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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GO^D ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, .was 44 ozs. 13 dwts. 0 grs., which, valued at £3 Ila per oz., amounts to. £158 10 2 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz. £1,462,829 16 6 gives a present total of_£1,462,998 6 8 ODDFELLOW'S DINNER.-On Tuesday last the Hindmarsh Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows held their annual dinner at the Land of Promise, on the Pôrt Road. C. S. Hare, Esq., M.L.C., filled the chair, and P. Prov. G.M. Dyke, the vice-chair. About 50 gentlemen sat down to an excellent dinner provided by the host. The dinner was sup- posed to have been dished up at 4 o'clock, but with the usual want of punctuality on the part of the gentlemen invited, it was not announced until half-past 5 o'clock. A number of loyal patriotic, and other toasts were given and duly responded to, songs and recitations intervened, and at 10 o'clock the company separated in good temper with each other and the host. ATTEMPT AT HOU...

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THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI- CULTURAL SHOW'. I This Show was again exhibited yesterday for the fourth time in five years. The tyrant I Midas so possessed the hearts of A ustralians in 1852, that Ceres and Flora, found no worship- pers. One year's experience, however, has con- vinced thousands that gold only is a dull com- panion, and that the field'and the garden form bright variations to the diggings. The day was auspicious, an unclouded shy threw its azure vault over the sunny produce of the earth, while the happy faces of lovely woman spoke a heart-felr welcome to the re^ turned brother, husband, or some-one-else, amid the rich samples of South Australia's abundance. All seemed resolved to be pleased and consequently succeeded, while the only difficulty experienced was to withdraw attention from the assemblage to the gathering. Where many objects deserve praise it is difficult to award due mead to each. The samples of wheat and barley were ex- cellent, both clean and heavy. The fi...

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The Morning Chranirle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Friday, February 18, 1853. THE PAUPER IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

Ctie Bunting êljramrk. ** This is trae liberty, when free-born tnen, Having to advise the public, .may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide t Friday, February 15,-1853: ' - THE PAUPER IMMIGRANTS. Hr§ Excellency's attention bas been called to this subject by a memorial from 'Captain Bagot and others who seem in sonie-oaeasare to' have prejudiced tbe case; fishing a re- port upon it, but-at the eame time praying that immediate steps may be taken to pre- vent any tuore being sent out. Tmey en- large upon the fact that come of this batch had so misconducted themselves that the Captain was compelled to give them in charge. From the report of thai case lt would appear that they refused to wash' the decks (it . does not say whether such was their duty) and in consequence of this, re- fusal quarrelled with t-hè Captain, and one of them threatened to burn the ßhin, for which he was put in gaol not being able to find securities for his good behaviour. However, the petition has been the oc- casio...

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AGRICULTURAL & DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

AGRICULTURAL & DAJRÏ PRODUCE. JUDGES FOBXÎBATN, fcc-^Messrs Wtn. Giles, T. Magarey. W. Duffield,and DV Fisher: Dairy Frod«ee-J. VïHFaraesr^bbfi ^oma^Halid Thomas Waterhouse I/""' . £ s. d. iVheat-Fot the best nuwbnshel*,_ A 4 0 For tLe second hest ditto...... SSO . Fira^priso-John Erame. ?- - ? Second ^tiiÓT^Fráóébj.Dñffieia. - . Barley, English-For "the 'best '¡moe bnshels ........, A 4" O For thiséicpnd best.dijtó ..... 2 'S: O First prize-John Framed -1 Second-ditto-Node, -Oats-For the bestaino bushels.;. -2'2 O For tho second best ditto Ù. i 10 First prize-None. .Secondditto-Note, . - FctóíoM-ïor the-best cwt\_........ JJ £ O ' . Fwibe second beat ditto .»..- .! 4 0 First prise- WiUum "Russell. ; , Second diuo-j. ?Cobbledick. ", . öntom--Fortbebestcwt IIP - - $W the keoondijestditto ..... O io 6 First priSe -Wm. Busiell. Second áítte-C^Darenport. Peas, dried-For the best thre**boiheIs i l O James JShjy, (na ftcjipetitur.) ----- 'Butter-$aribe best keg. of salted, of not ...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

