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  • (From the London Standard, October 11.) NEWMARKET, TUESDAY NIGHT.

    A more attractive bill of fare for what me New-market people justly term the Grand Day of their October meetings could not well have been sent forth. It comprised three matches and three ...
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  • PORT PHILLIP.

    AUSTRALIA FELIX!—Father call the province Australia Infolix, for idle quarrels, and vesatious bickerings are all the records which are placed before the public through ... [Article] (153 words)
  • SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    WE have received by the Dorset, our files of the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER and ADELAIDE OBSERVER to the 3rd instant. The recently published Despatches between ... [Article] (1579 words)
  • INTRODUCTION OF THE BUDE LIGHT IN ST. JAMES'S CHURCH.

    The introduction of the Bude Light in St. James' Church is finally determined upon, the various experiments which have been recently made before the Bishop, and several other ... [Article] (676 words)
  • CITY COUNCIL.

    At a Mooting of the City Council yesterday, Alderman Flood in tho chair, a Petition was presented by Councillor Agars, from the inhabitants of Gipps Ward, praying ... [Article] (1042 words)
  • SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE.

    Saturday.—There was no business done here this day. His Honor Mr. Justice Burton, having waited about twenty minutes, adjourned the Court till Monday. Messrs. W. C. Botts and ... [Article] (1395 words)
  • INSOLVENT COURT. PROOF OF CLAIMS.

    SATURDAY, FEB. 24.—Before the Chief Commissioner. In the estate of Joseph and Henry Moore, trading under the firm of Henry Moore, a second ... [Article] (258 words)
  • APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES.

    The following Insolvents intend to apply for their Certificates:— On 29th February next: Joseph Aarons, Robert Osborne, Robert Stewart. Duncan ... [Article] (325 words)
  • ORIGINAL CORRESPONDING AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURE AND ARTS. HOGS AND WAX CANDLES. To the Editors of the Australian.

    GENTLEMEN,—The printed account of the formation of the Australian Society of Agriculture and Arts notices the fact that lard is convertible into spermaceti and oil ... [Article] (510 words)
  • NEW INSOLVENTS.

    The following estates were sequestrated on last Saturday:— John Webber Millett, of Castlereagh street, Sydney, builder, Execution by the Sheriff ... [Article] (314 words)
  • MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. THIS DAY, FEB, 27.

    John Hosking, an adjourned third meeting, at ten. William Samuell, an adjourned second meeting, at eleven. Thomas Gore and Co., a special meeting, at two. Henry Moore, teacher, a special ... [Article] (69 words)
  • "NOS. DOU TURBA SUMUS."—OVID. To the Editor of the Australian.

    SIR,—Your corrospondont 'ALIQUIS, in yesterday's publication, has certainly depicted some of the most grievous of our City nuisances ; but as I think he has not colored ... [Article] (455 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. PARRAMATTA.

    THE DISTRICT COUNCIL.—The Council hold a Meeting at their Chambers on Saturday, but it being only for the purpose of deciding on the tenders for the supply of ... [Article] (542 words)

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