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  2. THE KING IN IRELAND.

    Their Majesties the King and Queen had an active day in Dublin yesterday. The King inspected the Iveagh Trust Buildings and St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the Queen ...

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  3. THE FAR EAST.

    Advices from Newchwang, the port of Manchuria, state that Russia is making immense military preparations in Manchuria. Trains crowded with troops, and carrying ...

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  4. ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM.

    The committee of the Marylebone Cricket Club have issued an official statement, in which they declare that from the first they selected P. F. Warner as captain of the ...

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  5. THE BISLEY MEETING.

    The shooting for the second stage of the King's Prize, seven shots at 600 yards, resulted in three of the Australian team, namely, H. Motton (Q.), G. Bradley (Q.), ...

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  6. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    This should be an interesting week in both Houses of the Federal Parliament. Apart from the fact that Ministers may have an announcement to make respecting ...

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  7. PREFERENTIAL TRADE.

    Mr. Andrew Carnegie, in a letter to "The Times," suggests that if Great Britain returns to the policy of protection and levies preferential duties on imports, she should ...

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  8. MR. REID AT KORONG VALE.

    Yielding to a pressing request from the residents of Korongvale, the leader of the Opposition, Mr. G. H. Reid, addressed a meeting there when returning from ...

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  9. MR. KINGSTON'S RESIGNATION.

    "Nothing done; nobody communica[?] with, nobody approached; no change in the [?]osition since Saturday morning. A Cabinet will be held to-morrow morning. Sir ...

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  10. THE LATE POPE.

    The late Pope Leo XIII. has bequeathe[?] 50,000 lire (£2,000) to be devoted to the relief of the pool in Rome, and 30,000 fire (£1,200) for the poor in Perugia, of which ...

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  11. THE RAILWAYS.

    At 9:49 a.m. to-morrow the Railway Commissioners will leave Melbourne in an inspection train for Bendigo, which they will reach at 5.20 p.m. On the following day ...

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  12. ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

    The Paris journal "Le Temps," referring to the approaching attempts to settle the differences between France and Great Britain, warns French diplomatists of the ...

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  13. BULGARIA.

    Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has, with his family, left Sofia, and started for Coburg. Nominally the object of his departure is to visit his father, but there are ...

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  14. SERIOUS CASUALTIES.

    A boy named Horace Ross Hoskings, aged 7½ years, died at the Children's Hospital on Saturday from injuries caused by a fall from a loft on the previous day. ...

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  15. SOUTH AFRICA.

    An offer has been received in Johannesburg from Hong Kong to supply 200,000 Chinese labourers to work in the Transvaal mines. The terms are that they shall be ...

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  16. FATAL SHOOTING CASE.

    SOMERVILLE, Thursday.—A fatal shooting accident occurred here on Friday, Frank Ernest Corbel, second son of Mr. Phillip John Corbel, of Malvern, losing his ...

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  17. TRADE UNIONS IN AMERICA.

    The trade unions of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Texas, and New York have called on their members to withdraw from the militia in those states. The object of the ...

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  18. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    Earl Roberts, the commander-in-chief, has decided that at the autumn manœuvres next month the first army corps shall operate under the strictest active service conditions. ...

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  19. EXPLOSION OF BENZINE.

    KILMORE, Satuurday.—A man named John Baker, wbho has been employed with a number of other men in repairing the water supply tanks at the Killmore railway station ...

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  20. FOOD PRESERVATIVES.

    Professor A. W. Wiley, chief of the division of chemistry in the United States Department of Agriculture, as the result of his experiments, condemns the use of borax ...

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  21. CLAIMS TO PEERAGES.

    The Committee of Privileges of the House of Lords has had under consideration the revival of the baronies of Fauconberg and Darcy, which have been in abeyance since ...

    Article : 277 words
  22. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Bar silver is quoted at 25 5-1[?]d. per ounce standard, being a decline of 1-16d. since Wednesday. LONDON, July 25. ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The 5 per cent debentures, amounting lo £200,000, issued by the Auckland Electric Tramway Company Limited at par have been underwritten. ...

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  24. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    In the cricket match between the counties of Notts and Gloucestershire, which was begun yesterday at Nottingham, the local team went in first and made the large score ...

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  25. CRUSHED TO DEATH.

    HARRIETVILLE, Saturday.—A miner named John Murphy was cutting a log on the side of a steep hill yesterday evening, when a log rolled over, crushing him to ...

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  26. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

    The election of a member of the House of Commons for the Barnard Castle division of Durham in succession to Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease (Liberal), who died last ...

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  27. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's market quotations, based on actual sales of not less than 100 carcases of mutton or lamb or 23 quarters of beef of ...

    Article : 272 words
  28. A TRYING EXPERIENCE.

    COLAC, Saturday.—Mr. George Anderson, of Gellibrand River, who is 60 years of age, had a trying experience in the forest on Thursday night He was ...

    Article : 109 words
  29. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.

    Yesterday morning a man about 60 years of age was found in an unconscious condition at the Redfern railway staton. He was King between the tails, and had ...

    Article : 98 words
  30. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At 10 a.m.—Darling v. Carter. First Civil Court. (Before Mr. Justice A'Beckett.) At Half-past 10 a.m.—Buckland v. Ibb[?] ...

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  32. TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALES.

    Messrs. William C. Yuille and Co., at Victoria Horse Bazaar. racehorses; Messrs. Beauchamp Brothers. at Parkvile, household furniture, &c.; Messrs. Baylee and Co., at their rooms, out-of-time ...

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  33. A CHILD DROWNED.

    A sad case of drowning occuned at Grattan, in the Mudgee district, on Friday. A child named Mornson, aged 2½ years, accompanied her father, who went for water. ...

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