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  2. EUROPEAM TELEGRAMS

    Further details of the earthquakes occurring in various parts of the State of California show that they were of a very serious character, the county of ...

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  3. THE MERCURY.

    Treasurer says there is no reason why the session should not be ended in a fortnight. A cordial welcome extended to the Rev. J. W. Simmons last evening at the ...

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  4. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    A public meeting was held in the Town Hall this evening for the purpose of considering the Centralisation of Police[?] and Rural Municipalities Bills, Mr. William Abey ...

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  5. IMPORTANT NOTICE.

    The "Grip, or, as it is sometimes called, "La Grippe," although it is nothing more or less, in all probability, than the old complaint known in our early days as "influenza," ...

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  6. Advertising

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  7. SPORTING.

    Mons Meg ran thirteenth in the Caesarewitch Stakes, and was beaten at the mile post. For the Cambridgeshire, £10,000 to ...

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  8. RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The Russian Government 4 per cent. loan of twenty millions sterling, placed on the market at £79 5s., has been covered seven and half times. The ...

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  9. THE LATE DR. NISH.

    The funeral of the late Dr. Nish took place to-day, and was largely attended, despite the wet weather and the awkward hour at which the procession started. Prior to the ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN WINES.

    The Times fears that some of the best Australian wines are sometimes introduced as French, asentertainers scarcely venture to yet place Australian and ...

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  11. SPORTING.

    Betting for the coming events not so brisk to-night as expected, considering that the Caulfield Cup will be run to-m[?]rrow. Several of the most prominent favourites ...

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  12. THE DRUG TRADE IN EGYPT.

    The French Consul at Alexandria is resisting the Khedive's recent decree directing official inspection of the stocks h[?]ld by druggists. ...

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  13. POSTED AT LLOYD'S.

    The ship Carnival, from Newcastle, has been posted as missing at Lloyd's. ...

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  14. SALONICA MAIL ROUTE.

    If the proposed Salonica mail service replaces the Brindisi service, England insists that the saving of time shall be maintained in the all round transit. ...

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  15. STRAND ELECTION.

    Mr. Guthridge, a Radical, opposes Mr. E. Smith for the Strand election. ...

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  16. MISHAP TO S.S. PARRAMATTA.

    A mishap has happened to the s.s. Parramatta on her homeward voyage from Australian ports. The crank of the shaft connecting with the refrigerating ...

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  17. NEW AUSTRALIAN STEAMER.

    The fast and handsomely-fitted steamer Peregrine, recently purchased by Messrs William Howard Smith and Sons for their Australian trade, has ...

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  18. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of the Rev. Brain, late Archdeacon of Portland. ...

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  19. LATEST QUOTATIONS.

    Caulfield Cup.—100 to 30 Buogebah; 100 to 20 Glenloth, Dillon, and Forest King; 100 to 14 Clonard; 100 to 8 G'Naroo; 100 to 5 Teksum; 100 to 4 Gres—ord, Mitre, ...

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  20. BROKEN HILL.

    Broken Hill Consols are quoted at 11s. ...

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  21. PHYELOXERA IN HUNGARY.

    Official returns in connection with phylloxera pest in vineyards of Hungary show that the scourge, has increased to a ruinous extent, and that ...

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  22. DRAMATIC.

    Mr. Bernard Beere commences a dramatic tour in Australia in the coming spring. ...

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  23. [From Melbourne papers.]

    The recent elections for the Lower Chamber of the Legislature of Saxony show a large increase of Socialist representatives. ...

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  24. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Minister of Works accepted to-day the tender of Messrs. Baxter and Saddler, of Melbourne, for the c[?]nstruction of the first section of the M[?]long and Parkes ...

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  25. CANADIAN FARMING.

    The British farmer delegates in Canada are resuming inspection of the country and systems of agriculture with a view to reporting thereon. ...

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  26. RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The prospects of the Russian loan of twenty millions sterling being success fully floated are assured, although the principal Jewish financiers and brokers ...

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  27. SCRATCHINGS.

    Melbourne Cup.—Buttons. Caulfield Cup.—Greygown. V.A.T.C Steeplechase.—Tyro and Blister. ...

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  28. SAN FRANCISCO MAIL NEWS

    The R.M.S M[?] from San Francisco, arrived this morning. GENERAL SUMMARY. Reliable authority states that owing to ...

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  29. SIR GRAHAM BERRY.

    Sir Graham Berry sails in the s.s. Victoria for Melbourne, and on arrival intends to actively re-enter politics. ...

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  30. FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.

    Proceedings on the training ground to-day were marred by a sad accident to a boy named Reynolds, in the emp[?]oy of Mr. Duggan, the Sydney trainer. The lad had ...

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  31. MELBOURNE HARBOUR LOAN.

    The Melbourne harbour loan is to-day quoted at 10s. premium. ...

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  32. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The Shire Secretary at Kyneton, Mr. Robt. Harper, died suddenly to-day of heart di[?]se, aged 51 years. The Marine Board to-day resolved to ...

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  33. BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A meeting of shareholders of the Bank of South Australia have adopted the accounts as presented, and appoint a committee to confer with ...

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  34. THE FAMINE IN RUSSIA.

    The effects of the famine prevailing in Russia are widespread. Trade is becoming paralysed, and many merchants in St Petersburg are reducing ...

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  35. PARNELLISM.

