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  2. THE CUP INCURSION.

    Throughout the different railway stations in the city this morning the cry was, "still they come!" No approximate idea could be given of the visitors, [?] every train that ...

    Article : 536 words
  3. LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS.

    It is reported that Dinizulu, the Zulu c[?], who was captured some little while age by the British forces, has made good his escape. ...

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  4. OUR COMMERCIAL COLUMN.

    A general meeting of [?] in the Oakleigh and [?] TreeGuily Steam Tramway Company [?] was held at. No. 2 Ro[?] Melbourne Exchange on 1st November. A[?] ...

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  5. SHORT AND SHARP, BEING CONDENCED COMMENTS ON SUBJECTS OF THE HOUR.

    The Sydney Daily Telegraph thinks recent events in Queensland have tr[?]mphantly demonstrated the fact that the "national" sentiment is a live quality. So far from having ...

    Article : 291 words
  6. THIRD EDITION.

    Had the greet spring racing carnival been inaugurated at any time during the past three weeks there would have been nothing to complain against ...

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  7. BRIEF MENTION.

    A deputation of the residents of North Brighton will wait on Mr Speight as to the enlarging of the station on the cast side, which at present is very inconvenient, and also to ...

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  8. THE CZAR OF RUSSIA.

    His Majesty the Czar, who recently returned from the Caucasus, visited Moscow yesterday, when he received an ovation from the inhabitants. He has ...

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  9. MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AT BIRMINGHAM.

    There is a strong difference of opinion on several leading municipal questions among the aldermen of the Birmingham Corporation. One party is strongly ...

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  10. MELBOURNE HARBOR TRUST. LOAN.

    Tenders are invited for a Melbourne Harbor Trust Loan for L250,000. The minimum has been fixed at 101. ...

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  11. REMINDERS.

    Messrs Forbes and Sons will sell East Melbourne land on Monday. Messrs Campbell and Sons will sell Jersey cattle at Kirk's Bazaar on Monday. ...

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  12. INDIAN TROUBLES IN CANADA

    A considerable force of armed Manit[?]ban Indians attacked and captured a train on the Canadian Pacific railway. A Canadian force has been ...

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  13. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Two and three-quarter per cent. Consols are quoted [?] higher, viz., 97 [?]. ...

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  14. MR GLADSTONE AND THE IRISH QUESTION.

    Mr Gladstone has written a letter to a leading Liberal Union in Midlothian, in which he advocates in the most unqualified manner the retention of the Irish ...

    Article : 56 words
  15. THE MARKET RATE OF DISCOUNT.

    The market rate of discount is 3 per cent. or 2 percent, below the minimum Bank rate. ...

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  16. TALLOW.

    Australian average mutton tallow shows a further advance of 6d being quoted at 32s 6d. Beef has also advanced 6d, and is now at 32s. ...

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  17. IMPROVED ARMS FOR THE BRITISH ARMY.

    The Right Hon. Edward Stanhope, Secretary of State for the War department, has delivered an important speech in which he dealt with the armament of ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. That Beauty Show at

    Spa, in Belgium, has almost regained He ancient fume. Distinguished persons going there this year to drink its ferru[?]inous waters, and to inhale the invigorating air of the ...

    Article : 316 words
  19. THE PRICE OF TIN.

    Best Australian tin (on spot) has declined by 20s, being quoted at L102. ...

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  20. THE MAILS

    The mails ex Orient Steam Navigation Company's R.M.S. Oroya, from Melbourne 20th September, were delivered here today, via Brindisi. ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.

    The London Standard publishes a wrathful leading article dealing with the difficulty between England and the United States in reference to the ...

    Article : 132 words
  22. OUR VISITORS' GUIDE.

    [A special charge is made for insertion of notices under this head.] The following hotelkeepers and persons having apartments for visitors to Melbourne ...

    Article : 382 words
  23. GOLD RETURNS.

    The manager of the Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mining Company reports:--Amalgam for week, 480oz. ...

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  24. A PHOTOGRAPHER'S CASE.

    An important case is before the Police Court today. A young lady, employed by one of the fashionable photographing firms was charged with stealing L50 worth of photographs. The ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. BY WIRE--FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.

    The Daily Telegraph says:--"The rush from Sydney to Melbourne to the Spring Carnival beats the record. The combined attractions of the Cup and its attendant festivities, ...

    Article : 230 words
  26. STOCKS AND SHARES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  27. THE ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF THE CZAR OF RUSSIA.

    As showing the miraculous escape the Czar of Russia had of losing his life when the train in which he was travelling was wrecked it has been ascertained that a ...

