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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 — 20 November 1846

Clerk of Works Office, Melbourne, October 26, 1846. i Tenders required for the supply of Hardware, &¡c, for 1847, Port Phillip. TENDERS will be received, until noon of Saturday, the 21st Novem- ber next, for the ¿supply of Hardware, I &c, for twelve calendar months, com- mencing 1st January, 1847. The conditions of the contract and schedule of articles required, can he seen on application at the above office between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 1 o'clock p.m. The tenders to be deposited in the box at the west entrance of the Government offices, sealed and endorsed " Tender for Hardware." By older of his Honor the Superin- tendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Works.

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. ÇFrom the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13.) THE Phantom arrived direct from India on Wed- nesday, bringing Lnghsh news to the 7th o August 1 he kindness of Captain V\ atsou has enabled us to gtve the latest intelligence up to that date, he having supplied us with the Over- land hews, a journal published expressly for the transmission of the most recent Luropcan news to India Pnnce Albert paid a viäit to Liverpool on the 30i.li lilly, and remained until the folluwing Friday, amid a succession of fetes which did full ciedit to the second city in Britain The purpose of his loyal highness s visit was'to lay the founda- tion stone oí an institution tor tile benefit of the s tilois at that port, and to be pieseut at the open- ing ot ti» new Al eit Due* King 1 mest ot llanover had been seriously ill, but had recovered sufficiently to tike carnage exercise Generals the Marquis of Anglesea and Sir G Nugent Groiveuoi, uie to receive 1 icld Marshals' hiltons Puliameiit was to be ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders required for the supply of Firewood for 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

I Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders required for the supply of Firewood for 18-Í7. TENDERS will be received until noon of Saturday, the 21st of November next, for supplying the various govern- ment offices at Melbourne and Geelong, with firewood for twelve calendar months commencing 1st January, 1S17, under the following conditions : 1st-The wood is to be supplied by the contractor, without delay, lusuch quan- tities as may be required from time to time, and to be delivered by lum at the office or establishment for which the sup- ply is required. 2nd-The wood is to be delivered in billets, not to exceed two feet six inches in length, and each supply to be in equal ptoponionsof green and dry wood. 3rd-Either party may limit the dura- tion of the contract, by giving to the opposite party one calendar month's no- tice in writing of such intention. The tender to state the price per load of stacked hood of forty-eight feet cube measurement. . The tender also to st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

JOB PRINTING. THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED, THAT JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE EXECUTED AT THE MELBOURNE ARGUS OFFICE, With neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne.

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

POST OFFICE. Mails will close for the undermentioned places as follow :- Flying Fish, for Hobart Town this evening. Wave, for Portland Bay nnd Port Fairy, this evening. Winscales, for Sydney to-morrow evening.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At South Geplong, 2nd November, 1846-One iron grey filly, stands «bout 14 hands Iigb, light about the face, mj ured ulightly in the \iack, no perceptible brand if not claimed to be sold ¿6th X^ov-3s 6d At Deep Creek Pound, October 29, 1346-A bright bay horse, black pomt3, 4 year« old, stur m forehead, switch ta 1, branded j with 3 under near shoulder if not claimed to be soli 21st î\ov- 4s At Morang, River Plenty, 3rd Novimber, 1846-A black bullock, wide cock horns. Imlo white on belly and rump, C with w undi) near shoulder, a red cow, cock horns, 2 and« flower knot rump, All hip, IS thigh oil side, i red yearling heifer no brand, a white yearling hufer, "led spot on head, neck and uhs, 111 near libs, a red sided yearling steer, B with S undo; off rump, & brown cow, little white on face, fock, Ibelly, and legs, CE off ribs, and blotched biaud Ibclow it, A shoulder, \VL ribs, CL buck near nile, a red yearling steer, CL off nbs, a led snail horned cow, little whit...

