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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

POLITIOAL. A hitch has occurred re the proposed coalitibn, as Francis now declines to co operate with Berry. " Nothing will be settled definitely until after the Con servative caueu' to-morrow, but it is possible that the Government may now have a bare majority. All parties, how ever, are thoroughly sick of them. Parliament will meet to-morrow, whenl the debate on Berry's amendment to the address in reply to the Vice-Regal speech mill be resumed by Major Smith.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

ntoticc. E-urniture Warehouse ' and Undertaker. Established 1861. J AIES TAYLOR begs to return thanks to the inhabitants of lairnsdale and surrounding districts for the liberal patron age bestowed on his late father, Robert 'laylor, and begs to informn themo that he will continue the business as Joiner, Cabi. netmaker, Undeotaker, &c. All orders entrusted to him wll receive prompt attention, and prices will be strictly moderato. N.B.--All kinds of Furniture to be had on the time.payment sy-tem. Valuations made of elher House Pro party or Furniture, &c. JAIES TAYLOR. Bairnsdale, 3rd February, 1882. i -W. B~. G-ILE S, (For many years with the !ate Robt. Taylor) Joiner, Cabinetmaker and Undertaker, 54 Main Street, Bairnsdale, Opposite Mr. Grose, saddler, " EGS to inform the inhabitnts of Bairns Sdale and surromnding district that he has commenced as above, and trlsts that by strict attention to busine.s, combined with moderate charges, to merit a share of public patrono...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

MINING NOTES. The sixteenth call in the Normanby Co., Dargo, is advertised. The direc tors have let a portion of the mine to Reynolds and Co. on tribute of 12e per cent., and it will depend, says the ;lfer cury, on how' this call is responded to whether they will continue operations on the remaining portions of the mine or not. Every resident in Walhalla and per. sons interested in mining generally will, says the Chronicle, be glad to learn tlhat the Long Tunnel Extended Co. still continsues to raise good stone, with every prospect of improvement, and are now crushing.l0 hours daily with 20 head of stamps, keepinig the battery at work f,? that time without difficulty. The mnanager of the Bismarck Com pany, Donnelly's Creek, reports for the past fortnight. Since last report a stops has been commenced over drive at bot tom of winze on stone of good quality and averaging 15 inches in thickness. In stopes over level the stone is thin at present, but is of fair quality. Battery commenced...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

GENERAL NEWS. In reference to the terrible boiler explo sion at Tarnagulla last Friday, referred to in our Melbourne telegram in Saturlay's issue, we find from fuller particulars in the metro politan journals that it was the boiler of the nesw flour mill, which was to have been stlated that afternoon, which burst. Tllere were a number of persons in the mill at the time of the exposion, but only five were seriously injuredc-one, a painter named Smith, being killed on the spot, and four others, whose names are Joyce, llargreaves and Bonsfiel, senior and junior, being severely soaldedl llargreave as scalded from the neck along the back to the toes in a frightful manser, and he also received slight wounds in' the temple. lie was im mediately taken to the Dunolly hospital, nid is in a critical state. Joyce is a member of the. Mining Board, and was removed to his residence. The damage done to the mill is estimated £1000. Sir John Robertson took occasion on Fri day, while receiving a deput...

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SUDDEN DEATH AND MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

SUI)"DEN I)r.'ll ANDI MAGIS TER?AI, IN(QUIRY. A sudden death took place in the Imperial Hotel, Bairnsdale, at an carly hour on Satur day morning, the deceased being a moa eamed IRobert MeWilliams, who had gone to the hotel the previous Wednesday night. A nagisterinl inqluiry was held before Mr. It. 0. Staallmai. J.'., when the following evi dence was adduced : 'Alexander Dingwall deposed to being a laborer, awl reshling at the Imperial Hotel. Witness kow the deceased, and alind known him for about two years. On Wednesday evening, the deee?sed arrived at the Imperial Hotel on Iis road to the Gippsland Hospital. He remained at the hotel the following day and Friday. and retired to bed about ten o'clock ont Friday night. Witness slept in the next room to thb deceased, and was awakened about one o cloek in the morning by hearing a noise. Witness went into the room ocupled by deceased,'and tsaw him on his knees on the ground with his held bet to the floor. Witness theri called to John Mc...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

