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  2. MACEDONIAN REVOLT.

    Taking advantage of the presence of many distinguished Russian visitors al the celebrations in honor of the dedication of a church in the Shipka Pass, in memory, of ...

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  3. THE MURRAY WATERS.

    Sir John See laid on the table of the Assembly to-night the Murray waters correspondence, including the following letter, which he dispatched to Mr. Irvine to-day:— ...

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  4. THE DRAYTON GRANGE.

    The report of the Royal Commission appointed to enquire into and report upon the arrangements made for the transport of troops returning from service in South ...

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  5. THE BOER GENERALS.

    The "North German Gazette" announces that on the 18th ult. the Kaiser caused it to be notified to the Boer generals that he was prepared to receive them in audience, ...

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  6. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    The Postmaster-General has agreed to several new and amended postal regulations, which will come into force about the end of the present month. One regulation ...

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  7. VICTORIA.

    J. M. O'Connor was proceeding in his dray from Foster to Fish Creek, when he lost his balance and fell out on to the road. This startled the horse, which kicked him ...

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  8. LABOR TROUBLES.

    The colliery strike in France, arising out of the demand for, and refusal of, a 10per cent, increase in wages, has now become general. ...

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  9. NEARING THE END.

    In the Senate to—day Sir William Lyne was assailed for his extravagance, his indifference to protests in favor of economy, his determination to build up his ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN HARDWOOD.

    Mr. H. Copeland, Agent-General for New South Wales, has urged upon the Westminster City Council the advisability of arranging a test of New South Wales ...

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  11. THE MILITARY RETRENCHMENTS.

    An important minute from Major-General Hutton to the Acting Minister of Defence, dealing with the question of the proposed retrenchment in the military expenditure, ...

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  12. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

    The National Union, representing the Women's Suffrage-Societies of Great Britain, have sent a message of congratulation to the New South Wales Womanhood ...

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  13. TWO MIXERS BURLED ALIVE.

    Two miners, Samuel and Fredrick Webster father and son, had a sensational experience at Wattle Gully, Chewton, at noon to-day. They were engaged in an alluvial ...

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  14. TUE AMERICAN STRIKE.

    Mr. John Mitchell (president of the Miners' Union) has declined, on the ground of its indefiniteness, President Roosevelt's offer to secure the appointment of a ...

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  15. MR. JOHN KENSIT.

    Mr. John Kensit, the anti-ritualist, who was secretary of the Protestant Truth Society, died yesterday in the Liverpool Infirmary, as the result of an attack of double, ...

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  16. ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES.

    At the City Court this morning Donald McLean was charged on remand with obtaining £1,750 from the New South Wales Government by false pretences. ...

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  17. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

    President Roosevelt, though not yet fully recovered, was able yesterday to review a large body of troops from his carriage, where die lay in a recumbent posture. ...

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  18. A SERIOUS CHARGE.

    Arthur Wartman, a good-looking young teacher of the violin, who was arrested yesterday on a charge of criminally assaulting a girl l8 years of age, was brought up at ...

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  19. THE TAFF VALE DECISION.

    The Amalgamated Railway Servants' Conference, which is now sitting at Swansea, yesterday resolved to withdraw its appeal against the decision given by the ...

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  20. SALE OF CITY PROPERTY.

    The buildings of the old City of Melbourne Bank, at the corner of Collins and Elizabeth streets, with a depth of 80 feet along Elizabeth street, and a frontage of 50 ...

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  21. LORD ELGIN'S COMMISSION

    Bir Frederick Darley, Lieutenant Governor and Chief Justice of New South Wales, has been offered a seat on Lord Elgin's'Commission, which is investigating the ...

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  22. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Frederick Duggan, alias Flood, but generally known as "The Hawk," was charged at the Central Police Court to-day with assaulting Quong Tart, ...

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  23. FEDERAL AND STATE MINISTERS AT VARIANCE.

    Some friction has arisen between Sir William Lyne and the State Government, owing to the former making a request that two charwomen employed at Government House ...

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  24. THE PRICE OF COPPER.

