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Clerk of Works Office, Melbourne, October 26, 1846. Tenders required for the supply of Hardware, &c., for 1847, Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

,'¡, Cléik of Woiks Office, ¡, '" Melbourne, Octobei 20, 1S4G. -j Tetidcís icljulretl jor the ¿apply oj ¡Itndtiuic, 6¡c.f i ^, >C,1847, Poii Phillip. \ r-pENDERS vtill.be received, until X noon pf ^»atuiday, ¿he 21st Novem bet next, foi the ¡supply pf llaidwaie, &.C , for twelve calendar months, com-r menciug 1st Januaiy, 1S17 lhe conditions oí the contract ind schedule of articles íequíred, can be seen ou application tuV the above office between the hums' of 10 o1clock a nu and I o'clock ji m ' The tendets to He deposited in the box at the west entrance of the JGoverW)ent' offices; seâled"and endorsed "Tendci for ' HatdvvaiQ " i By"oi^er jbf 1(hisalf onor '¿he Supérir*.-' tendent, ,, , , , , , ", ,| , ,i Clerk1 of W,oiks.

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

1MP0UNDINGS. At Pentridge/ 20thl October,1^ 846-A dark bonne horse, atar forehead, snip on nose, lund toi white, illegible brand near neck, supposed ^RboDjQinedjShortsw'itoh tail, stands 14 hands oldie's,' no shoes, h'bay" mare, black points, ¡Ä iindrcúllarlrn[vrkdd, 'star'forehead, A i off tóülder, Switch tail, nb sHoes on j stands 14 Iwds 2 inches if not blarrned to ho sold 13th \W*r5i' ^'t J1 ( ' j , ¡ AtiMprang, ftiv«'¡Plenty J^ti October.-, I dark brown Well bred filly, auoi)(,(J0 months old, starjOn fpiehtad, an,d, wljito, snip on the nose, brandyJB ((¡pnjp}neil> i)ear-shoulder; a bright bay lilly, blap£ points*, suppqsed t9 be about Iff months old, I qr figure 7 leyersed off, boulder, a blue cow., grev^ lace, wide cock horns', white b'itk 'belly 'and tail, ) ( and blotched brand oil ribs, young calf by nor s^de, a lart,e red >-idcd bullock, grey fa'cb, white Hack bdly tail and lund legs, down hoop horns, WN mer 3 oi>TiN over 1 off rump, WC o-76 -(con jo ned) near sho...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

j.'i ,*.., .-.-vi ti Public Works' Office,'! " .' «.Mi-j-r «'Melbourne', 26th Oct., 1846. îtiii/eiS/Rcoiu'iti/. rrpLiNDERS will be recen ed until 12 JL o clock of Sa tin day, 2lst November nc^O forithe carting of stoies,'ieqiuiedbj the Colonial Go1,eminent foi 12 calendai n¡t(uitlis, commencing lsOJun , 18T71-Port Phillip ^ » 11k tender tosíate the pnce pet loidof 'one ton, to be catted to my of the Go 1 % eminent Dejm iments in Mtlbouj ne, oç tb the Police Paddock, l l Hie Undeis to be deposited in the box, matked ' l/cndcrs¡j <¡ it ^U'e western en- trance of (he Go\emlient Offices, and mai Iced " lender forCuitine; " By order of his Honor'the Supeiinten- dent, "' , "' ' I _ ' , ' HENRY G.INN, , ', , , i Clerk of Woiks,,

