[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] Discount. Melbourne, Yesterday. The Associated Banks have fixed the rate of discount as follows for bills: at three months, 7 per cent; at four months, 8 per cent.; above four months, 9 per cent.; interest on deposits for twelve months, per cent Cricket. The weather to-day was somewhat unfavorable for the cricket, owing to the frequent showers of rain, and the match between the Victorian Eleven and the Hon. Ivo Bligh’s team was not resumed until this afternoon. The home team continued their second innings with three wickets to fall, the score standing at 121, and put together 169 before they were all disposed of. The scores of to-day’s play were as follow’s :—McShane, c, 15; Cooper, c, 8; Bruce, c, 40; Logan, not out, o. The Australians’ total for their first and second innings being exactly equal *0 the score of the Englishmen in their first innings, the latter won the match by ten wickets. The attendance of spectators during the day was small. A Dissolution. Sydney, Yesterday. It has transpired that His Excellency the Governor has granted Sir Henry Parkes an unconditional dissolution of Parliament.
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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 798, 21 November 1882
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 798, 21 November 1882
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