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  2. Advertising

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  3. THE MERCURY.

    Trial of hunters at Melton Mowbray to-day. The Achurch-Charrington season commences at the Theatre Royal this evening. ...

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  4. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS

    The doctors have certified that Mr. C. S. Parnell died from rheumatic fever and failure of the heart's action. Mrs. Parnell has agreed to there ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    A rather strange occurrence is now being investigated by the Zeehan police. Surrounding the circumstances there are many conflicting statements [?]nd the pol[?]ce are ...

    Article : 217 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At the Central Criminal Court to-day, before Mr. Jus ice Man[?]ing. Maurice Dalton was found guilty of murdering his wife, Catherine Dalton, on April 14 last, at their ...

    Article : 365 words
  7. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The sergeant in charge of the police office at Richmond received a telegram from Yarraglen stating that Senior-Constable Dungey had shot a housebreaker dead at Muddy ...

    Article : 282 words
  8. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—Kindly grant me a few lines in reply to Mr. Ball with regard to Huonville school prizes. Mr. Ball says my complaint is calculated to create a wrong impre sion, ...

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  9. UNITED IRELAND PARTY.

    The united Ireland party will stubbornly uphold Parnellism. Mr. Justin McCarthy says tho Paris funds are unavailable, pending decision ...

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  10. QUEENSLAND.

    General Booth addressed an immense meeting at the Exhibition-building this evening on his scheme "Darkest England and the Way Out." Sir Samuel Griffith occupied the ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. A CHUR-CHCHARRINGTON COMPANY.

    The Theatre Royal doors open again this evening, and the talented young English tragedienne, Miss Janet Achurch, will make her first bow to a Hobart audience. Mr. ...

    Article : 213 words
  12. THE ORCHESTRAL UNION.

    SIR,—In a letter re Orchestral Union "Minion" asserts, as a notorious fact, that "one particular set of solo singers, who have taken all the principal parts for 20 years, ...

    Article : 267 words
  13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    William George Dicker, a lad between 14 and 15 years of age, who was on remand for stealing a saddle and bridle from a farmer at Glenburnie, escaped from Mount Gamb[?]er ...

    Article : 265 words
  14. MUNICIPAL LOAN.

    The Paddington (New South Wales) municipal loan of £50,000 has been fully subscribed at about half-a-crown premium. ...

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  15. MELBOURNE HARBOUR LOAN.

    Tenders for the Melbourne Harbour Board loan of half a million at 4 per cent., minimum £95, will be issued on Wednesday, 14th inst. ...

    Article : 27 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A meeting of the shareholders in the Mutual Provident, Land, Investment and Building Society was held to night, and it was decided, in accordance with a previous ...

    Article : 77 words
  17. CHICAGO EXHIBITION.

    The directors of the Chicago Exhibition have decided to adopt the Shone system of electric lighting throughout the building. ...

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  18. CRICKET.

    The H[?]bart Gasworks Cricket Club held their annual general meeting of members last evening in the company's showroom, the president, Mr. G. H. Burton, in the ...

    Article : 183 words
  19. WATER MAINS FOR THE SUBURBS.

    SIR,—The City Council, on Mr. Alderman Davies' motion, has postponed consideration of its scheme for improving reticulation of water mains on the plea that the suburbs ...

    Article : 197 words
  20. COLONIAL PRODUCE.

    New Zealand hemp is in better demand, and full rates are maintained. Kauri gum is briskly competed. Fine pale scraped medium realising 58s. per ...

    Article : 28 words
  21. QUEENSLAND.

    A telegram has been received stating that the Elderslie woolshed was burnt down last night. It was the property of Sir Samuel Wilson, Sydney. ...

    Article : 31 words
  22. THE AUXILIARY SQUADRON AT ADELAIDE.

    The men of the Auxiliary Squadron were publicly entertained to day They assembled at the railway station, and marched in procession through the principal streets, which ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. AMERICAN PRESS CANARD.

