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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 777 words
  3. MINING.

    The Launceston quotation for tin ore yesterday was 16s. per unit. A notification of forfeiture of shares in the New Dundas Tramway Co. Limited on which ...

    Article : 221 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At the inquest at Armidale on Archie Barker, the porter killed in the accident to Sells' Circus transport trains, near Tenterfield on Tuesday, the jury found that the ...

    Article : 321 words
  5. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Commissioner Coombs, of the Salvation Army, left Perth on Tuesday en route for York, Albany, where after holding meetings, he will catch the Oruba for England. ...

    Article : 114 words
  6. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS NOTES.

    As reported yesterday a very decided improvement has taken place in the bottom level at the Silver King, the lode is 5ft. in width containing fully 3ft. of good grade ore, ...

    Article : 127 words
  7. THIS MOUNT ZEEHAN AND MOUNT DUNDAS SILVERIFELDS.—No. VI.

    The above is the heading to a report of an interview with Mr. Howell, general manager of the Broken Hill Proprietary mine, which appears in the Broken Hill Budget of the 8th ...

    Article : 1,957 words
  8. NEW ZEALAND.

    Bank returns show a marked increase in deposits for the March quarter. The increase in deposits not bearing interest is £388,000, and £150,000 in those bearing ...

    Article : 118 words
  9. MANAGERS' REPORTS

    Adams Dundas South, April 18.—No. 1 tunnel has been discontinued, and no work done here since last report. No. 2 tunnel ex tended 6ft.; total, 15ft. in all. The country ...

    Article : 395 words
  10. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

    The following were the stock and share quotations and sales on 'Change yesterday:- HOBART. ...

    Article : 284 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND.

    At the inquest on the body of Mr. J. Alexander, solicitor, Auckland, who died suddenly on Friday, an open verdict was returned. The evidence showed that the ...

    Article : 39 words
  12. [From Melbourne Papers. VICTORIA.

    A chemist named Alfred Edward Gr ffiths, aged 30, committed suicide yesterday at his lodgings, in the Bridge Hotel, Ballarat East, by swallowing prussic acid. He had been a ...

    Article : 1,089 words
  13. THE WINDSOR MURDER.

    At the Central Criminal Court this morning it was purposed by the counsel acting for the defence of Deeming, as intimated yesterday, to call medical evidence as to the ...

    Article : 631 words
  14. THE PRICE OF MEAT.

    SIR,—Your late correspondents "Dot" and "Lot" (by the way, nom de plumes somewhat similar) seem troubled on the above question, and some of the statements ...

    Article : 532 words
  15. FOOTBALL.

    The football season of 1892 will be formally opened to-morrow with the match to be played on the Association ground between the Holebrook and Railway clubs, the ...

    Article : 597 words
  16. LAUNCESTON.

    Amalgamated West Tasmania, b. 1s 9d. East Volunteer, b. 10d, 11d. East Pinafore, b. 1s 10d. East Pinafore (paid), b. 2s 10d. Great Northern, b. 10d, s. 1s 3d. ...

    Article : 151 words
  17. MEETINGS.

    An extraordinary meeting of the shareholders in the Silver Queen Prospecting Association was held last evening at the Masonic Hall. Mr. C. E. Featherstone ...

    Article : 1,243 words
  18. MELBOURNE.

    The following sales of stock were effected on the Stock Exchange to-day:—Block 10, £5 14s. Block 14, £2 15s. Broken Hill (colonial register), £5 5s 6d, £5 5s. Central, £1 11s. ...

    Article : 58 words
  19. FRAUDS ON ALBURY TRADESMEN.

    A series of clever and daring forgeries, by which local tradesmen have been victimised to the extent of about £70, were discovered to-day. On last Saturday night a man, ...

    Article : 223 words
  20. LAUNCESTON.

    At the Police Court to-day John Rusden, for cruelly illtreating a horse, was fined 20s. and costs, and Wm. Rusden, his brother, for using indecent language in the street, ...

    Article : 688 words
  21. MITITARY EXAMINATIONS.

    SIR,—I am much surprised to find that the results of the military examinations are not made public, and the marks given the same as they are in other colonies and every ...

    Article : 141 words
  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Shops and Factories Commission continued its sittings to-day. Wm. Green Coombs, secretary to the Retail Assistants and Journeymen Butchers' Unions, said ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. A SLIGHT MISTAKE.

    SIR,—To-day I again looked over the report of the sub-committee appointed by the Sanitary and General Improvement Associa tion upon the Park-street Rivulet, and ...

    Article : 87 words
  24. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—With reference to the subsidy of the Twins or her purchase by the Government, this is briefly an outline of the negotiations that have been attempted by me ...

    Article : 957 words
  25. THE QUEENSLAND LABOUR QUESTION.

    SIR,—The letter of your discursive correspondent, C. N. Bell, fairly bristles with discrepancies to any one who has the patience to wade through its dreary two and a half ...

    Article : 346 words
  26. THE RECENT ELDER EXPLORATION EXPEDITION.

    A meeting of the local branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia was held to-day, Sir Samuel Davenport in the chair. Several telegrams were read from Mr. Wells, ...

    Article : 681 words
  27. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    The result of the Road Trust election to-day was:—Triffett, 70; W. H. Dixon, 65; W. K. Dixon, 73; G. C. NicholaS, 34. The first three were elected. ...

    Article : 40 words
  28. ZEEHAN RESIDENCE AREAS.

    The sale of residence areas was held to-day, but proceedings were very tame, and only six were sold, but this was in a measure accounted for by 170 taken up ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. FAIR WHITE HANDS.

    PEARS' SOAP—Pure! Fragrant! Refreshing!—For toilet and nursery. Specially prepared for the delicate skin of ladies and children and others sensitive to the weather. ...

    Article : 149 words
  30. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The members of the Victorian bowling team arrived by the express train shortly before noon to-day. They were met at Redfern by Mr. John Young, president, and ...

    Article : 952 words
  31. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] BAPTIST UNION ANNUAL MEETING.

    The Baptist Union meeting was continued to-day. Proceedings opened early this morning, when the members all met at breakfast in the schoolroom, and a large ...

    Article : 503 words
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