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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    January 14.—Havilah, s. s. s., 250 tons, James Lowrie, from Adlaide 10th inst. Passengers—cabin: Mr. and Mrs; Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Plaistead and son, Miss Green, Mrs. Addis, Mrs. Fletcher, Dr. Crane; ...

    Article : 918 words
  3. SANDHURST MARKETS.

    We are still without any change in prices, although there has been a fair business doing. The late rains have evidently given a better tone to out market. Flour remains quiet; a further fall of 6d. in the ...

    Article : 472 words
  4. The Argus.

    "AND SO you see, Sir," we may fancy Mr. Chief Secretary Haines saying to the Speaker, "that Mr. Nicholson having failed to construct a Ministry, the vote ...

    Article : 1,747 words
  5. GOLD AND LABOR.

    The fact that the Marco Polo and the Mermaid, from Melbourne, have on board specie amounting to nearly a million sterling will diffuse a general feeling of cheerfulness through the nation, as the news flashes ...

    Article : 716 words
  6. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    1. Mr. Humffray: To ask the Chief Secretary whether the Government intend to institute any inquiry into the extraordinary conduct of the Stipendiary Magistrate acting for the ...

    Article : 512 words
  7. SIR WILLIAM MOLESWORTH.

    IT is very seldom, indeed, that any man has presided over the Colonial Office whom the majority of colonists have not wished elsewhere; unless", it may be, their wishes ...

    Article : 1,249 words
  8. THE DIOCESAN SOCIETY.

    The annual meetings of subscribeis to the funds of this society, and of other members of the Church of England, were held yesterday, in the Mechanies Institution. The afternoon ...

    Article : 2,741 words
  9. PORT OF GEELONG.

    January 12.—Dobsons, from Launceston. ...

    Article : 8 words
  10. LATEST DATES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 66 words
  11. PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL.

    January 8.—Toroa, from Melbourne. 9.—Mariquita, from Melbourne; Champion, from Portland and port Fairy. January 10.—Queen, from Melbourne. ...

    Article : 21 words
  12. PORT OF ADELAIDE.

    January 2.—Dablia, from London. 3.—Watvisch, from London; Anna Dixon, from Melbourne; Aristides, from Liverpool; Agnes, from Melbourne. ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. THE MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    A special meeting of the Chamber was held yesterday, at the Hall of Commerce; Wm. Hammill, Esq., president, in the chair. Mr. THOMAS moved— ...

    Article : 1,476 words
  14. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 550 words
  15. TIME-BALL.—MELBOURNE AND WILLIAMSTOWN.

    Lat. 37° 52' 42''; Long. 9h. 39m. 41.8s. E. Drops at one o'clock mean time; or 15h. 20m. 18.2s., Greenwich time. Monday, 14th January. II. M. S. ...

    Article : 40 words
  16. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Gold remains at £3 15s. per ounce, with a brisk demand. Duty was paid on 1397 ounces for export during the day, of which 1222 ounces were for England, and 175 ounces for ...

    Article : 639 words
  17. TIME-SIGNAL.—LIGHTHOUSE, GELLIBRAND'S POINT.

    The Light is obstructed at 2 min. to 8, and reappears at 8 p.m., mean time. Monday, 14th January, No signal. ...

    Article : 25 words
  18. PORT ELLIOT.

    Notice is given in the Adelaide papers by Captain Douglas, the Harbor Master, to masters and commanders of vessels frequenting Port Elliot that two (2) fairway buoys and leading beacons have been ...

    Article : 2,216 words
  19. THEATRE ROYAL.

    This Evening, the Comedy of LONDON ASSURANCE; and the Farce called THE SPOILED CHILD, in both of which pieces the Juvenile Actres, Miss Anna Maria Quinn, will appear, Dress ...

    Article : 194 words
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