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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND. SATURDAY, JULY 23,1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 July 1836

TOE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. lafliUNOESTOW V, D. XMiD, SATDUDAY, JULY 28, 1880. ' Liberty with dtnjef k «o *» jirtferrtd to -slavery The numanmina does not possess a more manly virtue than sincerity— it is estimable in both public and private life! an individual without it — it deser vedly despised, and it being 'no, we are at a loss to discover why a public Joprnalitt, notorious for its contemptible misrepresentations, should not be mark ed with the abhorrence of every good man. The Codrjeb, all the Colony is aware, is the paid organ of the present administration. The services it affords to it, are reworded with the public money to the amount of thousands of pounds annually ; hcneeiU reckless disregard-to the public interests. In the last nunber of this paid official— are some two or three AddresM* to his Em-lleney Colonel George Arthur ? which the Editor — no doubt half asham ed to force on the public attention, introduces with the following — pithy lines :— . ?; As the period of Colon...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 July 1836

b-of Bettor ?ndtredMer, la fepnent form ft «*(*. ^'W 'W^WW^**1 .»*?**«*»* man. we.as^wif ?» r'*rro '*-,- «tv- ? -* -«-- fcto, wifcn Om-W, surely, neyer Intended. We uc'iwawan of any good it hat effect**; but we kit wittauvted wl& maojf shameful abuses arising tat «f it, ml' ttWffcre, think ft neceoarv that the attention of the Legislative Council should be dtnrn to it, for the jntrpne of amending it, before jU Iftauit twe «V»«? % *P Sett«»»- ' ! In some fatsnqc*, «-d *e fear Jn » Terr few, ' BubErebeennJiewabytJie^^ffwdingtotheiu b^»lw;Mr' **»V '*** * S0^11^ JW oaJtiMi ^fitti it out rf their power todo, end*-^ br, and to ?D*JWJ''#'»1«i t*«: «?* -f f»cpp6?Ul. — {n am wleieln encouij^emept js given, tp^swjnd Uog, it li'i«JudieW to the public wed; and u HU, for tie saost f«t liqgHJwJj *ntrjcaj« enact neat, it pnidiifliveqf »«* *»M|!Q,uenees, it (bpns a ntctssuy mbject Cor legislative interference. To explain «ui»lw»— W »W imagine as in tone*, though weWd,ty«ubstit»itfqg€or A. »...

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 15. THE PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

GALLERY OF qOMfCAIJ^pS; - ? . . '; ? '«»»- ' '1.1 NO. 15. THE PHYSICIAN. ' O '. thou whose useful task it is, From mortals fiojl to chose disease ; And, with demure and solemn phiz, To press the pulse, and finger fees ; Skilled to avert the stroke of late, When Death is watching for a capias, May Jionor rest upon thy pate, Thou follower of Bculapius ! ITast tliqu an awkward case in hand ? Thy countenance appears prophetic, Where arc the forces you command, Cathartic, blister, aud emetic ? Anodyne, and aperient pill, How very pleasing to impart c'm ! And you arc privileged to kill Unlucky wights tccundum artem. ' Your puive, good Sir, is much too quick ; When did the symptoms lint begin ? , You certainly arc very sick, ?Tis lucky that you called me in. 'From drinking grog you must refrain, To your complaint 'tis adding fuel ? ' And let me beg of you again* To drench yourself with watcrrgrucl. ' Fevers must never get a-hcad, As my crtensivc pnuiricejcitrlies^.. And you must eel tainly...

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To the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

Co t|)t KrtittcT. , Suf,— Scing.in you t last uumbui, a lettursincd OMsEH\T«,.sainj; is wonder at tlie Norfolk planes and Westbury addnUe to the Govcrnur, which 1 ham surprised he did not say out hcriuds hciiods, and halso that there was not ten out of (he hole einerslut wot were J. P'i pr others oldhiff situva tions under Government. I Iwg to liask Mr. O» kekvek why sich puiwns shuld not sine it, he fur ther Ease it is not to lie wundered at when Messn. Arclier, Reibcjr, and Davis are *o well uclikcd, haltho' I would Venture to cay, that none of these gcmnien has Lintcrfcrcd in any way or shape or de gree whabameve r to houlain sincingf, and pmy Sir. OnsEBVER wot as the Governor don' (0 the Culuny excluding Government Officers among not gcmnien I honor myself to rank aute not to sine it. Can &i]c one deny the pios cornel as done wot he can do, and promote the Christine riligon by isiicxample, and halso, by bilding places of publick worshep through the iland. As he not gratc...

