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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland papers to the 30th nit The Xae ZtalatuUr of the iitix says— al- luding to the natives of Kaipara : — We have to announce, with regret, diat a long-standing fend between the native tribes in the North has burst into actual hostilities. A fight took place in die neigh bourhood of die Wairoa river last week, be tween the riartv of Tirarnu and diat of Mstiu, in which -five of die latter were killud, and several wounded, the former having four wounded only. Within tho last ! fix years, we believe, the Government have endeavored unceasingly to bring about an adjustment of die land question in dispute between die contending parties, but witli ont success. Not long since, wo learn. Matin expressed his determination to come down In force and survey his land ; Tirarau thereupon marked a boundary and declared diat he would shoot die other if diat line were crossed, and dins the fight was directly brought about. Happily, amongst die killed, there is no man of impor...

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MONDAY, JUNE 16TH. Before G. Faircloth Esq. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

SfoxDAV. JrsE lfini. Before -i. F.iireloth. Esq. James Stanley cu-»rgcd Trith having »? horse illetrslly in his posse.ssi-in. \v»s n mundeilon hisoun roco^uiz:'n -cs until ten oVloek ni Thursday imimin!;. the .lof^noaiit iindortalcing to report himself to the Chief Countable at te.n .iVJ.-ii-U iu the innraius anil fonr o'clock in die afre.rno--n of cacli d.iy.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. It is said that the Government purpose re newing the experiment of issuing 2J deben tures, on the plan adopted by Sir Stuart Donaldson while in office. The project, it is thought, -will induce a spirit of saving aud economy amongst the humbler classes. The debentures will bear interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum, and will be convertible at any moment, in the same way that stock of larger amount is. Thev are redeemable in die year 1S92. The experiment decreed by the Parlia ment hist sesston of **-»Mi'g for tenders for all supplies required by die Government, Itas been acted upon in respect to tho Department of Public Works. It has, how ever, proved a failure, for according to a statement recently made, the prices tendered are in every instance considerably in excess of those at present paid for similar articles and services. The annual meeting in connection with die Sussex-street Bagged and Industrial Schools was held on Friday evening, the 30th ultimo, ...

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ISPWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 14TH INSTANT. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

IPSHTCUIML.1UJ-: COUBT. SATi-nnAV, 14m isstavt. BEPOnr tbe Police Ma«ristraM. John T-nwwy was bmiisiit tip on warrant for having refnsed to obey Hie order «f the heni+, by wot delivmn.™ nn tn John Mars taell'-ramarebi'lon-^ine t» him. John MnrstaelW havins identified the man' which was in p-wsessiun «f tin'. p-dic«!, die defendant was onlcn-1 topnv t'in c«rts amonntins- to £2 IS*. 10,1. w ithin eiirht dnvfi. a dis'r^ss warrant to issue, anil in def-.nit'of siffi»ient ilUt-t'ss. ilrfviidant to b? imprisoned for «n.- in..ntli in IJrisVjne (ijml. j John Murnhy v. Ilk-barn Toll. A ens. under thn Master's *nd Servant's Act r? I manilnd from tti« l:lth instant, -lismisseil from the noa anprarnnce of either party.

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"A STRANGE STORY" IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

« A STRANGE STORY' IN AUS TRALIA. The following, from one of the conclud ing chapters of Sir E. B. Lytton's ' Strange Story,' may be read with some interest by those who like to con trast poetic fancy with Australian reality : — The storm, whose forcwarnings I had neglected to heed, burst forth with all the suddenness peculiar to the Austra lian climes. The rains descended like the rushing of floods. In the beds of water-courses, which, at noon, seemed dried up and exhausted, the torrents began to swell and to rave ; the grey crags around them were animated into living waterfalls. I looked round, and the landscape was as changed as a scene that replaces scene on the player's stage. I wasaware that I had wandered far from my home, and I knew not what direc tion I should take to regain it. Close at hand, and raised above the torrents that now rushed in many a gully and tributary creek, around and before me the mouth of a deep cave, overgrown with bushes and creeping flowers tossed wil...

