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    DEATH OF MR DAVID MURRAY.— It would seem that the list of less[?] of old Launceston identifies this year was never to have a break. Yesterday it was noticed that the ...

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  3. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— The Chinese doctor Sun Yet Sun, who was reported to have been kidnapped by the Chinese Legation, has been ...

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  4. ROYAL MARRIAGE

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning.— The Duke of Naples, heir to the throne of Italy, and the Princess Helene of Montenegro, were married on ...

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  5. INLAND TELEGRAMS

    HOBART, FRIDAY.— The committee of the Southern Tasmanian Agricultural and Pastoral Society met this afternoon to transact business connected with the late ...

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  7. LAUNCESTON MAIL TABLE.

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  8. AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY.

    LONDON, Sunday Morning.— Sun Yet Sun, on his release, stated to an interviewer that he was arrested by two Chinese officials outside the ...

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  9. EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN.

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning. — Lord Cromer, Consul General for Egypt, has expressed the opinion that the primary object of the ...

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  10. SHIPPING.

    Dauntice, ketch, 22 tons, A. Burgess, for Penguin, Carge.— General. BY TELEGRAPH. TAMAR HEADS.— Entered— October 24, ...

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  11. COMMERCIAL

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  12. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    HOBART, SATURDAY.— J, Sykes, charged with the forgery of certain deeds at Latrope, was further remanded this morning owing to the witnesses for the Crown not having ...

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  13. OUTWARD.— TO-DAY.

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  14. LAUNCESTON POST OFFICE.

    HOBART, SATURDAY.— The Premier has made arrangements to have the Launceston Post Office its with electricity instead of gas. ...

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  15. THE VENEZUELAN FRONTIER

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning.— The Standard, in an article dealing with the Venezuelan question, states that Great Britain is agreeable to allow ...

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  16. THE COLLINGWOOD BRIDGE.

    HOBART, SATURDAY.— The Public works Department have received a wire form the West Coast Inspector stating that the ...

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  18. MARINE BOARD MEETING.

    HOBART, SATURDAY.— The ordinary meeting of the Hobart of the Hobart Marins Board was held yesterday, at which a considerable quantity of business was disposed of, ...

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  19. COMMERCIAL

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— The rise in the wheat market has affected the price of linseed, that article being now quoted at ls 6d. ...

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  20. VICTORIA.

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  21. THE HEMP MARKET.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— At the hemp sales to-day 169 bales New Zealand were offered, and bought in. ...

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  22. STOCK SALES.

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  23. THE BUTTER MARKET.

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning. — Choice Danish butter is selling at from 126s to 130s per cwt, and lower brands at from 108s to 118s. ...

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  24. THE DEFAULTER GEAKE.

    LONDON, Friday Night.— The Daylesford solicitor Geake, who levanted from big bail, and was subsequently arrested at Monte Video, ...

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  25. KAURI GUM.

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning. — There is an extensive supply of kauri gum on offer at 4b 4d. At the sales yesterday scraped ...

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  26. MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 86 words
  27. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night. — The active manner in winch Mr W. J. Bryan is working to secure his election as President of the United States in ...

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  28. TWO HOUSES [?]UTTED.

    HOBART, SATURDAY.— Between 2 and 3 o'clock this morning the attention of Mr Johnston, tailor, of Murray-street, but whose private residence is at New-street, ...

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  29. INTERCOLONIAL

    MELBOURNE, SATURDAY.— The body of the woman discovered in the Merrie River at Warrnambool has been identified as that of Mrs Lyfield. The husband of the woman ...

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  30. THE QUEEN'S REIGN.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— It is reported that Her Majesty the Queen, who completes the sixtieth year of her reign in June next, has invited all the ...

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  31. STRAHAN.

    STRAHAN, SATURDAY.— Mr J. J. Gaffney announces himself a candidate for Montage, at the coming general elections. ...

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  32. ASSISTING THE BLIND.

    MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. — The subscriptions to the fund opened by Lady Brassey in aid [?]of the Blind Institute now exceed £2000. ...

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  33. A LARGE SHIPMENT OF GOLD.

    MELBOURNE, SUNDAY.— The banks are sending a shipments of 475,000 sovereigns to San Francisco. ...

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  34. MR URQUHART AND HIS CONSTITUTIONS

    STRAHAN, SATURDAY.— Mr Urquhart's action in connection with the Great Western Railway Bill is severely criticised here. ...

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    THERE seems now no room for doubt that the great Western Railway Bill will pass through both Houses of parliament this session. The division that ...

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  36. OBITUARY.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— The death is announced of Mr J. Greathead, the eminent engineer. ...

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  37. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, SATURDAY.— No further news has been received from Noumea regarding the loss of the Dayspring, but there is great confidence that the missing boat and its ...

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  38. FINED FOR SLY GROG-SELLING.

    STRAHAN, SATURDAY.— At the Police court to-day, before Messrs. Fowell and Hales, five persons were convicted of sly grog selling at Queenstown, and fines ...

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  39. DEVONPORT.

    The following trustees sat as a Court of Appeal on Thursday at the East Devonport Police Court in Connection with the Assessments for police rate purposes: Messrs. P. ...

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  40. THE MISSING AND SAVED.

    SYDNEY, SUNDAY.— The following telegram relating to the wreck of the missing steamer Dayspring was received yesterday morning from New Caledonia:— Noumea, ...

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  41. FIJIAN TOBACCO.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Night.— English experts who have sampled the Fijian tobacco shipped per the Australasian have pronounced it to be excellent in ...

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  42. LIEUTENANT BRUSEWITZ.

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning. — Lieutenant Brusewitz, of the German Army, who killed an engineer in a cafe at Carlsrube the other day in ...

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  43. DEATH OF AN EX-CIVIL SERVANT.

    SYDNEY, SUNDAY.— Mr Archibald Fraser, formerly under secretary of the Department of Justice, died yesterday, aged 64. ...

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  44. THE PEOPLE'S FEDERAL CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, SATURDAY.— Sir Edward Braddon has accepted as invitation to attend the People's Federal Conference to be held, at Bathurst at an early date. ...

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  46. THE CROPS IN IRELAND.

    LONDON, SUNDAY Morning.— The recent heavy rains have largely injured the crops in Ireland, and the prospects for the coming winter we exceedingly ...

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  47. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, SUNDAY — The barque Bramer, bound for Hamburg, while leaving Fremantle on Friday, sprang a leak and settled on a sandbank. No immediate danger is ...

    Article : 35 words
  48. NEW ZEALAND.

    AUCKLAND, SATURDAY— The Court of Appeal has satisfied the conviction of ex-Detective Kirby, who was sentenced to a term of imprisonment on a charge of ...

    Article : 36 words
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