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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

£-iip iUails To SYDNEY, per Union, on Monday, 10th instant. To PORTLAND BAY, per WOl Watch, on same day.

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Saturday, October 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

Saturday, October 9th. William Vaughan, — Simmonds and Frederick Hinds were indicted for forgery and uttering. Guilty. Regina v. Knight. In this case Mr. Macdowell who appeared for the prosecutor, stated to the Court, that he did. not intend to offer anv evidence, as an arrangement had been made for settling- the matter out of Court.' Mr. Knight sad come forward in the most handsome manner, and of fered a voluntary, explanation, that h-^»W nut the author of the article— that he did not see it'untH'Sfter the pub' Iication— and that be regretted its appearance, which was perfectly satisfactory to Mr.' Goodwin. Mr. Knight had pleaded to tbe information last sessions. . Mr. Knight wished it to be understood, that the ex planation he had given was not intended as an apology, and was not to be received as such. ' His Honor said it was necessary the jury should be sworn, which being done, 8 verdict .of nol^uiUy was recorded. ' . Robert Ellis, J. Plummer, and G. J. Walker, were dis charged ...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. PROVISIONS. £ S. d' Irish Beef, per tierce ? 7 7 0 Mess Pork, prime Irish, per barrel ..660 Hamburgh ? 4 10 0 Mess Beef (nominal) ? None. Hams ? English, per lb ? 0 1 1 Westphalia ? 0 0 11 Butter ? Irish, perlb ? ? 0 1 3 Dutch ? None. Cheese .... Cheshire, per lb. ? 0 2 0 Gloster ? None. Pine ? , ? . 0 16 . . J)Uteh .iJ.v.v.ivi^.^;-!i^-» '0 8 Herrings. .Red ? 0 0 0 Pickled..; ? 110 Cod . . . v. . Newfoundland ? None. SUGARS. English . . Refined, per lb ? 0 0 10 Manilla . . First quality, per ton .... 20 0 0 Bourbon: ? None. Java ? None. Siam ? None. GRAI3V AND FI.0UK. Rice .... Patmyperbag ? 1 12 0 Java, perlb ? 0 0 14 Carolina ? None. Wheat .... Derweat, per bushel . . . , - Valparaiso ? -? Nominal. Colonial ? ) Barley .....British ? ., ? None, Gate . . .. . .Ditto-. ? None. Oatmeal .. Per 1b. ? 004 Flour .... 1st sort, per 100 lbs.20B.to 110 Sfecond ditto ? 16s. to 0 IS 0 Third ditto ..,..., 16*. K- 0 16 0 American, perbarral .... 1 16 0 Printed and published...

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

THE LAUNCESTOtt COURIER. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1842. The annual general meeting of the proprie tors of the Bank of Australasia, was held in London on the 6th June, We have a report of die proceedings, which show a highly satis factory aud flourishing state of affairs. The following statement of the results of the ber, 1841, was laid before the meeting : — The amount of the reserve of undivided profit at 12th of October. 1840, as shown at the last annual meeting, was £80,293 2 3 To which arc now to be added the pro fits realised both in the colonies and London, to the 1 1 th of October, 1841 after deducting all expenses incurred, and an estimate provision for bad and doubtful debts, amounting to - . - 67,024 17 9 .£147,318 0 0 From which are to be taken the follow ing sums paid to the proprietors, viz.: — April dividend 1841, ou 10,000 shares £16,000 October dividend 1841, on 15,000 shares £24,000 And the bonus of £1 a share paid at October 184I,oii 15,000 shares 15,000 £55,000 0 0 Lea...

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Friday, Oct. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

Friday, Oct. 8th. Charles Nettleton indicted for an 'unnatural offence, Acquitted. ' R. Stacker was indicted for a burglary. Acquitted Peter and John Wilkins, alias Still were indicted for forgery and uttering. Acquitted.

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LAUNCESTON PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED TO OCTOBER 8, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

&AVN0ESTON PRICE CVR!BSKV. CORRECTED TO OCTOBER 8, 1842. Aut : £ s. d. £ t.d. ? Wholesale. SettU, :Mebs Poek— : . £ &. d. £ s.d. ; Prime 'Irish. . .....;..... 4 16 0 5 10 0 Beef— Irish ? ..tieroe 0 O 0 8 8 0 ? HamboroV. ? ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wheat — : per bushel ? 0 6 6 0 7 6 Barley — English ? ' 0 6 6 0 7 6 €ape ? ' 0 6 0 0 6 6 Oats ? ' 0 4 0 0 6 0 Oatmeal ? perlb. 0 0 4 0 0 6 Fiour — 1st sort ? 2.000 lbs. 0 0 0 20 0 O 2nd ? ' 0 0 0 18 0 0 3rd ? ' 0 0 0 lo' 0 0 American in barrel .... Tobacco — Brazil ? , ? per lb: American Negrohead, in duty paid bond ? ,.. ' 0 16 0 3 6 Cigars — Havannah . . . .per 1000 2 10 0 3 0 0 Manilla ? ...,, ' 3 0 0 4 0 0 Bengal........ ' Candles — English moulds, per lb. 0 0 10 0 10 Sperm ? (none) Wax..., ? „ ? , (scarce) . Tea— ? .„ , , Hyson Skin... per chest 7 5 0 8 10 0 Hyson ? perlb. 0 5 0 Bohea ? ' Congou ? ' 7 10 0 9 10 0 Souchong ? ' 12 0 0 14 0 0 Pekoe ? ' 7 10 0 9 0 0 Gunpowder ? per lb. 0 6 0 Hams — English ? lb. 0 0 10 0 12 Westphalia...