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PORT PHILIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

PORT PHILIP. The arrival of the Cent hus put us In possession of recent facts, connected with the Settlement at this place. The barbarous murders of Mi. Franks and his shepherd, have been, in come degree, re venged, which, we trust, will be a warning to the natives not in future to commit wanton excesses upon our countrymen. We learn that a party of the settlers, assisted by the Sydney natives, connected with Mr. Uotniaii1* establishment, and a few domesticated natives of the Settlement, Marled in ijuest of the murderers, whom they were frrtuuatc enough tofall iu with, at 110 great distance from where the bloody deeds were perpetrated. We have no positive assurance of their Haumber, but learn, that it was considcrBUp, and that many of them were clothed in the articles of dress they had plundered from their victims. A quantity tof provuions and other stores were, like wise, in their jxKscstion, svhioh left no doubt us to their identity. Tlie avenging party fell u|wn the guilly tribe,...

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Post Office, Launceston. JULY 30. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

?Boat -©ffi«, Eamirtfton, July SO. 1BB6. A mail to Sydney per Alice, is expected to close on Tuesday 2nd August. - A. Wbigbte, Postmaster.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

Vamicttfton JKrtail &titt Current, [Coutiled roa im Cornwall Chronicle.] Colonial Produce. Jrai-ortcd Goods. , . £ t. d. ' £ s. i. Ale, per hlid. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 6 Bark per ton 8 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 C Beer per lihd. 4 10 0 Coffee per lb bag 0 0 10 Bread(41b. loaf)0 1 0 Cheese per lb. 0 10 Biscuit per cn-t. 1 IS 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per lb. 0 2 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hams per lb. 0 2 0 I. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 S E. I. do. per lb. 0 0 6 Beef per lb. 0 0 8 Ditto per lb. bag 0 0 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf Jwrlk 0 0 7 Pork per lb. 0 0 10 Rum (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal per ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 Chocolate per Hi 0 £ 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Bitta m bond 0 5 0 Candlcsf moulds 0 10 Giu duty paid 0 IS 0 Ditto (dips) 0 10 Ditto in boud 0 4 0 Egg» per dozen 0 2 C Tea per chert 6 0 0 Bran per busiici 0 1 S Ditto per lb. 0 2 0 Oatmeal peril), 0 0 C Tobacco do, bond 0 1 8 Hay per...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

MISCELLANEOUS. Lord Sidmoulh has followed the noble example of the Marquis of Canidcn, and has resigned his pension of i'3,000 per annum, us speaker of the louie of Commons. According to Lloyd's books, upwards or 40 ves sels have been driven on shore, or totally lost, prin cipally of) the cast coast, during the gales that have prevailed for the last three or four days. (Febru ary 19th,) — one vessel, richly laden, called the Rusco Castle, from London to Constantinople, was on snore iicar Mover. ' Lord William Pagct has reached Santander, on his way to join General Evans. No less than 36,000 barrels of gunpowder have been removed from the magazines at Marchwood, and sent to the north coast of Spain, for the use of the queen's troops. In December lost, between cape Frio and Bahia, the Satallite detained the brig Orion under Donna Maria's colors, and sent her into Rio for ad judication, with 245 slaves from the coast of Africa, making the third vessel this ship lias cap tured. The orga...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

'Uiigthy«tt be, we 4»nnot»ToiddSp3«.ff &j»i«.j iVrTMKCoionn, ttoJetter Jrom Jocelyn Tho-J Kv_JuticuWy at 3&o5&iw-*»» .govern- StorfS?&^ WU* «e»»ture»f Stbi Tarn-/' the-Witer ftuaiei to probe the Junfc of a (iWySojurea jnan with insult— but S iSempb WB' ftuitless-the loourt of enquiry ZtehSbtrbamb** P»ye4 e™' «?* kome go r^MBt. aid ' which we Jindentand iiu been Z2S&*+»- the Wterrigbt^teenauirie. SJl prove the Tmth-J'Tbix T»tob' -s some, nun another aaamn production, tu was Huhboo ad leienrt other of theConan*'* nowmmtationi i Tan opinion, the but Hgnrture to the Campbell Twnadina, J« An or Auww, would best ?wit it* l»r obvious motivci, we retain torn farther us naitaupontbependingcauje— joatunf ». .Awsiim