    Article : 57 words
  28. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    Rain is reported from West Queensland districts. Nt the Central Police Court today a woman named Alice Kelly, 65 pears of age, was fined ...

    Article : 58 words
  29. There is Death in the Practice.

    Under this heading the New York Press writes as follows:--"Every now and then occurs a death that shocks the gay world, and in its ...

    Article : 247 words
  30. A RUNAWAY MATCH.

    That the "course of true love never did run smooth" we have excellent authority for believing. A practical illustration of the fact took place in the good city of Melbourne on ...

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  31. THE MORALITY OF RACING.

    The "Herald" devotes an article to the question of the morality and lawfulness of racing and sweep consultations; and it is incidentally mentioned that one of the promoters ...

    Article : 245 words
  32. THE TIMES CHARGES AGAINST MR PARNELL.

    Sir William Harcourt has promised to testify before the Commission which has been appointed to inquire into the charges made by the "Times" ...

    Article : 63 words
  33. LOOKING AHEAD.

    Just as you peep in at the open door of his sanctum at the Observatory, knock gently and comply with a pleasant "come in!" you find Mr Ellery over head and ears, as ...

    Article : 415 words
  34. QUEENSLAND AFFAIRS.

    Lord Kautsford, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, has proceeded to Balmoral in order to personally consult her Majesty the Queen with regard to matters ...

    Article : 45 words
  35. Belgian Nobblers.

    The question of diminishing the consumption of spirits in (writes the Times correspondent at Brussels) being seriously discussed hore. In a poor part of Flanders the daily ...

    Article : 111 words
  36. THE STANLEY EXPEDITION.

    Intelligence has just reached here, dated Zanzibar yesterday, announcing that couriers who had arrived there from Tatoar report that a ...

    Article : 260 words
  37. EXHIBITION NOTES.

    The many friends of Mr G. T. A. Lavater, the secretary to the Centennial Exhibition, will be glad to know that that gentleman has at length sufficiently recovered from his recent ...

    Article : 377 words
  38. LATEST SHIPPING NEWS.

    3rd November.--Morning, 1.28; afternoon, L49; tomorrow morning, 2.9; afternoon, 2.29. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. Arrived 12 noon,--Lubra, steamer, from Adelaide. ...

    Article : 350 words
  39. Beer and Brotherhood.

    While the Revenue Statistics of Great Britain for the past year show that the consumption of beer was never so great at any preceding period--a result attributable to ...

    Article : 233 words
  40. MOOREFIELD RACES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 189 words
  41. Was It Right To Show Fight?

    A sleepy railway traveller who was carried beyond his destination on the London, Chatham and Dover line was summoned for refusing to pay a penny, the extra fare, but the ...

    Article : 174 words
  42. THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

    The latest reports brought by the Arabs from the interior state that one of Mr Stanley's white comrades was dead. His name, however, was not ascertained. ...

    Article : 38 words
  43. STANLEY NOT AT WADELAI IN MARCH.

    With reference to the reports of Stanley's expedition brought to Zanzibar yesterday, it is well known in London that Mr Stanley and his expedition had not ...

    Article : 44 words
  44. KILLED BY LIGHTNING.

    Mr Coroner Gaudier held an inquest this morning at the new Golden Fleece Hotel, Coburg, on the remains of the Chinese, Chun Ah King, who was killed by lightning whilst ...

    Article : 196 words
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  46. THE NEWCASTLE COLLIERS STRIKE.

    Right through the coal district satisfaction is expressed at the ter[?]mation of the conference, but it is rather hard to foretell what fate the draft agreement will meet with ...

    Article : 150 words
  47. THE TEMPORAL POWER OF THE POPE.

    His Holiness the Pope has, through the Pontifical Secretary of State, sent a diplomatic note to the Great European Powers, in which he reasserts the ...

    Article : 39 words
  48. Biting the Finger Nails.

    Dr Jerome Tuth[?]l, of Chicago, Ill., in the Medical Record, says:--A novel accident, resulting from a habit of very common prevalence among nervous people, was brought to ...

    Article : 251 words
  49. THE IRISH COMMISSION

    Sir William Vernon Harcourt has written a letter in which he declares some of the statements made by Captain O'Shea in his evidence a few days ago to be pure ...

    Article : 40 words
  50. THE NORTH EASTERN ELECTION.

    The President of the Legislative Council issued a writ this morning for the election of a member for the North-Eastern Province, the recent contest having been declared void on ...

    Article : 99 words
  51. TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  52. Advertising

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  53. "THE TIMES" AND MR PARNELL.

    The Special Commission of Judges appointed to inquire into the charges brought by "The Times" against Mr Parnell and other members of the Irish National ...

    Article : 85 words
  54. Advertising

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