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  3. ANGLO-PORTUGUESE DIFFICULTY.

    An agreement has been come to between the Government of Great Britain and Portugal for a prolongation of the modus vivendi between the two nations ...

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  4. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    There is a rise in the quotations for wheat and flour of one shilling. Cargoes of wheat to arrive have been sold at 42s 9d per 496lbs. ...

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  5. THE CONDEMNED MAN JOHNSTON.

    The medical board which' was appointed by the Executive Council yesterday to examine and report on the sanity of Johnston, under sentence of death for the ...

    Article : 106 words
  6. MR MICHAEL DAVIT.

    Mr Michael Davitt, who lately resigned the editorship of the Labour World, with the intention of emigrating to, California, will sail for San Francisco, via New ...

    Article : 32 words
  7. MR GLADSTONE.

    Dr Gladstone, who is suffering from a severe attack of influenza, 1s reported to be in a feverish condition. ...

    Article : 21 words
  8. HEIR APPARENT'S FINANCES.

    The World in a semi-inspired article contradicts the rumour that the Prince of Wales is financially embarrassed, and that the Queen has been obliged to grant some ...

    Article : 43 words
  9. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Bishop Stanton, of Queensland, was installed to-day as Bishop of Newcastle. The ceremony was most impressive and largely attended. ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. SALE OF CROWN LANDS.

    A sale of Crown lands was held at Mr Crouch's auction rooms to-day, when the following purchases were made:—Town lands—Town of 'Bridgewater, section A, ...

    Article : 340 words
  11. ATTACK ON THE CZAREVITCH.

    The Czarevitch, who has been making a tour in the East, has been attacked with a sword in a public place in the city of Tokio, the capital of Japan, and ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. LOOK OUT IN BUILDING TRADE.

    A serious lock out in the building trade is expected to take place on the 23rd inst. ...

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  13. ARGENTINE FINANCES.

    The Government at Buenos Ayres has appointed a special commission composed of experts to enquire into and report on the condition and re organisation of ...

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  14. CORNWALL DISTRICT, M.U.

    An Evandale correspondent writes:—In the midst of the throes of electioneering, our township has still been further agitated by an official visit on Monday from ...

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  15. MR REIBEY AT CARRICK.

    Mr Relbey held a meeting Monday night, Mr H. Dumaresq in the chair. About 150 assembled, and the honourable gentleman spoke continuously for considerably over an hour. and ...

    Article : 190 words
  16. GERMANY MENACES FRANCE.

    It is reported that the Emperor of Germany is very strongly incensed against the Parisians in consequence of their hostile attitude towards his mother, the ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. IS SYDNEY FOR FEDERATION?

    The Colonial Treasurer, Mr W. M'Millan, attempted to address a crowded meeting of his constituents (East Sydney) last night in reply to the heavy attacks made on the ...

    Article : 210 words
  18. THE END OF THE WORLD.

    Dr. Cumming, who has repeatedly prophesied the end of the world at a, definite data, has announced that the catastrophe will positively take place on June 1st. ...

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  19. THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

    Votes for the electoral district of Selby will not be taken at the Town Hall, Launceston, but at the Public Buildings, on 22nd inst. between the hours of 8 a.m. ...

    Article : 222 words
  20. ELECTION ECHOES.

    According to Burton, "comparisons are odious," but those who attended the political meeting at the Albert Hall on Tuesday evening were not of that opinion, and ...

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  21. EXPULSION OF CAPTAIN VERNEY.

    The motion by the Right Hon. W. H. Smith for the expulsion of Captain Verney from the House of Commons, on account of his having been convicted and [?]entenced for an infamous offence, was ...

    Article : 41 words
  22. PARNELL DELEGATES IN CANADA.

    The delegates sent by Mr Parnell to Inada to collect subscriptions to the Home Rule Fund, were enthusiastically welcomed at Quebec. ...

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  23. MR. MURRAY AT WEST DEVONPORT.

    Mr Henry Murray addressed a meeting of electors of East Devon at Buck's Hall (writes our correspondent) on Tuesday evening. There was only a meagre ...

