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Colonies And India (Newspaper) - January 15, 1881, London, Middlesex The colonies and weekly newspaper registered at the general Pott office for transmission january a Bike Page 10 leading article the insurrection in the notes a British school of forestry 10 South sea 11 the new zealand Bab Itskin Trade 11 telegrams and news summaries West indies India and Central our special correspondents let new South aus correspondence the Royal colonial Institute and its critics 8 miscellaneous the products of 12 the squat using Laws of 11 Imperial 12 the miners right a tale of the australian Gold chapter 14 new 15 36 miscellaneous Paob a visitation tour in Brit sir 14 climatological table of the British Empire 9 miscellaneous news West coast of 16 official appointments and 13 Royal botanic society 13 the alleged fictitious Canadian fishery f to Commerce and 17 railway sleepers from South australian i forests to the Beetle plaque in South Russia 1c work and Savages at the Rangoon Rice i r to unclaimed colonial property 13 meetings of Learned 1c prices of Home and colonial govern ment 17 parliamentary papers j Tea gardens in Bible and Mission work of the world 18 colonial enquiries and answers 18 maritime intelligence colonial and in Dian advertisements 1820 renters new South january the Revenue for the past year amounts to being an increase of As compared with january the Revenue of the Colony for the Quarter ending december 31 last amounted to being an increase of compared with the same period of january the Revenue returns for the Hal year ending december 31 last show that the total receipts during that period amounted to or an increase of com pared with the last six months of january the total Revenue on account of the consolidated fund of the Dominion for the year amounted to and the expenditure to the total debt up to the end of last june was against in of january after a Long debate in committee of the Dominion House of commons on the terms granted by the government to the Pacific railway the ministerial resolutions were agreed to without a vote at one Oclock this in Accord Ance with the arrangement made Between ministers and the leaders of the oppo in the Senate today notice was Given of a motion calling attention to the Charees preferred by professor Hind in reference to the fishery Volien the ministerial resolutions ratifying the terms of the agreement with the Rakitic railway Syndicate come before the House of commons from the Oom in tee a debate of two weeks is the opposition intend to move a series of summary of latest colonial a result of the general election has Given to the govern so the t try 1arkes an almost an embarrassing so much Ann per i i can 9carcely be considered to be any the protectionists completely failed All Over the the finances were looked 1u a most satisfactory and the prospects of the Colony might be Roll s the other results of the general election was the collapse of that party which had been advocating the remitting to the free selectors the balances owing on their attention Lias been drawn to the Mode of canvassing adopted in some cases by candidates and whilst it is admitted that there is no reason Why a popular candidate should not be returned free of personal it is suggested that som limit should be put to the applications for subscriptions to defray a candidates the subject appears to have been mooted owing to applications to a number of members of the service by the election committee of sir Henry it is considered unfair that Auch pressure should be put upon the Consul general for Germany at was visiting in order to report to his government which he considered the most suitable City for the Consul general to be permanently located the Gold discoveries at Temora continued to be very fourteen ounces of Gold had been got from three buckets of Wash at a meeting held on november the sum of 35u was subscribed towards la Cocks expenses in the proposed match with and it was resolved to Forward the Money to the editor of the immense of fish were coming ashore Between Ull Adulla and apparently and the seagulls and other Birds in the neighbourhood were had made very Little Progress during the fortnight pre ceding december 4 evening after evening had been wasted in discussing Petty regarding Berrys hoax Reform it is pointed out that it omits to Deal with two matters which Berry had always said were that the Assembly should have absolute Power to determine financial and that it should provide for finality in the Case of a dispute Between the two financial prospects were not the sir John Osha Nassy had stated in spite of the new taxation and borrowed the Colony would have a deficit at the end of the financial year of there had been several meetings of the inter colonial and they had been adjourned until january when the sittings of the conference would be resumed in and those colonies that had not yet taken part in it would be invited to Send the so was in favour of the establishment of a Federal Council that should have Power to Deal with inter colonial such is mail com Legal so As to effect it was also in favour of a colonial court of the conference also purposed limiting chinese Immi arranging for the eradication of the the making patents in one Colony available in All of and providing for the arrest of absconding debtors and husbands deserting their the obituary includes the names of a very old who was for Many years u member of legislative and the Well known operatic some very valuable presents to the Colony had been on behalf of the French govern by its representative at the Melbourne Harvest prospects on the very Trie continuance of the Stock tax it was be very advantageous to the interests of new South in re Gard to the Frozen meat Export As that would All be centred in the Earl and countess of Ellesmere had arrived from on a visit to the Marquis of the governor met them at the Sorata was to be docked at the Alfred the use of which had been offered free by the a second Lighthouse is to be at once erected at Cape an inter colonial jewish conference is to be held at a Bill for legalising the totalisator has been referred to a committee of the and it reported in favour of As tending to promote morality in in consequence of the opposition of sir Bryan the government had abandoned their scheme for pro the salaries of the civil the permanent artillery Force was to be disbanded at the end of the South enquiry had been commenced into the stranding of the Sorata but it had been decided that there was no jurisdiction to proceed with it in the manner in which it had been brought the total exports of the Colony for the first eleven months of 1880 had exceeded those of the corresponding period of by upwards of a million figures being respectively and two at Katheriae station had been murdered by wild Blacks outrages by the latter in the North were getting Strong feeling is being evinced in the North in reference to the attacks upon traders by the natives of the at an indignation held at the the room was draped in it is stated that no less than thirty europeans have been killed during the last three years by the natives of new besides Many chinese and the last attack was on Rigo Island Fiche diner where the men and women were a new navigable River had been found sixteen Miles North of eight Hundred chinese miners at the Coer diggings were raising from to a Day master Alexander a boy of twelve years of son of the clerk to the executive had been killed by a shark when he was seized by both legs three other boys plunged bravely into the water to Rescue and actually Tore him from the Sharks both legs had to be and the lad died after the Western governor and lord the newly appointed colonial had been visiting the Southern and were very Well was prorogued by instead of by Royal a loan of was to be put upon the London and with this the debentures were to be the Gold companies throughout the Colony were in full and Tasmania was greatly gratified at the display made by the Colony at the Melbourne

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