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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

Loral Items. We understand that the Postal Depart- ment has been advised of the necessity for a mail service for the RuaseU River district. Two foot raes took place on Saturday for Ü10 a-side and £5 a-stde, between Matthews and Baker and Baiter and Kelly respectivqjy. Matthews beat Baker and Baker beat Kelly. Tho settling after the race« took place at the Commercial Hotel oa Thursday last. The race ball given by Mrs." Burke in Messrs. Kenion's store the night previously passed off most successfully. The Customs-revenue collections, at this port for the fortnight- from the 1st to the 15th instant amounted to £3974* Gd, against £330 3s öd for the corresponding period of 1893. Some splendid sugar-cane has recently been passing through the rollers at Hamble- don plantation; some thirteen months old .cane yielding juice of a density of 13 degrees - Beaume, whilst ten months cane registered 11 degree*. The secretary of the Jackey Club informs us that he has received an intimation from the...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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New South Wales. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

.'SYDNEY, October 21.. The health of - the Premier, Mr. Stuart, continues to improve, and to- day's bulletin reports him as verv much better. Octoblk 22. H .M.S. Nelson left this morning for New Guinea, via Moreton Bay. Charles Watson has been committed for trial at Hilston for the murder of William Matthews at Cowl Cowl. The enquiry into the death of Re- becca Wilkinson, who was found cut t> pieces on the Botany tram line, was concluded yesterday. The evidence showed tliat deceased was intoxicated when she left her home previous to the accident. A verdict of accidental death was returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

MUSGRAVE HOTEL, \\ RIGHT'S CHEEK Tj;u Aides from Cairns *? -- Travellers will find at the al>ove H )tel the Best of Accommodation and the ^reitest attentl >n to their wanta The Bedrooms are well furnished and ventilated, an Excellent Table is provided and none but the Best Brands of Wines, Spuite, and Beer are kt.pt. Mabhng has been made a speciality, loose boxes being provided, besides a well Fenced Paddock Plenty of feed always in store JAMES HILL, Proprietor TO BUILDERS rrtENDEUS are invited for making Addi -M_ tiona to Mr Dalgleish s Cottage on Esplanade Fa}l particulars and conditions to 1« seen at the Divisional Board OEcc. Tendera close next Tuesday the 29th in~t C UABD1NEB. C E . Architect CAIBNS «JUABTZ CBU8HIMÏ COX PAXY (No-LiahUrty) mESDKBa «re hereby lantedfar Carnage X from Bedbaak to Goldsboroagh of »boat Three Tons of Machinerr (consisting of * Brrdan and Watetwheet Centre, *c ) for the abor« Company, and now lying an Messrs. Banu, Philp and Co.'a Wharf Tendera ...

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Cairns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

Cairns Progress Association. A MEETING of the above association was held on Tuesday evening. Present—Messrs. D. Patience (in the chair). T. C. Allen, R. J. Garton, A. Grant. A. A. Wall, W. C. Smith, S. L. S. Rodda, F. T. Wimble, and S. Coch- rane. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The inward correspondence, consisting of a letter from the Acting-Commissioner for Railways, acknowledging receipt of letter snggesting the short section scheme, was read and received. Mr. Wimble in laying before the meeting the result of his recent journey as delegate of the association said :—I have much plea- sure in reporting to you the result of my visit to the Tinaroo and Walsh districts. where, as your delegate, I have conferred with the Progress Associations and Divi- sional Boards of those districts with the view of obtaining their co-operation in agitating for the early commencement of the railway by means of a short first section. It gives ??? as throughout the many, i...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. October IG.-Fitzroy, sai.. Capt. Nightin* gall, from S¿ dney, via Brisbane and porta. Paaaengers-^Mrs. Kearn, Mrs. Fog« and 2 children. Misa Mackin, Messrs. G. Boas, Ihllon, Ayton, und 15 ia steerag?. Octiber Iti.-Archer, as.. Capt. Morris, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas Mugers-Xn. Willianu. Messrs. C. Palmer» sion, St. George Bro»no. Williams, and 7in steerage. Oi-tolier 19-Fitiroy, ¡u., Capt. Nightin gali, from Cooktown. Passengers - Mrs. «/onion, ' Mr. and Mn. Hook, and 13 in s.cerage. October l8.-Archer, a.s" Capt. Morris, from Cooktown. ' -> October 19.-Corea, ss., Capt. M'Grath. from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers - Mr. W. Dalgleish, and 3 in steerage. October 19.-Governor Blackall, s.s , Capt. A. M'Lrnn, from Sydney, Tia Brisbane and ports. 1'aMengers-7 in steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

THEAUSrRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY". The company's steamers leave this port e\ory Thursday for Northern Ports, and every Saturday evening for Southern Ports *or fares and rates of freight apply at the "oaiptny's own office at » harf. m * "UBXS. PHILP and CO., Limited. _______^ Aleuts. mire S.S. "ZEUS."-Cuptain lnnes, -?- Leaves the wharf «»err Thursday, manu«,' to meerthe incoming, and everV baturdajr evening, to meet ouWiuj MmI ¿reamer»; »ud ¡cure» every Wednesday and Saturday luonungs for Swallow'* mad átew Open Tor cnarter ana excursion«. * ~ BUSHS. PHILP and CO. Agents. THt (rasU Monal Buk, Incorporated under " The Companies Act," lstój. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OP QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... ¿1,000,000 Paid-up Coital .. ... 300,000 Bederre Fund ... ... 1%,000, Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits st Current Bates. Dralts i-suod on Head Ußice, Brandies and Agents. Advances .lade .igainst Tin and other Produce. and...

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IMPORTS. EX ARCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

IM TORTS. Ex Abcbeb. I Consigned to L. Severin.-2 hoses shc^t ghiss, *¿ cases chairs, 1 do fancy goods, 2 casks »tump caps, 1 case brackets, 1 bundle rod copper, 1 case murólo mirrors, 2 large chests drawers, 2 medium do, 2 small do, 2 cheffoniers, ö safes, 2 packages table tops, 3 do leg», l do cheffonier backs, 1 do sideboard do, 1 do sofa do, 1 sofa, 2 cases sewing ma- chines, 1 do sundries, 1 do v&ruUn, ¿1 kngtus t-teani pipes, n0 drums oil. Ex GoVEMfOE Blackall Miscellaneous.-- water wheel centres. 1 kuuare shaft, 3 parcels blocks, 2'auatts, 1 benian pan, 6 bottoms for pan,"! dray, 1 1 ale, 2 polleys. 1 cro«u wheel, I case ma- chinery, 25 empty hhds, G drums, 12 euipry hhds, 2 pan-els lithas, 1 dray.-Burn*. Philp aad Co., agents. Es Fitzroy. Consigned to A. Taylor and Co.-1 druin vautier*. 1 ca.-ê safe, 5 drums Stockholm tar, 5 do coal do. Consigned to Jack and Newell, Herberton. -3, case« cheese. - .> ." .-... 'Consigned to Barns. Philp an 1 Co.-1 casi sundries, 3 b...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 October 1884

DEPARTURES. October 16.-Fitawy, a.*., Capt. Xightin gall, .for Cooktown.' Faaseuger-I steerage. . October J6.-Archer," B3., Cupt. Morris. fir Cooktown. Passengers-Sub-Inspector Isley, Messrs. X'Lean, and. Feez. October IS.-Fitzroy, s.«.. Cupt, Xightin X'aasemjera-Jtcsars; Rovie. UrinsmeaA. 11. S-lig, Ayton, J. ""Stein,"Emmett, Quinn, B aden. Bankin, Davis, and li in steerage. October IS.-Archer, s.a., Capt. Morriu, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-Mr. Delaney, and several steerage. October 2D.-Corea, soi., Capt. M'Grath, for Thursday Island, via Cooktown. October 20.-GovernorBIackall, s."!.,Capt. A. M'Lean. for Sydney, via Brisbane ami ports-- .-Passengers - Mrs.. O.'Keefe,. Miss Dictius, Master Dictaos, Messrs. Inglis, N«ill, Burton,* Baker, Silver,'Heeps, H, Barr.'and 7 in st«-erng-\

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SUPPLEMENTARY ANNUAL LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

