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Launceston [?] price Current, [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

lauiurtton Uttnil &tict Cumnt, ICompited for the Cornwall Chronlele,[ CeU»M Product. ipmorled Geodi. £.-.-!. £ «. d Alenerbhd, 8 o 0 Ale per dot. II III naikiirilnn 3-0 0 Brown Jloot do. 0 It s ttcer iier llliJ* 4 0 0 Coffee per Ib(tng) 0 0 lo flmul(4lbloaO « I * Cheese per Ib 0 I fl Biscuit |icr cwt- I It a Hams per do 0 1 o -Bullerfreili,ptrlbO a 3 Salt per ion 4 0 4 Dltiii tall ucr do 0 j 0 So»p per do 45 0 s llanuptTlli. SCO l.ofl'riiuce«uB«rS5 0 o Sue™ i*r«- * I S S. 1. da. peril), bag o 0 o A«f|Wrlb 0 0 7 Uitto per.lb 0 0 6 Mullein per do 0 0 0 Ditto |icr Ib (loaO 0 0 0 Pink )-ei Ib 0 0 10 Rum (duly paid) 0 )J a Ve«l iienlo 0 0 6 Ditto In boud 0 4 o. Chocolate per Ib 0 g 0 Brandy duty paid o la o Checie V'V Ib « 1 0 Uitlo (n lioud o 8 0 Ciudlei (inou(lli) ? 1 0 Gin duty |wid o 18 4 Dlttu (dl|») II | II Ditto in bund o 4 o Kgc- ottinsen ? * 0 Tea pcrcueil t I n Broil per bushel S 1 4 Ditto per ll- « I) o Ouluieal per Ib ? 0 0 fTobacco do.(bond)o 0 lo Hay |U'i tun fin 0 ...

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From the Colonial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

?ftom fl)t Colonial $wptr-. The distress wnoni; the poorer class in Robarl Toh'd, js truly alarming, und from appearances, the forthcoming winter will be the meant of thinniug the population. Work cannot be obtained, and numbers of honest, deluded emigrants, with their familin. Am starving- unon bread, in tiuantitv far less than that given at rations to the chain gang tuen. The Government rc aware of this, and yet his Excellency will tell you, that, ?- his most san guine expectations have been more titan realised liv tlie anticipation of the probable nicccst of his in tended exertions.' This it the humbug penand iuk nonsense which has allowed ruin to bo brought on the Colony: When people are starving, they arc told, that is the time they are mmt pnMperoui, and that they do not know when they urc well off.— Co- MKIALTIUK8. The J*Ni8iiiEra»— Since the return of their Chief from the North, these worthies have become bolder than ever in tlioir outrages. Betides the case related iu the f...

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Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Corn JHat&ct. Until the arrival of tie Cduiiehcv Lass, tlie Wheat Market continued steady at from ? 7c. Cd. to 8s., tvitli but little doing in it. The accounts by her lowered our prices a little,or, rathcr,induced several hitherto obstinate— holders, to sell at that price, — particularly, as die reported information by tlie Ma ?)\ns Watson, arrived yesterday, strengthened the belief, that a further decline was probable. Itbc canif known in the course of the day, however, that Mr. De Viilicrt, & passenger by the vessel, was purchasing at high at Kb., the sellers raise! tlicir demands io proportion-rso that, al though the Market price .cannot be considered (this day) beyond 8*. or 8s. (5d., -tales arc effected far (he Sydney Market at a price exceeding it. The oUliiiN Watsoh brings daws CO tons of flour, ground probably, from ail jifecjor quality of wheat It ought lo be borne in mind, that good samples of Van Dicmcn's Land wheat are at all times vnvlb in the Sydney mar...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Bba«« «f ttt jBoott. New Moon— 16th April. jf» mts. part 8niorping. ljffliil«tlWHHli|illil

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Original Papers November 1835. NEW SHOALS in the EASTERN SEA.—SHIPS STRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Original Sancrfl, November 1835. New SnoAia in tie Eastern Sea* ? Snirs Struck. Tlic following account of two dangerous Shoals, in the China and Java seas, liavc been presented to us, by that eulightcd liydrographcr, Cajitain Jlorsburgb. Omega Shoal — Although not far Distant from Batavia, had escaped the notice of Navigators, until discovered by Captain Russell, of the American ship Omeoa, according to the following account, which he has transmitted. TJic ship OiiEci, under my command, in March 1835, struck on a coral Shoal, Snd remained on it 25 hours; cut oft' her rudder, and received Mine da mage in her bottom j she was got oil' liy throwing cargo overboard, of about 16,000 dollars ; and she was obliged to be iiovc down to Onruth,ncar Batavia, for repairs. This shoal is rtcep to, extends X. N. E. and S, S. W. 160 to 300 yards, and ahout 70 in brcadtli ; with from 10 to IS* feet water, and bears about K. by S. from the south cud of the North watcher, distant one mile and a quarte...

