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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

MISCELLANEOUS. The Portuguese slave brig Santo Antonio was wrecked near Hout Bay on the 28th ultimo, while attempting to reach Simon's Bay. She left Rio de Janeiro the latterend of February last, having   been detained by H.M. brig Partridge. Nothing of her cargo (spirits) has been saved, and nothing of the vessel could be seen on the 1st instant, with the exception of the whole beach near Hout Bay being covered with rotten pieces of her tim- ber, so that it has astonished many how she could have kept together during the voyage. — Zuid Afrikaan.     The French barque L'Adolphe Fanny, has, on examination, been condemned as unseaworthy. — Ibid. Providential Escape. — On Saturday last ar- rived at Graham's Town Captain Mitchell, of the barge Georgia, and four seamen, and who had landed a short time before from an open boat on the coast of Cafferland, about three hundred miles further to the eastward. From the account given to us we gather the foll...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

SHIP MAILS. To LONDON, by Agostina, on Saturday, 4th June. To ADELAIDE, by Hawk, on Tuesday, 14th June Communications for the Editor, orders for the paper and advertisements, to be ad- dressed or left at the Launceston, Exami- ner office, Brisbane-street.   TERMS. — Subscription, if paid in advance, sixpence each number ; credit, ten shillings per quarter. Advertisements, 12 lines or under, 3s. 6d. ; and three-pence for every line above twelve, each insertion. The first edition is published in time for the country post, which leaves at twelve o'clock, and a second edition, containing the news by the day's post, is distributed in the town and neighbourhood, by 5 p. m., and for- warded to Patterson's Plains, White Hills, Springs, Perth, and Norfolk Plains,   in the course of the same evening. Ad- vertisements are received till 4 o'clock on Friday evening for the country edition, and till twelve o'clock on Saturday for the town edition. Mr. Georqe Rolwegan. Co...

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LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, Saturday, June 4, 1842. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, Saturday, June 4, 1842. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. It is intended to call a public meeting of our fellow-townsmen to promote the estab- lishment of a public garden ; an object worthy of the countenance of all who are interested in local improvements, or who consider this colony their home. Englishmen, who are never indifferent to the distress of the necessitous, are accused of selishly guarding those gratifications, which few are able to purchase but all are desirous to enjoy ; and that when the beau- ties of nature and art are cultivated by the affluent, they are concealed, like an eastern dame, from public observation. It is urged in reply, that the privilege foreigners freely allow cannot be safely permitted to some classes of our countrymen, prone as they are to stumble over borders, pluck for- bidden fruit, and to seek immortality by scratching their names where they are scarcely ornamental. It may be, however, that the jealousy which generally forbids an indul...

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THE CORSAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

TIIE CORSAIR. The merchants of Launceston, who are all more or less concerned in the little bum-boats which used to be on the station before the steamer made her appearance, seem to have received the pro- position very coolly, and we are sorry to see that our contemporary the Launceston Examiner, from whom we should have expected more public spirit, is busy throwing cold water upon the pro- ject. It will certainly be a pity if the interests of both communities are sacrificed for the sake of few selfish individuals. The above appears in the Port Phillip Patriot of the 19th May, but as the editor transferred the whole of our remarks to his columns, we have no reason to com- plain of his commentary. Our last article admitted the advantage of steam commu- nication between this island and Port Phil- lip, and pointed out the true reasons which would induce the Launceston merchants to decline a partnership in the Corsair. The Hobart Town papers join with those at Port Phillip in complainin...

