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  2. LICENSING BILL.

    The debate on the second reading of the Licensing Bill, which has aroused intense interest throughout Great Britain, was concluded on Monday. When the Speaker ...

    Article : 299 words
  3. MAP OF INDO-AFGHAN FRONTIER.

    The above map shows the different places mentioned in the cablegrams about the trouble on the north-west frontier. The Mohmands first crossed the Kabul River at Dakka, which is the further most point of the Indian railway service. The fighting during the past few days has been in the neighbourhood of LandiKotal, but before then it was between Michni and Abazia, a post several miles north-east of Michni. ShabKadar is just at the point where the road leading from Michni ceases. The Mullah Sufi with his force, came down into the Bazar Valley, Where the Zakka Khels dwell. Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, is more than 150 miles from Peshawar, along the Kabul ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 285 words
  4. NOMENCLATURE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The present series of articles will to continued to the shape of an, alphabetical review of the Central State's nomenclature, in the hope that many ...

    Article : 2,182 words
  5. THE DEBTS PROBLEM.

    In the House of Representatives to-day the Federal Treasurer (Sir William [?] tabled his scheme, for settling the financial relations of the States and the ...

    Article : 2,141 words
  6. WELCOME RAIN.

    That was the designation which Mr. B, H. Bakewell (manager for the trustees of the late J. H. Angas) applied to the refreshing downpour experienced on Sunday ...

    Article : 567 words
  7. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' RAINFALL.

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  8. FRONTIER TROUBLE.

    Owing to the Strict censorship no further news was received on Sunday concerning the state of affairs on the north-west frontier of India. All the indications then ...

    Article : 388 words
  9. COUNTRY REPORTS.

    BRINKWORTH, May 5.—Nice rain fell yesterday, and 0.23 was registered. There were heavy Showers this morning. Farmers are far better pleased now as the rain will ...

    Article : 489 words
  10. HILL FIGHTING IN INDIA.

    Some of the best blood of the army has seen shed among the remote hills and valleys which lie around the north-west corner of our Indian outpost; some of those ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. WOMAN'S RUN FOR LIFE.

    Louis Stephen Despoges was before the Redfern Police Court to-day charged with having shot at Lavinia Maud Despoges at Alexandria on April 10 with intent ...

    Article : 207 words
  12. CHINA'S AWAKENING.

    Thomas Ling, the Chinese envoy who investigated, the grievances of the Chinese labourers at Samoa, when he left for China to-day carried with Him a petition from the ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. NEW ZEALAND FRUIT, RESTRICTIONS.

    A deputation representative of the fruit growers of New South Waka interviewed the Minister for Agriculture to-day with reference to the regulation in force in ...

    Article : 163 words
  14. DETERMINED LADY.

    There was trouble to-day regarding the management of the home at Parkville of the Victorian Neglected Children's Aid Society, known otherwise as ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. FISHERMEN FOR AUSTRALIA.

    According to a communication received by Mr. F. Farnell (Chairman of the Fisheries Board of New South Wales) no fewer than 5,000 experienced British ...

    Article : 196 words
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  18. RECEIVED BY BUSINESS HOUSES.

    D. & J. Fowler, Limited, received a telegram from Kadina at 9.10 stating:—"Last night, 0,35 of rain fell; still threatening." Elder, Smith. & Co., Limited, report ...

    Article : 154 words
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  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Nautical Court finds that the collision between the launch Matau and the defence steamer Lady Roberts, by which four persons were drowned, resulted ...

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  23. RAIN IN VICTORIA.

    Except in Gappsland and the eastern portion of Victoria fairly satisfactory rains [?] been recorded throughout the State. fore than half an inch has fallen in many ...

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  24. A LONG TUNNEL.

    The ceremony of firing the first shot at the Arthur's Pass Tunnel was performed by the Premier to-day. The tunnel will be five miles long, and will take ...

    Article : 55 words
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