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; [PER RBUTER’s AGENCY.] i Getting Well. f M exbourne, Yesterday. | All the smallpox patients at the Quarantine Station are now progressing favorably. Cable Interrupted. Adelaide, Yesterday, jThe (Overland telegraph line to Port Diarwin' is interrupted. j Ship Ashore. (Melbourne, To-day. {rams are to hand reporting that a large tship, name unknown, is ashore in Wanratah Bay, on the Southern coast of this colony. The vessel’s position is, however, stated to be not dangerous. The Garonne. The first and second class passengers per the Garonne will be released from quarantine to-day. |Death of a Colonel of Volunteers. i Colonel Anderson, Commandant of the Victorian Volunteers, is dead. The Case of the Wotonga. {Sydney, To-day. The certificate of Captain McLean, oij the steamship Wotonga, has been suspended by the Marine Board for three months. The case of the m ate will be ’decided by the Board to-day.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 542, 24 January 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 542, 24 January 1882

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