SUPPLEMENTARY ANNUAL, JL1ST SUPPLEMENTARY ASMJAL LIST of V"0119 el-ttming to have their names; in aarted» the Annual Electoral List for the Electoral Dutnct of Cook within that p-rfon whereof I net as Clerk of Petty &-«««.,__" c,ERIÎIOTON. Clerk «f Petty Session's for the Police Dutrict of Cairns at Herberton D-ited that 7th day of October. 1SS4_ C1 nation and Surname > Residence Where property Quakficaation. situated or bow claim insin ' Al boson. Harry j Irvinebank . iMtrkel, James do lark«. Ralph * Carns 1 arnea John | Irvinebank ltatmtrtoa-Cleorgw I do ISerryan.u>rSiaiiiuel " «1» Boden Kbenexer 3 * * Cairns Honiton. Thomas S ' «Io Boyd. Charles H d> Bradbury. George Irvmobank Br.wn J. ha ^ Uullard. Frederick Cairns Hunting. Joseph A, _ * » do Byrnes. Martin ,l° Cameron, Willum , do Collins. John - >? ?" * Herberton Collopy.Jamas0 _ . Carns C>rlvtt. Samuel Irvinebank Cmi*. Robert Cairns Curry. £oba>__ " I Irvinebank -MeetsnvlhmBs"-«-f-frr*n**«Bir Ihnecn,...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

MELBOURNE, October SS. Collections were made on toksuf of the Melbourne Medical Charity in the workshops o» Saturday, and in the shurrsKw on Sunday. The sum col- lected amounted to £4700, being £000 more than the collections of last yea:. Special services were held in the Jewish Synt^ogue on Sunday to com- memorate the hundredth anniversary of Sir-Moaes Monte!ore's hirth. Octobkr 29. Thirty acceptances have been re eerv*dtWta«MdB«urs»Cup.; : ^~'~J

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

SYDNEY, October 20. The Commercial Bank at Bowral was broken into on Thursday night, and all the silver plate belonging to the manager vas stolen. The burglars, however, failed to open the strong room safe. The centenary of the birth of Sir Moses Montefiore was celebrated to- day at the Jewish Synagogue. - z - October' 271 Archbishop Moran, speaking at the opening of a school at Waverley on Sunday, characterised the present system of State education in New South Wales as an act of robbery, s*RSjas»»sjÉa»ig22î uESaataw-Ma^saw^ss»^ aa^ - - r '.-'OwasBa ?»».. A destructive fire broke, out early this morning at Mesara. Hudson Broa. railway carriage works at Redfern, and was not subdued until damage to the extent of about £00U) had been done. Over £tO00 worth of carriages and trucks were destroyed. Messrs. Hud- son Brothers are totally uninsured. The Legislative Assembly passed the Loan Bill yesterday through att its stages. » - The English cricket team arrived at Adelaide this morning. ...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. (FEOÜ OCK OWS C'CBlKSroXIfEXT.) Pabliabk*« Lsr beon 'occupied chiefly wiA the Land Bill still during the hist week. That measure is now making some progress through Committee, but it has been con- siderably altered ; the amendments, how- ever, being introduced by the Minister for Lands himself, or by Ministerial supporters. The principal amendments made during the past week were:-first one-reducing the minimum rent to be paid by the pastoral lessees from £1 to 10s per square mile for the first five years of their leases ; another reducing the minimum rent of grazing selections from three half-pence to three farthirgs per acre ; and another-providing that all land is to be surveyed befe re being thrown open to selection, and then to be selected in blocks as surveyed. The fir-t two amendments render it still more doubt- ful than it was before, whether any addi- tional revenue will be derived from the Und under this Bill, as it will be in the power of the Land Boar...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [rsoM or« ows coaaiwroKDKST.'j BRISBANE, October 27. Special services, largely attended hy- the Hebrew community, were held yesterday at the Jewish Synagogue in celebration of the hundredth anniver- sary of the birth of Sir Moses Monte- fiore. October 28. II.M.S. Nelson left here yesterday for New Guinea. October -"'? The Chang Chow, from Sydney to Hong Kong, struck on Breaksea Spit yesterday and began filling rapidly. The captain succeeded in beaching her »car Saudy Cipe, where »he noiv lies full of water. AU hand» were safely landei. October 2i>. PARLIAMENTARY. Legislative Assembly. Yesterday. Mr. T. Campbell, junior member for Cook, presented a. petition from the in- habitants of Port Douglas, praj ing for a permanent survey of the Port Douglas route of the railv» ay from Herberton to the ooau.t. ana for tenders to be called for so as to compare the cort-oi the Port Douglas with the Cairns line. The Land Hill una revumed in Com- mittee and clause» 5:1 to 59 wer...

