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LATEST EOROPEAH MM, NINE DAYS LATER. (From the Argus, lrf February.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

LATEST EOROPEAH MM, NINE DAYS LATER. {From the Argus, lrf February.') The Electra, which sailed from Liverpool 011 tlje 15th November, passed Port Phillip Heads yester day shortly after noon. The principal items of in telligence contained in the jj,ewspftiiers brought by her were transmitted by electric telegraph to Mel bourne, and appeared in second and third editions of the Argus. To the telegraphic despatch we now add the letter; of pur London Cqjrespondeiit of the 4th No vember; and extracts from liles of English papers to the lStlu . . "BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. QucenscliH'e, 1.45 p.m. By the arrival of the Electra from Liverpool we have news to the 15th of November. THE WAR. " Hamburg, If ov. 14th.—A despatch from St. Pe tersberg announces that the Emperor left Nicho laieff on the ftli November for the Crimea, to take command in person of the army of Prince Gorts chakoff. The despatch adds:—'"The Emperor, found the brave troops tn the most perfect condition The day before yesterd...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, Jan. 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, Jan. 31st. Present: the "Chairman, Msssrs. Sullivan, Jones, Ilayeock, Simons, and Capt. Bell, The miniftes of tlip }jmt meeting were read and continued. The question of the sureties for the Clpr}f ,of thd Council was then mooted, and it was stated that ho lmd procured them, hut it having been suggested that the matter ought to come before the Council in proper form, the honorary Secretary ( Mr. Simons) acquainted Mr. Hopkins, who was in an adjoining room, of the wish of the Council, when he handed in a letter, tendering as his sureties, Sir. MePhail, of Epsom, and Mr. James Egaii Wall, of the White Hills. After some discussion, Mr. Simons moved, and Captain Bell seconded, " That .the sureties offered be accepted." Sonic of the members of the Council having ex pressed their ignorance of the pecuniary position of J)r. Wall, the suggestion of Mr. Simons, that he should speak to that gentleman on the subjcct, was accepted ; and having done so, he made to the...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 30th January. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 3Ctli January* (Before tlie Stipendiary Magistrate.) Attempt at .Mohder.—Jo.lui Johnson, of the White , Ilill?, v.t.3 charged by Ijjargaret Johnson, liis wife, -with (jutting and wounding with uttenipt to murder or to do gome grievous bodily hapn. Tlie prosecutrix stated tliaf., an Saturday last-, lier hus-' Ijftndi having been out, came lipme towards evening, .' and after some wot'cjs he struck her. The words used were tliaj; ?be wn§" $ -—T. He struck lier after, the words. There wpre two men in the lent waiting for. shirts \vl(icli slie had washed, when lier husband.re-; turned. not know t]|eir nauies. The men were present and interfered. He partly knocked her. down, , and threatened to put lier fhront. She went to Mrs1. Allen's, at tlie Seventh'White Hiil, and stopped there- : On Sunday evening prisoner came to Allen's, and threat', ened, if slie iliil not come home, bo would cut lier throat. He went away, and she did not iefuru borne. Oh Tues ...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRI[?]ES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRIOES CUBBENT. 3. Jones quotes as follows the wholesale prices current for past week, viz., Flonr.—Adelaide, per ton. -£50; Chilian, .C15. Oat3.—Scotch, per bushel, 8s..,0(1. to fla. W Bran.—Is. to 4s. (id. per busliel. Parley.—1.0s. per bushel. JIny.—Oaten, £13 per ton. Potatoes.—£'28 per ton. Onions.-—Id. per llv ' ' , : 8ugar.—Uarkj £33 to £10 per ton ; light, £10 to £12 per ton. Candles,—;Spenn, Is. 8il. per lb. Soap.—Colonial, £12 to £11 per ton. Pickles;—Mills, 12s. to 12s. (Id. per dozen. Fruits.—Bottled.' 21s. per dozen. Itice.—Patnii, £-!8 to £i0 per ton. Sardines.—Quarter tins, 12?. p,er ^ozeii; half tijis, 10s Tea^—Congou, £0 10s. per chest.' Auction Mart, Ml Mail.

