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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

Hv!K-\' ' of *>- United Church of . . [ i j «»'» Irrinnd, nrorcqncairj to .tucet flt il.:' .fii'-oMiuu. o, u> On AfmuJiiy Kv/Tiiij^ NEXT, At ficvou o'clock, Upon business of iinporlauco <o o,o W- ". IA'°N _i£-£l-?_. _ " \VA'11 'i l V- AKKil <uk1 .IK'.YKI IV!> Oj.poi'itu IhotfL.!,ho,;.]. -' A T,L kinds of work done in the JX maimer, on rea-;oiub!o term.-. Krst quality goods alwayp in »J0nk time taken by - ' £10 HK\VAi;i), OTKAYKD or SWcn, one Chesnnt Tr"" o branded I>2 on rl o near shoulder In' on flip I'll' .shoulder, S ..li i in; ilec' ousllay Mare, branded .n\r conjoined'on'bou' .shoulders, l'F under ; an;.j,(.H'd to be ev.-ar.l wi|| I,, ;; each mi ,lo ntthc Dairy Million, Whiskov b'|;it, Y;, ?on the RIWAL,..^ ,;ev,an! will b,T,; ? on conviction,^or two PM",, "" rpnos. V. B1UDGU (U,t hoir'",V'" I Sandy Creek) by address tu tho undersized, may |.,.lr oi something to lua acIv:i~4---- J Any information respecti,,.; ]lim wUl thankfully reemved Tho...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. DR GEMMELL NOT A CANDIDATE? To the Editor of the Orens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

fjfiginal ©umsuoittinicf. I)U OEMMKLL NOT A OA.NDIt>ATI- ? To the Editor of the Orrns and Murrai/ Adver tiser. Sin,-In your issue of this day, yen do me the honor to associate my name with o her gentlemen mentioned, as likely to come forward at the ensuing el cr!toil. seeking to fill up the vicancy in the Legislative Assembly caused by the resignation of your lute number \!r '.'ameron. Pending the official nnnouncenieni of thtt gentleman's surrender of yout political interests, 1 did consider that ii would be alike premature and in had taste, to aflirm or to give a denial to the r imors in connection with myself. .Vow, however, that a writ has gone ?orth for n new election, I lose no time in setting myself right with tilt electors nnd yourfelf. Kntil within the last eight days I had fully contemplated the honor of sflcring my services at the proper hour to this constituency, nnd if need be, gone warmly into a contest in tli<- mutter, against nil and sundry who mi-Jit h...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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A SUBMARINE VOLCANO. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

A SUBMARINE VOLCANO. I (Knmi tlie Sua Francisco Ilrrald.) I Captain C. II. New oil, of the whaling I) Aliiv Fcasier, gives the follow in;; description of iho action of ii sub marine volcano which sprang into ex istence in the Straits of Onnimah, in Int. "id 31!, long. lli/5, on the "2,'ith ol .7uly last. There were live or six ves sels in company it the time when the volcano hurst, and threw an immense hotly of wafer to a tremendous height ; and alter which it emitted lava and pumice-stone on the deck of the vessel. This singular oceanic phenomenon is corroborated by the masters of the whaling ships William Thompson, Scotland, and Kntorprise : " Barque Alice l'msicr, nt Sea, October HO, 1 "About the '2(ith of July, while passing in company with some others, through the Straits of Onnimah, I ob served ininy of the mountain peaks upon the adj .cent islands undergoing strong volcanic action, ejecting vast clouds of dense black smoke. A few other whalers, in company with myself, had jus...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ADVANTAGEs OF HAVING A MEM BER OF THE COVERNMEXT AS REPRESENTATIVE. To the Editor of the Ocens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

