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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1831. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCEST0N, SEPTKMBEU 5lb, 1831. * 'AHHrniO — ? -— ? On Tuesday, the schooner Resolution, Lancey, mgKtiu'j frnm* Sydney, wjtii a general cargo, con«-. j signed to Messrs. Wiiliams, Lancey, a;.d to orderv— — ? j — On Friday, tbe Schimpper, from Syduey, with a general cargo. S All ED. 'On Friday, the barque Tnomas Laurie, Lt. Lan^ don, U.N. commander, lor London, with 483 bales ^f-woplji^lOjl tons oi' Mini «»sa l^ark, 71 bags oi wheat, lacafeteTof hides and sundries. Passengers— Mrs. dud Miss Langdon, Miss K. Evans, Messrs. Russell, ''PeTceyi^nd-^Fhoinas,- ? ? : ? Remaining— Baiquc Nimrod, brigs Britannia and Celia, Schooners Resolution, Farewell, Schuapper, and Henry. ' HOBART TOWN±^EPTBiMBER 3, 1831. AKUIVEI). '' On Friday, the David Owen, from Launceston. sailed. ? Cn Saturday, the barque Nereus, for Sydney, with part of her import cargo. .
A MORALITY ON CHESS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
A MOIULITY ON CHESS, &v Pope Innocent, ^hjs r^worW is neaily like a. Chess Bqard3vT which ithe^points are alternaieJy wJijte^nd blacky figuring the double state of life and death, grace and sin. The families of the Chess-Vard are like roan kind; they ail come ^.ut ^f^ne^Jra^, and are placed in different stations. They have different appellations ; one is called king, another queen, [ ' the third rook, the fourth kiiigKt, the fifth alphtn,: 1 the sixth pawn. . I The condition of the game is, that one ^ piece I takes another ; and, when the game is finished, I 1 they are all deposited together, like man, in the I same place. There is not any difference between the king and the poor pawn : and it often hap. seas that, wh-»n thrown promiscuously into jhn J Dag^ the king lies at the^ bottom^J. as some of the great will find themselves, after theirtransitfronr this world to the next. The king goes into* all the circumjacent places, ', ? and_takes every thing in a direct line : whi...
THE BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
THJEJBA^KS. '^iTe^ro1^W^BIr^y^t«m4ia^^ fel^, and, are genira^.acknowiedged. We fpa - dav after 3ay''property:'--^omlni.-id^lirliafeiii*t|' and persons incarcerated^ througlian .itopf-iivitt«tirc ?use of the facilities of .raising money en accemmo datum paper. Tin? merchants are cramped 4fl their speculations, the farmers crop is devoarein-efon» H is raised,; and. the .Colony genwally is in^uch ;a state,, chart; -nothing seems more certain than a 5peedj Yinaticial a-risisr^^rhere cirn be *but one cause for this; and that is the wretched abuse of the 'Bill system, which 'has been carried oil to a ' greater length in Van Diemen'« Land than in any — country in the world we -ever beard of. 'Not ©nly ? ?????? ,-*? ?do we find .the effects dNhe^ressure. of the tiroes ietfr-by individuals and particular classes of~tlre jzzzz^WniffluimtySfit^p^y^i^jhe parlies themselves injured, Jjutverery pers^n^^moW^Fless attec^F ? — fe^-tfe«-«jpa4»m, — Xhfcfflofit-sound.man of business iu the Colony is li...
THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
TO COLONIES. Written fer Ike JuktrareEsroir Advertiser. NOTH1 NG^TTzTOOfezdlH3^ than to be compeiied to harp upon an -utfrp&Hisatt*- 7 subject— rioihing. further from our desire than to i\u(\ fault. Weil aware that the task is easy to ~ deT*^~Frrors^)ut-^ffic^4i^Q-j^iei^^ should, did. we only study our own feelings and convenience, n^ver touch, upon (he ground of po litic i discussion. -Politics are at best but a dry subject to write upon 'with impartiality7; and a very miscliinvous one ii' mac!« the medium oi partv. Weil iudeetl .-}i-5 The j-h**4^y IVat *v'part-y- ts^^^m^^^^-^)iLi«iLnxJjlLJ]-- gain of a few '— it can answer no gmtd eJrdT-Tnrd-inay be produc ever, a misfortune, thatTofl' -account of the weak ness of fttimati judgment, and the proneness to error of the mind, it is scarcely possible for any man to be impartial in politics. The judgment is so soon overcome by the feelings, circumstances so much give tht?~f.oiie to sentiment, and prejudice so' powerfully influen...
