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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
POST OFFICE. Binds will close for ihe undermentioned places as lol low : Apollo, for Port Fairy, this day. Mat rai et, for Portland, tins day. Plmbc, for Sydney, this day. Barbaia, foi Alberton, to-morrow. 2ca:cr, tor Portland and Adelaide, on 20th June.
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. June 15TH, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND REGULAR, DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. June 15th, 1846. IMPORTS. IK EXTENSIVE AND BEGVLAB, DEMAND. £ s. d. Rum, B. P., 10 o. p, .gallon £ 0 6 0 Brandy, Martell's, .7s. to ale in bottle £0 8 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; Dunbar ........dozen £0 10 Allsopp's , " £ 0 11 6 Other brands £ 0 11 6 Ale in bulk. Bass .....hogshead None Alsopp's .. " None Other brands. " £5 0 0 Stout in bottle. Dunbar's dozen £0 10 6 Otherbrands " £0 11 6 Stout in bulk. Taylor's .hogshead None Other brands. " None Tea, Hysonskin. chest £4 4 0 Congou. chest £5 10 0 Rice, good ordinary chest £0 0 1¾ Salt, Liverpool, coarse, ton. £3 10 0 &nbsp; Sugar, Ration. Mauritius .ton £22 0 0 Manilla. ton £21 0 0 Java. ton £21 0 0 Barret's lb. £0 1 1 Otherbrands. lb. £0 0 11 Cigars, in bond. Manilla, No. 3 per1000 £3 I0 0 Manilla,4/1000 £ 2 5 0 &nbsp; Woolpacks, hemp .each £0 4 9 Sacks, 3 bushels, each £ 0 2 0 Gunny Bags. £0 0 9 Tow, ..lb £ 0 1 4 Hemp, lb £0 1 8 Iron, rod and bar, ton £ 14 0 0 Deals, 9 inch...foot £0 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
To ¿end. £^P^£\£\ Oa approved Mortgage se a^9ß\W\W suritv, over real property within the District of Port Phillip. Being trust money, may remain with the borrower for a period of years, if the interest be regularly paid. Apply to Mr. Ross, Solicitor, Bourke-street. Melbourne, 4th June, 1846. Received per " Foam," AN extensive variety of Hosiery and Laca Goods, selected expressly for this market; will be ready for inspection in a few days, at J. A. MARSDEN, Collins-street. Melbourne, 8th June, 1846. Beef Tierces and Barrels for Sale. FROM THREE TO FOUR HUNDRED of tlie above (Oak;. Apply to R. OMOND, Cooper. Lonsd ale-street. The Melbourne Angus jj published on the mornings of Tuesday,^and Friday in each weeli, and forwarded simultaneously to every part of the province; and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, the Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, England, Ireland, and Scotland, the United States of America, France, India, &¡c,, by every poss...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
IMPOUNDINGS. At Sunday Creek, May 30.-Brindlesided cow, OC near ribs, HL conjoined near and off rump, ear marked in both ears, male calf at side, branded OC near ribs, slit in off ear ; strawberry cow and calf, same brands as the above; yellow sided bul- lock, JT over 2, the top of the J like a cross, 3 off ribs ; red sided bullock, same brands ; red sided bullock, same brands ; red cow, DT off rump, like Y off ribs, half the off ear off; red sided cow, WL over A near rump, RJ off rump, K) off ribs, blotch off shoulder ; red bullock, white on rump and back, JT over 2 off rump, like 2 off shoulder, both ears off, and tip off tail; &nbsp; black and white poley cow, supposed CS near rump; brindle sided bullock, same brands. If not claimed, will be sold on the 26th Jun. At Melbourne, May 13th, 1846-One cream colored gelding Timor pony, switch tail, dark points, has a piece of small cord on the neck, off side on the neck D Y ; one brown yearling heifer, white belly and flanks, a ...
