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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

IMPOUNDING?. At Morang Pound, River Plenty, 80th Sep- tember, 1846-A red cow, star on forehead, little ffhite on belly and flunk, F (in circle) near tump, young calf by her side ; a red heiler, wide toras, atar ou forehead, little white on belly and» lau, no brand ; a brown cow, white spot» on head, neck, belly, and legs, J13 rump, H\V over 8 ribs, ° over ( ° under shoulder milking iide; a yellow sided cow, widu cock horn», white bock belli and tali; 3 shoulder, C1 rump (nnd three letters blotched below it) milking »nie, like' 1) near rump, young calf hy her side; a large red bull, blo'ched on both rumps and as if been burnt; a red cow, wide horns, little white on back belly and tail, O off rump, ML (conjoined) and blotched bland nenr rump, 3 over A near thi"h, young call by her side j a roan cow, head »ml neck brown, o-o rump, blotched brand on thigh nnd ribs, all milking side ; a light chestnut maic, long mane and tail, blaze down the face, neurhind leg H hile, bt und M or03 near ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

I MB E. M, L. SMITH lins been appointed Collector and Shipping .Reporter (or the MELBOUIINK Anova , WILLIAM KltRR Argus Office, 24th August, 1846. Notice» MR. WILLIAM CORP,has been appointed. General lteporter lor the MELBOUUNE Anovs. WILLIAM KERB. Argug Office, 10th September, 1846. Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of n number of our subscribers we hilve opened at the Publishing Ofhce of this Journal,, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with tlic view ot enabling the owners to recover their missing stock at small expense We huve, therelore, to invite sot tiers who moy have strayed cattle on their runs, to 'uruish to this oftice a description of such cuttlu which will be published tree ot clnrge, and continued until churned by the owner or owners Owners of missing cattle who may recognise | the description in the published lists will be tur nished with information as to whtie the cattle are to be lound, ou «| plication at this Office, and paying the sum of ¿¡, ud , foi each ani...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

To the Public. MESSRS. FIELD AND KENT BEG most respectfully to apprise the inhab: tints of Alelbourne, and its vicinity that they have commenced business as Pastry cooks, Confectioners, Wholesale Ginger bier AJnnufec turers, and i ¿ney Bread and Biscuit Bakers, at the corner of Queen and Little Bourke streels, adjoining the Pastoral Hotel N li -"-Wedding cakes made on the shortest notice. Dinners and Suppers provided siiipiisc suir-LUD A GLASS Or FIRST RAIE BURTOV ALE can be had at the " COMNERCUL INN," Collins-street Fue MatnounvE Aacus u published o/i th mornings of 1 uesday, and 1 nday in each week, and foiwaided simultaneously to eui) pjit oj the piovince, and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Swan ¡livtr, New Zealand, the Mum Unis, the Cupe oj God fiope, England, li eland, and Scotland, th United States nf Arnot tea, Tuince, India, c\c, by eve]y possible ^ppoilunitii. Hie quarttn tei minute on the 31st Match, 30/a June, ¡9th September, and S 1st December, at which ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

Domestic Intelligence. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC Church.-The Rev. P. B. Geoghegan, late of St Francis' Church, Melbourne, being on the eve of de- parture from the province, for England the friends and admirers of the Rev. gentleman have resolved upon presenting him with a farewell address, and a purse of one hundred and thirty sovereigns in testimony of their regard. The committee appointed to prepare the address, vix. : Henry Moor, Esq., J. P., Mr. Councillor   O'Shaughnessy, and Mr. Edmund Finn have completed their work and will wait upon the Rev. gentleman, by appointment, on Thursdny next, al noon, to present the address and receive the reply. THE SUB-TREASURERSHIP.-It will be seen from the official notice published in another column, that Captain M'Crae, and not Mr. Simpson, is to bo the Sub-Treasurer of the pro- vince, during Captain Lonsdale's tenure of the office or Superintendent. THE SUB-GOVERNMENTS - Colonel   Barney's , commission, instructions, &a...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

