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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 367 words

    January 21.--BARRABOOL, s., [?]42 tons, Captain T. B. Richardson; for Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide Passengers Mesdames Hyder and 3 children. Bartram, Misses Robson. H. Robson, ...

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    The Russian Government has concluded a loan of 20,000,000 roubles sterling of which 13,000,000 is for conversion purposes. ...

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  5. Local Option.

    The members of the Local Option League entertained a large party at breakfast yesterday morning, in the Grand Central Coffee Palace, and a sum of £326 13s. Id. was collected.A ...

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    The trial of Messrs. Claude, Marks and Woolfe, described in the indictment as joint proprietors of tho Mining Record, and' Mr. Mariz, of the Financial Times, who are charged ...

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    The French Chamber of Deputies adjourned three times last night, owing to the tumult caused by the Boulangist members drowning the voice of M. Jaffrin, the socialist candidate ...

    Article : 67 words
  8. Alleged Bigamy.

    A man, named Charles Gardiner, has been committed for trial on a charge of bigamy. His second wife had been a trained nurse for 14 years, and was nurse in the Maitland ...

    Article : 123 words
  9. "National" Reserve Policy.

    A short time ago a plot of land containing 10 acres was laid off "temporarily" as a sports reserve at Sandgate. It is regarded as an embarrassing boon. It was asked for, begged for, ...

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    The heat for the week just past has been intense. On Saturday it was 105.degrees in the shade, and it had the effect of marking the weather almost unbearable. A labourer ...

    Article : 256 words
  11. Router's Specials to " Telegraph."

    The apparatus for the execution of prisoners sentenced to death was tested in the Clinton prison, in this city, to-day. The subject of the experiment was a bullock, and upon the circuit ...

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    No. 1 North Phoenix have crushed 1,800 tons of stone for a yield of 2,000 ozs. of amalgam. A dividend of Is. 6d. has been declared. TOWNSVILLE, January 22. ...

    Article : 137 words
  13. Federation Conference.

    The Cabinet has appointed Sir John Hall, formerly Premier of New Zealand, and Captain Russell, Minister for Education, to represent New Zealand at the coming Federation ...

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  14. Townsville Telegraph Office.

    The post and telegraph offices have been completed at a cost of £18,000. Mr. M'Millan, the inspector of buildings, is satisfied with the manner in which the work has been carried out ...

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  15. A Rebuff.

    The Sailors' Home Committee are to be commiserated. They are on the horns of a dilemma. They are philanthropically inclined, but their philanthropic sentiment evokes no ...

    Article : 235 words
  16. More Strikes.

    A fresh strike of miners has occurred at Charleroi, in Hainault. Bands of men armed with pickaxes are parading the country, and a large force of cavalry has been sent to Charleroi. ...

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  17. Campbell's Communication.

    The Government steamer Hinemo[?] returned to port yesterday from Auckland and Bounty Islands. Captain Campbell reports the finding at the former group of a skylight of a large ...

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    Speculation on the Challenge Stakes and Anniversary Handicap continues almost a dead letter. Trojan was most inquired after for a sprint race. 6 to 1 being accented. and ...

    Article : 425 words
  19. Explosion of Lead.

    An explosion of molten lead occurred at Messrs. Harris, Soarfe, and Co.'s wholesale establishment yesterday. A man named William Alford swept up some ...

    Article : 76 words
  20. Fatal Electricity.

    Another terrible catastrophe has occurred in the town of Roxburgh, in New York State, from overhead wires need for the purposes of electric lighting. A horse attached to a ...

    Article : 117 words
  21. Mr. Ramsay's Death.

    The inquest regarding the death of. Mr. J. G. Ramsay, M.L.C., was concluded yesterday and the jury were of opinion that death was due to an accident caused by the explosion of a ...

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    Emin Pasha, who met with a serious accident at Bagamoyo, a short time ago, and who, on the 16th instant, was reported to have suffered a relapse, is now slowly recovering. ...

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  23. To Correspondents.

    MATTER."--Your statement is so astounding as to be almost incredible. Of course we could not make any public use of such vague information. But you will, either personally or by ...

    Article : 72 words
  24. Australian Natives.

    Delegates from the various branches of the Australian Natives Association met yesterday and completed the preliminary arrangements for the holding of the conference to deal with ...

    Article : 138 words

    Our Ipswich corespondent writes: Owing largely no doubt to the advanced price lately offered for made the quotation has dropped 2d., only 8s 10d. (and in some cates 8s 9d) being offered ...

    Article : 188 words

    The Hon. C H Tupper, Canadian Minister Marine and Fisheries, it is announced, will assist Mr. .Julian Pauncefoot, the British Ambassador at Washington, in conducting the ...

