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  2. GOD'S IMMEASURABLE LOVE.

    "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life"—John ill., 16. ...

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  4. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LATEST CABLES.

    Delegates attending the Miners' Congress have largely favoured the fixing, by law, of a minimum wage. The South Wales and National Union were ...

    Article : 68 words
  5. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE LATE LADY SHENTON.

    Her Majesty, on being apprised of the death of Lady Shenton shortly after arrival in London from Western Australia, was deeply moved, and has ...

    Article : 67 words
  6. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS BY SUBMARINE CABLE—COPYRIGHT [TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.] VICTORIA.

    It is announced that the contribution promised in the name of the Australian pastoralists to the Princess of Wales' fund for giving free meals to the poor of the ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE CABLE.—COPYRIGHT. [TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.] QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE.

    His Holiness Pope Leo XIII. is sending a letter to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, congratulating her upon her long and glorious reign. ...

    Article : 148 words
  8. THE MERCURY.

    Hobart Hunt Club meet at Brown's River at 2.30 to-day. Number of prisoners to be released from gaol prior to the Jubilee celebrations. ...

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  9. ANOTHER DAUGHTER FOR THE CZAR.

    The Czarina of Russia, Alexandra Fredorovna (Princess Alix of Hesse and grand-daughter of Queen Victoria) has given birth to another daughter. ...

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  10. ARREST OF PUGILISTS.

    The New York police arrested Maher and Sharkey after the seventh round of the fight in whish they were engaged, but the magistrates dismissed ...

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  11. THE EASTERN QUESTION.

    Turkey is now disposed to accept Thessalian territory north of the River Peneus (Salambria), and an indemnity of four millions sterling, coupled with a ...

    Article : 66 words
  12. MOONEE VALLEY COURSING.

    The Moonee Valley courting meeting concluded to-day. In the final courso for the Valley Cup, E. Dixon's Fraulein II. best A. B. Pearson's mandrake and won the ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. MADAGASCAR MISSIONARIES MURDERED.

    Two French missionaries who were travelling in the interior of Madagascar have been murdered by a party of predatory natives. ...

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  14. COLONIAL PREMIERS.

    During their stay on the Continent the Premier of Queensland (Sir Hugh Nelson) and the Attorney-General of that colony (Hon. T. J. Byrnes) paid a ...

    Article : 262 words
  15. KASSALA.

    Italy, which has decided to cede Kassala, in Abyssinia, to Egypt, is delaying the evacuation of this important position in order to facilitate ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Viscountess Hampden, with the Hons, Geoffrey and Alice Brand, left per s.s. Warrimoo to-day for Vancouver, en route for London. Lady Hampden returns in March ...

    Article : 53 words
  17. TREACHEROUS INDIAN ATTACK.

    An overwhelming force of Mulicks have treacherously attacked 350 British natives while resting at midday in the Tochi Valley, and killed their ...

    Article : 39 words
  18. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 2s. 3½d. per oz., showing a decline of 1 1/6d. per oz. on previous price. ...

    Article : 21 words
  19. VICE-REGAL.

    Captain Durly Alexander, of the West York Regiment, has been appointed aide-de-camp to Lord Ranfurly, the Governor-elect of New Zealand. ...

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  20. QUEENSLAND.

    At a cauous of the Labour Party to-day, Mr. Glaney was unanimously elected leader. ...

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  21. BREADSTUFFS.

    The visible supply of American breadstuffs east of the Rockies is 35,222,000 bushels, as compared with 37,975,000 bushels a week ago, and 66,900,000 a ...

    Article : 79 words
  22. THE FRUIT TRADE.

    One-tenth of the cargo of Tasmanian and Australian apples, ex s.s. Orotava, are wet, and have been disposed of for what they would fetch. The rest have ...

    Article : 42 words
  23. FOOTBALL.

    As previously notified, the matah between North Hobart and Hobart in the contest for the premiership of the Southern Tasmanian Football League takes place at ...

    Article : 149 words
  24. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Arrivals.—Carlton, barque, from Brisbane. Crusader, ship, from Bluff Harbour. Gulf of Siam, steamer, from Melbourne. Gera, steamer, at Bremen, ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. FINANCIAL.

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  26. THE NUGGET OF GOLD ORE.

    "That," said my friend, in reply to a question of mine, "is a very large and very rich nugget of gold ore. It was taken many years ago from a mine in Australia" ...

    Article : 782 words
  27. ISLINGTON MILITARY TOURNAMENT.

    At the Royal Military Tournament at Islington, the first prize-winners in the matches for gold medals were as follows:— ...

    Article : 88 words
  28. THE MARKETS.

    English wheat market strong in tone, but prices unchanged. Continental markets dull. American markets changing a little for the better. ...

    Article : 107 words
  29. THE SLAUGHTER OF HARES.

    SIR,—I read in your paper, with very much regret, two letters on the above heading on the 4th and 8th inst., signed "Sport" and "Leveret" respectively. I ...

    Article : 184 words
  30. A GOOD COLONIAL MARKSMAN.

    Mr. Fargher, one of the best known and successful shots in Victoria, who is now, in company with other Victorian riflemen on a visit to England ...

    Article : 595 words
  31. TASMANIAN ITEMS.

    At a recent meeting of the Devonport Chamber of Commerce Mr. Bovill moved,— "That the secretary be requested to make a note of each and every time that the ...

    Article : 404 words
  32. THE WORLD MOVES.

    Not so very many years ago the man who might have suggested the possibility of sending a message over a wire to England would have been thought insane. ...

    Article : 535 words
  33. THE DUTY OF A CHAIRMAN.

    SIR,—If you would kindly answer the following question, re "a chairman's duty," I would be much obliged. Is a chairman right in interrupting a ...

    Article : 143 words
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