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GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE No. 55. Colonial Secretary's Office, 29tu February, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 March 1841
GAZETTE. &nbsp; GOVERNMENT NOTICE No. 55. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, 29th February, 1841. Memoranda of Free Pardon have been issued to the following convicts until Her Majesty's pleasure be known; viz. Charles Englebert, Sir Charles Forbes ; William Smith, Princess Charlotte; William Webb, Asia; Isaac Taylor, Malabar; John Price, Prince of Orange; Bennet Bryan, Minerva; Edward Wilson Hodgson, William Miles; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Barrett, Prince of Orange. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.
THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 March 1841
THE NATIVES. If anything were wanting to confirm our previous im- pressions, as well with regard to the capabilities of the natives themselves, as of the total inadequacy of the mea- sures hitherto adopted towards them, the report of Mr. Teichelmann would supply the deficiency. We know Mr. Teichelmann to be an amiable and excellent individual but it is self-evident that he has begun at the wrong end, and that no attempt to civilize the natives or to teach them the doctrines of Christianity before he has taught them to dig, can be otherwise than a dead failure. What the Protector is about we know not. The park lands are swarming with natives, under no control, who are a nui- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; sance and a pest to the whole community. That they are allowed to enter Adelaide at all, appears to us to be a sad neglect of the proper business of the Protector, who has overlooked the principle laid down by the Secretary of State, with reference to the duties of his...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 March 1841
*S1BF0R LONDON.-(Regular Trader.)-The 3s£SvS£ well-known first-class bark WAVE, 8-10 tons, EDWARD GOLDSMITH, commander, now loading for the above port, will be despatched immediately. Has \ery superior accommodations for passengers. For freight of wool or passage, apply to the commander on board, or to. New Wharf, December 21. WILLIS, GARRETT, & Co. " XJW^FOR LONDON.-(To follow the Wave J re*yff- The first-class bark HINDOO, 310 tons, C. L. VAN ZUILICOM, commander, now taking in wool, will meet with quick despatch. For freight or puasugc, having excellent accommodation both for cabin and for four btceinge passengers, apply ou board, or to New Wharf, March 4. WILLIS, GARRETT, & Co. yä#LF0R LONDON.-The first-class bark FORTI .ÄiEaäl TUDE, EDWARD PAYNE, commander, has the greater part of her cargo ready for shipment, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight of wool or passage, apply lo Captain Payne on board,to KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to Í? New Wharf, J...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 March 1841
FOR LAUNCESTON &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (To sail positively on the 21st instant) - The fine new bark MASDEU 280 tons burthen, Captain G. P. DA HE, is under engage- ment to proceed to Launceston on the 21st instant, on her way to Sydney. For freight, apply to the Captain on board, or to Old Wharf, March 9. JOHN P. BILTON. -jfeSELFOR SYDNEY.-The very fine fast-sailing' m%£SL bark NE RIO, C. G. HILL, commander, will sail for the above port in a few days. For freight or passage, having very supeiior accommodation for passengers, apply to Captain Hill on board, or to New Wharf, March 8. KEKR, ALEXANDER, & Co. ^MST FOR NEW ZEALAND-(To sail on Satur M&Z&p day, the 13th instant.)-The fine bark JAMES, 500 tons burthen, MARK TODD, commander, will be des- patched positively on the above date for Port Nicholson, Auckland, Seat of Government, on the Thames, the Bay of Islands, and Hokianga. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to New Wharf, March...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OP HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 9 March 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. Arrivals-March 5-the schooner Flying Squirrel. 87 tons Clinch, from Port Phillip, 24th February, with 200 sheep» Watson, agent-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Myers and four children, Mrs. Pullen, Henry Dernett, Daniel Simms. 4-the schooner Bandicoot, 55 tons, Griffiths, from Port Phillip, 1st March, with wool, M' Pherson, agent-passenger, James Black. 6-the bark Masdeu, 236 tons. Dare, from Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope, 8th January, whh wine, Bilton and Meaburn, .gents-passengers, Mrs. Dare, child and servant. 8-the bark Laura, 329 tons, Day, from London, and Portsmouth, 18th November, with a general cargo, Cummins, Munday, & Co., agents - passengers, S. Austin. Esq., and three servants, George Borndaile, Ksq.. Mrs. Boradaile, five children, and three servants, Joseph Willis, Esq., R. Dal. gleish, Esq., Harry Gore, Esq., Dr. Randolph, Rev. Edward Pogson, Mr. Allen, Mr. Cook. Departures-- March 5-the bark Lady Nugent, 535 tons, for New Ze...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
POLICE The parties Costello and others,- charged with the rob' bery at Mr. Watchorn's store, were again examined and fully committed for trial. William Harding, assigned to Mr. Bryant, charged with stealing a pair of silver mounted spectacles, the properly of his master; six months'hard labour. William Hollyoak, assigned to Mr. Gilbert, charged by his master With stealing twelve paunches, value 2d, each ; the poor fellow slated he was very hard worked, and thought ii was his right, such being allowed to other butcher's men in the town; six months' hard labour on the roads. Robert Murray, charged with Stealing a cockatoo, the property of Mrs. Wallace, of the New Wharf Tavern j remanded. Hannah Abbott and Kate Hill, charged with assaulting Marian Bradley and tearing her clothes ; ordered to pay 10s. for damage done to the clothes, and a fine of 10s. each to the Queen. William Russell, charged with stealing a shawl, the property of Samuel Blackall ; the case not being very conclusive, ...
