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AUSTRALIAN.

t-ri: .ic-ftci •■•. T" • Svninsvv Dec. 8. ifljij triid r oftheburiiratigets is proceed- . Stock Show takos place onSaturday, for New Zeakndl r'v : *^ !UJ v '■? ‘ ‘ - SvmnsT, Dec. 9. ■ Noprixes weie awirded to New Zealand exhibitsat the cattle show. Messrs. Maclean’s Duke of Newcastle was commended. ' ' The trial of the bushrangers has been adjourned until to-iborrow. > = V- u 1 Melbourne, Dec. 8. Government have consulted ten counsel to Ascertain whether a statutory minority was obtained on Thmsday. Meters. Michie, Webb, and Williams, have expressed opinions adverse to Government. Theopinions of the others are utdftlowh. v Melbourne, Dec. 9 J|r. Berry stated in the Assembly that the Ministry had recommended the Governor to dissolve parliament, and that thi Marquis of Normanby had accepted the todommendation unconditionally, and will ; grant a dissolution before ChristA large majority, of . the Upper House a» adverse to boutne)’s opinion that the GoVeitoiteht Beform-Bill should not be Sentto the legislative .Council. 1 S^MidbomheDaily Telegraph ” was naSfe&doTii the Courc of Appeal, which Corporations were unable to •dHßnawilWri/;:': r: - ." toajue'i, I {Sfeeial.) or i • gYDHIiY, Dec. 8. Two ladies were drowned in the - harbor by the, utufetting of 6. boat. Two men who we&imh “ them were saved. They supported f tko girls for half an hour in ■ijjrht'-'trf the' passengers On the Manly steamer.. Her boat was lowered, but it wttATeAkyi and gofc sWamped. The bUflhrangers display great levity at their trial. , wif ■ ■ •• ■ ' Melbourne, Dec, 8. atm stated that Government, as an outconjbof the 1 recent division; intend to sub■rituto'ft 'rdbderate Reform Bill, or perhaps subjectto amendment. Four baSnMfs ponsulted are known to have expressed Opinions adverse to Government; lii^etoit^pituon : of-the Bar is against the position taken up by the Ministry; Cabk adviotes' Aabetarittate" the rise in !i 7' v ' 5v !

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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