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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Thursday, July 19TH, I860. The SPEAKER took the chair at 4 p.m. NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 20 July 1860

HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. Thursday, July 19m, I860. The SPEAKER took the chah- at 4 p.m. NOTICES of motion. Mr COHEN to-moii ow to ino ve the ippointment of a Joint Committee to take evidence in íefeiciice to a íailwaj between Launceston and Deloiame Mi MEREDITH on Wednesday to move foi leave to bring in a Bill to hunt the salaij and allowances ot any futuie Govemoi of Tasmania to the sum of ¿24000 annuallj Mi CHAPM Vii to move foi leave to bring in a Bill to enable the Hobait Town Corpoiation to taise monoy fo" the election of a Town Hall and other works Mr MILLER on Wednesdaj to move foi leave to bring m a Bill to codifj and lcform the penal laws relating to felony MR MILLER on Wednesday to move foi leave to bung m a Bill tû amend the Constitution of the Parliament of Tasmania MR MILLER on Thuisday week to move an addiess to His E\cellencj on the subject of the desuabüity of foiwaidmg a communication to the othci Govemois ot the Austiilinn Colonie» îecoii. mending an eaily mePtmg of the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW ZEALAND WAR AUTHENTIC LIST OF THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. Mercury Office, Thursday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 20 July 1860

THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. AUTHENTIC LIST OF THE'KILLED AND WOUNDED. Mercury Office, Thursday 5 p.m. The Black Swan has passed George Town, and landed the following message front our Melbourne correspondent -: Melbourne, Wednesday. Major-General Pratt inspected two strong com- panies of the 40th Regiment (about 250 men) yes- terday, preparatory to their embarkation in the City of Hobart, which sails to day at 2 p.m. The following is an authentic list of killed and wounded of the 40th regiment in the late affair at Taranaki :- KILLED. Lieut. Brooke, Sargeant O'Callaghan, Corporals D. Vatey, S. McBurney, J. Ryan. Privates—Abrey, Allen, Brokerick, Clift, Douglas, Dumpto, Fegan, Fillingham, Harris, Hayes, McCabe, Marcom, Perry, Scott, Gallagher, Downs, Byrne, Goer, Hickey, McCann, Marsden, Gill, Webber and Robinson. WOUNDED. Privates—Bryan, Channings, Lynch, Lucas, McCarthy, McGuire, (sine dead), Murphy, New- man, Plunkett, Smith, Molton, Bourke, O'Brien, Burgess, Tedder, Head, Hogan, Lourge,...

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THE MERCURY. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 20 July 1860

THE MERCURY. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1860. In the Legislative Councd yesterday the PRESI- DENT reported that he had presented the Address in answer to the Vice regal Speech, and read His EXCELLENCY'S reply. After some formal business, Captain LANGDON proposed his motion that the proceedings of the House should commence with Prayer, and that the Lord Bishop be requested to officiate, which he based upon the fact that a simular custom prevailed in the House of Commons. Mr. WEDGE seconded the motion, which was op-   posed by Mr. CARTER, Mr. BUTTON, and Mr. WES- TON. Mr. CARTER withdrew his opposition on its being explained that the motion contemplated not the practice of daily prayer, but merely a religious service on the opening of the Session. Mr. HENTY       and Mr. GELL urged the withdiawal of the resolu- tion, and Capt. LANGDON adopting that course the subject dropped. A Library Committee was appointed. On the motion of Mr. WHYT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 20 July 1860

MARIA ISLAND. FOE SALE, THE TENURE of this ISLAND, with the following STOCK. About 5,000 fine vv oolled sheep perfectly free from scab and every kind of disease ; 300 head of bush cattle, and 40 head of working bullocks, milkers, &e., 10 cart and saddle horses. Implements.-Threshing and Winnowing, Chaff and Corn Crushing Machines, Drays, Ploughs, Harrows, Boats, &c, &e. There aro about 700 acres cleared, of which 400 acres are good agricultural land. The sheep land is divided into 6 runs with numerous authoring paddocks and yards, sheep-wash, shearing shed. wool-proai», and tanks. The Island is woll watered by fivo permanent creeks, with several lagoons and water-holes. Tho dwelling-houses, barns, &p., aro good brick buildings. This property is held from tho Crown at the nominal rental of £300 per annum, under an agreement that .. it shall never bo resumed for the purpose of being re-let," aDd that " if required for public purposes the Government shal...

