A great sensation has been caused by the announcement that Russia has joined the alliance of European Powers formed under the guidance of Prince ...Article : 83 words
The Rev. Sydney Linton, the newly-appointed Bishop of Riverina, will be consecrated on the 1st May. ...Article : 33 words
At a meeting of the City Council to-day, the city engineer reported that in consequence of the water supply from the Botany watersheds becoming short, it would be necessary ...Article : 471 words
Architecture, we are told, was described by the learned SCHLEGEL, who meant to be complimentair, as "frozen "music," while the critics of modern ...Article : 8,892 words
The gunboat Protector, constructed for the South Australian Government by Sir William Armstrong and Co., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, will be tried in the ...Article : 62 words
The two battalions of infantry stationed at Aldershot, which were ordered to Malta aud Gibraltar respectively, embarked to-day. ...Article : 57 words
The latest intelligence from Tonquin states that the French troops have now been massed, and that everything is in readiness for an immediate advance on ...Article : 47 words
The Legislative Council met at noon to-day. The Commissioner of Public Works obtained a suspension of the standing orders, ...Article : 468 words
The Government have decided to supersede Admiral Galiber, the commander-in-chief in Madagascar waters, and he will be replaced shortly by Admiral Miot. ...Article : 53 words
The trial of Christian August Selmer, the Minister of State, before the Rigsret, or Upper Chamber, on the charges brought against him by the Odelsthing, ...Article : 86 words
A deputation from the Brisbane Brokers' Association waited upon the Minister of Works this morning, requesting him to instruct the Mines department to take ...Article : 123 words
The telegram re arrival of Australian wool in America, in yesterday's issue, should read as follows:— NEW YORK, FEB. 26. ...Article : 62 words
The election to-day for a member of the Central District of the Legislative Council resulted in the return of Mr. Simms, who polled 2,365 votes against Mr. Santo's 2,058. ...Article : 376 words
At the wool sales to-day 6,800 bales were offered, making a total of 146,200 bales since the commencement of the series. The market continues steady, ...Article : 38 words
The B.I.S.N. Co.'s s.s. Merkara left here to-day on her homeward voyage. ...Article : 18 words
Consols, 101?. Colonial Government securities are without change. Tin.—Straits and Australian, £82. ...Article : 38 words
General regret is felt at the death of Dr. Badham. The Government to-day issued a proclamation closing the public offices at noon to-morrow, to allow the civil servants ...Article : 123 words
The Assembly to-day, after disposing of the private business, went into committee of supply, and proceeded with the Colonial Treasurers estimates Good progress was ...Article : 95 words
In the Assembly to-day, Sir John Robertson, on a motion for adjournment, said it was not true, as had been alleged by members of the Government, that Mr. Reid had lost his seat ...Article : 234 words
The annual report of the inspectors of stock has been published in the Gazette. It says that scab has not appeared, and that fluke is not more prevalent. The lambing ...Article : 166 words
The Ballarat English and Welsh Eisteddfod for 1884 was commenced this afternoon, in the Alfred-hall. From 1863 to 1875 the festival was held at intervals, but from the ...Article : 363 words
A meeting of the committee appointed to consider the seduction question was held to-night at the City-hall, when it was resolved, on the motion of the Bishop of ...Article : 343 words
A deliberate murder was committed at Paddington this afternoon, in a house occupied by three persons, two men and a woman, the latter of whom appears to have been the ...Article : 174 words
Arrived.—January 20: Jupiter, bq., from Newcastle November 23. ...Article : 28 words
Kelly v. Magee, Reid v. Bruck. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Higinbotham.) Calendar for February. ...Article : 97 words
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