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Domestic Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. Friday, 80th October, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. SITTINGS AT NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

tt^ïit]ie,lli3çttc$. ,Q79t$o?JïS?ÎE.COURT!, - íc. o'Z Friday, .Bülh .Ocloter,ol846. Before Ins Honor the Resident Judge. siKiiMJs)-at'nisi rniubí'í' Before tJ¿e, follpwjing jVynof fqujc,:~-B. B. "Wight (foreman), Henri Bell, Jumes t Brown, and EdinuhdJ'Buines^ Esquires, ?* ' ' '-"' "U Conway v. Murrayl--This Was an action of as.ssrT1Mlw "R,**)00"^""^, îl'bo"declaration<qon tain^diivo^ounfsjj.tbe first far special,,d,amagej the* plaintiff 'ùavîrig'heen,turned,e.«vay,froin his, service befoçe,the ^expiry iqf Ins, agreement;, tl(q second was the usual common count for work and Jnbour. The defendant had pleaded the general issue to both counts, and had further pleaded f'rJ'Itbè 'First 'eourit'tllut hVb'ad boan ob- liged to discharge the plaintiff on account of his improper condueç.iand di'unkoúrfess^jind to the second count that payment, had been made to plaintiff of wliatejtçr was due.^ To these pleas a replication halP Dèéîi filed, pltinitifP den^m'gSbal he bad been so disc...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Public Works Office, Melbourne, 26th October, 1846. Tenders required for the supply of Prisoner's Clothing, for 1847, Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

- PORT PHILLIP - GOVERNMENT GAZETTE Public Works Office,,       Melbourne1, 26th October, 1846.           Tendere required for the supply of Prisoner's                         Clothing, for 1847, Port Phillp.     TENDERS will be received until noon. of Saturday the 21st of November next, for supplying prisoners with the undermentioned clothing for twelve ca-         lendar months, commencing 1st January, upon the conditions hereafter specified The tender to state one price only for   each item.     Item 1-Woollen cap.     Ditto 2-Woollen jacket   Ditto 3-Woollen_trowsers. Di...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

'A:iDeland.) .ni'. The G^eatüAsita^pr, ,has.,, ssgnified, in a letter "yp^hßjRepeal ^sociUti^a,,the ex- tent of hist^é,t¿^*;iels forlrejaq^j'^JÇOÎÏbws : , '/ji If.I «rp.ftskedjiwbatiil-cjiefits, ,tta /epeal of the Union «vould produce,to,.ïreja^^im^jttnsvijen is prompt aud îeady-^'._,,no| "Tirsty-rlt would totally ¡ abqhsh and .wadi-, cato the present monstrous evil of nn ínaden inle representation for ireland". ' On' ¿he dala assumed by Lord Castlereagh, Ireland ought to have 160 members of Parliament/- By a just correction of Lord Castlereagh's documents, Ireland, ought)to- ll a ve 170 members At the time of the Reform Bill,!tho Irish people dflercd to be content, land as ling as the Umbu la»tod i would be content/ with l£>0 member* The .repeal of the Union would annihilate this evih 1 " becondly-1 he repeal of the Union wouldi give to the people oi Ireland a substantial elective lianchise, at presentida u mere mockery, iór example-the County Coik, which 1 represent, has nearly...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

Steamer " Aphraala " after Monday, the Vthinstin&Q J «SöfaEEiaäfaw sunrrrrer, and made several torosennentB^whiehithey hpfte v^l iuereaíéthfi, ¿omfort of the passengers , and with th« 7?, der - J u" j rom Geelong to Melbourne, Jnt 7 o'clock " ", I asmihft. .Wedutstiíiyi »P4 ltfiday, Lon From Geelong to Poiijl Henry at ¿ 0 clock, p"m on luesday, Ihursday, aU Saturday Irom Mtdbpurneito Geejong^ot 7 qcloek.ia m j on luesday, Ihursday, and'Saturoay ' rrom Melbourne to IIöbsonTUay, at 2 o cWt ! p\ml on Mohdajl, Wednesday, ¿udftnlày" ' .M > ^AoEkw- ,/ LO 11 , . i v JOSEPH JIALCIG1I, \ u i e j j s J\Iell)ourne THOMAS SHEPPARD, r-i r, «,wM .» -, "-^a- " ", Geelong Notice. I JlOtf, (STEUER VJ.STA ÏN consequence ofachangs of owneralilp, the agency ^_^__^^ of tjie Steamer, Vj^U g^^!yJyTif-7¿r° will in future bt field by Geçi^e V\ ard Cole, ¡p Melbourne, and Dalgety Borjailai|e ançl Cjore, m (jeelong, wlip will male charge »nd store all goods shipped or intended for ¿hipment by her. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

