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  2. KING EDWARD.

    The following bulletin has been published:— "Buckingham Palace, June 27, 6 p.m. "The satisfactory condition of his ...

    Article : 327 words
  3. VICTORIA.

    A cycling acccident occurred in Wellingtou-parade last night, with very serious consequences. Miss Melntyre, a nurse at the Women's Hospital, had just alighted from ...

    Article : 114 words
  4. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Earl of Hopetoun's successor in the Governorship of the Australian Commonwealth has not yet been chosen. Lord Tennyson (Governor of South Australia) ...

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  5. CORONATION HONORS.

    Lieutenant Hedley Kirkpatrick, of the 6th Dragoon Guards, has been made a Companion of the Bath. It is understood that Mr. Rudyard ...

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  6. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    When the last message was received from Bradford on Friday the Australians, in the match against an eleven of England, had dismissed four of their opponents for 98 ...

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  7. THE YEAR'S FINANCIAL OPERATIONS.

    To-morrow being the last day of the financial year will be a busy one at the Treasury. Sir George Turner has pushed on all his arrangements for the squaring-up of the ...

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  8. FEELING IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    Mr. Bennet Burleigh, war correspondent for the "Daily Telegraph," states that the leaders of the various churches in South Africa, including the Dutch Reformed ...

    Article : 181 words
  9. A KANAKA DIFFICULTY.

    Mr. Philp (Premier of Queensland) complained a few days ago that the Pacific Islanders[?] who have to be returned to their islands after finishing their ...

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  10. FIRE IN CAPE TOWN.

    Cape Town has been visited by a disastrous fire, which enveloped the heart of the town, and destroyed many valuable buildings, including the South African Mutual ...

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  11. THE COLONIAL PREMIERS IN LONDON.

    The Imperial Conference will begin its sittings on Monday. There will be a short address from Mr. Chamberlaiu, but in regard to the subsequent proceedings a close ...

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  12. WORK IN THE SENATE.

    After a week's adjournment the Senate will to-morrow resume work on the tariff. Prior to that, however, an address of sympathy with the King in his illness will be ...

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  13. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A report from Condobolin states that the various meteorological storms which were forecasted to bring rain have passed away resultless, and stockowners have discovered ...

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  14. THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    The documents connected with the renewal of the Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria, and Italy in its original form were signed on Saturday at Berlin. ...

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  15. DEFENCE RETRENCHMENTS.

    A special Cabinet meeting will be held tomorrow morning to consider the defence retrenchment scheme submitted by Sir William Lyne to his colleagues. As ordered by ...

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  16. ILLICIT DISTILLATION.

    At Paree yesterday James Graham was fined £100 and Peter Healey £25 for being concerned in an illicit still at Cabbage Tree Island. ...

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  17. MOTOR-CAR RACE.

    It is reported that no fewer than 136 motor-cars started in a great race from Paris to Vienna yesterday. Many serious accidents occurred during the race, one ...

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  18. A MURDEROUS OUTRAGE.

    A serious disturbance occurred in a house occupied by a Chinese in Goulburnstreet yesterday afternoon, Spencer McKnight, 21 years of age, ...

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  19. MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN.

    The Governor on Saturday morning received the following telegram from her Majesty the Queen in reply to the message sent by his Excellency on June 25. The ...

    Article : 74 words
  20. THE PHILIPPINES.

    The American Government have prepared a proclamation to be addressed to the Filipinos on the 4th prox.; amnestying all political prisoners in the Philippines, including ...

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  21. NOTES ON THE TOUR

    While prolonged wet weather and the accompanying wet wickets have interfered with the trials of strength which we were hoping would take place between the ...

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  22. A WEALTHY EARL.

    The will of the late Earl Fitzwilliam has been proved, the estate being sworn at £3,000,000. The earl, who is succeeded by his grandson, now in his thirtieth year, ...

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  23. AUSTRALIAN SYMPATHY.

    The Governor-General received this morning the following cablegram from Mr. Chamberlain:— "This morning's bulletin states that the ...

    Article : 136 words
  24. GAMBLING IN RUSSIA.

    Intelligence of a huge gambling transaction has been received from St. Petersburg. It is stated that Count August Potocki, ...

