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The Straits Times, 15 July 1845

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THE STRAITS TIMES. AND SINGAPORE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. VOL. 1st. TUESDAY MORNING JULY 15th. 1845. NO

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NOTICE TO ADVERTIZERS The scale of charges for Advertizements in the Straits Times is made on liberal terms. Contracts may be entered into with the Printer. Advertisements intended for insertion in the Straits Times must be sent before 12 o'clock on the day previous to the Publication of the Paper.

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FOR BATAVIA. THE well known Brig Brittomart Captain Roberts, will sail for the above port. For freight or passage, apply APCAR and STEPHENS. Singapore, July 15th, 1845. SINGAPORE DISPENSARY. IN consequence of the Establishment of a Government Hospital, the undersigned have (in the mean time) given up the Private Hospital

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TO BE LET. SEVERAL spacious and dry Godowns conveniently situated in CommercialSquare. Apply to the Printer of this paper. Singapore, 15th July, 1845. Ivory Card- c ases, Silver and Feather I Fans, Inlaid Bombay Work Boxes, Watch I Stands, Card Cases, Cribbage Boards, Paper I Cutters, kc. &c. j STATIONARY

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for any of the following Diseases Ague Female irregulari- Retention of the Asthmas ties Bilious complaints Fevers of all kinds Sore Throats Blotches on the Fits Scrofula, or King;s skins Gout Evil Bowel complaints Head-ach Stone and Colics Indigestion Tic Douloureux Constipation of Inflamation Tumours Bowels Jaundice Ulcers Consumption Livercomplaints

Singapore. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore. A ,1m May Ist Ma.;ao May 30*h liauvia July 3rd Madras June bth Bombay June I'2/h Malacca July 13th <at< utu June 11A Maaila May 3W jrioo Jnne "2nil Mauritius May llMh Ejyi i May 24A I'in»ng June 'isrti hafiand Jiinc Ith Shanghai JMay VltU UtAgkong .M-v Syliify M^M

To Correspondents. [ARTICLE]

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To Correspondents. We have received several Communication* from Correspotidents vkote favor* must b* held in obey once for anoher opportunity.

THE STRAITS TIMES. [ARTICLE]

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THE STRAITS TIMES. Tuesday July 15th. 1845. We have received London paper* to the 7th, Paris Journals to the 9th and the bemanario Filipino to the 31st of May; also the Calcutta Tfagliahman to the llth and fekvno gazette to the 28th ult. Good Morning to you kind reader So

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Wb have been favored with the loan of Bombay papers of June 10th. The Gentleman's Gazette of the above date announces the arrival of Eight natives from the wreck of the Benares. Considerable excitement prevailed respecting the fate of the ■mall Steamer I'arsee, which left Bombay on the 4th. June,

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We understand that Messrs Fiebeg aud Ravac, who are now engaged in a series of Concerts at Hongkong, may shortly be expected at Singapore. We await their arrival with some degree of pleasure, as, from the favourable accounts received of their success in Hongkong, we are led to anticipate that

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Harbour and conveyance BEorLATioxs There I can be no greater proof of inefficient Colonial government than the non-existence of wholesome regulations, I having for their object public convenience and protec- I tion against the unprincipled conduct of any clans of individuals, such for instance as tin- owners and driven of

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mey and Ulcerated Cancers, [Piles, Tumours, llings, Contracted and Stiff Joints, Scrofula, worms, Runs, Scolds, Chapped Hands, Chil- Gout, H lifiunatism, and almost every other I Disease.— The Bite of the Moschetoes find-Flies. Sold by all English and Native Vendors of Medicines, and by Messrs APCAH STEPHENS, marcud Apuwv, Wholesale

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Direct liin Comminication.— The Morthhf Times May 7th states that the Mail Communication from Southampton to China was to commmce on the 20th Juno by the Peninsular and Oriental Company, under contract with Her Majesty s Government, calling at PSnang, Malacca and Singapore. Our previous infonnatiou led us to exert

PENANG. [ARTICLE]

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PENANG. The trial of Mr. Donadieu for Manslaughter on, on Wednesday last. We are sorry to be -."able to give a full report of this trial as it might m as a good illustration of the deceit, falsehood, cou anliie wWch are so prominently portrayed «nt^character of the poorer classes

CHINA [ARTICLE]

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CHINA The public will be reminded of the existence of f 00-chow-foo, by the appearance of some new reflations, regarding the trade of the port entered into between Mr. Alcock and the local authorites, 'ill published in the government paper by order of t Majesty's Superintendent of trade. c third

CALCUTTA. [ARTICLE]

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CALCUTTA. An application was made yesterday in the case of the Estate of the late Rajah Kristanath Roy by the widow and Kissubchunder Sircar, a large legatee, that the letters' ad coltigenda granted to the Registrar of the Court might be called in and cancelled, and that general administration might

MADRAS. [ARTICLE]

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MADRAS. Mb. Minchin. Ye understand that Mr. Minchin has been required to answer certain charges arising out of the taxation of two bills of costs relative to Mr. Moorat's estate, and for that purpose a Special Court was held yesterday. Mr. Tted (who also appeared for Mr. Minchin,) did, we

