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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

Correspondence. [We do not hold .ourselves responsible for thc opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of TrjE CAIKSS TOST,) Sm,- I sue in your paper yoij are .sjieakjiig ¡ about the neglect cf the Cairns Divisional Board, so if yon will let me I ' would like to speak of the roads this way, which have not been repaired for some year or more. There is one bad part which has been brought under the attention of the Board several times, but they appear to believe we ought not to want anything done, although they have our rates.' There arc several here who intend to refuse to piiy any more rates until .they get something- laid outran the crossing near Martin's and other parts, hecnuse it js impossible for the settlers 'to w'qfk : thúif teams as the road is now. For all the good the Divisional Board is to us we might just as,well be without thurn altogether, lt is only those,who.are members of thc Board that get anything done, and we cau't all sit there ; but we could spend our ra...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

Our Neighbours. ;r* [»»OH boB'6"wK--"coi«B8i|oitD«irr«.] ,; HEKbEKTON. : - ; May 2. Tu EES was a great scare on Saturday when an announcement appeared in thu TIBBS that ill lands on'either side of the proposed railway lino to : Mourilyan.', were . reserved froid" sélccUôù; * It J'did' not "appear in the "Herrierton~Ar>VlKTiSKii/" because"the"* wira came through when that paper, had gone to prop; The eaergetic chairman of thc Pro- gress- Association whed ' here,., there, and .everywhere, aad a meeting", of 'the associa- tion s committee was called, when a council of war was held; .«hichresulted in Q.N.B.'s manager going ia for stunning the strong- hold with "a petition to "bo"as . forcible as dynamite.- calling apon:,.t{ie..AIiiiister for Works not only- to stick to his decision rc the Cairnsroùte,*"bnt to put on top lawyers ho, surveyors-'-at both ends of the line. Of course everybody' was of the saine opinion. The pelitjon; I. believe, is being thickly signe<4, and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

junaría! Colwja«. rras QUEENSLARP STEAM SHTP JL ' " IKG CO., Lntrr«D. :t! MABJi^qX't m'ém-TfhDAT, Stn inst., frnrn^Bonth', ánéVwiU'meet with. iinmedir atc despatch fof Po^pbuglas, and Cooktown. £ Wijubi^n Co., Agents. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIF --INO CO.rLrnriTM). -- " MARANOA " wiU sail for SYDNEY, vin Queensland Potts, SATDBDAT, the 10th inst .-,--.-~WAL£H ANI*-CO., Agenta,* THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIPPING ' "ÖO'.^'XltlflTED. REDUCTION "IN FAKES. "?71ARE8 to Ports between Cooktown and tl* - Sydney are REDUCED TWENTY FIVE PER. CENT. i ." ' ' WALSH and CO., Agenta. «Caima^Aprü30rÍ8S4.->-- . AUßTKALASIAHASTEAM' MAVIGATION í,.t..a ', COMPASY. , .' " ~ ' -,. - ^EP^CTXÔX "IN FARES, ', CQM Ig£ May proximo. Saloon and ' Usicexago l£ury» 1'TAT111,3 ¿COIMJWM^-I» ly Mail Steamers, beTween* Brisbane, I Rockhampton, ^Mackay; 'SBowen, Towins I ville, Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone River, ! Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY PER CENT. > " ' BURNS, ÇHILP and CO., j ' ? :...

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

-. : -.. . . I Oar Europeau Lettei*. (FB091 OüB'OWtf COHÜKai-OÜDEST.) Ox thc morning of Tuesday, February 2ü, *t IH a.m., "a tremendous explosion, occurred in the cloak room of "Victoria station. Westminster,, the west end j terminus of . the Loudon, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, .which totally destroyed that room, the lugpge that it, contained, the waiting-room, and booking"- o IE ce, " besides" doing''great "ttamage to the windows "of " houscs'ln the f neighbourhood.. Happening, at that hour, thc station being' closed for the night, no damage to life or. protons took place, which, hadit been earlier in the evening,- must have been most serious.' The fire brigade was soon OB the spot, and quickly extinguished the' fires that, burst out in one br two places; and then all was left until au inspection twas .made.by.:the Govern- ment officials, as it was supposed that the cause- was the : same' as the explo- sion' that took place on the underground railway,' and pf'which you have'...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

