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  2. TEN YEARS' SHIPPING DISASTERS IN THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE.

    A retrospective, search taken through a series of ten years, from 1869 to 1878 inclusive, discloses the fact that a vast fleet of merchat vessels, trading between the United Kingdom and these colonies, has, in ...

    Article : 655 words
  3. WEATHER MAP.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 79 words
  4. INTERCOLONIAL.

    It is said that the totalizator will be introduced atFlemington at the Amateur Turf Club meeting on 1st July.— Some of the Kelly sympathisers bought Webley bullets in town. Nothing further has been heard as to the arrests, ...

    Article : 2,773 words
  5. MONETARY REVIEW.

    A tight money market, high rates of discount, and no alteration in interest on deposits still rule here, as in all the other Australian capitals, and restrict enterprise. In the face of the high price of money, it is astonishing to notice the ...

    Article : 1,784 words
  6. COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    Since the San Francisco mail left, stock-taking and balancing have occupied the attention of the mercantile community. The Suez mail, which came to hand on the 19th, had no effect upon business, and it is not thought that ...

    Article : 2,330 words
  7. BONDED STOCKS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 316 words
  8. CASUALTIES.

    LOSS OF THE SCHOONER LOVETT PEACOCK.—From the Newcastle Morning Herald we learn that the decision of the Local Marine Board, in the case of the above vessel, was come to on Saturday morning. They find—"That the vessel appreared to have been ...

    Article : 571 words
  9. UNITED KINGDOM TO AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 559 words
  10. SHIPPING SUMMARY.

    June 18.—British Statesman, ship, 1262, Molony, from London 86 days. June 18.—Newark, ship, 860, Boyde, from London, via Lisbon, 95 days. ...

    Article : 41 words
  11. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,039 words
  12. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    June 19.—Veteran, barque, 369 tons, Stephen, from Mauritius. June 21.—Normanby (s.), 700, Ellis, from Hongkong. July 2.—Andromeda, barque, 436, Lunberg, from Boston, via Algoa Bay. ...

    Article : 29 words
  13. DEPARTURE FOR ENGLAND.

    June 27.—Clyde, barque, 1140, Teasdel, Passengers—Messrs. E. C. Turner, Ewin, Kibby, J. Guyer. Cargo: 1050 bales wool. 110 hogsheads rum, 3829 cakes and 748 inqols copper, 146 bales leather, 6681 hides, 1094 casks railow, 491 bags and a quantity of ...

    Article : 93 words
  14. CLEARANCE.

    July 1: Duke of Sutherland, ship, 1140 M'Kay, for London. Passengers—Mrs. M'Kay Mr. Leicester, Cargo: 285 bales wool, 3230 cakes copper, 5817 hides, 1053 casks tallow, 1 bale hair, 239 tons shale, 7 bales waste, 450 cases meats, 18 bales horns, 40 bags ...

    Article : 73 words
  15. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    FOR SAN FRANCISCO.—June 18: Buccha, ship, 1250, Davies 19: City of Sydney (s), 3017, Deaborn 21: Brodick Castle, ship, 1795, Seward, 1259 tons coal, J. Q. Peters, barque, 1085, Lane, 1500 tons coal. July 2. Lady Penrhyn, barque, 815, ...

    Article : 89 words
  16. DEPARTURES FROM NEWCASTLE.

    June 18: Jimne, for Yokahama, 420 tons, coal. 20: City of Nankin, for San Francisco, 1392 tons coal. 21: Jessie Maedonald, for Hongkong, 400 tons coal. 27: Cadet Abbe Carver PAlleged, for Callao, 1677 tons coal; Formax, for Salgon, 484 tons coal; ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. VESSELS LOADING.

    For London.—Queen of Nations, Alexander Duthie, Kosciusko, Christiana Thompson, Abergeldie. ...

    Article : 16 words
  18. FREIGHTS.

    At Sydney.—For London: Wool, [?]d, to [?]d; tin, 20s; copper, 20s; ingot, 27s 6d; tallow, 25s to 27s 6d; hides, 25s; pressed meats, 25s; copra, 30s to 35s; measurement goods, 30s. NAVAL.—MEN-OF-WAR ON THE STATION.—Emerald, 12 guns ...

    Article : 117 words
  19. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    BRITISH STATESMAN.—The ship British Statesman left London on March 24. but dates her departure from the Start Point, which was passed on the 26th March. After falling in with the N.E. trades moderate weather was experienced, and the Equator ...

    Article : 851 words
  20. THE REVENUE FOR THE QUARTER AND FOR THE YEAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 249 words
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