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  2. LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

    FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ...

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  3. ALARMING SPREAD OF INFLUENZA.

    The outbreak of influenza in Europe has now crossed the Atlantic and assumed such widespread dimensions that we cannot ignore the possibility that this latest epidemic may find ...

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  4. HARRISVILLE POLICE COURT.

    Annie Salmon appeared, on bail, charged with larceny as a public servant. Sergeant Woodcraft, of Harrisville, deposed: On the 14th ultimo, I received a ...

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  5. Elsie Hall's Success.

    Elsie Stanley Hall, the Queensland child planiste, gave a performance, last evening, at the Lady Mayoress's reception. Her playing was greatly admired, and ...

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  6. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    Arrangements are being made for hold-ingachess congress, in Sydney, in September next. Liberal prizes will he offered for players in three or more classes, and ...

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  7. Germany and France.

    The Emperor William ia desirous to improve the relations between Germany and France. With this object in view, he intends proposing a peaceful ...

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  8. American and Canadian Chess.

    The international chess match between champions representing the United States and Canada has resulted in a decisive victory for the Yankees. ...

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  9. Safety of Dr. Peters.

    Dr. Peters, the German explorer, who, was repeatedly said, some time ago, to have been killed by the natives, is credibly reported to have reached Kadnoudo, on ...

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  10. The Floods.

    A man, named Thrupp, recently purchased 1000 sheep, and was taking them to his selection, near Surat, when the floods overtook him, in the old police ...

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  11. The Emperor of Germany.

    The Emperor William intends to visit both England and Russia during the approaching summer. ...

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  12. The Emperor and Bismarck.

    It is reported that Prince Bismarck and the Emperor quarrelled in consequence of the former's disapproval of his sovereign's bold colonial extension ...

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  13. German International Exhibition.

    It has been suggested that an International Exhibition should be held in Berlin, and the project has already received the support of the Emperor ...

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  14. Germany, Russia, and Austria.

    Considerable uneasiness prevails, in Austria, at the announcement of Emperor William's intention to be present at the Russian military man[?]uvres at ...

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  15. Illness of the Marquis of Normanby.

    The Marquis of Normanby, late Governor of Queensland, is ill at Brightor, and his condition is such as to cause his friends grave anxiety. ...

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  16. Stanley's Action against Tippoo.

    Emin Pasha vehemently denies that he is any way concerned in the action brought by Mr. Stanley against Tippoo Tib. ...

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  17. Monument to Bismarck.

    It is proposed to commemorate the services Prince Bismarck has rendered to the German Empire by erecting a monument to him in Berlin. ...

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  18. The Yield of Hops.

    Evidence given before the select committee of the House of Commons upon the hop-growing industry points to a serious decrease in the hop production ...

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  19. Servia and Bulgaria.

    The Government of Servia have, upon a trifling pretext, suspended diplomatic relations with Bulgaria. The Bulgarians are preparing to resist ...

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  20. MELBOURNE.

    The cabman, Alexander M'Row, was committed for trial, on a charge of manslaughter, to-day, in connection with the recent fatal collision between his cab and ...

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  21. The Bootmakers' Strike.

    Many of the master-bootmakers in the East End of London are conceding the demands of their employees for the erection of factories and the abolition ...

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  22. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    At the annual Licensing Court, to-day, a special police report, describing the character of the building and the state of the premises, accompanied each ...

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  23. The German Liberals and the Emperor's Plans.

    The Deutsche Freisinnige, or German Liberal party, objecting to Herr Richter's opposition to the Emperor William's labour programme, he has ...

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  24. German Influence in Africa.

    Emin Pasha, who, as Governor of the Equatorial provinces of Egypt, was the object of Stanley's celebrated relief expedition, has now accepted service ...

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  25. MARYBOROUGH.

    An inquiry was commenced, to-day, into the circumstances connected with the death of John Thomas, a warder at the reception-house. The inquiry was ...

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  26. LICENSING COURT.

    The Licensing Authority then sat, and the following applications were dealt with:—RENKWALS. James Boyle, Duke of York Hotel; granted ...

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  27. Pasteur's Representatives in Australia.

    Judge Wilkinson, of New South Wales, in a letter to the Times, declares that M. Pasteur's representatives, Dr. Germont and M. Loir, received no ...

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  28. ROCKHAMPTON.

    The receipts at the Lands Office, last month, were £6236 5s. Id., of which £5942 1s. 3d. was on account of March rents, leaving £1056 18s. of the latter to ...

    Article : 77 words
  29. The French in Dahomey.

    The French troops in Dahomey have repulsed a force of 2000 natives, on the Kalonou River, with heavy loss. ...

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  30. The Central Districts.

    The greater part of North Rockhampton, from Bridge-street to the approach of Fitzroy Bridge, and from the Devil's Elbow to Moore's Creek, is under water, ...

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  31. Lord Carrington.

    It has become known that Lord Carrington, the present Governor of New South Wales, has taken a flat on the Thames Embankment, and it was ...

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  32. ALBANY.

    The Messageries steamer Australian arrived here at 8 o'clock last night. ...

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  33. BOWEN.

    In the case of the Crown against J. S. Collings, for obtaining money under false pretences from the South Australian Mortgage Company, Judge Noel ruled ...

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  34. CAUTION.

    OWING to the succes of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters in curing all diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, ...

    Article : 107 words
  35. Troubles in Russia.

    The Czar has taken suddenly ill. April 3. The St. Petersburg correspondent of the London Chronicle states that the ...

    Article : 153 words
  36. AUCKLAND.

    Dr. M'Leod was arrested, at Napier, to-day, charged with attempted rape, at Woollahra, New South Wales, three years ago. ...

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  37. Parliamentary Election.

    Mr. Barry, a Tory, has been elected member for Windsor, in the room of Mr. R. Richardson Gardner. The other candidate, Mr. Grenfell, a Separatist, ...

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  38. TOWNSVILLE.

    Thirty-seven renewals of hotel licenses were granted to-day, there being that number of hotels within the municipality. ...

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  39. English Sporting.

    The latest betting is 2 to 1 against Mr. A. Merry's colt Surefoot for the Two Thousand Guineas, to be run on the 30th of April; and 7 to 2 against the ...

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  40. Hurricane in the South Sea Islands.

    The A.U.S.N. Company's steamer Birksgate arrived this morning from the New Hebrides, Noumea, and Fiji, and was welcomed by many, but the news ...

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  41. CHARTERS TOWERS.

    Heavy rain fell yesterday. Late in the afternoon Millchester Creek ran very high, and a well-known old resident of the district, named Matthew Murray, was ...

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  42. TRUTHS.

    They are compounded from Hops, Buch[?], Mandrake, and Dundelion—theoldest best and most valuable medicines in the world [?]nd contain all the best and most curative properties ...

    Article : 123 words
  43. Expedition against the Somalis.

    Another expedition against the Somalis is being fitted out, by the British, at Aden. [Somaliland is almost opposite to Aden, and ...

    Article : 306 words
  44. THURSDAY ISLAND.

    The Dorunda sails this evening, taking seven steesage passengers and the Quetta survivors; also Mr. J. C. Brown for Batavia. ...

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  45. Advertising

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  46. REMEMBER:

    £500 (five hundred pounds) will be paid for any case that Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters will not cure or help. See that each bottle bears genuine ...

    Article : 44 words
  47. GERALDTON.

    A petition was forwarded, by the last mail, to the Chief Secretary, signed by a majority of the subscribers to the Geraldton Hospital complaining of the action ...

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