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    The following gentlemen have been elected directors of the Pacific Cable Company:—Viscount Folkestone, M.P., the Earl of Milltown, Messrs. M. [?]atton, ...

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    Warden Hack was occupied from 10 o'clock this morning till 8 o'clock this evening in hearing a number of cases of sly-grog selling. There were ten convictions, seven of the ...

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  4. The Disastrous Fire in Dunedin.

    The subjoined particulars of the fatal and disastrous fire which occurred in Dunedin on Sunday, January 23, and of which we have had brief details by telegraph, are taken from the ...

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  5. Mr. Howe in the South-East.

    The Commissioner of Crown Lands contemplates making a trip to the south-east at an early date in order to see what progress has been made with the drainage works in the ...

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  6. Stranding of a Barque.

    A report was telegraphed from Southport this morning that the barque Scottish Prince, from Glasgow, with passengers and cargo, had gone ashore at the ...

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    M. Herbette, the French Ambassador, had an interview to-day with Prince Bismarck, whom he tried to reassure concerning the position and intentions of ...

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  8. Approaches to Exhibition.

    While attention has been directed to the erection of the Jubilee Exhibition Building itself the approaches to the edifice, both by road and rail, have not beeu neglected. It is ...

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  9. Irish Nationalists.

    The coercive measures adopted with regard to Ireland by the Government are being steadily enforced, and efforts are now being made to suppress the meetings ...

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  10. The Barossa Goldfield.

    The Barossa goldfield still continues to attract a number of people, and every train from Adelaide or the north is laden with persons seeking Sim's rush. The streets of ...

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    The Marquis of Hartington in addressing a meeting at Newcastle yesterday, said that it was the duty of the UnionistLiberals to continue their sacrifices for ...

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  12. Australian Wine Company.

    The London importers of Australian wines have formed a company with a capital of £150,000 for the purpose of protecting their interests. ...

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  13. Baron Maclay and New Guinea.

    Baron Miklouho de Maclay is delivering a series of lectures in St. Petersburg, in which he claims possession for Russia that part of New Guinea which he ...

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  14. The Captain Cain Murder Case.

    The New Zealand telegrams in Wednesday's Advertiser announced that sentence of death was passed on Thomas Hall, at the Dunedin Court on the previous day, for the murder of ...

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  15. The Broken Hill Mine.

    Another poor week is expected at the Broken Hill. Richer ore was never raised from the mine than at present, but the higher grade is said to be too silicious ...

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    The Agents-General for the Australian colonies held an interview to-day by appointment with the Hon. Cecil Raikes, Postmaster-General, at which they ...

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  17. Irish Juries.

    Three memorials are published in this morning's Daily News, in which certain Roman Catholic laymen and priests protest against the exclusion of Roman ...

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  18. Broken Hill Junction Property Jumped.

    A warden's summons was issued today on the complaint of Alfred Surplice, of Melbourne, by which he seeks to have it determined that he is entitled, by virtue ...

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  19. [Through Reuter's Agency.] The British in Burmah,

    The Buddhist Chief Priest has issued an edict to the Burmese, calling upon them to cease their resistance to the British. Sir Charles Bernard, Civil ...

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  20. More Men for Hergott.

    Mr. Hood has very nearly made up the list of Dames of the 100 men who are to be sent next Monday to the Hergott railway extension works, and there ia little doubt that ...

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  21. Carriage of Anglo-Australian Mails.

    A cablegram under date of London, February 1, has reached the PostmasterGeneral from Sir Graham Berry stating that both the P. & O. and Orient Steam ...

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  22. Release from Quarantine,

    In all probability Mr. and Mrs. Hill will be released from the quarantine-station on Torrens Island to-day. They wish to go to Sydney, and as Mrs. Hill has been convalescent a good ...

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    The Commercial Bank haa declared a dividend of 12½ per cent. The English mails by the Potosi arrived this morning overland from ...

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    The residents are being alarmed at the sickness introduced into the place by diggers returned from Teetulpa. It is suspected that several are suffering from ...

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  25. The Reformatory Hulk Fitzjames.

    Mr. Whiting, secretary of the State Children's Council, has handed us the following report on the Reformatory Hulk Fitzjames, received by the Inspector General of Schools, ...

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  26. The New South Wales Elections.

    Nominations took place to-day in the three Sydney and Beven country and suburban electorates. In the city the weather was wet, but despite this the excitement ...

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  27. PORT AUGUSTA, February 3.

    At a meeting of the town council held last evening it was resolved that the town hall, and eventually the streets of our town, should be lit by the electric light. ...

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    The Hansard reports of the recent Parliamentary session of 1885-86 makes six volumes, and contains 6,064 pages. In consequence of the rain the running ...

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  29. MINING.

    S.A. QUARTZ M. CO.—The mine manager reports on January 29:— "During the past fortnight the main shaft has only been sunk 5½ feet; the ground is very hard and bad for ...

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    Sir—"Are we ready? is the title of a paper in a late issue of the United Service Magazine, and the writer takes a rather pessimist view of the case, dealing chiefly with ...

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    Present—Messrs. P. B. Coglin, M.P. (chairman), Gonld, James, Wright, Shearing, Vardon, King, the health officer (Dr. O'Flaherty), the acting secretary (Mr. A. L. ...

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    The oppressive heat which prevailed today resulted in a partial storm this evening, the weather breaking into a steady rainfall. Reports from the various ...

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    The third heat in connection with the Commercial Bowing Club's scratch fours came off on the Torrens Lake on Thursday, and resulted as follows:—Gobbett (bow), Gunnell, Bowden, ...

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  34. Miners Injured at Broken Hill.

    A shocking mining accident occurred at half-past 7 o'clock on Saturday morning at Broken Hill (says the Silver Age of February 2), by which two miners named Wm. Snell and ...

    Article : 315 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 752 words

    It has been publicly stated that the Premier (Sir Julius Vogel) and Mc. Atkinson, the leader of the Opposition, will represent New Zealand at the ...

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    Present—The chairman (Mr. S. Malin), Messrs. Wiese, C. Hains, Bridgman, Cleave, Parker, Paqalin, Whiting, J. Hains, Morris, and Wallace, the secretary (Mr. B. H. Laker), ...

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