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DANGER OF LIGHTING FIRES WITH KEROSENE. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

DANGER OF LIGHTING FIRES WITH KEROSENE. (Echo.) Another victim to korosone ! Tlio sa l particularsj of ,the,; death : of.: the young girl Maria Harris, published'in' tlio Echo of Inst week, add another mournful case to Ilia long list of girls who havo perished horribly through using korosone as a means of lighting fires. In this instance tlio girj wns lighting a fire in her father's .kitchen, at about 8 o'clock on Sunday night, and using kerosene to make. tho firo burn, or to kindle, it moro easily, she poured tho oil 011 the wood, and applied to it a lighted match. Tliosarno result as that which has followed scores of such cases occurred—tho oil exploded, and being scattered over hor clothes, she was instantly envoloped in flames. It is romarkablo thatgirls will not take warning to avoid danger when it is given them in tho most conclusive manner; and it is to be feared that kerosene will go' on claiming its vic tims until the use of tho oil. is entirely discarded from our houses. S...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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WOMEN AND COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

WOMEN" AND COMMERCE. According to tho Times, in a review of the Into financial, "disasters,-',women, have a greater influence upon success ful traders tbnu is-genernlly supposed. Of course (our contemporary'says) re form ought.to,begin. from the. higher strata, but^tbut; is the . very region whence, it is' least to bo oxpected. On tho one side there is the universal coin-; plaint that money is ovorything, and that without it the best and ablest men rany bo nothing ; oil the other side, the hardly loss anxious and desponding cry that money is useless except for what can be done with it, that very little can be dorie witli what there is, and that tho first thing is to mabo it more. But those who liavo.it and those who have it not seem equally to throw themsolves into a. wild race of amusement or dis. play! It must always bo with pain, rind'delicacy, and hesitation, that we make any allusion to those who are supposed to bo the less able to defend themselves and the move under just auth...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE LATE ANDREW HUME AND HIS ALLEGED DISCOVEBIES. (Correspondent Evening News). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

THE LATE ANDREW HUME AND HIS ALLEGED DISCOVEBIES. (Correspondent livening News); This week I shall touch ou n' sab-1 ject which excited n gi'oat deal of pub lic 'interest1 a little while since, namely, tho itl-fhtod expedition of "Andrew Humo." ' 'Lately, a gentleman, 1 who hnpponed. to have bu'sinoss at the time in the .immediate . viciiiity, s.!of the;,spot where; Humo perished; gavo me some particulars, the publication of wbicb might .tend towards redeeming bis (Hume's) memory from some of ■ the ill-repute, which, in the opinion of many, there is only too much cause to connect bis namo with. The (rontle man above referred to, Mr. N. H. M'Donald, told me—and his sound judgment is universally acknowledged in this part of . tho country:—that Humo was a thorough bushtnan, nnd that,no blame whatever could properly rest witb him through the unsuccess ful issue of his attompt to rench Coopers Creek, as tho cause of his failuro is to bo attributed to the fact that tho chart which lie, tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

Special Advertisements. ; WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. " GO LDSB .ROUGH'S WOOL WARE HOOS15S, "MELBOURNE; : 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. \ BEG to ,announce to the-Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania; and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for the . Preoption aud Sale of Wool during the Season, and that ihey are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOURABLE TERMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to Loudon. Sales by Public Auction will beheld 011 each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will bo paid on the Tuesday following. • They act as Selling Brokers only, and con .. stituents may rely on their best- endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for. any Consignments with which they may be favored. . . Their extensive Warehouses liavo been constructed specially for the Storage and .;Display of Wool to the bust advantage, the Sample RooniB being lighted on an improved principle. The various R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

