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EUROPEAN POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

EUROPEAN POSTAL SERVIC13 The latest deliverance of the Home Govern- ment on the much-vexed subject of thc Ocean Postal Service is contained in a Treasury Minute dated April 25th, and which we find published ns a parliamentary paper in tho South Australian journals. We presume our own government hus also received a copy of the sonnie minute The Lords of the Treasury acquiesced in the distribution of tho t-uhsidy suggested by Sir William Denison. This plan is baned on two principles: first, that each colony should pay according to tho number of letters carried; and secondly, that each should pay according to the distance run to accommodate it, the linnie government bear- ing half the total expense. From Gaile lo King George's ' Sound the line is common to all the colonies. At that point West Australia is dropped. The next stage is Mid bourne, beyond which South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania are to pay nothing (though tho first-named is to pny only as far as the longi- tude of Kang...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

. » A notice in Saturday's Gazette states that Mr. F. R. C. Master "has ceased to hold the appointment of extra (honorary) Aide-de-Cnmp, to his Excellency." Public Wouks.?Tho tenders previously sent in for the bridges over the Condamine at Ellangowan and Warwick having proved ineligible, fresh tenders are invited. Those for the bridge first-named aro to be sent in by the 3rd August, and the latter by the 10th of the'same mouth. Tho sum voted for the first was £1500, and for the second £2200. .,-....: Appointments.?Mr. Benjamin Hanna to be a junior clerk, in the central Telegraph Office, ? Chief Constable, Hawthorne, of Maryborough, to be Registrar of Births, Marriages, and I)ealhs. Supreme Coiner.?His Honor the Judge has appointed Mr. Edwin Norris, of the Crown Solicitor's Office, a Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Queensland, to take bail and affidavits; and also to examine witnesses in all actions and proceedings in the said court. Omissions.?Owing lo a printer's error, the na...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

Mhlpplnfr Imelllgence. 1 ARKIVKI). Jew 6.?Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney. Passengers?Mr. ami-Mrs. D Macpherson, Mr. and .Mrs. Linden, Airs. Drew, Messrs/Gordon, Sandiman, A. R- Weienhjl, J. C. Moore. Adams G. K. AUen. A. Ball,.De Sat se. Blyth, F. W. Binney, F. W. Roche, and 50 in the 8WCn,g°- IMPORTS. , n . Tele»rauh : 2 cases, 1 cask, 1 box, 20 bags flour, J. uni!G? flu? rta; 1 case saddlery, 0. Burdoff: 6 eases. Sdittdsuldlcry, 1 ! a'e, 5 Imt boxe* S p.vv.s; 40 bags flour, 1 case fruit, 100 bags potatoes, 36 bags .maize,40 bags-flour. A;"J:'Ho'ekings; 3 casks 3 "stones,? cask fruit, Peterson, "<>^ W = . 7 rolls leather, 1 ensk fruit, A. Cawwell; bundte saws, 1 cask horse shoes, 6 drums oil, 4 ditto tu pentW-0 nests tubs, 1 biu.de frying pans, 1 ditto " siwdes, 2 kegs nails, 1 buiidlo scythes, X Malk- ai; 40'hagspntatoes,' 32 cases fruit, Bulcock: :; tAvheellinrrmy, 2 kegs nails, I/bas do. 1 «¦»«!£.¦ ' 'leask iibrfer, lease sundries, J. S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

Steam to -Sydney. rnHE~~TEL"EGIWJ?'B from ' I tho A. S. NV Oo.'s New Wharf, on WEDNESDAY ¦ MORNING, at 9 o'olock. ^¦Steerage Fares^Iieduc ad to £3. GEO. Dv WEBB, Agent. Trrfi the «T)dcrBJgned. 'hereby offer n Reward W of One Hundred Pounds to any person ilmntrcive snob ir.formation bb will convict ¦ Tnr nart-r or pM«» of having stolen any horses oMattle .belongins; to us from either of the undor mentioned rons, or elsewhere. : A WEINHOLT, Maryvale. fl' & W. DAVIDSON, Onnninpr Downs. MA RSHALL «t DEUCHAR, Glengallon. j. \V. BUCKLAND. Rosenthal. "~~*"~~L , . NOTICE.-, ? ;;'v/;£10 REWARD. ' rtTOLEN or STRAYED from Mogan, v>eir ft Kiver, Jieor Olnndoon, Darling Dow -a'j Dis- trict ft Ray HORSE, branded HM near r /calder, ?j saddle marked on nearside. The above re mrd wi" Repaid, if stolen, on conv jCtion> nml £5 if strn.v«d.on delivery to Charles Weatherall Jacob aad W. Low, Wei town, noar Calundooti snnnosed to be taken towards thcMulloon Uiver. suppose w 0HARLES wbaTj mi...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

