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  3. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—The House of Assembly has decided that the subscription to the exchange ought not to be lowered. This may or may not be right, but surely there can be no ...

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  4. MINING.

    The Launceston quotation for tin ore on Saturday was 16s. per unit. Broken Hill Proprietary Co. declare a dividend of 2s. per share. ...

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  5. COLLAPSE OF THE CARRON STRIKE.

    Mr. J. Burns admits that the prolonged strike of the Carron shipworkers has been defeated. ...

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  6. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    A sensation has been caused in Cork by the discovory of a conspiracy to murder Mr. William O'Brien, member for the North-east District of Cork ...

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  7. INCREASE OF FRENCH DUTIES.

    The French Senate have carried against the Government a resolution fixing an import duty of 25f. on American pork. ...

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  8. INFLUENZA.

    Influenza is spreading to an alarming extent at Bucharest arid Berlin. ...

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  9. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    The English Press oppose the suggestion that British people should join in subscribing to the Russian famine relief fund, since the large loan just ...

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  10. KINGBOROUGH POLICE DISTRICT.

    SIR,—A petition has been published in the Government Gazette, signed by 50 owners and occupiers in the above district, praying that the district be proclaimed a ...

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  11. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    Thomas Hawkesford, Railway booking clork, at Bendigo, was yesterday found dead in an outhouse at Alexander's Hotel, Spencer-street. On the previous day he ...

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  12. EXPERT MINING REPORT.

    Mr. Ellice Clark visits Australia to report on the Broken Hill and East Broken Hill mine purchases. ...

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  13. EXETER HALL MEETING.

    At the missionary meeting held at Exeter Hall to-day £8,000 was sub scribed with a view to prevent the evacuation of Uganda, it being ...

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  14. DRAMATIC.

    Mr. Musgrove has engaged Mrs. Bernard Beere and Miss Mand Millet for an Australian season, commencing March next. Also the Lago Opera ...

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  15. LAUNCESTON.

    Many will regret to hear of the death of Mrs. F. W. Krushka, of Mineral Banks, Ringarooma, which occurred yesterday at the Launceston Hotel, where the deceased ...

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  16. THE CORK RIOTS.

    Ninety-two persons who were injured in the recent faction riots have been treated in the Cork infirmary. It is stated that during the fracas ...

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  17. VICTORIAN LOAN.

    The directors of the Bank of England held opinion that it is undesirable, and would probably prove impracticable, to float at present even one and a half ...

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  18. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Balstrup's Central, October 9.—The main shaft, distance advanced below No. 1 tunne level 25ft.; total 110ft. Owing to an increased flow of water, sinking is temporarily stopped ...

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  19. CAMBRIDGESHIRE STAKES.

    Owing to a question having been raised as to the previous performances of Mr. W. W. Fulton's Comedy, the winner of the Cambridgeshire Stakes, ...

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  20. DREADFUL EARTHQUAKE IN JAPAN.

    The recent earthquake in Japan nearly destroyed Magoya Gifu Osaka, and killed over three thousand people, chiefly Japanese. ...

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  21. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The charges of conspiracy against James Peter Howe, member for Bourke, and James Miller, director of the Mercantile Loan and Guarantee Co., were concluded late on ...

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  22. THE GREY ORE SILVER-MINING COMPANY (N.L.)

    SIR,—In your issue of the 21st inst. I noticed with pleasure the complaint of "Shareholder" re the management of above mine. ...

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  23. BURNING OF A MISSISSIPPI STEAMER.

    A Mississippi steamer has been burnt at Vicksburg, and twelve lives lost. ...

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  24. THE EIGHT HOURS QUESTION

    Sir John Gorst, M.P., addressing a meeting at Wolverhampton, suggested that the Government and the great Municipalities should try the ...

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  25. TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    The Government of Roumania has intimated that it will support the Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria, and Italy. ...

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  26. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]

    Last evening a few old bags became ignited at Messrs. Barnard, Ma[?]kay and Co.'s stores, but the flames were extinguished before any damage was done. ...

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  27. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    Laragely attended meetings of Roman Catholics were held to-day at Latrobe, Railton, and Forth, at which the action of the opponents of the Devonport Catholic ...

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  28. GERMANY IN AFRICA.

    Intelligence has been received at Berlin that Emin Pasha, who is in command of the German expedition in Africa, is proceeding towards the ...

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  29. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS NOTES.

