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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3RD, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TurttEoDe, Dt:oettnlo 9015, 1930. Prreettt-Cre. Hhtette3 (ciotinrinoo), Cllien, O'Don tellO,'ntcthhe, ]ee, itootiotec, Iorofoll a ot i tootolt. The minutes ofttie pirerieos meetingwcre reld :fail The health officer at Miceurn (Dr. Ahr.toooochi) re pa·rtetl as follurrs:- Sino e illy Iost report Mildon Ihon enjoyed romplete immittottity front eidemhiie or contagions diiseaeoo. The ettrtl etite of Itnoatlt wan good, ndi too comtplaints Moretur10c reganritgt s.otitnry orrtoemento.o. Stilt t!tere aretoe atints whio h I sltomthel like to btring Ibefore the tnbnortie jon totprtettt ttite welfare, not oniye of Iidoet, hot of ftilthe Ipele alooi g the riter inat for oowey from ity coronero eed their curiosity. The onavigation on thie Morry is ertainly at y eretre a t'lttt.lot t souce of Iolluting the water,-ttcr ll thle ste liners ete opetn clotets, by wnhielh the evacr0 tioas ore dischareged dtirectlr jonto the water. Tie damtter certainlv incrcases oenteu the steeo e...

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THE TUTCHEWOOP CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

THE TUTCHEWOOF CHANNAEL. At the mceting of the dire council on 'rTuesday last, the followihi report on the above work was snbmittl by the sub committoee: We have the honor to rte rt that on the 15th lilt. we visited and linspected the works at Lake Tutchewc , and found a magnificent sheet of wnat in the lake; the stream was flowing in tie channel 2ft. Sin. deep near the head. The breach in the bank had not materdily changed, Iwhile the channel banks cSustructed lv Mr. Vains did not seenm to Pe affected at all. The water was escaping through Mr. Willis' land, and thence naeross the main road for a considerable distance. It had flooded five or six acres of Incerne, which Mr. Willis had sown a mionth prreviously, anid several acres of his grass land. The flooding on the road is only for a ldepth of Sit. to 4in., but it naturally makes the ground Iboggy, and prevents heavy teams going to thei Mystic Park railway station. We have had a line of tolerably safe road ilmarked oult with poles...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE IMPERIAL FEDERATION LEAGUE. THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. GERMANY AND RUSSIA. LORD ROSEBERY ON FEDERATION. MR. H. M. STANLEY. LONDON, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

LA TEST CABLEGRAMS. THE IMPERIAL FEDERATION LEAG LH. THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. GERMANY AND RUSSIA. LOUD I1OSEBERY ON FEDERATION. 31R. II. . STANLEY. (riton ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS). Loxnox, Nov. 29. The speech recently made by the Earl of Rosebery, president of the Imperial Federation League, at the annual meeting of that body, in which lie advocated federation after the method adopted in the United States of America, is adversely criticised on all hands, the proposal being regarded as impracticable. Sir Graham Berry considers that Lord Roseboery's speech will practically bring abont the break up of the Imperial Federation League. Nov. 30. Pope Leo XIII., who is stated to be earnestly anxious to bring about a settlement of the Irish diffieulty, and who was lately reported to have ex pressed a wish that the whole matter should be referred to his arbitration, has decided to send another delegate to Ireland to enquire into the condi tion of the country and report to him as Monsign...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

Amusements. STATE SCHOOLS ANNUAL PICNIC EXCURSION TO KOONDROOK, On 'I'UESDAY, DECEM1BER 10, 189, Which date has been proclaimed a P'UBLIC HOLIDAY. Trams leave Korang 10.80 a.m. and 6 p.m. and leave KIoondrool on the return ;L journey at 3.l5anid 9.40 p. m. Fares: Adults, 2s. 61.; Children undcr 15, Free. An Excursion Train to catch the Tramn to Koondranlk will leave SwaIn Hill at 8.30 a.m., retnining from Kerang at 5.10 p.m. Fares-Front Swan Ilill to Kerang (re turn), adults s.; from Mylstic Park to Kerang (return), adulnts 2s. Gd. Children cFree. For excursion arrangements on Pyramid 11ill line see future adverlisentent. Arriangements have been made with the owners of the steamer Iotlhbury to run excursions on the river from the Koondrook awharf during the day. lReturn fares (steamer only), adults, Is.; lchildrenII, Od. iBht£'ot.. ca..... tamned froitm iibiiers (if LhofCriuW Advice, or the undersigined, D. W. WILLIAMSON, Correspondent, Board of Advice 368. MOONLiGhT ! MOONLIGHI T! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

