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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.

    FROM New Zealand, yesterday, having left the Bay of Islands the 7th instant, the brig William Wise, Captain Harwood, with sundries. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Browne ...

    Article : 77 words
  3. THE WORKING CLASSES.

    THE outrageous statements made at the meeting of the working men on Tuesday evening, in most cases carry their own antidote with them; and we do not ...

    Article : 70 words
  4. DEPARTURE.

    For Lima, yesterday, the barque Larne, Captain Davis, in ballast. The William Wise, from the Bay of Islands, brings no particular news, the Exporter was ...

    Article : 219 words
  5. LAW INTELLIGENCE.

    George Weller at the suit of Burdekin and another, was opposed by Mr. Thurlow, on the ground that he was notinsolvent. Mr. Want supported the application because the ...

    Article : 1,716 words
  6. WATER POLICE OFFICE.—TUESDAY.

    MR. HENRY SAWYER, owner of the Colonial schooner Coquette, Captain Louton, cleared for the Clarence-river, appeared before Captains Browne and Dacre, to answer a charge ...

    Article : 806 words
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    Advertising : 46 words
  8. POL.—What, [?]! help!—(Au[?]) HAM.—How now! a rat!—(H[?])

    WE cannot say we are surprised that the Australian, as the land lies, "the Herald of a former day," should recommend a re-adoption of the "convict system;" but ...

    Article : 755 words
  9. The Sydney Herald.

    SIR GEORGE GIPPS hns now nearly completed two-thirds of his sojourn in New South Wales. On the 24th of February coming, four years will have elapsed since ...

    Article : 2,230 words
  10. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    ON Tuesday evening, pursuant to notice, a public meeting took place in the Mechanics Institute, foi the purpose of opposing the Debenture Bill. The room was crowded to ...

    Article : 4,072 words
  11. FREE DISCUSSION.

    WE admire free discussion, and are therefore pleased to find that the no-principled Monitor and the every-principled Free Press have joined in abusing the Herald, ...

    Article : 96 words
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