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  2. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE.

    MESSRS. MORT and Co. held, to-day, their weekly produce sale. The quantity of wool catalogued was 419 bales, all of which, with the exception of thirty-four bales, were sold. ...

    Article : 3,902 words
  3. THE MAYOR OF MELBOURNE IN A DILEMMA.

    A SHORT time ago a certain Mrs. Margaret Hall, the wife of a mechanic, appeared before the magistrate at the Themes Police court with a very singular statement. She had had a brother, she said, named John ...

    Article : 1,996 words
  4. MELBOURNE.

    ON the third reading of the Reform Bill, in the Legislative Council, South Melbourne was divided into two districts, Sandridge and Emerald Hill, returning one member each. This division was opposed. ...

    Article : 98 words
  5. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    Mr. HAY to move (on the motion for the House resolving itself into a committee of supply), That it be an instruction to the committee to limit the supply to the amounts demanded for the service of the half-year ending 30th June. ...

    Article : 949 words
  6. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

    THE MILLS.—The week has closed with dull markets, the probability of decline in prices deters the trade from purchasing beyond absolute necessity, and as millers, with the daily prospect of arrivals of new wheat from South Australia, are by no means ...

    Article : 823 words
  7. ADELAIDE.

    The second reading of the Parliamentary Privileges Bill is carried in the Legislative Council. The Assembly are working hard to get through the business before Christmas. The report on "Third ...

    Article : 83 words
  8. GUNDAGAI.

    The Escort, from Adelong, arrived to-day, with 1740 ozs. gold. ...

    Article : 17 words
  9. [FROM OUR MELBOURNE CORRESPONDENT.]

    MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13TH.—Every thing of course gives way to the mail, although the English and European news is not very important. We have very little doing just now in the political ...

    Article : 1,362 words
  10. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—I wish to call the attention of the public to the shamef[?] way in which Elizabeth-street is at present being spoiled. There may be seen daily a number of carts marked "City Corporation," depositing their loads of dirt and scrapings on the ...

    Article : 146 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 318 words
  12. THE WATER IN CUMBERLAND-STREET.

    SIR,—I take this opportunity of stating a grievance, and also an annoyance, which I and my neighbours have been subjected to for the last seven days, namely, not having received a drop of fresh water, athough laid on to the different premises. Thinking ...

    Article : 81 words
  13. THE ATLANTIC CABLE.

    WE are not a demonstrative race. We take our successes and our failures with equal gravity. Our cousins across the Atlantic have picked up more of the quick expressive southern element, and they beat us ...

    Article : 935 words
  14. GRAFTON.

    SINCE my last communication, the few patches of wheat, which had been planted in this quarter, have been reaped, and, not withstanding the very wet and tempestuous state of the weather, have been secured ...

    Article : 671 words
  15. PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    WOOL.—The news just received of the state of the English wool market is very satisfactory, both as regards the prospects for the November and February sales, but also for the state of trade in general, and the lowness of stocks—both in the hands of staplers ...

    Article : 903 words
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