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  2. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER

    The subscription list which has been opened for the purpose of promoting a Steam communication between the Mother Country and New South Wales, is, at once, a splendid evidence of the ...

    Article : 2,561 words
  3. South Australia.

    A fire at Adelaide has destroyed two public offices and valuable public and private documents. Adelaide is now parched up with drought. Its soil, having a limestone formation, does not ...

    Article : 342 words
  4. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The advertised allotments at Melbourn and Geelong were sold on Wednesday and yesterday. There was great competition, and they fetched very to hill prices. The sales on Wednesday amounted to ...

    Article : 1,621 words
  5. Supreme Court.

    Before Mr. Justice Willis and a Civil Jury. John Rourke alias Thomas Welsh was indicted for stealing a horse, value £5, and a saddle Value £2, the, property of Elizabeth Johnson, of Sydney, on the 9th of ...

    Article : 298 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser.

    Sir,—In reference to Mr. M'Guigan's letter in your last number, wherein they impartiality as a Reporter is called in question, with regard to a case of assault against a Mr. Peter Archer. I beg leave to refer your readers (that is ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. Legislative Council.

    Sir Maurice O'Connell and Captain King took the necessary oaths and assumed their seats in Council. His Excellency the Governor laid before the Council "a Bill to amend the Act to restrain the ...

    Article : 822 words
  8. WEDNESDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY.

    Cironius Solomon, John Brown, and Robert Laney, together with a man named Gerrard, were indicted for burglary. The latter prisoner pleaded guilty. On the 7th ...

    Article : 448 words
  9. The Dunlop.

    Tie Benevolent portion of the Public, and particularly the wealthy, will we trust do something for the two scores of ship-wrecked emigrants lately arrived, the wreck and Passengers of the ill fated ...

    Article : 123 words
  10. Shipping Intelligence.

    On Wednesday last, the barque Indus 422 tons, Captain Clarke, from Dundee, via South Australia, having left the former Port on the 13th September, and Adclaide on the 2nd Instant, with Merchandize. ...

    Article : 86 words
  11. Floral Society.

    If the Floral Society has not, as we understand is the case, exceeded all expectation in its rapid increase, the present half yearly show-meeting certainly has And as in human affairs you cannot stand still, but ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  12. The Drought.

    "So great is the effect of the late drought that the Cowpasture River at the bridge has ceased to flow for the first time since its discovery, a period of upwards of forty-eight years.—Australian." ...

    Article : 134 words
  13. DEPARTURES.

    On Wednesday last, the barque Hashemy, 528 tons, Buckle, master, for Canton, in ballast. Same day, the barque Francis Spaight, 366 tons, Sayers, master, for Batavia, in ballast. Passenger, ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. Transportation.

    "An inquest was held on the same day at the Bunch of Grapes, King-street, on the body of a free man, named James Watson. It appeared that the deceased came down the country a short time since, to receive and spend some ...

    Article : 456 words
  15. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    The following vessel with sail this day, of the wind be fair, Nimrod, for New Zealand—Dacre, agent. No vessels in the stream for sea. The following vessels have bent their sails. ...

    Article : 83 words
  16. Police News.

    James Wood and James Fox Birch were brought up for examination, and again remanded upon the application of Mr. Unwin, Sollcitor to Messrs. Hughes and Hosking, until this day week, Mr. Uuwin having stated, that the ...

    Article : 56 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 729 words
  18. WEDNESDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY.

    James Campbell and William Durand, assigned servants to Mr. Cooper of the distillery, were charged by an old man named Richard Wise, who is a watchman in the same service, with breaking open his box and rifling it of its ...

    Article : 637 words
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