DEATH.         At the residence of Mr. D. G. Macarthur, Little Flinders-street, on Monday evening, Chris- tian, aged 16 years, youngest daughter of William Coghill, Esq., of the Cumberland estate, Moonee Moonee Ponds. The deceased died of tetanus, occasioned by accidentally cutting her hand on the Friday week previous. The wound was con- sidered of little importance at the time, and she continued in apparently excellent health until the evening previous to her death, when symptoms of lock-jaw manifested themselves. Miss Coghill was universally admired and esteemed, and her sudden death in the very bloom of her youth, has plunged her family and friends in the deepest distress.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

MR. \E. M.'L. SMITH, has been,appointed Colle<jtor,Bnd Shipping Reporter for the lUELOOlTRNl, AllO-US, , ' WILLIAM KERR. Argns Office, " " ' ' ' 2-hhAugust, 1846. JJ '*' ' ' '' ' " h . lit, rtf Notice mi MR. WILUAM CORl'.has been ftp'p'ointed General Reporter for the Mixhouhne Anous, >.' 1 n'llji/' , in.'- 1 WILLIAM KERU. Argus Office, . - ., lOib September, 1846. __' ..f._J)J_'_! ..II..) .1 lill Wf r~\ Hegistér of Strayed Cottle, ' > AT tho request ûf a nltimb^r' oTour subscribers .vic hive opened at the Publishing Office'of thu> Joui nal, s Registry,' of Sprayed Caiflip, wiíh ibe-vievV1 of enabling ttié owners ^o'r^covep their missing stock at smal) expensej'1,1 ' " ' ' We buvej'ttierelbre'/ to invito settlers who may have strayed cattle on their runs, to "furnish to this office a description of such cattle Svhich will be published free of charge, and continued until claimed by theowdfer tfr<3«nci*. Owners of missing cattle who may recognise ti* desc...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVED----. - November 3.-Lillias, schooner, 89 tons, Smith, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers -Mr Collin, Mr. Brown, Mr. A. Campbell, Mrs Lord, Edward Lowndes, John Murphy, Thomas Robinson, Thomas Donelly. George White. November 4 - Phoebe, Schooner, Bennett master, from Sydney - Passengers-J. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Gleezon and child, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas, Mrs Lucas, Mrs Moore, Mr G Gleeson, Ann Fullis, Edward Davis, Alice Murphy, John Shaw, Thomas Brown, Richard Dalton, M Ryan, W Sluffeur. SAILED Nov 4. Alpha, for Portland Bay. Nov 3- Scotia, for Hobart Town. CLEARED OUT       November-3-Lillias, Schooner, Smith, master for Hobart Town. November 5 - Swan, Brig, 149 tons Carter master, for Launceston. Passergers^."oliver, Mr & Mrs Mayne, D F Minnett, Mr Last, W Lanymade and G Parm Imports.             November 3.-Lillias, irom IIobartu'T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

