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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

float ©fBcc, ftaunettfton. ' Mails are expected to close as follows : — To the Mauritius and Swan River, per Champion, on the 15th September; to England, per Chili, on the 5th instant ; and to England per Samuel Cunahd, on the 6th instant. , A. WnrnnT*. Postmaster.

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To the Editor of the True Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

To the Editor vf the True Coloniit. ? Sin,— Dr. Hois, the' Government Printer and Elitor of the Courier, has done me the favor to insert my auswer to ' SptEtipEDl llKNDisi' — if favor it may be called, whereby his prefatory com ments, and one gencial charge of falsehood, be en deavours to prejudice the public mind— not pro ducing one particle of evidence in proof of his tusertionc; but, Sir, the time ft not far, distant, |ybcn Dr. Ross dare not to insult me thus; and now f will^iye.liim some agreeable information, in return for all his favors; . A general Commission is on, its Sway, to this Colony, to investigate and enquire into the whole Colonial expenditure. 'Thc.Doctor'sDe parbnent ivitl not escape the scrutiny, for t!(e cior Iriunt charges against the Public,' for printing done for the Local Government, have been. placed before the eyes of the Right Honorable Secretary of State for tie Colonies, and, before another salary day shall 'nrrivc, the Doctor ^lljnost probably have fce...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

ftigj) Want at Ununcmon. n. k. h. ». Sunday .... 8 O I Wednesday ,.10 15 Monday .... 8 45 I Thursday ..... II 0 Tuesday ? 9 30 1 Friday ? 11 45 Saturday ........ 12 80 J. R. Bathak, Harbour Master.

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

PROf-LAMAATlOH. WHEREAS, an up „», p,,^ bj ^ mitll I \i. ?' '?'!*, rf o'0 *-8&l'tf*« CoubcII, on the 9th day of July, 1S3O; jntitultd 'A« Act to provide for the further iiutikut]on ^ cou^, ^ ne. quests,, and to citend the J-urUjctiou of nirh Courts.' AND WHEREAS, a MpresectaUnh ^ received by me fiom His Honor We tflritr Juflirc' on the 22nd day of July ulUmo, th.,, tKe said Aat is, in a certain part thereof, repujrna^ to jljc j^ 8 Geo. 4, c. 88. AND WHERE* v, I have brought the -aid Act, together with swh rep^nniH tion as aforesaid, under the review of the caiir fo. gislative Council :— NOW, I do hertby notify aha' proclaim, that upon such review In Council of the said Act, the same was adhered to, aW that, in pursuance of the. provision in that atliaif of (he Act of Parliament in such case made, I hate transmit ted to their Honors the Judges, a written notice of such resolution and adherence; And all OHkcnij Chil and Military, are hereby required to tnkt notice thereof, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

MICHAEL BATES, ?BfinimncopoltBt, Cijtmitt tmM $ruggi*t. BRISBANE STllEET, UDNCESTON, BEGS to intimate to the Public, that lie hut re-, ceived-by die ' Potre*.' an eitensivc supply1 of Chemicals and Drugs — also, of the fulloiviug Potent Medicines, perfumery. Varnishes, Colours, tc., &., &c, Henry's Magnesia James's Powders ? Aromatic Vinegar Diwn's Antibilious Pills Hockin's Seidlitr Vow- Anderson's Pills - dens Hooper's Fills . ? Raspberry ditto Essence of Alustiuid | Dolby's Carminative Dafly's Elixcr . Ching'e Worm Lozenges Simglcton's Ointment : American Soothing Syrup Salt or Lemons , Dutch Drops Scouring Drops Sssence-Pcppeniiint Eau do Cologne Durable Ink Lavender Water ! Tootli Powder & Brushes Windsor Soap : Steer's Opodildoc Naples' ditto Joyce's Percussion Caps Macassar :Oil Cheltenham Salts VA RNISHES,''COLQRS, &c.| Spanish Indigo ' Yellow Ochre Prussian Blue White lead Taint Blue Vcrditcr Olive Green ditto Lamp Black Invisible Green ditto...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

