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THE LAKES' ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

TIE L;AKES' ENTR'IANCE. We have, in our local columns, re ferred to the fact that on Tuesday evening the president of the Shire Council received a telegram roni' 'Mr. Allan M'Leon stating that Sir. Bryan O'Loghlen had give'n notice of hlis intention the fol!owing (yesterday) oeven ing to more, for leave to introduce a bill to provide for the Lakes' Entrance works. This, at any rate, appeared satisfactor;y, and we were about to con gratulate the district that now, nt least, all fears were dispelled respecting the Premier's sincerity, when we found by the reports of the parliamentary pro ceedings that the long-looked-for mea sure is jumbled up with the erection of new state schools, the completion of the Parliaminit Houses, the new Law Courts and other works. It really appears as if the Premier were playing fast and loose with Gippsland and its members, and instead of all our fears being dis armed, it remains for all to be alive and watchfnl.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE GRAIN SALES. Tuesday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

M[EIIOU iRNE GRAIN SALES. Tuesdny, August '22 M[ossrg. Evorellclnot1 Groentleld tI n Cnrter report :-\\'o held ni snill snob of graIn to~day aot the corn exchlnoge, nod plceed nil the linen ow nttlred att prices quite equal to thone oiditujetd it week ao.~O iSoioe good itilling wheat otlicied by nuction thl is miorning lalled to find reldy bloyers Ieon7li l 7ot Ioosen nou de.. W\ e il1 NOW 1 ilo I IIt 11in lo11 bgs 11f ontlii~it it to motiafaotory pIrige nlotilti lt its i u ittlo, Flehut' barge pi 11 ase." 14 t l t 111'110 1111\'1 tina tis. mornitig the Itighonst 1illwi .i1tl it .Iw ebfr to tlr't~ehn li: rnl Witt J17i1 11n I ,lii. \uW Iltoil11 sl n vuttil at l I i 1 .'n lt5r tinl otto1l, T'lhy du. nand for bran and pollard has slackened and prices have slightly receded. Oats are by no means brisk. We sold a few hundred bags of. common feed at 4s Id to 4s lid, stout feed to 4s 3Bd. Malt ing barley we have quitted at 5s 3d, and for feed qualities we still quote. 5s. Alaize.-We sold a ...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

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TRIAL TRIP OF THE TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

TRIAL TRIP OF THEI TAIBE, Thle le stle( mer Talabo, OwneOd by Mlessrs. Swarn liand Matalpile, and which has been built and wholly fitted with her macnhinery in this district, will make her trial trip to-day, the river Tambo, after which she ines been notmed, being appro priately selected as the stream on which the trial will take place. The stemner will leave the Bairnsdnle wharf at nline o'clock, and the spiritcd owners extend a general invitation to. all the residents who are interested in the progress and prosperity of the port of Unirusdale, to take passage by their now venture and enjoy a trip up the beautiful Tainho river. 1?\ understand that all preparations have beetn made for the comfort and con vonionce of th e. c'irsionists, and as Messrs. Swan and Macalpino announce that luncheon and light refreshments will be supplied, we feel certain that there will be no scarcity of creature conm forts, It is reasonably expected that a largd number will present themselvesr for embnrka...

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AN ATTEMPT TO MURDER ARCHBISHOP GOOLD. [ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

AN A'ITE;IPT TO IURJIIDEI AIICII IBISHOP GOOLD. [Aenus.] A most deliberate attompt upon the life of Archbishop Goold, the well.known pro. late of the Roman Catholic Church, was mado last Monday afternoon by P. A. C. Farrell, a solicitor practising in lMelbourne. The feeling of enmity of which this smur. derous attempt is the outcomeo appears to have originated in an equity suit instituted by O'Farrell against thile archbishop about 18 years ago, concerning certain property of which O'Farrell considered the archbishop Iad swrongfully deprived him. After this O'Farrell left the colony, and remained absent till a few months ago; but the feel ing of enmity against the archbishop, on. gendered by the litigation, appears to have increased during his absence until it be came the. one absorbing contra of his thoughts, and retaliation the one object to which he devoted his energies. About half-past 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon, Archbishop Goold, wiho resides in Ware street,' Brighton, was t...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Monday August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