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A BETTER SUPPLY OF WATER FOR DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

A BETTER SUPPLY OF WATER FOR DRAYTON. A 1-obi.ic mooting was held at the concln Mon of the electoral meeting, in order to ' Devise means for obtaining a larger and more permanent supply of water than is now to be had in Drayton.' Dr. Armstrong occupied tho chair, and rcaul tho advertisement from die Darling Dotcnt Gavttt calling tlie meeting. He thought we could not progress very last uniititE wo cot a Rood supply of water. Mr. Barry thought it should stand over till they obtained tiieir Municipality. Mr. Hanocock thought there was no scarcity of water at present. Mr. Allen : Without diere was a scarcity we should let the matter.- stand over for a while. He would, however, propose ' That a memorial from die inhabitants of Drayton lie forwarded to our member, J. Watts, Esq. ronucsting that a sum of money be placed on the supplementary estimates not exceed ing £JUO for die better supply of water to Drayton.' Mr. MPherson seconded die resolution, which was pnt aud carried. Dr. Armstron...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

IMPOUXDIKGS. At Ipswich, from Bundambah. Driving and trespass 2s. tid. per head: — Bed and white steer, split off ear, C off rump; straw berrv steer, brands off rump and ribs not legible, like W off shoulder, 7 off cheek, split off ear and two notches; poley straw berry steer, piece off off car. BW off rump, 5 off ribs, A over A off shoulder. A off ribs; roan heifer, split off car, V over 66 off rump ; yellow and white cow, piece ont off ear, notch near ear, W off shoulder,--^ over WJC off rump and ribs, TA over - near ribs ; yellow cow, top off both cars. W over VT off rump, W off shoulder. TA over -? off rite; -ro!Wo9-r»,off«ar split. STW off loin. GWoffaboaaer; spotted cow, HF over STPO off ribs, AB off tbigb: hrindlc heifer, ML near ribs, near ear split. From Bosewood. Driving and trespass, £1 : — Grey mare and foaL like L near shoulder, J near thigh. If not released on or before 7th Jnlv. 1862, will be sold. A. Hasenkamt, Pounokeeper. Drayton, on 39tii May, 18G2, by order of J....

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THE CAMBAIGN IN TENNESSEE—GREAT BATTLE AT CORINTH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

THE CASEBAICX IN TEX XESSEE^q HEAT BATTUE AT COUIKT11. Mfe announced ia our last the couiiacnce-j ?Sp^Hora'ln^nPessco, of wfatch die result was die occupation of Nashville, die Capital of that State, by a Northern army, and the retreat of the Confederates in lutrt to the Southern limits of the State, aud in part to an island in tho Blissi^siimL knnu-n ar Island Ku. 10. It will be readily UDdetstond that the object of die Federals in opening this campaign in die West was to clear the valley of die Mississippi and ultimately to obtain possession of Xctv Orleans, at its inouth, and Mobile. For this purpose they had orgauisedji flotilla of gunboats, under Commodore Footc, and a considerable array under General Grant. The progress «f the flotilla was checked for a considerable time by Island No, 10, where the Confederates made a determined stand. It was not till the 7di of April that the island surrendered to die superior force brought against it. The Federals are said to have taken by t...

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AMERICA. THE APPROACHING CONFLICT IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

AMERICA. (From the Home Actcj.) T1IE APPBOACHISO CONDUCT Df VIRGINIA. We have in & previous portion of our columns given a detailed, though brief, description of die Federal and Confederate armies in Virginia. Telegraphic rumours brought by the last mail arc of little posi tive value. One says tliat 'General ITClellan lias been stopped before die Con federate lines at Yorktonn ;' ?' These two statements,' says die Globe, 'probably mean the same tiling— die first being die Northern, die second die Southern phrase ology describing the same event. The fact appears to be that die Confederates hold a very strong and strongly entrenched posi tion, stretching qnite across die peninsula between die York and James Uivers, and tint the Federals only found out its formid able character when they came fairly within sight of it. The naninsular is a tongue of I land having many cliaractistics very favour | Able to die defenders. It is not only narrow, but die space available for the movem...

