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  2. LAUNCESTON.

    Miss Santi was presented last evening with a handsome diamond brooch and pair of bracelets by the members of the Launceston Rifle Gymnasium Club in recognitio of her ...

    Article : 624 words
  3. TASMANIA.

    Anglo-Australian in the European Mail writes:—"A very remarkable paper, laconically entitled 'Tasminia,'appeared in Greater Britain for August 15, remarkable for its ...

    Article : 634 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 899 words
  5. LATEST CABLES.

    Boulanger has suicided at the tomb of his mistress, Madame Bonnemain, at Brussels. Details of the tragedy show that ...

    Article : 340 words
  6. THE LAND AND ELECTORAL BILLS DROPPED.

    The session closed to-day, when Parliament win prorogued. The Government has dropped the Land and Electoral Bills. ...

    Article : 29 words
  7. A RUSSIAN THREAT OF WAR.

    The Nova [?]a published at St. Petersburg [?] evidently under official inspiration, that unless there is a desire for war, England will refrain ...

    Article : 40 words
  8. [From Melbourne Papers.] VICTORIA.

    Patrick Busst was before the City Court to-day on a charge of attempted suicide, and was bound over to keep the peace for 12 months is his own recognisance for £100, and ...

    Article : 978 words
  9. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Evandale Deb[?]ting Club held their usual fortningtly meeting on Tuesday last, Mr. D. McKinnon in the chair, when Rev. Mr. Atkin-on read a paper upon "The ...

    Article : 670 words
  10. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    A boy 15 years of age, named Raistruck, a son of Mr. Raistruck, the prospector, while in a boat on the Henty yesterday, saw a snake swimming across, and hastily took ...

    Article : 100 words
  11. GUATEMALA.

    Concerning the recent reports of the the revolt in Guatemala, the New York Herald says many of the details are mere inventions. General Sanchez ...

    Article : 45 words
  12. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    Twenty-five millions of Russian subjects, owing to the famine, will be utterly unable to pay any taxes this year. ...

    Article : 22 words
  13. SPORTING.

    SCRATCHINGS,—Toorak Handicap—Singapore, Sinecure, All Three, Courteous, Melbourne Cup —Yolande. BETTING.—Megaphone receded for the ...

    Article : 57 words
  14. SIR JAMES FERGUSSON'S SUCCESSOR.

    Mr. James William Lowther, member for Penrith, will succeed Sir James Fergusson as Political Secretary to the Foreign Office. ...

    Article : 26 words
  15. WOOL MARKET.

    Prices at the wool sales are to-day slightly firmer. ...

    Article : 12 words
  16. DRAMATIC.

    The performance of The Idler has been resumed, and is again attracting crowded houses. ...

    Article : 16 words
  17. MISS JANET ACHURCH.

    The celebrated actress, Miss Janet Achurch (Mrs. Charles Charrin gton), who will shortly delight the eye and [?] of the Hobart public in the great plays which constitute ...

    Article : 543 words
  18. BANK DIVIDEND.

    The Bank of India, Australia and China pays a dividend of one shilling per share. ...

    Article : 18 words
  19. HUNGARIAN RAILWAY SYSTEM.

    The Zone system of charging for freights and fares recently adopted on the railways in Hungary continues to prove a success. ...

    Article : 24 words
  20. BRITISH REVENUE.

    The Board of Trade returns show that the revenue of the British Kingdom for the quarter ending September 30 has been twenty millions. ...

    Article : 26 words
  21. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

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

    Article : 698 words
  22. THE RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The Times says the Russian loan will be offered at about £80 minimum. ...

    Article : 16 words
  23. H.M.S BENBOW.

    The Admiralty has decided to Strengthen H.M.S. Benbow's 110 ton guns on her arrival from tho Mediterranean station. ...

    Article : 22 words
  24. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]

    On Friday last the police at Westbury were informed that 14 sheep, the property of Mr. Jas. Garrett, of Ormiston, were missing. A systematic search was made, ...

    Article : 323 words
  25. GENERAL SYNOD OF AUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA.

    The General Synod of the dioceses in Australia and Tasmania was continued at the Chapter-house to day, under the presidency of the Primate, Dr. Saumarez Smith. ...

    Article : 973 words
  26. [From Melbourne papers.]

    On the 22nd inst. Waterhouse, the defaulting accountant of the Commercial Bank of Australia, Sydney, was brought up at the Bow-street Police ...

    Article : 109 words
  27. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Lady Kintore, accompanied be her younger son, returned by Saturday's express train from Sydney. The Marine Board, in reply to the ...

    Article : 231 words
  28. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The influenza epidemic continues its ravages. The last recorded death from this cause is Mr J. D. Robinson, of Geelong, secretary of the Geelong Racing Club, and ...

    Article : 413 words
  29. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—You are so much exercised about the removal of the above to Claremont, and yet so evidently astray in some particulars, that I am sure you will not object to be set ...

    Article : 841 words
  30. COURT OF REQUESTS.

    Before Messrs. T. C. Just and F. H. WISE, Js.P. WHITE V. LANGRIDGE.—Claim, £7 4s. 4d., for goods supplied. For plaintiff, Mr. S. ...

    Article : 377 words
  31. MINING.

    The Launceston quotation for tin ore yesterday was at 16s. per unit A traveller who has just returned from Zeehan sends us the following items of news ...

    Article : 341 words
  32. QUEENSLAND.

    At a meeting of the Executive Council on Friday the following scale of postage for all places except the Australasian colonies, New Guinea, and Fiji, on the entrance of ...

    Article : 243 words
  33. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At a meeting of the Executive Council yesterday, the Commission in connection with the Chicago World's Fair was appointed. Mr. J. McMillan, M.L A., is ...

    Article : 1,218 words
  34. LAUNCESTON

    Little Wonder, b. 1s 6d, s. 3s. Moonlight, b. 6s, s. 11s. New Pinafore, b. 30s, s. 32s. West Pinafore, b. 7s 6d, s. 7s 9d. ...

    Article : 236 words
  35. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Sir John Coode approves of the proposed construction of a harbour at Fremantle by making a by-cut from Gage's-road into Owen's Anchorage. He proposes afterwards ...

    Article : 98 words
  36. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Adelaide Extended, October 1 (by telegraph).—Shaft down 40ft. Lode improving, Bulk assays:—No. 1—Silver, 356oz.; load, 18 per cent. No. 2—Silver, 394oz.; load, 33 per ...

    Article : 999 words
  37. A THIEVING GOOSE.

    The goose has, from the days of Æsop, been noted for its foolishness, and it is refreshing to be able to paint to one which forms an exception to the general rule. ...

    Article : 241 words
  38. NEW ZEALAND.

    The death is announced of Captain Thomas, who was Resident Magistrate at the Chatham Islands when Te Kooli and the other Maori prisoners were deported thither, ...

    Article : 256 words
  39. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Captain Wharrit, special auditor of the Penrith Town Council, was before the court to-day for larceny of £20, the property of the Council. The town clerk left a room for a ...

    Article : 65 words
  40. MELBOURNE.

    In silver stocks only small sales made to-day, and Broken Hill shares are lower. Sales:—Block 10, £14. Broken Hill (colonial register), £9 2s 6d, £8 19s. South (paid), ...

    Article : 122 words
  41. QUEENSLAND.

    Replying to a deputation of unemployed, the Minister of Public Works has refused to start relief works. ...

    Article : 21 words
  42. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    News has been received by the Govern ment that several sailors on board the Auxiliary Squadton vessels, which arrive here to-morrow, are down with typhoid, and ...

    Article : 56 words
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