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THE CASE OF MR. BENSON [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

•THE CASE OF MR. BENSON I We direct attention to a letter, which will bo found in this day's issue, relative to the case of | Mr. Benson. We think that a gentleman who lias been raised to tlie dignified position of one of the represen tatives for Beiuligo, by the miners, ought to he Suitably provided for in the performance of his ! important- duties while attending the Legislative i CouncilMv'.'Bcnson has manifested great activity i $.nd zeal hi promoting the interests of tli.e diggers, j is assiduous "uud constant in his attendance at-the : Council, aii(l recently exposed himself to some in I convenience by unwittingly having committed a ! brcach of privilege in his anxiety to communicate | to his constituents the resolution come to by the select committeec of the Council upon minjng on private propqrty. Jt is much better for the miners <)f Bendigo to liave a represcijtatiye ivlio is dis posed not onlyjroni jjrinciplo^nd feeling tc «-atch •6Vff_t1ieir "interest, butafso ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

;; .SANDHURST PHODUCK MARKET. •This lWkci .contiuu.es much about tlm same as Inst .Wee!;. Tlie absence of buyers, tlm bulk of whom are in >own, Jimits our traiianutioiis. Stocks generally .very ■low. ' " '' Floiir cojiiirijics In friir request. Sales of Adelaide ciuVieumlsr our noticc at £li nerton : Chilian is worth £11.' " ' (Vats.—No change, /food Scotch arc quoted lit Ob. Oil. ilark^t.rpjther hare. Colonial, ids; to 10s. Oil. ' ■ '' IInyuoutcn,,coroin£}» fre.e.!y,.5ti3j3 .s.eljs jeatliJy at £18 fo "CM per ton. . " . Mauritius. 'dark, .£38 per J,op ; yellow do., £14;,ilo ; Cossipoij?i 5^3J. per lb. " Rice.—Putn», *30 per tonl 'Market full. " ; .Candles.—Very firm. Belmont, , Is. Bd. to Js. 3,0d. J.erlii., Rckles.—Knt£, 10s. tp ilj^. per dozen; iywrts, 'IIOS' dll. ' " Brnii.^Litile oi'Mpjie filtering}..ve lictur,nf .soles .of. (juniuity tit -la. !)il. per bushel, which to-dny is the ruling figure.'., ... 1 MAcpiiErisoN & co.. • , AuctipiVeorsVMr^ffl}]., . (|^jbviiuivy ^...

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THE BESDIGO ADVERTISER. PROCEESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1856. THE EXPORT DUTY ON GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

THS BESDIGO ADVERTISER PROCIJjES.SJOS, Offi RIGHTS, AND O0R ItKSOUISCES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 10*0. TIIE EXPORT DUTY ON GOLD, Mr. Grant's propoyUqij tq repeal the export j duty on gold lias been rejected 1\V tlic Legislative Council. The decision of tjic House was fully I approved by the Ministry, every member of the Administration,; with all its salaried dependents, voting in the majority. No other course of action could have bpsri expected from men, through whose mismanagement, the finances of the country were thrown into inextricable confusion, and tlic colony brought to the verge of bankruptcy. Tq meet the emergency of a state of things.^vl'fo-Ji .l exhibited the national lialpjjstaJ^^with sn -&\'Sffi5-S^i!i£-iJe?nor side,"the expenditure of the | pojftjtry exceeding its revenue to a large amount, g, sclieme of taxation whs submitted to the Council, in or.dcr to adjust the difference, but as the Squat (jcracy WOTS included iif the ministerial arranger piont, and sought ...

