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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A meeting of fruitgrowers was held in the Institute on Saturday evening last, when, after some formal business had been transacted Captain Evans, representative of Messrs ...

    Article : 410 words
  3. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 2,079 words
  4. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS

    The Russian Government are creating a commercial harbour at Poti—a port on the Caspian Sea, about 20 miles north of Batoum, ceded by Turkey at ...

    Article : 82 words
  5. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The Court of Marine Inquiry to-day investigated the charge of careless navigation against Thos. Bennett [?] master of the s.s. Warhawk, in connection with the ...

    Article : 335 words
  6. LATEST CABLES.

    Mr. Alfred Deakin, of Victoria, in an article contributed to Scribner's Magazine, on Federation of Australia, says the present outlook is not promising. ...

    Article : 36 words
  7. CRICKET.

    WELLINGTON v. DERWENT.—The match between these clubs-commenced last Saturday—will be resumed to-morrow afternoon on the S T.C.A. ground. Each side has ...

    Article : 347 words
  8. THE PARNELL ESTATE.

    It has transpired that the late C. S. Parnell left little property besides the Avondale estate. ...

    Article : 28 words
  9. CANADIAN SCANDALS.

    Thomas McGreovy, Larkin, and Connolly have been charged with conspiracy to defiaud the Quebec Harbour Board. ...

    Article : 26 words
  10. PAN-BRITANNIC CONTESTS.

    The Prince of Wales wishes that a scheme for the proposed Pan-Britannic festival should be submitted to a committee in London representing the ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. THE STRAND ELECTION.

    Mr. Frederick Smith (Conservative), son of the late member, the Right Hon. W. H. Smith, has been elected for the Strand (London), defeating Mr. ...

    Article : 40 words
  12. THE CANADIAN CABINET.

    Mr. J. A. Chapelau's claims to the portfolio of Railways in the Canadian Cabinet, he having previously held the position of Secretary of State, ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. BRITISH LABOUR COMMISSION.

    The sittings of the Royal Commission on the labour question have been resumed. Evidence has been taken of leading Northumberland coal mine ...

    Article : 43 words
  14. THE YEMEN REBELLION.

    It is reported at Vienna that forty thousand rebels are besieging the town of Sana, and that the Turkish Commander asks for reinforcements of ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. THE FRENCH TARIFF.

    Owing to it having been found impossible, to bring the new protective tariff recently passed by the French Chamber into force before the lapse of ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. MEETING.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Cornwall Coal Co. was held at Launceston yesterday afternoon, Mr. C. H. Smith in the chair. The report read expressed pleasure that ...

    Article : 468 words
  17. THE TILDEN WILL CASE.

    By compromise with the heir two million dollars of the Tilden estate have been devoted to the Free Library in New York. ...

    Article : 33 words
  18. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM'S REFORMS.

    The Berlin Press declares that the Emperor William's suddenly expressed intention to crush out the social evil in that city, however well meant, is ...

    Article : 40 words
  19. HEAZLEWOOD NOTES.

    On Saturduy, October 24, a public meeting assembled at Jupp's Hotel, and formed what will now be known as the Heazlewood Progress Association. They then passed ...

    Article : 443 words
  20. SILVER.

    Bullion silver is to-day quoted at 3s. [?] per oz. ...

    Article : 18 words
  21. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Labour League are putting up Mr. Grantham in opposition to Mr. Barton. The hospitals are full of influenza patients. The conspiracy charges against Howe and ...

    Article : 38 words
  22. MINING.

    The Launceston quotation for tin ore yesterday was 16s. por unit. The Rotomahana, s.s., left Launceston yesterday. Among her cargo was 24 tons 6cwt. ...

    Article : 243 words
  23. LABOUR LEGISLATION IN FRANCE.

    The French Government intends to introduce a bill into the Chamber of Deputies shortly, providing for the creation of elective boards for the ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. FLOODS IN EUROPE.

    The floods in Spain and Italy are increasing in seventy, and great distress prevails. ...

    Article : 27 words
  25. QUEENSLAND.

    Separation proposuls have been abandoned by the Premier for the present session. It is stated that rich gold in patches has been struck along tho Iguanadiue. Also ...

    Article : 80 words
  26. TYPHUS FEVER IN FRANCE.

    Much alarm prevails in Boulogne. Typhus is raging there, and many of the soldiers in the garrison have been attacked. There is a general stampede ...

    Article : 31 words
  27. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

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

    Article : 583 words
  28. NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTRY.

    The Times thinks Mr. Dibbs, the New South Wales Premier, is inclined to thrust the Labour Party back to a subsidiary position, his policy being to ...

    Article : 44 words
  29. ELECTRIC MOTORS.

    The Northern Pacific Railway Co. are now seriously considering the question of introducing Mr. Edison's, electromotors on their railway, to take the ...

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

    A meeting of mining investors and holders of mining leases was held this afternoon to consider the letter from the Secretary of Mines, calling on mining companies to ...

    Article : 209 words
  31. BREAK-UP OF FRAUDULENT SPORTING RING.

    The Jockey Clubs at Vienna and Buda Pesth have destroyed a ring of jockeys and bookmakers, long suspected of being concerned in ...

    Article : 36 words
  32. NEWMARKET HOUGHTON.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 60 words
  33. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Renison Bell South, October 17.—Have completed cutting; pack track from the Melba Co. to mine camp, distance two miles. Owing to exceptionally wet weather the propress has ...

    Article : 1,326 words
  34. FACTION FIGHTS IN IRELAND.

    Rowdyism in Cork has increased, and faction fights are everyday occurring Mr. Dillon has been grievously assaulted ...

    Article : 19 words
  35. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS NOTES.