    Copper is quoted at £52 2/6 on spot, and £52 6/3 at three months. ...

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  25. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    Silver is quoted at 1/11 7-16 per oz. ...

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  26. SHEARING PROSECUTIONS.

    At Coonabarabran Police Court John Edward McManus, a Shearers' Union organiser, was charged with entering enclosed lands at Goorianawa during the strike. ...

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  27. DEHORNING CATTLE.

    Considerable interest is being taken in the prosecution of C. Widdis, a farmer, of Heyfield, for cruelty in dehorning a number of cattle. At the trial to-day it was ...

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  28. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Legislative Council in Cape Colony yesterday received the report of the Select Committee appointed to enquire into the cases of Mr.. Pretorius and the Hon. H. ...

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  29. THE CENTRAL MINE.

    Matters in connection with the collapse of the Central mine have undergone no material change since last evening. During the night no further movement in the ...

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  30. ACTION BY VICTORIAN SETTLERS.

    A public meeting was held at Kerang to-day to consider the best method of obtaining a supply of water from the Murray through the national works to trusts and bodies ...

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  31. THE TYSON ESTATE.

    Judgment was delivered to-day by the Master in Equity on a claim by Margaret Willis for a ninth share, representing £200,000. in the Tyson estate. For some ...

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  32. THE DIVORCE LAWS.

    At the Church of England Assembly of the Ballarat diocese to-day, it was resolved that the Divorce Bill before the Federal Parliament be amended to the extent of ...

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  33. BALLARAT LITERARY COMPETITION.

    The following awards were made at the Ballarat South-street competition:—Ladies' prepared reading. Miss Barker (Ballarat), Miss Ethel Goddard (Melbourne), Miss ...

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  34. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Justice Hood, of the Victorian Supreme Court, who has been enjoying a holiday in London, leaves for Melbourne by the P. & O. mail steamer Australia. ...

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  35. QUEENSLAND.

    The recruiter, Lady Norman, arrived at Bundaberg, after an absence of three months, with 115 islanders. ...

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  36. TASMANIA.

    The Assembly will to-morow adjourn for a week, awaiting the Council's action with regard to the Government taxation proposals. Present appearances indicate that ...

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  37. AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

    A violent scene was witnessed in the Hungarian Diet yesterday. Herr Barabas. a member of the Kossuth Party, after declaring that Austria was trying to despoi[?] ...

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  38. A FATAL QUARREL.

    An alteration took place at the Oakwood Sugar Plantation, Bundaberg, last night, which ended in a light between two men, John Copping and Shaw. Soon after the ...

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  39. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    In the Leaislative Assembly on Wednesday a motion by Mr. Hastle (leader of the the Labor Party) for the abolition of interState food duties was negatived by 25 votes ...

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  40. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Hollis asked whether it was a fact that the wheel of the sleeping car of the Sydney express which broke yesterday was made ...

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  41. THE CURFEW SYSTEM.

    The Mayor of Brisbane informed a deputation from the Women's Christain Temperance Union to-day that he did not think the Curfew system would be tolerated ...

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  42. AN INFANT BURNT TO DEATH.

    The police have received news from Blackall to the effect that a two-roomed house and its contents, the property of Mrs. Collins, was destroyed by fire to-clay, and an ...

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  44. MANCHURIA.

    A portion of Manchuria, south of the Liau River, has been restored to the Chinese Government. ...

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  45. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly this evening the Premier moved the second reading of the Constitution Act Amendment Bill and the Redistribution of Seats Bill, speaking for two ...

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  46. THE CANADIAN PANIC.

    The financial panic, which occurred in the Montreal and other Canadian markets, is now at an end, and confidence restored. The trouble was due partly to the need of ...

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  48. SMALL CHILDREN.

    As a rule small children dislike to take cough medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is so pleasant that there does not need to be any forcing. ...

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  49. A STEAMER AGROUND.

    A report has been received from Port Hedland that the steamer Mindy was ashore at Turtle Island, on the north-west coast. The local agents are inclined to ...

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