The fifth Intercolonial eight-onred race between Victoria and New South WVales tooklplace on Saturday afternoon over the course on which previous races of a similar nature have been rowed, viz., from Spottislroode Point on the Lower Yarra to a lrint opposite the Melbourne Gasworks, a distance of about four miles. The following is the result: SYDNEY. N. Johnson, (bow) 9st 71b R. Moppett (2), l0st 21b E. P. Simpsor (3), lOst 71b C. A. Bros (4)1 lOst lllb J. A. Brodie (6), Ilist 111b C. V. Gaden (6), 12st R. Bedford (7)' 9st 91b' J. Thompson (stroke), 9st 21b A. Yates (cox.), ast 31b SVCTORioA. W. W. Senior (bow), 10st 71b F. G. Hughes (2), list 81b F. Brown (3), 12st 21b R. Booth (4),.12st Glb F. Anicerson (5), 12st 41b 2 W'. H. Tuckett (6), 12st 81b I D. 31. Benyon (P), 12st 21b G. E. Upward (stroke), 12st lib W. Bray (cox.), st : An excellent start wis'e ected, both crews cntching the water simultnneously. Before. 300, yards hiid been covered tile Sydnioy.men had gained an appreciab...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

. SPORTI'IO MOTrES. (B. AnCHIonE sEB.) The meeting of the committeeo of the Bairnsdale Racinlg Club, called for Sa tnrday afternoon; lapsed. for want of n, quorum being present, and.the.meeting is appointed to ibe hold nexot Saturday afternoon at Duggan's hotel at 8 o'clock. It is desirable that thlie eeting'should be held to receive a stnitement f naccounts and transact other business of import ance. ' .·- -.~· Tnchere was a little exlcitement on Saturday afternoon when a match, a running high jump, whiclih had been arranged; between O'Connor and R. M'Knight came of in M'Millan-street. Tihe' partisans of both men were equally sanguine as to thie result, and some pretty ?.?umping whs witnessed by the large concourse of. spectators, -until M'Knight failed at thie 4ft Ilin, which was cleared like ie.:der by O'Connor, who was thlen'declared the winner. An other match was then arranged between O'Connor andl an aboriginal named Ruthlerford; Each cleared thie jump well until 41t 10in, whe...

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Latest Intellingence. MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

Latest Intelligence. rBr ELECrICC TELEOnGreAP (vno3 OURn OWN CORREsPONDENT.)' MELBOURNE, ... Monday Evening. A warrant has been issued for the ap presension of J. 0. Ogles, a solicitor's clerk for embozzlement. Ogles' clothee were found on the beach a few dnvays ago, and at first it was thought that he was drowned or had committed suicide. It has been ascertained that this was a erse to avert suspicion at his absence from business. He his absconded from the colony. Dr. Bolmer telegraphing from the quarantine station says that Miss 5otlhern is slowly improving. There ars manny pistules still on liher body, some not being fully developcd. Her throat is still very sore. He adds, "I have no hesitation in saying if this case is not variola then there never has been one at this station for the past 16 months." Mr. Hilder, whoso adopted daughter died in Maryboroughi under mysterious and painful circunmstances a few nmonths ago, expired yesterday at thie age of 83 years. Thie approximate sc...

