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; . (Per i'enfeds- Agency.) At Work Again. Sydney, Nov. 4. The Newcastle miners have returned to work. LATE CABLEGRAMS. ('Special to the Sydney Morning Herald.) London, Oct. 27. William Herbert,; bootmaker, Melbourne,. shot bus paramour, Jane Messenteinptccl suicide. A verdict of murder was ■returned. dhe report as to the murder of the Ameer is not confirmed. The Kurdish raids in Persia have developed seriously. .Urrumah is unmolested. • Mr. Chamberlain, president of the Board of Trade, says that Government are bound to give 000,000 Irish tenants a right ami interest in the soil. Fine rains have fallen in England, and the harvest prospects are good. The proprietors of the Morning Pont have suspended payment. ' ' '• : The Czar is sufferhxg from paralysis. Ho recently sent 10,000 roubles of his 'private fortune to Berlin. ■ : The latest Cape news per the Cotapaxi are as follows ' Capetown, Oct. 10. The attack on Nagatisa was followed up by an attack on Niharns-Hocka, a small station garrisoned by thirteen Europeans, under Mr. Surmon, and some twenty native police, Twice has the little band beefi' opposed by a party of Basutos estimated at 3000 men, but on each occasion the. assailants have been beaten off. The positipri '.of the littlp' garrison was, however*, so.critical, that it waS determined to effect their relief, and oh Monday last a column,' some 300 strong, marched in and brought out the garrison. The rebels opposed the xriarch, .but unsuccessfully, losing a number of men. The British loss was only brio man killedand five wounded.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, 5 November 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, 5 November 1880

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