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  2. CABLE MESSAGES. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    The members of the Australian Eleven arrived to-day, and were welcomed by Lord Sheffield at Sheffield Bark. They will be entertained by his lordship at a ...

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  3. CABLE MESSAGES. IRISH HOME RULE.

    The executives of the various Orange societies in the north of Ireland and the Unionist members of the House of Commons join in condemning the rioting which ...

    Article : 191 words
  4. CABLE MESSAGES. FRANCE AND RUSSIA.

    A. great sensation has been created by M. Notovitch, a Russian author, who claims to have had free access to the documents preserved in the St. Peters ...

    Article : 80 words
  5. CABLE MESSAGES. LABOR TROUBLES.

    The dragoons and police stationed at Hull to protect the interests of shippers and preserve order have been largely reinforced. The former are now parading ...

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  6. CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON CHARTERED BANK.

    The suspension of the London Chartered Bank came as a surprise to commercial men and financiers of the city. Mr. Alfred Garrick, a member of the ...

    Article : 296 words
  7. CABLE MESSAGES. VICTORIAN FINANCES.

    Mr. J. F. Hogan, McCarthyite member for Mid-Tipperary, and formerly of Melbourne, in an interview with a representative of the Colonies and India, ...

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  8. The Adbertiser THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893.

    WE are glad to find from the complete returns of revenue and expenditure for the March quarter, now to hand, that the net result of the operations for the three ...

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  9. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY BILL.

    The second reading of the Employees' Liability Bill, which abolishes the doctrine of common employment, prevents workmen from contracting them. ...

    Article : 57 words
  10. ATTEMPTED INCENDIARISM.

    The non-union dockers, who in scores are superseding the strikers at Hull, continue to be assailed by threatening notices and by actual molestation. But ...

    Article : 148 words
  11. BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN TRUST COMPANY.

    A meeting of shareholders in the British and Australasian Trust Loan Company was held yesterday, Mr. Dalgety presiding. The directors' report ...

    Article : 50 words
  12. E.S. & A.C. BANK.

    The court has granted the petition for the voluntary winding-up of the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, costs being allowed to the petitioners, ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. COLONIAL MUTUAL INSURANCE SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society was held to-day. During 1892 5.140 proposals had been received for £1,709,740. and 3,576 ...

    Article : 63 words
  14. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    The price of silver has risen, [?], the present quotation being 3s. 2Ad. ...

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  15. COLONIAL APPEAL CASE.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council have dismissed the New Zealand appeal case of John Cameron v. Nymstrone. ...

    Article : 26 words
  16. DISTURBANCES IN ULSTER.

    Religious faction fights are now of daily occurrence in the North of Ireland. At Belfast yesterday the military were obliged to charge with bayonets a ...

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  17. SMALLPOXIN WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The smallpox patients at the Fever Hospital are showing signs of improvement. Captain Crook took a change for tile better at 5 o'clock this morning, and ...

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  18. DROUGHT IN ENGLAND.

    A drought, the longest ever recorded, is being experienced in England, and already has extended over 58 days. ...

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  19. SYDNEY CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND.

    In consequence of the wholesale retirements under the retrenchment scheme of the Government the Civil Service Superannu[?]tion Fund, which is already in a ...

    Article : 243 words
  20. THE COMMERCIAL BANK.

    The hearing of the petition in respect to the Commercial Bank of Australia has been postponed till May 17. to enable Mr. Guinness to answer the bank's ...

    Article : 39 words
  21. COLONIAL TITLES.

    Lord Carrington has decided, in his capacity of Lord Chamberlain, to recognise the colonial title of "Honorable" at the next Birthday levee. ...

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  22. THE SCHEME OF COMPROMISE.

    In the supreme Court to-day, before his Honor the Chief Justice, an application was made for the sanction of the court to the scheme of compromise or arrangement ...

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  23. ACTION IN SYDNEY.

    An order was published in the Government Gazette issued to-day declaring all West Australian ports infected in consequence of the outbreak of smallpox there. ...

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  24. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Council to-day Mr. O'Connor moved the second reading of the Coal Mines Regulation Bill Mr. Piggot thereupon presented a petition ...

    Article : 354 words
  25. EDINBURGH DEPOSITS.

    The deposits in the London Chartered Bank of Australia held by persons in Edinburgh amount it is stated to ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. BANKING BUSINESS IN SYDNEY.

    At the Australian Joint Stock, the English, Scottish, and Australian, and the Commercial banks trust accounts continue to be opened daily. The scheme ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. RECONSTRUCTION SCHEME DRAFTED.

    Much surprise was expressed at the London Chartered Bank of Australia having to temporarily suspend payment for reconstruction. The suspension, how ...

    Article : 235 words
  28. A MINER KILLED.

    A miner was killed at the Brilliant Extended Block mine, Charters Towers, today. He was struck by a piece of rock weighing 2 cwt. ...

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  29. SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS.

    Sir—As a little attention is being drawn to my application to address the parents of children attending the State schools in the Norwood school district, and the refusal by ...

    Article : 120 words
  30. A CASE OF BLACKMAIL.

    William Johnson, who was recently discharged from the Excise Department, was arrested to-day for attempting to levy blackmail on Cad. Richter. an oyster ...

