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THE VERY REV THEOBALD MATTHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 November 1842
THE VERY REV. THEOBALD MATTHEW. The following address from the teetotallers of Liverpool was presented to the Apostle of Tem perance, at Lucau, on Sunday : — ' Very Rev. Dear Sir, — We, the members of the Liverpool Branch of the Cork J otul Abstinence Society, hail with heartfelt pleasure this opportu nity of paying to you, our beloved president, this humble but sincere tribute of affection, and of stating the pride, the gratification, the delight we feel in witnessing, through your almost super human exertions, a fallen nation restored to its former high moral standing1, and also some of the remotest kingdoms of the earth sending blessings to you across the mighty ocean for your bursting asunder the adamantine bonds of soul-destroying alcohol, and exhibiting the odious demon in all its naked and hideous deformity. Since your reverence honoured us by becoming our president, and that the Very Rev. Henry Brewer, our excellent and beloved pastor, accepted our vice-presidency, a period ...
SUPREME COURT—HOBART TOWN. Tuesday, Nov. 15. IN RE THTLEY v. SHERWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 November 1842
SUPREME COURT— HOBART TOWN. Tuesday, Km. 15. IN RK TtTI.EY V. SIIFRH'IN. The A Homey- General applied to have (he conditional rule obtained by him in (his ease, on Tuesday week, made absolute. The Chief Justice having read over his notes of tlie trial observed that if Sheruin had been the atrent of Tedey, the plaintiff would be entitled, at least, to a re medy against him ; but. of this there was no tittle of evidence, in (net, it went the other way. Then, what was the value c.f the contract ? Upon the payment of a certain sum of money, the company were bound to pay the plain I iff' a specified sum, but there could be no con tract, if (here was do previous payment of the policy ; so that Tetlcy had no right to the' policy, until he had paid the premium. Upon this ground a verdict ought to be for the defendant, while it would be for the plain lift' on the conversion, subject to a point reserved. In the way the case went to the jury, who found for the plaintiff on both the pleas As 't...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 November 1842
MARRIED.—By special license on the 21st inst., &nbsp; &nbsp; at St. David's Church, Hobart Town, by the Rev. Wm. Bedford, George Thorne Esq., of Sydney, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of John Bisdee, &nbsp; Esq., J. P. of Hutton Park, Van Diemen's Land.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA—Sept 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
SOUTH AUSTBALIA— SeptWi. Ciijonial PRODUcr. — Wheat, 7s -!d to 9s per bushel ; Flour, fine, 231. to 271. per ton; Ditto, seconds, 201. ; Bran. Is 3d to Is Sd r--*r bushel ; Barley, 4s to 5s. ; Oats, 7s to 8s. ; Maiie, Ss to IO-. ; Potatoes, Si. to 101. per ton; Beef, 3d to 5d per It). ; Mutton. 3d to 5d. ; Vea[ and Pork, 8d tn lOd. ; Bread, Sd to lOd per 41bs. ; But ter, fresh. Is 3d peril).; Cheese, 9d to Is. ;E|;gs, Is. 3d. to Is. -xl. per dozen : Cabbages. Id each ; Carrots, 3d. per burch; Turnips, 4d. per dozen; ()uioiis2d. to 3d. per lb. ; Leeks, Id. per bunch; Green Peas, Is. 6d. Cauliflowers, 2d to 3d. ; Lettuces, Id. each.
PORTLAND BAY— November 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
—oo— roUTLAND BAY— November 2nd. Flour, .£1 6s. per 100 lbs ; seconds ±'1 4s. ditto; Wheat, 7s. per bushel ; Barley, 7s. Oats. 6s. 6d. ; Hay, £12 per ton ; Potatoes, none ; Tea, £10 10s. per chest; Beef, 6d. per lb. ; Dread, Is. per 4 lb. loaf; Wool bags, (very scarce) IOs. each; Timber, £1 2s. per 100 feet; Shingles, £ I 6s. per lnoo.