(minoe OOR OWN CORRnrSPONDENT.) Monday August 21. Mr. James Stirling, the land officer at Omeo, has been instructed by the Lands department to examine and tlake an exhaustive report on the marble deposits known to exist at the Lime stone, about 30 miles from Onreo. His report will be anxiously looked for, as, should it prove favorable and the marble be of the quality and in the quantities it is reported to be, there is a grand future for Omeo from this source alone. Apropus of this. I notice your contem poraries, the O. and Ml. Advertliser and the Albur .Banner, lhave printed articles advocating a line of railway up the valley of the Murray to Tintalaran, and from thence to the marble locality. In. urging this, they say that it is only 20 miles from Tintalara to where the marble is in large quantities. This is all very well from their point of view, but surely it is hardly the thing to use the re sources of one district for the purpose of gotting railway conmunicstion to anl other. ...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

Latest InteOligence, [Br ELEc RIo TELEGRAPI ] (FRoM OUR OW1 CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, . -Wednesday Night. James Miller, an employd.of Messrs. Oakley, Adanms and. Co., wine mer chants, as suburban traveller, was sen tenced to. three -months this morning for embezr.ling various small sums from the firm. A miner named Patton, employed in a mine at Fryerstown, had his head dreadfully crushed by the mining ma chinery this morning, which resulted in instantaneous death. The libel action of Reay-v. W. IM. Clark, M.P., one of the proprietors of the IVilliamnstoivn Advertiser, was con cluded to-day. A verdict for the plaintiff was given, damages £100. A young man named WVm. Bray, who was recently married to a woman much older than himself, was sentenced this morning to three months for violently assaulting his wife, and ordered to find securities on his release for his good behaviour. Dr. Beaney has offered a diamond bracelet for yachts nominated by ladies for the Albert Park Regatta next m...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE OMEO SHIRE PRESIDENTS ALLOWANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

Na lll Iritl~ uWAU1,llr, Nitl" ,-~Iiti "lyr h'IIIMI Iyl~l~r L will inorl s *uutttuiuuitiuutiut I tuttuuit it til t t)ittltt'l~r Itt 1114 111 1lultulli, tut,,iui 11111 lilly I1I ulttguytl . uulblluluuut I itultutulrtYI ailultllsl~ tIltuuutIC l Ii)) t lt' Iiitttt'uiluuilii tiuu ivll lt lI1III tuu tI t(p * l ututuiu, tyuuuBui plgos of mental angulsll when a man (th latchet of whose shoe he is not worthly to intie, whose character he has wanltollly, thoughl fruitlessly, endeavored to vilify by illllcdoes which are well worthy tile source from which tihe sprung) takes the opp)or tuoity to explail away mlatters which your correspondent would make appear a sink of iniqoity, tholugh in reality the (head nsl front of 31r. Coooinghrnt's olfending was his omission to invit tlhis literary genius to par lakeo of the telight of the preeidential allow ance. On this head rerb arp. As to the local bank clerks, ?c., they are well able to look after theolmselves. Iowover, I collnsider this a fair oppo...

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

TIlE WAll IN E:(;.Yl', CAGE CAfLE.OROAN. LoN?ON, August 20. Th?le Britilsh squadtron which proceeded to Port Said consisted of fivo men or war and sevoutrctn trallslporto, carrying tho troops unider thl personaO|l connind of oGeneral Sir (;nret \\'olsouloy. I)uring the night a strong (letach l ct nuas innded, wmich, after disarming thlUe entire native npoihntion, proceeded to fortify the luropoau qtuarlter. 'h'lo worlk was calr riled on rapidly, iarlhworks Iheing tlrown up) inlI guitin ittounihtil, so thait before tile day broke thu ltriish were stroglhy eln trunL'hIe!d ill ti townL. I)uring thiUe daily)' Sir (Itirnett Wloluhey caused thie gover intr of th, town, wh; Iohad iete depioe.' iy the itisurgelito whin tlhuy took thu piln e, to L.u rini tatd in the Ih leive's Ihurtl O,-itj1i 1iu It" iI t' (Iii 'llu llhlhti l l iIt IPortL S litl was Ilec'mplnl dished, ,ir l;tI'lnt. t \\Wtoh'vl des'atch'hd nt ,plrtson of his troolIs lion thi Sutt. ('ani, with o'der' toD Itko1 pomt'' ioi i if ...

