(Per Reuter's Agency,) ; Sugar. ■ : : - Melbourne, Nov. > 24, ; At the sugar sales held yesterday, prices iwere firmly 'maintained. .... ; Advices from Mauritius, dated November 11th, state that'2oo tons of sugai were loading for Dunedin.- The state of ■ the market is more active, and freights are in good ,deipand. .- • : ’ Victorious Victoria. ; ‘ Victoria won the Intercolonial RifleContest by 129 points. ( . ~. , Postponed. : • , * ’ Melbourne, To-day. The debate .on Mr. Berry’s Bill for the Reform of the Constitution, which was expected to commence this week, has’npw. been postponed until next week. , : ; : Tricing to Shiint Him. : In-the Legislative Assembly last night;! Mr. J. Orkney, Member for West Melbourne and a supporter of the Opposition, gave, notice of motion to rescind Mr. DaVid Gaurison’s as' Chair-, man Of Cdnimittecs. , The N.S.W. Parliament. ; 7:r : . . Sydney, Nov. 24. Parliament lias been summoned for dispF tch of business on December 15th, Half of the members have now! been elected, most of. whoni are favorable to the Go-. vernmeut programme.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880
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