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LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

LUCKN OW. (moRO OUR oOWS cORnnREroNDENT.) On Saturday afternoon a cricket match was, played at Lucknow between the Lucknow and Lowser Mfitchell'°: Cricket Clubs, thie latter arriving on the ground about 1.30, when the business of the day was at once commenced. D. Hogg was appointed captain of the Lucknow teamn, and J. Loyou captain of their. opponents. On tossing for the first innings Lucknow lost the toss, and were sent todthe wickets, but could not put together more than 32.'. The Lower Mitchell team followed suit, but could not make ,any stand, and the:bowling being dead on they came and went, and irhen theli last wicket fell they had but the snmall score of 16 including 6 byes. Lucknow 'thei went in for their second innings, and between them pet together the respectable total of 56. W. Crane batted well for his score of 19, as also did. D. Hogg and W. Pearson for 9 each. The Lower Mitchell team then went in for their second innings, but could not make any stand against the bbwhn...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

*EUIIOPEAN NEWS. Loxnos, April 27. The mnrringc of tile I'rincess lhelena, of Wnldck-vI'rmont, sistcr of the Queen of Holland, wvith II.R.ll. Prilce Leopold, )Duke of Albany, was solemnised at Wilndsor Castle to-iday. The marriage took place in St. George's Chapel, the arrngemntents Ieing similar to those carried out whcn tile Duke of Connaught wans married int March, 1879. The festivities were favored with fine wea ther. ThirLty Iloyal personages were present, intctldilng tie King ontlt Qacss of Itollatsd, the (iersmn Cro\vn Prince anl s Prices, nmltd the Gelnd Dusse of Ite?se nod ttis fanoily. After tite ceremosny tlnd been tterformedo, tle Dukshe nd Ducherss of Albany left for Clore. msont. Tley will shortly enter ont a long tthnetd cruise in tile Royal yacht Osborne. Thie race for 500t a-side between Edwardt Iflnan and EIdward Trickett, to he rowed on tite Tlhntses ott ilotlsav next, tnay 1 is cxciti ittgn muscsh ittcrest. Trickeht will uso hisi: CRansaiant tioat. Ife has much i...

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THE DEEP LEAD MURDER. [AGE TELEGRAM.] STAWELL, 28th April. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

TIHE IDEEI LEAD IMUIIDER. CAGE TELEGRAr.1 STAWELT, 28th April. Robert F. Burn s charged, at the police court this molrning, with murder ing his mnle, Charles Forbes, near Deep Lead, on or about the 19th December. Inspector Iyall prosecuted; and hir'. Aherne defended the prisoner. '['he case lasted all day and at 6 o'clock, when an adjournment was made, there were still three or four witnesses to be examined, The case will be concluded to-mnorrow morning. The evidence heard showed that ]unrns and Forbes were mates, and had worked together at Dimboola, where they left some time lie fore Christmas. They came in company to Stawell, and left here for the job of chopping wooed, ever since which Forbes had not been heard of. Burns gave two or three different accounts of his mate's disappearance. A coat, which with other clothes, was found some distance from where the body had .been lying, was identified by several who knew Forbes well as having belonged to him. Saturday, April 29. After so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

.-. ~icarthmr & Co., CATITLE SALESMEN, government Auctiooi Fi~:?s Valuntors nd Arbitrators, lliniun and Money Brokers, AND GENERAL CO1311ESION AGENTS. A UCTION SALT:S of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &e., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in ''Millan-street, BArnsDAnLE, at Basuoaz the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, BIIAY'ra and SWTRATeonD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Auctioneers' Notice. T HE sale, of Mr. JOHN AYTOUN'S Household Furniture and Effects, pre viously advertised for to-morrow, has been POSTPONED till further notice. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 6th May. 100 splendid Fat' aud Store Bul loplis, fromt Omeo Plains. I- I' A MACARTHUR and CO. are " favored with instructions from Messrs.VWhite, Gill and Tait, of Omeo Plains, to Seol by Auction in their yards, on the above date, at 12 o'clock, 100 splendid Bullocks, comprising about 50 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