THE CABINET. THE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
THE CABINET. THE INQUIRY. Tell mc, ye winged winds That round my pathway roar, Do ye not know some spot Where mortals weep no more ? Some lone and pleasant dell. Some valley in the west Where free from toil and pain Tile weary soul may rest? The loud wind dwindled to a whisper low, And sighed in pity as it answered ' No I' Tell me, thou mighty deep Whose billows round me play, Knowest thou some favoured spot, Some island far away, Where weary man may find ' The bless for which he sighs, Where sorrow never lives, Where friendship never dies ? The loud waves, rolling in perpetual flow, Paused for a while and sighed to answer ' No !* And thou, screncst moon That with such holy face Dost look upon the earth Asleep in night's embrace Tell me, in all thy round Hast thou not seen some spot Where miserable man Might find a happier lot? Behind a cloud the moon withdrew in wo, And"a sweet voice, but sad, responded * No I' Tell me, my secret soul Oh ! tell me Hope and Faith, Is there no restin...
CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. WHEAT.-The favourable accounts which we have lately given of the state of the wheat crops, are, w» . are happy to say, confirmed by reports that have sub sequently reached us. In one or two instances whie^j have come to our knowledge, the crops have either been partially or wholly destroyed, by locusts or hail, but with these exceptions, the harvest will be a most productive one. In lower Albany the Rust-that disease which has proved iu former years so fatal to the wheat crops-has for some seasons past been gradually becoming less virulent, and we are glad to say, that this year, in several cases, it has entirely disappeared.-Graham's Town Journal, Dec. 24. We are glad to say that notice has been given by the Military authorities of their readiness to afford every assistance to our farmers in getting in the harvest. Many applications have been made, and such assistance given as will be of the most essential service, both to the individual assisted and to the publi...
SURVEY OFFICE. 8th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
SURVEY OFFICE. 8(n March, 1841. 'The -under-mentioned Lot will be put up for lease for six months, to-morrow, the 13th instant, viz. Lot 6. 500 Acres. Situate at Cape Lodi, otherwise known OB the Long -Point, on the east coast. The whaling stations already authorised, or which may be authorised, at the place are uut to be in any . way interfered with. County of Lincoln, New Country, Lot 4, 1000a. Situate on a rivulet «Inch runs into the Pine River at a place known as the " Cellars," or " Dog Kennel." County of Glamoignn, East Coast, Lot 6, 500a. Situate at a point known as " P Point," on the eastern coast about -20 miles to the southward of St. Patrick's Head. W. CHAMP, Surveyor-General.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 10th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
.SHERIFF'S OFFICE. loth March, 1841. -The following account of writs of execution, now remain- ing unsettled in my oflicc, is advertised by mc,' in compliance with the provisions of " the Debtor nnd Creditor Act." Lowes v. M'Geary, writ received Feb. 22. Sale-On Friday, March 12, at 12 o'clock, on the pre- mises, in Goulburn-street, Hobart Town, »II the defend- ant's right, title, and interest iu and tu a brick dwelling house and premises, situate in Goulburn-slrecl, formerly known as the " Anlelope Inn." Jones v Wilson, writ received Feb. 19, levy March 25, at Macquarie Plains. Sale-On Tuesday, March.23, at 1 o'clock, on the pre. mises of defendant, in the Macquarie District, eight stacks of.grain, consisting of wheat, oats, and barley ; a flock of sheep, horses, working bullocks, horned cattle, household furniture, &c. 'Wise & aur. r. John Rirchall, writrcccived Feb 19, levy February 26, Pittwater. Sale-On Saturday, March 20, at 12 o'clock, nt the Court.House, Hoba...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. The following despatch has been received from Mr. Eyre : Fowler's Bay, '¿Otk January, 1841. SIR,-By the return of the Hero from Fowler's Bay, I have the honor to acquaint you for the information of His Excellency the Governor and the colonists interested, with the unsuccessful termination of the expedition placed under my command, for the purpose of exploring the northern interior. Since my last report to His Excellency the Governor, containing an account of two most disas- trous attempts to head the Great Australian Bight, I have, accompanied by one of my native boys, made a third and more successful one. On this occasion, I, with some difficulty advanced about fifty miles beyond the head of the Great Bight, along the line of high cliffs described by Flinders, and which have hitherto been supposed to be composed principally of chalk. I found the country between the head of Fowler's Bay and the head of the Great Bight to consist of a success...
