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BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1882. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., R. G. Morrison, J. D. Smith and B. Johnson, Js.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

BAIIINSI)ALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 12, .1882; (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., R. G. Morrison, J. D. Smith and - B. Johnson, Js.P.) DEnT. J. and 'F. Bull v. Cunningham.-To recover £2 for goods sold and delivered Plaintiffs had received a cheque for tile amount tile previous day but liad not cashed it, and there was 5s to pay. Order for the amount and 5s costs. ASSAULT. Daniel Webetall was charged with having committed an assault on William Smith.-Mr. Greene appeared for the defendant.--The evidence for the plain tiff was that on Thursday, the 4th inst., the defendant and his brother went to Mr. Curry's station, of which the com plainant had charge, and the defendant commenced using bad lauguage, and was quarrelsome. Plaintiff told him not to use such language, whereupon the defendant set upon him, and during a scuffle plaintiff fell and put his shoul der out, and when on tihe ground defen dant struck him.-Charles Curry, stated that on the 4th inst. the defendant and his broth...

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A PERILOUS VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

A I'ERIILOUS VOYAGE. Wednesdaoiy night tli Firiebh oaro o Annis of Ilornluoix, arrivedl from tullitiii In tow 0 thie steamen r Julia enoy, having been picked hbr that vosel abouot Il miles froIm ort lteads. Shlte is in a veory leaky state, and hadl, during the rneeit gales, lost all her ctanvas, with thi eiception of two soIts of old tails, which would not tohes tood anytttigof i llreeolo tol the crow, on0 mud tItll, hail workled woll o11d wont quite exhoautod. To outtle her to eiiio into tho ti inut harlbor soto boil to tlhrw ivsirlhutnl atontl .t1i 111, of gun l owier. Thie following is the u opttdnin tr1ort of the vyayogi -"Left Port Louis eln Lilt of Mitsh inll had $,i; whtis for tlftoon dsiiy Oil thI IIi th of .\p il, lt :IS smipth lno $l mait tt vltunt gii flonl thiS lonwl coiuii teiii atnl the vu-'t wlt, 11111 to b fort it unaor the lUwor I adeskso, In A et wads ..I tuur th ant the sillI1 Inbol*, ( 11 r Ir1 u lly nII* t r IIII1:1 I)Il\ unnnnonoced 1t, to Wa with the. \ uu ,.h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

i( A ,'th i' & Co., (AlTiE SALES11rEN, ovcrnilient Auctioneers :Valuators and Arbitrators, lliilntr and iloney Brolkers, LSA'D 'GENERAL CO)IMIESION AGENTS. A UCTION SALES of CATTLE, ' HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE. LAND, &e., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in .C'.illan-street, BarnSnaLs, at Biavan?z the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, la?rnA and STRATFOrD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and ncn.h :roceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Bairnsdals, Saturday, 13th May. liorse-hair Suite for. Sale. A MAnCARTHUR and CO. are S'favored with instructions from the owner to sell by auction, in their rooms, on the abovo date, at 11 o'clock, A- handsome hair-seated SUITE, con sisting of Gentleman's and Lady's Chlirs, and G Chairs. Terms, approved bill at 3 months. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 13th May. S'AOCARTHUR and 'CO. are A . favored with instructions fronm the owners to sell by auction, at their yards, on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

Bairnsdale ClublHotel BAIRNSDALE. rTHIS superior Hotel affords superior I accommodation for Tourists, Commer cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenienco and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. S Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Coinveyances. COBB AlnD CO.'s Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Duggan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 158. T. DUGGAN, Agent. BOBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Rgilly's TelegraphLine of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb e.J Co., LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in. termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, s; return, 7s Gd. The above line leave the booking office, Star Hot...

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, May 10. WILLau ADAMSON and Co. report: Dairy Produce.-We held our usual sale. to.day. Cheese.-Prime sorts were in request at from Sd to 9Od; Medium to good 5ad to 7rd; inferior sold at lower rates. Potted Butter.-The market is very firm, and prime sorts are wanted. We quote best quality is Gd to Is 7d, but had no prime to offer to-day. Medium to good realised is 2d to Is 4s1. Pastry sorts range from Gd for soft, to Is for good hard. Fresh Butter.-Our best regular dairies realised 2s to 2s Gd, with a strong demand. Good ordinary brought Is 9d to 2s. Mediuim to good ls 4d to Is Sd. Eggs.-Guaranteed weekly lots realised Is 9d to 2s. Bacon'is in demand from 5Bid to 7d tfar medium to prime. Hams.--We quote Gd to 8d. Iloney.-Bush, 31d toid ; garden, 44d to ad.-Beeswax.-Bush, 7Ad to Bid ; garden, Sid to 9ld. Poultry.-Fowls, Is 7d to 3s 8d ; turkeys, 7s to lls; ducks, 3s 9d to 4s 3d. Carease Pigs, realised from 3d to 4d. ";

