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SYDNEY, AUGUST the 13th, 1831. FROM THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

6TDNEV, AUGUST the 13th, 18^1. FROM THE MONITOR. Light Wheat (dirty) per busliel of CO lbs. 5 : ? Best heavy c'.ean bright df»o, per ditto... 7 : 6

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, AUGUST 29th, 1831 SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

[?] LAUNCESTON, AUGUST ^9th, leSl. ' -rr^BMSirtigoii.^-th?8hJp WATmftfcoar^»lrtrAd4isoa^ forMttdmfi, MUlUroopg. ^ .. _-.. ..... :..+, .,, . 1 ; ^Oii Friday, t^ie schooner FriendaUip, fo4- Circular Head; ivith sundries for V. C-. I. ^^^-Passengers, Mjg.^vmons and son* w- ?. :;v-. ?'';'?: — — 7 — ~ 3 —__? ?— --;-—?. ? .??'?*- ARUJVD0* . , 40ii Monday tlte Britannia, Capt -Ramsay., \wm. wealing appare^~T4uit, 4i-di*u ^wh^Tiiprk, so»pa ?clieesesi-4-uUer,-l(»bacEQ., wine* braii4-', -bottied a\e^ herrings,. ir4-u-«tud biiass .woifc,. «Btd41e0».JJ*jf 'sloae^ 4 wine, sill, vinegar, bdilis *iud sli-»Js, 4iouse. lineu, mxxiz', -7 horfte*,^iiidZl v»g-:oji7flMDj-]et€». Go«sigued . ? ?io.^ifssrs. WiUJHHis, ^alkinsiiaSlfl^odderY, and t» MAsoii, JoUusou, |?Avis, und 7 mboriginuls^of N, S. ? . ._i. -^at^---~--'--J---^=====^--'-'- -T..:._-izzr' -'-?? ?' -?? * Oii-Sundiiy, thp schooner'flenpy, fronvthe wbaiiug l J 45it»und,^witmdtimsof -al. ' ? \ esseKs j_emaihing 'inj^e_r^er— Barque Nirnr^, i _ _m B...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. Wheat ? 4:0 to 5:0 Barley, ? 6 ' 0 — 0:0 Oau, ? 4:6 - 5:0 JFIoar, (best) per i.cwl, Ils^— Ditto (seeoitds) l«s. Meal, 14s. perewt.

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

H0BAB.T TOWN* ?? ' v Wheat, ...., ? 5.0 JBarley, _ , . ^. ^. ? ?_?!??? * : 4 Oats, ? ..V.. ?_;.;« _;__: «

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[?] LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

[?] We Un great plpMuren copying the foil*** ing from the^ydney^sltetle;— *t-lonial Secri^;ri9^c«. ,June~l1, 183U— Gentlemen, I am xommanded by bis Kxcelleqcy . the Qov^rnor to acknowledge the Teceipt of your ' memorial, praying that a doty be UW on all «rain and flour imported into Ipe Colony, when ever the price of those articles in the Sydney ' market shall fall below « certain sum. * His Excellency feeling deeply the distress to . which the colony has been subjected, by the un« favorairie state x-Hhe seasons 4'or^ series of years f past, and being anxious to afford the agriculture! - body, as well as every other braach of the com* munity, any assistance which can consistently be ' extended to it, toe has lost m- ^*ime Jn taking the ? subject of your petition into consideration^ in council 4 and 1 am directed to |nforin yon, that -hayinf Jn coaseijUjence examined teycfal genllft* . ^eny^wlw^w-welfqittBliled^te^^^ oh such points as were considered necessary to a '? full and correc...

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THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

- THE SCPESMS ^B||t|lX. f- Whi*e and ible ^ **Nm^i^ltt^^*rtMnrt4*w% I before the Quarter Sessions on the 12th instant, w^Hoh we gftvMasi: week, cannot be suffer-, en4 to pass Without sfcsrfe notice from *s. Wemust I 4»nfes* *ur surprise «t the «ileoeej-f mtr contem | poraries on this very important fubject. S« ex I ttaor*lrnary 4* the drcu»fit*B^T»p^i^*^ocofl I- trary to every thlog we have been accustomed to I see, hate been the proceedings— and so utterly I inexplicable afe all the^eatares of this affair, that I we scarcely know where to begin. These men, I White and his companions, were -confined in gaol 1 mt Launceston, for two years and a half, ender a i — committal to take their trial before the Supreme I — €t-art^for^^apital^)ffence— cattle stealing* The I Conrt has repeatedly sat -at Wobart Town) withiu ; that period ; bat it was net untH the late regul** tiotts, directing that *fce said Supreme .{iotjigJ should only *it in Mobart T*«l, |jp any idAJ was formed ef - tying the...

