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  2. SHIPPING.

    SEPTEMBER 21.—Telegraph (s), 700 tons, Captain G. Gilmore, from Melbourne 19th instant. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Jones (3), Miss Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Massie and 2 children, Miss Brown, Captain Crawford, Messrs. Mater, Bannott, Foss, Bart'ett, Simons, ...

    Article : 81 words
  3. DIARY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 48 words
  4. GBNTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Dowling. The drunkard sheot contained the names of eight defendante. One hnd paid 40s, and was liberated at the lookup; the rest were brought before the Bench, convicted, and gentenced to pay 20s. ...

    Article : 559 words
  5. THE WAR.—CIRCULAR DESPATCHES

    His Excellency the Governor-General direc's the publication of the following Circular Despatches addressed by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to her Majesty's diplomatic and consular agents ...

    Article : 88 words
  6. VICTORIA THEATRE.

    THE performance will commence with Shakspere's Tragedy of MACBETH. Macheth, Mr. Waller, Lady Macbeth, Mrs. Emma Waller. To be fallowed by Frank Moran's Nigger Drolleries. To conelude with the laughable Face, entitled JOHN JONES, ...

    Article : 70 words
  7. DEPARIURES.

    September 21.—Antoinette, for Manila. September 21.—Tasmania ([?]), for Hobart Town. September 21.—Eagle, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 27 words
  8. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Eup[?]rates, for Ceylon; Maria Natividad, for Hengkong; Fanny, for Mauritius; Sporting Lass, for Auckland; Wonga Wonga (s.), for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 25 words
  9. (CIRCULAR.)

    THE communication which has recently been made to you of the correspondence on Eastern affairs which has been laid before both Houses of Parliament, will have shown you that there is every probablity of an early commencement of hostififtles between ...

    Article : 880 words
  10. PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE, CASTEREAGH-STREET.

    THE Evening's entertainments will commence with Bulwer's celebrated Play, entitled, the LADY OF LYONS. Claude Melnotte, Mr. Clarance Holt; Panline, Mrs. Clarence Holt After which, PABLO FANQUE, the first tight ro[?]e dancer in the ...

    Article : 110 words
  11. CLEARANCES.

    September 21—Maria Natividad, Peruvian ship, 657 tons, Captain Baker, for Hongkong. September 21.—Ta[?]mania (s.), 235 tons, Captain Clinch, for Hobart Town. Passengers—Colonel Macpherson, Mrs. ...

    Article : 94 words
  12. The Sydney Moring Merald.

    A MESSAGE was received in the Legislative Council yesterday, stating that his Excellency the GOVERNOR had caused to he placed upon the Estimates of Expenditure for 1856, the sum ...

    Article : 2,426 words
  13. COASTERS INWARDS.

    September 21 —Propector, from the M'Leay River, with [?] bushels maize, 35 barrels porkm 15 barrels beef, 5 cacks tallow; Revenge, from the Clyde River, with 1400 spokes, [?] tons bark, 14 tons potatoes, 2 k[?]gs butter, 24 bides; William and Betey, ...

    Article : 178 words
  14. LAW.

    BEFORE MR. JUSTICE TH[?]BY, and a Jury of four. CONNELL AND ANOTHER V. BRIT AND ANOTHER. This was an action upon an award by three arbitrators chosen from the Chamber of Commerce, according to the rules of the ...

    Article : 1,711 words
  15. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    September 21.—Chieftain, for the Tweed River: Magnet, for Brisbane Water; Ariel, Kangaroo, and Edward, for Newcastle; Kbe[?]eser, for wofold Bay; Orient, for Broulee; William and Betty, for the Hawkesbary. ...

    Article : 33 words
  16. WATER POLICE.

    BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, Msjor Wingate, and Captain Meriarty. Helen Herland and Mary Ann O'Brien were each found guilty of drunkenness; the former was ordered to pay a [?] of 40s or ...

    Article : 735 words
  17. EXPORTS.

    September 21.—Maria Nat[?]dad, for Hongkong: 300 tons soal, 100 cas[?]a, Captain Baker. September 31—[?] (s.). for Hobart Town: 10 cases eigars, J. Cook; 6 cases [?]gars, J. Watkins; 2 horses, I dozcart ...

    Article : 222 words
  18. BHIPS MAI[?]

    Mall will clove at the General Post Office as follows:- FOR LONDON—By the Donald M'KAV. this day, at noon. FOR HONGKONG.—By the Maria Natividad, this day, at noon, if not underweigh. ...

    Article : 374 words
  19. MAITLAND.

    PATRIOTIC FUND.—The committee met on Monday, at the [?] William Dennison Ion, West Holtland. The Rev. Dose Lynch, Major Crammer, P.M., Captain Russell, J. P., and other gentlemen were present. The accounts were examined, and It wu fo[?]d ...

    Article : 1,842 words
  20. NEWCASTLE.

    September 19.—Daniel Webster, barque, 296 tone, Captain Addams, for New Zealand (port unknown), with 100 head of settle, and 60 horses. ...

    Article : 23 words
  21. THE STATION AT PARRAMATTA.

    THE following is the reply of the Governor General to the request of the inhsbitante of Parramatta that the tarmixus of the Ballway should be in that township:- "Colonial Secretary's Office, ...

    Article : 306 words
  22. MELBOURNE.

    September 17.—Mirtioulto, from Warrnambool. September l8.-Georgia, from St. John's, N.B.; Elisabeth, Mary Flower, and Torca, from Port Fairy; City of Hobart (s.), from Hobart Town; Emily J[?]ue, Wanderer, and Carmela Prado, ...

    Article : 145 words
  23. GEELONG.

    September 17.—Despatch, for Sydney; Maria Hay, for Guam. ...

    Article : 12 words
  24. HOBART TOWN.

    September 14 —Rotriever, for Twofold Bay. The master, Captain Lang, of the b urque Glencoe, from Port Albert 7th instant, reporte that the Jane Anderson, brig, went ashore off Eddystone Point. She esme off, and went again ...

    Article : 384 words
  25. YESTERDAY'S ARRIVAL OF GOLD.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 322 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 476 words
  27. OUR POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE.

    SIR,—This much discussed and generally important question, not being likely to bo arranged on the basis of the Select Committee appointed to report on same—from inadequacy of proposed snbridy, &c., &c.; and fearing lest it may again be suffered to sleep to the ...

    Article : 456 words
  28. INSOLVENCY.

    Mr. JUSTRICE DICKISSON yesterday accepted tbe surrender or the following [?]tate:—William Banalster, the younger, late of Albion Wharf, Sussex-street, Sydney, merchant. Liabilities, £1390 3P. lOd. Asse[?]s—Valus of real property, £950; value of personal ...

    Article : 313 words
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