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SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SITTINGS. Launceston, Wednesday, October 5th, 1842. Doe Dem. BRYANT v. MASSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

SUPREME COURT,— CIVIL SITTINGS. Launcuton, Wednesday, October 6th, 1842. Doe Dem. irtant t-. massev. This was an action of ejectment, to recover possession of 17 acres of land at Trcfuiis. Plaintiff nonsuifed. ' ClIEESEMAN V, FRAfcEa. This umc an -*-n'nn ixuinct lllK Sheriff for allowing 8 prisoner to escape after being arrested. Verdict for plaintiff. .

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Robert Cown Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

&obart ffioton gripping. September 28.— Arrived the schooner Isabella, from Port Phillip, with 200 sheep. September 28.— Arrived the brig Caroline, from Syd ney, with sundries. September 30.— Sailed tbe brig .Emma, for Sydney, with sundries. October 1 —Sailed the schooner Flying Squirrel, for Port Phillip, with sundries. October 2.— Arrived the schooner Nancy, from Syd ney, with cedar. . October 2.— Arrived' the schooner Far Barbadian, 139 tons, from Batavia 30th July, with sugar, rice, and coffee. October 3 ? Sailed the schooner Adelaide, for New Zealand, with sundries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

Tamar Steam Navigation Company riiHE Annual General Meeting of the Share JL holders will be held at the Steam Packet Tavern, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, when a statement of the affairs of the Company will be submitted, and two Di rectors appointed for the ensuing year, in Jieu of those who retire by rotation. JOSEPH KILNER, Superintendent. Launceston, October 3, 1842. P. X.. SIMDIONOS, British and Foreign Newspaper and Advertisiny Agent, 'T^AKES leave to inform his friends and the * Editors of Newspapers in general, that he has removed his Newspaper Office and Colonial Reading Rooms, to No. 346, Strand London, where he solicits a continuance of their favours. Orders and Advertisements for the English papers, and for Foreign Journals attended to. Every Colonial paper filed for reference. rT\0 LET, for such time as may be agreed on' X the Wharf Premises now in the occupation of James Raven, Esq., who vacates them on or about the 1st November next. Thes...

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Thursday. October 6. GILLES v. PUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

Thursdnn. October 6. C1I.LES V. TVOU. The following gentlemen were impannelled to try this case :— Wm. Williamson, John Morrison, James Kobcrtson, \V. G. Walker, John Perkins, A. Ander son, James Henty, Thomas Walker, E. Dumaresq, F. Spencer, G. M. Eddie, J. H. Campbell. For plaintiff, the Attorney-General, and Messrs. Home and Wai ford, solicitors; for defendant, Mr. Macdowell, and .Messrs Glendowand Henty, solicitors. The Attorney-General stated the case to the jury. Mr. Lewis Wm. Gillqs was plaintiff, and Wm. lluss Pugh defendant. It was an action of trespass on the case, for an alleged libel published by the defendant re specting the plaintiff. The declaration stated in the usual technical terms, that before the publication of the said libel Mr. Gilles was a person of good fame, name, and reputation ; that defendant maliciously intending, minding and conniving to bring plaintiff into public scandal, infamv. and contemnt. composed and published the following false, scandalous, ma...

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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

aaunceston SJiijpiiiB a.Bt. ARRIVALS. October 3.— Schooner Breeze, 29 tons, Jenkins mailer from Port Phillip ; G. & F. Fisher, agents. In ballast. Passengers,— William ChisseU, John Simmonds, Thos. Schofleld. ? '- ? ? October 6 ? Barque Union, loMons.Graingermasler, from Port Phillip; Borradaile & Co., agents. 300 sheep, J. Raven ; 100 ditto Thomson. October 6 ? Schooner Deborah, 121 tons, Wing master, from Sydney; G. & F. Fisher, agents. Passengers, — Mrs. Wing and child. October6.— Barque Bolivar, 386 tons, Fenwick master, from London; H. Dowling, agent. ? Passengers,— Mr. Cairns, Mrs. Cairns, Mrs. Stuart, Mr. Moriarly. Mr. You], Hannah Philip, James Bucks, Robert Williams, Thomas Collyer, Louisa Hattley, Mrs. Bachelor Isabel Johnstone, James Johnstone, William and Christopher Johnstone, Mrs. Town and child. October 6 ? Schooner Bnington, 123 tons, Tulloch, master, from Blackman's Bay to Portland Bay, put into George Town for instructions. October 6 ? Brig ...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

