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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

\ Grand Lottery ' ? \ TEMPERANCE UA.hh, PLATTSBUaG, -.l \ ' . . °N ? ? ?& \ Basteo Monday, Apbil IS,. 18C8. : :,, A\$ R AN D^L O T T E R Y ?'.. Viu take placo as above, on which' occasion' there wilWie ALL PHIZES anANO BLANKS. ' - \ TICKETS, 'isTaldte. eacb/^r ' may be ob\ined on application\iit Mr. DONALD M'RAVS; %. EDWAilb M'DoVaLD'S. or at the ^offioe of th» p\per.' ,V.- - the FoiiLfwrirp lots wint be drawn V f FOB : y Oue Quarter-ate ALLOTMENT inVlattsbur?, situ ?-T' — — -— w «v»»v- w* *jfiun evitva i/Qiw ?wtoukV. U61UU -o. 4, of Section A upon which is erucsVd asiibitantial Store aad House okibur. Roomy and Kifchon.. tocethor with a good tank olwatcX U x 14 J^eiX ? ? One;Qimrter.acre\iL-^yEJ-TT4itlated at Oie rear of tho ubovo, htMH^fo. J^Tof Sectifc A, at the corner of TyrxidUt^o&'and facing the%Bver»mont 5?K«?» 'PW wlii6Mys-rected aflOUSFof t\YO BQQMS and KijAg/Vfogcther with lari{e\Tank of water, capable o&noUJ-» a twelvemonth's supply. . Tho whole^th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

MARRIAGE.         SCHNEIDER — SCHMIDT. — On the 21st inst., at Newcastle, by the Rev. William Bain, EMEL FERDINAND SCHNEIDER, Pit Town, formerly of Holstein, to CHRISTINA MARIA daughter of Mr. JOHN SEBASTIAN SCHMIDT, of West   Maitland, formerly of Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany.

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Bexbfit op thb Hosprr-At..— The amount handed over to the Newcastle Hospital, by the proprietor of the Japanese Troupe, on the result of the open-air entertain ment on Tuesday last, was £5 2s, Cd. Naiihow Ehoapc— Early yesterday morning, as s sea mnn named John Perrigrin, belonging' to the barque Ann and.Jane, waa engaged working on the mixen top of the vessel, the croastraes gave way under him, and .ie was preci pitatod on to the deck below, 11 height of more than forty feot. The man wns at ono.o picked up for dead, but on ex animation it wus found that beyond having received some sorere cuts and bruises on different nnrtn of his hn-lr . h. wa» not seriously injured. He was taken to the hospital, where he wus soon afterwanUrVttended by Dr. Schraeder. ? Sebious Accident. -rAn accident of a very serious nature hnppoued yesterday morning to u man of tho nume of Thomas Ryan, a carter, in the employ of Mr. M'Conucll. It appeals that Ryan was driving 11 team of three hursen,...

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POET'S CORNER ORIGINAL POETRY [?][?] BLESS OUR SAILOR PRINCE AN AUSTRALIAN TRI[?]TK [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

HPO-ET'SvC-pffNER; I IJfj /;, (QBIom-AL POETRY. pjf|!-D BLESS OUE B'aWb PEINCE1 If ftli .?BTF.a.Wnaoir. '] ! 'I fed hath come over the light of our land, . jlil loom hath o'enhadoired Its ?plendour;, i Z JS Hike the low wailing of waves on the sand, ; U Ml whimpered toDe^-mournful and tender; fa Wan. hearti are filled with affectionate fears, y?#Ww-*ri«*« with hope* of youth's happiest years— 'if bear 0° their lmshes the traces of tears, ' ' - { ill Bespeaking the grief of Australia ! i f fcnyen of the aged-^the ikouts of the young— \l v+mmmi w**1aA wit)) Antrim? /Invnfci/m ; MMdurheirts famished words that oar lips gladly song, ' 'Si welcome thee !- Prince of the Ocean 1 ?? _ r ilmmtrm they looked on thee, thought of their Queto, i Jfiemory traversed the distance between, Ilspoke of the Plut-of the years that had been, ,|j Ere their lira had been linktt to Australia! llee Alfred 1— whose love for the sons of bar land [lath won a young nation's affection ! Km undoabtinc trust, and w...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SatuudaY, 21st ' MARCH, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