5ATT'"T HOTEL, BAIRNSDALE. Tf IIS auperior Hotel i now open for tho Sreception of Tourists, Commercial gentle(ncll and Falnilies. Visitors to the Lakes can bo sure of first-class accom,,oda. tiol lit Batt' hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial BRoom. Snmple looms. Billiard lloom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoyances Iloot all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of tle Criterion Iotel, Sale.) COBB3 AND OO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. L hAVE Bntt's Hlotel, Ilainirolnl, for Salo at t10 0.1. doily, Sunday exoopted. Iletorn fare, 15s. T. DUGoAN, Agent. ROBnPERSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, S Running in comiction with Cobb j. Co., L' EAVE the booking offier, antt's Hotel, LJ BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTHEN.nld.in. termediatc places daily, Saturdays and Sun. ilna' exceptedl, at 8 p, on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at l0n.m. Fare, Es; return, 7s (ld. The above line leave the booking ofilco, Star H...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, May 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

lThe Advertiser. PUBLISIIED EVERY TUESDAY, T1HURSDAY AND SATURDAY iMORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, May 2, 1882. WITH to-day's issne, The B3airnsdale Advertiser enters 'upon the sixth year of its existence, and we take the present as a fitting occasion to tender our grateful ncknowledgements to the resi dents of this large and important dis trict for the continued and increasing support accorded us. ,'It is, naturally, most gratifying to us to find that our efforts to advance the interests of the district, and, at the same time to place before our subscribers a paper containing the fullest and latest general intelligence and the most reliable market reports, have been thoroughly appreciated ; and, while thanking our numerous friends for the support accorded us in the past, we promise that our every aim and endan vn?ar n the ltnrn will he he atrainine" every nerve tu keep up with the progress and prosperity of the district, to render ourselves worthy the confidence so freely reposed in ...

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

.Commercial. IIAIIISSDALE LIVE STOCK JIAI1KET. M~ooebiy, Moy 2. Monoron. A~. MAIc~lTIrro nod Co. roj~ort : Sa~lco of all rlo~oeo of slacki acro coolly ef. foaledl oo fotordoy.n ?'llicro~lyll of cattlo woo alcoactil ou arorllllig~ allrr by~ ou~rtlati or1 lirinl.l ol. 1 CF(lolil Cotno bit iwoll'lll 1 Ploooi-omoTlrtl~o,llllri, for~ *lr. llw~ I~lolon~; ofI rlii Ia f lto~l* )liollrf1 o OIY(llr Iloro) ( JIto ~lloko i tiorlle, Cl iou1111 ,lnloii oelllllll l7l ollr b uows, steers, heifers. ?e.. at reserves. We also offered, inl conjunction with Messrs. A. .3'Lean and Co., Messrs, Woodhouse's youngo ,teers, from Mlanare, and passed them in at _:3, but they were afterwanrd cleared at £3 5s. In horses we had none in except solme local weeds, which sold at reserves. A mob or two of good horses would now take at favorable 3lcures. O III, PECK and Co. repor: dWe sold at our new yards, 3'MIillan-street, anirnsdalc, on Saturday lost on account of Mdr. John Pendergast, Omeo, store cows in forward(co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 May 1882

1Ion' El]:1. 1Iiglwcs plrice! giveil.--T. (I. I'Y2'roc, .)lclu~r'j Ž Lushr )]ore. - AN]']]SI I~ON ES iii nily qunntiity, W delivered ni Uppe~r Jelly, Clydc bunlk. Applly F. MI. OU~aN'r, llnirnndnle.c W?TANTED, two AXNMAN accustomed to squasing timber. Apply to R. Mathicson 's camp, Coong luherans. Xotice of Aqpliclltion to RIntfriafer. HIXTH SCIIHEDULE. I TIlE underrigned, hereby make applia. , lion to register the Great Success Quartz Mining Company, No Liahility, as i no liability company under the provisions of the Mining Companies Act 1871. 1. The name of the company is to be " the Great Success Quartz Mining Company, No Liabhility. . Tihe place of olperations is at the Nichol: son River, county of-Dargo, Oippsland. 3. The registered office of the company will be situate at Main'streetiBairnsdale, in the colony of Victoria. I. The value of the company's .proplsrty, including leased grounld: andti machiner, is Fifteen thousanld ponts? ' ' 5. The number of sharesian thle .coal lay...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 May 1882