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PUBLIC MEETING.—ELECTING THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

PUBLIC MEETING.—tiLECTlMl/ 1'ilK GOVERNOR. The public meeting to memorialise Her Alajcsty to concede 10 the people of tlie colony the right to elect their own Governor, cook plane lit A slier",(i Amphitheatre on Monday night lnat nt seven o'eloc!;. There was .110*. quite so numerous a gathering nt the hour of CiVramcncf ment as hnd been expected, but in ti few iwiirotos.the people began rapidly to .arrive, and there was ,i&ty sqiifr upwards of 11 thousand persons present. Upon tli6 plat form there was a numerous as&eniblnge of well ltnowrr colonists. The proceedings were commenced by His Worship the Mnvor, who stopped forward .ancirekdii the requisition presented to liim to cull the Meeting, it. wns signed by Mr. 'Wcstgarth, Dr. Owens, M. L. C., and others. lie then asked the meeting to choose their own chairman. He thought it bettor on the requisition being presented to hint to convene the meeting, but as ho hud himself a strong feeling of respect, he might Bay love...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

' '■■'•'SANDHURST S'j'<V(lK JlAHKF.T.; • flynVofip^mirlt^uliiB'.week nnpfiriiis our tUip'c'fnrnW fe.pojls".' AT-licdein/mfl to «£ili good, hml'wpll.oomiitjbried fltock comJrinju,d,B n xcndjv^iJe ..n,t l'fiiiiuiorniivo prices. A f ill of ele.vcn ji^ad, jbonglit nt llie'stiiJe-yni'iiR in MeHmnrnf hh an experiment,Realised;a guoil. profit on Melbmitnn ] jates. .-il v.".- . ; ' We may quote na follows Coinniou linrji-R. ,CJ0 to £M good do. nml liglit linr iirss. X30 to £.";j ; good draught, £;J5'to J, (iO; heavy do., noncjiflcml." • v.v. i-i-:-. 11« » i <11 • «• t> »r j ■- t' Slici']i market well smppliud, prices a oluulc etx'.e \— I'nt lilj-lli. slu'i'ji wnrlh l-!s. ),. -MACi'Il 1'liSON & CO., Auctioneer*. • Horse Bii/.unr, i'ull Mull. Sandhurst," J.st February, 1800. .. Jones'* Horse Depository, -■ -■'.*-j Bendign, 1st February, 1850. ~ We oqntinnc..to^ntnkevimjuiry ibt; siiperiur draught horses,; uttf'l pricds jirc'slill uplield.v Ori'-Wediiesday we d...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Wednesday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the ttelhournc Pajycrs.) Wednesday, 30th January. Tie Speaker took the chair ijt five minutes past three o'clock. NOTICES. Dr. Owens gave notice that on Friday he should ask the Surveyor-General whether any surveys of agricultural lands at Bendigo had been made ; and if so, the locality and extent of such surveys. : The Surveyor-General would answer the ques tion at once, If the hon. member would refer to the plans h,e would find that surveys had been made, and agricultural lands were open to selection near the Campaspe. These surveys jncluded niany hundreds of acres. Mr. Embling gptve nptice that qn Frjday he should move for a select committee to consider the practicability of introducing the alpaca info this colony, and the best mode in which (if practica ble) it could be accomplished.—Mr. Willis gave notice that on Friday he should move an address to Ilis Excellency the Acting Governor, praying him to cause to be laid before the House copies of any corr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

THIS J)AY, Jones's IIoisc Kcpo>itnrr, full Mali, ■JONES .will soli l)_v auction, tins « .; Jirimjjht, hnck, ami light {mriiphs liorats. Sale at liallVpmjt cjpven, a.m. TUESDAY, FEURUAllY 5th. Unreserved Sale by Auction. pT MARKS bos been favored with insfrnctionB 44.1 from tlie proprietors to sell by public Auction, pii'{j6he 'premises of Messm. Wilrond "and Co., Mundy gtfcet, the uliolo of their Stock-in-trade, .consisting of. PocBkin, Moleskin; Tweed, Cotton, end Worsted Cord Trousers Black cloth Shooting Coat* fancy ditto Monkey Jackets Telt Hats A variety of Boys' Clothing 8j- Calicoes A good assortment of Boots and Show Two wheel band Trucks ; ; IJooks, Stationery,&c., &<i. Tho wlioio to ho sold ivifhuut any reserve, on account Of the proprietor's leaving tho township. Sale to oommence at 12 o'clock sharp. 372feb7 Mer&tan&tec. BUILDING MATEWAJ.S, OH SALE, AT GRIPE'S TIMBER YARD, BULL STREET; i 300,000 feet 1 in. American tongucii an...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT (From Wednesday'S Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

