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INTEROOLONLAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

INTEBOOLOKIAL COUHEBC1AL INTELLIGENCE. < We iwve Auckland filet (Imperfect) to the 18th oil. Tluy costain no oommerdU urn of lmporttnoe. Fit haveQoeentUnd awn to the SWT nit. The followicg It from the flrfeteif Owtr of that dtla t— " Is aWte'iMUea et the eeadeg «ml eewon then a ndMgoiHtUot for ttao tcnwaot ifintl mtotUopert. ttrs oMM tbofoBorAaotriltt uf OlOaMMIh.MMklWiotr.lMta. la oivooUtaoto Una. tltoA* •. H. OeBBJaortaw r». 4acsd Um frokM ct*«* (A» JMbuuorlta«rteh to fjdnoy uT%%.fKr Ma. Tttii wy U (wril>o ottri. buUOMtfco at—' ' 1 SSttUFiT upoct M »a rttiiuiil lo •ar «fr»ot Mpon uwk. IfeiiBliShiwM «wt1t><iwi vt OTelworoiloitft'h aMM lya 101(1 i»o>»i«in hw to tS&Oj&MUatamo feeewtel toadni. daferl IMMtWMMMthoariaM S^^SaggSftisrm nt^*S5wal^5ai tuavMUji B*«i 1w P«*k »£Wk roKBUy iaeflrod. h —— •iSmimMiMi ■"— Ibli oMrtitot, htosiM lMee. IrOwtat oJw™ g*U MM. Tho»»«T>fto*ith»t OMoklw lb«n»eS»«,»ui Oxnr that tht QgNM^aMjoUoua BtfoJtateUi* ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOOUTH ASTRALIA ADE;AODE SE[T.00 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BQVraAVrtRALVL ADXUIDJt 6m. 10. 1 Some ot tbebe&iH f •tool: wterfa* OoM» w •«1.- ADEIJU0K,0aT.4 >•* ■** , l«s»A«* s*,i .«* smii i£» »■ *St» TO »WSBS?'vr}

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Saturday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

COMMERCIAL. lUtatdu Evening, A telegraphic correspondence Lh taken place between the authorities of Victor!* end those of 8cu& Australia, in relation to goods, duty-paid, passing tip the Mnrray for con- ; •amptlon In Victoria. Mr. Franolr has In quited whether, now thai custom* officers for Victoria have been appointed on the Mnrrsy, good*, duty paid, intended for VIo torian settler*, will be allowed to pais up the Murray under bond through Booth Aurtrall*. The reply received b, that the present regula tions do not provide for allowing goods to j paaa up the Mnrray under. bond. In reply to a Second telegram from Victoria, it b stated j that the report, that good* may be cleared tinder bond for .K«tr South Wales, b Incor reot. The clearances of gold - daring the week ending Saturday last, conakted of 130,68201., making the total shipments Since the com mencement ol the year, l,'882,950oz.; of. which quantity 12662740*. were the produce of Vic toria, and 179,682oz. transhipmen...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TlIE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TlIE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ANSWEBS TO OORKE8PONDENT8. »,« It is respeotfully intimated that all questions upon the Turf, cither u to matter of hielciy, or on any doubtful point of racing law, or on any minor (porta or gams* —clieaa, droughts, oards, quoits, &o.~ well a> queationa on general matten, will be anewered carefully and with precision, wherever it ia in the power of the Editor to do bo i and when it ia not, the same will be Btated, and reference made to aome special or likely authority. Butitia neoessaryto state that, in all cases where an answer is expected in the following number of; 2Ts , Anttralaeian, the oorrecpondent'a qoeation must be in the office before eight o'clock on the evening of Wednesday. " B. T,"—The match between Yeno and Alice Hawthorn was run on Saturday, the tsi of . October, 1857 j and the ftrot Champion race on Saturday, the let of October, 1859. "Dawk us."—A " Queen's Plate" has been run for in Melbourne in the following yoari'cmly —1654,1856....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES ON SOME CONFENS ANNNDDD HARDY SHRUB8 AT THE MEL. BOURNE BOTANIO GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

