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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

feiglj CHnUf at ftauncrftau. n. m. n n. Sunday ? 0 SO I Wednesday ... II 45 Monday ? 10 15 I Thursday ....IS 80 Tuciloy.... H Oj Friday ? 1 ]G Salnrda; ? 8 46

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Stitiiin) 3Extvatls. Important to Merchant! and Ship Ominrf-We I copy Ihe follo»ia|r Londoo cuslom bouse nolicti, I for the purpte of diiecting- ihe eltenlion of Ihe I mcruntile communilj hcrr, lo some important 1 proritiont in en Act of Parliomtnl which Ut re- I cently corae toto operations I All Drilul. f etaela ihat hare sailed from Ilia United I Kingdom since the Slsl July, 1835, will, on -eir I returo, be required, wbeh reuorlins;, to- gift iu llie I litu of crew. Stc, as required by Hie act bill ant I Ctb, William IV. chap. IB. And further, tjr His 54tli clautr, colonial restels tradiofr to Ihe flailed I Kingdom, are subject lo the shore tegulotion of I the ssid acl. In futare, apprentices' indecturci, I required by this act for vessels belonging lo tie. I Uoitfd Kingdom, nun be enrolled at the port where I tlir indenture it executed. I That ia all future transfers of shares in ships, I ench party transferring- a share or shares, will lie I required either to do so ly a sepsra...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Corn fHadut. Speculator* in grain, arc huying up wheat freely at 10s. per husin-1. I'lio cilensivc sales made m that jirii*, and ivnmlB licing in cirvulntion, that tire .Sydm-y Agenlfi urn commissioned lo go as high ns 12s. (d., ii.uk ? iioldcrs careless of selling. If we dnre oll'er an opinion upon the kubjecl, vec should certainly advise tlic grower of grain lo calculate U|Nin tiic probability nf vcrj' extensive foreign Jin. purls, and to consider that the present niiuKct price i-. limply reniuncnding. -Vjriectl.\ in stale tin-, gruwtli of wheat in this Co I. iny,iliis Harvest, is impoaiible. No tivo occbuiils rven fniin tho SeUlcrs agree ; we liclicvc, however, \i\M if nv.iv )»? cKliniatc-d, iiiilepenuuntofa great deal iiI'-;tuIj iuiJ Miiut in rucEs, to be ncaily un average Niuee writing the above, we have received Syd ney jmpers to the fifth inttuiit. Wheat averaged as ; (v«c Flow 80s. \kt IOQUk., and is ciircctcd to ? full rapidly. There has broil muoh mill, and vege tation lia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

SALES BY AUCTION, I (Concluded from la$t Page.) I VALUABLE | FARM FOR SALE. 'Jo be Sold by Public Auction, I BY MR. JAMES HILL, I At hit Roomt, Brhbane Street, on Monday I the 4th das °f April, at 1 o'clock precisely,. I A MOST beautiful and truly valutblt) I FARM, situated within ail miles of I Lauoceston, consisting of 320 acres of J very superior Land, from IS lo 20 acres j are fenced in, and under crop, upwards: I of 100 acres of excellent Land, can be I brought under cultivation at a trifling ex- I pense, and the remainder as grazing I ground, is equal to any in the Colony, j and the whole is nearly fenced In with a I four rail fence. I Tlie Estate is bounded in front by Kerry Lodge, and Mr. Nankin's Grant, on one side by Mr. Arthur Mayne'a Farm, by Mr. Bartlcy on the other side, and at tbe back by Mr. Dybflll'*. There is a goodsubsian tial Honsecon aiiting four rooms, kitchen, 2 stalled stable; shcds,pi|rgcrie«, yard, &c, with an inexhnuslable supply of she oak, and im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

A supply of new Letter and Office material (ire tliink we hear our Readers remark, it has ar rived none top soon) will enable us to improve the typographical appearance of the ' CoawviU. CnnoKicLE,' We arc likewise about engaging the services of a Gentleman, to undertake our Editorial duties, who, we trust, mil discharge them in a faithful manner, and render the News paper deserving the increased patronage of the Public.