ANALYSIS OF THE ACTS TO BE LAID BEFORE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (No. 1) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
Court tvitfctit 14 Tiays -^ftf»r-*jc«jxut»oii, with -an ?afiul.rvt «t-f -('tie -wines of execution) or dialPb'e *void, amd l&at ?'?v-t y ^efeHfriiiee imd-rondki-ni to whk*h aiiy suctfrWarrattt of Attorney or C ague* it is subject, shall be written on the-same paper thetvwirti, or 'tliat sttrih Warrant of Attorney, or Cognovit Khali be, void. $,— That^n.jajpha'bettcal Hst of the Warrants ?of Attorney, and Cognovitvfitt'd, wumjjered in «- ^uiax_sj|(iCK8sio©.gh?ili.5be entered in a book to fce £efi I by tlie vllegist rair oTTEe 5u~pretiifrfCo*rt , ac cdttiirtg to a form given in a schedule, and ihat -such book may ibe searched and inspected by aft persons at fceaspnabte times. -3. — The 4&ig.istrar to be entitled to a' fee of — for filing and entering such Warrants rot Attorney ttnd Cpgnovits,_and to a fee of — ? for every -searcr! against any one person ^ and anjMgnerson may have JU3L office copy of such Warrant^oT~KloTnFy^r ;::===i^r^£pjfOOTflt^p^y iiig for the same a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 September 1831
AUSTKAUAN M^A ftlN E A SUKA*£E C JM P \ NT* '?'?'?? COKVUiik»~Of - : .^_r SDMEjOP tSJfr^OST HfiMECTABLB AND WEALTHY i-ttAJiJTANTS_ ? «©F;NJiW SOUTulA^AUttS* CM1HE following Gentlemen were elected * Directors and. Auditors, IjiTrlfeetitig beld at the resident*- of Koblkt CAmpbell, Juu. I Esq., SjdriejN, on W^dn^s^ay , the 27th Juoe lii*.t ; Messrs. 1 Lamp, ' .- - Messrs. .McLaren, ~Tetuiy, - — ? Walker, War-dell, ~WenTWUIETH; ? . AUDITORS- Messrs. Gardiner, MoNTEFionE,«nd Ryder. THOMAS SMITH, Secretary, (of the firm «f Smith Brothers,) ? THE ONDERS1&N ED begs to notify to the Pub lic, that lie has been appointed AGENT to the above tovAl»ibte_JU»stotioii, at LAlJNCESTON^nd herewith an ueitestt Scale oi' premiums ibriheiiifor-^ mnxion of the Public. T. WILLIAMS, Agent to the Company. I Launceston, j 23rd August, 1331. j SCALE OF PREMIUMS, Free of i¥»rRisk. -3uineas percent. To and from United Kingdom ............ 2| to 3ft New Zealand, per month (to re turn 17s. 6d. per eejjt. ...
To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
To the Ed no it. Sir— H^Wto I'havezspoken ns^n Colonist,- -ge-~ ?aer.aWyY Tlivw ptrrpese sppaii'm^of kaimce«t--i- in particular/ i^uUs^ Urat ever ^inc-Mwe hase-^-rJ a press i« thistowji, thelot-al eau*e has ? b^^olkupUbefore the authorities. Many strong facts have Iseeujbrought forward, at times, 'by botH iouMials: wfeiciu however different they may be in a political point of vie-w, I rejdke^o observe have desisted from all editorial discussion aud now tre*t each other with^gentleman-like courtesy. -Bat, as I have said before, unfortu nately, the Lieutenant Governor pays but little ftiteTitioti-^to-the Press; which is one of the points on which I think his Excellency h very badly advised. When, however, it is considered ^3fraT^riTirint|^y^fl^^ _-has_no±i_jieretofore, always observed TliaTtiiretrr becoming conduct which -Colonel Arthur, as an officer and a gentleman, was entitled to receive at the hands of the^onductors,Xiri^FSP^c^^»y erroneous measures which he might have adopted as...
THE IMPOUNDING LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
^HHMMPOUNDING LAWS. We have received several communications on Hl£_suhjecl of the Impounding La^ws, to whirh vet* tiave refused insertion^ because we saw thai the c ' ' - * - - disputes all originated in a mistake, and thought it most proper not to allow our journal to be made the medium of a controversy founded in error To prevent disputes of this kind in future, as much as may be possible, we take the opportu nity of re-publishing an extract from the 30th clause of the Act in Council, dated 13th March, 1830, entituled ' An Act to regulate the Im pounding o\ Animal for Trespass, and for other purposes relating thereto^4 which ^t-constiWes ? the Impounding Laws now in operation. The clause alluded to enacts 'that if any animal shall be found in any .pnblicjBtreet or place of or m Uobart Town or Launceston, not being under 'tfienmm^iaTe''ca-e,'''pfotept1ofr, or contron!~nf' some competeirt person, the same may be seized and taken to, and impounded in, the nearest Pub' lie Pound, by a...
