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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,562 words
  3. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The ship British Commodore, 1,390 tons, owned by James C. Ellis, and which left Frederickstadt for Sydney on October 31 last, has been reinsured ...

    Article : 63 words
  4. THE MERCURY.

    Havfruen cargo question still on the tapis. Marine Board making further inquiries. Nominations for Colebrook Racing Club appear in this issue. ...

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  5. LATEST CABLES

    In the Chamber of Deputies, M. Huddard, a Radical deputy, moved an urgency vote, with a view of stamping M. Freycinet's bill as a direct attack ...

    Article : 97 words
  6. Intercolonial Telegrams.

    The weather is very hot in various parts of the colony. The temperature in Melbourne yesterday was 93deg. in the shade, at Bendigo 105deg., the sparrows dropping ...

    Article : 87 words
  7. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Mr. T. L. Devitt, the chairman of the Council of the Shipping Federation of the United Kingdom, was welcomed to-day by the members of the Steamship-owners' ...

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  8. OBITUARY

    The death is announced of Commodore George Campbell (?) ...

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  9. PACIFIC ISLANDS SYNDICATE.

    If the colonial Governments assist by means of money or bonds the Pacific syndicate now being formed it is considered that such action will afford ...

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  10. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Land Co. of Australasia, which was formed over six years ago, suspended payment yesterday, owing to the continual withdrawals of deposits since September ...

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  11. AGENT-GENERALSHIP OF WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Sir William Robinson has not yet accepted the Agent-Generalship for West Australia. ...

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  12. A HUSBAND'S JUST REVENGE

    Mr. Decon, an American gentleman, finding a young French attache in his wife's bedroom at Nice, shot him dead ...

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  13. LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR IRELAND.

    The Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, has introduced in the House of Commons a Local Government Bill for Ireland by which ...

    Article : 241 words
  14. AQUATICS.

    Hanlan and O'Connor will contest a double sculling match with Teemer and Hosmer for £200 in June in American waters. ...

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  15. RUSSIA.

    A syndicate of Moscow merchants have determined to construct the Samarcand railway so as to secure the Central Asian trade ...

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  16. TERRIBLE SMALL-POX MORTALITY.

    Four hundred children have died from small-pox in 10 days at Salvator, South America. ...

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  17. LEGAL.

    The Court of Appeal has reserved the decision awarding Hansard £20,000 assets from the Hansard Unions. Murietta and Co's. assets have been ...

    Article : 26 words
  18. GREECE.

    A serious religious outbreak has occurred at Piræus, where a party of fanatics belonging to the Greek Church proceeded to the Protestant Church ...

    Article : 85 words
  19. CURRENT CABLES.

    It is estimated that there will be labour candidates brought forward to contest the representation of 16 divisions in the House of Commons at the ...

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  20. LORD SHEFFIELD'S TEAM V. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The return match between Lord Sheffield's team and New South Wales was commenced to-day. The weather was splendid, and the ...

    Article : 263 words
  21. UNITED STATES.

    Since the establishment of the railway "ring" in the United States for the purpose of securing the control of the eastern coal traffic, the ostensible ...

    Article : 75 words
  22. JAPAN.

    The Japanese Government has assigned £100,000 to be expended on a Japanese Court at the Chicago Exhibition. ...

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  23. COLONIAL BUTTER.

    Consignees of colonial butter complain that parcels shipped as first quality are really only seconds, and there is a great scarcity of choice ...

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  24. ABYSSINIA.

    Tribal wars have broken out in Abyssinia and in the Soudan, and it is feared that these may prove the pre cursors of a general rising ...

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  25. EVANGELINE.

    The visit to Hobart of the popular composer, Mr. Edward E. Rice, and his famous burlesque company will be quite an interesting event, and the season, which commences ...

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  26. ITALY.

    Mount Vesuvius, which hasbeen frequently in violent eruption since July last, is again active, and constant streams of lava are being omitted from ...

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  27. INDIA.