By We Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieute nant Governor of the Island of Van pieman's Land and its pependencies, with the advice of the legislative Council, AN ACT for the general appropriation of the Revenue tor tlic year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-seven. tyHEllEA(S,byt|ieAct or this Island, passed ' ' on the second day of January, One Thou sand Eight Hundred and Thirty-bur, for confirming aud continuing certain duties of customs and duties on Spirits, it was enacted, that the Kvctal duties by that Act imposed (subject to tbe payment of the salaries of the Lieutenant Governor and of tbe ludgcs, as by Law in that behalf provided) thould lie hereafter applied in jiuch manner, and to such purposes, as'by any Act or Acts thereafter punted for the appropriation of the Revenue should be ap pointed -.—AND WHEREAS, it is expedient that nil-other the Colonial Revenue should in like man ner from tiuie to time be appropriated by Legisla* live authority, lie it enacted, by Hit ...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1836. EXTRAORDINARY AND UNPARALLELED OUTRAGE OF TWO POLICE MAGISTRATES UPON A SENTINEL: [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1836. "Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery with security.''   SALLUST.         EXTRAORDINARY AND UNPARALLELED OUTRAGE OF TWO POLICE MAGIS TRATES UPON A SENTINEL!   The whole Colony know that we are not in the habit of censuring the acts of the public authorities without just and sufficient reason, and we know that we very often fail in the proper discharge of our duty, in not laying before the public, acts of abomination; — with a view of giving opportunity for amendment, our pen is frequently laid aside, and we regret exceedingly, that the forbearance is most generally undeserved. No public officer have we spared more than the Police Magistrate, — His youth we have placed in the balance against his inexperience; and his amiable disposition has often operated with us as an antidote to his ill timed lenity — but that feeling we ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

MISCELLANEOUS. Pcre Hsi.iGioN.-i.Onc Chrislinri'%1 Iiis. sphere (however humble thfit sphere '.may be) will tio more leal good therein to tlic cau6c-)f Christianity, ,tlmn a scorcc of Eeriuons lnvaehed, or folio volumes written. in furtherence of its designs and plijccts, licrnusc «uch a man is a living epistle, nnd known of men. Voltaire was p'catly continued in his opinions, hy the dissolute conduct of tlie Clergy by whom he whs frequently surrounded; but ft so lmpppucd, lhat there resided in Iiis vicinity one clergyman, «v)inre life and conversation were in strict 'arenrdutire wi'U the principles and doctrines of the religion wliirh 1 o taught— nnd the instance of this individual c'iciv from Voltaire the acknowledgement,' that this gen tleman's conduct staggered him more than all thn arguments lie had ever heard advanced in support of Christianity. ' ' The Mosque, nt Paris, is well' known as the me lancholy reecpticlc for the bodies of (hose who me found dead in the streets, or i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. 7*0 be sold by Public Auction, MR. J, C. UNDERWOOD, At his Rooms, Charlcs-strcet, on Saturday next, tlic 10th Inst.,, at One o'clock precisely, fur the benefit of' those concerned, ipOUR dozen and 11 worsted buff gloves ? *? 8 dozen German ditto ' ITS pairs duck trowscrs SI pieces 9-8t.li printed tnutlins 1 ditto stout duck fi ditto cotton check 1 ditto drab bcvcrtccn ' i dozen white cotton braces More or less damaged. ?TebM6 — 'Xash.' ?. ... To be Sold by Public Auction, MR. J. C. UKTUERWOOD, a At tltt Freemason's Tavem- an T/iuredat/, Ac 8th Sept., at II o'clock piccisriy, under distraint for rent, unless the tame brjtreviomly nettled, a' HE whole of tlic Sloek-in-Tradc and House hold Furniture, consisting of ? IVincs Spirits Porter Measures Chairs , Tables' ? ' ' ScdstcatK Beds, and Bedding Sofas, &c. TEU1IS-CASH. 'f« be Hold by Public Auction, BY MR. JAMES HII.I., Al the King 'a Wharf, l,ai-nct»lont. .on Monday, tho, 5lh Seplcmber n»t, at 1 o'clock: pre...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

' ' ? ; '? ' ENGLISH EXTBACTS. . ViCLxGHNEiutmEs.— Vngue generalises enm prchend a numerous class of facilities retorted to by tliasc. tvho, in preference to the determinate cl ?iresaon which they might use, adopt others more vague and indeterminate. Take for instance, the icrau G wernment Laws, Sl-nalsi Religion. Every indy will admit, that there are in the World bad jgqvernmcjiU, bad Jatvs, bad morals, and badieli. jfipns. The bare circumstance, therefore, of being engageil in cvjwsing the defect* of government, law, juorals, and religion, does not itself ft (Told tile slightest presumption that a writer is engaged. in wnjthing blameablc. If his attack is only directed againrt that which is bad in each, his efforts may ,be productive of good to any client This essential distinction, however, the defender of abuses uni formly takes care to keep out of eight ; and baldly impute* to his antagonist, an intention to subvert all .government, law, morels and religion. - Propose anything ...

