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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    October 25.—Circassian, schooner, 112 tons. Smith, from Melbourne 20th instant, with cattle and sheep. Passengers—Mrs. Bentley, Miss Neilson, Mr. T. Flight. ...

    Article : 659 words

    The following is an Abstract of Sales by Auction, published in this journal, which will take place prior to our next publication:— BY MR. B. TAYLOR. ...

    Article : 113 words
  4. Domestic Intelligence.

    RECHERCHE BAY, as a harbour of refuge for our colonial whalers and other vessels from the prevailing gales on the west coast of this island, is becoming more generally known and ...

    Article : 2,146 words
  5. HOBART TOWN MARKETS, October 27, 1848.

    Wheat may be quoted at 4s.; yesterday, a small quantity of a very superior quality was sold for 4s. 2d.; an inferior sample was offered this morning on the New Wharf for 4s. 9d., but met ...

    Article : 89 words
  6. LAUNCESTON MARKETS, October 25, 1848.

    Wheat continues at 4s. per bushel, with little doing.—Launceston Examiner. ...

    Article : 16 words
  7. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 79 words

    MR. SORELL has addressed Dr. Nixon again. His letter appears in this number of our paper. The tone and tenor of his communication is temperate, but firm and ...

    Article : 3,748 words
  9. Hobart Town Police Report.

    Monday, the night-sheets contained about twenty-two cases, comprising nine free men, and three or four free women, charged with the ordinary offences of drunkenness and disturbing ...

    Article : 2,227 words



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