.SYDNEY MARKETA Hy tho Telegraph wc have advices froni Sydney to thc 4th instant. Tho arrivals had been thc Rosoltito, from London, with a .'^gjiiural ourgoj mid flin Mandarin, fro ri Ade- laide, with HioO bags'of flour ii.id 2-'lo7 bugs' of wheat. ¦¦?.¦-. . , -At tho monthly meeting nf tlif: Chnmbcr of, Ci»,nmore«, certain notus for the hnicmlnibiit' of tho Insolvency Laws, by Sir \Y. Burton, ~vns presented hy Mr. King. Thu thunk* nf thu Ohniiib.T wore voted to Sir \V. Burton and a committee appointed to consider and report on tho notes. t. : ' '' . Mr. Elias , Moses, . of. Bridge-street, hud ' called a meeting of his:creditors. Liabilities £24,000, nssots £lo,000. E/x.-imiiiui-B were up pointodi 'and tho meeting adjourned for their report, - ?'.-..,?....,., Tho'Ciistoms revenue for tho first half of .tho yoariSlil anioiiutcdjto £201,1 Io, being an increase on tho comparative period of 18(50 of £13,432. Share' market steady, with abundance of capital ready forsafaiuveiitiuont, In t...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SATURDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

IPSWICH. (from otra own coiuiEsrawiENT.) Saturday, July 6. At the Police Office, on tho otb instant, be- fore tho Police Magistrate and G. II. Wilson, J.P., the ease of Molo and Denman V.Alex- ander Macdonald, postponed from Wednesday, was brought on. Plaintiffs produced a copy of a contract they had entered into for milking n tunk, and stated on oath that the work had been finished according to it. Defendant pro- duced another, and said they were both written at the same time. They differed how- ever Tho claim was for £S 10s, Tho bench awarded plaintiffs £7 Ms. 4d.?Charles Craw- ley pleaded guilty to being drunk and dis- orderly in East-street on the 4th instant, and was fined los.; in default, 48 hours in the cells.?Francis M'Laughlin was charged hy Charles Arnold with using abusive language. Plaintiff sworn, stated: I remember the 3rd instant. I was in Brisbane-street on that day. I saw M'Laughlin, thu dufendunt, there. He asked me about some account ho imagined 1 owed him Ho the...

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TO THE HON. THE COLONIAL TREASURER. (Per favour of the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

TO TUB HON. TUB COLONIAL TKKA svimi. (Por favour of thu Courier.) Dbah Sin,?I much regret tlmt you should have thought it right in your place in parlia- ment to impute to me, as tho Bishop of tho diocese, a lino- of couduct, which conduct I certainly consider would bo unbecoming a Christian gentleman mid n minister of reli- gion. Thora was before tho Legislative As- sembly on Thursday, June 27, a motion for the appointment of a select committee to enquire into thc matter of thu petition of tx largo number of thc mombcrs of tho Clinrult of England, in which tho petitioners assorted that thu)' had applied to tho Board of Gu oural Education for assistance to certain school*, and that that assistance had. (as they thought without sufficient roason) been refused. Upon that occasion you ure, in the Courier nf Tues- day, 28th June, reported to havo said?" Hu (tho Colonial -Treasurer) was prepared to state that from tho first tho Anglican Bishop was not prepared to accept any. condition upo...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, ANOTHER OUTBREAK AT LAMBING FLAT.- EXPULSION OF 1200 CHINESE. SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 11 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

LATEST INTELLIIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY.   Another outbreak at Lambing Flat - EXPULSION OF 1200 CHINESE. Sunday, June 29. 11 P.M. By express to Yass on Saturday last it was pretty generally known that a roll-up would take place to-day against tho Chinese. The immediate cause of it I cannot say. Some state that the diggers are determined lo drive them off theso fields?others that it is in consequence of their having struck a lead of gold at Buck Creek, and some assert that it is in retaliation for tho Nat ive Dog Creek affair. .Certain it is that it took place, and for destruction of property it exceeded any riot that bab' ever yet taken place on these fields. Between (cu and eleven o'clock, at Tipperary Gully, the muster took place. Upwards of a thousand men, most of thom armed with bludgeons or pick handles, headed by a bund, and carrying several large flags, one inscribed with the words, " Roll up—no Chinese !" formed into procession and marched into Lambing Flat....

