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  2. LONDON TABLE TALK.

    The Yokohama poisoning [?] has endedas seemed inevitable from the first-in the conviction of Mrs. Carew, and to the di[?]. of Glastonbury (where her father is mayor), ...

    Article : 3,410 words
  3. CABLE MESSAGES. THE TURKISH CRISIS.

    Reports have reached the foreign ambassadors in Constantinople to the effect that further outrages of a grave character have been committed by the Turkish troops on the ...

    Article : 382 words
  4. CABLE MESSAGES. SOUTH AFRICA.

    A resolution has been adopted by the Africander Bond, representing those natives of South Africa who are of Dutch parentage and whose aim is to extend the political influence ...

    Article : 179 words
  5. THE LATE MR. CHARLES BONNEY.

    Mr. Charles Bonney, one of the pioneers of settlement in South Australia, died at his residence, Thornley, Woollahra, near Sydney, on Monday. Mr. Bonney was born in 1813, and ...

    Article : 1,190 words
  6. VICTORIA.

    The trial of William Phillips for the murder of William Brady at Cooper's ironmongery establishment on January 12 was commenced to-day. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. Mr. ...

    Article : 135 words
  7. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION.

    Mr. Magarey informs us that the result of enquiries made by Messrs, W.F. Rudall, who was in charge of the Calvert relief expeditions, and James I[?]dell, a stockowner at Nullagine, ...

    Article : 630 words
  8. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A man's body was found in the scrub at Middle Harbor yesterday with two wounds apparently made by revolver bullets in it. The police state that letters written by the ...

    Article : 79 words
  9. DEPARTURE OF THE PRIMATE.

    The departure of the Primate by the steamer Monowai this afternoon was marked by a special service and the celebration of holy communion in the Cathedral this morning. There ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. MAIL STEAMERS AND THE PLAGUE.

    Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., inform us that the superintendent of the P. and O. S.N. Company at Bombay has cabled to them that the conditions with regard to the ...

    Article : 440 words
  11. ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN MELBOURNE.

    A large deputation of Orangemen to-day asked the Chief Secretary to disallow St. Patrick's procession on Wednesday. Mr. Peacock thought it was not a party procession. ...

    Article : 273 words
  12. PACKING FRUIT FOR EXPORT.

    "A solution of the problem of how to get the more delicate kinds of Australian fruit to the London market in a sound and presentable condition is claimed," writes the Melbourne ...

    Article : 423 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN BASEBALL TEAM.

    The members of the baseball team left by the steamer Monowai this afternoon. There was no demonstration on their behalf. ...

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  14. DEATH OF THE REV. J.F.

    The death of the Very Rev. J. F. Sheridan, D.D., V.G., O.S.B., occurred to-day. The deceased was widely known for his long connection with Roman Catholic affairs in this colony. ...

    Article : 88 words
  15. MANITOBA.

    The latest development of the Manitoba schools trouble takes the form of a manifesto from Bishop Langevit threatening to withhold the right of burial in consecrated ground from ...

    Article : 43 words
  16. CONFERENCES ON PESTS.

    The conference which for some days has been dealing with the Rabbit Bill concluded consideration of the measure to-day. The Bill, which was introduced last session, but ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. THE CITY COUNCIL.

    As the City Council Chamber is being renovated the civic fathers had to meet in the Mayor's Reception-room on Monday. Though the agenda-paper was not heavy the business ...

    Article : 201 words
  18. TURF GAMBLING.

    The Divisional Court, London, on Saturday confirmed a conviction for gambling, the effect of which is to uphold the contention of the Anti-Gambling League (which prosecuted) that ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. THE SHOPS ACT.

    The Full Court has reversed the decision of the Melbourne magistrates in refusing to fine Messrs. McCann & Co., hairdressers, under the forty-eighth section of the Shops Act for ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. CYCLING IN SYDNEY.

    The postponed evening meeting of the League of Wheelmen took place under favorable climatic conditions to-night. The novelty of cycle racing under the electric light proved ...

    Article : 549 words
  21. MR. CLEVELAND.

    A great sensation has been caused in New York by a charge brought in the public press against Mr. Cleveland, the ex-President, by his wife (n[?]e Miss Agnes Folsom), who anouses him ...

    Article : 67 words
  22. THE LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN.

    The council of the League of Victorian Wheelman held a meeting to-night and decided not to grant the patronage of the league to the proposed match between Lesna ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. GREECE STILL OBDURATE.

    Admital Reineck, commander of the Greek fleet, denies the charge brought against him of having in order to prolong the difficulty withheld from the Cretan insurgents knowledge of ...

    Article : 179 words
  24. MELBOURNE-ADELAIDE EXPRESS.

    Mr. Mathie[?]on, the Railway Commissioner, will meet the South Australian Railway Commissioner, Mr. Pendleton, at Serviceton on Thursday for the settlement of the sixth day ...