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL REPORT.—APRIL 22, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

-Tr--T\jTTuTT7-j=?«-;T- A T'. LOXDOS WOOL. ItEPOItT.— Apeil 22, Ii«2. Since the last report imjmrics in our market hav» bacn on a very limited scale. Ihose win lining a (JiiEoijJtj^ in stipplvinj tUttir immadiato rccjuirtawnts fn-ni * t*ic st.:ck of Tart .Phillip submiftrd ia Maidi sates luive risari\- Ann.: «, l,v private con tract fnjm recent arrivals. Tnc-=c pnrrUases Iwve been very limitod and cJiicfly of fulj Kxii.:J wikils ran^nfrlro i» 2s. to2«1 2i; tiia tut.il operatioos in ti;s.-so cvcaptional pr.r cli.tses may amwint tn abi;it 3O.) bales, and this to oblige the bn««_-rs, for as a general f* it is f-mni ohjeetianzHe to sail wooj The sileshxvs been Cxad to commence on F.-iiiy, Mn v 2, a dnpartnre from the usual custom of fiiia^ Tiinrsaay, in conseqneae^ t-f the ;wieral wish cxprossecl that t}i-s first day's saju sKoitid n.»t l-e on tlm aiine dav a-: the openia^ of th£ Great Exhibition, fixed fur Tliorsdiy. May 1. TUe arrivals to date are vcrr large — viz. : Aiistralian. l^JS...

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EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

JJUItOPEAN. Thk Pope hns addressed an encyclical letter to the bishops in die East, expressing his wish that they should come to Borne an the occasion of the canonization of die Japanese martyrs. The Sorthem Post of St. Pctersbnrj: says: — 'The emperor 1ms authorised Bishop Jatomir and two other prelates to proceed at the public eiqiense to Borne, to be present at die canonisation of tuo Japanese HinTtvrs.' The statement that General Goyon was to meet and greet die King of Italy at Naples lias been contradicted by a Freucu journal, which professes to be well informed tiu die point. General Garibaldi has renounoed his in tention of proceeding to die south of Italy. 'As Ions as Victoi Emmanuel is at Xaples,' said he lately to one of his friends at Brescia, - it is better that I remain ou the banks of the Miucin.' Xri]-les is preparing a magnificent recep tion ft-r Victor Emmanuel. A despatch from Toulon announces tliat the departure of the Trench fleet for ^apjes will take place to -d...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

jiau. AKitWiJ !::=!:?: -.'rs at rus. ? „,.,-..,..,. I. , Hilly. soad« Ci- ,l-aily. .Sun.l»y -:-- Tou-vwui i;Tii.flU%.ll..v - ui T :m^l:.y--rl ^an i iTiv-'d-yV1' i'- ».in.'i1ionj»s'!i!ij Fin- i „-..„, I !5tmi.I,r. Ti:a. p.m.-rhiw*l-.y w-d ft.n- j '''fin' forci.iiiijr Jl.-iiis aniv.i at i!u-ir desti T:.lti..|! :is f.»llo«.-:— IJiSsaiSE .. D.iily. Sunday oxc^ptotl. lo To:;uroavR\ ?VWlnfj lav, 11 a.m.; S^tur- ! rlsv.Sp...i. j Ilr.AVT.iS ? Wednesday, nojn; SaturiUy, j C p.m. WAnsrtCK .. Tites.lav. 4 p.m.; Saturday. Naxakco . . Friday, noon. THe following Miils nr«-. con*;iTT.-:i* f..r time oa ills arrirsl* «f t'i-- stcsuunrs : n:i:l for isivv sm-'i arra!i!rr::ients arn lr.-nlc as an nu'St liltrlv- t'i ?ni-AtinWaM-.mvi ??'! ??«cc,vt7..t 5lKrv:«i.-.»!~li, «;!.Ti^t«ti!». ami lf---*l-.tfip- tun. ovt-rr jilt-'^iito Sinii'-ny or M-»n- n.-.v. r,^ uotini-1 i:i tin- lo.Ml pfttv-rs ..f i th'- pr..v;,.-:- ftimi- asil Sntuniay. j Xew ^ «:-:h \V.il.-.-- an:! ih ? «rtn-r An-tfra- j ns-ially twiasTOi. ...