    Article : 59 words
  25. SATURDAY'S PLAY.

    The weather was brilliant when the match was renewed at Bradford to-day, but there was only a meagre attendance. The wicket was in excellent condition. Kinneir ...

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  26. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Speaking at Fremantle on Friday night, Colonel Campbell (Acting Commandant of the West Australian forces) stated that he was to retire on June 30 from the position ...

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  27. CHINESE AFFAIRS.

    Advices received from a Belgian missionary in China state that 50,000 armed Boxers are now situated 150 miles southeast of Paoting-fu, a town in the province ...

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  28. AMERICAN STEEL TRUST.

    The United States Steel Corporation are raising the wages of 100,000 of their employes 10 per cent. The concession will cost the corporation four million dollars ...

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  29. THE PYRMONT-BRIDGE.

    A disgraceful scene took place yesterday at the official opening of the new Pyrmont-bridge. Some thousands of the general public congregated on the approach to ...

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  30. WHEAT HARVEST IN KANSAS.

    It is reported that the present wheat harvest in Kansas, the central State of the United States, somewhat smaller than Great Britain, is a record for the State. ...

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  31. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Boer prisoners at St. Helena, to the number of 478, have signed a declaration of allegiance to King Edward preparatory to taking their passage for South Africa. ...

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  32. THE QUEENSLAND OUTLAWS.

    Patrick and James Kenniff were brought up at the Police Court yesterday charged with the murder of Constable Doyle. Mr. McGrath, solicitor, appeared for the ...

    Article : 296 words
  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Hon. W. McCulloch, C.M.G., who is charged with a commission to reorganise the office of the Victorian Agent-General in London, has taken a building in Queen ...

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  34. THE KING AND HIS PEOPLE.

    It transpires that on regaining consciousness on Tuesday his Majesty's first words were characteristic. Thinking of the Empire's disappointment at the postponement ...

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  35. RACING IN ENGLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 57 words
  36. OBITUARY.

    The death, at the age of 70, is announced of the Right Hon. William Lidderdale, Governor of the Bank of England. The son of a merchant, Mr. Lidderdale ...

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  37. FRICE Of SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted at 24 5-16d. per oz. ...

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  38. THE PUBLIC SERVICE.

    It is unlikely that the Public Service Act will be proclaimed for three months yet, but the appointment of four inspectors out of the six provided for ...

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  39. BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS.

    The returns of the Bank of England for the week ending on Wednesday, published to-day, show that the reserve of notes and coin held by the bank is £25,192,000, as ...

    Article : 262 words
  40. WEST AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    Mr. Kingsmill, who was sent for by the Governor on the death of Mr. Leake, to form a Ministry, has been unable to accomplish the task. He states that he sent ...

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  41. VENEZUELA.

    The French warship Suchet (which figured prominently in connection with the Martinique disaster) is returning from Car[?]pano, on the north coast of Venezuela. The ...

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  42. SYDNEY PASTORALISTS.

    The annual general meeting of the New South Wales Sheep-breeders' Association was held on Saturday evening. Mr. F. B. Sutter, M.L.C., Vice-President of the ...

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  43. NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS.

    The postal regulations will come into force on July 1, under which the public will be able to utilise the new value payable post and express messenger service. ...

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  44. PECULIAR CUSTOMS CASE.

    The adjourned Customs case, Christie v. Good, which came before the Police Court at Tallangatta, has been concluded. Mr. Wollaston, of Melbourne, appeared for ...

    Article : 255 words
  45. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 149 words
  46. THE COMMONWEALTH THANKED.

    Queen Alexandra has requested Sir Edmund Barton to convoy to the Australian Commonwealth an expression of her warm thanks for the loyal sympathy which its ...

    Article : 263 words
  47. LORD KITCHENER.

    Arrangements are being made in London to accord Lord Kitchener a great public welcome on his arrival in the city. It is probable that a procession will ...

    Article : 61 words
  48. THE MARINE COLLISION.

    With regard to the recent collision of a German torpedo boat with the British steamer Firsby, by which the former was lost, a telegram from Berlin announces the ...

    Article : 61 words
  49. Advertising

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