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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

tt-ierod Ids irUbnabaa U HBt CeSmuZon \n bids, as Justice rfthe Peatejfer^he Territory of . Fan DiemenV iand, His Jicellency the Ueute- . Dant Governorfau been pleajed_tojccept the same. tTfte1»Sa»»obV-ronvfiie tofWHStf. ' ' .. rrmC'tiiufmit Covgroor.US bi?6 jie^lo' 1, , BMSlnT HOgt SMS, Bq.'i to £Be «lwlf ' ' Orotffi SeiicI^W.. _ ! ???? ' -t r'-'- ? ' ' TpB£ti»ut-iaani-lovenBor 6ft »ieen ,HSiea «*ct X *pboi6tMr. W\ H. GlovrV.-W^iWofffie CoirtWaemiMUjHoTiartTbwn; - - - lriterfaI«»v):'mieOII«,a8fSSrpt,iel&. ' jftEBPJS «f HJnint .jn&vS^rf tbe» iodiyjdHahv M-r wioSe names are oereunder mentioned, .mto nl-w KgSj',m.beji*!S»u?4.# paymentiof the amount du«llie?eoniotl7e.f2p-wjj,.. ,.w,, ,, UKBS,OJB»-ITEI-. ^►fiS. W^ffl',;.. i iv **0 iiunty of Devon. George jDamvr^hl1)' ? . :. .v^ii',.* w* a,»(Mi^ -?-«/Jb--»* f »S9 CountyorCumbelanl ?^PMl'POlt,, J sjHji: Jt,... .-.??? §uAi$X^a ^ii!pSi(n'jlflH:Je!»risii; Roderick O'Connor 9000. Tjc/n^JPftrjiJi. :v ,. ? ? J. H. Modub, Cole to...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. October 7, 1886. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 204. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

PROM THE GAZETTE. - October 7, 18B6. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Wo. 20». . ' Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. S9, J886V rpBE Commissioner of the Court of Requests, * bolden at Hobart Town, haling, in pursuance of this 10th section of the Act 6r Council of the 7th . William 4th, No. 1, settled the following forms of : process, and mien of practice for the conduct of business in the several cutting Courts of Requests, :.i and also appointed the fees hereinafter enumciabil to be taken therein, for the employment of Solici tor* or Agents, and the sums to be allowed for the expenses of.witncua; and the said forms, rules, I fee*, 4c, having been this day. received by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, and approved by oneof their Honors, the Judges of the Supreme Court, are, in accordance with the provision in the nid recited 10th section, published for gsneral w formation. . .' - . By command of the lieutenant Governor, \ John Montagu, Colonial Secretary. , 1— That the office of the Regist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

TOOK Sale at the Stores of the Unaersigiea, -?- Abibun, the foUowiiig choice sdettio WINES, receded fioinone of the first House London : — Claret inS-doKn cases Port ' -» ... Sherry tin 8-duen cases Brouti Madeira J - ... .... Also, fax Bolt?*, loan, and JofrV Ddnwou P«le aiid Mown Brandy in hbds. Britisu Sheet vTthdbw-OUiss 'Prime Irish Poik, and Sydw!fU«F. ? ???:?- ? V..' , EDDIE, VEtSH & 0 Oct. 1, 1886. - ;. S3 'ARABIAN,' AND on Sale bytiie Undersigned, tie folio*. GOODS, vir.— Cord and moleskin stops Striped and regatta shirts Hawes's spap in bones of 261bi. Superior port wine in pipe» Taylor's and Elliott's stout in bids. . Paint ptl, Turpentine , Window glass, all sizes Whale line Mcraei dealt Elegant Stanhopes Accordant, and a ntriety of fancy goudi. HENTI & C- Cimitiere-street, Oct. 1, IBl*. rPHE Dafen&oJ, have received per Aux * the folunttng GOODS, which kc for Sal, tBdrS*ww,;J& Johh-rtreet:— v*ry superior ,«oc.l packs «ad bagging Small fig ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

