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  4. CABLE GRAMS.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—Two Bombay plague officers have been shot in that city, and both are in a critical condition. ...

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  5. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—The sentence recently passed on Commissioner Booth-Tuoker, of the Salvation Army, at New York for keeping a ...

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  6. INLAND TELEGRAMS.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—The meeting of the Council of Agriculture convened for this morning l[?]p[?]d for want of a quorum. At 1030 only M[?]rs. Cox, Pi[?]nger, Wills, ...

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    THE Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Tasmania are now amongst the things which are past and gone, Bud, as far as the people of this colony are concerned, ...

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  8. AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—The following departures for Australian ports have taken place :— For Sydney : M. E. Watson, ship; Wooloomooloo, ...

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  9. A FOOLISH "LARK."

    HOBART, FRIDAY —At the Police Court this morning Heavy W[?]thall was charged by B[?] Inspector Cook with being idle and disorderly. Accused appeared dressed in a ...

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  10. STOCK SALES.

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  11. SHIPPING.

    Pateen[?], [?] 1212 tons, It, [?] master, from Melbourne[?] Passengers—[?] on M. M[?] Lee. [?] Cunningham [?] ...

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  12. INTERCOLONIAL

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. — A telegram was received from [?]has. Greenwood, one of the cyclists who left here recently to attempt an overland ride from Port Darwin ...

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  13. AMERICA AND HAWAII.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—The United States Foreign Committes are anxions regarding the protest made by Japan against the annexation of ...

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  14. PUGILISTIC.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night. — Starlight, whilst boxing with Chri[?] at Newcastle-on-Tyne, was disqualified during the twelfth round for getting into holds. ...

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  15. LAUNCESTON MAIL TABLE.

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  16. STUD SHEEP FOR SYDNEY SHOW.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—The [?] Conah, for Sydney, took away to-day 41 and 12 [?] of valuable stud sheep which will figure at the forthcoming Sheepbreeder[?]' Show in ...

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  17. SMUGGLING DETEOTED.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—The Customs officials paid an [?]ced visit to the shipping in the port yesterday, and found a considerable quantity of contraband cig[?] ...

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  18. BANK ROBBERY.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night,—The tourist who was arrested by the police in Ireland on a charge of stealing a bag containing £5000 from a bank ...

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  19. O[?]UROH OF ENGLAND JUBILEE.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—The jubilee week of the Church of England in Victoria will be commenced on Sunday. The jubilee fund now amounts to £2105. ...

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  20. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "S[?] " —The [?] on the [?] Br[?] on Wednesday night w[?] that of a [?] ...

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  22. RETURN OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

    HOBART, FRIDAY. —The Attorney. General arrived to-night, and was received on the platform by many representatives of the Legal Department and Civil Service ...

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  23. INDIAN FAMINE FUND.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. — The Indian famine food now amounts to £5750. ...

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  24. WILL OF THE LATE REV. GREGORY.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—The will of the Bev. John H.Gregory, formerly incumbent at All Saints, St. K[?]d[?], was lodged for probate to-day. The estate is valued at ...

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  25. EDUCATIONAL.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—Mr Chapple, an Adelaide scholar, has won the first-class mechanical science tripos at St. John's College, and has also ...

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  26. THE WEATHER IN THE SOUTH.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—The weather, which fortunately continued fine over the holidays, broke this morning, and rain has been falling steadily all day. ...

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  27. THE TIME-ORLANDO COLLISION.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY.—A Court of Marine Inquiry sat to-day to deliver the decision on the charge of misconduct preferred against Captain B.B. Brown, of the ...

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  28. FIFTEEN SAILORS IMPRISONED.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—At the Police Court to-day, 15 seamen of the British barque Glenmark, named Deennis Ca[?] James Olsen, R. Burgbard, A. J. Nicho[?], F. W. ...

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  29. THE MISSING BRIG.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—The training ship Sealark, with 130 boys on board, which was overdne at Port[?]mouth since the 17th inst., and which ...

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  30. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—The Executive Council decided to-day that the law must take its course in the case of the conde[?]ed murderer Butler. He will be executed at ...

