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  2. CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR.

    A deputation, consisting of Messrs. Alexander Morton, J. G. Davies, T. C. Just, H. Gill, and C. E. Featherstone, waited upon the Premier yesterday afternoon for the ...

    Article : 754 words
  3. LAUNCESTON.

    At the police court to-day Wm. Sullivan was fined 10s. for breaking windows, the property of Mrs. Day, of George street. John Seymour Stewart, who was found ...

    Article : 373 words
  4. MINING.

    The Launceston quotation for tin ore yesterday was 15s. 9d. per unit. Whyte River Co. and Comet Prospecting Co. hold half-yearly meetings on the 31st ...

    Article : 417 words
  5. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS

    The heavy storms of wind and rain occurring in Lower Austrai has ruined the vines, and the vintage for the present autumn is utterly destroyed. ...

    Article : 145 words
  6. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

    The following were the stock and share quotations and sales on 'Change yesterday:- HOBART. ...

    Article : 752 words
  7. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The deputation appointed by a meeting of dissatisfied shareholders in the Tram Co. waited upon the Board of Directors to-day to bring under their notice the views of ...

    Article : 255 words
  8. FAIR WHITE HANDS.

    PEARS' SOAP—Pure! Fragrant! Refreshing!—For toilet and nursery. Specially prepared for the delicate skin of ladies and children and others sensitive to the weather. ...

    Article : 235 words
  9. COLONIAL STOCKS.

    Colonial stocks show it slight improvement, but business on the Stock Exchange is stagnant in consequence of the holiday vacation. ...

    Article : 35 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,792 words
  11. FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION.

    A passenger train near Salem, Ohio, got shunted on to the wrong line, and was run into by a goods train. In the collision many carriages were wrecked, ...

    Article : 41 words
  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    To-day, Mr. Whiteley King, secretary to the Pastoralists Union; Mr. Mitchell, s[?]retary to the Victoran Pastoralists; and Mr. Temple secretary to the Shearers' Union ...

    Article : 50 words
  13. TESTAMENTARY.

    The will of the late Right Rev. Dr. Magee, late Archbishop of York, has been proved at £18,500. ...

    Article : 19 words
  14. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    [?]alstrup's Central, August 1.—No. 1 tunnel —Timbering flat at 85ft. level, also opening out approaches to shaft No. 2.—West crosscut extended 22ft., total 167ft. Driving ...

    Article : 526 words
  15. AMERICAN LABOUR TROUBLES

    There are apprehensions of a renewal of the recent strike among iron and coal workers at Pittsburg, and it is said they will be supported by the Chicago ...

    Article : 34 words
  16. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]

    Messrs. W. H. Smith and Co. are receiving every English mail inquiries from manufacturers, artists, and others, respecting the Tasmanian Exhibition, and also applications ...

    Article : 325 words
  17. QUEENSLAND.

    The captains and officers of the squadron were officially received on Saturday, and landed at the Government boatshed, whence they proceeded to the School of Arts, where ...

    Article : 256 words
  18. THE POOR JEW PROBLEM.

    The Government of Roumania are showing in summary fashion that they will not have in that kingdom Jewish refugees from Russia, and are deporting ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. FRENCH WAR OFFICE INTERDICTIONS.

    The French War Office, at command of the Government, has absolutely interdicted any officer in the Army from engaging either directly or indirectly in ...

    Article : 79 words
  20. LAUNCESTON.

    New Pinafore, b. 15s s. 16s., South Gate, b. 3s 4d, s. 3s Od. Tasmania, b. £8 17s 6d. s. £9 2s 6d. West Adelaide, b. 5s s. 5s 9d. ...

    Article : 328 words
  21. LATEST CABLES.

    It has been found necessary to place Ex-Empress Charlotte under restraint, as during a mad frenzy she recently attacked the Queen of Belgium, ...

    Article : 45 words
  22. SPORTING.

    In the list of entries publishe 1 yesterday, the name "Marmion" was printed in the Maiden Hurdle Race instead of Merriman. ...

    Article : 29 words
  23. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—On Saturday afternoon last I witnessed what I consider a most saddening spectacle. A large number of youths and men were shooting pigeons for the express ...

    Article : 259 words
  24. NEW TOWN PONY MEET.

    Another pony meet is to be held at the Victoria Sports ground, New Town, to-morrow afternoon. The programme of events which have filled well in almost every ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. PARNELLISM.