Trcdo Addcsessa. MIE WBOLESALE TW3D CUSTI.NG ILTL INGCO if : TWEEDS' COATINGS TWFEEDS -COATINGS TWEEDS .COATINGS TWEErDS COATIINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE rind FANCY SERGES. BLUEJ an1 FANCY SFRGES. Blue and, Fancy Serges. AND E:'ORMOU3 STOCK. OUR OW1N TIMPORTJING. r HlE Assortment of SPRIN I an .L SU.111!El GOODS is beyond douht the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large etaff of thc Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTOItA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. AYL WOOL TwtD sur-o 2 eO order), -ils. NR ITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months, .1. 'P. NIIDDLETON, General Mtan ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND IIABITM1'KEll' IIGS Repectfully to notify e public of KEantr and Ditrict that le bas contnenced business as a Tailor and Habit Maker at Welingtoi Street, Kerng, andi vstritatte ntion to business, al geuaratee as to perfect tit, hopes to smine a fair prIopor tion of public jatrionage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEC. 3RD. Present—Crs. Hughes (president) Cullen, Hastings, O'Donnell, Yeo and Dunstan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEC. 11D. Present - Crs. hughes (president) Cullen, Hastings, O'Donnell, Yeo and Dunstan. ''The minustes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ACCOUsNTs. The finance conumittec reconunonded payment of accounts as follows:-Gencratl £487 10s traus-mway, .t10. 13s 91. The recossmmendation was adopted. (Crs. lHorsfail and P'atchell took their seats.) REI'ORTS. The treasurer (Mr. illaiiue) reported the shire general account was overdtrawni £1Ci is 1d, the sust of £121 10s 7d having Ibeen credited since last repolrt ; that No. .2 ae count wasoverdrawn .C£11 is 7i, and loan account lhad a credit balance of £29 1s 10id lReceived. The rate-collectlor (r. J. O'Connor) re ported as followrs :-I have thie honor to report having received the following amounsts for rates during the month ending 130th November : -East Loddon Rliding, cur rent, £9 13s ; arrears, £18. West Loddlon, current, £21 8s; arrears, VtS is. Lower Murray, current, £9 7is; arrears, ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

'ublished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLIEMENT. J'FRIDAY, DECEMBER E 6, ISS9. WVITIHIELD.-Reports of proceedings at the Kerang Licensing Court, Police Court, Tragowel Plains Trust, and the adjourned meeting of the Marquis Hill Irrigation and Water Supply Trust are crowded out of the present issue. STATE SCHOOLS PICSNIC.-The State schools annual picnic, as already an nounced in these columns, will take place at Koondrook on Tuesday next, 10th inst., when special trains will leave Kerang at 10.30 a.m. and 0 p.m., returning at 3.45 and 9.40 p.m. The Chief Secretary having declined to appoint the day a public holiday, the services of Mr. J. H. M'Coll, M.P., were broughlt into requisition, with the result that a special meeting of the Executive was held on Wednesday at Government House, and the holiday authorised as desired. The procla mation will be gazetted to-day. The attention of school teachers is particu larly directed to the fact that the. day will bIe a public holiday, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

WEDDnNG.-An interesting ceremony took place on Tuesday last at HIoly TIrinity Clhunrch, Kew, when Mr. W. M1. \Valldell, of Sandhurst, well known in Kerang, whero he resided for a number of years, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Ada Littleton, eldest laughter of our late universally orespected townsman, .Mr. Thomas Littleton, J.P1'. After the ceremony the happy couple left for Ballarat, where they will spend their honeymtoon. Mr. and Mrs. Waddell's numerous Kerang friends join in wishing them every happiness. TERANG AND KooxnnooiK TRAWnvAY.-It is elsewhere notified that on Tuesday next, 10th inst., the date of the State schools picnic, the ordinary service on the above line will be suspended, trams running instead as per time-table advertised. Ex cursion tickets are obtainable from the members of the Board of Advice. Goods and ordinary passenger traffie w-ill be carried on at the usual rates. GIrT DtsTmsnu'rtox.-We have been requested to state that tihe drawing in c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 December 1889