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Melbourne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION—500 Shares at 10s. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

Melbourne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. First Horse ..................... .100 Second Horse..................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters ........................... 80 Non-starters ..................... 20 Address, enclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EXILE," care of L. A. BERNDT. BRirnsdal: ? MELBOURNE CUP, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each:.. First Horse........................ £100 Second Horse .............:... 60 Third Horse ................... 40 Starters divide .................. 80 Non-starters ..................... 20 Less 10 per cent. commission. Address,-by letter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if cheques with exchange added, to '!Peeping Tom,' care of W. H. Rayner," Main-street, Bairnsdale. Melbourne Cup Consullta tion, '~2. (I00~ MEMBERS at £1 each. 208 S Prizes. - First horse, £1500; second horse. £000; third horse, £300; other starters (divided), £1000; snon-starters (di vided)...

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WATTLE BARK CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

WA'TrMI BAIRiK CU IITURIE. The great attention which has recently boon given to the question of the feared exhaustion in tl:o supply of wattle bark, and the desirability of cultivating the wattle will probably cause the following extract from the Bega Guazette to be road with interest :--Wattle culture has now assumed the position of an industry in these colonies. Hitherto stripping andl chopping the bark of the trees was all that was required to make a profit, nature did the rest, and now that nature's generous stores are exhausted, something more is required, and wattle culture will henceforthi ie an Australian industry. The requirements of trade lmust be supplied, and Australian wattle bark has become a necessity, both in the colonies 'and" elsewhere, it therefore be hores us to restore, by judicious planting, the natural groves which we have ex hausted. It has been shown that the cultivation of the wattle will yield ia handsome return, and it is a fiict that the wattle tree will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

*1. M~ucitrthur & (Co., , ATT'IE, SA1L,1SMlEN, lovermnl?lt .A11(t1 Io111'1'1'r, SV¥a1lunrn s antd .Arlhlfltors, Yuillh1 t and uItl Au tt I trolero, ANID (ENH'IIAlI ('OIiIdRION A(IINTH. A UOTIO''l)N HA-I?I of OATT'LTIE, II0RSI,?, PUid , PROrDUOII, LAND, Ao., hold oirwy SA'T'Ultl)AY it our Y-nle in M'Mllhm-.hrlot, I*IAInIIanIn , ial IauvrTnai tho lunt 'Thurhi Ion Lnoh llonth, ind l?t otAI,,, hl 4vva ?lu d ut!Arutrrolw wh couIlitanitloetdl to dlo so. Account BSlon aontd uaIh loroeod. paid tovr llluntttl oly hlt . tl0'r cotntllldLx Our Aentt it lintthol it Mro, John Ar. IBAl ION PtWF Al l ANNUlrl Horse Parade, O Ult ANN lh . ? 1101410K AI'AI,\ O of Itlon l nlld l) itught I ltittr ,, Brood Ihll'it, tlllt thu It 'roui v of tout', t illt It bloldl at au' Halu Ynd. lu" IIlrlnrnl~dnll o 11 8alurdllyl, ?l~ Nlt ilalh,111?1' ,\t l!11,11 n .m lthrp, Owntrir wilt ploaol f orw?inl to our ntillu thu uotitrla, it~tli, 1oihtprovur titti ittutriutt hi trhloh thu i hnitto1 tint to onir1', II1 o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

