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  2. SHIPPING.

    Ghazee (s.), 2172 tons, Captain J. Johnson, from London July [?]6, Port Said 9th ultimo, Suez 11th ultimo, Aden 16th ultimo. Adelaide 12th instant, and Melbourne 34th instant. A. Lamb and Co., agents. ...

    Article : 352 words
  3. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    In the Stock and Share market to-day very little business was done. There was scarcely any change in prices. The following sales were reported:—Federal Bank, 41s. 9d.; Queensland National Bank, £9; ...

    Article : 3,350 words
  4. LATEST COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The proportion of reserve to liabilities in the Bank od England is 45 per cent. The total reserve in notes and bullion is £13,200,000. New South Wales 4 per cent, loan (190[?]-1905), ...

    Article : 68 words
  5. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)

    Victorian Share Report.—Sales: Federal Bank, 41s. 6d.; Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus, 20s. 3d., 20s, 4d.; Band and Albion Consols, £5 6s.; Long Tunnel, £88 to £80; New Kong Meng, 15s. 6d.; Queen's ...

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  6. DEPARTURES.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Ranolagh (s.), for Brisbane, Maryborough, and Rockhampton. Buninyong (s.), for Melbourne. ...

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  7. PROJECTED [?]EPARTURUES.—SEPTEMBER 27.

    R.M.S. Liguria, for London, via Melbourne and Adelaide; Cintra (s.), for Adelaide; Ly-ee-Moon (s.), for Melbourne; Wendouree (s.), for Melbourne; Rodondo (s.), for Melbourne; Leura (s.), for Townsville, via ports; Cahors (s.), for Brisbane; ...

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  8. Advertising

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  9. CLEARANCES.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Buninyong (s.) 2070 tons, Captain F. H. Stanford, for Melbourne. Passengers—Mrs. Kiesing, Mrs. D. M'Callum and [?] children, Mrs. W. Sims, Mrs. Scott and child, Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. Graham. Miss Kiesing, Miss M'Gowan, Miss Edith ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. COASTERS INWARDS.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Dolly Walmsley, from Brisbane Water, with 30 girders, 4000 laths, 900 felloes, 400 posts and rails; Havilah, from Port Kembla, with 3[?]0 tons coal; Bonnie Dendee, from Bateman's Bay, with 40,000 feet timber; Kembla (s.), from Hunter River, with 70 ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. COASTERS OUTWARDS.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Dolly Walmsley, for Camden Haven; Havilah, for Port Kembla; Bonnie Dundee, for Bateman's Bay, with sundries. ...

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  12. IMPORTS.—SEPTEMBER 20.

    Cahors (s.), from Melbourne: For Sydney—271 half-chests and 24 cases tea, 50 bags and 200 quarter-ba[?]s flour, 2 wooloresses in 21 packages. 51 cases treacle. 18 kegs spokes, 8 cases kerosene. 9 [?]rat[?]s vegetables. 41 bag[?] potatoes, 40 bags rice. 130 bag chaff. ...

    Article : 1,337 words
  13. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE.—Departures: September 26, Burwah (s.), Fitzroy (s.), and Maran[?]a (s.), for Sydney; Guthrir (s.), for Hongkong, via ports; Keilawarra (s.),for Maryborough and Rockhampton, The Homewood, barque, from Barrow to Maryborough, arrived ...

    Article : 283 words
  14. (FROM BOARD AT TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    MACLEAY HEADS.—Departure; September 26, Woodburn (s.), at 0.50 p m. PORT MACQUARIE.—Passed: September 26, a small steamer with one m[?]st, north at 3.20 p.m. ...

    Article : 182 words
  15. THE MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 192 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 247 words
  17. EXPORTS.—SEPTEMBER 26.

    Bunninyong (s.), for Melbourne; 1688 cases fruit, 10 bags [?], [?] cases plants, 3 bundles ferns, 150 hides, and sundries. G[?]de, for Suva and Navua, via Newcastle; 40 tons coal. Ranleigh (s.), for Que[?]nsland ports; 1268 bags 520 ...

    Article : 1,709 words
  18. DESPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 63 words
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