' •' IMPOUND)NOS. TEN-SfrM? Crkf.k.—On tho 5th day of Octobcr, 1875, from Carabobnla, by Eliot Heriot, Ksrj. ; sum (luo at dnto of notico set after cach auimal Brown mrirc, stnr and snip, scum near eye, hollow-back, It near shoulder, 11 near rump, broken-in, long pulled tail, aged, lfi^ bands. 8s Od, Also on the OthOctober, from Kinross, by Alex. Boss, Esq. Brown hone, llko KS near shoulder, like 0 "car thigh, collar and saddlo marked, white mnrks on back, long tail, aged, 15] bands, 0s .'id. Also, on tho 20th September, from Doodhi Cooma, by Henry Madden, Ksq, : re* advertised on account of error in brands :—Bay horse, star, like r.fj near shoulder, plccc out of near ear pulled tall, 4 years, 15$ bands, 10a 2d. To be Bold on tho <lth November. Tkn-mim: Cheek.—On tlic 14th day of October, 1875, from Cari>bobala, by Mr. Kliot Ilcriot; sum due at date of notico set after each animal:—Brown en tire, tan muzzle, like J P over like No, 05 near sltoul N(ler, long tail, 2 yoa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

- • Wool. ,Ay HASTINGS ~~CUNING-HAM AND CO., ;v 1 ; WOOTj-lBHOKBJjR'S,:j •STOCK--'AND • STATION AGENT?, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street West, '• MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrumbidgce, Lnclilan, and Darling :liatricts that wc arc prepared to make liberal advances on the moat favourable terms upon the Ensuino Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as wc strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wc have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. All Wools, &c. Coming forward coastwise, or by river s...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVALS. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

FOST OFFICE,WAGGA WAGGA. TlilB TABU!;' : " 'ovthk AUKIVA L AND DIvSPAXCII 01* .MA1IA Sj-i}»07.. , Inrcutta v Junco/.; .. ; VMS' .. . Denlltquin . Urana .. . . Hay. .. . Albury.. Cookamlina. CJaronfloh I' for 5}un,' Sfob, Two. Wert Tim. Fri"; Sat. a.m. a.m. a.m. a in a.m. "Tin" a.m. 0 4r r> 6 o 6 0 4fi n 4r> t> 0 fl 4f> 0 4f» 0 45 .0. 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 U 30 11 30 11 :wj 11 30 11 30 11 30 11 30 11 30 8 SO 8 30 s m 8 uo p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 ( 7 0 7 0 7. 0 7 n 7 .0 .7 0 0 so 0 30 IiEPAIlTtTltES Sun. Mon. Tue AVcd Tiiui ~Kr"i. Sat. Sydney.-.. Tarcutt* , . JunCQ J. .. VftSB r-, % .. DonlKqutn .. Urana .. ., Hay Naramlorii-. Aibnry.'." CooJmmJhm.. Clarowlon .. "» »15 5 . • ' 3 n 3 If. 10 -15 1 10 <J5 1 2 0 2 0 . a.m. i S'M, •3 lfi 10 45 10 45

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

APPROACHING LAND SALBS. Adklcnu—' ... Saturday, November 13; BaLKANAI.T)— ' • " : . "Wednesday, Novouiber 17. ;. V ,/« COIIOWA—• {•' { • V : /. \ I j Wednesday, November 17. . DeNJLIQUIN- ... .i. • ■ . , ip si >"■ iTuesduy, Nov. 10 j Wednesday, "Nov. 17/- - . GRENrJBtJi— /. .• , ... \y, . t . * \<Wcrluesdnyf November 17. . 1 1 1 ' ■ Gu.njuoai— . , . Fridoy, November 10; • • " Nay— Wednesday, Nov. 17. v > i : TuMur—i . ■ Wodnesdrty, Novon»ber:17. Uiuna- « Wednesday. November 17. ■ . / . Wahua Waooa.— • . . • Monday, Nov. 15. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

