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A MYSTERIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

; .^MYSTERl6uS^clAS& ' i' I /^-Writing from Goondiwindi;;: on: 12th Juno, 1865,' ' the i'v correspondent- /'of.;- the Queensland Guardian gives; theifollowirig :-— In my .last,' *I; alluded / to a mysterious occurrence which had taken place during toe past month/ at' Wrntori /' station, about thirty i^es'.frohi^ this, .naiinely,; the, disappearance of one ?'; of, the shepherds, and the subsequent discovery of a ?body in' a waterhole,; which ' afterwards disappeared altogether, ?the,,«fe&ns, of * a skeleton found in the bush about four miles^from the waterhole,- and the arrest; of ? Mr George LV Smith, ??' the superintendent, on snspicio^i'of having murdered the missing man, whose name was Thomas; Warren. On .Wednesday, the 7th insfc., Smith was brought up on remand war rant, ?before^ Japob Low and R. K; Wilson, Esqs., in the, court house here. No fewer than eight witnesses were examined,- and the'examinatio'n lasted from ten a.m. till eight- in the- evening, to the' ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DR. JAMES MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

? DR;? JAMES *TMUKRAy; - ! Who has /' been.1 appointed 'surgeon :jof the Leich^ hardt xSearch.vExpedition, ; i is .'; already ' accustomed to^ 'iMa ^perils'-^bf ; ^ustrMan!ft:exploratibriYn: having accbnipanied ?Mr.Howitt-iwhetf.the latter!was serit tbi; fetch;) -the xemanis of iiBurke.aridWillB. :;.He;is.'a .1 graduate ;' of :;th6:;University;: of '-Dublin,^ arii being- ,i accomplished; in Jya'rious^departments- of; science, is.' ?;. ~: likely to contribute to tho widening of bur knowledge'' ? of , ' the 'pKenoneriia ; of * 'the,7 ?Australian,; coritiriontl;'' Though the primary object of tho' expedition is philaiir ! thropic; there will nevertheless be ;.niariy- opportuni- / ties. of 'scieritific: discovery; whiph; will ;npt; be lost upon a man of Dr. Murray's tastes and acquirements'.- ''

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JUNE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

SHIPPING FOK THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE POET OF MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JUNE MAIL. JtJNE. 26. Salsotte, P. and O. Company's R.M.S.,1000 tons, D. Bennnlson, Esq., commander, from Galle, 2nd inst., via King George's Sound, 20th inst. J. Sparkes, agont. 26. Bruce, shin, 1100 tonB, M. Lyle, from Greenock. . Holmes, White and Co., agents. 26. Pet, barque, 268 tons, F. Ross, from Tome. Wil liam Crosby and Co., agents. 28. Queen of the North, ship, White Star Line, 1668 tons, William Forsyth, from Liverpool. Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, agents. 28. Japan, barque, 332 tons, O. Rogers, from Batavia. Oaborn, Cushing and Co., agents. S3. BosphoruB, barque, 320 tons, J. Ollard, from Cal - cutta. Haego and Prell, agents. 26. Fred Warren, ship, 1168 tons, C. H. Phinney, from London. Miohaolia, Boyd and Co., agents. 30.. Star of Peace, ship, Aberdeen Clipper Line, 1113 -.-: -tons, Wm. C. Mitchell, from London. Dalgety '':'?' .!?. and Co., agents. : ? . , , ' ' ' JntY. .' ?;'-:- ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

E N L A E O B M E NT THE WEEILY AGE, AMBITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOTJKNAL. On Friday, 30th September, the Weekly Aob will appear in a new and improved shape, and in a greatly enlarged size. The Farmers' Journal, after a long and prosperous career as an independent paper, will henceforth bo incorporated with the Weekly Aob, and the two papers, each retaining its own special features of in terest and respective literar -vand editorial staff will unite their forces so as to produce a journal superior to anything yet issued from the Victorian Press. For this purpose the Weekly Age will be enlarged by four extra' pages (equal to eight pages of the Farmers' Journal), ; thus making it ' the uiegbsx papbb in tibb Adstraliak CoLann. ;';??''?.? :'-:-- :?'? '' ?]- The' proprietors ha»o bean induced to moke thu* change chiefly through the utroog representation* made by subscribers to the Farmers' Journal oi their desire for a- more liberal supply of general' news.. Residents in the co...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

