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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    September 17.—Mariquit[?] schooner, from Warrn[?]. September 18.—City if Hobart, serew-stemner, from Hobart Town, with fifty-four passengers: Georgia, American barque, from St. John's, [?] Brunswick, via Adeladide; Elizabeth. ...

    Article : 384 words
  3. THE WAR.

    The Gazette publishes despatches from Lord Raglan, dated before Sebastopol, June 5th. They contain no news of interest. Admiral Boxer died on the 4th, on board the Jason, ...

    Article : 620 words
  4. PATRIOTIC FUND BALL.

    The Ball which was held in burall's assembly rooms on Thursday evening, in aid of the subscription towards the Patriotic Fund, will long be remembered with pleasure and satisfaction by the very large party ...

    Article : 808 words
  5. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET

    The price of gold has declined [?]d. per ounce during the week—the price given by one of the principal gold brokers if £3 15s. 6d. per ounce. The steady decline in the imports, and consequently the ...

    Article : 165 words
  6. SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.

    The improvement noticed in our last report continues, and holders are very firm. Heavy goods have an upward tendency, although they still leave heavy losses to the importors here, compared to their relative value in the Melbourne market and the ...

    Article : 231 words
  7. THE BALTIC.

    DANTZIC, June 18.—The Cossack, Captain Fanshawe, arrived last night, bringing extra despatches from Admiral Dundas. The fleet was at anchor before Croustadt. Nothing new. ...

    Article : 284 words
  8. EXTENSION OF THE TOWNSHIP.

    A week or two since, we published a memorial of certain citizens of Sandhurst, protesting against any further extension of the boundaries of the township, on the score of injustice to those who had become purchasers of ...

    Article : 282 words
  9. SANDHUHST PRODUCE MARKETS.

    Our market throughout the week had been met with evidently a better feeling. Advices of an improvement in the Melbourne market has had a similar offecs here, causing holders to be firm. ...

    Article : 148 words
  10. THE HANGO MASSACRE.

    In the House of Commons, in answer to a question from Captain Duncombe, the following statement was made:—"Sir C. Wood regretted that the report was only too true. He had that day received despatches from ...

    Article : 525 words
  11. ORIGINAL POETRY

    Our ship lay on the ocean, A spot upon the sen; A swell of heavy motion, The soils flapp'd heavily. ...

    Article : 191 words
  12. SANDHURST STOCK MARKET.

    Our horse market is very languid. There is evidently a dispostion to buy, although holders of good stock are not inclined to take present low offers. Out of a mob offered this week we averaged [?] 10s., being principally good hacks and light draught ...

    Article : 194 words
  13. IMPROVEMENT OF THE MARKET-SQUARE.

    The following petition has been drawn up and signed by certain householders having an interest in the improvement of Market-square. We believe that it will he circulated for signature previous to being sent to town, ...

    Article : 762 words
  14. THE EARTHQUAKE.

    As we announced in yesterday's issue, the shook of an earthquake was experienced in Melbourne and its environs shortly before three o'clock yesterday morning. Indeed, it seems to have been of so violent a character ...

    Article : 1,220 words
  15. MELBOUTNE COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Transactions in the gold market are very limited, at £3 16s. per ounce. The South Carolina, for Bombay, cleared on Monday, with 8129 ozs., and the White Swan, for Adelaide, on Wednesday, with 1000 ozs. Duty has been paid during the week on 2000 ozs. for ...

    Article : 95 words
  16. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 37 words
  17. SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.

    SLY GROG-SELLING.—Robert and Margaret Sturges were charged with this offence. It appeared that Constable Sloane went to a tent in Golden Gully, and, having called for three glasses of old torn, paid a rupee and one ...

    Article : 1,841 words
  18. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Dyke's" letter can do no good by being published. There was only one widow caused by the [?]reka affair, and a considerable sum of money was raised far her. The reflections on the gentlemen of the patriotic Fund Committee are unjust. ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER.

    OUR readers may have noticed sometime during their experience in the world two rival showmen outvying each other in their competition for the patronage of a bewildered public, at a loss ...

    Article : 1,322 words
  20. MELBOURNE.

    The arrival of the Defence, from Liverpool, which left the 21st June, brings European news five days later than that already received. The successes of the Allies in the Crimea, narrated in the previous accounts, are further ...

    Article : 1,383 words
  21. LATER EUROPEAN NEWS.

    By the arrival of the Defence, Captain Pearson, from Liverpool, we have intelligence to the 21st June, The following are the chief subjects of interest. ...

    Article : 29 words
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