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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. GUGERI - At Perth, on the 22nd April, the wife of P. A. GUGERI, Esq., J.P., of a son. MARRIAGE. LENNARD-BROUN.-On Thursday, the 13th of May, at St Peter's Church, Beverley, by the Rev. F. Lynch, EDWARD GEORGE, only son of EDMUND BARRETT LENNARD, Esq., J.P., to EMILY FANNY ANN, eldest daughter of JAMES WILLIAM BROUN, of Avondale Park, Beverley.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ] TJie WEST AUSTRALIAN is today issued in an enlarged form, wJiich hereafter will be the size of the paper. It will still be issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to subscribers the price will remain as heretofore, namely 5s. per quarter, or £1 per annum. The names of all those, not already on our subscription list, to whom the WEST AUSTRALIAN is de 'livered or forwarded from this date, will be retained on our books, unless we receive a notification requesting us to discontinue sending the paper. TEE FSOPßlETOJRS. June 1st, 1880. ,f ' f

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1880. THE FIRST OF JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

TÏÏM WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX £ PERTH, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1880. j \ THE FIRST OE JUNE. THE first of June last year was the anniver- sary day of the colony, and-fifty years subsequent to its original settlement-on that jubilee day, was the first sod turned of the Eastern Eailway, the commence- ment of our future railway system. When we look at other colonies settled later than this province, Victoria and South Australia for instance, and note with what wonderful strides they have advanced in civilization, when we look at their continuous settle- ment, their network of railways their magnificent towns and cities-it is difficult to avoid a feeling of depression, at the thought of how far behind m the race for progress they have left their "Western Bister, at the end of fifty years only timidly entering upon a stage of development in which they have so long been successfully engaged. "When, however, we view this colony individually, and without drawing com- parisons which must n...

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CLAY FOOTPATHS. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

CLAY FOOTPATHS. To THB EMTOB OP THB WEST AuSTBALIAN. SIB,-From your report of a late City Coun- cil meeting, I see that it is the intention of'the councillors to form clay footpaths in Brisbane and Mangles Streets. I have not the ghost'of an idea as to where either Brisbane or.Manglèt Street is, but I j have no doubt , that many respectable persons live in those thorough- fares. It is very probable that their'footpaths may be sandy and unpleasant to walk upon ; it is even possible that they may have no foot-., paths at all, and that they have consequently re- quested the City Council to provide them with this most needed convenience. But,if such is the case, surely when they ask for bread, it is cruel mockery to give them a stone-pr, rather, clay. If they complain of ,weary wading throughheavyjSand in summer, ,why treat ¿hem with unmerited irony and give them a clay puddle for winter. f I have seen these day footpaths,-I have walked on them,-or rather-attempted to do so. I have, stu...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL SALES. PRICES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CONSIGNMENTS, EX "ROBERT MORRISON," FROM COSSACK. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL SALES. PEICES OF WESTEEN AUSTEALIAN CON- SIGNMENTS, EX "EOBEET MOBBISON," FEOM COSSACK. 571 Bales, sold by auction, by J. T. SIMES & Co., on Thursday, March 4th, 1880 ¡ De Grey-25 bales, greasy, lid. ; 32 do., lid. ; l8 do. (damaged), lOd. ; 95 do. scoured, is. 9Jd. ; 83 do., pieces, Is. 9d. ; 9 do. (damaged), Is. 9d. ; l8 do. pieces and skin, Is 6Jd. ; 2 do. (damaged), Is. ed. ; 1 black, le. 3£d. ; 1 locks (damaged), Is. Id. Mill Stream-49 bales, scoured, Is. lid. ; 28 do., is. lOd. ; '8 do., pieces and black, Is. 8 Jd. ; 1 do. locks, Is. 8Jd. j 3 greasy, 9|d. ; 2 do., lambs, lid. Mulyie, in diamond-17 bales, scoured, Is. . lOd. ; 8 do. (damaged), Is. 9id. ; 3 pieces, Is. 4d. ; 4 greasy, 9d. jiE conjoined, under half circlo 82 bales, scoured, Is. lljd. ; 82 do., Is. lid. ; 1 do. cross bred, Is. 7d. ; 5 locks, Is. 5d. ; 6 lambs, Is. 7id. ; 8 do. greasy. Is. id. KML-25 bales, scoured, Is. lOèd. j. 1 do. (damaged), Is. lOd. ; 1 locks, Is. 4...

