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  2. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL

    THE. R. M. S. Nubin, Captain Hall, arrived in Port Jackson at 4.30 p.m. yesterday. We have received our usual files of English journals, front which the following is extracted:— ...

    Article : 550 words
  3. THE TICHBORNE CASE.

    At last Dr. Kenealy has pronounced the welcome words, "My lord, that is the defendent's case." This was said on Monday last, the 124th. day of the ex-claimant's trial. Sir William Fergusson was the last high-class witness ...

    Article : 259 words
  4. THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY.

    "Your Majesty,—The measures which have been adopted by your Majesty's Government for some time past all aim more and more at the destruction of Catholicism. When I seriously ponder over the causes which may have led to ...

    Article : 983 words
  5. THE CESAREWITCH STAKES.

    October 7.—Rarely has a handicap assumed greater dimensions, or gained more widespread interest, than the Cesarewitch of the present year, and the large field which went to the post is sufficient proof of the skill with which ...

    Article : 606 words
  6. MR. BRIGHT'S GREAT SPEECH.

    On October 22nd nearly 17,000 persons assembled in Bingley Hall to hear Mr. Bright. Well-dressed people, it is stated, were Been patiently waiting-outside, in the damp night, for admission to scats for which they paid 5s. The ...

    Article : 1,498 words
  7. ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF MORALITY.

    LAST evening, the fourth and last of the series of lectures, in connection with the New South Wales Association for the promotion of morality, was delivered by the Rev. Dr. Steel, in St. James' ...

    Article : 10,931 words
  8. THE TRIAL OF MARSHAL BAZAINE,

    The trial of Marshal Bazaine by court-martrial was opened at noon on October 6th in the Trianon Palace, Versailles, under the presidency of General the Due d'Aumale. According to the Daily News correspondent, ...

    Article : 2,713 words
  9. FOREIGN.

    The Weser Zeelung affirms that, having met with a refusal at the hands of Earl Granville to afford him the solicited diplomatic protection in Persia, Baron Router has applied for the same favour to the German Government. The ...

    Article : 1,693 words
  10. DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER.

    The Count de Strzelecki is dead, and the death of so remarkable a man demands more than a passing notice. The deceased was a native of Polish Prussia, and it is stated came of good family in that country. Some of his ...

    Article : 633 words
  11. NAVAL ENGAGEMENT OFF CARTAGENA.

    Official despatches received at Madrid on Sunday, October 12, state that Cartagena was completely blockaded by land and sea at that date. Admiral Lobo's squadron was anchored four miles from Cartagena. A sortie was made ...

    Article : 861 words
  12. THE WAR IN ASHANTEE.

    Sir Garnet Wolseley met all the chiefs in a grand conclave on October 4. The following is the text of his speech:— "I am very glad to meet so many kings and chief who ...

    Article : 1,535 words
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