I MELBQUUNE AyuoLESALK I'lliUKsS OOBBENT I .. . [From iVcdncsauyls Aryus,) UroadstuRs, &e.—Tbo.market lms remained verystcady, and the price of flour lifts unexpectedly 'advanced. But tlio advance has been mainly caused by (speculation, mid ennnot be maintained iii the face.of supplies now regu larly arriving from South Australia, and from' our own agricultural districts. V?e may now also shortly expect shipments froii) Tasmania, where the crops have been unusually good. Already the price has begun to . droop.! the higlicst quotation for first Adelaide, which had reached #32., being now £31, and the ifocall and Gallpgo brands ure not worth more than 023. per barrel.. The millers have also reduced their prices i.1 per ton within tlic lust week.' Oatmeal is now worth .£23 per ton. .Scotch oats have farther declined. Jlorscfeed generally is not firm. Potatoes aro slightly improving. Patnarice. lms shown a tendency dow'tiwiu'd; fine'Jaya lias advan ced, sales ara repoi teil at £...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE, (from our mixing reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE, (from our mixing reporter.} The quartz afcthc Kangaroo Gully is for a time abandoned by most of the workers, some being at present engaged ju alluvial mining, and others in quartz elsewhere. Some distanee.gbove this a new quartz workings is opened. Some Germans liayo been quietly .employed here for some time, and several other parties liaye been induced by tlicir constancy to try the reef. It is said tljat some very good quartz has been raised by the Germans, hut not yet crushed. The appearance of the hill on which this sinking is going on is wijcj, ij'nd there is very little quartz dciris upon it. ' ; At the head of Golden Gully a party of diggers are working qn the associative principle: twelve ,pf them having joinc-d together to paddock across •tlie whole width of the g.ully. They have been Bonje time at work, and are making a pretty coijsiderr able reservoir'as they go on.' l v Tl>e metropplitan works opposite .Qolden Square have commenced crushing and Am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

rOST-OFFICE. SANDHURST. LTST OF UNCLAIMED BETTERS FOR TIIE MONTH OF JANUARY, 185G. A Armstrong, Win AunewyAlex Addison, Adam Anderson, H Alg !i', Hy An.ier.soii, Kt Rover Anderson, F A Aitkin, John Absalom, Win Alexander, Alex Arnold, lid Anderson, Dr Jaa B Bu'dwin, John Byrne, B BuUekov, John Jiur nam, John IiiinkH Brothers and Cj Buttlor, William; Barrow, Thos Burns, W Ir linker, J P Butcher, Hy linker, Arthur Burns, Miss E Baker, John Brown, J;is G Bellemin, Albert Brown, Andrew Bewlcy, Hy 2 Brown, J W Benny, W '& J Bradford, Mrs Berry, J Bryent, Saml Boll," Frank Brooker, Win Benist, J hu Brodricic, M Bird, G T Bruce, J A B rd, G R Bri oker, Ellis Bjundv, Jnhn Brion, Wm B uvi'ea, John T Brigys, Geo loven, J.isE Uruce, Neil S lii rgess, \V Jiridgman, John Biikmeuls, JoUil Broiinan, Felix !i Button, Wm Bryce, Mr 2 U Cnrr, Pat Corcoran, Hy Cuiter, iTahez ' Collins, Tlios Cahill, Jas : Corner, Fred Curr, John C'urran, John & II 3 Campliell, D Cullen, W L Oi mpbell, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

EPSOM AGENCY.—Copies of this Paper can be Inul at O'Djyyei's Store, Kpsoin.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