airnsdtale Ulub 1otel BA1 RNS)DA IE. rlliS lperorl . Ilotl afforola uInPlo. _| lc'unnlllllollntin o forl'I'O uiateH . Co(llutner'? 1:h gntnlem'n mul Fuamilies, Vlnito.s 1o tih' iadla ral o H IIe oie of vOVry cono vollooce sid I il?lT 'lnltlli]ll. ColalodlllLou l'rivatt Sit.t ing lRooms. Colblorola) Ilool0l. SanOll lloouto . 1 llihard lloom. Hot 011 Cold lI\Ith. Good Stilong.. WiineR and SpirtR, lost quoIolty. Convoynlce mioot all the stCeaiLore. TIIOS. ITIUGGAN, Propriotor (Latot of tiho Oritorlo I Hotol, Sale.) con A~ND c,',s Royal Mail Coaches. L AIC ,I l)lulgan'o hlteIl, lIalrnoltllll, for Silo at 1(1 l.e, doly, Slunday exoOlttll. lRturln faro, 15 . I, T.1)uAIO, Agoilt. ItOllltl'1'SON, WA1NI'it & 00. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Rnnin q n c, nwemtih with Colbl ?J. 0*, L T:AVYI ta. looking otlle. BatLi 's l iotl. I.\IItuatIAlrlu. for IlIRUTIIITN lind I n. nlne dlato plaoes lltly, taitilaya niild Sui davii ttxlepted, ait 8 p.,lOl on rrlvlil of inoolh Iobnt 0alh. On...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, August 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

T'he Advertiser. PUHII|Dr) .VErY. TUI'.SDAY, TIIUIlBDAY Aln SATIIDAY MOIIINlOI. Ilirntaedtle. Thllrsday, Aulual 24, 1882. T'.sc firlst meecting of the iairnsdsle shlire counnll after the munlnicipl elections will ho hold this tany weekl anld as on that occasion the imotion of whichl Councillor Goold has give no.tice, proposing to salnrnto tlhe offices at present held Iby the shire secretory, will be bronght under the cnshsideration of the coullnOcil, we think the 'present il opportune thieo for con tinning the rmnarks we felt constrained to oenilsence on the lorning of the eolection. On tIhe 10th inst. we poinlted out that the adoption of the course pro posed hy Councillor Goold wolhl neither he attenlded by economy nor efeiocey, and the more this question is considered, the lore pialpableh does it becolmo that literally spkelcing the proponln of Onuo sillor Goold is is tIhe direction of extra , . .... . ulll b .... n 1, It Is true tlhatt the mnotiou ooltoeplhtes :t savi\Lg of £030 ...

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Commercial. LAND AND PROPERTY SALE. Wednesday, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

Commercial. LAN]) AND PROPEVRTY SALE. Wednesdo l, Auget 2:1. Mwoom, A. MAAAtrnlutt nmid Co. rport: At our rooms tod·ly wo sold for IR. U. Mor lI nou, Enq , ifi ouros of suburban land, In Comeo tory Ln,,o, from £8 His to £11 10 por norea nvoroing i ftls 0d1. 'Iwo allotmnonts in M1nolood atroot, Uolrnslanlo, broughth £2 ios por foot, nud two allotmolot nt the wharf ronllsod £2 potr foot. For theu dooor'l roeldonoo nod tholand on whloh it in treoted (in extent los thoun a quarter of al noro) £i$O0 wla ofolrod and rofusod. 1'To othor loin woro pniend in.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

GENERAL NEWS. The Education department has re- ceived an intimation that diptheria has broken out in the State schools at Hamilton, the only sufferer at present being   a female scholar. The head teacher is   now on leave, and the assistant in charge will receive instructions if the matter is serious to close the school. It is also stated that diptheria has broken out at Penshurst. Tihe Age., Sandhurst correspondent, writing under Monday's date, says: The engine drivers at the Nil Desperan dum Compnny are on strike, on account of the manager wanting them to work 12 hours per dcay. The Engine Drivers' Associntioni intil calling the Minister's attention to this infringement of. the not.-The two men, Emery and King, clharged with stealing a number of saws and other articles, valued at '£iG, from a general dealer named 'Gibson, received a sentence of three months imprisonment each. Captain Adams, Who owns a small station near: Seymour; narrowly escaped being po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 August 1882