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THE NEW ARMSTRONG GUN. IMPORTANT EXPERIMENTS AT SHOEBURYNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

THE SEW AllMSTttOXG GUX. IMFOETAXT KXTKRIMEXTS AT [The uuir gun tried 0:1 Tuesday at Shou 'buryacss will peuatrate iron sV:j» ;iliuost us casiiv as timber uues. Tiu n-speolivo velo cities of u-iaJ aad oiriicil sbot. The ex- ? pyrim.-:iti described. It is im;-:)-^iule now t- IiullJa:i euvnla^r.tlilc -!iil«.]— /7mm. j Wn'U,E all Europe is just now ringing with surmise and aluust cjnstcrujtiuu ut the practical results of the grt&t naval duel between ti»c Merriinuc and | the Monitor, we have to-day ta record j etill more important exjwrieneos, which ? grc tlic very opposite t.- those elicited j by the cjats£t iu llam;-tou Jtoads. In ; forief, souia esjicriunsnts were tried at | SShiwburyuc&i, ou Tuesday aftarmwn, : tyith a new sruUj of large size and great j cdibre, which shewed at every Jis- ; charge that our best and hitherto cju- j tillered iuvuluarablc forajj of irou^ides ! wore, so to speak:, aliuikst as 'easily pene trated by its shot as if the targets had ! been o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

WBfiSLV CALENniAR. 3f*r, S62. ,.I3EF j^,^ , AlJt ox TIir BJJt Tr.iin=.isyi' ,-,'« i s' s i ai i i in : a is Thors-lav II' f- 51 I 5 S f 21 5 ! i' 4J ; J )? Mlunlar «! 6 *! J S S : a * i ?'?*#' TIC sondav'-^:; r. ^; ; 5 U ' 4 S 7 45, S 10 AiuuJjiv.-.S»i »; .'-^ 5 9 ' 25 5 *i -*s 7 in Tn».by_:i: 6*1 - J 10 ? 26 5 : ' «5 : S ID Tie f an'F rirfn^ and f?:t:ne is ralcolat«t ti- rnssn time, llieli nlrr at Ip-c- A four hours alia-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

WAXTEI- hy a rcFrrrUM.- v.mng man itOAIID a»d Klis-rOEXCE in a private family. Address, .stati.ig; terms. t« X.IV C, ofhee of tj:i.-i pip^r 10 BUrcSEEJ! IT1WELVE ill7.\»lli:i- i.ri:nc fat \1T Y U « ~S~A L E . — HS2 IVeacors H4J Wct!:r« lol Earns. Ajiplv t.i GEOltUE BAFF Jt CO., ? ltriiiliauc. For Private Sajs, A «?\*M' 'EMU 'f CATTLE, alwut J\. _ eight huiidivo (swj, ltOK running on the Logan Itiver. b Tlicse cattle are in first-rate condition, with a z,ma avera?;.! ,,r ! J.iIlmJis ; an,l ,m. them will be foun-1 a s;»l,-i,did lot -.f c«ws «.d Ucifcrs-of the f,.:wr about eirfitv iii vv1-:rcrSJV!k';!° li'it vtnr- Tliei-eis a Paddock or aliout :iM mtl-s v.-jth a nevcr failiug s-.ipj.ly of «at.r: besid.-s calves' laddusk, stackyard, milki!ls bails, cjves' ?en pigsties, &c. making it alt..Setlicr a nrst-rat«; opLniiiS f,,r a ,53Jlv. Kor further particidara. appiv bv letter or otherwise, to ' * JOS. I-AK»AGH ^Mayl.lS«. K«S«^lV!«t 0Wrtor'smnTi?v'if liVAKVASinoi'lL To' TATOES. Also....

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The North Australian. ISPWICH, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1862. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

rrsmcn. Thursday, juke ix isci lATSST IlNTrSLIjICSErJOE (Fj-om 4A« UrisUne and St/Jniy p npcrt.) SVUXEY. SToadnv, G p.m. ir.M.?. Sliranita. l.as siiled with the Coni a-.insiitnorK f.jr thv Fiji Islands, to onqDirc iiitu t\v. c-i.ir-^i-s m.-uli; against the Brilisli C«ussii. 3Ir. P.-ht-hanl. The Cnmmisioucrs | jre : — C-iilonel Kempt, Mr. Isaacs, the bar ri«tiT, :uiJ Sir. l^iilestou, tha l{.:gistrar TncsOay. C p.ni. 'f iic fiachian escort was ' stiick-ap' «.n S:iii-.1ay ni™ht Ia-t. vlicn about fcirtv-fivc iiiilus frftm Orange, by the notorious Uardi ncr and bis ^in^, who hjtd idaced net less tlian eleven drays acmss tlia road and thus funniul £n\ effectual baiTicade. Witn tin; escort reached this barricade, the ui-jUwaynien fired, ami frightened the lionvsT *r!)ich bojted, and tlio coach was spttedily capsized. Ilie sorgcant in i;har:»e n-ciived two siiot*. and the driver and oue of the g-.ianis wore aln- ivonndud. 1'iu; gaTi^of tlvsp:n-lo^s took possession of tie goW, JUa»ant3njr to...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

