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  • SUNDAY LABOUR IN THE COLONIES.

    A correspondence recently issued in the shape of an Imperial Government Bluebook gives some very interesting particulars on the subject of Sunday labour in ...
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  • TO-DAY'S AMUSEMENTS. AFTERNOON.

    Football.—Adelaide Oval—Port Adelaide v. Adelaide; Kensington Oval—Norwood v. South Adelaide. Lacrosse. — Robe-terrace, Medindie ... [Article] (64 words)
  • ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. AUSTRALIAN FINANCE. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOAN. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16.

    The west Australian 4 per cent. Loan of £250,000, which was over subscribed for and realized a premium of 10s. 10d., is now at a premium of £1 10s. ... [Article] (49 words)
  • EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA DR. BEVAN'S VIEWS. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16.

    The Rev. Dr. Bevan, who is in London in connection with the Ecumenical Congregational Council, has given his views on the comparative conditions of popular ... [Article] (99 words)
  • THE RUSSIAN JEWS. BARON HIRSCH'S SCHEME. PROPOSED FORMATION OF EMIGRATION COMPANY. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    Baron Hirsch, who recently stated that the Argentine Republic, Canada, and Australia offer the surest guarantees for the accomplishment of his objects in ... [Article] (118 words)
  • COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, July 17.

    At a meeting of the Marine Board to-day it was decided to grant a certificate as mate to the master of the steamer Franklin, whose certificate was recently suspended for three ... [Article] (156 words)
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  • THE QUEEN. THE ALDERSHOT REVIEW. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    Her Majesty the Queen reviewed troops to the number of 10,000 at Aldershot yesterday. ... [Article] (28 words)
  • WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, July 17.

    The Government Geologist reports favourably on the Greenbushes tinfield, which he, however, describes as a poor man's field, and not one for Companies. He advises, however ... [Article] (97 words)
  • CHILI. TWO SANGUINARY ENGAGEMENTS. DIVERSE RESULTS. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    The Congressional, or insurgent, army routed President Balmaceda's forces with great slaughter at Huasco on the 8th inst. It is declared that had they followed ... [Article] (136 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, July 17.

    On July 14, during the passage of the Alameda from Sydney to Auckland, Lieutenant Philip J. Hodges, R.N., a saloon passenger, jumped overboard and was not seen ... [Article] (54 words)
  • TASMANIA. Hobart, July 17.

    Canary ore containing chlorides and a small quantity of native silver has been found in the Balstrup's Mine, assaying 888 oz. of silver and 59 per cent. of lead per ton. ... [Article] (96 words)
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  • THE BISLEY MEETING. NON-SUCCESS OF THE VICTORIAN MOUNTED INFANTRY. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    At the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association now in progress at Bisley, the new Wimbledon, the team of Victorian Mounted Infantry now in ... [Article] (91 words)
  • UNITED STATES. THE SHIPPING SUBSIDY BILL. BEGINNING OPERATIONS. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    The United States Government has begun operations under the provisions of the Shipping Subsidy Bill adopted a short time since by Congress. ... [Article] (116 words)
  • MR. W. H. SMITH. A SERIOUS ILLNESS. RECOVERING. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    The Right Hon. W. H. Smith, the leader of the British House of Commons, has been seriously ill. Although the member for the Strand ... [Article] (95 words)
  • THE VICTORIAN FLOODS. Melbourne, July 17.

    Subscriptions in aid of the sufferers from the floods are coming in very liberally, the total amount being £8,752, including £210 proceeds of a benefit given to-night at the Bijou by the ... [Article] (53 words)
  • THE SHEARING DIFFICULTY IN AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, July 17.

    At a meeting of members of the Shearers' Union at the Trades Hall to-night it was stated that encouraging reports had been received from Young, Cobar, Bourke, and ... [Article] (215 words)
  • BROKEN HILL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Broken Hill, July 17.

    The offer made by the Commercial Bank through Messrs. Clarke & Co., of Melbourne, to advance a loan of £27,000 to the Broken Hill Municipal Council has been accented on ... [Article] (100 words)
  • FRANCE. CREATION OF COLONIZING COMPANIES. THE ALSACE-LORRAINE PASSPORTS. A CRISIS THREATENED. THE DUTY ON BACON. ALLEGED BUDGET COMMITTEE PROPOSALS. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17.

