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  2. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.

    SEPTEMBER 25.—Boomerang (s), 400 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Moreton Bay 23rd instant. Passengers—Mr. P. Leslie, Mr. W. B. Tooth, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, Messrs. Cardew, Lord, Dickson. Kennedy, Feez, Mr. and Miss Jaques, Mr. and Mrs. Coleridge, and ...

    Article : 68 words
  3. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of Thomas Bridson, a third meeting. The assignce read his report, and insolvent was allowed to retain the remaining portion of his household furniture, valued at £15. In the estate of Thomas Alliat, an adjourned second meeting, ...

    Article : 233 words
  4. THE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT AT NEWTOWN.

    SIR,—Our attention having been directed to a letter in your paper of Tuesday last, signed "Witness," we hasten to reply to such statements. The circumstances of the case are simply and truly thus, viz., that having advertised for tenders for the erection of ...

    Article : 494 words
  5. DEPARTURES.

    September 25.—Arlequin, for Batavia. September 25.—Robertina, for Adelaide. September 25.—Independence, for South Seas, whaling voyago. ...

    Article : 31 words
  6. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Zone, for Melbourne; Ocean Queen, for Nelson. ...

    Article : 12 words
  7. CLEARANCE.

    September 25.—Ocean Queen, schooner, 120 tons, Captain Arnold, for Nelson. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Cowan and 2 children, Messrs. Balme, Pepper, Thomas, Miller, Southenan, Ryan, Barker, Barry, Jones, W. Glendeing, Strench. ...

    Article : 32 words
  8. COASTERS INWARDS.

    September 25.—John Mitchell, from Pitt Water, with 600 baskets shells; William and Ann, from Shell Harbour, with 26 bags maize, 50 bags wheat, 10 tons firewood, 20 kegs butter, 20 pigs, 1 case eggs, 2 coops fowls; Collaroy (s.), from Morpeth, ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Seven drunkards were sentenced to pay 10s. each, or, in default, to be imprisoned twenty-four hours; ond two others, found guilty of having, in public places, made use of obscene language, were sentenced to pay 10s. each, or to be imprisoned three ...

    Article : 1,068 words
  10. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    September 25.—Sea Gull, and Arrow, for Richmond River; Valentine Ward, for the Hawkesbury; William and Ann, for Shell Harbour; John Mitchell, for Pitt Water; Trial, and Swan, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 35 words
  11. IMPORTS.

    September 25.—Otago, from whaling voyage; 11 tuns black 9 tuns sperm oil, 10 cwt. whalebone, Order. ...

    Article : 19 words
  12. EXPORTS.

    September 25.—Ocean Queen, for Nelson: 3 half-tierces tobacco, 6 quarter-casks brandy, 10 cases boots, 2 cases drapery, 1 bale tents, P. J. Cohen; 2 hogsheads brandy. 2 bales bags, 2 bales woolpacks, S. A. Joseph; 2 hogsheads sugar, 160 bags ...

    Article : 209 words
  13. CHILD BEATING IN HYDE PARK.

    SIR,—Between five and six o'clock yesterday evening I received information that two drunken women were beating and illusing my nurse girl, aged 11 years, and my infant, aged five months. I immediately proceeded to the Racecourse, and found the ...

    Article : 222 words
  14. SHIPS" MAILS.

    Mails will close at the General Post Office as follows:— FOR PORT CURTIS.—By the Albion, this day, at 5:30 pm. FOR MELBOURNE.—By the London (s.), this day, at 2 p.m. FOR NELSON.—By the Ocean Queen, this day, at noon. ...

    Article : 354 words
  15. BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT.

    HIS HONOR the Chief Justice arrived in Bathurst shortly after 8 o'clock on Monday morning. At 10 o'clock he opened the business of the Court, when several of the local magistracy took their places near the judgment seat. ...

    Article : 1,108 words
  16. THE DUST-BOXES.

