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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    February 1.—Clarence, s. s., 199 tons, A. T. Woods, from Launceston 30th ult. Passengers—cabin: Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Fligg, Mrs. Barrett and child, Captain Gilmore, Messrs. G. Lyall, J. ...

    Article : 1,402 words
  3. NOTICE TO MARINERS.

    Notice is hereby given that the black buoy on the north side of the outer bar, at the [?]tra[?]ce of the harbor of Port Adelaide has been shifted a cable's length further to the S. W., and now marks a shoal ...

    Article : 322 words
  4. GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR[?]

    The price has advanced since last report; the present quotation is 7[?]s. to 7[?]s. l[?]d. There has been a considerable demand during the past week. Several merchants are in the field. T[?] ...

    Article : 242 words
  5. LIVE STOCK MARKET.

    Messrs. Edward Row and Co. report:— Horses.—The market for this stock continues steadily improving. A large number of horses were brought forward at our yards this week, and our last quotations ...

    Article : 434 words
  6. MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.

    Trade has not been so brisk during the past week with the import houses, but there has been an average share of business doing at the stores of those more immed[?]n[?]tely connected with the inland trade. There is ...

    Article : 2,697 words
  7. MELBOURNE CARTAGE REPORT

    Although very considerable quantities of goods are still daily being despatched to the digg[?]gs, the rates of cartage have not risen during the past week. In fact, drays being more plentiful just now than has ...

    Article : 429 words
  8. TIME-BALL.—MELBOURNE AND WILLIAMS-TOWN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  9. TIME-SIGNAL.—LIGHTHOUSE, GELLIBRAND'S POINT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,287 words
  10. WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

    Two days of continuous wet weather slightly interrupted the progress of the wheat harvest since our last report, and in some parts the grain, which had been standing in shocks for some time (owing to the ...

    Article : 1,757 words
  11. GEELONG LABOR MARKET.

    Messrs. James Hendy and Co. report— The recent heavy demand for reapers is now being rapidly superseded by inquiries for thr[?]sh[?]rs, also railway and other laborers. The supply of labor ...

    Article : 437 words
  12. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKETS:

    Dight's Mills.—Fine flour, £30 per to[?]; seconds, £28 do.; Haxall, £33; Chi[?]lan, £29; bran, 1s. [?]d. per bush[?]l. W. Degraves and Co.'s Mills.—Fine flour, £3[?] ...

    Article : 91 words
  13. LATEST DATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 62 words
  14. HAY MARKET.

    A large supply of hay has been forwarded to market this week, and prices have declined. To-day's prices are as follows:—Best hay, truss[?]d, £[?] 5s. to £[?] 10s. per ton; second quality, do., £5 to £5 10s.; £5 10s. ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 56 words
  16. MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.

    Our usual statement and the growers' complaint, of abundance still characterises the Melbourne market. Prices of general produce still remain below the remunerating point. Cabbages are now becoming ...

    Article : 475 words
  17. THEATRE ROYAL.

    This Evening, the Opera Buffo called THE MUSIC MASTER; and the Comic Opera of DON PASQUALE, in which M[?]dam[?] Cailly, Signor Borsotti, and MM. Coulon and Barre will appear. Re ...

    Article : 208 words
  18. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The gold market has been quiet to-day, the quantity entered for export having been 178 ounces only. The following notice, having reference to ...

    Article : 1,645 words
  19. The Argus.

    SOLDIERS fighting in the Crimea are said to obtain from the English newspapers their first satisfactory information as to the tendency and progress of those great ...

    Article : 1,272 words
  20. MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR.

    Gold has continued sear[?] and high in price. The demand for shipment has not been met by anything like an adequate supply. This deficiency arises from the fact that there is nearly 200,000 ounces deposited ...

    Article : 315 words
  21. PORT OF GEELONG.

    February 1.—Christian, from Apollo Bay. 1.—May Queen, from London. CLEARED OUT. February 1.—Vigilant, for Newcastle, N. S. W. ...

    Article : 21 words
  22. PORT ALBERT.

    January 28.—Glencoe, from Hobart Town; Mary Ann, for Hobart Town. 30.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne. CLEARED OUT. ...

    Article : 33 words
  23. MELBOURNE WOOL AND TALLOW REPORT.

    Messrs. E. Row and Co. report:— Wool.—At our sale on Thursday last, at Goldsbrough's stores, we offered [?]35 bales of wool, the bulk of which sold at a slight advance on last week's prices. ...

    Article : 430 words
  24. PORT OF HOBART TOWN.

    January 25.—Lady Emma, from a whaling voyage. 20.—Pilot, from Melbourne. 28.—Eclipse, from Port Albert. CLEARED OUT. ...

    Article : 55 words
  25. PORT OF SYDNEY.

    January 28.—Fortune, from Moreton Boy; Wara[?]ah, from Wide Bay. 29.—Tasmania, from Hobart Town; William the IV., from Shoalhaven; Victoria Packet, from ...

    Article : 98 words
  26. PORT OF ADELAIDE.

    [?] January 20.—Mary Smith, from Melbourne; John S[?], from Melbourne. CLEARED OUT. January 25.—Island Lady, for Calcutta; Rialto, for ...

    Article : 41 words
  27. MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE LIST.

    Corporation Bonds have been selling this week at the prices quoted, with the current interest added. Gas Shares aro selling, and inquires are still being made after Government and Gas Debentures, Bank of ...

    Article : 181 words
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