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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

FREIGHT ^PASSAGE. 0$ SALE, foii sypisgy . A* i%^ of ?*? u * D ER i™» .iHBUfiipXi P,d»i#lcsWbiirs, and cotton A^MJatne* Mddeli; Master, flatly ,Cflsr« s*eel|ng |gl]j||ggei£pecte(l from Sydney, will ;shin(-, j^ttp^, r«(t?r,,W!ffthpr pplU load immediately for that Port, on Oie clacks'* discharge of 4ier. inward cargo. Wiito'lead',1' For l''reighji cr PitMge, havinff good Green, reit.^ilow and bJ|«qU oainti . accmnmoaauon %,pawnfer«, aipjy.tp In the -' €dmiiiai' * Sinclair* NjBvrroN. -;?:J™ ,JHr^* Wharf, buneestoo, Jane 25, 1880. - £Jlw ? *!ort»r» iD nhds' ? U ? ? -?????? ? Bee/ pert* rOR SYDNEY, ??»«? c^tto* To Sail in ten days, f^J«$L. T%&& ^HE fine frHftilip* brige,n. Jn'? 4t 1836. ? .!_-__ -^SffiSSb tin? . ««*«*«* Bs W^ K *58 « . thj ?der,si«rd jjrt i0 prhMe ^ru.der;i. filled up In the best po.- Wool, and other Colonial Produce, or «Me manner /or passengers. Forf aJnge l0 lnllkJe |ll?l?L.-dj?'B? °P *%£*? } only apply to ' *'-»? ^hipped Undef his directions, and consi...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

finVntb IntrtlifltirttJ vfchave 61m of the Sydney .Journals!* the 80th . Jb to present uninteresting itotcorrtungs, '' Triter crtricting largely from Jhcm-W 61Ung 'ifrSlkuw. of the SOth ultimo-^eoteerv,:. f1 S. JTIow, on the 14th ; the CuawtjicT lass. gSS ?*«*-* - *. 16th, and the brig SCD Captain Bennett, on the came day. : k$nu* ^ oonrey a iot °f catu° *° * *Tte bullhorns hare atlcnsth keen fittd and .^onboard the vessel intended for the floating M Xwi» be placed in »ier birth near «ho S ^L ^,rl a verv steady brilliant double light when ''domShave Unmade to Colonel Wilson wSk thonkeeiw. as to the conouct -.r»me of «t iiSTarious evasions. inmattersorUusna S Colonel Wilson ciereisei aWealutary pow ir^eVthe affair, of the Police force, it being made rdSToondMon or their engagements, that they ttollw* contmetdebU beyond their meant i of pay jD» and [that they (hall liquidate »ll- just demand. -to*»bb«pl'*» -«n«^«W. »« already-oquired Te cognomen «f the »? Flash Carpenter,' was com 2£f...

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Launceston Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

Launceston Quarter Sessions The QuarterSettionj commenced on Thursday the 7th instant, before Pciva Aacua Moumuvb, Esq., Chairman, and Willum Siccotna aud Wliv lux Neuxet, J&qrc., J. P's— and » Military Jury: . . . - - ?».-?-. Anne Hart—for concealing the Mrtbeffttnale child— Guilt) — sentenced to be imprisoned and to be kept at hard labour for 6 calendar months. oopnia urecn — lor neaung— ana wary *»rceu her mother, for receiving goods tlic property of 5b. Brigg— Not guilty. James Eule and John Clerk— charged frith stealing goodi the property of Mr. Henry Palmer— Not Guilty. _ . - John Walker— stealing money from thepenon of James OEUorne — Guilty— Sentenced to be transport ed beyond the seas for 7 yean. Joliu Bicltcrtou— stealing iie-woodfromTlioBia* Monds— Not guilty. ?CUD1T, On JOLT. Ana Croat— for stealing articles of wearing appa rel from John 1'urlong— Guilty— Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Hary SWwdl-for stealing fov.U_Guilty_to be imprisoned in the House of Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

For once, we discover a something like justice in the appointment of the present Harbour Master of the Port, Mr. Bateman-without the powerful recommendation of a Treasury order, or what is better still, in this country-of ar render him eligible to discharge with satisfaction to the public, and credit to himself. It is to be hoped that the appointment or Mr. Bateman will be mude a precedent for the Authorities to exer cise their patronage, and that long services and eligibility may be considered a passport, sufficient for the attainment of public employment. Mr. Bateman has been known to the public for some length of time as the Commander of one of the Colonial cruisers. In that situation he must necessarily have gained considerable know ledge of the local Marine, an is, therefore, a fit and proper person to fill the office of Harbour Master for this Port. We do not approve of filling public offices with the children of patronage. Let a birth be vacant and, as is the usual custom— ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

