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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOARD and Residence.-Private rooms for gentle .men. Hrs Brooks, Dana street, next Oddie'e. SHIRE OE BALLARAT. EAST BIDLSTti ELECTION. IHEREBY GIVE NOTICE,-That as the num ber of candidates for the election on Saturday, the fourteenth day of January instant; (to supply an extraordinary vacancy in the Shire Council), who have been respectively duly nominated in accordance with the terms of my notice of the 29th day of De cember hist, exceeds the number to be elected, A poll will be taken at Mount Blowhard, in the parish of Ascot, within the said Biding, on Saturday, the 14th day of January instant, commencing at eight o'clock in the forenoon, and ending at four o'clock io the afternoon. The following are the candidates nominated, and from whom one bas to be elected. M*CUBBLN, ALEXANDER. M'PHILLIMY, JOHN. The poll will be taken in a buUding adjoining Muir's Mount Blowhard HoteL The following are the boundaries of the East Bid ing of thé Shire of Ballarat, viz. : Commenc...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

The Tretmäteik Quarterly return -nf -tfafefrectÉpta and disbursements of tbeGovenirneht was published in Tuesday's Onvritaipit O/tatU, The ¡fallowing ex hibits the substance of the aereral statements: Tba^v^uereañved at theTreasmy durnigti-e ^uax^er^^o^; 3'ut December; 1864, bânoantea -(omitting traçons) fro £777;228;.:and the expendí- - ture to 4£24,145. The WÄnds «nd transfers from the revenue in thequarter vere in amount £10,666. 'Tbe«xpendituxe0hiaccoantt>f- I863 in' the quarter ending sät DecehibeT71864, WBS£26;S33. . The -comparative: statement of the estimated revenue and the net revenue for the year 1864 shows a decrease of £125,704. ' The customs receipts vere estimated at £1,094,000 - the net revenue was 41,103,025,'--giving a -balance in favor raf the Treasurer*à'restitoate of £9025i "Tinder file head of Excise, the estimate wai £38,000, while the realised receipte were ¿46,299, showing an in crease on -the ^estimate of £8299.- Toe Territorial Te venue was estimated at...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. (Continued from our Thursday's issue.) THE CONVICT MULLER. (From the Shipping Gazette, 1st November.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. _ f Continued from our Tkurtdatft itrue.) THE CONVICT MULLER. (From the Shipping Cfaxetic, 1st November.) » ' " One who wag in the Dock" senile tbeipllowing 1 to toe Tijnci:- " "SIB,-At th« present tine the ' actual words'j uttered by Muller after his sentence will doubtless be * in teres ting to your readers, if «ot im portant tb the pubUc when attested by one who probably had the: best opportunity of hearing them of anyone in the crowded court, t have not yet-found tbem quite " correctly reported, which would necessarily arise from the prisoner speaking,' first of all, .in A low voice; next, though iii good English, still with a decidedly foreign accent; thirdly, as he held his fingers over his mouth; and, lastly, as in the final sentence he broke down, and the choking utterance of the last words was heard,' 1 believe, only by myself. "By the courtesy of the.Governor of Newgate I was accommodated with a seat in the dock, and had every opportunity of observi...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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THE INSURRECTION IN VENETIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

THE INSURRECTION IN VENETIA, A A letter front Feltre, io the Sentinella Brueiana, . states that banda of insurgents «tili occupy varions points of Frioul, and the territories of Belluno and ' Treviso. It adds that young men repair singly to the Cadore (a valley in that neighborhood), where the inajority of - insurgents, are assembled. _ The Austrians have fixed their head-quarters st Udine to prevent the insurgents from crossing tbe Carma. A - public prosecutor has arrived there; from Venice in order at once to commence the trial of the pri soners that- may be taken. Turin letters state that the Venetian emigrants in 'that city, without founding any very sanguine hopes oh the' movement in : Venetia, haye not wished to remain insensible to what ia taking place. They have held a meeting, at which Baron Tecchio presided, and opened a subscrip tion, at which a sam of lOOOfr.. was immediately collected. A mixed committee has been also formed to organise a subscription under the name of t...

