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DR. MARIGOLD'S PRESCRIPTIONS. TO BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY. Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 May 1866

DR. MARIGOLD'S PRESCRIPTIONS. TO BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY. ' ' Concluded. Bright cold weather itwas, cart-chimneys smoking, carts pitched private on a piece of waste ground over at Wandsworth, where you may see 'em from the Sou' Western Railway when not upon the road. (Look out of the right hand window going down.) " Marigold," says the gentleman, giving his hand hearty, " I am very glad to see you." " Yet I have my doubts, sir," says I, " if you can be half as glad to see me, as I am to see you." "The time has appeared so long; has it, Marigold?" "I won't say that, sir, considering its real length ; but-" 'What a start, my good fellow!" "Ah! I should think it was ! Grown such a woman, so pretty, so intelligent, so ex- pressive ! I knew that she must be really like my child, or I could never have known her, standing quiet by the door." " You are .affected," says the gentleman, in a kindly manner. " I feel, sir, "says I, " that I am but a rough chap in a sleeved waistcoat." " I feel," sa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 May 1866

BIRTHS.     AGNEW-April 21, at Parramatta Road, Mrs. E. Agnew, of a daughter.       ANDERSON-April 30, Paddington, Mrs. Anderson, a son. BENJAMIN-April 20, at Yass, Mrs. L. Benjamin, a son.   BRADY-April 25, at Brisbane, Mrs. J. Brady, a son. BYRNE-May 6th, Elizabeth-st., South, Mrs. Byrne, a son.   CARPENTER-May 7, Camden, Mrs. H. Carpenter, a son and daughter.     CHI-April 15, at Scone, Mrs. W. E. O. Chi, a son, stillborn. CHISHOLM-April 22, at Camden, Mrs. E. Chisholm, a daughter. CONNOR-May 7, at Redfern, Mrs. B. Connor, a son.   COOPER-April 14, at Surry Hills, Mrs. W. Cooper, a daughter, stillborn. COTTEE-April 16, at Wagga Wagga, Mrs. W. A.. Cottee, a son.         CRONIN-April 27, at Balmain, Mrs. J. D. Cronin, a daughter. CROTTY-April. 23, at Gladesville, Mrs. M. Crotty, a son. DEANE-May 1, at Burwood, Mrs. ...

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WRECK OF THE URARA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 May 1866

WRECK OF THE URARA.     ON Wednesday, the 2nd instant, as the Clarence and Richmond S. N. Co. 's steamship Urara, bound from Sydney to Grafton,   was entering the Clarence River Heads, and when in the act of   rounding the buoy, her bows caught the ebb tide which was   running out very strongly, and the vessel swung round on the reef and struck heavily amidships, making a great hole under the boiler, and in a short time her engine room and forward compartments became filled with water. Steps were at once   taken to provide for the safety of the passengers and crew, and   a boat was despatched to Grafton for assistance. A number of   horses which were on deck were cut adrift, and succeeded in   reaching the shore. The vessel remained in the position in which she struck (her stern compartments being free from water) until ten o'clock that night, when a heavy swell set in from the ea...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 May 1866

RELIGIOUS.   The Anglican Church conference adjourned on the 20th ult. until July next. The only business transacted at last sitting was the appointment of a committee to draw up a constitution for the better government of the Church in New South Wales, and the adoption of the said constitution, which, it is expected, will be legalised, by Parliament. The Rev. Dean Hanly has declined the Roman Catholic Bishopric of Goulburn. On the 1st inst., Sir John Young laid the foundation stone of St. Peter's Church, Woolloomooloo. The anniversary services of the Crown-street Primitive Metho- dist Church was held on the 15th ult., and the usual public meeting on the following Tuesday. A Tea meeting to celebrate the seventh anniversary of the Rev. J. E. Vetch was held at the Woollahra Congregational Church on the 24th ult. Addresses were delivered by several ministers, and a satisfactory report read by one of the deacons. A public tea-meeting to inaugurate the establishment of the P...

