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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846
IMPOUNDINGS. At Pentridge, 20th and 23rd September-A red sided bullock, wide horns, JT oft' rump, JD near thigh, illegible shoulder ; a red bullock, C j within diamond, off rum]), cocked horns ; a black ditto, AJJ near ribs, C off shoulder, S thigh : if not claimed, io be sold on the 19th day of Oc- tober.- 5s. At' Morang, Uiver Plenty, 23rd and 24th September-A bay mare, black points, star on forehead, small -white spot near side (under sad- dle), lame off fore leg, shoes on, JC,) neck off | ßide, Bq oft" shoulder, &lt;*> over CB near shoul- der . a strawberry working bullock, wide cock I horns, LD ribs, CII rump, M thigh near side ; a red bullock, snail horns, little white on bock and [ belly, HU off ribs; a strawberry poley heifer, , HY off rump; a white bullock, c° over A near | bip, A^ over j, off ribs, T off shoulder ; a red and white spotted heifer, no perceptible brand, young calf by her side ; a light red heifer, star on J forehead, little white on back belly and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846
T NOTICE. HE STEAMER _ "APHR.ASIA," will be laid up for paint- ing, da., on her return from Geelong on Friday next, and will resume her trips as usual on Tuesday next, the 20th instant. JOSEPH RALEIGH. Oct., 15. « Vesta," Steamer. ILL proceed to Gee iNrt/rNxw ' * 'onl» on Sunday the ¿j$5&§|p>- 17 th, at 7 in the morning, WYmffîïïV and after remaining there two hours will return to Melbourne, and start as usual the following morning nt 10 o'clock. B3§" No goods will bo taken on board. Cole's Wharf, Oct. 14. For Ziondon. II E fine first einen 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 Western Port. (To Sail on Tuesday, the 19t/i.) npiIE schooner "DIANA," U Chapman, master. For freight or passage apply G. W. COLE. Cole's Wharf, 14th Oct. Wanted. A MARRIED GENTLEMAN, without in cumbraucc, and who is acquainted with the French and Oriental Languages, wishes for a situation as tut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846
MR. E. M. L. SMITH has been appointed Collector and Shipping Reporter lor the Meluourne Argvs. WILLIAM KERR. Argns Office, 24thAugust, 1846. Notice. ! MR. WILLIAM CORP.has been appointed' General Reporter for the Mulbouune A «gus. j WILLIAM KERR, Argus Office, I 10th September, 1046. , Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Oflice of this Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with ] the view of enabling the owneis to recover their missing stock at small expense. We have, therefore, to invite settlers who may have strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to this office a description of such cattle which will be published tree of charge, and continued until claimed by the owner or owners. Owners of missing cattle who may recognise the description in the published lists will be fur- nished with information as to where the cattle are to bo found, on application at this Office, and paying the sum of 2s. 6d., for each an...
LIGHT HOUSES, BASS'S STRAITS. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846
LIGHT 'HOUSES, BASS'S STRAITS. No 1. Letter from tha Colonial Secretary of Van Die- men's Land! to the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (No.-308,) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Van Diemen's Land, Colonial-Secretary's Office, 29th May, 1846. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; . Sir,-I have the honor to inform you, that the Light House.on Kent's Group" is now-in course of erection, and I am directed 'by Lieutenant Governor Sir J. Eardley Wilmot, to' beg you will move his Excellency Sir George Gipps, to re- quest that the Lantern intended for the llight, House in question, may be for- &nbsp; &nbsp; warded to this Colony direct from Eng- land, and.as soon as possible. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; l have, &c., &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 October 1846
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. October 12,—Alexander, cutter, 18 tons, Gullen, master, from Circular Head. Pas- sengers-Joseph Rowland, W. Lancaster, B. «¿altham. F. Pittman, agent, October 13.-Coquette, schooner, 72 tons, Whitefield, master, from Adelaide. Passengers -W. Lloyd and wife, W. Bennett, wife, and child, James Cook, Thomas Hicks, Joseph Moorse, F. William. Dalgety, Borrodaile, and Gore, agents. October 15.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tous, kilmore, master, from Launceston, Passengers -Mr. Peter i .Nicholson, Mr. W. Headlam, Mr. T. Williams, Mr. Cettn, Mr. Ebden, Mr. Ben- jamin und three children, Mr. P. Oakden, Mr. J. Atkinson; Mrs Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Beaver 661h 'the èteèrage. II. A. Smith, agent. CLEARED OUT. Octooef 13.-¡-Flying- Fish, schooner, 122 tons, Clinch, master, for Hobart Town. Passengers Mr, and Mrs. Grunt, Mr. and Miss Lester, Mrs. Ockerby, Mrs. Tonkin, Mr Wilton, Mr. King, Juines Hoodley. ' October 13.-Julia, brig, 118 tuns, Clarice, master, for Hobart Town....
