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  2. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. BY SUBMARINE CABLE COPYRIGHT FROM OUR SPECIAL. THE SENATE.

    In order to block the progress of the Transcontinental Railway Survey Bill, Senator Givens (Q.) moved the adjournment of the Senate to discuss the state ...

    Article : 403 words
  3. EUROPEAN CABLES BY SUBMARINE CABLE, COPYRIGHT TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. THE CUBAN TROUBLE.

    A peace settlement has not yet been arrived at by the Cuban Government and the rebels. Six hundred American marines have ...

    Article : 43 words
  4. GALLERY NOTES.

    There have been a number of notices of motion on the business-paper, and advantage was taken of private members' day to clear some of them off. Mr. ...

    Article : 596 words
  5. EUROPEAN CABLES PRINCESS ROYAL.

    Three weeks ago the Princess Royal (Duchess of Fife) contracted a chill, which was accompnnied by high fever and considerable weakness and ...

    Article : 92 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,960 words
  7. POURPARLERS COMPLICATED.

    Though the Hon. W. Taft is hopeful, the pourparlers are proving complicated. General Funston, of the United States, has been ordered to proceed to Cuba. ...

    Article : 27 words
  8. CANADA AND AUSTRALASIA.

    Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in reply to the Hon. A. Dcakin's letters of complaint regarding preference to Canada, answered that he immediately, on receipt of the ...

    Article : 54 words
  9. SWIMMING.

    Miss Kellerman, the Australian swimmer, swam a mile at the Eastbourne baths, in England, in 33 minutes 22 seconds. ...

    Article : 45 words
  10. CAUSE OF DELAY.

    A further detailed explanation at Ottowa declares that the Government's intention to immediately instruct Mr. Rose to confer with the Hon. A. Deakin ...

    Article : 57 words
  11. THE UNION JACK.

    The Manitoban Government has decreed that all schools receiving State aid must fly the Union Jack during school hours, under pain of the forfeiture of ...

    Article : 36 words
  12. THE RAILWAY DISASTER.

    Four coaches were derailed at Grantham during the recent railway accident. Nine persons were killed and twenty ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. BETTER COMMUNICATION WANTED.

    The Canadian Manufacturers' Association, at a meeting held at Winnipeg, carried a resolution urging the Government to establish a line of steamers ...

    Article : 35 words
  14. PANAMA CANAL.

    Four bids for the supply of Chinese labour for construction of the Panama Canal have reached Washington. One of the bids amounted to eleven ...

    Article : 45 words
  15. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

    The Postmaste-General (Hon. Austin Chapman) in reply to Mr. Johnson (N.S.W.), said that the European mail contract had been confirmed by the ...

    Article : 460 words
  16. IMPERIAL STATESMANSHIP.

    "The Times" recommends to the extreme Labourites in England an article by Mr. J. C. Watson, which appeared in the "Call." ...

    Article : 55 words
  17. LATER PARTICULARS.

    There were twelve deaths, including that of Mr. Philipson, director of the North-Eastern Railway Co. Sixteen were injured, eight severely ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Bishop Hoare. [The Rt. Rev. J. C. Hoare, Bishop of Victoria in Hongkong, was one of the ...

    Article : 46 words
  19. NEWS OF THE DAY. MAIL FROM ENGLAND.

    The P and O. Company's mail, steamer Mongolia, with the English mails to August 24, arrived at Fremantle on Tuesday, and is due at Largs Bay ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. GENERAL CABLES.

    Sir John Madden, Chief Justice of Victoria, who is visiting England, will sail for Canada and Japan early in November, and will reach Melbourne in ...

    Article : 34 words
  21. THE FIREMAN'S DUTY.

    Firemen shouted wildly when the train was passing Grantham. "The Times" declares that it is the fireman's duty when the engines are ...

    Article : 60 words
  22. A HOME RULE SHADOW.