3Dorrtfßffc-3Entelliflenc«. HAIN - Notwithstanding the heavy rains which soire time since fell in the vicinity of the Goulburn River and Melbourne, strangely enough the intervening country lying about ihe Mern Crtek vas not blessed with a single shower, and, consequently, it is burned and dried up to the t,reat detriment of the crop« A STUMP -Just by the entrance to the New Club House 13 au enormous stump m the centre of the foo path, four 01 five inches above the surface, over which ladies nre continually stumblpig Doubtless the gallantly of the morn bers of the club will cause this stumbl ng bloc)w I to be eradicated. REV DR LAÑO, M. C-'The Portland Ga.etia speaking of Mr. Wentworths bill for rcndinng certain persons therein enumerated in capable of being elected membcis of the Legislu tivtí Council, and to make void the election of any mi ml er who shall accept any office of ¡refit from the Crown, has the following remarks in reference to the Rev Dr Laug, M C , written under the ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 October 1846

2*or Sydney. rp ÜIE iron steam Ship _ SHAMROCK, G. Gilmore, commander, _ will leave tho Queen's ! Wharf, at noon, on Tuesday next, the 20th instant, uud proceed direct to sea for the above port. For freight or passage apply to H. A. SMITH, i Agent, Market-square, October 16,1846. For ¡London. II E fine first eins1? teak built ship " WILLIAM WILSON," 418 tons, Captain _ W. E, Shaw. For freight or passage apply to the commander on board, or JAMES CAIN. Wanted. A MARRIED GENTLEMAN, without in cumbrance, and who is acquainted with the French and Oriental Languages, wishes for a situation as tutor to the junior branches of a family, as writing master m an academy, as store keeper, or as clerk in a merchant's office. Application to he made io XYZ, at the Anous Office-if by letter post-paid. Inn-To Let. TO LET-a country inn, about seventy miles from Iqwn, on one of the principal thoroughfares iu the District, in an excellent si- tuation and full business. For particulars, apply to W. H. BA...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Government Notice, [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

Government Notice, NOTICK is hereby given, tlint Mr. fienrj Darling Kemp having- returned to Port Phillip, after the expiration of his leave of ab- sence, will enter upon the duties of his ofSce from the 15th October, under the designation of " Chief Postmaster for the District of Port Phillip." W. LONSDALE. . Superintendent's Oftice, Melbourne,' 15th Oct., 1846. IIIE MrxBOURNF ArtGUs is published on ¡hi mai nings oj 2 uesday, and 1 riday in each ueck, and joi warded simultaneously to eiery pai t oj the province, and to Sydney, Van üiemen's Land, South Anslialta, iuan River, New Zealand, the Mauritius, the Cape of God Hope, Lugland, Ii eland, and Scotland, tht Ujutcd. States oj Ameiica, Fiance, India, b\t, bift eveiy possible />ppoitumly Die quaile» tei minute on the 31st March, ¿Oth June, 30M Septembei, and 31 st Decemtci, at which ftriedt ovrv can subset ibers decline, by giving notice a mi iting, arid paying the amount due to the ed oj the curicnt ijuartei. Persons desirous oj...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Friday, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

eiommcuct'al ïntcUt'gencc. , MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fiiday, Octobct 23. WriBAT.-This article remains at Gs. per bushel, tha piicc to which it fell last week, but unless the weather be more favourable for the -erops than the last two or threo da\b huVo been, a riie will take place immediately. Fr.oun is iilso the same us last quoted, viz. : - £16 per20001bs. for first quality, and £14 10s. lor «econds ; 5s. per bushel is given lor oats, which are scarce. There is no English barley in the murket. HAÏ.-Very scarce and fetching £4 10«. ' per ton. ' . ' CAITLE-Since our last report the supply oí fat cattle has fallen short of the demand, but in ihe ensuing week the reverse is expected, a large quantity ol fat cattle' being OB the road for the market. A lot of 20 head sold during the week averaged £5 each, or 13s. per 1 OOlbs., and tin.-»- . lherlot£3 15a. each, or Ila. (id. per lOOlbs, Bullocks, for yoking, are fetching £2 2«. co £3 ; working" bullocks have been sold for £11 per pair. SIIKEP...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

BIRTH. On the 20th October, at Brunswick street, Collingwood, Mrs. Frederick Berkeley St. John was safely delivered of a son.