    The Hawaiian Consul at San Fran cisco denies the report circulated by American Press agencies, that the Queen of Hawaii is ill. ...

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  24. [From Melbourne papers.] VICTORIA.

    At the ordinary meeting of the Buninyong Shire Council to-day a rather novel point was raised by Councillor Sides in reference to the appointment of a rate collector, who ...

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  25. DOCKYARD STRIKES.

    The coal-heavers employed at the Carron and Hermitage wharves have now joined the strikers. LATER. ...

    Article : 39 words
  26. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Last night a man named John Southern, while walking along the railway line in the dark noar the Perth railway station, was cut to pieces by the late night train. ...

    Article : 35 words
  27. NOBODY WANTS THAT GOLD RING.

    For nearly 100 years a certain family of working people living in Paris have ended their lives by suicide. From father to son, from mother to daughter, has descended a ...

    Article : 779 words
  28. AN'INTERMEDIATE DAY SCHOOL.

    SIR,—The suggestion of Mr. Laurie in yesterday's issue of your paper is a most excellent one, and well worthy the attention of our Government. ...

    Article : 286 words
  29. NEW ZEALAND.

    Mr. Daniel Rees, formerly member for Stanmore, died yesterday at Christchurch. The Hawkes Bay Guineas was run to-day, and resulted as follows:—Clanranald, [?] ...

    Article : 100 words
  30. BAPTIST UNION.

    The Baptist Union have passed a resolution to the effect that the disestablishment of the Church of England in Wales should be made the ...

    Article : 39 words
  31. MANCHESTER ELECTION.

    Sir James Fergusson has been reelected to the Manchester (N.E.) seat in the House of Commons, having obtained 4,058 votes, and his opponent, ...

    Article : 32 words
  32. DISCOVERY OF SILVER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.

    An immensely rich silver lode, surpassing all previous conceptions, has been discovered on the Stekin River in British Columbia? ...

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  33. SPORTING.

    At Flemington little was doing on the tracks to-day. Miss Albans covered five furlongs at a good pace, and Vascosa ran a smart half mile. Robert jumped half a ...

    Article : 128 words
  34. LATEST CABLES.

    Owing to fiscal abuses some Chinese rioters have killed several Mandarins and lesser officials near Amoy. The troops were called out and quelled the ...

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  35. CITY NUISANCES.

    SIR,—We are subject in Hobart to other annoyances than those arising from the insanitary state of the city. "Marbles is out, hoops is in!" and considering the number of ...

    Article : 394 words
  36. FRENCH DRAINAGE WORKS.

    Great drainage works are about being commenced at Marseilles. ...

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  37. BETTING MARKET.

    Bungebah, in consequence of satisfactory work, has h[?]rdened for the Caulfield Cup, 5 to 2 being the best offer against; while 3 to 1 is asked for. Glenloth also has good ...

    Article : 141 words
  38. BARON HIRSCH'S COLONISATION SCHEME.

    The Argentine Government has sold to Baron Hirsch 1,000 square miles of Chaco as an area for his Jewish colonisation scheme. ...

    Article : 103 words
  39. GRACEFUL CARRIAGE.

    Why so many deviate from a graceful carriage may be accounted for in as many ways as there are misshapen beings. The spinal column is the mainstay of the body, ...

    Article : 181 words
  40. FIGHT AMONG MONKS AT BETHLEHEM.

    An outbreak has occurred among the the Greek and Latin monks at Bethlehem, and in the melee a French Franciscan monk was wounded. ...

    Article : 29 words
  41. COLONIAL DIVIDEND.

    The British and Australasian Trust and Loan Company pay a dividend of 10 per cent. ...

    Article : 16 words
  42. TIN MARKET.

    Tin, Austialian and Straits, is quoted at £92 5s. per ton cash. ...

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

    Intelligence received from China via San Francisco says it is generally expected that the Chinese Government will shortly pay all claims for ...

    Article : 204 words
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