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THE PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

THE PARLIAMENT OF TASMANIA. Aftlb apiotipcted ieeo-,3 of ten months tho Pai hament oi I1 ismailia win oponed by Hib Excellency Su H E T Youno m poison, on Wednesday last Iho HoiiMH assembled at two o'clock when tho PiocUuuition convening honoiable members was lejd and tli030 lopiosentatives w,io had been elected since the pi 01 ogation were duly swori in In the Legislativ o CoulciI a lettoi from tho lion W Nyibv lesignmg his sent as President of the Council was al-o lead by tho Clerk Mi Naien was appointed Piesident towards tlio close of tho lust Session on tho íesi ¿nation of Mr Justice Hobnl As nciuly ouohtilloitho seats iu thoHouso vveio vacant at tho time Mi Nairv stated that ho should íesigii his appointiuont at tho opening of the pèsent Session, so that e\ciy honoiablo mern bei might hayo an opportunity of voting on tho election of so niipoi taut an olltnei, lins ho did, andthoCouiicilatoncopioccededtoie electlum At about half past two tho innig ot cannon announced tho depaitu...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

THE AVAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Ouït latest intelligence fiom New Zealand is of the most disheai tennis ehaiactoi A battlo has been fought m vhich the Bulisli tioops wete compelled to íetieat leaving twenty nino dead upon the field and thntj two wounded, of whom seveial have since died Wo aie not yet m icceipt of tho full paitieulais of this disustious engagement Oui infoiiuation is at picsent confined to the telegiaviliic despatches foi «aided fiom Sydney to Melbourne Additional aid is to bo immediately foi vi aided lioops have ah cady left Melbourne and Sydney and wo aio happy to say that Majoi Gcncial Puati, aecompamed bj Colonel Leslie, haspioccedtd to laianaki to take tho command I ht conduct of Colonel Gold has boon most sa\agely commented upon We aie told that ho was lnssed and hooted by his own men when 01 dol- ing them to íetieat motead of lead- ing thom on to the assistance of the troops which he knew weio then fatally engaged m lth tho Moones lu tho absence of full paiticulais h...

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THE SALMON EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

THE SALMON EXPERIMENT. We stated in our last Summary that the result of the experiment for the introduction of the salmon ova into the rivers of Tasmania, had satisfied the public of the practicability of the project. A sufficiency of ice and water, and reasonable care in   the arrangement of the vivarium and tanks, seem to be the only things necessary to ensure a complete success. Mr Black, the gentleman who had charge of the ova on board the S Curling, is at present in the Colony, and has inspected the   Derwent and its tributaries, which he pronounces admirably adapted for the acclimation of the salmon. So strong an impression of the importance       of establishing salmon fisheries in Tasmania exists here, and so favorable to the experiment is   the general public feeling, that we are prepared to     sanction a very liberal policy in aid of it. It forms one of the topics adver...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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PROSPECTS OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

PROSPECTS OP TRADE, Wp aro oxpoothig a. soason of considorolilo pom" morolal ami industrial activity, for willoh wo sholl be indebted to tho anticipated rush to the Snowy Rivor diggings, which aro situated in tho AlpjilQ regions to the n<u't,h of tho Rivor Murray which sepamtos Victoria from New South Wales. The diBOOvei'los of rich deposits in this district' shortly beforo the sotting in of winter prevented its, .resources being fully dovelopod, have excited tim most ardent anticipations, and tho summer season is impatiently waited for by many thousands of diggers and other advonturors, Thej,'p B.eoill« evory reason to conoludo that an extensivo and payable gold-field exists in this direotlon. Actual Escort Returns pravo that gold is obtainable in largo quantities. Tho Now South Wales Govern* mont have acknowledged thomsolveB to by i\\ possession of information which it wasimprudimt ta divulgo so long as the rigors of an Alpino winter throatonod disaster to any largo con...

