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  2. SHIPPING.

    Cintra (s.), 1797 tons. Captain T. G. Leo, from Cooktown via Brisbane and Queensland ports September [?]3. Fastengers—Mrs. Ramsay, Mrs. Ellison, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Farm, Mrs. M. E. Caster, Mrs. ...

    Article : 402 words
  3. THE SUNKEN STEAMER CENTENNIAL.

    It is stated with respect to the sunken steamer Centennial, which has been lying so many months in Taylor Bay, and which has so far battled all attempts made to raise it, that the harbour authorities insist upon the removal of the wreck. ...

    Article : 73 words
  4. DEPARTURE OF THE OCEANIEN.

    There wits no demonstration on the departure of the French mail steamer Oceanien yesterday. The Messageries Maritimes Wharf contained a number of friends of departing passengers, and a few spectators were present. The ship ...

    Article : 113 words
  5. WOOL CARGOES AND MELBOURNF CLVARANGES.I

    As at this port so with the other principal ports, though affected by the strike, the work of loading wool cargoes goes along. A Melbourne report to hand contains the following:— ...

    Article : 269 words
  6. DEPARTURES.—SEPTEMBER 25.

    Oceanien, French mail steamer, for Marseilles via ports. Corinna (s.), for Launceston via Eden. We[?]rarapa (s.), for Auckland and ports. ...

    Article : 22 words
  7. TO-DAY'S PAPER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  8. TRISTAN D"ACUNHA.

    The latest news from Tristan is received by the report of the voyage of the ship Wandering Jew from New York to Melbourne. The report says:—" Very light N.E. trades prevailed to Tristan d'Acunba, where the ...

    Article : 112 words
  9. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Kweiyang (s.), for Auekland, N. Z.; W[?]katipu (s.), for Wellington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin; Jubilee (s.), for Wellington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin. ...

    Article : 30 words
  10. CLEARANCES—SEPTEMBERR 2[?].

    [?]Oceanien, French mail steamer, 4039 tons, Captain A. Poydenot, for Marseilles, via ports:—Passengers: From Sydney for Marseille: Mr. and Mrs. Vincent. Mrs. Weber and [?] children, Miss E. J. Lacy, Miss ...

    Article : 300 words
  11. A RAM FOR SUBMARINE WORK.

    Mr. John Wildridge, consulting engineer, writes that "A company has undertaken to remove the rocks which form the great danger to navigation at the Iron Gates of the Danube in Europe. This will be the largest work of ...

    Article : 353 words
  12. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  13. COASTER OUTWARDS.—SEPTEMBER 25.

    Flora Bell, for Cape Hawke; Alice May and Mary Laurie, for Camden Haven. ...

    Article : 18 words
  14. IMPORTS.—SEPTEMBER 25.

    Cintra (s.), from Cooktown, via Brisbane and Queensland ports: 7104 bags sugar, 791 bags tin ore, 39 bales wool, 410 bunches bananas, [?]39 bides, 16 bags horns and bones, 52 bundles skins, 45 casks tallow, 93 cases fruit, 30 bags cysters. ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE.—Arrivals: september 25, Maranoa (s.), from Sydney, Ocean Ranger, schooner, from New Zealand. The Glanworth (s.), left Rockhampton on Thursday morning for sydney. The Konoowarra (s.), from Townsville, arrived at ...

    Article : 289 words
  16. EXPORTS.—SEPTEMBER 25.

    Wa[?]rarapa (s.), for Auckland and other New Zealand ports: 357 packages tea, 25 cases whisky, 3 quarter-casks ports, 20 cases beer, 50 cases china oil, 11 cases butter, 25 cases tobacco, 40 half cases and 40 drums castor oil. 25 bales ...

    Article : 1,121 words
  17. The Sydney Morningt Herald.

    YESTERDAY afternoon the Royal Naval Home in Charlotte-place was opened by his Excellency the Governor in the presence of a brilliant assembly. HIS Excellency in declaring the Home open said ...

    Article : 10,131 words
  18. (FROM THE BOARD AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    BYRON BAY.—Arrival: September 25, Tweed (s.), at 9.40 a.m., from Tweed River. Despature: September 25, Tweed (s.), at 11.30 a.m., for Sydney. TWEED HEADS.—Departure: September 25, Tweed (s.), at ...

    Article : 524 words
  19. MAILS.

    MELBOURNE, 4.15 and 7 p.m. ADELAIDE, 4 and 7 p.m. HODART AND LAUNCESTON, 7 p.m. QUEENSLAND, 5.30 p.m. ...

    Article : 105 words
  20. PARCELS MAIL.

    Parcels addressed to the United Kingdom, and certain foreign countries via the United Kingdom, will be received at the Parcels Office, George-street, for transmission per Orient steamer Lusitania up to noon on SATURDAY, the 27th ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The Norddeutscher Lloyd steamer Habsburg sailed from Suez for Australia on Tuesday last, the 23rd instant. The Orient liner R.M.S. Orizuba, for Australia, left Colombo September 28, and the same company's R.M.S. Oruba ...

    Article : 79 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,608 words
  23. THE LUBECK.

    The North German Lloyd's Island steamer Lubeck, from Apia and Tonga, arrived this morning. She reports leaving Samo[?] September 17. On the passage up had very strong N.E. winds and a much sea, which caused the vessel to ...

    Article : 76 words
  24. THE DISABLED STEAMER TAVIUNI.

    The steamer Taviuni, which was reported to have broken down off Wilson's Pr[?]montory on Wednesday morning, and was picked up by the P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Carthage, arrived at Melbourne yesterday in tow. A short description ...

    Article : 370 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 19 words
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