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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At Pentridge, 3rd October, 1846, (damages, 4s. per head)-A light brown cow, cocked horns, CI off shoulder ; a strawberry sided cow, cocked horns, CT rump ; a brindle sided yearling steer, unbranded : if not claimed to be sold 1st No- vember.-4s, 3d. At Kalkallo, 10th Oct., 1846-One dark bay horse, saddle marked, square tail, ring bone near fore foot, long hairs off hind fetlock, blind off eye, like K o X off shoulder. If not released to be old on thre 2nd Nov. At Melbourne, on October 9, 1846-One yellow and white cow, off rump UR over K, off side °> over M in diamond or N, off shoulder TI over y, near rump TI over y, thigh D ; a red yearling bull, white belly, by her side; one yellow steer, near side on the back M or N; one white and red spotted poley yearly heifer, no perceivable brand : if not claimed, to be sold on the 31st day of October.-5s. 6d. At Pentridge, 7th October, 1846-A bay mare, heavy in foal, long tail, small star forehead, a white speck near ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

Sapping Enteriígnue. ARRIVED. ^Oct. 23-Swan River Packet, 79 tons, Luca», roaster, from Hobart Town. October 24.-Enterprise, ship, 338 tons, W. Wright, master, from London 29th June, and Plymouth 6th July. Oct. 24-Alpha, cutter, 37 ton1», Roche, mas- ter, from Portland Bay and Port Fairy. Passen- gers-Mr. W. Wylde, W. Slater auií wife, three j prisoners and one constable. CLEARED OUT. | Oct. 23-Diana, schooner, Chapman, master, for Western Port. Oct. 23-David, schooner, Bowden, master, for Hobart Town. Passenger-Mr. M'Shane. Oct.'23-Marys, schooner, Griffiths, master, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock and child, and Mrs. Propsting. < Oct. 24-Alexander, 11 tons, Guillan, master, for Circular Head, in ballast. Passengers-B. Marsden, F. Bond, W. Randall, J. Anrault, J. George. SAILED. ^ October 25.-David, for Hobart Town. October 25.-Marys, for Hobart Town. October 26.-Alexander, for Launceston. IMPORTS. OcU'2'1-Enterprise, barque, from London 10 casks alkal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

MR. E. M. L. SMITH has been appointed Collector and Shipping Reporter for the Melbourne Argus. WILLIAM KERR. Argns Office, 24tbAugust, 1846. Notice MR. WILLIAM CORPjhas been appointed General Reporter for the Melbourne Ahcus. WILLIAM KERR. Argus Office, 10th September, 1846. Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Office of this Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with the view of enabling the owners 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 free 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 be found, on application at this Office, and paying the sum of 2s. O'd., for each animal. All le...

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MY WILD HARP. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

MY WILD HARP. My wild harp! my wild harp,   Thy sweet and pleasant strain, Adds pleasure to each joy I feel Brings healing to each pain. ifeMy wild harp-my wild harp, i|$"How often hast thou flung- > ! ÏA robe of peace around a heart, . «fijBy cares and sorrows rung. How ort hast thou my wild harp, At blushing dawn of day ; "? " ?By "fairer hands than mine swept, Poured forth thy plaintive luy. And often at the twilight grey, Thy solemn tones would rise; And seem'd to point her whom I loved Home to the peaceful skies. ,l< 'But thou an all my wild harp,. < , To me that now remains; . ,Of ouo to- whom I ouce was link'd, By Cupid's fiow'ry chains. 1 No wonder then my wild harp, O'er theo the willows wave for my stricken heart is mourning *. '"O'er a lone and silent grave. 'Yet when my hurried feverish hand, Now sweeps across thy strings ; The mournful Bounds you do emit,, , A mournful pleasure brings, Auotlier- soon-shall strike the lyre, With happ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Hoy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanovenain Guelphic Order, Captain-General and Govemor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admi- ral of the same &c, &c. IN pursuance of the authority in me vested by a ceitain Act of the Im- perial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 6th' year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled, " An j " Act for regulating the sale of Waste ' "Land belonging to the Crown in the ! "Australian Colonies ;" I do hereby no- j tify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 11th day of November I next, the following Town, Suburban, ' and Country Lots,of Land will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the Auc- j tion Room of Mr. George Sinclair Bro- I die, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, at the j upset price affixed to each lot respectively, ' on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited Act...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

