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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

ktebaa Steam lattin Co. FURTHER Reduction in Fares. ON and after this date the Fares by the MAIL BOATS of the above Company will be as follows : Steerage. Saloon. To Townsville ... JEO 10 0 ii 0 0 Bowen ... 10 0 1 14 0 Mackay ... 14 0 2 0 0 Rockhampton... 1 10 0 2 17 0 Brisbane ... 1 1* O 3 O O Sydney ... 2 X t O -» O O tort »ongliv» ... OVO O IO O Cooktown ... 0 7 0 0 10 0 BURNS, PniLP and CO., Ltd., Agents. October 1, 1SS4. JAS. STEWART, DRATMAX, CAIRNS. Goods Delivered to any part of Town or Country. A large quantity of BLOCKS for Building and Fencing purposes on hand, and delivered at shortest notice. HORSES FOR HIRE. A. KEEBLE, DAIRYMAX and COWKEEPER, Begs to announce that he is now supplying the public of Cairns and neighbourhood with PURE MILK at Cd per quart. HORSES LET OX HIRE. EXTRAORDINARY COOLNESS May be obtained dunnsr the great Heat of Summer by the u*e of our ¡ou-dmjjctiig KsfrifíutíJ! COMPOSITION upon the Galvanized Iron Roofs of Residences, Stores, Hotels, i.e. For ...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

- Our Xeigltboiira [feoji OU* OTTO «ORRXSPOXDISTS.] HEBBEBTON. _ Jaanaïy ô. Unit "rush" seekers are returning by degrees , none the better for their journey. Some are ia a delapitated condition, and some have arrived without their " soles." AH who left with mining tools have left them on the way for the use of the blacks, who will probably practice the art of murdering white-feUows with them. Altogether the trip has been unfortunate to our lot-whatever it may ¿are been to others-and takln» the number that went away against those who have re- turned, I am inclined to think this district a Kaintr, as while I notice one or two strangers, the, missing ones are just as well away, see- ing th.it some of them are classed in the category of " bad marks." One patty of the .' decent" sort, however, has not tnrned wp yet, and some little anxiety is occasioned by their dolay. Theri< are two events, taken ia canaecttoa one with tho other, that give rise to Beriou3 thou<jlie...

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The Colonial Secretary. (THE AUSTRALASIAN) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

~ ITie^ColÔBiarSecrètâry.""" ' , (TBS AvSTBALASIAï) Ir it is 'true, as it ia reported, that Prince Bismarck is intriguing to bring about the downfall of the Gladstone administration, he has been wonder- fully aided hy the recent action of that Government in dealing with the aspira- tions and demands of Australia. It has helped his purpose that the Secre- taryship of ¡State for the Colonies was in the hands of one of those gelatinous administrators who have acquired the reputation of being "safo" men, be c tuso they arc destitute o£ constructive statesmanship, are content to let things drift, never do to-day what they can put off until the morrow, and are physically and morally prone tofàtneam tixe. The Euri of Derby is a man of this stamp ; aud, in addition, it is prob- able that his besetting infirmity be- clouds his recollection, aud renders hiin forgetful one mouth of tbe state- ments made and assurances offered a month or two previously- This is, at any rate, a more kindly hypot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

Special Column. APLLTST, BKOWK" AND CO., LnniEDj TOWNSVILLE. ~ THE above Company intend running a a Steamer between Townsville, Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone Rrv er, 1po\ ins _Town8vjUe_cvcrj. Monday, arriving at Cairns tm ^"àn^kîr.j afternoon^ *Vr Falcs and Freights apply to BTJBNS, PHILP and CO., Agents A S. N. . C O M F A ST-Y. CHRISTMAP HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. The Splendid Steamers "ELA3IAN<Ï," 1200 tons, Captain IiAxr. " KATOOMBA," 1150 tons. Captain Aem fcTRONfl. "QtriEADTG/* 1500 tons. Captain M*c Lkaiít'*-'- ~ -j . - - " WENTWORTH," iooo tons, Captain Mcwso. LEAVE CAIENS EVERY TUESDAY for TOWNSVrLLK. BKISBANE. SYDNKVj AND MKT-BOUK^iE. Splendid Accommodation. I Ko Cnnli tor Bortlts \ Lo»«flt Roiluci*L\ Rnte». I Ayplj t« . *-**«, BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. E DITHVALE AND SWALLOWS | WHAKF. The s.s ZEUS will leave for the nbove EVERY DAY (executing Thursdays) ttt 10 o'elock ¡mu., RetiirninR same tiny, eoui niencwp; on Monday, the Sth inst. For...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