    Bank of Ireland stock fell from £330 to £307 in ten days, owing to the alarm caused by the Government's intentions with respect to Home Rule. ...

    Article : 30 words
  23. APPOINTMENT OF POLICE CLERK.

    Edwin P. Andrewartha was at yesterday's meeting of the Executive Council transferred from the office of Lands and Surveys to the clerical staff of the ...

    Article : 33 words
  24. HONGKONG TYPHOON.

    The British sloop Phœnix is a total wreck. The total damage aggregates £4,000,000 sterling. ...

    Article : 66 words
  25. BANK OF ENGLAND.

    The Bank of England's profits for the half-year ended August totalled £652,865, making the rest £3,678,892. [The Bank of England has a rest or ...

    Article : 39 words
  26. EXECUTIVE BUSINESS.

    At the Executive Council meeting yesterday, Mr. W. A. Brain was appointed a justice of the peace for Hobart; Mr. Owen Holder, a coroner for ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. IMMENSE PERSONALTY.

    The net personalty of the late T. V. Smith, of Smith, Garrett, and Co., amounted to £1,837,865. ...

    Article : 19 words
  28. THE AMEER'S VISIT.

    The Ameer of Afghanistan has cordially promised to include Lahore, Delhi, Sirhind, and Aligarh, in the list of places to be visited by him in India in ...

    Article : 32 words
  29. FURTHER DAMAGE.

    Further damage was caused at Hongkong by a second typhoon. ...

    Article : 15 words
  30. AN EXTENDED FRANCHISE.

    Under the new Electoral Act, all persons in Great Britain, between thirty and seventy years of age, who are able to read and write, will be entitled to ...

    Article : 38 words
  31. A MISSING MAIL BAG.

    The "Advocate" of the 21st inst. reports:—"Rumours were in circulation last night to the effect that a mail bag had been missed from the E.B.R. ...

    Article : 433 words
  32. CRISIS IN RUSSIA.

    The "Daily Express" correspondent at St. Petersburg states that the Czar did not return to the late General Trepoff's funeral because a Peterhof servant ...

    Article : 60 words
  33. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Colonel Cameron will address the electors at Huonville at 8 o'clock this evening. The Hon. N. K. Ewing announces ...

    Article : 90 words
  34. BRITISH CRUISER LAUNCHED.

    The Countess of Carrington launched the British cruiser Shannon at Chatham. [The Shannon is an armoured cruiser ...

    Article : 37 words
  35. ARTILLERY COLONEL SHOT.

    An artillery colonel at Nicolaieff was shot dead when walking along a Warsaw street. The assassins escaped. ...

    Article : 20 words
  36. RUSSIAN BANK RATE.

    The Russian Imperial bank rate of discount was twelve per cent. during the run in January. A Case for Help.—We have received ...

    Article : 346 words
  37. HOBART TECHNICAL SCHOOL.

    An exhibit consisting of drawings from life, casts, and models, with exmples of machine and geometrical drawing, perspective and design, executed by students ...

    Article : 195 words
  38. JEWS RETALIATE.

    A party of Jews at Odessa, retaliating when attacked, wounded two persons belonging to the Union of the Russian people. ...

    Article : 32 words
  39. NATAL ELECTIONS.

    Deans, an opponent of the Premier (Hon. W. S. Smyth) has been elected for the Unvoti country, defeating Colonel Leuchars by 23, who was also more ...

    Article : 48 words
  40. LATE J. L. TOOLE.

    General surprise is expressed over the wealth of the late J. L. Toole, as it was not thought that he had amassed such a fortune. ...

    Article : 68 words
  41. PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS.

    Necessity is still the mother of inventions, the great majority of which are invented to save trouble, or are the out-growth of need. ...

    Article : 101 words
  42. TREASURY WINDFALLS.

    The deaths of six millionaires since March gave the Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith £1,250,000 above the estimate. The duty on T. V. Smith's estate, with ...

    Article : 34 words
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