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  2. THE BRANDS BILL.

    The Brands Bill is evidently destined to be the enfant terrible of the inchoate legislation of the session. The policy of the House on this question is so variable ...

    Article : 6,367 words
  3. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH.

    The Tekkhe Turkomans have completely defeated the Russians at Guek-tepeh. ...

    Article : 39 words
  4. [RECEIVED September 25. 10.45 a.m.]

    The Times, the Standard, the Spectator, and the Pall Mall Gazette all strongly condemn the plebiscite as inconsistent with and fatal to Parliamentary ...

    Article : 133 words
  5. QUEENSLAND.

    The Assembly have adopted a message to the Council in reference to the amendments in the Divisional Boards Bill, reaffirming the undoubted right of the Assembly as the ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    The measures indicated in the Governor's speech of July last were repeated in that of to-day, except in regard to the imposition of an income tax. Greater facilities are to be riven ...

    Article : 130 words
  7. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

    Consols are quoted to-day at 97½. The total quantity of wheat afloat is 1,630,000 quarters, or 90,000 quarters more than per last week's returns. Prices ...

    Article : 272 words
  8. SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    Rain fell last night, but to-day broke fine and continued 10 throughout. There was a fair attendance at the Garden Palace in the afternoon, and a concert, in which the Carandini family took ...

    Article : 140 words
  9. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A vote of £3,670 baa been passed for the subsidy asked from the colony towards the maintenance of the duplicate cable. A number of exhibits of timber, minerals ...

    Article : 141 words
  10. TORRES STRAITS MAIL.

    The R.M.S. Bowen arrived this morning, and sailed for Sydney in the afternoon. She brings news from London to the 15th August. Hongkong, September 6. ...

    Article : 126 words
  11. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    To-day has been observed as a holiday here in consequence of the Foresters' Annual Picnic. That body was joined by the Rechabites and Good Templars. Headed by the Laura band, orders ...

    Article : 97 words
  12. THE JULY REVIEWS.

    In the Ninetenth century Lieutenant-Colonel Knollys protests against the system of depending upon "Boy Soldiers." Formerly, he says, we took our recruits as young as now, bat under ...

    Article : 3,002 words
  13. OPENING MERRITON BRIDGE.

    The Merriton Bridge was opened to-day in the presence of at out 500 people, Miss Cowled performing the ceremony. Athletic sports took place afterwards, and the various races were ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Notices have Been posted at some of the mines at Sandhurst that after October 1 the rate of wages will be two guineas per week. Miss Walpole, the violinist, and Mr. Fred. ...

    Article : 474 words
  15. WEATHER IN THE COUNTRY.

    Splendid showers of rain have fallen this afternoon and evening, and it is still showing for more. The season so far has been an excellent one, and magnificent yields of wheat are ...

    Article : 237 words
  16. MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB SPRING MEETING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 937 words
  17. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The first contingent of coal-miners, numbering seventy men, engaged in Adelaide for the Waratah Company, arrived at Newcastle unexpectedly last night by the steamer. Waratah ...

    Article : 307 words
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