[per ieutbr’s agency.] t Pleasant! Melbourne, Saturday. The passer gers of the Garonne, to the number of 300, have been quarantined here. It is believed that a fresh case of small-pox has broken out, but the symptoms of the passenger who is sickening are considered doubtful. Small-Pox. Melbourne, To-day. Two fresh cases of small-pox amongst the Garonne’s passengers have now developed themselves. The other sufferers are progressing favorably towards recovery. The Wolverine. Sydney, To-day. Arrived—H.M.S. Nelson, Commo dore Erskine, to relieve the Wolverine as a flag-ship. Drowned in the Harbor. Three boats capsized in the harbo r
on Saturday last, and two boys were drowned. The Suez Mails. Albany, Saturday. The P. and O. Company’s steamship Khedive with the Suez mails, which left London on Dec. i, arrived in King George’s Sound this moaning. Once Again. Adelaide, Saturday. Arrived, this morning Orient steamer Lusitania, weich left London on Nov. 23.
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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 529, 9 January 1882
AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 529, 9 January 1882
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