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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. We quote from the summaries of our Van Diemen's Land contemporaries the fol- lowing items of English intelligence to 1st June, received via the Mauritius. On the 25lh Alay, the Queen was safely deli- vered of n Princess. This important event mis celebrated by the usual fetes and ceremonies, and addresses of congratulation were presented from both houses of parliament. The general ¡eeling was, that the Lords would -pass the Corn Law Bill by a majority of at least fifty. On the 25th and 26th of AIny, the second reading of the Corn Bill in the House of Lords underwent discussion which was still proceeding. The Bill was introduced by the Earl of Ripon, and Lord Stanley took the lead in the opposition, advocating the necessity of protection to the in- terests of agriculture. Ministers had succeeded in rejecting the Fac- tory Bill by a majority of 10 ouly. Mr. Smith O'Brien had been liberated, and had resumed his seat in the house. Rumours prevailed that Sir. Robert P...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

JOB PRINTING. The 1'uhmc are BEsptcTruLLY ini-okmed, that fofo prtntnt g OF ALL KINDS, V, ILL IIB EiECUTCP AT TES BÏESîSOUXIBïE ÄSÜUS OFFICE, H'il/i iie«tncss,accuraci/,ond despateh. The PiMer -particularly invites attention to hil printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type fur that purpose being perfectly new, and conse qutntly greatly superior to any other office xn Mtlbourne.

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

PORT PHILLIP ' - ' PROCLAMATIONS By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy? Knight Companion of the lloyal Hanovcuarn Guefphic Order, Captain General and Gmernor-in Chief of the Temtory of New South Wades and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admi íal of the same &c, Ixe. IN puisuance of the aulhouty in me ^csttd by a ceitain Act of the Im- perial Pailiament "of Great ^Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and Oth yeal ofHei Majesty's Iteigh, intituled, " An! " Act for íegulating the sale of Waste "Land belonging-to the Ciown in the "Australian Colonies ," I do heieby no- tify and proclaim, that at Eleven ojclock of Wednesday, the 11th day of No\ember next, the following Town, Suburban, and Counti) Lots of Landhull be offered foi Sale by Public Auction, at tlie Auc-, UonkItoom of Mr George Sinclair Bro- die, Elizabeth-sheet, Melbourne, at the upset price affixed to each lot resp^ctn el}, on the terñis and conditions, and under the prousions of the above íecited Act (Deposit ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At Pentridge, 20th anil 23rd September-A red sided bullock, wido horns, JT ort' rump,\JD sear thigh, illegible shoulder ; a red bullock, iC within dinmont!, off rump, cocked horns ; a black ditto, AJJ near ribs, C off shoulder, S thigh : if not claimed, to he sold ?orr the 19th day of Oc- tober.-'03* ' ' ' ' ' At Morling, River Plenty, 23rd and, 24th September-A bay mare, black, points, star on Morshead, small white spot near side (under sad- dle), lame off forei leg,1 shoes on, JC)i ñecle off side Da olf shoulder, M , over CB near shoul-i der' a strawberry working .bullock,,wide cock Lorna LD ribs, CH rump, M thigh near side ; a red bullock, snail horns, little white on back and belly, HU "ff ribs; .a strawberry poley heifer, HY off rump; a white bullock, <*> over A ucar hip i Y over j, °ff ribs, T ofl^shoulder; a red and'white spotted heifer, no'perceptible brand, young cnlf by her side ; u light red heifer, star on forehead, little white on back belly a...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

Stëipptafl Jntrtlígro«. ARRIVED; October 9.-Diana, cutter, from Western Port, Passenger-Mr. Liardet. Oct. 11-Swan, brig, 149 tons, Carder, mas- ter, from Launceston. Passengers-(cabin) .Messrs. J. R. Rae, W.Lyall, O. Gilles, J. Moore, f. Griffin, D. F. Minne«, J. G. Ware, George Vingsbury, W. Powell, R Wicks, D. M'Leod, and 35 in the steerage Oct. 11-Marys, schooner, 62 tons, Griffith», master, from Hobart iown. Passengers-Mr', and Mrs. Henry Tntler, Mr. Richard Propsting, one officer and one corporal lllh Regiment, to 8pnng Bay, 4 soldiers 11th Regiment to ditto, Mrs. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. James Cole, Mr. Kettle and two children, and Captain Kenny. Oct 11-Resolution, cuttei, 49 tous, Moodie, roaster, from Circular Head. Passengers-D. Rutter and J. Johnstone. I October 12.-Alexander, schooner, from ' Circular Head. Not yet reported. | CLEARED OUT. October 9.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, for Launceston. Passengers His Honor C. J. La 'lrobe, lady, and family, Lieut. Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