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A LEGISLATOR'S LIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

f AXBGISLtTOn-'StlKS.. We copy A' Allowing .fabrication from tlic L.reircT Swkpibd of JPebruary..,«,, ISSB, It .fcnoedleisforustofaycroiyaaicrjionniade is— A lie, an odious danined lie.— ' ' . U1Mnmy soul oUe^-awioKcd- lie. ' ?..?;;: , It be mty that tho name of this Legislator was not Ijjven, » that lie might reap the rqwmji Jic so richly 'Joervef from his fellow-Colonists— of coui*e,.CTery due of the fourteen automaton tools, will .deny tlic authorship:— . ?'???'?. ?.?.?-.?;? ??We have private letters and- papers from' Van Pirmen'f Land. to the 8rd ; October. \fThc 'Colony, ire are' happy to state, ontbeautlioritypfonccf the most respectable nndjnOu'cntial settlers, who is also ? Member of tiw Legislative -Council, is in a very prosperous and. flourishing condition.. The follow^ ing extracts arc taken f 10m tlic letter of tlie gentle mu «c have alluded to : — i ' * ff T ?'?Our intercourse witli-Iaver^ooUs onifie'W create, and I have lent my feeble aid . to ..promote it i_aot for t...

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THE NEW COLONIAL MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

THE NEW COLONIAL MINISTER. fiur Colonial empire extends over some forty eom ?JEsin different parts of the world, of different ?i^and-taiujuages,' having *acb of them peculiar SiSonii fibW* J interests: . A. florttarof these ?'SrJL.i^Mii Coionhs. which BMe local fir-. Xmattcrs, but suoject always tb tt» 'yOTo'of the STcouncil. and to acbot the BritUVTarlia 3 The othere^Cnovn. Colbnms-JhW* no Sinihe management of their own ?flairs: all JEfon whichrtey have toobcy arc made; .rther K British Parliament, or by «*-= *»* » ««»- A having authority froln Parliament for that pur. Si. and all the persons who administer' those CanpP^ted*'^''0^16'?*' '/the S Mbywrsons whom the King has unpointed Say remove. At no time, however, ,*d the flriUABftrliaiiientorthe King in Council, except ™jlt Slavery .question, or when « colony seemed ripTfor rebelUod, trouble themselves »«?* ?-'-»'» fteColonies. Tlieir attention being absorded with JSmertic affairs, they have delegated their |»wer over tte Colonies...

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LAUDATORY ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

LAUDATORY ADDRESS. (FROM TRE COLONIST.] We find that the addkessikg inspiration has extended from public officers and private sycophants, resident in the Colony, to tlie former inhabitants, who had fled to the Sister Colony from tlie influcucc of Colonel Arthur's ' paternal system,' and its con comitant, ' prosperity.' The following ' Address' to His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, we copy from a late number of the Australian. It has one quality which docs not belong to the IV ing ad dressers. There is not one man in the Colony who will dare to come forward and peril his character on disproving one of its assertions, or on stripping His Excellency or one or the highly. to-be-admired qualities with which Multituso has invested him. We recommend the following charactci of Colonel Arthur, as a specimen of the qualities which are requisite in a Governor, to bring a Colony to that state of *? prosperity' and ' happiness,' iu which Colonel Arthur leaves this Island— tlmt is, without foo...

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To the Editor. ENGLAND EXPECTS THAT EVERY MAN TO-DAY WILL DO HIS DUTY." [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

Co tiic 3£tJitor. Etcukd expects that every mak to-day will do his duty.' Which five letters resemble the production of our worthy Chief Police Magistrate in the Advertibbr or this week? Cant you cucss P— FUDGE. Why is tub Police Magistrate of Launceston like an unruly horse ? He has exceeded his hounds, and must be curbed. Why is a certain J. P. like parchment t He's made for the writer. Why is the Police Magistrate like a true, peni tent P : He's about to make a Frank confession! Why is the Editor of the Cohnwau Chconicle like Paddy's Untlicrn? He tlaows a light on the subject. his North ? Stab. mark. In the impounding advertisement in our lack page, there is an omission of one horse. Tlie adver tisement trill \k found correct elsewhere.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

