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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

: SHIPPINff'lNTELLWENcEl (From the S. M. Herald. ) B V ... V;. ARRIVALS. V MARcn 13.— Eagle, steamer, 114 tons, C«BC tain Warner, from Moretdn Bay the 11th IV stnnt. Passengers— Mr. ?'' Pick-ring, Sir. Jiff Mrs. Kingsborough, Mrs. Brennan, Messrs.' P^Ha Stephens, Spearing, Cockburn, Ewer, miHivB.' tho.steerjjgc. ' ? , WM\ 14.— Spencer,. brig, '237 tons, Captain J. }\M ris, from San. Francisco 24th December, andTBy hiti tho 1 1 th February, in ballast. Passon-'mMer Messrs. M'Murray, , Miller, l-'igg,' HeynilM - Wilson, Brcarton, M'Kuy, and 30 iu Mm. steernge. ' ' tm . \* The schooner signalled to tho norriwsH'' yesterday was a.coastcr. Mil 13.— Phoenix, Btoamor, 108 tons, CapliHn) Bcnaud, from the Clarence Iliver 12th iustc^BH Passengers— Mri ' Buvket, Mr. Hogapli, sHLn M'Lenn, Mr. and Mrs.Hewett and, son, Capli^P' Chayell and wife; Miss and_Master Chavdl, aB'1 15 in.the steerage. . . ' . Wp» 15.— Star, whaling barque, :1S3 tons, Cnplj'Hr Eury, ?-from tlio South Sens. , . - 'Hs- . : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

30s.' REWARD. 1 STOLEN or Strayed, on the'lSthiiist, W Mr. Thomas Mockctt's paddock, Qj; Charlotte's Vale, six bullocks; Ono branded on the off ribs JL. .oflf ruinp 4 circle. - EJ3 Oac brindled polcy branded 4 in circk rump. . E E One yellow sided, with white bncl:, lirai! on the off' ribs JL and on the oil' rump El'. One sp.ottcd red nnd white bullock, bran! JL on tho oft' ribs and rump. ^ One brimllo horned bullock, near rump I, rump, JB. Ono brindlc horned bullock, branded JS fiimp. If strayed, tho above roward will be given! delivery of them to me; and' if stolen £.'- uill paid on conviction of the thief or thieves. WILLIAM LOCKIIAltT, ' Mountain Hiin, Or to MR. THPJIAS.M0t.KKTT, Butkrci, March lcth, 1802. ? ' GOOD SHEEP RUN. TO LET, FOR such a term ns may be agreed upon, c; sisting of 1G0O (sixteen hundicd) acres - Freehold Land, with 4OO0t ncres of rented It adjoining, and-commnnditifr one ? of the b sheep runs in the district. 'The run is only tirti milcH distant from the tow...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

COUNTRY NEWS. Tamworth Diggings. — The diggings arc go ing on. well, 'first-rate.' I have purclmscil more gold since my last, and a large quantity has been brought in this week. I purchased from two men, Coker and Gilibs, 10 oz., which they found in eleven days, amlothcrs have been more for tunate. I must inform you that they have found :i new place, where nil are doing well. To give you some idea, a young man from Ilexham, Jiaraed Spark, washed a bag of dirt (as .these diggings are some three-quarters of a mile from water, they have to carry.it in bags or buckets), and washed it in a dish, mid found 1 1 tlwts. and .'? grs. I know this, as I purchased the gold. I hear Sir. Ilargravcs has bean prospecting this week at Swamp Oak Creek, and found plenty of gold, but no watqr. According to what I hear gold is to bo got in nny part of Uie Peel River, and oven in the township, as I have seen gold found just at the bond where- Draggctt used to live. I think this placo bids fair to become q...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

SYDNEY NEWS. - Recognizances. —-BHEAKETta ojjjH Peace, iook out.— -By a recent dcc'tsM of the Supreme Court, it has been decla3B that the term 'fpi-7 which a person mjyH bound to enter into sureties to keenfH peace, shall be the term for which lie sJ be imprisoned, indefault of his bein»jB ?able to procure such' security —s0 t^flj person sentenced to keep the . pe.ice fH twelve months, t must in future enjj twelve months' imprisonment, in thcetfl of his not being able to-find sureties, fl therto. this species of punishment haslfl regarded, comparatively .'.-,. speakinc ^| merely ;' nominal, but hencefortb, it. wiilnfl -ess a degree of terror scarcely eqiialled^B .that of any; other penalty in the same c« logite of. punishments. Wliether it fl work beneficially or .not, remains io fl 8eeti.^-fJ3mpjre. B