Melbourne Cup, 1882. r..' CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. First Horse .................... . .100 - Second Horse ..................... GO Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters .................... ..... 30 N'on-starters ..................... 20 Address, enclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EXILE," care of L. A. BERnx DT. lairnsda l?' MELBOURNE CU2, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each. First Horse.............. ......... £100 Second Horse ......:;......... . 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters divide .................. 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 Less 10 per cent. commission. .. .. Addree , by letter only, enclosing-stamps or P.O. orders, or if cheques with exchange .,\ added, to "Peeping Tom,"'care of W. H. iBAjner, Main.street, Bairnedale. - ef . - llbolnrnem Cup Consnllta tion, 'S2. 6000 I.EMBERS at £1 ebch. 208 Prizes. - First hors, £1500; second borle. £000: third'horse, £300; other starters (divided). £1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 August 1882

ANTED b. y steady, youdg.Jouorney ;VV:' man, employment in Sacddler's shop. Apply to No,.G. Pelhnui-street, Crlton, I61t bournom.' ., T77ANTED,' o afnalECdOk 'oe general yv' "SERVANT. AlIply"'MIi 'J CAL.' VERT Lindenoo-. ? V T T0O 'CARRIERS.-"Wanted; TE:AMS to " deliver, sawn timber at l3airnsdale and Stratford." Aldly t Carron Sawmills, Delvinc, Fernhank 'a~?, 9'XIi 1 T°O LET, an `ttiee , si Servicc-street, or, I if dirtred; souitablie remises for n small business would be erected :i Full iiiformnationi on application' to -I.'ZEIoc S.'.." " S"B]Rai alldallle lPlollglilln ' NOTICE TO COMIPETITORS. ENTRIES for the various events will i& Sreceived ulp to 8 o'clock oer the morn-i ing of tie iatch. '" •" ID:'C.'MACLEOD; Seeretary. Chillstit ot E?ll?ranll tziarTl: Entertainiiiment at Sarsfield. A N flNTERTIl AINMENT will be givdnin. ' thde. Stnte :Scool, Sarsfieldr?iiiRsid of the Church 'of "England' Bazant fund, ne?' TnRnsDAY evening,the 31'stinst:;'conimen:' iug 7.30. Admission...

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BAIRNSDALE COUNTY COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26TH 1882. (Before his Honor Judge M'Farland.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 August 1882

BAIRNSDALE COUNTY COURIT. SATURDAY, A'oGSTr 26TH 1882. (Before his Honor Judge Mf?Farland.) Verdicts for the amounts claimed to gether with costs were given in the fol lowing undefended cases :-Laird v. Calvert, £2 3s 6d and £2 costs; Ait ken v. Quail, £4 19s lid and £3 is costs; Evans v. Cross, £2 17s 6d and £2 costs; Yates v. Woodley, £12 11s and £2 4s costs ; Vogtv. M'Kinnon, £,2 18s and £2 13s 6d costs. Ah alah and another v. Wm. Black. -In this case, plaintiffs sought to re cover the value of some opium, which had been entrusted to defendant's care as general carrier, for con veyance to Omeo. The opium was lost at Little River, and it was contended that plaintiffs were entitled to payment for it. The defendant not being present, and the opium having been sworn as worth £57, a verdict was entered for that amount. and £8 10s costs. Curtis v. Morrison.-Mr. Kelleber for plaintiff, Mr. Greene for defendant. Mr. Kelleher was about to refer to the stage the case had reached at the las...

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[ARGUS CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 August 1882

S" '.: oL DONooe, .August 26. -:.The Epyptians are demoralised by.tile recent successes of the British carms, and are not likely 'to make a tand. until the towln of Zaigazig ;is .reaclietd.It is statedl ;tht the Pote lihts e:pressed 'the desire that ? Arsabi,' instead. of,!ibeing treated as a rebel," should.: merely be: sutnmoned to subinit to the Kihedive. -A third army division is being'nmobi lised .at Aloershot to be ini readiness, should "further troops. be needed for service in. Egypt.-Russia, it' is' saide seeks an assurance that Great Britain will submit the final solution of' the Egyptian Question, to the de cision of the European powers. A British despatch boat has been at tacked by Arabs at Serapeum.-In the recent engagements between the British and the Egyptians the latter lost heavily, tihe number amounting to 400 killed and wounded. The British loss was nine privates killed and 30 wounded. Eighty railway carrisges, loaded with provisions, and containing a number of Remi...

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