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This Evening's Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Cf)-« i£6cn{ns'« JHa«. PosTscarpr.— By an arrival from Sydney the 3rd instant, this morning, the price of Wheat had fallen. It is quoted at from Ds. to 12s. per uushel of 601b-., first Flour 80s. per lOOlhs — Codiuer, March 11. The Harriett had arrived from Canton 26th Dccemlier, and the Bichabd ReikoIDS from len donSOthOctolKr.—liiiD.

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LAUNCESTON INFANT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

LA.TIKCESTOK INFANT SCHOOL. We regret the late hour at which the Rc|»rt of the proceedings of the Meeting on Thursday after noon, at the Istjkt School, came lo hand, puts the publication of it, this week, out of our power. We are, therefore, reluctantly, compelled to leave the ' Report of the Committee,' and ' St«te or the Funds' until our nun Numlicr. Tlic fol lowing arc tlic Resolutions passed lit the Meeting ? it which his Excellency presided : — Moved by the Rcvd. H. Howling ? Seconded by Mr. Scolt, 1st — That the Report now Read be approved and adopted, ovedby the Rev. J- A- INfanton— Scoondcd by Mr. Dowling, 2nd— That the objects mid great utility of Infant Schools being so apparent, this Meeting pledges itself l^ promote the welfare of this Insti tution, by every means in its power. Moved by Major Ryan— Seconded by Captain Friend, - Srd-rTliat notwithstanding the liberal support liotli from the Local Government and the Public, which this Institution has received — this Meetin...

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"[?]se put [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

' // «f iii( iw« Mie It diMf flu' i'lr ov II n'ett The Wnt address ofjtlic Merchants and TraderL to Mr. Henry Arthur, on the oc casion if his vacating his situation lo hit auccesalr, hat railed the ire of our contem porary Jlie Colonial Timet. We arc »orry lo notiie it. became it is petty. Air. Arthur is the nephew of the Governor of the Coliiy, and -cannot be blnmeable for enjoy inl a ' deviliili' anug birth under his unclf'i administration. He has been some itree or four years Collector of the Customs! and the business of the depart ment had during that period, been'con ducleditjo manner, highly satisfactory to e»cry member of ihe community having transactions with it. Now, the addrosasr relatedaltogethertoMr. Arthur's official 8ITUA7ION, and the faithful discharge of his duties in that siluation ; and really wo cannot dlicovej. any reason lo find fault with it. The Colonial Timet cannot be a competent judge of Mr. Arthur's capabili ties ai it public officer— the mercantile port'1...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Co tlu SEDitor. Sin,— The TatmanUm It week after week endearour ing tu make ua believe we are in a land n( piehlyr-lhal tfie present crnp ia nbundanl— the quantity orohi wlieal nil lund great— and the conaoniplion aniall ; but thin appear* -.? he the opinion ofonly one Indliidual, whiUt liie larinem. and otlicra wlio liave acenUie «t&le of Uie Tlic raltelinodi ttmt are tlmt put forth by the Tasma vlan, me evidently wrilun In derate illbcr Ihe covun liicnt ur tlie people ; tlir Inll.T, however, are not lo he Gulled In thai May, fnrcveiy tlii.ikins person tnislknow, tliut provibjona of every aort have been rising In price ever ttnee Uiefelan police were armed and ten\ out to scour the country, and put In force the Impounding J)cl, an net, a- diagracerul to ihe coveniinenl, as II fa lulnonttnlheimall farmer, the traduman, and the la bouring class. ,T«e nccupicra oftmall farmt ore by this act (which la, no doubt, irreally abuaed by the conatabulary) driveii from their loDdb, wUi...

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Important to mariners. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Important to jBarimtf. The following communication is from Mr. John Robertson, late Commander of the barque Mincrtia, of Aloa :— ' When bound from Sydney to Manilla on the 10th September, 1834, al 2 o'clock, a. m., the vessel struck on a coral rock (not laid down in any of the English charts) bearing from Point St. .'ago, island of Laconia, one of the Phillipjne Islands E. S. E. \ E., four or five miles distant. Within half a mile of the rock there are 17 fathoms. Point St.Jsgo lies in about 13 degrees 41 minutes North latitude— 120 degrees 38 minutes East longitude.' Some years ago, an American ship was totally wrecked upon the same rock. The depredators of hen roosts, we un derstand have, been very busy in their unlawful avocations, of late; scarcely an   inhabitant in Town who rears a few head of poultry, but has suffered, and particu larly the residents within a few miles of the Town. Doctor de Dassel, since Christ mas, is minus by plunder 62 head of poultry— the lo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

BIRTH— On Saturday the 12th instant, Mrs. E. C. GREENE, of St. John street, of a Daughter.