WASTTED. WANTED, TEAMS, TO CART PERMANENT WAY RAILS ■ v' ' :' FROM ;• . \ ■ GUNNING TO DOWNING. Rate: ONE SHILLING PELt TON PEE MILE. •A! &' R. AMOS, -. ."i' ' MaiuiCJnmp, Uowning.v . ' tan. I . ANTED, a BOY, accustomed to IIovscs, and ablo to Readand:Write, '.Apply; to A. G. JONES. XTTANTED, FOUlt BRICKLAYERS • ; YV • Apply to * C. ALLEN, . . Builder, Young.- ... WANTED, MEN, with TEAMS, either . horses or bullocks, to erect; 20 miles of Log-and-Chock-vEonciug ,atf Buddigower/ and{ Wallrtudrv. Stations; Apply .'to' XHOS; JILLE'lT, Moonoo Ponds, near Melbourne, or A. C. J1LL1ST LV oil tho Station..--f THOHAS JILLETT. ; tCft.C ' - WANTED^ TEAMS, r.to " draw/ Timber fromVtlio Currawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at tlio Mills. — •YTTANTED,'TJ3N ^oiV NAVVIES^, > V Is. per hour. Apply COOPER :& BELL, . Caro ot Hebdeu and Sons, Gogcldric. ' • ot.tftv -::yv; V:,': T'-i '■ ' WANTED, iPICIC ;:&V,SHOVOSDi JMENj'l on tho .Railway Works from Wagga to Yaas. i.0«j...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

1 ' RIVER' GAUGE. Showing tho,height, ofr the Murmmbitigco above summer Tcvel at Wngga AVagga.:— Ft. In. Novombcr2 (falling) : .. ,i G O

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DENILIQUIN CIRCUIT COURT. JONES V. PARKER AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

DENIL] QUXNVCIUCU1T OOUIIT. (By Our -Special Reporter.-) VJoiijss v. Paiikeu and anoti Tho plaintiff m this action was Aubcr George Jones of Wagga Wagga. The defcMlcnts.were Frederick Langloh Parker, of Quiamong, and WilliamTomkins, . of. South Merrowio station, on the Lachlan. Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Piyves, instructed by Mr. JTitzhardinge appeared, for plaintiff. Mr. Snlamons, instructed by Messrs. M'Carthy, Robertson, and Boyd, for : do . fendantB. Tho action-was brought to, recover damages for breacli of an agreement- to purchase the ^ v Merrowio station and stock thereon. f>' Mr. «I ones authorised Messrs. Wilkinson^ Hann. Minchin, and Co.,: to sell the South Merrowio Station with 8000 owes; or there abouts, C-tool-h,:ab3p3 por head, purohasedlaiid; and plant given in. Messrs; Wilkinson and Minchin, two of tho members of the firm, met Messrs. Parker and Tomkins at. Jerilderie < in July, 187-V >*nd offered the siation.and, stock to defendants. . After some negotiatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

ABSTRACT OFSALKS BY A UGTfON. Tills Day. — A. T. Bolton — Freehold property, . ? Australian Hotel, 2 o'clock.' ; - ; /, • nov. 4. —? .WlLKINBON, ilann,. MlNCJIIN, and Co, — Cattle,'Pastoral Hotel Yards, 2 o'clock. L November 10.—A. T. Bolton — Freehold property, 1 Australian Hotel, 2 o'clock. Novembor 10.—Wilkinson, Uaxn, Minuhin, ami ; Co.—Dnlry cattle, November 10.—G, Maiu — Draught horses, Pastoral Hotol Yards, 12 o'clock., ,. ,/; November 18.—Wilkinson, IIann, SIinoiun, and Co.—Freehold property, North Waggn, 3 o'clock. Nov. 21—Bnouk & BnouauTON—Station property; Biirrowrt-strect, Young, 12 o'clock.. Novonibor 25.— Wilkinson, Hann, Minoiiin. and Co.—Stcera, cowa, and heifers, Pastoral Hotel . Yards, 2 o'clock^. ; ^ . 1 . Docombcr 7.'-^-G.^A. Elliot—Pure Shorthorn; bulls • and draught stalllous, Wagga Wagga,

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CRICKET. W.C.C. V. N.C.C. SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

