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ARRIVAL OF THE REICHSTAG
The Evening Post August 6th 1874

A fireign ship was signalled in sight this afternoon, and instructions were given to the Taranaki to tow her in if she desired it. About 3pm she was signalled to be in tow, and within the Heads. She is supposed to be the Reichstag, from Hamburg, with nearly 400 immigrants on board.

ARRIVAL OF THE REICHSTAG
The Evening Post August 7th 1874

The Reichstag left Hamburgh (sic) on the 11th April and made the passage to this port in 87 days, arriving yesterday afternoon. She brings 341 immigrants equal to 281 statute adults. One child was born during the voyage and one died. The immigrants were landed on Somes' Island to-day, pending the vacation of the Barracks by their predecessors ex Conflict.

ARRIVAL OF THE REICHSTAG
The Evening Post August 14th 1874

A number of the Reichstag immigrants were landed this afternoon by the Luna from Somes' Island.