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  2. SHIPPING.

    Rockton (s.), [?]98 tons, Captain W. J. Simpson, from Western Australian ports, via Adelaide and Melbourne. P[?]—Mesdames Reid, Ayton, Butler, Cooke, Miss Duss, M[?] M. A. M'M[?]ho[?] D. J. Campbell, W. T. ...

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  4. (PER FAVOUR OF THE UNDERW[?]ITERS' ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA.)

    Arrived from Sydney: Echuca (s.), sailed 7th June, via Geelong 12th June, Melbourne 14th June; and Addside 29nd June:Fortun[?], barque, sailed [?]d April. Arrived from Port Broughton: Micronesis, ship, sailed ...

    Article : 78 words
  5. YESSELS POSTED MISSING

    The following vessels have this day been "posted as missing" by the committee of Lioyd's:- The Florence, barque, 80[?] tons, of Glasgow, which left Newcastle on the 26th January for Panu[?] and has not ...

    Article : 74 words
  6. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  7. PROJECTED DEPARTUTES.—August 9.

    Wakast[?]pu (s.), for Wellington, Lyttelton, Dunedin, and Bluff; Oonah (s.), for Hobart, via Eden; Marano[?] (s.), for Normanton and Burketown, via ports; Burrumbeet (s.), for Melbour[?]e, Illawarra S. N. Company's steamers, ...

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  8. CLEARANCES.—August 8.

    Imberhorne, ship, 1997 tons, Captain W. Roberts, for London. Chittoor, three-masted schooner, 217 tons, Captain 8. Xeating, for Solomon Islands, via New Guinea, Passengers ...

    Article : 40 words
  9. COASTERS OUTWAHD.—August 8.

    Alpha, Captain L. Monmesson, for Nambucca; Petrel, Captain A. Van Barn, for Beagle Bay. ...

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  10. IMPORTS.—August 8.

    Maranoa (s.), from Brisbane: [?]16 cases meats, 20 cases gralvanised iron, 6 bags hair, 628 caskstallow, 1[?]12 [?] 931 balea wool, 2678 hides, 141 bags bones, 62 bundles skins, 173 cases fruit, and a large through cargo for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 181 words
  11. EXPORTS—August 8.

    Imberhorne, ship, for London: [?]152 bags chrome ore, 450 tons bulk copra, 4075 baga copra, 2766 casks tallow, 212 bags bones, 176 baga hoofs, 207 bags horns, 5 bags hair, 3109 hides. 1 case eucalyptus, 14[?]9 pieces timber, 1717 bales ...

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  12. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Cuzco arrived at Suez on the 7th. The R.M.S. Ruahine.—The New Zealand Loan and Me[?]cantite Agenoy Company have received advice of the arrival of the Ru[?]bine at Hobart at 2.30a.m. on ...

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  13. THE TYSER LINE.

    Mr. H. C. Benson, manager of the Tyser Line, is in receipt of a cablegram from London advising the willing of the Indramayo on the 5th instant, for Melbourne, sydney, and New Zealand ports. ...

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  14. BRITISH AND COLONIAL LINE OF STEAMERS.

    Messrs. Dangar, Gedye, and Co. have received a cable from their London firm saying that the s.s. Bloemfontein, the fret of the new line, left Delagoa Bay on the 6th instant, and will probably arrive here about the 27th, and will ...

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  15. THE HOWARD SMITH LINE.

    The Perve[?]rine, from Melbourne, [?] to-morrow for Brisbane, Rockhampton, Mackay, and Townsville. The T[?]rian, from Townsville, via usual intermediate ports, [?] bonce to-aorrow for Melbourne, leaving that port on ...

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  16. THE MAILS.

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  17. THE KAROO. FROM RIO.

    A Nova Scotia ship, the Karoo, a whole some-looking vessel, yesterday arrived in ballast, to load here on account of Messrs. Gibbs, Bright, and Co, she reports an uneventful Passage boyond seeing ice between 89·55 and 43·36. ...

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  18. SURVEY ON THE NELLIE.

    Our Newcastle correspondent wired yesterday:—Captain Laidman held survey this morning on the schooner Nellie, which returned to port with the foremast and foretopmast and upper topsail yard and main topmast carried away; ...

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  19. TELEGBATHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE,—Arrivals: August 8, Arama[?] (s.), Barrabool (s.), from Sydney; Cintra (s.), from Cooktown; Yaralla (s.), from Bundaberg. The Burwab (s.), for Brisbane, passed out Inskip ...

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  20. THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.

    The steamer Catterthun, which left Sydney on Wednesday afternoon for China, was totally wre[?]ked on Seal Rooks early yesterday morning. Of those on board 55 persons, of whom 14 are ...

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  21. PARCEL MAIL.

    Parcels addressed to the United Kingdom, Egypt, and certain foreign countries via the United Kingdom, will be received at tlio Parcels Office, l61 Castlereagh-street, for transmission per Orient Company's steamer Oriza[?] up to ...

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  22. (FROM THE BOARD AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    TW[?]ED HEADS.—Arrivals: August 8, Marion rewick (s.) at [?] a.m., Vale, schooner, at 9 a.m. BYRON BAY.—Arrival: August 8, Augusta (s.) at 5 p.m. from Sydney. ...

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  23. TO-DAY'S PAPER.

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  24. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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