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  2. SHARE REPORTS.

    BARTON AND MELLLADO.—The share market has been rather quiet this week. The commercial news from England by the mail has tended to check purchases and prices of bank shares are hardly so firm. Our sales this week are ...

    Article : 499 words
  3. WINDSOR.

    JUNE 14.—Two years age the most terrible flood that had over rolled along the fair valley of the Hawkesbury, was slowly roceding, and disclosing a fearful scene of ruin and wretchodness. The winter of 1865 ...

    Article : 458 words
  4. SCINDE, PUNJAUB, AND DELHI BANK CORPORATION.

    An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders in the Scinde, Punjaub, and Delhi Bank (Sir S. A. Donaldson and Sir C. Nicholson, directors) was held yesterday (February 26) at the London Tavern, ...

    Article : 1,932 words
  5. LEATHER MARKET.

    W. DEAN.—Supplies have been rather light during the week, especiully of note and hardness. The demand has continued brisk, [?] for parcels of prime quality. Prices surrent:—K p. 1s 2d to 1s 5d; sole, 8d to 9½; yearlingo. ...

    Article : 101 words
  6. LIVE STOCK REPORT.

    HURT AND CO.—Horses; Nothing in the market; fewer lots have been offered at the sales this week, than for a long time past. Inquires numerous for superior well broken horses. and a ready sale for fresh county late. fet Cattle: Market ...

    Article : 263 words
  7. WEEKLY REGISTER.

    The weather during the week has been stormy and wet. On Tuesday morning, June 12, the telegram of English news per Madras, steamer, was received in Sydney. ...

    Article : 1,207 words
  8. STOCK STATION, AND PRODUCE REPORTS.

    J BREWSTER.—Stations: Very little doing at present, although there are inquirles for first-class stations, and should the rains of late prove general many transactions which have remained in abeyance on account of the drought ...

    Article : 1,756 words
  9. CLEARANCES AND EVICTIONS IN THE HIGHLANDS.

    It is hard to estimate the amount of ill-will and hoslility that many Scottish proprietors have aroussd in the breants of the crofters and their friends, both at home and abroad, but the inhumanity of their ...

    Article : 899 words
  10. DUBBO BRIDGE.

    Sir,—I regret that you should have allowed your columns to have been the medium through which so much disingenuous matter has, been conveyed to the public; and, in justice to myself and the majority of ...

    Article : 1,225 words
  11. MISCELLANEOUS.

    BOMANCE AND TRAGEDY AT SEA.—The Earl of Erne steamship, arrived in Dundalk, on Thursday evening last, and the intelligence she conveyed was wrapped up in mystery; yet, when unravelled, was at once sad and ...

    Article : 1,859 words
  12. BONDED STOCKS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 190 words
  13. FLOUR AND GRAIN REPORT.

    J. A. M'CARROLL.—Breadstuffs have been very quiet, and beyond the usual trade demand there is no dispenstion on the part of buyers to entex into stocks. The Colonies throughout are no well supplied that every arrivals is gradually ...

    Article : 373 words
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