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THE YARMOUTH BEACHMEN AND THE LIFEBOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

THE YARMOUTH BEACHMEN AND THE LDJEBOAT. The following is the report of the Yarmouth branch of the National Lifeboat Institution of the meeting of the local committee held at Yarmouth on the 24th and 31st ult., to consider the conduct of the Yarmouth beachraen in refusing to man the lifeboat of the National Institution on the 19th ult. It «rill be seen from the report that the beach tn en allowed the ill-feeling which unfortunately exists amongst them towards the steamings to interfere with their duty in manning the lifeboat, whose spécial and noblest vocation is to save life: "On Sunday, the 16th inst., about nine o'clock in tbe morning, the steamship Ontario, of the burthen of 2880 tons register. Brooking, master, on a voyage from Newcastle to Alexandria, with coals, grounded on Hasborongh Sand. Sis steamings belonging tb the port were sent to the assistance of the vessel, and arrangements were made under which the steam tugs were to receive £24O0 in case they succeeded in getting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to .them for i sale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of Mair and Doveton streets, Market Square. _ J. V. TAKTE and CO. TO FARMERS. rn /"|/-|rk BUSHELS of WHEAT WANTED.- j OVJ,V/VyU The undersigned has been instructed to parchase for cash the above quantity of Wheat, for Messrs Wm. Degraves and Cou, .Melbourne, delivered. at the Ballarat Station. " - _WILLIAM EAVES, Armstrong street. THE undersigned is prepared to make Cash Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed silk dresaed floor. , _.. NOW BEADY. FORMS FOE THE REGISTRATION OF DOGS in January. PRICE ONE PENNY. To be had at this Office, and of all booksellers^ NOTICE.-Intending Subscribers are respectfully informed that the new Quarter commenced on the 1st inst. All persons indebted to this office are particula...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL OF CLUNES. The ordinary fortnightly meetîDg of the Borough Council of Clones was held on Wednesday. Present j -Councillors Mark (in the chair,) Noble, Whittle eton, Nicholls, and Angas. Th« letter from the Department of Public Works, intimating that ' the vote of 1864 for water supply bad lapsed, was made an order of the day. The request ! by Thomas Lavers, for compensation for re- 1 moving his house from Cameron street, was ] referred to Works Committee, and the proposal by Duncan and Johnson to lease the market shed, I &c., to the finance committee. A letter from the toll sate keeper, was referred to the Works Com mittee, which waa also desired to confer with Mr Reid and Mr Pitcher relative to the fencing. A deputation from the Fire Brigade urged upon the Council the desirability of procur ing, as soon as possible, a permanent supply of water for extinguishing fires. The Chairman said the Council was taking the necessary steps to procure a supply of water, ...

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. FRIDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

f fe §ühwt MM. ÜÄJJJY ISSUE. FRIDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 1865. IN Thursday's issue we gave the substance of the Treasurer's quarterly return of the re ceipts and disbursements of the Government, from Tuesday's Gazette, and those of our : readers who took the trouble to go over the figures must have been gratified to find that the statement was highly satisfactory. No doubt the result does not quite agree with thje Treasurer's anticipatory estimate, bat it is sufficiently close an approximation to show that Mr Verdon's calculations in advance were carefully and intelligently made, and that the tax paying capabilities bf the colony may be relied upon with tolerable confidence. In analysing the statement submitted by the Treasurer, our attention is due in the-first place to the information supplied by the Customs department, because the state of the revenue in that department affords the best index to the state of the country. Between the esti mated and collected Customs revenue for the year...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Melbourne.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

