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Disease in the Maize Crops. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 April 1887

Din, ease In the Dlalae Crops. Mb Anoba Maokay, Instructor in Agricultnro undor tho Board of Tcohnioal Education,1 reports to tho sooretary of tho Hoard on tho abovo Hubjoot an follows ; — ' As ooncorning dlaonso In maize, whioh is causing mtioh uiioasinoBS amongst tlio farming oommunity, I havo tho honour to report:— Whllo in tho Northern oonHtul districts, and i espeoinlly whilo on tho Manniug district, dur- | ing Docembor last, and in tho Clnronoo and Richmond during January, I hod ovory oppor- | tunityior'sooing and examining tho stato of I tho maiai! orors undor variouH sorts of oultiva- ! tion, and upon rich and comparatively poor -land. 1 In tho Manning districts, and also where I had opportunity for sooing tho crops betweon that rivor and tho Ilimtor, tho discaso had not reaohod so serious a stage at tho timo montioned as it had in the Clarenoo and Rioh mond districts. Sovoral vory bad onsos woro seen on tho Clarenco ; but, in nearly ovory instanco, tho disease had beon aggr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Projected Trade in Colonial Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 April 1887

ft'rojecftedi 'ITrade'in Colonial ? Timber.. At Port Macquario, on the 12th, a public meeting was held with the object of initiating a movement to establish the timber trado in colonial wood between New South Wales ancl England. Messrs. J. Laurie^ T. Piatt, and others, addressed the meeting. Tho former gentleman pointed out that when in specting colonial timbers at the lato j London iixuibition, at which ho was present, he found that tho timbers were wrongly labelled, and that tho judges of the same were totally ignorant of the uses of tho timbor and of tho quantity which could bo supplied. It was now proposed to form a millowners' union, and to aslc tho Government to assist them in sending to- Loudon samples of the best colonial timber which aro very durable, to be accompaniod by two qualified timber commissioners, who would explain tho uses of the timber, &c. The esti mated cost of the project will bo £1000. Tho millowners all along the coast will be asked to co-operate in...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Tale of Heroism From Cape Horn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 April 1887

A Tale of Heroism From Cape lloru. Most peoplo who havo beon to penny readings have hoard a thrilling American poem relating to a backwoodsman on whoso log a tree fell. It is told of this horoio man that to savo himself from ft lingering doath by starvation, he took his hatchot and doliboratoly hacked off his imprisoned leg, and proceeded on his way. Finding his progress impeded by cue uuequai longon or uis uiuus, ue sac down and amputated tho other leg at tho same point as the first. Having proceed ed so far, the narrative drops into a con versational tone, and, as if answering an interruption, winds up as follows: — ' What do you say ? How did Jim stop tho bleeding? Oh! didn't I mention 1 Jim's legs was wooden 'una.' Mr. Treves, the eminent surgeon, tells a story in this week's Lancet which is equally thrilling, but does not end in a 'sell.' A photographer and his wifo wero recently returning homo from Australia in a sailing ship which carried no surgeon. Off Capo Horn a terriblo ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Mange or Itch in Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 April 1887

Mange or JUeh in llogs. A simple ointment. o£ lard or tallow and flour of sulphur applied to ovory portion of the aniuial, after giving it a thorough washing with hot water (a hot water bath), ia a principal part of tho treatment. Flour of sulphur should also bo given in its food once a day. The ointment should bo washed off the socond day, and another dressing be rubbed in ; fVlla l-vnnt-nmnt- l,n;„ ,„;il ? ? ui ui 'I' begin to grow again in about ten days. The kennels and surroundings should all be scalded and sulphured, or a return may bo expected. Ovcr-fooding, and especially with salt meat, has a tendency to produce the discaso. . The town of Burketown, at the mouth o£. the Albert river, Gulf of Carpentaria, has been totally destroyed by a cyclone. Tho rivor rose rapidly liko a tidal wave 1 4i feet, and as rapidly receded, A cyclono raged at Wormanton last Saturday; lasting 12 hours, Evory building in the town was moro or less dostroyed, except tho Custom and Court houses. Two ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 1 April 1887

