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AUSTRALIAN.

/ [REUTER’S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT. ] The Botomahana Aground. Melbourne, Yesterday. The steamship Rotomahana, which started yesterday afternoon for the Bluff, grounded in the Yarra, and has not yet been got off. Part of her cargo is : no# being transhipped into lighters, "and it is expected that she will float off ' with to-night’s tide. So far as is known, she has sustained no injury. Produce. Wheat: Shipping is in fair demand at 4s rod to 6s; moderate enquiry for ' malting barley at 3s pd to 4s 2d ; New Zealand oats are in good demand at 3s • lid to 4s 3d for feeding qualities, and 4s 4d to 4s sd for milling oats. The Hawthorne Accident. All persons who were injured at the ' recent railway accident are progressing • favorably. . The Transit. The weather is cloudy to-night, and it-is considered doubtful whether the transit of Venus will be visible from the Victorian station to-morrow morning. Wool. Melbourne, To-day. Messrs Goldsborough and Co., Limited, report that at their wool sale : yesterday, 4,000 bales were sold. Greasy sorts ruled from yd to and washed from i6d to 22^d. Gone Back to Work Sydney Yesterday. The strike of wharf lumpers has terminated, the men having agreed to return to work at their former wages.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 812, 7 December 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 812, 7 December 1882

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