eUEENSJ,aHD PAEUfi3ffENT. (From the Courier and Guardian.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tcesday. Ji»:~ 17. Tire SPEAKKR took the chair at 25 minutes past three. KISTlTBXft. The MISISTEII for 1.AKOS laid upon the table of the House t.rtain rctums. moved for hy Mr. Motfatt some time since, having reference t-- the number of runs ten dered for, and forfeited under tue provisions of the Tenders ltc£ulnti«u Act. The COI.OXIAL SECRETAEY laid Upon the table returns of tlie expenditure npon die Volunteer force at Brisbane and Ipswich ; and on the tnotiun of Mr. O'SOU.iVAX, these returns were ordered to be printed. BLKOTOBAt, ACT. Mr. WATTS presented a petition from cr.rtain electors at Toowoomba against the Electoral llili. He stated that the petition had been forwarded to him for presenta tion. The SPEAKER said that the petition was contrary to the St-anflinp Orders, mid could not tie received, as » document was attached to it which should hav-s been in corporated with tlie body «f the petition. H...

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SINGLETON. Wednesday, June 11, 9 p.m. SINGLETON BACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

srSGLETON. ?Wednesday, June 11, 9 p-in^ SDfGLKTOS BACKS. Fiikt Day. Maiden Plate. — Spartan L, Volunteer 2. Hunter liiver Handicap. — Ben Bolt 1, Wild Gazelle 2. Prince of Wales Stakes resulted in ndend heat between Oiiarlc}- and Dora. The stakes vrorc divided. Welter States.— Scamp X, Widow Bar. uahyi. Thursday. June 12, 5 ri.m. Secoso Dav. teitor Stakes — Trarellerl. Spartan 2. Tno-years^iids — Unknown 1, Queen of Hearts 2. . District Pnrse — Won by Volunteer. Hack EiCtr— Wondercr I, Moss Uosc 2. TRian Day. A match betxeun Mr. B. Diacs* Eva, and Mr. tingle's Ben liilt, for £50 a side, was won by Eva. , Towsr 1'tATE.— rifo acceptances. IAi5rW Pccsk. — Volunteer V, Scamp 3. Poblicasb' Pob.se. — Engenie 1, Traveller 'OossotiTioS Stakes.— Wad Dayrell 1, Lan^ea S.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

BSlISBj^jsrE. [rEO.V OCR O1W COBDEiirOKPEliT 1 The groat event of the week has been of emirse the Goreranr's bal!, held on Monday last at the Government House. The eveniiiff was a most unfavourable ons, as it rained ' Ciits and dojrs and butchurhovs,'* as tlie ancient metaphor says, although' for an ex Ii.auition or the congruity of Sie said nieta plior f must refer you to the editor of 'Xotesand Queries,' or sonic eqnalivar ticiii, owiieni 01 austnisc Jltoraturc. Faacv white satin slippers or patent leather pump's after & promenade through Frogs' HoUoiv at time or four o'clock of a wet dark morn ing! However such is life, that nearly crcrv small pleasure entails ttie subseqnent endurance of a proportionate amount of small pauiL Even in the rirtaoos brandy cap lurks the insidious elements of matutinal lieaiUche. But the text Is a stale one. and lias been preached np.»n by all philosophers inclined by turns to S'Uity uij cynicism, from^he days of Solomon tlown to those -J Bj-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 June 1862

NOTICE. fJKreMVXS IXDEBTED to the Atrf* i--.-|»^.ii'iiiiv i-i.-|:i.!»tiNi to lu l 1:1.1:11 in Hie s^c::Vm-m i.f dii-ir k-.v.kuiLs. Ajtc.its are :vi-i:rsted to luski: iiiiiin.-tli.-itc rt.-Hiitta-iCv'S auil SMttiaivtits of m.iiieys cul k-ctoil OT! arc-inat t-f Jlns establishment. -Xnrtli Australim' Office, I;n-A-k-lt. 2lsl May. lr!6i

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