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RAIN-FALL IN THE DISTRICT OF BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

RAIN-FALL IN THE DISTRICT OF BALLAARAT. (Fnoai Observations taken at the District Survey Oetiob.) The following table, says the /Star, gives the rain fall in the Ballaarat district for each month in 1858, 1860, 1861, 1862, and 1863. It also gives more or lesa completely the monthly rain-fall in 1856, 1857, and 1859. Though, unfortunately, from the imperfect state of the meteorological, records of these years, the. annual results .cannot be given, or full comparisons bo instituted, some value may attach to a comparison of individual months where the record in such cases may have been preserved. The figures under the year 1858 differ in the Government printed returns and in those prepared by the then clerk of the office. We have adhered to the former, but .the two sources of information are not materially discrepant. Besides giving the totals of the years 1858, 1860, 1861, 1862, and 1863, ,we have given special totals of the first nine months of all these. This plan has been adopted b...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE JORDAN DIGGINGS. MrDickenson, who is engaged, in mining opera tions about four miles from Wood's Point, near Jericho, being at present in town, has communicated to us some facts of interest connected with the pro gress of this gold-field. Mr Dickenson has brought down some specimens of very promising stone, which may be seen at the offices' of Messrs Clarke' and Son, in Elizabeth street. Mr Dickenson re ports the mining operations of the district as in a very satisfactory and ,? promising state. At the All Nations Reef, the other day, the men' washed 13 ounces to .the dish -off the cap of the reef. Prom the same reef, a trial crushing, by Scott . and Hurley's machine, realised 95 oz to the ton. Between 900 and 1000 claims have been registered, and between'3000' and 4000 men are estimated to be at work over a line of coun try of from fifteen to twenty miles. The population is still increasing, and several new stores and other places of business are now in course of erection. Labo...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE MONTH. We regret to have to record that the harvest pros- pects of the year are by no means so saticfactory as we could wish. There is some variation in the accounts from different districts, but on the whole they tend to show that the crop will be a short one. Rust has been very detrimental to the wheat, and legions of caterpillars have worked fearful havoc on all kinds of crop. As a consequence, the price of     wheat is rapidly rising. For two months past   South Australian speculators have been buying up wheat for future delivery, which, for the season of the year, has caused a comparative scarcity of grain.                         Festivity, in a word, has been the characteristic   of the past month. No people under the sun, as a rule, work harder than the Victorians, a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAINFALL OF MELBOURNE FOR THE LAST SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE RAINFALL OF MELBOURNE FOR THE LAST SIX YEARS. Wo have been favored by Mr Ellery, of the Ob- ' servatory, with the following abstract, from the meteorological observation of the rainfall at Mel- ? bourne, during the last six years : — I iiiiiiiiiifi : ? H ' : « ::::?::: g= p os © to j-» to © f-- © j-« jt*- pt1 „ %-.tti-i-*CDi--b50--ic»«no«o bo a co' [2 t-1 J-1 JO bS p H* fN tO J-» © p tot* ._.' . o-abs^aJoooicotoJ-ibocoo a-' PS tsHioseiciiMum^tooilr ct to oi u vt- os to -q o H^ oo -q oo *-t» co- £O pi M H _S p H H O *? O H Hfc1 ;,. ooo-o*4^qt-D^a«oc7-eo:o«oa oo go t!9«s--»if*-cno-cncnocc0Cn.)F-.-D.*-cb £2 B H' |^ O H J8 M O H' fr j|k. »y M ? bi *. bo m '*? h -i (B b b» b- too 5- rr oow'00(ij^»ai»a)iikMfriJ o- g£ tf-COG0OOCOOOlOOCOGOCSfD (I* tg t-- O £9 O h-* 6O to -£* CIS H*' p h-* b- v. ?-'Coo«OcotoJocootoJ-'ton a- S? cst-'Go-jCttosooooiooaocner' a» g oi si ho *.ioiii-a(ri(o-jO)B & w ^qeurfi.t-ijoi.OH-ibOS--c«itoH-iy v HoiffloHOHbi^iai^ coo 5 K; OOOCOCOO-acllp.OXCUtKCOCT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. The immigration and emigration returns , for the month of December are published, and from, them -.ii ?will be Been that tho arrivals are in- favor- of the colony by 1843, the nnmbcrsbeing — arrivals, 395'4 ; departures, 2111. ? Tho following, table shows . thb ports arrived from and. departed for — ~ ;- »»- i ? Fo- Cliil Aurived From ' , flx^ues; males. dren. Now South -Wales ? :. ... .200' 72 10 South and West Australia ...... 122 37 27 Tasmania .;..............:... '3,44- ., .7i5 ... 0 New Zealand and S.S. Islands.. 10l-7 46 30 Total colonies ? . ; ? 1628 228 -.76 United Kingdom .'....'..... 869 776 '314' Foreign Ports ? ?'. . 44 ; 10 14 General; Total , ... . ??/.-'. . . . ^2536 ? 1014 ,#t; Grand Total of all soula ' 13954 ' '; Departed For ;. New South.Wales ? ? 223 79 . 90 South'and West Australia .'. ? 120 . 35 '.' 21 Tasmania ?..........; ? ..... 51 45 17 New Zealand and'S. S. Islands.. 411 173 ' 149 ? Total colonies ? ... ? 805 .332 .227. United ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MATCH AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE MATCH AT BENDIGO. The All-England Eleven, on 6th inst., commenced their gold-fields' campaign, meeting twenty-two Bendigo cricketers upon the ground of the B.U.C.C. The Eleven arrived at Sandhurst by train the pre vious evening and experienced a very warm recep tion at the hands of the public and tho officers of the United Club. The ground itself was about as fit to play cricket upon, as any portion of Bourke street or the Parliament Reserve, though this is owing more to the damage occasioned by tho late flood, than to the neglect of the club. There was no grass on any portion of it, and the only strip boasting the appearance of anything approaching to turf, was devoted to the wickets. : Tho. Twenty-two, captained by Mr J. B. Thompson, were composed of local players, with the ex ception of Mr T. W. Wills, formerly of the United Eleven, and Mr Hewitt, of the Richmond Club. The names of the members of the team are : — J. B. Thompson (captain), Shum, Bruce, Glen, James Orr, John Or...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. MURDER OF MRS THOMSON AND HER DAUGHTER, BY A NATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

