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  2. BISHOP LANIGAN AT YOUNG.

    ON Sunday, 28th October, the Right Rev. Dr. Lanigan Bishop of Goulburn, administered the Sacrament of Confirmation at St. Mary's Church, Young, at the close of the Mission given there by ...

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  3. BLACKBALLED BLAKE.

    xTHE proposed appointment of Sir Henry Arthur Blake as Governor of Queensland, and the point-blank refusal of the Queensland Premier to agree to the appointment, has made everyone curious to ...

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  4. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    London, Nov.- 9.-The special commission to | inquire into the charges brought by the TIMES against Mr. Parnell and other members of the Irish party sat again yesterday. ...

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  5. REPORTED FATAL ACCIDENT TO [?]

    A CABLE to the Melbourne TELEGRAPH, dated Lon don, November 8, states that a sad fatality oc-curred at the Woolwich Railway Station on that day. Colonel Sir Redvers Henry Buller, V.C., ...

    Article : 181 words
  6. THE "PALL MALL GAZETTE" AND THE COMMISSION.

    FoR the last few days (says the PALL MALL GAZETTE, Oct. 2) reports have been dilg[?]ntly cir-culated on both sides as to the absolute confidence with which both parties in the pending suit ...

    Article : 922 words
  7. THE OPERATIONS OF LORD ASHBOURNE'S ACT

    LONDON, Nov. 7.-Mr. Gladstone resists any extension of Lord Ashbourne'a Irish Holdings Act.[The measure familiarly known as Lord ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. M.R. GLADSTONE AT BIRMINGHAM.

    London, Nov. 8.—Mr. Gladstone addressed 17,000 persons last night in the Bingley Hall, Birmingham. Speaking on the Irish question he declared that the Government, aided by cruel and ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    THE usual fortnightly meeting of the committee of the Central Branch was held at the rooms, Kidman's Buildings, on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance. Mr. F. B. Freehill ...

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  10. RELEASE OF MR. W. [?]EDMOND, M.P.

    London, Nov. [?].-Mr. William Redmond, M.P. for South Fermanagh, who, on September 14, was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for an offence under the Crimes Act, Has been released. ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. LATEST CABLE INTELLIGENCE.

    LONDON, Nov. [?].—The final returns have been received in connection with the Presidential election. The numbers are : -General Harrison ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. RUSSIA AND GERMANY

    London, Nov. 7.-At a banquet given to him at Warsaw, General Gourko, the Commander in-Chief of the Russian army in Poland, delivered a speech upon the present situation of affairs in ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. MR. CHAMBERLAIN GOES TO AMERICA FOR A WIFE.

    LONDON, Nov. 7.-Mr. Joseph Chamberlain has sailed for New York, in order to marry Miss Endicott, an American heiress, daughter of the Minister for War in the United States Govern-ment. ...

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  14. THE INCREASE OF THE GERMAN NAVY.

    London, November 9.-Admiral Krantz, the French Minister for Marine, declares that if Germany expends 250,000,000 marks in increasing her naval armament, France will do likewise. ...

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  15. MR. GLADSTONE IN THE BLACK COUNTRY.

    London, Nov. 9.-The Right Hon. W. E. Glad-stone yesterday drove through the black country. For miles along the route there were impromptu decorations in honour of the visit. The right ...

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  16. THE LUCINDA-GARONNE COLLISION.

    London, Nov. 9.-The Board of Trade has held an inquiry into the circumstances attending the collision which occurred in the Red Sea some months ago, off Perim, between the steamer ...

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