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    The SPEAKER read prayers, and took the chair at 3.30 p.m. BOEN RAILWAY. Mr. R.H. SMYTH asked the Minister fo r ...

    Article : 2,900 words
  3. Balfour on Books.

    Yesterday the Chief Secretary for Ireland opened a public library and School of Art in the town of Hertford, his old const[?]ency. The building has cost about £3,000 and is a ...

    Article : 924 words
  4. Strike of Lumpers.

    A very serious complication has arisen between the Rockhampton branch of the Federated Wharf Labourers' Union and the officials connected with the exportation of ...

    Article : 1,666 words

    The letter adopted by the Separation League to Lord Knutsford, tho Secretary of State for the Colonies, was taken yesterday by Mr. Philp, M.L.A., for the purpose of getting the ...

    Article : 83 words

    The Gippaland brown coal has been successfully tried on the Victorian Railways. ...

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  7. Batts's Baby-farming.

    The last infant in Mrs. Batts s baby farm at Woolhara, Sydney, died this morning. This makes a total number of 125 infants who have died whilst in Mrs. Batts's possession within ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. The Taroba

    The Turoba struck a rook just alter leaving Mackay, before going at full speed. She did not stop but a grating noise was heard, which was followed by, a rush of water. This was ...

    Article : 128 words
  9. Racing Ructions.

    All the effects upon tho properties at Hobartville, Clarendon and Richmond, belonging to Mr. Audrey Town, have boon seized. by the Hon. W. Long and George Hill, under a ...

    Article : 52 words
  10. A Murderer by Profession

    A sextuple murderer, named Paul Gyomber, has been sentenced to death by th eS[?]gedin (Hungary) Assize Court. The appearance of the prisoner—hardened cold-blooded assassin— ...

    Article : 605 words
  11. Tidings from Taroom.

    Our correspondent, writing on October 8, says: A great many cat Do are on the more that now. Some 6,000 head of cattle, nearly all bullocks, have passed through here during ...

    Article : 137 words
  12. Alleged New Horse Disease.

    In connection with the alleged now horse disease at Warwick, Mr. Irving, Government veterinary Burgeon, was despatched to make" a diagnosis of the disease. Mr. Irving's report ...

    Article : 448 words
  13. Railway Accident.

    An accident by which a considerable amount of damage was done to rolling-stook took place at Dunmore, near Ipswich, early on Thursday morning. Twenty-seven empty coal-trucks ...

    Article : 192 words
  14. Southern Sporting.

    The rain has made the tracks very holding this morning, and no fast work was attempted. Pebble, Plenty, Purple and Gold, Lapstone, Loyalist, and Loyalstone did easy pacing. ...

    Article : 369 words
  15. Melbourne Baby Show.

    The critical inspection of the doctors at the recent baby show is likely (says the Telegraph) to turn out as searching and uncomfortable an the fierce light that beats upon a throne. The ...

    Article : 162 words
  16. A Woman and a Bunco Man.

    A rainy, night, and Twenty-third street was almost deserted. A young woman was hastening upon her way, when she saw before her on the muddy walk a bright circled of gold, ...

    Article : 368 words
  17. Cultivation of Sugar in Persia.

    The United States Consul at Teheran, in the course of a very interesting report on sugar in Persia, observes that the cane was introduced into that country, from its original home in ...

    Article : 475 words
  18. A Fair Exchange.

    "Ignotus" tells the story, of actor who was performing in New York, and ono night, after the performance, had gone for a stroll down by the East River, whore at that time a ...

    Article : 500 words
  19. He Did Not Join.

    While waiting at a station in South Carolina one day, I was joined by a man who carried an old-fashioned satchel on his shoulder, and who had evidently walked many miles through the ...

    Article : 361 words
  20. The Good Salesman.

    "How to sell goods?" repeated a New York merchant after a reporter."It depends upon the man. That is the whole secret. Like the old par[?]dy on Victor Hugo, 'If you want to ...

    Article : 133 words



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