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AUSTRALIAN

(Per Renters Agency.) Kickists for New Zealand. Melbourne, April 4. The Australian team of footballers will play their first match against the Victorians on the 7 ill May. They proceed on a tour through New Zealand on 4th of June. Illness of the Marquis of Nomanby. His Excellency the Marquis of Normanby is suffering from an attack of fever and ague. Mr Graham Berry will consequently preside at the meeting of the Executive Council to be held tomorrow. Legislators’ Squabbles. Mr Munro, M.L A., was violently assaulted by Mr Sergeant, M.L.A., in public to-day, and the latter has since been arrested. Railway Extension. Brisbane, April 4.

Tenders for the construction of the railway between this city and Sandgate watering-place, about fourteen miles distant, have been received, and the lowest, at L 38.634, accepted.

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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