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PROBLEM No. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

PROBLEM No. 25. BLACK. ' WHITE. White to move and checkmate in four moyes. Solution will appear in our next number. At the Berrima Quarter Sessions, Judge Purefoy was present- ad with" a pair of white kid gloves by the Police Magistrate, on the occasion, according to custom, when the calendar is a maiden me. -. -

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CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 24. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 24. WHITE. BLACK. 1. 1 Kt. to K. 2. 1. K. takes Kt. 2. B. to K. 4. 2. K. to K. 6. 3. B. to K. Kt. 2. 3. K. moves. 4. R. mates. Black has various defences.

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ATHLETIC SPORTS AT THE ALBERT GROUND ON THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. WALKING MATCH. £20. One mile and a half. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

ATHLETIC SPORTS AT THE ALBERT GROUND ON THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. WALKING MATCH. £20. One mile and a half. J Hincks .? ... 1 W. Dowling . ... ... 2 Hincks took the lead soon after starting, and won very easily. Time, 13 min. 19 sec. CHAMPION RACE. 150 yards. Prize, eight guineas. W. Breithwaite .'. 1 W. ManmcUe.'. ... ... 2 G. Aldis .;.. 3 Three others ran. \ ?. .. Breithwaite showed in front as soon as they were under way, and won very easily. ... Time, 16 sec. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. 350 yards, over six hurdles. First prize, three guineas j second, one guinea. M. Laycock, 15 yards. ... ... 1 G-. Aldis, scratch . ... . ... .2 The following also ran, :-Manning, scratch ; Fage, eight yards ; M'Gee, eight yards ; Bowman, twenty yards ; King, twenty yards. . Time, 14 sec. -" " ^ THROWING THE CRICKET BALL. This event was won by Hewitt, who did a foot over one hundred yards. ' WALKING MATCH. Two miles. First prize, three guineas ; second prize, one guinëa. J. Hincks . ... 1 F. Coar . ... . 2 S...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

" - QWEEXSLAJSTD. The English mails by the Ellora were received on the 19th nit., and consisted of 97 boxes, 4 bags, and 3 packets, di- vided as follows :-134 registered letters, 13,140 ordinary letters, and 23,677 newspapers. The outward mail was despatched on the 21stult., and consisted of 46 boxes, 14 packages, and 2 bags, divided as follows :-428 registered letters, 12,721 ordinary letters, and 9857 newspapers and books. The Rev. Benjamin Dixon, the well-known Wesleyan minis- ter, died at Bowen on the 5th ult. His death was caused partly from a severe cold caught on the passage up, and also from an attack of gastric fever. The trial of the Wild Scotchman for bushranging has been postponed until next sessions. The Courier thus analyses the Treasurer's Budget :^-The finan- cial statement is satisfactory in some respects, as showing that a certain amount of economy has been practised, although no- thing like what the exigencies of the country demand ; and un- satisfactory in other ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

THE ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS is published on the 10th of every month : price, (0d. per copy. SUBSCRIPTION (payable in advance) ¡-Town, 7s. per annum ; Country, 9s, per annum, inoluding postage. SYDNEY AND SUBUUBS. .Messrs. Gordon and Gofcch, 2S1 George-street. Mr. Connelly, South Head Road.. Pierce, Stanley-street, Woolloomooloo. AV. A. Cooke, 570. George-street. Kirby, Market-street. V' tJHogau,King-street. "^á^rUt'-SSayos, George-street. Leo, Lower Gèorge-streot. Roberts, Pitt-street. Leslie, King-street. A. W. Milieu, Botany Road. Bartram, Botany-street. . i J. Collis, 10S Parramatta-street. E. Glover, Balmain. Smith, Railway Station. W. J. Sugden, North Shore A. Wright, 40 Princess-street. F. Larter, 92 South Head Road. F. J. Winks, South Head Road. Mrs. Abbott, South Head Road. John Wise, 90 WUliam-street. E. Fleming, Pyrmont. J. R. Roberts, Hordern-street, Newtown. A. J. Butler, North Shore. Joseph Hinchclilfe, Waterloo. H. M. Smith, 591 George-street, Brickfleld-hiU. COUNTRY. ...