For London. THE 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. Wanted. A MARRIED GENTLEMAN, without in cumbrance, and vho is acquainted with the French and Oriental Languages, wishes for a situation as tutor to tin; junior branches of a family, as writing mnstei in an academy, as store keeper, or as clerk in a merchant's office. Application to be made to XYZ, at the Argus Office-if by letter post-paid. Wanted. A YOUNG MAN of good education, and who can obtain most respectable testimo- nials of character, and qualifications, is anxious to obtain a situation as clerk or storekeeper, in a mercantile establishment in town. Apply to B., at the^r^uj Offiu. Oct. 23. WOOL. F"1"JHE undersigned advance on Wool consigned I J. (o their friends, Messrs. John B Elia and j Co., London. MCLACHLAN fit SHAW. Oct., 1846._ Tallow« THE Undersigned will pur...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 October 1846

Domestic Intelligence. ROBBERY AT THE POLICE OFFICE. Between Saturday night and Sunday morning some person, well acquainted with the locality, broke open the front door of the Police-office, entered the premises, scaled the sacred Bench of Justice, and broke open the desk of Mr. Cadden, the Clerk of the District Bench, from which a cash box was taken, and £1 13s- abstracted therefrom, and the box then replaced. The burglar passed through the magistrates room, and let himself out into the Market square. What must be hurtful to the feelings of the plunderer will be the consideration that he omitted to break open the desk of the Chief Clerk, in which was between three and four pounds. A CHILD MISSING.—On Thursday a little boy aged 3 years, strayed from the residence of his father Mr. Atkinson, of the South Yarra Pound, and notwithstanding the most diligent search has been instituted no trace of the child   can be discovered.     THE FRIEND OF THE ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Bridge Office, Melbourne, Oct. 16, 1846 Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

' ipi I I i Jil I I 11 I . u j mu , n ii Br(dgeiQffice, <u\ i ûfelbqurne, fon X6», 1846 Tenders Required. ,!,*, TENDLilS will Ve 'received flora persons ' wiJAiug totoontracii for 'tlie supply'oi lufaï untd flywell ot JJeoember Me.t,,requircdiucorni ' pletiugtbe sides ot.tUe üublM^r dam at Met ,bouratj. lue ' bmo ' fo be well burnt anil swelled with ¡Iresn"1 water, screened ''iYirourfl W' qùncleV ¡¡icli screen, nVid delivered ,&(/ the í'reih íváW dam.1 1 ¡te tenders to state Vile1 'p{ice'"ptr ' nilpërlal I bushel, and to tie deposited m the box at the *{.t entrance ot'itbei'new Government oíhiíés^Mil bourue, on or beforeSatuiday, the 31st in,t, iii l¿ o'ulock uoon¿ endorsed " f cutler'tor Lime (or Fresh Water Darn." iii i i i By order'of the Superintendent," -, ;li;i, -DAVID-LKJNiMpK, Superintendent of' Bridge!, i.b,

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THE APPROACHING RACES. To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

THE APPROACHING RACES. To th» Editor of the Melbourne Argus, beding . follow'°ÎI observation» on the ÎS "tJ'T «f the Horses whose running I v n"i\ Wttrd to wiih tbe Bietest interest. Sers abtetDl1aaCtC-eptüblel.0r unP'ofi^We toyour ï'ba JT t,me> «hen Tuoh «citem/atig ffiiSL m ???" »PPr°acne»'of the great con W «or the Melbourne .Municipal prizes. TUE Li TROBE WARD COP. ^PttefeSriTS? '*.£«#»»*»*> »he field to ' 6 8llow,d «o wall; ovw the coane, 'GmtUmivlj'e&Véi' dis'dairiéd'JtóKeritéVíírii«fblbod against nim/'ór'weh»'afraid 'that 'Nvlialovoi1 -hOrse' ''they'líiigllCerin'g'forward,'Woúldi'btí! a victim t'o. ' thelferb'ci'tyiof his btókersj i Otin Mjüsic,,however, bos' bein dulyd entered itoo ruó «gaiiMt /burt, aud .will>(if .fair, play, beigive4(bira, payoff,the cup. íDra^eí^js £he property, jof, _8ie,GnEEK Co., ,and the grçate,st,iarourife in their numerous stud.-? , He'stañéisjnigh (i'nlhis ovVn estipationjjj is of('-a' ¿reeh'isÄ.'colour, witb^dirt^ points^'carries ...

