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  • SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED.

    October 25.—Alma, three mailed schooner, from Valparaiso, 30th July: Wanderer, brig, from Sydney, 12th instant, with six steerage passengs; Royal Shephad, a.s.s., from Launceston, 24th instant, with 16 cabin and ... [Article] (189 words)
  • COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening.

    Gold remains £3 15s. per ounce. ... [Article] (15 words)
  • MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL. Argus Office, Saturday Evening.

    Export entries were passed at the Customs to-day for 24,635¼ ounces of gold; 23, 112 ounces of which were for shipment per Heather Bell, for London; 1,460⅓ ounces for the Almora, for Bombay; and 62¾ ounces ... [Article] (135 words)
  • MELBOURNE CARTAGE REPORT. Saturday, 25th October, 1856.

    A little alteration has taken place in the rates of cartage. Horse drays can now be obtained at lower rates, especially for long trips, but the demand for bullock teams is still greater than the supply. ... [Article] (58 words)
  • MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. Saturday, 25th October, 1856.

    Gold remains at 75s. 6d., with a brisk demand but rather short supply. The escorts for the week are full, and us the dry season advances we may expect the quantity to keep up. ... [Article] (267 words)
  • MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Evening.

    During the past week we have to record a steady active business in nearly all descriptions of imported goods. Country orders have come in kriskly, and a reduction in rates of cartage having been made, an ... [Article] (663 words)
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  • THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES SANDHURST, TUESDAY, OCT. 28, 1856. STRENGTHENING OUR INTEREST.

    The public of this district are of course aware that when Dr. Owens—who has been returned as one of the members for the Loddon—was brought forward as a candidate, the Committee which was ... [Article] (1367 words)
  • SCOUNDRELISM RAMPANT.

    In our issue of yesterday we announced the capture of the consummate scoundred Turner, aliasrel urulrel Turner, alias Gipsy Smith. We are glad to be ableeto stato that the worthy alluded to in the subjoined extract has ... [Article] (889 words)
  • MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.)

    The late Rush on Bendigo Flat is increasing, several new parties having set in yesterday. As far as we have been enabled to learn, all the claims will pay for sinking, but from several some very ... [Article] (253 words)
  • SYDNEY GOLD FIELDS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Turon River, October 10th, 1856.

    Since 1 last wrote you, things on the Turon have taken rather a favorable turn. New ground is continually being opened, in most cases with good results, not like those of former years but ... [Article] (500 words)
  • MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.

    A difficulty on this subject has occurred at Creswick Creek. The lead at Sulky Gully runs, it appears, into ground the property of Mr. W. J. T. Clarke. A deputation was sent to Melbourne to ... [Article] (891 words)
  • DUNOLLY.

    The following graphic and humorous letter from a young man who had been for several years a Bendigo digger, and who joined in the rush to Dunolly, will be read with general interest; not ... [Article] (648 words)
  • MELBOURNE GOSSIP. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) October 25th, 1856.

    The elections are now for the most part over; and it is gratifying that on the whole the strength of the Reform party is greatly increased. Duffy is at the head of the poll by a large majority, ... [Article] (879 words)
  • TOWN TALK. (From the Herald.)

    The Criminal Sessions were brought to a close by the Chief Justice on Saturday, when Joseph Bloomfield, convicted of the manslaughter of his wife, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment. ...
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