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Ship Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
*Ij(ji fttatls. To SYDNEY, per William, on Wednesday, the 25th instant. To ADELAIDE, by Challenger, on Thursday, the 26th instant. To LONDON, by AgoOhta, on Tuesday, the 31st instant. To LONDON, via Hobart Town, per Bamrmt, on Thursday, 26th iustant. To SINGAPORE, per Canada, via Hobart Town, on Monday, 30th instant. St. John E. Browne, Postmaster.
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. CHRISTENING OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. CIIHISTKNIKG OF THE TIUXCE OF WALES. 'This ceremony was performed with great pomp at St. George's Chapel, Windsor. His Majesty the King of Prussia was present on the occasion. We have only space to make the following extract from a lengthy report of this interesting proceeding : — The Christening. — On the Queen's enter ing the choir, the grand march from Judas Mac cabeus was performed on the organ by Dr. Elvey. Before its completion, however, the royal party had taken their seats, and a signal was given to discontinu^-the performance. It was understood that her Majesty hud expressed a wish that the ceremony should not be protracted by instru mental performances, and that it was in compli ance with the Queen's express desire and that alone that any abreviation took place in the musical arrangements previously decided on. The organ having ceased the Archbishop of Canterbury commenced the reading of the bap tismal service. His Grace read the beautiful Liturgy of t...
LAUNCESTON PRIC CUENTER[?], CORRECTED TO MAY 21, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
? -IOBEiBQl«D*6.i«A*21, 1842, ? _'? WMltsale.. ^BttaU. Alb £ s. 4, £ a. d. Elliott's...... .per hhd. 6 0 0 5 10 0 Ind and Smith.. ' 5 0 0 5 10 0 Bottxed — ? . . ' Dunbar's. ? perdoz. N0 ll 0 0 12 6 Taylor's and others ' (KlO 0*' 0 ll 6 Beer— . » P.oifter.Taylor'B.perhhdi 5 0 0 6 0 0 Elliott's ? ' 4 0 0 4 15 0 Tr-uemanjai,:^,. ' 4 6, 0 5 6 0 Hoare's... ? ' 4 0 0 4 16 0 Bottled— Dunbar's ? perdoz. 0 11 0 0 12 6 Taylor's and others ' 0 10 0 0 11 6 Spirits — Brandy ? per gall. 0 6 0 0 6 6 Rum, proof B.P. ' 0 4 0 0 4 6 Hollands, in wood pale.. duty paid, 4-gall. cases 4 0 0 4 10 0 Fruits — Currants, Zante, per lb. 0 0 8 0 0 10 Raisins, Muscatel ' 0-0 8 , S» 0 1 Smyrna.. ' '?? -dfc: Cape..... ' 0 0 6 W 0 7 Wines.. : Sherry, wood., .per pipe 45 0 0 0 0 0 Bottled.. perdpz. 1 12 0 0 0 0 Port, wood .... .per pipe Bottled...per doz. 1 15 0 0 0 0 Tka— ' ' . Hyson Skin... per chest 8 10 0 10 0 0 Hyson ? ' 12 0 0 15 0 0 Bohea ? '! ' Congou ? . .. ? ?T~ 10 0 0 12 0 0 Souchong..... ' 12 0 0 14 0 0 ...
