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  2. The American Jumping Frog Puzzle.

    A FURTHER addition to the list of amusing modern puzzles has recently been brought out—to wit, "The American Jumping Frog Puzzle." The task of working it is ...

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    THE Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamship Cathay, with the incoming English mails, via Suez, to February 11, sailed from Glenelg for Melbourne, at 3 ...

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  4. The Forthcoming Race Meetings.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The general entries for the Australian Jockey Club autumn meeting, the Sydney Turf Club, and the Hawkesbury autumn meeting, closed ...

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    GLENELG (s.s.), Nicholson, from Sydney. J. and A, Brown, agents. TRANSPORT, br g, 397, Davis, from Sydney. J. C. Ellis, agent ...

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    CONSTANTINOPLE, March 18.—The Greek Ambassador, having communicated to the representatives of the Powers the definite refusal of his Government to accept the ...

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  8. Address to Mr. R. A. H. Mitchell.

    A SYDNEY journal says:—We have been afforded another opportunity of inspecting a further production of Mr. M. E. Meyers, Parke-street, in the shape of an ...

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  9. Latest Parliamentary News.

    SYDNEY Tuesday.—Mr. H. Levien moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of commenting on the action of the Narrabri magistrates for striking ...

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  10. The s.s. Kembla.

    THREE was a heavy fog outside Sydney Heads on Monday morning; and as the steamer Kembla, from Newcastle, arrived off the Heads, just as the fog came on very ...

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  11. DEPARTURES.—March 22.

    TARAMUNG (s s), for Melbourne CHEVIOT (s. s), for Melbourne via Sydney COASTWISE.—Beagle, Diamantina, for Manning River; Saxonia, Lubra. Kembla (strs.), ...

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  12. IMPORTS.

    From Melbourne, ex EASBY (s.): 300 bags potatoes ...

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  13. EXPORTS.

    To Lyttelton, per GLENROSA: 1200 tons coal To Manila, per MACEDON: 745 tons coal To Melbourne, per TARAMUNG (s.): 1300 tons coal ...

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  14. A New French Loan.

    PARIS, March 18.—A Government loan of one milliard francs (forty million pounds sterling) is about to be placed on the European market. The price of the issue ...

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  15. The Australian Mails.

    THE R.M.S. Rohilla, Which left Melbourne on the 16th February, arrived at Galle on the 8th inst., and the R.M.S. Hydaspes, with the London mails via Brindisi, dated ...

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    FRANCE CHERRIE, French, 638, Sarevey; A. A. Co.'s wharf, discharging. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents GLENROSA, 835, Palmer; No. 5 hydraulie ...

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  17. Rifle Shooting.

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  18. Honest Tars

    THE simplest post office in the world is in Magellan Straits, and has been established there for some years past. It consists of a small cask, which is chained to ...

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  19. The Supply Bill.

    LONDON, March 18.—In the House of Commons to-night, the discussion on the Government Supply Bill was again resumed. The measure is now making ...

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  20. Rainer's Panoramas.

    FROM a private letter we learn that Mr. J. C. Rainer's panoramas of the American War and Turco Russian War, under the management of Mr. Henry Stanley, ...

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  21. New Regulations for Naval Cadetships.

    LONDON, March 19.—New regulations were issued by the Admiralty to-day affecting the appointments of Naval cadets to her Majesty's ships of war. ...

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  22. The New Czar.

    LONDON, March 19.—The new Czar of Russia, Alexander III., has thanked the British House of Lords and the British House of Commons for their expressions ...

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  23. The Late Emperor of Russia.

    LONDON, March 20.—The remains of the late Emperor of Russia have been removed to the Cathedral. The cortege formed on the occasion was very large, and the ...

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  24. The "Art Critic Humbug" Again.

    THE tables were turned on a Sydney musical critic by M. Kowalski the other day. Critic had been rather severe on musician, and had referred to the recitals ...

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    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—At a meeting of manufacturers yester night, at which there were nearly 100 present, a resolution was passed declaring that the policy of the ...

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    LONDON, March 21.—The Boers have accepted the terms of peace proposed, and are to return to their homes as quickly as possible. The British garrison remains as ...

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    OBSCENE LANGUAGE.—Charles Durbin, for using obscene language at Tighe's Hill, was fined 20s; in default, fourteen days; for resisting Constable Smith in ...

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  28. Mr. Parnell.

    LONDON, March 21.—Mr. Parnell has been absent from his seat in the House of Commons for some time. His prolonged stay in Ireland is causing much comment. ...

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  29. Joyful Russia.

    THE Golos gives publicity to a terrible story of priestly and peasant barbarity, reaching that journal from Uschitza, in the Government of Podolia. Some short ...

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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The ship Clyde left Plymouth on Saturday with 311 immigrants. The whole of the Sydney curries are ...

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    THE friends of liberty will have heard with the deepest regret, of the continued attempts on the part of the Nihilists to attain their ends by ...

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  36. Royal Mail Notice.

    The malls by the R.M.S. Zealandia close at the General Post Office, Sydney, on Thursday, the 24th March, 1881, as follows:—Registered letters, at noon; unregistered letters, at 1 ...

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  37. Queensland Items.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—A fire occurred at Toowoomba on Saturday, but was fortunately confined to stables. A valuable block of buildings very narrowly escaped. ...

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  38. An Innocent New Zealander.

    A YOUNG man, a native of New Zealand, arrived in Sydney a few days ago on his way to the Mount Poole rush (says the E. News), and last Wednesday night got into ...

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    Kitchen Garden.—Keep all beds clear of weeds by hooing Plant out cabbage, cauliflower, colory, Brussels sprents, &c., for succession. Always have beds dug in dry weather, full depth, and manured, so that every ...

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    When all the clap-trap tonic nostrums of modern quackery have gone to the limbo of things despised, the famous "Dew of the Alps," that for five hundred years has hold ...

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  41. Victorian News.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The Queen's Birthday Gold Mining Co. at Dunnolly cleared off on Saturday 1005 tons, from which was obtained 806oz 12dwt gold. ...

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  42. Closing of the Melbourne Exhibition.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Melbourne International Exhibition was closed to-day. The supplementary list awards that Mr. T. Richards' (Government Printer) ...

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  43. Public School Teachers.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The following are gazetted teachers of Public Schools:—Mistress, Miss Maria Calian; pupil, Miss Miriam Verney, Lambton. Evening ...

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  44. Advertising

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