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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

NEW ZEALAND. Ale, in bottle, 13s. per dozen ; arrack, in bond, 1s. 9d. per gallon ; bread, 8d. per 2lb. loaf ; beef, fresh, per carcase, 10d. to 1s. per lb. ; ditto, salt, £6 10s. per tierce ; ditto, ditto, £4 10s. per bar- rel ; butter, Irish, 1s. 9d. per lb. ; ditto, fresh, 2s. to 3s. 3d. ditto ; brandy, first quality, in bond, 6s. to 9s. per gallon ; Brown stout, £6 per hhd. ; coffee, Java, 1s. 4d. per lb. ; cheese, Cheshire, 1s. 6d. ditto ; ditto, pine apple, 1s. 2d. ditto ; ditto, Dutch, 1s. ditto ; candles, English wax, 3s. 6d. per lb. ; ditto, mould, 1s. ditto ; ditto, dips, 10d. ditto ; flour, first quality, £30 to £33 per 2000lbs. ; ditto, second, £25 ditto ; gin, pale, in bond, 2s. 6d. per gallon ; ditto, 4 gallons 4-5, in bond, 22s. ; hams, Yorkshire, 1s. per lb. ; mus- tard, 18s. per dozen ; mutton, per carcase, 9d. to 11d. per lb. ; milk, 3d. per pint ; oil, linseed, 5s. to 7s. per gallon ; ditto, black, in cask, £15 per tun ; ditto, sperm, ditto, £75 ditto ; pork, fres...

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

CAPE TOWN. Beef, 2d. to 3d., mutton 2d., pork 6d. to 7d. tea 4s. to 4s. 6d., sugar 3d. to 6d., coffee 9d., rice 1½d, to 2¼d., sago 6d., flour 3¼d. to 4½d., potatoes 2¼d., candles 8d. to 9d., soap 6d., salt 1d. to 1½d., pepper 9d., butter 1s. to 1s. 3d., cheese 1s. 6d., tobacco 1s. 4d. to 1s. 6d., snuff 3s., bread, first quality, 4½d. per lb. ; fowls 1s. 6d. to 3s., ducks 2s. 3d. to 3s. each ; coals 15s. per quartcr chal- dron ; oil, 4s. 6d. per gallon ; cabbages 2d. to 7d., cauliflowers 6d. to 1s. 6d. each ; beer, 3s. 9d. per dozen ; milk, 2d. per bottle ; dried fruit 3d. to 9d. stalked raisins 4½d., wool 6½d., per lb. ; ostrich feathers 6½d. each ; lion, tiger, and ostrich skins, 19s. 1½d. each ; almonds, per 1000, 2s. 1½d. ; vine- gar, 48s. per leaguer ; brandy, £10 4s. per ditto ; honey, 4½d. per lb. — February 4.

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

TORi SOUTrH tAUSTIALIA. Thed fast-sailing schooner WILL WATCH; Catin T Ilrdirig, "illwiwlls l for tho' hbve port on Monday licxt--TFo freiliht or passage, apply to t'EonRG FIsirin, Agenzt. Jiino 4. FOR PORT PIIILLIP.-.The fine fiast-sailing brig FOX, Captain Joseph Irving, will sail for the above port, on Wednesday, the 14th instant.- For frecight or passage-apply to JOIIN GRIPITIIB. Brldge Wharf, ;June 4, 1842. .I~ FOR PORTLAND BAY.-- The well known regular traidtr IES sINGTON, Captain Dtitton, ivillitill for the above port, on Tuesday nioxt.--For freght or passage, apply to JoIN GRIrFIIIeS. Bridge Wharf, June 3; I rFOR SYDNEY.-The fine, fast sailing barque SOCRATES, Capt. G rant, will sail for the above port, on Satur day, the 11th ihistiuit.-For freight or pas * sage, apply to +JoiuN GRIsITIIS. Bridge Wliharf, une 0. ·TO fnE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. B. Francis, At his rooms, on MONDAY, the 0th of Jlune at one o'clock, ?'NE case MUFFS and BIOAS..: One cask very handsome tea ...

