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MmvuouiiNn, Oct. 10.

A daughter of Governor Bowen has been married to a son of William Williams, a member of the Victorian Legislative Council.

A strong agitation exists in favor of a reprieve for fawrsnce, the murderer, A

crowded meeting at the Town Hall ap 3 pointed a deputation to wait on the Govenior. A lengthy discussion is taking place in the Assembly on the subject. The press is favorable to a reprieve. The Legislative Council are sitting in Committee on Sir C. Sladen’s Reform

Bill. SYDNEY, Oct. 10. The Trades Union Congress have passed resolutions against Chinese immigration. A rri ved - ma. Sailed—City of Sydney.

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 7, 11 October 1879

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