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    Elections all over. COMPROMISE and Coalition. MINING prospects on the west coast of Tasmania are good. ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 752 words

    As will be seen from an advertisement in another column Mr. Artemas Golledge, a member of the British Phronological Association, London, is on a visit to Newcastle, and ...

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    PARIS, Saturday.—M. Melin, who, on the resignation of M. Floquet's Ministry, was summoned by President Carnot, is now engaged forming a Cabinet. ...

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  6. Italian Affairs.

    ROME, Saturday.—The Chamber of Deputies to-day passed a vote of confidence in Signor Crispi's Government in connection with the riots of the unemployed in this ...

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    LONDON, Friday.—The Chinese residents of Hongkong have petitioned the British Government urging England to use her influence in inducing America to withdraw ...

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  8. "Times"-Parnell Commission.

    LONDON, Saturday.—It is stated Pigott is the only person who knows the origin of the letters published by the Times. He states he will only reveal what he knows in the ...

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    EIGHT elections, the last of the general election, took place on Saturday. The eight constituencies returned eleven members. Saturday's election gave the Freetraders a ...

    Article : 419 words
  10. Sir Hercules Robinson.

    London, Friday.—Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, will retire on a pension. It is understood that he will be raised to the peerage. Sir Henry ...

    Article : 47 words
  11. Russia and Afghanistan.

    LONDON, Friday.—It is feared in Russia that the presence of the Ameer of Afghanistan in Bokhara will incite the fanatical Mollahs. The St. Petersburg press urges the immediate ...

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    ADELAIDE, Sunday Night.— A terrible tragedy took place at Godalming, Surrey, on January 8. An artist named Jenkins enticed his sweetheart, Emily Jay, into his studio, ...

    Article : 342 words
  13. Roumanian Affairs.

    LONDON, Friday.—A proposal to impeach M. John C. Bratiano, ex-Premier of Roumania, as brought forward in the Roumanian Chamber of Deputies. It was ...

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    AT a special meeting of the Municipal Council of Carrington, held for the purpose of electing the Mayor for the next twelve months, the whole of the aldermen were ...

    Article : 550 words
  15. Anglo-Australian Freights.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Shippers' Committee have urged the brokers to reduce freights to Australia half-a-crown per ton. The decision of the brokers has been adjourned ...

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  16. Victoria and the Paris Exhibition.

    LONDON, Friday.—Sir Graham Berry's persistency in the matter of the representation of Victoria at the Paris Exhibition will probably induce M. Berger, the Executive ...

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  17. Winding-up of Gold Mining Company.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Livingstone Gold Mining Co. is being wound up, with a view of re-forming the company upon a new basis. ...

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  18. Broken Hill Silver Mining.

    LONDON, Friday.—The prospectus of the Consolidated Broken Hill Silver Mining Co., with a capital of £350,000, has been issued. ...

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  19. Russia in Abyssinia.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Cossack expedition, organised by M. Atchinoff, for the purpose of founding a Russian colony in Abyssinia, has not received a satisfactory ...

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  20. Personation at the Bogan Election.

    Samuel Miller was charged at the Dubbo police court on Friday morning with personating at Nevertire, David Miller, of Dubbo, hotelkeeper. The prisoner produced ...

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    TO-NIGHT D'Arcy Stanfield's Burlesquo Company open with the grand spectacular pantomime "Dick Whittington and his Cat." The preparations for the production are on a ...

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  22. Gold Mining in Wales.

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr. W. Pritchard Morgan, M.P. for Merthyr Tydvil, intends to ask the House of Commons to abolish the royalties on gold in Wales. ...

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    the first pitched battle in the political campaign is over, and both sides are claiming a victory. May the writer be permitted to point out, and to the best of his political ...

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  24. Australian Presbyterian Jubilee.

    LONDON, Friday.—English, Scotch, and Irish delegates are likely to attend the Australian Presbyterian Jubilee. Dr. Donald Frazer, of London, will probably represent ...

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  25. The Minister for Works at Bathurst.

    ON Wednesday night Mr. Fletcher, Minister for Works, with Messrs. Hassall and O'Sullivan arrived at Bathurst and were met at the station by a large crowd and escorted to the ...

    Article : 367 words
  26. Another German Betrothal.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Grand Duke Nicholas, Czarewitch of Russia, will be betrothed to Princess Alix, fourth daughter of the Grand Duke of Hesse, before Lent. ...

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  27. Mr. Frank Lincoln.

    On Monday next, the 25th instant, Mr. Frank Lincoln, the celebrated American humourist, will appear at the Victoria Theater in the entirely new and original ...

    Article : 88 words
  28. Irish Affairs.

    LONDON, Friday.—Edward Molloy, an Invincible who was arrested on a charge of having committed perjury when giving evidence before the Times-Parnell Commission, ...

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    MR. G. C. MARTIN, district coroner, on Saturday, held an inquest at Minmi, concerning the death of a young man, named William Durrant, who was killed while working at the ...

    Article : 185 words

    THE usual monthly meeting of the Borehole Lodge was held on Saturday evening. There was a fair attendance, and Mr. R. Jury presided. The minutes of the previous ...

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  31. Boulanger.

    LONDON, Thursday.—General Boulanger has issued a manifesto to the electors, in which he says the Chamber should at once dissolve and remit the question of the ...

    Article : 153 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 184 words

    A SERIOUS accident happened to a little boy, on the Newcastle Coal Company's railway line in Lower Church-street, on Saturday afternoon. The little fellow, whose name is ...

    Article : 170 words



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