The Nobth.—- We- have' been favored with the following extract* from a letter received from the North :— '? Blaokwator Hole, 29th June, 1865.^— Since I last wrote we have been engaged in the lambing, and will finish in about eight or ten days. The profit will bo a' very 'poor one for the sheep farmers this year, as nearly all the lambs are dying as fast as they are dropped. It has been a fearful season everywhere this year ;; another like it would ruin three-fourths of the squatters in the colony. On this email run, where I am located, 1600 sheep have died this year, and out of the remaining ewes we have only get ten per cent, of lambs to make up for the loss. I have heard of one station where' 14,000 sheep have died out of 29,000, and I know of one place in the neighborhood of where I am where out of a flock of 1500 ewes 600 have died; they have only seven lambs out of the remainder to make up the loss.- The weather has been fearfully cold of late. On yesterday and last night we ha...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DENISON PLAINS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

THE DENISON PLAINS ASSOCIATION. Tho following correspondence has been forwarded ns for publication :? — Tientzin Harbor, 27th May, 1865.— To the Di rectoiy of the Denison Plains Pastoral Company (Limited), Melbourne. — Gentlemen, — In continu ance of my reports forwarded to you from Fre mantle, which I hope arrived all safe, I now send you an account of our voyage from $liore to here. We had fine trade winds as far as or nearly to the North-west Cape, since which time we have had nothing but a series of adverse winds. We were two hundred miles north of Camden Harbor, hoping to get a wind to take us into Roebuck Bay, , in which we were disappointed ; and, after coming as far south as Nickol Bay, wo found ourselves with only five days' water oa board. Such being the state of affairs, it was decided to land the stock, stores, -fcc, at Tientzin Harbor, thirty-five miles from Nichol Bay. To this port we therefore pro ceeded, and have landed 1565 shoep, 35 mares, ' Arab entire, and 17 Her...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPTURE OF YORKEE TOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

OAPTXJEE OF YORK^EB TOM. The following particulars of the arrest of the man supposed to be/' Yorke'e Tom,' who recently murdered, his' mate at IWarrnambool, are giVen by the O;' and M'. Advertiser, of the 8th inst. :— 'The man Yorkee Tom, sometimes called Yankee Tom, the murderer of his mate at 'Warrnambool, has,. ' alnooaf without a doubt, been arrested -in this district, and lies this night in the Beechworth gaol. . 'His career in: this* diatrictwna very short. : He, in, ? company with. a. mate,' robbed a hut in the Yackan dahdah Gap on Monday/ night, was. tracked by the policeto the neighborhood of , Belvoir, and Constable Byan.came on the two inen on Wednesday. While speaking to .thein'| the man now lenown to be Yorkee ' Toin^threw down, his swag n»d bolted through ?.'' tho -nearest fence.- ? .Constable Ryan stuck tb'the other and brought, him into Belvoir, when: he and ' Sergeant Bambriok: immediately started afterthe one who had: taken to his' heels. Thoy caino on him not far ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT FIRE AT PORT CHALMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

GREAT FIRE AT PORT CHALMERS. About half-past six o'clock last evening, the glowing clouds in the north and north-east seemed ominously portentous of some extensive disaster by fire. . Speculation was afloat, and as the season of tho year precluded the idea of bush tires, it was feared by many that the lurid glare indicated that some ship was burning at the Port. Although this proved not to be the caso, unfortunately .a very destructive firo took place at Port Chalmers itself, involving the loss of a lnrge amount of valuable pro perty. The Port has hitherto enjoyed an almost entire immunity from fire, the only instance that has previously occurred, we are informed, having been an alarm .from the burning of a small shanty or. tent. In the present instance, about half- ' past Bix o'clock, the premises of Mr Haddock, tin man, G-eorge-Btreet, were observed to be in .flames, which rapidly spread to tlie store of Messrs M'Lean and Co., thence to a building occupied by a boot maker whose na...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUTINY AND ATTEMPT TO BURN THE SHIP CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