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IMPORTS. EX ELAMANG. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

"- IMPORTS. ."" Ki Elawano. I Cin-u^ftvt* to T*. St. venn.-1 cab». bedstea-la, I bundle bol tinr, 1 eise «are mattre**. 1 cm-ic yU^sM» 1 bandle w »nie*, 6 cam»! pUranued iron, 1 neat cages, 1 roll netting-, 2 druitvt patty, i co*** hard watc, 1 cx-k, 1 cusk earthoawan.1. Conaifnad to A Taylor tntl Co -5 case* iron. S auk« hardware, I cw*. . tugotfl na. I (Mae p-trc-1 baxdwaiv, li>drom- coal tur, 1 Acre« jack. ¿Q k«*s white lead. 2 «Ia red jo. l do ¿null trot**. *» dnima oil. £ bara iron. - case* »aila, 1 do átalo*, 1 «te un«. I cisk ^ílroiLtfMHl ware ConaiKned to H. I>- Hob-on.-» b j« fliur, SCO I bags flour. 1 paper ptrcel. C<msi*rtred to ii Seti¿.-10 c&vrs roercbandia*. 1 do fitnpowiter. 7 »Io earthenware, 1 do ax***, I do WMtaaV 10 do 'keruaem*. Con~i)Ci.ed to J MiciunLiru-1 c*v-*e pictures Comwiied to R. Cmii? -1 case crockery, t baie» tobacco» CoBA^sad to R. J. Gorton.-2 linds ale. Ex \Yaekk*ïo. CousiKiu^d to Ksmon ami Co -4 Illili* cut ben »rare. I oa*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

-IHK, QUEERS-HOTEL milla HOTEL l»ujsB«b**R bails, fitted -X -sasdfarsssasd estaba tawsal of-à-First cltaa MetfosjoUsaa HoteL - It- is' situated ia tbe asaatesBtad^esalest, and healthiest site ia .CsekaectsC^JTae Wsdsaosas are large, . wea vyatibited, sad fttted witb a view to ..axiiatprt, the Piases; roo» aed Parlors being "lefts, coal, ead iligsatly furnished. The Ballard Boons raaks iSMBg.the largest in the North, aad coe tains one of Alcock* best tables. ,. The .proprietor is determined susteis'hs'^ieputatioa'by keeping only the beat brands of Wl.iïS, Snarrs, Atas, Ac., IB (|MvavaUt*t^.<lT. Bayis«; ?naaticBlBJ'.atten Uoa i» the Cains«, sad by sarona* 4b» best etlawtAleBee m-isurahle T^rii^^r'.f^wrir-^* -"-.^-is^awt sa'ssse a» ad by sscnriaw tbe best lav lee Assasably Bous* tawt^sens-sasat, sad is fSjralr^.Jaitasa aad public The ifsiinsîî Bskoay, wbiêbis "eanCaf; sawêae frasa the ? sa eaesM-t view of tbe ' to wa, the harKoar. and the norths ra-eonntry. ' CcBVeaúWtatath ...

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POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and R. A. Kingsford, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

TOLICE COURT. (Before W. B. O. Hill, Esq.. P.M.. and R. A. Kmtt£?ordUKK|.. ¿-Si*._ £iC>. Deiead&nt pleaded not indebted. The Bench, however, found a verdict for plain- tiff for £35, and coat» ¿2 5b 6d (Before \V. K. O. Hill, Esq.. P.M.) £. C. Thomas, charged with drunkenness, and fined -UM or forty-eight hours in the lock- up. _ Dickiiu (postmaster) t. Ferguson. In this case the defendant who was charged with tlamaifing the telograph line, pleaded gnilty, and «as ordered to pay 4s 6d, the amount of damage done. . Amoaz the carpo of the Citr of Melbourne which left last night for the Sooth were 106) t tons of sugar and 3E» tona o f. tin. .The sugar was mostly from Hambledon plantation, with a small shipment from Hap "Wah plantation. Mr. Chester, Police Magistrate at Thurs- day Island, was a passenger by the City of Melbourne from that '«lt"d to Cooktown. From Cooktown he will proceed B3 represen- tative of Queensland to New Guinea on board one of the ship* of war sow bound...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