NOTES ON &01US CON1FKH8 AND HANDY 6HBU1J8 AT THE UEU HOUHHE BOTANIC QAHDEN. Some of the flneet aprrirotni of oonifen (pluee) and of hardy flowering thru be to be found in Victoria ere to be eeen growing la the Melbourne Botanic Garden. The colleo Uon of pi Dee contalna many fpeder not named In thia notice, ;a« from their tmali dee the habit,of the tree*cannot oeakly be dirtlngniabed. It if only the Uryeet-eieed epedmena that are hen partioalariaed, to that partiee who contemplate adding to their ooUecUona treea of the Untie named can, from aeetng the natural ekamtobtici of each indWidaai xpedes, fetta aoraeideetf the effect of the different Undent tieee in certain dtneUcna. Thie kind of knowledge ii ateotately ncctaary before proper effect can be got by a judicium diepodtion of cer tain tnee in the tandeoepc,andaf oontnited with the varied feat area of local aoenery. The trace, ehrube, and plant*, of which there ii a meet «^tend re collection, are kept in excellent order, be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE FARM & GARDEN. NOTES ON THE MONTH. With the last number of the I'toman his endud part the first of the osual " notes" on the month : the motto to be Inscribed thereon is " All's well that ends well." The operations required for the current month, and the seasonable notes on various passing subjects, are now transferred to the ampler columns of The Auelraltiiat). In this Journal the agriculturist, squatter, land owner, and cultivator, or every degree, will find ample evidenoe that whatever relates to their respective interests will not be neg lected. To the farmer, the best advioe to be given is to subsoil, manure, drain, and carry ont a proper system of rotating crops. To \ subsoil is to open np for the use of the roots of plants the riches hitherto hermetically sealed In the fertile nuder-etrats; to permit the rains to descend below the usual depth, and to he there stared up for the wants of the roots in times of drought. To Manure.—In the attention or neglect of manuri...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONDITION OF FLOCKS IN CANTERBURY. (FROM THE CATIZEAURY PRIIS) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CONDITION OF FLOCKS IN CANTERBURY. (fbom rax wnzintr rant.) Mr. Bouiton, the ioipeotor of theep far the ] prorin« of Canterbury, in bit annual report make* tbcfoUowing atatwttaal* and eomment* j with reaped to *eab amongit the 0»ntert>my j Socb:—" 3he numberof M*bby[ehwp cleaned rrithia the taut tvrelre month* hie been 186,150 —114*650 in the northern diatrict, 48,700 in the center*! diatriet, and >8,000 in die j toot hern dhtiaet. It ie now near)/ tneire month* (ince the department ha* been plaeed | under my charge upon ft* praeent fiwUna, • audthereenfttstbe dm taken is diyidiaj" the prorinoe into three dbtziota, eaob tinder.] ft* reapectire iospeotor, aad with controUUfr power giren to the mneiptl in * " abo take* charm of the central < . , hff— rnortmtttaototy. tt thi* tftne Inft *' * ft wa* ! einfooeedtbe dieeaae would «j***d Com 'Ana endcfth*norinoetoth»other. ntdiftSi Htdiea UpWfbWtpointln lHOMBUr.un.Mi which date the j9DriaW>ratrip»dU%0O|) Msbb^ibMsp) rio...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY-YARD SWEEPINGS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

towasr-YASD sweepings, BtOonittr W.lonior. Emu ERi. ^ mnc na ui\i<iin linin.) BOW) reoejiUj-reporiod rwrohoi of Pro- ; fenor Andmoo, on tfw dung of our dtnntig ] birdh**» of oontidartblo ralue. mu also suggestive of several other and even more practical inquiries. These fertilisers have, from a very early period, attracted the cultivator's attention: that of the pigeon was employed in eastern countries 900 yean B.C. (2 Kings vi. 25). The earliest of the Latin agricultural authors commended its use for meadows, corn lands, and gardens (M. P. Cato, lib. 86J; and it is now two centuries since John Worlidgo maintained that one load of hen's or pigeon's dung was worth ten loads ofothermanurc (Mytfone of Agrirultvrt, 71). Tlie difficulty of procuring these dress ings in any considerable quantity naturally retarded their use; but when the importation of the guano of Peru into this country began to be so tose, then other sources of a supply of the dung of birds were first conside...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE WEE SWISS CLOCK."" [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