MUTINY AND ATTEMPT TO BURN THE ... .-.;.,;.. SHIP CHAPMAN. -/ ; , ; . The Wellington Independent of the ? 8th June gives the following particulars of the arrival of the Chapman,, of amutiny.that occurred on the voyage, ? and' of an' attempt to .burn, the; ; ship - after her arrival :-^-'*C-aptainFeatberstbuhangh,.;of the ship-' Chapman5';wMoh arrived on i,the morning of Tuesday, ' the (5th inst., has been Buffeving under the infliction of a mutinous crew, seven of . whom will be brought up before; the^ resident magistrate's, court to-day,.' charged. with, embezzling cargo in addition to the , / above serious offence. , From what we can learn, it-, appears that only a. f evv days ere the ; arrival of the Chapman, the chief ? offioer .^reported.- to Captain : Featherstohhaugh that tho most of .the;- watch were drunk, farther stating it as his impression that they had become so by breaking into the cargo. '?? Acting - on this irifbrination,, the captain sent his: officer into-; the, ho...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEFENCES OF THE COLONY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

DEFENCES OF THE COLONY :': The following is the* address to her Majesty the Queen, adopted by ihe select committee of the Legis lative Assembly on the above subject :— ? . ..':? ? , To the Queen's Most , Excellent Mdiestv,— We, the members : of tho Legislative Assembly of Victpria, ia Parliament assembled, beg' leave . to approach; your Majesty, with renewed assurances of our/ loyalty. and affection. ,'We humbly desire to express to your Majesty .our earnest wish that adequate^provision may be made for defending v the colony against foreign aggression. Your Majesty's Ministers.h'ave beenlpleasod to acknowr ledge, on.- several 'occasions, that 'Victoria has taken .uponv herseU/ a , larger share of the /cost of hei^deferice than; .any - other,; . of - yonr, -':? Majesty's possessions. Suice* the 'year :ii356, ?'- the- sum of : £233,000 has been./ expended upon arms, defensive works and barrack accommodation. /AV/armed vessel has boeri; purchased ^^ and' 'maintained at a cost of £123,0...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GORILLAS IN THE MUSEUM.—SEE PAGE 7. THE GORILLAS AT THE MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

THE GORILLAS IN ; THE MUSEUM.— Skk Page 7. THE G^OEILtA^ATiTHB MUSEUM.': ' During the last montli. skeletons of, adult maleand female gorillas, tpRetherSwitli' that oif, a young one, were added to our,Museuni,'find' hiive continued to be; objects of great interest 'tb^viBitora.', ; Theywero.pro cured by Proiessor.:J31.Coy;from Jil.' du ChailTn, ;who. obtainedthem'duringhispresent expedition into that almost unknown part' of ; Africa; which lie calls the gorilla region.' Professor M'Coy has addressed to tho public tho f ollqwing con^munication; in reference to these interesting 'objectswof ' natural history :— -' On, account'?-1, of tho ' ' g»:eat ; ? tcieiitiftc interest at tacking , to tho discussions,; which /have arisen between Professor , :Gwen and Professor /Huxley,-, as to whether ;4br, not ? ithe eorilla formed. jj in tho chavacter-f its akoleton, a reallmk of anatomical1 H or_ structural passage between man and the. lower 9 animals, , I thought' it my_ duty,,, as director of...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TRIP TO THE OKITIKA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

A TRIP TO THE OKITIKA DIGGINGS. The following account, ex tracted from the letter of a highly respectable Tasmanian colonist, of a trip to the Okitika diggings is published in the Jttdbart Toum ? Mercury of the 6th inst. :— : ««Dunedin,-23rd May, 1865. — My dear — — ,— Last night I arrived from Okitika and the '. : ' West CoaBt diggings, and, through ' ' : God's providence alone I ? am here, and, -so long . as /I ;.can get a crust of bread, no diggings in the world shall ever tempt me away from, home again. . I left this on the 3rd of March, for Christchurch, Canterbury, fully ex pecting employment, no matter of what kind, there, but tried in vain. Extraordinary aocounts of the new diggings were then in circulation, and, what was more extraordinary, .. not a soul was returning. I had not enough to get back to Danedin, so what was I to do ? Start for Okitika ; which I did on the next morning, by the far-famed overland route, and this .fearful journey I shall never forget so long as I...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIEW OF THE SHOTOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

