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  2. FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION.

    Australian pastoralists are once more to be congratulated, for it has again been demonstrated beyond doubt that no other country in the world can grow wool like ...

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  3. GALLERY NOTES.

    For a change, and with the idea of getting through the work of the session this week, the Council met an hour earlier than usual yesterday afternoon. ...

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  4. REFORMS IN CHINA.

    A serious run has taken place on the Peking banks; but otherwise all is quiet in China. The Regent, Prince Chun, has ...

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  5. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    The announcement of Mr. Reid's retirement from the leadership of the Opposition, althougn coming as a great surprise to the public, was quite ...

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  6. POLITICS IN GERMANY.

    The Kaiser to-day granted Prince Bulow an audience of an hour and three-quarters duration at Potsdam. Keen anxiety is felt lest the Kaiser's ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    The welcome to Mrs. Henry Dobson (president of the Tasmanian National Council of Women), given by Mrs. J. G. Davies, yesterday at Roseville, was an ...

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  8. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    A charge of a serious nature against the Rev. Father Curran was mentioned in the Central Summons Court to-day. Inspector Roche proceeded against John ...

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  9. A RESOURCEFUL MOTHER.

    "Yenenala, the mother of the young Emperor, acting with great presence of mind convened a meeting of the Grand Council, in her apartments, as ...

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  10. COMMONWEALTH SITE IN LONDON.

    "It is absurd to talk of delay in connection with negotiations for the purchase of a site for the Commonwealth offices in Trafalgar-square," said the ...

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  11. KING EDWARD'S SYMPATHY.

    His Majesty King Edward has cabled a message to Prince Chun expressing sympathy with China, consequent upon the decease of the Emperor and the ...

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  12. RELIFE AT PEKING.

    Unmistakable relief is expressed at Peking over the simultaneous disappearance of the Dowager Empress and the Emperor. ...

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  13. SUSPICIONS OF FOUL PLAY REMOVED.

    The Wai Wu Pu (Board of Foreign Affairs), in order to removo suspicions of foul play, has freely explained the circumstances of the Emperor's and ...

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  14. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

    When the Legislative Assembly met to-day, after a three weeks adjournment, the new Ministers re-elected on the previous day—Mr. Hunt (Minister ...

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  15. ADULT SUFFRAGE DEBATE

    Ladies filled the galleries of the Legislative Council to-night to hear the debate on the Adult Suffrage Bill. Realising that there was little n[?]w ...

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  16. THE OLYMPIC CONTESTS.

    Owing to persistent misrepresentation in America respecting the fairness of the judges in the recent Olympic contests, the British Amateur ...

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  17. THE KAISER'S INTERVIEW.

    The suppression of the interview with the Kaiser by W. B. Hales, which[?] was to have appeared in the American "Century Magazine" was by all ...

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  18. CHARGE AGAINST DINIZULU.

    During the course of his trial at Greytown, in Natal, yesterday, on a charge of tr[?]ason. the Zulu Chief Njombolwana stated that certain ...

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  19. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    The 11 o'clock meeting yesterday was. not a brilliant success. Almost the whole of the two hours before lunch was taken up in the discussion of four clauses of ...

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  20. A MURDEROUS LITIGANT.

    A Berlia merchant named Grosse. on being non-suited in a case heard yesterday by the High Court at Leipzig, drew a revolver and fired ten shots. ...

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  21. NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS.

    Complete election returns show the state of parties to be:—Government, 36[?] Opposition, 15; Independent 3. Second ballots have to be taken in 22 ...

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  22. SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY.

    A large deputation to the Premier (Mr. Wade) to-day urged the amending of the Early Closing Act, in the direction of providing for a universal ...

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  23. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    The opposition to the suggested compromise on the Education Bill that is being evinced by the militant high Church party is causing apprehension ...

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  24. PENNY-A-WORD CABLES.

    Mr. Henniker Heaton. M.P., in a letter to "The Times," retorts that Lord Balfour of Burleigh. Chairman of the Inter-Departmental Committee. which ...

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  25. LADIES ATTACKED BY HIGHWAYMEN.

    A sensation was created at Howth, on Dublin Bay, yesterday, by reason of an attack made upon two ladies. Mrs. Lloyd, the wife of an official ...

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  26. LOCAL OPTION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The local option poll for Auckland resulted in no license being defeated by 800 votes only; a reduction in licenses was carried. ...

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  27. FRENCH COLONISTS.

    A popular demonstration occurred yesterday in favour of free schools at Saint Pierre and Miquelon. French islands off the coast of Newfoundland. ...

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  28. WOOD LOADING TROUBLE.

    As anticipated, there was no-further trouble at the head of the Currawang wood line this morning. Loading" is proceeding without interruption. ...

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  29. AN OPEN VERDICT.

    The jury returned an open verdict in the Howth tragedy inquest, owing to Mr. Lloyd, the husband of Mrs. Lloyd, stating that he believed his wife fell ...

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  30. A MELBOURNE DIVORCE CASE.

    In the Divorce Court to-day, before Mr. Justice a Beckett. Daisy Pacini, 23 years of age Upper Macedon, sought, on the ground of desertion, the ...

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  31. COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.

    The anual meeting of shareholders of the Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. was held. to-day. Although the year was a severe one for insurance ...

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  32. STEAMER BUCEROS STILL AGROUND.

    The steamer Buceros whic grounded while coming to Kingston anchorage on Monday morning, is still stuck fast. The stamer Kintore reieved here of ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLES.

    The following were closing rates to-day for Australasian stocks and shares: —Banks—Australasia, £104 to £105; New South Wales, £44 15s. to £45 5s.; ...

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  34. THE "GRAFT"SCANDALS.

    Francis Heney, the prosecuting attorney in the San Francisco "graft" scandals, who was shot last week by a man named Haas, and who was ...

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  35. HARMONISING ELECTORAL SYSTEMS.

    For some time past the Commonwealth has been endeavouring to give effect to the policy of harmonising the electoral systems of the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 148 words
  36. WAGES BOARDS.

    The Legislative Coundl has confirmed the decision arrived at three weeks ago, declining to sanction the-tstabliahment of sixteen new wages boards, ...

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  37. HOME RULE CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. J. Redmond, M.P., has inaugurated a new Home Rule campaign in the British constituencies. ...

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  38. UNREST IN INDIA.

    Two students have been arrested at Dacca, in Bengal, on a charge of killing a fellow student. The crime was prompted, it is ...

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  39. A NEW HEBRIDES TRAGEDY.

    News from Norfolk Island states that the Malaria, which arrived from the islands, reports the murder of a French trader named Louis Punet at Ambryn, ...

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  40. A CHARGE OF MURDER.

    Arthur Ross vras again before the court at Gayndah to—day, on a charge of murdering Muir, a bank clerk. Constable Green deposed to finding ...

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  41. THE "BRITISH AUSTRALASIAN."

    The profit of the "British Australasian" (newspaper) Company Limited for the year was £1,418. and this amount has been carried forward. ...

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  42. WHEAT.

    A shipment of Australian wheat has realised 38s. 7½d. per quarter. ...

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