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    LONDON, January 2.—Four of the Radical Deputies who waited upon King Milan, of Servia, to urge that amendments should be made in the revised Constitution which has been framed under ...

    Article : 206 words
  3. Boulangism.

    LONDON, January 4.—in addressing the electora of Paris, General Boulanger protested his fidelity to the Republic He repudiated all designs to become, Dictator of France. ...

    Article : 133 words
  4. The Botany Tragedy.

    The last scene of all that ended the strange eyentful history of Louisa Collins (now known as the Botany murdoress) closed on Tuesday morning, January 8, at the Darlinghurst Gaol, Sydney. ...

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  5. The State of Russia.

    LONDON, January 3.—It has, been discovered that the accident which occurred to the Czar's train, on the Azoff railway, and in which the Czar narrowly escaped death, was a deliberate plot on ...

    Article : 74 words
  6. The Situation at Suakim.

    LONDON, January 3.—Osman Digna has received reinforcements from Tokar. He has now a thousand men in the vicinity of Handoub. The rebels have five field-pieces. It is reported ...

    Article : 148 words
  7. A Royal Betrothal.

    LONDON, January 4.—It is rumored that Princess Louise, eldest daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, is engaged to be married to the Earl of Fife. ...

    Article : 188 words
  8. Australian Governors.

    LONDON, January 2.—TRUTH states that the Earl of Kintore has secured his appointment as Governor of South Australia, consequent upon the abolition of his post as Captain of the Yeomen ...

    Article : 82 words
  9. The Russian Winter.

    LONDON, January 4.—Intense cold prevails in Russia. Two hundred persons have been frozen to death in one week. A train on the Tiflis rail way has been snowed up, and thirty of the ...

    Article : 40 words
  10. The European Situation.

    LONDON, January 3.—King Humbert, of Italy, in addressing his Ministers, expressed his ardent desire that the peace of Europe should be maintained. He believed that peace was assured ...

    Article : 134 words
  11. Scandal in High Life.

    LONDON, January 5.—It has transpired that he Majesty the Queen presented 25 guineas to Mist Valerie Wiedmann, the plaintiff in the action for breach of promise and libel brought against ...

    Article : 78 words
  12. ThE Irish Question.

    LONDON, January 2.—Mr. W. E. Gladstone, in an article on the Irish Nationalist party, published in the NINETEENTH CENTURY REVIEW, states that Daniel O'Connell was an Ethnagogue ...

    Article : 543 words
  13. The Late German Emperor.

    LONDON, January 6.—Professor Geffken, whe was arrested on a charge of having rovealed State secrets by publishing the diary of the late Emperor Frederick, has been relased. The ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. German Folitics.

    LONDON, January 3.—The Emperor William of Germany has [?] the order of the Black Eagle upon Herr Von Puttkamer, Vice-presient of the Prussian Council of Ministers and Minister ...

    Article : 60 words
  15. British Defences.

    LONDON, January 6.—An important deputation was introduced on Friday to the Marquis of Salisbury by Lord Armstrong, to urge the necessity of proceeding at once with ...

    Article : 323 words
  16. New Illuminating Gas.

    LONDON, January 3.—Water gas has been manufactured by the Leeds Forge Company, the use of which will result in a saving, of £10,000 a year in the works of the company. It is said ...

    Article : 306 words

    A London correspondent wrote on November 26: Mr. Patchett Martin has completed a work entitled "Australia and the Empire." It will be published by David Douglas, of Edinburgh, and ...

    Article : 120 words
  18. "The Parthenon."

    The first number of a new magazine for women and children, called "The Parthenon," has been issued. It contains the first instalment of a serial story, entitled "Paul's Child," by Princess Ida, a ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. Bishop Barry.

    LONDON, January 3.—A report is current that it is intended to divide the bishopric of Rochester, and that a portion of it will be formed into a bishopric of Southwark, to which Bishop Barry ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. "Under the Rose."

    A new polka mazurka, "Undor the Rose," by Mr. E. M. B. King, has been published by Paling and Co., limited; Sydney. It is a pleasing addition to the list of dance music, and will doubtless ...

    Article : 101 words
  21. Britain and Germany.

    LONDON, January 4.—Six Robert Morier, British Ambassador at St. Petersburg, has written to Count Herbert Bismarck an indignant letter, denying what he terms an infamous libel ...

    Article : 153 words
  22. Sugar-refining Frands.

    LONDON, January 6.—Much excitement has been occasioned in Liverpool and Birmingham, in consequence of doubts having been raised as to the bona fides of the Electric Sugar Company ...

    Article : 203 words
  23. East African Affairs.

    LONDON, January 3.—News has been received from Zanzibar to the effect that the Arabs made a determined attack on the Germans at Dares Salaam, and heavy fighting ensued. The ...

    Article : 140 words
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