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  2. THE DRAYTON GRANGE.

    The Royal Commission enquiring into the overcrowding of the troopship Drayton Grange, took further evidence to-day. Captain R. A. Dove, staff officer on board ...

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  3. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The "Times" commenting on the political situation in the Commonwealth, advises Sir Edmund Barton on his return to Australia to take a larger view of the ...

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  4. PERSONAL.

    Lidy Tennyson returned to Adelaide by the express on Friday. She travelled in the viceregal car from Melbourne and was accompanied by Lord Richard Nevill. She ...

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  5. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    In the match between the Australians and Kent at Canterbury Trumble and Hopkins were together at the luncheon adjournment to-day. The Victorian, ...

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  6. THE KING.

    King Edward, Queen Alexandra, and Princess Victoria, after a farewell visit to Queen Victoria's apartments in Osborne House yesterday, started on a cruise in ...

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  7. THE SOUDAN.

    The movements of the military forces in the Soudan indicate that another expedition is in course of preparation against the dervishes. ...

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  8. FINANCIAL NEWS.

    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 £25,843,000, as ...

    Article : 290 words
  9. SOUTH-EASTERN TRADE.

    At the instance of Mr. J. Livingston (the senior member for Victoria and Albert) a Parliamentary party, consisting of the Attorney-General, the Commissioner of Public ...

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  10. SOUTH AFRICA.

    A message from Cape Town states that half the Progressives, as the anti-Afrikanders are called, have announced themselves as opposed to Sir J. Gordon-Springg, who ...

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  11. THE SHAH IN ENGLAND.

    The Shah of Persia, who is visiting England, is manifesting intense interest in everything he sees and hears. A representative of the King is almost constantly in ...

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  12. THE AUSTRALIAN TROOPS

    Senator Lieutenant-Colonel Cameron. C.B., who is in command of the Australian Commonwealth Coronation Contingent, has written a letter to the press couveying ...

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  13. CHURCH AND STATE IN FRANCE.

    The Church Party in Britanny, in retaliation for the harsh manner in which the provisions of the French Associations Law have been enforced against the convents ...

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  14. THE CAMPANILE OF VENICE.

    At the suggestion of Sir Edward Poynter, Bart.. President of the Royal Academy, the members of that body are enthusiastically subscribing towards a fund which is ...

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  15. FIRE IN PICCADILLY.

    A serions fire broke out just before daybreak this morning in a large hotel at Piccadilly and the flame spread so rapidly that the staircases were destroyed. ...

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  16. MADAGASCAR.

    The French authorities are converting Diego Suarez Bav. in Madagascar, into a first-class naval and military stronghold. The bay, from its narrow entrance (half a mile ...

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  17. SECOND AUSTRALIAN INNINGS.

    The match against Kent was resumed today at Canterbury in brilliant weather. The wicket had dried and was faster than on the opening day. The attendance, was ...

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  18. GOVERNMENT STOCKS.

    British 2¾ per cent. Consols (Goschen's) are quoted at £95, as against £95 5/ a week ago. Quotations for colonial Government stocks compare with those of ...

    Article : 145 words
  19. AUSTRALASIAN WOOL.

    Speaking at Leeds yesterday Mr. Seddon, Premier of New Zealand, complained of the heavy charges made for warehousing Australasian wool in London. He ...

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  20. MOUNT KEMBLA DISASTER

    The enquiry into the Mount Kembla disaster was resumed to-day, when John Morrison was further examined. Witness stated that he had never reported the ...

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  21. SWIMMING.

    Ernest Cavill, the New South Wales swimmer, yesterday won the Quarter-mile Saltwater Championship at South Shields from Read, another Sydney swimmer, who ...

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  22. MR. RHODES' DREAM.

    Mr. G. R. Parkin, the well-known Canadian advocate of Imperial Federation, is trying to interest Mr. Pierpont Morgan, organiser of the Atlantic ...

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  23. COUNTY CHAMPIONS.

    The Yorkshire cricketers have again secured the county championship. There is nothing surprising in the news that Yorkshire has won the county ...

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  24. RATE OP DISCOUNT.

    The market rate of discount for three months bills is 2¾ per cent. ...

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  25. RAIN IN ENGLAND.

    The heavy rains which have fallen almost continuously for the last week are seriously damaging the standing crops in all parts of Great Britain. ...

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  26. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Copper. —Copper on spot is quoted at £52, and at three months £52 7/6 per ton. Tin.—Tin on spot is quoted at £127 5/ per ton, at three months £123 15/. ...

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  27. SHIPPING

    Fifeshire, steamer, 5,672 tons, at London, from Wellington July 1. Amazone, barque, 1,404 tons, at London, from Lyttelton May 2. ...

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  28. THE ELECTORAL BILL.

    The Senate attempted to-day to get through the amendments of the House of Representatives in the Electoral Bill. Most of the time during the sitting, however, ...

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  29. A MELBOURNE SCANDAL.

    The resignation of Dr. Beattie Smith, medical superintendent of the Kew Asylum, and Acting Inspector-General of Lunatic Asylums, has been accepted by the ...

    Article : 310 words
  30. A GIANT SHIP.

    The White Star line (of which Messrs. Ismay., Imrie, & Co, are the managers) has been strengthened by the launching at Belfast of the steamer Cedric, which is the ...

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  31. HEADFORD WOOL MARKET.

    The Bradford wool market is quiet. Bradford tops, common 60's, are quoted at 22½d. per lb., and Bradford tops, super 60's, at 23½d. per lb. Quotations for 40'S ...

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  32. VICTORIAN WINE SHOW.

    The awards for wines to be exhibited at the Royal Agricultural Society's show next week were made to-day. The champion prizes were won by Mr. Hans Irvine for dry ...

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  34. THE SUGAR MARKET.

    The sugar market is quiet. German beet sugar, 88 per cent., is quoted at 6/2 per. cwt., and first marks granulated, f.o.b., Hamburg, at 7/7 per cwt. ...

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  35. THE CHOLERA IN EGYPT.

    A recrudescence of the cholera epidemic which proved so serious a few months ago is announced from Egypt. Excepting Keneh, there is not a province free from ...

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  36. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The railway from Northam to Goonbling was opened to-day by the Premier. Among those present were the Minister of Works, the Minister of Lands, and thirty members ...

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  37. A COSTLY COUGH.

    The uncared-for cough. The cough you let go on, hoping it will cure itself is the costly cough. Take care of your cough now. ...

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  38. RAIN IN INDIA.

    The long drought in Western India has broken up. Good rains have fallen in time to save the crops, thus averting any immediate famine. The central provinces ...

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  41. THE SOUTH AFRICAN TRIP.

    Major Wardill states that the cricketers will leave London for South Africa by the Union Castle mail steamer Dunvegan Castle on Saturday, September 20, and will ...

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  43. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    (As announced in to-day's "Advertiser.") MORNING. Plympton Plumpton, 12—Coursing. AFTERNOON. ...

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  44. BROUGHAM-PLACE CHURCH.

    A concert was given in the Brougham place Congregational Church lecture-half on Friday evening, in aid of the church choir funds. It was under the dircction of Mr. T. H. ...

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  46. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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