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    The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York have introduced a new form of tablet calendar in which the week's engagements may be written on a page, while the calender for the ...

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  3. MAY DAY DEMONSTRATIONS.

    Everything is reported to be quiet on the Continent. Several additional regiments of troops entered Paris at daybreak this morning, ...

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  4. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The colonial Agents-General will entertain Sir Robert Herbert, late Permanent Under Secretary for the Colonies, at a banquet at the Hotel Windsor on the 16th ...

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  5. THE WINDSOR MURDER.

    It was a cold, wet, and gloomy morning when Williams made his appearance for the last time in the dock to-day. The prisoner, who seemed somewhat refreshed by his Sunday's ...

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  6. QUEENSLAND.

    The members of the various local authorities in and around Toowoomba, and the general public, will entertain Mr. W. H. Groom at a banquet on Thursday night prior to his ...

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  7. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Although the day was fine it was very threatening all the morning from the south, as if rain would fall before the match for the sculling championship of the world between J. ...

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  8. THE ANARCHIST CAMPAIGN.

    A bag containing a dynamite cartridge and a number of documents in a foreign language has been found on the walls of the Woolwich arsenal. ...

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  9. INTERCOLONIAL.

    A comparative statement of the revenue returns for the months of April, 1891 and 1892, has been published, and shows an increase for the present year of £65,623 3s. 3d. The main ...

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  10. PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP UNION.

    A meeting for the purpose of inaugurating in Brisbane a Fellowship Union in connection with the Presbyterian Church was held in the Divinity Hall last night. The chair was taken ...

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  11. THE GOVERNOR'S NORTHERN TOUR.

    Yesterday afternoon the Governor and party were driven to the State school, whole there was a large gathering, consisting of the sohool children and their friends and the school ...

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  12. EIGHT-HOUR MOVEMENT.

    There was an enormous gathering at the meeting of workers and others held in Hyde Park to-day in support of the Eight-hour Day movement, but the proceedings were ...

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