aiJ\M%lJib'VndÄd, Ö LonstlalÍAVaWínr'tíic TûW . (j3rnO '«Mi"7 , _, n¡ ¡ljjJJJoOíflílí-»»'JlJÍ,]' rpHE undepsigned adv)»«0?cWoalteonsigned THE Undersigidar/purchasers o^ tódwijl TaT /(l Jj j i JiäCKS0N,J,H&E~j W Oü. iiü^tfée.^t^,JjJ,J3tle'u17,J ~<^ljrl1 Coraerol 1 lmiWWet, tU toi lu u«iUuj -<u ijüjjiqf j I ftiM 'I l(l" "»? »^iJnoa nil Wi jdjn il Hjr/ûo'l.;Jjr JiJ J""03»' "" Util IIIlE «rfWifenth UM öbrelikse W>bl»Tifr. uu' i m o' JOüsEPIi JiRaIlEIGHV l, "\*ln»r> ii) r it'll j j Ulm o /d Ljim ?lth>Pvepber,tia4e..iijTi -j o n,o [oiii _^Xuj_nun ' -Ml nt r "ill, // m / To sappers ofWoo1,( «ay^ ^c.1 Tfjl Ufjtlereigned is prepaid to " dump" ir pass wool, bay, ¿Vc , hy hydraulió pnweh, ¡¡¡i bnvey the snroe fionuihe wharf ttiithè ship's in Jíouw s Hay priai Point Henry, at tile same ¿rgtíasaoy cither party will, dp it. * 1 'JOSEPH' RALEIGH, fiA_L... Ml_ TaWb^ Armit st ead Esquire. Burgesses of 6f Melbourne, conceiving you to be a fit and pioper person t...

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Domestic Inelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 6 November 1846

Domestic Intelligence. HOUSE ROBBERY.—On Sunday last during the absence of Mr. O'Shea, Soda Water Manufacturer, Lonsdale-Street,   the house was entered by means of a,win- dow, the fastening, of which were undone .liyi.-a ihaind, ¡being, .intioduceclsihrough'al ¡broken pane .of- glass; a box under a'-bed* was found .broketi'.opeu,, the contents scattcted about,aüd$ome\vheie,.a,bou,t, £'L3, in moneycari'ied:,oiT. .iStiong,,suspicion' attaches,to anfeinaleservant,who'shortly 'after thç pobbei-ywas obsenedto.-lje pa pt'' ticulártyUklsh¡ of cash, and remarkably1 iliberal in dispensing shillings and''h'¡¿If ici owns amongst'the children of her ac- quaintance.,,!. >, .j f,"u, ;, . '" 1 Tur. ConstaBUIj'JiÍy.-On Monday-next' 'the Melbtiurne-Con'slabulary wilV be pa raded iii the'MarTc'ét;Squaie, iirthéi'f new1 'uniforms and jyi.lh ljie aims wludi'Veie, lately received Tor.;^heir_ use from ,Syd- ¡ ney, befóte his W,ofship,,il)e,',^layor, prior .toliis retiiement.frtmi office....

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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th October, 1846. To Night-men and Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

Public Works' Office/ . ^ Melbourne, 26th October, 1846. To Night-men and Others. TENDERS will be received until noon of Saturday, the 21st of November next, from peisons willing to contract for the emptying of the cesspols attached to the goverment establishment at Wel | bourne, for twelve calendar months com- mencing 1st January, 1S47. The lender to stale the price for each cesspool thoroughly emptied, w Inch must be opened, and property closed by the contiactor, and inspected by a person duly authorised for that purpose. The contractor will have to prepare his own account quarterly, in.the piesciihed form, A security of £50 will be required for the due fulfilment of the contract, and no tender will be attended to unless accom- panied by a certificate from the party or parlies proposed as security, stating that they are willing to be hound as sureties for the contractors. The tenders to contain the names of the tenderers and their sureties, and places of residence. The tenders to ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

" Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders Required. TENDERS will be received until 121 o'clock on Thursday, the 12th Nov. next, for the supply of a " Press" for the Commissariat Department. The description of the Press can be seen > at the above office, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 1 o'clock p.m. The tenders to be sealed and endorsed, " Tenders for Press for Commissariat," and deposited in the letter box'of the Public Works Office. HENRY GINN, _Clerk of Works.