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FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

._ — Tbom^the Australian. ? For the conclusion of the singular coroner's inquest which-_w« .noticed last . week, we are indebted to the al)ove journal, trom which w-' extract— : ' 4i Our readers have by this time heard a goo. 'leal about the shooting«Mh«» 4wo frisaners lay week on board the Eleanor. We gave a brief re port of the affair on Friday last w We regard ft^ the then verdict of the Jury as ttrange* and th conduct ©frttie L_-Coroiier_jas fjr no meant tathfav^ toi\y i and the lapse.^of a week has served to ^M'ngthen rather than diminish our misgivings. The verdict of the Jury was u manslaughter against same pet ten t-rpersoH4tunktutwti.' ..\s this consist* «nt with the facts? It appears that the Eleanor was lately taken up hy government to convey prisoners and stores to Moreton Bay. f h'o»e sht received, being heavily ironed when they came on board, and so kepN under guard of a strong detachment of the 17th rf^imeut. With the pro visions, a scale of the rations, as lately est...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

SYDNEY. By the Britannia we have received another number of the Sydney Papers— viz., to the 15th instant. ? We make the .following selections . Fuo*i the H-euald,* Aug. 15. Speating^ofyThe^lTeti Laii3~'l?^gu1ations, ^Ilie' Editor says, in the course of an excellent article. —*' Although we have no objection to the adoption of the new -regulations, yet, we cannot see how a most fertile source of discord and grievance can be remedied* which will spring up thp moment they are enforced. We all know that land is the «njy. bonus the Coutiiry can bold, out for emi grants ; and the certainty of securing the land we might select, was the best feature of the ar rangenaents hitherto subsisting for its distribution. But. if these lands are now put~up to auction, it it is morally impossible Ihat an emigrant, in h?e cases out, ol six, will secure the land - he * may pitch upon, for which his wealth has been squan dered, and his efforts € xpended. Thie settler will have five chances to one over th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

DIED— On Tuesday, after a short but painful illness, deeply-lamented, aged 18, MARIA, third daugh- ter of Richard DRY, Esq. of Elphin, near     Launceston.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

LAiJftCESTON ADVERTISE it. MONDAYS-AUGUST 29th, 1831. On Satufaayiast, the prisoners convicted r at the last Quarter Sessions faer«, and under sentence «f if Bh^portation, were 4-ut on board the government sloop Opossum, to IfBjBOJiveyeoV down the^riwr, w^e«fc4he Isa bella is waiting to receive them* There tfere twelve -males and three females ; and ^ve ^earn, to our great satisfaction, that none of th«m are to Jje_8ent_ to that wretched place* Macqiiarie Harbour. Their destlna- . _ lions are Port Arthur «nd Hobarfc T;wn. We vcanoDl but express our coincidence «rith this Btep ; which, by forming graduated , pleeos of secontJary punistimtnl, has mTini- ? ^ f$stiy fof its object the refornaation, and not — ~~ the7iorttHre-«f prisoners. In tins aspect Colonel A RTHtJRha^ always shewn himself acgtieinted witti tiuiDan uatu«s. His Kxeei \pypy lii-A* nnq.apiSt»)a.aMv_4evige;l * .sy*te»«©l' vdliscfi line, at once satetfaTyV --efficsdious/ and hftmmte. His jnoi& ^fflernrnnefl ap po ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

^_^^-s™_ ? _J T^xiflSffinep^ ? r_; ? 11^ 'rtpO «aH liii;;'foiwt!e&ti.days?'tiaYing-iieBriy :Wot -freight or Passage, apply to ~~^~ ~~~7 ~~- -7WM; WALKINSHAW, Agent. . ._?..__. Far Sydney* 31HE fine, first-cias^rfost-sailing barque foTThis Perl -.in loorleeli days^-^^-44*4»^-ui-caigij_ for ^)d?i-jy, aflordinjr an excellrnijoppoirtutiity to parlies, desirous of gelling good's round. For Freight or Passage, apply to ~~ ~ — ? r-^M^^LKlNSHAW;. Agent. . September 5th, 1831. -MfACKJEETS GIN:, of raost excellent JtJL Quality, to be had at die Mores of 3Wr,_JEjl^CJ^ ^penoeii, Charles-street Launces ion, at 8s. pel r gaUonvibr 'Cash-; inrquautUks of not l«fes than 5 gallons. ? „ — — - The usual supply of spirits and wines, In -juan- ? iiiliisoftiot less than 5 ffallnnss-Jj^riither ^v with T a ^weTTIieTe^l^^ lowest price, for 'Colonial Produce. ' F. S. has also on ?-?«*«*, Superior Manilla Cigars, i^x Nimuoi), and -Fine Snuffs. i iauncestnn, GENB1VAL IOST OFFICE. . . Laijnckston, 16th ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

