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  2. THE BOMERANG PROPELLER.

    SIR THOMAS MITCHELL, the Surveyor General, has, we are glad to observe, returned in safety and good health to the Colony. It is well-known to our readers that Sir Thomas obtained ...

    Article : 1,516 words
  3. SHIPPING.

    APRIL 19.—Crœsus, G.S.S.S. Company, 2550 tons, Captain J.V. Hall, from Southampton 11th January, Lisbon 24th January, Cape of Good Hope 10th March, and Melbourne 16th instant. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Lieutenant Leith, Sir T. ...

    Article : 178 words
  4. FISH DIET.

    SOME short time since a Company was formed for the purpose of supplying the inhabitants of Sydney with fish, and we have understood that, up to this time, the progress of the undertaking ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  5. DEPARTURES.

    April 19.—Torch, H.M. steamer, on a cruise. April 19.—Antelope (s.s.), for Melbourne and Adelaide. April 19.—City of Melbourne (s.s.), for Moreton Bay. April 19.—Waterwitch, for Port Cooper via Newcastle. ...

    Article : 31 words
  6. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Nile, for London; Syria, for Callao; Anna Margaretha, for Batavia; Great Britain, for Shanghai; Monarch, and Gil Blas, for Geelong. ...

    Article : 28 words
  7. CLEARANCES.

    April 19.—Antelope (s.s.) 789 tons, Alexander P. Prench, Commander, for Melbourne. Passengers—Mr. D. Simcock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray, Mr. M'Lachiau, Mr. J. K. Pascoe and lady, Mr. John Pascoe, Misses Pascoe (5), Messrs. Henry Pascoe, E. P. ...

    Article : 87 words
  8. COASTERS INWARDS.

    April 19.—Midshipman, from Shall Harbour, with 260 bags potatoes, 34 bags wheat, 20 kegs butter. ...

    Article : 17 words
  9. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    April 19.—Nancy, and Thistle (s.), for Morpeth: Midshipman, for Shell Harbour. ...

    Article : 15 words
  10. IMPORTS.

    April 19.—Crœsus (s.), from London via Lisbon and Melbourne: 26 packages. P. Hart; 20 packages, De Pass, Ellis, and Co.; 4 packages, Keep and Persons; 1 package books, A. B. Sparke; 46 trunks shoes, 4 packages, Lyall, Scott, and Co.: 1 package, E. ...

    Article : 451 words
  11. EXPORTS.

    April 19.—Antelope (s.), for Melbourne and Adelaide: 7 cases silks, 141 bags bran, Swain, Webbs, and Co.; 100 bags maize, T. Grimwood; 21 bars iron, Buyers and Learmonth; 1 case, F. Korff; 14 casks unions, 20 bags barley, 122 casks truit, 17 bags ...

    Article : 72 words
  12. DIARY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 44 words
  13. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Mails will close at the Post-office as follows:— FOR MELBOURNE.—By the Hellespont (s.), this day, at 2 p.m. FOR LONDON.—By the Nile, this day, at noon, if not underweigh. FOR SINGAPORE.—By the Anna Margaretha, this day, at noon, ...

    Article : 85 words
  14. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE.

    WILL be produced the celebrated play of LOVE'S SACRIFICE, or THE RIVAL MERCHANTS. Mathew Elmore, Mr. Stark; Paul Lafont, Mr. King; Engene de Lorme, Mr. Warde; Morlac, Mr. Spencer; Du Viray, Mr. Hammond; Friar Dominic, Mr. ...

    Article : 112 words
  15. TWOFOLD BAY.

    EDEN.—April 4th, Sailed the Jenny Lind, barque, for Valparaiso. April 6th. In Port, Hongkong, Dutch barque, for Batavia, now ready for sea, after repairing sails and making yards, &c. The William Barry Brown had been lying at East Boyd up to ...

    Article : 72 words
  16. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    WHATEVER has a tendency to educate and enlighten the people should be encouraged—not by the generous and benevolent only, but also by the rulers or governing body of any and ...

    Article : 2,324 words
  17. MELBOURNE.

    ARRIVALS.—April 12.—Brilliant, from Sydney; James M'Quin, from Dublin; Mersey, from London. 13. Picard, and Sword, fish, from Hobart Town; Chicora, from Newcastle, New South Wales; Andes, from Boston; Black Swsn (s.), from ...

    Article : 115 words
  18. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

    ARRIVALS.—January 23. Proserpine, from Southampton, for Melbourne. 30. Eliza Cornish, from Bristol, for Melbourne; Kensington, American ship, from New York, for Melbourne. February 2. Harmony, from Liverpool, for Melbourne, 5. Swan, ...

    Article : 241 words
  19. NEW ZEALAND.

    IT is just six years last Thursday since there appeared from our shores, as it were, a speck on the horizon. It approaches nearer and nearer: the discovery is made —a ship is in sight!—a ship bearing to our harbour a ...

    Article : 1,774 words
  20. THE CRŒSUS.

    THIS magnificent steamship arrived yesterday at 5 a.m., having left Port Phillip Heads at 5 a.m. on the 16th instant Her passengers describe the voyage out in the highest degree satisfactory, and had it not been for the unfortunate accident to part of ...

    Article : 1,683 words
  21. VICTORIA.

    BY the Crœsus we have received last Saturday's Melbourne papers, and copy the following items from the Argus: TEMPERANCE TEA MEETING.—The public tea ...

    Article : 1,262 words
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