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  2. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    The series of international matches to which thousands of people in Australia and England have been looking forward with such keen interest was inaugurated on the Adelaide oval to-day, ...

    Article : 2,087 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Quarter Sessions commenced on Tuesday. before Judge Fitzhard[?]ge. The Crown Prosecutor was Mr. Armstrong. His Honor sat both days until 10 p.m. W. E. Smith and R.P. Smith for ...

    Article : 123 words
  4. SECOND EDITION.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day to 2s 3½d per ounce standard, an advance of ¼d since last quotation. ...

    Article : 26 words
  5. AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

    The obstruction of the German minority in the Lower House of the Austrian Reichsrath prevents the passing of the law for the extension of the Ausgleich, ...

    Article : 83 words
  6. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The British troops who were quartered at Canea and Heraklion, in Crete, owing to the unsettled condition of affairs in the island, will shortly return to Malta. ...

    Article : 54 words
  7. VICTORIA.

    At the annual meeting of the Colonial Bank of Australasia, Limited, held to-day, Mr. W.Smith presided, and submitted the annual report and balance-sheet. The report set forth that after ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. MOTION OF CENSURE.

    A motion of censure was about the last thing expected by members when the Assembly met yesterday afternoon, and consequently, when the leader of the Opposition, Mr. W. J. Lyne, rose as ...

    Article : 244 words
  9. QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly to-night Sir H. Tozer made a statement with regard to tick quarantine. He said that no [?]urtailment of the area could be made at present without injury to the interests of the ...

    Article : 89 words
  10. PRESENTATION

    A presentation was made yesterday in the Town Hall to Mr. W. V. Carmichael, lately of Narlga Estate, prior to his leaving the district. The Mayor (Mr. M. J. Carey, J. P.) occupied the chair. After a ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. WEST AFRICA.

    France will not recognise the treaties entered into by the Royal Niger Company until they have been communicated to the Government by Great Britain. ...

    Article : 68 words
  12. THE RAILWAY DISASTER IN AMERICA,

    Mr. Chauncey Depew, the president of the New York and Hudson River Railway Company, suspects that the recent fall of the Buffalo express into tho ...

    Article : 61 words
  13. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINING.

    Deep lead prospecting has commenced at Kalgoorlie in real earnest. The old allavial workings south of the town have beeu pegged out in all directions, and numbers of shafts are going down ...

    Article : 642 words
  14. NEWCASTLE.

    The numerous labour organisations of the Northern District are to be congratulated on the thorough success of the annual Eight-hous celebration carried out to-day. Nothwithstanding the fact that the weather ...

    Article : 899 words
  15. THE BOARD OF WORKS LOAN.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 88 words
  16. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT.

    The decision to hold an encampment at Easter has given much satisfaction here. ...

    Article : 19 words
  17. VISIT OF DR. BRUCE.

    A conversazione was held last night in the Presbyterian Church to welcome Dr. Bruce, the Moderator of the General Assembly. The Rev. James Goudie, minister of the charge, was present, also ...

    Article : 60 words
  18. THE CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY.

    Sir Anthony Brownless, Chancellor of the University, is in a very critical state of health. ...

    Article : 22 words
  19. THE LATE DUCHESS OF TECK.

    Further particulars of the death of the Duchess of Teck state that the Duchess had a recurrence of an internal malady on Monday, but it was apparently not serious. ...

    Article : 207 words
  20. OPINIONS OF MEMBERS.

    " Another blunder " was the phrase heard on all sides in the lobbies after the House rose. Most of the members regarded it as a good joke, and there were much laughter and bantering talk amongst ...

    Article : 1,969 words
  21. JARRAHDALE FORESTS AND RAILWAY COMPANY.

    The Jarrahdale Jarrah Forests and Railway Company, which has been formed with a capital of £300,000, is offering 10,000 7 per cent. £10 preference shares ...

    Article : 55 words
  22. DUBBO ART SOCIETY.

    The first exhibition of the Dubbo Art Society was formally opened last night by the Mayour (Mr. R.J.J.Ryan) in the presence of a large audience. The exhibits, both in merit and number, are very ...

    Article : 72 words
  23. SIR GRAHAM BERRY.

    The question of a grant to Sir Graham Berry, the ex-Speaker, was considered by the Cabinet to-day, but no decision was arrived at. The feeling among members of the Assembly is ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. ESCAPE FROM ALBURY GAOL.

    At 3 O'clock this afternoon while a prisoner named John Roberts was at work in gaolyard, he made a sudden bolt, and scaling the fence, effected his escape. The warder who was in charge of the ...

    Article : 1,382 words
  25. THE EXPORT OF FRUIT.

    The Minister for Agriculture to-day met the representatives of the P. and O. Orient companies. The latter agreed to fruit exporters being allowed to enter the cool chamber of ...

    Article : 49 words
  26. A NEW MINING COMPANY.

    The Trafalgar Gold-mining Company, Coolgardie, has been registered with a capital of £150,000, of which £75,000 is being issued in shares. ...

    Article : 28 words
  27. MINING EXHIBITION IN LONDON.

    Sir Somers Vine and Mr. Lowles, M.P., who are visiting Australia on behalf of the Australasian Chamber of Mines in London, had an interview to-day with the members of the Victorian ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. THE CURRENCY IN INDIA.

