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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

Caurt of fttqutat*. !'»«*« SITTING TOR 18S6.. Court held— Saturday, 3d July.

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 11. THE DEPENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

GAimnY of coMi^AariEs. [?] 'Pocket. to let, *y Jupiter, not a farthing left This eonwsorcolngtojaw., Ainap might ri 1l*lllS»' to sea in a «nk purse— he'« sure to boiwampeu. ^ut Tf« bought my eipericnec, and cirtiricnce'dcaTl y bonsht,t^ey,Wi.-«the'f«-M ' ? vr^r ' Heaven Men us '. when my copper's hot, 1 feel as brave us Juliut Cosar; And in this precious mess I've got, for hitting Muggins on the sneezer. ?' At to my tcmjicr, in the town Same swear you cannot find a worse un, And, as in cash 1 can't conic down, That old Giles must pay in person. 'Ere long to prison, with b sigh, And empty pockets, 1 must journey. The devil take the law, say I, And every mischicvoub attorney. ' And, neighbours all, observe this rule, — When of strong beer you've had your dose, Be sure to keep your temper cool, Nor give your friend a bloody nose.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

nuaGHT fir PASSAGE. For Bobart Town, *3§a THE fine fast-sailing brif JBIHl 'CAMEL LA,' J|||lUKj- bnrlhen 2G2 torn per wgiiter EffijSffi'gip J. Morchail, Commander, wil aid 'for that Port immediately, on hei discharging W inward cargo. Apply to EDJME, WELSH, * Co. May 30,1830. ? ' ?? - Hv DAVIS'S New Hotel h. d'avis, RfiSpiiejFULtY begs to inform tbi * l.d.Ilii-s'and Gentlemen of Launceitoo and iu Vicinity, ibal he has taken the spa- cioua New Brick Two-»iory Building, ad joining Messrs. Robertson's, Brisbane, street, ha'uncraton, for the purpoie ol Establishing a respectable FAMILY HOTEL, AND ASSEMBLY ROOMS Winch. is now FUllng-np. in a superioi ?l?le, and will be ready for the receptlor uf tlione who may be -pleased to viaittbi MOTIH,, in a few wtjsk8. y- \\.- i-. trusts from hU strict »ltentior In studying the co/n.fofts-Qfrhis Visitors, it furnishing the beat description of Acconi uioda'.imi, with a choice selection of (be very beit Wines and Refreshment!, and Charges on the most...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

THE COBiNWALL CHRONICLE. litHTNOESTOir V. P. 1AND. SATDRDAT, JUNE 25, 18»6. '? Liberty wWi Hunger Is 10 *? prefcrndto alavcry wub sKuriey.' S-lu-iv. it k stated by the Tmhahun— the Journal known to be IN THE SERVICE, ' that tbe volun tary Subscriptions' of the People in this Colony, for the purpose of purchasing for hit Etcellcncy Lieu tenant Governor Artiiux, u. service of plate.in token if tbe personal respect and esteem with which his Excellency is so generally held, already eiceeds fifteen hundred pounds.' We are astonished at tllis icport. The slibscrintion to amount to no more than £1500— after a month's canvass of tliecouutry, in which every Public Officer — Magistrate, and felon constable have lieen industriously engaged. By thin time we calculated that Twenty Thousand Pounds had been collected. Tile small turn got to. getber, is the strongest proof of the unpopularity of the person whom his supporters would feign make to appear the essence of worth. A paltry fifteen hun dre...