ADVANTAGE* OF HAVING A MI; HHIL OF TIIH OOVKUNAIEXT AS KUL'LTUSHNTATIVH. Kditor of tho Ocens and Jfurn A fU'crtun', Sin,- III iny fortm-r letter I nho.ved tlic decided advaiil;igrn we sluni'd gain by t beting « 'nun who held oflice lin (Lr the present aclminiMiniinn. In this one I will endeavor to Miow that the doctrine of refusing to support a cai diilnte merely because lie in a member ill' tho Government, is a fallacious one. Ilecause a man is » member of the Go vernment, it does not follow as a necessary consequence that lie H to abjure his political luith, and that he is to abandon the principles which he enunciated to the electors^ from the hustings. If the candidate is worthy of pur confidence personally, it amouots to a libel ujion hie honesty to su££°?5 tH it tiec.niae he holds office bo is not to he trusted. ff « nfo to* Wa?e a first e'a-s man. as I ' cliove the constituency wili not be s-uisfi.'d wiih nnything less, ivo f>l ict- i> irselvi-3 under the liability of ha...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELEIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

g- 1 »? iMh i.jiaji',iff!!g?ais5ssg^sesg: SHOT^NO INtIO.LUj£.'.Uv. ©EJ-BOURHE, V- jlrm'ctf. - March 2G, - Eloise, from Valparaiso.' fratTni.- March. 2S.-Curt, brig, for Batavia, ' Kent, ship, fo? Loudon. BROJECTrD NS?AETUBE9. J'OR IiOTtooR VtA Susa AJTD SOUTHAMPTON. Columbian, 15th April. Von LONDON*. - Csaar Goddeffroy, early; 3to\l-'rCast!©, -ith April; Swiftsure, 28th April; Queen Victoria, 6th April. Foil LiVBitpoQii.-Champion of tho Seas, A}*ril 5 ."FOR HAVUE.-DtigtuiyTrouin, in March. Fou KOMBAY -Acadia, early. FOB MAuunics.-Bon Venue, early. FOE 1:ON<; KONO.-Independence, early. Fon PINOAP KB.-Berthe, Caledonia, early. Fon SAN Fiuaciaco.-Vaquero, early. FOR < ALL .i».- Clara Wheeler, Rhea Sylvia, early. * . *" * *

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

nv RT^.p; MBECTORY. ""T INHiiaS, Tiu.imitli, IIii;h street, A . Ilwhwovth, vi^ui- the now Bridge. Slovc pipiw. P"Hir». n"d every description of tiir.vare, juntio to order; tin and gnlvnnitctl roU bucket*. wholesale, warranted ~V~liSTlN IVE ^IOLE A: CO., Oonerai A Merchants, Camp Ktrcet., Reechwurlh. "",1 at Adelaide. _ _ 102 2-it> > jANK'OF NB\Y SOUTH WAI.ES, Vor.1 street, Kneelnvnrth. *"'" VyANlv OK YICTOK1A, Ford-atreet and t Camp-street. Jnhn Farran, Mnnacrer. ^ m 223 TnLAHK mid COOK, Carpcntcre, 1' \J Undertakers, and Timlior 5':e, "l>rp»Ue VrtM and Murray ,t« oflico, Ford; street, . U 22;< M I", D I 0 A IJ. Dr. FOyi'KN may be consulted nt the J'reeinfwonH* Armn, Uigh ptrect, Beech worth. 155 M 'prAK'Frii'NWARE unci GLASS, whole Hj arle, tlio largest assortment in the Colo jiPii, at .I. Stamvny'o, 171> Great llonrko-atreet rasf,' Melbourne. 109 27-' '-p-j A35ROTT and CO., "Wholesale Mer Jjj. chiinto, Ford ntreot. 2fl8_272 S. G. Fogg- and Co., EKHBAli 1 HON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDED^ i s. No notice whatever can be taken of nr.vnv mraift coTUTinnnlentlotm,. All communications for the Edito? pbo. *d bo addressed to him at th« OjsrB.vfc an*l Hukray Advebtiseb Office, Ford-am-it. Beechworth. A Mikbb ON THE Nine-mils hfta omitted to eeud la hla name in confidence. Eis 1< itor, lnoroo'VerV contains rather too origii JV' i sujjqesUon for publication in our colun lis. EDUCATION. AYOUNO G'.ntlomou who has ninco h« arrival iu the colony, heM i<u ?M'l'-'p'-' inuiit un a rcHiiluin tutor in outi of tbe fin' I'm-hineiiU in SU'lliouniu, in ile«irou< of forming mi eiigiureiiu lit no j-.piv.ito tutor in» S«-;siI''U,iiiiiii'h (iiinily. II» would te.icli cU-^i wiili t'io Buver.il hituicli-'ri of n uoo.l ICrph'o viliiuntiun, &c. Letteis wMivswil " Aljiha. tivi: t j term*, character, ami ooinpoio'ioy. J.J JtKWAiiD. a JlOAS" ueiir shoulder, .\vitek tail. Aliiift itotol, 'ftfo.milB, near shoulder, switch tail. Apply Alma...

