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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

HOBRT T0WNr*-}Az'ETTE-Marcn2B., COUNCIL CHAMBER, Mmrch 24, 1835. rjPHE Legislative Council met, this day by adjournment, and His Excellency having taken tbe Chair, read the following Minute: — Gentlemen of the ftgUlalive Council, The object which I have principally in view in calling you together at this lime, Is to bring under your consideration, with the least possible delay, an Act to extend the Act hit past for the relief of Insol vent Debtors, to alt Debtors now in cus tody, which will be followed by another to provide for the distribution of Insol vent Estates, and Jot tbe amendment in other respects of the law of Debtor and Creditor. You are aware of the extreme anxiety, which, for a considerable period, has been felt by the Government, and indeed by the community generally, for the introduc tion of a law to protect on the one band Creditors from ihe operation of those frauds, which are sometimes practised by dishonest Debtor/1, juid on the other to relieve from protracted im...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor. *in,— I winder wlmt has b come of my friend Vuir l'1-y, lie lus rcmiv.d fr.ni N r fo.1t I'lRiiis, I snip .Ft; nliere is lie i.i be found ti'W if he wa« «»nc.l n;-an nny pir i:ulcr--.iseof-mcrtencj— r.olly.i oucht ' lo lie known ; his talrnls err ,o (??tol, «,td his in'oiinnli.:n to aluindani, '.is a pity kucd | a va'ual-le mcinb r ofsiiivc'v sliouiil bo llv in^in tUe tack ground. l-iirhi|« thevrS tune he wri-«, he wi|i say »|i relie.n-uht lieic afler tic likely to le foun . So far it mint be. und--isi.ii.-l I nm on y j king wj:li Fwr Piny— ihe/cnrtclusiiin I have come to is, tlut he in rvery crpse o! Die «uid, tomiurs to much of the lung eared tribe, -h -i I S'.a.l (or the. present allow lum lo En on kicking in J,it own way. He is «,i prosslj iproram of the su'jecl, tint I am nil in4 to a low Lira tiglt montht more experience in the an, U; by Hint lime it will decide for tUell, bii1 will ex pose hit nonsmse, more Oian it ,g worh my while to do at precoi. Your obedient...

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Launceston Price Current. Compiled for the Cornwall chronicle. AND CORRECTED THIS DAY COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

ILautwtfton Drift Current. [Complied for ike Cornwall Chronicle.] : A»P CORRBCrfcO TUIl IIA.Y. COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ t «\ £ t. d. AW-.perhhd. 4 p. 0 (a 0 0 0 Hark per Ion S 0 0 in 0 0 0 Beer per lilid. 4 0 0 (o . Bread per lib loaf 0 0 0 to 0 0 7 Hitruli per cwt. I 10 0 to I 15 0 Butter per (b — frcnU 0 2 0 J).(to, dit.o,— sail ? . 0 10 Bacon per Ib 0 1 1 *- « \ 3 Beef per Ib 0 0 i\ Id 0 O fi Million perlb 0 0 4j lo 0 0 6 Folk peril) 0 0 7 Veal per Ib 0 . 0 0 Cheese per Ib 0 O 8 Jo 0 I 0 Candles prr II — moulds O 0 8 lo 0 8 9 Dltlo, dilto— dipi 0 0 8 « 0 0 0 ISggs per -lf-ten , ? ? 0 8 0 Flour per 100 bt— fine 0 IS ? Ditto, dilio— seconds A Is 0 Bran per binh«4 0 10 Wlieal prr ditlo 0 6 0 Barley per ditto 0 S 0 to Oatt per ditto 0 2 9 to 0 3 0 Oatmeal perlb 0 0^ Hay per too 8 0 0 lo Hidia each (average) 0 7 0 U H -p« p-r Ib 0 4 0 to 0 e ? Hams per ditto 0 1 2 to 0 1 S Straw per Inail I I 0 ro 1 10 0 FliewooJ per ditto ? 6 (I In o fl 0 Wool perlb ' 0 9 0 -o 0 1 * Glue perdif'o ? 1 0 /o...