«TBK WF.E SWISS CLOCK." He cantiest, the jMU'itUat, o* a' my household stock; A wee conceit, * perfect treat, a weu Stria* doek. Ok, I'm & t»tchetor Uhiie in ft weehouse, a* toy laao, Wha ne'er kent the pleasure o' ft wide or ft wean ; Oh, 1 hftti milk fti>' 1 hae meal, anil Utiw in ft jook. But uftae to arsak * ocmtliie word, «-ioo>j>t ray «m cloak. in' in' yer canker'd wires. yer gwtiu' weans gae wa, 'Twftd lake a laager purse tins miuc to keep sic Us*' braw; Tw wife maun ha« a salts gvan, woeJeaniea new frock, Bui ne'er ft nuuk it costs to clwd tuy wee Swiss deck. As merry fu a cricket, while fu musical Si* tone*; Kftr fttild clumsy codger like yer dreary audit-day dnuie*; ]ta wee bit face ye'li ecattcly to* 'twirl flee dirt and , the smoke, Tet ne'tsr the l«* it wag* a**', my aiu wee clock. lU woe foliy peswiulato sae waggishly it flings, While early in the morning it rumltlcs and it rings. As if it Mid, " Get tqi, ?o lo"ti, like itherdeoetit folk. And aye keep ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIGURIAN BEE. TO THE EDITOR Of THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE HOUKUBT BEE. TO ZBS EDITOR Of TEE iXjmk\lXtVt. Sir,—Mr. Templeton toll* ma that it would be# matter of interest to all apiarians amongst your readers to know that • layns of tan took their departure from a JWgurian hire on Thursday, tlie 29th nit, being mueh in adranoe of any of his own, and be thinks muob earlier than any other beo-maater ean quota in the present season. 'Ae ato& which has swarmed thus eariy was that noticed soma months ago in the Ikoasas as a late autumn awara, plaoed in one of Krighbour'a straw iiire^.and at the tuna striking me as rerj brge in proportion to the sleep in which it was plaoed. •is bearing opon the question of the wonder ful fertility of the Iegurian qoaan, it would be interesting to know whe&er any of your readem have heard of swarms from the oom mon bee at a eorresponiing date. I am Sir, jonn obodientl/, EDWABD mSSOJt.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING IN INDIA. EXTRACTS FROM AN UNPUBLISHED WORK BY MELMOTH HALL. THE TAHAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

SPORTING IN INDIA. EXTRACTS FROM AX OTCBLISHED WORK BY liELMOTU HALL. In about the twenty-eighth degree of north latitude, about 700 miles nearly due north from fbhutts, a chain of hill*, rising more or leas ahruptly from the plains, stretches irregu larly across the oontinent of Asia, from south east to north-rat. gTheee hills an the com mencement of the aerated country of Kepaul; and, with occasional table-landa, and valleys of inconsiderable extent interrening, terminate in the might; range of the Hemilayv For art indeterminata diatanoe to the aouth of thia chain, and terminating on the east at the rirer Jieraifii or Gandak, is a beitof hat country, in some parte heavily in others spaieely tim bered, or luusieliag of extensive open plaina, here and there rudely cultivated, but for the moat part king waste and abandoned to wild This belt varies in breadth from forty to sixty miles, and is knowu aa the Tarsi. Through it flow the Bvg-sga, Borirspte, Dhameia, Ghongbi, Bapti, and Bobi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PHYSICAL CHANGE SRESULTING FROM AUSTKALTAN COLONISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

