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  2. THE FLOODS [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] CAMPBELLTOWN.

    FROM the continued rain on Sunday night, the flood again rose yesterday at the Menangle some six or seven feet, but is now rapidly falling. Yesterday the weather was showery, and during the night we ...

    Article : 92 words
  3. SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—FEBRUARY 14.

    Kiama (s.), 200 tons. Captala Keft, from Twofold Bay 13th instant, Passengers—6 in the steerage. E. Manning agent. ...

    Article : 23 words
  4. CASE OF WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.

    Mr. WILSON moved, " That the report of the select committee appointed to enquire into the case of William Sutherland be now adopted." In doing so he would briefly refer to the circumstances as stated before the selct ...

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  5. DEPARTURES.—FEBRUARY 14.

    Mountain Maid, for Port Cooper. Colonsay, for Gusm. Antonie, for South Sea Islands R. M. S.S. Salsette, for sues, via Melbourne; ...

    Article : 40 words
  6. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—FEBRUARY 14.

    City of Sydney (s.), Esperanza, for Melbourne; Lannceston, for New Caledonia; Brilliant, for Geelong; Sebastian and Jason, for London; Esperace, for Hongkong; Herburgh,for Valpaalso: Billiton, for Manila; St. Louis, for Singapore; Grafton ...

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  7. WINDSOR.

    THE FLOOD.—We are happy to state the water fell several feet during the night, and the river is now running down fast. The, damage done will not be so great as was at first anticipated. The weather continues rainy. ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. CLEARANCE.—FEBRUARY 14.

    R. M. S. S. Salsctte, 1800 tons, Captain Sparkes, for Soez via Melbourne. Passenger—For Southampton: Mr. J.J. Monteflore, Mr. W. D. Stewart, Mr. Mrs. and Master E. Apps Smith, Sir Alfred Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Carr, Mr. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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  9. SHOALHAVEN.—GREAT LOSS OF LIFE.

    We have just received from our correspondent the following communication, under date the 13th instant. I have only time to let you know that we are all alive, having been visited by the most fearfulflood that has been ever known ...

    Article : 609 words
  10. COASTERS INWARDS.—FEBRUARY 14.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 67 words
  11. "COASTERS OUTWARDS.—FEBRUARY 14.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 13 words
  12. EXPORTS.—FEBRUARY 14.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 82 words
  13. SHIPS' MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 455 words
  14. DISASTROUS FLOODS.—SERIOUS DAMAGE AT GOULBURN.

    In addition to the particulars given in our telegram of yesterday, we now add the following from Saturuay's Goulburn Chronicle. That journal says: We are in the midst now of one of the most extensive floods ...

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  15. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE.

    February 14.—Wo[?] Wongs from Sydney, at 5.20 a.m. DEPARTURES. February 13.—Rialto, Alma, for Newcastle; Commerce for Hongkong. ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. NEWCASTLE.

    February 12.—Telegraph (s.), for Moreton Bay. COASTER IN WARD. February 12.—Unknown. FEBRUARY 13TH.—It commenced to blow a gale of wind ...

    Article : 103 words
  17. SYDNEY HEADS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 25 words
  18. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 42 words
  19. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    THE Legislative Assembly met yesterday, at twentyfive minutes past three. Petitions, principally from members of the Roman Catholic Church, praying that State-aid to religion, ...

    Article : 3,872 words
  20. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] MELBOURNE.

    THE Mary Whiterage, from California, brings 700 tons wheat, and a large quantity of oats. Her dates are to 15th December. Several other shipments of grain are reported. ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. ADELAIDE.

    Flour offering freely, but no transactions. Holders of wheat generally are still firm, at former prices, but buyers decline to operate. Further quantites of copper have been recovered ...

    Article : 38 words
  22. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    IT will be recollected that Mr. Forster withdrew his bill to amend the constitulion of the Legislative Council, in order to bring it forward in an amended shape. The measure was brought in again yesterday, with two new clauses and several important. ...

    Article : 621 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 476 words
  24. WINDSOR.

    THE HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,—The annual meeting of the [?]cribers was called for this day (Monday),at noon. At the time appointed only about a [?] persons made their appearance. The Rev. Mathew Adam was voted into the chair in ...

    Article : 168 words
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