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To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To t/te Editor. Sin,— It appears by vo'ur last paper, lhat water is to be brought into Lanncestou hy tbe Cataract Hill, where a reservoir is to be eitab llahed, this might ht nf service to a few scattered cabin* ; but rould be of none lo the great majority of tbe Inliibitatts, as it would be placed wlib re tppct to (hem, at a greater distance than at present, and roust be cirtedfrom thence at * greater ex pence than now charged at the Wharf, so that the public would reap no advanuige, but then it might bring a larger supply of water lo the mill of a certain jittton.— I am, your obedient servant, - A IlAVMCBITOKUHi -??' ''''^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

IMMEDIATELY APTeR THE ' SALK * of A LI-OTMIiNTS nd yertised by M r. J. C. Underwood, in our front page, wilt be offered to public competition, 3 Allotments of Building Ground, ad joining Lot 20, with frontages of 615 feet lo High Street, and side lines from 259 to 280 feet. Charloi Street, A pri!4, 1835. j Co %uUi)tti, 6t*)hrt, *n* ®ltyvi to be Sold by Vublic Auction, BY Mil. ft. WHITE. On Friday the 101ft of April, at hu P,nt, St. Join ilreet, at 14 o Clocft. TBEfoHowing well M.d-SBBliP, in JaU of Twen(T, 800 full miuthed ««'» 150 Si« teeth oit'O 1 j0 /our diuo ditto 110 civodi lo ISO two Inmbs 60 fnO' moth ncihers 50 two d tto ditto 130 weiher Iambi. also, About ten excaUeut Milch Cowi, with cavet liy »huir std^s. From thirty ip si«ty hr«-l of Steers ' Several excel'cnt milch cows ? Oho youn? bull, two years old. of the Durham umd One riiic, one year old, crossed by a Durham bull out of b Byrtney cow. Several pool draft and jiauule Hones and a Mule. ' ' . . Terms will be made know...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

*BEIGHTj&_PASSAGE. ;^^omir^ I '_, ~ ' , n. „. *? that well-known two.jtoiifd hou»t rfor London iftrect, , THW rritiqm hotpi „?; ??-'To follow Ihe Protector, THE BRITISH HOTEL, JJBL/piM ? fino ia-l-jailing 6nt obit situated in Wellington street, Launceston, 3ESBE. . i-mwMlff!T*,te?ry-2!'V'tp' /tji(»rtnoipaleiiirahoe from the coqittry.') ,,? ?fcfer 3M«»pnB,.*.p.. wrt»iBoi^,C«niii»n- -V T(IIg Hotel, Indepeurlent of Ns command; der, having a great:pprt of tiir -x)Brgo vn jng gitua-ion, pnssi-sses advantages siirpasied (Bcdl.tliii ve«sel will be despatched quickly bL not)e j,, ^unceston. .$Xrama-0iUi0M {°r PaMeOger8 *' ITS ACCOMMODATIONS HEWITT, GORE,&Co. Arenf the first-rate order, cmprisneseTeral Agents. excellent sitting mid bed-rooms, with an ex ? ? — ? ; ? — ? ' ? tensive range of : For London Direct, Stabling, on HER betur« FROM bobart town, Bar, laree tap room, and detached kitchen, 4&B THE fine, fae'-'»illne. teak-liuill lane garden, and about three acres ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor'. - SlB,— 1 MBtMuhorited by (he numueriof the afacqiiarie Cricket Club to accept Hie challenge made through one-ofllie members of the Ltup nestou Clnb.ond meet tlirninn iuelr own proposal, rii.t tcplay at Penh any -l«y in May, either for expenctB, or for one or two guineas a bat. L , C. J. iUYLEV, Hou. Sec. March 4,1836. New Wesleyan Chapel— This day, ten ders were offered to Mr. Isaac Sherwin, for the erection of a Wesleyan Chapel, in Paterson Street. The leaders of the vari ous religious presuasions, do well to pro vide accommodation for their followers. We hope to see the building prove an or nament to the Town, and we have little doubt but that it will be so, if constructed under the able management of Mr. Jackson. We are informed that the residence of Henry Reid, Esq., lately built by Mr. Jackson, is highly creditable to him as an Architect. To our own view, it appears' certainly an exceeding handsome and well finished building. Manassah Booth, aho only became fre...

