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  2. SHIPPING. DEPARTURES.

    MARCH 14.—John Tavlor, for Calcutta. March 14.—Ino, for Calcutta. March 14.—Forres, for Calcutta. March 14.—Julls Perey, for South Sea Island[?]. ...

    Article : 64 words
  3. WATER POLICE COURT.

    John Fish, a seaman belonging to the Lady Warncliffe, was arraigned upon the charge of having, from the 13th of January last, up to the 11th of March instant, whilst on the high seas, continued to disobey lawful commands, refusing to turn to when ...

    Article : 159 words
  4. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Mason, Richard and Ann, Staghound, and Coils, for Melbourne; James Booth, for London; Sne[?]held, for Calcutta; Spec, for South Sea Islands; Alice Brown, for New Zealand via Twofold Bay. ...

    Article : 33 words
  5. WRECK OF A WHALE SHIP.

    MR. MEEK, who arrived here in the Equator, from Mani'a, fornishes us with the following account of the wreck of the whale ship Canton 1st, of New Bedford, A. J. Wing, master. The ship sailed from Tahiti for the Marian and Sandwich Islands. On the ...

    Article : 406 words
  6. CLEARANCES.

    March 14.—Richard and Ann, schooner, 59 tons, Captain Ducat, for Melbourne. March 14,—S[?]ec, brig, l61 tons. Captain Barrack, for the South Sea Islands. Passengers—Mr. Oliver wife and child, and 2 ...

    Article : 161 words
  7. CITY COMMISSIONERS' COURT.

    Thomas Farrell, licensed drayman, No. 86, appeared to prefer a charge against Moses Moses, merchant, Wynyard lane, for refusing to pay fare, to wit, 5s. The facts as elicited from the evidence, are these: on the 26th February last the defendant went ...

    Article : 252 words
  8. L A W.

    This was an action for breach of ojvenants by a lessee against a l[?]or. The first count was for stopping up a right of way; the second for breach of a covenant to keep in repair the premises occupied by the plaintiff. The defendant denled the Justice of any ...

    Article : 1,193 words
  9. COASTERS INWARDS.

    March 14.—Magnet, from Brisbane Water, with 700 feet timber; Elizibeth Ann, Storm King, and Adolphus, from Newcastle, with 306 bales bay, and 825 tons coal; William, from Port Macquarie, with 50 casks beef, 88 bales wool, 8 bundles sheepskins, ...

    Article : 77 words
  10. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of John Mal[?]n, an adjourned special meeting was held, and some witnesses were examined. In the estate of William Heasman, a first meeting was held, but no claims were proved. ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    March 14[?]Ann, and Black Diamond, for Newcastle; Elizabeth, and Ruth, for the Hawkesbury; Magnet, for Brisbane Water; Sophis, and Reaper, for Morpeth; Sarah, for She Sh[?]alhaven; Orient, for Broulee. ...

    Article : 36 words
  12. THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

    As this new and costly structure is now rapidly approaching completion, it may not be out of place to offer a few remarks desenptive of its [?]ading features, and the general advantages which it presents as a public source of amusement. It was commenced at ...

    Article : 1,591 words
  13. Advertising

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    Advertising : 201 words
  14. EXPORTS.

    March 14.[?]Richard and Ann, for Melbourne: 1000 bags rice, Houghton and Co.; 128 bags bran, Gollan, Mackenzie, and Co. March 14.[?]Spec, for the South Sea Islands: [?] brandy, 10 barrels floor, 12 casks biscuits, 4 cases sugar, 5 bags salt, 12 ...

    Article : 310 words
  15. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    William Sutherland was charged with stealing three pairs of women's boots. Rachael, the wife of Abraham Tolano, of Georgestreet, thopkeeper, dep[?]d that yesterday afternoon the prisoner made inquiry of her concerning the price of some boots which ...

    Article : 1,897 words
  16. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Mails will close at the Post Office as follows:— FOR LONDON.—By the James Booth, this day, at noon, if not under weigh. FOR AUCKLAND.—By the George, this day, at noon. ...

    Article : 176 words
  17. The Sydney [?] Merald.

    In giving the letters of a digger, we present only a class of impressions as they have operated upon a mind which has surveyed the digging world from a limited point of view. It is common ...

    Article : 2,255 words
  18. THE WRECK OF THE GRIMENEZA.

    THE following letter was published in the Argus of last Thursday. At present we pronounce no opi[?]ion upon the facts it narrates Ciptain Wiles happens to be in Sydney, and has the opportunity of producing the evidence of his officers and crew, should he be ...

    Article : 1,848 words
  19. GOULBURN ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

    YESTERDAY morning his Honor Mr. Justice Therry (accompanied by Mr. Augustus Cutter, Clerk of Assize), arrived at the Goulburn Hotel, and this morning, at a quarter-past 10 o'clock, his Honor took his seat on the Bench, when the business of the Circuit Court ...

    Article : 1,412 words
  20. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 366 words
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    THIS DRAY NUISANCE.—Yesterday evening, between five and six o'clock, a desperate pugilis[?] combat took place in Bridge-street between two draymen. One of the combatants was literally covered with blood, The sooner the City Commissioners more ...

    Article : 1,365 words
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