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MR. DU BOULAY IN EXPLANATION. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

ME. DU BOULAY IN EXPLANATION: To THH EDITOB OP THB WEST AUSTBALIAN. SIB,-I observe by the account published in your journal of the proceedings at the Supreme Court in the now celebrated arbitration case, that, in reference to a certain bond drawn by me, His Honor the Chief Justice is reported to have said-" and a very extraordinary ducument " it is. It was intended to prevent fraud, and, "virtually, amounts to this: You are going "to cheat me, or yotí may cheat mo j but, ina**) " much as 1 cannot trust" you, I want a bond "from you." His Honor, farther, when in- formed "by the Attorney General,"that "th'e bond was prepared by Mr. du Boulay," is reported to have said, " Well, then, I am only sorry "the " officers of the Crown were not consulted. I "am, however very glad to hear) that the ad " vice did not spring from Mr. Thomas"-thus implying, that the procoeding which His1 Honor; so strongly condemned was advised by me- % I beg leave to state that I was never consult- ed with 1 rega...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice «sol bo (¡akoii of anonymous communications.' Every letter most be accompanied by the name and ad- dress of the writer,.not necessarily for publication, but aa a guarantee of good faith.' We in all cases claim the right to abbreviate or correct ' communications. -Unless accompanied by a stamped envelope, we cannot guarantee the return of deolined HSS. Correspondents who persist in writing on both sides of the paper, in violation of our rule, cannot expect their com- munications to "be published. ; .*, .', ? .-*

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INTER-COLONIAL. DEPARTURE OF ENGLISH MAIL STEAMER. MELBOURNE, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

INTER-COLONIAL. DEPARTURE OF ENGLISH MAIL; STEAMER. . .. MELBOURNE, May 29. Tfce Beyal Mail Steamer Malva sailed for tJelle yesterday. MB. AABONS* INSOLVENCY. MELBOUBNE, May 20. The Commissioner of the Insolvency Court has granted an unconditional certifi- cate to Mr. Joseph Aarons (the lessee of the Academy of Music), the Court holding that no proof of misconduct on the part of the bankrupt had been given. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ADIXAIDS, May 28. The South Australian Parliament will be opened today. It is announced that the report of Mr. N. "Patterson, the Engineer in Chief, on the Wallaroo Jetty, is unfavourable to the Engineer of Harbours and Jetties. PROFESSIONAL SCULLERS RACE. MIKBOUBNE, May 31. The profeasional ¿fOjllers race, rowed on Saturday, on the Loyer Yarn, was won hy Laycock; hy two length*. r s - !

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. FLOGGING IN THE ARMY. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. IAS80CIATED PßESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. FLOGGING IN THE ARMY. LOÏDON, May 23. The Radicals are greatly displeased at tlie intention of the Government to retain flogging in the army. SIB BARTLE FRERE. LONDON, May 25. Around robin, signed by several mem- bers of Parliament, ñas been sent to the Government, to induce them to limit the term for which Sir Bartle Frere baa been appointed Governor of the Cape Colony, to which MT. Gladstone has acceded. FRENCH WINE DUTIES. LONDON, May 25 There ha» been considerable friction in the negotiations which the Imperial Go- vernment have been carrying on with the French Government in regard to the wine duties. No alteration will be possible for a year or two. RESIGNATION OF MR. PLIMSOLL. ' LONDON, May 26. SirW Vernon Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Home Department (who failed to secure his re-election for the city of Lon- don) has been elected for Derby, Mr. Plimsoll having resigned in his favor. THE DISAFFECTION IN ALBANIA....