    SIR,—Trusting that the Mayor and Aldermen have recovered the fatigues of the late grand fancy ball, and the more arduous business of assessing the citizens, I venture to hope that they will take our comfort and health into their consideration, and give us back ...

    Article : 218 words
  17. NEWCASTLE.

    September 24.—Louisiana, American barque, 229 tons, Captain Gardner, from Melbourne. September 25.—Waratah, steamer, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—I perceive it is stated in a letter, signed "John Brewster," appearing in the columns of your paper of the 14th instant, that, in order to divert the passage of stock from my own run "Dundullimal," to my neighbour's run "Cumbooglecumbang," I ...

    Article : 436 words
  19. MORETON BAY.

    September l8.—Uncle Tom. 150 tons, Lake, for Sydney. Passengers—9 in the steerage. Cargo—16 bales wool, 2800 horns, 64 bags bones and sundries. ...

    Article : 29 words
  20. THE SAILING OF THE SIMLA.

    SIR,—By an advertisement appearing in the newspapers, I notice that the Simla is to sail from this on the 11th October, and that passengers are to be ready for that day, instead of the following, as previously advertised. This is not as it ought to be, for, in all ...

    Article : 90 words
  21. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Eliza Reed, for drunkenness, was fined l0s.; in default to be imprisoned for twenty-four hours. Edward Terry, who pleaded guilty to a charge of desertion from the ship Ethereal, was sentenced to imprisonment with hard ...

    Article : 226 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 58 words
  23. INDIA.

    SIR,—Seeing the report I made on my arrival yesterday treated by the Empire as a cock and bull story, thereby doubting my veracity, I beg to tell you I had the exact words from Fraser, Eaton, and Co., Sourabaya, on the 6th August, which I gave, viz.; ...

    Article : 123 words
  24. GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 117 words
  25. SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY.

    WHEAT AND FLOUR.—Business has not been quite so dull this week as last,—owing probably in some degree to the more settled weather, and the consequently increased travelling facilities,— but no alteration has occured in prices. Fine flour £25 per ton of ...

    Article : 685 words
  26. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—In your very able leading article of this morning you say, "We regret that it is not in our power to offer any effectual assistance in this crisis of our country's fate." As a humble individual in this community, and deeply interested in the gigantic ...

    Article : 299 words
  27. YESTERDAY'S RECEIPT OF GOLD.

    THE Western escort arrived yesterday from the respective goldfields, and delivered at the Sydney Branch of the Royal Mint, the following quantities of gold dust:— From Bathurst: 94 ozs. 16 dwts. 3 grs.; Orange, 19 ozs. 13 ...

    Article : 272 words
  28. MORETON BAY.

    BRISBANE, September 23.—By the Boomerang wE have received a copy of the Separation Despatch, and now know all the ins and outs of the matters. The boundary line seems to have been fixed on in order to lop off from us as much of the sea coast as possible. ...

    Article : 2,269 words
  29. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    OF the constellation of Victorian celebrities none for the moment shine with such brilliancy as Mr. OSBORNE. The gentlemen who were supposed to occupy a patriotic elevation—who, like "the ...

    Article : 1,525 words
  30. Advertising

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    Advertising : 79 words
  31. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Your leading article of this morning express—"We regret that it is not in our power to offer effectual assistance," &c. My impression is, that the Australian colonies can spare ninetenths of the military force stationed here, by substituting ...

    Article : 105 words
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    STREET NUISANCES.—Of all the nuisances which the citizens of Sydney have to complain of in their streets, there is none which continues to give more annoyance than is to be encountered at the corner of George and King streets. At this point a great stream ...

    Article : 1,256 words
  33. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Like all my fellow-colonists, I heard with deep concern the report spread through the city yesterday, respecting the state of Calcutta. I have given, however, some attention to the circumstances, and I hope, in convincing myself that the report is ...

    Article : 524 words
  34. SPIRITS AND TOBACCO.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
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