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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

STEAM TO SYDNEY. iHE well known Steamboat GRATTON Will bo' di«nal«lieil ' for SYDNEY, from Oralton.TO-MOIlROW (Wednesday) MORN- ING; taking in enrgo ot tho various wlmrvos. For full i>ar(icu)ors sa to freight, ¿c., apply to tho Caritaiu, on board. ' i) STEAM, T'O' SÏMBÏ. WHE Clarence mid Richmond Stemn . Navigation Comiiany'H .Steamers "GRAFTON " mid . "BENELLA" will soil ; between GRAFTON : A ND SYDNEY.THREE TIMES IN EACH' AIONTH during the season. GEORGE MURRAY, '385 Secretary. STEAM to men M orv i> KÏ vis it fHE "BENELLA" will sail from SYDNEY for the RICHMOND RIVER, with Goods ¡md Passengers, on or about the 20th ' December, re- turning wa Grafton, which she will leave, the day. after her arrival. GEORGE MURRAY, 386 Secretary. m o TIc E. AT. a Special General Meeting of the . Shareholders of the GRAFTON ' STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, held at their,Office, at the Flour Com panVa Wharf, this day, the DESIG- NATION OF THE COMPANY WAS CHANGED, to that of the C LA- RENCE AND RICHM...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAI*. November 2ß.-Grafton (a.), 210 tons, Capt. Quayle, from Sydney November 23. Passen- ger»-Mr. and Mrs. Vindin and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Captain Kealloy, R.N., Mr. Graham Mylno, 82nd Regiment, Mesar». Panton, Cohen, Acheson, G. Hull, and 41 in tho steer ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

XOTICE. ÏT is requested that nil partie» having Sub- scription Lisls.forthu purpose of presenting Mr. Jolm liuker, sen., with un iimuunl of money equal to tlio two cow« recently lost by lum, will forward tho «nmo on or before Friday next, 2nd December, 1839, to 308 J. E. CHAPMAN. To Itiiiltlcr«, Carpintero, nuil Other*. TENDERS will bo received up to MONDAY, thc 5th December, from persons desirous of contracting for tho ERECTION uf an HOTEL, TAP-ROOM, mid KITCHEN, ut lawrence. Further particulars may bo obtained upon ap- plication to THOMAS BAWDEN. Grafton, 25th November. 31)7 The " Christian Pleader." ANY Persona willing lo become SUP.SCRI II10RS to thu iibovo Paper will please neild their naines to thu undoruigned. Tenn» of Subscription, Gá. per Quarter. JOHN W. CUMING, 411 ESAMi.VEit Otnco. CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES VE11SUS VICTORIA. SECRETARIES OF CLUBS, and oilier» in terested in tho game, aro requested to forward thu names of nil persons desirous of playing or taking any part i...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 January 1860

^MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, .?.>.,THURSDAY, NovKMnEÍt S'ITII. . -TUE Council nict pursuant'to adjourn» ment. ..' \ '. ' There were present-His Worship 'the Mayor, Aldermen Avery, Bawden,; Cowan, Jones,.Ken ñedyY Lambert, and Kennedy. "v .. > . The minutes and proceedings of thc previous meetiug having been read and confirmed, Aldermen'AVERY gave notice tliat he shoutd, at" thc next meeting of the Council, move " That this Council re-: solve * itself into' a committee of the whole, to consider'the report of the Im- provement Committee." 'Alderman JONES gave notice that he should," nt tho. next meeting- of tliis^ Council, move " That it is thc opinion ¡ of this Council that two more names I be added to the Improvement Com-' mittee." .. . i The MAYOK read a .letter from the Colonial Secretary's Office, relative to the communications Nos. 6 and ll of -tbj^ounciLp.jJ. . _t_ ^TEe'Goûncil . Bïôfft'veiit ? into a con?: xnittee of the whole'to considerV"tfio standing orders and bye laws brough...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 January 1860

jjItcj|ouse cjf the;intendcd policy-of the [obmönicnt. . i s*'^*'i Air. ?PtuKKETT contended that thc mèaïîire» named by Mr. Forster-were! tauite sufficient to occupy thc House [during the present sessions ; Ministers woula bc blamcable to make large pro-1 mises which they could not perform. MR. FORSTER, observed, that the motion before the House and the Debate which had ensued would do good, as | shewing the nature of the opposition , which the < Ministry mighy expect to'; receive. ' They would not content to the withdrawal! of the motion; ;1 (i, '.? j Mk.'; BUCK, followed on thc same side; regarding 'the motion as ' one of "want of confidence." . ? ?.? ?;!.?: ;i Mr.UoNEs, Mr. JOHN CAMPBBU# and - Mr. .ROTTON, spoke in opposi-' 'tion . to the ' Ministry ; and Mr. Hay, ¿Mr. ; Piddington; and Dr.' Laug, in ge 'merol terms, expressed'their intention 'to support it. Air.\Dalley having re- plied, thc House divided on his motion, I v;/W the following result ¡- Noes, 41 j (^8,8.7...

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MR. COWPER'S DISINTERESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 January 1860

\ MR. COWPÉRÍS'4':DisiNTÍ3ni5STJ5D L'Ess.-Thc MaMand Mercury says: | Wc fourni tlmt'mWnftcr man of those ¡vho joined him in public lifo for a time i (lid thus became really qualified to udge, spake fur ,more highly of him1 ifter they had . had', this, -personal. ex- perience than thcy had ever ? done pre- viously. So remarkable a . change ."--of opinion in men of "different capacities and characters, seemed to us to indi- cate that Mrf .Cpwpcr must rcally^be a mm of milch more generous andpatri-. oti\ feeling, more imbued with love for MIS country and less with love of Challes Cowper; than was commonly suppWd,. . And thc pecuniary position in when" hel.i8 .said td have retired from offic^ Veorroboratès- this . view, Mr. Pou^ldVon^'durihg his 'hold of »pfßce, reçeivcdthc.lçaseà bf two of thc, fiifesX stations W' /HeW ' England, ; which ho lind lonanprevjouik occupied,'Varid is now in fegland/drawing thousand^ à year from, tbenor. Mr., ."Wentworth, is wealthy cnouglrto/ live itó; Engl...

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GOLD ESCORT MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 January 1860

GOLD' ESCORT MEETINGS. ON Wednesday evening last a preli- minary meeting was 'held, nt the Na- tional School; to taWinto consideration 1 thc recent withdrawa'l',bf thc Gold Es- cort , from Grafton. ? T. Fisher, Esq., was called to the chair, '' Nearly thc whole of thc influential'.inhabitants, of the city were present. T.. \DAVIKS, Esq.,.'??moved, and his Warship the Mayor,' J; E. CHAVMAN, Esq., seconded thc first, resolution, asj follows:- ;- " » ? : "" Tlmt lilli mooting h of ophüon, Hint thn eon-, duct ot' CaptaiuSeott, in'Antklmwing tho Gold Escort from tlie Grafton rout« to flint by way of Armidnlo and Maitland,' is unjust to thu inhabit '.tauts of tili» district, and lo tho diggers moro es- ] Îicoinlly, and Hint tho'whblo'arrangoinotits'per- fected by tho Government, and tho mercantile in- terest! of Sydney, for tho conyoyanco to lind fro of gold dust.or Hpooie, are entirely upset by thia unwurrantnblo interference of^ Captain Scott to, tho serious injury of nil concerned.' "c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 January 1860

[~ J7G. BULAR ÍDEGS. leave ...to announce to his, P friönds,Vand,the public of Tenter-, ^tíld'md^its'vicinity gcnerally^that he i s- s^hai'secuied pait of those"* [^COMMODIOUS PREMISES, In the rear of the " Tenterfield Hotel," p*1*- r'which he will ' .¿ Open ns nu.Auction. Ulavt, For the i sale of állt sorts of Colonial and «rôf ^Produce with'' which he may be aitrustjd,&onf,thfc> first'Friday in the ( month, commencing on the j ?ivst Friday iii' tho Kew Tear, Lnd trusts that^producers^.wjllyavail hemselves of . the î opportunity *. 8ns¿ îfers of what "may be' caliea a^Monthlyj jlarlcety for/the salc 'pf*tlíeir rproduée,' rhic'h' : wllen' submitted io . pubhe^com-1 etití6ri, íwdl ' always bring , its iveal alue. ,. 'Jr- ? ! ¡iStórékeepersíiajid otliefs from* the (iggmgs will also fiñd.tlusTa good plan j obtaming theif supplies of colonial induce'-instead of sendnig to, Sydney ir their flour, when it. eau be" obtained f bct'ter quality at their own doors, j All goods purch...

