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  2. THE INDIAN FAMINE.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning. — A monster meeting of the leading natives and Europeans at Calontta has passed resolutions approving of the ...

    Article : 87 words
  3. THE CODLIN MOTH HOR.

    SIR.—On reading the reports published in your of the mestings of the candidatre for Parliamentar bonors, I have not settide that one candidate has referred to ...

    Article : 262 words
  4. Advertising

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  5. INTERCOLONIAL.

    MELBOURNE FRIDAY.—William Phillips. who was arrested on suspleion of having murdered william Brady, was presented at the City Court this morning and remanded. ...

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  6. Advertising

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  7. THE GENERAL ELECTION.

    Political matters here are lively (writes our Ringarooma correspondent). Our old member speaks in the local school-room on Friday night. and Mr Meredith makes his ...

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  8. MR FOWLER AT PORISMOUTH SQUARE.

    Mr Alex. Fowler addressed the elsotors last evening at Portsmouth Square, when there was a large attendance. Mr Jesse Lloyd was which to the chair. The candidate ...

    Article : 202 words
  9. TUB HEW HEBBIDES.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—A large and influential deputation of Presbyterian clergymen and laymen waited upon the Premier this afternoon with a request that the ...

    Article : 64 words
  10. OBITUARY.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—The death is announced of Rev. William Basil Jones, D.D., Bishop of St. David's, aged 75. ...

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  11. DELORAINE.

    Meetings Were held at Welt Meander, In the Meander Hall, on Thursday. by Mr Norman Cameron, who addressed the electors in the afternoon, and Mr Jonathan Best, who ...

    Article : 244 words
  12. THE CREDIT FONCIER SYSTEM.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—The Commissioners of the Savings Bank have appointed Mr G. E. Emery to be Inspector-General under the credit foncier system at a salary ...

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  13. MR BUTTON AT PERCY-STREET HALL.

    There was a large number of electors present at the Percy-street Hall last evening. where Mr S. J. Sulton was announced to speak upon matters connected with the ...

    Article : 130 words
  14. WEST DEVON ELECTION.

    SIR.—As Mr Collett states he is opposed to Sir Edward Braddon, and would oppose any Ministry he were in, it is safe to presume that he will be found amongst the ...

    Article : 185 words
  15. AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—It has been decided that the Torch, a screw sloop of six guns, 96O tons, 1400 horse-power, will replace the Ringdove ...

    Article : 34 words
  16. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, FRIDAY.—A telegraph from Herberton states that W. Barry. travelling with 200 fat cattle to Herberton, encountered a terrific storm at Dry River. The lightning ...

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  17. THE ISLAND OF CRETE.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—The Porte has at last agreed to accept the European Embassies scheme for appointing Crotan gendarmes as well as ...

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  18. MESSRS. HARTNOLL AND BARRETTS MEETINGS.

    These candidates addressed a considerable gathering from a verandah, at the corner of . St. George's square last night, Mr H, Weedon occupying the chair. Mr Hartnoll's ...

    Article : 173 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—The following movements have taken place in Australian shipping : ARRIVALS. — Opwrs, ship, from ...

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  20. THE FEDERAL COUNCIL.

    ADELAIDE, FRIDAY. — Among the arrivals by the R.M.S. Valctta were Sir John Forrest. the Premier of West Australia, Sir James Lee Steere, the Speaker of ...

    Article : 153 words
  21. INLAND TELEGRAMS.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—At the Police Court to-day Jamca Murtagh was fined 20s and costs, or 14 days imprisonment, for bahaving in an offensive manner in a railway carriage. ...

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  22. LATROBE.

    LATROBE, FRIDAY.—Mr Murray addressed the electors at the Oddfellows' Hall to-night. Mr Atkinson occupying the chair. There was a fair audience, who gave an ...

    Article : 146 words
  23. THE WAY TO THE WEST.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—Mr George Meredith, accompanied by an overceer and party. left by the s.s. Grafion to-day for Straban. From there they will proceed up the Gordon ...