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INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. ' ' ' . . ' Liabilities. Assets. * T , . . ,..' . - . .£ . s. <1. £ s. d. 12 J. Johnson, Tambaroora.. 920" 1 . 7 S66 2 10 [ James Parsons, Sydney, _laboiuer » <;;- 16 1110 5 18¥fr 14 J. Curtis,'South: Sydney, timber merchant : .. 002 5 7 110 14 ¿Té > Henry Polley, Waverley, ' " gardener.. .. 159 13 3 39 0 O' 15. J. Coleman, Nambi, car-. penter .. . ... .. iss 0 4 227 5 0 J. Kingsmill, East Mait- ' ^laudfv ~- ... , .. 450- 0 0. 245 0 O W. Bell Allen, Waverley, soap-boiler ? .. '' .. 1807 12 2 tyiQS l-l 7 IC -Henry E.Haffield, Sydney, 1 painter .'. . .. .. 45 Ï5 10 14 0 0 J. M'Leod, West Maitland, labourer. .. . .. . .. 121 0 5 12S 10 Henry Gratten,. Raymond . Terrace, farmer.. .. 261 12 0 4S 14 0 W. Prentice, Liverpool T, «-°,il,d,,b,uHher .. 209 10 0 135 S 7 li 1<. Biddulph, Liverpool .. 2552 17 3 2'S 17 V 19 Elizabeth Hoskin, Liver pool,'widow. .. ,. 05 3 1 25 0 0 Thomas Maher, Araluen, ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

VESSELS IN HARBOUR (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). SHIPS.-Banda, Bueton Castle, Cingala, Cyclone, Golden Spur, John Bellamy, Lady Bowen, Lady Octavia, Maid of Judah, Peerless, Pegasus, Queen of Nations, Shakespeare, Swordfish, Santa Lucia, Vernon, Westburn, William Cole. BARQUES.-Agnes Banfield, Australind, Camden, Cuthay, Civiale, Clara Sayers, Culgoa, Ester, Fury, Hamlet, Harriet Armytage, Heversham, Lion, Nightingale, Prince Regent, Record, St. Philibert, Sorata, St. Marc, Taiwan, W. A. Farns- worth, William Clowes. BRIC4S.-Crown, Doesburgh, Europa, Gordon, Lalla Rookh, Lass of Gawler, Scotchman, Spec, Victory, Woodbine, Wood- lark, Ingarinia. SCHOONERS.-Annie Moore, Amatuer, Black Dog, Colonist, Clutha, Dart, Jessie Kelly, Magellan Cloud, Mariposa, Sarah and Mary, Sarah Pile, Triumph, Vistula. STEAMERS.-E.M.S. Kaikoura, E.M.S. Ellora, Sir John Burgoyne. WAR VESSELS.-H.M.S. Curacoa, 21 guns ; H.M.S. Esk, 16 guns ; H. M.S. Salamandei', 4 guns; H. I. M.S. Marceau, 4 guns. - Portions of a ...

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DAPTO RACES. FIRST DAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

DAPTO RACES. . FIRST DAY, MAY 22. Maiden Plate of 30 sovs., with a sweep of 2 sovs. Kennedy's Beeswing, 1; Monaghan's Meadow Maid, 2; De Mestre's Boston, 3. Ladies' Purse of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. De Mestre's Tim Whiffler, 1 ; York's Kiama Maid, 2 ; Thomas' Cutty Sark, 3. Handicap of £25. Price's Birmingham, 1 ; De Mestre's Jamberoo, 2. . SECOND DAY, MAY 23. Hurdle Race of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. Lamond's Bob Ridley, 1; De Mestre's Vellum, 2;'Graham's Jack, the Pony, 3. Trial Stakes of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. Thomas's Cutty Sark, 1 ; Ryan's Moíyneux, 2. Selling Stakes of 15 sovs. Lamond's Rover, 1 ; York's Kiama Maid, 2. THIRD DAY, MAY 24. Turf Club Handicap of 30 sovs., with a sweep of 2 BOVS. De Mestre's Tim Whiffler, 1 ; Hession's Deception, 2. District Purse of 25 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. De Mestre's Jamberoo, 1 ; Kennedy's Beeswing, 2 ; Thomas's Cutty Sark, 3. Consola- tion Stakes. York's Kiama Maid, 1 ; Lamond's Stranger, 2. Forced Handicap. De...