NE« DIVISIONAL MALL, CAIRNS. FOR THREE NIGHTS, eoiriíENciNíi TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, AMD TWO FOIXOWIXO NIrtHTö. PROFESSOR ARMAND, THE POPULAR LECTURKR AN» FAMOUS MESMERIST. AMAZING! AMUFDÍO ! INSTRUCTIVE! Door3 open 7.30 ; Commence at S sharp. Admission, 4s, 3s, and 2s. W. r. B. BATES. FBOFKSSIONAL Taaar. Bagalater, uá Bif irw OF PIANOS, ORGANS, AND HARMONIUMS, IX ALL THIIB BEAMCBIS. , Late of Paling, Kaye, A Jefferie«, Brisbane ; _ Paling & Co., Toowoomba ; R. T. Jefferies ; and Head Tuner Queensland Piano and Music Warehouse Company, Brisbane. MU8ICAL INSTRUMENTS 8ELECTED OR VALUED for Intending Purchasers. ADDRESS : HOLMES' HOTEL. A GOOD OPENING in Cairns for a SAD- DLERY BUSINESS. Full particu- lars, FRED. T. WIMBLE, Und and Estate Agett, Cairne. WANTED known that subscribers to " The Caibks Post " can Bave 5s per anaum by paying in idvant i. IIS, MP 1 CO., Limited, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Have junt to bund cm "Airlie" from Hong Kwjîi 2000 inntH RICE ¿0 *-chi-rt» HONG MEE TEA-in ...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

3f% Cairns |losi. THIIBSDAT.JAXI7ABY15, 1885. A considerable amount of indignation and contempt has been expressed by the residents of Cairns and district upon learning the names of the appoint- ments recently made by the 31inistry to the Commission of the Peace. An appointment of this character in past times was regarded as a distinction, and was only bestowed upon gentlemen of int«l licence, holding prominent posi- tions iu. life, which had either been attained by honourable conduct and actions which warranted a mark of dis- tinction. The appointment of gentle- men on the Commission of the Peace was regarded as a recognition for pub- lic services rendered, and meritorious conduct, which had raised the indi- vidual upon which it was conferred as a person qualified to fill such -a re- sponsible position. Tinder such cir- cumstances it ivan deemed, and felt to be, an honour conferred upon the recipient. Such precedent of estab- lished usages as this are entirely ignored by the presen...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. January 8.-Fitzroy, s.a., Capt. NiglttinffaTI. foo« S\ y, via IirUlxrae and poets. Paaaewijcnr-Mr. and Mrs. Hanson and 3Irs» lleutuisy, ant 11 in steer January s.-ararmoa, s.a.,. Capt* Hampton, from Sydney, via Briskme and port*.. January 10.-Fitzroy, sa, Capt. NightiBgall, from Cooktown. Passengers-üíessrs. Stroan» Starcke, Swallow, Amos, "Warren, Sing1 He, Lee Boty» Te Cbingv and 3 m steeraçe. -"?Jñnoary50.-*>L'iiaiíCT,"^Aí Capt. Hampton, from Cooktown, Jannary 11.-JELunansr, a.s" Capt. T. Meo, from Sydney, ria Brisbane and i>orts. January li.-Burdekin, s*s« Capt» Kear, from Townsville, vii Johnstone River. Passengers alegars. Iluelïlaîid, 3IIÍ., Ro«e, Miïmnni Captain PeaayiVtt1ierYJone3. CLukrandO in gt**iuso.~- ? -- Jautuiry I4--WV.m-iro, s*s., .Opt- Phillipa, from Sydoeyvvia. BrLdtaiie-aiul p-îtts. Passenger»-Mrs. Bjites^Miss Prose, Mvara«, \r, P. B- R±tea. A; Meston, Janies. T. Tickle, It- Giles. J. M. Richards Tweed, nnd 1* ni stecra^i ^ -* -

