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AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Wednesday, Nov. 30. Tbc changes in the pioduce market since last Week have been trifling. Good floor still sells readily fur Immediate use, bat inferior sorts arriving now have to be stored. The quantity of Adelaide or other first-rate flour on hand Is small; but new fluur will be very shoitly coming iu from Sooth Australia, and It will not be many weeks now before the up country millers will be able to get to work again for the supply of their own districts. The weather is setting in so dry that the wheat this year will be fit for the mill almost as soon as reaped; and the millers wilt, no doubt, he anxious to make up for all the time lost while their mills have been idle. Oats have been iu better de mand, and prices are firnnr, in consequenoe of the reported failure of this crop iu several parte of this colony,and the talling-off in the supply of maize coming forward from New South Wales. Notwithstanding the large j ield of this grain last season, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SHAKE MARKETS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE SHAKE MARKETS. MKLBOlHtNE. Mce&w. BaUlle and BottrM teport far the wnk, of tbe ctock and share market, M follows "Our moiilht.v rrpo't of the flock ard share market, li&uod on litday last, 1 civet but little to JK'tia1, the cJo»r «'l ibc week not Wiug marked by hhs m>i»orlant alteration. a «|«c«1 meeting of the bcaredulc Great Late ded Company wit lieU for the |iurjK>>c el Increasing the capital, ind bringing Die company under the new ad. both of which object* were agreed to. Ibe capita) now aland* at £M!,t)00, In 6,000 iharcs of £10 each. £6 paid up, calls on the*c not to exceed 10* per share, at interval* of three month*. A apodal meeting of the Ajax Company mm also held, for Uio purpose of cow-Id- ring the position of the mine, and of bring ing it under the new act. Offer* of tribute were laid beJore the meeting* hut noue were accepted; awcck'* time bclug given the director* to ascertain what were the beet bond tide offer* obtainable, and report to th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Mefctre. James Smith, Oldham, Walter Kington, and Mcssir. Hawkins, Copeland, and Bailty, ghucbrokeix, Ballarat, report as follows: - *' Ballarat, Siturdiy Evening.—In all companies where gold is not being obtained a marked depre cUlion in the value of atrip is noticed in this week's trannotiona A great deal of money that hu been diverted bom borne uses has found a hearty wel come at Baykufurd. Dayleeford scrip is familiar at every Ballarat fireskle-4et us hope that Us potteefion m»> gladden iu hearth*. A great gloom baa bean cast over these ventures by the sudden and unexpected recession in the price of Wombat-hill scrip. They have fallen £460 | or share in leas than three tnooths, We trust that there is uothiug to warrant mo oxeeefiva a depredation* If It should turn out ihal the fall was warranted, our remarks andtuggesthiBa last week w«!i bare been made with aome pn«l to tboss who took the trouble to road them. It may not be out ofpUoe to assert again, that in teres a that onc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