The Act to An^atíw^wsW^e^^tpu lp Sooth Australia ÄBT!!?W received her löjeiiji «si^fc;the following Tariff came tn f«rce on 'the S6th of -December.1852. ARTICLES; Bocón and hams ................ Bags and sacks, cora - . .. j " -Ore, gunny, and returned .... j "Bales for wool._.. ! Beef and pork Beer, perter, ale, eider, and perry Blacking, liquid. " pasté...... Boobs and shoes, viz.-Boots, doz pairs Half ditto . Shoes...... Childrens'. Bread and biscuit. Bottles, glass and stone ". Bricks-Fire and hath. " other kinds_. Butter .... Candles - Tallow ................ " Waa, sperm, &«......... Canvas. Cart s and drays . Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty. Cement. Cheese.- . - -..... Coffee. Confectionery ........ ......... Copper-sheating and nail* Cordage sod rope-Europe. Manila. Coir and Jute ............ . Unenumerated . Cord, small, and twine. Corks.....i. Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat...... Barley ......... Oats .. Maize and millet ............ Peas, beans, pidse....

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Wednesday, February 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

Wcdnèsdày, ^Bpuàryï^ih..... John Harris: alias Peg Leg Forster,. wai ïno^cled5 Torstealing.'£'115 în notes'froui ihe.personof Williaai Hallj j uo r. on the tb ifß^eniber last. - < " " ' ¡ J Prisonerpleaded not.gVlliy.^ - ; J Elizabeth Hat!, wife .of the prosecutor, stated that between 10 and i l o'clock on the night of thé 29<h November, her husband was asleep in the kitchen, with his liands and head on the table. The prisoner walked from the taproom through the kitchen, and went ont at the back-door, which was opened for him by a lodger named Harris, fie re- entered, tho kitchen, and -sat down on a sofa> He ; soon af'.er .got up. aid went towards her husband, and said^ " BilL wake up.'' He returned to.the: sota, and afterwards again went up to her husband " Witness, who had, a'.l this time been watching the' prisoner, then went into the kitchen, and saw bini with his left hand in her husband'B.pocket, And bis right hand across bis shoulders. She seized his ...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SSESIONS. Tuesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

SUPREME COURT. .. CKI1ÜSAL SSESIüKS. Tuesday, February 15. j George Williams pleaded guilty to two, indict I ments charging him with stealing a dressing-case } eontaiping jewellery, of the value of £30, and other j articles, from the dwelling-bouse of George Strick , laud Kingston, Esq., M.LÍG.,*on the 1st January, ' and apair of Candlesticks, the property of-George Mayo» on the 31st December. : He said be was almost out of his mind afc the time he com ranted tne robbei ies. His wife had left him, and in his distress he bad taken io drinking, i His Honor said he was willing to presume that bis. previous character was good, ' For ibe larceny at 'Mr Mayo's be sentenced him to three months' im- prisonment, and For the robbery at Mr Kingston's to nine months' i:uprisouincni, and to be kept to hard labour during the who-e period, Ernst Eisner, a German Jew, aged 50, was   charged with stealing in the dwelling-house of Ernst Eisner (his owu house) sixteen promissory notes of ...

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SHIP MAILS. Thuesday, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

SHIP MAILS. Tuesday, Fefanarr S3. I Hails -will be dispatched aj ander- I For Great Britain, by tte A. B. M. 5. Melbourne to Loados, daily expected; by ibo Macedon, to Calcutta and Overhuid, this day, at half-past 12 -, by the Marchioness, to Calcutta and Overland, this day, at 1 ! i and by the Geelong, to London, on the 26tu instant, at half-paatr 9. For East Indies and China, hy the Marchioness and Macedon, as above. For Sydney and New Zealand, by the Padeel, to Sydney, this day, at 1 *. For Victoria, hythe Titnbe, this day, at half-past .9; and hy the Queen of Sheba, thu day, at lt. For Western Australia, by «he A. B- M. Shel- bourne, as above. For Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope, by the A. B. M. S. Melbourne, as above.