    The sudden death of Mr. Parnell is said to have much affected Mr. Gladstone. The [?]victed Tenants' Relief Fund, ...

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  36. QUEENSLAND.

    Captain William Kerr McClintock, of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, has been appoint[?]d to succeed Lie[?]t-Colonel Des Voeux as infantry staff officer in the Queensland ...

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  37. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A political crisis suddenly arose late last night. The Minister of Mines moved the third reading of the Coal Mines Regulation Bill, whereupon Mr. Mac Millan proposed ...

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  38. CAULFIELD TRAINING NOTES.

    Morning very disagree[?]ble, and cold wind blowing boisterously. Glenloth cantered once round, and th[?]n Swivel picked him up, and he ran a mile in 1min. 50sec. on the ...

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  39. THEATRE ROYAL.

    On Tuesday evening next this new play of Ibsen's will be produced for the first time in Tasmania at the Theatre Royal. The following synopsis of the plot may prove ...

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  40. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Commissioner of Crown Lands is still confined to his house, and the secretary, Mr. Wright, is laid up by influenza. The daughters of His Excellency the Governor ...

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  41. GLADSTONE'S RECKLESS TONGUE.

    The Right Hon. E. Stanhope, Secretary of State for the War Department, addressing a meeting at, Shilshy (Chelsea), deplored Mr. Gladstone's ...

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  42. LAW AND ORDER.

    A large and influential deputation waited on the Government this morning, introduced by Mr. Baker, M.L.C., and presented a memorial hurriedly got up, and bearing 500 ...

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  43. SYDNEY SPORTING NEWS.

    Oxide, Sulphide, and Cardoness, under the care of T. Lamond, left by train this evening for Melbourne. The business at Tattersall's to-day was ...

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  44. RUSSIAN AGGRESSION.

    Russian encroachments in Pamir, Central Asia, are distinctly within the Afghan and Chinese territory, and probably England and China will take ...

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  45. CONTINUOUS GALE IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    The furious gale which has prevailed for some days past still continues. The harbour extension works at Dover have been destroyed, and inland many ...

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  46. TRIAL OF ANARCHISTS.

    The trial of sixty-six Anarchists has commenced at Rome. ...

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  47. HEMP MARKET.

    The present demand for hemp is weak. Tine-dressed sells st £24 10s.; fair at £21 10s. ...

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  48. THE FRENCH NAVY.

    Admiral Jules Barbey, Minister of Marine, opposes M. Brisson's scheme for re-organising the French navy. ...

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  49. CRICKET.

    The match between the Wellington and Break o' Day Clubs will be resumed this afternoon on the S.T.C. Association ground, When play concluded last Saturday the ...

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  50. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Government has given £200 towards the festivities in connection with the first anniversary of Proclamation Day on the 21st inst. ...

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  51. TIN.

    Tin—Australian and Straits—is to-day quoted at £93 10s. cash. ...

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  52. THE LABOUR QUESTION,

    Mr. Burnett, Secretary to the London Labour Union, reports that the demand for skilled labour is steadily increasing in many of the chief, industries. ...

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  53. LATEST CABLES

    It is reported that Messrs. Howard Smith and Co. intend building five steamors in England for the intercolonial Australian trade, and that two ...

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  54. BREAKING THE RULE.

    Mr. Thomas Lloyd, Lloyd's Repository, Pembroke-place, Liverpool, England, writes: "As a rule, I object to giving testimonials, or [?]any way endorsing proprietary ...

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  55. ARGENTINE FINANCES.

    The Argentine Senate[?] has rejected the proposals of the Lower Chamber forced paper currency and the suspension of gold payments for two years. ...

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  56. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government has prohibited the export of [?]ysters from the colony. The Christchurch bootmakers have ac[?] cepted the reduced scale of wages insisted ...

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  57. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    The Czarina has given twenty million roubles to relieve the distresses of her famine-stricken subjects. ...

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  58. EVERYBODY

    Has soon children waste away, until life is sometimes despaired of. SCOTT'S EMULSION of Pure Cod Liver Oil check[?] wasting in children. ...

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  59. THE WRECK OFF NEWFOUNDLAND.

    Survivors of the cattle steamer lost off the Banks of Newfoundland declare that 42 were drowned. Their story is doubted. ...

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  60. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Grainger's motion for bursting up large estates has been withdrawn, the Premier stating that the Government would accept it as a no-confidence motion. ...

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  61. DISLOYAL STUDENTS.

    One hundred students have been arrested at Kieff for plotting against the Czar. ...

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  62. HOUSE OF COMMONS' LEADERSHIP.

    The Standard says it has been arranged that Mr. Balfour, Secretary for Ireland, shall succeed the late W. H. Smith in the Government leadership in ...

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  63. ILLNESS OF THE SPANISH PREMIER.

    Senor Canovas del Castillo, the Premier of Spain, is ill. Senor Castillo was born in 1830, and his present Ministry came into office in July last ...

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  64. [From Melbourne papers.] VICTORIA.

    In reference to the troubles with the Salvation Army, Mr. Shoppee, the City Mayor, has given the following notice of motion for the next council meeting:—"Failing to ...

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  65. PEACE OF EUROPE.

    Italian papersassert that the Marquis Rudini, the Premier, showed M. Degiers, the Russian War Minister, the terms of the Triple Alliance to convince him ...

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