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  2. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Malls will close at the Post Office as follows:— FOR NEW PLYMOUTH AND WANGANUI.—By the Rosebud, this evening at 6. For WELLINGTON.—By the Koh-i-Noor, this day, at noon. ...

    Article : 63 words
  3. SHIPPING.

    FEBRUARY 6.—Hellespont, ste[?]mer, 400 tons, Captain Pockley, from Melbourne 3rd instant. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Merwip, Miss Cowell, Mrs. Hancock, Master Collins, (2), Masters Cowell (2,) Messrs. Reid, White, Rev. J. Eggleston, J. ...

    Article : 307 words
  4. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 43 words
  5. ROYAL VICTORI[?] THEATRE.

    Will be produced the nautical drama entitled LAID UP IN PORT; or, Sharks along Shore. Captain Stockton, Mr. Montague; Diego Bruno Villanos, Mr. C. King; Walter Atherly, R. N., Mr. Richardson; Old Squalls, Mr. Rogers; ...

    Article : 90 words
  6. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    IT is no longer possible to disguise from ourselves and our readers that the war between Russia and Turkey must lead to great bloodshed and a prolonged struggle. The manifesto of ...

    Article : 371 words
  7. DEPARTURE

    February 6.—Coila, for the South Sea Islands. ...

    Article : 8 words
  8. MELBOURNE.

    ARRIVALS.—January 25. Harbinger, from Glasgow: 26. Voyager, from London; Henry, from Hobart Town; Queen, screw steamer, from Glasgow; Rebecca and Amicus, from Adelaide; Clarence (s.), and Black Swan (s), from Laun[?]eston.27. Isaac ...

    Article : 1,248 words
  9. CLEARANCES.

    February 6.—Koh-i-noor, ship, 814 tons, Captain Rhodes, for Wellington. Passengers—Messrs. R. Eagar, J. Mountain, F. Evans, J. Turnbull, J. Waldgrore, H. Buyton, C. Jennings, and G. Taylor. ...

    Article : 150 words
  10. THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA'S MANIFESTO.

    "By the Grace of God, We, Nicholas the First, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias, &c. "By our manifesto of the 14th. of June, of the prepent year, we informed our faithful and well-beloved ...

    Article : 2,347 words
  11. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Maidstone, for London; Howard, for Callao; Souverain, and Orion, for Bataria; Emma, Wild Irish Girl, Dart, Lady H[?]rwood. Sar[?] Ann, for Melbourne; Mary Jane, for Geelong; Lizzio Webber, for Launceston; Koh-i-noor, for ...

    Article : 53 words
  12. COASTERS INWARDS.

    February 6.—Clariss[?], from Morpeth, with 10 tons cheese, 40 tons potatoes, 10 tons onions, 200 bushels maize, 10 tons hay; Abs[?]lom, from Shoalh[?] ven, with 20 tons potatoes, 150 bushels wheat. 4 kegs butter; Vision, from Kiama, with 200 bags ...

    Article : 56 words
  13. RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

    Omer Pacha, previous to crossing the Danube, addressed the following proclamation to the soldiers:— "Imperial Soldiers,—When firm and courageous we shall engage the enemy we will not fly, but sacrifice ...

    Article : 1,524 words
  14. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    February 6.—Tamar (6.), for Morpeth; Magnet, Mary, and Emma, for Richmond; Sarah, for Shoalhaven; Flower of Wexford, for the Clarence; Jea[?]ie Deans, for Ull[?]dulls. ...

    Article : 30 words
  15. IMPORTS.

    February 6.—Marmora, from Auckland: 23 kits 1 bag onions, Myers; 25 bags kauri[?] gum, Wilmot and Co.; 29,000 feet timber, 129 bags maize, 5 tons potatoes, 1 ton 173 bags onions, 3 tons 116 boxes potatoes, 38 bags wheat, 61 bags gum, and ...

    Article : 1,179 words
  16. TWO DAYS LATER.

    LONDON and Liverpool papers to the 14th of November have arrived at Melbourne, via the Cape. Of English news there is none, and of the Foreign, it is difficult to separate what appears ...

    Article : 1,458 words
  17. CIRCASSIA.

    The Circasiana are said to have approached within 45 English miles of Tiflis. They were 20,000 men. with 60 guns, and for some time Prince Woro[?]zoff could only oppose 15,000 men to them. Fortunately ...

    Article : 118 words
  18. LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    It is stated that the French Government intend to demand what course the Austrian Government intend to pursue during the coming struggle, as she will not ba permitted to assume a neutrality. ...

    Article : 887 words
  19. GEELONG.

    ARRIVALS.—January 24. Orion, from Hobart Town. 25. Flying Fish and Su[?]an, from Hobart Town, Margaret from Sydney. 20. Eml[?]y, from London. 28. Phœni[?], from London. 80. Helen, from Circular Head. ...

    Article : 60 words
  20. ADELAIDE.

    ARRIVALS.—January 19.—William Hammond, from Southampton. 20. Vivid, Lydia, and Flash, from Melbourne; Fergus, from Dundee. 21. Wye, from Melbourne; Lydford, from London; Lady Nugent, from Falmouth. ...

    Article : 32 words
  21. PORTLAND.

    IMMIGRANT SHIP UTOPIA.—The arrival of this fine vessel yesterday with 889 immigrants is very seasonable for the great demand for labour there is at present in this town and district. The Uto[?]ia is a ship of 949 tons and belongs to the same owners as ...

    Article : 209 words
  22. EXPORTS.

    February 6.—Koh-i-Noor. for Wellington; 50 cases wine. 10 barrels dr[?]d [?]pp[?]es, 5 cases champagne, 271 boxes tea, 15 bags coffee, 80 oases bottled h[?]er, 3 barrels raisine, 1 cask figs, 24 packages in, 5 boxes tobacco, 50 cases brandy, 4 cases cigars 14 ...

    Article : 949 words
  23. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

    HOBART TOWN.—Arrivals: January 24.—Adventure, from Sydney. 2[?]. Antipodes, from London October 18, with 30 passengers. 26. Emu, from Shanghai November 1. 29. Vice Admiral Gobins, from London, November 3. 22 passengers. ...

    Article : 377 words
  24. NEW ZEALAND.

    AUCKLAND.—Arrivals: January 21. Hargraves, from Sydney. 23, Mon, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 17 words
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