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POETRY. THE OLD PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

POETRY. '"? A Printer stood at Ms " case" one night (And s very " Hard case"'was his'n), And hi»,'weary" eight was dim as tho light : .? . :' Of tho lamp in his dusty prison) - .'.. Tho wintry winds wore howling without, And tho snow foiling thick and fast, . But the Printer, I trow, shook his looks of snow, . And laughed at the shrieking blast ; ? ' . L., Ho watohco.thpihands as tho clock cropt round, ' * Keeping time with its snaiHiko tick, As ho gathered the typo with a weary click, , In his old ruBt-eatcn " stiok." . His hairs were as white as tho falling snow-. : And silently, day by day, . - . He behold them with grief, liko tho autumn leaf,; ? Ono by ono " passing away.".; ... J.: ? Time had cut with hit plough _ furrows ? deep in .his brow, His cheek was ferered and thin, . And hislong" roman " noso could almost roposo , Its head on its grey-bearded chin ¡ r . And with fingers long, as the hours stole on, - ' Keeping time with the clook's duli tick, ' Ho gathered tho typo wi...

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THE CLARENCE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. TIMBARRA DIGGINGS. (From the Herald's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

THE eLÂÉkcE mà GOLD FIELDS. TIMBARRA DIGGINGS. (From the Herald's Correspondent.) CHRISTMAS EVE.-The Christmas holi- days commenced with us early, this week, and are likely to be continued for another fortnight. Diggers enjoy a holiday thoroughly, and "appreciate the tports that .ave; provided for. them during this merry-making season as much or more .than any other, class of the " sons of toil." A more orderly, quiet, -and well-coiiduced" population than ours exists, not on any diggings in thc colony, , and for this we are mainly, indebted to'the watchful and untiring exertions of Our Commissioner, Mr'. G-. Emmott. I see that Timbarra is gazetted a place where Courts of Petty Sessions are to be held. A Court-house and lock-up are much needed. Tenterfield is 17 miles from this, and to that place all court cases have to be. taken ; a great tax oh the On fast Wedn^iy'or* TÎmrTdày't'liê"' Commissioner! seized 'in thc township four drays'loaded with spirits, &c. It is supposed t...

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CRICKET. THE NEW SOUTH WALES ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

CRICKET. ' y V .TEE NEW soupir "WALES ELBVENÍ ' TUE selection:.,, |bmniittee. yesterday, came.to.a d^:Q(v' °ri-i thc1 "choice, of plavcrs to répVv ':.Vthis colony in \ thc forthcoming màx:>: Vith 'Victoria, and under the circuni»^.,; -Q that two gen tlemèn who" were pfe^onally chosen have definitively. décliX^..? S take part, those actually selected théie' is little doubt, meet with general''"ap- - pvoval. . ' ' The eleven are as here" náwed. in alphabetical order :.- . ' . . Messre. F. Adams/ D. Dickson, 6. Gilbert, H. Hilliard, Kinlock, O.'Lewis, ,R. Mùrray, G. .Richardson (of Ba- thurst), J. Thompson,-ond N. Thomp- son." " " -. '.' '.'. ' '? Captain Ward and Mr. Beesten were chosen, but declined to proceed! to Melbourne. 1 ' ''"? . ; 'Four other gentlemen' have been nominated) from amongst whom it is emergency ' '. t' J? .. :.':\¡..: -, : The Eleven will play a match against sixteen in the Domain' on' Saturday next.-& M.Herald, Jany. 5.