BALES BY AUCTION. Monthly Sale of Cattle, 8?c. #c MR. It. 'WHITE BEGS RESPECTFULLY XO ANNOUNCE, muT nia MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK Src, WUX TAKE PLACE BEHIND THE - ' Launceston Hotel J9 * On FRIDAY, 15th July, ,1 Whan Jie will be happy lo dispose of any ?STOCK which liis Friends may wish submitted lo Auction on thnt occasion. And Id edverliiingilie following Slock tor sale on that day, iHr. m\)iU Brgs particularly . to call ihe attention of STOCK HOLDERS, Jo the eligible opportunity presented at fife jBontijlj? Salt of LIVE STOCK, &c, Whicli tiai now become en established Mart for purchaser! lo resort lo. Amongst the Stock which he has been already instructed lo offer, on the 1 5ib July, will be found, Fat Cattle, fit for the knife. . A NUMBER OF EXCELLENT ?HOR-8 E S, Working Bullocks, &c, &c, &c. Mr. W. requests, that such individuals an may be -inclined to forward Stock to tiio above sale, will lei him know a week previous. ? ? ! '%'o be sold i-v Public ...

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NEGRO CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

NEGRO CONVICTS. Extract from the Morning Chronicle of the 16th January; FALMOUTH, Jan. 16-- The LORD MELVILLE packet, Lieut Webbe, arrived from the West Indies last evening. She sailed from Barba- does on the 2nd, and from St. Thomas's on the 23d Dec, bringing passengers Mr. Hill and M. Sempel. This packet has brought four black con- victs, who were sentenced to transportation for life   from Jamaica.     We suppose these four blacks will soon arrive either here or at Hobart Town. We have no doubt they will turn out most valuable servants, much su- perior to the generality of the white convicts. - SYD- NEY MONITOR.      

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RIGHT OF DOWER, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

— ^®«*- IUCHT OF DOWER, A trial, in equity, of some interest to these Co lonies, occurred on Ihe 17th Ultimo, in the Supreme Court, at Sydney. S»r»h WiUuua the plaintiff, Siuuel Terry the defcudant. The plaintiff was the widow of one George Williams who during his life time, sold certain valuable premises to Mr. Terry, who paid for the same, without having pro cured the signature of the wife to the deeds, al though her name was introduced into them ; nor was it acknowledged before a Judge of the Supreme Court, as required by Act of Council, to bar her right to dower. The defendant's counsel contended that the fact of the plaintiff's marriage with the deceased should be sent by the Court to be tried by a Jury, before a decree could be pronounced ; but their Honors ruled that there was no doubt thrown upon tbe marriage which required the intervention of a Jury, being satisfied by the pleadings and evi dence that she was the widow of the deceased, and a decree was pronounced in her fav...

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FIRST EMIGRATION SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

FIRST EMIGRATION SHIP. The Ehelu Thommok of 477 tons register, an. pointed to sail from London on the 20th April last, with free females, under tbe auspices of the emi gration committee named, in our last, will have' been the first ship with a similar freight yet destined for lAunceston, where, we have no doubt from the mass of females free and bond being hitherto kept to the other side of the Island, they will piovea very desirable acquisition. In addition to the sug fenions alrcadv communicated u contained in the committee's programme, tie following Instructions are addressed to the females about to embark with respect to their proper outfit : — ' The Committee— in order to the preservation of cleanliness and health on tbe voyage— deem it pro per to caution every person, that they must be pro vided with clothes sufficient for use during the en tire passage, as no washing can be allowed on board ; tbe Committee deem the following supply of cloatfc ing, Ac, essential, 'but the'artie...

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

Court ot JSltquwt*. f Uinu in country cases— Saturday, July S8d, Uittii in Launceston— Wednesday, July 27ttu Court held — Saturday, August 6th.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

tmmctsttoa «itUiT *rict Curnnt. tCowriuto ma »hk Cobhw.ll Chookicul] eolonial*roduce. Imported Goods. £.r, A. JE s. d. Ale, per Mio\ 8 0 0 Me per dozen 0« 6 Hark per ton II 0 0 Brown (tout do. 0 13 6 Ilcerperhlid. 4 10 0 Coffee per Ib bag 0 0 16 HreedC41b.loaf)0 1 0 Cheeae per 1b. 0 - 0 Biscuit per ctvt. 1 15 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butterperlb. 0 3 6S»!tperton 4 0 J Salt ditto. OS 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Ham. per II.. 0y\S 0 I. France su^ar 85 0 0 Uncon per ditto Xt 1 3 E. I. do. per 1b. 0 0 6 Ik-efncrlb. 0 0 8 Ditto net I b. bag 0 0 4 Mattonnerteo,*- 0 W Oitfo loaf per lk.» 0 7 Pork per Ib. T- ' 0 10 Rum fduty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal per ditto « -fl.-« KU^n bonW 0 4 4 Chocolate per lbO 5 « Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 ebetse'ner do. O 1' .0 Oittoinlwna ' 0 5'« CaodienriuouldtO I 0 pin duty paid 0 18-0 )-itto (dips) 0 1' 0 Ditto hi boat 0 4-0 Eggs per dozen 0 2 6 Tea percliett ' «' 0 0 Bran per bushel 0 1 t Ditto per Ib. .« f2 « Oatmeal per.lb.-fl 0 6 Tobacco So. bond 0 1 S |Iay|ierton ' 6 10 0 D...