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POLICE REPORT. Friday, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

.OLICE. RE PORT. Frlday, laiy 27. iSolomon Hulbert, charged'with stealing: a hat ;the property of.Adam Purseliouse, discharged. James Locket, a hired servant, appre hended in Hobart Town on complaint of his. employer, James Robe of Launceston, for having absconded from his service in December last, was discharged upon his 'agreeing to go back and completo his en gagement. George Williamson was ordered to find sureties for threatening to assault Eliza Robertson. William Matchem, ticket-of-leave con stable, was charged with being drunk and neglecting his duty; sentenced to twelve months' hard labour and recommoended to be dismissed the police. iBenjamin Smith, ticket-of-leave, was sen tenced twelve months' hard labour for be ing improperly on the premises of Mr. C. Friend, and inducing his female assigned servant to absent herself. John Dixon conmmitted for five days to the treadmill in deimiult of payment of 5s. for having been drunk. ,Robert Muir fined 5s. for being drunk. Robert Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. Important Sale of Valuable Landed Property. MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD BEGS to announce to capitalists and others that he has received instructions   from the proprietor to submit to public com- petition, at the Royal Exchange Auction Rooms, on TUESDAY, the 14th day of June, 1842, the following valuable FARMS, situate at Patterson's Plains, within four miles of Launceston. The sale to com- mence at one o'clock, LOT 1. LONG VALLEY FARM, containing 410   acres of land, bounded by Dun Eden, the property of Phillip Oakden, Esq., Abel's Hill, and Deep Creek Farm. LOT 2. DEEP CREEK FARM, 585 acres, bound- ed by the properties of P. Oakden, Esq., W. E. Lawrence, Esq., lots 1, 3, and 5, and the Deep Creek. LOT 3. Five hundred and forty-six and a quarter acres of LAND, bounded by the proper- ties of R. Manley and James Flexman, Esqrs., and lots 2 and 5. LOT 4. FRAME VALLEY FARM, 124 acres of land, bounded by the properties of James Flexman, and W. E. Lawr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

SIIIPPING. FOR LONDON. — The well-known first-class and fast-sailing ship HENRY, 420 tons, William Walmesly, commander, having the great part of her cargo engaged, will meet with quick des- patch. For freight or passage, having su-   perior accommodations, apply to EDDIE & CO. March 8, 1842. FOR ADELAIDE. — The well known schooner CHALLENGER, just arrived, will return to the above port immediately. For freight or passage, apply to CONNOLLY & Co. May 6, 1842. FOR HOBART TOWN. — The schooner PRINCE OF DEN- MARK, Cummins, master, daily expected, will return to the above port immediately. For freight, apply to CONNOLLY & CO. May 18. WANTED. — A steady female, as house servant — apply at the Examiner office. April 21. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT — For Sale by private contract — Lot 1. The estate of RAVENSWOOD, containing 1230 acres, of which 100 acres are under cultivation in convenient enclosures, and upwards of 200 acres more capable of cul- tivation at a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA . — The fast-sailing schooner WILL   WATCH, Captain Harding, will sail for the above port on Monday next — For freight or passage, apply to GEORGE FISHER, Agent. June 4. FOR PORT PHILLTP. — The fine fast-sailing brig FOX, Captain JosephIrving, will sail for the above port,   on Wednesday, the 15th instant. — For freight or passage — apply to JOHN GRIFFITHS. Bridge Wharf, June 4, 1842. FOR PORTLAND BAY. — The well known regular trader ES- SINGTON, Captain Dutton, will sail for the above port, on Tuesday next. — For freight or passage, apply to JOHN GRIFFITHS. Bridge Wharf, June 3. FOR SYDNEY. — The fine, fast- sailing barque SOCRATES, Capt. Grant, will sail for the above port, on Satur- day, the 11th instant. — For freight or pas- sage, apply to JOHN GRIFFITHS. Bridge Wharf, June 3. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. B. Francis, At his rooms, on MONDAY, the 6th of June at one o'clock, ONE case MUFFS and BOAS   One cask very...

