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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,386 words
  3. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—I wish to accord a strong protest against the legal managers of mining companies calling the shareholders' meetings at such an inconvenient time as 4 o'clock in ...

    Article : 265 words
  4. THE ROWING RACES.

    A[?]atear [?]cullers, winners of first prises in Tasmania or [?]lsewhere excluded. Prizes, trophies. First prize, £5; second. £2. Derwent... (F. McDonald, D.R.C.) 1 ...

    Article : 673 words
  5. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    Speaking at luncheon at the annual felt of the A.N.A. to day, the Hon. Jas, Munro said he wits perhaps more disappointed than anybody at the resultof legislation on the ...

    Article : 127 words
  6. THE CHILI DIFFICULTY.

    The Washington, ultimatum does not touch upon or refer to the Baltimore incident in any way, but simply to the defence of Mr. Egan, the United States ...

    Article : 710 words
  7. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.—COPYRIGHT.

    To-day was ob[?]erved in Melbourne and throughout the colony as a national holiday. The weather was propitious, and the various sports well attended. ...

    Article : 36 words
  8. THE HOLIDAY.

    By a general consensus of opinion January 26 has been fixed upon as the day for celebrating the anniversary of the foundation of Australia, and throughout the whole of ...

    Article : 206 words
  9. QUEENSLAND.

    Serious floods are reported in Townsville, where 48 hours rain, ending at 9 e[?]ock yesterday morning, fell. The total fall regist red was 24in. and 10 points. ...

    Article : 116 words
  10. LAUNCESTON.

    The police yesterday arrested a man named George Watson alias Hogarth, a late arrival from Hobart, on a charge of swindling. The modus operandi was to offer what appeared ...

    Article : 125 words
  11. GODKIN'S S.M. CO.

    SIR,—Will you kindly allow me spice to say a few words on the present and future prospeets of the mine, as I have paid frequent visits to the locality of the ...

    Article : 716 words
  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Sir Samuel Griffith has been entertained at the School of Mines, and left for Melbourne duriug the afternoon. David Lindsay, the explorer, who left ...

    Article : 156 words
  13. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]

    There was a splendid attendance at the Exhibition to-night, nearly 4,000 being pres[?]nt. The chief attraction was a display of fireworks and the presentation of the prizes ...

    Article : 81 words
  14. HOBART REGATTA.

    Patron, His Exc[?]lle[?]cy the Governor (Sir R. G. C. Hamilton, K.C.B.); President, Hon. P. O. Fysh, M.L.C.; Hon. Secretary, Mr. C. E. Featherstone; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. J. H. ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  15. MINING.

    Yesterday being a public holiday in Hobart, the Stock Exchange was closed. A call of 3d. per share in the New Pyramid S.M. Co. is notified. ...

    Article : 141 words
  16. GENERAL BOOTH.

    General Booth is to have a tremendous reception on his return. Ten steamers have been engaged to convey 4,000 Boothites to meet him, and on the ...

    Article : 44 words
  17. LAUNCESTON.

    Anniversary day was a typical Tasmanian summer holiday, and nearly everyone seemed on pleasure bent this morning There were the Chudleigh races, excursions to ...

    Article : 1,168 words
  18. PORTUGAL AND HER COLONIES.

    The Portuguese Minister of Marine declares that the Government have decided to maintain the integrity of the Portuguese colonies. ...

    Article : 24 words
  19. SPORTING.

    To day, at 4 p.m., general entries close for the Bummer meet of the Tasmanian Racing Club. The events to engage the attention of owners are: Trial Stakes, 1 ...

    Article : 118 words
  20. ANOTHER JAPANESE CRUISER.

    The Japanese Government have ordered a 24 knot cruiser from Sir William Armstrong's Elswick yards. ...

    Article : 18 words
  21. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    New Eldorado, January 25.—No change since last report. I wired you we should have to drive through to face of hill in consequence of bad air. This has retarded ...

    Article : 855 words
  22. WHOLESALE MURDERS.

    A farmer has been arrested at Berlin on several charges of murder. The bodies of 15 of his victims have been found in his house. ...

    Article : 31 words
  23. CHUDLEIGH RACES.

    The Chudleigh Racing Club held their second annual meeting to day. There was a fair attendance; the fields were good; and everything passed off pleasantly. The ...

    Article : 235 words
  24. SAILING RACES.

    Considerable interest was minifested in the sailing races, which were contested without any bad accident occurring. Last year there waa a falling off in the Passage ...

    Article : 1,297 words
  25. SLAVIN V. SULLIVAN.

    Two citizens of St. Louis, U.S.A., oner a good sum of money to bind a match between Slavin and Sullivan. ...

    Article : 24 words
  26. A STEAMER ASHORE.

    The steamship Aberdeen, belonging to the Thompson or White Star line, a vessel of 2,371 tons, which left Sydney for London via Melbourne on December ...

    Article : 47 words
  27. THE INFLUENZA.

    Influenza has been very bad at Oxford, and has raised the de[?] rate there to 59 per thousand. ...

    Article : 22 words
  28. CRICKET.

    This match continued to-day was not finished, the English [?] am having to leave for Sydney; therefore the game ended in a draw. ...

    Article : 66 words
  29. INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS.

    On Thursday, January 21, the Beefacres Estais was submitted for sale under the hammer by Messrs. Elder, Smith, and Co., at their saleroom, Currie-street. Over a ...

    Article : 295 words
  30. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    The Victorians concluded their first inningsto-day for 3 70 runs. Walters,who was no[?] out on the previous day with 101 runs, was bowled by Doonan when his score ...

    Article : 181 words
  31. SYDNEY TURF CLUB.

    The anniversary meeting to-day was well attended, splendid weather being had. Results:— HURDLE RACE. ...

    Article : 165 words
  32. QUEENSLAND.

    A message from Cook town states that the coal bore at the 42-mile is now down 195ft. 7in., and in splendid sandstone. At 179ft. 2in. they cut a seam of coal. The first 6in. ...

    Article : 320 words
  33. AFTER NINETEEN YEARS.

    To the Editor of The World, New York, N.Y Dear Sir,—The case of Mrs. John Gemmill presents a striking example of suffering and marvellous cure. She has lived in and ...

    Article : 78 words
  34. WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB.

    The races held to-day at Williamstown were well attended, fine weather prevailing. ResultS:— HURBLE RACE, ...

    Article : 294 words
  35. ZEEHAN NOTES.

    On Silver Queen Block 1639, a chamber having been cut in the side of the adit, a start has been made to sink on the lode. In excavating the chamber 6 tons of payable ore ...

    Article : 186 words
  36. THE CURE.

    During these long 19 years of suffering she found no relief from the numerous remedies she had tried. In 1885 her daughter read the advertisement of St. Jacobs oil, and she ...

    Article : 163 words
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