WOOD'S FOIST. Mr. O'fifudon writes (2.ird November) u follows "Since tny last report, a con«iJm.ls amount of business) baa hern done In ourtwrk-t, the Never Mind Beef Laving the cell as to the number of sale«. A tenth share in ibe ttot-ptciorv' Claim ha*. been sold for £1,000. Tbcrt arc no other bUrvs in the market from this tialm. In the neighbouring clahn, * Heffcr DanV Shamrock, a rich reef has been struck. A sixteenth chare in Ko, 1 South is n parted at *300, a; Which price no more are obtainable. All Nations quiet, though ibe very Sue stone u>.en out of the waoAiel yesterday must twvc a uuv-t fav ourable in floesce on the tharee of Ibis romi«anr. In Prince of Waits Amalgamated, the thirty-second abarue have advanced to £70.* offend. The r«f is likely to be e*rock<n this claim in a fortnight. The Loch fyne and Fern-tree directors lave declared a dividend of fis. per share, aa this cor.ipunj are now getting out very fine stone. The Age of Progress Company hare paid ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE JORDAN GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE JORDAN GOLD-FIELDS. The following information respecting the Jordan gdld-Cdde U extracted from the recently published collection of mparts from mining surveyors and Rgii'ran for the quar ter ending Sept. SO :— JXM1X80X WBDIVIBIO*. Number ot miner*— Alluvial, 276 (Including 46 Chinese); qn.rtz, 110: total, 886. Nnmbtr ol pqunrcmika of alluvial ground which fe being, or may lutw bean, actually ' ' upon. about 41- Number of distinct worked quartz-reel* which bare bees actually proved to be auriferous to thepvueent time, 2. Tue rajce of KcHd dftilut tbi uifitabdl* virion, baa been £3]6t 8a. per cs. During rbe quarts, four aurlfeiocj quarto retail hare been struct in that portion of the dirtilct ]} ii.g between flour Sag and Hack'* Creeks, and embracing Sailor Bill'* Creek. Tbe flirt of thorn dtsooveitea ma oooadoosd by a party, who arrived in the district a few dais prtviouslj, ditpovecing pieces of auri ferous quarts amongst tbe rnota of a fallen trie, which fragments, on a subsequ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MINING NOTES. Hie jteld of Ibe Ajtx Company, Casticmalue, for (be week to S&ox. from S40 tons of stone. Beehive Mining Aaaodaiion, TkrTenguwcr.--Danng (be week ending St*h lost., 139J tone mere crushed, vtelding from pea and ripples 140oz. tiklwt. amalgam. ; Ibe pruqiects oo ibe bott in continue good. Eagiebavfc Mining Association, Tarrengoirer.—The sinking of tile adiieebilt to being proceeded with, fire feet having been completed. b'o change hu as yet taken place In the appearance of the reef, although a little gold ih oocaaonally seen in the atone, and the malto cniinue veil defined. Grand Junction Mining Abocuuoo, Tarre&gowar. —A crushing of Ward's of lb tons yielded 44o& 16dwt. 15gr.; Poolings, SOI tons, yielded Mftoa. fidai. amalgam. On Ltole'a Eol-T, the Monitor baa 7 too* of fmjable atnoe raised, and the groood ii looting Mr. Duncan's parly have atntckgold In a small flat leader, from mhieh they expect good results. bev-Cbum Mining Company, Beodigo.—Y...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOTAL LOSS OF THE BARQUE SEA BREEZE. (FROM THE LAUNCESTUM EXAMINER, NOV. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

TOTAL LOSS OF THE BABQUS SEA 1 BREEZE. (noil m UEKCSSTtS aUKIISK, SOT. 26.) Thmraday filfht, bringing farther tntelltgenoe from ndeotj-^la " " ' " "' onr own oorrapondent :—la reporting the total lorn of the Sea Broeae, bertiue, Mltwngimr, tliptaln Bee, It loij _t» m well hriegr^ to^ recapltu 'kle ftf SMCMkUOff STtttfc bered thni on Sunder, the 15th, «t high tide, Un wind off chore, the Bin Broeae, hogging tho land with 'tho view at rounding tin Bus, atnidk upon Un outer end of the diorai Not BeeT At twaem. ondfonday, a boot from tin ahip ranched the totreehlp with a raqoeet bom the obtain to llr. BamEmmeU to act e« agent la procurlnflnbour, he. to (ether off. Mr. Emmett, with the saptaln, tocfctech vigorcui etepe In procuring men to work day and night that by midnight the nam day 100 tana of colli were got out of her, and it heiogblgh the net On Totaday edlenooo ifcji g( eheWeaalotinlde the wharf, na far w hetdrnught of water would allow. She waa found do In much attained, and waa ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PASSAGE THROUGH TORRES STRAIIS-BY BLIGH'S ENTRANCE. (FROM THE MADRAS TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

