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  2. LIFE-SAVING APPARATUS FOR MINES.

    MR E[?]AS HOSKINS, engineer, of [?] (writes the correspondent of the Argus) has petented an appliance for the prevention of accident by overwinding cages in deep mines, and for which he claims ...

    Article : 298 words
  3. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC.

    THE St. James Gazette condemns the reply of Earl Derby to the Agents-General as offensive and displeasing, both in manner and matter. The Gazette doubts [?]hether France will respect the independence ...

    Article : 1,574 words
  4. THE HUNGARIAN MURDER TRIAL.

    THE fifteen Hungarian Jews, whose trial has lasted nearly a month, have now been acquitted on the charge of murder. They were received on the day of their liberation by their wives and children in ...

    Article : 473 words
  5. Sydney Commercial Telegrams.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 24 words
  6. European News by Cable.

    A colonial congress is being held here in connection with the Exhibition. At to-day's sitting Mr F. Young, secretary to the Royal Colonial Institute, delivered an a[?]dress on colonisation, in the course of ...

    Article : 340 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,900 words
  8. IRISH EMIGRATION.

    IN the House of Lords, on the 31st July, in reply to Lord Emly, the Earl of Derby stated that a proposal for an advance by the British Government of £1,000,000 for 10 years without interest for the ...

    Article : 156 words
  9. THE PRIMACY OF AUSTRALIA.

    "ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN" writes in the European Mail:—"Everyone to whom I have mentioned the subject is glad to find that the Primacy of Australia and Tasmania has fallen upon Canon Barry. The ...

    Article : 135 words
  10. THE MINISTERIAL PARTY IN THE NORTH.

    The Hon. Messrs. Dibbs and Wright, accompanied by the Mayor of Glen Innes and other leading residents of that town, and also Messrs. Purves, Fergusson, Murray, Young, Garvan, Poole, Withers, ...

    Article : 427 words
  11. THE SNAKE-GOD OF DAHOMEY.

    THE most powerful fetish is Danhgbwe, the tutelary saint of Whydah, and which is personified by the harmless snake so named. Its worship was introduced into Dahomey when the kingdom of Whydah ...

    Article : 460 words
  12. THE GLAMIS CASTLE MYSTERY.

    FOR four generations there has been a mystery at Glamis Castle, which no one has ever been able to fathom (writes an English paper). Some said it was a ghost, others a mysteriously hidden treasure; but ...

    Article : 754 words
  13. SIGNOR D'ALBERTIS AND NEW GUINEA.

    MR. R. ADAMS, of Sydney, observing in the English papers that Italy seems to think she has a special clain, on New Guinea by virtue of the explorations of Signor d'Albertis, an Italian subject, writes to ...

    Article : 241 words
  14. THE FINDING OF CAPTAIN WEBB'S BODY.

    CAPTAIN WEBB'S body was discovered on July 28 below Lewiston, about five miles from the point at which he started. The arms and feet were [?]ded as in the attitude of swimming. The body ...

    Article : 405 words
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