The Turf. GANNAWATRRA ANNUAL RACES. ]OXI?C I)AY, Olni I)ECI3MDEIIE, 1880 711: oll progrIamnmeof the (inre:varra i a es , e tt n ¶Ititi ".f 2utith, anti Itir:ti lhlewarver" of 27th November. 1V1. IUTCKL.\ND, lIon. Scc. Knondrook, 23rd November, 18811. 01987 Tihe Stud. O STAND this- Senson at thle Owner's fainm, ltenljeroop, tine well-known Clydh slia!' Staiiinlli R.OCC)FORD CHIAMPION 'Temln-- :1ares led, .£1; p docked, .0 10n. Half when stinted. alnlaC whenlc mare prnt* i in hral. Gutnranten giver if desired. flares viIt at Giarden's Livery Stables at 2 p.m. every Fridai. f. KELLY, Blenjeroop. TO STAND TIS SEASON, at I I, I illhert lub Hotel, Keatng. thie ilitnl Ilorie. EMERALD, V c Octli. Iy Horroir ( byy.). li Wili ti iyivrell (in l11er ilajeatyi stud atl 11anmpti it( "urt) t;idiit, enny Lilnt. Lt' Sttr__an (imp.). post l;1 maimeos in Eng. lInl. anot tea- well-known in the Weateni-t list riet :1s 1in-tlg stome g irand aron country lorsee. This liase is getting some getni vt ckwh. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

Legal. CONNELL7 AND TATCHF LL SOLICPTOR.S. CONVEVANCERS, PIOCTORS ANDI) LEGAL AGENTS WELLINGTON ST., IIEANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, stums of £100 and upwards, on Freehold or Grown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sunm, on Freehold Security. Mr Win..). Rlogers Davidson, our managing !erk, may be consulteddaily, between ii .m ndl p.m., at anoove address. Private address - Cadusch's Commercial IHotel. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. ('emnbers :-T. S. IlonDAY: C. FmNm, KuE NEDY; MYiEs O'llesurx.) SOLICITORIS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORlS & ATTORNEYS. WELLNGTON STREET, KERANG £47,000 TO LEND, in varions sums, On Freehold and, Leasehold Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. T RE Oflice is under the personal manage ment of "IYLES O'IRIIIEN, above named. Private addrsess-CULLEN'S HOTEL. 9527 Traoe Addresses. 5eC KEWPSON C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, AROCITEOT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR. Scoresby STREET, KERANO. Eetinustes, Plsns. etc, prepared. T FE Progress of Carrine...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS:. ' ·IIEICGHErA aO E SUMlEai LEiVEL.: LBY TELEGRAPH.j ; .Mnlday. Mun~. tt.in.i ehuca .. .. .. 110i j Swan 1ill .. 12 0 Eusto . .. .. 20 Rj :tophour' +ý . ..- .1,1 Ir SUInIDEBNUGEE. WahMv~tT i'..:.5 T.i ',. (; 10! 'Lay .. . . 12 01 lRalraaald , .. . ..ý. : 1.1 101 IIenindioa , 11 1 1

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

C OR R ES P0 N DENCE. [Co oontlleottoolls ioteode I for inoertfou in thii coulun doubld be rllrocsc I to thce Editor. The nane anol ndlreo, of the orinter most be oiled. not reoeonrily for Iobleotion, bot n a gonroto of goalfoith. ile lc are aro t all titloe glonib, reo ecira on I pInbbiol corrooponlenc, allowling 0n ,o oo ot of bttleo c~noioteot oltltbtio rules of joorobisun . to do no, elil oornoleeo responsible fo ny pinionso exprcsred.]