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY (THIS DAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

"V- PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday (This Day). CENEnAti BUSINESS? NOTICES Ut' MOTION. Mr. Royds to move,?For leave to bring in a Bill for tim Management of Benevolent Asylum Wi rds in Hospitals. Mr. Lilley to move,?" That this bouse will, to-morrow, resolve itself into a Committee ot' tho whole, to consider of an Address to the Governor, transmitting a copy of the report of the ?Standing Orders' Committee relative to tho Sala- ries of tho Parliamentary Shorthand AVriters and Principal Messenger to the Assembly, and praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause effect to be given to such Report." Mr. Ii. Guinn to move,?(1.) That a select com- mittee be appointed to inquire into the merits of tho petition presented by John Stephen Perrlter mid Thomas Jones. (2.) That such committee consist ot' Mr. Macalister, Mr. Ralf, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Moffatt, nnd thc Mover. oknkhal business?orders ok tue day. Consideration in committee of Proposed Altera- tions ol' and A...

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PROGRESS OF PARLIAMENT, [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

PROGRESS OF PARLIAMENT, The fatigues of the vice regal ball the other evening (where wo very nearly suffered celestial suffocation from the crowd of lovely beings who thronged around us, and would compel us to waltz with oneandall of them? hut such is ibo price of popularity!) the num- berless Cabinet Councils we are continually now being called upon to attend, and the frequent demands upon our good nature mado by- members of Parliament of every grade, have caused us to permit our readers to fall in arrear with regard to that exclusive Parliamentary intelligence which it is our pride and pleasure to be alone able to lay before them. As for the Parliamentary Privileges Bill, Herbert has only himself to blame for the pnin ho has bad to undergo in seeing it so frightfully mutilated. Wo know that his intentions, as far as ourselves are concerned, were good. He felt, ho said, that'wc had done, and were doing, great service to tho country; and that we de served, after our strenuous, indef...

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Letters to the Editor. MR. WALSH AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

JLefltes's to tine J&tliHtv* il MR. WALSH AND THE GOVERNMENT. Sin,?Will you please publish copies of | thc annexed documents, and oblige, Yours, &c, i WM. HENRY WALSH, j [COPY.] ! Colonial Secretary's Oflice, I Brisbane, 21th June. 18G0. 'Sin,?I am directed tn acknowledge thc re- | ceipt of your letter to the honorable tho Colonial Secretary, wherein, inter' alua, you notify your resignation of tho Commision of the Peace. While acquainting you that such resignation is accepted, I ain to inform you that tho government had felt called upon pre- viously to take steps for your removal from tho list of justices, as will he manifest from tho accompanying extract from minutes of Council. Your resignation relieves the government from thc necessity of talcing any further action in tho matter. I liavo thc honor to he, Sir, Your most obedient Servant, A. Vf. Manning. Vf. II. Walsh, Esq., Degilbo. fem-v.] _ . Minute of Proceedings of tho Executive Council on thu 1'Jth June, ISli...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tho Council met yesterday at tho usual liour Present?Tho Mayor, and Aldermen Stephens, Jeays, Warren, Sutton, and Ed- monstone. . ..-.--. : COItltESPONDENCE. A lotter was read from tho City Solicitor, -jntihVth'at he would bo ready to wait upon tlio comraitteo, cither on Tuesday or Wed- nesday,' as might ho convenient, with a draft of tho proposed Brisbane Corporation Act. ? A lotter was road from Captain Towns, proposing 'that'tho Council should enter into Jicociations with him for placing the Premier, steamer, on tho ferry at South Bris- bane, as'a steam ferry thore would bo. much preferable to tho present primitive mode of communication. Somo discussion took place iipoa this letter, in the course of which, a feelin" generally in favour of the proposition was oppressed. The incivility of the persons at ' prcsoiit working the ferry, and tho. unfitness of tho hoats cm ployed, wore also remarked upon iv various mombers of tho Council. On tho motion of tho Mayoii, s...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