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THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE [?] Sale of Transformations. "Do rebut [?] of quibusdam aliis". [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE fl frit at CraiKtommUtn*. « Pe ^Woman?, et ifluJbusdam ?}&.' fc^mytiiPtW* *««.«» Brrantotone-jquare, Sej «nth - witty of commiwom. *fcefc* ^l«a™ *» XattenaUV«#I therefore iuHfciaier, «B« WMCromagoiWtherorf, tow a^Gmrtenwlaee, w*epl felt wmebody lay hold 7e m» aim. . I looked wuna. »nd there wai my frisnd, HW*»niI*ne. Heibookliaiidswithme, Jffiff.^areyoii.ddMlpw? I ami jKj^fPu'V »WV' I repUed. VI thought KWelBthsWertlndicj-,' tmd TOgoingon, Mu *ur greetings irere Jnterruptoa by a sudden ?jHei! W'^nd. op turning «h«rp round, twi ?ibalmtWMito I jumped on one «ide- lane oif uiio.uiM ju«t time enough to aee an omnibus coming theopposite way, and that it was impossible toooapeit TVieneit moment the pole struck rue ontlie ihouMer, and knocked me down ; the horses trotted ?«-? and trampled upon roe; I got a lick on tie lai from the liodf of -one, and felt two wheels' piaoTtrroe. I had fallen just 'in* part of; the S which wa. in » course of repW^iiia lafdwith ct...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

?48«tP SSHMSvtws. Jome SI. —Arrived the scboonei GivJCapUln ouglas, froni fort Phillip, in ballast. ? Jdme 25. — Arrived the tchoonec Viwnri»T, t'aptaio Leslie, from Part Phillip, in ballast The MmuN Watsoh, ii reported to have ar rived at George Town. June 3S — Sailed the Schooner Cm, Captain Douglas, fprTBort Phillip. Passengers— Mr. G. S. Brodic, Mr. Fcntpn, B. Jbhnsoa, John CampUU. Cargo— SfcO sheep Joint 28.— Sailed the schooler ViNsmnr, Cap tain Leslie ii-n.ftyt.Piiiltip. Cargo— 600 sheep. Junk 21 ? Sailed the brig Cmu, Captain NUon, irtrBottA'hillin. Passengers— Mom I* Jackson, W. Jac«oii,uCMEvans. W. Gardiner, F. Palmer, J.ttauton. J. Wiight, J.Ron, Hn. Ron and 8 children, .Mrs. Gardiner and Stuart. Cargo— 1200 alircp, 3 hulloctu, 2 horses, lcort June 25:— Sailed the barque Lotus, Captain Gore, for Mauritius. Passengers— Colonel Hazle- wood, Miss Hazlewood, Miss M. Hazlewood, Mrs. Major Douglas and servants, R. Dry, Junr. Esq., and 2 natives of India.

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from the Cattle. JUNE 17, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

jftcm tt)r -3a*rtte. Jone 17, 188G. f^ionor Crown Lind for Sale. — A Fhocuim tion. — Whereas certain Regulations were pub lished in the Hobart Town Gazette, bearing date the sixteenth day of Fchruary, one thousand eight hundred, and thirty two, relative to the Sale of Crown. Ijands. And whereas the under mentioned lots of Land have been for a space of three months advertised by the Surveyor General, as being disposable by sale, and have been applied for accordingly : — I do therefore by these presents, notify and proclaim, that the same will be put up for Saleiiy Public Auction, on Monday, the 18th day. of July next, at the Court of Requests Room, Hobart Towu, subject to the terms and conditions of such Government Notice, of the 16th Fe bruary, one thousand eight hundred and thirty two. County of Buckingham, ? Iluon ilivcr, lot 245— 640 acres. Lot 240— C40 acres. County of Cumberland, Rochford Parish, lot 2C5 — SOD acres more or lea. Lot 167— 640 acres. Tlie following Lands will be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

^^ J-WENTY OKE Valuable Allotments, jOTECENTRE OF OTE TOWNSHIP OF PERTH. L be Sold by Public AiTction, IsraiR* underwood, L Ait fioom- cpnier 'f CharUt and r^eroTstrteii, oh Monday 27/A intt., I »i \ o'clock precisely, without reserve, lriVENTT-°NE v'lu»t-le Allotments of \i Building Ground, having Urge fron I M, ,0 Frederick Street, New Street, P'j Drammond'i Cresent, Perth. I Ttof'above Allotments are situate hear L imin road from Hobart Town to Laun Uion,»od the new road across the Ptrlh i^™ will run elose to them. , ... TiBHS.— 1-- P' 8ent# deposit, »nl- the ?^mijnder by approved bills at 3 and 6 jjgi... with a lien onllie property. 'It, behold by Public Auction, BY MR. R. WHITE, On Ilisriday, the 20th. of July, and two ; Mowing dayt,vt II ocloch,anthe pre \Sm &dy occupied by J. S. Vther, faermd ofChartu Strut, opporite Mr. mam'*, without the Uatt reterve, ' I Ah tOTS assorted I RONMONOEIl Y, *)\R? consisting of sjimblets.loeks.hinges, ^gurt; *-o«ng brads, bed castors, b...