NEW ZEALAND. MURDER OP MRS THOMSON AND HER DAUGHTER, 4BY A NATIVE. 'Wo have token the following account of this tragedy from tlie local papers. A surviving daughter of Mrs Thomson says that, on the 21st of December, between three and foiir o'clock in the afternoon, n Maori came to her father's house and wanted to huy some sugar. Her mother weighed out 3£ lbs, and] said she could spare no more. 'When she' asked payment for it, the Maori gave her abusive language, and went away, tak ing the sugar with ldm without paying for.it.* In about an hour's timo ho came hack and asked for more sugar, and -Mrs Thomson said she had no more to sparo. On her saying this, the Maori stepped forward to go into Mrs Thom son's room, when her. daughter (that same one that related this to Grace), went beforo him, and put her hands up to keep him back, saying that ? he had no business there. On that ho turned round, tittered some more abusive language, and went outside the door, and was still nioro abusive...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NGARUAWAHIA, THE CAPITAL OF MAORIDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

NGARUAWAHIA, THE CAPITAL OJF MAORI Ngarnawahia,' late the capital seat of the' Maori movement, as 'will be seen from the accompanying illustration, has not a great deal to boast of. It is probably about. the smallest centre of political move ment the world has yet seen. The settlement is, on a level flat, at the junction of the Waipa and Horqtiu rivers, the former on , the west and the latter.on.the east side. Directly opposite ? tho point; at ' about fifty c:yards : from the ' beacon, . stands the ? flagstaffj fitted in true seaman-iik'o'.manner, ' with topmast and crosSTtreesiand large ,' enough to -make a miz.enufor a; :good. sizedvbarqtie. ; r The blocks /and- -running .tackle ?which' adorned 'it , oh- , former t days ' had 'all heen ''-removed 'when) ? the r troops ?'came'up,-'; but now -the 'British ensign flies from the mast-head; telling! of -the- downfall of Maori kingiteism, arid' the triumph of -British 'arms,' and the 'supremacy*' of our 'beloved '? Queen inthe heart of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowling Analyses. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

