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  2. SEPARATION MOVEMENT IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND.

    SOME time ago there was an abortive movement in the northern part of Queensland in favour of separation. That having proved to be at least premature, the causes that led to the ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  3. RANDWICK SPRING RACE MEETING.

    THE weather on the Derby Day, the 5th instant, was beautifully fine, and the attendance large. Everything passed off successfully. The Derby was won by a rank outsider. The following are the results:— ...

    Article : 2,699 words
  4. DEPARTURES FROM NEWCASTLE.

    August 11.—Lord of the Isles, Craigie, for Manila, with 970 tons coal. August l1.—Countess of Scafield, Sulham, for Mauritius, with 600 tons coal. ...

    Article : 228 words
  5. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF ENGLISH MAILS.

    Bombay (Suez line) sailed on the 13th August. K[?]koura (Panama line) arrived on the 24th August. Mataura (Panama line), sailed on September 2. Avoca (Suez line), arrived on September 6. ...

    Article : 36 words
  6. EXPORT OF GOLD AND SPECIE.

    Liberator, for London, 5976 oz. gold. City of Adelaide, for Melbourne 15,000 sovereigns. Bombay, for Galle, 37,752 sovereigns, 2014 oz. gold. Victory, for Mauritius, 15,000 sovereigns. ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. SHIP'S LOADING.

    For London.—Walter Hood, ship, 918, Latto; Strathnaver, ship, 1017, Donald. For Shanghai.—Dartmouth, ship, 933, Ellesden, At Newcastle: Craigh Ellachie, Frances Hen[?]y, Algernon, Celestial ...

    Article : 147 words
  8. FREIGHTS AND TONNAGE.

    Freight rates to London rule this month as follows, viz.:— wool (clean), [?]d in full; (greasy), [?]d in full; oil (cocoanut), 75s; sperm. 85s; cotton, [?]d in full; tallow, 55s to 60s; hides, bones, and horns, 25s; copper and copper ore, 10s; leather, 50s; ...

    Article : 226 words
  9. VESSESLS SOLD.

    Xulla, British barque, has been sold for £3700. ...

    Article : 11 words
  10. MEN-OF-WAR ON THE STATION.

    Challenger, l8 guns, Commodore Lambert, at Sydney. Brisk, 16 guns, Captain Hope, sailed, bound home. Charybd[?]s, 17 guns, Captain Lyons, left for Valparaiso. Rosar[?]o, 3 guns, Commander Palmer, at New Zealand. ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. THE CRUISE Of H. M. S. CHALLENGER AT FIJI.

    H. M. S. CHALLENGER, carrying the pennant of Commodore Lambert, having prosecuted her cruise among the South Sea Islands, returned to this port on the 7th. The last advices received respecting her previous to her arrival date to 4th August, when ...

    Article : 372 words
  12. SUMMARY OF SHIPPING. ARRIVALS FROM ENGLAND.

    August 11.—Agnes Rose, ship, 991, Purvis, from the Downs, 87 days. August 11.—Damascus, ship, 968, Taylor, from the Downs, 80 days. ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    HARLAW.£The clipper ship Harlaw, Captain Phillips, consigned to Messrs. Montef[?]ore, Joseph, and Co., bringing a full general cargo, arrived on the 1st instant from London after a splendid passage of seventy-six days. Captain Phillips reports of ...

    Article : 2,587 words
  14. DEPARTURES FOR ENGLAND.

    August 11.—Liberator, ship, 690, Johnson, for London. Passengers—Miss Barker, Mrs. E. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Barkfill and child Cargo: 580 bales wool, 958 casks tallow, 1962 cakes 1878 ingots copper, 7 bales skins, 86 kegs butter, 1204 bags maize, ...

    Article : 318 words
  15. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL REVIEW.

    SINCE the departure of the Panama mail on the 2nd instant, or indeed during the whole of the past month, monetary affairs have been unmarked by any noticeable feature. No alterations have taken place in ...

    Article : 1,176 words
  16. BANK RETURNS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 934 words
  17. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    August 9.—Japan, barque, 332, [?], from San Francisco. August 10.—Xulla, barque, 525, George, from [?]o [?]o. August 11.—Salacia, barque, 424, Stuart, from Saigon. August 13.—Courier du Mer, barque, 420, [?]meaux, from ...

    Article : 143 words
  18. NEW ZEALAND WAR RENEWED.

    THE Government of New Zealand must have felt somewhat astonished on hearing of the return of the Maories from their exile. The sensation may have been something like that ...

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  19. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    For San Francisco.—August 11; Rockwood, barque 335, Little. 22; Penang, 581, White, 28; Leonide, barque, 675, Martin. 29; Alexander Duthie, ship 1050, Douglas. For Hongkong.—August 11: Edgar Ross, barque, 278, Binden, ...

    Article : 172 words
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