(Reuter’s Telegram.) . 1 Melbourne, Nov. 12.
The Reform Bill passed through Committee in- the Assembly, except clause 6, ■which Government intend to re-cast-making money available only after rejection by the/Upper House of an Appropriation BilL ■ Sailed—Ringarooma. ' Newcastle, Nov. 13. The affairs in the district are quiet, the artillery being-withdrawn from the mines ■ - (Special.) ■ -i Sydney, Nov. 12. . The-audit of the special Municipal accounts disclosed deficiencies. The Council. resolVed- to . lay an information against Bent,'late Paymaster. , B id stated that an unpleasantness has, occurred between Government and the Bank- of New South Wales, the latter complaining of heavy withdrawals. There has been an extraordinary poisoning case here. - The victim is a man named Miller. . ■ , Melbourne, Nov, 12. •Mit J. Conway states that the counties of Gloucester, Kent, and Lancashire refuse- to play- any -Australian team, in conaequence of the. Sydney row, and the sohemehaS been'abandoned. The Kellys were seen near Benalla a month ago. They imposed a pledge of silence.
i:. (Special.) Melbourne, Nov. 13. Breadatuifs, 'are easier. A Mauritius telegram; states that the shipment of sugar Colonies generally is very light. Oily 350 tons have been shipped to Dunedin anA Lyttelton. The' market is active.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 22, 15 November 1879
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 22, 15 November 1879
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