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  2. CABLE MESSAGES.

    Paris was visited last evening by a hurricane of a most violent description, which caused great destruction of property and serious loss of life. ...

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  3. THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    With the rapid advance in the export of produce from this colony has come the demand for greatly increased accommodation, and the City Council has lately been extending its ...

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  4. A MINING SCANDAL.

    After long indulgence in the pleasures of anticipation, the sudden absolute extinguishment of all hope of realising wealth which had been regarded as practically assured comes as a ...

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  5. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The increase in the discount rate from 2 to 2½ per cent, announced by the Bank of England this morning was quite unexpected, and has caused great surprise in ...

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  6. CABLE MESSAGES.

    Despite all protests, the Porte continues to act in the most arbitrary manner against the Armenian residents in Constantinople, and has resumed the policy of ...

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  7. PRESBYTERIAN UNION.

    The ninth convocation of the Federal Assembly of the Presbyterian Churches of Australia and Tasmania was continued yesterday morning at the Assembly Hall, Collins-street. The Rev. ...

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  8. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    The examination of Mr. M'Carthy before the Banking Committee to-day related mainly to the qualifications of those officers of the Bank of New Zealand who had previously been ...

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  9. THE CONSTITUTION BILL.

    Most of the hills that have been before the Legislative Assembly during the present session have been more or less of a non-party character, and in the absence ...

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  10. SCALDED TO DEATH.

    A child, aged 3, named Geo. Bateman, son of the licensce of the Crystal Hotel, George-street, died to-day from the effects of scalds received on the 9th inst. On the date in question an ...

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  11. THE CRETAN QUESTION

    The report that the German Government had ordered the execution of 16 officers in its service on account of their having interfered in the late civil war in Crete is ...

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  12. A NEW ZEALAND SUICIDE.

    Charles Hilliard Parker, commission agent and bailiff for many years at Christchurch, was to-day found dead in his office. He had apparently poisoned himself. No traces of poison ...

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  13. EFFECT OF THE INCREASE.

    In commercial circles the increase in the rate of discount has quickly produced a very marked effect. It has caused a general decline in the ...

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  14. CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

    An important statement was made yesterday in the Canadian House of Commons by Mr. Wilfrid Laurier, the new Premier. ...

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  15. DEATH OF A SCIENTIST.

    The death is announced of Professor Luigi Palmieri at the age of 89 years. [Luigi Palmiori was professor of physics in the Marme College at Naples. and afterwards in ...

    Article : 68 words
  16. SENSATION IN A THEATRE.

    A sensation was caused in the theatre last night through an excited scene shifter pouring a tin of kerosone instead of water on a burning hoop on the stage. Some of the people in the ...

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  17. MURDEROUS ATTACK ON A GAOLER.

    The prisoners Butler and Williams, who were committed for an assault on Gaoler Sherringham yesterday, were to-day charged before Mr. T. S. Wilkinson, P.M., with inflicting grievous ...

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  18. LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

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  19. TRADES UNION CONGRESS.

    At yesterday's sitting of the annual Congress of British Trades Unions, now proceeding at Edinburgh, a resolution was carried demanding that the Government ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. THE RUSH TO WEST AUSTRALIA.

    To those who contemplate emigrating to West Australia the following authoritative statement as to the condition of the labor market in that colony may be useful :-- ...

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  21. THE LONDON MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 409 words
  22. A DISABLED POWDER SHIP

    The ship Dalgonar, which left Liverpool on 30th June for Sydney, and put into St. Vincent, in the Cape Verde Island, in consequence of having taken fire, has been ...

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  23. A REVERSED VERDICT.

    The action Brabant and Co. versus the Colonial Treasurer, which has occupied the Supreme Court since 21th ultimo, was concluded this evening. The case was originally ...

    Article : 127 words
  24. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    The St. James's Gazelle, in reviewing the performances of the Australian eleven, expresses the opinion that the team is the strongest since the one visiting England in ...

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  25. POLITICS IN AMERICA.

    In the State election for the Governorship of Arkansas the Democratic candidate has been returned by a majority of 6000 votes ; but it is alleged that this result has ...

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  26. A HOBART LIBEL SUIT.