Bowling Analyses. Victorian Twenty-two. — First Innings. — Jackson bowled 132 balls for 48 runs, 10 maidens and 6 wickets ; Hayward bowled 24 balls for 19 runs and 1 wicket ; Caffyn bowled 16 balls for 15 runs ; Tinley bowled 130 balls for 53 runs, 10 maidens and 11 wickets ; Tarrant bowled 40 balls for 6 runs, 5 maidens and 2 wickets. All England Eleven. — First Innings. — Coss- tick bowled 201 balls for 61 runs, 36 maidens and 4 wickets ; Bryant bowled 200 balls for 43 runs, 30 maidens, 6 wickets and 2 wides ; Greaves bowled 84 balls for 15 runs and 12 maidens ; Elliott bowled 36 balls for 11 runs, 4 maidens and 1 wide ; Con way bowled 40 balls for 7 mas and5' maidens'; Wilkie bowled 36 balls for 13 runs, 4 maidens and 1 wide ; Marshall bowled 4 balls . for 2 runs ; and Hewitt bowled 24 balls for 14 runs. , Victorian Twenty-two. — Second Innings. — Jack- son bowled 112 balls for 18 runs, 17 maidens, and 4 wickets ; Tinley bowled 220 balls for 66 runs, 19 maidens, and 8 wickets ; T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. Dccembor 24. — San Roman, Hamburg ship, 1232 tons, Ii. Martina, from. Hohnssund; Joshua Brothers and Co., agents. Northam, P. and O. Company's R.M.S., 1800 tons.; John Sparkos, agent. December 25. — Lincolnshire, ship, 1200 tons, Edward Chnrleton, from London, via Plymouth; W. P. 'VVhito and Co., agents. A. H. Badger, biircjue, 350 tons, J. Marshall, from Batavia November 8 ; Ajiderson and Marshall, agents. December 20. — Resolute, ' steam-tag, 123 tons, Jus. Dean, from London, via Plymouth; Captain Dean,! agent. ? Thoinas W. House, American ship, 744 tons, : Or. M. Lean, from Boston; Oshorne, Cashing and Co.,' agents. Australian, H.M. (chartered) s., 1800 tons, Lieutenant A. C. Dando, R.N.R., commandor, from Rangoon 21st November, with 328 of H.M. 68th Regi ment, on route for Auckland. Holmes, White and Co., .agents. December 27. — Me'lanie, French ship, 393 tons, J. 2?. Le Lionnais, from Calcutta ; Ross and Spowers, agents....

