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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
PROCLAMATION. &nbsp; By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic 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. &c. WHEREAS, by anu Act of the Gover- nor of New South Wales, with the advice of the Legislative Council, passed &nbsp; in the Sixth Year of Her Majesty's Reign, &nbsp; intituled " An Act to provide for the di- &nbsp; vision of the Colony of New South Wales &nbsp; into Electoral Districts, and for the elec- &nbsp; tionu of Members to serve in the Legisla- tive Council," it is, amongst other things, enacted, That, as divers of the Electoral &nbsp; Districts appointed by the said Act are far &nbsp; distant from the seat of Government, and of great extent, and unforeseen difficul- ties or delays may arise in carrying into effect the several p...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 29th September, 1848. WESLEYAN CHURCH GRANTS.— PORT PHILLIP DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 29th September, 1848. WESLEYAN CHURCH GRANTS.— PORT PHILLIP DISTRICT. The descriptions of the following Grants of Land which have been &nbsp; appropriated to the Wesleyans, as here- under more particularly mentioned, are published for general information,in order that the parties concerned may have an opportunity of correcting any errors or omissions that may have been made inad- vertently. At the expiration of one month from this date, if no caveat be lodged, or other cause of uncertainty appear, a Deed of Grant of each will be executed in favour of the approved Trustees nominated by the parties interested, viz. :— 8. Pentridge, 1, one acre, county of Bourke, parish of Jika Jika, allotment Nos 3 and 4 of section 1 ; bounded on the north by a street of 1 chain wide, being a line bearing east 200 links ; on the east by allotn;ent No 5, being a line bearing south 500 links ; on the south by a street of 150 links wide, being a line bearing w...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th September, 1848. CHURCH GRANTS—PORT PHILLIP DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th September, 1848. CHURCH GRANTS—PORT PHIL- &nbsp; LIP DISTRICT. THE descriptions of the following &nbsp; Grants of Land which have been &nbsp; appropriated to the purposes hereinafter mentioned, arie published for general in- forimatlion,in order that the parlies con- cerned may have an opportunity of cor- recting any errors or omissions that may have been made inadvertently. &nbsp; At the expiration of one month from &nbsp; this date, if no caveat be lodged, or other cause of uncertainty appear, a Deed of Grant of each will be executed in favor of the approved Trustees, viz. :— &nbsp; 5. Melbourne, 3r. 32p., Three roods and thirty-two perches, county of Bourke, parish of North Melbourne, allotments Nos. 1 and 20 of section 10; bounded on the south by Collins-street, north 62 de- &nbsp; grees east 2 chains ; on the east by No. 2 allotment, north 28 degrees west 4 chains and 75 links ; on...
PORT PHILLIP. CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
PORT PHILLIP. CONTRACTS POR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1849. TENDERS will be received until noon of Saturday, the 4th day of Novem- ber next, for furnishing the undermen- tioned supplies for twelve calendar months, commencing on the 1st day of Ja- nuary, 1849, and upon the conditions spe- cified in each schedule, viz. No 1.-Government Printing and Publi- cation of the Local Government Gazette 2.-Stationery 3.-Bookbinding 4.-Ironmongery 5.-Painters, Plumbers, and Glaziers' work 6.-Lime 7.-Saddlery 8.-Slop Clothing, Blankets, &c. 9.-Cloth Clothing for Police purposes 10.-Boots ditto 11.-Coopers' ware 12.-Tinware 13.-Firewood and Charcoal 14.-Water 15,-Night-work Tenders for each of the above supplies to be enclosed in separate envelopes, and marked " Tender for-" (as the case may be), and deposited in the box marked " Tenders for stores and works," at the western entrance of the Government offices. The schedules of articles required can be seen, and every information obtained, a...
PORT PHILLIP. CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1849 [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
PORT PHILLIP. &nbsp; CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1849 NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders &nbsp; will be received at this office until &nbsp; &nbsp; Saturday, 21st October next, for furnish- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing the undermentioned supplies for twelve calendar months, commencing 1st January, 1849, upon the conditions here- after specified. &nbsp; DAILY RATIONS OF PROVISIONS. No. 1. Emigrants—For men, 24 oz wheaten bread, 16 oz fresh meat, 8 oz ve- getables, half oz salt, quarter oz tea, one and a half oz sugar, quarter oz soap. For &nbsp; women—16 oz wheaten bread, 12 oz fresh meat, 6 oz vegetables, half oz salt, quarter &nbsp; oz tea, one and a half oz sugar, half oz soap. Children under ten years to be al- &nbsp; -lowed two-thirds the rations of female &nbsp; adults; above that age and under fifteen the same as adults. No. 2. To prisoners of the crown and others in the employment of the...