POLICE INTELLI8EHCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. ? ' Saturday, 21st March, 1868. Before H. Scott. Esq, P.M. Drunkenness. ? Christopher Ocnrgo was tilled 20a. or seven days im prisonment tor this offence. ? . Stcalinr/ Fruit. James Watson, junior, a drover, appeared on summons to answer the charge of stealing a quantity of quinces, the property of John Hannell, of Hexham, on the 9th instant. He was found guilty, and sentenced to seven days imprison- ment. Monday, Makch 2:5. Before H. Sc-itt, K-s-i., P.M. Dnnikciuu',1.1. John M'Looii was finad 20a. or aevendays imprisonment ; Samuel Jones, Sa. or twenty-four hours imprisonment; Frederick Clifton, Ga. or twenty-four hours imprisuiimeut ; ' Willinm Dwyer, 10a. or four days imprisonment ; and liobci t Miller, D.s. U*ing Ohsctne Language. Peter Smith, labourer, and James Dunn, wfrro each fined 10«. or three days, imprisunniimt for this olfencu. Tl'ESDAY, MAKCJI 24. Before J. Htmnell, riiq., J.I'., und U. V. Stokes, Esq., J.P Desertion From Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

_JT from the Chittawuy ltoad, near Tugeerah Bench | Luk\ to Hie south boundary' of' 'P. Walker's (now Don ald Skmm'l's) 028 acres, confirmed according to tho Plan a\d Book of Reference to be seen at tho Office of the SurWyor-General, at S dnoy, and at_ the Police, office, Gcvbrd. All claims to companmtion in respect of thesauMinemuBtho served upni^the Colonial Secre tary withinlony days from.tliu ,17th March, 1868. See Government Gazette of thr same date. 7M A R\l £ H K O A 1). from the Duogog and Chichestpr River Road to thu west boundary ofVohu Campbell's 40 acres condi tional purchase, above 'VTho Underbank Estate,' run ning through the lands suSoosed to be the property of A. Windcyor, T. Iriyin, J. UWin, T. Currt-n, D. M'Len nu.n, S. P. Mann, A'. M'LenndH. A. M'Dougal, J. Jeu huret, T. M'lVilliaras, W. Edwlsda, and J. Campbell, the Williams Kiver Village KeserreViiid through Crown lands. Plan and Book of Reference, Stojviujrtiio inten ded linn of the road abovenumed, are nsav de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

Hoixowat'b Oimtment and Pills. — Bad Legs. — When from injury, feeble circulation, foul blood, or. neglected chill, inflammation succeeded by ulccratiou, has attacked the lower lijnbs, the nufferer may turn for a cure, without fear of disappointment, to ? Hollowny's celebrated Ointment, whose fnniu for such disorders hp resounded throughout the habitable globe, and testimonials in all languages have been received univeiaally praising thii celebrated Ointment. In all casei Holloway'a Filli should be taken whilst hia unguent is uied; both together are most effective, and accomplish the cure painlessly and readily. Under their joint curative influence the worst wounds or ulcers uuunie u more healthy character, and shortly begin to fill tip or j oontract till sound skin is happily renewed, '

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

silES/ 'HE^Tlljij^SlID ANTUSEMENTS. : , THIS DAY. - . Sale of tho wreck of the Helen S. Page, together with Hie sp,UH, sails, unchors, cabin furniture, &B., &c, by Mr. W. K. Lochliead,'on the Steamei-s' Wharf, at 11 o'clook. ; Meeting at tlio' Sliiplnn, at half-past upven, for those intereateil in the Newcastle 'Knees;' ? ? ?' '' -THUl(sDAY. ??».?? Meeting of members ot..±heJ' Naval Brigade Provident Sobiety, at»ths Harbour-Miwter's office, at half-past seven. Monthly meeting of Northumberland Building Society, at Dawson's Assembly Rooms, Waratah, at half -past seven. FRIDAY. Sale of freehold property, situate at the corner of Now oomenund Tyrrell streetsjuiilso*,' freehold property, Blmie Btree^Honey suckle Poinffby Mr. 'W\ K. Lochhead, at the Great Northern Hotel, atii. o'clook. ,, ? . - Meeting of tho . epmmjttei^ of. Friendly Societies, at the Ship Inn, at half -past seven!' ' ' ' '?'' ??'/., ; ? Borough CouncUbommittee of the'Whole.'at'fpujM^olock P-n-' . .........