FRO2U THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS1 OFFICE, September 30, 1842. —Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by the Commis sioners appointed1 for that, purpose, upon or imme diately after the 30tb day of November next, on or before whjch day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Arthur Perry, Guildford, Cumberland, 1050 acres, —originally 400 acres, 200 acres, and 100 acres ordered uio George Dixon, and 200 acres and 100 acres to U. Diion, the latter conveyed to the said G. Dixon, who consents to a grant being issued to applicant, in trust for himself and C. Seal.— Bounded on the south by 109 chains westerly alone part of an additional loca tion to Mrs. Jacobina Burns commencing -t the north east ancle of that location on the western bank of the ? K»ver Clyde and extending to the east boundary, of ' another aoditionallocatlon to the aforesaid Mrs. Jacobins Burns, on the west by 78 chains 90 links northerly along the last-mentioned...

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CRIMINAL SIDE. Wednesday, October 5th, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

C1UM1NAL SIDE. Wednetiay, October bth, 1842. Jama Pavelin was indicted for shooting «t Matilda Richmond, with intent to murder. A second count charged the prisoner with shooting at the slid Matilda Richmond with intent to do her some grierous bodily harm. Matilda Richmond deposed — I know the prisoner at the bar, he was in Mr. Richmond's service as an assigned servant. I recollect seeing him at Symonds' Plains, 1 was in my own house in the kitchen, he was four or live yards outside the door. I heard a dog bark, and went to the door and saw the prisoner; he had a gun in hiB hand, and presented it at me the moment [ looked out. 1 had scarcely time to turn into the kitchen' wben 1 heard the report of a piece ; the cook was in the kitchen at the time. After tbe report of the gun, I heard a scuffle outside the kitchen door. Prisoner received a sentence of six months in irons upon leaving our service. Thomas Stephens ? 1 was in the employ of Mr, Richmond as cook on the 26th September j. s...

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THE TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

THE TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1842. ♦Fill habit! are so far from growing weaker Tram repeated ' attempts to overcome them, that if they arc not totally sub. ' clued every struggle increases their strength ; and a habit ' opposed and victorious, is more titan twice as strong as before ' the contest. The niaHncr in which those who are weary of ' their tyranny endeavour to escape from them, appears by the ' event to be generally wrong ; they try to loose their chains, ' mid to retreat by the same degrees as they advanced, but ' before the deliverance can be completed, hnbit is sure to *' throw new chains upon her fugitive. Nor can any hope to ' escape but tliose who, by an effort sudden and violent, burst 11 their shackles at once, and leave her at a distance.' Du. Samuel Johnson. The space occupied by the report of the case Gilles v. Pugh, has Jeft tile Editors of the Advocate but little room for appropriation to the subject of Teetotalism. The Editprs acknowledge the rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

Kottee. JTHHE Launeestott Courier and Teetotal Advo JL vacate will fee published every Monday morning and despatched by that day's post to all parts oftlie country. The terms of Subscription are 6s. 6d. per quarter, or One Pound per annum, if paid in advance. To Advertisers. ALL Advertisements inserted in this Journal ore published gratuitously in the Laun vtetm Advertiser. All Advertisements sent from the Country must be pre-paid, or theyTrill not be attended to. Our Terms for Advertising *re. the same as other Launceston Journals-Hinder twelve lines 3b. 6d:. and 3d. a line for aU.-g.bove twelve, each insertion. Unless .tie number of insertions oe written on the minn^cript, they.will be continued «ntil countermanded, and charged accordingly. |Cg* No. Advertisement, received after four o'clock on Saturday afternoon, can be inserted in the following Monday's publication, and none can be withdrawn after twelve o'clock on the fore going day. To Correspondents. ALL Communications intend...

