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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    On Friday last, from Calcutta, having sailed the 12th May, the bark, Bright Planet, 180 tons, Captain Steele. with merchandise. Passenger, Mr R. Burnay. On Saturday. from Greenock, Scotland having ...

    Article : 171 words
  3. Law Intelligence.

    Before Mr. Justice Burton and a common Jury. Callashan v. Macquoid—This was an action brought by a resident of Maitland, to recover for an illegal seizure made on the plaintiff's premises. The actual ...

    Article : 973 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 91 words

    Yesterday, the Water Witch, cutter for South Australia ...

    Article : 10 words

    Sir David Ogilbie, Eastern Isles, this day Ranger, Port Phillip this day. [?] Jeune Eliza, Batavia, to-morrow. Elies, Sourabaya, to-morrow. ...

    Article : 461 words

    RUM.—Holders will not sell '5 per cent' for less than 5s. Sales have been affected at this quotation during the past week. BRANDY is on the advance, and the best quality may be ...

    Article : 161 words
  8. RETAIL.

    There was rather an indifferent supply this morning, but there was little alteration in price. Flour and Wheat, at our last quotation. Bread has fallen a penny in the four pound loaf. Vegetables, although still plentiful, are ...

    Article : 324 words
  9. Quarantine.

    The Amelia Thompson, which arrived yesterday, with emigrants, has been detained in Quarantine, owing to the typhus fever having broken out during the voyage. One ...

    Article : 49 words

    The case of O'Reilly v, Hall, for an alleged libel is set down for hearing this day, and that of Hall v. McEachern, on Wednesday. The case of Josephson v, ...

    Article : 1,264 words
  11. "WHAT NEXT ?"

    Is it true that a certain Officer belonging to Her Majesty's Customs is an falt in his recommendations among the shinning—in particularly recommending a certain party to their especial notice in the way of supplies? Really ...

    Article : 114 words

    June 25.—MARIA (barque), 280 tons, Bannatyne, master, from London, W. Walker & Co., agents; 30 casks blacking, 10 bales 5 cases stationery, 1 bale wearing apparel, 1 case crockery, 1 case medicines, 2 cases mustard, ...

    Article : 904 words
  13. Police Incidents.

    Francis Burns, a gentleman possessing a very pretty thin metallic voice, something like a teakettle, if it could find a voice. was charged with dancing and singing in George-street. on Sunday. ...

    Article : 709 words

    Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in mulice.—SHAKESPEARE. My marime of Colonial policy are few and simple—full permission to the Colonies, to conduct the whole of their ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. FRIDAY, JUNE 29th.

    Before Mr. Justice Burton and Special Jury. Gizard v. Searle.—The Court was occupied the greater part of this day in the above case. The action was one of trover, to recover possession of a ...

    Article : 232 words
  16. Wool in India.

    "With reference to wool, a market for its supply has lately been rising into importance, which in this country appears, to have attracted little attention, although from the extraordinary and yearly ...

    Article : 622 words
  17. Legislative Council.

    His Excellency laid on the table a Bill to invest a body called the New South Wales Union Assurance Company with certain powers, which was read a first time and ordered to be printed. ...

    Article : 2,515 words
  18. EXPORTS.

    June 90—RENOWN, 917 Tons, Gordon, master, for Ba[?]avla, [?]ballast. June 80—WATER WITCH, 25 tons, Smith, master, for South Australia, 5 kegs herrings, [?] hogaheads bear, 97 ...

    Article : 127 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 111 words

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