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Bridge Office, Melbourne, Oct. 16, 1846. Tenders—Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

I í'-r, .1, .lVx,r t I II i Bridge Olfice, ,¡ i Melbourne, Oct. 16, I8¡I<>| Tenders-Required. fij-tl ND) Vif? "will be received from personi Ja. willing to contract for d<-c|ienm0 dm lins a ol the (Juceii'ij Wharf, at 'jlcloourne ¡ ï^lans^sijecirjuitio'is, and fprin of tentlfr,nuj be cecil, iiud d¡ other informntipn ob|niii£Í daily,,at, (tua qflict^ betvv^eu the thoura o| le» and one o'clock. . Hie tendéis to life deposited in the box at ¡le west entrance of the new Government Olli« Melbourne, qn( or bcftjrp Saturday, the 1l»tn stunt, by 1^ oveloclv at uoon, endorsed i" lew!« foi Deepening the liusiii pi the Queen's Utir/, at Melbourne ' By oidei of the Superintendent, , i DA\ ID LLNN0\, ' i Supumtcudcnt of Bridgtf. *tfuf! flÍEtnoon^fc Alices ii published on l»< niir>uil0'4 of Tuesday, .and ¡ Tihlay in, faff. ,i!eíít, <[il<i foi wai lied sinyillaiieoudy (a ettw pdit nj the ' pi o\ince , nmij in SyifflfH, V' Ihèmeii'i ï,«n ...

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Friday, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

aromincvrial ïiitdligeitcc. .MELBOURNE MARKETS." '(,1C"'' ' Friday, Oct. SO. ""'?" WiiFAT -A further reduction m the prjco of/ this article has taken place this neck-53^9(1 per bushel is now the utmost given for it, and the beneficial cbníigé foi the crops that has taken' place in the weather will hine a tendency to lower the pn¿e still fai ther r I LOtín lias fallen lo ±15 10s per 20001bs for first quality, uïid £14 peí ditto foi seconds. Oats keep at 5s per bushel ho barley, either Cape or English, in the market. II v\ remains at £4 19» per ton. Caí ile-A» "we anticipated in our last re port, the prices realized for fat cattle have given way considerably, they have filien from 12s to to 13s per lOOlbs to from 8s to 9s per ditto, which great reduction hab been effected by an cxcesbivc supply, 1 he quantity of fat cattle now on tnc load tor market, is sufhcicnt for 3 weeks demand, which will prevent any rise taking place, during the week, steers for giasiug have been sold ut 30s eac...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Bridge Office, Melbourne, Oct. 16, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

Tenders îlenulrpa'.' '"'>'-* vj. 'ii ii ii ».' . , > un iuq " ii 'i" in IPTITBNur.ltS vvill be received from,,perons ! H. willing . to supply sueji VUickbimtli's «otk ?ns may be reu u i red at the fresh water dam, el , At li J"ii ' . ' i ' . i' ' "' ' ' ' , h " if | Melbourne. , i, , ,,, Vii ' 'I he ibnder lo state *tl!e price per 10Û po|nU slia'rpem'ne;,'the price.' ¡ici'point 'fur laying'anil steeeling vvijth shear steel, and 'hu puce peí p'júní tor wrought iron in seiews, ¡bulls,,^straps, tie, und to be deposited in tlit'liox lit the vv e-t entrance iof the new iioternment'Ollices,1 at Meluoiirae, on or before! Suturday thb 8datj* by, ela i o'oVock at 'noon. ".., , , Hy order of the Superintendent, ,, 1, Pi m n Hill kFI- r ,f li1' I m /.i-i-, 1B4',P,LLNN,fJ-\,, * C...,. .i.tlnn.lntif nf lUulirct Sujïtifîitendent of lindgfj.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. Curr's letter lu our next.

