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  2. CABLE MESSAGES

    An explosion of firedamp has occurred. at Anderlues, in Belgium. As a result 14 miners were killed, and 12 injured. ...

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  3. HOBART & SOUTH

    The well-known pianist, Mr. Charles Beck, died to-day from typhoid fever. ...

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  4. INLAND WIRES.

    A four-roomed house, owned' by Mr. William Gill, and occupied by himself, his wife, and family, was totally destroyed by fire, ...

    Article : 59 words
  5. INTER-STATE CABLES.

    The net results of the interstate adjustments for June are that New South Wales is debited with £12,365, and Victoria with £30,054, while the other states ...

    Article : 56 words
  6. CABLE MESSAGES.

    An immense meeting in the interest of tariff reform was held last night at the Albert Hall. The Duke of Argyll presided. Ten thousand members of the ...

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  7. OUR HOBART LETTER.

    Everything is in readiness for the opening of Parliament on Tuesday afternoon. In the Assembly the Address-in-Reply to the Governor's speech will bo moved by ...

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  8. GENERAL NEWS.

    The building trade is active again. The row of buildings in Collins-street, belonging to Messrs. Brownell, and which have stood the stress and sterms of more thre ...

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  9. SWINE FEVER.

    Another outbreak of swine fever has occurred in the south. Mr. W. L. Shoobridge's Bushy Park herd has developed the disease, and 80 pigs will be killed, ...

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  10. A.M.A. BAZAAR.

    The A.M.A. bazaar was brought to a successful termination at the Gaiety Hall last night. There was a record attendance. It is estimated that the ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. GERMANY AND FRANCE.

    It has been officially announced that the Governments of France and Germany have reached an agreement upon the Morocean situation. It is understood ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. SHOT IN THE LEG.

    Alfred Howlett, a youth of 17 years, who resides in Rouse-street, North Melbourne, narrowly escaped serious injury this afternoon, owing to the accidental ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. DEATH OF A JOURNALIST.

    Mr. Medway Day, editor of the "Tasmanian Mail," who has not enjoyed good health since his arrival in Tasmania nearly two years ago, passed away early ...

    Article : 87 words
  14. FATHER B. MURPHY.

    Father Bernard Murphy, who recently celebrated his 25 years' jubilee as a priest in the Roman Catholic Church in various portions of Tasmania, was the ...

    Article : 335 words
  15. BANKING CHARGES.

    All the Australasian banks announce that in order to meet the competition of companies and firms, who have been offering more favourable terms than the ...

    Article : 66 words
  16. POLICE DEPARTMENT.

    The Commissioner (Mr. George Richardson) says he has recommended that the detective department he constituted a separate branch of the police, in ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. THE LABOUR PARTY.

    The triennial conference of the Political Labour Councils of the states of the Commonwealth was opened yesterday morning at the Melbourne Trades Hall. ...

    Article : 320 words
  18. HARLECH CASTLE.

    The ship Harlech Castle, which left Newcastle (New South Wales) on May 23, with 3221 tons of coal, has stranded at Carrizal Bajo, Chili, to which port ...

    Article : 48 words
  19. SPEECH BY THE CZAR.

    Replying to a deputation, representing members of the nobility and Zemtvos, of Moscow, Orel, Novgorod, and others, urging a continuation of the war ...

    Article : 114 words
  20. THE DEAKIN COUP.

    That Lord Northbrook should have refused to acept Mr. Reid's advice in regard to a dissolution has excited some surprise amongst those who make a study ...

    Article : 209 words
  21. STOCK EXCHANGE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 73 words
  22. PUBLIC WORKS.

    The following tenders have been accepted:—Road, Brighton to Old Beach. David M'Queen, £112 7s; road, district of Trowutta, to selections of Lovett, ...

    Article : 139 words
  23. SOCIALIST SILENCED.

    The German newspapers condemn Prince Von Bulow for silencing M. Jaures. They regard the Chancellor's action as lending undue importance to ...