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Launceston Retail Brice Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

lUunttSton IKrtiul -price Current, [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] CiiliinlaU'ieilnie. Imported Goods. I.. i. it- Li.il Ale |.im lilid. 60 0 Ale per doe. 0 It 0 .1,,,k|.nl,,u II o 0 Brown almil do. ? It - taeer |iei lilul. 4 0 0 Coffee per Ib (bug) dim »ienM»Solvi-ll » » ?» ChtewiHTtb » 1 o HltciiU l'-r ml. I |s 0 H«nn |-cr do O I « 4imn ni'sli,|-vrll-o a 3 Suit per ton 4(0 Oiliu »«lt !'?' d' 0 10 Soupjierdo 43 0 0 llmus uir Hi. « « 0 1.0lF«ulce«ucarSS 0 0 B»con i*r III 0 13 U. l.-to. rid 111. bagO 0 t Brtf |u'i Ih 0 o I Ditto per Ib 0 I s 1tIiiU'ii|''i «'o 0 0 8 l-lltn |icr Ib (loaO 0 « 0 f.iik|inlb 0 0 8 Hum (duty imidj 0 13 a XV«I |ii'- -iii 0 0 0 Dillu in bund 0 4 0 i:iim---lMi- |ier Ib o 6 0 IliatKly duty paid oil I , -:iirc*» per Ih 0 10 Dillo In bund n I I I'midii. Immil.U) o I 0 Ciin duly |-aid o IS n iriif, (.ii(.-) 0 10 Ditto In bond o 4 0 Km' I'i-i ilftmu 0 2 0 TeR percliesl 0 0 0 11. .m »i.i l,,,,l,,-l o I 6 Ditto per Ib 0 1 o O'IiiiimI (in ib 0 0 6 T«i-nccodo.(li...

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To His Excellence the Lieut Cabernor [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Go ftU 3Ex«Renrn Qr Itritt, «o6trnor. Sir,— I uied the liberty of addressing von two weeks back, upon the lubjeel or the Impounding Law, wlieri I endeavour* cd, ana 1 think not without tuecen, to prove, thai the present alarming scarcity of animal food, ii the comequeiice of jl. Men, high in power, are not.apt to view things as they* Yeaily ?re'-lhey'ate too prone to follow the prAfvaied good advioe of their dependant!, who, very naturally, loie sight of ihe interest of the people, in their endeavours to aggrandiie themselves;. It ii evident, that a law cannot be whole aome, or have the effect in fU operation thai « law ahould have, if the wealthy por tion of a popuUlion.onfy.are benefitted by It. Tlifi wealthy only profit hy the Im~ pounding Law, Nine hundred and ninety out of every thousand of the people, whole interest* have been confided to the management of your Escellency, are near ly already, and must aliartly be, ruined, from tlie effect* of the injudiciou* enact ment— it en...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