Publication Title: Mercury, The
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THE NEW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

>SHm SEW MAIL ARBANQEMPNTS. It will bo satisfactory to tlio Homo Qovorninont to know that tho now postal arrmigomonts entoiod into with the P. and O. Company, mont with tho entiro aoquiosconco¿>t tho public 11 this ii I uid, Tho economy gained in two duections, viz,, money and time, moro than compensâtes for any disadvantage that may bo experienced by persons wishing to avail themselves of tho Overland Route for purposes of travol. The P. und O. Compony novor cultivated mi Australian passenger traffic. Although tho .-. mute possesses many advantages that would ro -' commend it, Um «oat Jins hitherto boou a fatal ob'ostion to it in all but very special cases.' Under the now arrangement wo aro not being deprived of an' accommodation which has hitherto been available. The' Overland Route is not being closed, fo . it has never boen oponed to ordinary travellers. A few persons of large means havo availed them- selves of it, and to this class the enhanced cost of tho passago by way ...

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THE TIMBER OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

THE TIMBER OF TASMANIA. We trust to be able in our next Summary to report the adoption of some active official steps with a   view to the introduction of the hardwoods of   Tasmania into the English market. Some difficulties stand in the way of our immediately realising the advantages that ought to accrue to us from     our possession of this invaluable article of export The first of these is that the real properties of our timber are very importantly known to the engineers   and contractors of tho Mother Country. That our Blue Gum attains an average elevation and size greater than any other tree in the world; that   planks of this wood have been cut measuring the enormous length of 160 feet by a breadth of 20inches and 6 inches in thickness-of such magnitude in   fact that it was found impracticable to find ships capacious enough to carry them to the Exhibitions of 1851 (London) and 1855 (Par...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tlie Louisa,whaling brig, which has been taking in stores at Crayfish Point, carno up yesterday to discharge her oU, of which she lias taken 22 tuns «perm, since January 1859, and to allow her crew to have a run ashore, provions to tho brig's pro- ceeding on her vo3"iige. The shipping trade during the mouth has shown increased activity, and a more than average num- ber of ¡uter-colonial arrivals and departures hove been retarded. The rebellion in New Zealand has ¡not had the slightest effect in provonting tho ship, anent of horses or sundries to tho ports of that colony, if anything a rather moro than the usual number of clearances for the Now Zealand ports having been effected. An increase in tho price of .timber in tho Melbourne markets since our last ¡Seminary has oleo given a slight impetus to tho «imíjer carrying vessels, and wo hopa shortly to receive such accounts from the Melbourne timber markets as will justify sliil further exportations of cut timbe...

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PUBLIC SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

PUBLIC SLCUitllins Rather moro than usual has boon doing in the Stock and Share market the last few weeks. A considerable number of Shares in the Hobart Town Gas Company changed hands at £19 5s ; and some Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company's shares have been disposed of at £9 and £9 5s. Shares in the Van Diemen's Land Bank fetched Ü7710s., and yesterday one Ü100 share of the Commercial Bank was sold at auction at JE155, one at .£154-, and two ¿¡50 shares at ¿E77. The half-yearly meetings of the shareholders of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land and of the Commercial Bank, were held in an early part of the month, when dividends were declared at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum. Tasmanian Stock and Suaub List, corrocted to l-'rlday 2»th July, 1860. BESCnil'TIO.V. Bat ko' Van Women's Lan J Commercial Bank . Bank of Australasia. Union Bunk of Australia ...... Insurance Companlen. Tasmania» Fir o and Lile Insurance .,. Hobarts Launceston MarineAssuruueu Derwent li I amor l'lro, Life, ,t Mar...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. HOBABT TOWN PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTEE (duty paid.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

COMMERCIAL IOTELLIOENOE. -? HOBABT TOWN PRICES CURRENT. ale and roBTEB, (duty paid.) JB. s. d. £,. s. d. Ale Boss's, per hhd. 7 O O to 7 IO O Allsopp'sdo . 8 0 0 8 0 0 Other brands do ... 6 0 0 7 0 0 Byass's, per dozen ... 0 10 0 0 10 6 Allsopp's do. 0 10 6 0 11 0 Marzetti's do . 0 10 0 0 0 0 Second class brands do 0 7 0 0 0 8 Porter Taylor's per hhd. ... 7 0 0 0 0 0 Truman's do ... 4 10 0 COO Other brands do ... 3 10 0 4 0 0 Byass's quarts, doz 0 10 6 0 IO 9 Marzetti's do ... 0 10 6 0 0 0 2nd class brands do 0 7 0 0 8 0 BISCUIT. Colonial cabin, per cwt. ... 1 4 0 to 1 6 0 Navy do . 0 l8 0 10 0 English fancy assorted, lb. 0 1 0 0 10 BUILDING MATERIALS. Bricks, Colonial, per 1000 1 10 0 to 0 0 0 Fire ... do 5 0 0 0 0 0 Slates, Duchess, do 12 10 0 14 O 0 Countess, do 10 0 0 10 10 0 Ladies, do 5 0 0 C 5 0 Cement, Roman, per barrel 12 0 15 0 Portland,do 0 l8 0 10 0 BUTTED. Cork, per lb. 0 12 0 13 American, do . 0 0 0 0 0 0 Price's No. 1 Belmonte, lb. 0 1 4to0 1 4( Foreign do. 0 10/ 0 0 ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