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THE CONROY GAP MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

..THE CONIIOY GAP JUUUDERS.' i The Yass Courier, of 'Wednesday, mentions that Collins, or Muhday, is still an inmate of the Yass gaol, but it is expected that he will bo re- . moved ,to Goulburn in a few duys. Dr. Campb«ll : ywiteel the 'gaol on Saturday last for the purpose of endeavouring to ascertain the mental state of the prisoner, and we understand that the jmpres sion on the doctor's mind is, that Mtinduy is noil compos inentUr The filthy Btiite in which his head and beam were at tne time ot ins arrest nas oei*n partially changed by a copious application of soap and water, and the use of a comb and brush. The gaol regulations do not permit the compul sory shaving and cropping of prisoners for trial, otherwise it would hnve been easy enough to get rid of the vermin. Alter washing hia feet from the dust of the roads, for it must he remembered that he had no boots on when taken, there were unmistakable, stains of blood — the blood of his victims— on his heels, and which it has b...

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RECOVERY OF PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

RECOVERY OF PRINCE ALFRED. From the Htrahl, March 27. ' / His Royal Highness, we are happy to say, con tinues to improve ' in health1 daily/ -Yesterday hefelt .quite strong and well again. Early in the day he went on board the Galatea,jand about midday his Excellency the Governor paid him an official visit His Excellency was received with manned yards, and every mark of respect due to the representative of the .Queen. His Royiil Highness entertained a distinguished . party of Indies aud gentlemen at luncheon on bourrt his ship, including his Excellency the Governor and the Countess of Bel more, the Commodore uno Mrs. Lambert, Miss Gladstone, and. the gentle men attached to the suite of hia'Royal High ness and that of the Governor. His Excellency left the ship shortly after three o'clock, the usual salute being fired as he was pulled towards the shore. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edin burgh returned to Government House shortly afterwards. The health of his Boyal Highness is so sat...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

, . . , ,', ', TO COHRE8PONDENT8. ' Albert, — Tour letter is too long for. insertion^. If you will reducp it to about the same length as Mr. Shavv'a we shall be happy to publish.it in Saturday's issue. Personali ties, however, must bp excluded, as we are determined not. to allow this journal to bo the vehiale for irritating attacks* of. this character. Such attacks oiiqnot possibly do uny good, . while they often do a great amount of harm. ' ?' ' . i J - WEDNESDAY, APRIL; 1st, 1868. v7 -; J '

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AN ACT FOR THE BETTER SECURITY OF . THE CROWN AND GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOR THE BETTER SUPPRESSION AND PUNISHMENT OF SEDITIOUS. PRACTICES AND . ATTEMPTS. Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

Iffi AN ACT?1 FOR THE BETTER SECURITY OP it THE CROWN AND GOVERNMENT OF W ?' THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOR THE Ml BETTER SUPPRESSION AND PUNISH m MENT OF SEDITIOUS- PRACTICES. AND f ...... . ATTEMPTS. '-?? . ? if ? 'Preamble. aj Whereas an Act was passed by tho Parliament jLof the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire jirlarid in the eleventh year of th'e reign of her $.? Mttjestjwititttled ' An Act for the better security Iff of t jie . mwn and Government of the 'United 1 Kingdo^;'^nd -whereas it ia expedient to enact. tt' in this cdlaify certain of the' clauses contained in ji the said Act and to make ? additional provision jf: for the' -suppression and punishment of seditious I . practices and attempts : Be it\therefore enacted n by the Queen'B Most Excellent Majesty by and ijfll -with the advice and consent or the Legislative , J Council and Legislative Assembly of New South if Wales in Parliament assembled and by the ®, f| ./Provisions of 36, Qeo. 3, c. 7, and 57? Geo. 3, c. 6' ...