    Article : 42 words
  27. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 21 words
  28. Disorderly House at Eulo.

    Concerning the [?]ly-grog selling and seizure of liquor found in the possession of Isabella. Robinson, known as the queen, at Eulo, the bench of magistrates have confiscated, the ...

    Article : 133 words
  29. Family Notices

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    The Californian Athletic club of San Francisco offers to arrange for a match between Joe M'Auliffe and Frank P. Slavin, as the Mississippi trouble, it is believed, will prevent ...

    Article : 48 words
  31. Diary.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 50 words

    The delegates appointed by the West Australian Legislature to watch the progress of the West Australian Constitution Bill in Parliament arrived here to-day. ...

    Article : 34 words
  33. Report of Brawling.

    On fuller information received we are now in position to say that the case of house-brawling reported to us on Monday was in no sense whatever the fault of the person in whose ...

    Article : 54 words
  34. Samoan Convention.

    The Samoan Convention, concluded by the representatives of Great Britain, the United States, and Germany during the conference held at Berlin some time ago, has been ...

    Article : 158 words

    Monsignor Fitzpatrick, vicar general of the Catholic archdiocese of' Melbourne, died this morning at the archbishop's palace. Deceased was 80 years of age, and one of the oldest ...

    Article : 736 words

    Prince Bismarck, the German Chancellor, has announced his intention of forcing his Socialist Bill through the Reichstag during the coming session. ...

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  37. An Old Offender.

    At the South Brisbane Police Court this morning, before Messrs. W. H. Dsy,. P.M., and W. G Chancellor, J.P., Henry Green, labourer, an old offender, with 21 previous ...

    Article : 49 words
  38. Mount Morgan's Knight.

    MOUNT MORGAN has now a local newspaper. Naturally, perhaps, this local organ identifies itself with the paramount local interest of the district, and ...

    Article : 1,592 words
  39. At the Theatres.

    The Opera House was crowded last night from floor to ceiling with an audience thoroughly excited by the succession of sensations in "The Baling Passion,": More than once the action ...

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    Senor Sagasta, the late Premier of Spain, has been again invited to form a new Ministry, and has completed the task. ...

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  41. North Coast Line Inspection.

    Mr. H. C. Stanley, Chief,; Engineer;.for Southern and Western Railways left Brisbane this morning for the purpose of inspecting the, second section of the North Coast railway. ...

    Article : 60 words

    He[?]r Licht estimates that the visible beet crop Will amount to 3,495,000 cwt. ...

    Article : 19 words
  43. City Police Court.

    MINOR OFFENCES.--Two persons, charged with drunkenness, on pleading guilty were discharged. Two others,for a like offence, were fined 5s., or, in default, six hours in the ...

    Article : 118 words

    The inquiry into the circumstances attending the Forestgate Ragged School fire was concluded yesterday. A verdict was returned that the officials were blameless, the outbreak being ...

    Article : 41 words
  45. False Rumour.

    Rumours were current in town this morning to the effect that Mr. Maynard the victim of the recent Southport accident had succumbed to the injuries received. Upon inquiry at the ...

    Article : 77 words
  46. Britain and Portugal.

    News has been received from Lisbon that the agitation in that city over the South African difficulty is subsiding. The Governor of Mozambique been ...

    Article : 158 words

    Agitations are proceeding in London with the object of diverting the wool trade of the metropolis to Antwerp in Belgium. ...

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    The Rev. Dr. Adler, chief Rabbi, is reported to be dying. Hermann Adler, PhD., MA., Delegate Chief Rabbi, son of the Chief Rabbi, Dr. Nathan Mr. ...

    Article : 137 words
  49. Land Resumption.

    Mr. Ruthning, on behalf of the borough of South Brisbane, the constructing authority under the public Works Land Resumption Act applied to Messrs. W. H. Day, P.M. and W. ...

    Article : 224 words
  50. Advertising

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    Advertising : 202 words
  51. Working Men's Demonstration.

    A great anti-British demonstration by the working men of this city took place last night. Patriotic cries were constantly. given, but no disorder ocourred ...

    Article : 64 words

    M. Flourens, in the„.Chamber Deputies yesterday insisted that French war vessels should he sent to support the claims of the French fishermen in Newfoundland. M. ...

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    The Daily Chronicle this morning applauds the idea of a New Zealand exhibition in London. It has been proposed to ship to London as ...

    Article : 72 words
  54. An Objectionable Organ.

    The Government has issued a prohibiting the importation into the colony of a certain Sydney weekly newspaper either through the post or the Customs. ...

    Article : 41 words
  55. Advertising

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    Advertising : 26 words



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