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The Morning Chranicle. " This is trna liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." Adelaide: Tuesday February 22, 1853. GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

" This is trna liberty, when free-born men. ? Having to advise the public, maj sjiea&free.*' Adelaide .. Tuesday February 22, 1863. GOLD. THE price of Gold et Melbourne has risen to £3 16s per ounce, and the rate of Exchange on London \ to-.par. These alterations mußt, have been ¡caused sby the immense importation^ as^î^èll of- goods ea of coin, one of the Banfem haying on band the immense 6amrjf-¿á,O0^,O00.* As a matter of course, tho Banks here must pursue the same policy, and they have already raised the prie* of ¡Drafts on London to par, and we believe will pur- chase gold at £3 16s immediately. For the gold that is at- present in the Assay Office, the Banks allow the depositors at the same rate as they purchase crude gold, so that this rise in the price of gold will he for the advantage of the depositors, and the delay at which they have been grum- bling will have the effect of giving them two or three shillings an ounce more than if the gold bad «orne through the Offic...

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A HARD MASTER AND SOFT PROSECUTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

A HARD MASTER ANÏ) SOFT » PROSECUTOR. I ON Saturday morning, last this very im I portant case ott the one side of the question and miserably unimportant one on the. other, came before the notice of Iiis Honor. On referring to the calendar ive find the i following : ; Maria Mumford, Aged Fifty-eight* Stealing j j one basket and one piece of bacon, value ls 6d.( j j the property of her master, Robert Bright | Lucas, on the 15th January, 1853, at Glenelg, j In gaol. The Orown authorities called the pro secutor, Robert Bright Lucas, of Hindley street, linendraper, but that gentleman did not make bis appearance and His Honor immediately ordered that bis recognizance should be estreated. From information we have received we understand that Mr Lucas lift this province on the 4th instant, in the steam-sbip Cleopatra, for Melbourne, for the ostensible purpose of buying slops to retail in thia market. That is the reason given to the world for his leaving the province just at this particular t...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

VICTuRIA. Oar dates are to the 11th instant» Gold, £3 16s per ounce. CAPT. CADELL AND THE " CLEOPATBA.''-= We are very glad to learn that the well known and highly esteemed master of the Queen of Sheba, has taken the command of the above steamer. If the Cleopatra be continued in the Adelaide trade Captain Cadell's name will alone secure plenty of passengers- We only hope his new duties may not make him neglect- ful of the Murray navigation scheme which he Ijas hitherto prosecuted with so much vigour» THE GKELONO NBGGETS -«-The exhibition ¡ of these superb specimens of the wealth of the Western districts was well attended yesterday. It is the intention of the lucky discoverers to devote the .proceed* of one day's display to the funds ot the Hospital and Benevolent Asylum. BALLARAT -In speaking of the quantity of gold brought down per last Escort, the Geelong Advertiser remarks-"To this must be added the t o Geelong nuggets weighing 2,352 ozs., from Canadian Gully, Ballarat, brought d...

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LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. Melbourne, 10th Feb., 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

and accurate statement /¿^vjDter^pSn^fenfc position, social, physical, andj^ltt^^ tlut mine Iron which you can dig valuable and genuine materiaUv F ' I havè noticed within the last «eek that there is A decided imptavement in reference to- oar triminat áfeira. The 't3onVict Pre- vention Act, and_ihe^xtended power given to our .magistrates ku regard to idle ; and disorderly<&a^ men for threeyears.to the roads^Ri little more than iaere suspicion. ¥ A-good many villains apprehended . by ^jsnr Detective police with stones in theil handkerchiefs, loaded pistols or revolvers, pr swith life pre- servers, whether standing in istreet or lurking. behind a fenee, haye keen dealt with in'this summary way* abd\ this ooaree seems ito have sent terror into their souls. Rascaldom is in consleroation, and many of its most redoubtable chiefs have fled to the gold fields. _ r - - . - ; ' You b^ve no conception x»fthe effect pro- duced by the discovery of the three im- mense nuggets a...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. QUOT ilTB FXOUB Wbe*t,6s6dto6s1Bd - Floor. £19 to £1910« ; * Barlej, English,6s:9d » 7s perbnabei ??.* ; Cápe,-5» to 5s 3d per bnsbd $ ; 4¥^6sto7«perbatliel. . Bran, la^d ' . ' - : ' Corm «tr^^ toO. H.To««id fl»