MELBOURNE MAR'KETS. ?From Melbourne wo have, papers to tho I ¦27th of June. The.Customs-revenue colloctud | ¦at tho port of Melbourne during thu week «ndcd 22nd Juno mnounto?. to £25,9SS 17s. 7d. .From tho Argus wo extract tho following:? ¦'The'week has been ns quiet a ono as its predecessor iii' all brunches of trade. In tho ? anoney market thora'luis boen an average simmint of business. Thc bank rates of dis . .count stand nt:?Vor twp months, Spur cont.; . ifor three months, 9 per, cont.; for four months, .JjSCIO pur cent. Tho selling rates of exchange \S*6h England aro quoted at par for sixty days' sight for largo amounts, and 1 per, cent. . premium for thirty-days' sight for bills under £o0. ,...-. .' ? . Several'.station properties have changed hands. ' Messrs. Power, Rutherford, and Co., jiavo ¦' disposed' :of-' tho Springbank Station,' - Ulcuclg, iii.thu.'Western District, with 15,000 sheep, 400 head of¦.??ca.ttlc, stock' horses, &c. ?given in, foiv£22,000, " on tho' ...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

ADELAIDE MARKETS. Our dates from South Australia aro to the 32ud institut: The liegister'of the 21st aavs:? ? The -weeks now arc, and have for some tinio been, so much alike in.b'usincss matters ¦ that ono report might stand, good for all. 'The saiiic dullness and inactivity of which .wo complained months.ago still oxist, but to a much greater extent; nnd 'at, tho.prosont moment it is impossible to guess howlong itj jnay bo beforo nny improvement piny set in. ¦'Phis slackness in business does,not seem con-: fined to any particular branch of trade, but iippetivs to bo very general. Tho mines and mining affairs aro still tho <;hiof topic of conversation ; indeed, there is littlo duo to tafk about. I<Yosh discoveries ;ivo still being niade, and now companies still being i brought out,-'-'.while, tho shares of thoso companies nlrcndyformcd fiuctuato to an ontraordinary extent with every bit of intelligence brought-in ; hut,''tnkcii as a .whole, matters aro looking ...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

Weclily Ctatanda***. niGH Water at Brisbane. Days. -Tuesday . Wednesday... Thursday. Friday. Saturday . Sunday. Monday . Date. Julv. 9 IO ll 12 13 14 15 Vf Morn. After. ll 50 0 42 1 23 2 SO 3 10 4 0 4 46 0 16 1 4 1 5+ 2 46 3 SS 4 22 5 6 6 52 6 52 ll 52 6 52 6 51 C 51 6 50

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

Sydney Agency MR, ARTHUR CUBITT, News Agent Bridge-street, Sydney, has been appointed Agent for this paper, and is authorised to receive advertisements, subscriptions, and payments for advertisinc nccmnts. Moreton Bay Tramroad Company. Limited Liability. Capital, £150,000, in 30,000 Shares of £5 eaoh Deposit, 2s. 6d. per share, Payable on application for shares. Provisional Committee > Buckley, Henry, Esq., Auditor-General Coote, Wm., Esq. Kennedy, W. F., Esq. Petrie, John, Esq., J.P., Mavor of Brisbane. Stephens, T. B., ICsq., Aid., JJ?. Banebbs : The Union Hank ol' Australia. Solicitous: C. Lilley, Esq., Brisbane rp HIS Company Ins been formed for the pur 1 pose of constructing a Tramroad trom Ipswich, via Toowoomba, to Dalby. Detailed Prospectuses can bo obtained ot the Company's Office, Brisbano; J. A. Wehr, Condamine; T, Alford, Toowoomba ; and J. Kingsford, Warwick. Deposits are received by the Company's Bankers, Brisbane, the several agents, and by tho directors._^^^^^^^^^...

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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

TASMANIAN MARKETS. From Tasmania, wo havo nows to tho 22nd Juno. Thc Mireury gives tho following re- port, of tho Hobart Town flour mnrkots :? Tho nows, from California pcKjCity of Hobart, via Melbourne, of largo stocks of wheat being ou hand, has slightly affected our market, and whoat is duli of salo nt Os. to (is. Gd. A largo quantity has como in coast- wise this last two days, a good doal of it hoing stored. ; Hay,has boon in over-abundant'supply this last two days, and has not all bcou cleared, but prices arc without any alteration. , English barley is in demand at our former quotations, 7s. Gd. to 8s. "' Tho markot for bran lins slightly improved, and prices limy bo quoted nt ls. ld. to ls. 4d. Potatoes havo not como in so plentifully this last two: days, hut prices remain un- altered. Tho demand for flour is limited to our re- quirements for home consumption, and prices romain steady at £16 to £17. Messrs. W. A. Guesdon and Co. sold this day, at,the Government Slaughter-yards...