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

SALES BWY AUCTION. Important Sale qf Valuable Landed Property. MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD IEGS to announce to capitalists and p B others that he has received instructions from the proprietor to sulbmit to public coin petition, at the Royal Exchange Auction o 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 FA RM, 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, 585acres, bound ed by the properties of P. Oakden, Esq., W. E. Lawrence, Esq., lots 1, 8, 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 I land, bounded by the properties of James Flexman, and W. E. Lawrence, Esqrs., Distille...

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

SHIIPP ING. TFOR LONDON.-The well-known first-class and fast-sailing ship IL- Y, 420 tons, William Walmesly, commander, having the great part of her cargo engaged, will meet with quick des patch. 1 or freight or passage, having su perior accommodations, apply to EnDIu & Co< March 8, 1842. -? :FOR ADELAIDE.-The well V 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 CONNOLLV & Co: May 19. WANTED.---A steady female, as house servant-apply at the Eraminer office April 21. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENiT-For Sale by private contract-Lot 1. The estate of R1AVENSWOOD), 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 small exp...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

ENGLISII EXTRACTS. In the course of this year Dundee has beoen doomed to be the scene of a number of very destructive fires. On Thursday night an alarm spread that the mill of the West Wards, Scouringburn, belonging to Messrs. Wyllie and Jolhnstone, was on fire. From the combustible nature of the con tents, tile fire rapidly spread, gutting the building. A largo quantity ot flax was, however, saved by removal. We are happy to learn that the premises are insured; bu t the consequences are serilous to a vast num ber of workmen. A short time after the fire anl accident of a more serious nature occurred at the gas works, one of tihe tanks having exploded. The building in which the tank was placed was instantaneously levelled with the ground, the walls of it being thrown flat almost in n solid mass. Fortunately the only part of time works in which there were any of the workmen, or any human being, was the retort-house, closely adjoining the east end of the tank ; and the consLequence is,...

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

SYDNEY. FLOUR. — The quantity being exported for New Zealand and Port Phillip has kept this market in a very active state during the week. The millers are firm at former quotations, at which there is every disposition to buy on the part of bakers and speculators. Present prices — First, 21s. 20s. ; seconds, 18s. 17s. : ration, 16s. 15s. ; No. 1 bis- cuit, 26s. ; No. 2 ditto, 20s. ; bran, 1s. 8d. to 1s. 1od. per bushel. FOREIGN FLOUR. — This market since our last has undergone a decline, and some large sales have been effccted at £15 per ton for imported Chilian, and £12 10s. per ton for Valparaiso wheat ground in the colony ; the bakers cannot be in- duced to buy. TEA. — The fine teas ex Persian and Isabella Ann have been disposed of at 50s. per ten-catty box. At a sale by the hammer yesterday, of a portion of the cargo ex Orwell, about three hun- dred chests and three hundred and fifty halves were submitted, and realised as follows :— 131 chests at 42s. to 45s. ; 80 chests at 23s. ...

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

SYDNEY. THE Legislative Council adopted a con gratulatory address to the Queen on the birth of the Prince of Wales. The governor then, before going into the order of the day, presented a series of docu ments on the subject of immigration, from which it appeared, as formerly stated by his Excellency, that during the last eighteen mouths, 20,420 emigrants had been intro duced under the bounty system, in addition to 5000 who had arrived without assistance from government. lie took in the eighteen months as being the term during whlch the increased bounties had been allowed on the importation of emigrants. Since 1838, 60,000 persons had been added to ourpopu lation by immigration alone, at an expense approximating £800,000, an expenditure for this object, which, taking the extent and l population of the colony into account, is altogether without a parallel in the history of ]?nglish colonization. The?y had then indeed begun with a balance in hand, but it was certainly subject of congrat...

