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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 14 words
  3. ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Council the debate on the Address in reply was continued, and further adjourned until to-day, speeches being made by the Hons. A. R. Addison and J. L. Stirling and ...

    Article : 219 words
  4. INTERESTING NOTES ON PHOTOGRAPHY.

    An interesting review of the progress of holography during the past twelve months was given by Mr. Dobbin in an address delivered before the members of the ...

    Article : 1,738 words
  5. NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Reid delivered aa address at Dubbo to-night in support of the candidature of Mr. S. Phillip, the Government nominee for that constituency. The Premier was given an ...

    Article : 956 words
  6. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Prince of Wales is pr crossing satisfactorily under surgical treatment, and is fairly comfortable considering the se[?]erity of the accident he sustained. Rontgen rays ...

    Article : 102 words
  7. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOAN.

    The Agency of the Government of Western Australia has invited tenders for a new Government 3 per cent, loan of £1,000,000, the minimum being fixed at £94. Tenders are ...

    Article : 81 words
  8. BARBARIC CUBANS.

    The Cuban insurgents are profoundly disgusted with General W. R. Shatter for what they regard aa his absurdly merciful treatment of the Spanish troops who have ...

    Article : 626 words
  9. A WEST AFRICAN INCIDENT.

    In the House of Commons on June 30 Mr. Curzon, the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated that the Govern meat bad claimed compensation from the French ...

    Article : 191 words
  10. THE PROSPECTS OF PEACE.

    It is asserted that Mr. HcKinley, President of the United States, in the course of a conversation with a member of the Senate, stated at he did not expect the war with Spain to ...

    Article : 58 words
  11. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA.

    The Directors of the Union Bank of Australia have issued their report and balance-sheet for the year ended February 28, 1898. The balance to credit of profit and loss is ...

    Article : 99 words
  12. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    The shooting in connection with the Queen's Prize was resumed at the National Rifle Association's annual gathering at Bisley yesterday. Included in the 300 who will fire in the final ...

    Article : 145 words
  13. NOTES IN THE COUNCIL.

    The Chief Secretary notified that nest day he would move the adoption of the report of the Bundaleer Waterworks Commission, and Mr. Tomkinson that he would ...

    Article : 775 words
  14. GENERAL SHAFTER ASSAULTED.

    Particulars have been published of an extraordinary assault on General Shafter, who commands the American troops at Santiago. The representative of the "New York ...

    Article : 108 words
  15. STOCKS AND SHARES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 144 words
  16. THE WRECKED STEAMER CHINA.

    Telegrams from Perim contain the welcome intelligence that the divers engaged on the hull of the P. & O. steamer China, which went ashore on Azalea Point, hare stopped the ...

    Article : 57 words
  17. CRETE.

    The squadrons of British, French, and Russian vessels which are in Cretan waters have frustrated an attempt on the part of Turkey to laud troops in Crete to reinforce ...

    Article : 41 words
  18. LOSS OF THE WENDOUREE.

    Messrs. Huddart, Parker, & Co.'ssteamer Wendouree grounded upon the Oyster-bank at Newcastle early this morning when proceeding to sea from that port. ...

    Article : 328 words
  19. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    The physician who is attending the Prince of Wales reports that His Royal Highness, who was restless on Monday night, passed a good night on Tuesday. ...

    Article : 34 words
  20. BREADSTUFFS.

    Wheat.—The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,470,000 qrs., compared with 2,660,000 qrs. a week ago. The quantity afloat for Continental ports is ...

    Article : 41 words
  21. DEPUTATIONS.

    Port Tine Wants.—The Hon. A. Catt and Mr. K. A. Roberts, members for Gladstone, waited on the Commissioner of Public Works on Tuesday, July 19, and ...

    Article : 206 words
  22. M. EMILE ZOLA.

    M. Emile Zola, who was yesterday convicted and sentenced to a year's imprisonment and a fine of 30,000 francs for libelling the Paris Council of War, has been permitted to ...

    Article : 41 words
  23. A CHINESE MURDERER.

    A telegram from San Francisco states that i Chinese who had committed a murder took refuse in a use factory at Oakland. The police discovered his whereabouts, and ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. THE WOOL SALES.

    The wool sales closed to-day firm, and the highest prices prevailed. London, July 20. The following sales of Australasian wool were ...

    Article : 175 words
  25. WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

    The Rev. Hugh Price Hughes, the leader of the forward movement of Wesleyan Method ism, has been elected President of the Wesleyan Conference of England and Wales. ...

    Article : 67 words
  26. PENNY POSTAGE.

    Mr. Henniker Heaton, the member for Canterbury, has received congratulations from forty members of the House of Commons, representing the Colonial Party, and five ...

    Article : 44 words
  27. AN ASIAN RAILWAY PROJECT.

    Count Kapnist, a Russian noble, has applied to the Sultan of Turkey for a concession giving a private Company the right to construct a railway from Tripoli Harbour, Syria ...

    Article : 118 words
  28. ADELAIDE LIFE ASSURANCE AND GUARANTEE COMPANY.

    On Wednesday the annual general meeting was held at the offices, Marlborough Chambers. Sir John Colton, Chairman of Directors, presided over a large ...

    Article : 285 words
  29. SILVER.

    The price of silver is hardening. To-day's quotation is 2s. 3 7/6d. per oz., showing a rise of 1/16d. on Monday's rate. ...

    Article : 26 words
  30. AN EMPEROR'S DECREE.