A PASSAGE THROUGH TORRES STRAUS -BY BLIGH'S ENTRANCE. (PROM TOE MADRAS TOfW.) Bir,—Ab anything tending to the promotion of commerce end the safety of navigation will, T am cure, meet with your approbation and support, I beg leave to forward to you a short account of my pas sage through Torres Straits, In the ho^e that U may tend in some measure to dispel those gronndlesi ob jections which so many navigators hare to that pas sage. The >e ship Quern of the East, finder my command, left Port Jackson on the 291b June, 1894, with horses, bound to Madras, and, although I had never been through Tones .StcaUs, 1 determined to take that passage rather than attempt a winter passage round Gape Leuwin in a lain ship, with the almost certainty of losing some of the horse*. I accordingly took the ordinary, route to the northward, but, owing to a succession of very light .winds, and four daye' calm, I did not eight the " Eastern. Fie.di" until tbe 14th July, and, from the same pause, did not pa...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSO*rS BAY, ABBIY£D.—Da& S. BMUM. aMp. 822 ton*, Andrew Milter, from- Oon domlMli July. r.mmflwn -obtot NB.nl HIwm Crura (tiro), Mr. J. IMdor; ul fourteen tn tin tlemft- Voanpmn «ndOo., agaon Waia of Ufa, aUp, 1,M» tout Aberdeen Cllppm Una, Jamaa Lawaon, from London knd Plymouth 'lllnSaptonibar; Pwaroser*—cabin: Mr*. and Mime. JoBmten (two), Mr. Stepheni, Dr. Hendanon. Dal koty and Co., afraDta. ' . . _ „ . We«ten>. *J>., W. Lnoaa, from Portland, Bel fa*, «ai Wamamboottnd in*. Pantagem—oaMn: Him Borr, Mr. and Mia. Hllla, Mr. fiuoderUnd; and ten In fix ataerago. 8. G. Hantr, agent. Dnc. 4. Golnara, aehooner, 161 tone, E. Jenkins, from Tie tor Barbour, & A. ,80th nit. Paaaangara—caUn : Mia. Jenkkn and child, Mlaa Clark. J. H. White and Co., **2k«odora DtU, Swedish barque, 434 tons, H. P. Wulfl, from FooCbow-Foo 1* October. No paasen get*. Junes Bent/ and Co., agents. Dawatone, iMp, 496 tons, Black Ball Line, Alexander Brown, (Tom London S-'tb J uly. P...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

POET CHALMERS. Nov. 25.—E, P. Bouverie, from Glasgow. Nov. 27.—Albion, from Melbourne; Otago, from 6ydney; Malay, from Newcastle. 6ATLKD. Not. 2#.—Ctathft, for Sydney. Tax ship Rarensbourne arrived in Hobson's Bay cm Tuesday evening, after a lengthy passage, which U accounted for by the extraordinary advene winds she encountered until passing tha meridian of the Cape of Good Hope. Sue left the Litsard on the 10th August, wii twenty-three day* to Madeira, and forty three to the equator, which she creased in long. IBdeg. ff. On the eighty-third d«y out, passed the meridian of Cbpe Good Hope in lat. 4%. 8. She then had ffcir weather until searing the Australian coast, where she frill in with easterly winds, which forced her to lat. djdeg. 8. Captain Richardson reports having en countered a very never* gale from 8. to 8.8.W. when off the Oape do Vcrd Islands, which lasted for two days, lhe only vernal spoken was the French ship , Prince Imperial, from Callao bound to Havre, in lat. POde...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBSERVER" ON THE LATE BALLARAT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

".OBSERVER t ON THE ,'LA.'tE j BALLARAT MEETING. At the oloie of each race meeting at which I un able to attend,. it J&f custom to ask myself—" WMtha* all the raring proved f ' I do not attempt to placo tbepoble aport ofraoing amongst the W?.pt jcienoei, but I always look forward to aome appreciable result*, which may guide the1 fbtare course of thehandioappers, and, what it mora im portant, teaist the judgement' of the brefederaof racehorses. ' The state ofthe Ballarat course, a little hard on the first and aeoond day, was on the third all that a racehorse could de aire for fast travelling, and the time was '• bound to be good " to that the time test, most fallacious of all racing testa applied singly, would appear to sanction the belief that the racehorses outthis year were, at least inthematterof pace, fully up to the average of formeneasons. I do not join in this opinion, for I think that several of the best horses in training have not this year diaclosed their form, and...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. BENDIGO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

: pfcbVi5&dMr J3PjffE^r: BAG&L' tat tb« >Hr.H.C-J«*te^«'fe* ».« ; " «naupmwasHun>io*r,. >.r-w t «r.Ji tl OffrVbgOd<htoelriny,8:..:/, tj^' *££#** *<*» l£\ B> J. y« 7i,8 *fe tMt #10 • 'it* ••■ ■ )—» *MwAiM»7*i(»n>T;» .1IM J. ,v Ifr.J.TB.'CimbA'.'tlrtt JJW6*N^U tWfiftws '§*3» & a:meti^3jh$SK5ia^ ® •

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF MORALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