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OVERLAND JOURNEY OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN AND HIS PARTY TO MACQUARIE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

OVERLAND JOURNEY OF 8IR JOHN FRANK LIN AND IIS PARTY TO MACQUARIE HARBOUR. IN accordance with anxiously expressed wishes, we supply a brief, but authentic, summary of the late tour of His Excellency, Lady Franklin, and party, conunencing with their departure from Lake St. Clair : Early on the 2nd of April, every one was astir reducing baggage, &c., to the least bulky form, and lightest marching order. By noon, the Derwent had been crossed, and the route commenced. The day proved to be one of heavenly beauty. The country traversed, consisted of flat, open, marshy plains, intersected by stony rises, and struaggling forest belts. The mean course by compass, lay south by west ; the distance. accomplishllc about eight miles. Thils was the first station, under King Williain'a Mount. A lurid sunset heralded a dreary dawn; the skies lowered, and copious rain descended; no progress on that day. On the 4th, the party again set forward, passing stony rises, and boggy marshes thickly st...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

PORT PHILLIP. MANTON'S MILLS. — Flour, first, 22s. per 100 lbs. ; second, 20s per ditto ; ration, 17s. per ditto ; 1s. per 100lbs. allowed for cash. WHEAT, 6s. to 7s. per bushel of 60lbs. MAIZE, 6s. to 7s. per bushel. BRAN, 2s. 3d. per 20lb. VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. — Potatoes, 8s. to 10s. per cwt., or 1d. to 1½d. per lb. ; cabbages, from 4s. to 5s. per dozen ; pumpkins, 1d. to 1½d. per lb. ; onions, 3d. to 4d. per lb. ; leeks, 1d.   to 1½d. per head ; carrots, 3d. to 4d. per bunch ; turnips, 3d. to 5d. ditto ; parsnips, 1d. to 1½d. each ; celery, 4d. to 8d. per head ; cucumbers, none ; radishes, 1½d. to 2d. per bunch. FRUITS. — Melons, water, 6d. to 8d. ; rock ditto, 8d. to 1s. apples, 8d. to 1s. per lb.. STOCK. — During the past week Mr. Atkinson disposed of a mixed herd of cattle, at an average price of £4 per head. On Tuesday last, Mr. T. H. Power disposed of a number of fat bullocks, at prices varying from £3 to £4 12s., and cows at from £2 10s. to £4 10s. per head. ...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

COLONIAL MARKETS. The latest authentic information as to the state of the markets in this and the neighbouring colo- nies will be impartially furnished, and our quota- tions only drawn from such sources as can be depended on.

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

LAUNCESTON. WVo have no new transactions in wheat to report this week. Prices remain nominally as quoted last week. The stock of British goods is falst dlminlishing, and articles of general consumption are becoming scarce. VnaI'rAT Is Os. to 7s. per hushel; but no new transactions have taken place. IIAltILEY-Eniglish, from Os. (6. to is3. per bushel ; Cape, ,Is. ad. ditto. OArs--feed, 4s. per bushel ; for seed, Os. d. ditto. Fi.oun-first quality, £18; second, £10 ; third, £14 per 20001hs. Return of grail and flour imported at the port of Launceston, dnring the week ended 21st May, 1842, inclusive-Wheat, 100 bushels. RIeturn of grain 'and flour exported from the port of Launceston, during the week ending 21st May 1842, inclusive-larley, 72 bushels ; oats, 4211 ditto; Wheat, 2205 nitto; flour, 147 tons. 1RinrM.4s. per gallon may now be quoted as the market rate. LBRAN no.-TThat on hand varies much in quality, and. may be lought at from 4s. Od. to Os. per gal. LoNDON 'PORTEIt Is advaRn...