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QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAt BALL. The following is a complete list of the guests who attended the ball at Government House, on the occasion of the anniversary of Her Ma- jesty's birthday, on the 27th May, ulta. A« Mr. and Mr. E. Ashton ; Miss Jesse Allen j Miss Florence C Allen. B. / Air. and Mrs. Barnfield ; Mrs. Broadhurst; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Burges, and the Misses Burges (3) ; Dr. Barnett ; Mr. F. C. Broad- hurst; Mr. and Mrs. T. Burges, and Miss Barges ; Miss Brockman ; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brockman; Miss Brown; Miss Beaurteaux; Miss Brown (Northam) ; Mr. L. C. Burges ; Miss Banbury ; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brockman ; Miss Buckley ; Mrs. J. Brockman : Mr. M. C. Bunbury. .' C. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Clifton, and Miss Clif- ton ; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clifton and the Misses Clifton (2) ; Mr. E. Kay Courthope ; Lieut. Clifton, M. R. V ; Mr. James Cowan ; Mr. E. L. Courthope ; Mr. A. G. Clifton ; Mr. R, C. Clifton ; Sir Thomas and Lady Campbell ; Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Curtis ; Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Compton and ...

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PROVISIONAL LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

PROVISIONAL LAND REGULA- TIONS. IN OTJB last issue, we shortly stated in answer to a correspondent^ what was the present position of affairs in regard to our newlands at the North. It is greatly, to be regretted that, for so long a time, the colony should derive no benefit from Mr. EOBBEST'S important discoveries. The con- sideration of the conditions under which the lately explored territory should be leased and alienated, ought not to have been delayed as it was. The result has been unfortunate, and the time when the regu- lations will be promulgated, and the lands on the Fitzroy thrown open for settlement, is still, apparently, veiled in uncertainty. , We understand that His Excellency the GOYEBNOB thinks himself precluded from putting in force even provisional regula- tions, and that although he hopes that he may be * able to induce the. SECBEIABX OP, STATE to avoid any unnecessary delay, and thinks it probable that an answer may be received by tele- graph empowering him to act ...

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

-h'pl bl*« THE NOVELIST. Win i~.J ti ii *t i i " * A BPSSlAy^SÍEEAB. EFrom the. Germano! Ivan xurgénjev.] X .amwlimU le »a-irr.-or» *-n: ?..".J . ....r:. Lu« ,hu«I*»X wt*]Ä in-whijij*'.'.!. .^.¡.-.v'i: . . %hW*¿h*áíali*ake our Beats, Martin Petj^*htrtàiL'hitcnt4dhrWself, cleared his i^T^MJMjà all int. hi« little jenvijy, said [^entksnënifl have asked you to meetwe"hfer«!today for the following reatR»p^I>feáVfe»ewrfi£fol&, gentlemen, and my^Étven^ttí nVdßjhuffitog from me I have .lre^ád^^d, warning that death is approach- ing, as a thief in the night. Is it not so, b't^,,f»tbefZu, ^o íadílwí, turning to the priest* 4 Loo (/no/" ' in J J I Theol*'pöW-pulleid'hnnBolf together, .»4 nhaking ni» grey beard, murmured, .¿diWLtóeiori¿,'<l,'Mart¡9 Petroviteh wentpAiaiiddeolyjawiiffhw voice, "I have naeltM,xina$der ¿hat death may not come ?piw^TneUuntownree'^-iHere he repeated WO*I*TOT word ^whàt he had said to my Mroyipsiitpefe, 4oeMntJ»befto£ered" (here he brought his» ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

Éàràe'-mi&dr-i "tit^^F&iifbb&tît&fit ' .'J'/tiétî» i -hi'»v l"i-tuii'iui« ,iriiioiO-^mu'lo* ,ij'i«b-ayi¿. H:J 'ut.! ".aiïïoT^rTTi: .,!H.*fj .*oA"-,li at Nöwoastle, win cHrts4';to bW"éA pwmttfesin,'.that%wn,^^i^^^ÄIÄÎ,«, June, and MONDAY, 7th JuH»j''s**Ifd i^.dfffiihfliWhöta cf.hji, FurnUuak^iííipf», Iniplemanif,, and f nu)iem«n^st,ana.fPAi^yJir-A^-,jI^^ . Printed particulars to'be baa on ."Aftó wlfi^"oBlirM^sV MlflMm ÉVQGTi built .bj' ¡;Suinníert,Vphfsíslf» éf» Silve^plated Harne» CTh^^-iol* tlWwtiP known fast Trottihgï Trap'thd*SWdr*- «ÜMtff f CATTLE BOY,' (al*) ou«^>4a'esnt«vi|Miéií íSPll,FmE/r^eu¡by¡W..J.,ehidlow>,»,ji(» welbknown «aáíihesh n... Jo^t-..';^ <..«{>; «IOÍS:« Noon. -, . , , , ,..... ..?..:.' .. ^-.rj <J ;:nivtl j.^d squill kin jilt* Terms 'of Paymeni^BitWvc^dfrnirtf'!IJW#r>^ ?', '".-J ?'..<- ." ,¿r aiM¡Ui£ifcrX<>Nili .«rWSÎ «jiUjhMt ? »eweastíe, J2LA¡Ma^)^8eU'ni -:<¿...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [From our latest files.] VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