THURSDAY, MAY 8, 18S4. monea lately »Bert-ro^pin» «'-mua tion im to be regarded with satisfaction by all desirous of'seeing an active and energetic policy pursued in pushing ^forward Ä^toj^tojjttlpositioii which its resources and opportunities entitfe ft fd; ' T^è''goci& .wort wTjich. it carried to »~ successful issue, last year, justifies a confidence in its future action, so that its re-entry into active operation must be ? viewed ; with, gratification as an pat nest that thc interests and welfare of the community will be carefully watched, over and advanced. Amoiig the suggestions put forward at the time the Association had the extension:of members of the Divisional Board under discussion^ waa* ?»ne advocating the for- mation ol: .the toirn portion;; of the dis- trict into à municipality. ¿ijae'suggea tion did not, however, meet with public "approval, ^frbeing thought that euch] a step was premature, and that th,c town wasf not ripe for mo great a change, and the addition...

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Our Sydney Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

Our Sydney Letter. (FROII OUB OWN CORRÍSFOXDENT.) i TIIE day after I penned my last Sydney was. visited by two strangers, viz., a tremendous downpour of rain and Ur. Barry, the "new Evangelical Bishop ; both were very , heartily welcomed ; the former especially. Touching this down- pour, it was one .of the heaviest that lias becu experienced in Sydney, for yean.'l&ijd .'its force may be .imagined when I tell you that a man found swim- ming, in his' .back . yard. .iii- about 5ft of water was one- of the- incidents apper- taining thereto. However, this rain seems only to have "showered its bless "ings aloug théj coast, "for from the far interior still comes the. parchedicry : " give us rain." " ' ; **" l'hç.freubens. ai», jubilant over the? huminatfoii-'of * Mr/'Griffiths through' the ions of thí» libel action v. BRISBANE' Cou HI KB. liad the case been in a JS'ew .South Walra.rourt.tbi} ehaucca are the venkici would hare bet*-viry diaTtrwut; you can't beat pur libel law for ke...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

ABRITAIS: " % M*y l.=4£atoomba, 3.a., Capt. AfjaitfOag, from Sydney, "via Brisbane ' arid port«. Pas _aen¡;era^-Measrá. M'Crosr, 'K. J. lewis, and 9 in steerage. «gt.' v'\ ' jv?. May 1.-Archer, s.s., Capt Lowrie, fjrom Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. May a.-Katoomba, s.s.,: Capt. Armstrong, from " Cooktown. Passengera^-SCcsars. Col «_JPEÏL-Eeôves». iÇ60^». ÏJ^Oarthy, and 6 in steerage. - * " * May a^Archer, s.s.. Capt. Lowrie, from Cooktown, "i t > May 7. ¿r' Corea, a*, £ar£ Jf/ßinjtfc, from Sydney.'via Uriabano'and porta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

MUNYII -STMEET, CANINS. MICHAEL TPIMAMIL&AJ* Hm tte fm»- to ???ngami that ta* aft*** Hotel to BOW open with orery comfort ud Koa* kat the batt artiekw win wa wai ia Aua, Wisim, »od SPIBITS, «ad e»ery wfciwwa UM»*» te »W wi lw»twti«t>B«»e toYwitow. ' " rîiri 11- '?TT-J'-HI --^- r~**^~~~~ ALVATI 6M múL -. The «if ny'» «ti -i»i leave thia port every Thanda* for Starthern Ports, and | «Taff Saturday evening for 8oathera Porta. For fiuea and rates of freight apply at the Company's own oCce at wharf. PTX1KN3. PHILP and CO., Limited. Agento. fflHK &S. " ZEC8,"-Captain Innes. JL Leaves the wharf every Thursday ?toning to meet the incoming, aad every Saturday evening to meet oot(ro»»£ Hail Steamers; aad leaves every Wednesday and Saturday morning* for Swallow'* aad Stew art's landings. Opea for charter and excursions. BüKVa. PHILP aad CO. Agenta. TUt. DflWTwlüwit ïaikal Buk. .j a^a^anananajanj pJVV^SVvWHVV HFVHPJBJBM LlMITÏO. 1NCOBPOBATED UM DEB "THE COM- PAÑIAS ACT," i.s«...