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MORE PLATE SUBSCRIPTIONS!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

MORE PLATE SUBSC1JIPTIONS ! ! ! - The people surely are going mad — Rumor states — that a subscription is getting up to present the Police Magistrate at Wcttbury with a piece of Plate —in testimony of bis valuable public services — *Fudge ! . '»'??'' Another fur tlic Chief Constable at Norfolk Plains, in testimony of the public appreciation of m ser vices — Fodob! * Now—a piece of Plate presented to our PaiN ters Devil, in consideration of his Ppnuc services — would have some consistency in it, end be sonw thing more tiisjiL- Toixt !

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

Corn fHatlitt. Siftcc our tart, the report of a slight fall in the pri-'e of Wheat at Sydney, and private accounts of loigc importations of that article being expected frail) London to that Port, ?lias operated in lowering flic i»ioc in our niorlct — good (amplcsof wheat arc lir.v purchased at 8s. Cd ? -but little business lioiv. cVev, is doing— purchasers naturally holding out ju, Iihi^ ni possible, to gire tiine far foreign supplies . to arrive— or for thecftabluliment of u certainty, i!ut »unh ^upjities arc intended* The market price fur wi.cut at Sydney, on the 14th June, wiu, from ft. lu 9s. per busbcl; Imrlcy, oats and rye, Karcc in tiie market-, but ut former prices— potatoes, very plentiful, fe.pei- cwt. ; New Zealand polatnre 4s. per cwt.. The price in our market stands thus Wheat . 8s. to 8s. 6d. per bushel.'. B.u-lcy . . 6s, to 6s. P5r ditto. Oats 6s. to Ce. |rcr ditto. t;.ipc barley St. J»r ditto. ?'l-;«efloUr-27^i tccond»,'2te. per 10011*. Wlicitjias suSeced a small dep...

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Phases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

' ' $i)!teti of ti)r jHoott In* quarter— 6th July— 2S jnU. past 8 morning.' ~ kuni^T Day Daylleujsthl Day I Equation July ^ ^ light light of decria of 1 |? 3SJ*S?|« SB «2j8 ^54J8 0 *^

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ON DITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

ON IMTS. A subscription list is flying round the Country for Figmturcs to procure a piece of plate for Uogbertt, !]ic HANCSIAN ! This gentleman being tire se nior of liis - profession in this Colony, and it being known to us that hehasuever failed to perform hie duty with faithfulness to his clients, we see no pos sible objection to bestowing upon . him a mark of estimation of Ids services, sad of his character generally.- The, amount raised in furtherance of the object in vjctr, it ir s»id— already exceeds 42000— which 'if a powerful mark, of the estima tion in which thesalenbr of the hangman are esti mated—and as it appeal* that not an .individual name upon whop) he Jia».be«tovved the inn*: biokjl marks of his^avo'r, appears upon the list— but that they arc in toto, those of pcreonj who have not yet had occasion to trouble him in matters of final mo ment — it is a more powerful proof of public feeling fora public character, than any thing of the sort hitherto got up \n the Colony....

