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[per reuter’s agency.] The Staff of Life. London, Nov. 23. Australian and New Zealand breadstuffs and are without quotable change.
('per rbuter's agency.] What a Disappointment. Melbourne, Yesterday. It is now stated definitely that Mr W. M. K. Vale, who was a member of the last Berry Ministry, does not intend, as was previously reported, to proceed to New Zealand to practise at the bar in that colony. A Volcanic Outbreak. A report has reached Melbourne day that a volcanic outbreak has occurred in the vicinity of the Snug river, twenty miles from Hobart, and that there has been a tremendous land slip, with various openings, over an area of two miles. Telegrams from Hobart report that there is great excitement there owing to the report, which, however, requires confirmation. The Markets. Adelaide, Yesterday. Wheat, per bushel, ss. The new season’s crop is now quoted for delivery in December at 4s 6d. Town flour has declined 2s 6d per ton during the past week, and is now quoted at Lll 17s 6d. Country brands have fallen to Lro 17s 6d. There is no change in the freight market.
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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 502, 26 November 1881
CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 502, 26 November 1881
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