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LA TROBE'S LAST KICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

LA TROBE'S LAST KICK. THE first check upon Mu La Trobe s seven j ears most \enial administration of the Government of Poit Phillip, as re- gards appointments to the Magistracy, was the passing of the Melbourne Incor- poración Act That after incessant wiig- . glinjr, begot so far set aside, as to petone of lus , most despicable creatures-Mr James Smith-into the Ton n Commission of the Peace , but it still formed such an impracticable turner in the way of hit. duly rev> aiding Ins gossips and back- stairs tale-bearers, that we find lum, on i > ' hi* last visit to Sydney,, under the neces- | sity ' of beseeching- his Jixcellency ithe Governor to .initiate a measure repealing îiich-ajii jncoinpment lavi and proposing to "m» town juiirsdiction to any 'Justiceof the Peace resident in or within ten miles of the town. I Now as this is virtually saying that there is not a sufficiency of respectable inhabitants within the town whereof to compose a sufficient magistracy-the which is a li...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of Robert Selkrig, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, rectifier. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

PORf PHILLIP GOVERNMENT OAZETTS. h the Insolvent Estate of Robert Selkrig, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in tin Colony of Kew South Walis, rectifier. ARCHIBALD M'LACIILAN of Melbourne in the District and Colony aforesaid, being lim official nss'gneeappointed for the above named «tate, notice is hereby given that all debts due io (lie said estate, are to be paid to him, the said official assignee ; and that a third public meeting of the creditors of (he said Robert Selkrig, will be holden before me, at my office, Supreme Court1 House, La Trobe-street, Melbourne, on Monday, the thirtieth of Novemler next, at deven o'clock in the forenoon, for the proof of debts and receiving the report of the said officia, usignee, as to the then condition of the said iftatc, and for giving bira "direction! as to the future management thereof. Dated at Melbourne, this 21st day of October, i.D. 1846. ROBERT WILLIAMS POHLMAN. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. No. 136. In the Supr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

??M&:*MM0Tzv'ê'.- ' Tar PUBLIC 'ins'»E$'r EcrruLLY INI-OBMEDJ THAT of ALL-KINDS, -"? ',' ' '.' ' WILL BÍEXEClilEUÁT ; .._..;. TSE ÏWE1.BOVRNE ÄRGVS "?:'.':' /''.'.OFFICE,"..':;-.,''' ??-?%?; ' Ifi'ÍA neatwssjácéu^tyyun'd.despatehy',''/. The Printer particularly(invites attention tehis ?ptintmg of BOOK- WORK, the whole of 'hf'tjjpe for that purpose - being perfectly 'new, and:.çon$c pently greatly superior to any other1' office in Melbourne. '"'' ,' '

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WAR BETWEEN THE U. STATES AND MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

WAR BETFEEN THE U: STATES T ^ ""<" «-AND METTCn. ' ' '" ' THE following proclamation, tleclaung war, was issued - m THE 111CS1DEN1 or THF UNITED STVTES or \MLK!G\ " Whereas, .tlíe Gong) ess of the United States,'by ¡virtue of. the constitutional au- thority vested in them,ofhave declared.by their act, bearingudate this^date, thal, by the act of the Republic 'of ¡»Mexico, a;state of war exists between'the two' Govern- ments : "'. '. '"'^ J'-H" "' . " Now, therefore, I, James IÇ""Polk, President of these United States ''of ^Ame- rica, do hereby proclajm<Ithe''1s'aniei_to'all whomjtmay^concern. AndI-do specially e'tijoirTorfall persons"holding" offices? cïvïl or Pmilitary, under itliê"1 authority 'ofÇ'the United States, that they lie vigilatïïï?and zealous in discharging the duties incident thereto; J ÍI. J' .. I - . ni -A] ' x > U -\, ' .? " iAnd-I'do moreover exhort all' the good igs . ,;ß ofinjured nations-and as , they'consult "(Hijjbest means under the ble...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