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

ftt'gl) SHattr at &umcrtton. H. IT. B. M. Sunday .... 2 IS I Wednesday .. 4 SO Monday.,,. S 0 I Thursday ? S, 15 Tuesday.... 8 45 ' Friday ? 6 0 Saturday ? 6 45 ' J. B. DitmaV, Harbour Master.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

£yhitExeeUmw£oi°nel George Arthur* JAentmant . Goeembr of the I.latti »f ' Vim PiffneiCs LtitM pad Ub] Jfyepiuaencm, with thssidvif 6 oj.tlic Legisla tive Council. i j ii .; - . _ . i An Act to pjo-ife\tajtlier for -tbp . , IpBtjfution of Courts of Requests;, .and tjie^nailie^uirifedictioal of such Courts. WHEREAS m ^iretiaiifceW the Act of this Island passedin ithe JaTntij y| or eflbe reign of ttfia late Majesty, inti-. ? tided il A« Ac* to fnstitute Courts qfReqHeftef ^qWrjte' of Ciy.jMu risSiction, so called, were insti ^ted in the/then pasting police Districts,, which have been fount] by experience, to be veryusefal( in'thfe' recovery of email debt6,j and it is expejfieBi tp.prpvi^for the erection of similar Courts in other iparts of the Colony, and. for an extension in certain cases' of the jurisdiction of all suchf Courtjiin the -manner hereinafter, mentioned j—sBeit tberefore^nac ted, by his Excellency Colonel: George Arthur, Lieutenant Go vernor of the Island of Vjin t)je-i ...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

HfyiiStS of t\)( fHoon. Lost quarter— 4th Aug — 1 nit. past 5 afternoon. siiTisZ 'D*y '»V lc-igtii| D«v liquation AuBPFl^aUbilii 1 J7 lt|l tt|s 0J6 i\* Vfy SO) ^-

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 80, 1686. 'Ub'*y with (lunger is' 10 »e preferred to slavery with security.' : * ? ' StLUiir. ? . ? » Is thete not Some hidden thunder in tlie stoics of Heaven, Red with uucommon wrath to blast the men ... Who owe their irrcatness to their country's ruin ?' . Under all Governments, there exist abuses, and in none are they -more numerous end flagrantthun in the British. Colonies. Far away from the Parent State to which 'they ate nominally responsible, it cares little or nothing of their internal management ;' all it thinks of is tlie securing to Ministers the ex clusive right of the jiatronagcthcy produce. The materials out 01 which tilts, and similar govern ments arc composed, are bud froiu the base to the tumniit. The Chief Magistrate down to the mean est servant of the Ctobtj, owes his situation to the interest of his friends— whereat mbhit alone should be the path to public trust. This system will con tinue m looiras our common liber...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

Corn fHariut. There is nothing doing in this market. Wheat continues at from 7«. to 7s. C:l. for good sampler ; Barley is likewise as last wcelt,& ; Oats a little more in demand, and 6s. aslicd !.)? tome sellers— t!aiu«li retailing loivcr by others— «t 5s. Fine Flour 24s., seconds 22s. per 100 lbs. Wheat cMtiauw to decline, 'and Rime samples have been sold as .low ns 5k fid varying to 7k'. per bushel— other nStttttt lie' (fame as formerly quoted. Batcher's meat is exorbitant, beef 7d fo 103 p:r ill., mutton 7d. to 8d.— rotmren, July 29. A vessel with wheat had arrived nt Sydney fiom Valpaniin,'and the price had fallen to from &. to 6s. |wr bushel.— Ibid.

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

Court of JRcautsts. Plaints in Lnuneestnn— Wednesday, July 27th. Court held — Saturday, August Gth.

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The True Colonist and the Observer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

