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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 24 November 1846

Steamer " Aphrasia." Alteration of time of ëtarting on and after Monday, the 9th instant. T. 1HE Proprietor» of the above vessel hare given her a complete refit for the _summer, and mad« several improvements, which they hope will increase the comfort of the passengers ; and with the inten- tion of making ber peculiarly a Passengers' Boat, they have determined she shall not wait in Hobsoa's Bay or at 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. rom Melbourne to Geelong, every Tuesday, at NINE* o'clock, and every Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'clock, a. m., From Melbourne to Hobson'« Bay, st 2 o'clock, p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. AGENTS JOSEPH RALEIGH, Melbourne ; THOMAS BHEPPARD, Geelong. * The public are hereby informed that the pro- prietors have been induced to make the above...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 24 November 1846

Domestic Intelligence ORANGEISM. - The Grand Lodge of   Ulster has forwarded to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Australia Felix twenty-five warrants for the holding of Orange Lodges within the   colony of New South Wales, to be issued at the discretion of the Provincial Grand Lodge. The progress making by the institution here had ex- cited the liveliest interest in the " Black North "   LAND AND STOCK.-We welcome with the utmost satisfaction the addition of Mr. Dal- mahoy Campbell to the list of land and stock agents in Melbourne. With an experience in the colony, invaluable in the business he has adopted, and commencing with his boyhood, Mr Campbell unites a character of the highest pro- bity, his whole life giving guarantee of his trust- worthiness. We need not say we hope for Mr. Campbell's success, for we feel perfectly assured of it. CLERICAL -We regret to learn that the Rev. Mr. Thomson, of St. James' Church, was taken seriously ill while i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

JOB FRXNT1HO. TUB PUBLIC AH* RESFICTIULLY ittroKMED, TRAT 3ioii )JI tuting OF ALL KINDS, WILL II EX1COT1D IT TBS MEfcBOUItNB ASOtTS OFFICE, JPith tuatniii, accuracy, and diipaut. Thi Printer particularly invttti atUntton to hit printing of BOOK-WORK, tht whole of hu typ* for that purpot* being perfectly new, and conte queniiy greatly superior to »ny other effie* m Melbourne.

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Gtielphic Order, Captain-General and Governor-in Chief of the Territory of New South. Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same. &c, &c, WHEREAS by a certain Act of the Imperwl Parliament of Great Butain and Ireland, passed in the fifth andsivth )ears of the Reign of Her Most Gucious Majesty Queen Victoria, in- tituled ' An Act for the Go\eminent of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land," it was, amongst other things enacted, that it should be lau tul foi the Go\ ernor of New ¡routh Wales to porogoe the Legislative Council thereof from time to time, and dissohe the sante by Piocla mitionoi otheiwise, whenevet He should deem it expedient And wheiea¡> the said Legislitive Council was convened, and met for the despatch of business, on Tuesday, the eighth day of September last, anel has since continued m boooiun, and it has now become expedient to pio...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. SIR,-The document sent herewith accidentally fell into my hands a few days siuce, and bearing no direction, I have been unable to ascertain the rightful owner. Perhaps, Mr. Editor, you can form some idea who it is intended for. Air. President,-Information has just reached me that you have caused an ad- vertisement to appear in the Melbourne Argus, announcing, on behalf of the body, over which I have given you per- mission for a short time to preside, their intention to raffle, at an early date, an article, exclusively my property, namely, The Big Drum-wy bona fide right to which has never been disputed, and my c'niiu to it is known to be as clear as the broad day. Moreover, you well know the article to be au old favourite of mine, inasmuch as it as proved a faithful servant to me, since the time Lady Blessington de snensed with its services. I n erely lent it to the Society for a time, that we might the more effectually carry out our great desig...