sntp ^Hk f(nws. Maiicii 7— Arrived the brig IVVlim, Captain CtiHMin, from Sydney. Passengers, Mr. Kerr, Mr«. Oriflitlii and S children, Mi«s Bnrncll. Mlu S. Butmll. Mr*. Evans, Mr. E. Burnley, James Collided. Clement Hems, James llewley, Mrs. M'Simvick and rlilld. Careo. 25 colls wlialp I toe. 2 bundles haryonns— De Villlers;HQ«onei, ?00 logs cedar, 2 weighing machine!, 8tclieete», 1 hone, 1 rarrlege, 1 Ironssfe, 36 pipes, (JSLalf pipes, 1 half sum Cape wine— John Griffiths ; 8 Cain hardware, 4 bales bags, 10 packages, con taining a lijdraiilic ]-reu, 99 reams paper,S cues types, 1 rack Chios— Thos. Woollej : 3 cases dnigi,* raski 1 case oil, 10 bundle* hoop iron, 1 wodI press— l'o order; 1 bale bags— G. Hobler ; IS barrels oranges— Joseph Penny. MaRCII 9— Sailed (he barque Alexander John el'in, Cijitnin M Larty, f«r Liverpool, Cargo, d4f..lja1rs #ool,0$ tons bark, 700 paliugs, 3 caiei cliriojtHes, 4 ca-ks hardware, 1 parcel apparel, 01 LoiWtea, KIxrcu 10— Sailed the ' IIikd,' Capta...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Co tlje Efcitsv. Sn-I rannnlloo mocli admire the n.iiniier In which Hie Bdltnr of Ihe lauiiceilmi itnrttttr hat com, menli-d upon Ihe nutr«seona cmiduclolthe conabthlcH lo»n.(l! Mr. Gilbert Ilobcrlnui, ol Hobail 1'nwn ; Hit he ahoiild have avoided Mr. Lylllclon'a name in hl- rc- rnsrk; i lilt slalliig ?? ihat it wni au r»niplarv fcaiuie In Mr. l,vtllelon'«t*il.llc c.mdurt Hi Police 'Hsclttialc, never to make it an oi'fr.iuiini! oonaideralion lo auunotl tucemmaun, ill lliair vesutuus piocecdlngt neaiuai he lulialltanH,' itvo(J of (rnlli.(lr«t li, fo,.^, I he proceedmga of the. conalaMea U the »,^re°U'-. I ravern, wlien a party or eentlemen wore K1?'*'' I ipon at 8 o'clock in the evening, toraally /?ei! '' I .y the connablea-the Landlady tlimw,, dow''1''* 1 rithout regard lo decency or mercy, «nd i£, '' I -eaten along the ttreett with the cnnauible't ,7?ir p111' I ocked «p in a dirty watch ltou-e all night, and iS' 'I11 I ined by U.e Police Hagitlrate In the morn', IS* I Evidence or t...

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Request. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

tnqiitfSt. A Jury vas summoned on Mnudty, to enquire into the ante of the dealt) of Mr. Jivcob McTilte— when. In cnniequence of the ebeence of a principal wltncH. it wei adjourned until Friday morning. Tlie following lithe teiult of the liivMtlc»Uon :— PCTUB ASCIIEK MtlLCRAVE, F.SO., CoTOtlcr. Mr. W. Conns. »vtorn— 1 tuna druggist— on Thursday (lie 3rd Mm cli, between 4 and £ o'clock, 1 ?« riding on tlie race course, at I.aunce.ton.ln company with tlie docmicd.Nr. Jaccilj Ntvillc, when I taw Mr. Jrnn- Mrnilt coming cmvardsiin, apparreully running' Ills lioreewilli another cpmlf.i.mi. Nr. Nc.ille was on my light liaud side— Sir. Menitt »?.« riding virj fasl. M Vr. Mcrrivt nnpvoac^c \», I \uvw*l Tnv lirir&D' vo Abe left, end for a mooienl loit tight of Mr. Neville and Hr. Merrill, Liu mimed lately lieird a conclusion— liirned round, and saw both tlr. Neville and Mr. Merrill oh «le crouiid— alw, Uieir twnea llirown down, mid III. lieadi of Ihelioreei Welkins In a lilrecliun nli...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Go tilt iEtfttor. S»— The etliautll. tailed out at the RWer, wluioit being ovci luuled by the Custom Home Officer stationed lh.ere for the purpose of performing llie duly— and several «ll\er vessel! bave been permitted to do tin mine. Now, Sir, tlie natural enquiry It-who it tin CuttomHouae Boarding Officer I I will tell you, and llie public— Hit a younc man named MaUon. who hat been five yeart at aen— the rcconimendalion liecaninl 11 to (lie Govemmeut— wot, in Ills being first mate of Hie I] George the Third— which veleel was loal In a strange [I maniier-when tailing into Hobarl Town. He recelvci | L1O0 per annum from the Custom Houae-and tome 1 £80 eddlilunal for aatitting (lie Port Officer, betidci ? Home Bent, and other mual trollt ol public office- 1 cqnnl In amount toLMO per annum. I Mr, Matron hat a coKtwaln, whoperforrai hit doUet- I and I underttand tie will an no account boaid anj ] VfSiels-duriuuDivi.ie Serviced. S«ndoj«. He(-sleeu- I lar attendant m Church— one of the Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