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HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. May 23. — Schooner Flying Squirrel, from Port Phillip 15th instant, with sheep. May 25. — Schooner Abeona, from Port Phillip 15th instant, with sheep. May 30. — Ship Somersetshire, 449 tons, Motley, master, from Plymouth 19th January, with 219 male prisoners ; Surgeon Superintendent, T. Gibson, Esq., R.N. Passenger for Sydney, Bre- vet Lieutenant-Colonel J. N. Jackson, 99th regt. The guard consists of 1 sergeant and 41 rank and   file of the 50th and 99th regiments, under the command of Ensign R. A. Farrington, of the 51st K.O.L.I., with 3 women and 1 child.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON. ARRticVALS. Mam 28.-Steamer Corsair, 186 tons, Bell, mans. ter, fromn Port Phillip; J. Itaven, agent.' Pas sengers-Major Kelsall, Lieutenant Marlin and servant, Mr. titchlie, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Hamlil ton, Mr. Smith, Mr. Nathan, Mr. Murdock, Dr. Smart, Mr. Alexander, Miss Mitchell, Mrs.Bell, Williami Nowatt, William Farrell, Patrick Doglh erty, James Mitchell. fMay 28.--Brig Scout, 05 tons, Gwatkin, ians ter, troom Port Phillip; Willis & Co., agents. Passcngers-Margaret White, Samuel Kearney. May 30.-Schooner Sir John Fraknli, 52 tons, Jenkins. master from Port Phillip; G. Fisher, agent. Passenger-John Taylor. June I.-llarqieo Socrates 152 tons, Grant, master, from Sydney; J. Grflilths, agent. June 1.--Schooner Essington, 123 tons, DIt ton, master, fromn Port Fairy ; J. Griffiths, agent. Passengers-Mr. J. Cox, Mr. Purbeck, W. Kelly, J. Smith, wife and child, J. Williams, J. Chalpman, C. Fearbottom, A. D)unbar. June 2.-Schooner Waill Watch, 63...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

DEPARTURIES. Mlay 28.-Schooner Richard Mlount, 178 tons, Dawson, imaster, for Guan ; lIenty & Co., agents. May 30.--Schooner Loucstgft, 114 tons, Irvine, master, for Port l'hillip; J. Grillitlhs, agent. P'assengers-Mr. Waller, Captain Ielnniker. June 1.-Schooner Challenger, 8t tons, Ilobert son, master, for Adelaide ; Connolly & Co., agents. Passengers-Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Towers, Mrs. Wood. June 1.-Brig lHenry, 107 tons, Grainger, mas ter, for Port Phillip ; Tregnrtha, agent. Passen gers-Mr. C. . G. Doughty, t. M'Cracker, Joseph Lacey. June 2.-Steamner Corsair, 186 tons, Bell, mas ter, for Port Phillip; J. Raven, agent. Passen. gers-Mcssrs. Marzetti, James Haven, Arden, K. J. King, Captain llennaiker, Mrs. Doddry,Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Cready, William Browne, George Vickers, William Patterson, John IIores.

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LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, Saturday, June 4, 1842. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, Saturday, .Tune 4, 1842. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. It is intended to call a public meeting of our fellow-townsmen to plromote the estab lishnment of a pubIlic garden ; an object worthy of the counlllenance of all who are interested in local improvemcnts, or who consider this colony their home. Englisuhmen, who are never indifferent to the distress of the necessitous, are accused of selfishly guarding those gratifications, which few are able to purchase but all are desirous to enjoy; and that when the beau ties of nature and art are cultivated by the aliluent, they are concealed, like an castern dame, from public observation. It is urged in reply, that the privilegc foreigners frecly allow cannot be safely permitted to sonme classes of our countrymen, prone as they are to stumble over borders, pluck for bidden fruit, and to seek immnortality by scratclling their names where they are scarcely ornamental. It may be, however, that the jealousy which generally forbids a...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

