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  2. COMMERCIAL.

    IN the export market this week there is bat little to report; only a few bales of wool have been sold, principally the clearing up of last ssason'a clip. The demand for greasy wool is good, bat without sltorstian in price. ...

    Article : 1,153 words
  3. PATRIOTIC FUND.

    THE following copy of a despatch from Lord John Russell to his Excellency the Governor-General has been handed us for publication by the Secretaries of the Patriotic Fund:— ...

    Article : 295 words
  4. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    THE SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three o'clock. SEPARATION OF MORETON BAY. Mr. RICHARDSON, seeing the Colonial Secretary ...

    Article : 6,634 words
  5. LABOUR MARKET.

    In the absence of any fresh arrivals this weok, it is pleasing to note, that the supply of Labour is pretty nearly equal to the demand, or porhaps, with but one o. two exceptions, viz., good English and Scotch farm servants who have been used to handle ...

    Article : 1,171 words
  6. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    Mr. PARKES to move—That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into all the circumstances connected with the unauthorized expenditure, by his Excellency the Governor, of the sum of £14,000 and upwards, in the erection of that portion of ...

    Article : 346 words
  7. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 189 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,092 words
  9. GOLD CIRCULARS.

    BY the Western Escort this morning, 128[?] ounces have been received, which is rather below the average quantity. Nor is there much reported as having come to hand through other channels. The demand, however, keeps very slow; and although a reduction ...

    Article : 374 words
  10. PRICES OF SECURITIES.

    THE business transacted this wuk has been in all the Colonial banar, in steam, and in debentures, at the prices quoted,—the latter a £93 par coat., and the interest accrued to day of sile. The arrangement entered into between the Government and the ...

    Article : 548 words
  11. COURT OF REQUESTS.

    BEFORE the Commissioner and Two Assessors. SIRKETT v. DOYLE.—This was an action brought to recover a Bum of £23 8s. for work and labour alleged to have been done and performed by plaintiff for ...

    Article : 1,728 words
  12. INSOLVENCY.

    SATURDAY, October 13.—Henry E. Bridges, first, 10. Edward Parsonage, single, half-past 10, James Milter, Bingle, halt-past 11. Holmes and Comey, first, noon. Louis Barber, second, halfpast 12. James Ailinn, adjourned second. 1. ...

    Article : 39 words
  13. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Ronald, Mr. Al'en, and Mr. Robey. The drunkard list contained the names of twenty-two offenders; four had deposited 40s. each, which several sums were declared forfeited on the non-appearance of the depositors; the rest were ...

    Article : 467 words
  14. SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY.

    THE MILLS—Messrs. Barker and Co. No alteration in the market has taken place daring the week. Wheat may be quoted at 15s to 16s 3d per bushel; fine flour£40, and second quality £37, per ton, of 2000 lbs. Bran, [?] per bushel.—Mr. Breillat: There is no ...

    Article : 949 words
  15. LAW.

    BEFORE the full Court. THE QUEEN V. CONNOR. This was a special case from the Maitland Assizes, upon a point reserved by Mr. Justice Dickinson. ...

    Article : 1,438 words
  16. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Major Wingate, J. P. Joseph Smith for drunkenness in the city, was fined 20s. Henry Higgies, the steward of the barque Sea Bird from Manila, was brought before the bench on the charge of being absent from ...

    Article : 237 words
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