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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] Suez Mails. . Melbourne, Yesterday. Arrived, this morning—The P. and 0- steamship Peshawur, with the mails via Brindisi and Suez, dated London, Sept 22.

[Received Nov. 13, 2.30 p m.] Church of England Congress. Melbourne, To-day. The first Church of England Congress opens here to-morrow, and a number of bishops and clergy have arrived to take part in the proceedings. Alarming Railway Accident. . Sydney, Saturday. An accident occurred to day on the Western line, near Bathurst. One lady passenger was seriously injured, and others are suffering from slight wounds. The cause of the accident' is said to have been defective signals. . Got no Work To Do. ° ’ The wharf lumpers- who are now on - Strike paraded the streets this morning in large numbers. [Received Nov. 13, 1 p.m ] The Railway Accident Near Bathurst. " f • Sydney, To-day. fc serious case; arising out of the railway accident which occurred near Bathurst T 'oh Saturday, is that of a boy named ■. Headland who has both thighs seriously fractured. Signor Venosta and ‘ other members of the Turner opera troupe were passengers by the train, and were amongst those injured. It is - deemed a miracle that all on the train ■ were not killed on the spot. •The Austral. Divers are still at work on the Austral. It is probable other bodies (those of several Arab firemen who are missing), will be recovered. An inquest on the bodies of the purser, engineer, and -three seamen taken from the wreck yesterday, will be held to-day. The English Cricketers. Adelaide, Saturday. . i The cricket match between the English team and fifteen of South Australia was resumed at Adelaide to-day. The '■visitors, with 66 runs to their credit, and having six wickets down, continued . their first innings, Barnes and Mr E. F. S. Tylecote, the not-out men of the . . previous day, being at the wickets. The eleven were disposed of for a total of 153- The scores during the day were as follows :—Barnes, b 42 ; Mr E.‘ F. Tylceote, b 59; Mr C. F. H, Leslie, b $jMrG. F. Vernon, not out, 2 ; Morley, bl. The Home team then commenced their first innings, and at the , . close of the day’s play had lost three 1 wickets for 40 runs. The wicket was in better order to-day, and the weather throughout was fine. The attendance of spectators was large, and his Excellency the Governor visited the field in . the afternoon.

i: . Adelaide, To-day. r f • The cricket match between the English team and South Australian fifteen • was drawn. The visitors are passen- ; gers for Melbourne by the P. and O. steamship Kaiser -J - Hind. Their match against the Victorians com- : roences on Friday.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 791, 13 November 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 791, 13 November 1882

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