Amnaements. jg ASTER HOLIDAY FESTIVAL. VILLAGE FAIR, . OLD ENGLISH SPORTS, FOOT RACING, FANCY BAZAAR, , and Gkeat Aut Union DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. Exhibition Grounds and .Buildings, CffiAFTON, CLARENCE ' BIVER, ON Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday IN EASTER_WEEK. Tho Greatost and most divorsifiod EXHIBITION, SALE OF WORK, nnd DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES oombinod with ATHLETIC nnd ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS ovor hold in Now South 'Wales. IN AID OF THE Cathedral Building and Organ Funds. FIRST DAY-EASTER MONDAY. Tho GROUNDS will bo thrown open nt 10 a.m. Tho Out-door Amusoments, under tho management of a spocial Sroivrs Committee, will includo SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, nnd other FOOTRACING (soo spooial advertisement), MAY POLE, DANCING on tho Grcon, inoluding Highland Fling and Hornpipes, SWINGS, Acrobatic Performances, SHOW BOOTHS, PUNCH AND JUDY, nnd othor OLD ENGLISH FAIR SPORTS, &c„ &o. The Exhibition Building will bo openod as a GREAT FANCY FAIR, OR BAZAAR, at 11 a.m. The interior of...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Bravery in the Field in Burman. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

, Bravery lu the .- ffjield lu -r ? Durmali. ' ' . A correspondent* wriies':— ' A' lancer of the' 1st Bombay Be^meiit,' aii AffridiJ happened !to be l^te td fall in with ''his party in pursuit bf Some ' dacoits/ 'He luckily hit !upon: their track, although1 the main body of hiB ' party ' faUM tb find them,. He. was accompanied by. twenty Burman friendhes. He found the enemy in a village. He boldly surrounded the .village, ..and) firing a.3hot,. jnarched . in. The dacoits bolted,., flinging away their arms, but the lancer captured eleven of them, and tried tp drive back some cattle they had looted, but lie' was ' obliged to desist, the-jp^gle b^i»g ; y.ery ^bad, and darkness coming- -on. - He returned to' Port Yendawj' ' looking . 'gtand; -Wi^i! prisoners in front . of 1 him, his ? lttuce and pennon' 'aiiff ;a Butman ^'Knifas.'' 1 TE'ej friendlies are.at best but ^ broken' reeds to, depend on, aiid had' this lancet not' showh the bold front' .te did . pWbablyi they would havebol ted/...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Illegal Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Illecal Marriages, Many people, will be surprised to h6ar that the validity of naahiages^ performed by Bhips' 'captains has been called' into question- .and'.. pven . denied. A-tNew Zealand ' judge has . declared, in a . case' mentioned in the Australian Law Tvtnes, that. in. law a marriage service celebrated by- the master of a ship at sett -was no marriage. : This may not appear ot great consequence to passengers by fast steamers which are never longer than a fortnight frofa ^rt to:p6rt. ;But then are', still 'litany whrf prefer the long sea voyage, and whjr fihottld'they be deprived of one of the few romantic possibilities in the long monotony of the voyage.^ Certainly an order haB been issued prohibiting mar riages ; on board her Majesty's ship? by an^ daptairii' 'officerj tor '.othe£: -person unqualified by holy prders ; but therel is' .iio, ( reason, to, .suppose that, this order extended 'to the mercantile marina ? If captains have no such legal power 'we- muBt believe that t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Scene in Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

A Sccnc ln t'ourt. ? Tub' (following;: aneodoto iiS said tc* bo literally true of an eminent lawyer. ' The geutleman, in ^ question, - who . waa- then quit'e young, 'was retained as adv^cjito in Ot . case, of., .whiob, .not ? feeling himself ^llmeloirtly' liibii'ared to ' pl'cad, ' ho Waif very dusirous of obtaining a postpone ? JtfA 'A'm 1 UlUIlte ' '?dXaf UUWOVOI, VUo tvuil tmw alre/a(Jy ,pvotl'acted;its sossion boyond tho ^fsiAil; peiiQc^ .;ittx QObscqftence . 'an unusual amount of business, and; of course ' the~jiir^- were getting impatient to. be released from their duties, bo was well aware that lit would be impossible to procure such a postponement -unless he; coflld. allege some extraordinary causo. .Portunately,: :or ..unfortunately ias the. result proved, ho had a lively imagina tion,1 and had quickly formo'd' a pla'ny which he Was sure would be: successful. Rising, with his handkerchief tb his eyes, he addressed the. court in great apparent emotion: ,, ,/.y /' May i.t ple...