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high water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

ftlflj OSflttr at launttston. B. M. H. H. Sunday .... 4 IS I Wednesday ..6 80 Monday. ... .% 0 Thursday ? 7 IS Tuesday.... * 461 Friday ? 8 0 Saturday ? 8 45 J. B. B*TMi.v, Harbour Master.

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Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

Corn Jtfarhrt. No Tariation in the market this week. Wheat maintain! last week's quotations— 8«. to 9t. 6d. ; Barley £s. 6d. to 6s. ; Cape Barley ft. ; Oats 5s. to 6s. 6d. Tlio wheat market still reniuiiu dull, and sales heavy, as large quantities have come to market from diA'ercnt parts, especially Oyster Bay — Wheat from 6s. fid. to &., barley &. Si. to 7s. 6d., oats 6«. fid. to 7s., line flour £32 per ton, oatmeal *| per Ib., pot barley 4d. do. — Cocarea.

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

CORN WALlJ^CH RON ICLB. I. Wfwotrstow V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 18S6. ' Lllifrtv -? W- ilaiiiar is to be jirrfcired to ?laver-' aniU accunly..** , Tlie number nf »iivcrtlsnii«n' -??-?«« ??«l- ?''' »'r uiuil arlickiiit»i.ci.li-in--. ?«?- Mvrral connuuiilM lluui Ufa loc»l liatan. jili tad y Ultyp''. The Codrieb, for a hired paper, is the most miserable production we ever read. It damns its paU-ons by its injudicious defence of their nets. We. know it is not an easy matter to make vice appear like virtue, and we know it to be not an «asy tack for the CocaiBB to make the TOeamret of Colonel Arthur's administration co sown with the mass of the Rorerned, wbois destroyed by them. Where it the necessity for the Courier raking up the past deeds of individuals, over wiiich common feeling and common prudence require that a veil should be for ever drawn? What could .possibly in duce it to bring again Wore the notice'of the pub lic, the case of the Editor of the hired Tabhakux, and«tate,thu...

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Sydney markets. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

SnUntn «UtfatM. Aunt 96. Griiv— Since this day week there hat been eon iideralile arrivals of wheat fiom the Sitter Colony, but there teems to be little speculation at present in thin market. Sales of best Van Diaucn'b I-and hare been made at 7t. 9i. Probabilities ore against Vinnm ? jllrlinii-rh Iwet tviipat aWnurpTiafied at Tt. 9d., the mills continue to quote 26s. fur first quality ; boiverer, it may be bought from them ron sideraiily under, according to quantity, mid tenns. Of late airivali there has been no traiiwctioii of ci tent; til. hat Weil obtained forsome small parcels. Snota— The -mlr large **1e hai been that of the » Micmac' which baa changed .Uatab at a price under ('42. The tecent arrivals of the Imuelu, Miniac, and Anew at this Port and Ilobait Town, tare added upwards of £00 tonn to our markets; but ai they inform us of no other vessel loading for tbne colonies, than the Giucu ; and as these sup. plies are |if »o meant in co-citent with our con sumption. Mi still a...

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

9o-t ©ffitf. A Mail for Sydney, a^d for England, Tia Syd ney, per Marian Watson, will remain open until 12 o'clock on Monday, the 18th Instant. 'We ore requested by Mr,' Put, the Diitrict Oinstable, to sute, that he has in hii poBenion se veral watches, taken from suspicious characters, supposed to be stolen— which may be secn^Jwa ap. Ikitiva to him) at the fclice Office.

