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  2. ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAPH EXTENSION.

    SIR,—The colonial Press having considered Mr. lower's attempt to form a company in Molbourne for connecting Australia with India by telegraph via King George's Sound of sufficient importance for commont, and concurring ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  3. HEAVY GALES, WRECKS, AND LOSS OF LIFE.

    A R[?]TARY gale of more thun ordinary violence set in on the 7th instant, causing more serious loss, both in life and shipping, than we have had to record for some time. One-third of our coasters, trading between Sydney und Newcastle, have been wrecked, or are ...

    Article : 2,200 words
  4. THE LATE WKEOKS AT NEWCASTLE.

    SIR,—The attempt to establish storm signals along our coast is a step in the right direction, but it is only one of many that must be taken if by human for esight calamities similar to those of last week are to be prevented. ...

    Article : 196 words
  5. THE LAND.

    NOTWITHSTANDING about nine inches of rainfall during the week of the AGHICULTURAL SHOW in Prince Alfred Park, the Society struck not a flag. The winds prevailed and the rain ...

    Article : 2,400 words
  6. WRECKS.

    LOSS OF THE ELLE[?]MERE.—The following more detailed account respecting the loss of the above named ship is extracted from the log, with which we have been favoured:—"March 14th, a.m., steady light casterly wind, hauling to S.E.; at 4 a.m. fine ...

    Article : 1,030 words
  7. BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 579 words
  8. To the Editor of the Merald.

    SIR,—The great political and commercial interests of the Australian colonies has at length rendered it an imperative necessity to the further development of their vast rosources and over-increasing commerce, that some better and more ...

    Article : 2,716 words
  9. FREIGHTS.

    For London—Wool (clean) ½d, (greasy)[?]D; tallow, 10s; hides, 20s; cocoanut oil, 50s; copper ore, 10s. For Shanghai, 25s; Hongkong, 17s; Foochow, 15s; San Francisco, 25s; Madras, 15s; Saigon, 10s; Bombay, 20s; ...

    Article : 62 words
  10. HEALTH OF SYDNEY.

    THE following is the Registrar-Goneral's Report on the Vital Statistics of Sydney and Suburbs fof the Month of April, 1869. The births recorded in Sydney during May numbered 241, viz., ...

    Article : 1,138 words
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