IMPORTANCE OF FIRE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
IMPORTANCE OF FIRE INSURANCE. The following article from the New South Wales Examiner, contains a useful hint lo Merchants. The partial destruction of the Lain Raffles hy fire, when on the point of sailing with a valuable cargo for London, suggests to our mercarifjlc.com munity in a very emphatic manner, the necessity bs well as the importance of insurance froin -fire It was not until several serious conflagrations had taken place in Sydney, that landlords discovered the advantages of ; an Insurance Company, but that its advantages were eventually discovered, is obvious from the feet that a second association for Fire Insurances has sprung up within the last twelve months, and that a sufficient business is fou nd for the profitable operation of this one, as we 1 as of its predecessor. We trust that jt will not require the burning of half a dozen ships, to prove the obvious necessity of insuring cargoes from the effect of this most destructive element, while in port — but that our me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
WALTER BOBSONS ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given, that a dividend of Is. 6d. in the pound, is now payable by the Under-mentioned, to those creditors on the above e&tate, who have sent in their claims and declara tions. F. PALMER, Trustee of said Estate. Queen's Wharf, Launceston, May 18, 1842. NOTICE. Black Swan Brewery and Malt-lwuse. THOMAS DUDLEY informs tbe Public in general, that he lias engaged the services of an experienced brewer and malster, and in tends commencing Malting ; also brewing beer free of adulteration,. from malt and hops only. N. B. Malt and hops sold in any quantity. Persons requiring their own barley malted can have it done on application at the brewery. Wellington-street, Launceston. May 14. WANTED three hundred bushels of good seed oats J. DOWN & CO. May 18. WANTS a situation as store-keeper or farm overseer, by a young man newly arrived in the colony from Scotland, can produce unex ceptional references. Apply to A. B. (if by letter post paid) ...
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY. MAY 23. We do not agree willi a contemporary who dis approves of ihe establishment of Municipal Institutions in the Australasian Colonies. On llie contrary, we hail- their introduction with much gratification. We cannot comprehend our contemporary's assertion that ' the clamour for free Institutions is ridiculous, unless the principle of Legislation by representation be conceded in its fullest extent.' We should look upon any partial introduction of the elec tion franchise as a small instalment of our rights, and value it accordingly. Indeed we question the prudence of effecting so sudden a change in the Government of any Colony, as that which our contemporary seems to desire. The great transition from a state of bondage to that of in dependence could not be safely and suddenly accomplished. The change should be gradual. The establishment of corporations in the two principal towns, would he the first steps ; and why not seize upon every opportunity of...
CONCLUSION OF MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
CONCLUSION OF MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. The number now published concludes this ad mireable work ; and in the preface, the talented author has taken leave of ths public till November, 1842, when, if Providence permit, he intends to come before them again with a new work. His time will be occupied in a visit to America. The tale is well wound up. We copy the following extract rrom it : — Preparations for the execution of the principal rioters. ' The yard was filled with people ; bluff civic functionaries, officers of justice, soldiers, the cu rious in such matters, and guests who had been bidden as to a wedding. Hugh looked about him, nodded gloomily to some person in authority, who indicated with his hand in what direction he was to proceed ; and clapping Baruaby on the shoulder, passed out with the gait of a lion. ' They entered a large room, so near to the scaffold that the voices of those who stood about it could be plainly heard : some beseeching the javelin men to take them out ...
LONDON, Decr. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
L0ND0N.-Drer. 20. Wool. — Lbeui, Dec 17 ? The present Has been a flat week in this branch of trade, as is usually the case at this season of the year. Prices may be quoted the same sb last week. Liverpool, Dec. 18 ? Scotch.— There continues to be a limited -inquiry for Laid Highland Wool at our quotations; it is expected there will be rather more doing after the new year. There is a fair demand for white, and there is now a moderate supply ; prices are tower than they were a couple of months ago. There is a steady demand for good parcels of Crossed at our quotations. There is little or no demand for good Cheviots, but the stock of the latter article is very light. We have heard of nothing being done in White Laid, of which there is a moderate stock in the market s. d. s. d. Laid Highland Wool, per 24 lb. ... 8 9 to 9 0 White do. do. ? II 9 12 0 Laid Crossed do. unwashed ... 16 10 6 Do. washed do. ... ... ... 10 0 11 6 Do. Cheviot unwashed do. ... 10 0 11 6 Do. washed ? 14 0 18 0 Do ...
OATLANDS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
OATLANDS RACES. A large as6eniblage-of. sportsmen, a great portion of whom were' from Launceston as sembled at the Oatlands course, on Monday last. The weather was fine, and the sport, ac cording to aU accounts, excellent. The races commenced with a — ? . : Sweepstakes of 100 sovs. each; 3 miles, New Town Plate weights ; half forfeit. The following horses were.^nfered for this race : Mr. Macmichael's Litt'e John, 3 years old Kearney's Smolaisko, 4 years old Baynton's Sancho, aged ': ? ' ? Gee's Welcome, aged ' Dry's PamVi, 4 years old Field's Rambler, 3 years old Little John did not start. Smolcnsko was the favorite for this race, and the Hobartonians were betting heavily upon him. Welcome took die lead at starting, and kept it for about a mile and a-half, the other horses following in a cluster. Little Yanish then .made play,, headed them all, and won the race ensily by about three lengths. The value of the stakes was about £700. The horses were placed as follows :— Vanish I Smolen...
