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  2. THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC.

    Dr. Haffkine, assistant to M. Pasteur, the French scientist, has inoculated Mr. Stanhope, a New York Herald reporter, with Pasteur's anti-choleraic vaccine. Mr. ...

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    New Zealand advices state that the steamer Pake[?]a was on her last trip unable to obtain the usual cargo of frozen meat, and was in consequence sent to Australia for lading. The ...

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  4. QUEENSLAND.

    The following are the latest stock passings: —9000 wethers from Terrick for Normanby, Wallace and Casey owners, Ross drover; also 10,000, Cowen drover. These sheep look ...

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  5. THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE.

    In response to an advertisement in this morning's papers the offices of Messrs. Baxter and Saddler were thronged all day by mon eager to engage for Broken Hill, several ...

    Article : 123 words
  6. RAUB AUSTRALIAN SYNDICATE.

    The sixth annual meeting of the Raub Australian Syndicate, Limited, was held at the registered office of the company yesterday morning. The Hon. M. Hume Black occupied ...

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  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    "The Bells of Normandy' continue to prove attraetive at the Theatre Royal, and will be repeated to-night and on Thursday night. Friday evening has been set apart for ...

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  8. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The Times, in an article published today, says that Mr. W. J. Lyne, New South Wales Minister for Works, put his finger on one of the weakest spots in the polity of ...

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  9. INTERCOLONIAL.

    In the summons division of the Water Police Court to-day the adjourned case of Mary Catherine Crick against William Patrick Crick, M.L.A., for maintenance, was called on, and it ...

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  10. SHIPMENT OF FAT CATTLE.

    The Railway wharves and the steamer Federal presented quite an animated appearance yesterday morning. A crowd of people had gathered to watch the loadiug of cattle ...

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  11. SOUTHERN PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day the debate on the motion of censure was resumed, and at an early slage showed signs of fizzling. Mr. Booth and Mr. Wilkinson, both ...

    Article : 472 words
  12. THE ST: JOHN'S FIRE.

    The Mayor of Brisbane has received the following latter from the Lord Mayor of London, requesting him to open a subscription in Brisbane to aid the sufferers by the terrible ...

    Article : 422 words
  13. AUSTRALASIAN MEDICAL CONGRESS.

    The work of the third session of the Intercolonial Medical Congress of Australasia was continued this morning in the medical school of the University, when the congress sat in ...

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  14. INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The committee appointed to select the team to represent Queensland in the Intercolonial Rifle Match, to be competed at Sydney in October next, met at the Exchange on Monday ...

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