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  2. LONDON PEARL SHELL MARKET.

    At the periodical auctions, held on April 3, the supply amounted to 2,124 cases, 426 casks, and 260 bags (not including Shark's Bay and Linga), A good demand prevailed, and nearly the whole ...

    Article : 157 words
  3. COUNTRY LETTERS.

    I cannot reasonably complain this week of lack of news. My difficulty is rather how to condense all the events of the week within the limits of an ordinary news-letter. The event of ...

    Article : 2,604 words
  4. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN.

    JUDGING from what appears in the Victorian Express the electors of the Champion Bay district cannot be said to have treated their late member with quite that amount ...

    Article : 746 words
  5. TELEGRAPHIG INTELLIGENCE.

    It is intended by a number of the friends and supporters of the Tichborne claimant to reopen his claim to the baronetcy and estates. They understand that the man Cresswell, whose ...

    Article : 349 words
  6. MR. M. BURNETT AT NORTHAM.

    On Wednesday, the Good Templars celebrated the 9th anniversary of the foundation of the society in this township, and occasion was taken of Mr. Burnett's arrival in the colony to secure ...

    Article : 886 words
  7. INTERCOLONIAL.

    Charles McLeod has been found guilty at Stawell, of attempting to poison his mother, brothers, and sisters, by placing strychnine in a bag of flour. It is supposed that his object was ...

    Article : 361 words
  8. EXPLORATION IN NORTH WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    From this point the course was continuously along the river banks, or within a few miles thereof, and over for a greater part of the way fine open plains on both sides, but evidently ...

    Article : 1,143 words
  9. OCCASIONAL NOTES.

    MR. James Morrison reports the sale by auction of lOO[?]fat wethers on account of Mr. B. D. Clarkson, at 20s. 6d. THE tonnage on the berth at London for ...

    Article : 3,703 words
  10. LAST NIGHT'S TELEGRAMS.

    A meeting of shipowners was held yesterday to consider the advisability of constructing a second canal through the isthmus of Suez. Nine steamship companies, (employing a tonnage of 3,000,000, ...

    Article : 193 words
  11. INTERCOLONIAL.

    At the Horsham assizes, on Saturday, the man Charles McLeod, found guilty of attempting to poison his mother and other members of the family, by placing strychnine in a flour ...

    Article : 253 words
  12. CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR.—I know your columns are always open to receive any reasonable complaints from persons suffering hardships through def[?]ts in our local laws, and I therefore trust you will permit me ...

    Article : 358 words
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