    Article : 56 words
  24. COMMERCIAL.

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  25. MR M. J. CLARKE AT INVERESK.

    Mr Clarke addressed a considerable number of electors at the corner of Foster-street and Invermay-road last evening at 7.30. The candidate was well received. and gave ...

    Article : 269 words
  26. THE APPLE EXPORT TRADE.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—The Agent-General (Sir Westby Perceval) has acpplied the Premier (Sir Edward Braddon) with a most interesting and exhanstive report on the ...

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  27. THE HEMP MARKET.

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  28. MINING NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 144 words
  29. AUSTRALIAN MUTTON.

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  30. LORD BRASSEY'S PICTURE.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—The picture "Ripening Sunbeams." kindly loaned by the governor of Victoria (Lord Brassey) to the Hobart Art Gallery at the special request of ...

    Article : 78 words
  31. EVANDALE.

    About thirty electors were present at a meeting In a large room at Mr Clarke's, bus proprietor, last night. Mr Garrard occupied the chair, and in a neat speech Introduced ...

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  32. THE BUTTER MARKET.

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  33. A SCARCITY OF MAGISTRATES.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—This morning there was a sitting of the Appeal Court in regard to the assessments on city properties. Considerable difficulty. however, was ...

    Article : 104 words
  34. FINANCIAL.

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  35. SILVER.

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  36. MONTAGU.

    QUEENSTOWN, FRIDAY.—Mr J.J. Gaffney addressed a meeting at Camm'a Hotel, Gormanston, last night. He received a favorable hearing. his speech being on lines ...

    Article : 45 words
  37. COUNTING THE CITY VOTES.

    HOBART, FRIDAY. — It having been brought under the notice of Ministers that, order to facilitate the manipulation of ballot papers on Wednesday next to as to ...

    Article : 202 words
  38. STATE SCHOOL APPOINTMENTS.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.— The following State school appointments have been made:—L. Swift, transferred form Adventure Bay to Reacvale, in succession to R. Lee: Mr ...

    Article : 109 words
  39. RINCAROOMA.

    Mr G. L. Meredith addressed the electors of Ringarooma in the Town Halloo Wednesday night. There was a good attendance, and the candidate was very cordially ...

    Article : 156 words
  40. MARINE ENGINEERS' STRIKE

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—The coherence in regard to the engineers' difficulty has terminated In a very unsatisfactory manner. Briefly, tho position now ls that the ...

    Article : 347 words
  41. BATTERY RETURNS.

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  42. THE MOUNT LYELL MINE.

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  43. THE FEDERAL CONVENTION.

    ADELAIDE, FRIDAY.—The Premier of West Australia (Sir John Forrest). who arrived here yesterday en route to Hobart to attend the Federal Council. says that it ...

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  44. WEST DEVON. THE PREMIER AT THE PENGUIN. STATEMENT RE ULVERSTONE RAILWAY.

    PENGUIN, FRIDAY.—The Rifle Hall was packed by a thoroughly representative meeting last night to hear the Premier (Sir Edward Braddon). who held the audience's ...

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  45. LAUNCESTON.

    Mr Smith addressed the electors at Inveresk last evening. when some 300 were present. Mr Guy occupied the chair The candidate, who was received with ...

    Article : 432 words
  46. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

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  47. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR.—As a constant reader of your paper, would you kindly publish my little say on the West Devon election. It is being circulated about here by some ignirant, and ...

    Article : 394 words
  48. CARDINAL MORAN'S CANDIDATURE.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—The announcement that Cardinal Moran would sit at the Federal Convention as a delegate for the colony if elected has been received with general ...

    Article : 135 words
  49. HOBART.

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  50. BRIGHTON.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—Quite a finiter was created to-day in political circles when a rumor sained currency to the effect that Mr H. Dobson's unopposed return for Brighton ...

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  51. RESUMPTION OF WORK.

    ADELAIDE, FRIDAY.—Work at most of the steamers in Port Adelaide this morning was proceeding as if there had never been a strike of the engineers. ...

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  52. Advertising

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