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  2. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [TEROUGH OEEVILLS AND SIRD.] BATHURST.

    As twelvs troopers were travelling to day from Carcoar, owards Rockley, they met Mr. Ksightley's cart, in the charge of two pressed men, conveying the body of Burke, the bushranger, to Bathurst. The police took possession ...

    Article : 93 words
  3. EAST MAITLAND.

    OCTOBER 24TH.—The only local aff[?]ir worth writing about is the musicipal ocuncil, which is becoming ridloulons in the eyes of the outside public Mr. Madgwick's dismissal from the office of town clerk promires ...

    Article : 589 words
  4. SHIPPING ARRIVALS.—OCTOBER 27.

    ROTUMAH, barque, 284 tons, Robert on, from South Sea Islands 6th instant Passengers—Mrs. Robertson; Messrs. J. Howard and C. Howard. McDonald, Smith, and Co, agents. COMTWISE. ...

    Article : 103 words
  5. COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,112 words
  6. DEPARTURES.—OCTOBER 27.

    JESSIE, schooner, for Auchiand. LURLINE, schooner, for Brisbane. STAR OF PEACE, schooner, for Brisbane. ADELAIDE BELL, ship, for Nowcastle. ...

    Article : 44 words
  7. BRISBANE.

    The steamer Samson has arrived at Rockhampton. She had sreamed up the Burdekin, with passengers and cargo aboard, as far as ten miles, and found at that distance the least depth of water was eight feet. Thence ...

    Article : 137 words
  8. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    For Nolson — Frowning Beauty, oarly. For Melbourne.—Cassine, early; City of Melbourne, steamer, This Day. For Rookhampton.—Star of Australia, steamer, 29th instant; ...

    Article : 61 words
  9. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—OCTOBER 27.

    City of Melbonrne, steamer, 615 tons, Walker, for Melbourne. A.S. N. Co., agents. Frowning Benuty, barque, 365 tons, Marr, for Ne'son. E.M. Sayers, agent. ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. CLEARANCES.—OCTOBER 27.

    MELANTE, schooner, 136 tons, Longmair, for Melbourne. DEVA, brig, 244 tons, Drevar, for Auckland. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Menzies, Master Bennett. SHAWMUT, ship, 1035 tons, Merritt, for Hongkong, with 101 ...

    Article : 157 words
  11. MELBOURNE.

    It blew very hard all last night, but the barometer is now rising. The Bombay, steamer, was still at snohor at eleven a.m. to day. ...

    Article : 140 words
  12. IMPORTS.—OCTOBER 27.

    Eotumab, from South Sea Islands: 142 tons coocanut off, 5500 1bs. of cotton, 5000 coornuts, 1 belowool. Macdonald. Smith. and Co[?]l bale cotton, Rev. J. Eggieston; 5 tons coocaunt oil H.W. Eranch. ...

    Article : 139 words
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    PUBLIC WORKS NOW IN PEOGRESS ON THE HUNTER.— Mr. Whitton inspected last week the two new lines connecting respectively with the Great Northern Railway, the Collieries of the Waratah. ...

    Article : 1,228 words
  14. ADELAIDE.

    In the Legislative Council to day, Mr. Waterhouse defended himself against an attack made upon him by the Melbourne Age, with regard to his conduot in the Moonto Mine affairs. ...

    Article : 70 words
  15. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Ciosing at the General Post Office, as follows:— For Hongkong.—By the Shawmut, This Day, at noon, if not under way. For New Caledonia.—By the Foulton, This Day, at noon, if not ...

    Article : 584 words
  16. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    CONSUL.—His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notitled, with reference to the notice of the 7th April, 1863, that the Queen has been pleased to appreve of the appointment of Jacob Montefiore, Esq., as Consul for ...

    Article : 195 words
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    DENISON HOUSE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SCOIETY.—On Monday evening last, the members of this association (in connection with the establishment of Messrs. Frascis Giles and Co.) gave their second musical enterlainment ...

    Article : 2,488 words
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    DARYATIC.—Two pieces, new to Sydney, were produced at our theatres on Monday evening. Both are ex ravaganzas, or burlesques; that at the Prince of Wales in the well-known London Lyoeum Fairy piece of "The ...

    Article : 623 words
  19. [BY ELECTRIC TELERAPH] NEWCASTLE.

    October 26 — Brisk, from Sydney; Yarra, from Billoane; Marchieness, from New Plymouth. SAILRE. October 26.—Grafton, Otago, and Village Belle, for Sydney. ...

    Article : 29 words
  20. MELBOURNE.

    October 26.—Gem, from Warrnambool; Jaurean, put back; Ocean Pearl, from New York. SAILRD. October 20.—Royal Shepherd, for Launceston. ...

    Article : 19 words
  21. DIARY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 54 words
  22. BRISBANE.

    October 25.—Clarence, steamer, from Sydney; Williams, Otcamer, from Rockharnpton. SAILED. October 25.—Qucensland, steamer, for Rockhampton. ...

    Article : 21 words
  23. WINDS AND WEATHER.

    October 27, 9 a.m.—Newcastle, N. N. W.; coludy. Mudgeo, S.W.; raining heavy. Goulburn, S.W.; dull and cloudy. Braidwood, N.W.; coloudy. ...

    Article : 91 words
  24. The Empire.

    The first nomination for the Ministerial reelections takes place today, in East Sydney If a judgment may be formed from outward signs, the event is not likely to produce any ...

    Article : 1,025 words
  25. SYDNEY HEADS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2 words
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    THE ROCHY RIVER.—The Chinese, who are at work on the from of Mount Jones in considerable numbers, have g[?]ned an undnviable notoricty by the frequent quarrels amongst themselves respecting their claims and the ...

    Article : 286 words
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