WKW INSOLVENTS. I íRriicdnlí* filed in Mel bonni e.) John Glen, of Stanley, in the Orena -district, pub lican. CauBee of insolvency-Losses in mining' speculations, failure in trade, and adverse judgments in County Court, Liabilities, £97 Ss Sd; assets^ £72 Us id, deficiency, £94 Ss Sd. Mr E. Courtney, official assignee. Samuel Harris, of Digby. Causes of insolvency Loses in business, and in wool speculations. Lia bilities, £351 4s 4d; assets, £17 Us. Hr Moore, official assignee. William Bardcastle, of Collingwood, now out of business. Causes of insolvency-Pressure of ere- j dieors, bad debts, and adverse judgments. Liabilities, £124 7a 4d; assets, £34 19« Sd; deficiency, £89 8s j Sd. Mr Goodman official assignee. 1 We fArgvt) have lecsired a. report of groat im morality permitted at the Sanatory Station, Point Nepean, that calls for tine strictest investigation, ion the part of the authorities. We have heard to-day that the chief medical officer has proceeded to the station to make ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA; . ADELAIDE, 12th January, j Wheat ia Sim in price and in good demand, and farmers are in high spirits at present high rates. .Giles and Smith's flour sold this day for £20 10s per ton; Hanger's at £21, delivered on the Murray. - The Attorney-General is likely to lose his seat for the county of Victoria. The electors there have resolved to elect none but local men. Â good deal of interest (says our Melbourne cor respondent) has been taken in the affairs of the Collingwood Gold Mining Company since gold was struck in the shaft on Wednesday. The company was established about two years since, for the pur pose of testing the oft-repeated statement that a deep lead of gold was to be found in the basin of the Tarra." A company was got up,. shares sub scribed for, and proceedings commenced. Before, however, a shaft was sunk, a bore was put down, and satisfactory indications obtained. Acting ander the advice of afr Selwyn (the Government geologist) and Mr ligar (die Surveyor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POBT PHILLIP HEADS. ft* . ABBJLVJUJ. Thursday, 12th January.-Alhambra, steamer, from Otago; Vahnrx schooner, from foo Chow Foo; Derwent, steamer, from Hobarton; Aldinga steamer, from Ade-* laide. ??. BAILED. Thursday, 12th January.-South Australian, steamer, for Adelaide; City of Melbourne, steamer, for Sydney. PROJECTED DEPASTURES. For London.-Great Victoria, 14th January; York shire, 18th January; London, 4th February; Troo Briton, 18th February. For Sydney.-The steamers of the A. B. N. Com pany, regularly. For Otago.-Hero, 13th January. For Port Albert- Ant or 'Keera, every Wednesday. IMPOSTS-loth January. John Banyan, from London.-300 cases brandy, 14 pockets hops, 10 cases drapery, 15 cases iron, 50 cases ^oilmen's stores. Dalgety and Co. 1000 cases brandy, 210 packages, Hyam and Co. 18 bales, E Greville and Co. 2 cases boots, J Stewart. 23 cases, Whitchell and Co. 21 trunks boots, Isaacs Brothers. 2 cases, P Falk and Co. 43 casks whitelead I case gold le...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

STO CK REPOST. - * ? * ' ?«SCHUÇA ABD MOAMA.-Since our last issue we have to report the following crossings:-Monday_15 head fat cattle, Mr William Mansfield; 240 head do. West Brothers, lachlan. Tuesday-273 head fat cattle, Mr Anderson; 235 head do, Mr Kennedy, Billabong. The Pastoral Tana oí the 7th reports:-" Store cattle are arriving in considerable numbers, and they are of average quality. The following are the crossings here during the week:-Wednesday, 4th-209 fat catie, West's; 300 fat, Anderson's. Friday, 6th-700 store cattle, M*NicolTs; 250 fat, Kennedy's; 500 fat, Hughes; 3300 store cattle, Sullivan's. Some of these are in treaty for. Of stock on the road we hear of950 store cattle at Urana, under offer. Mr Hay's sheep, numbering1 be tween 5000and 6000, half fat, crossed at Hay on Satur day last 1000 head store, Mr Brown's, of Tumut, sold for Deniliquin, crossed at Wagga Wagga on the 30th vdt.-Riverine Herald, 11th

