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  2. ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.

    The Standard states that the Russian. Government has not yet sanctioned the draft agreement between England and Russia. Parleying between the two Powers ...

    Article : 125 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    One of the addresses presented to Mr. R. B. SMITH on his visiting his constituency expressed regret that the works at Trial Bay bad not been prosecuted with more vigour. ...

    Article : 3,407 words
  4. THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. THE N. S. W. CONTINGENT PREPARING TO EMBARK.

    The New South Wales Contingent are preparing to embark, and will await orders. Large numbers of Arabs are coming into Suakim, and are giving in their submission to ...

    Article : 298 words
  5. THE BATTLE ON THE AFGHAN FRONTIER. FURTHER PARTICULARS.

    The R.M.S. Sorata, which arrived from London today, brings the following intelligence in reference to the battle on the Afghan frontier, between the Russian and Afghan troops:— ...

    Article : 181 words
  6. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    A MONE the items of news in our cable intelligence this morning are some of considerable interest. The London Standard states that the draft agreement between England and Russia has not yet been sanctioned ...

    Article : 2,796 words
  7. PANIC ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

    The news produced a panic on 'Change which was only paralleled by the outbreak of the Franco-German war. All stocks fell except American and Canadian railways, which an ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. THE EXCITEMENT IN AMERICA.

    The Times' Philadelphia correspondent wired as follows:—"The warlike news from Afghanistan, with the reporta of stock exchange panic in London and the decline in consols, caused great excitement on all the ...

    Article : 153 words
  9. RETURN OF THE N. S. W. TROOPS AT IMPERIAL COST.

    At noon yesterday Mr. Dalley received from the Agent-General in London the following telegram:—"Admiralty will undertake transfer of our contingent from Su[?]kim to Sydney at entire cost of the ...

    Article : 230 words
  10. THE PEELING IN ENGLAND.

    On the provincial 'Changes the receipt of the news caused great commotion, and at Manchester and Liverpool led to an almost complete stoppage of business, but the markets recovered later. It is stated by the Daily ...

    Article : 110 words
  11. PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

    The House of Commons re-assembled on Thursday night, and members looked forward with great anxiety to Mr. Gladstone's Ministerial statements. Mr. Gladstone said: " The House will recollect that a good deal ...

    Article : 2,940 words
  12. PATRIOTIC FUND.

    Yesterday the Hon, the Acting Colonial Secretary received from the Sheriff the sum of £27. 4s, 3d., which amount had been voluntarily subscribed by the officers of his department towards the Patriotic Fund, ...

    Article : 93 words
  13. THE QUEENSLAND LOAN.

    The Queensland 4 per cent. Government loan of £2,500,000, tenders for which are to opened to-morrow, is nominally quoted at 1¼ per cent. premium. ...

    Article : 59 words
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