    The Council of the Viceroy of India (Lord Elgin) declares that the creation of a gold standard for India is " approaching final success." ...

    Article : 32 words
  29. MEAT FOR THE CAPE.

    Two thousand River Plate sheep and 1500 quarters of Queensland beef have been shipped from London for tho Cape of Good Hope. ...

    Article : 29 words
  30. QUEENSLAND.

    The Premier and the Minister for Railways, relpying to a deputation urging the immediate completion of the railway from Gladstone to Rockhampton, stated that the Government was ...

    Article : 57 words
  31. GERMANY AND THE CZAR.

    The Gorman newspapers are greatly excited at the Czar's treatment of the Grand Duke and Duchess of Baden in [?]urtly refusing to see them while on their ...

    Article : 39 words
  32. NEWMARKET HOUGHTON OCTOBER MEETING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 391 words
  33. AUSTRALIAN CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 461 words
  34. DEATH OF BISHOP HUTCHISON.

    Bishop Hutchison Vicar Apostolic of North Queensland, died at Cooktown to-day. His system was run down owing to dengue fever and extensive travelling in connection with the Redemptorist ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. THE LABOUR PROBLEM.

    In the course of aspeech last night dealing with the engineering strike Mr.John Burns, M.P., said that the would not regret the temporary diversion of the ...

    Article : 163 words
  36. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Alexander Morton, Curator of the Hobart Museum, has returned to Perth from a tour of the Murchison district collecting biological, ethnological, and other specimens on the joint behalf of ...

    Article : 80 words
  37. TASMANIA.

    Ministers have this evening definitely decided to accept the Attorney-General's resignation, and have sent it to the Governor, who will take the usual steps to give effect thereto. This will not ...

    Article : 61 words
  38. THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  39. A NEW JUDGE.

    Mr. Charles J. Darling, Q.C., M.P. for Deftford, has been appointed to succeed the Hon. Sir Richard Henn Collins as one of the Judges of the Queen's Bench ...

    Article : 48 words
  40. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 282 words
  41. DIAMOND JUBILEE CHARITY CARNIVAL.

    The general committee met at the Temperance Hall last night, Mr. S. J. Law, M.L.A., occupying the chair. There was a large attendance, amongst those present being Messrs. W. Rigg and T. Jessep, ...

    Article : 264 words
  42. NEW ZEALAND.

    At Dunedin a man named Hendricks walked into a butchery, picked up a knife and drew the blade across his throat. The wonnd is not serious. ...

    Article : 32 words
  43. TYPHOID IN BELFAST.

    One hundred and fifty cases of typhoid live occurred at Belfast. ...

    Article : 20 words
  44. DALGETY AND COMPANY.

    The annual report of the directors of [?]algety and Co., Limited, shows a profit of £96,868. A dividend is recommended at the rate of 8 per cent. per annum, and ...

    Article : 48 words
  45. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Assmbly Mr. Poynton complained of the Government delaying the Vermin Bill. Mr. Kingston promised to give it prominence. Mr. O'Lougblin said the Pastoral Commission would ...

    Article : 99 words
  46. SWIMMING IN ENGLAND.

    A swimming match over a course of 100 yards took place at the Westminster Baths, London, last night, between J. H. Derbyshire, of Manchester, and ...

    Article : 143 words
  47. LATE SHIPPING.

    Tyrian, s., 1455 tons, Captain J.D. Joy from Brisbane October 27. Passengers—Me[?]dames H. Garduer, [?].H. Quirk, j. Hartwell, J. Parsons, J. Smith, G.Cra[?], H. j.Ramsden, J. Madden, F. Johnsone, E. Johnson, M. ...

    Article : 318 words
  48. LATE MINING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 326 words
  49. CRICKET

    A council meeting of the New South Wales Junior Cricket Association was hold last night at the Protestant Hall Mr. S. Cohen occupied the chair. The business was the hearing of an appeal by the ...

    Article : 140 words
  50. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly last night the Permier, referring to the intentions of the Government regaring the Coolgardie water supply scheme, said that had the goldfields given the support which the scheme ...

    Article : 116 words
  51. SALES OF WORK AT THE GLEBE.

    Much effort has been expended to ensure success for the sale of work to be opened in the Globe Town Hall this afternoon. The object of the sale is to raise funds for the Hutchison Memorial School-hall ...

    Article : 121 words
  52. IMPORTS.—October 29.

    Tyrian (s.), from Brisbane: 1100 bunches ba[?] 4[?]6 bales wool, 600 hides, 44casks tallow, 1[?]00 bags sugar, 85 bags beans, 74 packages twine, 74 cases pines, 76 bags potatoes, 19 bags oysters, 40 bags provision, 1 horse, a ...

    Article : 124 words
  53. TASMANIA

    The debate on the railway embroglio and the motion of consure on the Govenment is still proceeding in the Assembly, and is unlikely to termirate to-night. Some forecast a division of 20 to ...

    Article : 88 words
  54. IN RENAL COMPLAINTS.

    Wolfe's Schnapps is notably efficacious, and in general debility is the best tonic manufactured Buy bottles with wrappers intact.—Advt. ...

    Article : 25 words
  55. EARLY TO BED

    Early to rise is an excellent motto. Equally good "smoke only Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes."—Advt. ...

    Article : 13 words
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