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

DEPARTURES. .March 13.— Q iiloj thip, for.' London. Pus: gers— Mr. Brown, Mis. Hayes. ' : 13.— Indus, barque, 368 toiis, Captain Poo! for Melbburno. Passsngers — Messrs. Jcnkt ?Webster, .Townsing, 'Barrass, M'Clymont, is Eoss,:and 185 Chinese male emigrants. '?\ i 14.— Binpire, schooner, 73 'tons, Captain 5b ris, : for Geclong. Passengers— Mrs. Morris, IE Pitt, Mrs. Francis, Miss Francis. 15.— Henrietta, schooner, 165 tons, C.ipiii Nationi^for Adelaide*.: -PiisSL-ngers— -Most Re Archbishop Polding and servant, Mr. G. Fiilfon ;Mr. H. T. M6rris. :' '. u 15.-^Claia, brig, 179 ton9,Captain Coonoy.f Melbourne. Piissongcrs— Mr.: and Mrs. Battr Messrs'.G. Burnett, Eapluel, Bowden, Milsie Bomisignot, and 56 in the steerage. 16.— Susan, 7212 tons, Captain Clmrch,(: Hong Kong. 16;— Eaglo steamer, m tons, Captain Wans for.Moreton Bay, with s'un'drii a. Pussengcn 'Mr. Biggs, Mi-f Russell, Mrs. Warkwell, Captt Collins, and seven in' tho steerage.

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ON GOLD DEPOSITS AND WASHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

BRITISH' EXTRACTS. ON, GOLD DEPOSITS AND WASHINGS. 'BY .'JOSE E. ,CLII?FE, . M.D., P.O.S. (From the Mining Almanac.) Gold, from bsing found in its metallic stato, is nhyays. oven to those acquainted witli finding it in its deposits, a subject of much exaggeration, to many times its real amount ; ami oven to tho well informed, tho mind willingly deceives it self as to tho real quantity,, and no approxi mations arc admitted to bo correct, oxcept the real one of its actual weight. Brazil, Mexico, some pnrts of North America, Borneo, and other places, havo had thoir day ; their riches were, for a time, equal to what California may produce ; bnt tho vory 'different circumstances which existed in thoso countries when gojd was discovered, prevented, from their littlo intercourse- with tho civilized world; tho famcrof thoir wealth procoding tho actual pro duco of its being brought to market. Africa is known to contain great diluvial deposits of gold, nnd probably rich veins, bin its pesti f...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

LOOAJJ INTKLLICrKNOE: ; Crows Lavtis Act.— J. B. Richards Esq.. Commissioner of Crown Lands, for Ihb. district 'of .- Bnthurst, and the county, of Roxburgh, appenrod to- support an information against Mr. Jumes Jardine, of Fitzgorald S-wavnp, for;-the illegal oc-; cnfS.itiou of waste -lands of tho crown near.'Win burndalo Creek, by depasturing .sneflp thereon. Mr. Sergeant appeared for tko complainnnt, and Mr. M'Intosh for the defence, G. Ennkin Esq., on the part of the- crown, deposed that; ho hart purchabed land in tho county of Roxburgh, and that tho defendant had to his certain knowledge been depasturing sheep upon wasto lands of the crown adjoining that purchased land from the 2nd October 1851, and tho 21st of Foby. 1852. Being cross-examined by Mr. Mr. M'Intosh,— ho stated thiit'ho believed tho waste 'lands in ques tion were lots 3 1 and 32 rented by Mr.Rodd and lot 30 rented ' by Mr. Hy slop,; and that Major' Bowler occupied land' on tho ono side of. these lots while witness ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

COLONIAL NJiWS;v ? ? -:\M: -Victoria.' .:.'/???, v'-','s ?Bi-TGnV in Tire .:.35tes.— To\t1it Editor of the, Argus.— Sir, —Permit me to offer a word of counsel - .'on 'this disease, peculinrly an Australian inflam-', motion. . Caustic, sulpliato of zinc, srtgar. of lead,, npinni/hnd other fotions ''will not: cure this ma lady, which is simple, if treated simply... I have ibnnd the following a never failing relief:— Dip a muslin handkerchief into cold, water, fold it, wet, four times . thick ; do not let it be be drip ping wet, and lay it in this' state on the eyes, forehead, and temples, covering this with a double thickness of flannel. Keep this on an hour nt a time, and when taken off, bathe the eyes with n little cold water, wipe the eye's gently dry, and re peat, if needful, three times a day. Your obe dient servant, Y. B. A; - ? Tiie Diggings.— The following extract from a letter written by a gentleman some months at , the diggings, raoy-'-be- read with interest, as it treats of...

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THE KAFIR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

THE KA-FITt WAR. The following are extracts ; from the offi cial accounts of the/Trans-Kei expedi tion : — Head Quarters, King William's Town, Jan. 11. 1852. The troops composing the expedition over the Kei, having 'this day returned to head quarters, after being, in the field six weeks, with a single blanket, and without tents, the Commander-in-Chief congratu lates Major-General Somerset, the officers and soldiers, upon the great success of their exertions ; 30,000 head of cattle have been wrested from the enemy by the troops' and our native allie3, and innumerable flocks of goats and horses ; and in every affair where the enemy made resistance, he was promptly routed. Among the most conspicuous are1 — 1st. Lieut-Col. Eyre's able passage of the Kei, on the 4th Dec., already promul gated by the Commander-in-Chief in his GeneralOrder of the 7th instant. 2nd. Captain Tylden, following up the spoor and capturing 500 head of cattle, on the 21st Dec, on the Umquallie. ???Sid. Lieut. -Col...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

BJlITlSEJiXTHAGTS. :' ; 'ENGLAND AND AMERICA. :.?; - . ;;(From iheTiriies^NoVi 13.) ,:?; Taking all things, together,. British ai -.rAmericans have run a pretty fair lie thronf = the trials of this . wonderful season. Tf spring; it must be confessed; opened ill fo Brother Jonathan, and for-.a good j,vlii!ci Jher: race;\ve'' kept: well a-head. - We hi our .'Great Exlubi'tion-fra real. new ' emnrt speeulation, which did not turn out tifaw jure-— which exceeded everybody 's hopeB :'arid which broiightyabout no.revolutionsB1 all. 'As i it. turned outj oven the exlra p liceman migh.tJhave been dispensed wili and 50,OOO^.isUors of all: classes have coi gregated. atfd; dispersed daily- witliout 1 much disturbance as attends a country $ Moreover, the dollars have really con lumbljng in amain. We say it witlw any .malice, or any wish to create anno) ance, but the.fact is, that even the, hypt bolical conjectures of American irony bai .fallen short .'of the truth in this ; interest : particula...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

?minin&'intrlltgenge; : ; Davis's Creek Diggings.— -Tho intelligence piaUishcd by us in a late isstio that gpUVhadbeen - procured in /.Davis's Creek in .sufficient quantity and with sufficient facility to promise.'- successful results, if proper means were.- taken, attracted somo nttentio'n among our gold digging neigh bours, tho consequence of which was.'that several 'individuals from Kelso immediately visited tho place, and the information thus furnished was to some extent corroborated by the fact, that sovernl parties who haflbecn prospecting tho country ? about Davis's Crook, had visited Bathurst to pro- ? .vide themsolvcs with cradles'. In this as in all new discoveries, a good denl of mj'Stcry was affected, but despite .the taciturnity : of tho ma jority, it got whispered about that apcrsonnamod Ainsworth and his two boys had made 5 ouncis of gold in ono day, and thnt 3 and 4 ounces had, in. several instances, been procured by parties of two, 'but we' do -not pledge ou...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

ENGLISH KEWS ? IFromthtS. M. Herald. March \7.) '? _ English news to this 25thNoyembcr hind been 'received- at Adelaide. Wo; take' tho following items ,; of intelligence from ; tho , Adelaide X)b ssruer:—' ????-,??.-..? - ';..'.'- :???-'.?: '.' ..V-- .'- :. '.'.'?'..?' .Tho Court was at Osborne. Her Mnjesty/,v His ?Royal Highness Prince Albert, tho Prince of Wales, nnd tho Hrihccss Koyal.with the suito and' tho lloyalhousehol-l, attended divine service there on Sunday the 23 I'd. \ Tho English Funds opened on the morning of tho 24th at tho closinc prices of Saturday, and re mained throughout' tho day without the' slightest fluctuation. Consols wero quptcd at 98 J to $ for, money, and 98§ to 99 for tho 11th December. The failure of Mr. Hugh Clarke, a broker, was announced dnring the morning.' ' Tho accounts of the state of. trade, in the pro-, vinces gave satisfactoryprospects for the winter.. At Jlfanchuster there was increasing confidence, with a tendency to better prices, conseque...

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THE SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

— THE SUBMARINE. TELEGRAPH. {From the Times, Nov. 14.) it interest has bi en . excited by the nn cment made in the columns of 'the' Times of ilh instant, that tho SubmarinVfdlefrraph any would be prepared to transmit commu 113 between tho towns of Doycr*'and Cala's uisihy the I3ih of November.'- VA distance no three miles from tho SjuIIi Foreland Iiousp, where the cablo'Imd l-eeii tempora faccfl, had to ho laid. with 'nmlated wire, 'anptements connected witlrtlie necessary tt -.f tho un'e :afc n r completed. .The 'te success of these p. ojoctod arrangements l!P|)ily insured anil made manifest by tho Mission of despatches and other intelligence ?lhe course of yesteid.y. At'nbout half 11 o'clock in tho morning the last portion 'wire leading from tho Foreland was jit close under tho walls of the Castle at the it of the clifF, and thence . gently dropped ke garden attached to the.temporary office company,. Tho wire was then led into tlio upper rooms, and ? connected', with the '?pliic i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

Undersigned is a. Cash Purchaser of Gold ?J other metals in any q-iantity. G. BROCKSTAYN. Watchmaker and Jeweller, Howick-strect, Bathurst. -Specimens and Coins wanted. '* ? ' GOLD ! GOLD I SYER, BROTHERS Lgivctlichiglicstcash. price for good clear pmplcs. ut4t!i, 1851. AUSTRALIAN GOLD, undersigned Is a CASH PURCHASER of )LD to any amount. WILLIAM CUMMINGS. ? i Crock', Juno' 2Gt!i, 1851. GOLD.' undersigned arc PURCHASERS of GQLD US1V in any quantity. THACKISR & CO. S41, George-street, Sydney. GOLD! GOLD! ! GOLD! ! ! MR. AUSTIN - psreil to purchase GOFjD in p.ny quantities [the worth of a SHILLING to a THOU rOUNDS. The highest- price will in asc bo given. _ '... e parcels already purchased by him, in ?the King sample, weighing cloven ounces, Isoct at his stores at the comer of WiHiam lrli.im-strocls. igers arriving in town, who may bo desir obtaining- information connected with thj- us, can obtain it on application to . ' EDWARD AUSTIN, ' rncr of William and Durliam-strcets, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 20 March 1852

- FAT SHEEP. A SM \LTi flick of fat sheep in first-rate con l\ dition for sile ; expected to arrive on Tuesday, next Enquire of 'BYRNES WISE & CO., Durham-street, ? Bathurst. -March 18th. 1S52. ' ' LATE ARRIVALS. TU8T received, ex .'.'? Thomas King,' U Iitdii's' und Children's worsted polkas Berlin Wool*, all colors and shades to be had at tho Stares of the undersigned. ? ' R. TOLA.NO. Ilowick-street, .. '?' ' * - Baihurst. 'March 'lOih, 1852. - - - ? NOTICE. nniI03[AS BROWN; of George-street, Baker, 1 requests- thut all accounts duo to him may bo forthwith paid, otherwise they will bo placed in the hands of his solicitor for recovery, and that all parties to -whom he is indebted will fHr nish their accounts for liquidation. lie further cautions tho public not to pay any monies what soever owing to him, to his supposed wife, Bridget Brown, othenviso known as Bridget Brodcrick, or to any other person. And ho further gives no tice that he will not hold himself liable for goods...

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COUNTRY NEWS. THE PEEL DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

COUNTRY KF.AVS. THE PEKL DIGGINGS. Tits following is a cop- of a letter addressed to a georleuiim at Sconu l-y « party who hid gone to the H.ingiug Rock, or rathsr tho Peel dig gings .— 'Tamworth, March 7. 1832. '?Wo are seeing to commenco work on Toes dny next, about thirty miles above Tamworth, on' the Foe!. Wo passod rho Hanging Rock on the 5th, and »aw no Iiope3 of our doing any good there. We tlien crossed over to the head of tho Peel, aud prospected jt for about ten miles downwards, and found gold in almost every dish ful we washed ; and lnckily we' fell across a party at work in tho bad of tho river, and who Ii3vo been doing a good stroke. Wo thon oust anchor, and to-dar wo huvo corao in to Tarn worth for tools. If wo don't dogood.it is our fault, for {cold is them in strait nbundnuca, Wo will bs t'.ie second cradle thoro. Thero is no chance of doing anything at butchering there, as thero are a great 'many waiting on the same speculation. I may venture to say that tho PoeL wi...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. PORTRAIT OF REMBRANDT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