MiS.CV-ELLAN.fi A. *V-rp undersianH .tfatjgnjf 'two -persons, ^besides ?IlielCwig- «7^^inriti©jn1)ers'0f theCabiiiet^Welre ifigt-*t^l y ifcept, «*p to the ^noinent^b^n i^rd dohn ©tJ-st4Wi«*i$Wi to address XhrHocseof CommoTis *pirTueM-li»y Ha? two persons nHuded 4o-w*re Xofd Jahn liijvsell and Sir Herbert Taylor, wbo4 a5 dl'^iM^'s private S^crrtaryV «*s^tcessai i ly in »€he. conJidence of -tli^'miiiislrju^iwJftOSMJjiNXL. Buckingham Pal vc£.—vWt» understand 4hat t«e ,j-r-^jit plan with respect 4o Buckingham -ftfai^ is, to lei^fbrm»partof a jnejr square, to lhfit binit^n^be site , of the^|-^ivate^al^«♦Jn8.J^her«» iw^iii aTgrpat ^o1)^iit^iif«nT8«T»ftg-*ih-»nt tak ing effect^-u'bi^j shall jiiarfL it in j he hands of ?the iDukr^i^NorrbumJ^ ?^Jmlg-oXlJtatyortion j^yfa looks upon Su Janies* ?Pai^,-;MdlO3e_a^ race ; ?while j he buck front ^ losing to Hie gardens, *vi\l ^form -rue ^.ide of t\w ?.?pioU'Cled square, the-m»J traiu-f to wiiich Would be through the triumphal sn-ch at4he extremity ...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

THE GARDEN. FROM COBBETT'S ENGLISH GARDENER. So!LT^The'~planti; 'ant! trees wbich- grow in a ^ai^^n^jeier^ijkejmost others, the be^»tjipiJLJJiat is to be found ; and the^est1s7~gol)d^at'1uain-ai- th»» top, with a bottom that suffers the wet genily to escape But we must take that uhirh we hap pen to have, avoiding, if we possibly can, a stiff clay or a gravel, not only as a top-soil, but as a bottom-sail also, unless at a very great distance. Oak trees love clay, and the finest of- that sort of timber grows on such, land; but no trees that grow in a garden love clay, and they are still less fond of gravel, which always burns in summer, and which sucks up the moisture., and carries it away out of the reach of the plants. Chalk, if it be too near9 to the top* is not good ; but it is better than clay or gravel ; and by the means of trenching of which I '. sliaU_pjgSj?njlyspeak, I chalky soil may he made i 'a^veryjeood garcteirn for chalk never burns in summer and is never wet J in winte...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

TO THfi EDITOR. Sir— As the Press is the only mediara tjtrougk * which the people can be heard against acts' of op- j ipresslon committed by thV servants of the go vernment, allow me, ttrfWgh .your columns, to put a few words to the aWfhori ties. —The^biii plaint is against a certain poond-keeper^ f«-rt having re fused M give up certain cattle, demanded iinder Jthe ? Bait hotity »f a ^anjin| from the? sheriff |of TalTTJ»^en*8^^Tidi~Tf1n^warrBnlw*srejiqtO him, and his feed tendered, in the pr^stn^^f respectable witnesses. The said pounri&cADer grounds his refusal upon the circnmstance ortne al leged damages not being paid. - The damag^t is ( on tended, is illegal^ and is,^on6equently, fe sisted. 1 wish, ther^fore^ to toiuw, wb^lltee^oi' not a pouiid^keeper's-authprity is superior up. that of the SlieriW^under^ifeif^cW; Wh^fn^i' » !-OUi«u\'^efief^jniP^ ? thf Shei fTs warrant ,— Issued upou a rcplev. Dond, entered into for the t uiyo*e of tryiiig t4m-Me bef«-t»- ihe Supreme Cou...

