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  2. [Funeral of an Extraordinary]

    A CORRESPONDENT writes:—A few days ago, the most gorgeous funeral which has been held in Paris for many years, excited the admiration of the poor, who delight in a spectacle, and of the sensational ...

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    Osman Pasha made a desperate attempt to push through in the direction of Widdin. Great slaughter ensued near Plevna, and the Turks were compelled in surrender, after a heroic struggle ...

    Article : 70 words
  4. LATE ENGLISH NEWS.

    Mr. J. C. Reed," the well-known painter, is dead. Great complaints are being made as to the quality of the bread supplied to British soldiers. ...

    Article : 643 words
  5. Insolvency Court.

    David Kiss, of Brown Mountain, near Bega, farmer, Cause of sequestration: Loses in sale of cattle Liabilities, £9531, 13s 10d; assets £15. The principal creditors are Powers, Rutherford and Co., of Melbourne, [?] ...

    Article : 150 words
  6. RUSSIA PROSECUTES THE WAR.

    It is officially announced that Russia intends to prosecute the war, notwithstanding the fall of Plevna. ...

    Article : 23 words
  7. Divorce Court.

    This was a divorce suit brought by James Ritchie, of Fullerton, county of Georgiana, against his wife, Evaline [?]tchie, formerly Evaline Sinclair, and Charles Evison, correspondent. Mr. Coatts, instructed ...

    Article : 858 words
  8. BRITISH INTERVENTION EXPECTED.

    At a Cabinet Council held in London to-day to consider the consequences ol the fall ol Plevna, an early peace is considered impossible without British intervention. ...

    Article : 32 words
  9. THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

    The Parliament has been further prorogued till the 17th January. ...

    Article : 17 words
  10. THE PORTE AND THE WAR.

    The Turkish Supreme Council of State has resolved to continue the war to the last extremity. ...

    Article : 25 words
  11. Coroner's Court.

    The City Coroner held an inquest yesterday at the Observer Tavern, Lower George-street, touching the death of a newly-born female infant found on a piece of vacant land off Duke-street, near William-street, ...

    Article : 381 words
  12. THE NEW FRENCH MINISTRY.

    M. Du Faure's Cabinet was formed after M. Balble's failure to get a Ministry together. M. Waddington has been appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs in the new Ministry; ...

    Article : 47 words
  13. New South Australian Wheat.

    Messrs. Nipper aud See have forwarded up a small sample of the new arm of Adelaide wheat. We have shown it to some millers and corn-factors, and their opinion is that it is first-class, and from its dry ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. Character of the New Members of Parliament.

    Mr. W. D. Cavanough lecutured in the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, last night, on the intellectual and moral fitness of the new members of the present Parliament. Mr. J.Arbour occupied the ...

    Article : 200 words
  15. GOULBURN.

    A Vietnam murder was perpetrated in [?] this morning about 11 o'clock—both murderer and victim are Chinese. The facts, as far as I have been able to learn, are these:—A party of Chinamen were gambling last night at one of their haunts ...

    Article : 464 words
  16. THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR.

    The Times has a telegram, via Bucharest, from its Special Correspondent with the 4th Russian Division before Plevna, dated, October 25, which says:—"Ever since yesterday morning at 7 ...

    Article : 1,038 words
  17. Hancock's Will Case.—The Accused Admitted to Bail.

    An application was made to Mr. Justice Hargrave yesterday by Mr. Windeyer, instructed by the solicitors for the prisoners James Marshall, Charles John Braithwaite, John Conlon, james Ferguson, and ...

    Article : 217 words
  18. Aggravated Assault by Scalding.

    At the Central Police Office this morning a[?] favoured fellow, of twenty-five years of age, named Frederick Smith, was charged by Constable Wirrell with having committed an assault of an aggravated ...

    Article : 731 words
  19. Quarter Sessions.

    George Hughes was charged with stealing from the person of one W. J. Denison, on the 24th October, the sum of 5s. The money, which consisted of two half-crowns, was taken out of the prosecutor's pocket ...

    Article : 685 words
  20. Personating a Detective.—The Tables Turned.

    A curious charge was dealt with at the Water Police Court this morning. A man named Charles Spencer, by trade a mason, was charged with personating a detective. On Sunday night last, as it ...

    Article : 206 words
  21. Sales of Government Land by Auction.

    One of the members who recently waited upon the Minister for Lands respecting the postponement of the sales of land now advertised, has forwarded to us the following memo.:—The deputations which ...

    Article : 236 words
  22. Advertising

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  23. The Child Found in Duke-street.

    This morning Sergeant Bremner arrested a Fijian woman named Ellen, on suspicion of being the mother of the child found dead To the vacant piece of land off Duke-street last Sunday, find of having ...

    Article : 85 words
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