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

SYDNEY     THE Legislative Council adopted a con- gratulatory address to the Queen on the birth of the Prince of Wales. The governor then, before going into the order of the day, presented a series of docu- ments on the subject of immigration, from which it appeared, as formerly stated by his Excellency, that during thie last eighteen months, 26,426 emigrants had been intro- duced under the bounty system, in addition to 5000 who had arrived without assistance from govermnent. He took in the eighteen months as being the term during which the increased bounties had been allowed on the importation of emigrants. Since 1838, 60,000 persons had been added to our popu- lation by immigration alone, at an expense approximating £800,000, an expenditure for this object, which, taking the extent and population of the colony into account, is altogether without a parallel in the history of English colonization. They had then indeed begun with a balance in hand, but it wa...

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OVERLAND JOURNEY OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN AND HIS PARTY TO MACQUARIE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

OVERLAND JOURNEY OF SIR JOHN FRANK- LIN AND HIS PARTY TO MACQUARIE HARBOUR. IN accordance with anxiously expressed wishes, we supply a brief, but authentic, summary of the late tour of His Excellency, Lady Franklin, and party, conmmencing with their departure from Lake St. Clair : Early on the 2nd of April, every one was astir reducing baggage, &c., to the least bulky form, and lightest marching order. By noon, the Derwent had been crossed, and the route commenced. The day proved to be one of heavenly beauty. The country traversed, consisted of flat, open, marshy plains, intersected by stony rises, and straggling forest belts. The mean course by compass, lay south by west ; the distance accomplished, about eight miles. This was the first station, under King William's Mount. A lurid sunset heralded a dreary dawn ; the skies lowered, and copious rain descended ; no progress on that day. On the 4th, the party again set forward, passing stony rises, and boggy marshes thickly str...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

PORT PHILLIP. REVENUE. — The Port Phillip revenue for the quarter ended March 31st shows a de- crease of £11,000 as compared with the cor- responding quarter of 1841. The ordinary revenue, however, continues in an improving state, shewing an increase of £5,500 on the quarter. The principal items are, duty on spirits £8,500, an increase of £3,000 ; duty on tobacco 2,400, an increase of 1,100 ; ad valorem duty 2,000, an increase of £900. In the crown lands revenue the proceeds of lands sold is £1,386, a decrease of.£17,566 ; the assessment of stock depastured on crown lands is £1,705, an increase of £826, nearly one hundred per cent. The total amount of ordinary revenue for the quarter is £15,985 12s. 1od., and the land revenue £3,820 19s. 10d., the gross amount for the quarter being £19,806 12s. 8d. — Patriot. THE BANKS. — The following abstracts from the quarterly averages of the liabili- ties and assets of the Union and Port Plil- lip Banks, and the half-yearly average of the liabi...

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

LAUNCESTON. We have no new transactions in wheat to report this week. Prices remain nominally as quoted last week. The stock of British goods is fast diminishing,   and articles of general consumpsion are becoming scarce. WHEAT is 6s. to 7s. per bushel ; but no new transactions have taken place. BARLEY — English, from 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel ; Cape, 4s. 6d. ditto. OATS — feed, 4s. per bushel ; for seed, 5s. d. ditto. FLOUR — first quality, £18 ; second, £16 ; third, £14 per 2000lbs. Return of grain and flour imported at the port       of Launceston, during the week ended 21st May, 1842, inclusive — Wheat, 100 bushels. Return of grain and flour exported from the       port of Launceston, during the week ending 21st May 1842, inclusive — Barley, 72 bushels ; oats, 4211 ditto ; Wheat, 2205 ditto ; flour, 147 tons. RUM. — 4s. per gallon may now be quoted as the market rate. BRANDY. — That on han...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