    The serious famine which has for some time psst been experienced in the Madras Presidency shows no signs of abatement, and the greatest distress, ...

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  28. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Richard Lockyer, keeper of a lodging-house and the Jockey Hotel, got out of bed and fell from a balcony into a yard a height of 17ft. He died shortly after admission to ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNOR.

    Lord Glasgow, the newly-appointed Governor of New Zealand, sails with his family and suite in the s.s. Austral. ...

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  30. MOROCCO.

    The French are extending their authority throughout Morocco, and have taken possession of several caravans proceeding through the oasis of ...

    Article : 34 words
  31. QUEENSLAND.

    A Thursday Island telegram states that Lieut Tunbridge and 18 men of the Queensland Permanent Force arrived yesterday to do work in connection with placing the five ...

    Article : 60 words
  32. BREADSTUFFS.

    The American visible supply of wheat and flour is 64,800,000 bushels, as compared with 66,300,000 bushels on the 10th inst. ...

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  33. THE MAILS.

    The Orient Steam Navigation Co.'s R M.S. Ormuz left Plymouth on Saturday last for Australian ports. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam ...

    Article : 164 words
  34. UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

    Mr. Secretary Blaine's refusal to negotiate terms of commercial treaty with Canadian representatives in tariff regulations between the United States and ...

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  35. NEW ZEALAND.

    In connection with the wedding poisoning case at Paihait[?]a, near Wellington, the Government offer a reward of £250 for conviction of the murderer. ...

    Article : 82 words
  36. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In consequence of the new extradition treaties entered into by the Home Government, the Ministry will be interrogated on the meeting of Parliament as to whether ...

    Article : 175 words
  37. ROYAL NAVY INQUIRY.

    The commission appointed to inquire into alleged defects in the construction of steam engines and boilers in vessels recently added to ...

    Article : 77 words
  38. WHAT PEOPLE SAY.

    Writes under date February 20, 1891:- "I write to let you know that I am a patron of your wonderful Clements Tonic; I have been a great sufferer, and have read of Mrs. ...

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  39. [From Melbourne papers.] VICTORIA.

    Mr. David Scott, baker, of Bridge-street, who decease at the age of 88 years has been announced, was a relative of Sir Walter Scott. Some time since this fact was ...

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  40. THE IRON TRADE.

    A syndicate in pig iron has decided to withdraw from buying at present and in view of this arrangement 16,000 tons changed hands to-day. ...

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  41. BREAKING THE RULE.

    Mr. Thomas Lloyd, Lloyd's Repository, Pembroke-place, Liverpool, England, writes: "As a rule, I object to giving testimonials, or in any way endorsing proprietary ...

    Article : 373 words
  42. COLONIAL STOCKS.

    Bank of South Australian shares are quoted at £9. Victorian January 4 per cent., £100 10s.; New South Wales March [?]½ per ...

    Article : 49 words
  43. QUEENSLAND.

    The hearing of the law case Queensland Investment and Land Mortgage Company v. Grimley, Palmer, M'Ilwraith, and Others, which has been interrupted by the long ...

    Article : 141 words
  44. COURSING.

    The Waterloo coursing meet has been postponed until Saturday next. ...

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  45. HEMP MARKET.

    Six hundred bales of New Zealand hemp have been sold. Prices slightly easier. Fair to medium, £22 per ton. ...

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  46. VOYAGERS.

    Mr. Justice Cooper sails in the Jumna for Australia. Captain Chanda, who has accepted the position of Adjutant to the Queensland ...

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  47. MRS. LANGTRY.

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

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  48. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    Few cargoes of Australian wheat on passage. Sellers ask 40s. 9d., and buyers offer 39s. 9d. South Australian wheat, ex ...

    Article : 54 words
  49. TIN MARKET.

    Tin (Australian and Straits) is quoted at £89 10s. per ton cash. ...

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  50. GERMANY.

    The proposal initated by Count Caprivi in the German Reichstag for renewing the Act passed in 1872, under which the Jesuits were expelled from ...

    Article : 287 words
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