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE, [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday, 3 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

LATEST SYDNEY ¡NTELLIGENCE, [HIOJI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,] . Thursday/3 o'clock p.m. . AT tlie time I am writing, the arrival of the mail steamer'off Kangaroo Island lias not been notified by Telegram, although due at that point in her course on Tuesday Inst. A matter of considerable importance is on the tapis, but its . progress1 is known to, a veiy small circle. My. Duncan, the successor of Colonel Gibbes, ns Collector of Customs, has discovered a system of frauds, carried on for some years in the department, the I extent and audacity of which far sur I passes all that was revealed in the case .of the brig Louisa, and which caused thc punishment and disgrace of so many official, and non-official nersons. A board of inquiry, consisting of Cap- uto w0,.,l UTI M'T.Pvif.; and H.,H. facts ; wlncli¿:baye \miJ'medtA^iaa& which, when Ä , thiî-community. ^eu/ M^ûèf tHe ... highest position, iii! mercantile 'fond maritime tranaactiorisJftrei involvM.'to a - serious' extent^' and~iV ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. A NOVEL SICHT was .presented in the streets of Brisbane yesterday. A number of blackfellows formed them- selves into a procession, with green, boughs, and levied contributions for a "corroboree" lipon those industrious tradesmen whose shutters were down.; The blacks. performed some of their ? own.,wild cr jj, .nnfon.»¿). hoy-gs,n n fl, hp, '). "^vTUMtlyléáviit our English. " hip, Inp, hurrah I " which they shouted with infinite gusto. Among the contributions, for their "merry-making" wc noticed ..a .fine joint, the gift of Mr. P. Mayne. Wc could wish this plan followed out, and provisions given to these poor crea- tures instead of money. The appear- ance of these poor fellows was quite different, however,, in the later part of thc day. Holling about thc streets, in every stage of intoxication, they added to the liveliness but not thc beauty of the streets, while the crowd who fol- lowed and.chased one through Albert and Queen streets, would have been worthy of. the pu...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

SHIPP1K0 INTELLIGENCE. i V " ARRIVAL. . Jixttirir 8.-Oration (s.); 240! tons,; Capt. SuajU, from Sydney Bfli instant.. ; Passengers leisrs.' Bingham, Smith, .Devlyn,,-Mis»..Plant, ?ud 35 in tlie'stccrage. / .. » ? . ?!??..

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

.DEPARTURE. : January. 4;-Fonella (s.) j for Sydney. : TJib Grafton left Sydney on .Thursday, 9'20 Îi.m. j arrived, at Newcastlo on Friday, 6 a.m. ¡ eft Newcastle, ll a.m. ¡. crossed tho Bar on Sunday, 1 a.m. j arrived at Cowan's Wharf, 1 p.m. Sho experienced moderato breezes and va- riable; with heavy.rain.' Passed tho Fenelia on Thursday, at 9*30 p.m., entering Sydney bar- bour..- '

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EPITOME OF NEWS. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. (From the Illustrated London News, October 15, 1859.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

. EP2ÏWJI53 ©IF NEWS. ENGLISH A.ND FOREIGN. (From the Illustrated ' London News, October. 15, 18.59.; TUB Staff ¿tia ,OÎ Turin anno,vmcc3 tint iron crown of Lombardy. ,' The friends of the late Professor Nichol propose to erect a memorial window to his memory in the crypt of Glasgow Cathedral. A bell of green glass, fourteen inches high, and thirteen inches in diameter, has been placed in turret of thc Chapel at fhe Grange, Borrowdale. ltear-Admiral Mchemet Pacha has been sent with an autograph . letter from the Sultan to his Royal Highness Prince Albert, inviting him to pay a .visit to the capital. Brilliant ; fetes took place at; Luxcui on the 4th and 5th instant on the oc- casion of the inauguration, of the Luxemberg Grand D ucal Railway. Thc Lord Mayor elect (Mr. Alder- man ,Car.ter): has appointed as his Chap- lain for"the" year of his mayorálóty the Rev. Henry Christmas, M:A., of, St. John's College, Cambridge. , The only son of Sir Edmund* Head, Governor-General of Canada', w...

