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  • TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, SEPTEMBER 6. PRESIDENT GARFIELD.

    President Garfield has been removed to his residence at Longreach. ... [Article] (29 words)
  • AFFAIRS IN TUNIS.

    M. Boustan has denied the statement that the Boy was acting under the instructions of the Sultan, in inciting and encouraging the rebels. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • THE FRENCH TREATY.

    Sir Charles Dilke has gone to Paris, to confer with M. Tirard as to the renewal of the French Commercial Treaty. ... [Article] (25 words)
  • [From the Mclbourne papers.] LONDON, September 2.

    An extentive fire has occurred in Cheapside, London. A large tea and spirits warehouse has been burnt. During the conflagration a fireman received severe injuries. ... [Article] (620 words)
  • TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] MOUNT BISCHOFF, WEDNESDAY.

    A sad accident occurred, about half-post 2 o'clock last Friday morning, at the Montagu Co.'s shaft, Heemskirk, by which a man named Joseph Brown, brother of the man of the same name who is in the ... [Article] (251 words)
  • COMMERCIAL. LONDON, August 31.

    Consols, 99s. Colonial Government Securities.—Four per cent. Victorian loan, 1889-1001, £101; four and a half per cent. Victorian debentures, £10515s.; ... [Article] (254 words)
  • THE MAILS. SUEZ, August 31.

    The British—India Steam Navigation Co.'s steamship Chyoba[?]sa left here to-day, with the homeward Queesland mails. GALLE, September 1. ... [Article] (110 words)
  • CIRCULAR HEAD, WEDNESDAY.

    The Amy left here at 9 a.m., for Macquarie Harbour. The weather is now fine. ... [Article] (22 words)
  • CALIFORNIAN MAIL NEWS. [From the Melbourne papers.] AMERICAN SUMMARY. SAN FRANCISCO, July 30.

    Chinese students withdrawn from the United States will be sent to England, France, and Germany. They number 100. The Chinese Government, it is surmised, fears the progressiveness of American ... [Article] (979 words)
  • LAUNCESTON AND WESTERN RAILWAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (316 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (90 words)
  • SOUTH AMERICA.

    General Daza, ex-President of Bolivia, has been declared defaulter to the national Treasury in the sum of 140,691 32dol. ... [Article] (21 words)
  • COMMERCIAL. SAN FRANCISCO, July 30.

    Wheat has a hardening tendency, under good demand, at 1 42½dol. to l·47½dol. for No. 1, and l·374dol. to l·40dol. per cental for No. 2. Surplus on hand from last year's crop, 640,000 tons. ... [Article] (266 words)
  • PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.

    The PRESIDENT took the chair at 4 p.m. Members present: The hons the Colonial Secretary, Messrs. Aikenhead, Chapman, Crowther, Gellibrand, Maclanachan, Lord, Hodgson, Grubb, McGregor, Cameron, ... [Article] (2406 words)
  • HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.

    The SPEAKER took the chair at 4 o'clock. PETITIONS. Mr. GUNN presented a petition from certain inhabitants of the East Coast, praying that the House ... [Article] (6549 words)
  • AQUATICS IN THE OLD COUNTRY.

    The Honley-on-Thames Royal Regatta, which took, place on the 30th June and following day, was this year of peculiar interest to Tasmania, in that Mr. G. Q. Roberts, a Tasmanian scholar, took part. [?] ... [Article] (875 words)

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