^J9omesí inintelligence. PROGRESS OF OIIANGEISM. - Australia Eelix,is,.npt the only appendage of .the, British Empjre,-in which' tHe. Protestant; j ifiliabiianlsfhayè^ouild'it ab¥piutely','n'e-~* ce¥safjr':'tó'form an organization for the** purposyofpreventing liberty?'. of. thought' and action, from being: trampled :.oaV:byv, ? brute force. We leam from a late Irish' paper that the'vOiaùgenfen lof Toronto, Ganada;i.liave.!fpr>ya'rded; an.:address ;of sympathy ,'tö'Jas...-Watson, and; Edward A-rcndallpEsqrs.: on their;dismissal¡;from the commission of the'..-peace,! anditiis stated.-!ithat-i an address of similar, import will be.fowarded fr.om.tÍic,gr,a^idUo,dgc'<of North America,\so .soon as i the ^members tíari"be,-'got.tpg'ether.fi«iThe-!'letter;>!accom-. pahyifig the^'Tór'óntoi'address í concludes as follows:-" We would further ,'staltf, for the satisfaction'of our Irish brethren, that tiWlily "of Na'ásaW-was'hevérplauted in a more congenial soil, or was blessed...

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LETTER FROM THE HONORABLE FRANCIS SCOTT, M.P. London, 1st June, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

LETTER FROM~fHJÉ HONORABLE London,']st"Junef-1846.n Vßi ft^Since JL; last; 'âddt és'sëd^'Sy oü,'\ I have had the honour of!, receiving your despatches* of the' 6th ' October, and Slh1 (November^ -1845, directing m'y,!atten*tion ' to variousu.niatters of"rnaVnitude and | importance, which irequiieu the early and deliberate .consideiatibmof "the JÍm'-1 -peiialiGovernment.' i/'.in ,- ?' lf n-nl .iDi)I',}vas, uuahle>to make any earlier'com-1 muh'ication* to 'you, on the' points1 W-1 braced'in' your' despatches')'as I 'hadJhau\ no opportunity'' of communicating'yv'nhj the Colonial Office on 'the^quesiionsY^'--' ferred to.'"I avri noAv enabled,'tó"'slá(eí that atan interview at the Colonial Office,. 1 ^distinctly i sulimiile^to, the ¡Seciet.iry forJthe Colonies a fice andi unreserved communication of the whole substance, of ,your j despatches. I teceivedia'repiy that the subjects alluded-< to" rtíqtnre further- deliberation; and other andmore appropriate opportunities.' ' '"...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

JBomcíSttc ïnteHigmcr. WHEN ROGUES FALL OUT, &C.-We never published " the Correspondence Com- mittee'* instructions" to Mr. Cmiiiighame at nil, nor would we unless paid for us an adver- tisement ;>for three'columnsof greater dictatorial, arbitrary, and seme/ess trash and bombast, never imanated from the,pen of Mu. EDWARD Cumi ! ! ! -Port Phillip Herald, [Alas ! poor Yorlok ! lio. M.A.] _ POLICE OFFICE DOCUMENTS.-We have been requested by the J'olice Office authorities to contradict, in the/most unequivocal terms, an injurious statement,'reflecting upon them, which appeared in the Patriot 'of yesterday, to the eflect that certain documents were missing from the Police-office. There is not one word of truth in the statement,-no documents whatever being missing from the files of the Police Court THE BAPTISTS.- We have been re- quested hy the Rev.J. Ham, to state that he has received from Sydney the necessary authority for the registration of births, marriages, and deaths, an...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

iToJhe Editor ojxthe Melbourne Aigus,¡í ,£-*Sfn~In the many interesting notices which, 1 nt-'viirious times, have appeared in the local news * "papers,1 of1 the several total abstinence societies' of i^jíilboitrne,- iiothing'lnis'ever been^ said'relativ to that »inch is unquestionably the ' móst'ulter >>ustiiigyif not the''most important of the'whole, 'rilimtjly^ilic Juvenile Total Abstinence Society. , <..JTIHS society was established no longer ago than > the'20th of March'in the present year, (the day '.on'which the foundation stones of Prince's Bridge -¡andjlie Ho«pitul>'werelaid;Vnnd,it already num ß'beis upwaids'of'150'members'. It was foimed by the Australia Felix Total Abstinence Sotlety, ud is styled " 'lhe Juveuile Branch" of that society. s autíiSoiín after" its ' fouiiïlation, applications were mode to the various schbols ni the town lor pci nmsion to address the pupils on the benefits of tolaUabstinence. > Diese applications were kindly and read...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