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WAGHORN'S NEW STEAM ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA. (From the Liverpool Albion, May 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

WAGHORN'S NEW STEAM ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA. (From the Liverpool Albion, May 25.) I We have been favoured with the proof sheets of Mr. Waghorn's pamphlet, to he published this day, containing the plan of his new route to Australia, which, we understood, is likely to be taken up with great energy by govern- ment. The subject is of considerable in- terest to Liverpool, and many of our mercantile readers will be glad to be put in possession thus early of the leading partioluars of a scheme, whereby Eng- land and our vast possessions in the South Pacific and Southern Indian oceans will be brought from within two to three months nearer than at present. The importance to Liverpool of the present undertaking is fully set forth in a letter addressed by Mr. Alexander Smith (Myers and SmithJ, of this town, to Lieut. Wiighorn, a short time since, in which the writer states- that " The parties here interested in the trade with tile Australian colonies are very much inconvenienced by the want of some...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Bridge Office, Melbourne, 18th November, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

PORT PHILLIP GOVEUIíEÍEIÍT G&ZET7E. Bridge Office, Melbourne, ISth November, 1S46. Tandem Heuuired. TENDERS will be received from per- sons willing to contract for the supply of blue Stone, fit for Ashlers, for the Fresh Water Dam at Melbourne. Specifications, form of tender, and all other information may be obtained daily at this office, between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock. Tenders to state the price per cubic foot, and to be deposited in the box at the west entrance of the Government Offices, on or before noon on Saturday, the 28th instant, endorsed " Tender for Blue Stone for the Fresh Water Dam " By order of his Honor the Superinten- dent, D. LENNOX, Superintendent of Bridges.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At Morang, River Plenty, 3rd NoMtnber, 1846-A black bullock, wide cock horn», little ilioulder, a red cow, K.oätfZ 'a», i and a flower knot rump, All hip, IS thigh off »ide, a red yearling heifer no brand, a white yearling heifer, red spot on head, neck and ribf, III near ribs, « red sided yearling steer, K with S under oil rump , a brown cow, little white on face, back, belly, and legs, CE off ribs, and blotched brand below it, A shoulder, WL ribs, CL back near side, a red yearling steer, CE off ribs, a red snnil horned cow, little white on back, belly, and tail, CL on back, both sides, a red heifer calf, same brand , a yellow cow CE on back, both sides, tomahawk brand off ribs, a mouse coloured and white cow, A R near rump, CE on back, both sides, . yellow poley steel, CL off ribs, a strawberry steer, CE off ribs Also, on the 4th Aovember-a roan horse, short switch tail, six years old, little saddle marked, J near shoulder, newly branded , a black burse, ytry long swi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

Toy s-Woy s-Toya » S. GOODE, (Opposite Messrs. Gregory'* Ironmongery Eslabltsliment,) COLLINS - STREET, HAS just received, at his Stationery and Toy Warehouse, a larg« consignment consisting of nearly 2,000 TOTS, Amongst which will be found nearly «very fa cription of BIRDS AND BEASTS, Varying in prices from threepence to ten »hilliup each. 63?" A liberal allowance to Shopkeeper». August 21, 1846. TO Di PUBLISHED BY SUBSCRIPTION. 2To aplicar catii) m Ecccmiict next. A MAP '"T!"M1IS Map will embrace the whole ex ji. lent ol country included in tim probnble boundaries of the Colony un the grunting ol istiPAKATlOM by tim J ¡onie Government, viz.:-A lints druun dom Cupe Iíovje to tti« Tumut; tlieuce io the Murrumbidgee, to it» junction with the Murray; thence to the 141 degree cast longitude (our boundary with South Austiaha), lo lili; mouth of the Glenelg, und by the coast hue to Cape JJoive. THE POSITIONS OF UPWARDS Off One Thousand AN1> 1IJL NAME IN FULL OF EACH PRO PlllETOR : WIT...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

-m» To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. j MR.EDITOR.-Having already honored ,jieby publishing my remarks on educa- ron, in jour spirited journal, allow me nroughthe same medium, to make some «bservations on the report by the com- mittee of our Colonial Legislature upon ^ie subject of renewed transportation ,-y the mother country, to Australia. tfeing a resident in the bush, and but . Ule acquainted with the polite world of telboume, I trust my views may be -lund at least impartial, and if adopted, ,) be equally favouinble to the free in- vests of the inhabitants of Australia, Miether denizens of our rising cities or of 'ne pastoral districts. t What is a fair result of the merits of Enewed transportation to these shores, s drawn from the Report of the Com hittee ? Is it desired at home ? Is it reyond all doubt, that it must be ao^in ^forced in New South Wales ? So'snys ne Committee-hut to me, it appears lat Mr. Gladstone's despatch, does not }arrant such a decision-merely that it ...

