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GARDENING FOR THIS WEEK.I

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EMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES. Yesterday was the day appointed for the hiring out of the immigrants lately arrived by the vssel" Samuel Plimsoll." The total number of passengers who arrived by that ship was 407-viz., 64 married, 11.5 unmarried m?n 38 unmarried women, and 12i children under 12 years of age. Of the 3S un- married women all but four went to friends in the colony. Yesterday morning quite a crowd of ladies and a few gentlemen assembled at twelve o'clock in the Immigrants' flum-, Macqnarie Street, expecting that there would be many of the immigrants anxious to go to service, the ladies on their part bdhg no less anxions to secure, if possible, what appears to be in this colony as rare a treasnrc as the fabled,, r(,c's eg"- a good m'lid servant. For the four women waiting engagement there were no less than 103 applicants, and they were consequently speedily secured. The desire to obtain the services of the married couples and unmarried men was scarcely less grea* The variety of occupations which the men had hded was very great. Gardeners, agricul- tural labourers, and milkers were in demand, and tradesinon, such as carpenters and joiners, were no f?a ao'?ht after. The wages offered were ?uod ?U -oun l? Three men at least refused E40 per annum, wit? hop and I?d?ng- "/hit"t the ?en?r?? Mte of w?ga OfFor?-d and ao.'?.ted wa from £ 30 to ?40 ?it h h?a'd and lo 'gia?'for unmarried men, and 672 4J. ner annum, with board and lodgings for mat cd ionples. A number of tho tradesmen went into the ?ity. and on returning to the ship, they stated thai hey had obtained situations, cirpentcra at once re- ceiving lis. a day. Almost without exception the- irnmigranta were healthy industiiou -looking oeople, tnd we were informed that from 3(; to 40 of the married and unmarried men showed to the irnmi- *raiion officer draits which they had in th-ir posses- sion upon the baaks in the colony for sums of money varrying from to £ 40, good testimony that the Agent-* General had been careful in his selection of the peopiu he Hent out to roa^e their future homo in our midst.âSydney IJornmj IlcroM,

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