    In the Supreme Court the libel case Captain Strachan v. Daily Telegraph, in which the plaintiff claimed £10,000 for the publication of articles under a nom de plume, ...

    Article : 94 words
  27. SHIPPING NEWS.

    ARRIVED.--Barque Mario, from Port Pirie 30th April. Sailed.--For Auckland--Steamer Wakatere. For Adelaide--Steamer Gulf of ...

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  28. THE ARMED MANIAC.

    The victims of the armed maniac, Alfred M'Phail, who created such a sensation in Albert Park on Thursday afternoon by deliberately shooting at everyone that came by, ...

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  29. THE GOVERNOR AT COLAC.

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  30. A UNITED SOUTH AFRICA.

    Mr. Steyn, the President of the Orange Free State, in addressing the conference on the subject of Customs Union, expressed the hope that the different States would ...

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  31. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The barque Border Chief, which was snugged and sunk in the Darling River this side of Talarno Station at the latter end of last week, had on board 1100 bales of wool, comprising ...

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  32. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    Massilia left Suez for Australia afternoon 10th inst. Australia passed Port Said homeward on 10th inst. ...

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  33. SAMOAN NEWS.

    The Samoan news by the Californian mail is unimportant. The yacht Spray (Captain Slocum), sailed from Apia for Sydney on 22nd August. The captain is the sole occupant of the yacht, ...

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  34. A SHOCKING OUTRAGE.

    Timothy O'Gorman, who had been drinking at Pahiatua, when returning home last night was waylaid. Both his ears were sliced off, and his watch, valued £25, was stolen. He ...

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  35. QUEENSLAND.

    A military tournament was opened at the Exhibition grounds to-day. There was a large number of competitors, including many from Ipswich, Toowoomba, Warwick, Tonterfield ...

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  36. THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION

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  37. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE CASE.

    At the City Court yesterday, before Mr. Panton, P.M, a young woman named Fanny Maud Gloster proceeded against Horton Holder, merchant and importer, carrying on business in ...

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  38. THE CHINESE QUESTION.

    An animated discussion took place at the Trades Hall Council last evening on a motion moved by Mr. H. Wood, the representative of the Furniture Makers' Society, to the effect ...

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  39. THE COMMERCIAL BANK.

    The matter of the Commercial Bank of Australia was before the Chief Justice in Equity today on application for an order sanctioning the scheme of arrangement or compromise accepted ...

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  40. A GROCER'S INSOLVENCY.

    The hearing of evidence on the compulsory application by William Mangols, formerly of Bourke-street, grocer, for a certificate of discharge from his debts was continued by Judge ...

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  41. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    There was a slight improvement in the condition of the Inspector-General of Schools this afternoon, although he has not yet quite regained consciousness. ...

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  42. THE WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY.

    SIR,--By way of a practical solution of the principal difficulty in the way of this movement, we beg to give all employers the advantage of a memorandum signed by employes at our various ...

    Article : 199 words
  43. TASMANIA.

    At a meeting of civil servants to-night a resolution was passed to the effect that the bill relating to the service should not be passed this session, but should be referred back to the ...

    Article : 126 words
  44. BALLARAT, FRIDAY.

    It is stated that lunatic M'Phail, whose outrageous conduct caused great sensation in Melbourne on Thursday, is identical with the man who attempted to drown himself in Lake ...

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  45. BURNING ACCIDENT AT YAN YEAN.

    A serious burning accident occurred at Yan Yean yesterday to a woman named Mary Miles, aged 60. She was engaged in preparing a meal, and in bending over the fire her clothing become ...

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  46. NEW ZEALAND.

    Mr. James Mills, manager of the Union Steamship Company, has arrived by the Manowai. He has been home to arrange for the construction or purchase of several steamers, ...

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  47. ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL.

    The steamer Monowai arrived here to-day. Passengers--saloon: Miss Hudson, Mesdames Allen and child, Wilson, Wanganheim, Messrs. Spencer, Allen, Wilson, Osborne, Henry, Cole ...

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  48. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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  49. Advertising

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  50. Advertising

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  51. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

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  52. Advertising

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  53. Advertising

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