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THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE ADVANCING, NOT RETROGRADING IN IRELAND. TO the Editor of the Liverpool Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

TJIE TEMEEEAJfCE CAUSE ADVANCING, NOT RETROGRADING IN IRELAND. n tlte Editor of the Liverpool Mercury. ltESFFCTKn Friend,— A short time since I addressed a few lines to thee in answer to the query, ' Is tern- , perance declining in Ireland ?' proving the negative from various facts. Si litre that time. 1 am glad to say, the corroborative proofs that the great cause is not re. trograding, but advancing, have been almost overwhelm ing, in a letter addressed to me lately by Theobald Malhew, he says, ' Be not alarmed— temperance it not retrograding. At this moment 1 am honored by more than seventy pressing invitations from the Roman Ca tholic prelates and clergy to administer the Total Ab stinence pledges in different parts of Ireland.' I have since seen him, (Father IMnthew) and he assured me that he is often annoyed at the reports of the extensive pledge-breaking, but'that when he visits the accused lo cality he is always agreeably disappointed at the stabi lity of the people. 1 have ...

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IRELAND. SIR ROBERT PEEL'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 10 October 1842

IRELAND. SIR ROBERT I-EEL's SPEECH. We cci|iy the following from the. Dublin Morning Register of (he 2.5th April. \Ve confess are were somewliat .'t.trtled when we saw it rcwntly nnnounced in a S|ieech of Sir Robert Peel, ihnl Ti'clolalism vras ou the wane in .Ireland, as far as the fact could be gathered from the state of the revenue. Nn duta were ffiven. but the imnrpssinn rnnvpvpH was. that the Exchequer was uenefiicd by the relapse to former habits of intemperance on the part of the Irish people, and benefited in a very decided and considerable way. The finance accounts for the year ending 6lh January, 1f?32. are now before us. mid they enable us to contrast that yoar with the preceding. .Irish whiskey duty, 1841 ? .£1,032562 Irish whiskey duty. 1842 ? 964,711 Decrease in the latter year... i'67,871 This is what Sir Kobert Peel calls an augmentation of the whiskey revenue of Ireland, and a proof that Tee totalism is on the wane ! Let us compare leetotalism with what it is now, a...

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IS ALE A NUTRITIVE BEVERAGE? [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 24 October 1842

IS ALE A NUTRITIVE BEVERAGE? Many people admit tbat the1 use of spirits is: injurious, :l but think it a great 'Hardship if they cannot take a glass of die: .'They call it nourishing and faney it imparts strength. The following observations on the subject are ex tracted from Mr, Livesey's Temperance Lec ture : — ? ? ? In order to ascertain whether ale is really a nu tritive beverage, let us enquire as to the articles of which it is made. But before we do this, let us understand what is meant by nutrition. I use the term nutritious as another word for a. feeding beverage, applied to any substance, which, when taken into the stomach, can be converted into chyle and blood, and is capable of supporting and increasing: the strength of the human body. It is also important to be borne in mind, by every one who hears this lecture, that the following dis cussion relates simply to the question of nutri ment. Unadulterated ale (and any other sort I shall not condescend to notice) is made from ...

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THE TREE OF DISSIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 24 October 1842

THE TREE OF DISSIPATION. THE sin of drunkenness expels reason, drowns memory, distempers the body, defaces beauty, dimin ishes strength, corrupts the blood, inflames the liver weakens the brain, turns men into walking hospitals, causes internal, external, and incurable wounds, is a witch to the senses, a devil to the soul, a thief to the pocket, the beggar's companion, a wife's woe, and children's sorrow ? make man become a beast, and a self-murderer, who drinks to others' good health, and robs himself of his own 1 THE HOOT OF ALL EVIL IS DRUNKENNESS)!! * Numbka of drunkards lined at the .Police Office, Launeeston, tor the week ending, Saturday, the 22ud instant. Monday, ICth - None: Tuesday, 17th - - - None. Wednesday, 18th - - 3 Thursday, 19th - - - 2 Friday, 20th ... 5 Saturday, 21st . . . 2 Total - - 12 Result of Drunkenness. — The museum of the Ro yal College of surgenns, in Dublin, contains the picture of a man whose face was eaten away by a pig, while he was lying in a state ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 24 October 1842

The first Productions in the World for THE HAIR! THE SKIN!! THE TEETH!!! ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, A VEGETABLE PBODVCTION. nTHE only article that produces and restores 1 HAIR: also WHISKERS, MUSTAS- ' CHIOS, and EYE-RROWS ; prevents Hair from falling off or turning grey to -the latest period of life ; changes grey hair to its original coLonn — frees it from scurf, and makes it beau tifully SOFT, CDELY, and GLOSSY. In dress ing HAIR, it keeps it firm in the curl, uninjured by damp weatlier, crowded rooms, the dance, or in the exercise of riding. To Children, it is invalu* able, as it lays a foundation for a BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR. On Purchasing (BEWARE OF COUNTER FEITS 1!) ask for ' Rowland's Maoassab Oil' — and see that those words are on the en velope, with the Signature and Address, thus — A. ROWLAND & SON, 20. Hatran Garden, London, Counter-signed ALEX. ROWLAND. To ensure the genuine article, see -that the : ? words ' Rowland's Macassar- OtJ,'-are«rigraven on the back of th...

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