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  2. Presentation to Bishop Reynolds.

    A meeting to bid welcome to Bishop Reynolds after his return from Sydney, where he took part in the Plenary Council of Australia, was held in St. Francis Xavrer's ...

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    The annual speech day in connection with Prince Alfred College took place in the Town Hall, on Thursday afternoon, December 17th, in the presence of a very large number of the ...

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  4. Sad Death in the Bush.

    Mr. Boothby's little girl was found dead yesterday some distance from the old Prince Alfred Mine, and about eight miles from her home, on the Mattawarungalla run. The body ...

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  5. The Cholera in Queensland.

    The Dorunda immigrants are quite well. The statements made by the girls are very disparaging, and an official enquiry ought to be held. They state that ...

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    Responding to Mr. Parnell's invitation to put on record his views with regard to the future government of Ireland, Mr. Gladstone has published ...

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  7. NEEDLES: Short, Sharp, Shiny.

    A new bank. Rotunda concert. Schools breaking up, No sign of a change yet. ...

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  8. The Alleged Baby Farming Case.

    At the Woodville Hotel, Woodville, on Thursday afternoon, the city coroner (Mr, T. Ward) continued the enquiry into the cause of the death of the child known as Maria ...

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  9. Political Crisis in New South Wales.

    All sorts of rumors have been flying about all day with regard to the political crisis. The facts obtainable are very meagre as those sent for continue reticent. Sir Jno. Robertson ...

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  10. The Castletowne Roche Murder.

    William Sheehan, who was arrested in New Zealand on a charge of having several years ago murdered several members of his family at Castletowne Roche, in the ...

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  11. [Reuter's Telegrams.] The British in the Soudan.

    Advices from the front state that the Soudanese continue a constant firing at the British positions. At Kuosbey yesterday two officers belonging to the ...

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  12. Arrival of the San Francisco Mail in Sydney.

    The s.s. Alameda arrived from San Francisco today. The following is an American summary of news:—San Francisco, November 23. ...

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  13. New French Protectorate.

    It is reported that a French protectorate has been proclaimed over the Island of Aanaziva, which is the largest of the Comoro group in the Mozambique ...

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  14. Mr Gladstone supports an Irish Parliament.

    The Standard to-day publishes a paragraph in which it is stated that Mr. Gladstone is prepared to restore the Irish Parliament while still preserving the union ...

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    Wm. Russell, traveller for the Oriental Tea Company, was sentenced to four months at the City Court to-day for embezzlement. John Thomson, secretary of the Victorian ...

    Article : 373 words
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    Sir—Permit me through the medium of your columns to call attention to the necessity for taking some steps to relieve the minor cases of suffering and loss occasioned through the ...

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    In the city council to day the mayor (Mr. Playfair) said that as this was the last time he would preside he desired to thank the aldermen for the courtesy shown to him. ...

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    Sir—How is it that we must import billiard tables from Melbourne? I remember seeing two tables at the late Adelaide Exhibition, upon which champion games were played and ...

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    Owing to the slow progress made of late by the Colonial Architect's Office in preparing plans of various public buildings, strained relations have arisen between Mr. Clarke and ...

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    Sir—I sincerely sympathise with "Bereaved Father," and hope the Government will see the necessity of at least assisting out the wives and female relatives of those men already in ...

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    The Timor arrived this morning from China, and leaves for southern ports to-morrow, taking 654 ounces of gold for the Commercial Bank, and the following passengers:—Messrs. ...

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