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AUSTRALIAN.

{Per Reuter’s Agency .) A Big Attendance. Melbourne, Nov. 3. The fact that over 100,000 persons attended the races yesterday is fully confirmed by the returns of .admissions to stands and hill. Condemned. Melbourne, To-day. In the Legislative Assembly last night a motion, introduced by Sir. Bryan O’Laughlin, declaring that the mode proposed by the Government for the reduction of salaries in the Civil Service is illegal, was carried by 26 to 24. Increased Taxation. The Hon. Mr. Clark, Commissioner of Trade and Customs, proposes that the duty on cigars should be increased Is. per pound. The Outlaw. Ned Kelly is to be executed on the 11th inst. The Walking Match. In the ' pedestrian contest, Edwards made 177 miles, Swan 103, Campbell. 150. Seriously Indisposed. Sydney, Nov. 3. Judge Fawcett is seriously indisposed.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 184, 4 November 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 184, 4 November 1880

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