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  2. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDLNGS.

    November 1O.—John Van de Polder, of Woolloomooloo, Sydney, embrolderer in gold and silver, and manufacturer of gold and silver loce. Liabilities, £313 18s. 3d. Assets—value of personal properly, £195; ...

    Article : 154 words
  3. The Maitland Mercury.

    WE are glad to observe that the Cowper Ministry are alive to the necessity for vigorous action in the way of departmental retrenchment. Mr. Forster's ...

    Article : 732 words
  4. COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS.

    Business hss been somewhat brisker during the week Teams have bean plentiful, and a good up-country trade has been done. Carriers are still enquired for, and will readily find loading. The town trade also shews signs ...

    Article : 735 words
  5. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    GENTLEMEN—The speech of Mr. Russell at the declaration of the poll on Saturday last, and as reported in your issue of the 10th instant, contains a ...

    Article : 798 words
  6. MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Edward Quinlan was Indicted for unlawfully and feloniously cutting and wounding Martin Cashen, at Singleton, on the 8th October, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. ...

    Article : 1,556 words
  7. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The SPEAKER took the chair. GOVERNMENT CLERKS. Mr. DALLEY presented a petition from a number of Government clerks, praying for increased salaries; but ...

    Article : 1,606 words
  8. MAITLAND STOCK MARKET.

    Since our lest report there has been a better supply of both cattle and sheep, which went off at fair prices. The trade is now well supplied with fat stock. Working bullocks are coming in more freely, and in order to ...

    Article : 184 words
  9. WEEKLY PRODUCE CIRCULAR

    In consequenee of the excitement arising from the late election, business has been to a great extent suspended during the past week, and prices have continued nominally unaltered. Old malte nearly exhausted, ...

    Article : 78 words
  10. MR. PRITCHARD'S PRODUCE SALES.

    Mr. W. Pritchard reports having sold by auction, on Wednesday, November 11th, at the Produce Auction Mart, 7[?] Sussex-street:—Several parcels old fine flour, from £15 to £18 10s. per ton; ditto ditto seconds ...

    Article : 189 words
  11. THE LAND QUESTION — PRE-EMPTIVE RIGHTS.

    The following correspondence, with a copy of which Mr. Dalgleish has favored us, illustrates clearly one of the crying evils of the preemption system: ...

    Article : 600 words
  12. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 237 words
  13. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    The PRESIDENT took the chair. SEPARATION OF MORETON BAY. The PRESIDENT reported the presentation of the petition of the hours to Parliament respecting the ...

    Article : 1,161 words
  14. SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET.

    We have no further arrivals to report, and the large demand recently for labor has drained our market of the single farming and useful country hands, nevertheless orders can be advantageously executed when given with ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. DISTRICT NEWS.

    SCHOOL OF ARTS.—On Wednesday evening last, a lecture was delivered in the Congregational School-room, by Mr. Darby, surveyor, upon "The Rivars and Alluvial Lands of the Colony" Mr. Darby gave a ...

    Article : 428 words
  16. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13.

    Patrick Brady and Jamea Molloy were indicted for having at Patereon, on the 4th October, feloniously driven and taken away two steers, the property of Edward Peters. ...

    Article : 2,018 words
  17. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    MELBOURNS FLOURN AND GRAIN MARKET, Nov. 7.— The flour market has, during the past week, been agitated by a continued struggle to keep up prices. Notwithstanding every effort, they have gradually declined; ...

    Article : 2,119 words
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