r« be Sold % Public Auction. J g? MR. *. A. EDDIE, V Taut In St. John-street, on Monday tbe 17tb ri P.^lo'clockprecisely. ' ?-. ?.;„!. used to Town feed. ? '' . Al*-, :r ? ' Sii»eirer»and«ii*teeis .„.. ^'--r . x A hone cart/nearly new. ^ _ IRKING BULLOCKS, &C. To be Sold by Public Auction, « BY MR- J. A. EDDIE, ] § Yards, in St. JohjMtreet, on MONDAY 17th inrt-i »t I «™«* preciKljf, in ad- V i to the' Stock already advertised, ; , , pain *f very superior WORKING BUL- R ICK8,: and three Bullock Carte ; also, a f ^mM^miit known at th^ time of tale. °' 'flniotmtntin fitorjjt-istfwt, w Adjoining the Public. I'yvnd. ^ [o be Sold by Public Auction, ^ BY MR. UNDERWOOD, y }„ WEDNESDAY, the 19th Instant, .«*;One' tt - ... , -VOUck precisely I— - -^v«_. i'- ?^'?) -H riSE Allotment cf BUILDING. GfipWP. „ ml with a frontage of CO feet to George4-lfeet, : ? Kaioihlog the PuhlicPound and Mr, Jordan's, and ™ tactile ISO fa*- ?; . , ?-?-; ? ? ?' I Tib««— 20 pet cent, deposit, and tlie remai...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1836. "Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery   with security."   SALLUST.                 The Lieutenant Governor, it seems, is a little un- settled in his mind. He feels, most probably, that he will be unable to silence the united voices of the vic- tims he has sacrificed to his individual interest. Al- ready await in Downing-street to meet him, many persons, whom he has driven there by persecution to seek redress at the hands of British Majesty. Colonel Arthur knew how successfully he triumphed over the victims he made in Honduras — how he violated with impunity even the regulations of the British military service— and he chuckled, no doubt, at the demands for redress made by those persons, whom his ad- ministration here had injured. He little dreamt that among the number of Colo...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

SHIP 3S& NEWS. October 11. - Arrived the brig Henry, Whiting, from Port Phillip, in ballast. Same Day, the barque Guum, Tait, from Port- land Bay, with 327 casks oil, and 2 tons whalebone, for London. OCTOBER 14.- Arrived the schooner Eagle,   Dempster, from the Mauritius, with sugar, &c HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. Oct. 8.-Arrived the schooner John Ferir?, 110 tons. Capt. Martin, from Kangaroo Island. Oct. 13.- A vessel from Sydney was in the   river.     Oct. 14.— Sailed the Siren, Capt. Hayle, for Sydney— passengers, Capt.Swanston, Mr.Gellibrand, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Dobson, (who go up, we learn, to advocate their claims for land at Port Phillip), Mr. and Mrs. Cameron. Oct. 10.— Sailed the Red Rover, for Sydney. Oct. 18.— Sailed the ship . Swallow, Capt. Adams, and the brig Alice, Capt. Milne, fot Syd- ney, with potatoes, hay, and other Colonial produce. The South Astralia Company whale ship, the Duke of York, Capt. Morgan...

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PUBLICAN'S LICENSES. Internal Revenue Office, Oct. 6, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

PUBLICAN"S LICENSES Internal Revenue Office, Oct, 5, 1836 EACH of the undermentioned parties residing in the division of the island of Van Diemen's Land, commonly called Cornwall, has applied for, and obtained a License to retail Wines and Spirits, ??, for the period ending the 28th day of Septem- ber, in the year now next ensuing, provided it be not forfeited before such day. George Archer, Black Swan, Launceston, John Ashton, King's Arms, ditto, Phllip Bes, Currency ??, ditto, Joseph Barrett, King's Head, ditto Edmund Bartlett, London Tavern, ditto, George Sinclair Brodie, Caledonian Wine Vaults, ditto, June Cowl, Jovial Carpenters, ditto, John Edward Cox, Cornwall Hotel, ditto, William Collins, Bull's Head, ditto, James Corbett, Green Gate, Sand Hills, George Coulson, Friend's Arms, East Bank River Tamar, Samuel Cox, Bird-in-hand, Norfolk Plains East, John Daniels, Ferry House, Laun- ceston, Jacob Driver, Whale Fishery, ditto, Henry Davis, Brisbane Hotel, ditto, William Dibble, G...

