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  2. VISIT OF MARK TWAIN.

    When you sit down to "interview" Mark Twain he makes a remark that recalls the stock observation of the member of Parliament who is about to inflict himself ...

    Article : 1,907 words
  3. THE CUBAN REVOLT.

    A telegram despatched from Havana by way of New York by our Special correspondent on Thursday, and published in The Times of yesterday, confirms and completes ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  4. ST. LAWRENCE.

    I have just returned from a trip up the Clermont Road as far as Table Mountain, and regret to have to report unfavourably on the grass and condition of the stock all along ...

    Article : 465 words
  5. BARCALDINE.

    A malicious and cowardly trick was played last week on one of the coopers employed at the local Boiling Down Works. Some time during the night, and in the absence of the ...

    Article : 441 words
  6. TAMBO.

    The monthly meeting of the Committee of the Mitchell and Warrigo Hospital was held in the Court House on Tuesday last. There were present:—Messrs. H. W. Webber ...

    Article : 457 words
  7. THE STRANDING OF THE WARRIMOO.

    The accident to the s.s. Warrimoo occurred on Friday afternoon, the 10th of August. The fog was very thick at the time, and the ship bumped on to a rock. The sound of ...

    Article : 307 words
  8. BLACKALL.

    Mr. J. Underwood, the well-known driver for Cobb and Co., died at the Hospital on Sunday evening. A severe cold on a weakened constitution was I believe the ...

    Article : 535 words
  9. WINTON.

    A sudden change in the weather took place this week, a few drops of rain falling on Tuesday and causing a very great fall in the temperature. Only some three or four points ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. MEN-OF-WAR FOR JAPAN.

    Mr. Irving M. Scott, of the Union Iron Works, which turned out the Olympia and several other crack American vessels, will soon go to Japan to bid on contracts for ...

    Article : 324 words
  11. EXPLOSION AT THE CARNEGIE STEEL WORKS.

    An explosion at furnace "H" of the Carnegie Steel Company at Braddock, Pittsburg, at five o'clock on the morning of the 20th of August, killed six men, fatally injured ...

    Article : 479 words
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  13. ARAMAC.

    A meeting of the Committee of the Aramac Hospital was held on the 11th instant. There were present:—Messrs. L. E. Tuckerman (chairman), J. Catlin, C. H. Inman, and ...

    Article : 396 words
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