ARRIVAL OF THE 'AUCKLAND' WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL. [A. portion of the following appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday.] Adelaide, November 10.
The P. and 0. Company's new steamer 'Geelong' arrived at King George's Sound on the 6fch instant. The following are the passengers :—: — For Sydney : Mr. A. Macdonald, aud Mr. W. Shaw. For Melbourne : Capfcaiu and Mrs. Elder, Colonel and Mrs. Cookson, 2 children, and 2 servants ; Mr. Kay, Mrs. C. P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, 2 children, and 2 servants ; Mrs. James Laurence, Mr., Mr 3., and Miss Cirgill, and servants ; Messrs. F. aud A. Walstab, Sampson, Cavanngb, Ronald, Russell, McEwan, Massie, and Day. The following heads of intelligence have been received :—: — Discounts are reduced to four and a half per cent. Wool is three halfpence a pound higher. Consols are quoted at 80 President Johnson his been fired at. The cholera has abated. Money is quoted on che Stock Exchange at 34 to 4. Garibaldi has gone to the Island of Caprera. The tiial of Jefferson Davis is indefinitely postponed. The revenue returns for the quarter ending 30th September show a net increase of £733,000. The Emperor Maximilian has declared that he will never abandon Mexico. A great reform demonstration, in favour of manhood suffrage, has taken place at Leeds. The formal, incorporation of Frankfort, Hesse Cassel, and Nassau with Prussia, has taken place. 'lhe Austrians are handing over the fortresses of Venetia to the French commanders, who are transferring them to the Italian Government. The King of Hanover has protested against the annexation of his kingdom to Piusaia. The treaty of peace was signed on the 4th of October. In America the President is losing hig popularity. General Grant and Mr. Stauton have urged Pi e3ident Johnson to compromise with the Radicals. President Johnson has been hissed and hooted during his tour. Frightful floods have occurred in France. A feaiful famine continues in India. The peace negotiations have been successfully carried out. There are no aigns of further war on the Continent. The new Atlantic cable is still in working order, and the old one is also in use. The commercial news is favourable. Bank rate of discount, four and a half per cent. Consols are eighty-nine. Wool three half-pence higher than last quotations. The Prussian troops have re-entered Berlin in triumphal order, and with grand ceremony. The prospects of the American cotton crop are bad, and prices are advancing in Liverpool and Manchester. At a public meeting at Clerkenwell, at which Mr. Osborne presided, resolutions were passed, declanng that ex-Governor Eyre had been guilty of great cruelty. Mr. Bright has accepted an invitation to a Reform banquet in Dublin. Meetings in favour of Reform continue to be held throughout the kingdom. The G. Y. Brooke lifeboat has been launched, and some eloquent speeches were delivered on the occasion. The London North- Western Railway Goods Station has been burnt. The 1033 is estimated ab £90,000. A terrific explosion has occurred in Chatham dockyard, whereby two p raons have been killed and thirty injured. The Doncaster St. Leger was won by Lord Lyou ; Severnak second ; Knight of the Cre a cent third. Lord Lyon also won the Grand Duke Michael Stakes at Newmarket— Kuight of the Crescent second. American news says that the Radicals met President Johnson in his tour through the United States with cries bf " Traitor." The Canadian Parliament has voted a hundred aud thirby-four thonsaud dollars for tbp purpose of preparing against another Feuian invasion, which is spoken of. More troop 3 have been sent for. Revolutions have broken out in Catalonia and Cordova. The Gorman population of Austria are taking steps to pieserve their connection with Germany. An obstiuate engagement has taken place between the Cretan ai my and the Turks and Egyptian*, in which the former were defeated with a loss of three thousand. The Circassians are again in arms. In Bombay, rice is in great demand, and at famine prices. The Asiatic bank has stopped pay.nenfc. The 'Shenandoah has arrived at Bombay. The Bishop of Calcutta has beeu drowned, and his body has not yet been recovered.
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ARRIVAL OF THE 'AUCKLAND' WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL. [A. portion of the following appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday.] Adelaide, November 10., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXII, Issue 2912, 24 November 1866
ARRIVAL OF THE 'AUCKLAND' WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL. [A. portion of the following appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday.] Adelaide, November 10. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXII, Issue 2912, 24 November 1866
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