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

itrfjft tSSatcr at SauiutSton. ?a. jr.' ' '? /t. v. ?Bunaaj '....£.' 4$ I Wednesday „ J 80 TAoa&ttf,,.. 6 O /Tiursday..,.. « IS ?Tuesday.. ., 6 46 (Friday ..... 9 o , ? Saturday ? 8 45 i-i-_--,~ ?J* * ?Bawuk, Harbour Ubster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

NOTICE. The CommsuJant requests, that the Master Butchers of Launceston, will call upon him at Iris | Office, at 1.0 o'clock, on Friday the 8th 'instant, for the purpose of submittiitg to them matters con nected with the slaughtering of cattle, 4c, We omitted, in the advertisement calling the Half Yearly Meeting of tie Tamar Jtenk, to state, that it will take place at 1 o'clock, on Tuesday, tlic 12th day of July. ilotict to Corrftfponu'nttti. We apologise to our several Correspondents for the nim-anpearaoce of their communications; this week. A Trauesnun in this Codnt&y — it completely the child of circunutanee— and lie must «jubnue w to remaio, until operatives art pro, duccd equal to th&Jemandibrtlr«ir«i vises. . SALES BY AUCTION. EXTENSIVE SALE OF SHEEP AND CATTLE. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. MACMICHAEL, At Suddta't Hotel, Ron Bridge, on '/'net day, hlh July, IQ36, eonwuncing at 11 o'clock exactly, without any xettrve, 2000 WE1 H tiftS fat' and lean, of l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

We beg to remind our Sukscriberc nnd Advertising Friends— that with this Kumlwr we have com mented another Quarter — and shall receive their small amounts due to us— with great pleamrc. To tliosc of our Subscribers whs have not honored our demands upon them w'.th their notice— since tlic establishment of the Paper ire desire to communicate durinwution— if, dut. ing ilie weak, their accounts are nortum-ED— to discontinue sending to them future numbers— and to sue tdemjin the ncrt Court of HequestE^fw, their accounts due to us. 'v This notice is VjipUcable only to those gentlemen — ' who will find the cap fit their beads— if thev will take the trouble to put it on.. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

FREIGHT jtV PASSAGE. i?OR SYDNEY; M «3T*jjJ TH8 1W fas-8BiJJttg|&oon ?? Tl -^Sff) * — *? ffddell, Matter^ dailjf . |M|upected from Sydney; will lOrmoiriialty fot ttrt Port,1 & the for Freight or Passage, paving, good Fc Bccoramo^Bjwn (Pftptliengen, apply to co SINCLAIR &WBW10N. co Wt»rf,L»qpce«pn. Jim* AS, 1886: To £i»7 t» fen t%«, -^S* ^THE fiRb &it^.»ifB fcrigar. ^^^HB This vessel teitife entered *s » re$tlPirVler,l. BlUd i^ih ihfrbeitpoi- '{ aible manner /or passengers'.' For passage ™ only apply to ?,.-; , ,?? ???? * ., BENJAMIN WALFORD, « Ageit. Jo^jgt, 1«3|. .. t , . ..:...- rob port phxijjp. -^* TflE'^iK HENRY, hiving ^^i . performed tier trips to Port WfSfV' Hiplift* fo- which the was mSBMJI ?bgajfed, is now open to any ? prMHSTrppiliftjttorher tip. . jSheis _ in every respect *p Well adapted for the tr»dt-,tfctfliriiierrHn»rt»' to her. eli- . glbint'yiiiihiifeoeiWji. For Freight or 1 raiaage, apply to ..... , JOHN CAPE. CtAliierMtrM; Ja'ne9D;...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

To The Editor SIR, — I ran all over the Town on Thursday last, to borrow the new Government Paper, called the OBSERVER, for the high price of provisions had not left me a shilling to buy a copy; at length, a kind hearted fellow-townsman lent me the OBSERVER, which I found exactly to my taste, and in accordance with the Proprietor's Circular; for its principles decidedly coincide with theviews of the Govern ment, and it set out scolding you Editors and News paper writers, with complaining of the deeds of the Government, and I should myself like to know what right the publiuc has to find fault with its servants, (the public Officers) but to let them do as they like.                   The OBSERVER informs us, Major Ryan, the Commandant, has nearly fitted up the hired build ing as an Hospital, (a compliment I am sure that Major Kyan knows, how to appreciate.) That a &...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE: LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

