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  2. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SHIPPING.

    September 22.—Winora (s.), 250, Shoobert, from the Downs, 118 days. September 23.—Peerless, ship, 1005, Flavin, from Liverpool, 92 days. ...

    Article : 68 words
  3. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    September 21.—Melanie, 130, Longmuir, from Colombo. September 2[?].—Macassar, 406, Bohm, from Batavia. September 30.—Rapid, 505, Denham, from Manila. October 3.—Marria J. Smith, 494, Smith, from New York. ...

    Article : 75 words
  4. DEPARTURES FOR ENGLAND.

    September 25.—Sir John Moore, ship, 608, Captain Robertson, for London. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Scholler and 3 children, and [?] in the steerage. Cargo: 24 bales leather, 486 bales wool, 6128 hides, 79 casks tallow, 755 cases cocoanut oil, 8½ tons bones, 1 bale ...

    Article : 165 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 6,743 words
  6. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    For Hongkong.—September 23, Virginia, 839, Lewis; October 15, Devonshire, 858, Calhorn. For Calcutta.—October 7, Spitfire, 1200, Elvi; 18, H. Marshall, [?] Preston. ...

    Article : 71 words
  7. DEPARTURES FROM NEWCASTLE.

    September 22.—Montmorency, Maxwell, for Shanghai, with 670 tons coal. October 5.—Ettrick, Hooper, for Shanghai, with 380 tons coal. ...

    Article : 22 words
  8. VESSELS LOADING.

    Fer London.—Isles of the South, 821, Sennett; Shackamaxon, [?] Tuelon; Whitehall, 1200, James; William Duthie, 968, Duthie; Woolloomooloo, 617, Ayling. For Calcutta.—Dartmouth, 989, Davis. ...

    Article : 38 words
  9. EXPORT OF GOLD AND SPECIE,

    Sovereigns. Gold. Strathdon, for London......... 55,000 Northam, for Galle......... 116,500 11,103 Bombay, for Galle......... 100,172 8,816 ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. EXPORTS OF WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, &c.

    Per Strathdon: 1879 bales wool, 11,806 hides, 8706 horns. Per Centurion: 841 bales wool, 6740 hides, 414 casks cocoanut oil, 1[?]9 packages 1208 bags gum. Per Transatiantio: 1417 bales wool, 86 casks tallow, 6631 hides, ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. SHIPPING MASTER'S OFFICE.

    A QUARTERLY RETURN of the Number of Foreign-going Ships cleared Inwards and Outwards at the Shipping Master's Office, Sydney, from 1st day of July to 30th September (inclusive), showing the amount of Tonnage, number of ...

    Article : 658 words
  12. EXPORTS OF COAL.

    THE following is the quantity of coal entered at the Sydney [?]ustoms, coastwise, from 18th Spetember, to 17th October, inclusive:— From Newcastle......... 11,663 tons ...

    Article : 127 words
  13. INTESTATE ESTATES.

    A RETURN made under the Acts of Council, 11 Victoria, No. 24, and 15 Victoria, No. 8, of all moneys received and paid, and of all balances in the Commercial Bank of Sydney, in respect of Estates of deceased persons entrusted to Samuel Raymond, Esq., all which ...

    Article : 1,215 words
  14. THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    The P. and O. Co.'s s. Madras, with the August mail, arrived at her anchorage at 10 p.m. on the 12th instant. ...

    Article : 28 words
  15. MEN-OF-WAR ON THE STATION.

    Harrier, 17 guns, Captain Sullivan, at New Zealand. Miranda, 14 guns, Captain Jenkins, at New Zealand. Eclipse, 4 guns, Captain Mayne, at New Zealand. Cur[?], 23 guns, Commodore Wiseman, at New Zealand. ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. MAILS BY THE P. AND O. CO.'S STEAMERS.

    Letters. Books. Newspapers. January.—Madras...... 22,300 285 26,000 February.—Northarn... 18,072 279 25,853 March.—Behar............ 24,079 260 27,443 ...

    Article : 100 words
  17. SHIPS' REPORTS.

    CITY OF QUEBEC—The City of Quebec left Leith 25th June, and was off Brighton on 1st July; cleared the Channel on the 3rd July, crossed the Equator on 7th August, and the Cape on 31st August. She ran down her casting between latitude 4[?] and 39', ...

    Article : 395 words
  18. INSOLVENCIES DURING THE MONTH.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 540 words
  19. TOTAL LOSS OF THE MIMOSA (s),

    [?] the property of the Illawarra Steam Navigation Company, foundered on the 18th ultimo, in consequence of striking on a rock, while on her passage from Merimbula to Sydney. The following is Captain Keft's account of the occurrence:—He ...

    Article : 1,309 words
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