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (From the Colonial Gazette, Jan. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. ; BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (From the Colimwl Gazette, Jan. 17.) A meeting of tke proprietors of this bank was held on Tuesday, at the offices in Austin-friars, for the purpose of elect- ing two directors in the room ot Messrs. E. Norman and B. D. Colvin, who hare resigned; and also to hear the half yearly statement of the position of the affairs of the company. Mr. J. S. Brownrigg, M.P., chairman of the board of directors, presided. Mr. W. Milliken, the secretary, having read the advertisement. The Chairman said, they were met to- gether, in the first instance, as a special court, to elect two directors in the place of those who had resigned. He would, in the first place read over the list of candidates, and then the vote of the pro- prietors would be taken by a show of hands in the usual way. Every proprie- tor had a light to hold up his hands for two candidates, but not for more. The following gentlemen were candidates and duly qualified for office, namely, Mr. J. H...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sin-I shall feel thankful if you will have the goodness to state in the next number of your paper, how many applications were put in for tho government clerkships which have lately been disposed of; and, if your knowledge extends so far, who the applicants were. PAUL PRY. 13th June, 1846. [We hove no means of obtaining the informa- tion sought by our correspondent, but we know enough of the matter to be fully aware that the appointments made confer very little credit upon the government We menu no reflection upon the parties appointed, for, so far as wc know, they are sufficiently well qualified for their respective offices, but we do say it is a shameful trick of Mr. La Trobe to pass over the heads of government servants of long standing, parties who had not the most remote shadow of a claim for such con- sideration.-Ed. Bl. A.]
WILLIS v. GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
WILLIS v. GIPPS. It will be seen from the subjoined report of the proceedings before the Committee of the Privy Council, on the 4th February, which we extract from the Morning Clno nicle of the following day, that the case of Willis v Gipps, in which the Port Phillip public is so very deeply interested, is being proceeded w ith, or rather has by this time ai rived at its conclusion. It will he seen also, that Sir G Gipps is not taking matters quite so easily as some o the enemies of Judge Willis in this district would ha\e us understand JUDICIAL COMMITEE Or THE PRIVi COUNCIL. Wednesday, rcbniaiy 4, 1846. The Lords of the Privy Council, consisting of the Duke of Buccleuch, Lord Brougham, Lord Cottenham, Lord Cnmpbell, anil the Vice-Chan- cellor Knight Bruce, assembled to day at the Council Chamber, Whitehall, for the puipose of hearing uppeals. willis v, sin oEonot gipps. Mr Bethell, Q C , m this appeal moved for further time lo lod¿e the cajo bl ¡sir Geo. Gipps, the governor of New ...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 12th May, 1846. Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
FORT PHILLIP aOVSBMIKEVT OAZETTE. Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, Uth Mny, 1846. -Ooonpatlc-A S^Li^ases. AT eleven o'clock on Wednesday, the 24th day of June, 1846, will be put up to auc- tion, at the auction room of Mr. George Sinclair Brodie, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, the Li- censes to occupy under the regulations of 21st August, 1841, the following portions of land for one year from the 1st July, 1846. Further information respecting the land mny be obtained from the Surveyor in charge, and respecting the conditions from the Sub-Trea- surer. The upset price of each lot is £5 per &nbsp; section of 640 acres. 36. Grant, 1066, One thousand and sixty-six acres, parish of Duneed, portions 8 and 9; bounded on the north by the Waurn chain of ponda; on the east by portions 16 and 10 ; on the south by Crown Land ; and on the west by portion No. 7. 37. Grant, 673, Six hundred and seventy three acres, parish of Carrunge-murnong, por- tion'No. 1 ; bounded on the westby the Barw...
PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
PUBLIC WORKS. The following explanatory communica- tion from His Honor the Superintendent, in reference to the delay which has taken place in the expenditure of the sums voted for Public Works in Melbourne and its vicinity, was read at the meeting of the &nbsp; Town Council yesterday - Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, June 1, 1846 Sir- I take leave to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th May, adverting to the anxiety which the Town Council has uniformly &nbsp; evinced on all subjects relating to the improve- ments of the Town, whether designed for its bet- ter government or for the safety and mere con- &nbsp; venience of its inhabitants, and requesting some information about the present or future applica- tion of certain sums appropiated by the Legisla- tive Council to the erection of the undermentioned public works and buildings in this District namely - 1- £2,000 for improving the approaches to the Queen's Wharf, in the line of Flinders str...