    Messrs. O'Brien and Dillon, addressing a public meeting at Mallow, have charged Mr. Parnell with attempting to destroy the Gladstone party, and ...

    Article : 42 words
  26. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Government Resident of the Northern Territory forwarded a memorandum to the Minister of Education relating to the murder of Calder, a stockowner, in the ...

    Article : 240 words
  27. POIMENA (BLUE TIER).

    I have visited the property I wired you about upon Ferguson and West's sections— one 80 acres and one 60 acres. I believe it is to be called the Perennial. It is situated ...

    Article : 267 words
  28. V.A.T.C.

    Grand Duke has been withdrawn from the Caulfield Cup, and May Be, Tyro, and Dorunda are scratched for the Caulfield Grand National Steeplechase. ...

    Article : 36 words
  29. AQUATICS.

    Hanlan and O'Connor have defeated Gaudaur and McKay at Burlington Beach in the sculling match for a thousand dollars and the championship ...

    Article : 26 words
  30. A MULTITUDE OF PILGRIMS.

    Six hundred thousand pilgrims are now proceeding to Treves to gaze upon the Saviour's Holy Coat. ...

    Article : 23 words
  31. MELBOURNE.

    Transactions in silver, stocks quiet to-day. Broken Hill stocks were [?]irmer, and Tasmanian closed steadily without much alteration. Sales: — Austral, 5s 3d, ...

    Article : 705 words
  32. FOOTBALL.

    S.T.F.A.—The usual weekly masting of the committee was held last evening Mr. Masterton in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ...

    Article : 301 words
  33. REVOLT IN AFRICA.

    The population of the entire region above the Stanley Falls has revolted against Tippoo Tib, and have already massacred 450 Arabs and indulged in ...

    Article : 54 words
  34. REGARDING TYPHOID FEVER.

    SIR,—Just at this time, when [?]o many victims of this pestilence are laid low in our midst, would it not be well to look carefully into the causes of this sickness? It is not ...

    Article : 663 words
  35. THE HYGIENE CONFERENCE.

    The London Press unites in express ing opinion that the Hygiene Conference about being held in London will be the most important ever organised. ...

    Article : 25 words
  36. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS NOTES.

    Work at the Silver King was resumed to-day, it being first necessary to pump water out of the shaft. The machinery is working well, lifting at the rate of 15,000 gallons per ...

    Article : 477 words
  37. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    To-night the big intercolonial glove contest between Jennings, of Sydney, and Goggins, of Zeehan, for a purse of 100sovs., came off. The first round was in favour of ...

    Article : 111 words
  38. CHILIAN COMPLICATIONS.

    The English merchant vessels present at the capture of Pisagua, now claim compensation from President Balmaceda for sheltering refugees from ...

    Article : 27 words
  39. PREPARING FOR WAR.

    A contract for twenty-three million francs has been concluded for arming the Fort of Bucharest, the capital of Wallachia, one of the Danubian ...

    Article : 24 words
  40. DISCONTENT IN BURMAH.

    Renowed trouble with native t[?]bes is feared in Burmah. On the Wawba people are defiant. ...

    Article : 18 words
  41. THE GAZETTE.

    To-day Gazelle contains, in addition to previously published announcements, the following:- Supplements to the assessment rolls for ...

    Article : 122 words
  42. IN PUBLIC FAVOUR EVERYWHERE.

    "Desiring to obtain further information the reporter called on the old and wellknown firm of J. J. and J. Thompson, who stated that the demand for St. Jacob's oil ...

    Article : 245 words
  43. AMERICAN WHEAT HARVEST.

    The grain crops in Manitoba and Ontario are unequalled, and the American crops in the aggregate exceed the estimates. There will be two ...

    Article : 39 words
  44. THE McKINLEY TARIFF.

    The operation of the McKinley Tariff in the United States has decreased German exports to the extent of £2,000,000. ...

    Article : 23 words
  45. EXHIBITION SCHOLARSHIPS.

    The Commissioners of the Exhibition of 1851, out of funds still available, offer Scholarships of the value of £150 each for the Adelaide and New Zealand ...

    Article : 90 words
  46. DRY IMPERIAL CHAMPAGNE.

    M[?]t and Chandon, champagne growors, are proprietors of the best growths around Epernay, many of which have been in the possession of their house since the year ...

    Article : 66 words
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