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  2. LAUNCESTON.

    At the Police Court this morning an inebriate, who had thrice offended within 90 days, was fined 25s., in dcfault 14 days. George Wilson, on a charge of housebreaking ...

    Article : 431 words
  3. THAT WEARY FEELING.

    How common it is to meet persons who complain of being tired, languid, who are suffering from debility, or from loss of energy and strength, more especially during ...

    Article : 228 words
  4. THE WINDSOR AND RAINHILL TRAGEDIES.

    Melbourne papers publish the latest details concerning the condemned man Deeming. It is stated that in his autobiography, which is now in the hands of Mr. ...

    Article : 673 words
  5. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    A terrible calamity has occurred at Buenos Ayres. A large building used as a skating rink suddenly collapsed, burying a crowd of people who were ...

    Article : 71 words
  6. THE MERCURY.

    Meeting Riawena Tennis Club this afternoon. Stands and booths at Elwick for the T.R.C. Autumn meet will be sold by auction on ...

    Article : 6,366 words
  7. HEMP MARKET.

    The market for hemp is flat, fair medium Wellington selling at £19 15s. per ton. ...

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  8. SOUTH AMERICA.

    Affairs in the Argentine Republic appear to have become more settled. The price of Argentine stock is steadily improving on the London market. ...

    Article : 61 words
  9. THE ANARCHISTS.

    Small quantities of dynamite cartridges are being constantly discovered at Liege, evidently hidden by Anarchists for use when opportunity serves. ...

    Article : 47 words
  10. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,407 words
  11. CANADA.

    The Government of the Dominion of Canada has resolved upon an extensive policy of retrenchment in the public service. ...

    Article : 57 words
  12. GENERAL BOOTH'S COLONISTS.

    General Booth is treating with Shaw Savill and Co. and the New Zealand Shipping Co. to convey colonists to New Zealand, instead of sending them ...

    Article : 32 words
  13. SILVER.

    The price of silver bullion has risen one-eighth, the present quotation being 3s. 3[?]d. per ounce. ...

    Article : 22 words
  14. SPAIN.

    The soldier Alsina, who on Good Friday attacked, and severely wounded, with a sabre, the officiating priest in a church at Anglesola, in Spain, and ...

    Article : 57 words
  15. THE MONEY MARKET.

    The rate for three months' bills is three-quarters per cent. higher. The cheapness of money continues, and the stock markets are very ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]

    The following cases will be heard at the Small Debts Court next Wednesday:— Archer v. National Bank, wrongfully dis honoured cheque over £98, and Hector ...

    Article : 145 words
  17. THE MAILS.

    The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co.'s Va'etta, from Melbourne March 26, arrived at Plymouth on the morning of the 9th inst. ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. WELL-MERITED PUNISHMENT.

    The Hon. Patrick E.J. Greville Nugent, who was committed for trial on a charge of assaulting Miss Marian Price in a railway carriage on the London ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. A STRANGE BEQUEST.

    The extraordinary calmness and deliberation which characterises most of the prisoner's acts are not absent from the decision at which he has arrived, that in the interests of ...

    Article : 219 words
  20. AUSTRALIAN GRAPES.

    The boxes of Victorian grapes shipped by the R.M.S. Valetta from Rutherglen have arrived in good condition They were well packed and sound when ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS

    This morning the Commissioner of Police received a telegram from Inspector Sturt, stationed at Charleville, to the effect that it has just been reported to him that on ...

    Article : 281 words
  22. IS DEAFNESS INCURABLE?

    J. H. NICH[?]SON, of 175, William-street, Melb[?], has proved otherwise by making a complete cure of DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD OF ...

    Article : 74 words
  23. THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE.

    Owing to the death of the Duke of Clarence and Avondale, the formal opening of the Imperial Institute by the Queen has been postponed until ...

    Article : 48 words
  24. DEEMING'S PERSONAL EFFECTS.

    The following communications from Deeming were yesterday received by Mr. Marshall Lyle:- "H.M. Goal. Melbourne, May 9, 1892. ...

    Article : 1,565 words
  25. ADELINA PATTI.

    Mdme. Adelina Patti writes:—"I have found Pears' Soap matchless for the hands and complexion." (Signed) ADELINA PATTI. PEARS' SOAP—Pure! Fragrant! ...

    Article : 133 words
  26. ELECTORAL.

    The polling for the North Hackney seat in the House of Commons, rendered vacant by the death of Lieut.-General Sir Lewis Pelly, resulted in the return ...

    Article : 66 words
  27. MR. LYLE COMPLAINS TO THE SHERIFF.