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Conveyance of Mails, in 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
PORT PHILLIP ~~" GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, Conveyance of Malls, in 3,8«, CONVEYANCE being required for the Post Office Al ails as undermentioned, for one year from the 1st January 1847, persons disposed to contract (or providing the same are invited to transmit their offers in writing to this office by twelve o'clock on Monday, the 2nd da}' of No- vember next, endorsed *" Tender for Conveyaiico of Mails," viz. : From Alelbourne, by way of Bunnenyongnnd the Grange, to Portland, and for the return thereof by the snme route, once a week. From the Grimge to'the Glenelg north of the River Wannon, by a given line of route, and from thence to Mount Gumbier, and for the return tliereof by the same roule, once a fort- night. From and to Melbourne and the Post Office near Alount AIaceddn,_once a week. From and to Port, Fairy and Fiery Creek, once a week. From the Post Office in Melbourne to vessels m Hobson'» Bay, twice a day ; and fr. m vessel» in Ilobson'a Bay to the Post Office in Alelbourne as ...
FOURTH TERM, 1846. The Fourth Term commences on Tuesday, the 20th of October, and ends on Saturday, the 14th of November, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
FOURTH TERM, 1846. lTke Fourth Term tommences on Tuesday, the 20th of October, and ends on Saturday, the 14th uf November, 1846. i &lt;? MOTION DAYS.-Tuesday, 20th October; Satitr du'y, 24ltf'; 'Tuesday, $] pi; Saturday &\s( ; Suesr day. fid jfiavepih'cr;'^Saturday, 7«fJ Tuesil^y, 1,0,//* ¡a/itf ßßturdaij, ,14/A.,' ," ,.,' ,' " " * lípbitríyijfii» 'C^jîàzfilfclVfijlQesdqy, 21sí, Oç ío/jer^'^ili^uVá^iáie^caiijes to be~set^ßowij. fox. 'this day, provided me^aefendänt*s time for'pua'dui¿ shall have expired in sufficient time for that pur- I Pos»-and ,/IBCfc tim, shall noTh^rTeZZTT^ such, cans' may be set ¿own far ann dil!' *" for the trial of ¿ofended JL belr7ÍPP°'nt,Í four special jurors ' ' ° JurH "J CAUSES TO BE TRUD nr A JURY or Frm* . Juno». Wednesday^ Ootober^Z'^f Monday, 2bth, Wednesday 2ñth r J y'2iri>, Monday, 2nd November ' *"*> *U PST-^ÏÏ^ S Voir J?r being resenedjor specialjury causes ' * r;LQU/1V OOA?/, J ^CLLSIAS"CAL BUSINESS - Thuisday 22nd Octobei,...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the Coquette wo have Adelaide journals to the 3rd mst, ? Governor Robe has been put in " a fix' by the unofficial members ol the Legislative Council de terminedly resisting the pa=smg of a Bill lutro duced by'his Lxeellendy by direction of the Secretary of State, imposing a rojalty of one sixteenth upon all metal«, &c , raised m the province. On the question for the second reading of the Bill being carried by his Excellency's casting vole agninst the unanimous voice of the whole ol the Unofficial members, these gentlemen, vu - Mr Morphett, Major O Halloran, Captan Bagot, nnd Mr Davenport, immediately ree, bowed to the Goicrtior, and left the Council chamber, leaving his Excellency without,, a quorum, and consequently unable to protíee 1 with the Incisure Mr Horrocks whose departure on »n exploring expedition, und sut sequent suffering f,¿ni tin bursting of his gun hud died horn tbacflectsof the accident, 1 here is no other intelligence of any amount in th...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (From the Adelaide Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
ñaii'j'ó. $lvk OF"'',GÓdb-HOPFr' ' (Frein the Adeluide Observer.) , THE brigantina Joseph Albino, which armed on Sunday last, hi ought South Afncan lupers to ¿üljfä 8tb nil lusive »Wile incursions of the Kaffirs have been check ed-, but retributive opciations against them lind been much retarded hy the want of means of con veyance fop the supplies required hv the ngulnr ti Oops, liurghcr forces, and îiutivenuxilurjes as se'inuléd upon the frontier Ihe llurgher levies seem to have been made with an mt) xi ble coi s ni lim which renlele.1 service iu perdón or hy «üb ntute i nperative upon the cousciipts and we have been tissuied that co'onists capable of bearing arms found it some what diilii ult to leave the colony uqjess thev had jiassed the scrutiny, or the h illot or,wííut¡ not» ' iUjthejmidst of a|l these wars and rumours of nar1, the prbgiess of luiul impiovemeut m the Colonial nJetropohs uus uninterrupted A new theatre hal been opened , u Gas Com pany was on the point ol coinme...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sin-Some tune ago the diapers of this town agreed tu shut 'heir jil lees of business at seven o'clock duung the winter, and at eight o'clock during thu summer months. I was surprised to see the shop of an individual possessing rather a high situation m town, open to ten o'clock this week, which I hive been informed is the general way with lum-there are several others who are nparly as bad-now I wrçuld ask these gentle- men (? | if they consider themselves honorable (or I might almost say honest) men by .not abiding to the agreement which they ¡signed in iavor 0/ the assistant drapers ? 1 lusting this will be sufficient to induce them to comply with the more respectable shopkeepers, who adhere to boura agreed upon of closing their establishments. AN OBSERVER: 11th Oct., 1846. [We would rather, in cases of glaring delin- quency of this kind, that our correspondents would Jet it be known, who it is they arc speaking of,,for it is not right the inno...
