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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    November 4—Marlborough, ship, 1292 tons, J B Webb, commander, from London, via Plymouth, August 14th. Passengers, cabin, Mr and Mrs Crawley and child, Mr and Mrs Sterton and child, Mr and ...

    Article : 532 words
  3. PORT OF GEELONG.

    November 4—Flying Fish, brigantine, 122 tons, E L[?], master, from Hobart Town. Passengers, cabin—Messrs Steele, Shambler, Dadwell, Ogilvie, and Mcheth, Miss Lascelles, Mrs McBoth and child, ...

    Article : 466 words
  4. Friday, 5th November.

    The Speaker did not take the chair yesterday till a quarter past three o'clock, when there were present—The SolicitolGeneral, the Auditor-General, the Chairmen ...

    Article : 1,178 words
  5. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    GOLD.—The price is still [?] 9s 3d. J Donson sold yesterday, at the Wharf, oa[?], 18s 6d to [?] per bushel; bran, 2l 10s per bushel; biscuits, 16s per owt; tobacoo, 1s per 1b in bond; ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. COLONIAL GRIEVANCES.

    The Times of July 30, contains the subjoined article in reference to the Grievance Petition of the New South Wales Council. The Duke of Argyll has deemed ...

    Article : 1,974 words
  7. LATEST DATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 43 words
  8. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 35 words
  9. The Argus.

    SIR WILLIAM DENISON, it appears, has taken another step in the direction of despotism. Net satisfied with insulting the Legislative Council for expressing its ...

    Article : 758 words
  10. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    Our readers will agree with us, we are sure, in thinking that, in these st[?]rring times, we are not justified in looking up our columns by the publication of long detailed reports of the debates in the ...

    Article : 6,088 words
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