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  2. Domestic intelligence.

    POLICE-OFFICE. JANUARY 31—LARCENY.— William Jordan clerk to an attorney named Holdsworth, was placed in the box, charged with having on the 16th December lost, ...

    Article : 2,489 words
  3. Shipping Intelligence.

    January 31.—Flying Fish, schooner, 123 tons. Flinch, from Port Phillip 26th instant, with cattle and sheep. Passengers—Mrs. and Miss Barnes, Messrs. Jones, Boyle, Bow and son, ...

    Article : 1,969 words
  4. LATEST ENGLISH AND FOREIGN

    By the Blenheim, from Dublin, which arrived here this morning with 299 male ticket-of-leave holders, we have received Irish papers up to the 31st October, from ...

    Article : 145 words
  5. SHIP MAILS.

    For Adelaide, and Swan River, via Adelaide, per Scout, To-morrow, at 4 p m. For Melbourne, per Circussian, on Tuesday next, at noon. ...

    Article : 68 words
  6. HOBART TOWN MARKETS, February 2, 1849.

    Wheat, 3s. 10d.; English barley, 3s. 10d.; oats. 2s. 10d.; new hay, £2 10a.; old hay, £4; potatoes, £4; eggs, 10d.; butter, 1s. 2d.; fine flour, £10. The markets generally are not so ...

    Article : 54 words
  7. ABSTRACT OF SALES.

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

    Article : 105 words
  8. LAUNCESTON MARKETS, January 31, 1849.

    There is little wheat offered for sale, and business during the week has been done at 3s. 2d. and 3s. 3d. per bushel.£Launceston Examiner. ...

    Article : 30 words
  9. SYDNEY MARKETS, January 20.

    WHEAT—In the course of the last six days, upwards of 10,000 bushels of colonial wheat have been received in Sydney, the whole of which has met with a ready sale. The quality has varied ...

    Article : 149 words
  10. To the Editor of the Colonial Times.

    SIR,—The time has at length arrived when the colonists must express in terms, at once determined, that they will adopt measures to effectually, and without further delay put a stop to any ...

    Article : 668 words
  11. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 30 words
  12. SYDNEY.

    The Sydney District Quarter's Retenue shows a decrease in comparison with 1847, of 29 per cent. WOOL.—At Mr. Mort's usual produce sale on Thursday last, the following were disposed of— ...

    Article : 640 words
  13. COLONIAL TIMES AND TASMANIAN:

    THE leader of the Launceston Examiner of Saturday last consists of a short comment on the proceedings of the Public Meeting held on the 24th ultimo, for the ...

    Article : 1,674 words
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