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AUSTRALIAN.

( Special.) Melbourne, Nov. 25. The Municipal Association of Victoria has requested the Government to continue the vote of £300,000 for twelve months, pending new local government legislation. The Tasmanian hops of last season are all sold, and the greater part of this season’s also ; 2s 3d is asked.

( -ftkniif'i -i j Hvojjtcv, Nov, go. Alexander Stuart, merchant, a rr.pmbor of tlia General Assembly, has been appointed Agent-General in London. • The bushrangers will be tried at Sydney on Monday for the murder of Constable Bowen. Sailed—Hero. Sydney, Nov. 26. Three children on Bowen Fells went shooting. The youngest, aged 4 years, dawdled behind, and the eldest, aged 8, deliberately shot him, imposing silence on his sister, who was present. The Bill to legalize the totalisator was read a first time in the Assembly last night. When the bushrangers arrived at the station it was crowded, and the prisoners. „ were much frightened. The police were cheered by the populace, who cried, “lynch them.” Moonlight said, “Give me a knife, and then see who will lynch.” Moonlight arrived in Auckland by the Black Eagle, in November, 1861. ‘ L Melbourne, Nov. 23. The defendants in the totalisator cases, were fined nominal amounts.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 27, 27 November 1879

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 27, 27 November 1879

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