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

SHIP A&L NEWS. Apart C-Atrirori ibo schooner Enter prize, Captain Humcr. from Syriorj. l'atseugers, Mr. A.Sniii ami .Mr.Kirkli.im. Ap«il 9— Arrived ilia schooner Edward, Cap tain J acob, troin Circular. Head . ^rniL II— TnefchocnVr Entcrpritt cleared ?- the Custom Home tlib/day.

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SELECT POETRY. THE WILD BUSHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

SELECT POETRY. THE WILD BUSHMAN, Let the proud hun.r pottett hit flacks, And boast Ills Heidi of grain ; My home it 'mid the mountain rocks, The desert ray domain. I plain no liertu or pleasant fruits, Nor tail far savoury cheer : The deiprt yields me juicy roots, And herds or bounding deer. The connilpM aprlnBboks are my flock, Spread o'er the boundless plain ; The buffalo bauds to my yoke, And the wild dorse to ray rein ; - My yoke !? (lie quivering asiagia, My rein the tough bow siring ; Mv bridle cm b is a slender barb— ¥el it quells the forest king. The created adder lionoiirrlli me, And yields at my command, His poison-bag, like ilie hooey bee, When I sehte htm on the sand. Y- a, even (he lorutts' wasting swarm, Which mightiest nations dread. To me brin«s joy In place of harm, For I make of them my bread. Thus I am lord of the desert land, And I will not leave my bounds : To crouch neiieatu Hie Christian's hind, And kennel wild hit hounds : To be a hound, anil *»tch the flacks...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

JJIjaftiS of tljt fHoon. , FnUMonn— 13'hd«y. 0m'niinea|ia«' 5 afternoon. s l*lU«Nll*Ss|p*lgisl3i' 13 I 0 35 I 3 27 | a 10 | u 60 1 10 5« j 4 IB j * ,£'f

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HIGH Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

Wgl) Wiattt at Hawuston. n. u. w. M.- Snnday. ? 11 151 Wrdnesilay ... I 30 Monday ? 12 0 I Thursday .... S 15 Tuesday .... 12 45 { Friday ? S 0 Saturday ? 3 45

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

SWAN RIVER. The Challenger buoy having broken adrift, the following insirneiions for entering Cockburn's Bound, by the buoys at ptesent laid down were published in tha Perth Gazelle by Mr. Roe, the Surveyor General, at Swan River :— Having ap proached within a mile and a hair of Garden Island, with Ihe Haycock bearing N E half N (magnetic), as pointed out by the directions given in tbe printed chart, a rhlp may steer lo the north ward until the jail at Freemantle, or Ihe flag sthff near it, is seen opening round tbeSliBgrock, situate near Ihe north end of Camac Island. She will then be In len or twelve fathoms water, about three-quarters of a mile went from tbr. Challenger rock, and with N E point of Garden Istandlirar ing about S E by E half E (magnetic). If Ihe Challenger and the beaeon ara not then seen iu a line with the 8lagt' beacon, or nearly so, steer towards then in a line wilb each other; pats close on the south tide of the Mid beacon, caving the Challenger rock a long cab...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE—April 2. Council Chamber, April, 1835 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