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SPORTING. MAITLAND RACES. THURSDAY, 24TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

SPORTING. I MAITLAND RACES. THURSDAY, 24TH MAY. The Hunter River Maiden Plate of 10 sovereigns each, with 100 sovereigns added. Dangar's Pyranaus, 1 ; Baldwin's Bea- trice, 2. Time, 3 min. 25 sec. Babe Stakes of 8 sovereigns each, with 40 sovereigns added. Baldwin's Blondín, 1 ; Oobcroft's Corobus, 2. Time, 1 min. 35 sec. Hunter River Jockey Club Handicap of 150 sovereigns. Eather's Potentate, 1; Kerr's Kildare, 2. Time, 3 min. 59 sec. FRIDAY. The Ladies' Purse of 50 sovereigns. 1^ mile. Eather's Poten- tate, 1; Dangar's Pyramus, 2 ; Swan's Olittipa, 3. Time,-3 min. 3 sec. Leger Stakes of 60 sovereigns. If mile. Eales* .Rose of Denmark, 1 ; Baldwin's Beatrice, 2. Members' Purse of 50 sovereigns. Hurley's Flirt, 1 ; Kildare, 2. SATURDAY. The Town Plate of 6 sovereigns each, with 60 sovereigns added. If mile. Laurence's Presto, 1 ; Abbott'3 Lord of the Williams, 2. Turf Club Handicap of 120 sovereigns, added to a sweep of 8 sovereigns each. 2 miles. Eather's. Potentate, 1 ; Kerr's Kil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

VICTOEIá HOUSE, SYDNEY. pAEPET A N D E TJ RN I S H I.N G DEPARTMENT. ^ Wo take this opportunity of tendering om- sincero thanks for the unexpected'extent of patronage accorded to us by the public sinco tho opening of our New Carpet Department. Tho large increase iu this new branch at Victoria HO\IBO, compels us thus early to devise incroased accommodation, and we contemplate the immediate erection of New Carpet and Floorcloth Show Rooms, which will, perhaps, when completed, be second to nono in the world. OUR STOCK COMPRISES : 3-4 TAPESTRY CARPETS, best quaUties 3-4 BRUSSELS, dining room patterns 3-4 SUPER-BRUSSELS, for drawing rooms 3-4 and 6-4 BEST VELVET PILE CARPETS ALL-WOOL KIDDERMINSTER CARPETS PATENT VICTORIA PRINTED FELTS STAIR CARPETS, Brussels, Tapestry, and Axminster " ' HEARTHRUGS, in great variety, every size FIBRE and COCOA MATS and MATTINGS . . OTTOMANS, FANCY STOOLS, and HASSOCKS. WELL SEASONED FLOORCLOTHS, plain and bordered-widths from 2 feet to 24 feet. |f»TO; 1 E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

NOTICE. 1 With our-next issue, being the first number of the third Volume, will \ ? be issued a 1 LARGE COLORED SUPPLEMENT, \ Beautifully printed in Six different Colors, entitled "CHILDREN LOST IN THE BUSH." The by no means uncommon and truly touching incident in Colonial life, which our. artist has so beautifully illustrated under the above title, is one which we have long felt deserving of attention from some one able to cope with the difficulties attendant on its har montons conceptions. Heno far the artist has succeeded iii his task we must leave to the judgment of the public, when the print appears with our July if sue. ZfcTos. 1, 2, Sc 3 OF THE ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS AHE NOW BEING And will be procurable from thc Agents, or at the Office, 140 Pitt Street, Sydney, after thc 2$th of June next. Also a very limited number of COMPLETEE VOLUMES, Each containing the whole of thc Twenty-five numbers ifsued. PRICE 2IS. COVERS can be purchasedby Subscribers at 3s. 6d. each; or they can...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

RELIGIOUS. The Rev. Canon, Fletcher, on his retirement from the incum- bency of Christ Church, Newcastle, has been presented by his parishioners with a handsome silver salver and tea service. The annual meeting of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society was held on the 14th inst. The report ex- pressed the hope that in a few years the Australian colonies may be able to bear all charge on account of the Polynesian missions. During the year £1000 had been devoted to the building of a new schooner for the Fijian mission, and £427 5s. 6d. had been remitted to the British and Foreign Bible Society. The gross expenditure had been £15,523 ÍOs. 4d. ; the receipts, £9550 18s. 7d., leaving a balance of £5972 11s. 9d. to be granted by the parent society. £170 had been voted to the Chinese mission in Victoria, and the labours of the catechist are attended ' with encouraging results. The following is a general summary of the stations occupied by this society :-Number of chapels, 7...