Cm.CiKET. w.C;C.- V; N. o.C. . Second Elevens. Amatoh between the Second Elevens of the above two clubs was played on Saturday, last, resulting in an.basy victory—iiione innings and 84 runs—for the former team, j Tho fielding of the Waggaites was very j creditable. Tho battin'g of, Aitfeck arid-Bax j was also good, and the bowling .of- Jaclcson I and Macktc straight. ; Tlie newclub's repre sentatives appeared to loso heart before the game M'lis half finished. Following is the. ■ score .— •■■■.. ■ . ■ ■ ! ! • W.C.C.—FjUST IKNINOH.' ; 1 ' ' ; Jackson, b "Wlilto.. , .V-~ 21 Chapman, b White- •;.'■>■ k:-i .. f> Mackio, b M'Dermott ' i";':' '.. .. '2 TugwcU, b M'Dermott ■*;. .. .. D fscrivon, o AVhlto, b M'Diirmott Thorno, b M'Dcrniott.... 7.. . .. Elworthy, cT. M'Dermott, b P. M'Dermott.. Phillips; b Stevenson- • 1 ..•; . • v.- 11' O'Brien, run out ]iax, not.out . .v>'" . Aflleck, o M'Dermott, b White - • . . : Uycs Leg byes • Total •127;? First Inniscih. ; i StovonBon, b Jacks...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

STOCK AND STATION UUPORTS. | ' SYDNEY, fe-.: Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin,; fc- i portWool.—1,277 bales offered,. 488 sold. ; The Bales of this iucck showed ho alteration ? from last week's prices, tho market jms, however assumed a more definite tone, buyers'ideas of values being better known. Faulty wools aro neglected. and for these very low prices will have to be accepted, but . good and free lots arc readily saleable at full •prices as:compared with late London sales. The sides. rangcd-r-For llecce lud to 18.|d ; greasy, 8d to lO.jd ; a few lots super, I0?d to J Id; sconrcd, 33d to 18il ; nothing very gobd sold. Sheepskins.—For these there ' was a more ready sale than at the last two i sales, and the market must he quoted a i shade firmer. The prices realised were— For best, C<1 to 8d j medium, od to 5j|d; pelts and short wool, 3d to 5d. We cleared onr catalogue ,of 25 lots, Hides—4,287 offered, 2,»48 sold . With the exception of prime conditioned heavy hides, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: • ■ ' Australian Joint Stock "Brink, Fitzmaurice street. - — - Commercial Bank, Gurwood-streefc PHYSICIANS-AND SURGEONS; Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital Erasmus Wren, Tichborno Buildings , John Fonsworth, Criterion Hotel,OFitz maurieo-streot William Large, Gunvoocl-street T. Hillas, Australian Hotel. , . SOLICITORS : Fitzhardingo and Sons, Excliango Buildings, Fitzmaurice-sticci ■T.R.Garland;<Fitzmaurice-strcct ARCHITECTS: P. II. Nixon, Trail)-street J. Gordon, Gnnvood-street G. Shcpperdj Criterion'Hotel Buildings STOCK,. STATION; AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : Wilkinson, Hanu, Minehin; and Go.; Fitz • inaurico-strcet' ■' ' Oliver and Tompson; Fitzinaurieo-stroot G. A. Elliot (P., II., and Co.), Fitzmaurice street • ' Geo. Mail- (E., E., .and Co.jJ^Fitzmaurieo Street > ■ '■■■ ,■■■■.. rr :■,■■■ , ■ , , A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, iHcpbnrn, and Co.), Fitzmaurico-streot - LAND AGENT : John Bontloy,'Fitzmaurioo-street' " CHEMISTS : H. J. William...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

SANDHURST. .Messrs.'-lPowers, Rutherford, and Co. re* port :—Fat Cattle—.407 j'arded, being all from the immediate neighbourhood. Nearly : one-half:were stores,'and disposed of ns such. Notwithstanding the short supply of beef, prices,owing to, the absence of country buyers, showed only a slight improvement on last week's rates. We quote beef at from 20s to 278 Cd per lOOlbs, and have sold 210 head mixed sexes for Messrs. Neilson, Harry, Collard, Gamble, E. Watt, J. Naughton, ami others, at full market rates. Fat Sheep —4957 penned, consisting generally of good useful mutton, nothing specially prime. The demand throughout was fair, at fully last week's rates. We quote—Wethers, 10s to 15s; ewes, 8s to 12s ; and have sold 716 for Messrs. C. Fisher, W. M. Walker, and others, afc quotations. >

