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  2. CATLANDS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    The Connell met on the 5th inst. Present —The Warden (Mr. William Burbury), and Councillors Richard Harrisson, C.S. Agnew, George Nettlefold, and Robert Jones. ...

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  3. UPPER DERWENT ROAD TRUST.

    The usual monthly meeting of the Upper Derwent Road Trust was held at the police station, Glenora, on Monday, 7th inst. Present: Messrs. L.M. Shoobridge ...

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  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 927 words
  5. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    This evening it was reported to the police that a man numed Alexander McDonnell, who had been prospecting for some time in the vicinity of Ring River, died early this ...

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  6. THE RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    The horrors of the famine in Russia are daily increasing. Conflicts have taken place at Orel, the capital of Orlev, 200 miles S.S. west of Moscow, ...

    Article : 76 words
  7. AMERICAN—WHEAT.

    The official report on the American wheat crop shows that the harvest is estimated at five hundred and fifty million bushels. ...

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  8. BUILDING TRADE COMFLICATIONS.

    In consequence of a threatened renewal of the recent strike in the bu[?]ing trades, master builders threatens to introduce foreigners to replace the ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. DISABLING CONSCRIPTS.

    Several Jews are being tried in Russia for artificially disabling thousands of conscripts by means of stimulating a skin disease, which, for the time, ...

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  10. CHILIAN FINANCES.

    If the Congressional Junta hold the local banks responsible for Bahnaceda's issue of twenty-seven millions of paper money there is scarcely a bank in the ...

    Article : 53 words
  11. THE CZAREWITCH STAKES.

    Cochrane, Canadiancna, and Common have been scratched for the Czarowitch Stakes. ...

    Article : 18 words
  12. CANADIAN SCANDALS.

    A Commission of Judges has been appointed to inquire into scandals affecting State departments in Quebec Province. ...

    Article : 113 words
  13. CORRESPONDENCE.

    We have received a large number of letters on various subjects, for which we cannot possibly find room. We therefore give a synopsis of their contents. ...

    Article : 282 words
  14. TRADES UNION CONGRESS.

    The Trades Union Congress concluded its sittings to-day. Many motions have been debated, but the members complain that the Congress ...

    Article : 39 words
  15. [From Melbourne papers.]

    At the Trailed Union Congress Mr C. Fenwick, M.P. for Wansbeck, a well-known labour agitator, declared that they must reckon the ...

    Article : 367 words
  16. VICTORIAN MINING COMPANY.

    The Great Sandstone United G.M. Co Yarnagalla, Victoria, with a capital of £70,000 has been floated. ...

    Article : 21 words
  17. GERMAN AFRICAN EXPEDITION.

    Zabewisk's German expedition in Africa has been defeated by the Wapehe natives, ten Europeans and many fricndlies have boen kilkd. ...

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  18. DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS AT WAGGA.

    Some boys fishing on the north side of the river yesterday afternoon found a human skull. The police were communicated with, and a further search discovered a thigh bone. ...

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  19. A WEEK OF PRAYER.

    The Wesleyan Methodist Union has fixed a week of prayer to commence on 15th November next. ...

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  20. CHOLERA IN HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS.

    Cholera has broken out on the British cruisers Blanche and Marathon on the Bombay station, and six deaths are reported. ...

    Article : 27 words
  21. LATROBE.

    From the balance-sheet presented at the annual meeting of the North-Western Rifle Association held at Devonport, it appears that £135 7s. 6d. was paid away ia prize ...

    Article : 426 words
  22. CHINESE RIOTING.

    The gunboat Archer has quelled an attempted riot at Hankow, but owing to the low water the gunboats have been unable to restore order at Ichang ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. A JUVENILE RAJAH.

    A boy five years of age, a relative of Emah Rajah, has been appointed rajah of Manipur. ...

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  24. A SITE FOR THE WORKSHOPS.

    The following has been sent us for publication:- Hobart. Soptember 11, 1891. The Hon. P. O. Fysh, Premier, Sir,—Having only ...

    Article : 344 words
  25. EX-PRESIDENT GREVY.

    The remains of M. Grovy, ex-President of the French Republic, will be accorded a State funeral. He died as he had lived a freethinker. ...

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  26. REWARD OF BRAVERY.

    The Czar has awarded a gold medal to Prince George of Greece for saving the life of the Crarowitch in Japan on the occasion of his being attacked by ...

    Article : 36 words
  27. TRADES UNION CONGRESS.

    The Trades Union Congress insists that the Factory Act shall be extended to the laundry trades where women and children are employed. ...

    Article : 44 words
  28. THE EASTERN QUESTION.

    The Moscow Gazette says the European Powers are bound to respect the decision of the Sultan in regard to the Dardanelles, as he alone has the right ...

    Article : 267 words
  29. SURRENDER OF THE PRESIDENTE PINTO.

    The captain of the Chilian cruiser, Presidente Pinto, last heard of at Copenhagen, has gone to Paris to make formal surrender to an agent of the Chilian ...

    Article : 60 words
  30. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    General Booth is expected to arrive in Melbourne on Friday next, and in honour of the occasion a monstor procession will welcome him, the necessary permission to march ...

    Article : 383 words
  31. QUEENSLAND.