    Article : 63 words
  31. ADULTS DEAF AND DUMB MISSION.

    Sir—In my letter upon the above subject last week I think I was not sufficiently explicit in distinguishing between this mission and the Blind and Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Brighton. ...

    Article : 265 words
  32. THE UNEMPLOYED IN MELBOURNE.

    The proposals for the establishment of a labor colony pure and simple to meet the exigencies of the unemployed have been considered by the Government, and ...

    Article : 104 words
  33. WATERLOO.

    Sir—The tone of authority which runs through Mr. T.B. Angwin's letter on the above, which appeared in your issue of April 26. is amusing. Your correspondent has ...

    Article : 76 words
  34. PROCEEDINGS IN SYDNEY.

    Coming as it did go closely after the suspension of the other banks the stoppage of the London Chartered Bank had a far less disquieting effect than might ...

    Article : 240 words
  35. COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 94 words
  36. LADY KINTORE AT PORT DARWIN.

    The party on board the cattle steamer Darwin, which went to the Vernons to welcome Lady Kintore in the Airlie, were very much insulted and disgusted ...

    Article : 123 words
  37. BARUSSA ELECTION.

    Sir—"Barossa Elector," judging by his letter of April 25, seems very much concerned as to the correctness of the figures in the second scrutiny of the Keyneton box, and ...

    Article : 101 words
  38. UNION FINANCE GUARANTEE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.

    A special meeting of the shareholders of the Union Finance Guarantee and Investment Company was held to-day for the purpose of considering the ...

    Article : 125 words
  39. NEARLY A THOUSAND AMENDMENTS.

    The Opposition in the House of Commons are determined to spare no effort to impede the progress of the Home Rule Bill in committee and notice has been ...

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  40. THE BANK SCARE.

    Sir—Allow me to congratulate you on your admirable article in this morning's issue of The Advertiser, and I would suggest that the time has now Arrived for the Associated ...

    Article : 155 words
  41. THE DEPRESSION AND MACHINERY.

    Sir—l attribute the present depression to machinery. Not many year ago you would see about 20 men engaged in taking the wheat and hay crops off, while to-day the same ...

    Article : 392 words
  42. AN INSOLVENT M.P.

    Mr. John Nobbs, one of die members of the Legislative Assembly for Central Cumberland, resigned his seat to-day. He Presented a petition in the Bank ...

    Article : 46 words
  43. SOUTHERN BUILDING COMPANY.

    A meeting of depositors in the Southern Building Company, which recently suspended payment, was held at Goulburn last night, at which the proposals of the ...

    Article : 75 words
  44. COLLISION IN NEWCASTLE HARBOR.

    Early this morning the steamer Time while entering Newcastle Harbor collided with the Government silt steamtug Castor, striking her abaft ...

    Article : 107 words
  45. THE MERCANTILE BANK CASES.

    The preliminary investigation into the charges of conspiracy to defraud preferred against the late directors and officials of the Mercantile Bank was resumed to ...

    Article : 133 words
  46. RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A serious accident occurred on the private railway-line of Canning & Company, timber merchants, to-day. An up train to the timber mills collided with a ...

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  47. LEIGH'S CREEK COAL.

    Sir—There is, or seems to be, a prejudice in South Australia against anything South Australian. Should it be mining and the speculator finds that the mine is within the bonudary ...

    Article : 308 words
  48. ACTION IN BRISBANE.

    A friendly petition was lodged to-day for liquidating the Queensland business of the London Chartered Bank. The suspension of the bank appears to ...

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  49. THE REV. G. E. ROWE.

    The Rev. G.E. Rowe arrived at noon to-day, and was accorded a hearty reception by the church officials at Fremantle and here. The voyage was protracted ...

    Article : 73 words
  50. NEW ZEALAND POLITICS.

    The medical bulletin issued to-day with regard to the illness of the Premier states that his condition is such as to cause grave anxiety. ...

    Article : 70 words
  51. TWO DEATH SENTENCES.

    The Cabinet to-day considered the death sentences passed at the recent Tamworth Assizes on Owen Carolan for a criminal assault on his daughter, and on ...

    Article : 66 words
  52. VICTORIAN COAL INDUSTRY.

    The importance of the coal industry has so impressed Mr. McColl during his recent tour through Gippsland that he has proposed to his colleagues the ...

    Article : 102 words
  53. BREACHES OF THE INSOLVENCY LAWS.

    Mr. Justice Moles worth has instructed the chief clerk to in future refuse to accept the nomination of any person as a trustee who has not filed accounts con ...

    Article : 71 words
  54. FRAUDS ON THE IMPERIAL BANK.

    At the City Court to-day Alfred Teale, formerly teller at the Imperial Bank, was committed for trial on a charge of stealins £420. the moneys of the bank. ...

    Article : 62 words
  55. NORTHERN TERRITORY CATTLE TRADE.

    The cattle steamer Darwin cleared today for Singapore with 200 prime bullocks and five horses. ...

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  56. THE INDIAN MURDER CASE.

    Some bones, supposed to be those of the missing Indian hawker, have been examined by Drs. Shields and Kenny, who state that some of them are certainly ...

    Article : 64 words
  57. Advertising

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    Advertising : 344 words
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