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IMPORTS. EX VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

ExVlCTORIjl. j í "'i T,!?<TP?eW^ to.X. Sçvcrin.-5rl7 pfeccs hard- wire. ''*' ".* .» . « .-. * --?'. . .'. ' - Consigned tq Burns, Philp ni*d Co.-15 cases j.imSj 20 <Jo ¡ile, 63* bags flour, 60 half *' po,"' 50 cases' brandy, Í tank biscuits, 1 chaff cutter,-Tease chairs, 8U jueces c board,'31 do, 75 do, 1 canvas package. From Sydney : 3 casca machinery, 1 keg vinegar,* 6 h'bda- Sour, 10 caW, sundries,.! case bench. 1 do hardware, 1 do saw, 1 forest ?'' dejijlin 3 pncknge«, -3 cases lathed 1 bed do; 4. Gin c. j. bends, 380 Gin pipes," 87 "cases of ruq;, 12 bags 'potatoes, 4 cases paint, 4 do cakoe, ti dq "cheeta," 1" keg.butter, 24 pieces bible." : FromBrisbane : 1< cane sundries, 1 do oysters','i do'salmon, 1 do tnatches, 4 boxes candles, 1 bag oats, 10 bags goatees, % pack- ages "Visors,1! do aos^enl IO* caaës"brandy,'I ¡juarter cash: whisky,- $ casj^'genevay "6 do whisky! 1 quarti cant ruin, 1 'do sherry, 1 db wine, 13cag«s old'tom', 12 do brandy, ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

May 1.-Katatara**, s.a.,'Capt'. Arftstrasje*; for Cooktown".* "Pag^ngow^Me^Srt. C.trToU, Keely, Hotje, Keogfy' Watson,-De. Laney, Dunlop," Dulon, Breçile/ Majjnisli, ..Redden, Liddle,* Milford, McCarthy/ find G uí steer >«*¿ji-jrñ7n- ¿cann> May 1.-Archer, s.g., Capt. gowrie, for Cooktown. Pa3s^ngêl^"l in.sfe^rager^l ~| *-? May 1.-Victoria, s.s.. Capt Beef, ïor Port """^'pougijB.- Passcngera-;-^ "Mr.- sad-' -Mrs. Xscher.,,4S»,., '".".,,.'"' «. May 3.-Katoonibri, aa., CnptJArnartrorig, 9jf."fcr ? Syibiejv' via -Brisbane and 'ports.- Pas- sengers-Messrs. Macnamara, Bell, 'and 7 in steerage. . . - ï> t - £ « ' r ; " ! = May 4.-Archer, B.s.y'Copt.v*I««w*io, :for fSyilney. via. Dcîabiuiu B»<\ port«. PnaHcnRers -Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson, Mr.:.»hu juonds, and 2 in steerage. ' *' '"- . _J

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

/ Our Brisbane Letter. ((FROM OUB OW>- .COEEESPONDEMT,J TFBOÎT íhe numbe* of letters appealing jn the daily papers here on the subject iof the " Herberton railway one would ' bo lcd to .believe thai Brisbane had a fery great interest in the future ter- minus of thc line, an interest greater ¡than any of the three rival poris. The l'ort Douglas and Mourilyan. Harbour . people do not b.e.licj;e ¡¡if. gjrjng, jil : - ^uid abandoning. ¿uej? hone« without a .struggle. Af$er ajl it is bot natural . ; .that they should do ¿he best .they .can ' ' for themselv.es, a.eeing .that they are . '. .only inclined ¡to jyoirk on selfish grounds . >nd care no.t for .thp well-being, of the /nany and the generar advantage sp ; :' ¿bat they may reap a personal ad- vantage. ' However, the result-of the . Reputation of Mourilyan Harbour jad . locates who waited on the Minister for Warks a; few day« ago has put a kind fit "clincher-" on ¿he matter, Mr. . ,j. .Miles plainly, .telling- .those, gentlemen...

