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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    [?] 27.—Shamrock, A. S. N. [?] 200 tons, J. J. [?] from Sydney 23rd Instant. Passengers—[?] Mr. and Mrs. Ferrand, Mrs Chambers, Messrs Chapman, Browne, [?] J. T. ...

    Article : 828 words
  3. SYDNEY.

    The principal topic of discourse in the city to-day is the [?] murder. The coroner and a jury of fifteen are [?] engaged in the investigation of this [?] affair, with ...

    Article : 1,979 words
  4. Mount Alexander, [?]

    It is a melancholy fact to observe that although ginger-beer, [?] and [?] establishments are springing up with a mushroom- like [?] of growth objects which are ...

    Article : 372 words
  5. GEELONG.

    The [?] Advertiser of this [?] has one of these harping, jealous "leaders" for which it is so famous when the Argus or Dr. Thomson lies in its path. The article of this ...

    Article : 804 words
  6. SCRAPS FROM THE OVENS.

    Since the despatch of my last letter, two of the newly-appointed magistrates, who are also Assistant Gold Commissioners, viz., Messrs. Puckle and Hood, have arrived here; Mr. ...

    Article : 2,163 words
  7. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    GOLD.—The price remains at £3 16s. For large [?] cels £3 16s. 3d. has been given. Stubbs and Son sold at their rooms, yesterday, [?] ware, candles, tea, potatoes, boots and shoes, hams and ...

    Article : 194 words
  8. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 386 words
  9. PORT OF GEELONG.

    February 26.—Sea Belle, brig, [?] G. Dryden, for Launceston in ballast. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. O'Meara and two children, Mr. and Mrs. [?] and child, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and child, J. Dunlop, P. ...

    Article : 93 words
  10. VEN DIEMEN'S LAND MARKETS.

    HOBART TOWN, February 24th.—Wheat is still in demand, and bargains are readily made at [?] [?] and hay scarce. Fire wood of all descriptions [?] prices when any offers. Other articles ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. GOLD CIRCULAR.

    The transactions of the week have been limited in consequence of the small supply, very little coming up from Port Phillip since the advance in the Melbourne market The market closed this afternoon at £3 17s. ...

    Article : 400 words
  12. PORT OF ROBART TOWN.

    Sword Fish, for Melbourne, Cargo: 157 cases jam, 4000 feet timber, 5000 palings, 28 tons potatoes, 140 bags [?] 40 bags onions, 2 horses, [?] 1 carboy acid, 400 palings, [?] 20 [?] ...

    Article : 2,241 words
  13. [?]ROMETER, MIDNIGHT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 7 words
  14. The Argus.

    ALTHOUGH we have not the slightest intension of entering into a newspaper war with the journal to which we were obliged to administer a ltttle necessary castigation on ...

    Article : 1,455 words
  15. WOLL CIRCULARS.

    The fourth and concluding sale of [?] the present year commenced on the [?] ultimo, and closed this evening. Until within about three weeks of the ...

    Article : 1,696 words
  16. MOUNT ALEXANDER.

    A preliminary meeting for the establishment of an Hospital on [?] diggings was held [?] Castlemaine yesterday week, and also [?] [?] at Forest Creek, Fryer's Creek, ...

    Article : 540 words
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