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FENIANISM [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

...... ....;. ;. tfENIANISM. ' ? 1, The Treason-Felony Act, wliioli is now. law, is not' likely to fall through' for' want of - supporters. However stiipgetit , it» provisions are, however inuch it may seeiri tp^ihterfere with the ', liberties of 'the subject,' it ia still, under all the circura stonce3,that have accompanied and urged forward its passing, a popular measure. The people .of the colony having acknowledged with one voict' how: deeply they feel the shame cast upon tlieiv countrv bv the mere fact of the ontrap-fl titxiri our prince takiug plriceon our shores, have now to . supplement, that .'feeling : with something more en durable. -A settled . determination to destroy evei-y seed of sedition in the colony before it haa time to take any deep root in our soil, and (io sub .rnifc patiently to' any inconvenience1 rathet than : foster ' suoh an accursed growth, must now be entered into. And the colonists must not be con tented with a passive share alone in the proceed ings ;...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

1 gPARUAMENTARYv I 1 ^LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.' ||J -'?..'? Thubsd.iv, JIarch 26. ... 19 fter our- issue of Thursday had gone, to press, I II 'members on the Opposition side of the House j ]|inuedtu talk against time. — At six o'clock j If Pdrkes rpse and |-ointed out the utter ihuti-. I lj 'for any 'good purpose of the conduct pursued - I || lie Opposition. — The discusnion was continued 3f#&Qme time longer., -when at lant the GoYern ftjSjit consented to an adjournment. — The House' »h# nrned, and progress wa« reported, and the j II iise adjonrned. — The Assembly met again in 5jjg J afternoon. ~' ... ' Urn Committee of Supply. — After some uuiraport WA i' introductory business, the House went into fpi' paniitteo of Supply. — Mr. 'S. C. Brown said llw should no longer oppose the passing of tho jfijPj bunatey, as he understood that the Colonial /if Kjteretary had, this morning, given the informa H{|Ki-l)e had asked for. — Mr. Parkes expressed bis FifS ftlingness at nriy time to ...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

NE\VCASTLE''BpROT7GH COUNCIL. . The Committee of the whole Council met, pursuant to notice, in the Uourt-houso. on Monday afternoon, at four o'clock. Present— The Mayor, Aldermen Bolton, Chapman, Christie, Eodgors, Sparke, Stokes, and WinshipA. ? . . ' Minutes. — The minjites of the two previous meet ings were read, confirmed, and signed. : ' '; Investigation ^xd the Chaucses ao.usjst the Town Clerk.. — The Mayor statud he had sent a letter .'to Mr.; Brookes otf Satnrday.'iuforniing him that a comm'itteo of .the whole would sit on Monday, at 4.' p.m:,.to proceed with the' investigation of thu charges against tho Town Clerk. No reply had yot U«nn Mnniiiiiil ? AM Rnrli/ftrft rnp.nmmaiidarl t-ha some plan be laid out for conducting the j'nvestiga tion.-r-Tlie^layor asked how the Council wero to proceed if there was no one present to lay the charges,— Aid.' Winship naked if thoro was any 6b jection to let the matter. stand over for aweuk. — Aid. Chapmaii thought the committee ovightto t...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Newoastlk Backs. — An adjourned meeting, for the pnr poso of taking measures for getting un these races, in announ ced to tako place this ovoiiinR, at half-past sovetr o'clock, nt the Ship Inn. It is to lie. hoped the meeting will bo well attended, and a spirit evinced so that we may have at losist two good days' sp^rt worthy of the tuwn. Our neighbours at Wallsencl can get up two good days' sport once a year, which is only done by a unity of feeling nnd working toge ther. We trust, therefore, that at the meeting to be held to-night the same spirit will predominate, and -ve need not fear for the result. -; Hciaian Remains.— Tho human remains fonnd on the hill a few dnys ago have been carefully examined by Dr. Dcgner. The doctor is of opinion that they have been interred at least thirty years. Hu thiuki; tho lioncii were those of a male aboriginal. Tho remains have evidently been under ground for a very long period, as some of the boiiea crumbled into dust on being touch...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES OP THE NEW. CASTLE DISTRICT. ADDRESS OF CONGRATULATION TO PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES OF THE NEW. ? CASTLE DISTRICT. . :0 ADDRESS OF -CONOR ATU£ATiOV TO PRTJfCE ALFRED. .;, A' special. meetingA)£. the officers mid members of tie various' Friendly,' Society Lodges iu the New castle district:, w^'held in the Oddfellow's Hall, on Saturday evening 'laut, for the purpose of taking steps to present an address of congratulation to H.il.H. the Duke of Edinburgh on his recovery from the late attempted Assassination. The atten dance ,wns not ' very numerous. On the motion of Brother Lyiie, Brother : Capt. Cordy; -P.£r., was, 'voted to preside over the meeting. Brother Holt,* D.G.M., was nominated for the chair as well as Capt. Cordy, but he retired iu the latter gentle* U1UU l-IHVUUf, '!. The Chairman, on taking the chair, formally de-\ clared tho meeting opened, and called upon tho Secretary, Brother* ipdorge-.H: Uordy, to read the advertisement, andjrtatethe business. The Secretary Accordingly read the advertisement^, convening the meeting, and proceeded t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATH*TCOMPANY. STEAM -ncisYDNE Y. The MORPETn, Captain T?-u-d, MONDAY ana TilURSDAH^orniugs. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Summekbeu,, TUESDAY and FRIDAY Evenings. GEORGE TULLY & CO.. Agents. Hunttf Biver New Steam Navigatiea COMPANY. RETURN' TICKETS. FROM THIS HJATE, RETURN TICKETS will bo issued! aviMablii for one week, to passengers by any of tho if»U.NJ).N. Company'* firit -class steamers, at tho foHowinywttes : — . ' .-.stioon -;.;... ? »i. Steerage ;..-.-.-. 16s. ? , . .i/.' GKORGE TULLT * CO. Khwcastle, Feb. 1?, 18fi8.; ?' ; ' 415 NOTICE. fT\ H E . N E W AN.1)« POWERFUL ? JL steam tugs WAR HA WK -t- M.TSTERY, . fitted with Disconnecting Engines, PoVnt Feathering Floats, 4c, « now available for TjwKafco purposes. ' No. 2, Marryatt'B Code, will receive prompt attention. For rat«s and othor particulars', apply to JAMES DEANE* CO., Agents, Knight's Buildings, 598 Scott-etrent, Newcastle. For San Francisco. THE Al, NEW BRITISH BARQUE TASSO, M9 t...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. O'FARRELL'S TRAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

