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  2. LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

    A meeting of the Cabinet was held yesterday, at which several matters of great importance were discussed. The chief topic was the policy the Government should ...

    Article : 138 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    A supplement to the Government Gazette was issued on "Wednesday, containing a notice that it was " proposed to validate " the sale of certain portions of land, specified in the ...

    Article : 3,812 words
  4. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    LORD AND LADY AUGUSTUS LOFTUS and sons visited Parramatta by river yesterday, and were driven in Creasy's carriage to Pyo's orangery. After viewing the places of interest, the vice-regal party returned to ...

    Article : 3,338 words
  5. ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS.

    The Hydaspes (s.), which, left Melbourne on October 29th, arrived here on the 17th instant. The Siam (s.), with the outward mail for the colonies, left for Albany to-day. ...

    Article : 45 words
  6. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP LIGURIA.

    The Orient steamer Liguria, Captain Conlon, arrived to-day, from Plymouth October 17th, bringing dates from St. Vincent to the 25th October, and Cape Town the 9th ultimo. ...

    Article : 119 words
  7. FIGHTING AT DULCIGNO.

    Fuller reports received to-day regarding the occupation of Dulcigno by Dervisch Pasha Somewhat modify the reports to hand yesterday. It now appears that the Albanians ...

    Article : 65 words
  8. COMMERCIAL.

    The following are the latest commercial telegrams:- 3 per cent Consols, 99[?]. Bank rate of discount, 2 per cent. ...

    Article : 164 words
  9. LATEST CAPE NEWS.

    The rebellion in Basutoland still continues, and our forces have not secured a decisive victory as yet, though several engagements have been fought. 3608 burghers and levies have been called out, and proceed to the ...

    Article : 273 words
  10. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) NEWCASTLE.

    The export of coal for the week was 220,882 tons The Customs revenue received for the same period wa[?] £2123. ...

    Article : 27 words
  11. BOURKE.

    A stack of hay, containing about 20 tons, the property of Mr. Edmond Barton, of Moculta Station, was destroyed by fire this morning. The fire was started by a whirlwind carrying some sparks from an open-air ...

    Article : 128 words
  12. A HORRIBLE CRIME.

    Miss Mary Dobie, an artist connected with the London Graphic, while on a visit to friends at Opunake, was ravished and murdered while taking a walk to sketch. There were signs of a fearful struggle. Her ...

    Article : 81 words
  13. INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCHES.

    In the middle range match, open to all comers, a trophy, valued £10, was won by Lieutenant O'Hea, with a score of 65 out of a possible 70; the second prize by Captain Christopherson, with 64; third prize ...

    Article : 250 words
  14. WALGETT.

    The weather is dry, and dust-storms are prevalent Rain is greatly needed. All public buildings here are fast approaching completion, and arrangements are progressing for opening ...

    Article : 64 words
  15. NARRABRI.

    At half-past 9 o'clock last night the jury in the cos[?] Queen v. Ryan were still unable to agree, and, as ther[?] was no likelihood of their agreeing, his Honor discharged them. The witnesses were bound over ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. EDEN.

    Large quantities of wool are being shipped here this season. Great satisfaction is expressed that increased facilities are afforded for the safe storage and quick dispatch of wool to Sydney by steam. ...

    Article : 34 words
  17. OVERLAND PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    The following passengers have been booked:- Sydney to Melbourne, November 25.—Mrs. Vial, Mr. and Miss Barton, Mrs. Milne, Mrs. Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. P. Smith, Messrs. Bradbury, Lyttle ...

    Article : 133 words
  18. QUEENSLAND,

    A telegram has been received from Captain Brown, Lloyd's surveyor, to the effect that the stranded steamer Norseman is not damaged so seriously as was anticipated; and it is expected she will be afloat on Tuesday, but ...

    Article : 61 words
  19. VICTORIA.

    At tue intercolonial Conference, held to-day, on a motion by Sir Henry Parkes, seconded by Mr. Mann, the Hon. G. Berry was elected president. The representatives of N. S. Wales and South Australia then ...

    Article : 661 words
  20. SYDNEY DRAINAGE.

    Sir,—As the interrst of the public has awakened to the necessity for, or benefit of, a high-pressure water supply, it seems strange that no person has directed attention to the equal necessity for a low-level sewerage system, taking ...

    Article : 231 words
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