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    Small-pox at [?] sales in fully swing to-day. Southerly buster last night. Heavy [?] storms in England. ...

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  3. Shipping.

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    LONDON, November 3.—A Nihilistic plot to destroy the Czar's place at Gatschina has been discovered and frustrated Five persons have been arrested. ...

    Article : 41 words
  5. Deputations.

    The following deputations waited on ministers yesterday, in addition to those previously reported:—Messrs. Douglass and Loughnan, with residents ...

    Article : 380 words
  6. The Fire at Newcastle.

    THE fire at Newcastle on Wednesday evening last afforded another illustration of one of the characteristics of the citizens which we have been compelled on several occasions to censure ...

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  7. Removed of Garfield Remains.

    LONDON, November 3.—The remains of the late President Garfield have been removed from the grave in worth they were interred, and deposited in a private ...

    Article : 15 words
  8. Queensland Intelligence.

    The body of Benj. Gillespie the missing post office sorter, was found in the river last evening. He had apparently been in the water three days. Macarthur, a seaman of the barque Ullock (?) ...

    Article : 309 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 770 words
  10. The Exhibition to the South Pole.

    LONDON, November 3.—The proposed Italian expedition to the South Pole has been abandoned. ...

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  11. The English Municipal Election.

    LONDON, November 2.—The Liberals are losing ground in the municipal elections throughout England, chiefly because of the Irish vote, which is turing the scale in ...

    Article : 27 words
  12. Mr. Parnell's Health.

    LONDON, November 2.—Mr. Parnch's health is improving. ...

    Article : 7 words
  13. Fatal Boat Accident.

    LONDON, November 2.—A terrible boat accident has occurred, at Dieppe, a French seaport, by which 13 lives were lost. The boat capsized in the harbour ...

    Article : 33 words
  14. Amusements.

    THEATRE ROYAL.—The last representative of "Eureka" took place last night a moderate house. The piece west very well and smoothly and seemed to be appreciated by the audience, the trial some ...

    Article : 330 words
  15. The St. Gothard Tunnel.

    LONDON, November 3.—The first train has passed through the St. Gothard Tunnel. The journey through occupied fifty minutes. ...

    Article : 28 words
  16. Condemned for Child Murder.

    LONDON, November 3.—A young girl at Carlisle, in the County of Cumberland, England, has been condemned to death for the murder of her master's child. ...

    Article : 31 words
  17. The Anglo-French Treaty.

    LONDON, November 2.—The negotiations for the ratification of the treaty of commerce between England and France have collapsed. ...

    Article : 63 words
  18. Charge of Embezzlement.

    S. M. Burrows, late land agent at Milton, was before the court this morning, charged with embezzlement. After a long hearing, during which the court was crowded, the prisoner was ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. Newcastle News.

    A report reached here last evening that one of the tugs cruising near Lake Macquarie had seen a large ship's beam near where the Omba is supposed to have foundered. ...

    Article : 141 words
  20. Along the Wharves.

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    An application was made to Mr. Justice Holroyd in chambers to-day, for an attachment to issue against Commodore Wilson for contempt of court in causing the arrest of the bandsman ...

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    SIR,—Kindly permit me to contradict a statement said to have been made yesterday (Thursday) in the Central Police Court by Mr. Gates against Mr. Patrick Keating, teacher in St. James's School, Forest ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. Discourtesy to a Mayor.

    The discourtesy shown to the Mayor of Bathurst, in not inviting him in his official capacity to rake the chair at the banquet, held at the School of Arts on Wednesday last in honour ...

    Article : 150 words
  24. Action for False Imprisonment.

    The case of Smith v. Dr. Illa for recovery of damages for false imprisonment on defendant's certificate that plaintiff was insane, was commenced in the Supreme Court to-day, and is ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. The Infirmary.

    Early his morning George Gordon Marsh, school teacher at Cootamundra, was taken to the Infirmary by the police. He was found lying on Abercrombie-street, and was unable to walk. On examination it ...

    Article : 56 words
  26. Victorian Intelligence.

    The charge against Thorpe for appropriating moneys of the Bank of Victoria to his own use, which was commenced yesterday, occupied the whole of the day at the general sessions. The ...

    Article : 444 words
  27. Painful Accident.

    Yesterday afternoon, shortly after 3 o'clock, a painful wound was inflicted on a little girl in King-street, by a man, who was carrying a bar of iron on his shoulder. The nan was walking briskly along ...

    Article : 170 words
  28. Bathurst News.

    The case of perjury preferred by Henry Donaldson against Mrs. Knight, arising out of evidence given by the latter in an assault casein which Donaldson was defendant, resulted in a dismissal. ...

    Article : 47 words
  29. Tamworth Pigeon Match.

    It is anticipated that the Tamworth pigeon match will be a great success. Nominations are being received from all the colonies. Nominations close on the 9th of November. ...

    Article : 32 words
  30. Institute of Surveyors.

    The first annual meeting of the New South Wales Institute of Surveyors was held last night in the Temperance Hall. About 50 members were present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. T. S. Barrott. ...

    Article : 602 words
  31. Fire at Newtown.

    At 9 o'clock last night a fire [?]oke out on the promises of Mr. Watson, produce dealer situated in King-street, Newtown. A strong wind was blowing at the time, and it was feared a serious ...

    Article : 178 words
  32. Difficulties In New Zealand.

    MR. BRYCE, native Minister, is on his way to Parihaka to-day, with a number of the volunteer force. Te Whiti is at that place, and asks his people to keep the peace, as a supernatural ...

    Article : 57 words
  33. Commercial.

    MORT and Co. reports. At our auction sale there was an advance in the price of wheat, and we disposed of beat [?] as from 5s 10d to 5s 11d per bushel New Zealand wheat sold [?] 5s 1d. bran realised 12d ...

    Article : 61 words
  34. The Milburn Creek Trouble.

    It is understood in well-informed political circles that Government intend giving the Assembly an opportunity on Tuesday next of expressing an opinion as to whether or not it is desirable that ...

    Article : 51 words

    The Australian Melbourne and Agency Company report:—We effected at auction to-day 3890 bales wool, mostly and had good competition at former prices. Fifty bales of Sawer's "Wangamong" ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. The Estimates.

    The estimates of expenditure for 1882, and the supplementary estimates for 1881 and preceding years, were laid on the table of the Assembly last night, and the first feature noticeable in them is an ...

    Article : 312 words
  37. "Let the Insurance Companies Suffer."

    At West Maitland, some time since your correspondent discovered at dead of night the palings in full place and about to seize upon a valuable range of stabling, insured in one of the insurance offices. ...

    Article : 110 words
  38. Late Accident on the Hay Railway.

    The man Donnellan, who a few days ago, had one of his legs fractured by a ballast truck, between Narrandera and Hay, lies at the Goulburn Hospital in a most precarious state. Several consultations ...

    Article : 120 words

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  40. South Australian Intelligence.

    A dispute has arisen between F. S. Carroll, late, and J. J. Roche, present proprietor of the "Bulletin," and has been carried to the Supreme Court. Carroll admitted he had collected money's ...

    Article : 249 words
  41. Alleged Robbery.

    Rather a peculiar case came under the notion of Messrs. Brown and Tibbets, sitting at the Water Police Court yesterday. Two boys, named M'Hugh and Martin, had been arrested by constable Williams ...

    Article : 223 words
  42. Alleged Savage Assault.

    At the Central Police Court this morning, a man named George Anderson was charged with cutting and wounding Edward Murry. Prosecutor, a stonemason, deposed that at half-past 10 o'clock on ...

    Article : 189 words
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