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

VA'SS. ' ]' Messrs. 'Jones. and Brougbton report Fat cattle.—None to hand, and few offering prime, t .We quote bullocks, £0. to JB7 ; cows, £5 to" ;G5 10s. Storo Cattle.—The demand is increasing for bullocks of; suitable ages for ■ . paddocks, but,; buyersnre . not disposed , to purclinse at last' year!s rates, and , holders of this class of ssock are not disposed to' give •way.: ;\Ve quote! bullocks,-£4 15s to £5; steers, £3 to,£3 10s; cows, £2 15s to £3 ' 10s; ' Fat Sliecp.—We have no sales to re port, and no lots coming forward prime. All > ton'hand ave inferior; We quote I2s to'.13s in the. wool. Store Sheep.—Wo have no . sales to. report, but will offer this week a prime , lot of: owes in« wool; and; Iambs. Horses.—We sold several' lots at our yardis and privately, rat, from .£21 to £3. Prime liorses:and fit'for Sydney market are in great request, andj we"liave several buyers for horses of a'good stamp. Our sales'of furni ture, carts, saddles, etc., went off, well. -

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MOAMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

, MOAMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Ave nro enjoying a most, beautiful season down hero, vegetation being in a state of, grcafcltixurianee. • Stock, are therefore in fine : condition, and the harvest prospccts en couraging; the 'wheat crops ' predict an ,, abundant yield. Hay-making' has already commenced, and the farmers aro well satisfied with the returns. It is now acknowledged on all sides that this is a first-class wheat-grow-• ing district, and it only requires a mill on this;. side to enable the selectors to give their indi vidual attention to that particular industry, As matters at present, stand there are not sufficient numbers to keep a mill in constant , work, consequently they have to convoy their produce over the river, upon which they have to pay a duty of. ninepence a bushel: a tax.:, which prevents tlieni competing with the Vic torian buyers. "What is required to placo such a state of matters on a better footing, is to throw open fcho land for sale and selection; ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Vrito Waggft Wagga Band will play Itlta following programme on Thursday evening, at Newtown, on the piece of waste ground next to Messrs. Forsyth and: Co.'s store 1-^-Quickstep—-" Write me a' lotter from Home." 2—Quadrille—Early in the Morning," (Ch. Ooote.), 3-TYalse—" Song of Songs," (C. Cootbj jiinr.): 4—Polka— " Theresa," (Tilliard.) • 5-± " Auld .• Lang Syne." G—Galop—"PHrico. Imperial," (Coote.) " God Savo .the Queen." With reference to the suggestion made in a previous issue; : that the briud should: play: on • the groiiud below the bridge, we arc informed by the bandmaster that they have a good many difficulties to contend within thowayofgettiug a good place whereon to play. As an instance, we may mcntiou that they applied to be allowed to play ou the Wcsleyan Church Ileservo, next the Post Office, but were re fused the permission they asked. The de ! sire of the Band is to make the Thursday evening performances as popular as possible, and with this view they ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, OCT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 November 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOC 1ATliD PllliSS Th'LVURAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. , . .... LONDON, Out. 2S. ' The Cnnadiun, 4i :por.,,cent. loan of £1,500,000 bus been subscribuci ;to the extent of oyer £2,500,000. Tbe amount required has'been allotted at an aver, ago price, of £99. LONDON, October 30. Tbo Prince of Wales has orabarked from Suez for Iudia. The Duchess of Edinburgh has given birth to a daughter. The St. Petersburg!) Official Gazette distrusts the promises of the Turkish Government as to reform, and declares that tbe leading Enroponn powers must tako steps to utrongthen confi deuco, and eud, at onco, the bud con dition of Christians in Turkoy. SYDNEY, Tuesday Niciiit. A hot wind, with dust storm, lins been raging1 all day. Extensive bush Bros nro burning outeido tho suburbs. The Pelican Hotel, in Oxford-street, has boon partly burned. A man who ; was working on the roof fell into the street, and was killed. i The firo engines have gone out to ; Fairfield, where a large firo is re...

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