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THE ALL-ENGLAND CRICKET MATCHES. ELEVEN OF ALL ENGLAND V. TWENTY-TWO OF VICTORIA. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE ALL-ENGLAND CEICKET MATCHES. ? _ ? ^^ ? ELEVEN OF AIL ENGLAND V. TWENTY-TWO OF 'VTCTOBIA. FIKST DAY. The first cricket match with Paries All-England Eleven which has been played in '. the southern hemisphere, and thefirst of the second series of Anglo Anstralian matches to be played in these colonies, commenced on New Year's Day. 'The flower of English cricketry,' this time represented by an eleven it would bo impossible to match in the world, met twenty-two Victorian players, on the ground of the 'Melbourne Club, both sides being ani mated by a like good spirit— the one deter mined to maintain the prestige of the Old World, and the other, while feeling confident of ability to meet England's best eleven, willing to submit their colonial metal to the test of the imperial standard, with every intention of profiting by an exhibi tion, of cricketing talent such as will' in all probability never . again be met in. Aus tralia. . The fact of Mr Marshall's costly enterprise in bringing ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REVENUE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE REVENUE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (PROM THE S. M. HERALD, JANUARY 9.) A comparative statement of ths Consolidated Revenue of the colony of New South Wales, and of the special funds paid into the Treasury at Sydney, during the years ended 31st December, .1862, and 31st December, 1863, respectively, showing the increase or decrease under each head thereof, is published in to-day's Gazette. From this statement it appears that the total revenue proper for the year 1863 amounted to £1,533,597 7s Id against £1,590,962 Os 7d for 1862. The decrease in the year is therefore £57,364 13s 6d, or abaut 3Jd percent. The heads of revenue which show an increase aro Customs duty on refined sugar and molasses, duty on spirits distilled in the colony, postage, licenses, fees of office, fines and forfeitures, rents (exclusive of land), railways, electric tele grapli roceipts, pilotage rates and harbor dues, tonnage dues (Newcastle), rates under Chinese Act, commission on money orders, and miscellaneous r...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GREAT FORGERY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE GREAT FORGERY CASE. At the City Police Court on tho 28th ult. Horatio Nelson, remanded from the previous 'week, was brought up again, charged, with forgery. Charles Troedel; a lithographic printer in Collins street, stated that he knew the prisoner. On Thurs day, 15th October last, saw hiiri -in his shop. His assistant Riernan was. in at the time. Prisoner asked if he was doing any cheques. Witness said lie would, get cheques at the bank;; 'He then asked about engravings, and witness', showed hiin'sbirie samples. Prisoner pointed out '. a bill of exchange an the sample book, and asked the price of 2000. Witness told him the price. He then took from his pocket a £5 note on the Bank of New South 'Wales, New Zealand, and asked witness if he could do them. Witness asked what he meant, .and if he ?wanted the border printed. He said he wanted the whole engraving. He took out another £5 note on. the bank of New South Wales, Victoria. (Both these notes were produced and identified.) Pri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RUSHES AT LANDSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE RUSHES AT LANDSBOBOUGH. We have received the following report from Mr -Surveyor D 'Alton to the Minister of Mines, with respect to the two new rushes in the neighborhood ?of, Landsboroueh : — ...' Landsborough, 17th December, 1863. 'Sir,— I have the honor to report that two rashes -have taken place in the Barkly Division; near Iiandsborougb. ? No. 1 is situated to the east of the Mulakhoff Slaughteryard, and' ?within the last few. days has ' assumed very important dimensions. There are at present over one thousand miners on the grotmdj' including six Chinese. A number 'of stores are in course of erection; so that the entire population may be estimated at twelve hundred, which, is daily increasing. The sinking is from fourteen to twenty-six feet, and dry; it is gene rally easy,- but varies considerably, even in adjoining claims. ??'-' In the prospectors' claim it is as follows :? 4'feet surface clay, 10 feet soft cement, from 8 to 12 inches of washdirt with waterworn fragments of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

QUEENSLAND. CmiE 61' Snake Bite. — The Gladstone correspon dent to ? the Moclchainpton JBulletin says :— I will now inform you of .the successful treatment of the, man who was rocentlv severelv bitten bv a laree brown snake. - A. townsman- of ours,' named John-' son, was at work near tho dam, repairing the fencing and draining around it, when he was suddenly bitten on the upper' part of .the, calf of his light leg by, a brown snalce about live feet six inches. long.. It ap pears ho trod on the tail of tho reptile', which turned sharp round and bit him through' his trousers above his boot.' The puncture' was so small that ho took no notice of it at that time :(about nino inthe morn-; ing of the 17th inst.) ;but as the consequences werb: so severe, I 'will give, you 'them in 'detail. About; three p.m., samo .day, ho sat down at '- tho ' stops i at; tho dam and fell asleep. How, long-he slopt ho; did- not know. Atlast' ho was ' aroused i. by , his ; having', fallen with his head agains...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REVIEW ON NEW YEAR'S DAY.—See Next Page. THE REVIEW ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE REVIEW ON NEW YEAR' S DAY . —See Next Page.               THE REVIEW ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. The military display at Emerald Hill, although appointed to commence at the unusually early hour of ten o'clock, attracted, as such spectacles usually do, a large concourse of spectators. Shortly after nine o'clock, crowds— brought by train and cars —   began to assemble on the ground, and within an hour afterwards, there must have been about ten. thousand persons present, who, owing to the de- ficiency of police assistance, were, with difficulty, restrained from intruding on the     parade ground, which they almost wholly occupied before the close of the proceedings. The volunteoers began to arrive between eight and nine o'clock, and by ten o'clock were all drawn up in line. The staff officers present at this time were Colonel Anderson, Colonel-Commandant ; Major ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