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QUARTER. SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

QUARTER SESSIONS. Wkdnksdjv Oct. 19, . Frederick Ward uud Richard Thompion., con. yicted of stealing two bags of sugar, value j 4 I from J. W. Bell, %yen sentenced 14 jenri traas^ portution. ' Charles Brown, convicted of stealing one bag of sugar und one chect.of tea, -value i8 JO*., fnnt'j. l/-ckett, wus sentenced to 7. years trnntjiortittiun. Hannah Ciilrgess, convicted of stealing one ring, value 15s. fioin T- Gluss, was sentenced to 7 yean transportation. Arthur Dugan, convicted of an aggravated as sault upon James Trayner, was tentenced to cur lS5 to the King. TnoRSDiv. Oct. SO. George Watson nnd John Asliley— killing two sheep the property or Timothy Nuwlan, with intent to steal the carcuGr-— sentenced to be tevciully imprisoned and kept to' hard laboui forscren yexn. Peter Ijing nnd Henry Goodhcud— assaulting John Gruudy with intent to rob— sentenced lo 11 years transportation.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

Co ijjt suitor. I JU Sin, — On perusing the English papers ynu will! ^ have |icrceived, that cvt.y undertaking is nowefj ? fected by means of Cojipjnies. Nothing, honrvtm ,, frivolous, but is immediately reduced into ti CoirJ - piny — shares: nrc liimvn out and the numbers ad J '? vcrtisri, with h I'aj.itul nt icnM of half anulliinl ex It woul.l appear that we nn: not to be lahind iiundl to in these little undertakings ns we have already if « Company formed, y'clcpt llie ' MedjcjlComwnv.'I of Turcc learned PrnctitionciK, of u1 Ira-eminemtl fd lam told, iuvve el, tcied into tucii a speculation, ma i*i not withuut the mott sanguine hopes of suecen.,-1 ft moreover, if report speaks truly, they are about -? ? as take into partnership, oiintiierHllot'asn.any«!i«rJ -ni to be filled up by the most scientific IIihueboI is unexceptionable standing in society, theicbynviil Hii ing thiit friendly footing which formerly existed iM «! tween thote two jirofct*iom. Considering the coil tnl tempt t...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

?*»I* '?$$$* NEWS. Oct. 17.— Sailed Uie schooner Simr Atw, for *«rtUnil Kay. u itli rtores, wiialcrs, *»? . Oct. 17 ? Soiled the cutler Wu.uiM.for a seat injr voyage, ' s Oct. 22 -Sailed tbe schooner Ehiwpiiixk, Cap tain Hunter, for 1!oit Wiillip. .. , Oct. 21 Sailed the wKMncr *Bi«rut, Captain Mill*, for Port F*iry. nosiH» tows «hip nkw». 3' Ocl% H-Arrived the- barque Francis Fueling. CpUinPulluok.froniSydi.ty 3nd 1nsU.it. wit* a «ner»l cargo. Passengers, ^'^'mS'?1 fir. Bw, Mr. Arnold. Dr. WwtAy. Mr. M'Kay. OcL lS_S4W*be South Austrian Company « liareue I^OT Ui»t Pei-hih. 206 ton., Captalu Ho»,fortlicSoutIiSe»^«bena. .-.,-?. . Tie schooner .Nsv2uumn«« Captain Boyce. belonging to Mr. Grove of Sydney, has been wreck ed at NeuwUura, being driven «' .» «-*«'- ™- dueedtoa complete wreck. Crew »nd passenger (Mr. Sberwinl saVed. . Several American »etse!s and one Tttadi »e»el were refilling at the .Bay of Islands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

' Court of »rtjutfliT— ILattnttSton. NOTICE i« ierebf pven. that the Court of He Quests for' the tiial of cases where the sum sued for (exceeds the sum bt teu pounds, will be holtlen VcJih? tnc'Coinmiwiooer and AawaMfnV on Friday, -tbeith'^Jiycf IWettherneit. at 10 tfclock In the forebpiiv- Tutl partStuiare of. f hi: .plaintiff's deroanil ' taitii b^'oipJclAt iny$RK^» itfiiUvft't-— ? :j -' . -??; \frD*r'eJtbedefei-iantreil-l.csoutottheflistrirtof - ' J^uuoptM,^ or J^roreTriday, ttie SIM of Oct. Where thejieleiioinV rwida within fte. district, m or fcelpreTuwday. the 26tb October Instant , ' Dated tais'lBti day «f October, 1886, ' .