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[?] Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 30 March 1857

®alent?gp. bAYS or TVET.R Sot: rilaj .... Mar.zH Siu .»y " 29. Moi-lar ,, 30. Tuesday 31. Wednesday ... April 1. Thursday ...- ,, 2. Friday . 3. G U (1 15 6 It 6 19

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

M 7 ANTED a T.r.nr.<ltc-x Aj> Onp hcte\, V. ucMr.'.'. ,/l. "*SrANTED to FureW from CO t"> 100 -*y ACHES of XAXD, in the udpUbor. . hood of Beccliworlli, Apply at the Kilmovo floor Depot. P '--t TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OP THE OVENS. 26th March, 1857, 24 Temple Court. GENTLEMEN,-AS the sHpgc^ioa of my coming forward as a candidate for the ^presentation of your district, has emanated from some of your own body, and my namo lias been mentioned in your journals without any previous movement on my part, i \enture although a non-resident, to elicit yuiir suf frages, T As you are aware, I come before yon as member of tho present Ministry. 1 refused tho office which 1 hare now the lienor to fill, ?when it-was offered mo by the late Govern ment, because I disapproved of their policy. X have accepted it at the hands of Mr (J'Sha nassy, because I believe him to be a man of the people, who has risen to power by advo eating their rights, and. who is pledged to ad vance th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

MELBOURNE LEADER on sale at J. Ingram's, nozt tlio post office, Camp street. STRAYED on Kinchington Station near Yachandandah, a PIEBALD PONY, brauded P3 off shoulder. If not claimed aud oxponuos paid wjthiN fourteen dnyB, will bo sold at Wodonga Pound. t a 21 228 MARRIED COUPLE, BULLOCK D H I V E R, AND GENERAL SERVANT. WANTED a Married Couple, the "Woman to cook and wash for a small family, tho Man to job about a station; a bullock driver proforrcd. Also, A Siuglo Man us Bullock Drivor; And A Man to mako himself generally useful. Apply to ROBERT RAND, Mohonga, Billibang* Sovonty miles from "ftfygga Wagga,'and fifty 15 219 ttvo lniloa from Albury. . JmpauiiMiip. \X 7 ANGARATTA.-Impounded at Wan VV gavatta, 27th February, 1857 :-A bay mare, black points, long switch tail, collar and saddle marked, JF (tho JFoonjoiued) appears W like 2 conjoined to W near shoulder, S off w shoulder, HM near neck ; a bay colt, long tail, bLi'.'k palnta, pijy jaw, QB noar shouldor; .<. bay h...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1857. THE WILLIAMSTOWN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

ma PUBLISH KJJ DAILY. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, nS7. TiiK WILLIAIISTOWN THAOKDV. The death of Mr Price the Inspector General of Prisons, is a lamentable and brutal occurrence. Struck to the ground, beaten, stoned and tram pi (1 £pon by the desperate iran^ of men .who are expiring other crimes against society bv hard labor on the public works, this unfortunate £cntlrnni> lias proved the second victim of the system of penal discipline or which he -was tho.advocate if not the originator. Not many months since tho murder of the warder Owens imd the attempted e-cipe of Melville and. his gin.!,', with the revelations* of convict treatment ?which those events led to, roused pub J\c nnxie'.y to an unpins!Wed degree, and for a time no other topic claimed ouch prominence as penal discipline, and the method ot treatment or rather of torture adopted on board the hulks off Williamstown. This agitation has hardly subsided when it is thin lenr fully renewed by the violent death ot the verv ni tr: at w...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO [?] WOOD AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO WOOD AT BRIGHTON. 1 TffK complimentary dinner to (liei citor.General, John D. Wood, I e-inio off on Thursday evening, all Devonshire Hotel, Brighton. j Mr Wood, in mii)«r ro mjionj the toast of his own iieaitli, was r| veil with loud nnd continued cfifcrj after which he spoho as jbllows-| Gentlemen, electors of BrigliK cannot express to you what I now from the enthusiastic nnd lienrty i u'-'r in which my health has ben! reived. I c;tme amongst you at iff stranger, iind yon accorded me stiff nt oiicu so warm ami strenuous, lij felt perfectly astonished. I ventul say that such support has been git roe as no bribes could purclu? proffered favors secure; ami, geiilH I regard it as more valuable becaufi was as free and spontaneous as ill warm and enthusiastic. Your vslf efforts have not been crowned w''T cess, anil the reasons for this tw'j told. One candidate, as J ioretoMj divided tggj? me the liberal in" he prevo&jjsd my return, and did' anything tor hi...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

