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  6. CABLEGRAMS.

    The Cunard Shipping Company has reduced its Eastward steerage rates to [?] ...

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  7. A RANSVAAL LOAN.

    The Transvaal is issuing a loan of £5,000,000, being the balance of £35,000,000 at 2 per cent, with a minimum of 97½. ...

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  8. WHAT THE LEADERS THINK.

    Mr Morgan, Been after the House rose, sold be tad no statement to make at present, but be would announce to the House on Tuesday what the ...

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  9. A SERVIAN POLITICIAN.

    M. Todoroyich, who has held portfolios in several Servian Ministries, has been sentenced at Belgrade to 18 months' imprisonment for embeizllne ...

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  10. WRECK OF THE AUSTRALIA.

    At an early hour this morning the responsible officers on the Australia, found that owing to the rising tide and a gale of wind, which shitting ...

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  11. THE WAR.

    Trade reports state that the war is seriously crippling the Russian export trade. Hundreds of thousands less tons have been carried on the railways ...

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  12. CAPE POLITICS.

    Sir Gordon Sprigg, late Premier, or the Colony, having alienated his former supporters, withdrew his candidsture for the Capetown election at ...

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  13. DIVISION LIST.

    For the Government, 36.—Messrs Alrey, Blair, Bell, Barter, Burrows, Bridges, Cooper, Cowap, Denham, Dibley, Dunsford, Fogarty, Grant, ...

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  14. QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    The Addree-in-Reply to the Governor's speech passed the Legislative Council and was presented to the Governor to-day. These present ...

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  15. SPORTING

    Resolve has arrived from south Our Townsville correspondent[?] graphs that Mariner broke down yesterday. ...

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  16. THE THIRETAN WAR.

    A detachment of Sihks, operating [?]ar Gyantse, suprised a body of [?]hibetans, killing 20 and capturing [?]everal. ...

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  17. FITZGERALD BROS. CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE.

    To-night at Card's Paddock, behind the Royal Arcade, the above popular cirrus opens for a short Mason, and should, as has been the custom on all ...

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  18. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    In the Legislative Assembly the Premier, in answer to Mr Kerr, raid the tender of the Aberdare Company was accepted for the supply of coal for ...

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  19. TELEGRAMS.

    The Premier's telegram referred to in the cable dealing with the Queensland dinner was a cordial greeting to the Queenslanders assembled in ...

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  20. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    The Republican National Convention opened at Chicago yesterday. The Hon. Elithu Boot, Secretary for War, acted temporarily as Chairman, and ...

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  21. THE SAMOAN AWARD.

    Earl Percy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Foreign Office, states that be is exchanging views with the Powers interested, Germany and the United ...

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  22. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. Poynton moved the adjournment of the House to ventilate a grivance regarding the sub-letting of the mall contracts in Victoria. He ...

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  23. MARTINI'S AUSTRALIAN ROUGH EIDERS.

    The accommodation at the Cremorne Gardens was severely taxed on Wednesday evening, Martini's opening night after an absence on tour of ...

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  24. THE FINLAND TROUBLE.

    The Czar attended General Bobrikoffs funeral at St. Petersburg. A letter found in Schauman's pocket reminded the Czar loyally and feelingly ...

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  25. TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB.

    The following nominations were reMired yesterday by Mr J. S. Love, secretary of the Townsville Turf Club, for the two trotting events to be run ...

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  26. THE CHARTREUSE AFFAIR.

    A very stormy scene occurred at a meeting of the Investigation Committee appointed by the Chamber of Deputies. This was to inquire into the ...

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  27. FOOTBALL.

    The British Rugby footballers met the Western districts team at Bathurst to-day end won by 21 to 6. The Maori Rugby team (Te Aute ...

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  28. BOXING.

    The Bryant-Russell contest, [?] takes places in the Theatre Roya[?] Saturday, the 2nd July, promises be a capital exhibition. The com[?] ...

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  29. "COURIER" AND "DAILY MAIL"

    An interesting pep-duel between the management of the "Courier" nod the "Daily Mail" respectively is now proceeding. ...

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  30. BRITISH EAST AFRICA.

    Sir C. N. E. Elliott, Commissioner and Consul-General for the British East Africa Protectorate, who recently resigned, has appealed to the Hon. J. A. ...

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  31. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir.—As i am credited with pul[?] up when Berry was left on his m[?] I want to make a small statem[?] with regard to the above. When[?] ...

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  32. FEDERAL ITEMS.

    The West Australioan members have come to the conclusion that instead of striving to exemp0t the mail steamers between West Australia and the ...

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  33. THE QUEENSLAND DINNER.

    The annual Queenlsand dinner was held last night at the Holborn Hotel. the Agent-General for Queensland (Sir Horace Tozer) presiding. About 150 ...

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