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NO. 1. THE SHERIFF'S OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

NO, 1. TBS SHERIFF'S OFFICERt ?- I tay,Gfab'cni, my good fellow, dot* nut yourself in a fantiguc ; there amt nobody next ai you want,only a poor voman and her seven kids.and --he's in the straw' and starving. Comc,draw it mild,ftnd dont force the door offiti hinges. I'm blessed if I shaut bring an action for trespass. Mark me,' That there may all be worry well ; vviici-c mere is imsincss lull pursue it { Civility may go to hell — I knows my duty, an hi'll do it, f laltlio' in chx canfincment pent, Hin daily dread that I may nab him— A thy cock ( can halways scent, And, «if tic's poor, cau halways grab him, Sut hif a gcoimon baclt as such, I'll do what's right with all who know me-. A brace of sovereigns let inc touch, And hif I sec tliat gemmen — blow me '. With every sort of cove I've mist, And knows the honest, from the tricky | And when the Sherifl'has been filt 'Tn'as gallows hawkward — blow my dicky. But I've no time for chaffing more ; Hill, don't stay there no longer sentry— ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

' A piece of wool, that bean the cut of the graver, by chance falling into our bands, this week, we were induced to attempt Wood Gutting,— and tough as it our first effort In the art, we consign it to tie observation or the public We have tailed to imitate, precisely, the characteristics of oursnUBcr, but we have the vanity to think, that practice will enable us to becomo perfect.^and that as we go on in improvement,' it it not unlikely that our future exertions may sometimes raise the risible muscles of our Boaden—and operatetwiieTkWIj' »» thePublic, in enabling ut to chew up— theincamirteaciesand oddities tftbediy. - We*re^viUinEtobcliev^thatin our Crrtattenip^thercdoesappcarthe germ orfuturccorrcctDess. ' Ourbest endeavours shall be exerted to rcalitc it,— and should we be successful, our labon will be well jtwarded in devoting them, to ihe amusement, and not, improbably, to the advantage of our fellow. Colonists.

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Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Maal Saltd. The AnvsRTinta contains the following Circular of the Wool Sales of Mr. Mason— Broker, of Lime Street Square, London. On the other side will be found— ertracti from tho Catalogues of Messrs. Sinus & Co.'s Salcs^at the same time :— Tbe last series or the public sales of Australian and Van Diemen's Land wool, commeuccd on the Wthand terminated on the 14th of November. The quantity sold was 8,6« bales : the greater pail of middling and inferior quality. The sales were more numerously attended by buyers than any of the preceeding, and the prices throughout may be quoted 2d. per Hi. (income instances more) higher than the last tale; a result arising from t'ic stocks or wool being nearly all worked i(p, and front an £-ctive consumption more than adequate to the nip ? 1! ?' t Ut frora tllelie cimumtUnces, the wools thus Brought forward, from the badness of their condition, would not have commanded such high prices; and THE DTAIOST CASE ODOHT' JIT ALL T1MIIB TO BE FA ID ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

To the Editor. SIR,—I address you as an approved and intrepid Guardian of the Public — I know you have no in clination to see the home of a decent tradesman outraged with impunity; and I also am too serious- ly convinced that " in the garb of authority," most unbearable insults are not unfrequently conveyed by our Chief District Constable, to the honest and unstigmatized numbers of the Community. Take, Sir, the following at an illustration!     Mr. Friend, accompanied by another party, en- tered my private dwelling-house, situated in Charles street, and enquired if a person named McKenzie lived there ?— he was answered no! He then asked     if there were any " up-stairs?" and toy wife replied   that there were not, but that there was a left seldom used, the opening to which she immediately pointed out to him. Mr. Friend then mounted on a chair, pushed up the fall-down- and explored the loft— he then went into my bed-ro...