MR. E. M. L. SMITH lias been appointed Collector aid Shipping Reporter for the Meldouiine Augub. WILLIAM KERR. Argn« Office, 24thAugust, 184«. VOUNG SEFTIJMtJS ILL STAND THIS SEASON, at Cum- berland, Moonee Moonee Ponds, where a well grossed paddock of six hundred acres is provided. Young Septimus is by Septimus, by Satan, out of Kachel by Amadis, view Stud Book, dam a Camerton Mare. ALSO, The half-bred Arab Horse TEnMB ron septimus. £ s. d For a Single Mare. ¡4 4 0 For Tive Mares ,. 16 16 0 i TERMS foti BEHM - L£ s. d. A Single Mare. 3 3 0 For live Mares .12 12 0 Every care will be takeiTof the Mires, but without responsibility. ' ROMEO. THIS celebrated thorough bred imported Race HorbO, will stand tins season, ut nut. ». c. simsows srvnov, CHARLOTTE PLAINS, LODDON RIVER Pediorei -Romeo, by Sir Hercules, out ol Posta , Pasta, by Catton , dam, by Luck's All Pot Bo's., Maid or All U ork, by High 11}ci -. Sir Hercules, by \\ halcbone, out of Pcnc, by Waudercr, hei dam, Ihaleste*, by A...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

Original Poetry. U-Until folly supreme manufactured a Queen, Cats and dogs, tho' unskill'd, were per-       mitted to sing;     And on Wednesdays and Sundays they met     on the green. To admire and sing songs to their glorious     King. N-Not a sentence, nor even so much ns a ?word, Was allow'd to be spoken, except to his praise ; Not a murmur throughout their assembly was heard Not a contrary thought were then natures to raise. ¡ -i " i i E-EVj'ry fifty or sixty chose some one to lead, ^ <Jf An,d became a distinct and self-got eimhg hand ; And in process of time it was also agreed That an elder should 'strengthen the good leader's hand. F-Fiom a hook which they read, and fiom Na i ?. v*>I' lure's full leaf, . ' ' .m ii They discotercd that back biting never 11 ' would cease ; So to guard their dear King from the \enom ,' 'i" ol gitef, « They all mel to...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Stn,-I beg leave once more to trouble you, in replying to " Une Femme's" " ode word in her own defence." The " weapon" my sarcastic friend made use of in the letter to which I îeferred, was not wielded by her to give an uncertain blow. When, in reference to the " grave charge of4 profanity," she tells me, in the lan- guage of irony,I "stand in distinguished and honorable contrast" to those who, " when reminded of their enor, endea- vour to blunt the edge of reproof by turningiit-into sport. What am I to un- derstand but that I have been guilty'of this afit.'zí- again positively deny this' unjust charge, and challenge her lo'the proof. «^Apologising for 'this intrusion, I îemain, _Your humble servant, J. M. Holloway. Melbourne, ' Oth October, 1846.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

For Xiondon. H E fine first class teak built ship " WILLIAM WILSON," 418 tons, Captain _ W. E. Shaw. For freight or | passage apply to the commander on board, or JAMES CAIN. For Sydney Direct. sailing Spanish HE fast barquo PRECIOSA, » m», i %m\m 500 tons, Don Juan G1. Espijo commuuüer, will sail for the above port on Satur- day, the 17th instant. For passage, having superior accommodation, apply to ROBERT JAMIESON & CO. To Henry XMCoor, Esq., J. P. Melbourne, October 5, 1846 SIR-We, the undersigned, Burgesses of Lons- dale Ward, having in our recollection tin many unprecedented public services rendered by you to the Town of Melbourne generally, whilsi you held a seat lu the Town Council, do most earnestly request you will ullow yourself to le I put in nomination at the forthcoming Election ot Councillors in this Ward, and thereby enable us to claim upon this occasion the honor of securing j to the public a continuation of those powerlul tnlcnU and honesty of purpose in thei...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 13 October 1846

Domestic Intelligence. WAR WITH MEXICO.—The latest intel- ligence announces that the United states force had beaten the Mexicans in two engagements.-   Launceston Examiner. COMMANDER OF THE FORCES.—Intel- ligence has been received that a general officer is to be nominated to the command of the forces in Van Diemen's Land.- Launceston Examiner. MADAGASCAR.—Lieutenant-Colonel   Passet, commander-in-chief of the Isles of   Mayotte and Nossè Be, has taken possession in the name of France of the three small isles of Nossè-Cumba, Nossè-Mitsion, and Nossè-Fali, situate near the first two, at the southern en- trance of the channel of Mozambique. NEW SYSTEM.— It is reported that about three thousand prisoners will at once be sent from hence to the new colony of North Australia, and that in future not more than be- tween two and three thousand will be sent from England annually to Van Diemen's Land. Launceston Examiner.     MR. ...

