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  2. Mining.

    Notice is given in another column the an extraordinary meeting of shareholders of the Shepherd and Murphy Tin Mining Company will be held at the company's ...

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  3. BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

    London, November 9.—British destroyers escorted the German Imperial yacht Hohenz[?]llern, with the Emperor William aboard, to ...

    Article : 256 words
  4. Tasmania's Financial Position.

    Hobart, Wednesday.—When the House of Assembly meets to-morrow the Treasurer, in moving that the House resolve into committee of ways and ...

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  5. AUSTRALASIAN.

    Melbourne, Wednesday.—The proposed Australian tour of Lord Hawke's English cricket team, which is to visit New Zealand daring the coming year, has been ...

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  6. CHINESE AFFAIRS

    London, November 9.—The "Daily Mail" reports that a formidable Russian squadron is expected at Shanghai in a fortnight, and that ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. NEW LODE DISCOVER.

    Zeshan, Wednesday.—A new lode has been met with in the crosscut on the Spray portion of the British Zeehan property. A heavy burst of water from the face ...

    Article : 49 words
  8. Sporting.

    The committee have early fixed up their programme for the New Year's Day regat[?]a, and it appears in another column to-day. The events and prizes differ very ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. REFORM BILL.

    Melbourne, Wednesday.—The Premier, Mr W. H. Irving, having carried his retrenchment proposals through Parliament, introduced a Reform Bill this ...

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  10. HERCULES ORE RETURNS.

    Launceston, Wednesday.—The manager of the Hercules Company has received a cheque for £ 225, being a preliminary settlement for 202 tons 6cwt sulphide sent ...

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  11. ANOTHER REBELLION.

    London, November 10.—Arebel[?]n has commenced in the south—west of the province of Chili against the payment of an indemnity to the Powers. ...

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  12. TERRIFIC DUSTSTORM.

    Melbourne, Wednesday.—A terrific duststorm has been raging in the city all the afternoon. ...

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  13. VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENTS.

    Launceston, Wednesday.—The new make of stone at the Volunteer mine is opening up satisfactorily. ...

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  14. MURDER OF MISSIONARIES.

    London, November 10.—The Governor of Hunan protests against the beheading of the military officials responsible for the murder of the ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. INTER-STATE BOWLING.

    Melbourne, Wednesday.—The bowling match between representative teams of New South Wales and Victoria ended to-day in a win for[?]the locals. ...

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  16. MAGNET S.M. CO.

    Launceston, Wednesday.—Mr. W.F.Petterd, chariman of directors of the Magnet S.M. Company, wired to-day from Sydney that he had completed a very ...

    Article : 45 words
  17. CYCLING.

    There is every prospect of Major Taylor, the champion cyclist of the world, visiting Australia in January next. He has consented to ride a stated number of races ...

    Article : 64 words
  18. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sydney, Wednesday.—The police chased five armed housebreakers at Newtown this morning, capturing two, The three others escaped. ...

    Article : 40 words
  19. PRICE OF TIN.

    The Mt Bi[?]cheff T.M. Company's London cable quotes tin at £117 10s, last sale. ...

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  20. BOER LEADERS.

    London, November 10.—The Bru[?]els correspondent of the "Standard" reports that the generals are about to try and obtain an allowance for ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 75 words
  22. ATHLETICS.

    The annual gathering of the United Friendly Societies was held on the Delcraine Recreation Ground on Monday last, and proved in every way the greatest ...

    Article : 532 words
  23. AN ABSENTEE TAX.

    Sydney, Wednesday.—In the House of Assembly to-day Mr A. Griffith moved a motion in favor of absentee taxation. The motion is under discussion. ...

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  24. A BURNING FATALITY.

    Sydney, Wednesday.—Two children of Mr J. J. Treson, of Wire Gaily, were burnt to death in a house which was destroyed by fire. The children were ...

    Article : 49 words
  25. FRENCH COAL STRIKE.

    London, November 10.—Six thousand strikers at Pan-de-Calais, in Prance, have refused to accept the award of the arbitrators, which is ...

    Article : 57 words
  26. ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS.

    London, November 10.—The "Standard," commenting on the remarks passed by German newspapers of the desire of the Kaiser to ...

    Article : 142 words
  27. A BANK MANAGER'S END.

    Sydney, Wednesday.—Thomas S. Gardiner, bank manager at Wagga, has been found dead at Wagga, has been found dead at his residence, having a bullet wound in his head, the circumstances ...

    Article : 34 words
  28. QUEENSLAND.

    Brisbane, Wednesday.—James W. Henderson, who was arrested in Melbourne, is being charged with conspiracy to defraud the Government Railway ...

    Article : 49 words
  29. ENGLAND AND TURKEY.

    London, November 10.—It is reported at Constantinople that Great Britan has occupied Hodeida, a seaport of Yemen, in Arabia, on the ...

    Article : 47 words
  30. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Adelaide, Wednesday.—The Clare district of South Australia has had one of the best seasons since its settlement. ...

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  31. THE DOUKHOBORS.

    London, November 10.—The Canadian mounted police yesterday coralled the Russian religious fanatics, the Doukhabors, at Minnedos[?], in ...

    Article : 42 words
  32. WESTRALIA.

    Perth, Wednesday.—Mr T. W. Hackett, M.L.C., who was offered the title of Knight of the Bath as a birthday honor, has respectfully asked to be allowed to ...

    Article : 34 words
  33. AT CHURCH.

    London, November 10.—The King And Queen and the Prince of Wales attended the Sandringham Church yesterday. The Bishop of Ripon, in ...

    Article : 86 words
  34. Minister of Lands v. The "Clipper,"

    Hobart, Wednesday.—The action brought by Edward Mulcahy, Minister of Lands and Works, against the Hobart "Clipper," to recover £1,000 damages for ...

    Article : 478 words
  35. NEW ZEALAND.

    Auckland, Wednesday.—The missing boat of the steamer Ve[?]tnor which was wrecked off the New Zealand coast, with a freight of corpses, has been washed ...

    Article : 53 words
  36. TASMANIAN.

    Launceston, Tuesday.—The steamer Pateena shipped for Melbourne to-day 29 bales skins, 10 tons ch[?]ff, 1,380 bales, straw, 27 bales leather, 84 bales wool, ...

    Article : 191 words
  37. BIRTHDAY HONORS.

    London, November 10.—A long list of birthday honors is published to-day. To be privy councillors—Sir ...

    Article : 219 words
  38. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 263 words
  39. The Wreck of the Elingamite.

    Auckland, Wednesday.—The steamer Zealandi[?]en route from Auckland to Sydney, picked up the five mining beats of the as Elingamite, wrecked on Sunday ...

    Article : 157 words
  40. SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS

    London, November 9.—Prior to the withdrawal of Mr Malan's amendment on the military vote in tho Cape Assembly, Sir Gordon Sprigg, the ...

    Article : 167 words
  41. Advertising

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  42. Advertising

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  43. Advertising

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