FaOM THE HO BART TOWN GAZETTE, GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Calomul Hecrflery'i Office, Feb. 2a,18?G. 1'liK Lirau-nnai G .veuior ll«f keen filesscd In «[V»''t (MU uudtriiu'litlonrd licilllculr.l fc, be JuslUel of Mic Pcucl*, lor Hie Teriilury ol Vaii Uiemeii'ft Lmd, J.i'hn Dunn, E-(]., Clinrles Auliur, B q.. Joiepu Gel, 111)1 und J. mimes K'i.. VVilliom Finiiki fit.]. Hi Inn C.-i-IIuicy1, command, ? Join. Moiriop. To be comtaMc, Jnlni Ilicln-iloii, free, ITtli lint. WHEAT. Ccmmisfariat Office, Holarl Tomn, Feb. 20. 'I'liNDrR.S. ?ddrt^i'd lo tlie underliced ''d I'11'-' 1 |iuly A.sisljnl Commissary Uvnenil Wuolralie, at tsuiuasion, to .upplj His Majesty-* Slurei «h|i U'keat. will be received unlit 18 o'clock on Tuesday lilt 6ll| HVic'wficat inu-l he of good quality. «'d f-« fi-um imut.nnd Hie cjuuinliy will be ascertained utter under eoi'B Ike process hi ?.kreriilng. The tenders must cx| retn tlie price per 100 pouudf in words ul li-i.Etl-, tlie pciiodoi delivery, and Hie name, olbonie inisnn ....

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LATJNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATUIIDAY, MARCH 12, 18SG. ?' Liberty with danger is ts be preferred to slavery wiilt security. SiLUJiT.' The laying the Water into the Town of Latin* ceston, we are very happy to state, is likely now to be accomplished. On Thursday last, we rode out to witness the ceremony of » OPENING THE TUN NEL' by the Lieutenant Governor. Upwards of 250 of the InhaMtAnts,Military,and Public Officers, were present, who joined in repeated hearty clicers towards the success of the grand undertaking. His Eicellency, after breaking the cbounp at the spot upon the bank of the South E*k from whence the funnel is to commence, stated, that he hoped the Water would be. in the Toivn ot Latinccston h\ eighteen months from that period. It appears to us very probable, thot.it will be—but the time employed in perfecting llie work,must depend altogether upon the strength of labor the Covciiimciit put upon it, and the assiduity it clcrcises. The Tunnel, we understand,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

fo he. Sold hy Public Auction, BY MR. G. HAMILTON, 0 1 RID AY THE 18jw MARCH, ' instant, -©ri tfjeJCroiniuV 6 faluabie Allotments, Situate op the Windmill Hill, corner of Wellra,i»n «ireel. For private- residence!, these Allotments «rg well worlbj the atten tion of the Public, commanding as they do, the view* of the Town and -Harbour, as wallas their central situation, being only a short distance from the Church Square. $tfr«$imnK ^R bc.probtoctt, 4th March, 1836. \To be Sold by Public Atustion, I BY MRi 0NDBRWOOD, Mm tit Rooms.eorner of Charles and Camtron I1', ireet.'Z 'hcurda/.tteWh -?» U«*V I *iVsi-« Merck, at Une o'clock precMty, I aithout the least resent, »« 5~ LnHIRTY Six do*en Kilmvoock caps ?i 16) ditto Scotch obj*1 ? 12 94th rugi ? 32 9-4th ditto ? 3 7-4'h ditto ? 4 64th ditto - / ? no dock frocks' - ' ' ? ' - - I 109 di;to ttomitn . ? 6 ditto destert ditto M 14. 28, 5G and 1)2 '-? kegs I Scbwl'books of various descriptions 9 Blgtered steel ? Shoes and boots ? Wellestey b...

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