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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,746 words
  3. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    Lady Hamilton, accompunicd by Miss Robinson, Mr. W. H. B. Robinson, Private Secretary, and the Rev. E H. Thompson viaited the State School to day and ...

    Article : 179 words
  4. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—The latest issues of Australian papers obtainable at Zeehan to-day, November 3 (Cup Day), are the Melbourne Argus and Age of Saturday, October 3[?], ...

    Article : 100 words
  5. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    It is reported that the Right Hon. Sir Henry Charles Lopes, one of the Cord Justices of the Court of Appeal, contemplates retiring from the Bench. ...

    Article : 70 words
  6. CANADIAN CABINET.

    M. Chaplean has been placated by being given the portfolio of Minister of the Interior, and no further reconstruction of the Canadian Cabinet1 is now ...

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  7. THE FRENCH ROYALISTS.

    The leaders of the Royalist party in France have requested the Comte do Paris to express their censure of the recent conduct of the Duc d'Orleans in ...

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  8. A DAY OF BELIEVING PRAYER.

    Sir,—Mr. Thos. Westbrook is to be congratulated for his letter in this morning's issue. We as a people are too prone to trust in the human instead of the Divine. I have ...

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  9. AFGHAN FRIENDSHIP FOR ENGLAND.

    The Amir of Afghanistan assured a deputation of Indian merchants that lie is inspired with the truest feelings of friendship for England. ...

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  10. POLITICAL AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.

    Mr. Thomas Healy, brother of Mr. T. M. Healy, M.P., announces his intention of contesting the Cork election against Mr. Redmond. ...

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  11. TREATMENT OF ORES.

    Mr. Hawker, of Adelaide, is now at Leadville, United States, examining the treatment of sulphides in operation there. ...

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  12. THE WATERWITCH TRAGEDY.

    At the police office, Southport, in the case, Ruddock v. Price, assault with intent, the prisoner, who had previously been committed for wilful murder of W, Atkinson, ...

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  13. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The closing meeting of the Railway Association Conference took place to day. The Chairman said throughout the whole proceedings there bad been a spirit of antagonism to ...

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  14. MACQUARIE-STREET CROSSING.

    Sir,—How differently people regard things[?] "Watchman," in your issue of this morntog, is rampint over the suggested closing of traffic across the railway in ...

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  15. TIN MARKET.

    Tin Australian and Straits, is to-day at £92. ...

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  16. LATEST CABLES.

    His Grace, the Archbishop of Canterbury, favours a suggestion recently made, that he should visit the Colonial churches. ...

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  17. SPORTING.

    A typographical error made the horses allotted the minimum in the Hodgson Memorial Stakes as receiving 9st. instead of the obvious 7st. ...

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  18. LOUIS LUCIEN BONAPARTE.

    The romains of the late Louis Lucien Bonaparte, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, are to be interred in London. ...

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  19. WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS.

    Lord Dufferin has been appointed Warden of the Cinque Ports in succession to the late Right Hon. W. H. Smith. ...

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  20. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.

    Attention is again drawn by advertise mont to the Tasmanian Racing Club spring mcot, to be held at Elwick on Derby day, the 28th inst. Owners, etc., having horses ...

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  21. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Dr. Pleitn[?]r, who was recently in London inquiring on behalf of the Government into the modes of treating refractory ore, his forwarded a long report dealing with the ...

    Article : 331 words
  22. BERLIN BANK FAILURE.

    The Berlin banking firm of Hirsch-feld and Wolff, established in 1827, has suspended payment, their liabilities being eight million marks. The ...

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  23. MELBA DIVORCE CASE.

    French papers declare that Arm strong, the husband of Madame Melba, challenges the Due d'Orloans to a duel. ...

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  24. TASMANIAN TURF CLU

    Entries for the Exhibition Meet of the Tasmanian Turf Club, fixed for the 9th prox., close to-night at 8 o'clock. The events on the programme are as under:— ...

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  25. THE DAVIES TROPHY.

    SIR,—I quite agree with "An Ex-member" that the Scottsdale team should have been credited with their two wins in your columns of 26th inst, and I also agree with the ...

    Article : 316 words
  26. RUSSIA LARGELY PURCHASING SILVER.

    It is reported that Russia purchases from the Bank of France bullion silver to the value of a, hundred imillion roubles for minting purposes. ...

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  27. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    An appeal has been made to the Czar to issue an ukase closing all dram shops in the famine stricken districts to prevent relief funds being wasted in ...

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  28. MOONEE VALLEY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 177 words
  29. CHICAGO EXHIBITION.

    All the large structures of the Chicago Exhibition, so far built, hate been condumned as unsafe, and an additional expenditure of 75,000dols. is required ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH CONVENTION.

    Baron Hirsch convoites early in the coming year an International Jewish Convention. ...

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  31. THE CZAR WELL PROTECTED.

    Fearing Nihilistic activity 60,000 troops lined the Czar's route from Wirballen to Sebastopol. ...

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  32. SHOCKING MARINE DISASTER.

    A shocking disaster has occurred at Negropont (Greece), an English steamer laden with petroleum having been burnt there and nine of the crew ...

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  33. SOCIALIST LEGISLATOR IMPRISONED.

    Herr Schmidt, a Socialist member, of the Reichstag, has been sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment for inciting people to dihoboy the law. ...

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  34. MALVERSATION OF RELIEF FUNDS.

    A witness has testified before the Labour Commission that the Unionists devoted £5,000 from the Australian donations to fight the employers of ...

    Article : 44 words
  35. UPPER DERWENT ROAD TRUST.

