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  2. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS

    James Porterfield died in the Ballarat Benevolent Asylum this morning, aged 93. Be arrived in Tasmania In 1817 when 5 years of age. ...

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  3. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The European Powers approve of the election of M Casimir-Perieras President of the French Republic, and the election also meets with general ...

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  4. AN INTERESTING MASONIC CEREMONY.

    A Masonic ceremony of unusual interest took place yesterday, when the Tasmanian Union Lodge celebrated its jubilee. The history of this lodge is, to all intents and ...

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  5. DANGERS[?]

    A FLAGMAN upon the Railway [?] the express rushed on and [?] re [?] lives were lost. A NURSE GIRL neglected the child in the ...

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  6. THE MERCURY.

    Holy Trinity Sunday-school foundation stone laying this afternoon at 3. Dr. Smart says the Hobart Hospital is not overcrowded. ...

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  7. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Mr. Chas. Chohneley Dowling, an old Australian colonist, a member of the Royal Colonial Institute, and of the Conservative Clib. ...

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  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr H. Y. Sparks has been appointed manager of the South Australian Company in succession to Mr. W. J. Brind, who has retired on account of failing health Mr. ...

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  9. M. CARNOTS OBSEQUIES.

    M. Carnot's coffin, in which his body now lies awaiting interment on Sunday next, has proved too narrow, and today it suddenly burst with a noise ...

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  10. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    The Volunteer directors brought with them to-day the trophies promised by them to the Lefroy detachment of the Tama[?] Rifle Company, consisting of a sillver tea ...

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  11. THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT CARNOT.

    It is stated, and apparently on good foundation, that the murder of President Carnot was planned by Anarchists in London on the day of Vaillant's ...

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  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The appeal of Cummins, convicted with Lee for the Barraba Bank manager murder, came before the Full Court to-day, and was at once withdrawn, prisoners' counsel ...

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  13. AMERICAN INCOME TAX.

    The United States Senate has passed the Income Tax Bill through all stages. ...

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  14. SPORTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 270 words
  15. ARREST OF ANARCHISTS.

    At Montpelier, in the South of France, the police, who have been actively following up every clue to Anarchical confederacies since the death ...

    Article : 121 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,491 words
  17. ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE.

    At the Colonial Institute annual conversazione there was a very large attendance. Among the guests were Lords Rosebery, Ripon, Lansdowne, ...

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  18. QUEENSLAND.

    At a meeting of shearers and rouseabouts at Blackwall yesterday it was decided by 75 votes to 19 not to strike. Reports from other shearing districts state ...

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  19. COREAN COMPLICATIONS.

    The Daily Chronicle publishes a telegram from Shanghai, stating that it is believed there that war between China and Japan is imminent. ...

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  20. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A cable message published a few days ago announced that the police on the other side of the world in prosecuting inquiries in conneotion with the alleged forgery of 25,000 ...

    Article : 182 words
  21. RAILWAY STRIKE IN AMERICA.

    Acting in sympathy with the Pullman car strikers the Railway Unionists are now keeping idle eleven railways between Chicago and the West, and all ...

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  22. THE ITALIAN EXODUS.

    The flight of Italians from France continues, none of them having any further chance of employment either in cities or country, the voice and hands ...

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  23. GRETA COLLIERY COMPANY.

    At a meeting of shareholders in the Greta Colliery Co., New South Wales, a resolution has been carried in favour of voluntarily winding-up the company, ...

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  24. JUVENILE REGICIDES.

    Two Czech boys have been sentenced to twelve years' imprisonment at Prague for waiting about the palace hoping to have opportunity to stab the ...

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  25. THE FRUIT DRYING BUSINESS.

    Mr. H. Duflow, of the Victorian dried fruit firm of Osborn, Duflow, & Co., arrived in Tasmania a day or two ago in connection with the proposal of the firm to take ...

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  26. V.K.C.

    Tim Swiveiler, Conranto, and Shandon have been scratched for the V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle Race. ...

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  27. THE DUCHESS OF YORK.

    It has transpired that the Duchess of York was terribly exhausted after the recent birth of her son, and for a time her life was in danger, but she ...

    Article : 81 words
  28. WEST AUSTRALIAN LAND COMPANY.

    The West Australian Land Company will not pay the July interest on debentures. ...

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  29. [From Melbourne Papers.] VICTORIA.

    The office of Mr. Henry Foster, M. L. A., was the scene of an eager and excited crowd this morning owing to ocular demonstration being given of the success which has ...

    Article : 580 words
  30. GIRLS OF THE RIGHT SORT.

    "My daughter, unless you can work the ship off the coast, she will soon strike the rocks, and we shall all be lost." So said the captain of a fine merchant ...

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  31. A SOP TO CERBERUS.

    Sir W. V. Harcourt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, as a sop to the labour party in the House of Commons, has stated that he will proceed with the Eight ...

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  32. LYRICAL.

    Madame Melba and Madame Frances Saville will take part in a State concert to be given on the 9th proximo by Royal command. ...

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  33. CURRENT CABLES.

    News has been received that Jahez Balfour, late M.P. for Burnley, who is charged with swindling in connection with the Liberator Building Society, ...

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  34. HOBART ELECTRIC TRAMWAY COMPANY.

    The Board of Management of the Hobart Electric Tramsvay Company propose to create perpetual stock to replace present debentures, thus ...

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  35. THE MARKETS.

    Best Now Zealand mutton and Queensland hindquarters of beef unchanged. Queensland forequarters have declined ¼d. per 1b. Other meats have ...

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  36. GERMANY.

    The Emperor William has cabled a message to Madame Carnot, condoling with her in connection with the death of her husband. His Imperial Majesty ...

    Article : 78 words
  37. ITALY.

    His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII., was dreadfully shocked by the intelligence of the fearful event at Lyons. His Holiness has celebrated a mass ...

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  38. LATEST CABLES.

    The Conference of colonial delegates was opened to-day in the Senate-hall at Ottawa, the capital of the dominion of Canada, and the occasion was marked ...

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  39. RELIGIOUS SERVICES.

    The following services are announced for to-morrow:— Holy Trinity Church.—Communion, 7.30 a.m.; 11 a.m., the Rev. Canon Carter; 3 ...

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  40. A SEVERE COLD

    Mr. William Harding writes from "Ohinetahi," Paddington, Sydney, under date of May 9, 1894:—"Having accidentally discovered the efficacy of St. Jacob's Oil under ...

    Article : 305 words
  41. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    All arrangements in the way of erecting the gallows for the execution of the Barraba murderers are being made at Tamworth Gaol. ...

    Article : 363 words
  42. ELEGANT AND ACCURATE.

    Handsome, Inexpensive, and Durable. Efficiency and Economy Exemplified. ...

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  43. THE NEW WATERBURY WATCHES WIND IN FIVE SECONDS.

    Designa to Suit all Agea and Tastes. UNIMPRAC[?]BLE TESTIMONY.—The "London Medical Record" says:— "'Benger's Food' for infants, children, and Invalids is retained when ...

    Article : 86 words
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