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From the [?] APRIL 8, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

From the Gazette April 8, 1886. Coroner for the Territory— The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Ronald Campbell Gunn, Esq., a Coroner for the Terri- tory. Colonial Acts op Council -onfirmed by the Bri tish Govbrnuent — The Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified, that the Right Hon. the Secretary of State for the Colonies, lias iutiniatcd .in a Dispatch, dated Downing street, 12th Octo ber, 1885, No. 28, that his Majesty has been gra ciously pleased to approve and confirm the under mentioned Acts, passe3 by the Lieutenant Gover nor in Council, in the months of March and April, 1885. No. 12— An Act for extending the Act lately passed for the relief of Insolvcit Debtors, to all Debtors now in custody. ? i ? No. 18 ? An Act for the Regulation and Protection of the Whale Fisheries, and for extending to this bland the Statute, far facilitating the recovery of Seamen's Wages. No. 14— An ' Act for enabling the Government to secure a supply of Pun! Water for the Town an...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1836. " Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery with security." THE ruinous consequences of the " System," have not, perhaps, been more generally experienced, than in the destruction occasioned during the late Har- vest , in grain, for the want of labourers. Every cir- cumstance that accompanies the progress of agricul- ture in this country— every vicissitude of climate, and change of weather, must serve to point out the ruinous effects of the "system," which has caused the great capitalists to monopolize the country, and to occupy the land, that would give employment and plenty to thousands of small Farmers, and their fa- milies. The Colony severely suffered from the con- sequences of the " system" during the late Harvest. The abominable Land Regulations which may be considered the measure of Colonel Arthur, inasmuch as it is commanded by the Home Government, at his recommendation, and the ten times more abomi...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

SHIP NEWS.   APRIL 9— Arrived the brig HENRY. Captain Whit- ng, from London. Passenger, Henry Douglass, Esq. Ann, 16— Arrived the Currency Law, Captain Jlell, from Sydney. Passengers^-C. L. j. Devil era, Esq., Mr. and Hit Nolley, Mr. Nicholas, Mr. Vance, Joseph Cavenor, fiobert Dow, W. Jones. April 16 — Armed theCmu, Captain Nixon, from Port Phillip, in ballast. Arair. 16. — Arrived the 'Maku Watson, from Sydney, cargo consigned' tb'Mr. B. Watford.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

FREIGHT fig PASSAGE. FOR LONDON DIRECT, X -tESa THE fait failing barque fc JBiiL NORVAt, , ? jffifflnffV' Robidn Coltish, Commander. ^flrmfriaT having her dead weight on . board, will meet with quick despatch. For Freight of Wool only, or passage, apply to the Commander bit board, or to i HENRY REED. . March 19. 1830. ? ; ? - .For'tjvndon Direct, ' TO FOLLOW TSE ' PROTECTOR,' -£&&* rP H £ fine first class Brig ySSL l ELIZABETH TAY- i XiORSONj VVm. SaujiDers, Com mander. I This vessel has the whole of her dead ; weight engaged, and will be despatched j quickly. 1 1 For Freight or Passage, apply to the ] Captain on board, or to 1 1 HEWITT, GORE * Co., I Agent*. ' , fit. John street,' ' 8-ti March. . '. ', TOR LONDON DIRECT, _^B_ TUB Cur, f*st tailing, teak built dE&Mh 'FENCES CHARLOTTE,' saSfflyEWL Henry Ricbarrfaon, Commander, BS3939 will ueet with quick despatch, hnvingtirrdead wtight engaged. For Freight or Pnssase, apply to the Com mander od board, or to JO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. IMPORTANT SALE Of Fine Woolcd Sheep, MILCH COWS, BULLOCKS, HORSES, fye. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, AT CLEGOAN, SOUTH ESK. RIVER, - , On Wednesday the 4th May, Commencing precisely at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon, in consequence of the num ber of loti, — fr)E whole of the STOCK, belonging lo J. Mackay, Esq., proceeding- to New South Walei, without the least re serve. 700 Ewes,— equal to the best in tlie island, to lamb In August 800 Wetheis fit for the butcher 800 Ewe and wether Iambi, very highly improved 80 Quiet milch cows, many ol them fit for I lie butcher SO lleadof jounn oattlo 12 Superior woikinit bullocks 3 Mares.wiih Cz .1 foals by their sides, and now in foal to Magous.H'isU A Black Jack joung mare. Saddle Ho»e TOGETHER WITH THE WHOLE OF THE Farming Implements, Consisting of 1 Ploughs Harrows, Cans, Diay-, be. To parties desirous of securing very superior Stock, such an opportunity may not again occur, and the public are assured that...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. We arc indebted to the TAflKAWtAir fortJic fo!. lowing outlines of English Intelligence per Henhv; Mr. O'CobdcII's Tbibsts in tlie year 1834, «ti £18,621, 8s. Sd ; in 183G, t'24,917, 16s. 8d— bcinj on encrcasc on the former year's collection, rf £ 11,026, 8s. Id. This immense sum, gleaned from tlie Irish peasantry, mostly— who (rain a state of starvation ? is a proof of tile estimation in which Mr. O'Canncll is held in bis own country ; and, rcally,it docs not seem possible to expend money in a bctttt cause, than that of preserving the rights of tlie people 'from being swallowed up by tlie almost overwhelming power of the. locust Aristociocy.— Great distress is said to exist throughout the Ap1' cultural districts of England; public meetings U propose remedies for it, took place in most of ™ principal . towns — indeed, to such a. pitch of excitt ment was the country rahed, that the most alarming consequences were anticipated ? Messrs. LnMiod and Co., one of the ...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

