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  2. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH.

    Money and Discount Market. — The money market is easier. The Bank minimum rate of discount is unchanged. Discount rates in the open market are ...

    Article : 162 words
  3. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    Present—The Mayor (Mr. D. Packham), Councillors Dew, Benson, Heanes, Pappin, Bailey, Bennetts, and the Town Clerk (Mr. B. Moulden). ...

    Article : 696 words
  4. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS

    A number of Jnrymen asked to be excused serving as Jurors for various reasons, and those who were physically incapacitated were excused. His Honor remarked that very great public ...

    Article : 3,001 words
  5. TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER.

    At half-past 8 o'clock last night the steamer Barrabool off Redhead sighted a steamer on the starboard crossing to the port. Captain Clark ported his helm, and the other then returned ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  6. QUEENSLAND.

    It is reported that a new gold-bearing reef has been discovered thirty miles from Ravenswood The discoverers have not disclosed the exact locality, fearing a rush. ...

    Article : 37 words
  7. TASMANIA.

    The Governor is visiting the Northern goldfields, and yesterday he formally named the Brandy Creek township Beaconsfield. The weather is cool and pleasant, but rain is ...

    Article : 78 words
  8. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The William Mackinnon sailed to-day (Monday) at 8 o'clock a.m. Amongst the passengers are Messrs. Reynolds, Alexander, Gott, Morton, Brown, Fisher, and Dutton for ...

    Article : 137 words
  9. THE WOOL SALES.

    The tone of the wool market is relaxed, and prices have receded. The fall is most strongly marked in respect to crossbred and inferior greasy wools. Medium to ...

    Article : 71 words
  10. MOUNT PLEASANT AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The seventeenth annual Show at Mount Pleasant, held to-day, was the largest ever attended by the residents of the surrounding districts. There were fully 1,000 people ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. THE SPECTATOR ON THE VICTORIAN EMBASSY.

    The Spectator takes a moderate view of "Victorian political affairs. It condemns Mr. Berry's scheme, but suggests alternative arrangements by which his object ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. RIFLE MOVEMENT AT PORT AUGUSTA

    A public meeting was held last night, when it was resolved to form a Rifle Club under the Rifle Companies Act. The meeting was well attended, and the movement is pretty sure to ...

    Article : 78 words
  13. SUDDEN DEATH.

    A shepherd in the employ of Mr. Orchard, farmer, near Mount Brown, was taken dangerously ill on Sunday last, and died last night in the conveyance, having arrived thus far ...

    Article : 44 words
  14. THE DISTURBANCES IN THESSALY.

    A bloody battle has taken place in Thessaly between the Turk? and the Greek marauders. The latter were completely repulsed and dispersed. ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. PORT AUGUSTA WATER FAMINE.

    The authorities have issued orders that the supply of water to manufactories should be stopped. This will be a great relief, but still the town is only on half-allowance, namely, ...

    Article : 91 words
  16. GOOLWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 6.

    Present—All but His Worship the Mayor. Mr. Councillor FERGUSON apologized for the absence of His Worship the Mayor. Town Clerk to write to Postmaster-General ...

    Article : 61 words
  17. BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HALF YEARLY MEETING.

    The lecture on "The Great Pyramid" on Monday, evening was moderately attended, and listened to with great interest. It will likely evoke a large amount of enquiry and discussion ...

    Article : 728 words
  18. SHIPPING TELEGRAM.

    In reply to a telegram of enquiry we learn that the Carlisle Castle, from Melbourne, has arrived, though not so reported by our correspondent. We learn ...

    Article : 71 words
  19. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A meeting of Presbytery was held in the Flinders-street Lecture Hall, on Tuesday, March 11. There were present the Revs. J. F. Henderson (Moderator), J. Lyall, J. Henderson, J. ...

    Article : 699 words
  20. DESTRUCTION OF THE THETIS.

    The corvette Thetis, 1,322 tons, has been destroyed by fire at Plymouth. ...

    Article : 16 words
  21. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    His Excellency the Governor, in responding to the toast of his health at Ballarat last night, dwelt upon the feeling of loyalty as shown and manifested by the colonists. The connection ...

    Article : 292 words
  22. THE BRITISH FLEET IN TURKISH WATERS.

    The British fleet will shortly return from the Gulf of Ismid to Besika Bay. ...

    Article : 20 words
  23. CORONERS' INQUESTS.

    INQUEST AT GLEN OSMOND.—The City Coroner (Mr. Thomas Ward, J.P.) held an inquest at the Vine Inn, Glen Osmond, en Tuesday, March 11, on the body of a lad named Honest Curtis, ...

    Article : 577 words
  24. THE CORN MARKET.

    The corn market is steady. ...

    Article : 8 words
  25. SCULLING ON THE THAMES.

    Ross has defeated Elliott in the sculling match on the Thames. [RECEIVED March 11,11.25 p.m.] LONDON, March 10. ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

    The negotiations for the purchase of the Australian cable, for the purpose of connecting Aden with. Natal, have been temporarily broken off, with very little ...

    Article : 613 words
  27. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The report of the Commission on the working of the Lands Office will probably be tabled tonight. It strongly condemns the hostile relations of the Under Secretary of Lands and the ...

    Article : 209 words
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