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AUSTRALIAN.

[Per Reuter’s Agency.) The Markets. Sydney, Oct. 29. Hennessy’s brandy in case, 355. Gd. to 355. 9d. ; New Zealand oats, per 401 b., Is. 9d. to 2s. ; maize, per 601 b., 2s. Id. to 2s. 2d. ; candles, D. R. J.’s, per lb., 7|d. to Bd. The Cup. Melbourne, Oct. 29. Mr. Field’s British Workman is scratched for the Cup. Ned Kelly Sentenced to Death. After two days’ trial Ned Kelly has been found guilty of the charges made against him, and sentence of death has been passed. There were no witnesses for the defence. The Nautilus. Melbourne, Oct. 30. It is stated to be probable that the German war ship Nautilus, now in port, will visit Auckland at an early date. Wheat. Adelaide. Oct. 29. The price of wheat per bushel is 4s. 6d. The tone of the wheat market is generally quiet. Town flour, LlO 10s. to LlO 15s. per ton ; country flour, L 9 10s. to L9l2s. 6d. Freight to London—steamers, 455. ; sailing, vessels, 30s. Freight to the United Kingdom, 40s. ; from out ports, 425. 6d. The tone of freights is firm. Back Again. Adelaide, Oct. 30. Sir Arthur Kennedy, Governor of Queensland, who has been on a visit to England, is a passenger per the steamship Cotopaxi, which arrived here yesterday from Plymouth.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 180, 30 October 1880

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 180, 30 October 1880

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