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Lord Walter Lennox, Unionist, has been elected unopposed as member of the House of Commons for the Chichester division of Sussex. The election of a member for Merthyr-Tydvil ...Article : 192 words
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The funeral of the late Emperor William will take place to-morrow, and arrangements have been made for an elaborate service at the Cathedral where the body has been lying in ...Article : 178 words
Trevor Jones (city engrneor), A. C. Robertson (inspector of water services), J. Fyfe (mechanical engineer and storekeeper), and J. U. Wulton (assistant storekeeper), have been ...Article : 263 words
Sir Thomas M'Ilwraith's manifesto has been received with general approval by the Sydney Press. The Daily Telegraph says:—"He is entitled ...Article : 259 words
In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Premier assured the House that steps were being taken to completely reorganise the charitable institutions. ...Article : 154 words
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