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TWILIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

TWILIGHT. Come, with thy panple smiles, and bring TcTNalure quiet test? ? ~ — ? — Come, gentle light of eve, anfl H\ ng Tne 1 dew t^emature'a breast. Send to the weary eye repose, ' Andiiappy dreams to night? Anil bid the veil of darkness close ' O*er holy love's de4ight. l^»e row-tree Tiides its fairest flowers Whrlteeve glides gently by, -t And life's most bright and blissful hour* Are hid in mystery. I have a secret— but tis mine-i— No word shall reach thine ear ; -''Tis '-buried- in my i'*^»rCn own shrine, And locked in safety there. ^ ^^ininPlteU my thought -nor shame MjMmaiden witinriear; t^ I will not tell my maidens name, I Nor wh;it I feeil f-»r her. I told it to the silent moon, She kaw my' hoar of bliss— , The tears of joy 1 shed— the boon— The beauty, and tlte kiss. Bow ring's Translation!

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, SEPT. 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

MONDAY, Sept. 5, 1831. The analysis of the Bills now before the LegislatLv* Couacil Jo b« passed into Laws, (which appears in our 2d and 3d pa^es) we .iiwldjiiuiglj^ all bur .- readers, The proposals, for^theH - aiostHjarUwe consider to bejnost judicious and salutary. I To the Warrant-of-Attorney Act we would saggerf the addition of a clause, enact ing that bo warrant of attorney should be ?given until the parties had been examined by | one or the Judges; of which a cerfuVaie should be added to the instrument by the Judge Examiner. A few words will ex plain bur reasons for this suggestion. In -..V-an-Diemen.'j! Und, there arejnany per^ sons who are totally ignorant of the nature of a warrant of attorney ; which ignorance some persons nave at times turned to their own special advant^e and t-ro6t. Such I persons would be warned by the examination I we suggest; and, probably, many a poof 1 man would be s ved from ruin. Such a law would aU'tea still greater check upon ? frandiilen^ww^ii...

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SYDNEY, AUGUST the 13th, 1831. FROM THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

SYDNEY, AVQUST the I3tfa» 1M1. ? ^ttfl-jm&^LQXlTX)JL.^ ? tight Wheat (dirty) per bushel of 46 lb». .fi.t'it' ! Best heavy clean bright ditto, per a*ittoa . ,. 7 '1^

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HOBART TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

HOBART TOVTVi ? ? ?? ?- ?-?:!. j. .p. .; «,? ? ? ? Wheat, ? : 5 9% '9 .'*. , .... i Barley, ? ,5 ? 4/},

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

HOli ART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, September 3. NoTiOB.^TJie .Aboriginal Tribes of this Island7~l- aving^tbrroure— ? time past manifested a less hostile disposition, (he Lieutenant Governortr^t-* that tJjelsetth*re wjll avail thewstlvcB of every opportunity winch way present itst'lf to conciliate them, and tKai tlie innabitai.te generally, will at the pi esent juncture use every possible pre'aution to prevcut any acts of aggressiou ifyou the Nativi-s. by tkeir bprvauts. »u that no obstacle mar ? _J)e throwu m thi- way ti» impede the intercourse which the Go vuramcur irTi^FiHUwiiiig-tuT-pen-iwt4i4lieJMbiyLJijjligJntc^ rior . c ? Ckbtjficates.— Samuel James, ihe younger. 333. Ar*i-. Cbarlei R.bjnson. 253. Lord Hungerford. JoliuTillfj, 282. Chapman. JuliU James 38 Lady Custlereagh Michael Cuitiu, il& do.. Margaret Me Williams. 74. Midas. Tickkts-of-Leave. — William Kjthu 76. Arab. Matthew TeeUof. 73: Bencouli'D. Frederick DavU. 211 Couutews Harcourt, Charles f aimer 76. Atlas Beu...

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"HISS!" HUSH!"—AWFUL SOUNDS." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831

«HISS!' « HUSH !'— AWFUL SOUNDS.' [From Hone's Yeah Book.] About the year 1790, a sturdy veteran, one Peter Priestly, was clerk, sexton, and grave stone cutter, at the beautiful parish church of Wakefietd, in Yorkshire. He was an old, and Very re,spectable inhabitant of that town, cem mendably proud of his various offices, and not at all addicted to superstitious fears ; if he had ever -been so, his long connexion with the repositories __ ___o!_the_dej5arted toad considerably allayed his apV prehensions. — £ — ? . It was on a Saturday evening, in the cheerless season of March, that Peter ^a* lied forth from bis dwelling to finish the epitaph on a stone . which Mas to be in readiness for removal before Sunday. Arrived at the charcti, within which for shelter he had been working, Peter set down his lantern, and lighting his other candle which stood in a ?'jioiato^-cffntflestick, ' he resumed his task. The church clock, had »ome tiiw» struck eleven, and some letters w«r«* «ti||tu»iex«r...

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