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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 12 June 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sir,-Allow me through the medium of your widely circulated Journal, to give publicity to the following circumstance. Upon Tuesday last the SHAMROCK. steamer arrived and was duly entered, but upon my applying at the Customs for a permit to remove certain goods, I was told that my entry could not be received in consequence of the registry of the vessel not having &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; been produced. My property was unshipped, and lying &nbsp; on the Wharf exposed to the heavy rain during the night of Tuesday, and thereby sustaining considerable damage. On making enquiry of Captain Gilmore, he informed me that no demand had been made upon him for &nbsp; the registry when he reported the vessel-that it was not customary to produce it-and further, that during the time he had been trading to this port (with two ex- &nbsp; ceptions) the registry has never been produced; there- fore implying, I suppose Mr E...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 12 June 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sir,-How is it that those gentlemen, Captains Gwatkin, Bell, and Clinch, have been so long running their vessels over the shoal, stretching four miles in a westerly direction from Point Nepean, which the newspapers tell us Mr. Sur- veyor Smyth has just discovered, and never gave the public this essential information? I question very much, also, whether the many fine harbours lying between Port Phillip Heads and the Otway will not be found like this new reef, to have no existence, but in the imagination of this exploring surveyor. I think the nautical gentlemen, named above, may hide their diminished heads when any thing but a nautical man can make these dis- coveries. But, Sir, you are sure to hear some- thing of the marvellous when these land surveyors get afloat-a reef extending four miles west of Point Nepean! Fudge! -it is the sea breaking &nbsp; &nbsp; from the great velocity of the tide passing through the Heads. AN OLD SAI...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of William Marshall, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip and Colony of New South Wales, Tallow Chandler. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 12 June 1846
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of William Marshall, of &nbsp; Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip and Colony of New South Wales, Tallow Chandler. NOTICE is hereby given, that a special meeting of the creditors in the above Estate will be holden before me, at my office, Supreme Court House, La Trobe-street, Mel- bourne, on Friday, the twenty-sixth day of June next at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of taking into consideration an &nbsp; offer of composition to be then made by the said insolvent. Dated at Melbourne, this 9th day of June, &nbsp; A. D. 1846. &nbsp; ROBERT WILLIAMS POHLMAN, Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 12 June 1846
Steam from Melbourne to Syd- ney, via Twofold Bay. THE STEAMER "SHAMROCK," 200 tons, Gilmore, master, will leave the Wharf for the &nbsp; &nbsp; above ports This Day ( Friday), at 2 p. m., and &nbsp; Hobson's Bay To-morrow (Saturday), at 11 a.m. For freight or passage, apply to H. A. SMITH, Flinders-lane. June 12, 1846. Steam to Launceston. THE STEAMER " THISTLE," Captain Mulhall, will leave the Wharf, for the above &nbsp; port, This Day (Friday), at 2 p.m., and Hob son's Bay To-morrow (Saturday), at daylight. For freight or passage, apply to H. A. SMITH, &nbsp; Flinders-lane. June 12, 1846. WANTED, A WORKING OVERSEER. A person who has had some colonial experience, and understands the management of sheep. A mar- ried man would be preferred. Apply to MESSRS. DUNLOP, MACNAB & CO. Wanted, FOUR or 5 bullock drays to bring in Hay from Campbellfield to Melbourne. Apply to M. GIBSON, or at the Caledonian Hotel. Melbourne, 29th May, 1846. NOTI...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 June 1846
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVED. June 14. Eleanor Lancaster, barque, Captain dge, from London February 14, and Falmouth February 21st. Passengers (cabin), Messrs. Campbell (of Ottar), Tilly, Spencer, and Bus- &nbsp; **ll (steerage) Mr. Davies. The Eilanor Lancaster spoke the Rosalind, atti London to Hobart Town, on the 16th April, in lat. 27 ° 30" S., lon. 33 ° W.; she K) spoke the Grace, from Liverpool to Sydney, the 2nd June, in lat. 40 ° 19'' S., lon. 124 ° I &nbsp; The Captain Ross, Captain Peace, was adver- &nbsp; t¡sed as positively to clear for sea, at Glasgow, fir this port on the 14th February. Yesterday afternoon, the mate of the Ellen and &nbsp; Elizabeth, while sitting on the stern of the lighter Flinders and speaking to one of the men below, &nbsp; fell into the river and was never seen afterwards. One of the crew of the Flinders jumped in and dived-after him, but his attempt to save him was ineffectual. The deceased was perfectly s...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 June 1846
ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the Eleanor Lancaster yesterday, we are put in possession of complete files of the London morning journals to the 19th February, and we hasten to furnish our readers with the most interesting items of the intelligence &nbsp; they contain, &nbsp; i Sir Charles FitzRoy's appointment to the government of this Colony is officially ¡notified as follows in the London Gazette: I Downing-street, Feb. 13. I The Queen has been pleased to appoint ¡ Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, Knt, to be Captain-General and Governor-in- &nbsp; Chief in and over the colony of New j South Wales and its dependencies. s Private advices state, that his Excellency was to leave England for the Colony in March by II. M. S. Carysfort. Sir Charles was presented to her Majesty at the levee on the 11th February by Mr. Secretary Gladstone. The discussions on the Corn Law ques- tion occupy the English journals to the exclusion of almost every other topic, but though i...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd May, 1846. GRANTS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Colonial Secretary's Office, Svdney, 22nd May, 1846. GRANTS OF LAND. THE following descriptions of grants of land with the names of the persons to whom they were originally promised, or by whom they are now claimed, are published for general in- formation, in order that all parties concerned may have an opportunity of correcting any errors or omissions that may have been made inad- vertently. It is requested that within one month from the present date, the following particulars may be accurately furnished to this office, viz. : Surname and Christiun names of the person in whoso favor the Deed is to be prepared, written at full length, his residence, and the intended name of the property. If these be duly furnished and satisfactory, and if no Caveat be lodged, or other cause of un- certainty appear, the Deeds will be prepared accordingly, as soon as possible after the expira- tion of the stated period of one month. If the required particulars be not furnished within that period, or i...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sin-The committee of -r.vingement of the Australia Felix lotal Abstinence Society have directed me, in the absence of their Secretary, to state thot the cause of the Rev. Mr. Sweetman's absence from the public meeting, held in the Mschanics' Hull, on 1 nday evening last, was, his having lost his way on his return from Wil- liam's Town, whither he had been in the discharge of his pastoral duties ; he had started thence with the full intention of being m Melbourne about half-past six o'clock that evening, instead of | which, losing the road, he did not reach home till after eight. No intelligence has yet been received from Captain Kerr, but the commiUc feel confident that he also must have been unavoidably absent. As both these gentlemen were advertised by placards, &c, to he present at the meeting íe ferred to, and neither of them made his appear- ance, the committee feel it to be due to them- selves, to the public, and more especially to...
Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Superintendent's Office,, Melbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation XrfceneeB. NOTICE is hereby given that the under- mentioned Lot, advertised to be re-let by Auction, on the 27th instant, by the notice duted 21st April, 1846, has been withdrawn from the sale : loton 28th")^oun'y-Grant; Situation Lot 3/., ,".,. f -Duneed; No. of Acres May, löia, > _956. Prcsent occupier J ÖD ) -Henry Miller. C. J. LA TROBI.
SMALL TENEMENTS AND THE TENANTS THEREOF. To Edward Jones Brewster, Esq.,Barrister-at-law, and Member of the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
SMALL TENEMENTS AND THE TENANTS THEREOF. To Edward Jones BiewUer, Esq.,Baiitstei-at-law, and Menibei of the Legislative Council. Sin-I beg to introduce to your notice the necessity which exists for altering the law as between landlord and tenant. As the law now stands, however humble the tenement may be, and however humble the occupier thereof, there are no means for the landlord obtaining the one or ejecting the other, than by the ordinary process of tedious and expen'ive litigation. The ex pences occasioned by that process are of so serious a character as to amount in many instances to more than the building sought to be recovered is worth. 'Ihtrefore, either these expenses must be submitted to, or else the owner must be de- prived of the benefit of his property. The present law is like a two edged sword. In England the seventy of that law was felt, and it was ameliorated by P-irhament, aud now in that country upon giving due notice to the tenant proceedings may be adopted before ...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 26th May, 1846. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 26th May, 1846. IMMIGRATION. WHEREAS under the system of Bounty Emigration which continued in operation until the end of the year 1841, many married couples are represented to have emigrated td this colony without their children, in consequence of their inability to pay the suras demanded, in ad- dition to the Government Bounties, for the pas- sages of such children : and whereas it has been deemed expedient to afford to such children, out of the Public Funds, the means of rejoining their parents :-Notice is hereby given, that applica- tion for free passages for his or her children will be received from any Bounty Immigrant who left Great Britain on or before the 7th day of January, 1842,* provided that such Immigrant was pro- duced before, and passed by, the Immigration Board either at Sydney or Melbourne, as one of a married couple. 'I he applications are to be addressed to the Agent for Immigration, at Sydney, or to His Honor the Superintenden...
Clerk of Works' Office, Melbourne, June 3rd, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Clerk of Works" Office, Melbourne, June 3rd, 1846. Tenders Required. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 18th instant, from per- sons willing to contract for the supply of Impe- rial Copper Measures for the Customs' Depart- ment, viz :-> 1 Five Gallon 1 Two Gallon 1 One Gallon 1 Quart, and downwards. Tenders to be endorsed on the left hand corner, " Tender for Imperial ¡Measures," and deposited in the tender box at the west entrance of the new Government Offices. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Works.
