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  2. THE EARTHQUAKE IN ENGLAND. FOUR DISTINCT SHOCKS.

    Further details are published respecting the earthquake which vliicli occurred in England yesterday morning. In some places four distinct shocks ltsewera ...

    Article : 188 words
  3. AN ARMENIAN OUTRAGE.

    An outrage, believed to have been prompted by political motives, was committed in Russia yesterday. An Armenian named Zacharow shot at and ...

    Article : 66 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 71 words
  5. TO-DAY'S ARRANGEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 117 words
  6. THE ARMENIAN AMNESTY.

    The Sultan is still disinclined to grant an amnesty to the Armenian prisoners in Turkey, of whom there are 9,000, without imposing stringent conditions. ...

    Article : 81 words
  7. The Argus.

    Every letter must be accompanied by the namete name and  addressfot eho writer, not necessarilf (or publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.fui tit. Rejected letters cannot be returned under anyr ...

    Article : 86 words
  8. THE CHINA TEA SEASON 1896-97.

    The market has been cleared of pa[?] and stocks now consist of undesirable d[?] scriptions of common kinds. The total exports to the colonies for the ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. THE AMERICAN TARIFF.

    In the United States Senate last night Mr. A. P. Gorman, Democratic senator for Maryland, announced that the Democratic senators would not obstruct the tariff bill ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1896.

    One of the spectacles which has notot yet been seen and which is difficult to imagine is a Legislature in the act of repairing what it has discovered to be ...

    Article : 7,331 words
  11. GERMANY AND CHINA.

    The German Government resolved someiiicnl iei,olietl so ne time ago to send a mission to China for theio purpose of promoting that trade betweene beliitn the two countries. ...

    Article : 48 words
  12. THE PLAGUE AT BOMBAY

    The bubonic plague, which broke out in Bombay in September last, has latterly been increasing in severity. The total number of deaths up to date is 1,100. ...

    Article : 90 words
  13. THE CYCLING ACCIDENT.

    Mr. Justice Hodges, who was injured in the bicycle collision on Wednesday, continues to progress well, his condition yesterday being in every way satisfactory. ...

    Article : 185 words
  14. ANOTHER RISING IN GOA.

    Another rising his occurred in the P[?] tuguese city of Goa, where a serious rising among the native troops occurred twelve months ago. ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. MONETARY STRINGENCY IN INDIA.

    At a meeting of the Indian Council yesterday, it was stated by members that there was great monetary stringency in India, and that the directors of the Bank of ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. AMERICA AND CUBA.

    By way of showing friendship for the people of Cuba, the United States Senate has exempted Cubans from the operat[?] of the Alien Immigrants Restriction Bill. ...

    Article : 35 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.

    The Premier announced with evident gratification this afternoon that the Cabinet had unanimously agreed with him as to the necessity of New South Wales ...

    Article : 229 words
  18. THE CABLE COMMISSION.

    The members of the Pacific Cable Commission, who completed the taking of evidence on the 7th inst., met again yesterday to consider their report. ...

    Article : 95 words
  19. CURIOUS LIBEL ACTION.

    The libel action Brooks versus the societ[?] paper "Truth" was concluded this morning. In this case the journal, which is owned ...

    Article : 79 words
  20. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Council to-day nv the report of the Government Wharfs hnisi Cemiwas ttt-e vvua pre sented. The committee stated that it had not been able to complete its inquiryiiipnrv, and ...

    Article : 120 words
  21. SIR JAMES FERGUSSON.

    Sir James Fergusson, M.P. for Northeast Manchester, and formerly Governor of South Australia and New Zealand, has met with a serious accident. He was riding a ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. COLLISION IN SYDNEY HARBOUR.

    Early this afternoon the steam collier Merksworth, of 260 tons, fully laden with coal, and the property of the Wallarah Coal Company, was sunk in the harbour, after ...

    Article : 266 words
  23. DEATH OF A CRICKETER.

    The death is announced[?] at the age of [?] of Heathfield Harman Stephenson, for many years captain of the S[?] County eleven, and captain of the first All England ...

    Article : 48 words
  24. I THE FINANCIALUTLOOK.

    The Assembly sat till 2 this lus morning, passing vsmg ae Estimats for the colonyolonv and Northern Territory. The House met again at 11 this morning, ...

    Article : 490 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The report of the New Zealand and River Plate Land Mortgage Company Limited for the year ending October 31 has been issued. The profits for the year amounted ...

    Article : 113 words
  26. THE HUMAN INTESTINES

    Are racked and torn by voilent and dangerous so-called remedies. If it is necessary to use an aperient, use Wolfe's Schnapps.—[ADVT.] ...

    Article : 21 words
  27. TO-DAY'S SALES OF LAND AND LAND AND PROPERTY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 335 words
  28. ROBUR TEA.

    The leaf of the genuine tea plant.—[Advt.]Ki'iiniin lin plant.-failvt.] ...

    Article : 9 words
  29. BOOKS FOR PRESENTS.

    The retail, wholesale, and half-price departments of Cole's Book Arcade, Melbourne, containlu the largest and most varied asartment of booksk in any one establishment in Australasia. Retaili do. ...

    Article : 65 words
  30. TO THE DEAF.

    A gentleman who cured himself of Deafness andt Noises in the Head after 14 years' suffering willii gladly send full partic [?] of the remedy post free, Address, H. CLIFTON, A[?]rley-house, Norfolk-street. ...

    Article : 52 words
  31. THE LEVIATHAN CLOTHING COMPANY,,

    The leading house for Boy's and Men's Ready-iouee for Ho}s' mid Men's Ili'ady. made Clothing. HIGH-CLASS TAILORS. All-wool Sac suits to order, 65s, 60s., 70s, ...

    Article : 35 words
  32. UNCLAIMED PRIZES..

    Holders of KANDY KOOLA TEA and COFFEE Coupons should take care of them, as the numberuilmr of unclaimed prizes [?]ath that many prizes are lost through carelessness. The winning numbersvri ...

    Article : 45 words
  33. MESSRS. ROBERTSON AND MOFFATS

    Have now on view in their FINE ART DEPARTMENT a beautiful selection of Artistic Plotures, comprising the latest examples of ENGRANCES, ETCHINGS, PHOTOGRAVURES, And ...

    Article : 65 words
  34. USHER'S WHISKY..

    Acknowledged to be the best whisky in he world.ld. Whether drinking whisky with a friend at yournsir favourite hotel, or ordering it from your wine andir wine mid spirit merchant.rlt mereliant, ...

    Article : 52 words
  35. AT WALLACH'S ESTATE SALE.:.

    Sa[?]es in real leather, 9 pes. £8 [?]s.; 4ft. Side-cs las., In. Sid, boards, bevelled plates, £2 10s.; [?] 3.6 Extension Tables, with screw, £1 7s. 6d.; Single Wire IM,; Nlnalo Wir Shakedowns, 9s. 3d. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 232 to 244 S ii.in., WH lo UM  ...

    Article : 49 words
  36. CADBURY'S COCOA.

    "The typical cocoa of English iuttliu- manufac ture. Absolutely pure."—The "Analyst." —[Advt.] ...

    Article : 17 words
  37. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT.

    Pears, ira, Soap Makerher o Hr Mathety tit j Queen—[LAdvt]J ...

    Article : 15 words
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