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  6. LATEST CABLES

    The same bowler disposed of H. Richardson, effecting a catch off his own bowling. Key assisted Hayes for a time, but ...

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  7. LATEST CABLES

    The return match, Australia v. Surrey, was continued at Kennington Oval to-day. The teams are :— ...

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  8. LATEST CABLES

    The Transvaal Volksraad having shown some reluctance to concede President Kruger a free hand in regard to the Johannesburg Fort and ...

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  9. NORTHERN NEWS.

    The firm of Beer, Sondhelmer and Company, of Germany, has made an offer to the directors of the Hercules Company for the treatment of a trial ...

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  10. V.D.L. BANK.

    THE following is the report submitted to shareholders of the Bank of Van Dieman’s Land, Limited, in liquidation, at the meeting this afternoon. ...

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  11. ON CHANCE.

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  12. CLEVELAND RIOTERS

    The riots in Cleveland, Ohio, continue unabated, the mob having complete possession of the thoroughfares. ...

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  13. PASSENGERS AND DXPLOSIVES.

    Vessels leaving Launceston with explosives on board are not permitted to carry passengers. At Hobart they are, and the Launceston Marine Board ...

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  14. THE DREYFUS TRIAL

    In order that ex-Major Esterhazy may give evidence before the court-martial which is to sit at Rennes on the 7th prox. on the Dreyfus case, ...

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  15. AN OLD RESIDENT.

    There passed away at Creasy a colonist of 80 years’ standing, in the person of Mrs Mary Ann Summers, who was born in Launceston in 1819. ...

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  16. LAUNCESTON CITY.

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  17. ALBERTON GOLDFIELD.

    A few weeks more and the northern end of the Alberton goldfield will be brilliant with the electric light supplied from the Ringarooma plant. ...

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  18. PRESERVED FRUIT

    A sad mishap has occurred at the Inns of Court Hotel, where the Australian cricketers stay while in London. ...

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  19. LATE SHIPPING.

    Aotes, ss., 4000 tons, Captain Evans, from London, via Cape Town. Passengers landing at Hobart—Mr and Mrs Harcourt Palmer ; Messrs Schap[?]ria, Wotherapoon. ...

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  20. POTATOES.

    The Devonport potato market is in a very sorry state owing to the Sydney advices being discouraging, and stating that tubers are selling there at ...

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  21. CITY POLICE COURT.

    [The Police Magistrate (Mr B. Shaw), presided this afternoon ] The case against George Grant, for an alleged indecent assault, was proceeded ...

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  22. STOCK SALES.

    At Newstead yesterday the market for sheep was over-supplied, and as a result prices were again lower than of late. Fat lambs are still selling well, ...

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  23. LITTLE WONDER.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Little Wonder Gold Mining Company the nominations of the retiring directors were declared invalid, and ...

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  25. A CLUMSY INVENTION

    M. de Blowitz, the Times correspondent at Paris, denounces as “a clumsy invention” the telegram which it was alleged had been sent from the Czar ...

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  26. ACCIDENTS.

    A man named James Wilson, a tinsmith, slipped off a straw [?]tack at Deloraine, breaking both bones of his leg near the ankle. Dr Damman set ...

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  27. PILING ON THE RUNS.

    On the resumption of the game, after the interval for refreshments, there were quite fifteen thousand spectators on the ground. ...

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  28. RETURNS TO TASMANIA.

    AMONGST the passengers arriving here by the ss. Aot[?] from London to-day is Mr Harcourt Palmer, Engineer of the Great Western Railway Company. He ...

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  29. SOME DETAILS.

    Knox was again very slow in making his runs, and was in for more than two hours for his 42 runs. He was disposed of by Howell who sent ...

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  30. FEDERATION.

    AT a meeting of the Executive this afternoon regulations were passed authorising returning officers to open the ballet boxes at 2 p.m., and each hour ...

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  31. A NARROW ESCAPE.

    The steamer Star, while on a trip from Green Point with a cargo of potatoes and a quantity of casks recovered had a very narrow escape ...

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  32. A WATER FAMINE

    Owing to the partial failure of the monsoons in the western portions of India, a water famine is feared. ...

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  33. A PRIMARY BATTERY.

    A YOUNG Frenchman has invented a primary cell which is said to give 13 amperes and 2 volts for a longer time than the ordinary bi[?]hromate cell or the ...

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  34. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB.

    The report of the Adelaide Racing Club Committee states that notwithstanding the heavy expenditure incurred through the extensive ...

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  35. FALL OF A METEORITE.

    FOUR pieces of a meteorite which exploded and fell on the eastern slopes of Mount Zomb[?], British Central Africa, on January 25, have recently been added to ...

    Article : 249 words
  36. ALLEGED LARCENY.

    Superintendent Ruddock and the Stanley police, paid a visit to Green Point in search of a quantity of wreckage alleged to have been taken ...

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  37. OFFERS TO LEAD

    Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hamilton Des Vœux, I.S.C., who, prior to 1891, was the Deputy Assistant Adjutant General of the Queensland ...

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  38. N.Z. POLITICS.

    Is the House of Representatives, in reply to a question, the Premier stated that he was coming to the conclusion that it would be in the ...

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  39. MINISTERIAL.

    THE Premier (Right Hon. Sir Edward Braddon) returned to office this afternoon ...

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  40. SURREY OUT 350.

    Knox 34 and Hayes 17 continued their innings, the latter bitting our splendidly. When the stonewaller had reached ...

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  41. CATTLE IMPORTATION.

    A PROCLAMATION has been issued further p[?]luding the importation of cattle and hides from Queensland for a period of 1[?] months. ...

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