IMPORTS. s sa. Value of Goods imported into the Port of Hobart' Town during the mouth of June, 18M>. 23,422 0 0 Value of Goods imported into the Port of Laun* cestou during the month of June, 186J. 11,920 0 S 38,112 0 0 EXPORTS. Valu" ol' Goods exported from the Port of .Wollert Tow I dm ing the month of June, 180J. ... 39,240 0 0 Value of ü ooda exported from the Port of Lunuce» ton, during the month of J une, i860. ... 4t,H37 0 0 60,877 0 0 Excess lu Value of Export» .. .» ... 42,030 0 0 Duties Collected at Hobin t Town In Juno ... 4,035 0 C Ditto at Luuucoston ... ... ... 4,131 14 10 ' 8,700 10 4

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Office, July 20th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

COMMERCIAL RECORD. Mercury Oßee, July 20th, 1860. [ The Cultoras Keturn« for the mouth ending June 30th hit. show an excess in value of exports over imports The oxporU amounting to 181677 (Hobart rown¿\19 240 anil Launceston ¿^l.OS?) and the Iniports to ¿'39 312 | Hobart Town ¿23 422 antTL uncestun £ti *2üi, Icsvo a talinccin favor of exports of £4 \630, the buiifhco in the previous month being in favor of im por s to the amoui t of ,6*37774 Comparing the leturua for the pt tin ntli willi those for June ISA we !luj a decrease in ita ports of ?¿'.¡O, si, and an increase in exports of ¿10464, Hobin t Towu showing n decroaso in import* of «til «ti, and au increase in exports of ¿10091, and Launceston exhibiting an Inciense In iiupoi ts of£5 559, aud an liicrease in exporta of ¿M7 4 , and as compared with the retums fur June le&8 wo lind a decrease in im ÎortB of £27301, and a decrease in exports of £4 310 Hobart own showiug a decrease in lui polls of 44J9.U sud a decrease in ex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

BANK RF/rUHNS. lll,ruii\ of tho Assets aud Liabilities of the Bank of Vin DexMEM's Lain, on the 30th of June, I860 : ABSAH. t s. d. 8pecle. - - - . «,J09 4 7 Hills and dish Credit« m .- ... 315,8'JJ 4 4 llauk Premise» "-».-... 4,000 O 0 llalauce at Agencie» - ~ . 28.5J5 S 8 £ s.d. Notes in oliculatlon ... ~ -. ... 30.J16 O U Deposit» .« ... -.m 18J.288 0 7 Abstract of the Assets and Liabilities of the CoxurnciAL llauk, a» token from the Dooks, on the 30th of Juuo, I860 : AHBL18. £ s.d. British Gold and Silver .. ... - 50,101 Jil) Halauco duo from other Dauks ~. 40,407 10 4 Hllla of exchange mid Cash Credits 348,60117 9 Bank Properly . « .- ... 2,020 0 u LUSILITIEB. ... £373,194 3 3 8tati'Mi:nt of tho Assets and Liabilities of the llMov Uvnk of Austiulia in Insimula, ou tho 33th of June, 13ÜJ. AB8LT8. S Bd. Cain and Bullion ." - ". ~ 123,761 13 6 Bank rremises ». .. ». ». .» S.OjO . 0 Uebtaduetotho B,nk ... ». ~ 310,042 11) 4 Total ». m ... > £148,130 3 0 ti UIIltlES, £ . d. Notée...