    The "Times" of June 3 publishes a summary of a curious decree recently issued by the Emperor of China. It is a pathetic wall over the impotence of China in face ...

    Article : 412 words
  31. TASMANIAN RAILWAYS.

    A deputation from the Hobart and West Railway League waited on the Premier this Morning in reference to the alleged intention of the Ministry to allow the Emu Bay ...

    Article : 321 words
  32. LONDON COMMERCIAL.

    Tallow.—The number of casks of tallow offered at auction this week was 975, and the number sold 850. Prices of all kinds were unchanged. ...

    Article : 32 words
  33. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday, July 20. The man who was lost overboard from the steamer Derwent during her trip from Melbourne to Warrnambool last week, is believed ...

    Article : 117 words
  34. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The British Medical Association has granted Dr. G. Elliot Smith, of Sydney, a research scholarship of the value of £150. ...

    Article : 27 words
  35. CIVILIZED METHODS.

    President McKinley has issued a proclamation to the inhabitants of Eastern Cuba, which the Spaniards have capitulated. In it he guarantees to all the peaceful residents of ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. NEW SOUTH WALES PUBLIC SERVICE.

    The members of the Public Service are in a ferment owing to the fact of its having become known that heads of departments are being required to make out certificates regarding the ...

    Article : 83 words
  37. PARLIAMENTS IN SESSION

    In the Legislative Council to-day the Premier, replying to Mr. Higgins said he had received no information officially of any treaty between England and Japan in reference to ...

    Article : 394 words
  38. NOTES IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    Private members enjoyed the first opportunity of bringing forward their business. The staple talk was on education and cemeteries, a union of living and dead ...

    Article : 1,182 words
  39. FURTHER SUBMISSIONS.

    When notified of the fall of Santiago the Spanish authorities in Guantanamo and Caimamera, large towns about forty miles east of that city, capitulated to the Americans. ...

    Article : 35 words
  40. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Government Statistician sets down the population of the colony on June 30 at 1,335,800. There was an increase during the half-year of 12,340. ...

    Article : 123 words
  41. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISING COMPANY.

    The general half-yearly meeting of the above Company was held at 111, King William-street, on Wednesday morning. The Hon. John Carr presided. The Directors' ...

    Article : 129 words
  42. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    The Palmerston and Pine Creek Railway earnings for the week ended July 16 were £22S. The Menmuir, steamer, arrived from ...

    Article : 77 words
  43. MANZANILLO BOMBARDED.

    The United States squadron, under the command of Admiral Sampson, has hombarded the forts at Manzmillo, a seaport of 30,000 inhabitants, situated on the east side of a ...

    Article : 59 words
  44. THE BARRIER TRADE.

    Mr. O. S. Moddocks, Sub-collector of Customs, has supplied the following statistics with reference to the Barrier trade for the six months ended June 30. Imports from or ...

    Article : 146 words
  45. FOOTBALL.

    BROKEN HILL, Wednesday, July 20. The match this afternoon Yorke's Peninsula team v. Broken Hill was won by the former with 6 goals 7 behinds to 4 goals 1 behind. ...

    Article : 36 words
  46. CUBANS EXECRATED.

    Reports from Santiago state that the officers und privates of the United States and Spanish armies are on the friendliest terms, and may daily be seen conversing together. ...

    Article : 58 words
  47. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday, July 20. Under the American shipping laws foreign-owned vessels are not allowed to trade between American ports, and the annexation of Hawaii ...

    Article : 150 words
  48. FATAL ACCIDENT AT MORGAN.

    The body of an elderly man whose name it has been ascertained is Alexander Mclutyre, has been found under the railway culvert. The head was lying in a pool ...

    Article : 82 words
  49. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    Cyclorama.—Crimean War. Afternoon. 12.—Broken Hill Chambers—Meeting Kalgoorlie Crushing and Cyanide Co. ...

    Article : 71 words
  50. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.

    The Gera left Suez on the morning of Monday, July 18, outwards. ...

    Article : 17 words
  51. P. AND O. LINE.

    The Britannia arrived at Plymouth on Sunday morning, July 17, homeward bound. At Black Bull Fields, Leeds, William Buckler, of Newport, Moa., concluded his ...

    Article : 208 words
  52. A MILLIONAIRE'S WILL.

    The will of the late Mr. John Lang Currie, of Larra, near Camperdown, was to-day lodged for probate. The estate in Victoria is valued at £417,000, consisting of £233,800 in real ...

    Article : 144 words
  53. PHILANTHROPIC.

    Adelaide Charity Carnival.—The member) of the General Committee met in the Mayor's Reception-room Town Hall, on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. L. P. Lawrence presided. The Hon. Secretary ...

    Article : 315 words
  54. THE AUSTRALIA AT ALBANY.

    The R.M.S. Australia, of the P. &. O. Line, Reeves, commander, arrived from Colombo at 7.15 a.m. to-day. Passengers in the saloon:— ...

    Article : 132 words
  55. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 438 words
  56. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A writ has been served on the Western Australian Newspaper Company for a statement published in the "West Australian" that a writ had been served on Mr. Rowland ...

    Article : 163 words
  57. A NOVEL SMUGGLING CASE.

    In a consignment of seven cases of plants sent by the Customs Department to the Department of Agriculture for fumigation as provided by the Diseases in ...

    Article : 107 words
  58. BRITISH ULTIMATUM.

    The Cabinet has decided that the most delicious smoke procurable is Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes, which are now on the market. Scientists advise smokers to have ...

    Article : 37 words
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