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

DEPARTURES. -. . ? - January S.-Fifat-my, *.s»t Ctl>t. Xiichtingall, for Cooktown. PasÄ-nccrs- Mrs. I*. Severin, Miase* Severin, lilWärs» V. F. Swallow-, Johnson. S. Coch ntu*% WiftKinr» Anli^AU Teil, an*l3ínsrtceniíre.*-' JttasstasTy^.-^MtnuW*»»- >*.«., Capt. Uatai'toa, for. Cook to»ru. XtJLUury 10.-Fitzroy» &¿t.» Cai»t. SiicMintratl. for Sydney, viti Brisbane autl ¡kirU. Pa«swn<*,rs-Ifrs. tíctlrtes, Miss S. Petersen, Messrs. GeiMes, t». Seter in. Catham. G. M. Davis, ami 17 in «teenuce. January IO.-Miir-mt»«. «*.«.» Opt. Hampton, for Sydney, \ Ia Btîsïmiuî »ml iw>rts_ January t;.-KUiiuuuf, s.î*., Cij't. T. take,. for Mel Mürne, \i,, Brislmiie and ports» Passenger»-3 ia stet'ra*re. January 1 «.-BunleWu, twu» Capt. Kear. for TawH» - vi«.*, vu. Jotnusno. Bjver. Vinatuíf M«*W~. alslBlL. lskiMl,IsTX.A^ ^?f"-. >*tlrt«nTi1. nwil ^Mfctu w*a-tiT>y*sit*>--r '

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

Our Brisbane Letter. \**t>* oo» own coasEaroxntsT.) i Pahlumkst is now out of town, the Governor is at Southport, the Premier is leaving for Melbourne on Tucsdav, and all our politicians are taking a holi- day except the Minister for Work*, who sits m his office receiving deputa- tions of disinterested ¿mMviutials whoi all wish to persuade him that the new railways which are to be made will be * disastrous failure if they »re »rot brought through the»*r property. Mr. Miles now finds that it w impossible to please every one, «n»-l that the frrand railway policy which was to hnv« Sept his party ia office will pn>b»b!y luid in alienating at least Mi their supporters. I think he too would be glad to get out of town «dv that wherever he went fresh deputations would await him. The Port Douglas people will. I sup- pose, be expecting a vi«it from him fcoon. and it rjjaam«! to he seen what lie will do about your line. The Treasurer, too, cannot be perfectly happv,as» the English finnuv...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

?¿e» .Bésmmi --?-' SYDNEY, Jascaut 10. Another case of small-pox was re- ported to the Government medical officer last night. Jaxuabi 12. The transport steamer Tamar, with relief crews for the man-of-war vessels on the Australian station, arrived here on Saturday. Rear-Admiral Lyon, who succeeds Commodore Erskine, is a passenger by the incoming mail steamer Indus, ex- pected to arrive next week. Three more eases of small-pox are reported at Balmain, the patients"being a man named Joseph Franklin and his two children, who have developed the disease in a vry severe form. They have been removed to the quarantine station together ti ith -other l'mnaio» of the house. Lord MacDonald and Lord Elphin- stone are passengers by the incoming Suez mail Indus. The cricket match, Englishmen v. Wollongong, on Saturday last, re- sulted in a bolTow" victory* for the former. It is said that over 15,000 persons visited the e.s. Austral yesterday (Sun- day) while berthed at Circular Quay. Jaxvaby 13. Dr...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

? ('atrae ftttiftiotaal Bferd. A MSaTiHO of the abovo Brsard was held on the 7th instant-. £re«ttt '.-Messrs. Kenny (chairman), Byan, Severin.Loridan, Mackey, Hobson, Street, Hook, and Dougl.13. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The outward corres- pondence was read by the Clerk to the Board, and on the motion of Mr. Street, seconded by Hockey, was adoptad. The in- ward correspondence waa read. Mr. Stackey proposed, and Mr. Loridan seconded-" That it We received." A letter from Mr. **V. E. O. Hill, pointing out to the Board the necessity of furnishing aal fltting-up the new hail with . pro ?enium, curtain, wings, Ac., on the stace, and also offering to render his assistance in organising a concert to raise funds for the purchase of a piano for the use of the hall, was dealt with by Mr. Loridan propoains, and Mr. Byan seconding-"That Mr. Hill be informed that the Board accept his offer with thanks in reference to the raising of funds tor the purpose of purc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 January 1885

