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  2. PROVINCIAL PRESS TELEGRAMS.

    Contrary to expectation the Symes party intend prosecuting their appeal in the case, M'Hugh v. Robertson, which will he heard at the Jane sittings in Banco. ...

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  3. EUROPEAN NEWS BY CABLE

    The information received by the Government from the North-West Provinces continues to be of a satisfactory character. Kiel's rebellion is rapidly collapsing, and ...

    Article : 210 words
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  6. APSLEY.

    We have had a splendid downfall during the last three days. Unfortunately it has come, in many respects, too late, as large losses have been incurred through scarcity ...

    Article : 362 words
  7. (FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.)

    The tenders for the Queensland four per cent, loan of £2,500,000 were opened yesterday. Five hundred aud fifty -three tenders have been received, the total amount ...

    Article : 224 words
  8. HERE AND THERE.

    The steamer Lismore, which went aground at the Richmond River bar, N.S.W., has become a total wreck. It is stated that Mr. John Woods will be ...

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  10. THE SOUDAN.

    In the House of Commons today, the Marquis of Harrington, replying to a question, stated that the proposed visit of the New South Wales Contingent to England ...

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  11. (FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.)

    The New South Wales Contingent were reviewed by Lord Wolseley yesterday afternoon. He complimented the troops, declaring that he had much pleasure in ...

    Article : 378 words
  12. FROM LONDON TO NICE.

    We had the good fortune to arrive at Naples on a bright day, full of sunshine. The view from the window of our hotel was very beautiful, and fully realised our anticipations of the ...

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  13. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

    SIR, --This year, I believe, all shires were understood to take up the rabbit curse. As a ratepayer, I might now be allowed to ask the question --Why has this not been done so in the ...

    Article : 259 words
  14. LATEST NEWS.

    The New South Wales Contingent embarked on board the "Arab" this morning. They were warmly cheered by the British troops on their departure from the camp. ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.

    SIR, --Reading in your valuable paper that there is to be a public meeting in our local Town Hall on Wednesday evening nest, for the purpose of forming a branch of the above ...

    Article : 386 words
  16. RUSSIA AND ENGLAND.

    Mr. Gladstone stated yesterday, in answer to an inquiry regarding the progress of the negotiations with Russia, that Her Majesty's Government were still awaiting a reply from ...

    Article : 129 words
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