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PROLOGUE. WRITTEN FOR A PARTY OF AMATEURS PERFORMING FOR A CHARITABLE INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

PROLOGUE. WRITTEN FOR A PARTY OF AMATEURS PERFORM- ING FOR A CHARITABLE INSTITUTION.   The time has been, when players, such as here, Would tread these boards with doubt, disinuy, and fear, Lest some stern moralist should traduce their name, And hold them up to scorn, reproach, and 1 shume Such day», my fi tends, I trust aro long since gone» And what was once a mystery, now well known, (1 hunks to all hero) m this enlighten d «go , Ihm stones compose these walls, and boards this stage, And only guilty when man makcB profane ihe Church, the facnute, and the lim a the same Ye critic's, wield with gentleness your pen Our s is the task, however misconstrued, 1 o do some little for the general good , fo swell, with your Lind patronage, the store Of those who watch and tend the helpless poor , To soothe afflicted spa its, lighten woe, And bid the smile play where the tear did flow , And wheu 1 see around so many bright bright eyes, Me thinks I bear them sileut sjmpntluze, As ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

MARRIED, At Geelong, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. Richard Walsh, Roman Catholic chaplain, James Harrison, Esq., Editor and Proprietor of the Geelong Advertiser, to Miss Susan Kiley. DIED. On Tuesday, the 13th inst., at her residence, Flinders-lane, Caroline Anne, youngest daughter of the late James Hooper, Esq., of Lansdowne Hill, Bath. > We are compelled to leave out several columns of Domestic Intelligence, to make room for the Legislative Council proceedings, the great length of which, we are sure, will be sufficient apology for the late appearance of this morning's publication.

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Town of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

Town of Melbourne. NOTICE is hereby given that tenders for the erection of certain additional yards ut the Melbourne Cattle Market, according to plans and specifications, to be seen on application to the Town Surveyor, will be received at this Of- fice until Monday, the 26th October instant, at noon. The tenders to be addressed under cover " To the Chairman of the Public Works Committee," and endorsed "Tender for the Erection of Cattle Yards." The Committee do not bind themselves to ac- cept the lowest tender. JOHN C. KING, Town Clerk. lown Clerk's Office, ' Melbourne, Oct. 12, 1846,

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. The Pauline, from Bremen, arrived at South Australia, brings intelligence from Europo to the 17th June, sixteen days later than we wera pre- viously in possession of. The following items of intelligence aro from the summuries of our Ade laide contemporaries :- ' Captain StelJjer of the Pauline, understood, before he sailed, that the British Corn Importa- tion Bill had passed. In the city articles of the Globe, of 8th June, it was stated that ministers would be defeated in the Slave Grown Sugar, and the Irish Coercion Measures. '1 he writer prophesies that-the Mi- nistry would be out of office before the Corn Bill passed the Lords, and goes the length of spying that the Peel administration would not last more than ten days. The expectation of a change of Ministry was general, but it was said that Sir li. Peel, for the suko of the country, would not retire till the Corn Bill had passed'the Lords. The Whigs had framed their plan of opposition, they denounced the Coercion ...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of George Milne, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Stonemason. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

PORT PHILLIP GOVE RNmENT GAZETTE. In the Iiisolient Estate of Gcoige Milne, of Mel- bourne, in the Utsti let of Poi t Phillip, in the Colony oj Niw South Wales, Stonemason. WHEREAS the Estate of George Milne, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phil- lip, in the Colony of New South Wales, stone- mason, was, on the fifteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, placed under sequestration in my hands, by order of his Honor Mr. Justice A'Beckett, Resident Judge of the Supremo Court of New South 'Wales, for the district of Port Phillip, and who did, by further order, under his hand, appoint James Graham, of Mel- bourne, one of the Ülficial Assignees of Insolvent Estates, within the snid district, to be the Official Assignee of this estate. I hereby appoint a pub lie meeting of the creditors of the said George Milne to bo holden before me, at my office, Supreme Court-house, La Trobe-strcct, Mel- bourne, on Friday, the thirteenth day of Novem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

JOB PRINTING. The Public ¿RE Rrsi"ECTrUn.Y jn*ohmed, that Soo livtnting OF ALL KINDS, WILL DE EXECUTED AT THE OTEI-BOtrilNB ARGUS orncE, Wilii nwinesj, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer'particularly invites attention to his minting of BOOK-WORK, theuhole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly < superior to any other office in Melbourne.

