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  2. Divorce Court.

    JONES V. JoNES (part heard).—Mr. Jones recalled. By Mr. Gibson: I treated my wife kindly through all this time. I might at times have spoken harshly to her. I did not talk sneeringly at her before ...

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  3. Brevities.

    Poor protection. River rising at Bourke. Where was Sirenree last night? No rain in the colony this morning. ...

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  4. The Lord Mayor's Show.

    LONDON, November 10.—A feature of the Lord Mayor's procession yesterday consisted of several cars typical of the Australian colonies. ...

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  5. The Teetulpa Goldfields.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Following is the text of the last report telegraphed by the South Australian REGISTER'S special correspondent on the Teetulpa goldfieid:—"The men in Goslin's Gully are getting ...

    Article : 265 words
  6. Municipal Council of Sydney.

    The usual meeting of the Municipal Council of Sydney was held in the Town Hall this morning. Present.—The Mayor (Alderman J. Young), Aldermen Hardie, Playfair, Hart, M. Harris, Bryen, Palmer, ...

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    LONDON, November 10.—After the Lord Mayor's procession had passed Charing-cross, on its way to Westminster Hall, large crowds who had previously collected in the vicinity rushed towards ...

    Article : 368 words
  8. The Wickham Council.

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.—There was another scene in the Wickham Council last night. The Mayor had previously caused trouble, resulting in disgraceful scenes, by refusing to put a motion for authorising ...

    Article : 203 words
  9. Boating Fatality.

    A Bed occurrence marreil the holiday-making in Christchurch (N.Z.) on the Prince of Wales's Birthday. Four girls, named Kate and Edith Cotton, Emma Stewart, and Louisa Russell, went out on the ...

    Article : 77 words
  10. The Bulgarian Trouble.

    LONDON, November 10.—The Marquis of Salisbury in referring to the Bulgarian difficulty said that England's immediate interests are not involved in the settlement of the Bulgarian ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. Metropolitan Quarter Sessions.

    The sittings of the Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions was continued this morning. ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE.—Harriet M'Gregor and Ellen Thompson, who were found guilty the ...

    Article : 454 words
  12. Mysterious Disappearance.

    A mysterious disappearance has been reported to the Talbot (Vic.) police. For some years past an Italian named Guiseppe Cecini has been living at Carilulup, a few miles from Talbot, and has been ...

    Article : 190 words
  13. The Unity of the Empire.

    LONDON, November 10.—Mr. James Service has delivered an address at the Colonial Institute. He asserted that the French would not retire from the New Hebrides unless they were ...

    Article : 84 words
  14. A New Order.

    LONDON, November 10.—The Queen has instituted a naval and military order of merit, for which colonial officers will be eligible. ...

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  15. Prince of Wales's Birthday.

    TEMORA, Wednesday.—The anniversary sports of the Loyal Temora Lodge, M. U., same off yesterday in Temora Park. The weather was fine, and the attendance good. Following are the results of the ...

    Article : 208 words
  16. Hanlan v. Teemer.

    LONDON, November 10.—A sculling match has been arranged to take place in America in July, between Hanlan and Teemer. ...

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  17. The Mining Mania.

    LONDON, November 10.—Shares are being allotted in the company which was recently formed to work the reefs on the Etheridge goldfields in Northern Queensland. ...

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  18. Election of a Prince of Bulgaria

    SOFIA, November 10.—The Grand Sobranje met yesterday to elect a Prince in place of Alexander of Battenberg, the late ruler, and unanimously selected. Prince Waldemar of Denmark. ...

    Article : 36 words
  19. Colonial Honors.

    LONDON, November 9. — To-day's London GAZETTE contains the following announcement:—Honors have been bestowed in connection with the Colonial and Indian Exhibition: Dr. W. L. ...

    Article : 82 words
  20. Startling Discovery.

    This morning, shortly after 7 o'clock, the dead body of a man named James Nedus was discovered suspended by a rope from a skylight at his residence, 41, Botany-street, Surry Hills. Deceased was last ...

    Article : 168 words
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  22. S.S. Almora.

    ADEN, November 10. — British India Co.'s s.s. Almora. Brisbane October 5. left yesterday, homewards. ...

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  23. The Mails.

    LONDON, November 9.—The mails ex Orient R.M.S. Chimborazo, from Melbourne October 1, were delivered to-day, via Naples. ...

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  24. Land Appeal Court.

    The sittings of the Land Appeal Court were received at the Lands Office to-day, before MR. Copeland, Minister of Lands. The following were dealt with:— ...

    Article : 180 words
  25. Death of a Famous Explorer.

    Mr. Andrew Goldie died recently at Port Moresby of jungle fever. Andrew Goldie, explorer, says "Blair's Encyclopædia of Australasia, was a native of Scotland, born in 1840, and educated as a ...

    Article : 194 words
  26. Cowardly Attempt at Assassination.

    The Melbourne stabbing case, reported in our issue of Wednesday, appears to have been one of the most vicious and cold-blooded attempts to murder which have been recorded for a long time. The victim was ...

    Article : 215 words
  27. Death of Marshall Burdekin.

    The late Mr. Marshall Burdekin, who died yesterday in London, was a native of Sydney. He was the third son of the late Mr. Thomas Burdekin and his wife, Mary Anne Burdekin, and was the only ...

    Article : 41 words
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