ORDNANCE. BARRACK REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
ORDNANCE. BARRACK REPAIRS. &nbsp; TENDERS will be received by the &nbsp; &nbsp; undersigned until noon of Thurs- &nbsp; day, the 12th of October next, for &nbsp; certain repairs to the various Barrack &nbsp; Buildings in Melbourne, in accordance &nbsp; with the specification that may be seen &nbsp; &nbsp; at the undermentioned office. HENRY GINN, &nbsp; Clerk of Works. Public Works' Office, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 26th September, 1848.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
NOTICE, ALL accounts due to the undersigned up to the termination of last quarter, are requested to ha paid to Mr John M'Candlish, or at the Argus Office. * WM. KERR. Melbourne, 6th October, 1848. WANTED, A WAITER ; none need apply unless well recommended. Apply at the Prince of Wales Hotel. Oct. 9tb, 1848._ DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THE partnership hitherto existing between us Alexander Ellis and Robert Johnston, in the butchering trade, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to the said firm are to be paid to the said Alexander Ellis. Signed ALEXANDER ELLIS, ROBERT JOHNSTON Witness JOHN O'KEEFFE Melbourne, ' October 1st, 1848._ Robbery. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Checks, Orders, and Bills of Exchange were stolen from the Mail from Melbourne to Fortland, on the night of Monday, the 9th in» instant, viz : £ s. d. Draft No. 102, of the Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne, on the Portland Branch at sight, in favour of the Reverend John Kavenagb. Not en...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 13 October 1848
PUBLIC MEETING. On Wednesday last a public meeting was held at the Royal Hotel, of licensed holders of Crown Lands within the settled District of Port Phillip, &nbsp; who considered themselves "prejudicially affected &nbsp; by the orders in Council, dated 29th March last," for the purpose of adopting measures to prevent the said orders from coming into opera- tion. The meeting was thinly attended, there not being more than twenty persons present, including the Reporters of the local journals. Simon Staughton, Esq., of Mount Cotterell, &nbsp; was called to the Chair. Mr. Staughton read over the advertisement calling the meeting, and explained that the principal object for considera- tion by the gentlemen present was a petition to his Excellency the Governor, praying him to adopt measures whereby the Squatters residing within the Settled Districts would not be preju- dicially affected by the order in Council issued on the 29th of March last. Alderman Greeves ...
Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 9th October, 1848. TENDERS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 9th October, 1848. TENDERS REQUIRED. TENDERS will be received until noon &nbsp; of Saturday the 28th instant, from &nbsp; &nbsp; parties willing to contract for a supply of &nbsp; timber, either Van Diemen's Land or stringy bark, of such dimensions as may be required for the Portland Pier. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Timber," and delivered to the Police Ma- gistrate at Portland, by whom they will be forwarded to the above office at Mel- bourne. The Government will not necessarily accept the lowest tender. C. J. LATROBE.
The Argus. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak impugn it whoso list." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1848. ANOTHER FRENCH REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
The Argus I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak impugn it whoso list." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1848. ANOTHER FRENCH REVOLU- TION. The second edition of the Launceston Examiner of the 14th inst., contains the following : By the Calcutta, arrived at Hobart town, and Agostina, at this port, from London, we have papers to the 30th June. The news they contain had, however, been anticipated by the arrival of the Peri from Mauritius with intelligence to nearly as late a date. By way of Ade- laide, we this morning received news to the 4th July. There was another san- guinary revolution in Paris on the 4th July, in which 14,000 persons were killed. It issued in a new government under Prince Louis Napoleon, who, it was sup- posed, would be at the head of a new monarchy. We do not think there is any reliance to be put upon this statement. It is only, in our opinion, the suppressed out- break in the latter end of June (already chroni...
MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT, OCTOBER 18TH, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. Weekly Report, Ociober 18th, 1848. IN-PATIENTS. Illb.Oçt., ......... Admitted... 20 S Discharged »«ad .... Remaining . OUT-PATIENTS, Uth Oct. 36 Admitted . 3 39 Discharged. 2 Remsining.......... 37 i , Medical Officers for the Week : _,x\ Phy'deito, Dr.O'AlulUue ; Surgeon, U.J .Thomas, Esq. I 3?' ?? ' J. H, TTMFHELBY, Resident Apothec»rr.
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
NOTICE. THE Sales advertised to take place on the 18th and 20th days of October, at Bacchus Marsh Pound, are postponed till Monday, the 23rd October, 1848, the undersigned being required to attend the sessions at Melbourne. WM. CROOK, Poundkeeper.
CITY OF MELBOURNE. ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE LICENSING OF AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
CITY OF MELBOURNE. ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE LICENS- ING OF AUCTIONEERS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Annual Licensing Meeting of the Justices of Petty Sessions, acting in and for the City of Melbourne, will be holden &nbsp; at the police office, Melbourne, on Tues- &nbsp; day the 28th day of November next, (be- &nbsp; ing the fourth Tuesday in the said month of November) for the special purpose of &nbsp; taking into consideration all applications &nbsp; for Auctioneers Licenses under the Act of Council, 11th Vic. No 16. All applications must be filed with the undersigned on or before Tuesday, the 7th day of November next. W. R. BELCHER, &nbsp; Clerk Petty Sessions, Melbourne. Police office, Melbourne, 12th October, 1848.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Argus. Sir,—I am glad to see the Daily denouncing the outrageous piece of jobbery now going on at the junction of Queen and Bourke Streets. Can you, either in your Editorial or Municipal capa- city, give a reason for what seems to the uniniti- ated the palpable absurdity of adding to the height of the hill and increasing the steepness of the draught in Queen-street? ENQUIRER. [Our correspondent was only to visit the locality &nbsp; in question, and cast his eye along the level of &nbsp; Queen-street, to get at the solution of his diffi- culty. If Queen-street had been cut down in front of the Theatre to anything like the original Government levels, filling up at the junction of Bourke-street would not have been necessary, and the property now buried would have stood upon a &nbsp; &nbsp; level—but then the Queen's Theatre would have been perched some three or four fleet up in the air, and that, of course, w...
INSOLVENT COURT. October 17th, 1848. Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
INSOLVENT COURT. October 17th, 1848. Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commis- sioner. In the Estate of H. W, Mason.—-This was a &nbsp; special meeting of creditors for proof of debts. The following claims were put in and admitted : &nbsp; —H. Moor, as agent for Bank of Australasia, £296 19s. 8d.; A. Mc Lachlan, for Flower & Co., of Sydney, £150; H. Moor, for J. Bins Were, £1,391 10s. Bill of Exchange; J. B. Kirk, £205 18s. In the Estate of James Watson, Settler.—This was also a special meetingof creditors for proof of debts. The only debt proved was that of Henry Dendy for £73 16s. 6d. In the Estate of Watson and Hunter—This was another special meeting for the proof of debts. The following debts were proved :—-J. B. Kirk, £211 6s. Bill of Exchange; Kirk & Harlin, £66 2s. 3d; A. McLachlan, for Flower & Co., £150; William Cooper, £62 11s. 1d.; estate of D. McLean, £72 8s. 4d. ; James Graham, £33 7s. 4d. ; Union Bank, £1054 4s. ; Wm. Affleck, pe...
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. Tuesday, October 17, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 October 1848
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. &nbsp; Tuesday, October 17, 1848. His Honor entered court at ten o'clock when the jury was empan- nelled :— ROBBERY IN A DWELLING. Agnes Miller, was placed at the bar charged with having stolen seven £1 notes and some silver from the house of Mrs. Richardson, Lonsdale-street. The prisoner had been engaged as a servant, and while employed in cleaning the bed- room had taken the money from her mistress' reticule, which lay on her bed. The only witnesses against the prisoner were Mrs. Richardson and a servant man, but they failed to substantiate the charge, and the jury acquitted the pri- soner, who was discharged. STEALING FROM A SHOP. Michael Lally and William Spraggs were indicted for having stolen a quan- tity of ironmongery from the shop of Messrs. Richardson and White, in Col- lins-street, on the 23rd of September last. The particulars of this case have been already published in the Argus, and be- ing of recent occurrence are fresh in the mem...