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. February 18-The brigantine Timbo, 123 tons, Wilson, from Melbourne 6lh instant. Passengers Mr and Mrs Gill, Mr sod Mrs M'Callnm, Mr and Mrs Somerville, Messrs Robert. M'Jones. Miss M* Arthur, in the cabin ; and 26 in the steerage. Same day-1 he brig Persévérance, Marshall, from Sydney 1st February. Passenger-Mr Cal- laghan, in the cabin. " February ¡9-The brig Charles Carter, 209 i tons, Hocking, from Sydney, 3rd instant. Pas-j s en gera-Mrs Hocking and son, and Mrs Callaghan, in the cabin ; Messrs Howe, Sincoek and son. Pack-1 ridge, wife and two daughters, in' the steerage. Same ' day-The schooner Amiens, 156 tons, Tapp, from Melbourne 12th instant. Passengers [^'¿ssraCheeseman, Matthews 2, Kilpatrick, Grieves 2, Mc2í*ffltan 2, lîartier, Bishofi; VV ieland, Bourel), Joyce, Handover, Wood 2, Eyre, Kraaer, Meohie, Domering, garlar, in the cabin ; and 20 in the steerage. ffl fiÁJBBl) OCT. Feb. 17-The cutter Briese, 18 ton«, Thomas Cheeseman, for Yorke'...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRNT. Friday, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

Other do, hhd '! litis' j&iai-iei, 6 ? ;:.fidt4;pljfe " ^?.y*toA**.f:^,r.¿v>.« SS) Oj ÄVC«*-! «ÎÏ0 ?TOBACCO -fo'^ond« cig#f*, -' ' 3fcfeBad,&araií^£b. i¿;ifloiÍF ^arr^sef;^ n ?:: r: : v^>l>aalpya,& Oi<0:as^íaiír^O .ii.V^V¥ÍrtUk*s?-*». <Qä:.«;<^ :,3Ä;CO ^r?^TTf<*««^.; U-/t -.,¿> !,JM¿¿ ' SmíÍ^ -f T -ft; ,11 0H 43rí6 Porkyfcar^iSU^U. ^oí^ó-- «^O^b .««i»'-J.¿v.j.vr^"^ '-ar w3at» i«*w.«4-.Âçsi;.<î--. i) láí tr- illara, ib;ii.i.J.í....^iW-»....^ ^r-? , PotatoeB<>tp*..i.^..i « sé : Fiotrr, toa r30 ,0' «/. iJaj, tea. -.--, ,47, 0 4; >, &enji^,^,*aïf-%awei: .1 40 O Oaün«^;Scotch,Jb...,. O O ^eari.tóie/,«írt.'^-.,^ ! iV'ijs";,o:: , l^a*, split, cwt.. 1. 4) 46 " O" ' ;%lte*fi¡aÓ Hi; O O ir' jp ^ TB PreBer#ek^lafda¿reU:i ©! V 1" « Vs&e^Çotftijtàràjto " - " * * . ' - H - "mala/gallon- .íU-*^ -1' 6" .0 .' fi Ditto;i'î<eBch'5wàiie^Kae,r , i - '-T>. .. g»Upo#.;"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. STAKÉMANÑ and LOCKWOOD, in , acquainting their friends ard the public of their removal to the premises known as Mr Nathan'« Store, adjoining Doran's Family Hotel, Currie street, beg to invite attention to their choice «tock of .Brandy, Martell's U. V Ditto Çale ditto ditto Rum, Jamaica Old Tom, Browning's Whiskv, Campbelltown Brandy, Pale, U. V., bottled - Geneva, Rotterdam, in red cases »i»« Port,P.I.S1.0Tj } xii wood «od Ä j * Champagne, Frontignac Claret, Chateau Margaux . Sauter . Hock, Mosella, &t ; London bottled'Porter and Ale Sutton Aie-Allsop's, in bottles . Bass's, No. 3, in hhds &c &c. eec. None but genuine and good articles : ' Terms-Cash on delivery. Carrie street, Nov. 27th, 1652 FOR SALS. TO AMATEURS. OF CURIOSITIES. Es Box of Seychelles and Mauritius SHELLS. Apply te Mr Tames Avice, at the Exeter iBóteL' . ir^A|^$'thu/bpportan1ly..o'f informing hts ! JL' * "numerous Menus'and the public genW iralíy. thlt Whas'jieketi ftai we...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. [?] February 21, 1852 Burras—£[?] cash. GOLD MARKET. Gold, £3 15s, buyers. Sales at £3 15s 6d, cash MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