SYDNEY—November 19th . [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
SYDNEY— Kovmber 19/A. Wheat. — We have only had two loads from the coun try during the week. The stock of Van Dicmen's Land wheat in the hnnds of the merchants, is, however, very larfc, and until the crop in the Agricultural Districts it fully ascertained, no change can take place. The millers are Riving from 6s to 6s fid for best Colonial ; and fur good Van Dicmen's Land wheat from 6s 9d to 7s. Du ring the week 800 bushels have been received from the New Country. Fiouu. — Some considerable sales have been effected during the week for exportation, and on the whole this market may be reported as somewhat brisk. The millers are still firm nt our former quotations, viz : - Fine, per 100 lb-.. 20s cash; 21s credit. Seconds, ditto. 15s cash ; ]fis credit. Ration, ditto, 13s cash ; 14s credit. Ilran, Is 8d cast); Is lOd credit. No. 1 Hiscuit, 26s per cut., credit; No. 2 ditto, 21s ditto, ditto. llKEAn ? The 21b loaf may be had at from 3d to 4d. Oats are in general request — some of the de...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
HOBART TOWN. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the I'ort of Hobart Town, during the week ending the 22nd Novetn er IS42, inclusive :— Oats, 238 bushels: Wheat, 48 ditto; Flour, 1 ton. Return of Grain and Flour, imported at the Port of Hobart Town, during the week ending the 22nd Novem ber 1842.— MY. The wheat market remains without any alteration : fine flour at the mills, from .£17 to ±'18 per ton; wheat, 6s. 9d. to 7s. ; English Barley, Gs to 6s. 6d. | Cape ditto nominal; oats, 6s. to fts. 6d. ; potatoes 61. 10s. to 71. IOs. ; pressed hay 61. 10s. to 71. ; loose ditto 51. to 61. ; vegetables in abundance and cheap ; hew potatoes of excellent quality 2d. per lb.— Cobnial Sale op Young Horses.— It is rather encouraging, in the midst of the present gloomy cloud of colonial despondency to perceive even a ray of relieving light. The prices which Mr. Lowes obtained for the young horses he sold at Kangaroo Point, on Wednesday week, greatly exceeded the must sanguine expectations. U...
Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
£|)i)- JHaiU To JiONDON, per Mono, on or about 14th December. To LOSDOii, per Williami on or about 30th Decem ber. ? To LONDON, per 'Adelaide on 4-r about loth January. To LONDON, Via Hobart Town, per Suit™, on Thursday, 16th instant. - St, 'John K. Uhokni, Postmaster.
Calender for December, MOON'S CHANGER [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
Calender for December, MOON'S. CHAHOBS. Pep. 8.— New moon }h. 65m. morning. IP.— First quarter Jib. 2m. mnrping. 18.— Full mooaT Ih. 17m. afternoon. SB —Last quarter, 6h. 47m. afternoon. BUN BISKS :' ?'« «*»? „ Dec. I— Thureday,3Im. j-ast 4. 29m. past 7. ^-Friday, 31 ra. past 4, »'»? PWl V. 3-Saturday, 30oi. past 4. 30m- P«»t J? -t-Sunday, 80m. past 4. 80m. past #, a-Monday, 29m. past*. 8lin.£Mt7. fl_r»ies-Uy,?9iij:£i«t4. «»WW*?« 7_W.«duesdi£ S8m7fl««4. #»»? P'1*
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1842 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
the launceston courier teetotaiTadvocate. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1842. , A brasch of the Tusmanian Society has been Btablished in Perth, and a promise was-given, ^jft whenever they felt desirous of holding ?SJfclr jnefetings. some member of the .Pareittt: SeicWty should attend from Launcestcjn, iA, (jtwtin'g tot completing the organization oTjhe Society will be held shortly at the store of Mr. Robert Veitch . There are sixty teetotallers in Perth and its immediate neighbourhood. A meeting will shortly be held, at the re quest of several influential gentlemen, at Evan dale, for the purpose of establishing a branch in that district.
UNION STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
Union Steam Mills. i. a. t. i. t. *? ?? -?? Wheat ? 6 0@ 6f- j Oats ? 4 0 (a) C 6 Uarlcy ? fi 0 „ 7 B Maize... ? 0 0,, 0 0 Pollari ? I 8 „ Cj 1 Bran ? 1 0 „ 00 Flour, first quality , - -ML) Ditto, second ditto ' ? - IS/. -per20001bs. Ditto, third ditto i - ? ISt.) Ileturn of Grain and Flour exported from the Port of Launeerton. during the weekending the IStb Novem ber, 1842, inclusive-.— (U^U, 909 bushels; Wheat, 2078 fHlto ; Flour, 77$ tons, f . . „ . Ileturn of Grain andtlour imported Into the Tort of Launcestrin, during the week ending the 19th Novem ber, 1842 ? Nil. \
NATIONAL DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
NATIONAL DISTRESS. We find that the attention of the people at home, is being directed to the efficacy of teetotalism as a prevention of national distress. This is a most important consideration, and in our opinion, is better calculated to improve the condition of society than the best attempts of human legislation. When it is reflected how great and widely extended are the evils arising from intoxication, it will be perceived at a glance, that in a national point of view, the major part of the poverty and distress is attributable directly or indirectly to that source. At a meeting held 'in Scotland — not a meeting of teetotallers, but of the public generally — the following resolutions were adopted which contain very powerful arguments in favour of teetotalism. 1st. — ' That the distress and privation so fear fully prevailing1 amongst the industrious portion of our population, demand the prompt and energetic interference of every Christian Phi lanthropist, in endeavouring by every ...
