The Sydney DALLY [?] of [?] gives the Parkes Government an unmerciful suashing." The fact that the TELEGRAPH has so strongly supported the Ministry up to tho present ...Article : 256 words
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD in its telegraphic report of Tuesday's proceeding at the Intercolonial Medical Congress in Melbourne says:- Dr. Chisholm Ross, of sydney, contributed to ...Article : 719 words
London, Jan. 3.— In view of the opposition displayed by a section of the London press towards the proposed visit of Mr. Gladstone to the Pope, the right hon. gentleman intimates that the ...Article : 99 words
London, Jan.7 — Great alarm has been created in paris by the report that the great Eiffle Tower, nearing completion, is visibly declining, and in danger of collapsing. ...Article : 154 words
London, January 2.—The judge appointed to inquire into tho accident that occurred to the Czar's train on the Azov railway, in October last, has made a report to the authorities, which ...Article : 59 words
London, January 5.— The appointments of Sir Henry Wylie Norman as Governor of Queensland, and of the Earl of Kintore as Governor of South Australia, Lave been officially gazetted. ...Article : 35 words
Auckland, Monday.— News is to hand that H.M.S. Hyacinth has arrived are Honolulu, having on board 24 sailors belonging to the Harmful ship Hermann and the Swedish barque 'Virge, both of ...Article : 83 words
MR. DIBBS UNDERTAKES TO FORM A NEW MINISTRY. As was anticipated, the Ministry resigned on Thursday in consequence of the vote of censure carried against them in the Assembly on the ...Article : 473 words
London, January 4.— It has transpired that her Majesty the Queen presented 25 guineas to Miss Valerie Weidemann, the plaintiff in the action for breach of promise brought against Robert Horace ...Article : 82 words
LONDON, January 3.— A number of evictions are being carried out, on the estate of a landlord named Olphert, in Donegal County. A force of 200 military, besides, police, were present. The ...Article : 158 words
London, January 4 — The personalty of the late Sir William Pearce, Bart., M.P. for Govan, Lancashire, and a member of the shipping firms of John Elder and Co., and the Guion S.S. Co., ...Article : 52 words
London, January 6.— Her Majesty the Queen has signified her intention of bequeathing all the presents bestowed upon her in honour of the Jubilee celebration of her accession to the throne, and ...Article : 87 words
London, Jan. 5.— Mr. William O'Brien, M.P. for North—east Cork, has been summoned for having incited the tenants of Kerry to resist payment of rent. ...Article : 32 words
London, Jan. 7.— Forty Brennan torpedoes are being utilised for costal defence of Great Britain. Sheerness has been appointed a testing station. ...Article : 26 words
London, Jan. 7.— The Princess Helene of Russia had a miraculous escape from death yesterday. She was being driven in a sledge along the Charkvo railway, when the vehicle was overtaken ...Article : 67 words
London, Jan. 5.— Mr. Gladstone has written a letter in which he expresses the opinion that the duration of Parliament under the terms of the Septennial Act is the only block to the early attainment of Home Rule. ...Article : 44 words
London, Jan. 7 .— Mr. William O'Brien, M.P. has been summoned for inciting resistance to the provisions of the Crimes Act. Mr. John Finucane, M.P. for East Limerick, ...Article : 43 words
London, January 7.— The supreme Court of Lsipsie has decided that the evidence against Professor Geffcken, who was arrested on a charge of having revealed State secrets by publishing ...Article : 52 words
London, Jan. 7.—It is reported that Mr. A. J. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, is in imminent danger of assassination by Irish Invincibles. He is carefully guarded by a strong body of police. ...Article : 49 words
THE council of the Imperial Federation League, England, have addressed the following letter of condolence to the family of the late Right Hon. W. R. Dalley through the Hon. S. A. Joseph, ...Article : 399 words
London, January 7.—A deserter from the dervishes' camp, who has come into Suakim, states that Osman Digna, with. 1200 followers, is I at present at Handoub. He refuses to retire ...Article : 52 words
London, Jan. 8.— The Eight Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P., Chief Secretary for Ireland, has delivered a speech on the irish question, in which, referring to the recent resistance to evicting parties in ...Article : 96 words
London, January 7.— A terrible wreck is reported from the Black Sea. A vessel was caught in a Violent storm and became a total wreck, 100 persons on board being lost. ...Article : 38 words
The inquiry into the fatal file at the Wentworth House Family Hotel, which was carried to an advanced stage by the late Mr. If. T. Wilkinson, J.P., was commenced de novo by the new ...Article : 113 words
London, Jan. 7.—Two elections took place in France yesterday for representatives in the Chamber of Deputies, one being for the Department of Somme and the other for the Department ...Article : 84 words
London, Jan. 10.—Mr. William O'Brien, M.F., Speaking at a Convention of the Irish National League at Kildare, said that crimeless Ireland was defeating Balfourism. ...Article : 27 words
Our Subscribers are particularly requested to notify us immediately of any irregularity in the delivery of tho paper either through the post or by runners. It is only by assistance of this kind ...Article : 181 words
ANOTHER remarkable fact in connection with the late "Dr. Drummond" who absconded from Ashfield with his wife's money, about three months ago, and died suddenly at Colombo, has been ...Article : 175 words
London, January 7.— Mr. Phineas T. Barnum, the famous American showman, has retired from business upon a fortune of l0,000,000 dols. ...Article : 24 words
London, Jan. 8.— The inquiry which, was held into the accusation against Dr. Geffeken, of having betrayed State secrets in compiling the life of the late Emperor Frederick of Germany, led to the ...Article : 146 words
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