THE GARDEN. FROM COBBETT'S ENGLISH GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
xni g#&den. ^^ROiH^COBB&TtfVKNOI.l^H GARDENED. as roach wall facing the souih [noTih in VrH.liJ as you possibly caiv have^ wUhout^neurruLg m conVeniences which woiilc1 attend a l#ag narrow slip, At least it is -deMrabiaitodiaVe a gtood^orr tion -if ^wall facing j« that direction. It tfie gar den be already formed, you must keep what You rn ve^-but if you have to_choos*-, ltjougjit to fre wider from east to west than fromtiorTfiTto souttr. an omong square « im- pt1 , £ 7 — mend a garden to be walled in, in the first place, and then surrounded with a hedge, llie^jmxn sions-wMiin the walls 1 recommend to be .(casiing away a trifling fraction) two hundred and. tilteen feet long, and one hundred and thirtv^two-teet wide; thirteen rods long, at sixteen feet and a half to the rod, mid eiitfit rods wide, the area being one hundred audJiwir square rods ; sixteen rods-skoijt of_ijhree quarters ot an acre. The walls would UeTTialf tliToww away, an point of horticultural utility...
NEW REGULATIONS.—SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
'NEW REGULATIONS.^SALE OF 'LAND. ?It may, perhaps, be of little use for us to offer ? any further- r«mai*ks upon; this subject, tlwin have already- appeared in (his journal; but as ihere-is a possibility of something being done during the present session -of the Legislative Council, we cannot resist the impulse we feel for .bringing this jjinportanir matter under the notice of that body.' It is evident that the Council does not shrink from ? M I'M I* sti^tcjL^oluJirjftrogaUve, in casgs .whe re they .consider expediency demands a departure from '-orders from home/' and w-e would, there fore, submit the outline of a Bill, intituled, ** Ao Act for remedying certain defects in the Land Regulations, and*to provu're. .for the future loca tion of waste lands in Van Diemeh's Land, and 4ts . dependencies.' .It should retite, all the ?fallias—Jabsurditie?r— singularities— perple-Kitieij & abominations of all .and fiingtilaT the codes of jL&nd Regulations ; and especially those...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
; ? l__. --ilSafcJSgdne&zirTr: _. fjt© «ail in fourteen -^layfi,' -inving raafly A tji« whole J»f:^i8r^car^o engaged, the 'fin*, fast-sailing, firsttclahs tbrig ** BRITANNIA,' for J?f eightor Passage apply to ? ^SeytemiierStH, 18?i. Tor Sydney* TflnHE 'fine, first class, fast-sailing barque iL FUIN CH A L* burthen 2QQ taiisr.*AME$ Dalgauno X)QmnnincT(Hr, will leuAreHobart Town for this Port in fourteen .day s» and tak« in cargo for £y -i u**y, aff»-« dine »« excelltuil opportunity to panics desirous of ^«tiin^-g;ood^ round* ? k JFor .Freight 6M--4-assaflP, Ppplj *» ? - ? ? \^^WALKl6JSHAWi Agent :S^tember^th,^831. ~~' : X OS l\ on Monday last, a NOTE OF M-J HAN D, drawn by M r. Fletcher, of 4the Lake Biwr, for £17. 10s. Ttoe payment has been stopped at the Bank ; the Note will be of no use to arty person but the Owtiec ROBERT MAILER. 'Xftuiicestbft, 9th Septr., 1831. - IFOOND on Mr. Griffiths* Farm, River I Tamar.-A SILVER CUP, The: Owner, on forwarding a correct description,...
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, SEPT. 12, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
__JLAU1VC-ESVON ADrtiUTltiEtt. ? :-'—3Hr0.NDaL'Y7«E.PT. 12,-1831. ....__.^.C|inB-dLthe pj-inoipal topics -of coovorsa iien during 4he pust week has been a **cir -cular w said to have been received by (he Di rectors of the Cornwall Bank from the Colo nial Secretary,, requesting, according to the best accounts we have,*** detailed information .respecting the constitution, regulations, ca pital and resources of the severai Banking EgtabTishineots at present existing -ia^6i8'Co^ lonyV' for the British Government. Thej circular, we understand, then goes on to (he effect, thai it is probable His Majesty*s Go vernment may deem U expedient to transfer to the several Banks the sums which are now ? 'deposhed^n ihe^ilitary chest,~aiid therefore i request fall details as to the nature and ? extent ?.*£ the securities the Banks may feel ; disposed to offer for such deposits as may be _p!*ced_in their hands by the Crown — also, whether any greater benefits or accommoda lion would be given to the ...
HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
HO BART TOWN GAZETTE, ? ? Saturday, ^EprEMBait 10. Notice. — His Majesty's instructions no longer admitting of the dis posal of Lands in this Colony otherwise than by pub chaSe. His Excellency I lie Lieu tenant Governor has directed it to be noiiiieH. to all person- who iiave not received auswera to'their applioa4;ons lor Grants, that as soon as the Regula tions fob the Sale of Land, .agreeably to The Kino's Instructions, shall be completed, they will be published for general information. Certificates.— Sarab Drutnmelt. 38. Motley. Richard Beaifds, Oce^n Tickets-of-Lkave.— Francis Wnght, 816. Asia 3) William -Crossland. 551. Commodore Hayes. John Collies. 401. Mal» Ur. Daniel Withey. 469, Morlej. UenrjEUis, 126. do. -
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1831. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - lAUNCBSTONy^Ef^miB&R-4athr483lH, ? 1 ~ ? ^SAILED. ?''''? On Tuesday., the Resolution, J: H, Lancey, for Sydney, with wheat. Same day, the Henry, for the Straits. On Friday, the brig CELI^, Captain Christie, for Sydney, with 10,000 bushels of wfaeatr504jag*-of7 ? flour j 25 bales of wool, 400 kangaroo skins, 1 bale of opossum skins, 18 casks of salt, 1 ton ot potatoes, from Ihis port : andT87 cases ofTireTciiaiidize and-lTpipe-of ? braudy^irtoi her cargo from Hobart Town. Ship pers—Reid, Wa'lkinshaw, Lord, ^Thomas, Solomon. Passengers— Miss M. Hutchinson and Mrs. Betts. H08AHT TOWN, SEPTEMBER 10, l§3h -BAILED,. . ^ . 7 On Sunday, thteliip i-«ummore, Capt Petrie, for Sydney, with part, of her import cargo, and 2^9 bushels of wheat, 10 tons of potatoes, 4 cases of ap parel, 1 case of books, and 3 cases of cottons. . - On Tuesday, the barque Mary Ann, Capt. Jack*, for Sydney, with part of lier import cargo, aad 421 iushels-andJ84J&ag»J-ljrficatJf...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
for th*1 time on individuals. Th«^ coftier system, though at_ a certain stage contributing- to the happiness of those who pursue it, has still it :«trdh^'.Jiiird£fiiiyl»-;CTParTEra snbdrviMou of land. tlH at the last it -becomes' tod smairip supjiorttiiii occupant.' The view which the Committee hove thus talc-eft of the increasing wealth of Ireland is fully con firmed by considering the state of her commerce. In Sir Charles VV hit worth's Tables, the exports of all Ireland to Great Britain, during the seven years from 1723 to 1729, amounted in value to £2, 307 .71%— U* 4-8a9,-tii£LjBJ4-DJi.s__ff om t he_sin gle port of Waterlog reached £2,1 4 & 934...; .a sum le-s by £170,000 only than the whole trade of I relaird 1b r sev en y ears, «-centwy-pre v iou S I y , At present there exists in Ireland but one bank -issuing paper; atuljhere prevails on the subject of the currency, (asTtaTed in evidence,) a feel ing ol great satisfaction., aod .entire .confidence. The rate of. intere...
COLONIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831
COLONIAL P^l^X'L We rejoice at finding that the new ministers, ~ finglaflftin tne Reform question, are inc3medto entertaiu ne w feedings with regard to the colonies. ^ej|£y new feelings, because, in times past, the -whole system of British Colonial policy has been &o decidedly at variance with every thing last and tMMen&ble—and has evinced such a total absence 4f liberality, from beginning to end—from the J| men can Plantations to Swan River — that any €hing lrk*va ^t«f« #f liberal sentiment, necessa^ AlptMttrks tbe commencement of a new era. Our ?pinions^rpspecting Canada are already too well known to oar readers to require repetition ; but that Tpfovincelpa Brttistrroion^fOTd,- thereforer 'whatever affects it rn a general way, we may reasonably anticipate will affect a-. In a pecuniary point of view, we consider that Canada lias always been most partially cherished— but, politically, she has been aity thing but toe well used. This truth it appears is now made appar...