DEPARTURES.   May 28. — Schooner Richard Mount, 178 tons, Dawson, master, for Guam ; Henty & Co., agents. May 29. — Schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Irvine, master, for Port Phillip ; J. Grflliths, agent. Passengers — Mr. Waller, Captain Henniker. June 1. — Schooner Challenger, 89 tons, Robert- son, master, for Adelaide ; Connolly & Co., agents. Passengers — Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Towers, Mrs. Wood. June 1. — Brig Henry, 107 tons, Grainger, mas- ter, for Port Phillip ; Tregurtha, agent. Passen- gers — Mr. C. G. Doughty, R. M'Cracker, Joseph Lacey. June 2. — Steamer Corsair, 186 tons, Bell, mas- ter, for Port Phillip ; J. Raven, agent. Passen- gers — Messrs. Marzetti, James Raven, Arden, K. J. King, Captain Henniker, Mrs. Doddry, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Cready, William Browne, George Vickers, William Patterson, John Hores.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. May 28. — Steamer Corsair, 180 tons, Bell, mas- tcr, from Port Phillip ; J. Raven, agent. Pas- sengers — Major Kelsall. Lieutenant Martin and servant, Mr. Ritchie, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Hamil- ton, Mr. Smith, Mr. Nathan, Mr. Murdock, Dr. Smart, Mr. Alexander, Miss Mitchell, Mrs. Bell, William Nowatt, William Farrell, Patrick Dogh- erty, James Mitchell. May 28. — Brig Scout, 95 tons, Gwatkin, mas- ter, from Port Phillip ; Willis & Co., agents. Passengers — Margaret White, Samuel Kearney. May 30. — Schooner Sir John Franklin, 52 tons, Jenkins. master from Port Phillip ; G. Fisher, agent. Passenger — John Taylor. June 1. — Barque Socratces, 152 tons, Grant, master, from Sydney ; J. Griffiths, agent. June 1. — Schooner Essington, 123 tons, Dut- ton, master, from Port Fairy ; J. Griffiths, agent. Passengers — Mr. J. Cox, Mr. Purbeck, W. Kelly, J. Smith, wife and child, J. Williams, J. Chapman, C. Fearbottom, A. Dunbar. June 2. — Schooner Wi...

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EXPORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

EXPORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week May 30. — Per schooner LOWESTOFT, from Port Phillip. 101 bags oats, 2850 palings, J. Guillan ; 50 bags pollard, 270 bags flour, 255 ditto oats, R. L. Orr ; 81 bags oats ; J. Down & Co. ; 2300 palings, 200 bundles laths, Longhurst & Co. ; 1000 bushels sheat, 50 bags flour, J. Griffiths.   June 1. — Per brig HENRY, for Port Phillip. 4 tons hay, 40,000 shingles, 2000 palings, J. Guillan ; 2500 palings, J. H. Campbell ; 6000 palings, W. Longhurst; 1200 palings, John Pyle ; 6 tons hay, G. Fisher ; 3 carts, Wallers ; 9 hogs- heads 8 quarter-casks brandy , J. Raven. June 1. — Per schooner CHALLENGER, for Adelaide. 223 bags wheat, 208 ditto oats, 16 chests tea, 10 half-chests ditto, 5 bags coffee, 2 boxes apparel, 20 bags flour, Connolly & Co. : 29 bags flour, 22 ditto oats, 1 case fruit, R. Evans ; 60 bags flour, 23 ditto oats, 8 bags potatoes, 1 citto nails, J. Guillan ; 90 bags oats, 80 ditto flour, 2...

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THE STORY OF THE OLD WOLF. (Translated from the German.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

TIlE STORY OF THE OLD WOLF. (Translatedfromn the Germna.) CIIAPTEI 11. TIIR wrath of the Wolf was excessive, but after some tinme it begani to subside. Mankind, it was evident, did not ilipreciate as they ought the dawn )t' intelligence among the hluuline race-the first hlullt efforts of the lrute iilcllect to attain ilani cipation lionll ignoraice and savageismn. How ever, lie wouil try njiiln. l'erseveranclle might conquer destilny. The Great, thought lie, are niot ailways thus iunfortunate. Certaiinly it should not he so in lily case. But, ha I herIe comes anotherll shepherd ; niethinks a man of thloughtfil aspect. lPerhaps, I may yet secure a bertlh : at any rate, I will try. So old Isegrimo began-" low is this, niy dear friend, yoll seem displeased this morllillg-nothitlng unpileisiant I hope, chl? '' Friend, indeed,'' said the shephlerd ; " pretty frtiendship you and such like rascals show : will you never learn to be honest. But no matter ; I shall be on the alert, and I?' pi...