>f -' ÄM^'SHÄBxf iffier" "?? v ... ~i% 4&*H Co«>líN A DE , ' " ' ' . ». ïtebnàrj^l; 1B5S, Bona«-£131 «ash. -, V -¡-'- - "'? ?;. ? -,. ?:. ." iî-ï'^ ' .. ?*? -am» uxxgxx. ~- -.¿i Gold, £315s, hovers. Sales at £3 15s 6d, cash. MONET «ABKET. atonej- IO per pent, on freeholds, i Ditto,.12i per cent, on other securities, j I fâ^ble freebplds, JJeHUj^gj^tp "IO per een^|n-j terest,-will meet \áOítesiv-fí^~~ AppIVto . s J F. ROSS, L , . ..... ...... :.. . ^.JBrotee. J

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS.   INCONSISTENCE OF THE JUDGE.—On Friday last a man named William Kendall was in- dicted before His Honor the Judge for stealing a sheep valued 4s., the property of John Baker, Esq., M.L.C., of Morialta. This man stood his trial and was acquitted by twelve Jurymen. His Honor in discharging him said, "I hope this will be warning to you" What would be a warning to him we would ask? Did he mean to say that through the evidence brought forward he had a very narrow escape of being found guilty? Or that for the future it should be a warning to him not to steal sheep? What- ever His Honor intended by such a speech we consider it quite out of place for a Judge to take upon himself t make an observation of the kind when a man had taken his trial and honorably acquitted by a jury. The observtion is the more uncalled for from this circumstance —On the same day two men were charged with stealing money from the person and were both acquitted, when one of the prisoners ...

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THE CAPTURE OF DALTON. AND KELLY, THE VAN DIEMEN"S LAND BUSHRANGERS AND MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

i THE rXPTOm* <&Mik%i®m .''.AW* BUSHRANGERS AND MIJRDEBEKS > j These, men, who have so ip^'i^^^ . police authorities in Yan piernón** Jjoaà, ¡ haye at lastbeen ^cnT^M?^jol^r¡^^ F fernier iras unwittinglj Íe3¿ JJ&ii*. traoi$nary nja^^ . pf á Mell^nrne prísonj")^a^^:âhii^ver^i 1 where he «as, , and iras thus easily J^curejL, Oar. readers,, of «eursey are aware that Dal- ton and Kelly ¿av« committed, In Yan . Diemen'? Land, some pf thp~fnioB|; daring <mtásíges. cirer'.re<»?f3e^rfi*i;' ïhe annale-, of" crime* bejsides bein|j-tW «¿able named Bacliriiaster,- , The. of iMtoifs capture are p orel, f ¿o¿t' w will give them somewhat in .detail. . recorded, in ^ men, : together with f&e fomr^^ tÀeXpjçé^iijÉo ;t|«i»r ;^B|^i^fß^«'-ii»^ by the police at ÍDi^daDl^^^^^^j }ast, when Ae^ç^^attçr ;?' wej^W&e». ioJer cigitoJyi-Jt^^^ and^Keiiy hjC^^^^ed to town. "Whither rhfoj^aj^ - ,- Be : ^4?5uweven an'J=fe^re o'clock: on Friday Í n^|...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

LAND AT THÜR NORTH ARM, - *j , The Seat Harbour fíroct/ie*. i soLoj^oírít co. J 9sg to announce that they bave been in-j .trncted to sell by auction, at- the City Mart,* cn'Friday, February 25th, at 12 o'clock ANUMBER of very choice ALLOT- MENTS, situated at without the slightest reserve. To say that the North Arm will eventually take the lead as - . -TSE HARBOUR OF SOUTH *AUS .. .... THALIA. ~ "i ia saying that only which all »ill readily admit ?who are not blinded by prejudice or deeply interested tn other quarters; it is tba spot, pointed ont by nature as the ona tor THE PORT, «nd ss such will. doubtless- become of -con- siderable value. Plans may be sein at the Mart. FOR MELBOURNE. A."-, . riIHE fine brigantine «Bfcç-TIMBO, agM^^C^V J. A Wilson, master, touch 4agBHBP» * »»g at Portland Bay^and Port ' ... . f Fiáú^,*hoatd sufficient induce- ment Ofter, w&T«aífwtíh the utmost dispatch. For freight p^paisage, appîyito the Captain cn board i orto- vu'^<" ->-: ....

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