I^TEÈCOLOJUAL JfTMWS: [From'our latest files.] VICTORIA. The-political event since the,,despatch of the last mau has been the re-assembling of Parliament, of which we have already received some particulars by telegraph.' Much interest vas taken ia .the perliminary proceedings, inasmuch, ia* the' seats< selected by members indicate the ,strength,of parties, and, moreover, a close contest with regard to the Speakership was expected! Thirty-eight seats were occupied on the Opposition side, 'and forty-seven on the Government side1, thus show- ing a olose balança of parties. > The House is* in fact, more evenly divided'than ¡ it has been for many years past, and there is every indication of a stormy session. , ? , ? The telegraph has 'already informed us of the' first reading of Mr. Service's' 'Reform Bill. ' This measure, it is aunoanced.ifulius the following con- ditions:-(1) that ,the basis ptthe < Council, snail be" extensively widened; (2) that }in case bf d...

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THE AUDIPHONE [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

THE ATIDIPHpNïL ] Greai 'interest bas been 'excited of late by a newapd wonderful invention which enables the. deaf to hear through their teeth, and supersedes the use of the misohievous ear-trumpet. We give i the following description of this instrument, taken ,from a New South Wale» contemporary : The ingenuity of American inventors bas dis- played itself tor many years in-the'patenting of instruments to help the hearing of deaf peo-: pie. All these devices are but modifications of. the ear-trumpet.. They have all been attempts to remedy, through the car, a def&ct existing within it, and many of them have undoubtedly rather Worsened than bettered in its sense tho constant use of the defeotive organ ; and the throwing upon it of a greater volume of sound than it is naturally accustomed to, has a tendency to increase the! dis- ease which has affected the hearing. .An inventor ha3 now come-forward, however, who has struck out on a new path ; who has. dis- carded the ear as th...

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THE CHASE. To THE EDITOR WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

THE CHASE. To THB EnrroB WKST AUSTRALIAN. I So,-Under the above heading, with' your I kind permission, I would hke-to-make-a-few- ie--J marks. T»e lovers of sport have enjoyed many a j pleasant day in hunting game of various kinds, from äie lordly lion «f the African wilderness to the humble rabbit which' leaps' through the pleasant woodlands ol our t-mother country. Nor in this colony of our adoption is the chase ' wholly neglected; emu and kangaroo hunting,, and the capture of gundry smaller game,,affords profitable pastime to many a disciple'of Nimrod. One kind of profitable pastime aas of late been pursued with an energy very creditable to the parties who engage in it. I refer to opposum hunt- ing, and the profit and loss attatched to the cap- ture of the animal in question! , ; Much of course might be said on this subject. That oppossum-hunting furnishes lucrative em- ployment to many who have not ti» energy or tho inclination to engageât more .laborious work I allow, and as th...