    The usual monthly meeting, of this Trust was held at Glenora on Monday, 2nd inst. There were present—Moisrs. L. M. Shoobridge (chairman), W. E. Shoobridge, and F. ...

    Article : 349 words
  36. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A serious stabbing affray has occurred at Fremantle. Two firemen, named Whitton and' Hussare, employed, on board the steamer South Australian, had a fight at ...

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  37. A MUNIFICENT BEQUEST.

    Ninety thousand pounds have been bequeathed by Maldniay (?) for relief of Russian Jews in London. ...

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  38. [From Melbourne papers.] VICTORIA.

    At a special meeting of subscribers to the Bendigo Art Gallery, held this afternoon, it was resolved to register the institution under the Trust act in order to take full ...

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  39. CONSPIRACY TO MURDER EMPEROR FRANCIS.

    Three workmen have been arrested at Groshuzee (?) for conspiracy against the life of the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria. ...

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  40. MORE RIOTING AT CORK.

    The Parnellers at Cork have stoned the Nationals as they processioned through the streets, throwing missiles from the roofs of buildings. Many were ...

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  41. LIMITED CHINESE IMMIGRATION.

    The Treasuror has received a letter from Sir John Forrest with regard to the reported influx of Chinese into West Austra[?]. It states that this year 188 Chinese ...

    Article : 130 words
  42. V.R.C.

    All Engagements.—Prelude, Rosebrook, Russian, Laverock, Leroy, Vera, Cardoness, Harriot, Sternchaser. Steeplechase.—Transit, Puzzle, Chemist. ...

    Article : 74 words
  43. WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE.

    The barque Strathblane, from Honolulu, has been wrecked at Astoria, Columbia River, and the captain and live of the crow drowned. ...

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  44. LORD HAWKES' CRICKETING TOUR.

    Mr. S.M.J. Woods, who filled the vacancy in Lord Hawkes' team, caused by Mr. Palairet's retirement has bowled splendidly throughout the tour in ...

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  45. AN EXPANDING COMPANY.

    The directors of the Queensland Investment Land and Mortgage Co. propose to strengthen the paid up capital and reduce the terminable debt. ...

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  46. ENGINEERS' STRIKE ENDED.

    The strike of amalgamated engineers in the Tyne and Wear workshops has ended. The employers undertake to observe a minimum of overtime and ...

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  47. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government here have telegraphed to the Government of Now South Wales asking to have a search made by a man-of-war for the survivors of the Kentish Lass, which ...

    Article : 255 words
  48. MORE TROUBLE IN CHILI.

    A widespread conspiracy to overthrow the Government and murder General Canto, has been discovered at Santiago. It is stated that many ...

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  49. FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS

    An ordinary Walker's whiskey bottle has been completely filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills, securely co[?]ked with a cork one inch into the neck and sealed and placed in the ...

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  50. AUSTRALIAN BROKEN HILL SCRIP.

    The Australian Broken Hill Consols Co. have issued a circular showing assets £36,000, and liabilities p5,000, apart from 140,000 shares in the ...

    Article : 32 words
  51. UGANDA

    Yielding to the persuasion of the missionary organisations, and others, the British-African Co. has withdrawn the order to abandon Uganda. ...

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  52. COLONIAL LOANS.

    The statement made by Mr. Dibbs, Premier of New South Wales, that all the lately-floated loan has been spent, has confirmed the suspicions of many ...

    Article : 85 words
  53. THE SACRIFICE OF LIFE.

    Thousands of lives are sacrificed annually because mankind are not educated in the first rudiments of hygiene and life-preservation. Simple ailments are neglected. The ...

    Article : 436 words
  54. OLITICAL CRISIS IN BRAZIL.

    Marshal Deodoro da Fonseca, Chief of the Provisional Government of Brazil, has dissolved Congress for passing a law over his veto and desiring by ...

    Article : 74 words
  55. COLONIAL PRODUCE.

    A thousand packages of Queensland feyrup sugar have been sold at 11s. 6d. New Zealand hemp is flat and unchanged in price. ...

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  56. STATE ELECTIONS IN AMERICA.

    Mr. Brown has beenelected Governor of Maryland by a majority of 10,000 votes, and Mr. Flower Governor of New York State by a majority of ...

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  57. RIFLE MATCH.

    On Saturday, 31st ult., a matoh took place at Fingal for a number of prizes, consisting of pigs and poultry, given by Messrs. F. Williams, T. J. A. Fitzgeiald, and J. ...

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  58. AMERICAN BREADSTUFFS.

    The American visible supply of breadstuff's is 49,000,000 bushels, as com pared with 46,700,000 on the 29th ult. ...

    Article : 22 words
  59. Advertising

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    Advertising : 225 words
  60. OBITUARY.

    The death it announced of Mr. George H. B[?], the Conservative member for East Dorsot, aged 46. He was a magistrate for the county, and ...

    Article : 44 words
  61. [From Melbourne papers.]

    The latest advices received here from Valparaiso state that the excitement which has been more or less manifest in that city since the late war, and ...

    Article : 343 words
  62. QUEENSLAND.

    The Mount Morgan Co.'s dividend for October amounted to £25,000, free of dividend tax. A young man named Alfred Akroyd was ...

    Article : 548 words
  63. SILVER.

    Bullion silver is to-day quoted at 3s. 7½d. per oz. ...

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  64. RAILWAY DISASTER IN INDIA.

    A train has been derailed at Nagpur, Central India, anduve British soldiers and five railway officials killed, and 34 others injured. ...

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  65. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS.

    Mr. Williams is shipping rails[?] Adelaide per steamer Britannia in advance of the land grant scheme for the purpose of constructing a railway ...

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