IJMPOUWDJJVGS. At Pentridge, 3rd October, 1846, (damages, 4». per head)-A light brown cow, cocked horns, C1 off shoulder ; u strawberry sided cow, cocked I horns, CT rump; a brindle sided yearling steer, j unbranded : if not claimed to be sold 1st No Tember.-4s. 3d. At Melbourne, on September 26tli, 1846-One red mid white spotted yearling heifer, near rump, HD. On the 29th ult-'Jrespass, < 6d. each.- j One black she-gout, white on belly and sides, top ] off left ear, and slit on the right, has agrey she Lid ; one sandy bearded she-goat, top oil both cars, has two young black she-kids ; one grey she ' goal, beurded, has a black she kid ; one grey ram goat, near fore leg broke ; one young grey ram goat, bearded ; one light cream coloured she goat, bearded ; one two-tooth grey she goat, bemded; has a sandy ram kid; one grey and sandy (mixed) she goat, a brown stripe dovn the back ; one young grey she goat, black about the bead and legs, has two young sandy kids . one I sandy...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

Shipping Sntclltsntce. ARRIVED. t October 22 -David, schooner, 67 tom>, Bow- den, master, fi om Hobart Town Passengers JV Oakley, Phillip and Peter Sulley, Jamo» Weekly, Air M'Shane, ^ Og/Jvic, James Jabins, ¿David Smith, John Y\ ild, Henry Mason, R Al mon October 22 -Scotia, schooner, Ogilvie, master, from Hobart lown Passengers-("cabin) Messrs D Pitcairno, Joseph Martin, A Gas Jrarth Steerage-Mrs Holland B children, W Stymes, wife and two children, W Lnngly, wife »nd five children, I bomas Beachy, wife and five children, Messrs h M'ÎS. amoru, Thoma» Bee, G Stewart, and Mary Pul| it B^jjT A schooner m sight at sundown C CI CARI D OUT Octobe- 20 -Shamrock, bteam ship, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, for Sydney Passengers-Mr rHnd Mr«1 Gray, Mr 1 Gray, Miss Gray, and two chi dren, Mrs Bowman, ( hild and sei vant, Mr H Campbell, Mr IKshir Mr Atkinson, Mr Celti, ¡Mrs Williamson, and two daughters, Mrs Sherwin Steerage-Mr Gordon, Mr Shield«, Air Toster, Miss 1 oster, 1 welvo Blacks -ind Si...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 23 October 1846

MR E M. L. SMITCI has been appointed Collector and Shipping Reporter for the JMtuiounNi. AIIOUB. WILLIAM KERR .' Argna Office, , , i i 24tbAugust>lJ846. , , j ,>, it' _I ; 1- II »111 ; u "i f Notice- '" ¡ I - ." -', R. WILLIAM CORP,hns been appointed _ _' General Reporter1 for the M¿LBOUII¡VE Ancus. 2)1 nu J J n i i i u J "WILLIAM KERR ?» i Argus OiSce, ' ' ' ' 10th September, 1846. J ' ' ' ' Register of Strayed Cattle, ,, - i Al the request of n number of our subscribers we huve openediiit tho Publishing Office oj this Journal, a J-legistry of Strayed Cattle, with the view ot enabling the owners to recover their missing stock at emull expense! i ! { Wt have, tbe¡afpre, to invite settlers who moy have stiayed tcatlje on their runs, to rfurnish to this ointe a description of such cattle which will be published fieo of charge, and continued until chimed by the owner or owners. ! i i " Owners of y mißsing cattle ¡who rnay recognise the description in the published lists Will be' ...

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