PORT PIHILLIP. MRIANTON'B ]?II.s.-Flour, first, 22s. per 100 lbs.; second, 20s. per ditto; ration, 17T. per ditto ; Is. per 101ibs. allowed for cash. VIn AT, Os. to 7s. per bushlel of 0lba, . MAIZE, Os. to 78. per bushel. BRAN, "2s. 8d. per 201b. VEGETAB LES. AND FRUITS.-P- tatOca, 6b. to 10s. per cwt., or Id. to lid. per lb.; cabbages, from 4s. to 5s. per dozen; pumpkins, id. to Lid. per lb. ; onions, 3d. to 4d. per lb. ; leeks, d. to 1Jd. per head ; carrots, 3d. to 4d. per bunch; turnips, 3d. to 3d. ditto; parsnips, id. to lid. each ; celery, 4d. to 8d.' per head ; cucumbers, none ; radishes, 16d. to 2il. per bunch. FRUITS. -Melons, water, (6d. to 8d. ; rock ditto, 8d. to 1s. apples, 8d. to 1s. per lb.. STOCK.-During the past week Mr. Atkinson disposed of a mixed herd of cattle, at an average price of £4 per head. On Tuesday last, Mr. T. H. Power disposed of a number of fat bullocks, at prices varying from £3 to £4 12s., and cows at from £2 10s. to £4 10s. per head. MERCIIANDISE.-...

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PARKS AND PLEASURE GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

PARKS AND PLEASURE GROUNDS, Public opinion is gradually awakening to a sense of the importance of open spaces for air and exercise, as a necessary sanatary provision for the inhabitants of all large towns. In the suburbs of many of the cities of Germany and Holland, where for- tifications once existed, the walls have been demolished, the ditches filled up, and beds of flowers, shrubberies, and broad gravel walks formed instead, where in summer time the whole population may often be seen enjoying the pleasures of the evening promenade. In England, excepting a few instances, where the corporations retain the privileges conferred by old charters, the municipalities of large towns have neither the power to build a bridge, to erect a pump, to purchase a burying ground, to open pub- lic gardens, or to do anything not included in paving and lighting, however essential to the health and general welflre of resident householders. The town of" Derby has lately received a noble benefaction thro...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Examiner — 4 June 1842

ENGLISH EXT'RACTS. In the course of this year Dundee has been doomed to be the scene of a number of very destructive fires. On Thursday night an alarm spread that the mill of the West Wards, Scouringburn, bclonging to Messrs. Wyllie and Johnstone, was on fire. From the combustible nature of the con- tents, the fire rapidly spread, gutting the building. A large quantity of flax was, however, saved by removal. We are happy to learn that the premises are insured ; but the consequences are serious to a vast num- ber of workmen. A short time after the fire an accident of a more serious nature occurred at the gas works, one of the tanks having exploded. The building in which the tank was placed was instantaneously levelled with the ground, the walls of it being thrown flat almost in a solid mass. Fortunately the only part of the works in which there were any of' the workmen, or any huium heing, was the retort-house, closely adjoining the east end of the tank ; and the consequence is, that...

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

TIHE HIOIIART TOWN GAZETTE. Friday, May 27, 1 1842. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, lMay 26, 1842. Memoranda of Free Pardon have been ordered' for 6053 Joseph Howett, Sir Chlarles Forbes (1), and 1510 Edward IHoward, Surrey (B), until her Majesty's pleasure be known. ,1 Tickets-of-leave have been granted to the fol- lowing convicts, viz.: Thomass Bostock, Moffatt (2); Thomas Burn, Moffatt (1); James Chedle Earl St. Vincent; Henry Courtney, Moffatt (25 Robert Edwards, ditto ; Elizabeth Ellis, Atwick ; Willian Faulk ner, Moffatt (1); Samuel Fisher, Moffatt (2); George Green, Moffatt (1); George Mathias Howard, Frances Charlotte; Richard Hoyes, Surrey (2) ; Francis Heritage, Moflhstt (2) ; Han. nahs Jones, Mary ; Matthew M'Loriman, Eudora; Geo. Morgan, Layton (2) ; John Nice, Mangles; William Watson, Moffittt (2); Patrick M'Donald, Marian Watson ; William Walker, Moffatt (1); Isaac Williamson, Elphinstone (1); William Ward, ditto; Isabella Urquhart, Wcestmoreland. PlINCIPAL SUPERINTENDENT...

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