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  2. URIC ACID.

    A well-known professor connected with a leading medical college, in conversation, recently made the following wonderful ais rtioiis:— ...

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  3. ITALY.

    The political crisis in Italy caused through the Premier, Signor Giolitti, proferring his resignation owing to the vote of confidence which was proposed ...

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  4. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The Tasmanian apples, ex ss. Elderslie, though arriving in good condition, are proving very uneven and faulty, and are selling at 2s. 6d. to 12s. ...

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  5. THE MERCURY.

    Art Union of Edinburgh Hat closes to-day. T.R.R. parade this afternoon. Queenborough and Bellerive Town Boards elections to-day. ...

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  6. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Arrangements havE been made for securing the land required for the Blyth and Gladstone railway, and woik ia to be proceeded with as speedily as possible. ...

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  7. AFRICA.

    The directors of the British East Africa Co., whose agent in Uganda, Captain Lugard, has been accused by French Catholic missionaries on Lake ...

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  8. SILVER.

    The price of bullion silver has risen 11[?]d, per oz. the present quotation being 3s. 43/8d. Senator Sherman states that the ...

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  9. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    SIR,—Your issue of 18th inst to hand containing M. Henry Simpson's letter re the above, and with your permission I beg to assure him that in writing my first letter ...

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  10. NEW SOUTH WALES PREMIER.

    Mr. Dibbs, the Now South Wales Premier, arrives hore on the 8th. Owing to ill-health he comes round in the steamer, and not by the ...

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  11. VENEZUELA.

    Further successes by the insurgent troops under General Crospo, against the forces of President Pallacio, are announced. ...

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  12. PEARS' SOAP.

    Shares in Pears' Soap Co. (Limited) were all taken up on the first day of issue. The capital (£810,000, with £85,000 paid up) being suscribed ...

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  13. THE DERBY.

    Hugo, the winner of the Derby at Epsom, started at 40 to 1, and won the race by a, desperate struggle, heading La Fleche by three quarters of a ...

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  14. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government has decided to purchase Little Barrier Island as a reserve for the preservation of native birds which are becoming extinct. ...

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  15. CHINA.

    The arrivals of new crop teas at Foochow from the country districts amount to 125,050 original half-chests. The crop is generally unsatisfactory, ...

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  16. Advertising

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  17. HONOLULU REVOLT.

    Wilcox and 15 others have been arrested at Honolulu for having instigated a revolution. ...

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  18. AUDITING AND BOOK KEEPING.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 28th ult., another letter appears on the abovo subject from your correspondent Mr. James Stitt, which deserves some notice from those who ...

    Article : 215 words
  19. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Minister of Works (Mr. Lyne), who is on a visit to the Bogan district, speaking at Warren to-night, referred at length to the rabbit pest, water conservation, and ...

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  20. BEHRING STRAITS ARBITRATION.

    The Hon. Sir John S. David Thompson, the Canadian Minister of Justice, has been appointed one of the Behring Straits arbitrators. ...

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  21. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    The following is the result of the election for councillor in the place of Mr. Cameron, resigned:—Mr. C. W. Hayes, 167; Mr J. A. Hoyes, 133. ...

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  22. THE MAILS.

    The Messageries-Maritimes Co.'s mail steamer Australien arrived at Marseilles on the 30th ult. The R.M.S. Tara, belonging to the ...

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  23. DISASTROUS MINING CALAMITY.

    An outbreak of fire has occurred in the Berkensberg Silver Works near Prague, the capital of Bohemia, and fourteen of the men working there were ...

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  24. COUNTRY NEWS

    At the annual mcetiug of the Axemen's Association held at Ulverstone some time back, it was decided to hold the exhibition of skill this year at Ulverstone instead of ...

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  25. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS

    At the adjourned meeting of the Ballarat Ranking Co., held to-day, it was unanimously approved of tho directors making necessary arrangements for the Bank ...

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  26. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MINE.

    Shares in the Queen's Birthday United Gold-Mining Company, of Bendigo, Victoria, capital £130,000, hare been allotted. ...

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  27. SPARROWS.

    SIR.—Two years ago a club was formed in this district to try to abate the sparrow nuisance. The method adopted was paying so much per dozen for the eggs and ...

