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  2. SHIPPING.

    Colonist, schooner, 180 tons, Captain Seaplohorn, from F[?]o Chow 21st September. J. A. Brown, agent. Agnes Jessie, schooner, 187 tons, Captain M'Kinloy, from Launceston 26th instant. Passengers—Mr, and Mrs, Sharp and 8 ...

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES

    MR. Dodds and Mr. J. A. Downing have issued their addresses to the electors of East Maitland Mr. Thomas Dangar, jun, is in the field for the Gwyder. ...

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  4. DESTRUCTIVE [?]RE

    A DISASTROUS fire ooourred in Cumber[?] street, about a hundred yards from Essex-street, by which two cottages, apparently of four or five rooms each, were completely destroyed. The cottages were situated on the w[?] side of ...

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  5. THB PILOT SERVICE.

    SIR,—when I addressed you yesterday I was not aware of the disaster which had ocou[?]ed at the Heads on saturday by the swamping of one of the pilot bouts. As no lives were lost I am not sorry for the misdaventure, it having been part of my ...

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  6. DEPARTURES.—NOVEMBER 9.

    Yarra Yarra (s.), for Brisbane. Tasmania (s.), for Hobart Town, City of Melbourne (s.), for Melbourne, ...

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  7. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—NOVEMBER 30.

    Lady Emma, for Launceston; Pride of the West, for Shanghai; Black Dog, for New Caledonia. ...

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  8. CLEARANCES.—NOVEMBER 29.

    Mary and Rose, schooner, 86 tons, Captain Williams, for Mel- bourne. William Buchanan, brig, 155 tone, Captain Pryde, for Rockhampton. ...

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  9. COASTERS INWARDS.—NOVEMBER 29.

    Terrara, Moselle, Tiger, from Bulli, with 114 tons coal, 30,000 feet hardwood; Lady of the Lake, from Shoalhaven, with 9000 feet hardwood, 2000 feet cedar, 300 felloes; Nautilus, from Newcastle, with 230 tons coal; Cambria, from Lake Macquarie, with ...

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  10. GOULBURN.

    The Gundaroo mail was stuck-up and robbed this morning, by two armed men. The letters were opened by them, but not carried off. No passengers. 9.45 p.m. ...

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  11. COASTERS OUTWARDS.—NOVEMBER 29.

    Moselle, Tiger, for Bulli; Titania, for. Macleay River; Kiama (s.), Colina, for Wollongong; Village Belle, Comet, Eagle, Lorenzo Sabiue, for Newcastle; William and Ann, for Shellharbour; Cyclone, for Richmond River. ...

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  12. IMPORTS—NOVEMBER 29.

    Colonist, from Foo Chow: 750 chests 1000 half-chests 650 boxes tea, J. A. Brown. Agnes Jessie, from Launceston: 710 bags bark, H. H Beauchamp; 116 bales hay, M'Kinley; 453 bags bark, Learmonth, ...

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  13. BATHURST.

    Ben Hall and his gang have made their appearance again in this district. On Saturday evening they visited Mr. Rothery's residence, near Carcoar, but a party of police happening to be inside, they rode off ...

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  14. EXPORTS.—NOVEMBER 29.

    Black Dog, for New Caledonia: 80 cases absyathe, 5[?] cases vermonth, 2 boxes tobacco, 100 cases claret, 2 cases cigars, 4 boxes tobacco, 250 cases 3 quarter-casks brandy, 1 quarter-cask sherry, 8 boxes 8 half-chests tea, 3 cases matches, 186 packages ...

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  15. CUSTOMS IMPORT ENTRIES.—NOVEMBER 29.

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  16. YASS.

    Constable Roach was fined £5, for deserting his post at the late encounter between the police and Ben Hall's [?] ...

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  17. FORBES.

    A few days ago, Gilbert, attired as a digger, but well mounted and armed, called at Mr. John Campbell's, Naninia, and asked a great many questions about himself, but went away without attempting ...

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  18. [By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE.

    November 28,—Ant, from Portland. DEPARTURES, Novemnber 29,—Black Bird (s), for Sydney; I. O, for Belfast; India, for Hobart Town; Dover Castle, Marco Polo, for London. ...

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  19. BRISBANE.

    November 28,—Lady Young (s), Salamander (s.), from Sydney. ...

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  20. CAPE MORETON.

    November 28,—Alexandra (s.), passed the port at 4 p.m. ...

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  21. WINDS AND WEATHER.

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  22. NEWCASTLE.

    A Mrs. Mattam, who attends the gates at the crossing on the Great Northern Railway at Hexham, met with a serious accident this evening. She was struck, and had her skull severely fractured by the ...

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  23. KIAMA.

    A requisition, with 500 names attached, has been presented to Captain Charles, and he has consented to stand for Kiama. ...

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  24. MELBOURNE.

    Parliament was formally opened to day by his Excellency. There was a very large assemblage of spectators. The Speech stated that the House would be invited to pass a Land Bill simple in principle and ...

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  25. SYDNEY HEADS.

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  26. GOVERNMENT OBSERVATORY, SYDNEY.

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  27. COMPARISON OF STATIONS NOVEMBER 29TH, 1864, CIVIL RECKONING.

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  28. DIARY.

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  29. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The reflections of Mr. PIDDINGTON in his able speech at Windsor, already referred to, upon the conduct of the Legislative Council in dealing with the Customs Duties Bill, in ...

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  30. SHIPS' MAILS.

    MAILS will close at the General Post Office, as follows:- FOR SHANGHAI.—By the Pride of the West, this day, at 6 p. m., if in port. FOR NEW CALEDONIA,—By the Black Dog, this day, at 6 p m, ...

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  31. ADELAIDE.

    A debate is now going on in the Ass[?]mbly on a motion made by Mr. Glyde, upon the p[?]storal regulations. The Government take it as a [?]vant of confidence motion. ...

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