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Phases of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

' $i\)HtCt fit ti)c fftoOll. Fj.-nt quarter--22nd July — 55 nits, past 0 morning. u _ f Day Dayilength] -Uayi Equation WjfcS Ugbtligtt o! decre.' ot |nMS ''ibegunlerids i*y ta. \ time. *49'j7Tt|4 »6}6 4JS 50J9 ' lSJO 8-| ^f

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 13. MORNING REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

?&&M^^6(McM$M NO. 13. MORNING HEPIXCTXONS. sllB. ' Whohai not known that painful hour, - When from the fumes of liquor wnkiiig, , Reason, in put regain* her power . „. , WjttntojUMti rick and noddle aching ? -' -- ' - u O.'hoW WeHMTAfpthi* tvino The punch, the tang, the midnight revel [ Oh ! getting tipsey is divine, Alt gettlngsober is the devil : ' My memory is quite confused ! Why did «c have another bon-1 in ? My mouth is pardi'd, my bones arc bruitM And in the kcnuell I've been rolliug. ?' Night after night to keep it up Is oftle system downnglit slaughter ( O, let sne have of tea a cup— And bring a glass of soda water. ?- Left by toy comrades in the lurch, With constables— confound the liquor ! Tistiroe my pantaloons to seaich By Jove I've lost my blunt and ticker '. MoRAI.. ?? Then lads of getting drunk beware, Aid from my rueful phiz take warning | A»d Jet your evening frolic bear The calm resection of the morning.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

. ??? '. ^SiwacE;.' ; \, . - j C«mmitiatUl Offiu, ; .. j . -jimesr.isw, ' X7OTJCE ii lerebjr given, tliat Bilk bn The IN ZonUOimmloioneSdTHBMajatyVTrouury, m n(w issued at Far. in ?schange for British Silver Money, 'f '' ^f^^ffijjogprg, A C.G. GOVERN${EJJT XOTJCJ5 *7/V,. JuljS, 1886. In OccoM.*ccwith'-»ie inrtruciioM or the Bjgbt Itoiiomlile the Secretary ««tate, The lieutenant Governor liM dlrecteddiejwblication of the follow L Return pf the jiwitoMioijiiti.r the Liabilities and AaJtKortlic iJerwest Jtaok. from the 1st of Januafjto tlie 80th tffiuK IBM. By Bii&odlenc*!« Command, ? * JOHN MONTAGU. Return or the Madge amount of the 'Liabilities and Assets «rUie Dcrwent Dank, from' the Ut day of January b- the 80th day of June, 183C, inclu sively,' ? . ? XttBrUTTES. ? . ! ... . : ... - * i.- d.' Notes in circulation not bear. ? ? ineinfcn*r4 -.- r *18» 0 0 Rilli in rircuhition not broring intcrc* - ??- -. 0 0 0 Bills and note to circulation taring interest: - . - 0 0 0. ILIaii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

? ? v~-± -CAiJ*i*li}JiY .-'?.'? ~ '* ALL persona are hereby eauiloneil from purchasing fwmlbe Tri)itee» of the Effete of tbe late Mr. GeoRoB Hamilton, or from any other f-er«qn, en Allotment, containing 10 acre* of land, situated in the suburbs of -the Towmhip of Perth, adjoining the public main ' road— or any portion thereof— the tame being my pro perty— being ? eift frrmt|ie Government, JAMES rBNNEU. Camiibfll Town, June 31 ,1838 Caution. ALL Pfjioni are hereby cautioned, agatiiit purchasing ?farm, consisting of 640 ncrei, ?ilmled on the Break o' l)«y Plaint, now iidverliicd for' Sale by private contract ; with referei ce to tbe Proprietor on the pri'miei «, or to G. Home. Erq., So licitor, Launccaion— the Mine having been ?old to me by. public Auction, on the 20th Feb. last pad, and the deposit paid on lha *»id tsilp, which hit not been ci inpleled on account of b defect in tbe Title, or lha deposit money yet returned. ,, MARK PAGEf. .,.. July 9, 1830. ? '__ Caution. A LL persons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 July 1836

FREIGHT fig PASSAGE. FOR SYDNEY, ?SJk- THE fin* f«s:-sa'Hng schooner Jflg, INDUSTRY, 4^ftJimri Wddnll, M«»ter, Haily Sv\^??9&ejlPe?l0(' *'om Sydney, will liiad immediately for that Port, on the discharge of her inward cargo. For Freight or P«s»age, having1 gonrl accommodation for passengers, apply to (SIXCIiMIt & NflWION. Wh -'f, lannceamn. June 85, l«30 ? FOR SYDNEY, UTo Sail in ten days, '2^3i THE fine fast-nailing brigan ^^raL ''jIMRMv WATSON. flsTvOg Thl» reme\ being entered as a rP6'lar trader, is filled up in the best pos sible manner for passengers. For passage only apply to BENJAMIN WALFORD, AGEkT. J'legQ, 1830. ? For, Port Phillip, ~~&$Sf THRfin* f»«t-»iiil!rie «chooner ^StfSltt ENTERPRISE, fTHHKJw11 now rea-'y to *afce in Goons B£333efor Port Phillip. For freight or passage, apply lo J. C. UNDERWOOD. l*unre*tnn. Jn'y 3, 1830, Notice to Shippers TOPOHTPH&XXJP. _jM£S|THE ?!'ooner CKHalttPION ^?SJti having completed her f-Porl Pliillip Contract...

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