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  2. INTERCOLONIAL.

    Mr. Ryland, manager of the Queensland Bank, died on June 2, after a prolonged illness.—Three antimony lodes have recently been opened in the Walsh district—Her Majesty's schooner Sandfly has arrived at Cooktown from ...

    Article : 2,246 words
  3. PROPERTY CIRCULARS.

    RICHARDSON AND WRENCH.—This market still continues active, and a fair average amount of business has been done during the last four weeks. City properties, more particularly those in the main business thoroughfares, are not now to be purchased, in ...

    Article : 3,027 words
  4. MONETARY REVIEW.

    The news of the floating of the New South Wales loan of £2,050,000 in London has been received here with the utmost satisfaction. The easy state of the home money market had raised the general expectations, ...

    Article : 2,011 words
  5. MINING.

    During the past fortnight continued activity his existed iu mining matters, and the news from the various gold-fields gives evidenea of increased prosperity. At Temora this is especially noticeable, the recent rains having enabled ...

    Article : 978 words
  6. COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    THE EXPORT MARKETS.—Slackness, usually characteristic of the close of the season, now marks the wool trade. About 600 bales only have arrived in Sydney by steamer and train during the month. The anctioneers catalogues, ...

    Article : 2,092 words
  7. SHIPPING SUMMARY. ARRIVALS FROM ENGLAND.

    May 18.—Astronomer, barque, 1119 tons, Captain Day, from Liverpool, 133 days; The Tweed, ship, 1815 tons, Captain White, from London, 92 days. May 22.—Camperdown, ship, 1487 tons, Captain Paton, from ...

    Article : 115 words
  8. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    May 18.—William Turner, barque, 431 tons, Captain Vandervord, from Takow February 27; J. H. Howers, barque, 704 tons Captain E. W. Harkness, from New York, 111 days. May 19.—Glencee, barque, 727 tons, Captain F. Wilt, from ...

    Article : 200 words
  9. DEPARTURES FOR ENGLAND.

    May 21.—Moravian, barque, 966 tons, Captain H. W. Webb, for London. June 1.—R. M. S. Kashgar, 2621 tons, Captain W. A. Seaton, for Southampton and Galle, via Melbourne and ...

    Article : 226 words
  10. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    May 23.—Meath (s.), 1337 tons, Captain J. Johnson, for Hongkong via Port Darwin and Queensland ports. Passengers— Madame Vandyck, Madamoiselle Vandyck, Mr. Narrhardt, and 4 in the steerage. ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Easter Sunday morning, 7 o'clock, there was an ordination service in the Memorial Chapel, when Mr. Arthur Brittain, a graduate of St. Augustine's College, and a volunteer for the Melanesian Mission, was ordained deacon. In ...

    Article : 211 words
  12. VESSERS LOADING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 9 words
  13. FREIGHTS TO LONDON.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 58 words
  14. H. M. SHIPS ON THE AUSTRALIAN STATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words
  15. STOCK AND SHARE REPORTS.

    MR. J. MULLENS.—The scarcity of stock offering for sale andl the abundance of money has caused a further rise in the price of many shares, and great firmness throughout the entire market. Our Government debentures maintain their extreme value, and it ...

    Article : 1,715 words
  16. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    The Thermopylæ sailed from London on March 3, and Portland on March 12; from thence had fresh N.W. and N.E. winds to the 18th, Light variables followed to the Canary Islands, sighted on March 22, Four days of strong S. W. winds were followed by several days of ...

    Article : 1,740 words
  17. NEW CALEDONIA.

    Our Noumea correspondent writes, on the 10th June: The progress of the country districts is paralyzed by the almost total absence of roads. Nothing strikes the visitor so forcibly as this fact, the more inexplicable when in ...

    Article : 162 words
  18. LABOUR MARKET.

    The following are the prices paid for labour in some of the principal trades of the colony. In compiling the list regard has been had, in setting down the minimum and maximum, to the circumstance that the earnings of some ...

    Article : 948 words
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