HOBART TOWN™G'zETTE-April 2. Council Cheml-er, April, 1835 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF VAN PIEMEN'S LAND. The Bill for the extension of the Debtors' Act, wbi read a third lime, and passed. The Whaling Bill was read a third time aud patted. The Council resumed in Committee, tbe con sideration of the Water-course Act. The Chief Jestice presented a supplementary Petition bj Wra, Proctor, Esq., ? galas t certain of Ihe clauses of this Act — Itecelved and read. Mr. Prooioi mat btaid in pursuance of Ihe He solution of yetterday, in support of this Petition. Resolved unanimously, that the Act fee bo altered as to protect all existing rights of every kind, and to provide for. compensation for any Injury ttone under this Act, lo them. The Town Surveyor attended the Council, and gave evidence chiefly iu reference to the Provi sions contained In Ihe 7th Section nf the Bill. Resolved unanimously, that Ihe 7Ui Section be cancelled. AoAHTvBNBtlLC.

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IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

IMPORTED GOODS. A'cnrrlthd 0 0 0 to Ditto p. r dozen 0 »2 0 to 0 l» 8 piiiwB*iofli(Tiiyloi'ii) 0 12 0 It II 12 6 CoflVepurlb by (lie bag 0 0 8 to 0 0 10 CUeffe jier Ib 0 0 8 ro 0 1 0 Harm pet ditto 0 I 0 to 0 1 3 Sail per M» C 0 0 to SoupperdillD 40 0 0 to Dittu per Ib So fl 0 S Hugar perton 20 0 0 to Diuo diito,-fij.Ea».^Uo „ lf Djtto ditto— pfi II) (hug) to D 0 i Ditto ddto-per Ib. loai 0 0 7 lo 0 0 8 Hum in band, pergallon 0 4 0 is 0 1 €, Ditto duty paid, per ditloo 13 0 lo 0 U 0 Brandy ill bond, pcrditto 0 5 0 to 0 6 6 Ditoiiut. paid, per ditto 0 Ifi 0 lo 0 20 0 ?Gin iu bond, per ditto 0 4 0 to 0 4 6 !-i;to duty paid, perdlttofl IS 0 to 0 80 0 IVa per thest 5 0 0 to 6 O 0 Ifiiiop.rlb to 0 S 6 Tubarco in bond, porlb 0 0 10 io 0 1 0 Ditto duty paid, pet Ib D t 0 to 0 3 0 Cigar* per box 9 3 0 Vinrfjm, prrua'lon 0 0 0 to Wlttca— I'orl per doien to 2 9 0 Diilo rieres'bn lo O 16 0 Madeira per d«t - lo I 16 0 Slimy per dit-o' to I 10 0 Sltlnprr gallon to 0 10 0 Clirel prr doc. to 2 10 ...

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LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

XAUNGESTOlt, V. D. Lanb, Saturday, AfniLli, 1835. Within the lasl two years it Is stated that not less than ten thousand souls, free and bond, have arrived in Sydney. This ii a very rapid increase or population in the Sister Colony. It is nearly equal to one third or the whole of Van Birmen's Land i onu yei me iiuinueroi immigrants as stated by Dr. Ross to have arrived in this Colon; { in the year 1834, is greater in proportion to our population. The increase is said to be last year 3,699. We know not the po pulation of Sydney, but believe it to tie over 100,000. Of Van Oilmen's Land it is only 35,250. — about one-third of Sydney — whereas, the increase in that Colony has been about only one fifth the number of the gro a, and in lliii.it has exceeded one eighth. I n one year three ships arrived in Sydney, freighted by Government, which disembarked about six hundred free fe males. In this country, likewise, 'hree ships have arrived, freighted upon the same scale, with about six hundr...

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Council Chamber, March 27. 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

Council Chamber, March 2T. 1835. Captain 8 want ion presented a Petition from the co-proprietor of tbe Tamanlon unfi Renew newspaper, praying lobe permitted to be present al-ihe sluing* of the Council. The Supreme Court Commlsrionert' Act, was read a second time and committed. The Council adjourned to Wednesday. Adah turkbuli.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

BIRTH.— At East Chiswick, Ross, Mrs. F-ane Horne, of a Daughter on   20th ult.