    President Carnot has signed a decree providing for the creation of large French Colonizing Companies. A French Ministerial crisis is threatened. ... [Article] (244 words)
  • ANOTHER SCANDAL. THE CHARGE AGAINST A UNIVERSITY FELLOW. THE BILL THROWN OUT. [RECEIVED July 17, 3.30 p.m.] London, July 17.

    The Grand Jury at the Wilts Assizes have thrown out the bill against Mr. Charles Alan Fyffe, Fellow of University College, Oxford, Radical candidate for ... [Article] (220 words)
  • [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16. CYCLING.

    Burston, the champion cyclist, has completed a cycling tour of 1,500 miles in Norway and Sweden. ... [Article] (27 words)
  • SERIOUS MACHINERY ACCIDENT.

    The steampipe of the P. & O. steamer Rohilla burst while the vessel was lying in the Albert Dock, and six Lascars were scalded, three being seriously injured. ... [Article] (31 words)
  • COLONIAL PARLIAMENTS. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, July 17.

    In the Assembly to-day the debate on Mr. Glassey's motion for the Appointment of a Royal Commission to enquire into the recent labour troubles was resumed. A number of ... [Article] (195 words)
  • THE BATTLE OF THE BRAKES. Sydney, July 17.

    In spite of the fact that four out of the five of the committee appointed to test the report upon the respective values of the vacuum and Westinghouse brakes for railway purposes ... [Article] (79 words)
  • THE STRANDED BANCOORA. Melbourne, July 17.

    The work of discharging cargo at the s.s. Bancoora was resumed this morning, but was retarded through the non-arrival of the donkey-engine. The captain and officers have left the ... [Article] (85 words)
  • THE NARBETHONG TRAGEDY. Melbourne, July 17.

    The evidence in the trial of Colston, charged with murdering Mrs. Davis, was concluded to-day. Drs. Shields, Youl, Dick, Rosenblum, and Rendall were called by the Crown, and ... [Article] (86 words)
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  • LORD CARRINGTON.

    Lord Carrington, formerly Governor of New South Wales, is about to start on a tour through South Africa. ... [Article] (20 words)
  • NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND.

    The National Bank of New Zealand, whose financial condition has lately been the subject of some anxiety to the shareholders, has a net available balance of ... [Article] (54 words)
  • [RECEIVED July 17, 3.30 p.m.] London, July 17. MISS FRANCES SAVILLE.

    Miss Frances Saville, the vocalist who accompanied Sir Charles and Lady Halle in their tour through Australia last year, has appeared at a private recital of the ... [Article] (72 words)
  • [RECEIVED July 17, 10.20 p.m.] London, July 17. THE FRENCH RAILWAY STRIKE.

    Early in the week it was stated that unless the demands of the employes of the Orleans Railway Company now on strike were conceded by Wednesday the ... [Article] (76 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, July 17.

    The Law Practitioners Bill, introduced by Sir George Grey, providing that candidates for the legal profession shall pass an examination in law only, and abolishing the general ... [Article] (66 words)
  • GOVERNMENT STOCKS. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16. CONSOLS.

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  • AUSTRALASIAN SECURITIES.

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  • BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (70 words)
  • THE BREADSTUFFS MARKET. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (120 words)
  • THE METAL MARKETS. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16. COPPER.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (46 words)
  • THE MONEY MARKET. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (19 words)
  • [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16.

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  • THE SUGAR MARKET. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (46 words)
  • COMMERCIAL. HEMP. [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (26 words)
  • FROZEN MEAT. [RECEIVED July 17, 8.30 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (24 words)
  • KAURI GUM [RECEIVED July 17, 10.10 a.m.] London, July 16.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (25 words)
  • BRITISH SHIPPING. [Per the Marine Underwriters' Association, Victoria, Limited.] London, July 16. ARRIVED.

    From Port Chalmers—Ranee, barque, sailed March 13. This vessel was chartered at Adelaide to proceed to Port Chalmers to take on the cargo of shale of the ship ... [Article] (128 words)

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