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  28. THE PREROGATIVE OF MERCY.

    The Minister of Justice returned to his office to-day after an absence fiom Sydney of nearly six weeks, mainly spent in New Zealand. While in that colony Mr. O'Connor ...

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  29. LATEST CABLES.

    The Durham coal mine owners, yielding to the pleading of the Bishop of Durham, the Right Rev. Brooke Foss Westcott, have consented to re-open ...

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  30. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The Czar of Russia and the Emperor William of Gorumny will meet at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, on the 7th instant. ...

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  31. THE UGANDA TROUBLE.

    The French Press continues to publish excited commonts on the reports of oppression towards Catholics in the Uganda territory, Africa, at the hands ...

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  32. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sir Henry Purkes has published a letter in the Press rcgardiug tho coloured labour question in opposition to its introduction into the colonies. He declares it a startling ...

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  33. MUTTON BIRDS IN THE FURNEAUX ISLANDS.

    SIR,—Your readers will remember that a few weeks ago a charge was brought against the half-castes of wanton destruction of mutton birds in an immature condition. ...

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  34. AVOCA.

    One of those intellectual treats which the people of Avoca so well know how to appreciate was placed before them on Saturday evening, entitled " An Evening's Pastime," ...

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  35. REDUCTION IN COPPER OUTPUT.

    The European and American producers of copper have agreed to restrict the output until prosent heavy stocks are disposed of and a botter price is ...

    Article : 39 words
  36. A SINGULAR WILL CASE.

    A will case, which sivours somewhat of romance, came before Mr. Justice Manning in the Probate Court to-day. The case has already been the subject of considerable ...

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  37. PUGILISM.

    Slavin, who has boen interviewed as to his losing the recent fight for the championship, declares that he very rauch under-rated Jackson, who, he ...

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  38. SHIPPING DISASTER.

    The schooner Gruce Lynn, 03 tons, owned by Messrs. Lynn and Salmon, of Newcastle, and trading between Sydney and Richmond River, went ashore at Ballina to day. She ...

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  39. EXPULSIONS FROM WARSAW.

    Many Gorman and Austrian residents in Warsaw have been suddenly expelled by the Russian authorities. ...

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  40. QUEENSLAND.

    The Dalgonally meat works at Normanton were started yesterday, and everything is working well. Two hundred head of cattle will be operated on daily, and next week ...

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  41. TASMAN PENINSULA.

    The annual meeting of the Tasman Peninsula Agricultural Society took place on Saturday last. There was a fair attendance of members. The secretary presented the ...

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  42. CURRENT CABLES.

    The Standard, commenting on General Booth's appeal for financial aid to carry out his pauper emigration scheme, criticises the letters in which ...

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  43. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Parliament will meet on Thursday next, and it is probable that the Opposition will lose no opportunity of challenging the Government on its administration. ...

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  44. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The stock returns for December 31 last showed tint sheep numbered upwards of half a million less than in the previous year. Of these some 400,000 represent the decrease ...

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  45. GRACEFUL CARRIAGE.

    Why so many deviate from a graceful carriage may be accounted for in as many ways, as there are misshapen beings. The spinal column is the mainstay of the body, ...

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  46. QUEENSLAND

    The cargo of rails to be taken by the steamer Poherua is not for the New Zealand Government, as was at first stated, but for the Ocehunga Foundry Co. They are 401b. ...

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  47. [From Melbourne papers.) VICTORIA.

    Mr. Angus Maokay, one of the proprietors of the Bendigo Advertiser, has written from Colombo to that journal stating that five gentlemen from India had been sent to ...

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  48. SECOND READING PASSED.

    The Irish Education Bill, which has passed its second reading in the House of Commons, provides for compulsory attendance, the abolition of school fees ...

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  49. BY KIND PERMISSION FROM SIR LAMBERT DOBSON.

    I have had occasion to purchase from Messrs. Carter and Werner both Pince-ne[?] and Spectacles; and I have every reason to be satisfied with their skill as Opticians and ...

    Article : 73 words
  50. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The meeting of the Czar and the Emperor, to take place at Kiel, is considered to be a strongly pacific indication; and it is stated that the Russian ...

    Article : 49 words
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