VIEW OF THE SHOTOYER. This river, of which, wo present a sketch, belongs to' the aurifer ous region of New Zealand. It forms a tortuous course between Lobes Wokatipu and Hayes, about , 80 or 100 miles from Danedin. The stream is rather shallow, and brawls over beds of sand and shingle throughout the entire length of a valley, which is bounded on either side by high terraces and steep ranges,' presenting an aspect somewhat dreary, not a vestige of timber being anywhere visible, unless a few patches of blasted scrub, may be dignified by that name The scene is .taken from the centre of Maori Point- bridge, about twenty-five miles from Qaeenstown. The two water wheels in the bod of the river, havo been lifted out of the water in consequence of a freshet. ' Be fore us, in the distant west,' says a traveller who has viewed the scene from ono of the lofty ranges in which the district abounds, 'fifteen miles away, lay the mighty Wakatipu ; and nearer in tho foreground, glistened the placid ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRE ROYAL. THE GLADIATOR OF RAVENNA [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

THEATRE ROYAL. THE GLADIATOK OP EAVEHNA. . ?; To take in band the task'df writing; a history of the attempts made by ambitious aspirants to. fame; to. obtain, celebrity by writing- for the colonial stage, would : prove ';? an ' unthankful office, inas much, as, ' whoever undertook .' ,it,; would ; be called upon to record nothing but a series of complete and ? mortifying failures. Local talent Has hitherto— whether it has sought development in tho walks of farce, of burlesque, of comedy, or of tragedy— been singularly unsnocessfpl. in leaving an impression* behind it of a lasting character. Gentlemen whose pretensions have been great,' who have taken upon themselves to disparage unfeelingly . the efforts of less known brethren of the pen1 who dared to woo the fickle, goddess in the same line, as themselves, and who, assuming all the airs of successful authorship, have,- time after time, found: that their own productions were sneered at and laughed down by a discerning public. ; Unde...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REPORTED SURRENDER OF WEREROA PA AT WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

REPORTED SURRENDER OP WEREROA PA AT WANGANUI. ' By the arrival of tho '^Ahuriri, from Wanganui, we learn that another false report had been circu lated and on such supposed good grounds as justi fied the- Wanqanui Chronicle in publishing it, that the rebels occupying the Wereroa had surrendered it. The Chronicle says: — -' The following note was received 'in .town, last night, from Major' Rookes^A^The --natives have unconditionally sur rendered fhe;pa,' and the Wereroa is un fait accom pli. 23— 6— 65, 6-30 p.m. , There are vario'ns rumors in town as to . details ; 'but we believe this nofe contains all the intelligence that has been actually received. We'inay add that a Putiki chief said, three days ago, that when the friendly natives went out this surrender would take place.' In the copy of the Chronicle we have received, and on the margin of it, where the above appears, the editor has written 'A number of officers went out to-day and -found that' this .was not the case.' 'We have ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN. MORGAN'S PEOPLE AND THE HAUHAU.—THE ENEMY DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

NE W' ZEAL AND.' ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN! MORGAN'S PEO PLE AND THE HAUHAU.— THE ENEMY .DEFEATED. '.??;.-?'? / ; ,v . . The New Z&alander says: — '.'The hostilities which have been so long threatening between the rivalnative tribes on the eait coast have at length commenced..: The friendly chief, Morgan, with ninety men, very^indiflerently.armed, ana wim very little i ammunition, attached the pa of the Hauhau natives, commanded by Patara, or Butler, whose name: is now faniilar . to our readers, drove out; the enemy, and hoisted, the British en sign instead of /the Hauhau flag. The victorious Ngatiporon natives had received arms and amuni tion from Hawke's Bay, and were exulting in the prospect of storming another i pa almost imme diately. -They also have expressed their determina tion to apprehend Patara, although he has escaped this time ; ; and, in short, theae friendly natives appear to be displaying great energy and deter mination in vindicating that British law of which we ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPPOSED SEIZURE OF THE CUTTER BONITA AND MURDER OF HER CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