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MELBOURNE INTEBNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

MELBOURNE INTEBNATIONAL EXHIBI ' ". ; , , . TION, 1880. ' , ' J To THE EDITOB or THE WEST ATJ'STBALIAN. SIB.--I have had from Mr. Burges (late of | Tipperary, near York) his opinion that our mil- lers should show their flour at the Melbourne ] Exhibition. Good wheat can be grown here, and good flour can be produced from that wheat. Why therefore should Adelaide flour bevever, allowed to be superior to that grown here p I am in communication with the mil- lers, and hope they will send flour that will favorably compare, as I believe Western Aus- tralian wheat will, with any that is likely to be exhibited.' Care in the manufacture is all that is wanted ; whether it is in the preparation of the grain for market, or of the flour for the baker-the raw material is notably good. ! Will our farmers, will our millers, or will our bakers,,allow their inferiority to other Aus- tralians ?' Why should they'? I hope to' get the cordial > co-operation of both farmers and mU}ers¿,and see no reaso...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 1880. npHE comimttes appointed by HisExcel J- lency the Governor to carry out the m ention of the Legislature with regard to a proper representation of the resources of this - colony at the above mentioned Exhibition, appeal to the settler» and public generally to co-operate in the immédiate collection of aach products, natural, cultivated, and manu- factured, as may be exhibited with a proa - " peet of advantage to Western Australia, and «hey invite attention to the following lut of articles proposed to be sent : ANIUAL PRODUCTS. ^ Animals, Stuffed; Birds, do.; Beche-de saer ; Fish, Tinned and Salted ; Pearls, and Pearl Shells ; Shells of various sorts ; Tor- toise Shell ;» Whalebone ; Guano ; Skins of . Native Animals of every kind ; Leather of v varíaos description and preparation ; Swan's Down ; Soap ; Beeswax ; Wool ; Silk and Silkworms, Cocoons, Grain, «fee ; Oil. MINERAL PRODUCTS. " r Minerals of every description ; Geological > 'Specime...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

ü.i 1 'lililí lolirt »J u.il 'liun.. -j i Hi/{rp y^7^ . A Flrst-Clasis Bi-Weekly Ncwspaper ii i^f <|<ijt[ JI! J i J JjJi*- ?> "* * - fuit ii /ji<rr »iilifn ->l +S r ¡TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. ? 'j& ÎAihe mty,pifoeritfo>iiAru:oloni/ gUlliälied liubii i" offenem thftit bnce'a xoeék1 oj t<A. .>/!«. iLul /i-j-LJ ?< i' .TBÄM8>Q:P<<8TTB6CKIPTI0N 5S1. Prit ijUi'OlMÍETB'Éj/i20si-TER ANNUM i; f iib- tilJ<1 n ?> '*< ,Ti ' J ,-» llhPHB. quarters, terminate OIL the 'älst of * ? 1»^VWÏW 3Qth September aaid atw^ch^ppriods ONLY can¡ Sub )ing and ip quartet .»¿i # * »ii j1 r # i y SP <tr jBftfiHPÇ1? W9 dotnotgrye añilen nofye to the ¡ii A J"}?081?^ .1 asJ V's^yg tOj continue scrlption ; and it is patticujiiry frequestecí that persons forwarding notices for' insertion will fAtatP tilà nàaibeKofttiinesitb^y shall appear« ¡ .x >A|¿«a Ad>ertHine «íeaiart the '?" WEST...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARBIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARBIVALS-FKEMANTLE. May 28th.-DANIA, cutter, Kelly, from Bun- bury. 29th.-BELLE OP BUNBURY, schooner, Stewart, from Bunbury. 30th.-MYRA, schooner, Waldron, from Bun- bury. 30th.-OTWAY, s.a., Levicfc, from Albany via Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-Messrs. E. K. Jewell, Mr. M. Padbury, Messrs. Brockman (2), Mr. Gillam ; and 5 in the steerage. 30th.-HAEEIET, schooner, Dundee, from Champion Bay. DEPAETUEES. May 28th.-JOLIBA, barque. Gramkin, for Vasse. Passengers-Mrs. Gramkin and children (2), and Mr. W. E. P. Smith. 29th.-EXCELSIOE, barque, Brabhani, for Port Augusta (S.A.) Passengers-Mrs. Brab- ham and child, Mr. W. Gibbons, Mr. W. Hig- gins, Mr. H. Atkins, and Mr. J. Fountain. VESSELS IN HABBOUE. FREMANTLE. The barque Lady Douglas, for Champion Bay, early; schooner Mary, loading with sandalwood for Shanghai; the Argus (destination not yet known) ; the Laughing Wave, discharging,-will proceed to Mauritius at an early date ; the Spin- away, barque, discharging cargo, from...

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