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Did the Irish Discover America. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Did the Irish Discover America. ! ovrcii o! '?*' i ' '?-' ? 1 ? j Abbe Bbabbeub de Bourbourg says in «hirfIM:Po»l Vuh,' a book of the ancient j ;pBotil6'of| Mexico aticl Central America ^^rhere'f .is an abundance of legends an^ : It^ttditipna concerning the.; passage of thej Irish into America, and their habitual j 'communication with that Contin6nt'many ; Bwore the timeof Columbusi ' We | should bear in .xnind; that . Ireland. was , lionized by. the Phoenicians. ; Ati Irish Migile, who lived in the eightb eentury, y^aaooused to Pope Zachary of having! talk^d-:heresies On the subject oE the iiMifpoSes.' At' {jrst he; wrote ,'tp. the P6ptf',in' reply to' 'thfe charge,^ but ; afterward went to .Bome in [persSop. to justify ^himself,- and there, proved to the Pope that the Irish had been adcustomed tb' ^ommunicate ^ with! a traiis-'aUjantic world^'^JPt^JM^ 'pes^dtch. '

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Edward Hanlan. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

..f , .JEdijijaiid;' IIanlap.r^;'rv:,: i Speaking of : Hanlan's expressed inten -Etibtti to . visit Australia for the purpose of testing his skill With Beach, the /f erafePi ?'iSialdp^^ri^pqhdent, oil Fdbrua^- lify e observes The ' news .from ' America -fc»tnEd;ward Haniap ; totenda, to j tow. GaUdaur for the sculling qhampion-i -fehipf bf America, : 1 in the. suipT«er, and te will'sefc out forj ;Wa)es in order, to contest ,-the -.: championship of : the world with; '??Bpach on the Nfepean River, at the end : No doiibt Hanlan: wifl row; ^andaur» tut ! that , be, .'jvili j venture to] -ipeet the; redoubtable: Beach no one herej a tiom'ent believes.' ,!i ,f ' i

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Loss of the Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

The Iioss of the Kapnrida. t, Q^HEfollowing further particulars of the loss ' ofthe Kapunda have been, received? at Lisbon, from' the survivors op the Patagonia:— All ?went' well up to the time of the collision/ The boats were fully provided with lifebelts, masts, «ails, and oars. . The vessel ' sank too' quickly to allow of anything being done. Immediately the collision occurred the chief officer shouted down' the hatchway to arouse the passengers. . He then discovered that the vessels' side . was U A.i .1.. ? ; °*inking;- : Before he could return aft he was in the water. He saw about 40 persons near him, but had no means of saving them. The seven - in'en rescued by the Ada Melmore's boats were ?11 strong swimmers. The Ada Melmore struck ' the Kapunda with such force that the fore topmast and spars came down' with a shock, billing many personson the deck. The bows -*f the Ada Melmore were entirely stove in, and she was only kept afloat by her collision 5 bulkhead, which prevented t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Darlinghurst Curiosities. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

!! .r Darlinghurst Curiosities. Been : discovered that in many '''qjere . tie gaol . .accommodation ; ha^ been ! l itaken up by .impecunious persons who r ttfiglit' have been earning an honestiiving j!'l{4d :ih%; teen' m a jxisition to pay ^alt^rnatjve fines; ,. Another discovery is, onuiaMf. . iita inmntAfi ' of Tltfirlinf* hurst's cells for the desperadoes are some ^.Unfortunates whose infirmitie8: ; of 'age ' '.fetteUi.. One old lt^an amongst , tbem is said to - be one li h.und red and one years.of age: : Admit ?''tiiigtliatno criminal is too .old 'to en ,Raing8r bofeiety by his power of pollution^ , if not of '^6tual ' law-b^eakiiig, an.4 , tb^t ^consequently men of even the, patriarcnal 2ci®a of Ithis Waterloo veteran could not - be transfelred to our ordinary ' flBylam ? Ifiiftlte ^ v deirtitute, his incarceration ^ at 'ibfiilinghurstis a reflectionon our eiyilisa;

