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AUSTRALIAN .

{Pet Renter's Agency.) Obituary. Melbourne, Feb. 14. News has been received of the death of Colonial Charles Why brow Ligan, formerly commandant of the New Zealand Militia, aged 72. A “Call.” Melbourne, To-day. Government has decided to make a “ call” of the House for Ist of March, when a division on the second reading of the Reform Bill will be taken. WoolMessrs. Goldsborough and Co.’s review of the past wool season shows that 165,000 bales have been catalogued, and 12 2,000 bales sold in Victoria during the season. The total shipments amounted to 285,000 bales, being an increase of 25,000 on last year. Railway Construction. Brisbane, Feb. 14. Tenders has been opened for the construction of a railway between Emerald and Capilla, in the north of this colony. The lowest is at the rate of Li,090 per mile.

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AUSTRALIAN ., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 269, 15 February 1881

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AUSTRALIAN . Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 269, 15 February 1881

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