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Bridge Office, Melbourne, Oct. 16. 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

1" -vi-i'e.^ÍR1TO'3ev(?cf' ^tí,jl846, Tenders Required^ , rtriHD amduths of the tenillirs' i-ecèivell, on tiie i " 3rd of October lust, for"fuiHher addition! to the approaches to the Queen s 'SA Irarf, a* Aid bourne, cxccednlg'the rem uhing binn vutcl ly the liegislndvu Uoluieil, for this wonkw-IVudirj will be lu.iilfC'J fi;om persohsi'willinç to contract (01 "I uither Additions to til« Appi caches'to tlio yu'ueii »i\\ baili ut Melbourne," according to bn aUerediSi.ealiiia.iiou, which, with plan!, and furn of tender., 1 iiinyl be, slciii( und nil lulormiuoaoli tuned daily ut thus othee, between tiie hours of lUjuid t oeluebi I ,i -illtctcndurs io béidnpositeil io tile box t the We=t ent ance of the new (jotcrqmeiit Oflices, Melbourne, on or betöre öuturd is , the 3Utmst| by, U Q clock at-noon. . -, 1 " ", , , M, or.Uer pi .Uie^ttj)efIi|itßi)}|ept,i(t ,"" v.. .1. i -ii.i iioDAiYlD'LENNpxv "i , .¡!J .a. Í i&iqSeriiiteiitletil !of¡JJritlgei., l A .in/ ..-|T.f' :ntn.l,ti'!f..l I...

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

OÜ'á SELVES. It will be seen by the report of proceed- ings in' the appeal of his Honor Mr. Justice Willis which appealed in our last number, and also from the extiact minute of the Executive Council, which we pub- lish to-day, that at the date of the latest advicÉS'ftom England, the Editor of this journajL , was having the distinguished honour conferred upon him of having his private aiïairs made the subject of dis- cussion befoielhe Judicial Committee of her Majesty's Privy Council.. i We", re-publish the latter , document imerely to shew the despicable tittle-tattle, and the paltry falsehoods îcsorted to, to injure the Judge, for we do'not consider j it,necessary to enter into a foi mal ioni- sation of calumnies already sufficiently disproved, paiticularly as every resident .-in Melbourne knows that though conti- nuing nominally vested 'in him, Mr. Fdwkner's interest iii. the Patriot, was long befoie that period transferred to the Union Bank, and consequently, they can all do wha...

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SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, October 27th, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge, IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

SUPREME, COURT! Jueiday, October 21th, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge, ix HAr>co. Stem v. Edgar.-The dimuirer wai allowed, with liberty to amend on the payment of the costs Ldiuson v. Giiffin.-Mr. Williams argued m support of the demurrer, which was opposed by Mr. Stawell. n Judgment postponed!. Thuisday, Oct. 29. , Before the Resident Judge. I IV EQUITY. Mai a\us of A douait I others y. fFufsoii aitd others -Mr.1 liarry inoVed on affidavit that u wnt of atachment do Usuo against the1 lion. Gilbert Kennedy, for disobedienco of tlie order's of this Court, made on the loth July, 184Ö. Granted. ' '

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Bridge Office, Melbourne, Oct. 16, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

Briiig0j013ipèJ1(1 " ' Melbperpe, Oct., 16, ,184«. i Tendera-<3teciulrédt í il T^ENDLRS will be receivdd from persons "Willing tb'contiact; tor llui supply of Bêler'« Cement, required ni the ereetWh1 of the1 Prince's Bridge, until the 30lh Dec ','1846. i 'Tile' tenders to'stltteAhe pried por cwt, and' lo be1 depoáitéll in tne''fio,¿,o.t,ítiie' tve« entralice of 1 the(hew''d6Vernmeb't offices1. Melbourne, on1 or before SaitiWAv,1'1 the 3Utmap, tv 12'o'clock at noon, tutlbrseciV " Tender'for Pmker'« tV' ment '* '1 l '"f ' A ' ' ' / ' "i Hy arder df:ttíe"Surfcrintendeílí,- '- . '«<" ... .," < :.., >iDAy/û'JLEN'Nox;; ' ' v_-, ., jo. . ?-feup'EnuKhderít'ofiSntó,'/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