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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 10. THE AUSTRALIAN GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMPANY report : Breadstuffs.-The advent of the Govern ment statistics is eagerly looked for; until the publicity thereof, operations are carried on with extreme caution. To-day we have sold prime milling at Gs 7jd, cx station. Flour is firm at £14 for the best country Lrands. Oats.-A remarkable spurt has taken place, and prime milling are, to-day at 4s 5d. We have sold during the week 1500 sacks as fol lows :-530 sacks New Zealand feed, for ex. port to Sydney, at us 8d, delivered f.o.b.,; prime milling, ex bond, at 3s Sd ; good, duty paid, New Zealand feed, at 4s jid. To day prices have further advanced, and the demand for local consumption is great; and it is equally so for Adelaide and Sydney. larley.--Prime English is in good request at 4s Sd; Cape, at 4s 3.d. Peas have participated in the general rise, and we quote 4s 9d as the price of them to day, with a tendency upward. Maize is scarce at...

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THE HARTMANN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

TIlE IIARTMAiN FUND. Mr. W. L. A. Elston yesterday for warded to Mr. R. WV. Dickson, Mel bourne, the treasurer fo the Hartmann fund, a draft for £116 14s, being the total amount collected in Bairnsdale and district, as under : Bairnsdale-Collected by Messrs. W.L. A Elston and E. G. G. Sandford .....................:.868 2 0 Dargo-Collected by Mesdames J. B. and A. IT. B. Kelly...... 1118 6 Ouneo-Collected by IMr. Thomas Easton......................;....... 5 16 0 I3lllumwaal-Collected by MIr. Geo. II. VWatson................ 1 0 0 Wulgulmerang-Collected by M. John O'Rourke .........:...... 3 17 0 Sarsfield-Collected by Mir. S. Fil-? . mer ............... .. ... ... ,. 1 11 0 Plraynesville-Collected by Mr. W. Baudinet......................;...:. 1 6 6 Bruthen-Collected by MIr. A. Wbhitehead ..................:.. 2 12 0 Grant-Collected by Mr. E. BHar rison .....................0........... 5 0 6 Coongulmerang-Cdfolected by Mr F. Holloway ................... 7 12 0 Forge Creek-Collecte...

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ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

ADELAIIbE .IACES. Tile second day's racing" of the Ade aInide Racing Club'a Autumn Meeting took place ou Thursday with thu follow ing results : MAIDENe PLATE. Tyropean ...1... ...1 NOnlsEiY 5cNI0aPoo-~ .; StandardlBearer ' ...- ... 1 ADELAIDE CUP. Euclid... 1. Commotion . :. t ..: .. t Pollio-.......""?2:,•?-" t Belhidruin' ?L...~~::_?:..?-.?". Totalisator teok the lead, making tlhe pace very fanst, anid lield lis position pasut the stand to thei enlid'of.tbo straight, whered Coinnidti'n,;pulliig liaid; went to the front, Royal Mitid, lainbow,, and Edbiidl?ing in ?the reari:.' Coini,?ti ari led to.the turn, and then gave.place to the Czar. .Coming home, , uclid, who was still.in the rear division, commenced to dinw to the front, and getting on:tlhe inside, gaiined in esery stride. A mang nificeiit ktriiggle eonsued in the race home, Euclidmanagiing to get his head in front. s.they passed thle end df the staid, and winning cleverly by a neck. An exciting cojitest'between Commotioei, ...

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THE SITUATION IN IRELAND. LONDON, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

TIIE SITUATION IN IRELAND. LoNDox, MAN 9. Mr. George Otto Trevelyan, M.P. for Hawick. and Secretary to the Admiralty, has :accepted the office of Chief Secre tary for Ireland; rendered:vacant by the murder of Lord Frederick Cavendish. The Ministerial moneasure, to be brought; forward on Thursday for the pacificatioriofIreland,includes clauses for the suppression of secret societies, and the appointment of special tribunals to ad minister justice in the disturbed districts. It also provides that compensation for injury to persons or property shall be paid by the district where the outrage occurs. Nothiilg hae yet been done towards the identification of the cabman and the other persons who have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the recent murders in Dublin. The police, however, are actively at work, and it is expected that.some. important evidence will shortly be obtained. .Moore, the recent arrival from Ame rica, who was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS. LoNDno, May 9. The House of Commons has instructed the Attorney-General to defend Colonel Erskino, the deputy Sergeant-at-Arms, in the action which Mr. C. Bradlaugh, the member for Northampton, is bring ing against hint for an alleged assault committed during 'Mr. Brtidlnugh's r6: cent ejectment front the House of Comn molls. AMr. Leonard H. Courtney, the mem ber for Liskenrd, Under-Scoretory for the Colonies, has accepted the lost of Secretary to the Treasury, aocated by Lord Frederick Cavondlish on hie nla. pointment to the oflice of Chief Secre tary for Ireland. The statement that a requisition is to be presented to the Lord hMayor of London, asking him to summon a meet ing to adopt a petition for tile dissolu tion of Parliament, proves to be incor rect. The Australian and Now Zealand mails, which left Melbourne on the 30th March, per Peninsular and Oriental Company's s.s. Shannon, were delivered to-day via Brindisi. LONDON, MAY 11. Michael 1)avitt, the Fenian conv...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