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Melbourne, 8 Oct., 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Melbourne, 8 Oct., 1846. Sir - The answer received by the committee of the Gipps Land expedition from his Excellency appears to me to call for some remarks with which I shall now trouble you.   It is there stated that the government has taken all the steps in their power for the rescue of the unfortunate female now in the possession of the natives, which steps amount to this, that the   party of native police, under Mr. Walshe, have received orders to attempt the rescue, on three several expeditions in which they were assisted by some of the border police, under Serjeant Wildridge. It is, however, with the former party that I have to deal, and I shall confine my obser- vation's to them. It is stated in the account published in a late number of the Herald, that these expeditions were given up at the moment when the best chance of success existed, by reason of the failure of provi- sions, and that the native police refuse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

A GLASS OF FIRST-RATE BUHTW ALE can be had at the " Commeikm Inn," Collins-street. The MELnounNE AnGus ii published on lil jitoriijjigs of Tuesday, and Friday in tau week, and forwarded simultaneously to tim part of the province ; and to Sydney, Via Diemeu's Land, South Australia, Swun Rim, New Zealand, the Muuritius, the Cape of Gool Hope, England, Ireland, and Scotland, ih United Slates of America, France, India, ¿jr., by every possible opportunity. The quaritu terminate on the 31st Murch, 30th June, 301* September, and 31st December, at which perieii only can subscribers decline, by giving notkem writing, and paying the amount due to the eui of the current quarter. Persons desirous cj subscribing dut ing the currency of a quarter, will only be charged from the date of their row mencin'g. tlbms of sunsciiir-rioN. The Subscription price of the Anous is Ten Ail lings per quarter, or six pence per singleco^, THUMS OF ADVERTISING, For six lines and under, 3s. each insertion For every ...

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

.«Eoutmf retal înteUtrjeuce. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FltlDAY, OCTOUEll 16. Wheat.-Contrary to the expectations of the dealers, the price of wheat lins declined this week I -Gs. per bushel being the highest rate now given for the best samples. Flour has not yet fallen ; £16 per 2001bs. for first quality and £14 10s per ditto for seconds, arc still the rates to be quoted. Oats scarce, 4s. 9d. per bushel. English barley-none in the market. Hay.-A very small supply bascóme to market ill's week; for fair quality, £4 10s. per ton can be obtained. Cattle.-This week the supply of fat cattle received, has been more proportioned to the dc nmnd than it has been for some time past ; 50 bullocks were sold yesterday by Messrs. Mickle und l.ilbume, ut from £3 10s. to £5 per head, or 13s. per 1001b. Fat cattle are getting moro plentiful, and the brokers are ei>pecting that they w'lll full in the course of next week to 10s. per lOOlbs. Working bullocks are fetching £10 IO-;, per pair. Store cattle rem...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846

HJomostic ïniîlU'flenr?. Racing,-The following Races come off upon the Melbourne course on Monday next, the 19th instant':-Between Mazeppa and Gay Lad, Ü50 aside, mile and a half heats ; between Will-if-I-can and Blazes, £40 aside, two mile heats, weights 10 stone Giba. Thara will be I also 'other pri\ ate matches and liack races. Colonel Barney. \ We understand that the suspension of Monel Barney's appointment as SuperinWent of North Australia arose nora \ome arrange- ment at the Horseguards.Vvhieh prevent- ed lum fiona selling his commission in the army while holding ¿civil appoint- ment, but the commissionhaving been since sold, the objection haa ceased to ex- ist. A letter has been îeceWed in towu mentioning that it had been determined to appoint Colonel Barney 'Superinten- dent of Poit Phillip, but we cannot say upon what authority the stattmeut was made.-Sydney Morning lierai!. I Some confirmation is given to the latttr portion of this report, by the fact of a party in Melbour...

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