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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th October, 1846. To Night-men and Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 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 persons willing to contract for the emptying of the cesspols attached to the goverment establishment at Mel- bourne, for twelve calendar months com- mencing 1st January, 1847. Tlie tender to stale the price for each cesspool thoroughly emptied, which must be opened, and properiy closed by the contiactor, and inspected by a person duly authorised for that purpose. Hie contractor will have to prepare his own account quarterly, in the prescribed form. A security of £50 will he required for the due fulfilment of the contract, and no tender will be attended to uuless accom- panied hy a certificate from the party or parties 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 he ...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders required for the supply of timber and lime for 1847, Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 26th Oct., 1846. Tenders required j'or the supply of timber and lime for 1847, Port Phillip. ripENDERS will be teceived until noon JL of Saturday, the 21st of November next, for supplying timber and lime for 12calendar months, commencing 1st Jan., 1847. The conditions of the contractand sche- dule of materials required can be seen on application at the above office between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m., atjd 1 o'clock p.m. The tenders to be deposited in the box at the west entrance of the government offices, sealed and endorsed, " Tender for supply of timber, &c." By order of his Honor the Superinten- dent, HENRY GINN, ' ' ' Clerk of Works.

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Melbourne, 11th Nov. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argue. ? Melbourne, 1.1th Nov. 1046. Sin-The enclosed account current between those very estimable personages John Pascoe Fawkner, and George D'Arley Boursiquot, Esquire, was picked up on the street a few days ago, mid handed to me by the finder. You will perceive that the account wnich is in Mr. Fawkner's handwriting, will be of service in elu- cidating the as yet concealed villainy referred to m the second item. NO WESTPHALIA!*. G. D. Boursiiiuot, Esq., Di. to John P. Fawkner. £ s. 1845. Sept. 30.-To my father's fixtures in the Pull mt office, as agieed, for which I hold Power of Attorney.... l8 0 0 To Yam half of Ken's action, us per your pro mini. 15 0 0 To hull share of Lithograph 5 0 0 To buln i ice lell ou luolscap paper . 0 10 0 £20 10 0 £ s. d. I believe vou have paid forme to Howard.. 7 0 0 And you promised to pay Stanley . 3 odd £10 odd. Grots total. £30 10 0 [The truth is oo7¡ng out by degrees, and this document ¡>uppliea a material link...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Public Works' Office, Melbourne, October 26, 1846. Tenders required for Book-binding for 1847, Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

POET PHILLIP G-OVSSiNIMIENT C-ASETTS. Public Works' Office, Melbourne, October 26,1816. Ttndus requited j01 Book binding jot 1847, Port Phillip. »"IpENDERS will be received at noon S. of Saturday, the 21st November next, for the performance of book-binding, for 12 calendar months, commencing 1st Jan., 1847. The conditions of the contract and des- cription of work required, can be seen on application at the above office, be- tween the hours of 10 a.m., and 1 o'clock p. in. The tenders to be deposited in the box at the west entrance of the government offices, sealed, and endorsed, "Tender for Book-binding." By order of his Honor the Superinten- dent, HENRY GINN, _ Clerk.of Works.

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INDIA. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

INDIA. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13.) BY the Phantom, we learn that all was quiet in India I he Sheiks affairs were settled for the present, but it was supposed that without the greatest care insurrections would manifest them selves in that part of the country A report was in circulation after the arrival of the Phantom, that the whole staff of Sir II Hardinge had been surprised when out hunting and murdered by the Mounted Sheiks \\t have, however, been unable to authenticate this intelligence after the most careful enquiry. Sir George Arthur had resigned the govern- ment of Bombiy, and returned home with a for tune of five and a half lacs of rupees, acquired in a government of five years, or about ¿55,000 It would seem (hat his old habits of acquisition had not deserted him His health issnid to have been in a most deplorable suite, und that his re signation has been compelled hy a strong ten- dency to apoplexy The speculation of horses from Sydney to India has proved a...

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Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE, NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for this County will be holden in Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-street, on Monday, the 7th Deceaiber, 1846, and the following days, at the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints must he delivered at the office of the Registrar, on or before Saturday, the 28th day of November instant. Defences or secs-off must he filed on or before Thursday, the 29th instant. Every plaint, defence, or 6et-off, must haveth name and residence of plaintilF and dcfendan written thereon. In defended cases the plea of defence, or notice of set-ofF, must be in accordance with the forms prescribed by the late Rules of Court. 13y Order of the Commissioner, J. S. GRIFFIN, Registrar, Melbourne, 5th November, 1846. THE MELBOURNE ARGUS is published on the mornings of Tuesday, and Friday in each week, and forwarded simultaneously io every part of the province; and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Austr...

