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    The DAILY TELEGRAPH being witness. Mr. Reid was not in good form yesterday when he made his indictment against the Barton tariff. The order having been given to the supporters of the ...

    Article : 443 words

    Tattersall's sweeps are filling up as they never filled up before. The cause of this is the proposal to dish Tattersall through the Post Office. By a wise dispensation of good fortune the bill to deal ...

    Article : 186 words

    The Federal Tariff fight began on Tuesday. The leader of the Opposition, and also of the Freetrade party, buckled on his armour and fought for three hours, but seemingly ...

    Article : 1,280 words

    The attitude ot Australia in regard to the kanaka is unmistakable. Part of Queensland resents that attitude, and those most aggrieved have talked of active resistance. In this, as in other things, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 240 words

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    Federal Parliament, submitted itself to the offensive experience of being "fiashlighted" one evening lately before settling down to business, an ignomious thing which filled the leader of the ...

    Article : 1,325 words
  8. New Zealand's Trouble.

    New Zealand is in a fix regarding her mail service and at the same time is talking fight over the tariff of Australia. New Zealand enjoys her European mail service through San Francisco—the A.A. line ...

    Article : 270 words
  9. That Awful Flag.

    So the accepted Australian flag has been denounced in high quarters. Rear-Admiral Sir Lambton Loraine (retired) has felt so badly about it that he has written to the Times. It used to be an old ...

    Article : 253 words
  10. The Tea Duties.

    A number of the tea importers in Sydney have published a protest against the composite duties on the commodity they deal in. They object to both specific and ad valorem duties being imposed, ...

    Article : 317 words
  11. He Complains of Australian Legislation.

    When the British Parliament passed our present Federal Constitution, it was understood that Australia was to be governed in future by a Parliament, consisting of two Chambers, a House of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 279 words
  12. A Breach of Promise Case.

    An artist never was business-like. It is evident that Mrs. Catherine Bradle is no exception. Formerly of New Zealand, and now of London, she has just sued a contractor for breach of ...

    Article : 153 words
  13. Confusion at the Customs House.

    The tariff has been the cause of a good deal of confusion at the customs House in Sydney, and the S.M., Herald is working that fact for all it is worth. It refers to the loss of time experienced ...

    Article : 205 words
  14. A Russian Loan.

    The cable has it that "a Russian loan of £25,000,000 has been coldly received in France and Germany." Evidently, France and Germany don't know when they have a good thing. If ...

    Article : 325 words

    The Nymboida (Captain E. Farrell), from Sydney crossed in at 5.30 a.m. on Thursday, and arrived at 3 p.m. Passengers—Mesdames Davis, Rawlings, Wilson; Misses Hann, Wilson; Messrs, ...

    Article : 315 words
  16. Penny Postage.

    The fact that Victoria lost between £50,000 and and £60,000 last year in connection with her penny postage system makes it more than probable that the Federal Government will not adopt that ...

    Article : 166 words
  17. To Write the Life of Queen Victoria

    "The Life of Queen Victoria" is expected to be a stupendous work. The great length of her reign makes this imperative. Any man who undertakes to write it properly must, in a measure, write the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 280 words
  18. An Ingenious Theft.

    A firm of eigarette manufactures in Sydney were astonished a little while ago to find some of their manufactures being retailed in one or two shops in the city, although they had put none of the ...

    Article : 203 words
  19. Intemperate Temperance People.

    Temperance is temperateness, or it has no menning indicated by the name. A temperance man is a temperate drinker; the prohibitionist is like the drunkard, an extremist, and therefore out of ...

    Article : 206 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 389 words
  21. Alderman Meagher, M.L.A.

    The member for the Tweed has been elected an alderman of the city. Being full of energy and having plenty of intelligence, he should be a valuable addition to the City Council if he throw ...

    Article : 198 words
  22. Why Not Tax Cats.

    The Federal Treasurer had the chance of his life time and missed it. He should have taxed Cats. Cats are a nuisance, as they are not as good as a trap to catch mice, and they have nine lives. To ...

    Article : 282 words
  23. A Suicide's Cemetery.

    A most interesting article in a peany magazine is entitled. "Two Curiosities of Monaco," as everyone knows, Monaco is the greatest gambling hell on earth. The whole of its Government is paid for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,341 words
  24. Crickville.

    In connection with the proposed suburb on the sea coast, between Cooge and Botany, which is to be called after the Minister for Lands, a good deal of preliminary work is being done in anticipation of ...

    Article : 190 words



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