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  2. COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    THE EXPORT MARKETS.—During the past month the wool trade has assumed great briskness. The arrivals by train and steamer have been unprecedentedly large for the time of the year and the shipments have been ...

    Article : 2,719 words
  3. THE SANITARY REFORM LEAGUE.

    A meeting in connection with the New South Wales Sanitary Reform L[?]gue was held at No.35, Castlereaghstreet, yesterday afternoon, when Mr. James S. Farnell, M.L.A., occupied the chair, and amongst those present ...

    Article : 2,143 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The monthly meeting of the Council of the New South Wales Agricultural Society was hold yesterday morning, at the Society's rooms, in George-street. The attendance was good, and Mr. G. N. Griffiths occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 962 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,303 words
  6. STOCK AND SHARE REPORTS.

    Messrs. MELHADO AND CURTIS.—A fair amount of business has been transacted during the month in the share market. The reduction of the rate of interest paid to depositors by the banks to 4 pet cent per annum, has caused a demand for bank shares and ...

    Article : 1,067 words
  7. PROPERTY CIRCULAR.

    RICHARD AND W[?].—There is no now feature to notice in this market. The demand for permanent investments is still on the increvse, and mast continue so in the present obcap state of the money market. There are but low really ...

    Article : 3,300 words
  8. SHIPPING SUMMARY.

    November 18.—Sophocles. ship, 1120 tons, Captain W. Fanlkner, from London 90 days, and from the Lizard 93 days. November 19.—Lusitania (s.), 3845 tons, Captain A.P. Powell, from Plymouth 48 days. ...

    Article : 82 words
  9. RANDWICK DESTITUTE ASYLUM.

    The usual monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of this institution was held yesterday afternoon, in the Boardroom of the Sydney Infirmary. Very Rev. Dean Sheridan was voted to the chair. The other members present were— ...

    Article : 837 words
  10. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    November 20.—City of Sydney, (s.), 3400 tons, Captain H. C. Dearborn, from San Francisco October 23. R.M.S. Khedive, 3860 tons, Captain P. S. Tomlin, from Point de Galle October 20. ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. DEPARTURES FOR ENGLAND.

    November 16.—Christiana Thompson, 1079 tons, Captain R. Murray, for London. November 17.—Ashmore, ship, 1099 tons, Captain James Whitmore, for London, Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Mr. Castles. ...

    Article : 303 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 556 words
  13. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    November 17—Edderside, ship, 1806 tons. Captain lane,for San Francisco. Passengers—Mrs. Lane and child, Emily, brig, 268 tons, Captain J. H. Davis, for Shanghai via Wollongong. Atjeh (s.), 951 tons, Captain M. de Neef, for Hongkong, ...

    Article : 133 words
  14. VESSELS LOADING.

    For London—Darling Downs, Duchess of Edinburgh, Soukar Mitredale, La Hogue, Trafulgar, Clifton (s), Resolute, William Duthie. ...

    Article : 21 words
  15. FREIGUTS TO LONDON.

    Per Sailing Vessels.—Wool, clean ½d, greasy [?]d; cotton, as wool; oil (sperm), none; copra, 70s; tallow, 70s: copper and tin, nominal; nickel ore, none; hides, 35s; leather, 50s; preserved meats, 50s; measurement goods, 50s; bones and horns, 25s; gum, ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. H. M. SHIPS ON THE AUSTRALIAN STATION.

    Wolverene, 17 guns, Commodore Wilson, at Adelaide; Emerald, 12 guns, Captain W. H. Maxcell, at Sydney; Dunae, 12 guns, Captain J. C. Parves, at Samoa; Cormorant, 6 guns, Commander James Bruce, at Melbourne; Alacrity, 1 gun, ...

    Article : 93 words
  17. SHIPS'REPORTS.,

    The R.M.S.S. City of Sydney sailed from San Francisco October 23, at 6.[?] p. m., arrived at Honolulu October 20, at 12.57 p.m; running time, 7 days 1 hour 3 minutes. Sailed from Honolulu October 31, Sunday, at 10.25 a.m.; arrived at Auckland ...

    Article : 686 words
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