    Mr. Lyle yesterday addressed a letter of complaint to the Sheriff, in which he points out that the publication by the Revs. Messrs. Scott and Whitton of "confessions" by the ...

    Article : 78 words
  28. DIVORCE IN ENGLAND.

    The Age publishes the following cable:- Judgment was given to-day, 11th inst. in the appeal against the decision ...

    Article : 428 words
  29. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    SIR,—It has caused me some surprise that, so far, none of the promoters or supporters of the projected Hobart Exhibition of 1894 have cast an appreciative glance at ...

    Article : 365 words
  30. BREADSTUFFS.

    The wheat market shows a decline of 6d. for the week. South Australian wheat, ex warehouse, is now quoted at 39s. per 4961b.; Victorian, at 38s. 6d.; ...

    Article : 51 words
  31. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 414 words
  32. TIN.

    Tin quotations are higher. Australian and Straits is now worth £95 5s. for cash. ...

    Article : 15 words
  33. LATEST CABLES.

    Sir Henry Loch expresses opinion that the athletic portion of the proposed PanBritannic contests will be calculated to draw closer the English-speaking races ...

    Article : 48 words
  34. WYNYARD, TASMANIA.

    SIR.—With reapect to glases you send me, they could not be better. They suit me splendidly. For focus and clearness I have never looked through such a pair of glasses. ...

    Article : 88 words
  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Railway Commissioners have received information that the Miogury water supply, on which Broken Hill has been depending, has given out. This will necessitate the ...

    Article : 124 words
  36. VENGEANCE AGAINST DYNAMITERS.

    It is reported that a Vendetta Committee has been formed in Paris to take vengeance on individual dynamiters. ...

    Article : 34 words
  37. SPORTING.

    A synopsis of the programme of events to be decided at the Queen's Birthday meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club is published. Announcement is also made of the meeting ...

    Article : 157 words
  38. NEW ZEALAND FINANCE.

    The Trust Agency of Australasia has withdrawn £140,000 invested in New Zealand, owing to the threat of the Ministry to increase the income tax. ...

    Article : 33 words
  39. NEW ZEALAND.

    The objection raised by the K[?]uri Timber Co. against the assessment made on their property under the new land tax system has been disallowed by the Board of ...

    Article : 37 words
  40. WHAT PEOPLE SAY.

    "Truth is stranger than Fiction," so people say, but such truth as we received from T. Cl[?]nnon, Esq., Photographer, Nowra, N.S.W., is only a sample of what comes to ...

    Article : 363 words
  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 : 325 words
  42. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The Czar of Russia has arranged to pay a visit shortly to the German Emperor. ...

    Article : 22 words
  43. A BACCARAT SCANDAL.

    Owing to a dispute at a baccarat club in Paris, a French baron grossly insulted ex King Milan, of Servia, who sent him a challenge, whereupon the ...

    Article : 39 words
  44. LAUNCESTON RACES.

    The train service for Launceston races on the 18th inst. is advertised. Return tickets at single fares will be issued to Launceston from all stations, and on the Main Line ...

    Article : 53 words
  45. CHINA.

    Sensational banking frauds have been discovered in China. A trusted officer of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank is alleged to have embezzled a ...

    Article : 53 words
  46. THE SILVER CONFERENCE.

    France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and Belgium have agreed to join with England and the United States and attend the proposed Conference on the ...

    Article : 31 words
  47. FOOTBALL.

    FITZROY V. BELLERIVE —The following will represent Fitzroy in their match against Bellerive this afternoon:—R. H. Reeves (capt.), A. Abbott, Underwood, Mocre, ...

    Article : 78 words
  48. UNITED STATES.

    The United States Congress recently passed a resolution permitting the steamers of the Inman line to fly the American flag on condition that all ...

    Article : 318 words
  49. LIBERALS AND WORKING MEN.

    Lord Rosebery expresses opinion that unless the Liberals institute experimental legislation in favour of the working men they will speedily find ...

    Article : 35 words
  50. UNIVERSITY HONOUR.

    Baron Mueller, of New Zealand, has been created a Doctor of Laws by the MacGill University, Montreal. ...

    Article : 21 words
  51. VICTORIAN MATCHES.

    The following are the Victorian fixtur[?] for this afternoon:—Carlton v. Richmond, at Richmond; Fitzroy v. Port Melbourne, at Port Melbourne; South Melbourne v. ...

    Article : 101 words
  52. CURRENT CABLES.

    There are 11 candidates for the post of professor of law at the University of Melbourne, vacant by the resignation of Professor Jenks. The selection has ...

    Article : 616 words
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