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AUSTRALIAN.

[per rf.uter’s agency.] Produce. Melbourne, Yesterday. Malting barley is dull, at 5s 4d to 5 s sd. The wheat market is firm. Shipping wheat has advanced to 6s fid, and New Zealand oats are rather weaker, at 4s id to 4s 3d for feeding, and 4s 3d to 4s 5d for milling. War Risks. A war risk is now demanded by the English insurance companies ol one half per cent., and not, as previously stated, 5 per cent. The Grafton Bank Sticking-Up Case. Sydney, Yesterday. Mcßride and his two accomplices, named Savage and Wilcox, were brought up at the Grafton Police Court to-day, on a charge of robbing the Australian Joint-Stock Bank at that city. Mcßride, accountant of the Bank, was committed for trial. One of the accomplices named Savage was acquitted. Wilcox, who previously turned informer, gave evidence for the prosecution, and stated that he and Mcßride planned the robbery of the Bank.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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