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Public Works Office, Melbourne, October 26, 1846. Tenders required for the supply of Clothing for the Border and Native Police, Port Phillip [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Public Works Office,- , Melbourne, October 26, 1846.' Tenders required for the supply of Clothing for the Border and Native Police, Port Phillip District. TENDERS will be received, until noon of Saturday, the 21st Novem- ber next, for furnishing the undermen- tioned supplies for 12 calendar months, commencing 1st January, 1847, upon the conditions hereafter specified. The tender to state one price only for each item : Item 1-Jacket, cloth, green or blue 2-Cap, ditto 3-Trousers, ditto, strapped 4-Ditto, duck, ditto 5-Hat, straw 6-Boots, cavalry 7-Shuts, cotton 8-Caps, woollen red 9-Waistcoats, flannel 10-Stockings, woollen, per pair 11-Stocks, leather 12-Frock, woollen 13-Ditto, duck 14-Trousers, woollen 15-Ditto, duck 16-Shots, pair ?17-Neck handkerchiefs l8-Trousers, moleskin, strapped 19-Blankets, 9-4. Samples of each article to be provided and left at the Government offices : the samples of the cloth, duck, &c, must be two yaids long, and the supplies must in all instance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

First "Wool Ship for London." HIE fine first-claw teak-built ship WILLIAM WILSON," 1430 tons, Captain W. E. Shaw, having the greatest portion of her cargo engaged, will sail positively the first week in January. Por freight or passage, apply to the Com- mander on board ; or to JAMES CAIK; or to M'LACHLAN & SHAW. ICih November, 1846. For London. To load at Point Henry, HIE A1 barque RENOWN, _ 311 tons, Wi.h'am Murray, master, will sail for the above port in all December. For freight or passage, apply to STRACHAN & CO. flth November, 1846. For London direct. HIE Fine first class Teak built ship, MAITLAND, ltl , C48 tons register, John Gray, commander, is now ready to receive cargo, and will positively sail on the 17th January, having the greater portion of her cargo already en- gaged. Her accommodations for passengers ere of a superior character, and she will carry on expe- rienced Surgeon. For freight or passage apply to DALGETY, BORRADAILE & GORE, Melbourne o...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. Nov. 17-Christina, brig, 126 tons, Saunders, t «luster, from Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. '; (Macrae, son, daughter, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Hambleton, und Miss Smith, ii. A. Smith, .agent. Nov. 17-Resolution, cutter, 49 tons, Moodie, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers-Messrs. Robinson and Whittaker. Nov, l8-Bombay, barqne,Moore, master, from Sydney. No passengers. Nov. 19-Swan, brig, 149 tons, Carder, mas cer, from Launceston. Passengers-(cabin) Messrs. Sayers, Haines, and King; five in the steerage, li. A. Smith, agent. SAILED. . .Nov. 17-Ellen and Elisabeth, for Circular , Head. November 19.- Reward for Geelong. November 19,-Shamrock, for Sydney. CLEARED OUT.   Nov. 19 - Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gil- more, master, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Atkinson, Mr. J. Porter, Master Ralston, Mr. Teddington, Mr. Blanch, Mr. Benjamin, and Dr. Ross; steerage-W. Steele, J. Wilkins, Mr. Young, Mr. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. M'Karm and two children, 3 l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

MR. E. M. L. SMITH has been appointed Collector and Shipping Reporter for the MELBOURNE ARGUS. WILLIAM KERR. Argus Office, 24th August, 1846. Notice MR. WILLIAM CORP, has been appointed General Reporter for the MELBOURNE ARGUS. WILLIAM KERR. Argus Office 10th September, 1846 PAUL JONES Lower Marshes, August 6th, 1846. SIR-I have sent you the pedigree of my mare, nicknamed " Bouncing Nan," so called by a parcel of grooms that could not ride her. She was imported a brood mare from England, was never broken in, and never was docked. Her and Fairy were imported fifteen years ago, and sold by auction thirteen years since ; Octavia for sixty guineas ; they supposed she would not breed in this country, not having had a foal for two years ; Fairy was sold in foal for fifty pounds. If my mare had been in foal she would have realised one hundred and fifty pounds at the sale. Fairy had her pedigrae, but my mare's was lost or purposely mislaid as I sup- pose, for in three years after the sale, ...