PHYSICAL CHANGES HESULTING FKOM aUSTKALTAN COLONISA TION. by w. Lockhast mobton. Very remarkable changes have taken place and arc now ip progress in the phy sical character and condition of Australia, ss the inevitable results of the settlement of white men with their flocks and herds on its territory. Before enumerating the changes referred to it may be proper to give a few notes respecting the physical state of Australia prior to the time when colonization began. There is every reason to believe that for many long ages antecedent to its dis covery and settlement, the physical cha racter of this vast territory had! continued unchanged. A general equilibrium had been established between transmuting forces and resisting matter. The moun tains bad been worn down nearly to their present lerel,- deep ravines had been cut; wide valleys had been filled; and the beds of ancient streams had been silted up, leavingmsome instances their coarse to be traced through wide tracts of level coun tr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE THEATRES. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE THEATRES « TBssom* r,-. —cojniaSf.ptodtoi^ ffffif - fbt>. fflthr. SOQJE^JA&l;; iatf afromaatJo melodrama, aol" 'tfcr "HW*wtM»d»4tolBa6w6totsUek Q«. mperttetiM dnma fomiitorat fmjrat^ on lha toajdtipai fftf IfOBlOMi let it. Tbow wboilw to ptoaaa no* plim tin cf • wtoiwal-aia^'JtftoiMjr xcflaai. i we smat toA vtosUa aiilMr Moi M that a bom®oi^pimi,(iSwli iaatlftad to*to> vnaaoi awoow tJta jwrtarta^ taoni to (to. minWIwwWllA:' ||)(KII J|| jlMl^lipTiniillii"^'™"''-^' dftwpliit!«A5il>»i»ia ■« , ._.. .Jtofc da , <T dtl and ndud asMfe ,ta« jm* uon property of minor playwrights. Filt Wll claim* to have mitten » hundred noli Cyntbtos of the mlnnte; but .It If hie industry which to to be marvelled nt, trouble genlnr. A* for tbe noting, tbnt to, of o^oiw^ .fnl'tnptrlor to the play, though even, comparatively epeaking, we onnnotbnt think that tbe xttenbereof the company do mush . ■better In tnoro earnest work. A stranger seeing tbealh • trifUntpteoe of this kind ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEE MEBINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TEE MEBINO. Allowing that the Merino if essentially the sheep for the open and dip portion*, and, therefore, for by fir the greater part of Australia, there ii still need for some of the other rarieties, to occupy the heavily timbered and moister portions of these ooloniee, and to meet the want* of the farmer desirous of uniting tillage with the rearing and fattening of stock. This mixed ipstem of husbtndry is besoming jnort and more a neoeaeity, as the long- i tffled lends fkil to return the seed sown tm them, and the chief grain crops oen be no hngetf^asdeidstod on for remunera tion, and «6 : Had of stock will pay as anndy and as atouUly as sheep. Thus, a oomsfcenoement having been now made, ttwfll*ot be long before Ofery farmer, aCitnre on'his land jmd not Meditating nneariy flitting, will hare his few tgprai hrhandndsof sheep, either as a breed ing flock, or to fold on the cultivated land and fatten on crops raised specially for this purpose; and the question as to what sort of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAYMABKET. "THE HONEST MAN'S FORTUNE."" [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE HAYMABKET. ' TBI BOXOT MAK'< POUCH*." Monday evening Uat witnenmd the crown- j tog intelligence of the aeaaoa, to far ma the Hejmarkct Theatre t« oonoerned. tt was \ eeemly that, having with so much profit bur-1 letqned an Ellubethan tale, Thalia should be propitiated bj the awl one production of a fine old wak of the Kllsabcthan drama in' { Beaumont and Fletcher^ comedy of " The Honest Mania Fortune." The malt waa equally creditable to the art displayed fay the company and the Intelligence of the andlenwi in appreciating such a wak. Described aa a tregt-coaaedy in the old folio, the drama waa pro duced at the nlanrir Globe in 1613; while the Break raaater of dramatic art waa atni b tbe -Beth—the year in which "Haniy VHL* waa probably flat enacted. Francla Beaumont waa then in fata twenty aaianlli year, fab ffluMoa* twin bfttfaerof the pen, John Fletcher, tell ytati older; facta whicbmayaooormtfareonielnisaetnrttywhlch will appear to thoee who critically rtody the wor...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. FARMING. (Continued from The Australasian, Oct. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. FARMING. (Continued from The Australasian, Oct. 1 .J The chief reason why the British agri culturist, iu spite of a recent magnificent harvest and an average of prices during the fifteen years following the repeal of the Corn-laws very nearly equal to that of the fifteen preceding them, so tho roughly distrusts the prospertire profits of wheat growing is, of course, the cheap ness of continental labour. Another, and one which grows weightier year by year, is that this cheapness is supplc n^pted by 'he rapid growth of agricul tural knowledge among his foreign com petitors. The export of machinery, such as steam-ploughs and the like, which to France, Belgium, Germany, Russia, and Egypt is very great, throws an enormous additional balance in favour of the produc tive powerof the foreigner. It is felt that the adoption of the most improved im plements, and their skilful employment, cannot fail of turning the scale against the British grower both as to Ihcprice of labo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCESS'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