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Transfer of Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

Transfer of I»icenseB. NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of   Special Petty Sessions will be holden at the Police Office, Melbourne, on Tuesday, the 1st December next, for the purpose of Transferring Licenses, under the Act of the Governor and Council, 2 Vic. No.18, of 1838. By order, W.A BELCHER, Clerk Petty Sessions. Police Office, Melbourne, Nov. 16, 1846. - 1'^-i------,mm Bridge,OÏ5ce, Melbourne, " 18th-November, 1846. Tenders Required*. TENDERS- will' be- received- from persons willing to contract for driving piles im front of1 the Queen's. Wharf, at Melbourne.. Plans, specifications, and form, of* tender may he seen and all'other-infor- mation obtained daily at this.ofHce, from 10 till 1 o'clock., The tenders to, be deposited in.the box at the west e«trance,of, the Government Offices on or before noon of Saturday, the 28th instant, endorsed " Tender for Driving Piles, &c," By order of.his Honor the Superinten- dent, D. LENNOX, Superintendent of Bridges. ...

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SONG.—THOU ART MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

SONG -THOU ART MINE. Thou art mine, thou art mine, And with joy I embrace thee ;   And here, in my bosom,   My own love, I place thee.   For love unrequited,   No longer I'll pine ;   Our faith hath been plighted,   And now thou art mine :   Thou art mine-only mine !     ¡I Thon art mine, thou art mine, II From the altar I take thee f And my vow bath been sworn ] That I'll never forsake thee ; i Of sorrow may never j The sad lot be thine, ¡ I will love thee for ever, ! For now thou art mine : ] Thou art mine-only" mine ! Thou art mine, thou art mine, Days of gladness shall come ; And now thou shah be, love, My heart's only home Till my heart cease to beat, Till my life I resign, Till/in Heaven we shall meet, j ' f|Tijou art mine, thou a'tjuine : " rij'íñi Tiwi art raine-only mine ! . A. R:

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Pound at Portland. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 27 November 1846

,£.ound at fortland. I *NVT OTICE is hereby given, that iii pursuance 1_^| ol the Act of the Governor and Council, I 4th Wm. IV., No. 3, George Gill has been ap- pointed Keeper of the Public Pound at Portland irorn this date, in the room of George Byrne, I By order of the Justices in Petty Sessions as- sembled. I JAMES ALISON, Clerk of the Bench. Police O.ffice, Portland, Nov. 7, 18-16.

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TOWN COUNCIL. Thursday, Nov. 26, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

TOWN COUNCIL. Thursday, Nov. 26, 1846. Present the Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen Bell, Greeves, and Bussell, Councillors Arinit steud, Bullen, Campbell, Claike, Johnstone, M'Combie, Palmer, aud ¡smith Absent-Alder mun Condell, Councillors Beaver, Cashmore,' uud Stephen MINUTfcS. The proceedings of last meeting were read and confirmed. THE TOWV MACISTRACi . The Town Clerk read a letter from his Honor the A Ung Superintendent intimating that the lloyul \«_ent bud been reserved on the Bill which bud passed the Legislative Council for giving jurisdiction to territorial magistrates within the town, aguiusi which, the Couucil bud pe- titioned. THE ASSESSMENT Councillor M'Combie presented a petition from Mr James Jamieson complaining of excessive as st soient ot the building known as the Old Ibeatre, Bourke street, and seeking relief Alderman Greeves presented a similar petition for Mr. lhomus Burnell in reference to premises m Jtli7iibeth street Petitions read and received. SU-NS10N iril...