    A very decided improvement has taken place in the appearance of the lode in No. 3 tunnel on the Dundas S.M. and P. Co.'s ground. When first struck it was only ...

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  30. EGYPTIAN OCCUPATION.

    The Duke of Hamilton, addressing a meeting at Edinburgh, said if Egypt should be evacuated by England anarchy or usurpation by another power ...

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  31. MASSACRE OF FRENCH EXPLORERS.

    Natives have massacred a French exploring party of eight at Betsiboka, Madagascar. ...

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  32. RENEWED DISTURBANCES AMONG AMERICAN MINERS.

    American miners are again objecting to the employment of convicts in working the coal mines of Knoxville, and as a demonstration against the ...

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  33. ANXIOUS BONDHOLDERS.

    An informal meeting of the principal bondholders in the North Sydney Investment and Tramway Co. has instructed certain bondholders visiting ...

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  34. MR. SYDNEY BLACK'S MISSION.

    Mr. Sydney Black, of London, addressed an audience of over 500 in the Temporance Hall last evening, on "The Great Revolution of Life: its initiation, continuation, ...

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  35. VICTORIAN MAIZE.

    Eight hundred bags of the Jelunga's cargo of maize have realised thirtythree pence per bushel. ...

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  36. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

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

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  37. GERMAN ARTILLERY FORCE

    The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Telegraph says it is intended to ask the Reichstag for a grant of nine million pounds, for the purpose of ...

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  38. GUN PRACTICE FATALITY.

    The gunboat Sabrina, while firing for practice off Plymouth with shot, sunk two smacks which had got in the line of fire and killed a fisherman. ...

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  39. ZEEHAN WATER SUPPLY.

    The Zeehean Water and Sewerage Bill, better known as Fitzgerald Moore's Bill, is once more before Parliament, and our Hobart correspondent telegraphs [?]s that Mr. E. ...

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  40. NATIONAL BANK OF NEWZEALAND.

    The emergent call in the National Bank of New Zealand has been paid, and the business of the bank is satisfactory. ...

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  41. KILKENNY ELECTION.

    Mr. Michael Davitt, yielding to pressure, has consented to stand for the Kilkenny election. ...

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  42. BEST TO WORK THE MAILS BY.

    Mr. Thomas Wroe, postmaster, Buckley's Crossing, N.S.W. writes:—"As a timekeeper your Waterbury cannot be beaten; and I find it much better to work the mails ...

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  43. ART TREASURE FOR ADELAIDE.

    Mr. Howell, of Adelaide, has purchased Dore's celebrated painting, "The flight into Egypt." ...

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  44. THE BUTTER TRADE.

    In view of the scarcity of butter in the English market the produce merchants in London are speculating in colonial butter to arrive. ...

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  45. RUMOURED LOSS OF MEXICAN MAN-OF-WAR.

    It is feared that the Mexican man-ofwar Democrat has been lost with 70 hands. ...

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  46. A PRIMA DONNA IN THE DIVORCE COURT

    A divorce petition has been filed in London in which a famous prima donna is respondent, and a young foreign Prince the co-respondent. The ...

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  47. UNITED STATES AND CHILI.

    It is repotted that the Chilian Government has demanded the re call of Mr. Egan, the United States representative, refusing to have ...

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  48. LAUNCESTON.

    Moonlight, s. 6s. New Pinafore, b. 26s, s. 30s 6d. New Golden Gate, b. £4 10s. Old Boys (contributing), b. 3s. ...

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  49. EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.

    The Right Hon. J. B. Balfour has been elected Chancellor of the Edinburgh University. ...

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  50. GOOD MORNING!

    PEARS' SOAP for toilet and Nursery especially prepared for the delicate skin of Ladies and children and others sensitive to the weather, winter and summer. Prevents ...

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  51. [From Melbourne papers.]

    The influenza epidemic has assumed a very virulent form in Cornwall, and in the western portion of the county, including Truro, Falmouth, and ...

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  52. MINING DEVELOPMENT IN MEXICO.

    The comparatively recent activity in the Monterey mining district, consequent on the establishment of the great smelters in and around the city, has develveped a wealth in ...

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  53. CO-OPERATIVE OMNIBUS COMPANY.

    The Omnibus and Tramworkers' Union of London have decided to start a Co-operative Omnibus Co. in selfdefence. They declare that the ...

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  54. WHEAT MARKET.

    The cargo of New Zealand wheat, ex barque Bankville, from Lyttelton (July) has been, sold at 41s. per quarter. ...

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