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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,271 words
  3. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. BY SUBMARINE CABLE COPYRIGHT FROM OUR SPEGIAL. THE SENATE.

    A call of the Senate having been made for the purpose of passing the third reading of the Constitution Amendment Senate Elections Bill, thirty-four ...

    Article : 418 words
  4. THE COMMONWEALTH BY SUBMARINE CABLE COPYRIGHT FROM OUR SPECIAL. HIGH COURT DECISION.

    The High Court to-day reversed the decision of the State Acting Chief Justice. Under the Dentists Act, a man named E. W. Dormer was fined £6 by the ...

    Article : 94 words
  5. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. COLONEL CAMERON AT COLEBROOK.

    Colonel Cameron addressed a large meeting at the Public Hall, Colebrook, on Monday night, 17th inst. The Hon. William Clifford presided. ...

    Article : 281 words
  6. EUROPEAN CABLES CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT.

    Brandenberg, director of the South Holland Mortgage Bank, has been arrested on a charge of embezzling £58,300 sterling. ...

    Article : 44 words
  7. EUROPEAN CABLES BY SUBMARINE CABLE, COPYRIGHT TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. A TYPHOON AT MANILA.

    A typhoon greatly damaged the shipping at Manila. Many deaths were also caused. Business is at a standstill. ...

    Article : 39 words
  8. CRUELTY TO NATIVES

    A Natal commission, consisting of Mr. Justice Beaumont, Sir Jamas Hulett, and Mr. Evans, a member of the Legislative Assembly, was appointed to ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. DAMAGE AT HONG KONG.

    Upwards of one hundres persons were drowned during a two hours' terific typhoon at Hongkong. The damage done is estimated at ...

    Article : 144 words
  10. TARIFF COMMISSION'S REPORT.

    Sir Jno. Quick stated to-day that the Tariff Commission would present a further progress report, probably on Friday, covering all minutes of the ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. THE DEFENCE FORCES.

    The report by the Acting Secretary of Defence shows the strength of the naval forces as follows:—Permanent, 171; naval militia, 907. ...

    Article : 67 words
  12. CUBAN INSURRECTION.

    The Cuban leaders informed the authorities at Wallington that they will facilitate peace if guaranteed a fair general election, and if the present ...

    Article : 32 words
  13. THE HON. NORMAN EWING AT PORT CYGNET.

    This candidate for federal honours addressed a public meeting in Watt's Hall on Monday evening, 17th inst. There was a good attendance, the ...

    Article : 954 words
  14. SJAMBOKING CHINAMEN.

    Owing to the assertions of Ratc[?]iffe, the Rand Labour leader, the Colonial Office recently ordered the prosecution of Mr. Jamieson, manager of the Cason ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. THE ANTI-GAMBLING CRUSADE ADDRESS BY THE REV. T. B. S. WOODFULL.

    In the Theatre Royal last night the Rev. T. B. S. Woodfull, of Collingwood, Victoria, spoke on the gambling evil. About 200 people were present. Mr. J. ...

    Article : 1,548 words
  16. A DISPOSSESSED TENANT.

    A dozen police, with the greatest difficulty, repelled a furious peasant attack on an emergency man who was guarding the house of a dispossessed tenant ...

    Article : 51 words
  17. A RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

    A railway train was precipitated into the Cimarron River, between Dover and Oklahoma, in the United States, owing to the track yielding. ...

    Article : 55 words
  18. HOLLAND'S MONARCHY.

    Leading German newspapers suggest that, in the event of Queen Wilhelmina dying childless, the succession should revert to the Prince Consort's family. ...

    Article : 70 words
  19. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The Postmaster-General (Hon. A. Chapman), in reply to Mr. Hughes (N.S.W.), said that he would make inquiries as to whether boys were being employed in ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. AN OVERDUE SHIP.

    The ship Glenholm, 1,804 tons, which left Newcastle on June 21 for Va[?]so, has arrived at her destination. As the Glenholm was some time ...

    Article : 45 words
  21. THE NIGERIAN TROUBLE.

    Ten members of a secret society in Southern Nigeria implicated in the Agbor rising have been sentenced to death. ...

    Article : 182 words
  22. A LIBELLOUS STATEMENT.

    Matilda Stanley, once organist at Hatfield House, the residence of the late Marquis of Salisbury, has been sentenced at the Old Bailey to six months' ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. CUSTOMS DUTIES.

    The House went into committee of ways and means to further consider the motion moved by Sir Wm. Lyne,—"That certain duties be raised by 10 per cent[?] as against ...

    Article : 783 words
  24. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 686 words
  25. DRAMATIC WEDDING.

    Miss Mary Macdonald, a merchant's daughter at Brooklyn, discovered that Thober, her lover, had betrayed and deserted his previous fiancee, Miss ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. CRISIS IN RUSSIA.

    Socialists at Odessa proclaim that they will kill three officials for every patriot executed by drum-head courtmartial. ...

    Article : 42 words
  27. AMERICAN RAILWAYS.

    Harriman and others are negotiating for £8,000,000 sterling worth of shares in the Baltimore-Ohio railway, recently bought by Buhn Loeb from the ...

    Article : 58 words
  28. JEWS ARRESTED.

    Two hundred Jews were arrested haphaza[?] at Siedlce, and will be tried before a court-martail composed of office[?] implicated in the massacre. ...

    Article : 48 words
  29. MOORS AND CHRISTIANS.

    As a fanatical Saharon sorcerer, who had been the Sultan's guest at Fez, was returning to Shinghit, his followers looted a French store at Casablanca, ...

    Article : 48 words
  30. THE CZAR'S SERVANTS.

    Many servants at the Czar's palace have been arrested for allowing active sympathy with the revolutionaries. ...

    Article : 26 words
  31. VIVISECTION LAWS.

    A Royal Commission, with Viscount Selby as chairman, and including Sir William Collins, John Macfadyean, and Walter Gaskell, has been appointed to ...

    Article : 399 words
  32. THE SVEABORG MUTINY.

    Seventeen sailors sentenced at Sveaborg for mutiny were shot yesterday. Eighty others have been sentenced to servitude and service in disciplinary ...

    Article : 34 words
  33. INHABITANTS SEARCHED.

    The gunboats and troops stopped Warsaw traffic on the river, and in the streets of one district, while soldiers searched nine hundred inhabitants. ...

    Article : 26 words
  34. APPEAL TO KING EDWARD.

    The Jews have petitioned King Edward to intercede with the Czar regarding the rumoured fresh masaacre at Sipdlee. ...

    Article : 73 words
  35. M. STOLYPLN AND THE JEWS.

    M. Stolypin informed a deputation of Jews that he had telegraphed that it was undesirable to summarily try the Jews at Siedlee. ...

    Article : 28 words
  36. THE CZAR IN FEAR.

    The Czar's action in abandoning his intention to shorten his cruise, in order to attend the late General Trepoff's funeral, is interpreted as a sign that ...

    Article : 40 words
  37. ACHES AND PAINS.

    When you have an ache or pain, it is a sign that the nerves in that part of your body need attention. By applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm you soothe the ...

    Article : 71 words
  38. INCITING THE MOB.

    There is intense alarm among the Jews in Odessa, as soldiers and police are inciting the mob opposite Jewish shops. ...

    Article : 38 words
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