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IMPORTS Vessels reported inwards during the week. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

IMPORTS Vessels reported inwards during the week. May 28. — Per steamcr CORSAIR, from Port Phillip. 5 horses, J. Ritchie ; 2 bales sacks, J. Griffiths ; 1 horse, order. May 28. — Per brig SCOUT, from Port Phillip. 202 sheep, order. May 30. — Per schooner SIR JOHN FRANK- LIN, from Port Phillip. 1 casc merchandise, J. H. Campbell ; 7 cases stationery, H. Dowling ; 27 bags of bags, J. Griffiths. June 1. — Per barque SOCRATES, from Syd- ney. 2 iron safes, Fletcher ; 150 tons coals, J. Griffiths.   June 1. — Per schooner ESSINIGTON, from Port Fairy. 36 head cattle, 250 sheep, 1½ tons potatoes, 1 keg butter, 9 bales wool, John Grif- fotjs ; 33 bales wool, Borradaile & Co. June 2. — Per schooner WILL WATCH, from Port Phillip. 16 bags seeds, Flexman ; 14ditto   bags, J. Griffiths.

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THE STORY OF THE OLD WOLF. (Translated from the German.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

THE STORY OF THE OLD WOLF. (Translated from the German.) CIIAPTER II. The wrath of the Wolf was excessive, but after some time it began to subside. Mankind, it was evident, did not apreciate as they ought the dawn of intelligence among the lupuline race — the first faint efforts of the brute intellect to attain eman- cipation from ignorance and savageism. How ever, he would try again. Perseverance might conquer destiny. The Great, thought he, are not always thus unfortunate. Certainly it should not be so in my case. But, ha ! here comes another shepherd ; methinks a man of thoughtful aspect.   Perhaps, I may yet secure a berth : at any rate, I will try. So old Isegrim began — " How is this, my dear friend, yon seem displeased this morning — nothing unpleasant I hope, eh ? " Friend indeed," said the shepherd ; "' pretty friendship you and such like rascals show : will you never learn to be honest. But no matter ; I shall he on the alert, and by precaution frustrate the d...

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THE LECTURE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

THE LECTURE LIST. It is true a lecturer has withdrawn from the list published by the Mechanics' Insti- tute, to avoid the abuse of a newspaper. We offer no opinion on his decision. He   had a right to prefer his own peace to the gratification of a meeting. Literary mar- tyrdom is commended but by few examples, and but slender rewards. Yet if we are not authorised to dictate the path of another, we may express our regret that it should occasion a despicable critic a mo- mentary triumph. Could a lecturer ex- pect the approbation — even the neutrality — of the Cornwall Chronicle ? We may be told it is hard on gentlemen, when obeying public solicitation, to be held forth to the ridicule of Goths and Van- dals : that those who contribute their quota of money and intelligence should be described as swindlers or fools. We admit it ; but it is impossible for that editor to be indifferent — for him not to abhor every imaginable association to elevate the in- tellect or improve t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

TIIE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Friday, May 27, 1842. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, May 26, 1842. Memoranda of Free Pardon have been ordered for 653 Joseph Howett, Sir Charles Forbes (1), and 1510 Edward Howard, Surrey (3), until her Majesty's pleasure be known. Tickets-of-leave have been granted to the fol- lowing convicts, viz. :— Thomas Bostock, Moffatt (2) ; Thomas Burn, Moffatt (1) ; James Chedle, Earl St. Vincent ; Henry Courtney, Moffatt (2) ; Robert Edwards, ditto ; Elizabeth Ellis, Atwick ; William Faulk- ner, Moffatt (1) ; Samuel Fisher, Moffatt (2) ; George Green, Moffatt (1) ; George Mathias Howard, Frances Charlotte ; Richard Heyes, Surrey (2) ; Francis Heritage, Moffatt (2) ; Han- nah Jones, Mary ; Matthew M'Loriman, Eudora ; Geo. Morgan, Layton (2) ; John Nice, Mangles ; William Watson, Moffatt (2) ; Patrick M'Donald, Marian Watson ; William Walker, Moffatt (1) ; Isaac Williamson, Elphinstone (1) ; William Ward, ditto ; Isabella Urquhart, Westmoreland. PRINCIPAL SUPERINTENDE...

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