THE (neenslaad National M, Incorporated under "The Companies Act," isex BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF -,, , _ M,*> qcuuttusD. » _ vw**-STa*K*"ir ^ 103,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Batea. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advances wade against Tin and othei Produce, and all other usual hanking business transacted. HTM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. T HE HERBERTON ADVERTISER.' A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on 'Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s ?per quarter, or JLi annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has u large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the Wild River tin, silver, and copper minen. EDWARD MYERS. Proprietor. ROBERT CRAIG. REGISTERED . CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, A110TT4TBHT, CAIKV1, (next New Tattersalls Hotel). PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A complete stock Pure Drugs and Patent Medicines is kept. Also, best brands Cigars. Tabacco. Pipes, Stationery, JS.C , ¿c , at ...

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General Scratchley's Mission. (THE AUSTRALASIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

General SentehleyVi Missiou. (The ArsTBAiasux.) The arrival of General Scrntcblcy, the publication of bis instructions, and the information which he lins frankiv afforded to (lie Press «iib respect l"o his duties, lu's jurisdiction, and the spirit m which lie enters upon his labours, have materially contributed to elucidate the position of affairs regard- ing ZS'cw (ruinai and the Imperial Gov- ernment. It id perfectly apparent that not only has there leen no eorrespon deuce or négociations between the German Chaiieerv and the Forei-m or Colonial Office in Westminster "\\ ¡th respect to the occupation by Genminv of a portion of Xrw Guinea, but that lier .Majesty's Special CommisMuiici' «.as not a little astonished on roaehin« kmg George's Sound to learn that the German Ung bad been hoisted on that island. This doe» not relievo Lord Derby from the blaine wlikh 'UbI\v attache* to l»im {or uot luvvins tteteil I rben b *M» * w»lgli*'*-*>y stroke - of his pen Lavo continued" the j 1 p...

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Herberton Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

Herberton Muting Notes. At Herberton the Bradlaugh, Wild Irish, maa. St Patrick, Three Star, Old Chum, Black King, and Great Northern are in fall twing again. Since the holidays several other claims hare not yet renewed opera- tions. The Herberton Tin Co.'s battery ia at present engaged crashing the Great Northern stone, while teams are busily en- gaged carting from the Wild Irishman and the prospectors. The Three Star is raising splendid stone from a depth oí 180ft, and this property never looked better than it does at this present time. At Irvinebank mining, crushing, and smelting operations are being carried on actively. Several waggon loads of ingot tin have been despatched by the new track, to - Port Douglas. In some of the claims the water is proving troublesome, and may possibly retard operations somewhat until the wet season is over. At Rotura Creek, or Coolgarra, extensive additions and alterations are being made to the crushing plant erected, and mine owners are receiving ...

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Separation. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

Separation. Esteact from pamphlet issued by theNorth ern Separation League : (continued.) Under the head of mining we find the trae mineral wealth of the North, which con- tributes so much to the prosperity of the whole colony, and wnieh gives Queensland a name lu the Southern colonies, also in com- mercial circles iu England. The returns np to the end of last yer.r show that there are sixty-five crushing machines worked by steam poiver, driving Cll head of stampers, against seventeen crusliing machines with 202 head of stampers working in the South. On.the Northern fields there were issued in 188?, 4011 miners' rights and 10!) business licenses, against 2432 and 22 respectively in the South. The number of mining companies registered in Chartei-3 Towers, Cape ftiver, Hodgkinson, Palmer, and Bavenswood is fortv-six, with a subscribed capital of .£5111.105, while the Southern fields have 121 companies, with a subscribed capital of .£5Gs,lS3. The extent of the alhnial and quartz ground...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

Special Colaina, APLIN, BBOWN AND CO.. Limite», TOWNSVILLE. THE abo\e Company intend running a a Steamer betveon Townsville. Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone Eiver, leading JTownsville_ every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. For Fares and Freights apply to BUIiNS, l'UILr and CO., Agents. A S. N. COMPANY. C1IE1STMAS HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. The Splendid Steimors "ELAMANG," 1200 tons. Captain Lakf_ " KATOOMBA," 1150 tons, Captain Al£* STEOXC!. "QUIKAING," 1500 tons. Captain Mac EiEAlT. "WENTWORTH," 1000 tons, Captain Musito. LEAVE CAIRNS EVERY TUESDAY for TOWNSVILLE, BRISBANE. SYDNEY, AND MELUOTJRNE. Splendid Accommodation. Xo Crassvfor Berths. Lowest Seduced Ratest -gi. Apply to BTJBNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOWS WHAEF. The s.s ZEUS will leave for the above EVEEY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.m., Beturmng same day, com- mencing on Monday, the 8th inst. For Fares and Freights, apply BUENS, PHILP and CO., Agents. FB ED....