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Conditional Purchases and Leases Validation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

'' --»iidltlonal Purchases and Leases Validation BUI. v'Trb folRwing is the text of a bill to ' Validate .'oert^ conditional purchases and leases, which . was read the first time in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday : — j- ' 1. No conditional purchase of Ci|Own land 'Applied for under the principal Act, before' the passing of . this Act, snail be held to:have been; ' . invalid' by reason' only that the whole or some portion of the land, the eubiectof such con ditional purchase, had been conditionally . . purchased prior to the passing of the aaia: firef-mentioned Act, and bad subsequently to such passing, been forfeited for some bioach of conditions; and every such conditional purchase bo ' applied for shall be deemed to be excluded from the exemption contained in section 21, Bub-aection 3, of the principal Act. : ? ;'- 2.-' N6 conditional lease of Crown land applied for under the 48th - section of the Principal Aot before the passing of this Aot BhaU' t-o-held to have been inval...

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Protection and Free-trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

Protection and Free-trade., : T^ORptHiHBHEi) Australian ? in the b'as adduced a new ifoim Jof argju ,-:-jineat on:.this question, and says— ('There J'-ja^e^in -this country several : American ^'jiadi^ 'rito'ong tbem matiy highly educated possessing j a ^considerable amount of. political- know -X 'ledge,- commercial experience and' domes S':€ifi skill.1' ^ Tlieir Unanimous1 verdict jis that .this, tUijugh' W magnificent country,' f'l' w tiie .fia'osfc ' 'expepsiye ? place ' In.' whi-jh ' sij'ltheyR have ever lived ; a lider being f i'-attached, that = even with a high cost it is *V''«niy.:the bare:netfes8anes of ; social coin-, jjj'fortlwhicb can.be .obtained,' as many ?ir .things upon- which they had .been: accus i ' tomed to'look as common requirements^ are here entirely unknown. ' '

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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FREE TRADE TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

FREE TRADE TAXATIOM. Nobody ever believed Sir Henry Parses when he foreshadowed a finan cial paradise daring his recent ' starring ' tour in the provinces, but many people did believe what Mr; Burns and nis colleagues had promised with regard to! some more equitable mode of taxation wnereny tne owners ox property would be made to pay their fair snare of the national debt, .as well as the working men ; but the country has received with feelings, of indignation the publication of a policy the very reverse of what had been promised. In fact, so flagrant is the injustice, nnder the circumstances, that it is not possible the matter will be allowed to rest without some attempt being made to obtain a juster and more equitable tariff than that just offered to us by Mr. -Treasurer Burns. Instead of taxation being adjusted so as relieve ;the working-man as much as pos sible, land place the weight on the finan cially broader shoulders of the wealthy, the very opposite course has been taken by ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Our Timber Industry [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

? Our Timber lndnrtry. At a pwyia.iinoeting ili^ild at Port Mac — quario- recently. ? Mr. Joseph Laurie,; one of-'fllie^eenveiifers ' of - -tlib' nibcting, baid, Uiat.lboso pfeseht' wcio all, iiwara^tHat lOre c6l6nial tini1tier induatry was in a vcrv Mdeiilorable i condition, and that thousands of men had been thrown jout oft^wiiiloymentinticdnsoqueAce of this r depreasioiiL He. had recently/ visited ,1 't^limd, iiid had ijeeA! iil' cbWersa^a^ with some of tho. manufacturers in 'the V'iliotbti tioiifttryi'VehO ,t6ld hinl th6y Were niucli.'illBa'Sediwith thd'Katnples of colon ial timber they had seen, but that^ it ? could not bo procured in any quantities Thyile'l'wB8'ia ? sbarcity - -now' of English t; timber,' as; the. larch had ? been : affected, with a disease ; and tho Scotch fir would jv::not last' more than' from five td sijf years i^for*'1 Vail wajf sleepers. He pointed out ' J »5^hen in. England, that Uiq (colonial timber would 'be very valuable ;for sleepers^ and I: .wouldi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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THE CORAKI POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

