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  2. RING UP!

    It is not Improbable that Launceston business men and the public generally will very shortly be able to talk over the wires to the good people ...

    Article : 595 words
  3. WOOL SALE.

    The second sale of wool under the now regime was held at the Mechanics Institute yesterday afternoon, when there was a moderate attendance, ...

    Article : 968 words
  4. ACROSS THE STRAITS.

    Mr. John White, eldest son of the late Mr. E. White, of Illowa, Victoria, while returning from the Penshurst races on Boxing Day, was thrown from ...

    Article : 58 words
  5. THE TECHNICAL SCHOOL.

    In any arrangement at the Launceston public offices that may be in contemplation as a consequence of the Government's policy of ...

    Article : 1,146 words
  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    "Sapho" was reproduced at the Academy of Music last evening, and will be repeated to-night. ...

    Article : 17 words
  7. WIRTH'S CIRCUS.

    There was another good attendance at the citeus last evening. when several fresh items were Introduced into the programme. Two performances ...

    Article : 45 words
  8. NOT GUILTY.

    Harold Price, whose name has frequently appeared in connection with the trial of Friedman, and Levy, In connection with charges of having received ...

    Article : 169 words
  9. A BROWNING FATALITY.

    A telegram was received yesterday morning by Superintendent Driscoll from Sergeant Harris, of Beaconsfield, stating that Robert Nettie, aged about ...

    Article : 490 words
  10. LARGE FIRE IN BRISBANE.

    The Iriswich Brewery, a large two storeyed brick building with extensive cellars, wits completely destroyed by fire on Tuesday night. It was tenanted ...

    Article : 60 words
  11. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL CONCERT CO.

    Mr. Lawrence Campbell will introduce his concert company it the Mechanics on Tuesday and Thursday next. Associated with him are several ...

    Article : 109 words
  12. ACCIDENTS TO RACING CYCLISTS.

    A rather severe accident happened on Monday afternoon to R. H. Walne, the scratch man and one of the favourites for the final of the ...

    Article : 217 words
  13. MYSTERIOUS OUTBREAK OF DISEASE.

    Some time ago cases of spinal meningitis occurred at Bundaleer, S.A., and were supposed to have originated in an Indian hawker's camp. The ...

    Article : 94 words
  14. OUR GERMAN FRIENDS.

    In the November number of the "National Review" the relations of England and Germany are treated in a competent and well-informed article upon ...

    Article : 491 words
  15. A NARROW ESCAPE.

    An intending passenger by the Sydney express had a narrow escape at the railway station at Benalla on Tuesday morning. The train was leaving the ...

    Article : 186 words
  16. THE DANDENONG MURDER.

    Mrs. Sangal, whose sentence of death for the murder of her husband was recently commuted to imprisonment for life, was on Tuesday removed from the ...

    Article : 93 words
  17. MELBA AT WARRNAMBOOL.

    Madame Melba and her company arrived at Warrnambool on Monday night A crowd of 600 or 700 people assembled in the vicinity of the ...

    Article : 368 words
  18. ALLEGED FOUL PLAY.

    W. Bernert, aged about 68, an Austrian rabbiter, was found at the back of an hotel at Carrathool, New South Wales, on Boxing Night suffering from ...

    Article : 120 words
  19. VICTIMS OF A MACHINE.

    At Benalla on Wednesday afternoon a man named Angus M'Kinnon. who was taking a thrashing-machine, belonging to Mr. Johnston, of Pine-lodge. ...

    Article : 142 words
  20. BANK CLERK'S SUICIDE.

    Rudolph Deschamp, 30 years of age, who for the past two year has been ledger-keeper at the local Colonial Bank, committed suicide 4 Morwell. ...

    Article : 116 words
  21. SHOOTING AFFRAY IN MELBOURNE.

    About 12 o'clock on Tuesday night. Constable Gardiner, while near Little Lonsdale-street, heard two shots fired, and proceeding to No. 11 Drewery-lane ...

    Article : 182 words
  22. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 511 words
  23. ENERGY AND ENTERPRISE.

    The Governor-General (Lord Tennyson) has forwarded, a letter to the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures in reply to the address he received from ...

    Article : 118 words
  24. THE PROBLEM OF HEALTH

    When the health of your child becomes a problem that seriously presents itself to you, we can suggest the solution revealed in the following letter:— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 437 words
  25. NEW SOUTH WALES BANKRUPTCY RECORD.

    The return of the Sydney Bankrupty Office for 1002, issued on Wednesday, shows that 85 petitions were presented. Including 366 by debtor, ...

    Article : 126 words
  26. SUCCESSFUL HOUSEBREAKERS.

    While walking in Chapel-street Prahran, on Tuesday evening, Detectives Bear and Coosan' and Pain Clothes Constable Dainty saw two men ...

    Article : 390 words
  27. APPEAL OF DISTRESSED WOMEN

    Mrs. E. B. Macfarlane, writing from Springfield Station, Berrewillick, via Wycheproof, states that there are a number of women who have called upon ...

    Article : 222 words
  28. SERIOUS VEHICLE ACCIDENTS.

    When returning from Lockhart races on Boxing Day, the pair of horses driven by Mr. F. Lackmann bolted. Mr. S. Harrison, of the Club Hotel, and Mr. ...

    Article : 147 words
  29. A FOWL-STEALING "GHOST."

    A Ballarat message states: — A "thieving ghost" has been prowling through the Snake Valley district for some nights, and residents of the ...

    Article : 266 words
  30. SHARK FISHING.

    A fleet of 100 vessels is engaged from January till August in each year in the capture of sharks near Iceland. Only the liver are sought. That of each yields ...

    Article : 45 words
  31. Advertising

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    Advertising : 658 words
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