(Qiwitrr SttSStotiti, For tlie trial of prisoners — at the Court House, Launccduu, on Monday, the 2nd May next ; — and for Ihc trial of free persons — on Monday, tlie 9th May next. fliRTn. — AtTolosa, the lady of George Hull, Esq. P. A. C. G.( of a Son, her eleven™ child, now living. Birth— On Sunday morning, 17th inst., in Hobart Town, the Lady of Captain Alexander Gordon, of a Daughter. ? Several plants, of a description hitherto unknown in this Colony, have arrived at Hobart Town from England, by the Ellen, Captain Diion. Dr. Bosk, who is a perfect Solomon in the knowledge of the history of cnbbngus and climbers, writes of one of the Utter sjiecics having been introduced by the Ei.lp.m, called Coboca Sconileus, that makes, some- time*, shoots of 200 feet in length, in a season If this plant grew perpendicular, it would form in a few years, the means of visiting the distant nations in the planets. ' A constant Reader' requests the insertion of the following LINES, Wbiitek oh beabi...

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To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

Co tl)t iEKitor StK, — I beg to call your attention to tlie under mentioned circumstance, in the hope (hat it mil lead to an investigation of the subject, which, it musl be admitted, is of the greatest importance ti the shipping ami mercantile interests of this Port; the particulars arc slated as brief as possible, and both the Master and Mate of the vessel arc rend] to atfovd any additional testimony, should it be deeni' ed requisite : — Ou Thursday, April 21st, r.boul 2 a. h., the brig William! from Sydney, arrived within eight miici of the Light-house, at Low Head, and coulj uot dietihguisu any light ; weather Sue, and free ftw citlier fog or vapour— the Captain, in order tn lie more fumly convinced of the truth of hu reconbg regarding the distance of the vessel oft' the Port, again went over his former calculation, and found it correct, aud ss a still further corroboration of tie circumstance, reference was had to the Mates, and the most observing amongst the crew of the vessel,...

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To the Chief District Constable. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

fto tt)t Chief Sfetitct ConstaWt. You nre ]iermilted by the suffrage of the oonir munity to hold n rc£]K-iisihlc oflicc, and it expects from you, in return for the confidence it has re posed in you, the faithful performancc of vour duties. If report speaks correct, and I liclicvc, w- far an you are concerned, it has not lied, you have failed in one instance, particularly, in not having prococded in an information laid by two couslahlcs apiinrt the Postmaster, for employing the 1'nrt Office Messengers, whoso time belongs to the puhliv, in his own private aflaiit, oo.vthailV to Act of Couhch,, The circumstances of tic Po/ttmastcr's violation of the Low, sworn to. by tht constables, was not un only instance— lie has been in the habit of of viola ting the Law in the same maiuicr fur a vonsidcruhlc period, and it was only whea bo board of a Sur veyor in the employ of Government bping fined for the tame ofleni-c,tli&t ho ehosclnconiriiuiiiciitc tothc men whom lio had been in the h...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

MISCELIlANEOUS. Evclibh JocKKVltH.— AtChcnt, a citizen lately purchased a home for 16 Kapokwiu, which he sold to two English Jockeys for IB. After dcliveringthe horse, they requested the man to take dinner, and while at dinner they went out in the stable, and docked, and trimmed the horse lie Imd sold them ; when the Belgian had dined, they took him out to scca fine horse, which they wished ti fell, and for which he immediately agreed to give SO Napoleons, not having the slighest idea that it was the same animal which himself had brought to the house only an hour before. The circumstance created no lit tle laughter. An'otjibk Thick of Jockbttsm — A gallant Ad miral residing at Brighton, was presented by a cer tain great personage with a milk white mare, which was stated had just arrived from Hanover; nothing was talked of but this fine animal, and every one seemed anxious to have her merits put to the test. I The Admiral mounted, tried her in all her puces, I and though he could not...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

Uhasctf of tf)t Moon. Fust quarter— 24th April, 85 mtt. post 0 afteraoaa. Iji|liil^llHflNll|8|IIi »J6HJ» 8J « U\t w[|a |flj« «»)*!;''.'?

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