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  2. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The two parties most directly interested in the Local Option Bill were represented in the Legislative Council gallery on Tuesday afternoon, but the debate on the ...

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  3. THE DALLEY DIVORCE CASE.

    The Dalley divorce suit is drawing to a close. Mr. Gannon addressed the jury to-day at great length for the co-respondent. The petitioner, he said, had come into ...

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  4. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The apparent divergence of opinion between Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and Lord Rosebery on the Irish question is exciting much comment in Liberal circles. ...

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  5. THE MACEDONIAN TROUBLES.

    The measures long threatened by the Powers against the Porte to enforce compliance with their Macedonian demands were inaugurated yesterday, when the ...

    Article : 165 words
  6. F[?]ERAL POLITICS.

    A batt[?] took place in the Senate this evening [?]er the vote of £2,585 for the maintence of Government House, Sydney, as [?]esidence for the ...

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  7. THE REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA.

    The disaffection in the Russian Army is reported to be extending, and the authorities hourly fear a general mutiny. The commander of the military forces in the ...

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  8. DOWIE THE APOSTLE.

    The Rev. J. A. Dowie, Apostle of the Christian Catholic Church at Zion, near Chicago, has secured land in Mexico on which to establish "Zion Paradise" ...

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  9. GERMAN SOUTH AFRICA.

    The latest reports with regard to the native rebellion in German South Africa are of a reassuring character. Since the death of their old chief, Hendrik Wittboi, which ...

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  10. TRANSATLANTIC YACHTING.

    King Edward has offered to present a cup as a prize to the winner of an ocean vacht race between Sandy Hook and The Needles, Isle of Wight. It is proposed ...

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  11. AMERICAN RAILWAY DISASTER.

    A terrible railway accident, accompanied by considerable loss of life, is reported from America. An express train collided with a local train near Lincoln, in Massachusetts, ...

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  12. STRANGE PERSONATION CASE.

    A female prisoner, who had been personating a man, had her sex revealed under tragic circumstances yesterday. In masculine guise, and under the name of Gillson, ...

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  13. BRITISH UNEMPLOYED.

    The Duke of Westminster has forwarded to the Rev. Wilson Carlile, hon. secretary of the Church Army, a cheque for £5,000 towards the fund now being raised by that ...

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  14. NEW JAPANESE LOAN.

    Simultaneously in London, America, and on the Continent, one half of the new Japanese conversion and redemption 4 per cent, loan of £50,000,000 was placed on ...

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  15. THE PRICE OF SILVE.

    A further increase has taken place in he price of silver, to-day's quotation being 2/6 5-16; an increase of 2-16d. on yesterday's price, and of 1?d. on that of the pr[?]s ...

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  16. IMPERIAL PEACE MEMORIAL.

    Baron Windsor (Robert George Windsor Clive), Lord Lieutenant of Glamorganshire, states that the Government are unable to provide a site in London for the proposed ...

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  17. COLLISION AT SEA.

    The Japanese steamer Kuta Maru sank near the port of Shimonoseki, in the Inland Sea, yesterday, as the result of a collision with the Fukuna Maru. Eleven seamen are ...

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  18. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Copper.—Copper on spot is quoted at from £77 10/ to £77 15/ per ton; at the months from £77 to £77 5/ per ton. Tin.—Tin on spot is quoted at from £4 ...

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  19. NORWEGIAN MINISTRY.

    A King Haakon's request the Norwegian Ministry of Statsraad C. H. K. Michelsen will remain in office. ...

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  20. GALE IN ENGLAND.

    The severest gale which has been known for years has been raging on the southeastern coasts of England during the last five days. ...

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  22. GERMAN COLONIAL ESTIMATES.

    The German colonial estimates for the coming year are stated to provide for the incorporation of the administration of the Marshall Islands with that of the Caroline, ...

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  23. DEATH OF MRS. STEPHENS.

    Further enquiry regarding the death of Charlotte E. Stephens, a married woman of 37 years, who expired at the house of Mary O'Farrell, of King-street, West Melbourne, ...

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  26. A WICKED TOWN.

    A shocking affiliation case from Port Macquarie was before the Quarter Sessions to-day, when Judge Rogers made some strong comments on the loose morals of the ...

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  27. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A massive silver motor trophy, valued at £1,000, was stolen yesterday from the Motor Exhibition at the Olympia, London. Corporation of Australian Accountants. ...

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