PBJNGB3SVTBEA.TB& The audleooe at toe RtneerebTheetieot* Saturday evening, totorUlned by the Ohriajy Miutlrelf, wu Ttjynnmetwi»-the pit and bozo being enroled, although the number of rititon to the Ami ditto wto^qnnty. 3ht minrtreli were, ai ngnal.Vnyjtioeentfulln commanding attention toiheir mwical and burleeqoe poweia. Amongst the latter miy be tutaaeed Uuir performance of "the near end the caHoetare ot " the greet oenttUoe net of Z«mpillt)fqetatioii.''whkh it would hi atuMlere to attempt to drecribe, at It wm originally cot-list to attempt to perform. Although the audlenoe wet* 'eqredatly re. quoded boobeervetbe mottbrreHiVai tUeuoe during tbe terriBe act, at the aHghlort Into, ruplioo wight mm a aezknt,lf not trial accident to the perbmer," they too wed a lamentable dlscgard for hie eafetybythouh of laughter, in which the actor who wm tiua JeepntlMd teemed rather inclined to )oia. Noacrfdenl,lwwem.o6cmrjed;and the pa formance termed quite at attractive at if real, inrtea...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FRENCH VIEW OF LIFE ASSURANCE. (FROM THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

A FRENCH VIEW OF LIFE ASSURANCE. (FROM THE TIMES.) A vdrtno'™ stonr betted on tellB o» ho* S-hS had fallen down In a St whether a '*jg dead; aod the at the door of the cltfb - ^ to aUow him wagete® ns bla death r ^ .fc roisbt bring to be hied, on the pica -tPuinol-* does not tell him back to life ^*mf t b.,t" there is too ns the issue of ^.L,ethat tbe unfortunate Diiicb reaatm to behf the ingenious mah perished a ttctim of wttger4. Eopbvsm ut support of the p ^Vhlte-S is an The conduct ^'>e^r 0f aUowing bets apt ^lustration ot tte dai-ge ^ ^ who#b to he '""^''P.SL we no other interest existence ^e.b®!?2!l,r?i,e betting But who than that derived from the be as would argue from itth*1 forbiddeQ v , practised among us^oogb ^ every She wagerersonthemwsora^ ^ thing to gain hy hls he'UB another's life is I who effects an sum than he &'*Srs£Hs^S"S'r« s.8JS£*=s*.-r»3i rectnt case 01 x?v to appreciate this that he is JJS!; Btcauee Idi Bomnierais simple distinction- Bf attempt to d...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. The Jest Book; the Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings. Selected and Arranged by Mark LEMON. London and Cambridge: Mac. milLar and Co., 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

LITERATURE. Tht Jest Book / the Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings. Selected and Arranged bj Miuk Lbmon. London and Cambridge : Mac* miliar and Co., 1864. The appearance of a collection of jokes under the auspices of the editor of the London PbkM, and enshrined in one of the grass-green Tolumca of the famous Golden Treasury Series, is an event which will cxcito high anti cipations among the lovers or wit and humour. Mr. Mark Lemon occupies a position in the hierarchy of Jesters so commanding and im portant as to give bim special and unusual opportunities for the compilation of a work like this. Upon the shoulders of no other living man, perhaps, could the mantle of tho late Mr. Joaeph Miller, of pious memory, have more gracefully descended. He is the liigh pricet of ,t»mt mysterious temple iu Fleet street, where"weekly doses of mirth and merri ment are concocted, for the refreshment of laughter-loving Britons s and a joke should gravitate as naturally end inevitably to his editorial sau...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

>LACKWAl£i LINE of > PACKETS. Por LONDON Direct, To nil with penotoallty, OK SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, IV -H-M-—I KApL. hn»t ship i O N A R 0 H, SOOOtone, A1 alLloyd'e, R. K. DEACON. Commander, (Belonging So Mem. Oreoo, oTfllaokwell.) aboveHnarned odebrtM liner. U one of the UMt ee replete and oomrnodloue MingirJgjlpe «»«• Z fine faring a StBfcdMfc, th® mtift 4«ek la of tutmnl (Zicat, «aS herBcwnwrtnttontft* ptMrn to fall iIbmh irf nTlnrmrlf „ raMgMBOMT. «1« «?*■*** . JV( . ForplAM of cnbSos, aooood and Udrd dm ^ 10 EU»brth-alr««i tooth. KomfrmaU ormaicn •» wtboriirf to yr—p money or to tow Ucketa. Messes, money WIQRAM and SONS' (Of Bladrwell Yard, London) ldNE OP PACKETS, Norfbfi, and otbrr weli ^LONDON, Dim* Tbaailpoeitinlyon TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, The fsTooriu dipper «hip LINC0DN8DIRE, 1100 tow, A ) at Uoyd'a, H. H SKINNER, Commander. The Uncdhairin la, in all nwreela, a Ent-claia pas senger ehte, having been boOt erpnaaly for this trade: and will bedeepatcbed with punctuality. I...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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