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    Probably no piece of news has created a deeper sensation in Melbourne society than the information which our correspondent sent us a few days ago, that Sir Samuel ...

    Article : 2,515 words
  3. THE AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT.

    The transport ship Arab, with the New South Wales contingent on board, arrived here this morning en route to Sydney. She is detained here awaiting orders. ...

    Article : 42 words
  4. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Tenders are invited for a New Zealand Government loan of £1,500,000 at 4 percent, per annum, the minimum being fixed at £97 10s. ...

    Article : 44 words
  5. COLONIAL DEFENCES.

    The conference which was held at the Admiralty yesterday between the Agents- General and Admiral Sir Astley Cooper Key was merely for the purpose of ascertaining ...

    Article : 38 words
  6. AN ACTION FOR LIBEL.

    The libel action, Walker v. the proprietors of the Daily Telegraph, heard before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a special jury of six, was continued yesterday. The plaintiff claimed £2000 damages. ...

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  7. THE WEEKLY BANK RETURNS.

    The Bank of England returns for the past week show the proportion of reserve to liabilities to be 52 per cent., as compared with 51 per cent, last week. ...

    Article : 55 words
  8. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Gordon memorial meeting, held in the Town Hall last evening, was one of the largest and most sympathetic gatherings which have assembled in tins city. His Excellency the ...

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  9. FURTHER RISE IN CONSOLS.

    Three per cent, consols are [?] higher--100[?]. ...

    Article : 15 words
  10. THE TIN MARKET.

    Tin; Best Straits and Australian, £2 higher --£88 5s. ...

    Article : 16 words
  11. THE MAILS.

    The New Zealand Shipping Company'a R.M.S, Rimutaka, from Plymouth. 22nd inst., left here to-day en route for New Zealand ports. ...

    Article : 25 words
  12. RUMORED SETTLEMENT IN NEW GUINEA.

    A rumor has been current for the past few flays to the effect that a party of Germans from Samoa had landed at Milne Bay, in New Guinea. The rumor is now said, on good ...

    Article : 76 words
  13. THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A large deputation waited upon the Commissioner of Crown Lauds this morning, for the purpose of urging on the Government to grant bonuses for the discovery of gold and for ...

    Article : 156 words
  14. A PLOUGHING BEE.

    A worthy and industrious but most unfortunate resident of this district, Mrs. H. Nolan, having sustained a series of misfortunes, a number of fanners in the vicinity of the ...

    Article : 218 words
  15. RABBIT EXTIRPATION.

    A very important case in connection with the Amended Rabbit Extirpation Act was brought before the Horsham police court today, Mr. G. Hutchinson, P.M., presiding. ...

    Article : 599 words
  16. PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING ASSOCIATION.

    The twenty-first half yearly meeting of the Premier Permanent Building Association was held at its office, 7 Collins-street west, last night. The chair was occupied by the president of the ...

    Article : 507 words
  17. FIRE AT SOUTH MELBOURNE.

    A fire broke out at about five p.m. yesterday at the Tyne Foundry. Yarra-bank, South Melbourne. The premises are occupied by Messrs. J. C. Johnson and Co. It was first observed ...

    Article : 140 words
  18. NEW INSOLVENT.

    Abraham Schrier, laborer of Waurn Ponds, near Geelong. Causes of insolvency: Want of remunerative employment and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £69 6s.; assets, £5 ...

    Article : 33 words
  19. LAW LIST.--THIS DAY.

    SUPREME COURT.--MAY sittings.-- (Before Mr. Justice Higinbotham).--Malpas v. Malpas. His Honor will take chamber business on the rising of the court. ...

    Article : 30 words
  20. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
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