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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,169 words
  3. RUSSIA AND THE PORTE.

    Velidoff, the Russian Ambassador at Constantinople, is insisting that the Sultan shall give evidence that he has not entered into any engagement for ...

    Article : 40 words
  4. SPORTING.

    Melbourne Cup—Warrego, Little Bernie. Derby.—Tommy, Huntly, The Hermit. Maiden Plate.—Villiers Lady Lisgar all engagements. ...

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  5. THE ENFRANCHISEMENT OF WOMAN.

    The Leaders in office all over the world, and especially in this continent, are proposing that woman, or at least some of her, should have the suff[?]age lextended to her. ...

    Article : 371 words
  6. HOBART MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION.

    Donations towards defraying expense of this column are invited, and may be sent to any of the ministers of the Association, or to Secretary, Rev. I. K. McIntyre, who will acknowledge the ...

    Article : 82 words
  7. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS

    Mr. John E. Redmond, M.[?] for Wexford, has been elected leader of the Parnellite Party in the House of Commons. ...

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  8. THE MERCURY.

    Mr Justice Dodds still influenzised Body of a male child picked up in the water off New Wharf extension yesterday Hobart Ministers' Association hold a united ...

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  9. SPREAD OF CHOLERA.

    A hundred deaths from cholera daily are reported at Noy ([?] in Syria). ...

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  10. THE RUSSIAN, FAMINE.

    The Czar having directed that the reserves of grain in the Government stores should be given to the famine stricken peasants, the officiais fearing ...

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  11. WHAT EMINENT SCEPTICS THINK OF JESUS, CHRIST.

    "Wherefore God [?] gave unto Him the name which in above every name; that in the name of Jesus every knee should bow. Phil[?]ii., 9,10." ...

    Article : 540 words
  12. FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.

    Moderate work was generally done on the tracks to-day. Marvel did half-paco-work. Megaphone, Tantallon, and the rest of Hickenbotham's worked slowly. King ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. HEMP TRADE

    There is an improved demand for hamp, and fair quality New Zealand is quoted at £20 10s. per ton. ...

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  14. FRENCH IMORT DUTIES.

    The French Cabinet has adopted the recommendation of committee to put a duty of twenty francs on imported salt meats. ...

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  15. THE ARMY AND NAVY.

    The Right Hon. J.B. Balfour, speaking at Manchester, strongly urged the necessity of rendering the army voluntarily efficient. He also ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. CAULFIELD TRAINING NOTES.

    Nothing fast in galloping to record to-day. Greygown simply trotted. This horse has not had a fast gallop for three days, and moves a bit tender. G[?]enloth, Sylvester, and ...

    Article : 102 words
  17. OVERDUE STEAMER.

    The National Company's steamer Spain, trading between New York and English poits, is now overdue at New York ten days, and much anxiety ...

    Article : 31 words
  18. CANADIAN DEFENCES.

    Lord Salisbury has called upon the Dominion Government to supply him with a report on the existing defences of Canada. ...

    Article : 31 words
  19. A PRINCE MURDERED BY BRIGANDS.

    Brigands at San Stefano have murdered the Armenian Prince Savalaro, an attache of the Russian Embassy at Stamboul. ...

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  20. BETTING MARKET.

    Betting was generally dull to-day, the most noticeable feature feing the continued support of Pige[?]tee, who is again well backed for the Melbourne Cup, and closed ...

    Article : 87 words
  21. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    At a meeting of the Marine Board to-day it was decided to charge the captain of the Liverpool ship Mooltan with misconduct for not making propel efforts to rescue a ...

    Article : 401 words
  22. COUNTRY NEWS.

    There is much irritation among storekeepers and others at the manner in which gonds arriving per boat, rail and tram are delivered. A large proportion comes to ...

    Article : 921 words
  23. A TRAITOR PUNISHED.

    Mason, an Englishman convicted of smuggling arms for Chinese rebels has been sentenced at Shanghai to two years' imprisonment and a fine of ...

    Article : 31 words
  24. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The announcement of the intended reduction by the as ociated collieries of the selling price of coal next January, and the consequent reduction in the hewing rates, has ...

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  25. DEFUNCT.

    The St. Stephen's Review, a Conservative weekly paper, established in 1883, in promotion of the National cause, has been declared bankrupt. ...

    Article : 35 words
  26. LATEST QUOTATIONS.

    Victoria Derby.—1O0 to 35 Strathmo[?]e and St[?]omboli; 10 to 1 The Rebel. Melbourne Cup.—100 to 10 Paris; 100 to 8; Correze and Pigeontoe; 100 to 6 ...

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  27. SUICIDE OF A SOCIETY BELLE.

    A rich Jewess, the belle of Baltimore, society, has committed suicide by jumping from the top of the Washington Monument, in that city a distance of ...

    Article : 40 words
  28. CRICKET.

    The following will represent the Derwent in the pennant match against the Wellington, commencing at 2.15 this afternoon:- S. Howe, J. Bingham, T. Ryan, J. Watt, ...

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  29. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Sir,—I was to-day informed by a member of Parliament that the committee are about to adopt a recommendation made by Mr. Fincham, the Government Engineer, to ...

    Article : 107 words
  30. THE PRINCESS MAUD.

    The health of the Princess Maud, third daughter of the Prince of Wales, is causing some anxiety. ...

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  31. PROMOTION OF COLONIAL INDUSTRIES.

    Mr. Chapman, of the firm of McLean Brothers and Rigg (Limited), in a letter to the Press, suggests that Great Britain should give a substantial bonus ...

    Article : 59 words
  32. THE MODERN WAR SPIRIT.

    I believe that it is no exaggeration to say. that the men under arms at any one time, and that on what is called a peace footing, cannot amount to less than five millions ...

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  33. OUR FLEET.

    SIR,—Considerable indignation has been aroused at the sweeping and unwarrantable charges made against the sailors of our squadroni [?] a letter signed " Naval." It ...

    Article : 139 words
  34. QUEENSLAND.

    A meeting under the presidency of the Chief Justice was held this afternoon to hear an explanation from Mr. Jacob Goldstein in connection with the second ...

    Article : 67 words
  35. PAN-BRITANNIC CONTESTS.

    The suggestion recently made by Sir Astley P. Cooper, Bart., and supported by Mr. J. A. Froude, that a Quadrennial Pan-Britannic festival should be ...

    Article : 72 words
  36. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    It is understood that, after an interview with the manager of Messre. Dungey, Ralph, and Co, it was decided to advise the tobacco-twisters who went on strike to ...

    Article : 489 words
  37. NEW ZEALAND PRODUCE FOR LIVERPOOL.

    Several leading colonists are in favour of forming a New Zealand Farmers' Association to provide cargoes of dairy produce and meat to be Shipped direct ...

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  38. THE DOMAIN ROAD AND THE DOMAIN CHURCH TRUSTEES.

    SIR,—In Mr. Piesse's letter in this morning's Mercury, and in letters from ocher correspondents which have appeared, in your columns during the last two years or ...

    Article : 238 words
  39. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Mr. Dibbs has succeeded in forming a new Ministry as follows:- Colonial Secretary, Mr. Dibbs; Treasurer, Mr. See; Attorney General, Mr. Barton; ...

    Article : 86 words
  40. ARGENTINE AFFATRS.

    The political crisis, consequent upon rejection of the bill for issue of a paper currency, continues. The Senate and Chamber of Deputy ...

    Article : 36 words
  41. ECUMENICAL CONGRESS.

    It is probable that the next session of the Congress of the Methodist Church will be held in Australia. ...

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  42. THE ORDER OF THE GARTER

    The vacant Order of the Garter has been bestowed upon King Wilhelm, of Wurtemburg, in succession to King Charles I. deceased. ...

    Article : 45 words
  43. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Moona miners are submitting to the Board of Couciliation; 635 men and 49 boys answered the roll call to-day. A young woman named Anna Stark has ...

    Article : 74 words
  44. TASMANIAN MINES.

    SIR.—Under the above heading in your issue of yesterday, reference is made to a renent tour-by Mr. P.E. Henderson, C.E., whose time for six weeks was spent "in ...

    Article : 469 words
  45. LATEST CABLES

    The German Government has authorised the building of a new type of torpedo boat and thirteen large menof-war. ...

    Article : 40 words
  46. [From Melbourne papers.] VICTORIA.

    A meeting of the Executive Council of the Victorian District Amalgamated Miners' Association was held here to-day, when the majority of the branches were represented. A ...

    Article : 221 words
  47. THE FROZEN MEAT BY THE PARRAMATTA.

    The balance of the s.s. Parramatta's frozen meat cargo has been found to be in good condition. ...

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  48. JOHN BRIGHT ON THE DUTY OF THE CHURCHES.

    I believe it lics within the power, of the churches to do far more than statesmen can do in matters of this kind. I believe they might so brjng this question home to the ...

    Article : 128 words
  49. CONDITION OF FARM LABOURERS.

    Mr. Gladstone, attends a conference to be held, in London to discuss the present condition of farm labourers. ...

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  50. LATROBE.

    The North-Western Agricultural Association's annual show which takes place on Wednesday, 28th inst., bids fair to be a grenter success than any previous show held ...

    Article : 244 words
  51. RUSSIAN CROPS REVIVING.

    After a long drought, copions rains have fallen in Southera Russia reviving the crops there. ...

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  52. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. J. G. Pitcher, the manager of the Commercial Bank of Australia at Perth, who has severed his connection with the bank owing to his intention t take holy orders ...

    Article : 173 words
  53. CANADIAN MIGRATION

    Three thousand Dakota settlers have removed to Manitoba this season, induced by superior opportunities offered them in the British province. ...

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  54. TEMPERANCE ITEM.

    There is a portion of the City of Liverpool-Toxteth Park by name—having a population of 1,30,000 souls Toxteth Park is itself in two parts The one has a ...

    Article : 250 words
  55. FIGHTING IN CHINA.

    Chinese insurgents have captured Thema ([?]) after three days' siege. A oruel butchering of prisoners followed, and the rebels afterwards, abandoned ...

    Article : 40 words
  56. GRACEFUL CARRIAGE.

    [?] many deviate from a graceful [?] may be accounted for in as many ways as there are misshapen beings. The spinal [?]lumn is the mainstay of the body, ...

    Article : 194 words
  57. A SCHOONER WRECKED AT BREAM CREEK.

    The schooner Endeavour, belonging to the Marine Salvage Association of Melbourne, was wrecked on Tuesday forenoon on the beach at Bream Creek, close to the spot ...

    Article : 588 words
  58. NEW ZEALAND.

    "Goneral" Booth arrived here yesterday. Owing to the steamer coming in unexpectedly early, the arrangements made for his reception somewhat miscarried. ...

    Article : 99 words
  59. A ROYAL JOURNEY.

    Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, visits Livania ([?] Livadia in North Greece). ...

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  60. ADELINA PATTI.

    Mdme. Adelina Patti writes:—"I have found Pears' Soap matchless for the hands and complexion." (Signed) ADELINA PATTI, PEARS' SOAP—Pure [?] Fragrant. ...

    Article : 56 words
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  62. BISHOP MOORHOUSE ON SUNDAY RECREATION.

    Bishop Moorhouse says he can see no objection to cycling on Sunday, and the keeping open of the art galleries and musoums on that day he considers a ...

    Article : 40 words
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