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    SUMMER CLOUD.—The ship Summer Cloud arrived on June 7 fr[?] Liverpool, whence she sailed on 5th January; passed, the Smalls on the 26th, strong gales prevailing from the W. and S.W., in which she lost her foretopsall yards and two topsails, and had her ...

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    MONEY ORDERS BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.—NOTICE is hereby given that arrangements have been completed for the introduction of the system of TRANRMITTING MONEY by ELECTRIC ...

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    P.C.E.—On June 5. at midnight (says our Newcastle corresponde[?]. during the heavy gale and high sea that was running, the barque P.C.E., Captain Brown, a regular trader to Newcastle, bound from Dunedin, New Zealand, to this port in ballast, was ...

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    SOUTH ENTRANCE MORETON BAY.—In conseqn[?] of changes Which have taken place in the south entrance to Moreton Bay the following [?]lferations are made in the sailing directions for entering by that channel:—To earry the deepost water over the bar, near ...

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