TIIK ELECTION. THOUGH WC are still without an address from Mr Smyth, who has been com pelled by private business of import ance to ubscnt himself from homo for a day or two, his friends still maintain that he is prepared to come forward. Mr Willi 1m Kelly, whose naini; we mentioned yesterday, has put forward an unmeaning, y:iy-notliin;; address, which will be found in qur advertising columns. But as this can didate has also called a meeting qf the electors for Wednesday ever.lng, at the | Star hotel, the electors will then hear n|or(: of his political principles, and of Iii> pretension* to represent the district. t!ic uieantinio, liqwpyer, wc have gleanr-d some little information respept iug him, which our readers will please to nncept for what it is worth. Mr Kelly b u barrister by profession, and a resident of some years in Victoria. Previous to his arrival we believe that lie spent some time in California, and, if we are correctly informed as to the name of the work, we recoll...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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A MAD DOG AT LAST. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

A MAD DOG AT I,A.ST. To tlio Editor of tlio _ Or«u Rml Xitrm Arfce )'(wr. Sin-I beg to call the attemion the public through your paper to following: - On Sunday last I was annoyed by strange kind of noise made by a dog I i had on the chain, and sending to quiet him without succo went to Bee what was the matter found, 'him with eyes protruded, wild light color, and "apparently hausted from the struggle. On parti dragging him by the chain to see was wrong, he made u spring with intention of seizing me, which I barely time to avoid by lifting him with the chain by which I held He foamed at the mouth, hit furious! at anything within his reach, reft water, utul'ufW about an hoar and half died in one of the convulsions believe the dog to have been mad, three person? who saw the rostraer which he acted, were of the s." opinion. The fact of our having case of the kind brought under our tice hitherto does not guarantee us like good fortune in future. OK of daga and others ought to ben carefu...

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LOCAL COURT. Monday, March 30, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

LOCAI, COURT. Monday, March 30, 1 So7 Present-J. 8. Morphy, Esq., Chair man, Messrs C'onolly, (>. Smith, Donald, Purker, Griflin, Kennedy, and Henderson. Tits minutes of the last meeting wra read r.nd confirmed. The first case oil the cause list was - iNTUiaT.nrjjo WITH A suitly OV WATKH, KISK-Mltu. Blundell v Skinner. It appeared that the complaimnt held a written authority, dated yth February, 1857, from Mr Morphy, to lead a sluica head of wa'.er from ppvtnr^-5 In fclie di re:tion of Clear Creek', two miles from the Nine-mile; nnd tho defendant held a similar right, dated 2nd February, to lead a sluice head of water from A Riven point between the Nine-mile and Clear Creek, about one mile from Dillon's dntri. The complaint arose from the defend ant cuUii>R his race about three feet from complainant's race longitudinally, thereby draining the water from the upper race. The Court considered that the prior (1 ite of the defendant's permit entitled him to a full sluice head of wa...

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THE CONVICT OUTBREAK AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

TILIS CON\RX(JT OUTBKEA.IV. Ai WILLIAMS TOWN. (From the Argus.) A CLOSEH inquiry into all the circum stances attendant on this a nail" than we were enabled to make yesterday even ing reveals the startling fact that this desperate outrage has not only been fay a long time planned by the convicts themselves, but that it lias been fo mented by persons not in any way con nected with the discipline or manage ment of these desperate men. It would also appear that the jchenie, although deliberately connected, was uot known tix mare than thirty-five or forty of the convicts. These tacts will appear from the k'bllowing narrative of the actual outrage, and the details of the circum stances connected with it A complaint was made by several ^prisoners thaj Jheir rations were with when given, and insufficient in quantity. Mi' Price was appealed to »n the matter, ami was, when the oc cunvDce took place, making personal inquiries nm.tn^st the convicts as to the truth of the complaint. He had walke...

