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  2. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    Parliament will be invited this week to i arrive at a decision with reference to the Federal Loan Bill. On Tuesday the Treasurer will request the House of ...

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  3. THE PRIMATE OF AUSTRALIA.

    Bishop's Court, the residence of the Bishop of Adelaide, is the present abiding place of no fewer than four bishops—cluding an archbishop, who is also Primate ...

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  4. POINTS ABOUT THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

    The actual business of the Congress will be commenced on Tuesday morning. The Bishop of Adelaide will deliver the presidential address on Tuesday morning. ...

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  5. MADAME MELBA.

    Nothing has ever boen seen in Melhoure before to equal the enthusiamsm of Madame Me[?]'s reception at her first concert at the Town Hall on Saturday ...

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  6. VICTORIA.

    The position of affairs in connection with the strike of colliers at the Outtrim pit underwent no alteration on Saturday. The directors of the company appear firm in ...

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  7. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The manifesto issued by the Boer generals has had a chilling reception on the Continent. Some of the French and several of the German newspapers declared that the Boers ...

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  8. CHURCH AND STATE IN FRANCE.

    A telegram from Paris states that Major Le Roy Ladurie has been tried at Nantes and (like Colonel de Saint Remy) cashiered tor refusing to obey his superior officer's ...

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  9. CYCLONE IN SICILY.

    Sicily was visited yesterday by a tremendous cyclone, which lasted 21 hours, and caused much loss of life and destruction of property. ...

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  10. COST OF TELEGRAPH LINES.

    A singular discovery has been made by, the Federal postal authorities when prosecuting their enquiries into the differences in the cost per mile of constructing private ...

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  11. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Lord Dudley, the new Viceroy of Ireland, in receiving the congratulations of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce yesterday, announced that the Government were ...

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  12. THE TRANSFERRED DEPARTMENTS.

    In one of his latest attacks upon the Federal Government, the Premier of Queensland laid down, the doctrine that Federation was only ...

    Article : 282 words
  13. STATE FINANCES.

    The Federal Treasurer (Sir George Turner) has forwarded to the State Treasurer (Hon. R. Butler) copies of his Budget speech and the Estimates of revenue and ...

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  14. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the London wool sales to-day prices were rather irregular, but crossbreds were firm. There were many withdrawals of scoured merinos. The sales included: ...

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  15. THE MOUNT ETNA ERUPTION.

    The latest intelligence with regard to the eruptions which followed the disastrous cyclone in Sicily stales that Mount Etna is emitting steam from a spot close to that ...

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  16. MR. KENSIT ASSAULTED.

    Mr. John Kensit, the anti-Ritualistic leader, was the victim yesterday of a cowardly assault. He was leaving a meeting held at Birkenhead, when someone, not ...

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  17. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    Silver is quoted at 1/11.[?] per oz. ...

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  18. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    Mr. John Roche, the member for Galway East, has been arrested at Woodford for not appearing at the Crimes Act Court in response to a sumons served upon him. Mr. ...

    Article : 85 words
  19. TREASON AND SEDITION.

    Dr. T. W: Smartt, the leader of the Progressive party in the Cape Parliament, has introduced a Bill into the Assembly to increase the stringency of the treasou ...

    Article : 330 words
  20. FINANCIAL NEWS.

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  21. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Frederick Baker had his foot completely severed from the leg, just above the boot, and buried 10 in. or 12 in. in the ground, through a falling tree striking him while he ...

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  22. A NEW COALFIELD.

    It is estimated that after paying all expenses, the new coalfield which has been discovered on the estate of the Earl of Dudley, will yield a profit of nearly £40,000 ...

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  23. SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND STATE RIGHTS.

    Mr. Deakin, in reference to the disputo with the South Australian Government, said—"The Commonwealth Government maintains that all matters pertaining to ...

    Article : 221 words
  24. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Kauri Gum.—At yesterday's auction of kauri gum 2.130 cases were offered and 1,150 sold. The market was very firm. Three-quarter scraped realised £6. ...

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  25. TERRIBLE RAILWAY DISASTER.

    A terrible railway catastrophe occurred in France yesterday. An express train was travelling from Lille, in the Department of the Nord, when, as the result of ...

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  26. THE MURRAY, WATERS.

    Sir—Are the people of this Stale going to watch the Governments of New South Wales and Victoria divert the water of all the tributaries of the Murray, and make ...

    Article : 433 words
  27. HONORING SHAKESPEARE.

    The Danish people have opened subscription-lists for the purpose of raising money to defray the cost of a bust of Shakespeare, which they propose to erect at Elsinore, a ...

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  28. THE PROROGATION.

    The Commonwealth Parliament will probably be prorogued on Friday, October 10. ...

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  29. THE KANAKA QUESTION.

    The "Daily Chronicle," commenting on the Bluebook just issued, containing the correspondence between the Imperial and Commonwealth Governments with ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. HELPING THE STATES.

    "If,"' said the Treasurer on Saturday, "any State drifted into dillieulty the Commonwealth would have to come to its assistance, because we could not afford to ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Metropolitan Fire Brigade are experimentalising with a motor fire engine. The United States Rubber Company is forming a combine to control the output ...

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  32. NEW ZEALAND.

    The deaths from all causes in the 10 contingents sent from New Zealand to South Africa number 223 officers and men. This includes the men who died from disease on ...

    Article : 168 words
  33. FIRE AT BLOCK 12.

    Some alarm was experienced here last evening, when a report was circulated that a fresh outbreak of fire had occurred at block 12, proprietary mine. On enquiry it ...

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  34. THE STIGER VORTEX GUN.

    The sky being cloudy at Charleville on Friday the mayor decided to give Mr. Wragge's Stiger vortex guns a trial. The six guns were manned, and ten shots were ...

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  35. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    The railway receipts for the week ended September 20 were £207. Sun Mow Loong, a Chinese merchant, was convicted on Monday of sly grog ...

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  36. THE SAVINGS BANK.

    The Postmaster-General will welcome the Savings Bank Amendment Bill, which has just been introduced into the Legislative Council of South Australia. The measure ...

    Article : 106 words
  37. EARTHQUAKE IN CENTRAL ASIA.

    Further intelligence about the earthquake which occurred in Eastern Turkestan on August 22 states that the fatalities in the Kashgar district number no ...

    Article : 67 words
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  40. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The champion football team from the goldfields (the Warriors, from the Boulder) met the East Fremantle (the coastal premiers) at Fremantle on Saturday, in the ...

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  43. REGISTERED TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES.

    Business men are accusing the PostmasterGeneral of adopting the tactics of a pettifogging attorney. The trouble has arisen over Mr. Drake's decisioin not to allow ...

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