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  2. POLITICAL.

    "The time has arrived when the taxpayers of the different Australian states should strongly protest against the ...

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  3. INLAND WIRES.

    The Wesleyan Sunday school annual picnic took place to-day. There were light showers, but otherwise the function was very successful. ...

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  4. INTER-STATE CABLES.

    A serious affray occurred on the schooner Isabella Anderson on Tuesday night, when Charles Anderson, cook, received four deep wounds in his thigh, ...

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  5. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—Your leading article in Monday's Issue merits the serious consideration, not only of all those who attend political meetings ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the Police Court on Tuesday morning John Ring, for being drunk and disturbing the peace, was fined 10s, in default a week's imprisonment. W. ...

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  7. ZEEHAN HOSPITAL BOARD ELECTION.

    The Zeehan Hospital Board election took place to-day, votes being recorded at several centres. The number of numbers who voted was 535. Returns ...

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  8. THE REFORM LEAGUE.

    In addition to the manifesto issued to the electors by the Reform League, the executive have framed a list of questions to be put to all candidates ...

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  9. A COMMERCIAL AGENT.

    Mr. Graham Gow has been appointed the commercial agent in England for the colony of New Zealand. ...

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  10. SIR JOSEPH WARD.

    Sir Joseph and Lady Ward will shortly leave on a holiday trip to Australia. ...

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  11. ZEEHAN RAINFALL.

    The rainfall at Zeehan for the month of January was 8.04in. for 15 wet days. ...

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  12. THE SEDDON NATIONAL PURSE.

    The national purse, consisting of £640, which has been subscribed by the admirers of the Premier, will be presented to Mr. Seddon at Auckland ...

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  13. GENERAL MUTTON ON RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The council of the West Australian National Rifle Association waited on Major-General Hutton at Perth on Saturday, and asked for the removal of ...

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  14. LONGFORD LIBRARY.

    The annual meeting of the Longford Library was held on Monday. The report and balance-sheet were adopted on the motion of the chairman. ...

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  15. ALIENS IN QUEENSLAND.

    The Bishop of North Queensland (the Right Rev. G. H. Frodsham, M.A.), who was the morning preacher at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne on Sunday, dealt ...

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  16. NEW ZEALAND GOLD.

    The total quantity of gold exported last month reached 48,770oz., valued at £189,681. ...

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  17. GROUNDING OF A STEAMER

    At the request of the Queensland Marine Board the Marine Department of New Zealand has ordered an enquiry to be made into the grounding ...

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  18. AMUSEMENTS.

    It was a full and delighted house that last evening welcomed Miss Maggie Moore's return for a brief threenight tenancy of the. Academy of ...

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  19. MR. DEAN UNABLE TO COME TO TASMANIA.

    The general secretary of the Reform League (Mr. W. Tynan) received a letter yesterday from Mr. Dean, the secretary of the Victorian National ...

    Article : 174 words
  20. UNIONISTS AND POLITICIANS

    The report presented by the secretary (Mr. John Leady) at the first annual meeting of the Machine Shearers' and Shed Employees' Union, at the ...

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  21. IMPORTANT TO VOTERS.

    All persons who are entitled to vote for the election of a member of the Legislative Assembly should lose no time in securing application forms, ...

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  22. RUSSIAN HOSPITALITY.

    What brand of hospitality is the most exacting? An Englishman who has just returned from some years in St. Petersburg declares (so a ...

    Article : 630 words
  23. STANLEY.

    At the Police Court, 'before Messrs. 'H. G. Spicer and C. T. Smith, Js.P., J. Holt and Edward Brown were fined 10s each for disturbing the peace. Another ...

    Article : 225 words
  24. FINGAL ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Tynan has received a large number of letters from residents of the Fingal district, promising their support to a candidate nominated by the Reform ...

    Article : 64 words
  25. LATROBE.

    A public meeting, convened by the Latrobe branch of the State Reform League, was held at the Oddfellows' Hall last evening to hear the views of ...

    Article : 99 words
  26. AMERICAN RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

    American mails by the Sonoma show that for three weeks prior to January 8 there were a considerable number of railway collisions of a serious ...

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  27. THE EMPIRE.

    The 'above theatre was reopened last night by Fuller's Entertainers, who are now in their eleventh month. Notwithstanding the counter-attractions, ...

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  28. WESTBURY.

    A meeting of the members of the Westbury branch of the Reform League met in the committee-room, Library Hall, Westbury, on Tuesday evening. ...

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  29. SPRENT.

    The heat at Sprent during the last two or three days has been very oppressive. Saturday was about one of the warmest days experienced for some ...

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  30. THE COUNTESS TOLSTOI

    In recording in the "Humane Review" a talk with Leo Tolstoi, Aylmer Maude says:—Those who sympathise with Tolstoy's views, often fail to do justice to ...

    Article : 283 words
  31. MADAME MELBA.

    Mr. W. Fletcher, manager for Mr. D. Thomson, Informs us that there is no intention on the part of the management to increase the charge for ...

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  32. A NOVEL INVENTION.

    An invention just patented promises to render impossible the theft of hats and overcoats hung in hotels, restaurants, and other public places. The device is a ...

    Article : 267 words
  33. 'A' UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT.

    The committee of the N.T.C.A. Bowling Club are making complete arrangements for the holding of a musical moonlight carnival at the Association ...

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  34. THIEVES' CLEVER RUSE.

    While a professor of gymnastics was walking through Vincennes woods, near Paris. on December 24, two young men got in the way. The professor crossed ...

    Article : 115 words
  35. WHAT OUR SOLDIERS COST.

    Sir Edgar Vincent, M.P., recently asked what is the average annual cost of an ordinary private, and the Secretary of State for War has given the following ...

    Article : 81 words
  36. THREE GOLDEN WEDDINGS IN ONE FAMILY.

    Three golden weddings in one family surely constitute a record. The last of the three has just taken place. It was that of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haigh, of ...

    Article : 60 words
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