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    COMPARATIVE STATISTICS.—A 36 page pamphlet of "Comparative Statistics of the British Possessions and Foreign Countries," by Mr. E. C. Nowell, formerly Government ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  3. THE DEAN CASE.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY .—A true bill has been filed against George Gean, W. P. Crick, R.D. Meagher, Daniel Greek, and Mrs. Reynolds, by the Attorney-General in connection ...

    Article : 71 words
  4. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—The Government of Austria has made a proposal to the Powers that the Ambassadors in Turkey shall be given a ...

    Article : 161 words
  5. SHIPPING.

    per Pukaki, s.s. for Sydney, via N.W. Coast ports and Eden—26 bags sand, 1704 bags bark, 301 bags p[?], 4632 bags silver ore, 1620 bags chaff, 12 bags horns, 3 bags hair, ...

    Article : 709 words
  6. LAUNCESTON MAIL TABLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 93 words
  7. A STORMY VOYAGE.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The barque Ganges arrived to-day from Liverpool, and reports having [?] a frightful hurricane on the voyage. Several heavy ...

    Article : 105 words
  8. THE SOLIDARITY OF THE EMPIRE.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—Mr Chamberlain said that he regarded the deputation who met him on the Pacific cable Question as a council of ...

    Article : 79 words
  9. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR.—Our young alderman has at last got two candidates to go the whole log with him, who will not be termed Judas [?] because they may hold a difference of opinion ...

    Article : 486 words
  10. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 128 words
  11. A MUNIFICENT ENDOWMENT.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—Mr P. N. Russell, who was the original founder in Sydney of ths engineering firm of P. N. Russell and Co., and now a resident in ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. AUSTRALIAN STOCK.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—The captain of the s.s. Hubbuck reports that the heavy mortality amongst his vessel's consignment of sheep was due ...

    Article : 41 words
  13. INLAND TELEGRAMS.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—Sir Edward Braddon is in receipt of a despatch from the Agent-General (Sir Robert Herbert), intimating that he is forwarding, at the ...

    Article : 216 words
  14. AN IMPORTANT SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— A highly important speech has been delivered by the Marquis of Salisbury at Brighton. ...

    Article : 340 words
  15. AFRICAN BANK ROBBERY.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—The loss sustained by the Bank of Africa in the robbery of £12,000 of its gold in transit between the Transvaal and ...

    Article : 38 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 191 words
  17. THE FRENCH WARSHIPS.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—Of the two French men-o'-war aground at the the Isle d'Hyeres in the Mediterranean, the cruiser Admiral Baudin has been ...

    Article : 35 words
  18. THE ASHANTI DIFFICULTY.

    LONDON WEDNESDAY Morning.—The Daily Mews announces that Mr Chamberlain has accepted the assurance of Lord Suffield on behalf of the ...

    Article : 97 words
  19. STEALING A JUDGE GARDEN HOSE.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—Arthur Blackmore has been arrested on a charge of stealing a quantity of garden hose, of the value of 50s, the property of Mr Justice Dodds. ...

    Article : 37 words
  20. THE BEACONSFIELD ROAD.

    SIR.—I have again to trouble you with reference to the Beaconsfield-road. In spite of all that has appeared in the Press on this subject the West Tamar trust have done ...

    Article : 979 words
  21. THE SPRING FLORAL SHOW.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—The spring show under the auspices of the Hobart Horticultural Society was held in the Town Hall to-day, and passed off successfully, so ...

    Article : 156 words
  22. ATLANTIC-PACIFIC ROUTE.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—The Times correspondent at Ottawa states that Canada is gratified at the decision of the British Government to ...

    Article : 33 words
  23. RINGAROOMA ELECTORATE.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—To-day the member for Ringarooma (Mr W. J. M'Williams) waited upon different Ministers on matters connected with the district, ...

    Article : 46 words
  24. TREMENDOUS SILVER FINDS

    Will not be of such value to the world as Frossard's Cavour Cigars. Mild and fragrant. Obtained everywhere, 8 for 1s. ...

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  25. VIGOROUS ACTION BY THE SULTAN.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—The latest reports from Stamboul go to show that the Sultan is now thoroughly alarmed, and is taking vigorous ...

    Article : 91 words
  26. COMMERCIAL.

    The s.s Pukaki took as cargo for Sydney yesterday—1 ton sand, valued at £5; 144 tons 13cwt bark (ground), £770; 8 tons 4cwt 1qr pyrites, £105; 232 tons silver ore, ...

    Article : 296 words
  27. INTERCOLONIAL.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—The election of a member to represent Castlemaine in the Legislative Assembly, in the place of the late Sir James Patterson, was held ...

    Article : 78 words
  28. WEST COAST TRAMWAYS.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—The Minister of Works states that there are two camps out, in charge of Messrs. Hales and Bernard, making a flying survey of the Zeehan-Mount ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. ROBBED AT A COFFEE PALACE.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—Robert Watson, from Port Esperance, has been made a victim of theft. He was staying at a coffee palace in Elizabeth-street, and went to bed ...

    Article : 114 words
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    THE number of murders and suicides recently recorded in Australia is remarkable. It would appear as if the Southern Hemisphere had been ...

    Article : 1,625 words
  31. THE SALE TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—An inquest concerning the death of Arthur Montage Short and his two children was held at Sale to-day. No fresh facts were brought to ...

    Article : 59 words
  32. DEATH OF RUSTEM PACHA.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—The death is announced of Rustem Pacha, to whom Lord Salisbury referred io his speech at Brighton, and ...

    Article : 33 words
  33. TASMANIAN TIMBERS IN LONDON.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—Sir Edward Braddon has received a dispatch from Sir Robert Herbert the Agent-General enclosing the cops of a letter which he had received ...

    Article : 339 words
  34. INTERNATIONAL YACHTING.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Morning.—The New York Yachting Club has decided to investigate the charges made in the pamphlet published by ...

    Article : 73 words
  35. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—In the Legislative Council last night the Council went into committee to consider a message from the Legislative Assembly accompanying the ...

    Article : 128 words
  36. NORTH-WEST COAST.

    DEVONPORT, WEDNESDAY.—[?] have improved, an to-day dealers are offering 27s 6d to 30s for shipment by the s.s. Pukaki on Fridayl after her departure it is ...

    Article : 129 words
  37. THE NEW PACIFIC CABLE.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—The Secretary of State for the Colonies, having had the question of laying a new Pacific cable under consideration ...

    Article : 204 words
  38. VICTORIA.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 102 words
  39. THE GUNNEDAH POISONING CASE.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The girl named Ethel Wright who accused Frank Roberts of attempting to poison a family at Gunnedah, and subsequently confessed that the charge ...

    Article : 118 words
  40. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.—New wheat strongly competed for; prices unchanged. ...

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  41. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.-Flour firm at £11; wheat nominal; chaff £5 5s; oats 2s 10d to 2s 11d; Circular head potatoes, 75s; New Zealands, 80s. ...

    Article : 31 words
  42. SCOTTSDALE.

    SCOTTSDALE, WEDNESDAY.—Tucker's sawmill has been burnt down, and the whole of the machinery has been destroyed. Twenty thousand feet saleable and 15,000 feet of ...

    Article : 175 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 25 words
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