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  2. THE CHILIAN EVACUATION OF PERU.

    We take from the Panama Star and Herald of the 1st instant the following interesting account of the evacuation by the Chilians of Callao and Lima, the preceding circumstances attending the final settlement of the peace protocol, ...

    Article : 2,077 words
  3. THE EARTHQUAKE IN THE STRAITS OF SUNDA.

    It was not until a week after the disaster that any news reached Batavia from South Sumatra. On Sunday, September 2, a harbour lighter arrived, having on board a "controlleur" and his family and a clerk. ...

    Article : 3,361 words
  4. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    The magistrates are so full of business at the police court that it is urged upon the Government to create another City Court. It takes them up to 6 o'clock in the evening to get through with their work, and ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  5. CONTINENTAL GOSSIP.

    The discrepancies and contradictions between the accounts given in the Paris journals touching the military doings in Tonquin and Anam, and those received in all the other European contres, constitute one of the ...

    Article : 2,048 words
  6. LORD ROSEBERY'S REPLY TO THE CITY COUNCIL.

    The following is Lord Rosebery's reply to the address of welcome on the part of the City Council:— "Government House, "Melbourne, 14th January, 1884. ...

    Article : 699 words
  7. THE LATE SIGNOR SUSINI.

    An inquest (writes the European Mail) was held the other day on the body of Signor Agostino Giuliano Susini, aged 60, an Italian, and by occupation on operatic singer, lately residing at 108, Lambeth-road. It appears that he ...

    Article : 427 words
  8. THE OLD PINES IN BRIDGE-STREET.

    Sir,—Every native, or I might say every citizen, of Sydney will deeply regret the destruction of the old pines in Bridge-street, which besides being an ornament were of great historical interest, and on that account alone I thinkc ...

    Article : 296 words
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