SU1PP1NU 1 NT ISLI, W HN (J I PORT OF MKf.lJOUUN'K. Auun'iu). .Inmmry 29 jGoIus, scboonel^ from Adelaide 2'2nd instant. Jiuranry 30.—\V. U. ljvftv,n, schooner. from Newcustln 38th inst.; Champion, ijs.s., from Portland .will' Port j'niry SOtlt iiist.'/vitl^fortv.-fmr passengers; |tj oldseeker, jrclinoner, from Adeftudte 2l'th iiist:, with..ftft«c>i.,pft9sen.. Kcrs; Telegraph, steamer, from Sydney Uytli January, . svlth one h'ijmlred .and thirty-three pa'-jspngers. January SI.-—Lorenzo, ship, from Glasgow 8rd Octo ■ lier, i with "ten'; passengers ; ■ Mariijifita," scliodneVi' from WarriiambOQl .'JOth ult. j-Albion, schooner,. from New : pastle 22|jtliu!t.; Eleotra,'llutcli ship, from Liverpool 37th November, \rjt)i one hundred iind two passengers; Alma, schooner, IfOiri Sydney. Henry-Gillespie, barque, from I.nndor} S5th September; Marchioness, schooner, from. Mauritius. ' • ' 1 ■ A'• ' 4 R.Ut,F.n. ■ ' ' '' .]ijiuini:y 3!).'—Ilnvilah, steamer, for Adelaide; Burra Jlurra, stcniner....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

Sandhurst Directory-. A-DEL AIDE OBSERVER OFFICE;—(Sold bought. Jt!L Amalgamated CI old Smelted. EENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. Jolm Harney, proprietor. *' BOARDING and DA? SCHOOL.—5Ira.. Birchall, Mltcliel 1-atreet, Sandhurst, cottage above tho resi daticoofL. Macpherson, Esq, 520feb27 CO, M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water • Manufaoturer, Menus-street. Lato C. and J. McDonald. GOOPliR & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl COHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-atreet. 66Glliarll R. WALL, Bosquot and RurjknStrcots, White Hills Hamlet, 7 th While Hill. D 6r. W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, nnd General Commission Agent, next the PostOfiice. HOLLINGSWORTII, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. JT OWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and XX ' . Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-street, ■Sandhurst. 209o [TAMES CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy -w street. JAMES BOONE, M.D. Oflices: on Pall Mull...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. (From Wednesday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. (From Wednesday's Arfins.) I Gold remains at £3 158. 3il. per ouuce at (lie Mel bourne brokers, with very little trade doing. There linn been au iucre'asc in the inquiry for shipment to-day, but the amount on offer has been trilling, lluty was paid on 50G5 ounces for expojt. of which 400-1 ounces were for the Beemnli, nnd 100 onneea for the Invincible, both for England ; and 471 ounces for Ilong Kong, by the Annie, on Chinese account.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

CQMiU EK.CIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MAHKET. .AdvertiserOffice, P-riday Eveuinff. /told is quoted at 15s. Oil. per oz. Mr. Bannerman, of ,tlie Bank gold office, View Point, reports " During the prist week there lias been ponsitlerable animation in die gold 'market, and a suddei; njivance in price from 74s.- fld. to 75s. Ud., took 'glace on Wednesday, morning. As there is uo alteration in tlio Exchange, tlie reason" of this advance is hot apparent'; but wc believe we may with.conlidencc attribute.it to Uie desire of tlie hanks to pay the full price to the public for the gold tliey p'.irohase, by assimilating the prices nt the goldficlds to the price in Melbourne."' Above an average amount of golil-dust l|as Ijeen j fleeing, and \ye do not anticipate any falling off in the next Escort return.' Among other improvements, \ye ojjserye the ajjplica timj Qf steam power fo 'puddling machines by Messrs. Balfour at Eagleliawk, who' are erecting a fine engine for that purpose. The proces...

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THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION-STONE OF THE MASONIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION-STONE   OF THE MASONIC HALL. YestaMny afternoon this interesting ceremony came off with considerable eclat, The brethren mustered in great strength, both as regarded their numbers and the position of those present. Each of those having any special dnty to perform was well up in it, and we noted an entire absence of anything liko confusion—an elo-. inent which we have occasionally seen rather extensively imported into meetings of this description, The ad dress delivered by the Acting Master of the lodge, brother   J. C. Duncan, after the laying of the foundation-stone, was woll delivered and frequently applauded. We by no means flatter this gentleman when we say that lie ful filled-the duties of his office exceedingly well, and ablv maintained its dignity. The lodge, held previous to the formation of the pro cession, met at the View Point Hotel, from whence the latter started in the following order:— Steward. Hand. Steward. Munic...

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