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EXPIREES FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

EXPIREES FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. SIR-Knowing you are opposed in sentiment to the introduction of such great numbers of Expirées from Van Diemen's Land, as have lately been im- ported here and at Geelong, by our Im- migration Societies, I send you a des- cription of the present state of Van Die men's Land, which appears iu the Lon- don Times of 27th Muy last. I think at would do good, if, by publishing it, you could attract the attention of the Immigration Societies to it, and thereby induce them to pause in making this Colony to assimilate to Van Diemen's Lnnd. Assuredly men and women do not al ter their nature by being sent first to Van Diemen's Land, and from there to Port Phillip. I know the plea is the urgent necessity of the case, and that necessity has no law. If the pioper means were used to get labor from home, I do not see the urgent necessity of the case. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, A CoRKtSPONDENT. WE cannot bat think that Mr. E...

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SUPREME COURT. CROWN SIDE. Tuesday, 17th November, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

SUPREME COURT. CROWN SIDE. Tuesday, 17th November, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. John King discharged, the Crown Pro-   secutor not intending to find a bill against him. Mary Lynch allowed at large on bail, if obtainable, the prosecutrix being ill and her offence of a trivial character. Aaron Crawford convicted the pre- vious day of manslaughter, having been placed at the bar. His Honor addressing him said, you have been found guilty of manslaughter, instead of the more serious charge for which you stood indicted. The jury have not recommended you to mercy, so that looking upon it in the most favour- able light, they must have considered it a very brutal assault, and I can look upon it in no other light. The facts are that the boy whom you are charged with murdering, had been residing with you as a servant ; it did not appear for how long ; that he had left having first stolen a few articles ; a few days afterwards while going about the country looking afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Steamer " Apbrasla." Alteration of time of starting on and after Monday, the 9 th imtant. cjtfotf. ~X rilHE Proprietors of the WfitpÍfeíÍ£^s. JL above vessel have given r-f^BfíPi«ttWvhs' 'ier B coraplete refi' f°T 'be -çJBlisaaaHÎii» summer, and made several improvements, which they hope will increase the comfort of the passengers ; and with the inten- tion of making her peculiarly a Passengers' Boat, they have determined she shall not wait in Hobson's Bay or ut Point Henry, to discharge cargo-she will, therefore, start punctually as un- der : From Geelong to Melbourne, at 7 o'clock a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. From Geelong to Point Henry at 2 o'clock, p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. From Melbourne to Geelong, every Tuesday, at Ni INK* o'clock, and every Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'clock, a. m., From Melbourne to Hobson's Bay, at 2 o'clock, p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. AGENTS JOSEPH RALEIGH, Melbourne ; THOMAS SHEPPARD, Geelong. * The public are hereby ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 20 November 1846

Domestic Intelligence. THE BLACKS. -- Late yesterday after- noon three aborigines named respectively Bobby,   Tolmey, and Bullet-eye, were received in the   Market square Watchhouse, having been brought   into town by Sergeant Johnston, of the Border Police, charged with the willful murder of the late Mr. Andrew Beveridge. During the route of the aboriginals into town, Farrel, one of the troopers released Tolmey, one of the prisoners, from his hand cuffs, and not keeping his eye on   the movements of the savage, had to pay the penalty of his rashness, the black snatching the   troopers sabre, which he drew on the instant, and inflicted with it a severe wound on Farrel's left arm, fortunately at this critical   moment Serjeant Johnston rode up, and saved the life of the trooper, who is severely suffering under the infliction. The conduct of Johnston, upon this as upon other occasions, has merited from the G...

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