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  2. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH.

    Mr. Parnell has made an effort to with draw the funds of the Irish National League, amounting to £20,000, banked in his name at Paris. Owing to local ...

    Article : 316 words
  3. BLIND AND DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM.

    On Saturday afternoon the annual meeting of this Asylum was hold in the building at Brighton. His Excellency the Governor presided, and there was a large attendauce of ...

    Article : 1,731 words
  4. MR. BOEHM, R.A.

    H.R.H. Princess Louise, Marchioness of Lore, calling on Air. J. E. Boehm, R.A., found the celebrated sculptor dead in his studio. ...

    Article : 148 words
  5. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Last night Madame Patey closed her Melbourne concert tour, when she took part in " Elijah" at the Town Hall, which was crowded for the occasion. ...

    Article : 175 words
  6. THE IRISH QUESTION.

    Irish political affairs present at this moment the most interesting and remarkable aspect that any phase of British politics has borne for years. ...

    Article : 7,617 words
  7. QUEENSLAND.

    The Railway Commissioners have completed the reclassification of goods carried by the rail and the reassessment of rates of freights, which will be gazetted in due ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. THE WRECK OF THE NEPAUL.

    The captain and passengers of the P. and O. boat Nepaul deny that the lascars deserted the ship when she struck on the rocks in Plymouth Sound. ...

    Article : 40 words
  9. AN AMERICAN BANKER IN TROUBLE.

    Another American financial scandal is reported. Mr. Curtis Stoddart, a United States banker, has been arrested on a charge of ...

    Article : 96 words
  10. TASMANIA.

    The Tainui arrived at Hobart yesterday from London, where she left on October 30. The saloon passengers included:—For Sydney—Messrs. D. Cary. Elwis. ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND.

    It is reported that the late Speaker of the House of Representatives (Sir G. M. O'Rorke), Mr. J. D. Ormond (late member for Napier), Mr. J. Fulton (late ...

    Article : 62 words
  12. WOOL SALES.

    The total number of bales catalogued to date amounts to 148,400. The total number of balas held over amounts to 14,000. The total number sold for ...

    Article : 41 words
  13. GREAT BRITAIN AND PORTUGAL

    Portugal has dispatched troops and artillery to Mozambique to protect her interests in that part of Africa. This bellicose action is regarded with ...

    Article : 77 words
  14. COLONIAL PARLIAMENTS.

    The Premier anticipates that the present Parliamentary session will close this week. He hopes to complete consideration of the Estimates on Monday. ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. [RECEIVED December 14, 6.15 a.m.]

    The wool sales have closed at the highest point of the series. Compared with the October sales inferior Merinos fetched 7½ per cent., and ...

    Article : 43 words
  16. BREADSTUFFS.

    The English wheat market is lifeless. The Continental markets are firm. The American market is steady. ...

    Article : 51 words
  17. THE JEWS IN RUSSIA.

    The Earl of Meath and Sir J. W. Pease will seek an interview with the Czar in behalf of the Jews in Russia, who are subject to special and most oppressive ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS.

    Mr. S. H. Parker has been returned for York, having polled 196 votes against 69 for his opponent, J. Pyke. ...

    Article : 28 words
  19. FATAL FALL FROM A BUILDING.

    About 10 o'clock yesterday morning James Byrne, aged 28, engaged in doing some finishing work about the fifth story of Messrs. Foy & Gibson's new building ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. COMMERCIAL.

    Feneing-wire, German, equal to No. 8, is quoted at £7 5s. Lead, English pig, is quoted at £12 15s. per ton. ...

    Article : 81 words
  21. ACCIDENT ON THE JUMNA.

    Some pipes on board the steamship Jumna, 3,377 tons, of the British-India Associated Line of steamers, have exploded. ...

    Article : 61 words
  22. BLYTH AND GLADSTONE RAILWAY BILL.

    A meeting called by the Mayor as to the withdrawal of the Blyth and Gladstone Railway Bill was held in the Institute Hall on Saturday evening. The attendance was fair. ...

    Article : 154 words
  23. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY TRIAL.

    The Premier Permanent Building Society trial was continued yesterday. Dr. Madden began his address in defence of Gourlay. Dr. Madden Raid the two ...

    Article : 188 words
  24. [RECEIVED December 14, 6.15 a.m.]

    Mr. McBurney, of Victoria, has obtained the degree of Doctor of Music at Dublin University. ...

    Article : 29 words
  25. LORD HINDLIP.

    Lord Hindlip, the Chairman of All-sopps' Brewing Company, is about to pay another visit to Australia. He will Bail in the Orient liner Orizaba, which leaves ...

    Article : 32 words
  26. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    At a meeting held at Homburg's Hotel on Friday evening it was decided to forward a memorial to the Railway Commissioners through the members for the district begging ...

    Article : 106 words
  27. GAROTTING IN MELBOURNE.

    Last night at 12 o'clock Mr. J. Hillton, grocer, was proceeding to his home in Drummond-street with his day's takings in his possession, and was garotted and ...

    Article : 58 words
  28. CADET RIFLE MATCHES.

    The annual cadet rifle matches, which took place yesterday at Williamstown, passed off very successfully. Geelong Grammar School won the senior teams ...

    Article : 61 words
  29. HAMLEY BRIDGE, December 14.

    Mr. James Campbell, of Barrabba, died this morning after a remarkably short illness. He wu helping his sons in the field on Thursday, and feeling unwell in the afternoon sought rest ...

    Article : 70 words
  30. THE BALLARAT TRAGEDY.

    After an apparent rally, which almost seemed to indicate recovery, Mrs. Johnson succumbed to her terrible injuries this evening without having made any ...

    Article : 54 words
  31. PORT AUGUSTA, December 14.

    The ship Cathcart, McChesney, master, sailed yesterday to the United Kingdom with a cargo of 73,009 bushels of wheat of the value of £12,077. ...

    Article : 56 words
  32. ANOTHER FIRE IN SYDNEY.

    A fire occurred late last night at the Pacific Foundry, Druitt-street, close to the New Zealand Company's Wharf. The fire spread rapidly and consumed the ...

    Article : 79 words
  33. TAYLOR'S REFRIGERATING CAR.

    Taylor's patent railway refrigerating car, which left Geelong on the 5th inst. for Adelaide, arrived in Spencer-street on Saturday with the fifty carcases of ...

    Article : 93 words
  34. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

    The first load of new wheat came forward to-day, and was purchased by Messrs. John Darling & Son. The sample is excellent, and will average quite 16 bushels to the acre, and ...

    Article : 111 words
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