COR«W-4Wj CHRONICLE: &A.ujffOESTOiy : V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JOtY S, 1886. ' Llbrrtv with danger ii to to rrefcrrea' (o slavery w,Ll| sergrjfif,** Motwitlistanding all thepufiing and false rtatc menu brought forward by tlic hired press in Mip|;ort of the Governor and his adherents — the public feel ing remains unchanged — filed as a rock it is, and is as unlikely to be disturbed as the Peak.ofTenerifie is likely to occupy the site of the Royal Eicliaoge in CornbiU. IVc brought before the Public last week the sub ject of the vulgarly called ' Uteusil collection,' but known amongst the mw !-y the name of the.pletc subscription, wherein u'c declared it to lie our be lief, that the Governor was advised to sanction i' , by evil-minded men, who, while they flattered !iim with their parasitical' subservience— were disposed to bring disgrace upon him. .The Court bulletin of the week, assisted by the endeavours of sonic ofthc patty to encrcan: the number of names on the lists, establi...

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THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE. A Tale of Trans[?]tions. "De [?] FROM OUR [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

THE OMWiBpS.tf tUSANCE onioSifUionrati-streeti here I wasnanaea over to&i^ef atttheV iiWib^M^rtiitmtin* in ». Ln with eight or. ten tat, «Uju'-»«| lo*™* jiHic mom, and plaofd at*h(! bar- _g»™e..ll™9f jfaWKwistTates f*tjfc- H?»7 -*H»m?!. #* tonv™ flfe aepou&ftwere -tifcii. *fae *?»* ? iw' c-»l*?tobi«MAt*» J dial this mom. lag I taJ in hi. pr^ce'wtatw. the thtjue. and dirUsdluni tosend it to the banker's t«*d that he haOllveredit to the porter. The porter state* tWfeMd t«ei*ntea riatthl w* ; ?*« the cie* tkstbe had detained tte: porter, mbd rtewA the cheque to Mr-.fW ,B«*» . *?? I**01! Handsome declared, fhatthe IianBwntiiuj *ore tuoh e nsembUiicc to Mr. Suribnm'i, that to should Jot bare dreamt of it. beimr* forgery, tat knowing that that gentleman had not been heard of for tome dan to questioned the porter who had brought it, Sli» referred Mm to the waiter, and upon their in . (Imatioh be kad prSUnia a polfceihfin and apjWs headed meat breakfast at tie Golden-cross. ...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPLIED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

. UaunccStou We tail igritt Cuntnt, [CovrlLBE rOB TUB CORNWALL CHRONICUS.] Culouial Produce. Imported Goods. £ t. d ? £ s. d. Ak,rcrhhd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 6 Dirk pel ton 8 0 O Brown stout do. 0 12 6 fcecrperbtid. 4 10 0 ColTec per Hi bag 0 0 10 llr=ad(4ili. loafJO 1 2 Chawcjwr lb. 0 10 Biscuit per civt. 1 IS « Hams per do. 0 16 Jt.ittcr per lb. 0 2 C Salt per ton 4 0 0 Silt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 O Hams per ib. O 3 0 f. France sugar «S 0 0 Jlicon per ditto 0 16 10. i. do. per Hi. 0 0 6 lfecfpcrlb. 0 0 8 Ditto per lb. bag 0 0 I JIutton pcrdo. O 0 7 Oitto ioafperlii. 0 0 7 Pork pur lb. 0 0 10 Hum (duly paid) 0 18 Q Veal per ditto 0 0b Ditto in bond 044 -viiu--liil-i|ier)b0 S O Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Ccgaepa do. 0 ] 0 Ditto in boud 0 £ 0 dn-ilccfuoulds 0 10 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Dilrj (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto in l»nd 0 4 0 E','i- 'wr dozen 0 2 € Tea per chert COO Drill per busbcIO 1 I Ditto per Ib. 0 2 0 Oii'mcal per )u. 0 0 € Tobacco de, bond iD J 6 Hay per ton 7 10 0 Do. d...

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