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  2. DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM ENGLAND.

    The Orient Steam Navigation Company's s.s. Garonne, with the Australian cricketers on board, arrived at Plymouth to-day. All the members of the team are in excellent ...

    Article : 339 words
  3. SIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    May 3.—Suva, s.s., 177 tons, Captain J. Garson, from Fiji. Passengers—saloon: Mess s Monaghan, Smith, Garnett, Stevenson; and two in the steerage. J. M'Ewan and Co., agents. ...

    Article : 159 words
  4. MAILS OUTWARD

    Will be made up at the Sandhurst Post-office, for the undermentioned places as follows:—ADELAIDE, PORT M'DONNELL, and PORT ADELAIDE— ...

    Article : 105 words
  5. WEATHER BULLETIN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 335 words
  6. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (REUTER'S AGENCY.) NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The local Commission in connection with the Melbourne International Exhibition have decided to apply for 13,000 feet of space for this colony. ...

    Article : 70 words
  7. THE FLOODING OF THE NEW CHUM LINE.

    The following letter has been handed to us for publication by Mr. James Adams, one of the tributors appointed to interview Mr. George Lansell in reference to the flooding of the New ...

    Article : 242 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Commissioner of Crown Lands and the Surveyor-General returned from their trip to decide on the best route for travelling stock from New South Wales. ...

    Article : 64 words
  9. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR.

    The prices of gold are quoted as follows:—For standard, £3 17s. 3d.; for alluvial; £3 18s. 3d. ...

    Article : 25 words
  10. ESCAPE OF A PRISONER.

    Considerable excitement was caused here this morning in consequence of its having been found that Robert Gale, a prisoner, who was on remand for horse stealing had cut two panels out ...

    Article : 120 words
  11. CONSIGNEES OF GOODS BY RAILWAY

    Noble, Butter, Richardson, Cuhn Bros., Hoskins, Sullivan, M'Clelland, M'Gee, Baker, Kang Shung, Cahili, Faul, Lavers, Roberts and Sons, Fawns, Weir and Brown, Kahland, Holland, ...

    Article : 74 words
  12. SUICIDE OF WILLS, THE CRICKETER.

    It will, doubtless, be a matter of extreme regret to all cricketers throughout the colony to learn that Mr. Thomas Wills, more generally known as Tommy Wills, is no more, he having ...

    Article : 942 words
  13. POLITICAL DEMONSTRATION AT GEELONG.

    A complimentary banquet was given to the Constitutional candidates for Geelong at the last general election, namely, Messrs. Andrews, Connor, and Lawes, in the Town Hall this ...

    Article : 198 words
  14. PRODUCE MARKET.

    There was not a very large supply of produce forward to-day. Wheat is in demand at quotations, but nearly every other kind of produce is dull of sale at present. The following ...

    Article : 205 words
  15. HIDE AND SKIN MARKET.

    Mr. W. G. Jackson reports—In consequence of the bad state of the roads, there was a short supply forward for this day's sale. There was a large attendance of buyers, and prices show an advance. ...

    Article : 100 words
  16. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET.

    Messrs. John W. Gray and Co. report:—There is very little change to note in the market this week. Wheat moves off steadily at late rates, the supply being about equal to the demand; 4s to 4s ...

    Article : 410 words
  17. THE LOSS OF THE LADY EMMA.

    Concerning the loss of the Lady Emma, the following telegram dated Syduey, Saturday, appeared in yesterday's Argus: —It appears that the Lady Emma went ...

    Article : 249 words
  18. THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER

    WE do not know whether the gentleman who forced the question of retrenchment on the attention of the City Council of Sandhurst, and insisted on its not being ...

    Article : 4,101 words
  19. MELBOURNE.

    At a meeting of the Executive held this afternoon an Order in Council was issued for the compulsory isolation of the premises of Mrs. Dunn, a milkwoman residing at Belfast, in ...

    Article : 1,742 words
  20. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The breadstuffs market has opened with an appearance of more firmness than characterised it last week. Flour has been sold at £9 7s. 6d., and wheat is quoted at 4s. 4½d. for prime. Oats ...

    Article : 245 words
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    Advertising : 681 words
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