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. (From the London, and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) . Velvets, satins, water silks, and poults de soie, are the materials generally in use at this moment. In velvets and all thick materials the make is usu ally with the corsage a point and berthe, of rich embroidery ; sleeves tight, with the two seams. In Jiffhter materials t.hfi utirfs arc nrnnmonto/t with four or five tucks, edged with lace, the cor sage drape from the shoulders; tight sleeves, the whole length with biats, edged with lace ; a long ceinture of sarcenet riband. Satin dresses are frequently trimmed with' velvet of the same color, either en tablier or revers, and fur is much used on velvets. Crape dresses ae made with double skirts ; the front breadth of the upper is sometimes open en tablier, which, as well as the back part of the skirt, is trimmed round with lace, the under skirt having only a hem. Tight sleeves without any ornament, are denominated a la Quaker. Orange is the fashionable ...
NEW ZEALAND—April 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
NEW ZEAiAND-/«OT«6rt. Ale, In bottle, per dozen, 13s. ; Bread, per 21b. loaf, 8d- ; Bunds, first quality, pergallonin bond, 6s. to 9s. ; Hour, |*. atwUty, «sr, ten, rtm- U»», £30 to £33 ; 2nd ditto. £25 j Mutton, carcase per, lb. 9d. to lid. ; Oft black, in cask, per ton, £15; Sperm, £75 ; Pork, fresh, carcase per lb. 4i ; Potatoes, New Zealand, per ton, £6 to £8; 'Bum, J?.B; P., per gallon, in bond, 4s. tQ *fci SpaR.Hwcr'i, London, pei ?t0p,.£miBw£' Hug, per, lOO/eeL IS* to £U Sjunglra, #* loft N.Z, llT7iiVj dit^, V, t), L. 2L 5s, ; Tar, coah 1J. 5s, ; Tobacco, npgrohead, per lb. Is. 6d. ; Whalebone, per ton ««. tom-, W«e, Sherry, per pipe, Bffl. fo401. ; ditto, per dozen, lit 4s. to 21. ; Cowl, milch, 20L to 301.; Mares, brood, 601. to Wl, i. Sheep, each, 11. & to 1.1, t/h
SUPREME COURT, HOBART TOWN TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
SUPREME COURT, HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, HAT 10, 1842. Mr. Stephen, in re Thomas Riley, of Launceston, an insolvent, moved for a writ of certinrari, in order to direct W. G. Sams, Esq., the Insoivcn! Commissioner, to bring up ?' the record of decision' (the revocation, namely, r,f an order of discharge), in order to have such decision reminded. The learned counsel grounded his application upon the affidavit which he held in liis Imud ; and in accord ance with the 104th section of the Insolvent Act. The circumstances of the case were as follow : — On the 17th February, 1841, Riley, who nas a confectioner at Laun ceston, being insolvent, applied for his order of dis charge, which was postponed for twelve months. On the 1 7th of February, 1842, he again applied, aud ob tained an order of discharge; and on the 26ih of the same month, he was arrested by parties whose names had been inserted in the schedule, who had had due no lice of his insolvency, and who had attei-ded various , meetings a...
