||Sd**r'b TELEGRAMS— copyright. ] ' The Late Bank Bobbery. Launceston, Yesterday. Bank notes to the value of L. 2,000 have been found in the bush near the icene of the robbery of the branch
Bank of Tasmania, at Beaconsfield, in July last. The Mails. Sydney, Yesterday. Arrived, yesterday Pacific mail steamship Zealandia, from Auckland, i Shipping i Sailed fronqNewcastle, this morning i 'Tekapo, s.s., for Wellington. Sailed, to-day—Hauroto, s.s., for Wellington. The Contingent. Private telegrams to hand announce the arrival of the New South Wales contingent at Handoub, all well. I The Markets. I New Zealand wheat has advanced I to as 6d; New Zealand oats to 2s 2d. I Maize has declined to 3s, Sugar I Company’s No. 1 pieces remain at L 26. A Convention. I Brisbane, yesterday I A Convention is now sitting here I to discuss the question of the separa- I tion of Northern from Southern I Queensland. All the delegates present are representatives of northern dis-1 tricls. (Received April 11, 3 40 p.m.) I , Russian War Ye?sels.S I Melbourne, Tc-day. I ' The Victorian Government having I made enquiries as to the alleged pre-1' sence of Russian war vessels at the I Cape, Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor J of Cape Colony, telegraphs a reply that c Six men-of-war belonging to Russia 1 j left Capetown at the end of February, j a the ostensible destinations being Europe J and India, I
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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1511, 11 April 1885
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1511, 11 April 1885
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