- ^ r^.i^7 *•. - "iurio^Ifui th» lowttfaSl forrtltj; Miff foou£ craven loserr, or the ignorant wmclusioM of persons not qualified to. form, much lew to expre«*,an Opinion. : Injurious ha .it may be. tuul'lut been, to theTurftobe spoken ofdisparagiugly a«npur<uitih which none but toe- initi ated c*n take part with impunity,—it would bo a greater evil , if, whenmal practice# proved, they were not dean with lirjtuoh a manner ah tfe*tobject ftofe ^toiajpbta tof view, the atewarda of Q»e fate BaUarat meeting hate entitled tliemselveito the hearty thahka of all lover* of straightforward raoing for the prompt and decisive manner in wnieh they proceeded in the Odd Stocking* affair laat week. It may be ' remarked,that in the manner of punishing the "polling" or "roping" of horses, ihia colony act foeexample to'Eogland, where, at the present tijne. the offence, when'proved, ia vikited witn the penalty' of disqualification; the old oountry has not get gone the length of disqualifyin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES,&c., FOR COMING EVENTS. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

DATES OF ENTRIES, <fav, FOB COMING EVENTS. 12 (Vooda*). ZforoinetiaM to Wangawtta Baseband 8t> Lapr. 13 (Tuaadaj).Jkanimtwoi Car AuatwlUo Oup, 20 (Tueaday). En'riw Cor SL1 20 (TnradayY, Hoo&Mtioaa ia Hmmim. - 2* (Unite). Estriaa Jbr Ballan SImm. 28 (Wrtnw&jr). Sntac* for Esynld H31 TmL . .. . •• • 31 (Satnrday). Nonuuticna to Talbot Han , Jawq^Ti i**** 2 (Mandij), ItottovroMfe tot St ' of W wi Atttoltoi SfofJ flf ^66^ •ttdl jiw^'Fiipdwp - , goirfnatiopa rfar Xainwlw; (W 81 (Twadv),; 1 (Wafortday), Baaond pyrnanli toAda

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACES TO COME. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

RACES TO COME. pBCBKBn. 14,16—Bcndigo Bum. 21,28—Hunaton Baoet. 26—8t. Kild* Bun. 26, 27—Woodeftd Baou. 26, 27—B*H*d Baooa. 27,28—TBcksndeodih Bam. 27,28—HojatonBaoe*. 29,30—Branxbolme Bum. Jtmustr. 2—Emerald HB1 Trotting Baoe*. 2—Pnhian Bam. 2,3—BwlbitBuM, B, C—Portland Bun 17,18,19—Outferburj (N. Z.) Champion Meeting. 19, 20—Oeekmg Bam. 24, 26—Waaguatta Bum. Fovubt. 1, 2—TdbotBam. . , 2, 3—Bnthcrgten Bam.' 2,3—Wihgumrah Baca*. 9,10,11—Cbiltarn Sam. 14,16,16—Tamteeafoo (V.DX,) Champion 1G, 17—Davkaford Bam. 123,24—Creawick Baoet 23,24,25—Beaehworth Baou. 9,10—BonaD* Beooa. ' ,.' 10,11—UtMmm 16,17,18—Ittmy (SA.WJ Bam. ,

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LESSONS FOR LEGISLATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

LESSONS FOR LEGISLATORS. 8m Jakes Gbohom made enemies among all parties in the Legislature, not by opposing them all in turn, but by the extreme Tirulenoe which he employed, end by disdaining the courtesies of debate. He offended the self-lore or the convictions of too many former ool lesgues erer to be popular in the House of Commons. Mb. Bomnros has sometimes omnmenoed a speech by dashing with a bold and vigorous hand into the very con of the subject, holding the real question at issue up for the fitst time to the attention of his audience. He is carry ing the House with him 5 repeated cheers had his tene and well-pointed propositions. But suddenly he provokes an ironical cheer or sneer fnjsn some opponent i this (tings hit iisntsr propre, and off he starts on the in stant Sato personality, sometimes uttering, without adequate provocation, oasndarabTe insults and aapmums on character. From that moment his speech becomes a fsihuet and by this weaknam ha has gradually weak ened what...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