SUPPOSED SEIZURE OF THE CUTTER BONITA. AND MURDER OP HER ClffiW. On Tuesduy we mentionod that Bomo aluvm was felt on account of tho non-appearance of the Bonita, which left. Oaobunga for Kuwhia about five weeks1 ago. Since then we have learned some particulars about the matter. The Bonita -was sent down to Kawhiu, to bring away some friendly -natives living on the north side of that inlet, who were thought to be in danger of attack from the Ngatimaniopotos, who have apparently to a man embraced PaiMarirism. Tidings have been received that'sh'e reached Kawhia ahout the beginning of the month, when sho was immediately seized, and a resolution come to to kill all the crew. This, however, was not carried into effect then, the Princess Sophia 'having strongly opposed it, and a chief named Tapihana, one of the prisoners who escaped from the , Kawau, having on one occasion remained up all night to guard them. It is said that this information was com municated to the Governor before ho left...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

TEE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. Alexandra, 24th June. — William Te Whero, the friendly chief, passed through here yesterday, the. 23rd, on ;his return from visiting Rewi, to whom he has been on a peace mission. Ho was accompanied by fifty men and eight women, widremamed here during;the,night, encamped on the flat. The result of his endeavor to- bring the crafty rebel to a sense of his allegiance has not bpen officially notified here S3 yet, but it is ruinored that Rewi's conduct is rather ambiguous. .';?' ' , Te. Awasiutu, 28rd; June. — The meeting at Ran gatiki has closed. The natives huvo returned to their homes. The result is the delegation of their .chiefs to negotiate .with Mr-Grabum (who expected to return here) for peaue. .-'???Te Whero did not return with the natives they accompanied in their upward journey ; it ispresumed they are waiting to have ah interview with -Mr Graham, /when Rewi and Matu taern, as well as Thompson itn'd other cliiefs, are ex pected to be present. — Southern...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

PRESBYTEBIAN CHURCH,' HAWTHORN. ;^The accompanying sketch exhibibits the completed plan of a place of worship in connection with the Presbyterian Church bf Victoria, recently erected; for the Rev. Peter Brown, late of Wishaw, Scotland. The cuagregaoon was establisheu somewhat more- than twelve months ago,; and the church has been opened, for about five. The structure is from designs by Geo. Wharton, Esq. and is built of red brick with dressings and : ornamentations of white brick and1 cement. Its estimated cost, when finished, will be' about £2000. The interior is neatly and elegantly arranged. The fittings, are of polished cedar and Kauri pine; the Avuidows of cathedral, and stained glass, and the roof, which., is :very.- lofty, of varnished pine. Tlib inside walls are plastered in imitation of stone. The church is pleasantly situated on the Glengarry Road, near the Hawthorn Town-hall. The site of half an acre was tho gift of Swan Urquhart, Esq, -of Taradale, and an additional acre...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL EMPLOYMENT AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL EMPLO5T MENT AND PRODUCE. The following return was recently laid on the table of the Legislative Council : — ? -?'/'.-' - No. 1. Returns of the quantity and value of agricultural and pastoral produce raised in tno colony during tue year ending 31st March, 1864, the items in each case being specified as far as possible :— AGMOULTURAL PRODUCE. , £ S. d. Wheat, l,33S,7t-2 bushels, at 103 .. 669,3S1 0 0 Oats, 3,497,520 do, 4s 3d .. .. 743,223 0 0 Barley, 130,664 do, 4s 6d . . . . 29,399 8 0 Maize, 33,534 do, 5s .. .. .. 8,383 10 0 Rye and here, 3408 do, 4s 6d . . . . 766 16 0 Peas, beans, &c, 16,4'1 do, 9s 6d .. 7,823 14 6 -Potatoes, 74,947 tons,- £5 5s .. 393,47115 0 Turnips, 627 do, £5 .. .. '? .. 3,135 0 0 Mangel wurzel, 8741 do, £3 . . . . 26,223 0 0 Beet, carrots, cabbage, &c, 4761 do, £5 10s ? .. 26,185 10 0 Hay, 121,840 do, £6 .. .. .. 731,040 0 0- Onions, 495 do, £8 . . . . . . 3,960 0 0 ^Tobacco, 296 do, £100 .. .. 29,600 0 0 *Grapes, n...

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