The average prices were about—Wheat scanty—per bush, 5s 0d; interior do 4s; maize 2s to 2s 6d; barley, 3s 0d; hay, per ton, £1 15s to £8, straw, 13s. per load; fowls, 3s 0d per couple ...Article : 848 words
A third notice of the sale of 2902 acres of Crown Land, will be found on referring to our fourth page; which with 1806 acres advertised to be put up to the hammer on ...Article : 1,132 words
The Duckenfield has reached Hobart Town; but brings nothing new. From the Tasmanian we glean the following scraps of intelligence:— ...Article : 534 words
The Governor having signified to the Chief Justice that it his intention to hold a levee at Government House to-morrow, for the purpose of receiving Mr. Justice Burton, on his appointment ...Article : 519 words
House of Commons, July 13.—The sum of £27,438 13s, ld. was proposed, to defray the charge of the Ecclesiastical Establishment of the British North American provinces, and for the propagation ...Article : 672 words
THE RANGE OF THE THERMOMETER, as observed at Sydney between Thursday the 6th and Wednesday night last, at 8 a.m., noon, & 5 p. m., daily, will the minds on the mornings of those days respective ...Article : 72 words
In the article thus headed, contained to our preceding No., we fell into a most egregious blunder; for by the merest accident in the world, in adding naught to the salary ...Article : 722 words
From the Tasmanian:— ARRIVALS.—Nov. 30, John Craig from England; Dec. 5, brig Isabella from Port Arthur a barque Ed. Lombe from England; 7, barque ...Article : 850 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Fri 21 Dec 1832, Page 2
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: