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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

BIRTH. October 28th, at her residence, Tyrrell-street, New- castle, the wife of the Rev. William Hill, of a son. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1861.

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THE VOLUNTEER PARADE AT EAST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

THE VOLUNTEER PARADE AT EAST MAITLAND.       It was with no small amount of misgiving that #t viewed the unfavourable aspect of the weather on Monday ? morning. Tlie sultriness of the ntmosphere foreshadowed I a closcand oppressive afternoon, or, in the event of a Cbwsi! ' I of wind, a smart gale, with the probable adjunct of a' Im* ' fall of rain. Either event was to be loeked upon with. anything but a pleasing anticipation by those whose dntt it was to take part in the afternoon's proceedings. Arrtage. ments had been made for the volunteers t» attend thiSr! v gade adjutant's inspecting parade, at East Maitland, M..' special irain, 10 siari ai z.iii p.m. snarp, Had been provided for their accommodation. Nothing daunted by skyeyFin. Jluences, the artillery corps and the riflea marched toithe railway station, in tolerable numbers,— the former cojmi; however, notwithstanding the double fact that it was a n»e piece of courtesy on their part, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

Stationery, Books, Wrapping Paper, &c. TpIIK undersigned have always on linnd, a lai ??- supply of superior stationery, account bod wrapping paper, itc, which they import direct fn London, consisting of — Writing papers, envelopes, wedding and other fin stationery, surveyors' and engineers' drawi pnpnr-i, tracing papers-, nnd calico ; drawinjni tcrials, niiitheinnticiil iiHtrutiipntg^ CHAIll AND NAUTICAL STATIONARY, chur services, prayer books, family and pocket bibl in various bindings, school books and schc stationery, albums, portfolios, scrap boo) manifold writers, copying presses, copyii books, and other requisites, music booki oi \ paper, violin and violoncello strings. , WRAPPING PAPERS,, Imperial, bag cap, royal hand, single and doub demy, double crown, and double small bit wrapping papers. S rOREKEEPRRf SUPPLIED. Ij HOOKS, PERIODICALS, AND .RNGLIsl'i NEWSPAPERS received by Overland Mail, it' delivered to SUBSCRIBERS in Newcastle, » within three miles, on the day of ...

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IS THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH LOUIS NAPOLEON? [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

IS THE KMPBUOLl OF TUB FUEXGH LOUIS NAPOLEON? ! Ffom tlio roviow of iho Atkenanna of ' A LsyinnuV work on tho Church of England in America wo ».ak« tho following amusing bit of fiction : — A fow years ago, a writer of an important organ of United Status literature oioiiud ' a sensation' by proving that the present Emperor of the French was no member of the Bonaparte family whatever, but simply a New York ad venturer named Cloiiu lJowcn. During his rcsideneo in New lorlt, it would appear that the writable Prinee Louis Nnj.oleou formed n close intimacy with a eitizeu of the States named li.iweu. Tho mutual reseinlilanoo of tho two friemla was suuh that each w.ia often mihtukcti for tho other. On the evening previous to the Prinue's iutended departure fur Europe, lie and Cloiiu met, spout an hour in a theatre, and then supped with two ' pretty horsobrenkers' iu a house of vieinus entertuitjmeut. Tho Prince, his friend, and the two girli, had a private room, and were waited upon by tho ...

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NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. An ailjourncd meeting of the preliminary com mittee nod fubscribers generally, was held on Thursday evening, at the cnurt-bouEC. There were about thirty persons present, Mr. H. J. Brown in the chair. The minutes of tho previous mreting having boon read and conGrmed, the honorary secretary stated Mint the number of actual subscribers was now 155, nnd the amount paid up was £30 18s. 3d. Mr. Thome then read the report of the committre appointed ta investigate the various propositions that had been made, with regard to premise!1. (This report appeared in full in our isMic of Saturday last. It merely gave a de tailed accouDt of the various premises, without recommend ing any particular one.) Mr. Robinson said that, in addition to these, he was prepared to offer free the old schoolroom, attached to his hou.se. Mr. Uor.To.v thought that Uiey ought all to bo very much obliged to Mr. Robinson for his very liberal offer, but the locality was unsuitable, it beiug too ...

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FARMERS' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

FARMERS' COLUJIA'. Wheat— Eiohty Bvsiif.ls to tui: Acer..— S. I'. Mason, of Walnut Crwk. -V. V., tells the AV«- Tori: Tri bune how he grew wheat at the rate of eighty bushels per acre. ' He inclosed with boards an exact rod of dry, gra velly soil, and sp.idi.-d it eighteen inches deep, mixing in neU-rutled c).iyry tnrf sifted, to the amount of a cartload, nnd a peek of mil, half a bushel of- ashes, and one pound ofcu.mo; then marked the bed into squares of three inches, n-.id planted. September 10, one grain in a hole two inches deep in the centre of each square, uain; nine grains to each foot, which he thinks is too thick. It came up in eight days, and by December 1st it was a perfect mm, so that the ground was hidden. On this he nifted three pecks of charcoal dutt, nnd- when the snow melted o!F in March the wheat was very green. It was watered a little in a dry time, nml harvested July 10, after the birds bad taken a share, and dried, the grain weighed '20} ponnds. He says if it b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

THK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Notices or Moijon run Monday, 4th November. Aldernwn Bulton gave notice that lie ihould move st the next meeting, ',ttiut.thc surveyor be instructed to prepare plans fur I lie I'urmntion of Bolton. street.' A notice of motion was al«o given by alderman Tighe, a.1 follow* :— ' That n committee be appointed to consider, niul report to the council, upun thu advisability of lighting tint city ; and if advisable tuvrcot lamps, the committee to report tlie uunitu of the streets that they may recommend to be lighted, and tho description of lights best adapted to the circumstances of the city ; the probable cost and nunuiil amount required for maintaining tho I i plus, together with any further information they may deem advisable to lay be lure the council. .Such committee to consul of alde/mcn Uul: jii, Ross, and the mover.' Tub Jury List.— Tiiore will be a meeting of thu cn«Ri«trate« nn Tueidny, to examine and roviw, if neoeuary Die jury list. Maitlakd axo Mokpp.tii...

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COTTON CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

COTTON CULTIVATION. Tub fullowing information, taken froin.thc Tam worth Examiner may be of interest to mp^'tff or.r readers : HainySuasons.— Wet years areVieiicvally bad crop voais. Tiieheavy raius and too much grass are poisonous to eottot|?*id ono generally follows the other, lujwct vears a great deal (if badly-ditched land produces but little 1-otton. Oil rich soils the plant grows too much to weed, and a large portion is' bpoiled from the labourers being over cropped, for, ns the crop becomes grassy, they plough biul scrape from the cotton until a drought sets in, and Ihu crop miflvirs before it can bu well hilled again. Late summer mills, or those occurring in June, juiy, or Augiui, proauuo tliB smallish brown caterpillar moth, which destroys con siderable quantities of the latc-planled cotton. Dry Sbasos.— The cotlou grower wants just suflieient T.iiu to soften his land for the plough tu break it up well ; he then want* a rain to ipoul and bring his teed up, then a shower abo...

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT The sittings nf the co»:rt were commenced on Thursday. His if onor Judge i'urefoy tooK liis seat upon the bench at ten o'clock. Messrs. ForMer, Simpson, nnd Ellis, bnrriMers-at-l.iw, and Messrs. Brings, Mullen, and It.J. Brown, solicitors, were present. Previous to trying any of the causes, the list wan called over, in order that the undefended cases might be at once disposed of. hath v. cnorr. The plaintiff in this case claimed £14, for Rood* sold nnd delivered. The defendant did not appear, and the amount claimed was awarded, with 8«. costs, and £!- for the attendance of one witness from Sydney. roirrus v. oohebtv. Settled out of court. THOMPSON V. WALLACE. An action for goods sold and delivered. There was no defence, and the amount claimed, £2 13s. 4d., was awarded, with 3s. costs. TAVI.OR f. BROWN. An action for poods sold and delivered. These was no defence, and the amount claimed, £10 3s. dl., was awarded, with 5s. Cd. costs. COIIKN AND OTHERS t). BROW...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

LKGlS/.A'fiVB ASSEMBLY. ? 'Ihe lTniiFC mrt at twunty.ei^bt winutcs pnst » p.m. Mr WlWon piw m.t!«c it « vote cct.surh.p (lie Oovf nu .nwll/.ln lUrrt ^ ihe npproprlMiou of pioceeda from . Jlo( NUitluml ind «-* »HR\,bourlnR Ul.st.icts. in favour the .saitwdnients'nf thr Legislative Council. Mr. Ciwper h*v:.i)» morer! that tliese »inend.iients b; ogrced w, a (cchnica! question was rained by Mr. Windeycr as to the competency of the Legislative Council to e;ncnd what the ban. me.nbcr alleged had 'uc.-n pronounced a money bill by the Shaker, to whom, on the Chairman ruling agaiiut bitn. Mr. Windcyer moved that tbe point in question be referred. The niotion vtM lost, after a brief debate, by 39 to 10. Upnn (he question vrbetlier the word ' Chiuene'1 nh.i-jl.t be imerted before 'paFsengen' in clauses, Mr. Whidrrer. on consiilational grounds, denied the right of flic Cunncil t'i introduce this amendment. The vic«« of Mr. WiiKkver were supported l»y Mr. Wilsa:i nml Mr. lioskmv -nA opposcti* b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

Tiik Okanor-pbei. NutsA.vcn. — We copy the follow ing official itniinunocnu'iit from the Melbourne Hi 'raid ,and commend it in the earnest consideration of our clvio nil thur!tif« !?- ''City of Melbuurm1.— Svrious nccinei.ts hav. ina rc-i:::«,l from the practice of throwing orange-peel it port the fmt)utli.-of the city, notice is hereby given, that pjincni no uflVn.i.iw arc liabluto n peimUy uf £10;), or to iin|-tisi-n. inriH for any puriud uot c.xcuetliug six moutlia, or tutti, in tiie discretion of the Justice hy ivln.ni the case that! ha I.firil, Uy order of I'm: Council of the city of Mclbcumc. K. G. FtTXOioaos, T/avu CLcrlt.'

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

.:- LKG1SLATIVK COUNCIL. Wednesday, Octobbh SO. In tin council, Dr. Macfarlanc gave untice of his iutcn Cuutomovc for lravo ta bring in » bill to nfiiluie the practice of medicine auil nurgory. ?Sir \V. Maniiiii!: presented petitions prnymjr tlut some ttrps might be t»kcn to provide a railway to ltathurst. The Gold.fie'.ds Hill was t.ikeu into committee ol the whole, and a siinicwh.M lengthened discuwon took *Uue on, « eLiUAe pruuswd b^ tha Tresident. prDiveting la'i'ls «.?- ?l-iiKine to .private 'milividuaU. The clause wus hnaHy iirried by a .innjjrity of 11 to 1, but subipquently, on ru 't .mmittal of -»is bill, the first, or repealing clause, was i, nended «oamto .preserve the law ns to private pto|ierty as 'tit present, and tbe new clause was struck out. .v The Churih and Seliool I.hiiiIs Hill was biougm up o .meawRe from the Awauilily. Mr. llubortmiii umvccl Ac first reading, intimating li* imtiitlou 'I oppoMtig the bill nt its -tubieqneiit xtagvf. Mr. Allen (ihjected to Ihe nr...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

TKLKGRAPHIC NKWS. WINDSOR. Monday Evening. — A public meeting was field at Mm Fitzroy Hotel, this evening, to petition the Pxccutire to substitute « locomotive fnr the proposed horse tramway to Windsor and Richmond. The ntlemlance was very large. Mr. Walker, M.P., occupied the chair. It wan mo'ved by Mr. Ascough, J.I'., seconded by Mr. Primrose, supported by Mr. Piddington. M.P., and carried with acclamation, that, considering the extent, population, and importance of the district of the Hawkesbury, this meeting is of opinion that the district is fairly and justly entitled to an extension of the line of locomotive railway from lilaektown to Wind sor and Richmond. On the motion of Mr. Cope, seconded by Mr. Thomas Marsden, a deputation, consisting of Mr. Walker; Mr. Piddington, M.P.; .Mr. Cunneen, M.P. ? Mr. AmmurIi, J.I'.; Mr.Copp, Mr.Ridlip, Mr.Redgeand, nnd Mr. Primrose, was appointed to wait upon the secretary for works to urge compliance with the above resolution. A committee was...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

PAELIAKSlxT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. | ( Alriiged frcm tit SM. Herat,!.) TUJCSDAV, OCTOBER 29. - ? J.r.GtSI,ATivrK~Af5SF^fnLV. T'tt a'ztathly f.ri a! l*en'y.fi»r minu'.F X'V' -* P'''-. Mr. Wi»i(!ivi l-iJ up:.n t!i« tatale t report fro*r. t!ic ManrL T'sorilrr* fmnruU'rc oil tlw- rtityct of » petition, having ^-fcrmre !a tH* Miiilmiri unrl Morpeth Hailwaj (.'nmp»i-y'» N-H. the rJp':,-.)r rrs tn wh'cii iietllJi.li f:Avir-g bftn Ijc.ic ttwrf, them (Miiitls*' ludbren ine'i u.-ti-dJ* report thercini. The rtftn, vhich fas read by the cltrni, rrr.«iinicMt!i'?t ? ^ilrnee in be taken in t'lr irv.tci. On the nw'inn 'f Mr. WifJ-im, }*:;re wag given to (lie eaniiiiiltt-e »'? uVv. the for. rue H'7^et.trd. In answer lo e o;tert!,--:i of Mr. viilvxi, »« tuw.'iv'ther tnc travernracnt intruded t.- pivc i;, Mtftr ::? the » Jdrcts of t!i» honte about the rcvciiuc a -rived from tficcliurch aw! ftclioa! Uii.is, Mr. Co*pcr referred To a firmer announce went of his. w the «fifrst thit n» cctios in the matter x-...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. /.jituvai.?.. Oct. 30.— Mscr. i.«*qtie, 2i\8, Mlrir, from Otngo, JJ.jr. Oct.30.— fruiiic, Ijrjfr. J55, U'innL-crrni;, frcm Ryii&y -« hallnKt. \V. Kwbunk, fiprut. On. SI. — Urara, steamer, frp-n Pydn^y. Qcl. 31.— Crithn*, Iwrqur, 259, Mnrrin, frnm Sydnrv. Carpi : 50 ton* potatrrc, -m* 20 tons Cour. Menfm. Dili* and Co.. *£enta urn! ownm. Opt. SI.— Ymt», .KChcRPr. 141, Finlayson, from Sydney, in liitli-Kt. Jnrcph Ward and Co., hcpms. Oct. 3J. — Alcyone barqiip, 371, On*', from IVfelbourne. Binelr »pJ Cn., nqrr.ts. Uov. 1. — Victoria, Ftratr.rr. ftnra Sydney. ni:pARTt;nivs. Oft. 50.— Cinrinnaii, ship, Fitzsimmons, for Kelson. N. Z. Cargo : 013 Cons «*o«l, /j-5 bags meat. 12 cases 1 bale nrr.prry, 23 packages irnmnoiifjery, 0 packages snip and ?'ap.illi'!, 1 l;*g wiiir. 4 drums oil, 0 oars, 3 pack apes rope, 3 priniUtor.rs, 1 ca«k tor, 12 buckets, ]0 hnpc rice. 1 case cvJdtrrv. I rne!; Mr, 54 bap« mnizc. I rase (122 Ili«.) and .1 rucij'f.WO His.) tiihacco. O....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

THE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE ? ? and. Hunter River Ncus. _» / ' . PUBLISHED EVERY / tfSPNESDAY ami SATURDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION t S. (1. Ifimid in *dv*nce ? (Per Quarter).. 0 G IfplKjedto scoourtt ? ( „ ).. 7 6 TERMS OP ADVERTISING ; four line* or under ? One Shilling. Eight lines or over four ? Two Shillings. T*dre linei or over eight ? Three Shillings Sixtetn line- or over twelve ? Four Shillings. For every additional line, two-pence. A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if in icrted according to the following scale, via. : — Four insertions ? 10 per cent. Eight ditto ? W „ '~ Thirteen ditto (one quarter) ... SO „ ? ? ? THE NEWCASTLE OHROITIfffE; AND General ^tinting ®fllce, MESSRS. M'DICKKN & BAKER, in , reluming thanks to the inhabitants of Newcastle and the neighbourhood for the very extensive support they have received during a period of over three years in con nection with their journal nuA General Print ing business, would beg to inform the public, that th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

A n'otici: of motion, having for its object the referring to a select committee the ques tion of tho advisability and best means of lighting the city with gas, has been given by Alderman Tight*, for discussion in the Muni pal Council, on Monday next. We need scarcely say that tve hail with the greatest satisfaction, a proposal which may tend to the removal of one of the greatest drawbacks un der wuich all residents at IV cwcastlc at present labour. Now, owing to the peculiarly ir regular features of the ground on which this city is built, and the very unfinished charac ter of a large portion of the streets, there is no town probably in the whole of New South Wales, which is more in want of good light ing, and there is certainly not another town which affords such facilities for its inhabitants enjoying the benefit of well-lighted thorough - fares. In many parts of the town, promenad ing after dark is not only a work of difficulty requiring great care and attention, but it is also no...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. N'W INSOLVENTS. Oct. 28.~RnseIind Litey Lodge, of CastleresRh. street, Sydney, publican. Liabiliticc-.-ffcHred, £150; unsecured, 175 10s. 3d.) total, £3iu 10«. 3d. Assets nvailable for un. fecured'ercditots, £168; total assets, J^fllS 10«. Deficit, £7 0s. 3d. Oct. 28.— George Finlity, of Southgate Creek, Clarence Jlivcr, curpentur. Liabilities -rccurcd £130; liuxpcuted, jC12R2». 9rt. ; total. £258 2s. 9i|. A»scls availahle fur un secured ereditnrsv £fi'2 I5«. GA-; total ;i»5ct«, £\M 12s. (Jd. IJrticit, £63 7s. 31. Oiit. 28.— Kdmuiid Kaysrr, of George-^trtrt, Sydney, trading uitdrr thi firm of DcUm.tn nud Kiijut, confec tioners und publicans, l.iihllttivs, £4Q0 IP*. GJ. As^eU, £Z28&i.9\\. Oeflcit, £181 10s. Oi. Oct. 29.— Albert JMtinan, of George. street, Sydney, trxdintc under the name nf Oeltmait anil K.iytrr, coiiCec. tiuiifrfl and putitiiAns. Liabilities, £417 10s. tJJ. ' Aescts, £21.1 8*. 3d. Ocd.-i'. CiOlWi. 9il. Oc~ 80.--Jn.Tit.1' (ieorge Uox, of lilac...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

KN'GLlSll KSTRACTS. Av Lvtr.vrr.tTKD Ccr.tuvve.— O«i tli« li'nh oc Jul)\ a coilpit .it Ivelvinsido, near Glasgow, wa- inundated. Several persons wi redrnwncil, but on the 2lst throe of tho colliers, ?John Johnston?. Thomas Ouirnny, and J[ichael Dily wore mscumt alivo. Thrj GU*gnw HevnUl gives tLo following account of the marvellous circumstance tinder which theso nifin escaped death:— Tho th«u- men- had not been more than three minutes in the pit wliou tho accident occurred, but they -\\-\ not discover it tor several hours. They then * proceeded do.vn the sloping side to tho edge of the water, which was however forcing its way into tho upper working, they retreated, and prtK cecding along the passage tiil they again readied, tho level part of iu eourso, and went down thu . opposite ship*. Tho witor was forcing its war up that side also —not pure water,, but a putrid . stinking floo.l, that mule them almost reejil. ? Tho poir fellows found lucni$6lre-i thiw wallel in-birtwccn tho two...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 November 1861

COLCXNIAL EXTIUCTS. r,.)WBti MuRauMrtinosE. — SuipriNo Mr.vri. — A correspondent of the thrald, writing from thii plac?, on the I3t'i Octobar, says:—'O» liu Sth initnnt, tho steamer Albtiry, ctptain Birb^r, ac2'»npi-id by three bar^ei, p w:J uo. S'.w wu charteruJi by Measr.'.lkoiVii and Cj.,of A-lel.-iiil', stil brought fifiy tons flimf, t.velve torn sugir, ten toiu ten, and nbriut forty-five ton.* of general nierchiindixc. Yesterday ? morning tha Albury, with four b irges in tow, pisjed d vv!i. The docks' of the whole four boiU wis com pletely stowod with wool, and it i.« said that tha c irga eontUte.l of I0J1 h.itea If tho Murrumbidgca at praj-.'Ut producai such i -p intity of wo ?!, wliat j will it do whou Uhn a Gjv.!rn.n:nt th-it giveigri'-xt iuiltia^iuont to grazicn to furth r improve their nim s- a» to e:ial)li! the n t- carry nvish lnrgji' q inntities of stock. Ott'ie 10th instant fie at'iinsr Binyip, Cipta'm R. Itanddll, proceeded up'.virlt, en route to Iliy. She brought a s...

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