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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    JANUARY 15. Crusader, ship, 619 tons, Inglis, from Dublin, September 20, with 283 Government emigrants; J. Birtwhistle, Esq., Surgeon Superintendent R.N., also Mr. Assistant-Surgeon Brown. ...

    Article : 173 words
  3. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    We are compelled, for want of space, to leave out several communications; they will, however, appear in our next. ...

    Article : 20 words
  4. Domestic Intelligence.

    THE following letter from the Editor of The Australasian Chronicle to Messrs. Hebblewhite and Vickery, has been sent us for insertion in our columns, accompanied with a request that we ...

    Article : 588 words
  5. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,—Showers of hail, threatening destruction to our crops, were frequent in the early part of the summer; and some persons have described the hailstones as of an unsually large size, inflicting ...

    Article : 860 words
  6. DEPARTURE.

    January 17. Integrity, barque, 220 tons, Pearson, for Hobart Town. ...

    Article : 10 words
  7. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    Herald, H. M. ship, J. Nias, Esq., commander for New Zealand, this day. Speculator, brig, 198 tons, Mattinson, for New Zealand, this day. Agent, Lister and S. Peck. ...

    Article : 128 words
  8. VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.

    Grecian, brig, 212 tons, Richards, for London. Agent, P. W. Flower. Lunar, brig, 165 tons, Philipine, for the South Sea Fishery. Agent, J. J. Peacock. ...

    Article : 302 words
  9. CAPTAIN HOBSON'S LETTER TO DR. MARTIN. January 15.

    My Dear Sir,—In consequence of a report that is published to-day in THE COLONIST, I beg to call your attention to the reply I gave you on Monday when you asked me, " If the ...

    Article : 112 words
  10. RESOLUTIONS.

    It was moved by John Terry Hughes, Esq.; seconded by W. Abercrombie, Esq.; and unanimously resolved— 1. "That this Meeting receive with ...

    Article : 4,187 words
  11. Commercial Intelligence.

    RUM.—The. transactions in Rum have been exceedingly limited, only one parcel worth notice changed hands, at 6s. per gallon, 5, O P. GIN remains in a very, languid state, not a ...

    Article : 217 words
  12. The Colonist.

    IN our last we announced the reception by Captain HOBSON of the preliminary deputation of the. New Zealand, Meeting, and gave some account of the information ...

    Article : 506 words
  13. NEW ZEALAND MEETING.

    ON Wednesday last a meeting was held, pursuant to previous public notice, to receive the answer of Lieutenant-Governor Hobson, to the questions proposed at the, previous meeting held ...

    Article : 987 words
  14. PUBLIC SALES.

    WOOL.—By the Australian Auction Company, their warehouses, on Wednesday last;—TS, 10 ba[?] combing, 1s 7d; 9, 1s 7¼d. A, 6 clothing, 1s 5½ 5, 1s 53/4d; 6, 1s 53/4d. B, 3, 1s 63/4; 3, 1s 6d. [?] ...

    Article : 196 words
  15. REGATTA.

    SIR,—For many years past there has been a Regatta on the 26th January, the anniversary of the foundation of the colony. This Regatta has been conducted by any two or three gentlemen ...

    Article : 389 words
  16. MARKET PRICES.

    FLOUR.—(At Barker and Hallen's) fine, 36s. [?] 100lbs-; second, 309s. ration 19s. ditto. (At Da[?] and Blackett's) fine flour, 36s. per 100 lbs. seco[?] 30s. ration, 19s. ditto. (At Hughes and Hosking's ...

    Article : 299 words
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