In the Insolvent Estate of John M'Nall, late of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, butcher. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
In the Insolvent ]Estate of John HP Nail, late of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of Neto South Wales, bulcher. NOTICE is hereby given in conformity to the 60th section of the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales, 5th Victoria, No. 17, that by an order of the h momble the Supreme Court of New South Wales, for the District of Port'Phillip, in its insolvency jurisdiction, bearing dute the seven- teenth day of October instant, Archibald Cun inghame, lato of Melbourne, aforesaid, Esquire, the Trustee confirmed for the colleciion, adminis- tration, and distribution of the estate and effects of John M'Nall, the above named insolvent, was removed from his office as such trustee, as afore- said on account of being absent from the colony of New South Wales. ' Dated at Melbourne, the nineteenth day of October, in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred und forty six. ROBERT WILLIAMS POHLMAN, ' Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates,...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
S&fppi»8 JïnMUsmct. ' ARRIVE betober 17-Cfti-4&lt;ii}0j hn^ SaundeM) mas .ter, from Sv ""jey j,or ¡car¡,0 inn(j passengers see Argus of the 16th October II A Smith, agent CLEARED OUT. October) 14-Swan, brig, Carder, master, for Iiunceston Passengers-Ciptim Kenny 11th Regiment, Mr King, Mr Kingsbury, Mr Wicks, Sergeant of 11th Regiment and wife, Mr J Cobb, Mr J Peck, Mr J Poad . October 14 -Resolution, cutter, Moodie, muster, for Hobart Town JSo passengers October 17-Preciosa, barque, 500 tons, J G Jupejo, master, for Sydney Passengers R Martin, Lsq , M F lernandez, Lsq , John Wright, Lsq , Bell Robeitson, Lsq October 19-Pettel schooner,63tons,Louttit, I master, for Sydney Passenger-Mr Murphy ' SAILFD I October 16-Film and Elisabeth, for Port Fairy and Portland I October 16 -Maiys, for Geelong October 17 -Saan, for Launceston EXPORTS October 14 -Sitan, brig, for Launceston-250 sheep, 17 hhds black oil, 1 case cottons, 4 tierces and 20 casks beef, 2 tons pig iron Octob...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Town of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
PORT PHILLIP G-OVSRariffiENT GAZETTE, Towa of Shelbourne. NOTICE is hereby given that tenders for the erection of certain additional yards at the Melbourne Cattle Murket, 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 Hie Public Works Committee," nnd 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. Town Clerk's Office, '.' Melbourne, Oct. 12, 1849; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 12th October, 1846. THE Queen having been graciously pleased to appoint his Honor Charles Joseph La Trobe, Esquire, to the tempoiary administration of the Government of Van Diemen's Land ; his Excellency the Governor, in virtue of the autho- rity vested in him, under her Majesty's Com- mission, is pleased to appoint William ...
Commercial Intelligence. CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
(Eommwinl ïntellifleiwc. CATTLE MARKET. O.VR hundred and twenty-four fat cuttle, thirty B.x lout), four cows, two bullocks, and twelve hundred and fifteen wethers, have this week been sold in the market yards at the different sales. Fat cattle have not been over plentiful, and former prices have been obtained-103. to 12s. per lOOlbs. In lean cattle little doing, without much alteration in price. Working bullocks not so much cnquiicd nfter. Shorn sheep were sold about l.}d per lb., partly 1er shipping und to the butchers. ' THOMAS K1SS0CK. Saturday, Oct. 17, 1847.
