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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    On Wednesday, the schooner Sydney Packet Captain Bruce, from New Zealand August 25th. Mr. J. Jones, supercargo. Same day, the schooner Maria, Captain Milne, ...

    Article : 488 words
  3. MARKETS.

    There was a very indifferent supply of Vegetables to day. Potatoes 16s. to 18s. per cwt. Cabbages, (small) 3d each. Carrots, 3d to 6d per bunch. Turnips,3d to ...

    Article : 188 words
  4. Australian Patriotic Association.

    THE Directing Committee of this Body held their first meeting (Mr. Mackaness in the chair), in their Rooms, at the Jerusalem Warehouse, yesterday. There were about twenty ...

    Article : 302 words
  5. FLOUR

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    ARRIVED—May 1st, the Rose, Hall, (of Halifax), twelve hundred barrels; sailed for the fishery June 9th. May 5th Elizabeth, Currie, (London), two ...

    Article : 307 words
  7. WOOL.

    Account Sales of Australian Wools, which took place at Garraway's, by J. Ebsworth, on the 30th April, 1835:— Ex Duckenfield, Van Diemen's Land.— ...

    Article : 448 words
  8. THE SYDNEY MONITOR.

    I protest against the proposed Salary of the Colonial Secretary, viz.—[?],000; being still of opinion, as on the former occasions of entering my Protest against this Item of expenditure, that the sum ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  9. CAFFER IRRUPTION,

    His Excellency the Governor left Graham's Town yesterday morning for Bathurst. It is the intention of his Excellency, as we understand, to visit Port Frances; from hence he ...

    Article : 481 words
  10. SITUATION, &c. OF SHIPPING IN PORT JACKSON.

    ALEXANDER (ship), Ramsay master, PORTER and Co. agents, in Cove discharging. ACTIVE (schooner), Drysdale master, CAMPBELL and Co. agents, off their wharf discharging. ...

    Article : 445 words
  11. August 25, 1835.

    In voting for the appropriation of the respective sums, proposed for maintaining the Police Establishmen's of the Colony, I have been influenced by a desire to prevent any temporary ...

    Article : 169 words
  12. Attorney-General Kinchela.

    MR. KINCHELA, our Attorney-General, has laid it down as law, that the most malicious lies, uttered by a felon on his trial, are not subsequently punishable: on the ground, that ...

    Article : 755 words
  13. NOTICE.

    Since the last " Notice," issued from King William's Town on the 24th of May, satisfactory communications have been received from the Chief Creili, who has established ...

    Article : 1,485 words
  14. MATTER FURNISHED BY OUR Reporters and Correspondents.

    WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16.—Before the THREE JUDGES, in Banco. Charles Smith, executor to Capt. Garrat, deceased Thompkins & Wife. Mr. S. Stephen moved for ...

    Article : 5,937 words
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