    At the Despatch the hoisting plant has been started and is working very satisfactorily. Sinking has also been resumed in main shaft, which has reached a depth of ...

    Article : 371 words
  36. EARTHQUAKE AND LOSS OF LIFE.

    A terrible earthquake has occurred at Hiogo on the south side of Niphon Island, Japan, and estuary to Osaka, on the, south-west coast of the island, ...

    Article : 57 words
  37. MAYNOOTH COLLEGE.

    Owing to the Influence of the clergy Dr. Kenny has been dismissed from the post of physician at the Maynooth College. ...

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

    The Daily News considers that the "freezing reception" accorded to recent Australian loans is a "blessing in disguise," as it will discourage further ...

    Article : 260 words
  39. QUEENSLAND AND THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

    In reference to the misunderstanding between the Bank of England and the Treasurer of Queensland, concerning disparaging remarks made by the latter ...

    Article : 52 words
  40. THE MILDURA IRRIGATION COLONY.

    Mr. W. B. Chaffey, the resident partner of Mesars. Chaffey Bros., arrived by the steamer Ellen last night. She was expected at 3 p.m., and for an hour or two after that ...

    Article : 173 words
  41. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—My attention has been called to a letter in your issue of the 19th inst., signed" Investor," asking for information as to the issue of scrip in the above ...

    Article : 146 words
  42. DIREFUL CALAMITY AT A WEDDING.

    A wall fell on a wedding party assembled at Tunis, killing eighteen persons, and injuring several others. ...

    Article : 25 words
  43. WHEAT MARKET.

    The cargo of wheat ex Hereward has been sold at 41s. 7½d. per 496lb. The American visible supply of breadstuffs is 46,700,000 bushels. ...

    Article : 39 words
  44. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The jockey Curran, who was on Saturday admitted to the Prince Alfred Hospital unconscious, having been thrown from the horse which he was riding in the Moorefield ...

    Article : 105 words
  45. MINING TELEGRAM.

    The Central Broken Hill mine is now getting a good quantity of water from the north shaft, said to be sufficient for smelting purposes. It is evident that this iscoming from a ...

    Article : 151 words
  46. SCIENCE ASSOCIATION MEETING.

    Mr. Robert Giffen, Assistant Secretary and Comptroller of Returns to the Board of Trade, will attend the meeting of the Association for the ...

    Article : 44 words
  47. LAUNCESTON.

    Brandy Creck, b, 6d., s. 1s. New Pinafore, s. 31s. New Golden Gate, b. £4 5s. North Golden Gate, s. 4s 6d. Tasmania., s. £8 12s 6d. ...

    Article : 181 words
  48. THE CIVIL SERVICE.

    SIR,—The Civil Service and the community ought alike be grateful to you for your remarks in this morning's Mercury on the question of a Civil Service Bill. No ...

    Article : 450 words
  49. STARTLING RESULTS FROM TAILINGS CONCENTRATION.

    The results of concentration of tailings from gold workings in Victoria are wonderfully good, Sandhurst tailings assaying (?) pennyweights per ton ...

    Article : 61 words
  50. TEN GOLD MEDALS

    Have been awarded to ST. JACOB'S OIL at different International Exhibitions for its marvellous power to relieve and cure pain. Its extraordinary merits have been placed ...

    Article : 76 words
  51. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A Board of Conciliation representing the Moonta miners, and the directors of the Wallaroo and Moonta mines, met to-day. The Press was excluded, but was offcially ...

    Article : 136 words
  52. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT OF £2,000.

    The fourth annual meeting of the shareholders at the Stock Exchange of Melbourne Co., held on Tuesday, the 20th inst., in the Exchange-room, Collins-street, was a ...

    Article : 993 words
  53. MORE OF THEM.

    Mr. Robert McCarthy, writing from Paradise (N.S.W.), says: "I find the Waterbury a vary good timekeeper. Mine has gone two yean and six months, and is ...

    Article : 105 words
  54. REPORTED MILITARY MUTINY AT WINDSOR.

    It is reported that the third battalion of the Grenadier Guards, stationed at Windsor, have mutinied, throwing their food out of windows, ...

    Article : 47 words
  55. MELBOURNE.

    Silver stocks very depressed all round to-day. Sales:—Block 10, £18 16s. British, 30s.; Broken Hill, £8 1s, £7 18s, £7 19s, £7 12s. South (contributing), 50s, 49s. Broken ...

    Article : 285 words
  56. SCOTCH RAILWAY POOL.

    A Sotch railway pool is forming to absorb all the lines in North Britain. ...

    Article : 18 words
  57. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    In the Supreme Court yesterday, before the Chief Justice, an action was brought by Mr. James Roe against Mr. G. W. Leake, M.L.C. to recover £500 for alleged ...

    Article : 120 words
  58. MRS. LANGTRY.

    Mrs. Langtry writes:—"I have much plessure in stating that I have used your Soap for some time, and prefer it to any other." (Signed) LILLIE LANGTRY. ...

    Article : 225 words
  59. EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

    Dr. Charles Baillieu, from Melbourne, has been appointed Demonstrator of Anatomy at the College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. ...

    Article : 22 words
  60. VICTORIAN AGENT-GENERAL.

    Sir Andrew Clarke consents to act as Agent-General for the colony of Victoria ponding the appointment of a successor to Sir Graham Berry. ...

    Article : 26 words
  61. NEW ZEALAND.

    Captain Holm, part ownor of the missing vessel Kentish Lasa, states that the wreckage found at Malayta Island, in the Solomon Group, corresponds with the description of ...

    Article : 154 words
  62. NEW GUINEA SETTLEMENT.

    The Astrolabe Bay Company, with a capital of £120,000, has been formed in Berlin to promote settlement on the northern coast of the eastern portion ...

    Article : 37 words
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