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THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

THE dMECIANICS' INSTITUTE. [To Tics EDInRo OF TIIE KEa.In TIstes.] Sin,-When, an institution of any kind is good in design and intention, it is always the wish of those well minded to maintain suchl institution in its integrity; indeed, it becomes the duty of all whose sympathies are with progress to watch jealously such institutions, lest by their prostitution great social injury might be sustained. In Kerang we have an institution of which, wvithout doubt, every townsman is proud. The building it - pos se0ses is imposing and reflects credit on its architect; the object of the institite is all that chan be desired. IndeedI kuiso of no montument thnt can be 'erected in Kerang thtt will show to future generations lwhat mnannr of men tihe founders and fathers of IKerang were. better than tihe MTechanics' In stitute. I think all whco visit the building will go with tie in saying that the idembers are to le congmatulated on possessing a care= taker so clean and tidy in lhabit tlmhat it ...

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TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

. To'FeRiracs :'.: tIHErS. fh- 1 oFresh Food and Frozen Storage Coiiiaii, Ltd., %in an iiriport int' tiunonceiient in anotlere column. , C. oca cEc OE F TORUSTS. Iti s notidieI that thle conference of truists, aadveri tised to : be held,at ,t"he b:Shran Iill to-day, lhas been postponed till ,Tisrl rtY neat. .12th int. : :;r:":(, : r' Trnicia roe FoeitiE.-Teitcders ý"are invited elsewhere for the siipply of fortie to Clie various piolice end other stations throughout the colony, froi e st Mireirch, 1soo90, to SSth Febriary, 1891,: SPmrvAr.' Scnoots.-It isinotified eolse where that principals of privateteschools iiinst firhirli i return by then nonth of January, showing the namnte aridd sitrme, se; agc;'bt.;ai.,etdnnmber of `de' of' at tenances of ealci clcild"'' AptcuAlos FsO . MANAGoRSIlhP. Ap. nlications':aii'e.vinvitcd.:cb' = thenaMur rabiit" Wcst'Bitteri and' CheeseFedtacat y Uoatcani ; Linmited, from persons qualified to i aclertak .the mnanagementA oftheir lketary*.ne~seqra 7 L...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3RD. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M. DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONSv.. TUESUAY, DeCtEu3nst 8tH). (Before Major Bartrop, P.M. janr 1...s J. C. Roberts v. Arbutlhtnot and \I'Donald,. work. ero lbor. ;dsae., and monioey paid, £40OMs. Brdeir for £38 17s and £3 3s costs, less the amount paid into court; to be levied by distress. Abutlnotand. ltDonal , v. ,.J no. Fer guson; goods sold ind delivered, workI and labor done, and muoney paid, £23 15s G6. o appear.tance of derfendant. Post poned to 7th.Februntry, 1890.-: F. 1L'Konzie V. sname, mousneyloent,goods sold auddelivered, £13 2·. No appear ance of defendant. Order for anouonrt and f1 Os costs.. . -

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MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

MARQUIS; HILL IRRIGATION AND W ATER SUPPLY TRUST. -A euecia 'lineting of the alteie trust was held on the 2nd inst. Present-Cunrs. Hawthorne (cehairman), Shelley, Hannah The agreement between the trust and Mr. Ilodgson, the engineer, was pre sented.and duly signed, andon the motion of Ciiir. Davery,seconil'd by Cmr: Hannah, the trust's seal was affixed :thereto. ttxiGIeEaS' REmRoT. SThe engineers' (lIessrs. Hodson and Smith) reported as follows:-We have tho honor to sinulmit horeivith sections of theli iiiit chaunel of your trust for ap proval. The chainage commenced at the south boundary., of the trust, antd the chatinnl south of that will stand over for the piesoient. Thlie grade line of ithe main clhannel is shevwn in pencil, and. can he altered if necessary, but we think you will agSree tlhat it is in the biest positioa. We are arranging the grades so that the water will be ecarrieud along the dlisetribnlaries at a level 1ft. above tihe natural surface. If yon approve of the gri...

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THURSDAY, 5TH DECEMBER. (Before Messrs. Yeo and J. M'Mullan, Js.P.) LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

- TilURSD.Y, t TII DiE3nERE. (Beforoe Mesrs. Yeo inkd .T wI'MinlIn, SJs.P.) Lusý.cr. Joseph Thompson, charged with baing a lunatic and not un oler proper crce and control, was dischlirged on the application of the police.