BRITISH' EXTUAGTS. - FORTRA.IT OF llEMBRANDT. . [PAINTED BY niMSELP.] 'j! pictures have recently been added to tional collection, two aro ' portrait studies 'brandt and Vnn Eyck ; the third is by '.vsen. We this . week engrave the Rcra ! tho Van Eyck will follow shortly. Portrait nf 'RnmhrrmiH. liv himsplf. is from Hcction of Lord Middlcton, formerly at 'arrow, in Snrroy, and lately sold nt ? Christie's, whore it was : purchased, by 'f the trustees of tho Nntionnl' Gallery, for n of 400 guineas. Of this portrait little is ? Mr. Brnyloy, in his ' History of Sur pnllishod about fivo years since), does 'tion this picture, though he ouumeratcs of less note, then at Pcporharrow. As far !»n ascertain, this Rembrandt ha3 not hi tcen engraved. Exccutod, .probably, at a ilvancod.. period of life tlmn most of tho ortra-t3 of Rembrandt with which ns pic r etchings we aro familiar, it differs slightly lorn all — ^yot certainly uot more than c: ch '* does from the other. It has, in common lcmi t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

? . ? .: ? 'HI. Edited printed, mid published by AVii.M'BB FARnAND, (sole projirietor), lit (.lie Batih!'!Hs Fkee PitEBB and AIiNiyo ,T(,r.ri:;iAri O^Ho 'William-strcct, L'nlhuiBt, Now South W^TMir 'Wednesdny, Murcli 24, 135a, JM

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MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH 18TH, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

MR. MORT'S PRODUCE SALE. 'Thursday, March,' 8th, 1852. H, 3 bales greaso. at 0^11; .A C, 3 broken at 9Jil ; G in diamond, 38 nt'Hd ,. B, 1 at 12J1 ';. V in diamond, 4 nt'12jd ; f» in diamond, 2 locks at SU ; \VN, 4 nt:12d ; V in diamond. 1 washed locks.at 9|U; CW over H, I at 13Jd ; MR, 1 clipping ut fid ; M, I bale and 1 bag :nt 12d -y- MR, 1 at 8}d; W,' 21 at;12|d; BWS, 20 at ra.l j JS, 85 at 13 jd rAX/20 at Is 4d i MFT, 1 locks nt 7|d ; BX, 1. grease. at GJd ; 2 locks at 4d; J. Grieve. 14 at 15ds' I pieces at 12d; MR. 12 greasy at 8d ? SM, 6 nt 13d ; «?» over W, 4 bales and 1 Ht'at lOJd ;' X V, 1 skin nnd locks Rt 8JJ ; UW.-5 scoured at 15^1 j Di 32 afCJilr B, I grease; Gil ; GF! in circlo 1 at 8J ; Sydney' over S, 1 greasy nt7dj II, I locks at 3 |d ; G in iliamoiiil, 1' ditto,' 7Jil ; SM, 1 skm nnd locks 8?d ;' Sydney ovcrS, 4 all 2 Jd; V. 0 at 12«1 ; N, 1.7 ftt 12fd ; Rin triangle, 25 at 13d : TP, ljinndwnslid at |2d ; NS1-, 4 gronse.at 7^d ; 8 Imndwaslicd at 13d ; ,AL, 16 at 1...

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SYDNEY NEWS. COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 March 1852

?,???-?? SYDNEY. IJEWS.. ?'?-?. (From the Empire.) COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS. Mr. Mort sold Commercial Bank shares at £126 for £100 ; Steam Navigation Company shares £18 paid, nt 10s. premium ; Gns Company shares, £6 paid, at 30s. prcmiunV; General As-_ suranco Company shares, £5 paid, at' 10s. promr' mm. Tho screw steamer Consido wusbbught-in the highest hid being £7,000. Wo belicvH she'* will bo, immediately put into the Port Phillip trade. The arrival of gold in Sydney during the week by public conveyance, has. been about 3,040 ounces. Tho last escorts into Melbourne brought from Mount Alexnndcr, 12,055 ounces, an(f: from Bnllnrnt, 129 ounces'; the. escort .into Gcelong brought 282 ounces '. additional from Geelong. Two vessels havo ^arrived with Chinese jnimi . grants, though ono' had only a small number. 'Our latest dates from Europo. are to tho end' of Novomber, which n'cre received moro than three wooks itgo ', via Panama. ? The ?nexf favourable wind may bo expected to 'bring u...

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