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  • Classified Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (286 words)
  • COMMISSARIAT TENDERS. Contract for Convict Supplies.

    NOTICE is hereby given that the Assistant Commissary General will receive Sealed Tenders at his office until 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, the 12th inst., ... [Article] (268 words)
  • Shipping Intelligence.

    ARRIVED.—On the 28th ult., the ship Pyrences, 700 tons, Eagles, master, from London. Passengers Dr. M[?]roy, Surgeon Superintendent; Mr. Barr, Religious Instructor; and 2 Warders, 293 ... [Article] (184 words)
  • THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Voxpbpuli, vox Dei." FRIDAY, JULY 4,1851.

    The convict-ship Pyrenees arrived on Saturday last, having sailed from London on the 7th and Torbay on the 30th March thus giving us a fortnight's later European ... [Article] (446 words)
  • [?]omestic Sapings and Doings.

    During the last week several changea hare taken place in appointments in the Government offices. Those which have reference to the Convict Establishment, we observe, have not been noticed ... [Article] (1182 words)
  • Fremantle.

    At about half past 7 o'clock on the evening of the 26th ult., an attack was made on the house of Mrs Lewis, by a man throwing a brick-bat at one of the lower windows and afterwards attempting ... [Article] (203 words)
  • Quarter Sessions.

    James Rudge was charged with burglary in the house of Joseph Worth, at Fremantle. Joseph Worth deposed that between 11 ...
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    [Article] (1519 words)
  • York.

    June 30.—The Mackie Bridge will be completed this day, and a very satisfactory structure it is, one that does Mr F. Gregory good credit. We hope the government will entrust him with the ... [Article] (72 words)

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