The True Colonist and the Observer We have just opened the 5th number of a new vehicle of WEAKLY scurrility, which the miserable tail of the departing faction have set up at Laun ceston, to cover the retreat of their patron. The conductors of this miserable Billingsgate rag vainly hope to provoke us to give them notoriety, by re plying to their abuse, but by doing so we should indeed degrade ourselves, and the cause in which we we enfaged, and might extend the worthless existence of THEIR Journal for a few weeks beyond their time. The wretches do not attempt argument or reply, they shoot out their envenomed tongues with senseless hisses, and threatened the Editor   PERSONALLY. We fear them not— we defy them. The columns of this Journal shall never be polluted by replying to such antagonist— whom we could only answer by shewing that their ignorance can only be matched by their impudence, in presuming to at tempt the conduct of a public Journal. But we will have no more t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. FOR SYDNEY, JjWgfc INDUSTRY , aMM^Jamei Uddell, Master, daily cSaaSBexpecled from Sydney, will load immediately far tfiat Part, on the discharge of her inward cargo. for Freight or Passsge, iiaWnp good accommodation for passenger*, apply to SINCLAIR k NEW10N. Whirr, Laoneegton, June35, 1836. rORSYPWEY. '^ftx THE fine, fasl-uiling Brig SBfiSlL. A 1, 248 tonttfigilut, Robert VrVfK Milne, muter. This tease, baring the greater part of her cargo /eo gaged trill sheet with quick despatch;; having room for a few ions of poods early application for freight or steerage passengers only ia requeued. Apply on board I* Capt. Milne, i-r .-' ' B. WALFOHD. UeorgMjtrcjtt, July 30, -836. Agy t. -j____i *THE fine' fast -sailing Schooner 2HVML . hiving arrived Irom Poit 939B0 Philip, anrl, h,»» in* tpmpleied hrrobaner, U now open for f.eifbt, *ilh«r to Hobart Town or Sjdnpy, «s encodfajemtjt aiMvpBer. APPljf '» MKILLOP & ANDERSON. FOR SYDNEY, 99b after discharging par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

V T the time of writing my Iistter -n the Ob ?»? .Enma ofJwt Thursday, I was under the ?mpresnbiii'tliat W answer and shew the falseness of Mr Eddie's jcply, would take up » greater space than, upon forther consideration, appears necessary: I have, therefore, 'trtracted'.tlie principal jwints in hU hut JVunphli*, w& «iH eso&lift bit mendacity,' -o be more glannfc than/dn the former occasions. Mr! Eddie commences by affording to leave out of bii last publication, tlieWMUOOT 'confusedly kumed sketch I' -rcry convenient ihueeoV but, upon- thUiiOEBiBD sKBmw, ha obtaiucd, an advau.ee of. ?' m0Iiey-au jaiviKo item Wfev .abiuu.'smt nsEir.' ' ' ? ? ' :* After lb. Bioie'e adnitsnons, 'that the'iccouirt Current w tie Document upon which the Arbi tratorecameto their decision, he now qualifies the admission by stating, 'if upon any.' . Mr. Eddie had previously stateS he had expe Iriencea eonsideiable losses— we read no more in hit lost Pamphlet of there losses, and why? because ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

To The Editor. SIR,— I have just arrived from Port Philip, and am truly sorry to confirm the report, which, no doubt, you have already heard, of the melancholy and barbarous murder of Mr. Franks and his shep- herd, by a party of the natives, consisting of two men, two women, and one boy. Mr. Franks had only a few days previous to the dreadful occurrence removed his sheep to, the river Ax, being desirous not to encroach on the land claimed by what is called the 'Company,' who, by the bye, have no more claim to the land than you or I. That unfor- tunate gentleman had pitched his tent eight miles distant from the nearest station, and close to a thick forest, where the treacherous natives had every op-   portunity of committing the fatal deed before their victims could possibly think of defending themselves. Mr. Franks received one blow on the right temple   with the back part of a tomahawk, the side and back part of the scull presented two large cuts, which mu...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 July 1836

fTo the SEbttor. Stn,— 1 merely with to inform you that the 1'uo.r, that ought to be U|mn the middle ground, is «'°M' muic ndlw away from it, to tcuward, and «eg 5° ... ? ;-. .!,/- Port Offioer qf tlic fact— if he is 1 Knee of it-M tlie blioy. to jf P'*'-l rituji ' ^. «tt likely » mislead 6hiPPine ^''''S tj-e r;ldtoi-un them upon »»» «* Agger the ^supposed to point out I am, &r, your JJieot servant, ? - ? ' S5th M- 1836. . A. JUuineb. jr. BDn»»,-4.W-dc«itouf.to\Jenathe Goverl \Plate Sutariptiona liand-«in you tell me '»?from. on the occasion -* bestowing upon a. *2 servant of tlie public, a. tribute of its ? C£Tl iave inwiaMy secn-first, public meet rTSllcrto sanction it, and .forwards, if it «as rE\ioI.,4,Urts, to receive subscriptions, laying et ETbS&m. oHer place,, of puttie ros^. It ^Jnotto I* the case here, with respect to the C SuIwriptioB \ have Jicftrd^fl-or the Governor «* I*m 6°try. for the credit of His Ejeellcncy, uUtSt 'jUusc itW-ta, certainly, «if he, „...

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