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LAUNCESTON PRICE CURRENT. DORREUTED TO MAY 28, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
[?] ?? ? ? ?:. ??:??:-.;.. .- ??'? ^J^W^mMam^- '*r«sa. Ale ?', £ 8. d. £^. *&, Elliott's ? .perhhi 6 0 0 6 10 0 IntLatodamHih.., «. /. ; 6 JOl 0 fbW) 0 Bottled — .' .. Dunbar's ? .perdoa. 0 11 sO iO 12 6 Taylor's and others ' '0 10 -4) 0 1-1 6 Beer — Porter. Taylor's.perhhd. 6 0 0 6 0 0 Elliott's ? ' 4 0 0 -415 O Trueman's ? ' 4 6 0 £ & 0 Hoare's ? r« 4 0 0 4 15 0 Bottled — Dunbar's...... per doz. 0 31- 0 0 12 6 Taylor's ana others ' 0 10 0 0 11 6 Spirits — Brandy ? ^pe1'?''' 0 8 0 O 0 H Rum, proof B.P. ' 0 4 0 0 4 fl Hollands, in wood pale., duty paid, 4-gall. cases 4 4 0 4 10 0 Fbuits — . ./ Currants,. Zante, perlb. 0 0 8 Oj) 10 Raisins, Muscatel ' 0 0 8 0 ^k-lQ Smyrna . . '. JJk Cape ? ' 0 0 6. 0 « 7 Wines.. Sherry, wood., .per pipe 45 0 0 ;0 0 fl Bottled.. perSoz. 1 12 O t- 0 O Port, wood.-.i^perpigg . ' Bottlfid.,.per doz. 1 16 0 0 D fl Tka— . Hyson Skin... per chest 8 10 0 10 0 0 Hyson ? ' 12 0 0 15 0 0 Bohea ? ' Congou ? ,.. ' 10 0 0 12 0 0 Souchong ? ' 12 0 0...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
SYDNEY. '*? . Our Sydney journals, received per Corsair, are down to tbe 18ih instant. The Legislative Council liaJ assembled, and several bil.-s had undergone .the ceremony of a' first reading. The second reading of the Corporation Bill was fixed for tbe 31st .instant. It did not seem likely lo meet with much opposition. An ad Jh»o t\T ffinrrratnldfinn \\nA V\ao\\ Vfit&fl tn Hai* UIC39 Ul U/llgiaiUMUVII UUU U&^ll » UL17U IA/ B.4^1 Majesty and her. Consort, on the birth -if an heir to the throne. - The subject of emigration had been again Introduced, ? arid. Sir George Gipps-delivered H lenjgtby speech, which contains some valuable information. We shall refer to it more particularly next week. It is proposed by u bill about to be introduced to amend the Art 4 Victoria 13, so as to place the members of a banking company, established by letters patent, on the same footing in regard to tbe liabilities of individual ' members, as those established by royal charter. One l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
fttyiEZauiux&ont!ouriermilVeitvAfttsk&&f!Tyl J_ Monday morning and despatchedby thattitiyb: jio^ttti all parts of die «ountrjr. It will containj a summary of all' the important notices in tbe; Gazette of the preceding Saturday. The terms; of subscription are 6s. OdL per quarter, payable; rif advance, single nuqibers 6d. _ . ' J^T O T J C E. — All Communications intende - Tjjjsfor insertion in this Journal must be ad ' OTsSmI 'To the Editor of the iJauticcstonCourUt . SJprles-s'treet.''. Our Contemporaries are also: iJfueBted to address their' Journals in tbe same: Notice to Advertisers. ' ?A Liadvertisements senttd&is Journal except- u\. ing From Subscribers ihusfcbe paid pnHelivery otherwise they will 1101 be inserted as noacoounw will for the'fiiture be opened for non-subscribers, : The Launceston Courier affords a very desirable medium for advertising, since all advertisements: published therein, are gratuitously inserted in the Launceston Advertis...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. Mr. Editor, It was announced in the pages of last week's Chronicle, that the members of the Me- chanics' Institute, intend to fit out an expedition for the purpose of making a voyage to the Moon, and, that several talented gentlemen are to accompany the expedition, for tbe purpose of exercising their talents,' in enlightening the Lunarians on their arrival at the surface of that satellite. Mr. Operative, in giving a list of the names of the gentlemen who are to ac- company the expedition, has very modestly suppressed his own, and, also that of the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle; but, I beg to inform the public, that it is the intention of the members of the Institute to press both of these gentlemen into the service, provided they can prevail upon the inhabitants of this world, to part with these two bright Luminaries, and consign them- selves for a season to the moral darkness, which their &nbsp; absence would necessarily occasion....