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN'S MARRIAGE. A Madrid journal contains the following account of &nbsp; the marriage of the Queen Regent of Spain with Don Fernand Muaoz: "Two mouths after the death of Ferdinand VII., the Queen Regent became acquainted with the garde du corps Munoz, who came to the palace with his conirude, Nicolas Franco, who carried ou an intrigue with Donna Teresa Vulcarel, the milliner, and confidential favorite of the Queen. Munoz wus the sou of u shopkeeper at Taran con, and had narrowly escaped being dismissed from his regiment in 1832, on suspicion of being a CarlUt. " Christina did not dure at once to disclose her passion for Munoz, but planned a romantic journey for that pur- pose. She resolved to take advantage of the week that Munoz was on duty al the Palace, and tu visit her country house at Quita Pesares. On the 17th December, 1833, during a most severe season, she set out at daylight, but was obliged to return, her carriage having brokeu down iu the mountains...
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
.CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Hobart Town for the week ending 9th March, 1841, inclu- sive :-Flour, 21 tons. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston during the weekending Gth March, .1041,-inclusive; -Oats, 850 bushels. 'G. II. BARNES, Collector.
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd March, 1841. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. Sid Mardi, 1841. .TITLK DEEDS. ' Deeds of Grants in favour of the under-mentioned individuals are now ready to be issued on payment of the amounts due thereon to the crown. LANDS SOLD. James M'Lanachnn, C40a., Westmorland; ditto, 640a., ' ditto; George Niehulas, OtOa., ditto; ditto, 640a., ditto; V. T. Smith, 040a., ditto ; T. Flexmore. 610a., ditto; 1>. T. Smith, 896a., ditto ; ditto, OOGa., ditto ; ditto, 661a., ditto ; Daniel O'Conuor, 152a., Buckingham ; ditto, 518a., - ditto. AOAM TUBTJBUM., Collector of - Internal Revenue.
AUDIT OFFICE. 3rd March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
AUDIT OFFICE. 3rd March, 1641. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the 24th ultimo and this date: B. Guy, rent ; D. Barber, timber ; T. Tilley, a boiler ; H. aud J. E. Addison, cedar; J. Childs, cartage ; R. De Little,sacks; W. Farrell,charcoal; W. Cleaiy, cartage j Kirk and Fisher, building ; J. Matheson, cartage ; J. Kirk, ditto; K. Leary, ditto; B. Hodges, copying;!'. Cole, reward ; H. Cole, ditto; M. Cole, ditto ; H. & J. E. Addison, cedar; J. Robertson, blocks; \V. Rout, nails ; W. Dawson, blocks ; W. Pike, shingles; It. Douglas, O. S., stores, &c. ; W. Osborne, oil; J. Morgan, supplies ; J. Glover, ditto ; C. Johnson, conveyance of mail-; Churchwardens, New Norfolk, burial fees ; Cliiei Police Magistrate, travelling expenses; G._.Kv.«irey, church at Avoca ; G. F. Goble, stores ; .}-. ííiarke, supplies ; S. & J. Austin, conveying, ot-inail; M. A. Co», ditto; C. Johnson, ditto. -?».' G. T. W. BOYES, Auditor.<...
ROYAL NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
ROYAL NAVY. Portsmouth.-The Britannia, 120, Captain Drake, bear- ing the flag (red at the raizen) of Rear-Admiral Sir John Ommanney, K.C.B., went out of the harbour to Spithead, on Monday, where she will embark her lower deck guns, and complete her stores, for which eveiy dispatch is being used. The Indus 84, and Vengeance, 84, are being expedited at this port for immediate commission, an ii Clarence, 84. at Plymouth. The Howe, 120, Captain Sir Walkin Pell, is at Spit* head from Sheerness, and is daily completing her crew and stores. She will proceed to the Mediterranean as soon as ready. The Queen, 110, Captain J. W. Montague, preparing for Admiral Sir E. Codrington's flag, will shortly go to the moorings vacated by the Britannia, as Part-Admiral's flagship. The Warspite, 50, razee, is to be commissioned shortly, it is supposed for South America, to relieve the Stag, 40, period expired. The Inconstant, 36, Captain Pring, is daily expected at Spithead from Plymouth, to await orders....
SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Kane v. Currie. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 March 1841
SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Kane v. Currie. This was an action of assumpslt brought for the recovery of £64 for goods sold and delivered ; £10 had been paid into Court, and the defendant claimed n set off for more than the balance. The Solicitor-General, for the plaintiff, produced evi- dence to show that two stacks of hay, thirteen bags of potatoes, and some wheat, had been delivered by the plain- tiff to the defendant at various times ; one stack Currie agreed to take for £15, the other for £10, the potatoes at £4 per ton, and the wheat at the regular market price. Some money, also, it was alleged, had been paid by Kuue to Mr. James Currie. 1 For the defendant it wns'contcnded that he had sold or lent four bullocks to Kane, who was in the habit of coming to Currie's house, as well as his men, and taking refreshment, &c, for about nine montliB. The case occupied some time, but the jury returned a verdict for the defendant ; with a point reserved, whether ...