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. A fair average amount of business was done in' the snare market on Thursday,'-though not nearly equal to Wednesday's transactions. Sales of Band of Hopes were made at £128, the market showing a rising tendency, towards the evening ,£130 being in many instances asked. Koh-i-Noors were in en quiry, with sales at £60. There is a rumor afloat that the company has discovered .a fresh lead. Golden Empire scrip has been in great demand throughout the day. Sales have taken place at £49, £50, £511, and £52. Ballarat Quartz fetched £110 and £112 ; Bed 'Jackets, £13 17s 6d. Albion shares are firmly held at last quotations. Atlas sales at 34.- There were enquiries for leviathans and Sons of Freedom,'- ' The Band of Hope Company washed out 256 oz on Thursday. A yield of something like 400 oz had been expected, hut early in the morning an ac cident pot a stop to the raising of washdirt for several hours. This was the breakage; of. a crank connected with the piston of the air-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL OF SEBASTOPOL. The Borough Council ot Sebastopol met on Thursday. The full Council waa present. A letter was read from Martin Sullivan, requesting the Council to define the line of the proposed road by the corner of theBed Jacket claim. Made an order of the day for next week. The Mayor informed the Council that Messrs Le vinson and Meanowski, of Ballarat, had offered to present a clock for the use of the Council, the value to be not less than £5. The Council accepted the offer with thanks. It was reported that the secretary of the Mechanics' Institute had intimated that the application of the Council for the use of the Institute for the Council's business, would be considered at the next meering of the committee of the Institute. Some discussion i ensued as to the probability of the Institute being procured as a town hall, but ultimately the matter was held over till a future meeting of the Council. ; The Mayor laid on the table patterns of borough ; seals which had ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. OHIBE OP : .GRENVILLE.-ME CUTHBERT, Ö ABCHEEEOT, invites TENDERS for the Erection of Offices at linton, for the Grenvillashire CouncU. Plans and specifications may be seen at No. 9 Cham- i ber bf Commerce, Ballarat, where .tenders are to be ! delivered before 4 o'clock on Saturday, the.. 14th ! January. Any tender not necessarily accepted. HffiE OF GBENVILLE.--TENDEES for the j ; construction of the following works will be re ceived at the Shire Gffîce, linton, until noon on Mon day, the 16th instant:- ? il. Draining, forming,and metalling 42J chains of I roadway, and constructing two culverts on the Ballarat and Smythesdale Main road, com ' menang -near the Wiltshire Amis Hotel. 2. Draining, forming, and_ metalling 73 chains of j roadway, and constructing two culverts and two ' ' 'croaaings'on' the' Ballarat' and Smythesdale j main road, near Fisher's Hill. 3. Grubbing, clearing, draining, forming, and metalling portion of main street, Staffordshire ." Beef, and con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

