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  2. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Sir W. F. Hely-Hutchinson, G.C.M.G., the Governor of Cape Colony, in a speech delivered yesterday at Cape Town, appealed to the Bo[?]rs, and more particularly to the ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Acting Govern[?] General will arrive in Brisbane this evening with Lady Tennyson, to pay an unofficial visit to Sir Herbert and Lady ...

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  4. FIFTH TEST MATCH.

    When the latest message was dispatched on Monday, Hopkins, who had not scored, was partnered by Trumble, and the two started cautiously. Runs came slowly but ...

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  5. THE TARIFF DEBATE.

    The New South Wales members, having exhausted themselves and been hopelessly [?]catn on the fodder duties, raised to-day in the House of Representatives the question ...

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  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    An inquest concerning the death of James Henry, Timmins, of Surry Hills, who expired in the hospital, has been held. Evidence was given to the effect that at about ...

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  7. THE KING.

    His Majesty, the King is to review the Australian, New Zealand, and other military contingents from the colonies sent home in connection with the Coronation, ...

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  8. THE DRAYTON GRANGE.

    The Imperial Government have decided to appoint representatives to co-operate with the Commissions to be selected in Australia and New Zealand to enquire into the ...

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  9. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE

    The Conference of Premiers was brought to a close yesterday. Its proceedings will not be published, though the resolutionswill be issued shortly in the form of a ...

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  10. THE ROYAL COMMISSION.

    Sir William Lyne announced to-day that the Royal Commission to enquire into the charges of overcrowding on the Drayton Grange and other transports had been ...

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  11. KILLED BY A STONE.

    A three-year-old child, John Gleeson, was struck on the head by a stone at Paddington, and died in St. Vi[?]cent's Hospital. ...

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  12. A LUCKY ESCAPE.

    A lad, Andrew Simmonds, had a remarkable escape from death at Armidale. With a younger brother he was engaged in drawing water from a well. His loot slipped, ...

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  13. ALLEGED BABY-FARMING.

    A married woman. Annie McCarthy, was committed for trial at the Water-Police Court to-day on a charge of having received into her care a six-months' old child to ...

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  14. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    His Majesty King Edward gave special permission to Commandant Bramwell Booth, son of General Booth, the founder of the Salvation Anny, to wear the uniform ...

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  15. COLLAPSE OF A SCAFFOLD.

    A serious accident occurred at the corner of King and Phillip streets this afternoon, several persons being injured by the collapse of some scaffolding. The structure, ...

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  16. COMMISSIONER McKlE INTERVIEWED.

    With a view to hearing the opinion of the Australian division of the Salvation Army concerning the above graceful act of the King's, a representative called on ...

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  17. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The Legislative Assembly to-night [?] cided to forward a message to the King congratulating his Majesty, on his Coronation. Before doing so, however, Mr. Duffy, ...

    Article : 449 words
  18. THE STONES OF VENICE.

    The ancient campanile tower of the Church of San Stefano, Venice, has recently shown bigns of collapsing, and as it had gradually leaned over until it was 5 ft. ...

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  19. THE FATE OF ANDREE.

    The Californian mail steamer Ventura, which arrived to-day, brings intelligence with regard to the fate of Andree, the well-known acronant, who with two ...

    Article : 285 words
  20. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CONGRATULATIONS.

    His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor (Sir Samuel Way) on Tuesday morning received the following cable message through the Right Hon. the Secretary of State for ...

    Article : 118 words
  21. THE KEMBLA DISASTER.

    Another [?] has been added to the death roll of the Mount Kembla disaster, Richard Lane having died in the Wollongong Hospital last evening. For some days ...

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  22. TUESDAY'S PLAY.

    Heavy rain had fallen during the night, and when the Englishmen commenced their innings to-day the light was exceedingly dull and the wicket was soft. ...

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  23. A GERMAN BANK.

    The Deutsche Genossenschafts Bank, at Berlin, has lost £173,500, owing to the unsuccessful speculations of the chief members of the board of directors in industrial ...

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  24. THE KING'S DOMINIONS.

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  25. FROZEN TO DEATH.

    Two Parisian tourists, each accompanied by a guide, when making an ascent of Mont Blane, were overtaken by a snowstorm, which prevented them from returning to a ...

    Article : 71 words
  26. MR. HOWARD SPENSLEY.

    The death is announced, at the age of 65, of the Hon. Howard Spensley, an ex-Solicitor-General of Victoria, who has been living in London for some years. ...

    Article : 239 words
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  28. DANDENONG TRAGEDY.

    The tragic death of Edward Sangel, who was-found in a well at Dandenong on Saturday with his throat cut and his body otherwise brutal[?]y hacked about, was ...

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  29. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    Silver is quoted at 2/0 5-16d. per oz. ...

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  30. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Assembly to-day the Special Re trene[?]ment Bill was further considered. In committee Mr. Phhilp moved the following proposals in substitution of those ...

    Article : 75 words
  31. SHIPPING.

    Signal, barque, 980 tons, at Falmouth, from Bunbury March 26. Hiawatha, ship, 1,562 tons, at Queenstown, from Port Pirie March 28. ...

    Article : 123 words
  32. CHURCH AND STATE IN FRANCE.

    The mayors of four French towns have been suspended from office on charges of disregarding the instructions of the Government in regard to the closing of ...

    Article : 63 words
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  34. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Australian Commonwealth Contingent, which attended the Coronation ceremonies under the command of Senator Lieutenant-Colonel Cyril Cameron, C.B., will ...

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  35. THE HOSPITAL FUND.

    His Majesty the King on Monday was presented by the Executive Committee (Sir J. C. Dimsdal[?], Bart., M.P., Lord Mayor of London, Sir Edmund F. Du Cane. and Sir ...

    Article : 160 words
  36. TERRIBLE CYCLONE.

    A terrible cyclone has swept across the State ot New Jersey, in the United States of America, doing enormous damage. The town of Trenton suffered most, nearly ali ...

    Article : 67 words
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  42. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

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  44. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

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