L A f E S T I H T E L L I 8 E N C E VBOM OltEVH.LK'STEL'feoltAJICO'MPANV. | SYDNEY, Tuesday iteming. . O'FARREI-£'S TRIAL. The trial 'of O'Farrell was continued and conoluuoil to day.' ' The Crown calleil a large number of wjtnesses, who all deposed to having had frequent conversations with the prisoner on the subject of Feniftnism. They described him aa perfectly consistent and rational throughout. Up to. a few minutes previous to firing at the Duke, OTivrrell aotually asked one of the persons who gave evidence tn atand by him in the event of ?* row «t Clontarf. He wanted aiujthur limn to' go with' him behind tho Prince when in the luncheon tent/but -thb man refused to go. ' ' '' j ! Mr. AapiQall, the prisonor's'co'unsel, mndo a most elo quent speech in his client's favour, nod tried very .hard to Tlie Attorney-OeneraKMryMartin) replied to the learned couusnl's address in a very able and argumentative speech. The Judge having summed up, the jury retired to consi der their verdict. ...

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[?]PING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF NEWCASTLE ARRIVALS MARCH 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

fffiPING; ' IWTELLIGENCi: Hlir. i . . :?-''???? ^ BBi' P0HT Q1? -NEWCASTLE. Bit! AMilVALS. . Sit I . MiurTn' 9R ' ' Hflt-a {«.), from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, ncent. Bflfarot, Caiupball, Bch., 122, Ssott, from Nelson, 12th B[j||jPaueDget3-32 in the Btcerage. C: K. Walter, ^Bhibird, acii.', 164, Simpson, irom Maryborongh, 16th Baffwr.H.'VVhyte, agent ./ . . MB aiABCH-..30. / lf™-hin, brig, 329, BlancheV from Dunedin, 7th inst. i!J»Gto1ce« and Co., agents. , . ? Ijjjfea, bq^ 401, Patching, from Wellington. . C. F. lljallendon, brig, 148, , Hughes, from Sydney. A. .Hogg, |G»|o'(i.».). 765, Logan, from Melbourne, 28th inst. B, B. If HEIce, agent. ? f IJhlf ? - ? 3rAncn.31. - . ? ? lifflji Tangs («.s.), 474, Clark, from Sydney. W. ELAVbyte, iffll&bird .(«?»?)? 531, Sawell, ?rom Sydney. It. B. Wol I|flES., bq., 297, Brown, fronTAuckland, with 22 passen BlUlf I Captain, ngent ? . . iB8}li»ter,,bq., 263, Lowrie, from lIoAouriie, 25thmst 'P- Difnifrleribn, agent. . ' ? . ? liWlLterlil...

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