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  2. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    Parliament has become paralysed, and the colony is experiencing the worst effects of organised obstruction in the Legislative Assembly. The Opposition ...

    Article : 477 words
  3. SHIPPING FOR THE FORTNIGHT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 630 words
  4. STOCK AND SHARE LIST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 384 words
  5. REVIEW OF THE STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

    This market has during the past fortnight been in marked contrast to that of its predecessor business in bank shares and investment stocks generally shotting a considerable falling off, while mining, shares, ...

    Article : 2,024 words
  6. THE NEWCASTLE COAL STRIKE.

    The strike of coal miners in the Newcastle district of New South Wales still continues. The Stockton Company have seceded from the Musters' Association, and the mine has ...

    Article : 342 words
  7. SHIPS CLEARED OUT WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE.

    Coromandel, for London.—2,431 his wool, 497 his skins, 140 bis leather, 913 bags bark, 157 cks 25 cs wine, 75 bags oats, 20 cs hop bitters, 50 cs potatoes, 17 pkgs machinery, 5 kegs cutter, 4 bis paper, ...

    Article : 322 words
  8. SOCIAL AND GENERAL.

    The attendances at the Centennial International exhibition have not during the past fortnight proved equal to expectation, though they have been largely in excess of those at ...

    Article : 1,518 words
  9. MONTHLY WOOL AND STATION PRO DUCE REPORTS.

    THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTAGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED report:- Wool.—Since the date of our last circular affairs in connection with this staple have again in this city, ...

    Article : 2,399 words
  10. THE LABOUR MARKET.

    The labour market is brisk, artisans and labourers being Kept fully employed, especially in the building trade. The dispute between the Ironmasters' Association and ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. PASSENGERS BY AND SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE LAST MAIL.

    Coromandel,' for London. Saloon; Mr. and Mrs. B. T.Winterborn, Mrs. Elsworth, Mrs. Brodie Messrs. J. Watkinson, S. Stopher, Misses H. E. Vinter, Brodie. For Port said—Mr. W. H. Smith, Miss Smith For ...

    Article : 197 words
  12. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    Dulness has been the characteristic of the past fortnight both trade and in finance, but ordinary commercial affairs have continued sound and healthy. The monetary position is ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  13. MONTHLY GRAIN REPORT.

    Messrs. GOLDSHHROUGH, MORT, AND CO. LIMITED report:—"The wheat market during the month has remained firm, a result due in a great measure to the improved condition of the London market. Prices ...

    Article : 332 words
  14. LIST OF PASSENGERS BOOKED IN MELBOURNE PER ROSETTA.

    For London.—Miss Deveroll, Miss Long, Mrs. and Miss Brodie, Mrs. Barker, three children and nurse, Mr. and Mrs. Laughland, Mr. and Mrs. Livingstone Learmouth Mr. G. Glover, Mr Martin, Mrs. Wordie and ...

    Article : 99 words
  15. LIVE STOCK REPORT.

    There have passed through the market yards at Flemington during the past fortnight about 4,300 fat cattle (including about 1,500 Northerners in wasted condition), about 4OO fat calves, about 56,500 fat sheep, ...

    Article : 338 words
  16. MONTHLY SHIPPING AND FREIGHT REPORT.

    Messrs. S. DE BEER and Co. report:—" Since issue of our last ciecular general freighting matters remain unaltered. The coal strike in Newcastle, New South Wales, mentioned in our last, still continues, ...

    Article : 841 words
  17. STOCKS IN BOND.

    The following were the stocks in bond at Melbourne on October 18:—Brandy—3,352¾, hhds 16,328cases Rum—771¼ hhds 1,570 cases. Geneva—9½hhds four-gallon cases, 250 two- gallon cases. Whiskly— ...

    Article : 241 words
  18. SELLING ADULTERATED MILK.

    In the District Court yesterday, John Fullerton, the inspector of milk in the city, proceeded against Walter Yourell, the driver of a milk cart, for selling adulterated milk. The ...

    Article : 126 words
  19. FIRE AT PORT MELBOURNE.

    A fire occurred about noon yesterday in a Shop at the corner of Ross and Farrell streets, Port Melbourne, owned and occupied by Mr. Charles Gregory as a greengrocer's shop. The ...

    Article : 123 words
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    Advertising : 83 words
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    Advertising : 74 words
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    Advertising : 2,077 words
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