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Dost Office— Launceston. Oct. 22. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

33ost ®ifjtt-%.m.ttttstDn. J1 - ..'..'? Oct. £8. 1ES6. ' I' Rfails are expected to clone as follows :— 1' To Port PJiillip, per Jlsvny, oa Wednesday 1 the 26th instant. ' I1 . To England, per Ei.rnis-groNB, on Thursdav the P S7tb instant.- «t 13 o'cluk. , , ! !' To England, per Chun*, on Saturday, the 29th I ! instant. - li A. WRIGBTJS, Postmaster. I

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Shares of the [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

???? ? $Oa*s ot tlje fHoon. Tutl Moo»_J!ftIiOct.— Si mlt. patt 10 afternoon. « ? ^''^ |r~ Day jDav llensthl Daj lEquation Sun Sun li^,t\Uffbtj of decraJ of .J'** \Ktt begnjends) day I «*T\ time.

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

#?ioJ) mam at 3L»rncMton. ? h. m. «. »? I'BundaT .,..11 00 1 VTelftesday .. I IS ' Wonder.... 11 46 (Thursday.,,,. 3 00 ?Tue»aay.... W *0 I Friday ? 8 45 - -? Saturday ........ 8 SO ?: ? ? .-..gy*. .BiTMiK, Harbour Master.

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GOVERNMENTS.— AMERICAN AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

GOVERNMENTS.— AMERICAN AMD ' -»S«veriinje«it Is n tif^l^Mf' employed to desig nate ana 'comprise the; pefsons who control ^he le gislation, and constitute the executive power of a natiou. In our oeuntry (America) it is usually con fined to the executive magistrate, and the- officers of state -who are appointed to auist him— \iz.,,fhe se cretary of state, the secretary of the treasury,' the secretary at war, the secretary of the navy, and the attorney general. These form the several de partments of. our government, at the head of whom is the President of the United States. In almost every country, eicepttog our own, what is called the government is the 'thon wantbnly eitravagaut and ill-managed establishment the people hare to support. This arises from miita'iet in the political structure. «f the govcrnmin^— mistakes, consisting .In unne«Bary iBiceis pfjjjowniment, paid fay ex. travagailt- and' irariecesa,')1' salaries.; in too much |K-wer conceded, or col cided tor loo long a period...

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MORE JOBBING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

~^^mw^^— . . . MORE JOBBING. ^ We have just heard ihattbe Padioc^e-- i. e,,the Government Dorhain, which has cost u« to dear for exposing tbediayiaue, and other snug sons con nected therewith, is jtiJhe course of keing lotted out to the supporters of the *' evil system.' We ace informed that *.he Rural Deau bat got ten , acres, valued at £S,000, as his share of. the spoil,, and that it is in progress of being fenced mu) -grub- bed at the public *)|pense. Mr. Gregory, t be Co lonial Treasurer, itasid to have gut aiike^quaatity for bis share of the public sjnil. In^the; namc«f the people of this Colony, we do her^iy fnter our solemn protest agaiiisj this profllgtt«-ud unjust tpoliatioa Of tht pSbllc proputy ;«md|ire^aU UBOB ttlr. Bryan, and the otW Colonists who »re nbsgbn the spot in Tendon, to use every influence they can to prevent these grant! from being sanctioned ty the Secretary of State, while hundred* of Industrious families are half starving in HouaitTpirs, unable to obtain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. {nipoftaiirto~$nl)Ttcand. To be Sold by Public; Auction. BY MR. J. A.PDDIE, On Monday, the 2ttb Instant, .at 1 o'clock, at hit Uoirns ip St. John-itreet,- the fallowing selection of Wines and Spirits;— . , QIX Hundred galloni of Cape wino O t;00 gallons red ditto * ' 10 bhds. porter SO dozen bottled port wins: 60 ditto sherry 20 ditto claret SO ditto ale , A few casks Burton ale . Gases of gin, out and in bond Rum, brandy and whiskey, out of bond And a few ciuei Champagne, iuo, . . A quantity of best Sour, rice,, sugar, 4c THE VAN^DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANfS ANNUAL SALE OF RAMS. Go BHooUGrolutfil, StothJjoUJtri, tic. 1 .7(1 rUllttSAXOS and MCtf^TT I x 'v RAMS, from th« Klock* of ihe Van Dieinen's i/»n-l Company Ihe rompaiy'j first Annual Sale of RAM* vpH t»ke j-j«ee,*3r£ .fioia,' pn r«i^«rlay, ttia 25lli ol 'Iclober, at Twelve o'Cluck prec'ne y, wlitn ? ? ? ?? MS. UNDERWOOD will Kuhiml to public competition, One Hundred SAXON and Twenty NIG '.GiT'l' il\MS, ' of tin* unr...

