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  2. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] RECALL OF SIR BARTLE FRERE AND LORD CHELMSFORD.

    In the House of Commons, Sir Stafford Northcote announced, on behalf of the Government, that, after full and anxious consideration of the state of affairs in South Africa, it ...

    Article : 146 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In the Legislative Council, yesterday, The PRESIDENT, at the usual hour for commencing business, when there were only eleven members present, and these being insufficient to form a quorum, he declared ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    The Mayor of Sydney is very much pleased with his visit to Melbourne, and the hospitable treatment he received. He states that he has seen many things which will be useful to him on his return. ...

    Article : 324 words
  5. TREATY OF PEACE WITH AFGHANISTAN.

    The treaty of peace with Afghanistan was signed to-day, and it is understood that the provisions are likely to prove permanently satisfactory to both countries. ...

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  6. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) MURRURUNDI.

    A crowded public meeting was held at the Royal Hotel on Monday night—Mr. Thomas B. Boyce in the chair—when a resolution was carried by a large majority in favour of the reprieve of the condemned ...

    Article : 142 words
  7. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    THE announcement that the High Commissioner at the Cape, Sir Bartle Frere, and the Commander of the Forces there, Lord Chelmsford, are to be recalled, comes with somewhat of a surprise, ...

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  8. TAMWORTH.

    Since Queen's Birthday the weather has been fine, excepting odd showers during the night. To-day we had showers, and between 3 and 4 o'clock an unusually heavy storm of hail and rain fell, which, fortunately, ...

    Article : 55 words
  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A meeting of bootmakers on strike adopted a revised prices list, and a reduction of five per cent, on the original list will be laid before employers to-morrow. Parliament will be opened to-morrow. The ...

    Article : 150 words
  10. PATERSON.

    Mr. Robert Studdart, who has been Clerk of Petty Sessions here for 38 years, died yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 19 words
  11. LISMORE.

    At the nomination meeting to-day, 14 candidates were proposed for aldermen, and four for auditors. The proceedings occupied three hours, and passed off in an orderly manner. The election takes place next ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. COONAMBLE.

    Two sheep-stealers were committed for trial to-day, at the next October sessions, charged with stealing Mr. Buchanan's sheep. Bail in £400 each was allowed. ...

    Article : 27 words
  13. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Northern Advocate says that the Government propose to raise £10,000,000 by loan in one sum. ...

    Article : 24 words
  14. LORD HARRIS AND CRICKET.

    Sir,—Your leader of to-day puts the case with reference to the letters of Lord Herris and Mr. Hadow so clearly and so fairly that I for one desire to express to you my thanks for the article. ...

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  15. BLAYNEY.

    A numerously attended meeting was held to-day, in reference to the present high railway rates. A committee was formed, and a petition adopted urging the Government to equalise the rates. ...

    Article : 47 words
  16. SPORTING.

    Our correspondent "Eye-Witness " writes us yesterday evening:—"Our Boys have been taking quiet exercise to-day, the weather being against them. Mr. 'Clarke keeps them well employed, and almost makes enemies of his ...

    Article : 303 words
  17. BATHURST.

    A special meeting of the City Council was held to-night to consider the position in regard to the assessment and the service of rate papers. It transpired during the meeting that errors had been made in the ...

    Article : 67 words
  18. FORBES.

    A public meeting, convened by the Mayor in reply to a numerously signed requisition, was held in the court-house last night; and, notwithstanding the heavy rain, 250 people were present. Resolutions were passed ...

    Article : 137 words
  19. AQUATICS.

    Another interesting sculling match has been projected. Last night, at Punch's Hotel, articles of agreement were signed, binding Sydney Edwards and Peter Sullivan to row against each other on the 7th June, ever the champion ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. ADELONG.

    The gold escort left here this morning, taking, from the Bank of New South Wales, about 621 oz.; from the Commercial Bank, about 163 oz. The small rush at Nacka Nacka Creek, about six ...

    Article : 214 words
  21. MUSIC AT THE EXHIBITION.

    Sir,—Would you be kind enough to state, in any corner of your valuable columns, that far from being pleased to see my name opposed to that of Signor Giorza and coupled with opponents to this artist, I most heartily congratulate ...

    Article : 125 words
  22. HANDEL'S CHORUSES.

    Sir,—In a letter in this morning's Herald signed by " H. W." it is denied that the choruses I alluded to in my letter of the previous day as having been failures under Signor Giorza's direction, had been given under his direction at ...

    Article : 333 words
  23. TUMUT.

    A petition in favour of the extreme penalty of the law hot being enforced on the criminals now under sentence of death has been very largely signed here, and includes all the leading residents. A very strong ...

    Article : 45 words
  24. Advertising

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  25. QUEENSLAND.

    The schooner Mystery has arrived at Port Mackay with 80 labourers from the South Sea Islands. She reports that while engaged recovering a boat in which Renton and Muir were killed by the natives on their ...

    Article : 238 words
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