THB CORAKI POLICE 1 COURT. Owinq to the absence from the Court of another magistrate, Mr. J. 'White, J.P., who had ridden down from Oasino to attend the Court, was obliged to postpone the business of the Police Court, as well as that of the Small Debts Court, until the 2nd of May next. Mr. Carpenter, School Attendance Officer, came down specially from Lismore also to attend the t Court, as he has done on several previous occasions, and .was obliged to return as he came, unsatisfied. Several very strong comments were made, both in the Court and outside, at the absence not only of the Police Magistrate, but of any other Justice, as so frequently has been the case of late at Coraki. Litigants come here at considerable expense and loss of time, and after being kept waiting about the purlieus of the judicial packing-case for half-a-day,.aie informed by the con stable in attendance that the business of the Court stands adjourned for a month, owing to the absence of a Justice of the Peace,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

?» I ? Business Announcements* I ? aVt.'i' 'tJt tomi'tri | rpiIE RIOHltONj)., EIJER t, , '.jt. , 4m), , J.. .lA Northern Districts Advertiser, -i:.': ? (published at;' ?? . 0 0 It K I, , EIOHMONt) . ? KIV&I , . - Every Friday - !tfornIng. j Tho Etaum is oxtensivoly circulated1 thrbngh 1 out' the Riohmond,' Tweed, and Clarodbe - Distriots, and commands itself, as ., A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TtaaiB'j^ ^UBSCiaraiON— Sf , 2®8 . per annum, in advanoe.- 6s6d pet quarter 22b per annum, booked. The' quarters commonoe lstJahuary, April,; July- and ' ? . Ootobor. ? New SubsorlberS charged from , date of reooipt of 'their orders' only.'-' ADVERTISING CHARGES : ! d. First inch of spaoe ? ? ... '2 0 Every Buccoeding inoh up to six iuolioa. 1 6 WantodB, and small advortiaomonts of fivBlines or undor (cash) ? ? 1 6 Birth's; marriagos, tmd'doattiB i.'.V.'.V-.''.? 2 0 A liberal roduc tion, made for ladvertise&ents ordered for a number of insertions.' r' CubIi must accompany ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

-RrlefMentlttn. /T' Casino Council going to borrow £2000. Maolcnn is going in for a lettor carrier. ., Tho Grafton Circuit Court opens April 22nd. Tho bazaar in connootion with tho Coraki Mochanics' Institute has boon postponed. Insolvent — Samuel Grove, fireman, Coraki. Liabilities, £41 lis 3d; assets, £4 10s. . Quartz leaders^gold bearing, have been found in the stroets in Kempsey. Electors, don't forgot to watch the Revision Court this year.. - ? ? ? — Tenders for the erection of Presbyterian. Church, Wyrallah, extended to 25th instant. Lismore Oddfellows' Sports postponed on account of the weather. Annual sessions of Grand Lodge, I.O.GjT., takes place at Wyrallah to-day. . ? The Colonial Collego at Suffolk,- England, is now', in working order. The bazaar at Lismore in aid of St. Andrew's Churoh, has been postponed until August. It is probable tne Hon. W. J. Foster will bo the sixth Judge. An active revolutionary spirit prevails in Russia. South Australia, so far. has returned 30...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1887

CABLEGRAMS. London. Saturday. Anotdeh futilo attempt has been xnado on the lifo of the Czar by Nihilists. Some delegates to tho Imperial Confo renco have expressed their disapproval of ' tho way in whioh the programme has been narrowed. Tho whole of the C.M.O.s now in Eng land, were preaont at a banquet at St. James's Palace. Princo Alexundor.of Bulgaria has boon suod for 5000 francs, borrowod when he W(is kidnapped. . The Loudon Pross comment strongly on the leniency of , tho judgment passed by tho Board of ' Trade in roforonce to tho Kapunda collision. A rich discovery of gold is reported from Yukon, on the rivor Ilaskin, North America. London, Monday. The Imperial Conforenco waa opened on Monday by tho Marquis of Salisbury' and other Ministors. . Thero was' a full atten dance' of ,' delegates,, and ' addresses, wero dolivprod by; Sir Honry Holland, th9 Marquis of Salisbury, and Earl Qranvillo. Sir P. Jonninga ropfiod on bohalf of ' Now South Wales, and other delegates for other c...

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