Corn flJfarktt. Wheat maintains last week's quotations— 7s. to ?*. Si. per busliel j Barley 6s. and OaUfrom 4s. fid. to 5s ; Potatoes are abundant, find saleable at from iBto£41wrton. First Flour 28s. seconds 20s. per 100 lbs. ? Wheat per bushel, is. 6d. i oats none; barley do. Gs. to 7s. ; buy per too, £5 IS*, to £7; straw do £2 16s. to £8 5s ; firewood do. 10s. to lls. - potatoes do. £ 8 10s. to £8 15«. s onions per cwt 10s. to 16s ? CooBisa, Sept 9. The price of wheat is1 about the same as last week, the average about Gs. { barley and oats are a little on the rise.— Tabiianian, Sept. 9. The corn market is looking up, but we can make no alteration in its quotations.— Colonist, Sept. 9. The indui of foreign wheat has had considerable effect on our market —one large quantity of Daul iriu has been sold to Mr, Walker at 5s. the bushel, with 6 months credit Good Colonial wheat may be reckoned fully worth 6s. 6d.,and as the last quo tation of our wheat at Sydney is 9s., it is probable t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

To the Editor op this Ladnceston Advertiser. Sir — A shameful und infamous libel havinghcen published in the ?? Cokmwall Chuonicle' of the 3d September, in which my conduct and motives have been most falsely and maliciously impugned, 1 beg to slBtc, that us I have taken steps to bring the same immediately before a Court of Lrw, I con sider it unfair lo 'make any remarks upon the matter, lam Sir, your obedient servant, Joun Clauk. Zaunccston, 7th Sept., 18SG, (We think so too ? Ed. CunoN.J

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

?pjjHSce' of tl)t iftooii New Moon— lltli Sept.— 88jn!ts. past 10 rooming. I |^~ I Day IDayllengtlii Day liquation Sept.'? P£l light light} of Hcerca! of. I |bcgins)cuds| day | «*. ) time. lafsifn raSTdii ite set »* ;

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

.' fcigi) SSnttr at Jtauuctfiton. H. It. H. W. Sunday .... 1 15 1 Wednesday ..8 50 JlonJay.... 2 0 } Thursday ? 4 IB Tuesday.... 2 45 Friday ? 5 0 Saturday ? S 45 ? It is said that Mr. Arundcl Wrighte, the Post Master, is aliout resigning his bcrtli, to go to Port 1'liillip. If suck is his intention, we linjie that be will not put his plans into effect until the anival of the next Governor. We wish all public appoint ments to emanate from him !— and no changes to take place until BB has all opportunity of ascertain ing the fashion of the present very admirable * sys tem.' This resignation of Mr. Wrigbtc's cannot be a boeb !

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Co the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

QEo tljc lEbitor. Sir— I have just read your rem&vks upon tlie eon. duct of the Magistrates, in occasioning much un easiness, delay, and inconvenience to the public, on the day of granting public licenses. I at once admit the THCrn of your statement, and allow, the system hitherto Adopted is open to inijirovcnjcnt— for instance, *lie Magistrates could assemble -in u nrcviniifi dnv anA ntnm% nc »n ?!.« ...» prictyof granting ,or refusing licenses to the difle rcnt applicants; and by that means be in readiness ftrrccciving the sureties at the time the people arc called togcUicr, thereby saving niuch time, which is of value to a trading community; yet I think it but fair to state, that on tiic day alluded to, the Clmimiunor the ,ScMiions, teeing dclny was inevi table, caused a notice lo be |msted U|»n the Court Uouscdoor.at } Jiast lo o'clock, that iliel'ulilicans' sureties would not be required until 2 o'clock, and 1 am sure you will agree with me, that that Gentle. Ilinli, ei...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 September 1836

Co tiie sJEDitor. Sir,— I understand that 3s. 6d. per ton wharfage is charged at Launcctton, upon Coals, which it certainly an exorbitant demand for merely passing the Coals across the Wharf, as none are permitted to be laid upon it. Fuel, as well as all kinds of provisions, ere far too dear in this place, and must be severely felt hy the poor and needy— and this charge upon landing Coal, is a direct tax, wlncn must lie paid By tie consumer. Our Legislators have done much to impoverish the great mass of the people and enrich themselves, and as Launceston is not allowed to send even one'Mcmber to Council, and we have not a man from this side the Colony who can, or dare, raise his voice in the Star Chamber against this, or any other of the many evils we at present labour under, I suppose we must grin and bear them all, until a change is effected under a new administra tion. I am, Sir, jour's, &c, X. T. Z. Launceston, Sept. 1, 1886. Died at Perth, Ensign C. Alexander, late of t...

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