    Article : 100 words
  24. PRESERVING FOOD.

    Something in the nature of a revolution in present methods of preserving articles of animal food intended for human consumption is promised by the ...

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  25. THE METAL MARKET.

    Copper.—Yesterday's closing quotations for forward delivery were £66 2s 6d to £66 7s 6d. Silver.—Bars are quoted at 2s 3 1-16d ...

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  26. SYDNEY SHEEP SALES.

    Mir. George Cragg, manager of the Tasmanan Woolgrowers' Agency Company, Limited, who has been to Sydney in connection with the annual sheep sales, ...

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  27. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the district members will be held on Monday evening, and a copy of the report to be submitted has, I am told, been forwarded ...

    Article : 232 words
  28. TEMPERANCE MEETING.

    To-day the 27th Sunday meeting was held at the Temperance Hall. Dr. Gerard Smith, health officer, presided, and deprecated the way in which Hobart was ...

    Article : 252 words
  29. COMMERCIAL.

    Eucalyptus Oil.—The market is slow at 9d to 1s. Honey.—Very little business is doing. Australian is quoted at 12s to 18s, and ...

    Article : 167 words
  30. SEDITIOUS CIRCULARS.

    General Lineviteh, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army in Manchuria, has sentenced several Russian officers to death for distributing seditious cirquiars ...

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  31. COLLIERY DISPUTE

    In the Supreme Court this morning the Chief Justice (Sir Frederick Darley) dealt with an application on behalf of Messrs. J. and W. Brown, proprietors ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. DROUGHT IN RUSSIA.

    To all to Russia's troubles, drought threatens many of her provinces, and a famine is feared. The worst reports are from the following provinees:— ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. CLERICAL.

    The congregation of St. Andrew's Church have unanimously chosen the Rev. James Barr. of Case, New South Wales, to succeed the late Rev. Dr. ...

    Article : 398 words
  34. LAWN TENNIS.

    The brothers Doherty retain the doubles championship, having beaten Smith and Risely by three sets to one. ...

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  35. FEDERAL MINISTERS.

    In the early days of federation, when the Barton Government was in power, the departments of national work allotted to respective Ministers were ...

    Article : 257 words
  36. SPIRITUAL MANIFESTATION

    In his sermon yesterday morning at the Memorial Church, the Rev. Edward Isaac mentioned a very remarkable spiritual manifestation as recently ...

    Article : 280 words
  37. NEW ZEALAND POLITICS.

    Mr. Seddon in moving the second reading of the Old Age Pensions Amendment Bill, to increase the annual pension from £18 to £26, said that the financial ...

    Article : 154 words
  38. BROOKES BEATEN.

    Yesterday H. L. Doherty, playing in brilliant form, beat N. E. Brookes (Vie.) by three sets to love, 8—6, 6—2, and 6—4. ...

    Article : 26 words
  39. AMERICAN GIRL CHAMPION.

    May Sutton, an American girl of 18, won the Indies' championship without losing a set throughout the tournament. ...

    Article : 22 words
  40. SOUTH AFRICA.

    A day or two ago General Botha recommended the postponement of a decision in regard to working under the constitution until the effect of the ...

    Article : 65 words
  41. JAPS AND CHINESE.

    A return, prepared at the instance of Mr. Bamford, M.P., relating to the number of Chinese and Japanese in Australia who have become naturalised British ...

    Article : 118 words
  42. SIGNS AMONG WOMEN.

    The Japanese women have certain methods of arranging their hair, whereby a person can tell at once whether any woman whom he sees is a maiden who ...

    Article : 126 words
  43. AN ARMY'S CAST-OFF WEAPONS.

    Some idea of the vast quantities of discarded war material thrown upon the general market by the successive changes in armament adopted by the ...

    Article : 83 words
  44. THE PRINTING OFFICE.

    There is considerable trouble in the Government Printing Office. The ostensible cause of complaint is the preparation of some new regulations which the ...

    Article : 126 words
  45. Advertising

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    Advertising : 152 words
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