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

APPBOXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. For the week enddío Januaby 28. D-iyof the neeV. Tim as day Viuuax Svru it DAT Sum DAT Monday I Homing 'Aifrnooo

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

^c Cairns fytnt THUBSDAT,JANUABT22. 1883. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. The rainfall for the week ending 21st instant was 205 inches. Weather close and muggy, with S.E. winds; cloudy. The telegram from Herberton reports that late Sub-inspector Nichols has been acquitted of the charge laid against him in reference to the Irvinebank affair. We feel sure the residents here fully endorse this verdict, and feel sympathy with him under the circum- stances. It will be seen by our advertising columns that an entertainment will be given on Mon- day next, at the Cairns Divisional Hall, for the benefit of Professor Annand. The pro- gramme shows the professor will be assisted by several of our leading amateurs, and a good evening's entertainment may be ex- pected. By the Torres Straits Mau we have re- ceived a copy of the British Manufactures, a journal published monthly by Messrs. Kuhner, Hendschel and Co., 145 Cannon street, London. It contains a large amount of information relat...

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IMPORTS. EX RANELAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

IMPOSTS. Ex E.VSELAGH. Ctm»««*a. to aV Crai*.-I cum dru«av . _ ' ConslgiUMfc to Bo»«, Pbilp «m1 Co.-* caaen »M«am bacon» 3 «lo chee«e, 1 do sugar. MiseaIIatt<eoas.~'35 empty hlula» 6 caaes fruir, 1 do nystant > da «trag», I bay imldltftT,1 aw. » reitet*. 3 kegs crackers, 1 cave bean cuni, 1 chest tea, 10 co3«jsondrio*. 1 case, 2<Io coils wire, 2 do oil, 2 do soy, 1 do salt olirex, 1 jar salt, 1 box tobacco, 1 bul« mattiöff.-Banip, Philp and Co.. agents. Ex Katoomba. Consigned to Bunu, Philp and Co.-1 case drapery» 1 paper TttreeL Miscellaneous.-2 rolls mnttimr, 2 trusses, 20 eases kerosene, 2 bundles shovels, 4 cases axes, 1 roll leather, ti cases fruit, 1 horse. 12 ba^st medicated cake, 5 do maize, 2 boxes caudle?, 1 packairo bacon, 1 cheat tea, 1 bair salt, 2 kct?s soda, 1 case sauce, 1 do vinegar, 3 sack* nour, I case S3*rup, 1 da groceries, li do kera- ' ssmv-Buru«*, Philp ami Co., agents. I EX BURPEKIN. I Mîseelhneoii«.-iï lureels, and saw mil! machiner...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 January 1885

I DEPARTURES. í1 -"-Janturr, 15.-2anclagli, s.S., Cant. Beal, for Cook- town.. Passengers -Hess». Sturcke, an>l Sam Shit*. January 17.-Vtarre^o, s.S.» .Capt. Phillipa, for Sydney, riii Briibaue and ports. " l'nasensera-airs* aal aíiss HolmtarM^rs.Williim?,TickIe,Eichaxds, Duliíli-tb, aud 10 in steerage. January 17.-BaneLi^L\ s.a., Capt. Beal, for Sydney, ria. ^izKinriuid «ort«. Pt*si^turers-Mus Browne»' Meat». HuWufd. Bhotfe, nod lain steers*«. Jamtury li>.-Katoomba, sjs., Capt. Aroistroiur, for F Fort Bouclas. January :».-Katoomba, s.S., Capt. Arnntrooir, for 3Ici.>o.;rue, via BrU1«ine mid ports. Passenger*--Mrs. Btirke, Messrs. Macnamara, James, "W. H. Tait, awl »Ï in steera.ro.

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