    H.M.S. Orlando, in charge of Commander Pike, left for Sydney this morning. Captain Birlow continues to improve in health. The British India Co. has arranged for ...

    Article : 226 words
  32. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A meeting of the Municipal Council was held at Swansea on the 1st inst. Present: The Warden (Mr. F. Lyne) and Councillors A. Cotton, A. J. Amos, T. Barwiek, ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  33. WEST AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS.

    The Midland Railway Co. of West Australia is assisting in the formation of the Midland Estate Co. to develop three and a half million acres of land, ...

    Article : 39 words
  34. TASMANIA.

    The following items, mostly contributed by "Anglo Australian," are from the European Mail:- Mr. Arthur Day, the exhibitors ...

    Article : 827 words
  35. REPORTED FIGHTING ON AFGHAN FRONTIER.

    Rumours are current of a somewhat serious affray between Russian troops and Afghans on the frontier, where for some time past the Russian military ...

    Article : 35 words
  36. ST. MARY'S.

    Last week we were favoured with a visit of a double nature from our Ross friends, consisting of the football team and a party of the local rifle corps of that place, the ...

    Article : 359 words
  37. SILVER SCRIP.

    Broken Hill Consols are quoted at 20s. ...

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  38. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At a meeting of the Adelaide Ministers Association, comprising representatives of all denominations but the Anglican and Roman Catholic, a resolution has been ...

    Article : 414 words
  39. PARLIAMENTARY.

    Sir Arthur K. Cowell-Stephey, member for Carmarthen, has resigned his seat in the House of Commons. He has for twenty years been a clerk in the ...

    Article : 63 words
  40. LATEST CABLES.

    The cargo of South Australian wheat ex Glamis has been sold at 42s. per quarter. ...

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  41. MR. GLADSTONE.

    Mr. Gladstone is writing to Servian statesmen, and raises objection to the supremacy of Bulgaria or any other power in the Balkans. ...

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  42. CANADIAN EMIGRATION.

    The Canadian-Pacific Company to stimulate emigration to Canada and promote business on their boats are sending itinerary vans laden with ...

    Article : 60 words
  43. O'DONOVAN ROSSA.

    The Hon. J. G. Blaine, Secretary of State in Amorica, declines to guarantee O'Donovan Rossa freedom from arrest in the event of his visiting Ireland. ...

    Article : 43 words
  44. DRAMATIC.

    Mr. Williamson has engaged Miss Rose Doaring for a Sydney theatre, and she will sail on October 23. ...

    Article : 19 words
  45. [From Melbourne Papers.] VICTORIA.

    The river trade has largely increased ot late, due to a considerable increase from shipments to the Murrumbidgee aud Darling Rivers, as well as to settlements along the ...

    Article : 69 words
  46. FIFTY SOULS DROWNED.

    A launch has sunk in the River Forto (?) through collision, and. CO people on board were drowned. ...

    Article : 23 words
  47. A NUGGET OF WISDOM.

    "These little Geneva toys are cleverly constructed to go always a little wrong. But if you wind them up and Bet them regularly every night you may know at least ...

    Article : 385 words
  48. STEAMBOAT COLLISION.

    The Italian Messageries Company's steamer Kormina has collided with the Greek steamer Thessalina off Cape Suvium, Greece, and the former sank ...

    Article : 35 words
  49. CHILIAN AFFAIRS.

    The recent revolution has cost Chili seventy million dollars. The Junta has recommended that the banks shall be re-opened and trade ...

    Article : 54 words
  50. CHARGES OF STEALING FROM ABANDONED MINES.

    At the Police Court yesterday Mr. Grainger, Inspector of Mines, proceeded against some miners for denuding abandoned shafts of ladders and timber. According ...

    Article : 291 words
  51. NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN.

    The loan to be floated by the colony of Now South Wales will, it is now announced, amount to four and a half millions. The minimum is to be fixed ...

    Article : 160 words
  52. NEW ZEALAND.

    Sir George Grey's Law Practitioners Bill, permitting women to plead as barristers, has been rejected in the Council by l8 votes to 9. ...

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  53. THE POOR JEW QUESTION.

    It is reported that General Caprivi, the German Chancellor, is urging the Brazilian Government to favour the formation of a Jewish colony. ...

    Article : 62 words
  54. AFFAIRS IN SAMOA.

    News from Samoa states that the situation between Malietoa and Mataufa is strained. Malietoa appears disinclined to crush by force what no doubt is an incipient ...

    Article : 164 words
  55. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM FLATTERS THE AUSTRIANS.

    The Emperor William, who has witnessed the Austrian military manœuvres, praises the endurance of the Austrian troops, and their readiness for war if ...

    Article : 51 words
  56. THE WOOL MARKET.

    Im the wool market good lots are firm, but inferior grades are unimproved. Fine crossbreds are wanted. The market shows a hardening ...

    Article : 44 words
  57. SAMOAN TROUBLE.

    In consequonco of the threatening aspect of affairs in Samoa consequent on the rival claims of authority set up by the chiefs Malictoa and Mataafa, ...

    Article : 61 words
  58. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A largely attended deputation waited upon the Colonial Secretary to-day, to urge upon his notice, the alleged necesity of reducing some of the closures in fishing ...

    Article : 385 words
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