POETRY. I REMEMBER, I REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
POSTEtlT. I REMEMBER, I RFMEHDER. I remember, r remember, : The bouses where I was born, The liulc window where the sun Came peeping in at morn . He never came a wink loo soon, Nor bring too long a day ; Hut now, 1 often wish the night Had boms mv breath away I I remember, 1 remember. The ruses— red anc- while; The violets and (he lily-cups. These flowers made of light I The lilacs where the robin built, And where my brothr set The .i'jurnam on his birth-day,— The tree is living yet I ] remember, I remember. Where I was used to swing; And thought the nir inust rush as fresh To Swallows cm the wing ; J\ly spirits flew in feathers then, That is so heavy now, And summer pools could hardly cool The fever on my brow ! 1 remember, I remember, The lir tree dark and high; I used to think their slender tops Were close against the sky ; It was a childish ignorance, But now 'tis little joy To know I'm farther off from hcav'n Then when 1 was a boy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
FOB. XiONAON. 6&&..THE well-know first class and fast sailing jgjXgfship HENRY, 420 Ions, Wm. Wamsley, commander, having the greater part of her cargo already engaged, will, meet with quick despatch. * Forfreightor passage, having superior accomoda- 1 lions, apply to EDDIE & Co. Mov. 27. Fox fcoridon.— With all despatch. ^ -iCT- THE Splendid, New, British-built -*f Jjfijlk. Bll'P AGOSTINA, A 1 burthen n-jnHJflK 400 tons, ,VV, Perrv, commander . ? 6hBm Tne 'linng qualites of this vessel Ure well known ; the greater pan of her cargo is ' engaged, and as she takes no oil, it renders her very desirable for a wool cargo. For 'terms of freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Henty and Co., Con tiolly and Co., or , „ J. DOWN & Co. .. January t. %__.' .'.»«*.. ? .. ? ??-- For Sydney. .*k/vT»E Packet Brig WILLIAM, Le ? J^w+R*- CrBiAND, Commai.der, will sail for the jEAjagg above port positively on Wednesday JSSJfff ne*t. For freight or pas...
Hobart Town Skipping. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
Hobart Town .Shipping. May 13 ? Sailed the schooner Mirian Watson, for Sydney, with sundries. ' May 15— Sailed the schooner Adelaide, for Port Phillip, with sundries. . May id.— Sailed the schooner LiUiatj for Port Phil lip, with sundries. ' May 15 ? Sailed the brig Sir John Byttg, for Sydney, with sundries. May 15— Sailed the brig Packet, for Sydney, with sundries. ? ? „ May 14.— Arrired the schooner Marys, from Port Adelaide, with sundries jBDd 16 passengers. May M.— Arrived the schooner Waterhh/, irom byd ney.wilh sundries. . .-.:.'?: May J4;— Arrived the brig Maguasha, from Sydney with sundries.' . ?' . . ? May IB. —Bailed the bargue Emma Eugene, 385 torn, Krttlewell master, for Singapore, in ballast.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
BIRTHS.—At Melbourne on Sunday the 8th instant, &nbsp; &nbsp; the lady of Mr. Cashmore, of a daughter. —On Saturday, the 7th instant, at her residence, &nbsp; Little Flinders-street, Melbourne the lady of the Reverend James Yelverton Wilson, of a daughter. MARRIED—At Bourke-street Melbourne on the 5th &nbsp; current, by special license, by the Rev. James For- bes, A. M., Mr. William Macvitie of the Treasury, Melbourne, eldest son of the late Thomas Macvitie, &nbsp; &nbsp; Esq., J. P., Managing Director of the Bank of Aus- tralia, Sydney, to Miss Jane Train, daughter of &nbsp; &nbsp; the late William Train, Esq., surgeon, Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland. DIED—At Melbourne, on the 5th instant, Mary, &nbsp; &nbsp; eldest daughter of Mrs King, Formerly of Dro- mara, county Down, Ireland.
Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 May 1842
Haunrreton Sljiuimig list. ARRIVALS. Maq ]7 ? Hrig William, 149 tons, Le Grand, master, from Sydney ; J . Griffiths, agent. Passengers, — Messrs. .Scott, Jiddie, Robert Nouirne, Daby, Roberts, Mr. liennett, Al'Kenney, Tulloch, Mr. John Thoin, James M'Quin, Lindley, Brown, C. Campbell, Edward Byger. May 18 ? Schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Saundorc, master, from Mobart Town; J. Guillan, agent Pas sengers, ? Mrs. Saundcrs, John Johnson, John M'Kay. MauW ? Brig Caroline, 113 tuns, Coombs, master, from liobart Town ; Eddie & Co., agents. May 21 ? Brig Henry, 10' tons, Grainger, master, from 1'ort Phillip: E. 1'. Tregurtha, agent. In ballast. 1'assengers,— Joseph Fary, Elizabeth Locke, Bridget Kelly, Emma Cox. Mat) 21 ? Schooner Loweslqft, 114 tons, Irvine, master, from Port Phillip ; J. Griffiths, agent. Pas sengers, — .Miss Primrose, 1). Aikin. DEPARTURES. May 17.— Steamer Corsair, 166 tons, Bell, master, for Sydney; J. Raven, agent Passengers,— Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Steighlits, Mr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF JAMES H. CAMP BELL:— Stout 3-bushel corn sapks Irish and Ha ml) ro' pork Westphalia lianiB Negrohead tobacco in tierces and half-tierces Fine salt, basket ditto, whiting Oatmeal, pearl and Scute}} barley \ LARGE WEIGHING MACfllNES Counter ditto ' Hops, (Sussex) 1839 Currants, figs, raisins Dunbar's bottled ale and stout Elliott's Pimlico ale, Burton ale Port and sherry in wood and bottle . Claret, Sauterne, Moselle, Frontignao Mus catel, Malaga, Champagne Ratafia, French cordials English gin, Scotch whiskey, rum, brandy A bale of I l-4ths and 12-4ths superior blankets Superior moleskin assorted Mustard, starch, blue and S. twine Snuff, white lead, corks, shot Ship breads very cheap and good Vinegar in hogsheads and half hogsheads JAMES H. CAMPBELL. %* Timber (sawn au4 split) taken, in payment . .: ?? ;- for goods. May25.- ? '. VJ,OVG»KOM. '~ WANTS a Situation as Ploughman, a Single Man, who can plough, sow, reap, and mow ; has n,o 'objection to, make himsel...
LONDON.—Deer 20. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
LONDON ? Deer. io. Wool— Leeds, Dec 17.— The present has-been a flat: week in this branch of trade, as is usually the case at . this season of the year. Prices may be quoted the same as last week. Liverpool, Dec. 18. — Scotch. — There .continues to be a limited inquiry for Laid Highland Wool at our quotations; it is expected there 'ill be rather more doing after the new year. There is a fair demand for white, and there is now a moderate supply; prices are lower than they were a couple of months ago. There is a steady demand for good parcels of Crossed at our quotations. There is little or v.o demand for good Cheviots, but the stock of the latter article is very light. We have heard of nothing being done in White Laid, of which -there is a-noderale stock in the market. s. d. s. d. Laid Highland Wool, per 241b. ... -6 9 to 9 O White do. -lo ? II 9 12 0 Laid Crossed do. unwashed ... 16 10 6 Oo. washed do. ... ... ... 10 O II 6 Do. Cheviot unwashed do. ... 10 0 11 6 Do. washed ? 14 0 18...
NEW ZEALAND—April 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
NEW 'ZEALAND— Avriim. Ale, in bottle, per dozen, 13s. ; Bread, per 21b. loaf 8d. ; Brandy, first quality, per gallon in bond, 6s. to 9s. ; Flour, 1st quality, per ton ot 2000 lbs. .£30 lo £33 ; 2nd ditto, ±'25 ; Mutton, carcase per lb. 9d. to 1 Id. ; Oil, black,' in cask, per ton, ±'15; Sperm, £75; Pork, fresh, carcase per lb, 4d ; Potatoes, New Zealand, per ton, £5 to £S; Rum, P. B. P., per gallon, in bond, 4s. , to 6s. ; Soap, Hawcs's, London, per ton, £40; Scant ling, per 100 feet, 18s. to £1 ; Shingles, perJOOO, N.Z. 11, 7s.; ditto, V. D. L. 21. 6s. ; Tar, coal, II. 5s.; Tobacco, ucgrobead, per lb. Is. Bd ; Whalebone, per ton 851. to 901. ; Wine, Sher y, per pipe, 281. to 401. ; ditto, per dozen, Jl. 4s. to 21.; Cows, milch, 201. io 301. ; Mares, brood, 601. to 901. ; Sheep, each, II. 8s io II. :10s.