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Cairns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

Cairns Progress Association- ''? lAssocMtioa ' wa» 'kelti on- Tuesday la»*,J at Now TattersalTs Hotel."..Present :-Messrs". W. C. Smith (in the ¿hair), P. T. 'vyiinb'Ic, S. Cochrane. A: A, Wall, and T. Allan. The minnies of "the previous meeting; were read and wafirmed..' . ? . The inward, correspondence, consisting of the following le' ter, enclosing petition (which is pnblUhed |n another, ^hunn)," was read andreceived:- .' . " B>¿berton. May 2,1S84. " The. Secretary Cairns. Progress Associa- tion, " Sir,-?-Your letter of. 30th ult. to btan<|. On behalf of thc Tinaroo progress 'Associa- tion. I have to thank yoiir^Asewiaiioii for its consideration'^ * Tío suggestion and action in reference to first section of the railway shall bc duly placed before th¡; members of the Association herc» Enoloseu is a copy of a petition njow being signed hire, yfhich will be forwarded to the Minister (tor Works npipt miiil.-Verv trnlv vours. . : : ! .' W, C. BOWKSTT, I" I Chairman Progr...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 May 1884

. Local Items.: Mr. E. Deighton, Under-secretary for Works, arrived last night'rby tike Maranoa nt mitt for Herberton:" " ^ A"* J Tte monster fish lecentrj'saptnred ia the bay and noticed in our list issue, was erroneously described as a swovdfish instead of a sawfish (Pristis) .to which family it correctlybelongs. L r1 iin_. Captain Armstrong reports t-rleft Brís- cate April 26th, called at Keppel Bay, Plat Top, Bowen.'and Townsville, and arrived at Cairns on the 1st May, at 6.20 a.ui. Ei .peñeneed toe wtmther throughout passage.--" ; Ï The attention of the members of the Pro- gress Association is caliea1 to advertis<mients in : another column convening a general meeting fqr Tuesday nest, and, drawing "attention'to numerous subscriptions being long overdue. * Mr,'C. "W. Bell, who fer sometime past has been manager of thc Bani; pf Australasia in this town, left for the Sjonth on Saturday last, being relieved temporarily ;by Mr. M'Crory," who will, on Mr. ' Beli's return t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

"~~ ' ? gp»«i»i coi-««. riTHE QUEENSLAND STEAM 8HIP A . ; . INO. CO.; Lixma " WAK BK GO "ia doe TcrBAT, 15th ¡nat. from South,' and will meet with immedi- ate despatch for Port Douglas,' and Cooktown. WALSH ABD; CO., Agents. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP - .ING CO., LUHTBD. -- "WARREGO" will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATUBDAT, the 17th inst. _ _._WALSH AND ..CO., Agents, ' - . 'REDUCTION IN FARES. T7TABES to Ports between Cooktown and -B-" Sydney are REDUCED TWENTY FIVE PER CENT. ; ; ? - ? WALSH and CO., Agents. . Cairns, .April 30,.IS8i_,_. ._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. . . ., . ; REDUCTION. IN FARES. a^lRQM 1st 3fa.y ^ proximo. Saloon and ? Weelt^Man Steîme'rs? rUtir^nBrwbane, Rockhampton, Mackay,-' ¡Bowen,/Towns- ville, Dungeness, Cardwell, JoTinstoue River, Cairns, Port Douglas, arid Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY PER CENT. BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. April 26, 1SP4. \ ., ' . THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIPPING 'Ci- '" "I-. CO., Liaría», AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

3í»tí>iéti^ loisir'. THTJBSDÁY, MAT 15, Ï8Si. THE welcome;-;iutellrgeiiçe( from the Mulgrave * goldfield "of the splendid yield from the Chance claim adda another proof,-were proof wanting, of the'grand resources "of this district. In the development of the more promi- nent and lesa speculative .industries of sugar- and timber and commercial enterprise with the Timaroo mineral fields , this source of wealth has been overlooked, and whilst large sums of money have been devoted to the pro- motion of those industries scarcely any has found its way'to the goldfield! to test ito richness or properly work the' reefs-known there to exist. In drawing public attention to a goldfield much discrimination has to be exercised, so as not to over-estimate the probable wealth it containa, and create a rush and anticipation bf prosperity which might end ia disappointment. This we have-always kept carefully in-view, and although upon every available ocea sion we have expressed a most sanguine beli...