%M-iCwIl AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. KF.DUCTIOS IS FAKES. "E1EOM 1st May proximo. Saloon and ._ Steerage Fana, by, the Company's Weekly Mail Steamer*.'between Brisbane, Rockhampton. Mackay, Bowen. Towns- ville. Duugenees, Cardwell. Johnstone Kiver. r.'iirn->. l'urt Douglas, and Cooktown, will he reduced FIFTY VEIS CENT. BUJtSS. fUILP and CO.. | Agents. April gfi. 1^4., _ AUSTEALAS1AN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY*. REDUCTION* OF FAKES BETWEEN MUSBANB ANO SYDNEY. THE FARES by the above Company be- tween Brisbane and Sydney ara SE- DUCED TWENTY-FIVE FSB CENT. (¿51. * For particiOara, apply . BUttJíS. FllitiP and CO.. Agents. TO ISYEfsTOttS..CAPITALISTS. AND JOHN ~M A C N A M A RA. Government and General Auctioneer. . YALUATOK and LAND AGENT. TSefereneea-^Q. 3C. B-ihk. Cairns. drank of Jh.gla.nd, REV. O. Ii. F. NOBBS will (d.v.) con- duct Divine Service at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. in the Chnrch. Abbott-street. BEV. K. T. LLOYD will (d.t.) conduct Diriae Service in Primitive Meth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE. THE BACEHORSE JOHN MACNAMARA has received in .' ructions from the owner to sell by auction, at his Yards. Lake-street, Cairns. ON SATURDAY, at 11.30, immediately before the Great Land Sale of Esplanade Allotment«, which ii at IS o'clock. On account of Chirle* O'Loau, Esq. BEGNAÜD-Bay gelding, w year«, ha* great muscular power, with fine points, strong broad bone, superior action and car- nage, and has (rood t< mper. HUB QoIdaborottKh by Fireworks, the air* of Wheel of Fortune, and other cele- brated «innen. Dan-Cinderella by Flying Pieman, im- ported. Fall pedigree see Stnd Book. This horse han just finished training after winning the Cairns Jockey Club Handicap, twating Hippy. Lord Loftus, and others in «wry Cast tame, and is only being aoM on pursuits. Prior to the sale the horse may be in- spected at Mr. Maurice Fox's stables, at the rear of the Hotel. The instruction» received by the Aue ti meer are peremptory » ao that buyers may fely on the h...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

Cable Messages. {TUOU OC£ OW2T COREESPOXDEns.) LONDON, October 27. A monster demonatratiou was held. yesterday in Hyde Park by the sup- porters of the Liberal Party, when re- solutions were adopted in favour of the abolition of the House of Lords. It is estimated that fully 10i),0UU people took part in the demonstration, which wa» orderly throughout. * , ; PARIS, Ocroiirt 26. M. Jules Ferry stated in the Legis sponse to the application of the French Commander-in-chief in China, strong reinforcements would shortly be sent to Tonquin and Formosa. t October 27. The further diftCUsMtm of the Réci- diviste Bill in the Senate, resulted m a considerable modification of the mea- sure by the choice of settlements to which criminals are to be deported being left to the Government instead of T*in<j fixed by the Chambers.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 October 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVAIS. j «KToDer xJ.-Warrego, «j.. Capt. Phillips, from Bjd&V, »*L tirwfcaaeand part*. cVtuUr vi-Elaman*, »j., Capt. T. A. Laka, from Sjribujt, tis Brf.Uia» awl ports. r*.w«w Mr«, buchanan and S ciuldran. Jin. flanm aad S eliU d.-Ju. Mm. iV. loos,, «ad t ctuklnn. Mu» lo». Mia* A. .-halLi,. ATM.». W. *. O. Kill. O. Ale lanifer. 3. Levy. W*. H. l'ait, Q. Ultvli. F. Cullen. A. FmijiIi. F. JX AUUtfur. w. Iaoc.4. ti. ¡»mitti. W.U. Berrj, J J Uns **. itaanll. J. furkir, H. Attiite. mi ki iii «tasias». - ~ OcLibrr -"-Wiri»,», »j.. Capt. riiitlip«. from CdoluwiL ¿«««nferc-M¿*<». Feez, Smith, and IO is *(.»<-**.. cie ..her g.-n.uting-. 3J.. f»»t.T. A. Laka, from Couk »urn. Px.-«eu<erj-Mre. Prior and tf children, Mc r.. F_ r. Wimble, T. C. Allen. J. Wime, and 3 ia «uife - - - - etatoL^r £5.-AnA-ton, s.a., Capt. Aarons from «V.irt lAiug-tari. OriùKx s7.-Alexandra, u, Capt. Thorpe, from Kronor, tia Jtrnhtn» sad sorts. - Ocu bar ¡ff.-c'ic» of...

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