THE ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
THE ENGLISH MAILS. Tue following communication has been recen ed by the Town Council in refer- ence to the remonstrance forwarded b) that body to the Home Government, on the subject of the tiansmission of the Port Phillip mails by way of Sydney - Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 3rd June, 1846 Sm,-Adverting to the petition addressed by the J own Council of Melbourne, to her most gracious Majesty the Quien, forwarded by the colonial Government in March, 1845, praying that her Majesty would be pleased to take suth s'eps is might c iu=e the innis from I ondon to Port Phillip to be landed direct, instead ol being pan ltd to ¡sydney or elsewhere I am instructed by his Excellency the Governor to inform tht Town Council, tint the Setretary of State has duly laid the same before the Queen, and that her Majesty was pleased to receive it very graciously It appears, however, that Lord Stanley con sidertd it proper to consult the Louis Cominis sionersof the Admiralty a« well us the Post Mast...
Clerk of Works' Office, Melbourne, June 3rd, 1846. TO IRON FOUNDERS AND OTHERS. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Clerk of Works' Office, Melbourne, June 3rd, 1846. TO IRON FOUNDERS AND OTHERS, Tenders Required. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 18th instant, from per- sons willing to contract for the supply of Beams, Scales, wrought iron Standards, Triangles, and Imperial Weights, for the service of the Customs' Department. Tenders to be endorsed, on the left band cor- ner, " Tender for Beams, Scales, &c," and de- posited in the tender box, at the west entrance of the new Government Offices. Specifications can be seen, and all information obtained, by applying at this office any day be- tween the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Works.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
JOB PRINTING. Tas 'Public abb iiespictfui.i.y infoihued, that 0ob ii vinting OJP ALL KINDS, WIM. BE BXECBTBD iT .UH» MBXiBOV&XG AXtOVS OFFICE, With ntatntu, accuracy,and despatch. ' Th» Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type for&lt; that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to. any other office in Melbourne,
Despatch of Overland Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
DeBpatoh of Overland Kuli. NOTICE is hore'))- given, that from and after Fridav r,ext, the "2nd instant, the Mail for Sydney will be despatched from Mel- bourne, during the winter season,' at half-past four o'clock, p.m., instead of five, as at present. Letters for Sydney will be received up to ave minutes of the time of despatch. S. J. USSHER, Acting Postmaster. Post Office, Melbourne, 14th May, 1846.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
MARRIED. By special license, on the 6th instant, at the residence of her father, in the Military Barracks, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, M.C., Samuel M'Gregor, &nbsp; &nbsp; Esq., of Port Fairy, to Louisa, second daughter &nbsp; of Quarter-Master Macdonald, of Her Majesty's &nbsp; 99th regiment DIED, At the residence of his son, Collins street, Melbourne, on the evening of Sunday, 14th &nbsp; June, the Rev. William Pascoe Crook, one of the &nbsp; earliest Missionaries of the London Missionary &nbsp; Society in the South Sea Islands, and for many years back a preacher in Sydney, in connexion with the Congregational Church. Mr. Crook came out in the first missionary ship, the Duff, and spent many of the most valuable years of his life, first at the Marquesas, and subsequently at Tahiti, where he had the gratifying task committed to him of instructing the present Queen of the Is- land - the unfortunate Pomare - in the blessed truths of Ch...
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
NEW INSOLVENTS. Theophilus Dredge, dealer in glass and China ware, Melbourne: Liabilities, £1081 lbs. 2d. ; assets-personal property, £374 Is. lid.; bills, bonds, be, £235 11s 8d.; bad and doubtful debts, £f>6 3s. 2d, Bulunce deficiency, £405 5s. 3d. Alexander Sutherland, late of Melbourne, builder, now a prisoner (for non-payment of wngcs,) in Her Majesty's Guol, at Melbourne: Liabilities, £546 9s. 4d ; assets-personal pro- pel ty, £84. Balance deficiency, £462 9s. 4d. [Ihe Insolvent in this case us-dgii--, as the cnuse of Ins insolvency, the heavy losses ?sus turned from the unfortunate issue of his specula- tion in the purchase of the wreck of the Cala uiqui, at King's Island.]
Commercial Intelligence. STATE OF TRADE. (From the Manchester Advertiser, February 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Oommerctal Bttelltgnw. STATE OF TRADE. (Fiom the Manchester Advertise* February 14.) Manchester.-The condition of the market throughout the week has continued to exhibit evidences of depression, the transactions having been only on the most moderate scale, and prices in some few cases having slightly receded. The stringency of the discount market is severely felt here, and is proving a most serious impediment to trade, which, if much longer continued, must cause great embarrassment, even to the best es- tablished export houses who are to any extentde pendent on foreign remittances. Spinners and manufacturers are very cautious in making sales ; prices are, on the whole, without any change, and our quotations may be repeated. Purchases for prompt cash may in some coses be made at a slight shade under the currencies. We quote 26 in. 64 reed printers, at 4s. 4d. to 4s. 9d. ; 27 in. 66 reea ditto, at 4s. Cd. to 5s. 3d. ; 72 reed, at 5s. 4Jd. to 5s. 9d. ; 36 in. 66 reed shiriting, nt 7s. ...