THE DELEGATE. THE following is the first communication received from Mr. Cuninghame:— London, 30th May, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
THE DELEGATE. THE following is the first communica- tion received from Mr. Cuninghame : ', ? 'London, 30th May, ' 1845. Sir -I beg to inform you, as chairman of the correspondence committee, that I arrived here on the loth instant having landed at Dartmouth, and proceeded by railway to Loudon. Some delay in communicating with the Co- lonial Office unavoidably occurred, partly aris- ing from an illness which confined me to bed for two days, and partly1 from" the necessity for my learning what had been done in relerence to Australia, during the nine mouths of the history of which 1 knew nothiuc-what weie the sup p isod opinions of the present Colonial Secretary thestnto of parties-the adverse or favourable in- fluences that had been or in ¡¿ht be at work, and all that detail information which might enable me in approaching the Colonial Office, to avoid dangerous ground, or to take advautuge of fa- vouring circumstances. 1 beg to enclose copies of my letter of the 25th instant, to Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
JOB PRINTING. jgi PUBLIC ARE nEsptcTFUixir INFOUMID, THAT OF ALL K,INDS, WILL Bil EXECUTED AT THE MELBOURNE AB GUS OFilCE, K if A neatness, accuracy, and despatch Til Printer paiticnlirly invites attention to hfi ftmU'iSnfB,00K WORK, the uholi of hi» typt ¡m that purpose being perfectly hew, and conse t tully greatly snperiot to any othir office in Htlbourne
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
MARRIED, By special license, on Tuesday, the 29th of September, at St. John's Church, Brisbane, hy the Rev. John Gregor, M. A., Robert R. Mac- kenzie, Esq., third son of Sir George Stewart Mac- kenzie, Baronet, of Coul, Scotland, to Louisa Alexandrina, second daughter of Richard Jones, Esq.
RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION THE subjoined despíttch ñom Mr, Secre- tary Gladstone, which was laid before the Legislative Council by his Excellency the Governor on, the 7th instant, shews ptetty cleatly the leanings of the Home Gcnernment oh the Subject of the renewal of transportation to New South Wales, Poi t Phillip ipcluded. "( The Secretary of State and the'Gover nor both express anxiety to comply with the wishes of the colonists in the matter. Ours we shall speedily place them in pos- session j of, and ours we believe are the opinions of Ihree-fourths of the members of this whole community. " ' We piotest, then, in the strongest pos- sible terms against the renewal (or ra-, ther the' institution) of transportation to Port."Phillip, in any shape or .on an)' teims, and we refuse unconditionally to have this Province converted into a sink- hole, fo^ the reception of Bixtish criminals by whatever.iname they may be called. ' j It matters not that at the ptesent we are re.eiving','iñ t...
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM SWAN RIVER. (From the South Ausir[?]lian, Oct. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
IMPORTAIT &lt;1 ( ii NEWS" I ROM ''s'WAÑ' R1VLK. -' ' (Trum the South Ausinlian, >Octi 2 ) iFiotn Western Australia we have papers to the Slid, ult Our neighbouis there have been thrown into the greatest evcitemeiit by the disco very (leal or supposed) ol coal, lead, nnd cop per , nor was it calculated to allay the excitement that the discoveries were made on the eve of Mr tsiiigleton s departure for India, as an envoy td establish steam communication with India, via Singapore too important were the* dlscovene«, and ihe op poitiiiny for giving them publicity considered, that ilia Perth iuquii/ii.-issuul a sheet extruordi nary for the Indian and Lnghsh public. In reference foTthe substauce discovered, al leged to be coal, wo believe that there is little doublof its being bonu h le black diamond Ihe maunerol its'discovery was purely accidental i\. Mr beacham and his sons, while cutting a ditch on their lauds (which ure situated about tu ¿ii ty five miles from Port Gladstone...
Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846
Court of Requests« FOR TAH COUNTY OF BOURKE. NOnCK is hereby given that the Court of Request* for this County will be holden III Melbourne, ut the Court House, Collius-Mrcet, on Monday, the 2nd Nov., 1846, and tim following duys, at the hour of nine o'clock in tlio forenoon. Plaints must be delivered at the office of til« Registrar, on or before Saturday, the 24th day of Outob r instant. Defences or bets-off must be filed on or before Thursday, the 29th instant. Every plaint, defence, or set^oft", must have th name and residence of 'plaintiff and defendan written thereon. In defended cases the plea of defence, or notice of sst-ofl', must be in accordance with the forais prescribed by the lue Rules of Court. By Order of the Com missioner, J. 8. GRIFFIN, Registrar, Melbourne, lOth October, 1846.