December 30. June, steamer, 623 tons. Captain Kirsopp, from Adelaide the 19th. Portland Bay the 22nd, Port Phillip the 25th and Boyd Town the 28th instant. Passengers—Mr. Wilmot, Mr. and ...Article : 134 words
December 29.—Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen, for Moreton Bay. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Mr. Archer, Miss Harper, nine in the steerage, one constable, and four prisoners. ...Article : 69 words
December 30.—Ann Mary, schooner, 49 tons, Captain Brown, for Moreton Bay. Passengers—Mr. Glover, Mr. P. Doyle, Messrs. M'Govern, Carey, allon, and Migual. ...Article : 203 words
ARRINALS.—December 1. Jane Frances, barque, from Hobart Town, 2. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Stericker, from Launceston. 8. Henry, brig, from Launceston; Phantom, brig, from Launceston. ...Article : 450 words
PRESENT:—The Right Worshipful the Mayor; Aldermen Allen, Fisher, Wilshire, Thurlow, Broughton, and Little; Councillors Henderson, Driver, Hill, Neale, Board, Moore, Hyndes, ...Article : 506 words
Estate of Nicholas Nelson—A special meeting was held in this estate, at which the offer of composition made on a former occasion was accepted. The following claims also were proved: Samuel ...Article : 204 words
December 30.—Juno, steamer, 621 tons, Captain Kirsopp, from Adelaide. Port Phillip, and Boyd Town. Cargo from Adelaide. 2401 bags (134 Ions) copper ore, Boyd and Co. Cargo from Port ...Article : 100 words
December 31.—Phœbe, schooner, 89 tons, captain Bennett, for Port Phillip: 19 hogsheads brandy, W. Lane: 23 tons coals, W. Brown; 13,000 feet [?]ank, 3000 cedar boards, G. Bennett; 1 hogshead ...Article : 1,090 words
FOR PORT PHILLIT.—By the Phœbe, this evening at six. FOR AUCKLAND AND SINGAPORE.—By the Sophia this day, at noon. ...Article : 81 words
Martin Higgins, of South Brisbane, constable. Debts, 293l.; assets—landed property, 501.; personal property, 21. Balance deficiency, 241l. Mr. Clark Irving, official assignee. ...Article : 25 words
PRESENT:—The Right Worshipful the Mayor; Aldermen Allen, Broughton, Fisher, Little, and Thurlow; Councillors Ryan, Hill, May, Egan, Board, Paton, Moore, Hyndes, Henderson, Jenkins, ...Article : 748 words
OUR subscribers will receive gratis with this day's Chronicle a Catholic Almanac for the year 1848. Ever anxious to do all in our power for the advantage of our supporters, ...Article : 124 words
All communication intended for publication in this Journal are to be addressed, (post-paid) to the Editors, No. 133, King-street East. No communication will be attended to, unless it is accompanied ...Article : 53 words
GARDEN.—Sow cabbage. brocoli, cauliflowers, French beans, and turnips; plant out celery, cabbage, and cauliflowers; bud fruit trees.—FIELD: Latter end of this month the tobacco crop will be ...Article : 83 words
Matthew Horrigan was indicted for the man slaughter of one Henry Caldicott, at Ipswich, on the 10th of November last; the prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by MR. PUREFOY. The ...Article : 193 words
ANOTHER year has now closed upon us—has gone for ever—has become a thing of the past. At such a time, it is but reasonable that we should pause in the career of life, ...Article : 845 words
His Excellency the Governor is phased to direct the publication of the following particulars of an experiment which was undertaken by the Government for the preservation of wheat and-flour. ...Article : 49 words
In the month of December, 1840, the Government caused a quantity of wheat and flour to be placed in Iron tanks, of the description ordinarily used on board ship for holding water. ...Article : 1,262 words
John Macdermott, described as late of Sydney, labourer, was indicted for stealing twenty pound notes from the dwelling house of Charles Caldwell, of Sydney aforesaid, on the 20th of November last, ...Article : 425 words
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