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  2. INTERCOLONIAL

    MELBOURNE, THURSDAY.—In the Assembly this evening several members urged the Government to communicate with the p[?]er Solonies with a view to the erection of ...

    Article : 40 words
  3. MOUNT LYELL DISTRICT.

    GORMANSTON, MONDAY.—The returns for October from the Mount Lyell smelters are of the usual satisfactory nature, and the amount of are treated, 4287 tons for 42[?] ...

    Article : 163 words
  4. INLAND TELEGRAMS

    HOBART, THURSDAY. — The retiring aldermen, Messrs. Watcborn, Beynolds, and Smith will offer themselves for re-election next month. ...

    Article : 23 words
  5. PARLIAMENT.

    The PRESIDENT (Mr Adye Douglas) took the chair at 4 p.m. CROWN LANDS BILL. The CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr ...

    Article : 945 words
  6. SUPREME COURT.

    The Chief Justice (Sir Lambert Dobron) presided at the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court yesterday, there being only two cases to be disposed of. ...

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  7. Advertising

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  8. THE SECRETARY OF MINES.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—Mr F. Belstead left this morning to attend a meeting of the Mount Cameron Water-race Board at Scottsdale on Monday. He goes via St. Helen's. ...

    Article : 30 words
  9. THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION.

    MELBOURNE, THURSDAY.—The Premier (Mr G. Turner) is hopeful of bringing the [?]ion to a close before the Christmas holf[?]ays. ...

    Article : 23 words
  10. SPORTING

    Mr W. Policy was yesterday granted a licence to sell at a booth on the Mowbray racecourse on Saturday on the occasion of the T.T.C. Races. ...

    Article : 29 words
  11. THE POSTAL CONFERENCE.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—In subsequence of pressing Parliamentary duties the Treasurer (Sir Philip Fyah) will be unable to attend the Intercolonial Postal Conference, ...

    Article : 46 words
  12. PROPOSED PRESBYTERIAN UNION.

    MELBOURNE, THURSDAY.—At to-day's sitting of the general assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria the debate on the proposed scheme of union between the ...

    Article : 72 words
  13. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—A special meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club was held to-day to consider the protect lodged by the owner of the [?]are Nonette against the ...

    Article : 82 words
  14. THE BATHURST CONVENTION.

    HOBART, THURSDAY. — The Treasurer (Sir Philip Fyah) purposes visiting Melbourne next week, and hopes to proceed to the Bathurst Federal Conference. ...

    Article : 26 words
  15. SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION.

    For a considerable time representations have been made to the [?]acation Department of the necessary of providing more adequate [?] accommodations for this ...

    Article : 529 words
  16. POLICE CHANGES.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—Constable Ross, who was for some time stationed at Georgetown, has just been transferred from Sandy Bay to Newtown. ...

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  17. AQUATICS.

    A special general meeting of the Tamar Rowing Club was held at the boat-sheds last evening, when there was a good attendance of members. The [?] was to adopt a ...

    Article : 63 words
  18. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, THURSDAY.—News from the country districts is to the effect that extremely dry weather is again being experienced, which is having a disastrons effect ...

    Article : 36 words
  19. THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

    The Great Western Railway Bill was further considered in committee. Mr HENRY asked the railing of the Acting-Chairman as to their mode of ...

    Article : 883 words
  20. FALSE PRETENCES.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.— At the Police Court this morning John M'Arthur, a butcher by trade, was sent to gaol for one month for having obtained money by false ...

    Article : 42 words
  21. INTERCOLONIAL SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, THURSDAY.—The accounts over the V.R.C. meeting are not yet made up, but it is believed the profits of the meeting will not exceed £8500. ...

    Article : 33 words
  22. HANDLING CITY GARBAGE.

    SYDNEY, THURSDAY.—The finance committee of the City Council to-day adopted the report of the sub-committee, that area means of dealing with the garbage of the ...

    Article : 67 words
  23. A BAD RECORD.

    HOBART, THURSDAY. — A well-known character named Harry Hatfield, [?]6 years of age, was sent to goal this morning for seven days on a charge of being drunk and ...

    Article : 73 words
  24. CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB.