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Local items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Local item*. ; The application to Government for a loan of JË100O, for the purpose of erecting a Town Hall, has been granted, and the money is now in the hands of the Divisional Board. I At the Land Conrt yesterday, all applica- tions for selection were rejected, the Govern- ment having withdrawn from selection all land throughout the colony. The leading article in the WILE RIVZK TIMES, of the 10th instant, is well worthy of perusal by all who take an interest in the de- cision of the railway question. - It is most moderate and unbiassed in tone, and fairly reviews, whilst at the same time pertinently remarking upon, the situation. A company under the title of the Quarti Crushing' Cbmpany.J. united, has been floated | with the object of erecting a waterwheel on the Mulgrave goldfield, and sb providing cheap power for crushing purposes. Appli- cation for shares, 10s eaah, should be made to Hr. Hook, pro. secretary. In our advertisement columns it- will be seen that tenders are called...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Cable Messages. . (FROM ors OVrs COKRl«l'0>DK>"TS.); European News. IiONDOX, :>IAT 13. . Sir Michael Hicks Beach proposed a vote of censure on the Government for j delaying to relieve General Gordon and the garrison ut Khartoum.! The motion was lost on division. The TIMES cri- ticising Mr. Gladstone's reply char- acterises it as empty and irrelevant. The Mahdi has directed his lieu- tenant to capture Dongala, and then march on to Cairo. General Gordon made an attempt to escape from Khartoum, but was com- pelled to return, owing to the close in- vestment by the Arab». Stephens, - a; Fenian .'- head-centre, «tutes that à new organization has been formed with the object of embarrassing England through the colonies. Earl l)erby has written to the Gov- ernments of the varions Australian colonies stating that if they will agree" to vote a certain sum towards the ex- pense, the English'Government will as- sume authority over the coast of Xew. Guinea. . v. . The new Queensland loan...

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Mulgrave Goldfield. SUCCESSFUL CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Mulgrave Goldfield. SUCCESSFUL CRUSHING. Some excitement was caused last Friday by the arrival in town of Messrs. Grant and Gebbie with an ingot of gold weighing 2U0oz lodwt, obtained from a crushing of 29 tons of quartz taken from the " Chance" claim, on the Mulgrave goldfield. At the last crushing from this miue, trbert 66 tons ci stone was put thv ugh the machine, the yield was over 3oz to the ton, and an equally good return from the present crushing was fully anticipated ; but such a splendid re- sult as Hoz t»>the ton V«as quite unexpected, and took every one by surprise. The imme- diate consequence of this proof of the rich- ness of the field is manifested in the sne séssful floating of the Quartz Crushing Com Xjuny, and the taking np of abandoned claims fur resworking. The "-gold was sent South by the Queensland /National Bank on the Wentworth, .totfel-.afV^witlx .'anotUor small

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

: -ito,. South : Wales. ~ - . Mr. Ogilvie has, , been, appointed I manager of the Commercial. Blink." ¿ I Mr. Gibbin, manager of the Joint Stock Bank, is in a critical condition, suffering from apoplexy. Two thousand unemployed workmen held a meeting m Hyde Park, in which they determined to refuse to accept work at Gs a day. Some Italians en- gaged on sewerage works at Bondi have struck for 8s a day. They had been receiving 6s 6d. Much distress ¡ prevails,..and.. the_Government -are . establishing relief works, i Laycock will row .Hanlan. on the I Nepean River on thc 22rid inst. * -

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [?]. BRISBANE, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [raoM oe« owíí coHjtmro.viisNT.j' BKLSBJ.NE, MAT 14. A proclamation has 'been issued, ?withdrawing all lands" throughout the colony from «election. ' ~ . * ' l Three larrikins attempted to commit à'èrîmîriàl á'sTault " upon * S* woíúán lîëa'f the Government Printing-U(fice last ni.iínt. " ' .". ,." 7 :, _ . . . In the Supreme Court, this morning, Jae» "Tates, an insolvent, was re fused his certificate because-he had paid some of his creditors in full and neglected .to pay others. ' The' Chief Justice re- marked that he had been guilty of inadvertent fraud. . . - 1 . i In a full Court, ' yesterday,' tue consideration of Mr. Swanwick's re- admission as a barrister was postponed until to-morrow, when it is expected i he will be refused.-- , " ^ The Chamber of Commerce to-day decided to wait : upon the Colonial Treasurer and ask him for a remission of the duty on colonial wine. Hanlan will row here in July next.

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