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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. CoWArwvk Stathowt of- tho Cov wowed Revknotj of tho CoWKT o? QoEEira,iK», and of the SrreiAL I Fonds paid into the TreAbbrt at . Biusbsxb, during tho Quarters ended 30th Jew., i860, and 30th Juke, 1861, respectively._ --.'"';:' HEAD OF REVr JSPE OR RECEIPT. customs? ;, ' ; .!"'.'". "Spirits' :.'.'" -...' V.".-' "..» Wine ..." ' ... ¦' ..,,.!.»:;. Ale, Porter, and.-Beer of all Borts Tobacco... ... .,,' ... Suear and Molasses ' ?.' '?' ... Coffee, Chocolate, and 0.QCM '.-'Opium;-.,'. ?Ji,... ? : .-,. ? .,. LAND'^REVENUE-^ Proceeds of .Land Sales' .... Rent of Land'?.'.. .... ? ... s-.iSarveyof Runs :;,;.-.ii.- ¦'. ... . . ,.i:A88o»smentonRun8.,... ' ,? -ia .so>-.'!i >'"¦: ,.;-.'? ¦.-.'?'! .';/di- :" POSTAGE. ?"''..;'.- ,.,.. ? ... . LIOENCK* - To Wholesale Spirit Dealers... . . :^To Auctioneers.;.' ... ... ... . . .'To Retail-Fermented and Spirituous Liquors ,? ¦ ?% , -Night Licences to Publicans nnd for Billiard Tabloi ... To Hawkers and Peddlers'' ..; ,'...

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. Arrival and Departure of Mails at tho General Post Oflice, Brisbane. TOST TOWNS. Auburn... ... Callandoon (GuudnwinSa) Casino and Grafton Cleveland ¦ Condamine ... ... Dalby . Drayton... Gayndah . Gladstone 'pswich ... Leyburn... . Moggill.:- ... Nanango . ... Marlborough Maryborough Maryborough-. Rockhamrtrn Mil Tort Denison Surat and Yarrows ... nroom... ... ... Toowoomba ... ..» Warwick Westwood and Nulalbin ? MAILS CLOSE AT BtUSBAITE. Monday nt 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at S p ni. Monda/ at 1.30 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p m. Monday at 1 p.m., and Friday at 1.15 p.m. Tuesday at 1 p.m. By strainer every alternate Tuesday Daily at 1 30 p.m. Monday nt 1 p.m. ** Dy stenmer Hawk, 3 times a week. Tuesda}* at 1 p m. Hy strainer only every nlternato Tuesday Ky steamer every alternate Tuesday *Vla Ipswich and Nanango on Tuesday at I p.m. Ky steamer every alternate Tuesday Monday at 1 pm. Monday at 1 p UJ. Monday nnd Friday at 1.15 p.m. Thursday Mid ^ unday ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 July 1861

(Hupping Intelligence. CLEARED OUT. Jolt 8.?Jeannie Dove, schooner, 103 tons, Capt. McDermott, for Sydney. One passenger in steer- age. EXPORTS. Jeannie Dove: 253 hides, 39 casks tollow, Russell and Taylor; 96 bugs flour, R. Cribb; 1 cwt. 2 qrs. copper, J, McDermott; 47 casks tallow, 23 bales wool, 123 hides, G. Ruff and Co.; 28S2 feet pine. Pettigrew. , The Clarence will leave for'the Northern ports this morning at 9 o'clock. The Telegraph will leave for Sydney, to-morrow (Wednesday) morning at 9 o'clock. Stumers for Ipswich.-?Leaving the A.S.N. Co.'s .Wharf?thc Brisbane, this morning, nt 10 o'clock; the Ipswich, to-morrow, at ll o'clock. Leaving McCabe's wharf?the Breadalbane, this morning, at IO o'olock. Lytton, July 8?Arrived?The Cyclone, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Heard, from Melbourne via New- castle. Passengers?2 cabin sind 1 in the steerage. . Mr. Grantham, agent. The Cyclone brings a gener al cargo from Mel- bourne, she sailed from Ncwcas tie on the 1st, and arrived in the ...

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