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POLICE COURT. Monday, March 30, 1857. (Before R. O'H. Burke, Esq., J.P.) BRUNE AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

I'OLICH COURT. Monday, March 80, 1057. (Before It, O'll. Burke, Esq., J.P.) niti/.vi; A.vn nisORDKnr.v. Win. Taylor, Wm. Murphy, Wm. Wharton, and W. II, Whittington, were fined 20s each, and James Smith and John Collins 10s each, Cor the above oft'ence. .Joan Black was, under exten uating circumstances, discharged with a caution., ASSAUI.TINO TUB POI.ICK. Francis Robinson and Richard Be«g for this offence were fined, the former 40s and 43s for damage done to the constable's clothes, the latter £5, in. de fault one month's imprisonment. HOUND OVBll. Samuel II. Richards was ordered to enter into his own recognisances in the sum of £50, to keep the peace towards Theodore Latham, and all Her Majes ty's subjects, for the space of nix months. ANOTHER OASB. Octavius Folkard v. Wm. Hayden. No appearance-ca.«e dismissed.

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A SAN FRANCISCO AUCTIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

A SAN FRANCISCO AUCTIONEER. TnK reporter of the San Francisco News furnishes that paper with the following report of a speech made by a California auctioneer " Ladies nnil Gentlemen, I now have ?he honor of putting up a fine pocket handkerchief, « yard long, a yard wide, and almost a yard thick ; one half cot ton and t'other half cotton too; bcauti fiill'v printed with stars and stripes on "ne side, And stars and stripes on t'other. It will wipe the dust Irom the .eves so completely as to be death to sdemni-ogues, and make polities as bad a business as printing: papers. Its Pit length, breadth, and thickness, r the)1 with its dark color, will enable hide flirt, and never need wash . I Goin" at °"e tlo!lar ? Sevt;"ty five cents? Fifty cents? Twenty five cents? One bit? Nobody wants it Oil, thank you, sir, Next, gentlemen--lor the ladies will rofbe permitted to bid on this article £ a real, simon pure, tempered, highly ipolished, keen-edged ,'azor. hrnn apanltin new, never opened befo...

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Original Correspondence. THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

giHflimil ©omsjrflntoiicj. THE MlfXICIPAL COUNCIL. To the fotuov of the Occns and Mtirr*vf Adver tiser, Sin, - By your report of the pro ceedings of the Municipal Council oil Thursday last, I observe that Mr A. B. I'ritchard l)as at ler*gth resigned Ins seat, and I presume that one or two more will fur shame continue to follow his example, and do likewise when they think sufficient time has elapsed to free them fruin the supposition of having done so in obedience to the unpalatable suggestion of the " Oyeus »t\d Mur ray." It la well that we have a local journal to which the people can look for fear less and independent expression of opinion on public matters, without favor or aifectiun j and let them who affect t« discard its admonition, remem ber that they are ignorantly preparing a more severe rod for themselves. The tacit current of public indignatiw will eventually assert it? supremacy, and compel a degraded submission, which would have been obviated by u frank and honorable acq...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 31 March 1857

"sMITINO INTKI.I.IOKNCX. HELUOVP.ST. ANIVJ. - March '27. - Iu(lotu:Uv:>!o, from IJ it ]<«nf via IMvui"Ut!:, 7t!0«muurv: I«u..poM. tVom 1.>mu.<V. BUILCU - M.ireh 27.-St«.\ Xymph, <-h.»n»ert for Manilla; Independency ship, Hv»-' Kong. rnojEcrrno PKPAsrrRi.^. FOR London VIA Suoj .\>?D SourtfAMPro.v. Columbian, 15th April. For London. - Crcsar Goddeflroy, early; Roxburgh CnJtle, -Jtli Apiii; Swiftsuta, 2Sth April; Queen Victoria, 6th April. FOR Liverpool.-Champion of the Seas, April 5. FOR HAVRE.-Dusjuny Trouin, iu April, FOR BOMBAY.-Acr.diu, party. FOR MAURiTirs.-Iton Venuo, early. FOR Singapore.-"Berth*. CMe'lonia, early. FOR Sax Fjjancisco.-Yrujuoro, enrly. FOR CALLAO.- Clara Wheeler, Rhea Sylvia, early.

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