Launceston, shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
Jtanncrston £-ityping Hist. ARRIVALS. Way 27 — Schoouer Hawk, 117 tons, Brown, muter,; from Port Adelaide; Eddie & Co., agents. Passengers,1 Mr. Frogman, Mrs. Crouch, Mr. P. Lambert. Man 28. — Steamer Corsair, 186 tons, Bell, master,, from Port Phillip; J. Raven, agent. 5 horses, J. Ritchie; 2 bales sacks, J. Griffiths; 1 horse, order. Passengers, Major Kelsall, Lieutenant Martin, and servant, Mr. Ritchie, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Hamilton,. Mr. Smith, Mr. Nathan, Mr. Murdock, Dr. Smart, Mr. Alexander, Miss Mitchell, Mrs. Bell, William Nowatt, William Farrell. Patrick Dogherty, James Mitchell May 28.— Brig Scout, 95 tons, Gwatkin master, from' Port Phillip; WilliS & Co., agents. 202 sheep, order. Passengers,— Margaret White, Samuel Kenney. DEPARTURES. May 21.— Schooner Mitierea, 110 tons, Fawthrop, master, 'for Portland Bay ; Henty & Co., agents. Pas sengers,— William Lawrence, Jisq., George Bryant, George Mallett. May 21. — Schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Sanders, m...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 30 May 1842
PORT PHILLIP. We have Melbourne journals to the 26th &nbsp; May. The bushrangers so gallantly captured by a party of volunteers had, been doomed to finish their career upon the scaffold. A public dinner was to be given to the gentlemen who aided in their capture. It appears the bush rangers were in communication with an armed band of bushrangers at Geelong, and another at the Goulburn. It had been planned for the three bands to meet the very night after the aff ray took place at William's Town, in the neigh bourhood of which, they were to be concealed until an opportunity, offered of seizing a ves sel and leaving the Colony. A despatch had &nbsp; been received from his Honor C. J. LaTrobe, Superintendent, announcing that his Excel lency the Governor had received the memorial from Mr. Arden, (at present tin a visit to the Colony) and that his. Excellency has adjudged proper to remit the whole of the sentence in flicted uppn Mr. Arden by Judge Willis. The Seahorse had ...
LONDON—Deer 20. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
LONDON ? Deer. 20. 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 will be rather more doing after the new year. There is a fair demand for white, aud there is no* a moderate supply ; prices are lower than they were a couple of months ago. lhere 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. Laid Highland Wool, per 24 lb. ... 8 9 to 9 0 White do. do. ? '9 »2 0 Laid Crossed do. unwashed ... 1 6 10 G Do. washed do ? ... 10 ' '6 Do. Cheviot unwashed do. ... 10 0 11 6 Do. washed ? I* 0 18 O Do. Cheviot laid with whi...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA—May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
SOUTH AUSTRALIA— Man Ml*. Flour, 28s. to 30s. ; ditto barrel, £W per ton ; barley 4s. Gd. to 5s. ; oats, 7s. to 8s. ; bran. Is. 5d.; rice, ±'16 to £20 ; beef, per lb. 3d. to 5d. ; dairy cows, £8 to ±M2; ewes, 11s. to 20s. ; fat wethers, 10s.; sugar £28 to £32 ; pork, per barrel ; £4, to £i 10 ; wines, dull ; wether lambs, 7s. ; cattle, £7 to £10; seed wheat, 8s. to 10s. ; potatoes, per ton, £10; bread per41bs. Is.; veal and pork, 8d. to lOd. ; mutton, 4d. to 5d.
SYDNEY—May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
SYDNE1.— Slav 19. No sales of wheat of any note have been effected, lhe prices of good colonial wheat range from 5s. to 6s. Gd. per bushel. Hay and straw:— Prices aie the same as last week's, and the supply hi the market this week was not what might have been expected, owing to the heavy rain. Vegetables, provisions, and poultry remain with out any alteration from our last week's quotations. Butchers' meat is of good quality, and the prices may be said to be a shade lower than last week's ; the average is 2Jd. by the carcase, and by the joint 3d. to 4d. Fuel remains at our quotations of last week, and a plentiful supply may be had. I Flodk, Wheat. &c— Barker's Mlls;-Finc flour, 9|s. per lOOIbs., cash 20s.; seconds, 18s., cash 17s. ; breed, 4d. to 5d. per 21b. loaf; fine Uuiscuit, 2Gs. per cwt. ; second ditto, 21s. ditto. Sydney Company's Mills : Fine flour, 21s. per lOOIbs., cash 20s. ; seconds, 16s., ca6h 17s. Colonial wileal, 4s. fid to is. (id. per bushel; Van Piemen's La...
PORT PHILLIP—May 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
PORT PHILLIP— Mail Ul!i. Man-ton's Mills ? fine flour, 22*. ; second, 20s. ; ration, 17s. per lOOIbs.— Is. per lOOIbs. allowed for cash Wheat, 6s. to 7«. per bushel of uulus. ; mauie, Gs. to 7s. per bushel ; bran, 2s. 3d. per 201 bs. Vegetables anu Fruits. — The vegetable and fruit market are the same as quoted last. weak, with the ex ception of potatoes, which have risen Is. per cwt. ; oranges from Od. to lOd. each ; apple* from Is. to Is. Gd. ''sal'eof Bkoad Failing — Mr. Uaiu-lt sold on Sa turday last, in lots of 100 each, 5,000 broad paling, at from 16s. to 20s. per hundred.