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This [?] Mail [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

His Excellency the Lieut. Governor, purposes holding a levee at Government House, on Satur day, 29th inst., prior to his embarking on the even ing of that day. James Gibson, Esquire, another honorable man, has resigned his Commission of the Peace, which   his Excellency has been pleased to accept. His Excellency bestows a just encomium upon Theodore Hartley, Esq , upon his retiring from public service. Mr. Chas. Arthur is appointed (subject to the con firmation of the Right Hon. the Secretary of State) to the birth, vacated by Mr. Mason,-that of Police Magistrate at New Norfolk, Commissioner of the Court of Requests. Deputy Chairman of the Quar-   ter Sessions, and Coroner of the Territory.   Mr. Mason is appointed to the office of Barrack Master! WE THOUGHT such a birth of right be longed to a military man. Captain Moriarty is appointed Police Magistrate   of Westbury, vice Captain Lonsdale, recalled to his regiment. Licenses as A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

^m,«nced ifce Vgiraent tva. drawn up in KSesnS «un/rf tberecal, -ndthe light i*?SSSLS-a Tfelo«a then, tatfly «P to Xwholtorthemen fcll in before helwuself re ft' The *irm»hingwa«.»tMkept up«jhcv ft« to* and an occasional nun fell on. both ISei W theS «ipert shots rapid.* loaded, a, ISif ^'S. »»d then with deadly accuracy iJfaSnStSitaw* 1» 1.U ^xiety to do bis |Ut.%«1eft'iSm*f-to the hut, when he..was lira! Srflct Known retreat; tut just at the mo J~nt£*nS»BaoBeof the enemy's sharpshooter. 'l^dfoemtealmatuini: The man bad «nlured to 7ta*m f°- * comrades, having come Sn range *f the (ire from the line, bad com menced retiring. Colonel Macphereon'. own ae 5&7«. renection, Isatthe same timeamu IW anil painful. 'I raw the mas,' he ok'*?. S', deliberate aim at»ie.. Whaltodo Id.d not know. leouldnotgetatimn before lie could «, while to run would have been.equaliyu.elo.. A™Wfl.eni».*l.otinthcback,Tor I knewhewas. . i!!Tr *ii- ntrk. J men who licter miss anything* hlSraffiaT**?1** «t...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. OCT. 22, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836

XUB CORNWALL CHROMCLli. V. ». UUfD, SAIX'RDAT. OCT. 22, ISEfl. ? UHtnv »1lh idaiijrr ii u ta |ircf«reil m riavmy ?i».ee«rtty.« .^^ One of the greatest stains upon the pietent admi nistration, if its reckless indiflercnot to the expen diture of the public money. .It is quite enough, that a man should have once been employed in (he service of tbe people, lo entitle him fun svek to the right of D.rFiKG his liand into the public Ucasuiy at his pleasure, and to draw from it a quarterly re venue to support him in idleness. In no part of the civilitcd world is, such a host of hungry wretches, fed out of the public pune, as iu this ftiluoy ; and, as jiwy be reasonably expected under the existing «rc*nt. in' nn ennntrv ure thev to be fuund SO ra pacious, and so uttei iy .worthless. Scare! j- a vessel arrives in our poiu that docs uot briugtome aribto craticiil leech among us, who must be fed and dotbed at the public expense. If lie brinp with binionDKRB fiioh home, I.emisT be provided for, a...

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