July 29.—Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, from Launceston, 19th instant. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Miss Cox, Mrs. Reynolds and family, ...Article : 548 words
The Overland Mail did not arrive yesterday, consequently we are now a whole week in arrear with our Sydney intelligence. The flooded state of the rivers, ...Article : 40 words
APPALLING INHUMANITY.—On Wednesday last, the house of a poor widow, residing between Lonsdale and Little Bourke streets, opposite to Marshall's, the grocer, ...Article : 6,514 words
THIS EVENING (Friday), July 30th the performances will commence with a new farce entitled OUR MARY ANNE. Dance, Mr Harris. Song, Mr. Clarke: To be followed ...Article : 68 words
John William Thurlow, of Melbourne, solicitor, (Second Insolvency) confined in gaol for non-compliance with a decree of the Bench of Magistrates for payment of servant's wages. ...Article : 65 words
The British Sovereign, arrived at Adelaide, brings English news to the 13th April. We glean the following items of ...Article : 755 words
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