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    All the measures taken by the Turkish troops in Thessaly point to the fact that the Turkish Government is determined upon the retention of the occupation of ...

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  5. Alfred Shaw and Co.

    At the Supreme Court, on Friday, before his honour Mr. Justice Real, in the matter of Alfred Shaw and Co., Limited, in liquidation, Mr. Feez (instructed by Messrs. ...

    Article : 354 words
  6. POINTS.

    AN INVITATION. The Telegraph machine room is open to visitors every day, between half-past 11 and half-past 12 o'clock, when our two " Hoe ' rotary " machines ...

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  7. Canonising at Rome.

    News comes from Rome of the canonisation of two Roman Catholic celebrities -- namely, Antony Maria Zacharias (founder of the order of ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. Family Notices

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  10. Queen's Record Reign.

    In view of the approaching celebrations of the Queen's diamond jubilee, inquiries are being made as to the name of the ship which is bringing the ...

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  13. South Australian Loan

    Tenders for the South Australian 3 per cent £1,000,000 loan, with a minimum at £95, were opened this afternoon. The total amount tendered was ...

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  14. Poet Moore's Anniversary.

    There was a good attendance in the Centennial Hall last night, when a gathering under the auspices of the Queensland Catholic Young Men's Societies Federation was held ...

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  15. Fell Into the River.

    A little before 8 o'clock last night a single man named Wyvell, a wharf lumper, was looking for work on the A.U.S.N. Company's northern wharf, when in some unaccountable ...

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  16. Family Notices

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  17. Canadian Tariff.

    In the House of Commons at Ottawa yesterday, the hostile amendment on the new tariff proposals of the Government, which had been moved by Sir Charles ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. Military Tournament.

    At the military tournament at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, which was formally opened by the Prince of Wales yesterday, an interesting event of the ...

    Article : 77 words
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  20. Diary.

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  21. Local Government.

    The regular monthly meeting of the Toowong Shire Council was held on Wednesday night, in the shire office, Sylvan road, There were present: Messrs. Patterson (in the ...

    Article : 269 words
  22. Sculling Challenge.

    J. Wray, the London sculler, has sent a challenge to Jacob Gaudaur, the Canadian sculler, calling upon him either to uphold the championship of ...

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  23. Old Age Pensions.

    PROPOSALS to grant pensions to poor persons in old age have been made in England, they are being considered in Victoria, they have been mentioned in ...

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  24. Grace, or Disgrace.

    Ox the eve of assembling Parliament another sop appears to have been thrown by the Government into the months of the labour party. The disturbance at ...

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  25. Pere Bore.

    In one respect it is refreshing to read of water anywhere, and especially pleasant it is to hear of a successful bore. An officer of the Department of Agriculture in Sydney has ...

    Article : 206 words
  26. Butler Cases.

    A miner named Campbell, employed at the Cullen Bullen mine, Lithgow, was burned to death in his but last night. The deceased was one of the important witnesses for the ...

    Article : 56 words
  27. Gulf of Bothnia.

    The Admiralty Court has awarded the owners of the steamer AEolus a sum of £1,250, for salvage for towing the Gulf of Bothnia into port when that ...

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  28. Queensland Butter.

    Letters received by the last mail from London, dealing with the sale of butter, state that "some creamery butter from Queensland is a better article than any from ...

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  29. Australasian Securities.

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  30. Sandgate Water Supply.

    Mr. George Prentice thus writes us: At times of drought such as we are at present experiencing, the necessity of a water supply for Sandgate is invariably forced ...

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  31. International Exhibition.

    Notes of the Day. The attendance at Bowen Park yesterday was not satisfactory, although the Exhibition is daily becoming more attractive. Amongst ...

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  32. Betting Prosecutions.

    Charles Westbrook, the bookmaker, intends obtaining the co-operation of his brother pencilers and then applying to the Privy Council to quash his conviction, which has ...

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  34. Ocean Currents.

    The following message from the sea has been received at the Chief Weather Bureau, Brisbane:-- Current paper set adrift from the steamer ...

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  35. Evening Entertainments.

    The third performance of the "Beggar Student" was given by the Bracy Opera Company at the Opera House last night, before a good audience. The Piece went ...

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  36. Betting on the Derby.

    In the betting on the Derby, which is to be run at Epsom on June 2, Galtee More is quoted at 3 to 1. ...

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  37. Rain in N.S. Wales.

    Rain has fallen out as far as Broken Hill, and scattered showers are reported on the Darling and south-west, at Wentworth and Euston. At Balranald, Booligal, Hillston, ...

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  39. Death of Mr. W. Richards.

    The death is announced of Mr. Westley Richards, of the firm of Westley Richards and Co., gun and rifle manufacturers. ...

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  40. Late Mr. L. Flegeltaub.

    Large Funeral Yesterday. The funeral of the late Mr. L. Flegeltaub moved from his residence, Wickham terrace, to the Toowong cemetery, yesterday. A very ...

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  41. Billiard Matches.

    Two exhibition billiard matches were played at Tattersall's Club Rooms last night, between Mr. Harry Grey, ex-champion of Australia, and Mr. E. James, champion of New South Wales. ...

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  42. Trust and Agency Company.

    The Trust and Agency Company of Australasia have declared a dividend of 20 per cent. ...

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  43. Gaiety Theatre.

    The breezy form of entertainment provided at the Gaiety Theatre will undergo farther changes to-night. Mr. John Tudor, the well known comedian, and Miss Ada Leroy, ...

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  46. Theatre Royal.

    There was a good audience at the Theatre Royal last night, to witness the final appearance of the English Comedy Company prior to their departure for the north. "The ...

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  47. New Zealand Contingent.

    The Maori members of the New Zealand contingent were made members of the Here-taunga Light Horse before leaving Wellington, in order that they would have the status ...

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  48. Saturday Shilling Concerts.

    The directors of the Saturday shilling concerts at the Centennial Hall are to be congratulated on their enterprise in securing the Musin concert party for to-night's ...

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  49. Rontgen Rays in Court.

    The Rontgen rays are beginning to make their way into the law courts in France, photographs taken by this means having decided a suit at Marseilles. The case was ...

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  50. Marriage Freak.

    A strange story comes to the Hastings paper from a town on the west coast of the North Island, New Zealand. A young couple decided on getting married, and they went to ...

    Article : 191 words
  51. Packages Short in Weight.

    The Victorian Customs Department (says the Aye) recently intercepted a consignment of Ceylon tea on the ground of an apparent breach of the Trade Marks Act, the packages ...

    Article : 215 words
  52. Albert Street Organ Recital.

    The programme at the Albert street organ recital to-night will include selections from Haydn's "Creation." Mr. Benson will be the organist. The full particulars appear in ...

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  54. Kiss Alice Russell's Concert.

    The benefit concert for Miss Alice Russell takes place at the Centennial Hall on Wednesday week. Mrs. Gilbert Wilson and several leading musicians have promised their ...

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  55. Lumiere's Cinematographe.

    There was a large attendance at the children's matinee at Lumiere's "Cinematographe this morning. A large programme of novelties is announced. ...

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