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RATES OF INTEREST AND EXCHANGE OF THE HOBART TOWN BANKS. RATES OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

HA1KS Oí! INTKHEST AND i-KCHANGK OF IHK H0UAHT TOWN UANkb i (UTES OP IKTCIIRBT. I on bin» not exceeding 90 day» .. 7 por cent Do do. not excès iug 125 do. ... 8 per cent On bills exceeding 120 day» . 9 per cent I Overdrawn accounts ... . 9 aud 10 per cent Past due billa .. ... . 9 and 10 per cent On cash credit accounts . 0 per cent BAT» OF EXCKANOK. Where drawn ou London at 01 da) s sight ... J^dis. ... 1$ Lan ion at 30 days sight, ... pur ... 1 Kow South Wales at sight ... 34 dis. ... lA Vicf >riii do do. pur. ... ¡Z South Australia, do. do, ... % di». ... }| New Zealand al sight . ... 2 New Zealand at 30 days sight ... 2 dis. . Launceston nt sight ... par - par. llETOltN showing the Stock of Goods in Bonded Warehouse at Hobart To»n, on the 30th June, I860: Swans, viz :-Brandy, gallon» . 1",285 Bum, do ... . 30,217 Geneva, do . 2660!/¿ Whisky, do . l»M-K English Gin » ..." ». 4,703?! Cordials, do ... ... ... li>isA Perfumed, de .. .» ,.. ' ... Wine, gallons ... ... '. 4,177 ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS For June 1860, at Hobart Town, taken at noon, in shade. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS tor June 18C0, at Hobart Town, taken at noon, in ihade. 30.4 30.2 30.1 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 29.9 30.0 30.0 29.7 29.9 30.3 30.4 30.4 30.3 30.1 30.0 29.7 29.8 29.G 29.0 29.9 29.7 29.4 29.7 30.0 30.3 30.2 30' 30.2 Ml 30.1 61 BO 43 48 43 48 48 40 45 45 54 47 45 C1 51 CO 4G 48 C1 52 50 45 4t 44 40 48 50 45 50 52 C1 Calm Ditto Ditto Ti. N. S.W. South Ditto Ditto S.W. N.W. N. Calm N.W. Cohn N. N. N.W. Cb. Calm N.W. W. W. Calm N.W. N. N. N.W. Ditto Calm WINDS* FOBCE. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 0.2 0-5 0.2 0.2 0.7 0.2 1.7 0.5 0.0 0.2 0.0 -0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.7 1.0 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.0 Rain O.CO 0 30 0.31 0.0*2 li'ia. Cloudy Ditto Ditto Fine Ditto Kain Ditto Cloudy Ditto Fine Ditto Cloudy Fine Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Cldy, Damp Ditto Fine Rain Cloudy Changeable) Ditto Cloudy Fine Fine

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Smrs.-Pinella.'' Babqueb.-Cantero, Pet, (laid up), Isabella, Catherine, Southern Cross, Harriett .Nathan, Sapphire. Binas-Emma Prescott, Union, (laid up), Jane, (laid up), Louisa. Schooners. Picard, Mary Ann, (laid up.) Steamebs.-Cobre, «Cullodon.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mercury — 21 July 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ""PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARltrVED. July'20-Louisa, brig, 141 tons, Copping, from whaling, with Bporm oil. Agent, Austin. y ENTERED OUT. /" July 20-Harriet Nathan, barque, 114 tonB, Lloyd,* for Melbourne. IMPOSTS. Iiouisa, from whaling, 22 tuns spero' oil.-Austin Abbivals and Departubes at the Poet of Hobart TowN.fromtho 13th Juno to tho 20th July, 1860, both inclusive. AIIRIVED. June 14-Weo Tottio, brig, from Adelaide ; Tas- mania, steamer, from Sydney, via Twofold Bay, -15-Pilot, schooner, from Lyttleton, Wei-, lington, and Nelson, Now Zealand ; North Star, brig, from Melbourne ; Free Trader, barque, from Port Albert ; Eclipse, schooner, from Port Albert. -10-Helen S.Page,barque,from PortAlbert ; Macquarie, schooner, from Port Albert. -22-City of Hobart, steamer, from Mel- bourne. -24-Tyne, schooner, from Melbourne. -- 25-Flying Fish, schooner, from Geelong. -- 27-Cosmopolite, brig, from Otago,' New ¡Zealand. -29-Reliance, brig, from Melbourne. -30-Isabella, ba...

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