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  2. MINING.

    Two tons of stone has been received from the New City of Melbourne claim, Mathinna, and will be crushed by the Mudie plant to-day at Messrs Scott and ...

    Article : 77 words
  3. CABLE MESSAGES.

    Henry, alias Breton, the perpetrator of the bomb outrage at the Lazaire Terminus Hotel, in Paris, has furnished the police with a list of the names of ...

    Article : 91 words
  4. INTERCOLONIAL.

    The Premier is averse to a renewal of the mail contract with the P. and O. Company unless some understanding is arrived at to reduce the freights on frozen meat, ...

    Article : 87 words
  5. UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA.

    A meeting of the University Council was held this afternoon, Sir Lambert Dobson, Chancellor, being in the chair. Mr H. C. Kingsmill, M.A., brought up ...

    Article : 391 words
  6. CRICKET.

    Our Burnie correspondent writes:—The local cricketers met a team from Sulphur Creek on Saturday afternoon on the sports ground. The visitors, who went in first, ...

    Article : 251 words
  7. GOLD.

    Included in the cargo of the Pateena for Melbourne yesterday was 158oz 14dwt 21gr gold, valued at £635, shipped by the Commercial Bank Limited. ...

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  8. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At the Central Criminal Court to-day Wm. Harry Macnamara and Samuel A. Rosa were convicted of publishing a libel on the Savings Bank in a periodical ...

    Article : 127 words
  9. IMPORTANT ARREST.

    An anarchist has been arrested at Cincinnatti (U.S.). In his possession was found a list with the names of 120 anarchists on it. ...

    Article : 25 words
  10. SILVER.

    Our Hobart correspondent wired last night that the shipment of 213 tons of ore sent away early in December to Europe from the Silver Queen mine has realised ...

    Article : 34 words
  11. LATER. RECENT TRAGEDY IN GREEN-WICH PARK.

    Thousands of persons yesterday visited the scene of the bomb tragedy in Greenwich Park. The bombs' found by the police at the ...

    Article : 98 words
  12. TIN.

    The Pateena, for Melbourne yesterday, took among her cargo 2 tons 2qr tin, valued at £138, shipped by Mr R. Gardner. The Warrentinna, from Hobart via ...

    Article : 69 words
  13. LONGFORD UNION V. ENTALLY-CARRICK UNION.

    A fine display of batting was the order of the day at Longford last Saturday. H. Pithouse and Best started for Longford, and in a few minutes 65 was up before the ...

    Article : 364 words
  14. MERCANTILE BANK PROSECUTIONS.

    Sir Matthew Davies and Messrs Muntz and Millidge were placed on their trial to-day before Mr Justice Hood on a charge of concurring in issuing a false and ...

    Article : 75 words
  15. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    EAST VOLUNTEER, Lefroy, Feb. 17— [?] past week winze has been sunk [?]urther dept of 8ft; total from the 143ft level, 32ft. There is very little change ...

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  16. GENERAL CABLES.

    Two-thirds of the victims at Rio Janeiro to yellow fever have been foreigners. ...

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  17. WRECK OF A BRICANTINE.

    Telegrams received this afternoon from Queensland announce the total loss of the brigantine Borough Belle, 210 tons, on January 30. The ship was bound for the ...

    Article : 96 words
  18. SPORTING.

    Thus the Sporting Judge, a remarkably live little Victorian sporting journal, the editor of which paid Tasmania a visit during the recent racing carnival:—"At ...

    Article : 473 words
  19. INCENDIARISM AT CHICAGO.

    Another incendiary fire has taken place at the Chicago Exhibition, doing considerable damage. ...

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  20. MILITARY SEVERITY.

    One hundred and thirty-five Roum[?]nian cavalry officers have resigned their commissions. They protest against the severity of the discipline ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. LATE COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Wheat is offering freely, ex rail, at 2s 3½d, but a large parcel has sold, ex store, at 2s 4d. Potatoes are in heavier supply and are weaker, Warrnambools at 47s 6d and ...

    Article : 73 words
  22. NOTES BY "FLAGSTONE."

    The preliminary arrangements in connection with the holding of the mining conference in Launceston are progressing favourably, and early in March it is ...

    Article : 981 words
  23. BILLIARDS.

    Mr J. H. Roberts (the "Australian Roberts") gave an exhibition of skill at the Criterion Hotel last evening, and there was a numerous gathering in the ...

    Article : 228 words
  24. COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

    The Colonial Conference at Ottowa meets on June 21, and the Imperial Government and Fiji have been invited to send representatives. ...

    Article : 86 words
  25. SOUTHERN NEWS.

    The Council of Agriculture will hold a meeting here to-morrow. The committee of the village settlement scheme is negotiating for the purchase of ...

    Article : 134 words
  26. RESCUED FROM A WATERY GRAVE.

    The five hundred persons who drifted out to sea on an ice floe from Ingerman Land, Helsingfors, in Finland, have been rescued. ...

    Article : 27 words
  27. GAZETTE APPOINTMENTS.

    The following appointments are notified in the Gazette:—Sergeant Major John Anderson to be a captain; Arthur Dowling to be postmaster at Exton; Thomas Young, ...

    Article : 57 words
  28. ENGLAND AND FRANCE IN WEST AFRICA.

    The French official explanation with reference to the attack by a body of French troops on the British camp at Warina on December 23, which ended ...

    Article : 63 words
  29. HOMING.

    A mob race was flown from Snake Banks on Saturday. Only two birds started, and after making up the time allowances it was found that the race resulted in a dead ...

    Article : 275 words
  30. PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS.

    The following probates have been granted:—Jane Watkins to Jane Margaret Watkins, £120; Andrew Howard to John Howard and John Edward Howard, £115; ...

    Article : 59 words
  31. MONETARY AND FINANCIAL.

    The Times considers the decision of the Victorian Government to loan money to farmers requires the utmost caution, and that it ought to abstain ...

    Article : 41 words
  32. V.R.C.

    There was a good attendance at Bowes's Tattersall's this evening, when the card of the Newmarket Handicap was called over, but there was not much betting. ...

    Article : 103 words
  33. POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH CONFERENCE

    The delegates to the Postal and Telegraph Conference, which will commence its sittings in Wellington on March 5, passed through Hobart to-day on the way to New ...

    Article : 167 words
  34. SILVER QUESTION.

    A deadlock has occurred in the House of Representatives on the silver seig[?]iorage on coinage, and the minority refuses to make a quorum. ...

    Article : 25 words
  35. Advertising

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  36. INDIAN DEFICIT.

    The Indian budget shows a deficit of 350 lacs of rupees. TOMATO SAUCE.—Irvine and M'Eachern appointed sole agents celebrated Australasian ...

    Article : 56 words
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