(Pet Renter's Agency.) New Zealanders in Australia, Melbourne, Nov. 11. Seventy ladies and gentlemen, New Zealand colonists, held a banquet. Judge Gillies occupied the chair, Messrs. Peacock and Ueid; being vice-chairmen. Numerous toasts were proposed and , a most enjoyable evening spent.
Wreck of a Collier. Sydney, N.ov. 11. Tho Lady Darling, steam collier, has been wrecked while going from Newcastle to Melbourne, it is feared that tho captain and crew have been drowned. The Berxnagui Mystery.
Fifty pounds reward is offered for the elucidation of the Eermagui mystery, there being strong proof that the party have been murdered. A free pardon will he granted to an accomplice becoming Queen’s evidence. Good Sir Henry. Sydney, To-day Sir Henry Parkes addressed the electors of East Sydney last night, when a vote of confidence in him was passed. Saved. The captain and crew of the Lady Darling, wrecked yesterday on the ciast, have been saved.
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