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  2. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Royal Hotel, in New York, has been burned down. The fire was attended by terrible loss of life. It is stated that no fewer than 200 of the guests who were ...

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  3. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Italian ambassador in Berlin, the Comte do Launay, has died from influenza. The Archduke Francis Salvator of ...

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  4. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Tenders were opened to-day at the London and Westminister Bank for the Western Australian loan of £250,000, bearing interest at 4 per cent., and ...

    Article : 73 words
  5. EXTRAORDINARY SERIES OF FRAUDS.

    A case of dishonesty and of base ingratitude was discovered some time ago, in Melbourne, but has, until now, been withheld from publicity for various ...

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  6. The Argus.

    The directors of the Real Estate Bank have issued a notice of their intention to propose that the institution be declared insolvent, and that it be ...

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  7. THE POPULATION OF INDIA.

    The census of the whole of India for 1891 shows that the population numbers 288,000,000. In 1881 the population was 254,000,000; and an estimate in ...

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  8. VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    For some weeks past the Tongariro volcano in the heart of the North Island hits shown signs of increased activity, while the thermal forces in the neighbourhood have also ...

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  9. THE LATE MR. SPURGEON.

    Universal references were made yesterday in the various churches and chapels of London to the death of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. The service at ...

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  10. THE PRESIDENCY OF THE UNITED STATES.

    Mr. J. G. Blaine, Secretary of State for the United States, has by letter refused to become a candidate for the Presidency at the next election. ...

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  11. DEGRADATION OF BAVARIAN MILITARY OFFICERS.

    Three officers of the Bavarian Guards have been degraded in consequence of having cruelly treated the men under them. ...

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  12. THE STRIKE ON THE TYNE.

    Twenty-two thousand additional engineers hAVE struck work, in sympathy with those already on strike on the Tyne and Yarrow. ...

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  13. DISMISSAL FROM THE GERMAN. service.

    Count Limburg Stirum has been dismissed from the German service for publicly criticising the commercial treaties recently adopted with various European ...

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  14. MISS NELLIE STEWART.

    The press is unanimous in its verdict upon the success of Miss Nellie Stewart in her first appearance on the stage in London, which took place on Saturday ...

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  15. SUSPENSION OF THE QUEENSLAND DEPOSIT BANK.

    A special meeting of the directors of the Queensland Deposit Bank was held this morning when it was decided— "That owing to the continuous heavy drain on the ...

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  16. THE NEW KHEDIVE OF EGYPT.

    The French Levantine squadron has been upon a visit to Alexandria in order to congratulate the new Khedive of Egypt (Prince Abbas) upon his accession. The ...

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  17. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN SYDNEY.

    A meeting of depositors in the Sydney Permanent Freehold Land and Building Society was, by order of the Supreme Court, held today, when the following proposuls ...

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  18. THE UNITED STATES AND CHILL.

    President Harrison's treatment of Chili during the recent misunderstanding has alienated the sympathies of the Central and South American Republics ...

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  19. THE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT AND BANKING COMPANY.

    The request of the directors of the Freehold Investment and Banking Company for an extension of the term of deposits has met with a very willing response, but as two ...

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  20. THE RETIREMENT OF LORD ONSLOW.

    His Excellency the Governor was entertained at a farewell banquet at Dunedin on Saturday evening. Replying to the toast of his health Lord Onslow said that no one ...

    Article : 227 words
  21. FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

    Another of those distressing fatalities, which are unfortunately of too common occurrence on the railways, took place this morning at the Campbell's Creek road ...

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  22. FIRE AT BROKEN HILL.

    Shortly before 9 o'clock on Saturday evening a fire broke out in a couple of boarding-houses in Argent-street, near the corner of Kaolin-street, occupied by Messrs. Munyard ...

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  23. THE TASMANIAN EXHIBITION

    The following additional exhibition awards have been declared:—H. W. Hyslop, St. Kilda, landscape photos of Victoria, third award; N. Cottier, Ballarat, cabinet photos, ...

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  24. THE TRAGEDY AT HUNTLY.

    Sarah Cook, the demented woman who murdered her little son George at Huntly, on 19th January, by chopping him down with an axe, has been examined by Dr. Shields, chief ...

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  25. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Catherine Johnson, of 96 Carlisle-street. St. Kilda, professional nurse. Causes of insolvency—Illness, and consequent inability to earn money as a nurse. Liabilities, £106 ...

    Article : 65 words
  26. GEELONG.

    This afternoon it was decided at a meeting of citizens held in the town-hall to entertain the retiring Premier, Mr. Munro, M.L.A., at a farewell banquet to be given on Monday, ...

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  27. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—M'Meckan [?] Altken (part heard), Synnott Bros. v. Burk, Francart, and Co. FIRST CIVIL COURT. (Before Mr. Justice Holroyd.) ...

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  28. DISORDERLY MEETING AT BROKEN HILL.

    A special meeting of the local branch of the Amalgamated Miners' Association was held in the Theatre Royal, about 200 members being in attendance, and was ...

    Article : 181 words
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  30. MOVEMENTS OF THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Jumna, of the Queensland Royal mail line, departed from Naples on the 6th inst., homewards bound. ...

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