    AUCKLAND, THURSDAY.—At the Canterbury Jockey Club meeting to-day the Derby was won by Uniform, with Potter second, and Epaulette third. The Metropolitan ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. WEST COAST STEAMERS.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.— Owing to the water on Macquarie Harbor bar having decreased in depth the, Onion Steamship Company has decided to despatch steamers ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. PROPOSAL TO ERECT NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.

    SYDNEY, THURSDAY.—In the Legislative Assembly a motion that the expediency of erecting a new Parliament House be referred to the public works committee was ...

    Article : 47 words
  27. THE AUSTRAL WHEEL BACK.

    MELBOURNE, THURSDAY.—The acceptances for the Austral Wheel Race are due on or before Saturday. ...

    Article : 21 words
  28. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    AUCKLAND, THURSDAY. — The Australian Eleven commented a match at Wellington to-day against a local 18, who won the toss, and sent the visitors to the ...

    Article : 55 words
  29. THE FACTORIES AND SHOPS BILL.

    SYDNEY, THURSDAY.—Both Houses of Parliament meet on Friday morning, when a free conference will be held between representatives of both Houses on the Factories ...

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  30. THE LATE MR M'PHEE.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—The remains of Mr Matthew M'Phee, who was found drowned in the Derwent on Tuesday, were interred this morning in the Queenborough ...

    Article : 176 words
  31. MINING NEWS.

    The transfer journal of the Mount Bischoff T.M. Company will be closed at noon on Thursday, 19[?] inst., an re-open after payment of dividend. ...

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  32. THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION.

    SYDNEY. THURSDAY.—It It expected the House will adjourn on Friday. ...

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  33. TEE REFERENDUM BILL.

    SYDNEY, THURSDAY.—The Premier (Mr G. Beid) told Mr Schey be would not now permit the consideration of what action would be taken with regard to the ...

    Article : 58 words
  34. FORFEITED SHARES SALE.

    HOBART, THURSDAY. — The forfeited shares offered to shareholders in the Sylvester S.M. Company have been over-applied for, and all have been allotted. The ...

    Article : 88 words
  35. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, THURSDAY. — The Chief Secretary has received a dispatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr J. Chamberlain) communicating an invitation ...

    Article : 79 words
  36. DEATH OF A SCHOOL TEACHER.

    HOBART, THURSDAY. — The Education Department has been informed of the death of Mr Richard Griffin, a teacher at the Karoola school. A successor will be ...

    Article : 36 words
  37. VOTING FACILITIES.

    Another instance of the apathy or carelessness of the Government is the manner by which over 200 electors are prevented from recording their votes at the forthcoming ...

    Article : 156 words
  38. BATTERY RETURNS.

    N.W. Golden Gate (Mathinna).—November 12 (by telegraph)—The 339[?]z amalgam obtained from 1545 tons of quar[?]z crushed yielded 1060 z of retorted gold. Value, ...

    Article : 38 words
  39. THE WAY TO THE WEST.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—In the beginning of October the Public Works Department sent out Mr George Meredith and a party to find a practicable track from the head ...

    Article : 135 words
  40. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

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  41. THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK.

    BRISBANE, THURSDAY.— The Qneensland National Bank Commission report that the bank's liabilities exceed the assets by £2,435,423, but there are good prospects of ...

    Article : 60 words
  42. THE RAILWAY BILL.

    From the latest news to hand here concerning the railway bill it appears that the promoters have abandoned that part of the concession which would grant ...

    Article : 812 words
  43. FATALITY ON THE DERWENT.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—During a betty squall this afternoon a boat containing two men was seen to capsize off Sandy Bay Point. The boat sank at once, and before assistance ...

    Article : 123 words
  44. THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.—The following is an epitome of the commissions made by the House of Assembly :— Lease of 490,000 acres land on line of railway in alternate ...

    Article : 394 words
  45. Advertising

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  46. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    The SPEAKER (Mr B. S. Bird) took the chair at 4 p.m. PETITION. Mr HARTNOLL presented a petition ...

    Article : 608 words
  47. WYNYARD.

    But little amusement was to be had here on bank holiday beyond a few pienies in the bush and on the breach, and a sweeps take rifle match fired by the local detachment, for ...

    Article : 95 words
  48. Advertising

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