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  2. INTERNATIONAL CABLES.

    It was announced last Monday that Count Badini, the Austrian Premier, had tendered his resignation to the Emperor Francis Joseph, by whom it was accepted. ...

    Article : 112 words
  3. PARLIAMENT.

    Sir Henry Cuthbert said he had given instructions to the Government printer to supply all Parliamentary papers to members, and he had asked the Premier to inquire into the ...

    Article : 763 words
  4. ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

    About nine years have elapsed since the "Australian Nightingale," Miss Amy Sherwin —who was then entering on what competent judges confidently predicted would be a ...

    Article : 1,237 words
  5. THE ADVANCE UP THE NILE.

    It is reported from Cairo that two influential Sheiks, with 250 natives soldiers, have deserted their own forces and joined General Sir H. H. Kitchener's army, at ...

    Article : 100 words
  6. INDIAN TRIBAL TROUBLES.

    The British troops operating in India the native tribes in rebellion have succeeded in capturing Lozaka, a mountain pass on the frontier. ...

    Article : 56 words
  7. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON.

    H.M.S. Porpoise, a twin screw cruiser of the third class, 1,770 tons, at present on the China station, will shortly relieve H.M.S. Pylades, 1,420 tons, which is in ...

    Article : 37 words
  8. THE GERMAN NAVY.

    The Emperor William of Germany, when opening the Reichstag yesterday, said that he considered the German navy of, insufficient strength to protect the home ports of ...

    Article : 88 words
  9. FAMINE AT KLONDYKE.

    Report received in New York from the Klondyke goldfield state that the famine which exists at Dawson City is certain to cause an epide[?]ic of crime. Persons ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. EXPERIMENT IN BOATBUILDING.

    An interesting experiment has just been made with a boat built to glide upon. the surface of the water, and although it has not any direct practical value so far as present ...

    Article : 358 words
  11. LORD BRASSEY AND THE IMPERIAL NAVY.

    The N[?] Century for December contains an article from the pen of Lord Brassey, Governor of Victoria, on the best means of securing an efficient supply of men ...

    Article : 161 words
  12. MELBOURNE.

    ENERVATING. — A regular "brickfielder" passed over the city to-day, and sent the mercury up to 102 in the shade, which was the highest recorded this season. Late in the ...

    Article : 625 words
  13. LONDON WOOL MARKET.

    At the Australian wool sales in London to-day business, was fair, and a ratherkeener spirit of competition was noticeable. ...

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  14. GENERAL NEWS.

    Mr. Robert Grayson has been admitted as a partner into the well-known shipping firm of Huddart, Parker and. Co. Mr. Grayson will carry on in England the work ...

    Article : 45 words
  15. NURESE WHO COOK.

    Mr. E. Stanmore Bishop, in The Hospital, writes:—A nurse who can cook is worth twice as much as one who cannot. There is no blinking this fact, and it is sheer folly to ...

    Article : 380 words
  16. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The principal provisions of the new Banking Bill, winch was brought down in the House today, are that a board consisting of nine members be constituted to control the affairs, of the ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. THE MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE.

    Yesterday the five branches of the Minister-, ing Children's League of Bendigo, Eaglehawk and Golden-squar held a grand fete in the Show Grounds in aid of the fund devoted to ...

    Article : 342 words
  18. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    The English cricketers continued their match against an 18 of Toowoomba to-day. The weather is fine, though only a few spectators have attended to witness the match. Thomas ...

    Article : 128 words
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  21. SNEEZING

    [?] often the premonitory warning that you. have taken a chill, and when it occurs it is wise to immediately take Wolfe's Schnapps. THE STUPEFYING EFFECT OF COLD.—One ...

    Article : 285 words
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  23. THE PURIFYING ACTION

    [?] Wolfe's Schnapps is effectuated by the [?] activity of the kidneys, which it [?] in its transit through them. noon and assisted materially with the general ...

    Article : 677 words
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