Australian And New Zealand Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1865, London, Middlesex 1 V A JOURNAL OF NEWS FRO Newr South and Austral and Ne o. 705. i APRIL 29, 1865. Prick With Manifest 1*. l * J 4 Home South Marlborough Notices to Correspondents Australian Explorations Tiie New Commercial Shipping He was a Knight Commander of the Redeemer of His 18 51 t l f i LATEST Fro n it M II Tif New South Wales Feb. 21 |rn New South 26 2i South Feb. missions bore date as follows Aug. 2,1809 Co June 19, 1812; Dec. 7, 1818; July 8, Aug. 27, 1857; and Nov. 22, 1862. Emigration haa commenced at this early period of the year from the ining districts of the and in South Wales it is beginning to be a frequent occurrence for 40 or 50 hands to leave at pay from the principal iron dnd coal works of the A few emigrate rt 24 16 Western Australia 28 i. 21 New 7 11 10 8 11 10 11 16 16 ft II II 26 ] to New and other British but at South D Wellington Feb. New Feb. 1....'. Feb. Feb. 29 26 Western Dec. 26 Tasmania Dec. 26 New - Nov. 26 Nov. 26 New Nov. 26 least 90 per are bound for the Northern The great to leave the their birth is the reported high wages tp be w 4 newspapers are encan S received in the and pamphlets and A industriously circulated among the working giving a glowin account of the state of the a number of 26 I believe the statements despite the warnings addressed Nelson 26 to them by even American citizens of Mayor of New who has publicly condemned the proceedings of the 20 Canterbury 26 28 26 z T I G E and New 2Jeala#*> Gazette will be published following the delivery of the Australian Mail tid ' 1 i rican Emigrant Society in inducing to go over no other object than to secure cheap labour for the ( The which sailed from Sydney for London on the 29th January at Spithead on the 24th'inst., with the following passengers and cargo v y Captain Misses Captain Cap. tain and 56 in the A 66 and 1,785 bales 1^ biles 65 casks 2,668 137 casks 1 chest Reuter's 6afed ApM 15A The troops will in quarters western arrival of March mail from de I battery at the Portsmouth at present The of froitt Isle of As1 seon as the been 62o n - 1 - ' f 1 * The Right the Bishop of resume her to hw troops has been thB will The arrived from brings thd I following ated his 1tienti6Ati his the Diocesan Synod London to name a clergyman I cargo whom as It is udders to lordship has sent oat td the All 1 and 1,200 and 12 Bayldan and The r was - educated at Trinity ne he was 27th settlor in the 0526 838'Sheep was for three years 2 boxes gold 2,843 18 18 Mpk of 2 Shipped at bales and Co. Shipped d u .at Bullock 301 Douglass and 239 name of f 16 W. S. 1,484' add C. 3. and 5,074' trunks opossum and t 1 ' Bishop of who was 1 2 boxes containing 2,b4Ti5S. 13 12 of Australia 3 boxes containing 7 20 Oriental the rectory of The screw steam which sailed from Melbourne worth 1,200/. a has resigned it on the ground of on the 4 th arrived off Ply month on the She 8w on the 22nd Insti near | brings the following passengers and cargo educated Westminster bf Charles in lUWt was also cm at the fall of Monte He was for a Wg time the Jamaica and afterwards became com Donaldj and two Mr. ami Mrs. He entered the 1803 and f family and % Mrs. Dun 1 Mr 17 1 and Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. and and Mrs. lamny anu 2 Mrs. Lloyd family and Mrs. 3?age, Miss Miss Mrs. Le Mrs. and Miss Mi- anH 1 Mt. nnd Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and and and Mr. Master during t 6^can bli of. the F. S. i 1 w the After yarious employments afloat second and third and 15V(in the he had to obtain approval of pid m com- 2|033 bales 50 i ease mand for the smd he always displayed in the execution of 4 80 casks brack 1 case 1 case wood 6^es 1 wood 1 1 3 cam whatever He was constantly e ployed ages mer afloat was the co an form a colony in Western of which | 15jra( i For hise ade a Bachelor in 1833. inent with an address She brings the following I 69 bales 5,167 5 cases able he had pw civil services in that 0u in IB of moted their and of the time he * abf Iii 1840^ Sir James Stirling was appointed to 78, until paid off in the sum 3 2 8 2db. 4 35 packages containing 30,603 14 grams of of quantity 7,50& 3 were ments The of the Colonies arrived at on the 26th inst. fro tad held the - er of 1844. In Sir James again proceeded to the Mediterranean 120, in which ship he conveyed her Majesty and her the Ida of Saxe Wei on 69 bales 5,167 6 cases colonial 3 boxes containing 8,050 4 of ' The sailed from Melbourne ou the I arrived off Falmouth on the 27th inst. has following 411; 4,004 bales 3 bales 8 boxes containing 4,695 4 of 16(i of New and 2 parcels containing the Dowager Queen's last to For a few months in 1852 tho late Sir James was one of the junior Lords of the Sub in 1864. be was appointed Comm which command he resigned 11 The whose arrival in the was yesterday brings the following passengers and of tool cargo in 1856 from 1 Mr. and Mrs.