BOMBAY [ARTICLE]

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BOMBAY r e have with regret to announce the death of eon J. Bowstead, of the Medical Establish- which occurred on Thursday last at Poona and also the death of Major General P. Koome, which took place at his residence on Malabar Hill on Sunday evening. The ravages of th»

THE PUNJAUB. [ARTICLE]

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THE PUNJAUB. Lahore- 2Ut to Q3rd May. Wazeer Juwahir Singh in Council, had given order* to General Mehtab Sing to march with two of his regiments to Sealkote. These regiment* refused to go. The Wazeer then commanded the General to take all his four regiments, and march to Sealkote, where

SPIRIT OF THE INDIAN PRESS. [ARTICLE]

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SPIRIT OF THE INDIAN PRESS. NEW BRITISH SETTLEMENT ON THE COAST OF BORNEO. The Singapore Free Press informs us that Captain Bethune of the Royal Navy had returned from a political mission to Borneo Proper, where he received the moat favorable welcome from the Chiefs, who have long been anxious

General Summary. [ARTICLE]

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General Summary. FROM THE MONTHLY TIMK.s MAY 7. Again, for an entile fortnight, his the subject of the augmentation of the Maynooth endowment occupied the thoughts and the time of public men within and without the walls of Parliament. Tlie first reading was debated the second reading was debfrted— the

LITERATURE. [ARTICLE]

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LITERATURE. History of the Consulate and the Empire of France vnukr Napoleon. By M. A. Thiers, late Prime Minister of France. .Translated by D. Forbes Cainpbt.'ll, Esqi, witli the Sanction uiid approval of' vie Author. V ols. 1 and 2. P aria and London, 1845. The extraordinary apd unexampled interest

Varieties. [ARTICLE]

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Varieties. The Mayaooth Bill, so Ions; threatened by a combinatarti acaaal length carried successfully throuifh litti c oi the Boiuc of Common*, and may nowue ife in .ill its essential provisions, as, from indicaid« iii the upper House by peers on presentment of peti,:i-, no serious obstacle is to be

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. biNGAPOKE Tuesday 15th July 1843. The importance of Singapore as an entrepot of Commerce and the connecting link in the trade carried on between British India and China is in itself sufficient to point out the necessity which exists that a journal should be especially devoted to

SINCAPORE SHIPPINC NEWS.

ARRIVALS. [ARTICLE]

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ARRIVALS. iuly Bth —FrMirh iMp Oamxr, Caxalia, from Bordeaux, March Sith J<aMcnner»,—Mea*r». Dagobcrt, PiiUou and tcrrad otter tank Mi»ionaric». tiriush Harjuo Hn.Tru.Tv.Tallid**-, from Newport, Minb 19th. Britinta barnoo Avoci, H iwtr, fr»m Newport Match sth Bth —Britnh »hip Charlie Forbes, WoUiii, from Bombay Junr Uth Britwh haniup Willim J«», )<ruwn,

DEPARTURES. [ARTICLE]

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DEPARTURES. J;ily »th BritUU h»r^u» Bi*d»-<t, fila«i, to MCajci and Pe»anf. RritUhahtp Ei>. Humiu, Baker, to China. Danish barqu" li-':vi.sbk, Holm, to HiinbJ.-jh 10th—British bsrqu.- Miry Aij, Mamhall, London.l lltta,—riuteh nchojnor k:« Sis-iooiH, to Palembang Datoh barqii" [».«:«i, to Baiuran» llritish l>ru Si >«-..» j, Oi>h Bcnx, t> Milacca and

SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR. Nation v.'w:-' CapUin AjenS. DnMna II. a. i*l*(i >*•-*.• H.U. Stmr i li'.'uethoa Fr. Corvt Ti >ri Brit. Briu Dm. iklp ChrtrtUn Bin. Barq. Col baraej H-it. Hug Julii lint Hrii TyruniB,u Hrig Bri- ■mirt Hn.. Brig l>r»»«l Fr. skip On.'Ul Brit. Urix WilKtm 4ji»t. bn,{

Price Current at Singapore. [ARTICLE]

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Price Current at Singapore. Viiß T. A T.E R AY I) WE STE R N P~S OD U C K T VKS D A V MoRXI.VC, 15xir. JU L V 1645. Tnr: Port of, Singapore is free no Duties are levied on Imports or* Exports no Harbour dues exist. nits

COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [ARTICLE]

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COMME RC IA L REM A RKS. MARKET REPORT. 1 market ,Hrai the past week has been nniuualy dull, Uer* being l^ftle.orno enquiry (or either Europe manufactures or country produce inj transaction, of the week have consequently been very limited so ai scarcely to affect the rates current at the

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IIATKS 01 ttUMCMIPTION. ti r]y }6S P allish dollars or :]6 Company's Rupees. Half Yearly 9 O r SO Quarterly o O r 11 Monthly 1; or 4 Single Coyjr 1 Java Kupoe. 'Subscriptions Advertisements and commuiv c should be addressed tn the Editor No. 7,1/. mnueruial S^naicalso to the