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Commercial Intelligence. CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

<BommtfciaI SmWgrntt. CATTLE MARKET. i One hundred and forty fat cattle ; lean, 7 ' I cows, 2 working bullocks, 11 calves, and 320 i sheep, have this week been sold in the market yards, at the different sales. The supply of fat cattle is still large, exceeding the demand, one hundred having been turned out unsold ; prices have given way, and 7^. to 9s. per lOOlbs. may now be quoted. Lean cattle have nvt been in great demand, yet fair prices have been obtained. The demand for working bullocks has slackened. Fat calves fetched 12s. to 18s., the most of the sheep shown were prime, nnd hrnuirht nbout 7s. 3d. for fiRlh. wntliers - ' - ' THOMAS KISSÓCK. I Saturday, 7th November, 1846, - > " SYDNEY MARKETS. Nov. 3. Flour continues dull of sale, £14 103. could not be obtained ycsterdny for that article of best quality. .Maizeis also flat at 3s. In fact busi- ness of every kind is as dull n3 can be.

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THE CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

THE CROWN LANDS; LETTERS have been received in town from Mr. Cunninghame, the Port Phillip De- legate, mentioning that shortly before the breaking up of the Peel ¡Ministry, Lord Lyttleton, Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, introduced a Bill in the House of Commons for the regulation of the occupatiou of the Waste Lands of the Crown in the Australian Colonies, which was a regular transcript of Mr. Hope's bill of the previous year, merely altered by the incorporation of Sir George Gipps' marginal notes on the measure, which Mr. C. says have no tendency towards makiug it ope whit less objectionable. Whether the Whig Ministry will take up the measure or not, was not known, but considering in whose hands the Co- lonial administration of the government is placed we do not think it likely.

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

POST OFFICE. Mails will close-for the undermentioned places as follow : Elizabeth, for Port Albert, 11th instant. Phoebe, for Sydney, this evening. ,

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus, Sut-I hope you will allow me to publish in your independent paper a Report of the proceed- ings instituted by Mr. M'Keever, the ginger-beer maker, against his apprentice, the orphan Han- nah Wickham, from the Hobart Town Orphan School, and the cruel treatment she was subject to for nine months, of which I was an eyewit- ness, in hopes it might meet the eye of Captain I Booth, Superintendent of the Orphan School, / through whose ageuey the girl was sent to Port Phillip. On Tuesday last the girl went to the 1 Very Rev. Mr. Therry, where she wasmctby I M'Keever, who referred his Reverence to the undersigned and his wile to show she was treated well ; which assertion both of us contradicted, for the poor girl was subject to a course of ill treatment, of which, thanks be to God, we »ere before strangers. Beaten severely, aud othernise treated with great harshness, which the neigh- bours can testify, if yelling, shouting, and the noise of blows, is an...

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A DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

A DISAPPOINTMENT. THE Coiporation Acts Amendment Bill is reserved for the Royal Assent. Mr. La Trobe has kicked his List kick in vain. Mr. Foster has sold his constituents to no purpose, and Dr. "lack's St. Kilda pro- perty is still within the Town of Mel- bourne! O most lame, and impotent conclusion ofan affair, wheie so much dirty intrigue was at work-where pub- lic duty was so shamefully sacrificed to petty spleen and private influence,-and where ja.. Legislature calling itself the {Legislature of, the Colony was i ecklessly destroying the rights of a whole community, without the slightest regard for justice, and without even making the shew of allowing the right of petition. Poor Charles Joseph ! How sadly he will be disappointed, when he comes back and finds his hands still tied as befóte, that notwithstanding his notable attempt to ear-wig Sir Charles Fits Hoy, he has failed in getting the means of rewarding his parasites and gossip-bearers with the gilded bait of the Town Mag...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 November 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sia- You will he pleased to discontinue settl- ing tlie'Anous newspaper to me after the 31st December next. HENRY MOOR. Per W. E, li, William-street, 6th November, 1846. [We hope there are no more of our subscriben wanting mayoralties.-En. M.A.]

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