    Article : 331 words
  24. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Lord Kintore, who is making a tour of the colony, is now camped at a place, about 13 miles from Alice Springs, right in the heart of the country. ...

    Article : 109 words
  25. EARTHQUAKE IN CEYLON.

    A [?] earthquake shock in Ceylon has caused considerable damage to property. ...

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  26. TASMANIAN WOOLGROWERS' AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED.

    The eleventh half-yearly general meeting of shareholders in the above company was held in the office, St. John street, yesterday afternoon, when there wore ...

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  27. MR FRANK ARCHER AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.

    A meeting of the electors of Selby was held in the Mechanics Institute last evening, for the purpose of hearing Mr Frank Archer, a candidate for a seat in ...

    Article : 1,360 words
  28. HONOURS TO A LABOUR LEADER.

    Wilson, the secretary to the Cardiff Seamen's Union, who was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for inciting a riot during the late strike, has been ...

    Article : 43 words
  29. QUEENSLAND.

    The Government have introduced a bill to prohibit secret bills of sale, which' are becoming very numerous, to the detriment of trade progress. ...

    Article : 58 words
  30. A PAPAL TITLE.

    His Holiness the Pope has conferred it title of Count of the order of St. Gregory on the Ion. Oliver Mowat, Premier of the Province of Quebec. ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN CRUISERS.

    The new cruiser Tauranga has been impelled to put back to Devonport owing [?]defects in her condensers. The Ringarooma has sailed for. ...

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  32. HOBART AND THE SOUTH.

    The Supreme Court sat all day in the case of Flemington v. Wooby for trespass, damages £100. After evidence had been taken, Mr Justice Dodds reserved ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—In connection with the recent lamentable gun accidents, it has been stated that a boy bled to death from a gunshot wound in the hand, and now there is ...

    Article : 428 words
  34. LONDON UNIVERSITY.

    The Convocation of the London University has rejected the proposal for a [?] construction under a new charter by a majority of two hundred to sixty-four ...

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  35. MR VON STIEGLITZ AT KING'S MEADOWS.

    Mr J, C. Von Stieglits addressed s meeting of electors of Evandale at the Swan Inn, King's Meadows, last evening, when there was a good attendance considering ...

    Article : 205 words
  36. LETTERS PATENT.

    The following letters patent have been granted:—To Thomas young, of Glasgow, for improvement in valves for corrosive or other fluids; to Moritz Wolff Judell, of ...

    Article : 83 words
  37. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    A formal investigation by the Court of Marine Enquiry into the wreck of the four-masted bark Craigieburn, near Point Nepean on the night of the 8th inst., will ...

    Article : 246 words
  38. OFFENCES AT SEA.

    At the City Police Court to-day, the charge of. assault against John Crisp, chief officer of the bark Bankville, for unlawfully beating a seaman named Martin ...

    Article : 193 words
  39. MR FENTON AT STOWPORT.

    On Tuesday evening Mr Fenton met the electors at Stowport Hall (writes our Burnie correspondent), when there was a numerous attendance. Mr R. Rutherford, ...

    Article : 86 words
  40. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

    The committee of the Southern Tasmanian Pastoral Society met to-day and made [?]minary arrangements for the annual meeting to be held under the ...

    Article : 277 words
  41. THE ELWOOD SWAMP MYSTERY.

    The mystery which surrounded the finding of the body of a man, in the Elwood swamp recently was cleared up at the inquest on the body to-day. The jury found ...

    Article : 96 words
  42. INCIDENCE OF TAXATION.

    SIR,—In your report of Mr Hartnoll's speech last night he said— "They desired to see, the floating wealth of the community go from hand to hand untaxed." ...

    Article : 409 words
  43. MR ALCOCK AT THE FORTH.

    Mr Alcock met the electors at the Town Hall, Forth, last evening. About 60 persons were present, and Mr Jas. Smith occupied the chair. Mr Alcock expressed himself in favour of ...

    Article : 591 words
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