Superintendent's office, Melbourne, May 5th, 1846. Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Superintendent's office, Melbourne, May 5th, 1846. Occupation Xiicenses. AT Eleven o'clock on Wednesday, the 24th day of June, 1846, will be put up to Auc . «ion, at the auction room of Mr. George Sinclair Brodie, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, the Licenses to occupy under the Regulations of 21st August, ' 1841, the following portions of land for one year from the lit July, 1846. Further information respecting the land may be obtained from the Surveyor in charge, and respecting the conditions, from the Sub-Trea- surer. KJgT The upset price of each lot is £5 per _ tection o/"640 acres. 1. Bourke, 660, Six hundred and sixty acres, , parish of'Doutta Galla, portion No. 14 ; bounded on the north by E. J. Brewster's 563 acres pur- chase ; on the east by the Moonee Moonee Ponds, and a road one chain wide ; on the south by section No. 6, and on the west by section No. 13. 2. Bourke, 669, Six hundred and sixty-nine aeres, parish of Cutpawpaw, portion No. 8 ; bounded on the north by section No...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Homcstic ïntcUirjcncc. SiAUGiiTEiUNG Líenles-At the Po- lice Court, on Saturday, the Bench of Magistrates sanctioned the issne of slaughtering licenses to Mr Alexander Affleck, for the Town, and Mr. Thomas Bates, for the District. &nbsp; Assembly Balls-We are requested to draw attention to the hour at which it is an- nounced dancing will commence at the Assembly Ball which is to be held in Cowell's Rooms this evening. The irregularity which has hitherto been observable in this respect has been found productive of much inconvenience, and it is in tended to effect a reform if possible. The Flag-staff Hill. - The Public Works Committee of the Town Council, and their officer the Town Surveyor are sadly ne glecting their duty in permitting, or rather in not preventing the destruction of the surface of the Flag-staff hill, which instead of the beautiful green sward it ought to present at the present season, is being rapidly converted into a series of pit-falls of the most unseemly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
For Frei gilt or Charter. HE British built ship, ELEANOR LANCASTER, A 1, 480 tons. ___ Apply to Captain Lodge, on board, or to DALGETY, BORRADAILE & GORE. 16th June, 1846. Notice to Consignees. CONSIGNEES of goods per "Eleanor Lan easter," are requested to pass their entries* without delay. DALGETY, BORRADAILE & GORE 16th June, 1346. Wasted. THE undersigned being compelled by busi- ness to entrust the management of his establishment to others for a short time, is de- sirous of securing the services of a foreman capable of cutting and conducting the general routine of a tailoring business. Liberal wages will be given, and a single man will be preferred. For further information apply to, JAMES ANDERSON, Tailor, Flicder's Lane, opposite the new Bridge. WAHTSD, A WORKING OVERSEER. A person who has had so ne colonial experience, and understands the management of sheep. A mar- ried mau would be preferred. Apply to MESSRS. DUNLOP, MACA AB & CO. liOST, ~~ FROM THE MO...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. June 13.-Christina, brig, 176 tons, H W. Saunders, master from Sydney. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Herring, and son, Mrs. and Miss Griffiths, Miss Potts, Miss Ready, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll and daughter, land Messrs. Patterson, Bennett, Smith, and Manning. 'June 14.-Eleanor Lancaster, barque, Captain Lodge, from London February 14, and Falmouth February 21st. Passengers (cabin), Messrs. Campbell (of Ottar). Tilly, Spencer, and Bus- sell : (steerage) Mr. Davies. &gt;\ June 14.-Elizabeth Lloyd, schooner, 30 tons, M'Namara, master, from Chcular Head. Pas- sengers-R. Anderson, Charles Arnold, Mrs. Arnold, and child, W. Sewell. June 14.-Scotia, schooner, 112 tons, Gill, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers-Mrs. Gill, James Newland, wife and child. Russell, Brothers and Co., agents. June 15.-Caledonia, barque, from Gotten burgh, CLEARED OUT. June 12.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gil- &nbsp; more, masster, for Sydney. Passengers-...
Queen's Theatre Royal. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MR. COPPIN, [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 16 June 1846
Queen's Oïjeatre $toî>aI. FOR THE BENEFIT OF ma. coppin, And most positively the last appearance of him self and wife, on any 3tage. ON Thursday evening, June 18th, 1846, The entertainments will commence with a new petite comedy, by E. Sterling, Esq., entitled, CAPTAIN CHARLOTTE, Captain Charlotte.MRS. COPPIN. At the request of several families Madame Veil buin, and Mr. Clmmber3 will then dance La Polka. To be followed hy a selection in one act, from Sheridan's celebrated comedy of the SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. As performed at Madame Vestris' Royal Olympic Theatre. Lady Teazle.MRS. COPPIN. Sir Peter Teazle.MR. COPPIN. Vance-JUasfer Chambers. After which a new colonial comedy by D. Burns, Esq., M.D.A.S., entitled MY FIRST LIEUTENANT. Mr. COPPIN will then appear as BILLY BARLOW, and luke his final Farewell of the Stage. To conclude with the MAN ABOUT TOWN. Shorts (the man about town). ..MR. COPPIN. Tickets to be hud Of Mr. Pullar, and at the Theatre, of Mr. Coppin, where places may be Se...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 19 June 1846
PORT PHILLIP OOVBBNRIESJT GAZETTE, In the Insolvent Estate of James Dawson, of Port Fairy, in the District of Port Phillip, and Colony of New South Wales, settler. I NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the creditors of the above estate will be holden before me, at my Office, Supreme Court House, La Trobe-street, Mel- bourne, on Saturday the Twentieth day of June, instant, at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon for proof of debts against the said estate. Dated, at Melbourne, this 18th day of June, a.D., 1846. ROBERT WILLIAMS POHLMAN. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.
