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  2. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.

    January 8.—Tasmania (s.), 300 tons, Captain Clinch, from Hobart Town the 5th instant, Twofold Bay 7th instant; 25 passengers. January 9.—LOCHIEL, ship, 674 tons, Captain R. Haddon, from ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  3. FOURTH DAY.

    On Friday, 5th February, the prisoners Plumer Stanley, Rike, and Cartha, were placed in the dock. The attorney for the prisoners (Mr. Moffatt) was not present, and the defendants conducted their own ...

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  4. THE GOLD-FIELDS.

    THE news received in Sydney during the last month from our Southern gold-fields is of a particularly cheering character, shewing, as it does, a steadily increasing progress, the result of intrinsic value in the field itself, and not of any forced attempt to ...

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  5. CONSULAR TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JAMES H. WILLIAMS.

    THE Foreign Consuls resident at Sydney gave a dinner to their late colleague, Mr. James Hartwell Williams, on Saturday evening, at the SYdney Club House, on which occasion they presented him with an address commemorative of their high regard and ...

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  6. DEPARTURES.

    January 8.—Yarra Yarra (s.), 500 tons, Captain Bell, for Moreton Bay; 7 passengers.—ANTONIA PETRONELLA, barque, 213 tons. Captain Voorenkyk, for Batavia, in ballast.—Monarch, barque, 415 tons, Captain Marr, for Melbourne. ...

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  7. FIFTH DAY.

    On Monday, 8th February, the four prisoners, Plumer, Cartha, Stanley, and Bike were again brought up on this charge. The examination was resumed. Mr. Moffatt appeared for prisoners. ...

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