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  2. SHIPPING SUMMARY.

    July 7.—Centurion, ship, 904, Taylor, from the Lizard, 71 days. July 10,—Leander, ship, 848, knight, from the Startt Point, 74 days. ...

    Article : 100 words
  3. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 5,154 words
  4. DEPARTURES FOR ENGLAND.

    July 13.—Wave of Life, barque, 887, Watt, for London. Passengers—Lieutenant Cutfield, R. N., Mrs. Cutfield, Mrs. Cullen, Mrs. Beach, Mr. G. Woodward. Cargo: 804 bales wool, 882 bales cotton, 60 bales glue pieces, 63 bales rags, 139 bales leather, 3450 ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    July 9.—F[?]intshire (s.), 1560, Sturrock, from Bataria. July 3.—Cleopatra, schooner, 199. Schultz, from Takau. July 11.—Bonjamin Aymer, barque, 334, [?]locam, from Takau. July 22.—Legislator (s.), 2160, Craig, from Batavia. ...

    Article : 41 words
  6. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTs.

    FOR SAH FRANCISCO.—July 4, Macgr[?]gor (s), 2000, Grainger; 5th, Carl Both, barque, 528, Newman; 8th, Madame Demorest, brig, 432, Bissett; 29, Tethys, ship, 1228, Evans. FOR JAVA.—July 5, Heida, barque, 442, Danneberg. ...

    Article : 97 words
  7. DEPARTURES FROM NEWCASTLE.

    July 3.—Albuera, for Hong Kong, with 1018 tons coal. July 3.—Laju, for Yokohama, with 90[?] tons coal. July 5.—Aristides, for Saigon, with 620 tons coal. July 6.—Brenda, for San Francisco, with 502 tons coal. ...

    Article : 161 words
  8. FREIGHTS.

    For London.—Wool (clean) [?]., greasy [?]d., unpressed [?] to [?]d, cotton [?]d to [?]d. preserved meats 45s., tallow 55s to 60s., hides 60s., tin and copper 45s., horns and bones 22s. 6d, leather 55s. to 60s., cocoanut oil 62s. 6d., sperm oil, nominal. ...

    Article : 58 words
  9. VESSELS LOADING.

    For London,—Windsor Castle, China, La Hogue, Jerusalem. For San Francisco.—M[?]rm[?]rus, Centurion. The Centurion, for San Francisco, sails on the 4th August. The Jerusalem, for London, has had rapid dispatch—her lower ...

    Article : 79 words
  10. NAVAL.

    Pearl, 17 guns, Commodore Geodenough, at Melbourne. Rosario, 3 guns, Commander Dup[?]is, at Fiji. Blanche, 3 guns, Captain Simpson, at Anckland. Dido, 8 guns, Captain Chapman, on a sruise. ...

    Article : 75 words
  11. EAST SYDNEY ELECTORATE.

    THE polling for the election of a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly as representative for East Sydney, in place of Mr. J. H. Neale, resigned, took place on Wednesday, 15th instant, and resulted in the return of Mr. ...

    Article : 107 words
  12. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    BRITISH CONSUL.—The ship British Consul left Liverpool on 1[?]th April, and proceeded in tow to Tuskar with light S. W. winds. Passed Tuskar on 20th at 3 p.m., wind S. S. W., light, and weather clear. Experienced southerly winds to 43°N.; and from thence ...

    Article : 3,095 words
  13. AGRICULTURAL RETURNS.

    ONE day before the prorogation of Parliament an Agricultural Return of some importance was laid upon the table of the Assembly. This return presents a view of the state of that part of the colony which technically is said to ...

    Article : 2,859 words
  14. CASUALTIES.

    FOUNDERING OF THE BRIG GEORGE H. PEAKE.—NARROW ESCAPE OF THE CREW.—The barque Sierra Nevada arrived in port 11th instant with the shipwrecked crew of the brig George H. Peake on board, and brought the first intelligence of the ...

    Article : 1,044 words
  15. TO MASTERS AND OWNERS OF VESSELS.

    THE attention of owners of vessels is called to the following extracts from the "Merchant Shipping Amendment Act of 1873," which have not yet been complied with at this port. Every British ship registered after the passing of this Act shall ...

    Article : 488 words
  16. THE STEAMSHIP FLINTSHIRE.

    THIS vessel arrived on the 9th instant, her last port of departure having been Newcastle, where she had to put in for coal. The particulars of the stranding of the steamer on a roof of rocks near Townaville have been somewhat disjointed; we therefore give the ...

    Article : 2,351 words
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