Dunedin, Thursday, 5 p.m. Melbourne advices are favorable to holders of flour. A successful performance has been given at the theatre for the benefit of the widows and orphans of those lost in the City of Dunedin. The upper black beacon in Otago harbor has been carried away. A man named George Sharp perished in a snow storm at Hindon. The police are praised for the clever precautions taken in arresting Everest and Davis. The racehorse Fisherman is dead. The Queen of India arrived at Melbourne from London in 86 days. Payable gold has been struck at the new lead at Forbes, N.S.W.
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LATEST TELEGRAMS., Press, Volume VII, Issue 826, 23 June 1865
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Press, Volume VII, Issue 826, 23 June 1865
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