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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 161 words
  3. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.

    FEBRUARY 1.—Mary Ann, schooner, 138 tons, Captain James B. Greig, from Geelong the 25th ultimo, in ballast, Thomas Bowden, agent. February 1.—Marmara, schooner, 136 tons, Captain Mansfield, ...

    Article : 100 words
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    Advertising : 203 words
  5. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    There were six drunkards on the list to-day: one of whom forfeited the usual deposit of 40s.; the others were fined in the sum of 20s each, in default twentyfour hours' imprisonment. There was only one case ...

    Article : 672 words
  6. DEPARTURES.

    February 1.—Herenles, for Geelong. February 1.—Eagle (s.), for Twofold Bay. ...

    Article : 12 words
  7. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Rabenhaupt, for Batavia; Splendido," for New Caledonia; General List, for Akyab; Chieftain, for Shinghae; Golden Spring, for Melbourne; Lady Kennaway, for Madras; Thames, for Mauritius; Tory, for Port Cooper via Newcastle; ...

    Article : 51 words
  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    A NUMBER of meetings are reported in the Melbourne papers held to deprecate the trial of the rioters, and to demand of the Government,—as a matter of equity,—that since blood has been ...

    Article : 2,256 words
  9. CLEARANCES.

    February 1.—Thames, ship, 240 tons, Captain Griffiths, for Mauritius, Passenger—Mr. J. Roberts. February 1.—Tory, barque, 484 tons, Captain Livingtone, for Port Coop [?] via Newcastle, in ballast. Passengers—Mrs. ...

    Article : 112 words
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    OBITUARY.—THE LATE CHARLES WINDBYER.— Amongest those whom death has stricken within the last few days it is our painful duty to record the death of Mr. Charles Windeyer. Nearly attaining his ...

    Article : 1,872 words
  11. COASTERS INWARDS.

    February 1.—Echo, and Agnes, fiom Shoalhaven, with 34 tons potatoes, 85 bags onions, Sea Serpent, from Kiama, with 370 bags potatoes, 190 bags wheat, 80 bags corn, 50 bags onions, 4 casks pork, 3 casks tallow, 145 kegs butter, 10 boxes eggs, 15 plus, 10 ...

    Article : 80 words
  12. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    February 1.—Huntress, for Windsor; Australian Maid, for Shoalhaven; Edward, and Ha[?]p, for Morpeth; William the Fourth, for the Clarence River; Chance, Adolphus, Coquette, Sister, and Venus, for Newcastle; Pyrmont, for the Tweed River; ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. IMPORTS.

    February 1.—Marmora, from Hobart Town: 334 bags lime, half ton potators, 20 tons hay, Morris and Co. February 1.—John Taylor, from London: 33 packages. D. Cooper; 8 packages, M'Nab Brothers; 30[?] packages, Smith, ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. EXPORTS.

    February 1.—Thames, for Mauritius: 125 tons coal, 197 boxes Candles, 66 tierces beef, l8 hogsheads tallow, 437 cases geneva, 24 cases cigars, 23 boxes tobacco, 185 cases brandy, Henry Fisher; [?] cases cigars, Smith Brothers; 2 cases sundries, 2 dozen shovels, ...

    Article : 114 words
  15. SHIP'S MAILS.

    FOR SHANGHAE.—By the Chieftain, this day, at noon, if not underweigh. FOR AKYAB.—By the General List, and Wacousta, this day, at noon, if not underweigh. ...

    Article : 274 words
  16. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Patrick Donnelly was fined 40s., in default of paying, forty-eight hours' imprisonment; and James Young was fined 20s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for drunkenness. ...

    Article : 2,664 words
  17. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Observing by an advertisement in your journal, a few days back, that it was doubtful wheter the General Screw Company would convey the mails again to Australia for some time to come, swing to their boats being taken up to carry troops to the seat of ...

    Article : 799 words
  18. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of John Stevens, a certificate meeting. Certificate granted. In the estate of Thomas May, a certificate meeting. The Official Assignee opposed, and the meeting was ...

    Article : 165 words
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