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  2. LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

    The Times, in discussing the recent general election in Victoria, says that Mr. Berry's overthrow results from a popular revolt against an extravagant and domineering ...

    Article : 165 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In the Legislative Council, yesterday, The PRESIDENT read a message from the Governor conveying his Excellency's assent to the Temporary Supply Bill. ...

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  4. QUEENSLAND.

    An aboriginal named Johnny Campbell, who has committed a number of outrages in the vicinity of Maryborough and Pine River, shot at the tracker who was searching for him on Monday near Neurum ...

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  5. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    OUR special cable message this morning gives the opinions of several of the leading journals of London on the recent elections in Victoria. These journals congratulate the sister colony on the ...

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  6. VICTORIA.

    Mr. Service had an interview with his Excellency the Governor this morning, and undertook the task of forming a Ministry. He has been engaged all day in the task which he will complete to-morrow, when the ...

    Article : 280 words
  7. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.)

    With reference to reports which were current last month relative to an alleged intention on the part of Persia to occupy Seistan, with the countenance of Great Britain, it is ...

    Article : 91 words
  8. THE ATTACK ON RUSSIAN ATTACHES.

    An investigation instituted by the Turkish authorities into the attempted assassination of two officers attached to the Russian Legation at Stamboul, conclusively proves that the ...

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  9. CELEBRATING THE CZAR'S ACCESSION.

    To-day being the anniversary of the accession of the Czar to the throne of Russia was observed with great demonstrations of rejoicing and enthusiasm by all classes. ...

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  10. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The match, Hindmarsh v. North Adelaide, ended unpleasantly. The Hindmarsh men objected to W Slight taking an innings, he having retired hurt on Saturday last. Slight had permission to retire. Both ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. VALUABLE STOCK FOR AUSTRALIA.

    Two celebrated and very valuable bulls, one named Pure Duchess and the other Oxford, have been purchased for William M'Culloch's estate, Glenroy, and are now ...

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  12. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) WEST MAITLAND.

    A band of musicians, from London, played through the streets to-day, collecting subscriptions in aid of distressed miners in that locality. It is raining this evening. ...

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  13. ARMIDALE.

    We have had splendid thunderstorms, causing abundance of grass for the winter. Wheat-threshing is nearly finished, and there is scarcely one-half of last year's yield. The market ...

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  14. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The master of the barque Amur reports having spoken the Lusitania (s.) off King George's Sound on Sunday, steering west. There was a strong westerly gale blowing. ...

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  15. NARRABRI.

    At last we are favoured with rain. To-day at 1 p.m. a very heavy thunderstorm lasting over an hour passed over Narrabri, and it rained steadily afterwards up to 6 p.m. The weather is nice and cool now, and ...

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  16. TASMANIA.

    Mr. Innes is appointed President of the Legislative Council. The Assembly has adjourned owing to the death of Mr. Charles Meredith. ...

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  17. CASINO.

    At the Police Court, yesterday, De Young, one of the escapees from the Casino gaol, was committed for trial for horse-stealing and escaping from prison. The Police Magistrate held a Marine Board inquiry ...

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  18. WRECK OF THE METEOR AND THE TRELEV AN FAMILY.

    The barque Gazelle arrived in the bay yesterday, with 18 seamen of the crews of the vessels Meteor and Trelevan Family, which were wrecked in the Solomon Group. ...

    Article : 504 words
  19. YASS.

    The Pastoral and Agricultural Association, yesterday afternoon, adopted a liberal schedule for the next show, the date of which is fixed for 25th August. A largely attended preliminary meeting was held ...

    Article : 109 words
  20. ADELONG.

    The gold escort to-day took the following amounts:— Bank of New South Wales, 717 oz. 13 dwts.; Commercial Bank, 210 oz. 15 dwts. 2 grs. ...

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  21. JAMBEROO.

    The opening of the Protestant Hall here to-day was a complete success. Major Black (Mayor of Kiama) presided, and appropriate addresses were delivered by the chairman and the Revs. J. Wilson and Woodhouse. ...

    Article : 65 words
  22. WOLLONGONG.

    Henry Whitton, an old and respected resident, was killed yesterday by a fall of coal in the Bulli mine. The occurrence was purely accidental. The weather is close and muggy, with occasional ...

    Article : 37 words
  23. WAGGA WAGGA.

    Phillips' Commercial Hotel narrowly escaped destruction by fire this afternoon. Serious damage was prevented through flames being seen by persons in the next yard, and the great promptitude displayed. Had ...

    Article : 89 words
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