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SUPREME COURT. CHAMBER SITTINGS. Tuesday, 24th November, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

SUPREME COURT. CHAMBER SITTINGS. Tuesday, 24th November, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. Stem v. hdgai.-Mr. Wilhims, for defendant, moved that the pra.cipe of judgment filed herein be set uside for irregularity, on the ground set forth in the Bum mons Mr. S. Stephen, for pluiutifT, opposed the motion. Mr. Williams replied. Summons granted ou payment of costs. Four days time to plead.

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TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

-, TRANSPORTATION. THE public meeting of yesterday which openly and avowedly sacrificed principle to expediency leaves no option to the pro- vince, but an immediate declaration of opiuion on the transportation question. Mr. Secretary Gladstone, on behalf of her Majesty's Government, has publicly declared that the renewal of transporta . lion -to any part of Neiv South Wales will nof be attempted,, unless with the express I wish of the colonists» but from the tenor of the despatch in which this opinion is expressed, it seems clear that the Home Government (thanks no doubt to our spYiNQ Superintendent) imagines Port Phillip desires of onening wide its arms for the receptio of British cri- minals. It remains, therefore, for the colonists generally to determine whether Port Phillip is or is not to be made a receptacle for British crime in all time coming. We shall not farther attempt to influence a decision on the subject, than by the public and unreserved declaration of our views in th...

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Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTV OF BOURKE. NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for this ( ounty will be holden ia Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-street, on Monday, the 7th December, 1846, and the follón ing days, at the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints must be dein ercd at the office of the Registrar, on or before Saturday, the 28th day of November instant. Defences or scts-off must be filed on or before Thursday, the 29th instant. Every plaint, defence, or set off, must have th name and residence of plaintiff and defendaa written thereon. In defended cases the plea of defence, or notice of set-off, must be in accordance with the form» prescribed by the late Rule» of Court. By Order of the Commissioner, J. S. GRIFFIN, Registrar, Melbourne, 5th November, 1846. THE MELBOURNE ARGOS IS published on the mornings of Tuesday, and Friday in each ?week, and forwarded simultaneously to every part of the province ; and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Au...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sin,-Allow me through your columns, to edi the attention of the Gentlemen of the Iowa Council, to the dangerous condition of the june tiou of Queen street, and Hinders lane. Whilst bv the late excellent improvements in that quarte-, the roadway has been elevated, and r n lercd quite passable m all states of the weather, another effect of these alterations, has been to p event the water on the upper side ot the lune, i um fin ling a pas--a0e to Flinders street, and ac cordinglv, fo months past, there his been m that place a lurge bod) ol stignunt wute iii a state of putri lily, contaminating the surround mg atmosphere, and diflusing it* contagious effluvia into the very dwelling o the luhubitunts arouud. As for the lower side of the road, that i», between Hinders lane, and 1 linders street, tin disgusting collections of filth and putrefaction, arc a disgrace to the lowu, and must, if not speedily removed, prove the inevitable sources of disea-e 1...

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Pound at Portland. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

Pound at Portland. NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of the Act of the Governor and Council, 4th Wm. IV,, No. 3, George Gill has been iip poiuted Keeper of the Public Pound at Portliiml from tins date, in the roora of George liyriiu, pfiin-ned. By order of the Justices i» Petty Sessions as- sembled, JAMES ALISON, Clerk of the Beuch. Police Office, Portland, Nov. 7, 1846.

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 1 December 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. SIR,-Could you through the medium of your columns, and to oblige a few of your renders, who are intersted especially in the matter, give a hitit to the Deputy Kegistrar Mr. Pinnock, and make him aware that his time has been purchased for the use of the public, at the rate of JÉM50 per annum, besides very many lu- crative little et cetera« a pretty stiff price, (considering the light duties to be Tequired at the office,) and that it is not expected of him to he seen straggling through the streets of Melbourne a horse back in mid-d<iy, and, (who having some- thing to do besides kicking their heels at the Supreme Court,) are waiting his re- turn to his duties, that though the pub Sic may not be very good judges of the technical effciency with which Mr. Pin- nock performs his duties, they are not very apt to be mistaken about the fact <»f whether or not he attends to them ; that if, according to (he old rule of what is any body...

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