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  2. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH.

    The Morning Post, while expressing regret at the defeat sustained by the Service Ministry in the recent Victorian elections, hopes that as parties in the ...

    Article : 122 words
  3. ARRIVAL OF THE POTOSI.

    The Orient steamer Potosi arrived at the Semaphore on the evening of July 18. She brings English news to June 12, and news from South Africa to July 1. ...

    Article : 33 words
  4. TELEGRAPH STATION AT MALLALA.

    The temporary Telegraph and Post Office is now ready, and will reopened in a day or two. ...

    Article : 24 words
  5. IN THE SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICTS.

    A few moments before I began to write this article, while staying at Narracoorte, the rather startling proposition was advanced by a local squatter that the South-Eastern districts of South ...

    Article : 3,143 words
  6. SCHOOL AT TELOWIE.

    the schoolroom is being lengthened, the attendance on the roll showing thirty-two. ...

    Article : 18 words
  7. LARCENY AS A BAILER.

    Charles Dubois Lindo was arrested here this afternoon on the charge of larceny as a bailee. ...

    Article : 23 words
  8. OUR PLYMOUTH LETTER.

    Mr. Gladstone's supplementary Budget is the chief topic of conversation. It reveals all too plainly for his opponents the master-hand of the man who formed it, and increases his high ...

    Article : 4,648 words
  9. TELEGRAPH TO QUORN.

    The telegraph wire is pushing on rapidly, and communication will certainly be open by the coming season. ...

    Article : 23 words
  10. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

    A heavy rain set in yesterday afternoon, and continued till evening. Then it ceased for several hoars, and the clouds, which had been gathering in the interval, broke about 2 o'clock ...

    Article : 682 words
  11. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A caffee-house and home was opened at Prahran yesterday. The coat of the building is over £2,000. Mr. A. V. Green. B.A., has been awarded the ...

    Article : 341 words
  12. THE WIMBLEDON MEETING.

    The attendance at the Wimbledon Meeting has been very large, and the greatest interest has taken place in the proceedings. Much of the shooting that ...

    Article : 36 words
  13. [RECEIVED July 18, 7.5 p.m]

    The tallow market is firm. Mutton is worth from 35s. to 36s. per cwt., and beef from 30s. to 33a. ...

    Article : 32 words
  14. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    The heavy rains which have fallen of late have increased the firmness in the wheat market, the prospects for the harvest having been rendered rather gloomy. ...

    Article : 29 words
  15. METAL MARKET.

    Tin is quoted at £88 per ton. The copper market is easier. Wallaroo is quoted at £73 per ton, and Burra at £71. Prices are nominal. ...

    Article : 28 words
  16. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

    The Australian cricketers have begun their match at Oldham against an Eighteen of the Werneth Club. The wicket was not in good order, and was rendered ...

    Article : 579 words
  17. NEW SOUTH WALES

    Whilst the crew of the P. & O. steamer Hydaspes were discharging cargo this morning a heavy case fell back into the hold, carrying with it two men. who were severely injured. ...

    Article : 246 words
  18. THE RAINFALL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 251 words
  19. QUEENSLAND.

    The men who escaped from New Caledonia and who recently arrived at Mackay, are on their way to Sydney. They will be handed over to the French Consul, who has demanded ...

    Article : 52 words
  20. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Edward Stone has accepted a seat as a nominee member of the Legislative Council. The Church of England Synod is now sitting Among the chief subjects under discussion are ...

    Article : 216 words
  21. SPORTING.

    the draw for the Waterloo Cup took place this afternoon. The following is the result:—Mr. R. L. Tooth's (N.S.W.)Twilight against Mr. A. Bed's V.) Overton. ...

    Article : 521 words
  22. SHIPPING TELEGRAM.

    Arrived: June 14—Magents, brig, from Fremantle May 6; June 18—Abiel Abbot, schooner, from Newcastle May 6; Florence Nightingale, barque, from Newcastle April 25; June 20— ...

    Article : 56 words
  23. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS

    A discussion has been initiated with respect to the existing necessity for the construction of a bridge to span the Gulf and to connect Port Augusta East and West. There can be no doubt ...

    Article : 112 words
  24. [RECEIVED July 17, 1.35 p.m.]

    Intelligence has been received here that Abdorrhaman with a considerable force has crossed the Hindu Kush, and it is believed that he is about to make a descent ...

    Article : 105 words
  25. DEATH FROM LAUDANUM

    A man named Edward Harris, a resident at Stirling, and well known in the district, died suddenly at about 9 o'clock on Friday night. An inquest was held on Saturday by Mr. J. R. ...

    Article : 69 words
  26. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 111 words
  27. [RECEIVED July 18, 10 p.m.]

    A telegram received from Kandahar states that the disaffection which has existed for some time past among the natives towards the Wali Shere Ali Khan ...

    Article : 186 words
  28. ANGLICAN CHURCH BAZAAR

    A grand bazaar in aid of the Anglican Church was held in the Institute Hall yesterday. Considering the state of the weather there was a good attendance, and the result was satisfactory. ...

    Article : 42 words
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