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
HOBART TOWN. Return of Grain aud Flour exported from the Port of Hubart Town, during the week ending 31st May, 1842.— Oats, 120 bushels, flour, 69 tons. Ditto, 84 barrels. Kei-uvn of Grain and Flour, imported at the Port of Hobart Town, . during the week ending 31st May, 1842 ? Nil. The Markkts —The price of wheat remains in statu ono— from 7s. 3d. to 7s. 9d. per bushel, iinglish barley 7s , Cape ditto 5s. to 5s Gd., Oats 5s. 3d. to 5s. 6d. Potatoes 61. 10s. to 71., pressed hay 81. louse ditto 61. Ids to 71., Straw 31. IOs. to 41. per ton. Other articles of colonial produce are stationary in price — Colonial Times.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. June 4 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Jane 4 1 he following prices maybe quoted as the average prices in the Vegetable Market, on Wednesday last: — The stalls were well supplied, and presented a very fair appearance Potatoes, 12s. 6d. per cwt., and for first-rate samples 13s. ; Carrots. 6d. per bunch; Cab bages, from 3d. to 4d. apiece; Turnips, 2Jd. a bunch; Radishes, Id. per bunch; Leeks, 3Jd. ditto; Lettuce, ?2-i. each ; Onions, 3d per lb. ; Pumpkins, 9d. to Is. 6d. each ; Celery, 6d. per head, a limited supply ; Horseradish, 6d. per stick; Beetroot, 3d. each. In the Butter and Poultry Market there was a tolerable supply. Fowls and Ducks, from 5s. to 7s. per couple; Turkeys, 15s. to XI each ; Butter (fresh } 2s. 3rl. per lb. In the Fruit Market, a small stock of Oranges and Lemons still remain on band, being part of the importation per Seahorse, and are selling at prices Tarying fiom 4d. to 6d. each ; Apples, 9d. to Is. per lb.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
There is no alteration in «he grain market. .Although the bakers have fallen the price of bread, flour maintains its |-ricc The principal holders of wheat arc obliged to siotc their thrashed corn, there being no buyers in the market, excepting for present consumption. Good siock arc saleable at fair prices, l'at sheep are enquired for by the -butchers, and realise good prices. Pigs are in demand Vegetables are getting plentiful, and may be liad on reasonable terms. . 'lhe general market continues rather depressed, hut the winter stock is gradually working off Candles arc cheaper this season than usual— moulds may be had at farrell and Wallis' at 6s. Gd. per doeen lbs.. Loaf sugar is getting scarce, and retailing at a small advance. Hratlrty 5s. to 6s. per gallon. Rum, 4s. ditto. Gin, 21s i er case. Cape wine, £ II per pipe. Tea, £8 per chi-sL Soap, £40 per ton. Porter, £& per hogshead. Garden — Prune and cut hedges; plant out trees only in mild weather. . Do not dig your gro...
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY. JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
THE LAUHCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 13. Under ihe head of ' Contracts concerning the lending of money,' Paley has the following remarks, which bear upon ihe subject of usury, now beint; discussed by some of our contempo raries. We copy it for their information : — ' There exists no reason in the law of nature, why a man should not be paid for the lending of his money, as well as of any other property into which the money might be converted. ?? Tl:e scruples that have been entertained upon this head, and upon the foundation of which, the receiving of interest or usury (for they formerly meant the same thing) was once prohibited in almost all Christian countries, arose from a passage in the law of Moses, Deuteronomy xxiii. 19 20 : ' Thou shalt not lend upon usury to thy brother; usury of money, usury of victuals, usury of any thing that is lent upon usury; unto a stranger thou mayost lend upon usury ; but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury.' 'This prohibition is now gene...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 13 June 1842
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. Sib, Allow an old servant of the Venerable Prelate of Ossory, to set you right in your account of bis lordship's death, at Kilkenny palace, last January, in vour valuable paper of the 23rd of last month, vie. : — 'His lordship was one of three children of the late Archbishop of Dublin, A. A. ; one of his sisters mar ried the Earl of Kilkenny, and three months after his **«n*n..m» hannma a ltinatin * tlif* itlhar clctpl* morrii-*l this Honourable ltichard Bourkc, A. A., Bishop of Water ford and Lismore,' and heir presumptive to the Earldom of Mayo. That good man of whom I am now wiit ing was Archdeacon of Dublin, and promoted to the See of Ossory in 1813, not 1818 as stated in your paper. During the administration of the late Duke of Rich mond, and was related on the female side to that family, aa well as to the Clancarty's. ths Townscnd's, Gran tham's and others, and with whom I travelled over the Tyrol Mountains to Frankfort, before the Earl...