Dee. 13—Goldseeker, 166 tons, Wilson, from Melbourne December 8, with sundries. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Darby, and 5 in the steerage. Agent, Wilson. ...Article : 352 words
Tallow, Leather, &c.—From Messrs. Anning and Cobb's circular, dated London, September 30th, we extract as follows:- The general tendency of the tallow market ...Article : 612 words
ARRIVED—Dec. 11—Brig Halcyon, from Newcastle; L. S, N. C's steamer Royal Shepherd, from Geelong and Melbourne. 12—Barque Eliza Frances, from Newcastle. ...Article : 1,061 words
For MELBOURNE, per City of Hobart, Tomorrow, at ½past 2 p.m. For LONDON, per Derwent, on Saturday next at noon. ...Article : 25 words
A FEW days ago we received the correspondence in the case of Mr. Medland, which was ordered to be printed by the Legislative Council, and a very entertaining and ...Article : 1,116 words
THE trials of state prisoners commenced on the 6th. Mr. Sturt presided, and Mr. Webster, and Mr. Smith sat with him. Mr. Hackett was in court, but did not take his seat on the bench, and ...Article : 2,633 words
THE Colonial Secretary, announcing his resignation to the Legislative Council, said—He bad been aware for some past of a prejudice existing against him, a groundless prejudice he ...Article : 2,477 words
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Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Thu 14 Dec 1854, Page 2
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