S' D' G1 S1 S' M'1 STEAM TO LONDON Direct BLACK BALI, ana EAGLE ?LINE of PACKETS.-The steam 'ship GREAT VICTORIA, _3500 tora burthen, JAKES PRICK, Commander, Will bo despatched from Melbourne, for London direct, on Saturday the 14th January, 1865. , Katee of Passage: Saloon, including fittings, linen, '.% ? ? bedding; Sec-.£60 and np warda Second cabin, on deck .£35 ' Third cabin-.jei8ana £20 Steerage ......'..'......".."."."..£16 ! ' For rates of passage money, and freight, apply to Messrs EYRKS BROTHERS, ; .* Ballarat; or BRIGHT BROTHERS and CO., . " : . _ Flinders lane, : Melbourne. ¡TEAM TO LONDON. Messrs Money Wigram and "..Sons' (of Blackwall Tard, London) ' Line of Steam and Sailing Ships, To sail positively on the 4th February, the splendid neiv screw steamship LONDON, ? 1750 Tons Register, - J. B. MABTIBT, Commander. ? - i . For plana of cabina, dietary scales, and all parti calais, apply to ..: W. P. WHITE and OOt, _ . 10, Elizabeth street, Mdtw^rne. .All, Y STEAM, COMMU N...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs James .Smith, William Oldham, and Walter KLogton, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday.-Band of Hopes, £126 10s cash; Golden Empires, £50 10s; Lalla Bookhs, Springdallah, £3 2s 6d ; Nelsons, Sebastopol, £2110s ; New North Clunes, £7 ; Ballarat Quartz, Stieglitz, £106. Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchbnrn report the following sales of shares made yesterday:-Golden Em pires, £48, £49, £50; Lalla Bookhs, ¿3 2s 6d; Prince Alfreds, Buninyong, £20 ; Leviathans, £20, £20 5s ; Chryseis, £40; Band of Hopes, £127. Messrs Walsh, Were, and Moore, and Mr S. Goujon : report the following sales of shares yesterday:-Band of Hopes, £126£, £129, and £128; Koh-i-Noors, £60; Bed Jackets, £13 15s ; Nelson and Wellingtons, £21J ; St. George United, £23¿; Albion, £10 10s; Band of j Hopes, new issue, £32 5s ; Ballarat Quartz, Stieglitz, | £108; Golden Empire, Springdallah, £50; Chryseis, ! Durham, £40. The Band of Hope Company obtained | 256 oz for yeste...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. An adjourned meeting of the Chamber ? of Com merce will be held on Wednesday next, to consider . the résignation of the late President and the election of his successor; after which the following subjects will be discussed, viz.:-The establishment of a branch of the Insolvency Court at Ballarat, the acceptance, by insurance companies, of Ballarat risks through Melbourne brokers, and the repeal of the w h ari age-rates. It will be «cen from oar report of the Sebastopol Borough Council that Mr John Wall has been elected I town surveyor and clerk, at a salary of £144 a-year. [ There were several tenders for the several offices, one as town clerk, office hours to be from 8 a.m. to IO o.m., for £40 a-year. "A perusal of the District Police Court cause hst, in another column, will inform the uninitiated in small politics how requisitions are sometimes " got np1' and what sometimes follows thereon. The case was one in which Mr Ijockett was sued for " work and labor'' donein...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

AUCTION SALES. THIS DAT. . FHSD. EVEBINGHAM-At Craig's Boyal Hotel, at 1 o'clock, bluestone «tore and dwelling, &c, at Miners' Best POWERS, BOTHRBIOBD, and Co. - At Bacchus Marsh Farmers' Society's yards, sheep, fcc_ ADVERTISEMENTS. PRICE SIXPENCE. 9ll * li** iutv Of FRIDAY, 13th JANUARY, Contains: THE NATIONAL GRAIN SHOW. THE INCORPORATION ACT. FORCING INDUSTRIES. THE VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. MINING .INTELLIGENCE. LATER HEWS FROM ENGLAND AHB AMERICA TEE DAYLESFORD MURDER, BUTCHERS' RACES. BALLARAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. WATER COMMISSION. CROWN LANDS SALES. BUNINYONG WARDEN'S COURT. BOROUGH AND SHIRE COUNCILS. POLICE COURTS. COMMERCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE. AHB ALL THE SEWS OF THE WEEK _PRICE SIXPENCE._ O'FARRELL AND 801, FRESH HORSES. SATURDAY, 14th JANUARY, At 12 o'clock, At O'Farrell and Son's Bale Yards. HEAVY AND MEDIUM DRAUGHT COLTS AND FILLIES. From the Station of W. R. Scott, Esq., fSmllimm. O'FARRELL and SON hav...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES [PBE GBE VILLE AND BIKO, BEUTKR'S AGENTS.] TICTOaiA. MELBOURNE, 12 th January. The E. Sham brings 6O00 packages of tea, and -dates from Fow Choo to 11th November. Tbe Spray of the Ocean had arrived at Shanghai from Sydney. QUEENSCLIFF, 12th January. .The ship Golden Empire was released from qaaraniine to-day and sailed for Hobson'a Bay at Í-3Ó p.m. SAU, 12th January. The Charles Edward (steamer) sailed at 4 p.m. to-day for Melbourne via Bairnsdale.

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