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  2. THE NEW MINISTRY.

    As was to have been expected after the defeat which the Government suffered upon Sir Henry Parkes' motion on Wednesday night, the Government determined at a meeting of the Cabinet yesterday morning, to resign ...

    Article : 211 words
  3. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

    The London and Colonial Wool sales concluded yesterday. There was a slight recovery of prices towards the close of the series. A review of the sales establishes a ...

    Article : 125 words
  4. The STRIKE of the A.S.N. Co.'s SEAMEN.

    With reference to the meeting held at Orange, on Tuesday night, in support of the men on strike, and the telegram from our Orange correspondent stating that, so far as eliciting the opinions of the townspeople on the question, the ...

    Article : 570 words
  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In the Legislative Council, yesterday, Mr. MARKS informed the House that, in consequence of the Assembly having on Wednesday passed a vote adverse to the Government, Ministers had tendered to his Excellency ...

    Article : 2,562 words
  6. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] MUDGEE.

    A meeting of Mr. House's supporters is called for to-morrow night; and now that Sir John Robertson has definitely retired, Mr. Rouse's election is certain. ...

    Article : 32 words
  7. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    IN important experiment in connection with the carriage of live stock by rail, on humane principles, is being at present carried out by the Railway Department. The complaints made concerning the detention ...

    Article : 4,044 words
  8. SIR J. ROBERTSON AND MINERAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.

    Sir,—In Sir John Robertson's address to the electors of Mudgee, he refers to a bill which the Assembly refused permission for him to introduce, in which among other things he proposed, that the necessary expenditure on ...

    Article : 1,826 words
  9. SOUTH CREEK.

    Pastor Chiniquy delivered two very successful lectures here to-day, and the audience on both occasions was large. ...

    Article : 20 words
  10. PORT MACQUARIE.

    The schooner Isabella Gollan, timber laden, when trying to get out this morning, capsized her boat with four hands who were engaged in towing. Two of the men were drowned. Their bodies were carried ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. CARCOAR.

    The examination and distribution of prizes at the Public school took place to-day. Great progress was found to have been made, and every satisfaction was given. The attendance was large. ...

    Article : 38 words
  12. QUEENSLAND.

    It is rumoured that Bailey is the Ministerial and Groom the Opposition candidate for Chairman of Committees. It is reported that Mr. King has intimated his ...

    Article : 167 words
  13. SPORTING. THE TURF.

    A great change took place in the betting yesterday, when a commission was executed in favour of Black Swan, and after 1100 to 155 had been booked, she popped into the position of first favourite for the Hawkesbury Handicap, ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. V. R. C. CHAMPION STAKES MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 109 words
  15. VICTORIA.

    Captain Ainsnick, Royal Navy, an old colonist, and formerly member of the Assembly, died this morning, aged 80. The arrangements for the farewell banquet to Mr. ...

    Article : 139 words
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    It is proposed to establish an intercolonial league on the Chinese question. A set of diamond studs, valued at £200, was presented by his personal friends to Mr. Edgar Chapman, ...

    Article : 133 words
  17. PEDESTRIANISM.

    On Saturday evening last a match was arranged at Grogan's Metropolitan Hotel between Frank G. Brown and Pat. Callaghan, both of Maitland, the former giving the latter three yards' start in 150, for the sum of £50 a side. ...

    Article : 269 words
  18. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Theatre Royal was well filled last night, the occasion being a benefit to Mr. H. L'Estrange, who, it will be remembered, was extremely unfortunate in his attempted balloon ascents in Prince Alfred Park and Belmore ...

    Article : 551 words
  19. TASMANIA.

    The Giblin Ministry has resigned, and Mr. Reibey has formed a new Administration. Dr. Crowther, LL.D., is Premier; Mr. Reibey, Colonial Secretary; Mr. David Lewis, Treasurer; Mr. Dodds, ...

    Article : 45 words
  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government have been petitioned to establish a leper hospital. Two cases already exist. Her Majesty the Queen sent a cable message to-day, conveying her thanks for the expressions of sympathy ...

    Article : 407 words
  21. LANDHOLDER IN NEW ZEALAND.

    Anotner section of the census returns has been published. This section relates to the ownership of the land in the colony, the land in cultivation, live stock, &c., and comprises the census tables from X. to XVI., inclusive. ...

    Article : 396 words
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