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  2. INDIA.

    The Chief of the Madda Khels and other Muliks are now surrendering to General Sir William Lockhart, who is in charge of the ...

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  3. LORD ROSMEAD.

    The funeral of Lord Rosmead (Sir Hercules Robinson), whose death was announced on October 29, took place at Brompton ...

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  4. ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

    The Amalgamated Society of Engineers has definitely refused to make an unconditional withdrawal of its demands for a redaction in ...

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  5. INTERCOLONIAL.

    A young man, who has been passing as Earl Hardwicke, and recently as Viscount Royston, and who has been staving at the Hotel ...

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  6. GENERAL NEWS.

    THE WEATHER IN PERTH.—The sky on Nov 3 was clear, and the atmosphere pleasant. A southwest wind prevailed all day. ...

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  7. QUEENSLAND.

    The revenue returns are published, and show the amount received for October as £278,225, which is a decrease of £12,600 on the ...

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  8. ILLNESS OF A BISHOP.

    Dr. Cani, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Rockhampton, is seriously ill, and his condition is causing his friends considerable anxiety. ...

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  9. ADVANCE ON TIRAH.

    General Sir William Lockhart's force has now occupied Maidan, but the Afridis are still in possession of Tirah. ...

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  10. THE WELLS FUND.

    At a meeting of the Wells fund committee it was stated that £6 had been collected in London. The proprietors of The Morning Herald ...

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  11. SUICIDE OF A WOMAN.

    Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke committed suicide at Townsville last night. She cut her throat with her husband's razor. Her husband was ...

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  12. LORD ROSEBERY'S VIEW.

    Lord Rosebery, speaking at Manchester last night, said that all attempts at mediation in connection with the engineering dispute must ...

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  13. VICTORIA.

    Mr. Hake, the inspector of explosives, gave some very important evidence yesterday at the inquiry into the cause of the ...

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  14. MOTION OF CENSURE.

    In the Legislative Assembly, on the motion of censure moved by Mr. W. J. Lyne, he said that the action of the Government in ...

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  15. AMUSEMENTS.

    THEATRE ROYAL.—This house, which has been closed for two nights, will be re-opened to-night by the Maori evangelist Rawei and ...

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  16. COTTON SPINNERS.

    The master cotton spinners have now notified to their employes that the reduction in their rate of wages will be 5 per cent. The employers ...

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  17. VENEZUELAN PLOT.

    A revolutionary plot has been discovered in Venezuela. The party intended to prevent the meeting of Congress, but the ...

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  18. NO-BALLED.

    With reference to the decision of "Jim" Phillips, the umpire, in "no-balling" E. Jones, for having thrown the ball in the first match ...

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  19. RUSSIA IN COREA.

    It is reported that the Russian Minister at Seoul, in Corea, has compelled the Government to dismiss its British financial adviser ...

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  20. BOARD OF TRADE.

    Mr. C. T. Ritchie, President of the Board of Trade, has now submitted, separately, his amended reference and suggestions in regard ...

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  21. REVENUE RETURNS.

    The Customs revenue for the month of October amounted to £163,861, a decrease of £16,535 as compared with the corresponding period of last year. ...

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  22. CREDIT FONCIER BONDS.

    A further issue of credit foncier bonds, to the amount of£16,400, was offered yesterday. The public subscribed £2,500 at par, the ...

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  23. FRENCH NAVY.

    In order to increase the strength and efficiency of her navy, France is providing a naval grant from the sale of State properties. ...

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  24. "SWEATING" EVIL.

    The newly-elected council of the National Anti-Sweating League has appointed a committee to consider the question of "sweating" ...

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  25. NEWFOUNDLAND.

    The Newfoundland general election has resulted in the defeat of the Government. As previously reported, Sir William V. Whiteway ...

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  26. MINISTERIAL CAUCUS.

    The Premier intends to convene a meeting of Ministerial supporters on November 16, to discuss certain subjects, including the personnel of ...

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  27. DIAMOND ROBBERY.

    A big diamond robbery is reported to have taken place on the premises of the Diamond Merchants' Alliance in Piccadilly, London. The ...

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  28. SUDDEN DEATH.

    Percy Deacon, of Newtown assistant council clerk, died suddenly this morning. His mother went to call him, and while he was ...

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  29. THE ARMENIANS.

    The foreign consuls in Asiatic Turkey are making an urgent appeal on behalf of the starving Armenians. They estimate that ...

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  30. TASMANIA.

    The business of the country is still hung up on account of the Ministerial embroglio, and the time at disposal for the Great Western ...

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  31. FURTHER COMMENT.

    The London Times says that since Phillips has broken through the policy of stolid indifference it hopes that other umpires will ...

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  32. OCTOBER RETURNS.

    The mineral returns for the month of October were valued at £56,319, while the return for the corresponding period of last year ...

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  33. FREMANTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    A general meeting of the Fremantle Municipal Council was held last night, when there were present—Crs. W. T. John (in the chair). ...

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  34. COMMERCIAL.

    Wheat is quiet, being 1s. per quarter dearer than it was quoted at last week. The Australian butter which was ...

    Article : 148 words
  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Two earth tremors have been experienced at Kingston this week, causing furniture to rattle. The residents, however, are ...

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  36. SERIOUS FIRE.

    The depot at Clerkenwell of Messrs. Carter, Patterson, and Co., the well-known carriers in London and suburbs, was destroyed by ...

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  37. ACCIDENTAL DEATH.

    At an inquest on the body of Charles Smith, who was killed by a train at the Goodwood crossing on Saturday, a verdict of accidental ...

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  38. THE WHEAT CROPS.

    The boisterous weather of the last few days has adversely affected the wheat crops. ...

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  39. A GIRL ABSCONDS.

    A girl named Edith Page, 16 has absconded for the second time from the Edwardstown reformatory, by climbing over the wall. ...

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  40. PARCELS POST.

    It is announced that the parcels post convention between France and Australasia will shortly be signed. ...

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  41. MINING COMPANY.

    The Lake View King Gold Mine, Limited, Kalgoorlie, has been registered with a capital of £80,000 in £1 shares. The present issue is ...

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  42. PECULIAR FATALITY.

    Elizabeth Louisa Knight, young woman, died in a private hospital in peculiar circumstances. A month ago she had a tooth ...

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  43. CHARGE OF FALSE PRETENCES.

    During the greater part of Monday and a portion of on Tuesday Walter Kay Courthope occupied the time of the Perth Police Court ...

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  44. A MELBOURNE FIRM.

    Mr. J. M. Bruce has purchased the business of Messrs. Paterson, Laing, and Bruce (in which firm he was a partner), warehousemen, of ...

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  45. NEW STEAMER.

    The Melbourne Steamship Company's new steamer Perth has been launched at Sunderland. ...

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  46. NEW ZEALAND.

    Yesterday a young woman named Miss Kite was engaged in her household duties in a shed, when a violent gust of wind caused the roof to fall ...

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  47. PARLIAMENT.

    In the House of Assembly to-day the Commissioner for Public Works stated that £282,169 had been spent on the south-eastern drainage ...

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  48. SHIPPING.

    Arrivals.—Barque Glenmark, 1,257 tons, from Port Pirie; steamer Sommerfeld, 1,671 tons, from Sydney; steamer Gera, 6,166 tons ...

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  49. AFRICA.

    The proposed Transvaal industrial reforms are being keenly debated in the Volksraad. President Kruger bas spoken strongly ...

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  50. ACCOUNTANTS' INSTITUTE.

    The Accountants' Institute of New Zealand has communicated with kindred societies in Australia with a view to arranging a system of ...

    Article : 35 words
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