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  4. STATE PARLIAMENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon carried the third readings of the Artesian Wells Act Amendiment Bitl and the Careless Use of Firearms Bill. ...

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  6. LATEST CABLE NEWS. [Reuter's Messages.] PROPOSED BOER COLONY.

    The South African Company offers General Botha 1,000,000 acres in Rhodosia for the purpose of founding a Beer colony on condition that the land ...

    Article : 45 words
  7. VCTORIA.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday the Small Holdings Bill was read a third time, and the Unclaimed Funds Bill passed through all stages. The ...

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  8. A MAGNIFICENT BEQUEST.

    The estate of the late Mr. Hurring, an English manufacturer and philanthropist, has heen sworn at £1,730,000. The Hospital Sunday Fund receives a ...

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  9. BELGIUM AND THE CONGO.

    The administration of the Congo Free State continues to be a subject for heated debate in the Hollian Chamber of Deputies. The Socialists declare that ...

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  10. TASMANIA.

    The Tasmanian State Parliament has been prorogued to March 5. ...

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  11. QUEENSLAND.

    The rejection of the Trades Disputes Bill by the Council has had a clarifying effect on the political atmosphere, and has removed the bone of contention that. ...

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  12. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION.

    The Workmen's Compensation Act Amendment Bill was further considered in the House of Commons last night. Mr. Herbort Gladstone, ...

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  13. NEW CANADIAN TARIFF.

    The new Canadian tariff contains 1209 items. Important changes are made in the iron and steel duties, generally in favor of the British producer, ...

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  14. THE BUILDING STRIKE.

    The building trades employees now on strike are considering the question of the appointment of a wages board. The employers are willing to give the ...

    Article : 81 words
  15. IMPERIAL FISDERATION.

    Earl Groy, Governor-Gonoral of Canada, speaking at Toronto yesterday, said that are long the Dominion farmers would look to the Orient as an batist ...

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  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    At a mooting lust night the Premier (Mr. Tom Price) said he intended to send the Franchise Reform Bill along to the Council early next week. He ...

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  17. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

    At the Criminal Court yesterday Joseph Higgins was arraigned on a charge of haying unlawfully killed James Riley, at Leonora oh Septeinber ...

    Article : 209 words
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