From returns published by the Otago Daily Times, we learn that the increase by immigration to the population of the province of Otago, during; the year 1862, was 15,993 males, and 5362 females. The total immigration was 25,643 males, and 6181 females ; and the emigration, 9650 males, and 819 females. The shipping trade of Gipps Land has made a very considerable stride during the past year, being no less than 24,579 tons against 12,845 tons in 1862. "This increase," says the Times, "has been   entirely owing to the New Zealand trade, and the opening of the port of Welshpool. Port Albert, it was found, would not admit of vessels of sufficient size to carry cattle safely for such a length of voyage, and that larger vessels were necessary. Welshpool was, consequently, the only resource, and the opening of one of the finest harbors in Victoria was the result. A trade is now carrying on between Welshpool and Dunedin equal to the whole of the previous cattle trade with Tasmani...

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VITAL STATISTCS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

VITAL STATISTCS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. The Registrar-General's report on the vital sta- tistics of Melbourne and the suburbs is published in Friday's Government Gazette. The total num-   ber of deaths which occurred during the month was 200 of these, 12 were male and 88 female. Of the males, 49 were under, and 63 over five years of age, and of the female 45 were under and 43 were over that age. The deaths during the month numbered 1 less than those in October, and 8½ less than the average of the month of November during the last four years. The mean temperature was lower by a degree, and the mean atmospheric pressure by the tenth of an inch than they were in the same month, in either of the three previous years. Of the 106 deaths of persons beyond five years of age, 63, or about 59 per cent., were of males, and 43, or nearly 41 per cent., were of females ; of those who died, 7 were between five and ten years of age, 3 were between ten and fifteen, 7 were between ...

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THE MURRAY RIVER AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1864

THE MURRAY RIVER AT ECHUCA. The illustration represents the bridge by which the Murray will be crossed, and access gained to the line of railway, now in progress, and which will   soon connect the Murray by the iron link with Melbourne and its port. Echuca is now but a small hamlet existing on the passing traffic of sheep and cattle for the Victorian market, but, judging from the rapid rise of other places from insignificant hamlets into splendid towns in this "go a-head" country, it can scarcely be doubted that Echuca is yet destined to a far more commanding position in the civic world. The following sketch is from the   pen of one who a few days ago had the opportunity of making personal observation of Echuca and the district in which it is situated.                 "Echuca will be a great place some of these days, when the railway is completed. People ...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

SHIPPING. WOOL SHIPS SAILED SINCE THE COMMENCE MENT OF THE YEAR, 1864, AND THE NUM BER OF BALES BY EACH. Date ?of Ship. , Destination. Bales. Sailing. Jan. 2 Essex ..London .. 2,189 „ 8 Mediator . ..London .... 3,676 „ 13 Moravian .. London . ... ? 3,172 „ 27 Great Britain . . Liverpool . . 1,833 Feb. 3 Dover Castle ..London , .. 2,034 Total . . . 12,904 . The following is a list of vessels which have sailod with gold fudm tho 1st January, 1864, to the present date,- and tho quantities taken by each : — Date. of Ship. Destination. Ounces. Sailing. Jan. 2 Essex . . London .-. 23,239 „ ? 2 Calliance . . London (Geelong) 10,000 „ 13 Moravian .. London . ... 4,265 „ 26 Bombay . . Point de Galle . . 62,538 „ 27 Grer.t Britain ..Liverpool .. 61,322 Feb. 3 Dovor Castlo . . London . . 16,850 Total .. ... ' 98,824' Of this quantity 31,561 ounces are transhipments from New Zealand; ' leaving the ? balance in favor of this colony of 67,263 ounces. Tho shipments for tho same period of last year...

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