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  2. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The remnant of Gordon Pasha's and Colonel Baker's officers who were at Khartoum and afterwards with Emin Pasha have returned to Fgypt. They ...

    Article : 80 words
  3. SHIPPING

    Walhora, s.s., 2,003 tons, John Anderson, from Melbourne. Passengers—Saloon: Mesdames Lewis, Hartmann, Weaver; Messrs, J. M. Coote, Abel, Cassery. Chesholm (2), W. ...

    Article : 161 words
  4. SAILED.—June 16.

    Waihora, s s., 2,003 tons. John Anderson, for New Zealand. Passengers —Saloon: Messrs. Wright and Barries; Rev. Rubins: Mr. and Mrs. White; and 5 in tho steerage. Agents— ...

    Article : 37 words
  5. AN AUDACIOUS ROBBERY.

    A bank messenger while walking along one of the streets in the city in daylight was robbed of £3,000, which he was conveying to a bank. ...

    Article : 29 words
  6. IMPORTS.—June 16.

    [A special charge is made to consignees wishing to particularise their imports or exports. Waihora, s.s., from Melbourne—30 css stout, 100 bxs candles, 25 css currants, 100 css kerosene, ...

    Article : 151 words
  7. MAIL TABLE.

    Frisco and Torres Straits, 25th inst. OUTWARDS. P. and O. and German line, to-morrow. THIS DAY. ...

    Article : 52 words
  8. THE MYSTERIOUS POISONING CASES.

    The police have discovered a great many cases of poisoning young girls on the part of Thomas Neill, an American, who was arrested last week on ...

    Article : 73 words
  9. COMMERCIAL.

    The following sales were effected at the slaughter yards yesterday by Roberts and Co.:—5 cattle, from £5 10s. to £8; 162 sheep, from 11s to 22s 3d; 20 lambs, 13a; 6 pigs, ...

    Article : 351 words
  10. EXPORTS.—June 16.

    Waihora, s.s., for New Zealand—1,120 css and 5 hf. css fruit, 30 prs shafts, 313 pes timber, 1 cs leather, 1,062 bgs bark. Oonah, s.s., Captain W. J. Featherstone, ...

    Article : 837 words
  11. THE FRUIT TRADE.

    Owing to cherries and strawberries, now in season in England, entering into competition with the Tasmanian apples, the shipment by the R.M.S. ...

    Article : 35 words
  12. TASMANIAN AGENT-GENERAL.

    Sir E. N. C. Braddon, tho AgentGeneral for Tasmania, will attend the Railway Conference which is to be held at St. Petersburg shortly. ...

    Article : 27 words
  13. BREADSTUFFS.

    The visible supply of American breadstuffs is 36,200,000 bushels, as compared with 37,800,000 bushels on the 7th inst. ...

    Article : 19 words
  14. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,056 words
  15. SILVER.

    The quotation for silver to-day is 3s. 5d., being an advance of [?]d. per oz. ...

    Article : 17 words
  16. TIN.

    The quotation for Australian and Straits tin continues to rise, the rate to-day being £103 5s., being 15s. per ton higher than yesterday. ...

    Article : 25 words
  17. WOOL.

    At the wool sales to-day competition was brisk. Sydney and Port Phillip greasies were keenly competed for, and prices were very firm. All the best ...

    Article : 45 words
  18. CABLE INTERRUPTION,

    We received the following memos from the Telegraph Department list evening:— —Communication—with—cable—station—is interrupted beyond Launceston caused by ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. IRISH EDUCATION BILL.

    Owing to a compromise having been effected with Mr. T. Sexton, M. P. for Belfast West, the Government has been enabled to secure the passage of the ...

    Article : 39 words
  20. NEW SOUTH WALES PREMIER.

    Mr. G. R. Dibbs (Premier of New South Wales) met to-day Mr. Edgar Lubbock, one of the directors of the Bank of England, and a number of ...

    Article : 193 words
  21. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The ordinary weekly meeting of the Executive Committee of the Benevolent Society was held last evening, there being present the Rov. J. W. Simmons (in the ...

    Article : 409 words
  22. A ROUGH PASSAGE.

    Aftor a rough passage of 31 days from Dunedin, the barque Pactole reached Port Jackson on the 13th last. Captain Peterson reports:— Left Dunedin on May 13. A South-south-west ...

    Article : 277 words
  23. LAUNCESTON.

    Coogee, s.s., 1,000 tons, F. Carrington, from Melbourne. Passengers—Saloon: Mr. and Mrs. J. Branwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Brion. Mr. and Mrs. Pridgeon and child; Mesdames ...

    Article : 159 words
  24. CURRENT CABLES.

    The seamen belonging to the northern ports of England, after a brief resistance, have accepted the proposal for a reduction of wages. ...

    Article : 151 words
  25. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    Our Fortnightly Summary of News for Home Readers will be published on SATURDAY MORNING. ...

    Article : 20 words
  26. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Victim."—We shall be glad to receive the contributions which you propose. ...

    Article : 15 words
  27. INTERCOLONIAL SHIPPING.

    ARRIVED.—Melbourne, June 14—Collingwood, from London. Sydney, June 13—Dumfrieshire, from Sharpness; Pactole, from Dunedin. June 14—Warora, from Calcutta. Adelaide, June 13 ...

    Article : 160 words
  28. THE MERCURY.

    Tea meeting at Sorell this evening in aid of the local Presbyterian Church. The final competition for the Clarke Trophy (Hobart Rifle Club) will be held to-morrow. ...

    Article : 6,567 words
  29. THE SURGEON OF JALISCO.

    "Being a professor in medicine and surgery, writes Dr. Manuel S. Izaguierre, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, "I have obtained the best effects from St. Jacobs' oil ...

    Article : 72 words
  30. FRANCE.

    The French Press publishes some later despatches from the Roman Catholic priests at Uganda concerning the recent conflict. ...

    Article : 113 words
  31. "ONLY ONE."

    We have much pleasure in giving publicity to the following letter from the Messrs. Thompson Bros., of Cordillera, N.S.W. which speaks for itself: "It gives us great ...

    Article : 160 words
  32. WIND AND WEATHER REPORT.

    The above is the reading of the Barometer at 10 p.m. yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 16 words
  33. BOHEMIA.

    A searching inquiry has been made with a view to discovering the cause of the disastrous fire which took place in a silver mine at Prazibrann, by which ...

    Article : 106 words
  34. THURSDAY, JUNE 16.

    SOUTHPORT, 3 p.m.—Bar. 29·4. Ther. 59. Wind, N. E., light; weather, overcast. MOUNT NELSON, 3 p.m.—Wind, N., light; weather, dull, overcast. ...

    Article : 241 words
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