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BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

^^- BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. GENERAL ABSTRACT of the Sworn Returns, rendered pursuant . to the Act of Council 4th Victoria, No. 13, of the Average ! Assets and Liabilities, and of the Capital and Profits of the . undermentioned Banks of the Colony of New South Wales, ; for the Quarter ended March 31st, 1866. BANKS. New South Wales .. Commercial .. .. Australasia .. ..- .. TJnîou of Australia.. .. Australian Joint Stock.. London Cbarteredof Australia] English, Scottish, and Austra- lian Chartered. Oriental Chartered.. City ... .. .. .. ? TOTAIS .; LIABILITIES. Notes in Circulation. £ s. d. 216.9S5 6 0 1SS.07S 13 0 37,449 1 6 27,974 15 0 124,430 8. 5 7,039 12 4 £ 22,663 3 1 64,919 0 6 29,139 1 7 Bills in Circulation. ;71S,679 . 0 ll £ s. d. 4,341 1 0 7,749 6 3 5,683 2 3 9,096 5 4 6,205 3 . 6 302 5 8 2,960 13 0 2,446 2 0 w38,783 19 0 Balances due to other Banks. £ s. d. 43,990 12 0 23.S6S 12 7 628 6 8 1S9 4 3 23S,216 15 0 19,561 9 5 Deposits. Total Liabilities. £ 1,737,646 1,4S6,13...

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LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. THE Hon. Sec. of the Ladies' Leichhardt Search Committee has received the following communication from the leader of the expedi- tion : " Gilliott River, March 30, 1S66. "I have the honour to report that I took charge of the Ladies' Expedition for Leich hardtSearchnear Mount Murchison, N.S.W., on the 21st of August, 1865. In two clays everything was ready, and the party proceeded on. By the 5th Oct. (.the expedition was camped at Curracunaye Springs, aud remained there, resting horses and dromedaries, and getting everything putin order for a final start, until the 11th Nov., when, although not quite I ready, were obliged to move on, as the water was nearly done. ' Leaving Curracunaye, the expedition consisted of sixty-five horses, twelve dromedaries, about five tons of stores, and ten j men :-Duncan M'Intyre, leader ; James P. Murray, surgeon ' and second in command ; John M'Caiman, William F. Barnett, i William M'Donald, Alexander Grey, John Barnes ; B...

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THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY Was as usual right royally celebrated : nothing was wanting that could give eclat to the occa- sion, or testify to the esteem in which Her Majesty Queen Victoria is held by the New South Wales portion of her subjects. His Ex- cellency reviewed thc Volunteers in the Domain, and afterwards held a largely-attended levee at Government House. Royal salutes were fired from Eort Macquarie by H. M. ships Curacoa and Salamander, and the French corvette Marceau. All the vessels manned their yards. Th e athletic sports at the Albert Club ground were largely attended. Thousands went on picnic and other excursions, and,' from the sun's going down, till midnight, fusilades of crackers, rockets, and other fireworks resounded from street to street. A correspondent of the Sydney Momhtr/ Herald writes that it was stated about a fortnight' ago by the Victorian Treasurer, and has since been confirmed by the production of papers, that Mr. Selwyn, the Government Geologist of Victoria...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1866

NEW ZEALAND. Rewi, Matutaera, the Maori King, and otherjinfluential rebel chiefs, refused to see Sir George Grey; when he visited Kawhia for that purpose. - . Five of the murderers of the Rev. Mr. Volkner have been. 1 hanged, twelve sentenced to imprisonment for life, and five! others to fourteen years'imprisonment. r ' ¡ : Patène Puliata, the principal chief of the /Ngatipaoa tribe, died at Taupoa, Thames, on the 1st of April last. It was prin- cipally through his influence that a portion of that tribe reinainéd loyal to the Crown during the war. The well-known chief of the Ngatimakanga tribej ; William Naylor, of Raglan, is dead. , : : The following vessels are reported missing :-Blue Bell, ketch; sailed in May, last year, from Hokitika for the Grey, supposed to have capsized in the same gale which blew the Waipara ashore ; four men. Sangalier, schooner, Captain Charles Clark, 60 tons, sailed 21st October last, from Hokitika for Port Moly neux ; four men. Sir Henry Havelock, cutte...

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