CENEH AL NE S, Mi1. Ionlgiuore npponrd in n mw charnrlcr on IinrIsary night. IIt morel the nt(jonnri~n nt no till 1onso) for the plirposo 'f cvritinisiug till) nrw nniiontnI Hong by 'Irnmmyrsn, I Fmmidi nll iRnnmi, \mir .\, Ymmmmmg hoil peimm'vlmmmy ammiled tiho .'miuimioi mvi I;uniiiiniii if him hmmimmimlmim tom mmmiii 111 newi Hong i1tmitmi duced into tihe State schools. Mr. Grant replied that it was intended that. it should be sung by t0(00 children orn tile Queen's Birthday. When this 1n nouncement was made Mr. Longmore rose in a fine frenzy, which set hlin. members riaring, and expressed ni1 opinion that the song was " the worst doggerel in tlhe world," of which any penny-a-liner would bo'aslamned. "HeIr Majesty lhas lived a long and glorious reign, and long may sihe live," said Mr. Longmore, " but it would be a disgrace to her Majesty thli Queen to have such a song sung in he hohnor,:and I hlopo tlhe Government will interfere to provent such a bacchanalian song being sun g." A...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

IINING NOTES. We are indebted to the Mercury for the following items: Thle monthly returns from the Long Tunnel Co , WVlhalla, are as follows : Quartz crushed, 1506 tons;' gold ob tained, 1247oz. No dividend has been declared this :month, but the sum of £800 his herd set aside towards the dividend to be declared in June...... : The .Long' Tunnel: Extended Co0 are crnshing about 400 tons this time, so that if the yield is asnfavoroblo as on the last .ocension, the shareholders may be. congratulated. ' More attention is being paid to the Tanjil district lately, whichlmany people assert is going:jto.ibe ai fine ,field' fir mining. We hear that. Reynolds imd party have thrown up their tribute of a portion of the Normanby claim, after getting out 5 tois' of stone. It ,sid by some ihat the tunnel has beei 'driven in the wrong direction, and we hear that some of the shareholders are talking of paying the expenses of an experienced miner to inspect the claim with a view to discover thie pro...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

SPORTING NOTES. (Br AnCHatEDEnss.) The information which the Sale Row ing Club have been seeking to support their protest against Mr. HIerbertson has been published in the .fercury. It is aos follows :-The -Tasmanian Afail, in answer to "Enquirer," Sale, Gippslhnd, says :-."' Herbertson never won a race at Hobart regatta, although Ie com peted several times, as -under-On De dember 11th, "1866, in thle Alce~nlidrn race; January..9th, 1868,,in thIe same event: December 1, 1868, in the Amateurn Skiffs; January 27tb, 1874, Scullers; January 25th, 1876,'Scullers; same day, the Four-oared All-comers' race; December 12th, 1881, Scullers' race. He won a scullers' race at Port Cygnet about five years ago." Now, there is nothing to suipport the protest entered.. It is true that if the information supplied be true then Mr. Herbertson had no right to enter for the Maiden Sculls at the Bairnsdnale Regatta, but there was no protest entered against him on the score of not being a maiden, but of co...

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SMUGGLED OPIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

1UUG(lEI) OUPIUtI. At tihe Wodoniga ~olice cdurt on Tlhursday a COhiimmlan named Ah Gee, a selector at Omeo, was charged with smuggling opiiuiincross tile border, and was reinanded for a week. It appears thatnt t the end of last week Mr. D. Ferguson, tlihe collcctor of customs at Wodonga szecd 120 tins of smuggled opium, the duty upon which would be nearly £ 50.- Mr.' Ferguson hiaviig re ceived informition that a consig!ment of: opium had eronsed the Murray at Jingellic, left Wodonga at 2 o'clock last Friday afternoon. Accompanied by Constabloe Wallace, from Jingellic, he followed the tracks of a Chinaman, who was riding one horse and leanding a pack horse. Early on Sundaymorning,-after a ride of 150 miles, they came up with tihe Chinaman closn to the Jibboo Pass, leading into the Omeo district. Tihe mnn was found asleep near a camp fire, with his two horses browsing quietly near him. . On being apprehendcd, he confessed that Iiii brought tlofe. opium over from Noew South Wales. Iti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

BIRTH. WHALLEY.-On the 10th inst., at Wood- bine Cottage, Bairnsdale, the wife of Robert Whalley of a son. Both doing well.