    Article : 55 words
  31. SUPREME COURT.

    HOBART, FRIDAY.—At the Supreme Court to-day, before the Full Court, the Stalker land case was con[?]lnded, a verdiet being given against the Crown. This is a ...

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  32. THE TURF IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, THURSDAY Night.—Mr Marcus Doly Montague, "The Copper King," has offered the owner of Galtes MOre, winner of the Derby and other ...

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  33. A GENERAL RAINFALL.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—Telegram[?] to hand show that the rain has been general in all parts of the colony. The most gratifying feature of the downpour is that is ...

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  34. RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—In the Assembly last night it was stated that there will be a large sur[?] from the working of railways and [?]ways at the end of the financial ...

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  35. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—In the House of Commons last night Mr Geo. Curzon, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated, in reply to a ...

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  36. COMMERCIAL

    The Tasmania Wool[?] Angry Company Limited, are in [?] of the following [?] from their London [?] under Ja[?] T[?] ...

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  37. DEATH OF A ROYAL DESCENDANT.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY—The death of Miss Alice Boyd is reported from Bathurst, at an advanced age. Deceased was the re[?]ing daughter of the Body family and an ...

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  38. NORTH WEST COAST.

    LATROBT [?] TROBT., [?] Mr [?] held has [?] at [?] ships. [?] Md. ...

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  39. LORD ROSMEAD

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—Lord Rosmead, who resigned the Governorship of Cape Colony on account of failing health, and who recently ...

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  40. STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS

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  41. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    [?] FRIDAY. —Mr W. M[?]garey, Mr O[?]n'[?] representative in Adelalde, has received telegrams from west Australia notifying the arrival of Mr Redall at ...

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  42. COMMERCIAL.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—The English wheat market is quiet, but steady. The continental market is active, and the American markets are ...

    Article : 70 words
  43. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, FRIDAY. — At the intercolonial fruitgrowers' conference the judges have suggested that special a wards be made for a display of colored plates of injurions ...

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  44. SPORTING.

    Reminder In given to those intereated in the meet of Tatter[?]'s Race Club, which take place on Saturday, July 3, that the nomina[?] close on Monday evening next ...

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  45. SORTS W[?] ASSOCIATION LIMITED. MAR[?]

    T[?] light. in [?] of which. how[?] being prob[?] The [?] for last week ...

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  46. NEW ZEALAND.

    AUOKLAND, FRIDAY, —Mr Wm. Mason, first Mayor of D[?]edin, [?] dead. ...

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  47. METALS.

    LONDON. FRIDAY Morning.—In copper business is quiet. Quotation : £49 10s for spot, and £49 15s for three months. ...

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  48. LATROBE.

    A quiet wedding took place here, the contracting parties being Mr Chas, Maddox and Miss H[?]non, both of Latrobe, [?] were married at the bride's residences by the Rev. ...

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  49. INTERCOLONIAL SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, FRIDAY,—In the betting market to-day B[?]ult was easier for the Grand National Hurdle R[?]c[?]. 7 to 2 being offered. OZ has been scratched for thin ...

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  50. ARMY REMOUNTS.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—The first shipment of horses for the imperial army selected in the Argentine Republic has been sent to Natal. ...

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  51. MINING NEWS.

    The weekly cablegram received on Wednesday by the Mouth Bl[?]cho[?] Company from their London agents reported the price of tin to be £[?] per ton, with a firm market. ...

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  52. A HOSTILE CHIEF.

    LONDON, FRIDAY Morning.—It is [?]mored that the hostile West African chief Samory, who has occasioned considerable trouble to the British, has ...

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  55. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, [?]— Wheat is dull, front [?] to [?] Tour [?] Oats quiet, [?] toes, [?] Onions, ...

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  56. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, FRIDAY.—A thousand sacks of River[?] wheat gold at [?] 76 to-day, and [?] smaller lots of [?] grade at [?] for Dari[?] Hathor de[?]ry. Flour quiet at 10[?] and upwards for ...

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  57. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The Tasmanian Woolgrow[?]'Agency Company are in [?] of the following [?] of greasy wool hold [?] their [?] at London: [?] ...

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