This man (Stephen, who was arrested for the murder of a Chinaman in Bourke street, Melbourne, out of which several trials have already taken plaee, has been discharged. It is reported in Melbourne that Mauritius ports have been declared infected on account of smallpox. The following quantities of breadstuffs have been delivered in Sydney this week:—22-"> tons of flour from Victoria; 076 tons flour, 260 tons wheat from South Australia ; and 66 tons wheat from New Zealand.
A boat containing the captain and wife, stewardess, and nine of the crew of the barque Brazos arrived at Woody Island, near Maryborough, yesterday. The party had been nine days at sea. The Brazos, which was bound from Newcastle to Hongkong, with a cargo of coal, was wrecked on a coral reef 500 miles north-east of Sandy Cape. Another boat with the mate and five of the crew is still missing.
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Australian., Evening Star, Issue 7940, 22 June 1889
Australian. Evening Star, Issue 7940, 22 June 1889
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