In the Assembly to-day, Mr. Barbour moved the adjournment of the House, in order to urge the Government to withdraw from sale a large quantity of Crown lands advertised ...Article : 656 words
In the House of Commons, Mr. Fawcett, the Postmaster-General, said that he would gladly see the post-card system established between England and ...Article : 61 words
The machinery of the Reform Bill whereby the Government proposes to refer disputed questions to the arbitrament of the country has been ...Article : 8,464 words
In the House of Commons to-night, Lord Hartington, the Secretary of State for India, in reply to a question, notice of which had been previously given, gave a ...Article : 596 words
In the Assembly to-day the Commissioner of Crown Lands said he expected shortly to complete the purchase of a site for a new cemetery, and to close the present one in ...Article : 266 words
The seventh match of the Australians was commenced at Malton, in Yorkshire, to-day, against eighteen of that district. ...Article : 132 words
Great excitement has existed all day in the Hunter district as to the result of the ballot of miners on the question of accepting or re fusing the new sliding-scale. The returns to ...Article : 237 words
John Hills, of Yackandandah, farmer. Causes of insolvency—Having to pay a very high rent for the farm premises occupied by insolvent, and pressure of creditors. ...Article : 43 words
Comer v. the Hanseatic Insurance Company. (Before Juries of Six.) Gleeson v. Kingston, M'Mullen v. O'Mahony, Bank of Victoria v. Magee. ...Article : 207 words
The Treasurer delivered his budget speech in the House of Representatives to-night. The deficit on March 31 waa £990,000, and the public debt £29,214,000, the annual interest ...Article : 138 words
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