answers to correspon dents. " BiixiBiT,"—Ingleside was placed third in the Ballarat Steeplechase. There were only three horse* placed by the judge-'-Barott, Longbow, end Ingleside. (Ifcibdao answers «C. T.D." and* Well-Wrdier.'* " Alice HivrrBOEK."—Venn did not give any weight in bb match with Tan Tronrpj they both carried lOet. lib* « ffiminTi."—The cloec eeaeon hae been ex tended to the 20th inst. « Lakcefieid."—Mr. Raff and hi* brother, sporting reporter*, have both been dead for severs] years. "J. J."—Hayes trained and rode Bookiey, and we believe also owned the hone when he wae at bie beet. " Vallbt,"—It it usual and 'expected in England that a Turf " confederacy " shall bo declared—** Mr. Payne end Mr. Qteville —the late Duke of Richmond and the late Mr. Gmtwicke—and other* " ranfiTLiinafe—It b Dot expected that the odds on a raft ohall be mathemotiaally cat culatcdupon the supposed telatire chances of tlic horsca engaged ( the quotations only represent the actual transactions...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

ART AND SCIENCE. A Xcaxotb PaamoT.—We leant from a London periodic* I called the Orokatra, which, a* it* nunc indicate*, it derated to ma*in*l matter*, that another murieal prodigy ^ appeared in Europe a Pcrtugrec boy maud Ferreira, who (iky* upon hi* hand*, wring no UMtnuneot «Wtnr. He doe* not wbjtile, bnt ftnte>likenoUi an produced on the left band, be playing upon it with hi* right. The four fingen of the left head era opened Ska the letter V—two finger* on etch sde. The mouth i* facetted in the opening, *o that die tip* of the Soger* come ne*r the eye*. The tiumfr of the right handle placed on the palm of tb* left, and the Inpa pity freely, ** it ■eem*, in the air, hot they affect amy note. He prodooe* two caters* and a hdf j hii toit iarimo ■ tramandooriy powerful, and hit jghbermo frint a« the ardent wratiliig of the A Bran o» T/ier*.—la tho Jfffarv then appear* an mowing letter *M-duoal from the "fipirite" of Ifedetae de fierignf, remonetat ing be moet pathatiri language ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

IHB . SPORTSMAN'S PARE. #,» It ia rapectfuUy intiaaiod that, all queetion* upon the Turf; either e» to metier of hiatoiy, or on any donbtfulpdintof racing lew, or on My minor eport* orgunee cheee, draught*, card*, quotU, Ac.—a* well ee.queetioni on general mitten, will be inawered oarefully and with preoiaton, wherever it ii in the power of the Editor to do eoi end when it i*not, thelame will be eteted, end referenoe made to eome ipeoial or likely authority. But it h nwifMiiy to ,t8te that, in ell one* where an antweri* expected in the following number of Tht Awtralatian, the oOTtupondent'e queetion muet be in the offloe before eight o'alook oo the erening of Wednerfaf.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MISCELLANY. Sm.—Wbate the Jihww between Bed MKOhprltKMi Ool iheMbrMierw ttnlr KB Soft AU fan «ei *B Wft b tie ww of we ewwlnettae fat the imiti «f &. A. ealer awelw wfcow duhwu ^iw,w«ftiweewti* mm, -CNntebtaWoetf iohe r W "HA » eeedSSe nanudtiw Wtow WMWW: " teeenrtk tajl > 4. euuunu eonjawtadtis* tnoraedac WlbrawwUttbefcUiwrt^otM ■iw j outwwwS wmPHUMt wnwnwive e mw taHwhws baiinha !■!■»{ Mt a* <■ onr, k(a I'M mm, hot M ter wwebtw wineiP it e ynnd/>t« nhreofay « neMe tod, fafa WMIAWbW]HiNlk'VJ *" "Mtbntr, Itlrfuliwitl 'twmrMWi" "lawlijei , — ttwlalkr. Wli liaWMn <a»lw M» InHi WJTleM ■ Wrooni ooaafar peace wee lewtihina, the itwjMiSwt*»WW> lnMllHtet. '■We Jettwarioflle ekoW waaWkiwrwKwal tf 3 l«aj£»»e loSO)»■*»«*» WMawe le We IflKxn i^ifctottoi,'" Who* Ua»r daUnutxA to Wto«UtllKto ^ttohlw^ator farataa. two. JlSPy Wt —■*- thn jpovlad oatk in m aMr, and tin *n>M wl, la a * "wSj, to thanlunaof miaUa^ Ami vAUiiWiunnMuKK. '■'■■ Wkfta 1 w*» *iU«W, M...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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