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  2. TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS.

    A public meeting, convened by Mr. Thos. Shaw, Chairman of the Branch Board of Agriculture, in response to a requisition signed by Mr. H. G. K. Wells anti 18 ...

    Article : 523 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS

    The manager of Mount Lyell mine reports by telegraph:—"Number 11 furhace blown in last evening." The barque Otterburn, which arrived last ...

    Article : 324 words
  4. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The committee of the Peace Conference sitting at the Hague repot that Russia's naval limitation scheme is altogether unacceptable. ...

    Article : 60 words
  5. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    In response to the request by Major General Otis, commanding the American forces in the Philippines, for reinforcements, and in view of the fact that 12 ...

    Article : 78 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,311 words
  7. LAUNCESTON.

    Britomarte was forwarded to Melbourne per Coopee to-day, in charge of George Law, to fulfil V.R.C. engagements. The Launceston Stock Exchange meets ...

    Article : 181 words
  8. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    The third of the series of five test matches between the cricketers of England mid Australia was commenced at Leeds to-day. ...

    Article : 1,141 words
  9. SCOTTSDALE.

    At the Police Court on June 27, before Hon. C. O'Reilly, S.M., and Messrs. S. Hawkes mid John Cunningham, Js.P., an assault case, Geo. Sellers v. H. Clayton, ...

    Article : 284 words
  10. BELGIUM RIOTS.

    During the riots at Brussels, owing to the Proportional Representation Bill favouring a Catholic majority, 5,000 rioters assembled in the vicinity ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. NEW GUINEA.

    The Agents-General of Queensland, Victoria, and New South Wales, who have investigated the claim of the Somers Vine New Guinea Syndicate, ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The committee of the Anglican Church renovation fund; must have been well satisfied with the attendance at the first social held in Foster's hall, on Saturday, 24th ...

    Article : 160 words
  13. THE TRANSVAAL.

    The Eighth Company of the Royal Engineers (special railway construction branch) have been ordered to embark from Chatham for the Cape. ...

    Article : 79 words
  14. MATHINNA.

    The church parade of Friendly Societies on Sunday afternoon, 18th inst., in aid of cemetery fund, was a great success. Headed by the Brass Band, the Druids, ...

    Article : 148 words
  15. BOTHWELL.

    A well-attended meeting was held at Sibley's Hotel on the 22nd inst, to receive the report of the secretary and treasurer, Messrs. Hirst and Sealy, of the last Easter ...

    Article : 181 words
  16. FINANCIAL.

    The returns of the Bank of England for the week ending June 29, as compared with those of the preceding week, are as follow, last week's figures ...

    Article : 85 words
  17. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Some sensation was caused yesterday at Newcastle at the narrow escape of the Adelaide S.S. Co.'s steamer Andania from serious injury, if not from total wreck. ...

    Article : 282 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.

    Both parties in the House of Commons have agreed to facilitate the passage of the Federal Enabling Bill for the establishment of Federated ...

    Article : 40 words
  19. WYNYARD.

    Last week was probably the wettest known here for the past 20 years. As a result there is much water about, und creeks and holes that hu vc barely carried ...

    Article : 531 words
  20. COLONIAL PRODUCTS.

    The Salvation Army is holding an Exhibition, one of the features of which is a display of coloninl products. Hon. J. H. Taverner (Minister of ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. CAMPANIA.

    The jumble fair which was held on 28th inst., in aid of the church funds, was a pronounced success financially and otherwise. It was held in the mill, which, ...

    Article : 492 words
  22. FOOTBALL.

    Swansea v. Union Jack.—These teams met on the Swansea ground on Saturday. 24th ult. The Union Jack was captained by Hy. Bestwick, and the Swansea by ...

    Article : 129 words
  23. SHLPPING NEWS.

    Arrivals.—Bayard, barque, from Geelong; Ocean, barque, from Sydney (at Liverpool); Gregorio, barque, from Albany; Warrnambool, steamer, from ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    The New South Wales Lancers, who are now undergoing a course of training at Aldershot have had a disagreeable experience. ...

    Article : 82 words
  25. THE CASE OF CAPTAIN AMOS.

    Captain Amos, of Southport, S.A., has found many opportunities of endearing herself to those whose privilege it has been to meet her and work with her. Her life has ...

    Article : 695 words
  26. THE MARKETS.

    Wheat.—English and Continental markets dull, in sympathy with American. Australian cargoes are in good demand at 29/6. Parcels for prompt ...

    Article : 98 words
  27. SPORTING.

    PRINCESS OF WALES STAKES, of 10,000sovs., the second horse to receive 1,500sovs., the third 1,000sovs.; the nominator of the winner, 400sovs; and of the second, ...

    Article : 77 words
  28. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Probate duty on the estate of the late Wm. Martin, who died in England a year ago, has been paid into the Treasury. The duty equalled £21,500, on property valued ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. WOOL SALES.

    At the public wool auction sales this afternoon there was keen competition for all lots offering. There has been better competition for ...

    Article : 55 words
  30. EVERYDAY FACTS.

    What makes anything a fact? Isn't it an occurrence or statement that can be proven true or correct in every particular? What constitutes conclusive evidence to ...

    Article : 507 words
  31. NEW ZEALAND.

    The decision of the Court of Inquiry concerning the loss of the steamer Ohan was given to-day. The Commissioners found that there was no evidence to show ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. THE HARE SYSTEM.

    SIR,—As a citizen of Hobart and a ratepayer, it was with unalloyed disgust that I read the result of the vote taken at the House last night. It is shameful ...

    Article : 481 words
  33. FEDERATION.

    The Federal Enabling Bill has passed through committee in the House of Assembly without amendment, and will be read a third time of Tuesday next. ...

    Article : 370 words
  34. HASTINGS.

    The people of Hastings are taking an active interest in the Congregational Church there, and on Friday evening, 23rd inst., an enjoyable social was held to ...

    Article : 202 words
  35. A TELEGRAPHIC CONUNDRUM.

    SIR,—The following may be instructive as a sample of departmental despatch, or rather delay. This evening I received a "wire" from a friend in the city, ...

    Article : 373 words
  36. QUEENSTOWN.

    Lyell Juniors beat the Flux Juniors football team on Saturday, 24th ult., by one point after a most exciting game, the scores being 37 to 36. Some of the lads ...

    Article : 112 words
  37. SORELL.

    At the Police Court to-day, before the Warden and Mr. T. S. Hearn, J.P., Ellen Pullen was charged with not having sent her granddaughter, Lottie Pullen, to ...

    Article : 266 words
  38. Advertising

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