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Per Rente) ’s Agency.) A Turf Fraud. ' : .. : i....." Melbourne, Ispv. .8. The ste wards of the,'Victorian Racing Club have decided to disqualify Mata and his jockey for over for dark riding iu the recent races. We Should Think So. Melbourne, Nov. 9. The action taken by Mr. Gaunson with regard to the reprieve of Ned: Kelly is generally condemned. The execution will take place on Thursday -next. . . Review. There was a grand review held to-day, 3000 Volunteers and 900 British and Foreign seamen being present. The weather was brilliant.- : ' / The Markets. . The tone of New Zealand oats generally is quiet but steady. The tone of sugar is very active. Mata’s Disqualification. It is stated that Mr. Vallance intends bringing an action against the Racing ClulT for having disqualified Mata., and it is expected that the disqualification will be rescinded.' . Gaunson to he Censured- ' ~ Melbourne, To-dry. It is expected that a motion for the censure of Mr. Gaunson, for the action he has taken in regard to the Kelly reprieve, will be passed in. the Legislative Assembly. .. Meetings in agitation of reprieve continue to be held in Melbourne and other places. The Gas Shut off. Sydney, Nov. 9. Parliament is dissolved. New Editor. A son of Mr. Buzacott, PostmasterGeneral, succeeds Mr. Lukin in the 1 editorship of the JBt'iifbciue in ■ January next.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 188, 10 November 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 188, 10 November 1880

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