    Article : 205 words
  25. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Shiel Barry, the well-known London actor, who first attracted notice as an exponent of Irish character, his principal successes being in Boucicault's plays, ...

    Article : 56 words
  26. MILLICENT RABBIT FACTORY.

    Our Millicent correspondent writes under date of March 12:—"The contractor for the erection of the rabbit factory is making good headway with his work, and it is expected ...

    Article : 160 words
  27. POSTAL UNION CONFERENCE.

    Mr. J. Gavan Duffy, the Postmaster-General of Victoria, who is leaving for Washington via, England by the R.M.S. Ormuz, which sails on Wednesday for Europe, has a ...

    Article : 582 words
  28. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    Colonel Kilbey, the late Australasian Chief Secretary of the Salvation Army, and Majors Gor[?]ll and Roberts are leaving for England by the R.M.S. Ormuz, which [?] to-morrow. ...

    Article : 388 words
  29. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The city municipal inspector has made a thorough examination of the catchment area of the reservoir from which the Perth water supply is drawn, and reports that ...

    Article : 99 words
  30. TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON.

    In connection with the Trinity College, London, examinations in music the following colonial honors have been awarded :—Harmony diplomas—Harris and Livingston, Sydney. ...

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  31. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Premier considers that the people, of New-Zealand are greatly at a disadvantage in the matter of freights as compared with the Australian colonies. It is the bounden duty ...

    Article : 81 words
  32. PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD.

    A special meeting of the board of governors of the Public Library, Museum, and Art Gallery was held last Friday afternoon, when there was present the Right Hon. S. J. Way ...

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  33. A RECORD STEAMER TRIP.

    The Flinders took the place of the McGregor and did the trip to Albany in 23 hours despite a heavy sea. She left Albany at 6 o'clock on Saturday evening and established a record by ...

    Article : 454 words
  34. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S INVITATION

    The opinion is growing that Mr. Seddon is unlikely to go to England. The Government have given no sign yet with regard to his intended action. ...

    Article : 34 words
  35. ENGLAND AND AMERICA.

    President McKinley has in a message to the Senate reiterated his hope that members will pass the Anglo-American treaty of arbitration without in any way modifying its efficiency ...

    Article : 37 words
  36. A BANK MANAGER FINED.

    The manager of the Bank of New Zealand, Napier, was fined to-day under the Shop Assistants Act for keeping clerks at work after hours. ...

    Article : 53 words
  37. PUGILISM.

    Murphy, the Australian pugilist, has fought a hard battle with Rice, of New York. The encounter ended in a draw. Corbett is being backed for his approaching ...

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  38. FRIENDLY ISLANDS DISTURBANCE.

    Te Raupo, the rebel leader at Raiatea, was pursued to the top of the highest mountain range, where he surrendered without bloodshed. He has been exiled for life to New ...

    Article : 141 words
  39. TASMANIA.

    Viscount Gormanston and party left for Straban by the Australia this afternoon to take part in the official opening of the Mount Lyell railway and smelters. A great deal of ...

    Article : 91 words
  40. INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS.

    Passengers are still booking very heavily for West Australia, and the popular boats fill up directly their sailing dates are advertised. So much is this the case that there is a difficulty ...

    Article : 263 words
  41. Advertising

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    Advertising : 568 words
  42. THE W.C.T.U.

    The second annual convention of the Adelaide and East Torrens district of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was held in Kent Town Wesleyan lecture-hall on Monday, March 15. There was a ...

    Article : 475 words
  43. ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY.

    Appended is the list of passes for the preliminary examination held in March in connection with the University of Adelaide:— Bertha Ainley, Elizabeth Wade Angus, Elizabeth ...

    Article : 268 words
  44. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION

    The Surveyor-General has telegraphed as follows to Mr. Rudall at Nullagine:— "Propose you continue the search as soon as camels are in fit condition to undergo another ...

    Article : 189 words
  45. THE FEDERAL CONVENTION.

    At the invitation of the Premier delegates to the Federal Convention met in the Executive Chamber this afternoon. All except Messrs. Carruthers and Walker were present. ...

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  46. AN OPERATIC MANAGER'S FAILURE.

    The story of Mr. Martin Simonsen's losses as an operatic manager was told in the Melbourne Insolvency Court last Friday, when he applied to Judge Molesworth for an ...

    Article : 419 words
  47. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    If every mail steamer carried as many passengers each trip as there are on board the R.M.S. Ormuz the companies engaged in the service would have very satisfactory returns. ...

    Article : 290 words
  48. BROKEN HILL.

    William John Crawford, who claims relationship with the Queen, the Czar of Russia, and other crowned heads, and professes to be the owner of most of the stations in this ...

    Article : 89 words
  49. THIS DAY'S EVENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  50. TO DARKEN GERY HAIR.

    Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer, quickest, safest, best; restores the natural color. Lockyer's the real English Hair Restorer. Large bottles 1s. 6d., everywhere.— [Advt.] ...

    Article : 27 words
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