Notiee. Furniture Warehouse and Undertaker. Established 1801. JAMES TAYLORt begs to return thanks to the inihabitants of Bairusdale and surrounding districts for the liberal patron age bestowed on his late father, Robert 'anylor, and begs to inform them that he will continue the business as Joiner, Cabi. netmaker, Undestaher, &c. All orders entrusted to himn will receive prompt attention, and prices will be strictly moderate. N.B.-All kinds of Furniture to be had on the time-payment s s`eom. Valuations made of exther House Pro. perty or Furniture, &c. JAMES TAYLOR. Bairnsdale, 3rd February, 1852. " . :EB. G- TI ',"ES, (For many years with the late Robt. Taylor) Joiner, Cabinetmaker and Undertaker, 54 Main Street, Bairnsdale, Opposite 0Mr. Grose, saddler, B EG S to inform the inhabitants of Bairns dale and surrounding distiict that he has commenced as above, and trusts that by sitrict attention to business, combined with moderate charges, to merit a share of public pa...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 May 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 1.: A terrible storm was raging along 'th English coast on Saturday and Sunday,- ot casioning a msmber of fatalities. Several vessels were wrecked, and a vast amouutof injury to property was caused. - - . A number of infernal macinehayo been posted to lMr, Vanderbilt theb'Anmieridan mil lionaire and "shipowner and to Mr.; Cyrus WeVst Field, the celebrated electfrdian, . at their residences in Now.? York. One of bthe mtchines exploded in the course of transit, but fortunately caused no injury.- : - SThe further wedding festivities in celebra. tion-of the marriane of H.R.H. Prince Leo. pold and the Princess Helena of Waldeck Pyrmontdbuavsbeenn stopped .ino osequeneo of thl, death, of the Crown Princess af Wuo- - temlburg, whos died in child-birth : The electric railway counecting Berlin and the suburbs bas been opened for traffic., It is expected to be a great success. - Barl Cdwpdr,vwho has resigned the position of Lord-Lioeutenant of Ireland, will leave Du...

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 May 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 3. Mfessrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. report : 1770 head of cattle forward, about a third of which were of an inferior description, amnd the balance good and useful sorts with a few prime. Sales opened dull at last week's rates, bt for boest qualities prices improved during the day and clo?ed firm at'an advan?o of t10s. We quote best pens of bullocks £10 to £11 12s Gd, single beasts £13 5s,; best cows £8 15s. We sold 20 bullocks forbIr. Thomson, Olydebank, averaging £8.13s; 10 bullocks for Mr. A. Smith, at £8 is; 12 cows for Mr. Desailly; Fernbank, averaging £6 1so; and 211 head for lMessrs. Kreymborg, M'Do. nald and Baker at current rates.. Milessrs. R. Gibson and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-17ii0 yarded' to-dayfrom Victoria, and showing the effects of the late rongh weather. There was a large attendance of the trade, but prices did not shlow any im provement upon last week's rates. We quote prime pens bullocks £10 to £11, good. £8 to £9. We sold 35...

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LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 May 1882

LATE LOCAL A%\D GENERAL. Tenders will be received by, Mr. F. M. Grant up to to-morrow for grubbing and clearing land on M'Laughlin's Flat. 'The weather on Wednesday was very buis. terous up to sunset, when a lull took place, and so great was the effect of the storm on the waters.of Lake King that the dredge had to cease working owing to its being incon venient to dispose of the silt through the roughness of the waves. The Sale Football Club have decided to accept the challlengefrom Bairnsdale, and the match will be'played about the 24th inst. Mr. James Service, wIho has been lately travelling in Russia, has returned from St. Petersburg, and arrived in London. A brutal murder has been perpetrated at York, the victim being a farmer. Several of his relatives have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the crime. . . There has been severe fighting mnong the native tribes at Calabar, on the Guinea coast' of West Africa. A thousand of the natives were killed.. Intelligence has b...

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