"W// iii iii io J Jliiui i j» i u ¿j JOB *»Mi«IW«i f"nl ' _ iijiiin j/ li, al cnrijl non «Iii i il t Willi neatneJSjOccii'iaCtyflrfd tiesyktch. jl ) juj i JT* '? I 'l I<f fir In "ni JW Printer 'purnciííurij/ Moite* aiteraitfira io Aw n.M}BOOÉ-ÍVOlit[lhkM¿ley Ms tyjle P", ) ii I , iJ 1 (I.J- J,ÍJ ' J y in Liaijwpw,Éfve.if//«^ "W fr^ar, (n(|y grcoi/i/ sujjcnoi io uni/ other !o#íJ(j¡ftL Jliliournc ~

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LEGISLATIVES COUNCIL. Tuesday October 20, 1846. SMALL DEBTS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

LEGISLATIVOS COÜÑCII Tuesday October. 20,,1846 - - -SMALL -MBIS,BILL. " The Small Debts Bill ""fl- t1j . ' mutee undergoing .variout amendmX ? boat important of which, wa, the insertion,, e clause to stand as clause' second, p?¿\[uW \ nothing in this Bill shouldn't Cou Ä quests eftablnhed in Melbourne und th« pL , of Boprke and extending ^Welbourne £¡g County o Bourke the £30 jurisdiction as' "! cTiÄtoürt^^ llednesday, October 21, 1846 LLGUL The Speaker read a meisagi from the Governor consenting, on the application of the Council to place on the estimates a sum of £325 10s for the repayment of all barristers on I attorneys ad nutted or re admitted in the ¡supreme Couru of the Colony, from the 3rd August, Ï842, to 2nd April, 1840 THE EA-IE SIIEMIF. » The, Speaker read a message from the Governor consenting to place on, the estimates the sura o[ £2,792 10s, 3d , for the liquidation of the debts of ihe late sheriff, under the conditions recora mended by the select committee TARBAN CRE...

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PETITION TO THE LEGISLATURE AGAINST THE SYDNEY CITY CORPORATION. To the Honorable the Legislative Council of the New South Wales, in Council assembled. The Petition of the undersigned Citizens, and other Inhabitants of the City of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 30 October 1846

PETITION TO'TIIE .LKG1SLAT0TCE AGAINST; THE SYDNEY CITY CORPORATION. .ir,s, -, To the; Honorable,the, Legislative .M-, i w -J fJoliuciliof.NeW] Soulhi.Wales.;5 in Council assembledt .¡-viinn The-Petitioiíóf the-uii'dersigned'Citixeiis, and other Inhabitants of the, .Citypof -Sydney. - - - - - -- RESrECTFUtL^'S^rÈWKTii;- " ' ' frî^hatjn.oiv the.24tji,i.idy¡,. 1.843, his Ex- cellency the Governor, vvjthithe .advltie aíid coíiséiitítífnthe .Legislative Cotincil' for the time being, consisting solelyof "Official' Members of the Government, and öo'iiJdffic'iul Nohi-ihéés'of"'lhe Crown'/ diif pass an Act, intituled,," An ,Act lo-'de;-'' clarcjljie town o,f ¡fa^d'pey'' to be''a1'1 City, anti 'to incorporate tile Inhabitants there* of/' . "Tharbiï th*e~"3rd of August, in" the year 1842 afoiesaidî'the\ Governtrrfand Coun- cil, as_aforesaid, did pass _an_A"ct, uiti tuled, " An Act to appropriate for a limited time, "from 'the'Gene ral Revenue of New South Wales, certain sums in aid of the Syd...

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