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  2. LATEST WAR CABLES.

    Rear-Admiral Foelkersahn denies the reports of disorders on the part of the Russian. sailors of his squadion while at Canea, Crete.The destroyers of his ...

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  3. LATE GENERAL CABLES.

    The P. and O'Co.has declared a dividend on the deferred shares of 6½ per cent., with a bonus of 8 percent. Mr, Henry Uruba Lefroy, late Agent ...

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  4. LAST NIGHT'S CABLES.

    General'Kuropatkin reports that in an artillery duel he repulsed the Japanese in an attempt to outflank n. portion of his left wing on 25th, inst. General Rennekampf ...

    Article : 371 words
  5. SPECIAL MESSAGES.

    The railway, authorities expect an increase of £150,000 on the gross traffic for the half. year ending next month.. The tramway, receipts are stationary. ...

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  6. THE BALTIC OUTRAGE.

    The destroyers of the Balticafleet are being coaled from- transports in port Said Harhour. saven destroyers the Russian fleet ...

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  7. DISTRICT NEWS.

    The results of the late bazaar at,Tucabia are a total of about £600. We understand trustces intend to expend, this money in lining the Union Church, fencing the ...

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  8. SYDNEY HARBOUR RATES.

    The Premier has had under consideration the action of, the Legislative Council in striking out the clause in the'Sydney Harbor'Rates relating, to' 'transhipment, ...

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  9. ST. ANDREW'S. CHURCH GUILD.

    The quarterly social of St". Andrew's Presbyterian Church Guild was held in the (Hall last evening, when there was a large attendance. Those ladies and gentleman ...

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  10. ALLEGED-POISONING CASE AT MACLEAN.

    MACLEAN; Monday. Night.-A sensation was created in town, to-day upon the; arrest of a woman named Jane.Davis, on a charge of- administering poison.."Accused ...

    Article : 189 words
  11. CLOSER SETTLEMENT BILL.

    Mr. Ashton, In moving the second reading of the Closer Settlement Bill, said there was not much' need to emphasise the public' demand that existed for legislation ...

    Article : 576 words
  12. FINAL ACT IN DROUGHT RELIEF.

    After discharging'all Habilities in connection with direct relief to sufferers from the recent prolonged drought, the committee. of the N.S. Wales Drought Relief Lord ...

    Article : 159 words
  13. POLITICAL.

    Down to 8th November the present House of Representatives had held 100 sittings, Nine members wore present at all; thirty were present at between 90 and 100; four ...

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  14. CLOSER SETTLEMENT AND PROHIBITION.

    In the Closer Settlement Bill, just passed by the Victorian Parliament, perhaps the most 'remarkable clause (says the Melbourne: "Argus") put In by the Assembly ...

    Article : 539 words
  15. FAREWELLING AT MACLEAN.

    The committe and subscribers of the School of Arts on Friday tendered Mr.,A. E. Leece a farewell on the eve of his departure.for Casino. ...

    Article : 428 words
  16. THE TWEED SHOW.

    The second day of the Tweed Show passed off successfully, Special trains and steamers brought large numbers of visitors from down river and railway centres.The ...

    Article : 437 words
  17. THE. SUGAR BOUNTY.

    A few days ago a.case was reported from New South Willes 'in which a planter claimed' a bounty." The facts were stated to be that the father of the applicant was' ...

    Article : 137 words
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    The Inquiry into the working of the State Clothing Factory Was continued by the Public Service Board on Thursday. A long argument took place with, respect to ...

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    Some excellent tracking has been done in connection with the horse stealing case recently heard at the Forbes Police. Court, In which two brothers were, charged with ...

    Article : 137 words
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    George A. Carter, a Melbourne cigar manufacturer. In giving evidonece before the select.Committee appointed by the Senate to [?] into the tobacco' trade monop ...

    Article : 132 words
  21. THE AGRICULTURAL STATE BANK.

    In. the Brisbane A'ssembly, the Agricultural' Bank Bill, Was considered in'Committee. Clause 8 was. amended to provide that no advanced'bo made to colored allens. Clause ...

    Article : 113 words
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    It is understood that the Queensland, Government will propose to reduce the salary of the Governor and his private secretory from £5400 to loss than £3500. ...

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    Mr. William Hart, one of Sydney's oldest and'most respected.builders, who died' recently, 'was a resident of Surry Hills for '50'years, but latterly settled,at ...

    Article : 47 words
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