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, May 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHIED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdate, Saturday, ,May 13, 1882. The' supplement which we issue with to-day's publication contains an engrav ing of the new pavilion on the Mel bourne cricket.ground. 'The magistrates held a 'meeting yesterday and arranged rosters for the' court days, live justices being allotted fhr each day. This will be a matter of great convenience to persons attending the court, as too frequently delays have occurred in waiting for magistrates to arrive. A typographical error occurred in last issue relative to Mr. O'Hare's cattle. The number which passed through Bairnsdale was 270 and not 70 as stated. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Howitt held a Warden's Court, to which, Mr. G. Allen Cocksedge applied for a lease to work ground at Forge Creek, and   having complied with all the requisite     formalities, the Warden stated that the application would be forwarded to the Minister to be dea...

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OUR BUCHAN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

OUR BUCHAN LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) For some time past there has been a feeling ill this locality that the time is rife for religious services to be conducted here monthly instead of quarterly, as heretofore. A meeting, which had been convened by Mr. Chambers, was beld here last week to consider the subject, the attendance being very fair, and all present were unanimous and enthusiastic respecting the desirability of the altera- tion, all agreeing to contribute a fair share towards a minister's stipend. Mr. Chambers delivered as address on the advantages of monthly services, and it was decided that Mr. Milchrist should be entrusted with the preparation of a petition having such object in view, and likewise get names and the amount each party would he willing to subscribe annually. When the petition and list are prepared they will be forwarded to the Rev. Mr. Hindley to be dealt with. We all sincerely hope that the rev. gentleman and the committee of the church will see ...

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BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 11. (Before Messrs. W. Thompson, District Surveyor, and W. H. Gregson, Land Officer.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 May 1882

BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. Thursday, MAY 11. (Before Messrs. W. Thompson, District Surveyor, and W. H. Gregson, Land Officer.) 1. Henry, Matthews, 67a Or 27p, allot ment 10os, Bairnsdale.-Recommended, subject to access being provided to a water hole. 2. D. M'Allister, 208a Or 36p, north of M. Stephens', Yambulla.-No appearance; postponed till next board. 3. Samuel Culbert. 50a, north of W. M. Phiddian's, Goon Nure.-Mr. Desailly ob jected, on the ground that the land in. cluded a 'permanent waterhole necessary for the use of the run and the common. The applicant denied that there was 'per manent water. Recommended, subject to there being access to the water. 4. A. W. N. Douse, 319a 2r 28p, south. west of John Bruce's, Goon Nure and Bong worden.-Rlecommended, subject to a modi fieation of the survey, if necessary. 5. John T. Heofen, 100a, opposite G. P. Morgan's, Newmorella.-Recommended. 6. E. W. Watt, 70a, south of present holding, Newmuerella.-Recommended.' 7. Frederick Mundy. 100a, adj...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 May 1882

Latest Intelligence, rBY ELECTRIC TELEGRMPH ] (FROt. OTUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ,MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. A sad case of suicide was discovered this morning. when Campbell Moore, 26 years of age, the eldest son of Mr. H. M[. DavidllMoore; was found dead on a couch in his father's house at St. Kilda. The discovery. was 'made by a. servant. A small revolver was found by his side, one' barrel havieng been discharged, and there was, a bullet wound in deceased's head. .,The body, wvlhich was quite cold, was covered with blood. No noise had been hleard by the inmates' during the night. ,The deceased had been in deli cite health for soine time past. Dr. Crook reported to Dr. Youl, the presideint of the Board of Health, this mornisng, that a boy named Wil liams, five years of age, residing in Drummond-street; Carlton, was suffering from a mild attack of smallpox. This was also communicated to the police, who, immediately quarantined the house and the inmates were all vaccinated. Dr. Crook wa...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 May 1882

SSIPPING NEWS. 'The steamer Pretty Jane was still in the same position last night, and boats were en gaged in lightering her cargo. On Saturday afternoon the schooner Maffra was towed over the bar, outwards, by tilhe Lady of the. Lake. The sea was very rough at the time, and the water washed over the schooner. but Captain Williams succeeded in towing her'out safely. The Maffra takes one of the largest and most valuable cargoes from here' which` has left or a long time, comrn pilsiig skins, wool, ,sd gum, garden seeds, tallows' and a miscellaneous assortment of articles. The Glengarry arrived at the wharf during Saturday' night, and yesterday all despatch was made to unload her-in order to send her on the return trip this afternoon. The Lady of the Lake has left with the Sale portion of the ?saffra's cargo. IMr. Zelius has telegraphed to Melbourne to charter another schooner for the conveyance of goods for the Lakes awaiting shipment in Melbourne. We understand there is n large quant...

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