Colonial-Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd May, 1846. GRANTS Of LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 19 June 1846
Colonial-Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd May, 1846. GRANTS Ol' LAND. THE following descriptions of grants of land with the names of the persons to whom they were originally promised, or by whom they are now claimed, are published for general in- formation, in order that all parties concerned may have an opportunity of correcting any errors or omissions that may have been made inad- vertently. It is requested that within one month from the present date, the following particulars may be accurately furnished to this office, viz. : Surname and Christian names of tho person in whose favor the Deed is to be prepared, written at full length, his residence, and the intended name of the property. If these be duly furnished and satisfactory, and if no Caveat be lodged, or other cause of un- certainty appear, the Deads will be prepared accordingly, us soon as possible after the expira- tion of the stated period of one month. If the required particulars be not furnished within that period, or ...
Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 19 June 1846
Superintendent's Office,, Melbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation Licenses.. NOTICE is hereby given that the under- mentioned Lot, advertised to be re-let by Auction, on the 27th instant, by the notice dated 21st April, 1846, has been withdrawn from the sale : Loton 28th~)^0Unty-Grant; Situation Lot 3Mav 1845 > -L>uneecl ; No. of Acres I 0 ">-- ' i -956 ; Present occupier J üü J -Henry Miller. I C. J. LA TROBE.
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. JUNE 18TH, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND REGULAR DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 19 June 1846
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. Junk lOrit, 1846. lMroiiTs. IN EXTENSIVE AND IlECULAn DEMAND. Rum, B.P., 10 o. p, .gallm Burndy, Ma, tell's, ".7j. t0 Ale, in bottle. »»"I""-'* .dozen Allsopp's, ....... Oi/ier brands.m Ale m bulk. BttSS .hogshead None Í7V . » None Other brands. K " _ ...... j, ouo Stout ni bottle. D,lní"",í .dose» 0 10 Other bl ands. Q \\ Stout in bulk. Tayk)'° ./.ornead None Otherbrands. " Nom lea.IIysonshm. dmt 4 4 0 0 . »» & 10 0 Rice, good ordinary.i..'..,j, ' ' .* 0 ' 0 If "' Salt, Liverpoolf'coarse, ton . 3 10 0 Sugar, Ration. Mauritius .ton 22 0 0 Manilla.". 21' 0 O' Java-.,.-...." '. 21 0 O' Barret's. lb 01,1' Other blands. " 0 0 11 Cigars, in bond. Manilla, No. 3 .1000 3 15 0 " 4. ...... " 2 5 0 Woolpacks, hemp .each 0 4 9 Sacks, 3 bushels, .í" 0 2 ° ? Cunny Bags. 0 0 9 'Vow, .lb. 0 1 4 Hemp, ......,,. 0 18 Iron, rod and bar, .ton 14 0 0 Deals, 9 inch ..foot 0 0 7£ ,. U n . » 0 0 9^ Window glan, assorted.. ..I00ß,aver. 2 15 O' IN CONSIDERADLE DFMAND. Genev...
PLEASING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 19 June 1846
PLEASING PROSPECTS. Authentic intelligence has reached the Colony by the late arrivals that the British government have resolved upon shipping annually to Van Diemen's Land the goodly number of five thousand convicts, to 'counter-balance which they propose, in the plenitude of their paternal care, to let loose upon the neighbouring colo- nies, (Port Phillip as the nearest being of course the most favoured,) an equal num- ber of conditionally pardoned proba- tioners. We can scarcely imagine which of the two Colonies (this or Van Diemen's Land) has the more reason to be thank- ful for this manifestation of her Majesty's gracious consideration for the well-being of her beloved subjects in this distant part of her empire, for if our neighbours get ' the scoundrels reeking hot from their crimes, we have the satisfaction of receiv- ing them when steeped to their chins in the ways of villainy. What preparations are being made for the preservation of life and propeity here, under such an in...