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  2. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Mr. Balfour spoke at a great meeting in the Queen's Hall, London, last evening, addressing himself more particularly to the home Rule question. Sir Henry ...

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  3. NORTHERN TERRITORY MASSACRE.

    Excitement was occasioned by the unexpected arrival at 6 o'clock this evening of a lugger bringing news confirming the truth of the terrible massacre of Mr. Bradshaw ...

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  4. MELBOURNE DELUGED WITH RAIN.

    A terrific thunderstorm broke over the city shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The early part of the day had been marked by extreme sultry and muggy ...

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  5. LONDON WEEK BY WEEK.

    The Cabinet has been [?] discussing, it as understood [?] dissolution or resignation[?] [?] tions of the evening papers all [?] ...

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  6. THE BRITISH NAVY.

    Sir William Anderson & Co., Messrs. John Brown & Co., and the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company have received orders to construct three first-class ...

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  7. A TRAGIC EVENT.

    The play which was being produced by [?]r. George Dar[?]ell and the Anderson [?]tic Company at the Adelaide Theatre Royal on Saturday night was of a most ...

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  8. NEW YEAR'S EVE.

    The old year was congratulated on its exit, and the new one cordially welcomed on Saturday and Sunday evenings with rejoicing and merry making in the ...

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  9. DISTURBED RUSSIA.

    There are better reports from Moscow Largely owing to the many arrests of and fatalities among the revolutionary leaders, the insurgents have announced a day's ...

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  10. THE SHANGHAI RIOTS.

    The British, residents at Shanghai are claiming compensation for their loases during the reeent coolie riots, and the British Consul has warned the Viceroy of Nanking ...

    Article : 67 words
  11. THE "SUNBEAM" DINNER.

    The dinner given to the poor children of London by the "Sunbeam" Society of South Australia was held in the Northampton Institute, London, yesterday, and about 1,000 ...

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  12. CAPE COLONY.

    There is an improvement in the economic conditions in Cape Colony, and the distress caused by the lack of employment is less acute than it has been for any time during ...

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  13. THE ENCOUNTER.

    The second-class twin-screw cruiser Encounter, 5,800 tons, Captain C. F. Thursby, for the Australian station, has sailed from England for Sydney. ...

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  14. BROKEN HILL MINES.

    [?] ten mines working at Broken Hill [?] the year with an aggregate value of [?],105. Market prices on the last [?] [?]rading reached £8,100,525, a rise of ...

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  15. NEW ZEALAND RUGBY FOOTBALL TEAM.

    The New Zealand Rugby footballers engaged a team representing Swansea yesterday, and defeated them by six points to three, after a keen struggle. The weather ...

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  16. THE OPIUM TRAFFIC.

    The proclamation prohibiting the importation of opium approved at the meeting of the Federal Executive Council on Friday, which takes effect from to-morrow, ...

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  17. DROWNED IN THE SURF.

    [?] [?]tion was created at Bondi yesterday afternoon, when three surf-bathers were swept away, Cecil Charles Brooks, [?] 13, being drowned, while Ernest ...

    Article : 63 words
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  19. MISHAP TO THE OMRAH.

    The R.M.S. Omrah, of the Orient-Pacific Company's fleet, met with a mishap near Plymouth on Friday while bound to London from Australian ports. After landing ...

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  20. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  21. MR. CHARLES TYSON YERKES.

    The death is announced of Mr. Charles Tyson Yerkes, the well-known American capitalist, who presented the observatory named after him at Lake Geneva, ...

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  22. BRITISH REVENUE.

    The British revenue for the quarter ended to-day amounts to £31,746,000, Customs contributing £9,389,000, excise £8,550,000, and stamps £2,200,000. ...

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  30. RUSSIAN JEWISH RELIEF FUND.

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