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AUSTRALIAN.

(Per Renter’* Agency.) Harboring the KellysMelbourne, Nov. JOMrs. Jones, of Glonrorv an, hotel-keeper, has been arrested for harboring the Kellys. Oats. There is an active demand for New Zealand oats, at a farther advance. Arrival of the Australian Cricketers'Melbourne, To-day.. The Australian cricketers are passengers by the steamship Khedive, which arrived

at' King George’s Sound yesterday from Galle, with the Suez mail. The Totalisator Bill. The Legislative Council have appointed a committee to report upon the Totalisator Bill. The Murderer and his Admirers. Further meetings in agitation of the reprieve of Kelly were held last night. The Sydney Premier. Sydney, Nov. 10. Sir H. Parkes’ address to the electors of East Sydney merely reiterates his speeches previous to the dissolution. He adheres to free-trade and non-sectarian education, opposes the abolition of interest on fret selectors’ balances, vaguely favors railway extension and civil service reform, and promises a Local Government measure for the amendment of mining laws, and also licensing laws.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 189, 11 November 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 189, 11 November 1880

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