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AUSTRALIAN.

[l>mi UEUTEU’s AOUNUY.] Sir Julius’ Mission.

Melbourne, Yesterday. Sir Julius Vogel, who was passenger by the steamer Austral, which arrived yesterday, represents the Australian Electric Light, Power, and Storage Company. Produce Market. Malting barley is steady, but not in active demand, at 5s 2d to 53 4d. The wheat market is depressed. Shipping wheat is quoted at 6s Bd. New Zealand oats are dull at 4s to 4s 2d for feeding, and 4s 3d to 4s 3d for milling sorts. The Tea Market. Melbourne, To-day. The market for the new season teas is animated. On the Qui Vive. In the Legislative Assembly last night a vote of Li 20,000 for defence purposes was passed in Committee of Supply. The Government have since telegraphed to England for the gunboats, which are to form part of a scheme of defence. Home Again. Sydney, Yesterday. Edward Trickett, oarsman, arrived here to-day from England in the steamship Garonne. He was warmly welcomed, and was presented with a testimonial and a purse of 300 sovs. Resumed Work. Sydney, To-day. The Australian Agricultural Company’s miners have yielded to the terms proposed by the manager, and the strike at Newcastle has terminated, and work will probably be resumed at the mine next week.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 675, 29 June 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 675, 29 June 1882

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