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

LAIEST EUROPEAN NEWS. , ?. (From lhe.?ViR«f, Nor, -2S) His Majesty in Council was.lhis Hay phased to deliver the Great Seal to the K gill Hun. John Lord Lyndhursl, where open Ihfl oath of Lord High Chancellor of (ireal Britain was, by his Mnjenly'a command, aAininUiered to him, aiid his Lordship look his place at the Board ac cordingly. It will be seen that Lord Brougham yes terday took leave of theCourl ol Chance ry, in a -speech which was distinguished both by good taste and brevity. His Lord ship is now no longur a Cabinet Minister , iiorajadge. His field o- action is nar rowed within the boundaries of private life. Tiie opportunisms for otlicial indis cretion, and for the abuse of nn elevated position, are no lunger open to him as they have been for lome years past, and with them, departs every disposition on our pert to make him or his eccentricities the subject of angry observation. Should however, that overweening activity of mind, which has ao frequently shown It self in rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

Ma' G .odwin, the Editor of this Paper, takes Illit opportunity of informing alt pert on*, that (lie Cornwall Ckrnnicle is sold only by him at «he Pa6llihiug Office, in George street. Per. aim purchasing Numbers fr«m the Deliverers after lh:t notice, will render ilienistJres liable to prolrrutioil, NOTICK TO CORK ESPON DENTS. 'Wi have fpveral lim^s read the If tier of ' PhHo cemmon-ttnw'' nitli mnrli pleanure. It emi taint some nutniwesble qnrtiiom. Tfae tub Jnt ihne preventa u» Iicbi publishing it. 'I be columns ofiv new-paprr art -i't c»lculaiei1 for 4liediirUdsloiinrTb(.olo|iir(ilinatlerii. We feel 4-roud of onr Correspondent'* rnnfidenre — and rernmmend liim lo addreti the Re ret end Gen tliroan pri-aii'lj. tie may Itnve liiv rntnmunl eation again, by applying at ouroflire. Vfe haie read ' Obterter'i' cominnnicatlon with much attention— but «« lee n 'tiling in It lo Blccr -ior opinion o( thn matter lie alludes 10. ' Observer1' will be good enough to «(r« ill crrdti tor an boneit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

SALES BY AUCTiON. EXTENSIVE HALE. MR. J.,A. FDDIE, ' IJF.GS-to infurmtlie pul.lic.thai lie will «el| -1-* liy Aucii'-n, tarly in Mnyn^it, of which further |ii-rticular- will -be 'given, j THU WHOLE STOCK-IN-TRADE ' MR. P. W.'fFELSn, Who is 'rem'iving t» his new store near tlrt Wii«r-, and leaving oil ibe retail part of the busings: — - IKONMONGEUV, conHistini! of all de vcripli -nso' cutlrry,-;RipeiitL'r'i.'liiie- m-tci'«tt)lackfuiilli a, & other tools lo.'ksAitdliiucta T ii nn-\ li'raas wtre Fvniiers, A.e toiis ? flmsticii SVuonJ coff.-£ puts Sherp shears and tickles Saw tnd 6lea Steelyards N-ia II is er and shear steel Kail, rud, and h op iroq Wjreaud lirasisi-vcs Spailrs and thovbls I ion |oi» ';'5''R p»us, &c. , S(/)P:-, coegis in- of,— ' Dlue jnckeis mid in »6frs Com unit fustian diiin F.ubI iiif, ni'iikey, a. d pea jackets I) ick froi k- an I t.owsca Red .nil bhir b. Ie- shim Check and wl.itr ditto Biunkob and rugs Tub c o vns It cil mid Scotch caps Twine «? d'...

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