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CROWN LANDS TEMPORARY REGULATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

? CROWNLANÖS TEMPORARY REG-TJ. .... LATION AOT. . WnBitBAj itis expedient (o extond'tüe limita of . the DistrioU designated by thobrder of Hor.Ma . jesty in Counoil, madd'on tho-ninth''doy of ? ' . Marchi; one .thousand, eight hundred : and ' forty r ; .> íevon» as tho Sottlbd'Districts of tho. Colony. Bo it theroforo' ohaotod,- by .tho . Queen's Most " . Excellent Majesty,' by 'and. with . tho Jadvice '?.'r and'consent of the Logislntivo , Council ' and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales in . ParliamOnt assembled, and by tho authority . of tho samo 'a's follows ':-." " '".'l.v The «aid Settled Districts shall, after tho passing of this Apt, .ho held to oxtehd to and to inoludo aU tho ¿ands now'designated by v . ;. '.tho said Order os any Proclamation in pursuance ;, thorcof, as tho Intormodiátó'Dist'ricts. .'.'. 2. Every porson now holding, Crown lands ?; within tho said Intermediate Districts under any Lease from' tho Crown, wliioh,may oxpiro : before or during tho ycar.on...

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RATES OF POSTAGE TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

RATES OF POSTAGE TO-QÔÈENS. LAND. - .; THE new Colony ofQueenslandliavbg beenproclaimed,/notice has-been[given, that, in accordancvêl.'îvith: thé first and third clauses of the "Postage Act, 20 Victoria, ' No. 26; Letters) and Book Packets, addressed to Queensland, aro now liable to the following Eatei of Postage. v¡¿.- $-? . " ' . LETTERS. . ? , : ' ». d. Not exceeding £ oz.. ;...; 0 6 Exceeding $ oz., .but hot: ex ceeding I oz." ..' ;. ' v -¿ 1 0 and so on, increasing at the rate of 6d. for every additional half ounce, or frac "tioñ"0f'a?Eiflfíóunce.r-i;-?.. ' . .. BOOK PACKETS. ' :-:';'M^â:: 1 -"^ ». d Not exceeding i ib. .0 6 Exceeding i.ffi./but not ex- ceeding 1-tb... <»':...'....». ... 1 0 and so on; increasing at the rate of 6d. for every, additional half pound, or frac- tion of a half pound.- ' . I Newspapers will bc forwarded, as heretofore,. free of /charge,- if posted within seven dayB'from the date of pub- lication thereof,-and at a charge of ld., each if pos...

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BURNING ON THE SOUTHERN TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

'BU-ININQ- ON THE SOUTHÄftN TEAIN. /Hu fortunato eas« of .burning happoned ort hu.-iday, during tlio progresé of tho forenoon liiin foin Campbelltown, to' which place Mr. ( rai undertaker, of Goulburn, bad brought tho .em ins.of.a gentloman for.tho. purpose of being onv ycd to Sydney, Oh' arriving at'Ashfield, i mo 'o, and smell of Ure directed those in charge ol' the train to tho close carriego in winch tho coffin lind been deposited i on opening, it, it was found full of smoke, and tho velvet pall burning on the top of tho cofl!n,'which win als» partially burned. It ii to be regretted tlmt BUCII a casualty .ehould havo. occurred, particularly under such circumstances ai' the above, -and no doubt strenuous efforts will bo mada-by tho nuthorit'es to prevent ft flbnilar case in future. It appears that tho spar)» from the, engine had congregated nt and'burned ono corner of the car- riage, near tb;o'r*BÍidin¿¡roof,' and had also dei« cended'mtó thé1' inside,' and fallen on' tho pall md...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the Moreton Bay Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

. -y" ... QUEENSLAND.' ; . . (From- the Moreton Bay Courier.) . SIR CHARLES NICHOLSON.--We under , stand .that Sir; Charles Nicholson's in ' tcntion -in visiting Brisbane just now, is simply 'to àrrange matters with' regard toa "residence* " We believe '.yrei-.m càkky%* tiàïag that .the worthy baronet has definitely accepted thc office of President of pur first Legislative . Coxmcil. . \t''.' '' LADY - " ./BOWEN - NÚGGETT.-This valuable specimen, of virgin gold is now being exhibited.:at,.the shop.' of Mr. ,T. S. ¡Warry, at a, charge of one shilling - for each' individual. The owner, Mr.. Templeton, 'generously applies the funds so obtained in aid of the Brisbane hospital. , , - A STATEMENT THAT SHOULD BE ,INVESTIGATED.--Mr. tt. Dix called at our office on Tuesday, having just re ; turned ;from a trip to the Bay with his'tight little craft "The Aurora;" and he states that when át Kalounda, > at the north end of Bribië's Island, . . he saw a very large congregation of . Wide Bay b...

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