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

heranr, %hlte. rublished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH[ WEFIbYLT SUPI'ILEMIIET. IUESDA1,r DEClfC.JJIt 10, is88. Fol some time be le Finces of thle for the t prorogation S of Parliament a sus picion haid beei gradually gaining tgronnd in the publie .mind that the inanLcial position of the colony was by no mneans so satisflactory as the Treasurer had declared it to be when lie delivered lihis famous budget speech. At first it was only whispered that the greater part, if not the whole, of the splendid surplus had mysterious ly disappeared. The rumor was heightened when its publication in the daily press elicited neither reply nor comment from the Treasurer, andi was, reduced, in many men's minds, to convictidn when Mr. Gillies sudden ly announced that lie was under the necessity of raising a further loan in the English money market. It- was only under extreme pressure, and in the last hours of the session, that lie made a statement with regard to the finances of the colony which many lion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

.iiJ,L;-. ...... .. 'IAtk:' BiOA'S oOiTS.-Thel Irogramnme of.aeports to be held atLake Boga- on Box; ing-ypay^ appears in our aivertisin, colomns. SALE DAi'?POrTPONED.I--Iessrs. Yeo, Taverner- and, Co-, Ltd., and Macphierson; Steridbergirid 'C .Titd. oofif elsewhero thlat there .will be.no sale of stock on -Friday Cnei s, HATS.--Havieng, a very large stock of GClilatle'ind SailorV-Stiaw Hats, %w have reduced several lots to.the followinn .pricatB;'i!, *Gd 0 iJls 'lsCd, Ss il each; !d mo'on t these: are worthrfour times the re duced price, and will sell out ;quickly! l'KnickorkSuiitsa.- We hiase reecived somei ver3 choice lines in Tweed; Worsted (Serge,'Drill an:other-materials' forthe:Christmas trade. O.i.hildrten?'illoot?sare'at least 10,per cent. checapc.jRthnelsewhere. .;I;.now- sliipment' -ex?,?ie,xustrriove,.--I'N and Co., ^^sH;·" ?"?^:^^^^^ *;il liorLOnowAY'S O.'r\rENT.-Gowhlereyou may, in every 'Country 'iid in iallc'climic persons will be fouid who have'a;r ready word of pra...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT MANCHESTER. THE UNITED STATES NAVY. FIRE IN LONDON. RUMORED ILLNESS OF PRINCE BISMARCK. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. BRIDGING THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. THE LATE DOCKERS' STRIKE. MR. STANLEY'S DISCOVERIES. THE HOME RULE AGITATION. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO EMIN PASHA. EQUATORIAL AFRICA. THE ACCIDENT TO EMIN PASHA. NARROW ESCAPE OF MR. CLADSTONE. LONDON, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

LATEST_ CABLEGRAMS. LIBERtAL DEMONSTRATION AT MANCIIESTEIi. THE UNITED STATES NA VT,. FIRE-IN T.ONDION. ItUmf10EDD ILLNESS OF IIINCE tISMAIICK. LAUOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. ~BRIDGING TIIE ENGLISTIH CHIANNEL. TIE LATE DOCKERS' STR.IKEE. MR. STANLEY'S DISCOVERIES. "TllE HONIE RULE AG ITATION. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO EMIN PASIIHA. EQUATORI AL AFRICA. TIHE ACCIDENT TO EMIN PASIA. NARROW ESCAPE OF MR. GLADSTONE. (Fiiois OinUS Dn AGE COR SPONODENSTS). t .- -l Losnox, Dec. 2. Mr. Gladstone, speakling at Manchester to-day,:advlocatedl a wide extension of the piowers of taxation at present possessed by the conuity councils. ýec. 3. The Unitied States .Government 'pro poies, swith the view of strengthening the navy, to build O20 battle ships and 20 ves eelss, for tile purposes of coast defence. Thoe' head-quarters of the Salvation Army, at 101 Queen Victoria-street, Loi lont, wero totally destro3yed by fire this morning. Dec. "1. A rumor was current in Berlin yester day that Prince Bismarck was ill...

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