On Thursday, the steamers Su[?]a Jane and William the Fourth from Newcastle. Yesterday, the steamer Ceres, from Newcastle. ...Article : 24 words
On Tuesday, the steamer William the Fourth for Newcastle. On Thursday, the (bark (Dryade, Captain Heard for London, with a cargo of Colonial produce. ...Article : 44 words
The Persian and Avon for London, Currency Lass for Launceston, Clyde for Batavia, and Jess for the Bay of Islands, this day; the Augustus C[?]sar for London 3rd instant, and Recovery for Bombay ...Article : 167 words
If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolve to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truths, let him proclaim war with ...Article : 174 words
ALICE, (brig) Hepburn master, ASPINAL and Co. agents, at their Wharf discharging. ASIA, (ship) Stead master, LAMB and Co. agents, in stream discharging. ...Article : 634 words
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30.—Sittings in banco. Before Mr Justice DOWLING and Mr Justice BURTON. Mr. Justice Dowling said he had received a ...Article : 941 words
These Races took place, according to advertisement, on Tuesday and Wednesday last, at the Race Course near Campbell Town, and owing to the excellence of- the arrangements ...Article : 1,034 words
WE have said before, that Dr. Lang has discussed the subject of squatting with benefit to the Government and public. In the Colonist of the 17th ult. he again ...Article : 1,608 words
There was a very indifferent supply of vegetables to-day. Potatoes (Colonial) 8s to 10s per cwt, ditto Derwent 12s per d[?]tto, cabbages 2d to 4d each, brocoli 4d to ...Article : 358 words
THE following is an extract from a Contemporary:— A petty constable named Moore brought [?]efo[?]e the Chief Police Magistrate on Thursday las[?], a ...Article : 523 words
Mary Murphy, Kent Street, was put to the bar[?]ed with stealing sundry pieces of ri[?]bon, the pro[?]erty of Mr. Evan., George-street. Prisoner appeared had for some time past [?]een livi[?]g [?] ...Article : 1,850 words
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