TASMANIAN TEETOTAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
TASMANIA T TEETOTAL SOCIETY. On Tuesday evening, the Infant School-room, where the ineetiurs of this society are held, was, if possible, morepensely crowded than on any former occasion. Not less than seven hundred persons could ha ?« been present; every part of the rooDij even Ihe passages between the seats were nueu, wnnsinumuers were congregat™ out side the door during the whole evening. It is impossible to tell how many would have been pre sent, had the room been sufficiently capacious, but it is ndtexagge-ratm^tO'say, that at least a hundred muBt have been disappointed in not having been able to obtain admissioiui The want of a Temperance Ball was never mori seriously felt, indeed the so ciety is now creating such ah excitement that we must have a more commodious place of meeting. The chairman, iaac Sherwin, Esq., stated lie had so often addre led such meetings that he felt at; loss to say mon than he had done respecting the principles of teiotalism, aud he would prefer reading'...
TEETOTAL MEETING AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
TEETOTAL MEETINtt AT PERTH. A very interesting meeting was held in a larga workshop belonging to Mr. Pascoe, on Thursday evening, the 1st instant, for the purpose of form ing a society, when upwards of -one hundred persons attended. .... ? Ihe chair was taken by I. Sherwin, Esq., who in a concise and appropriate address explained very clearly the principles of the society. The meetingwas addressed by Messrs Walters, Tvson, Stubbs, J. Fisher, Smith, and Chilcott; The atten dance of so many considering the Unfavorable appearance of tbe1 evening was truly gratifying, and clearly evinced that tng principle* of thm so ciety are rapidly spreading. At the iconduBioh of the meeting eight persons signed ' the pledge. We understand there are upward* of sixty per sons in and near Perth, who hare already taken the pledge. ? ' .
LONDON WOOL SALES. Ex" Ina" from Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
LONDON WOOL SALES. Ew' Im,' from Launceston. J C-3 bales, Is. 4-ld. ; H, Is. 6d. ; 0, Is. 4d. ; 3, ls.Sd.; 4,1s. Cd. A- in a circle F~21 bales, Is. 4d. ; 3, Is. 3d ; l,104d.-, l,6Jd. J W G-42, U.t\&. ; 3, Is. 5d. ; % Is. id. G B S-6, Is. 2Jd. ; 7, is. ljd. ; 5, Is. Id. R P S-l, Is. Id. ; 1, 9d. ; 10, 11 Jd. G P B— 0, Is. Id. ; 4, Is. CC- 6, ls.2Jd; 1, 8Jd. B— 1, Is. J A within a circlc-7, Is. 5Jd- ; 5, Is. 9d. ; 3, Is. 6£d. ; 4, Is. 8d. ; 9, Is. 7d. ; 4, Is. 6d. ; 7, Is. 4d. ; 3, Is. 5d. G H— 1. Is. 8Jd. : 1, Is. 6}d. ; 2, Is. 7Jd. ; 1, Is. 6d. : 9.' Is. 3d. : 19, Is. 2d ; 7, Is. ljd. ; 1. Is. 4d. ; 1, Is. 4Jd. ; 2, Is. Id. ; 1, Is. 6Jd. ; 3, lid.: l,9-d. F L S-8, Is. 5Jd. ; 2, Is. 3Jd. ; 10, Is. 5d. ; 15, Is. 3d. : 5, Is. 4d. ; 2, 9d. ; l,8d. VI' P W— 2, ls.'-'Jd. ; 5, ls.2d. ; 10, Is. OJd. ; l,7d. ; 1, Is. H within a circle— 2, Is. Old; 3, Is. Id. ; 1, Is. id. ; 2, Is. 4Jd. W— 4, is. 4-'d. ; 6. Is. 4d. ; 4, Is. 3d. ; 5, Is. ljd. : i, Is. 2d. ; 1, 8Jd. S Y— 8, Is. 3Jd. ; 2,...
POETRY. THE TEETOTALLRR'S ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
POETRY. THE tEETOTALLKR'l ADDRESS TO Till QSBKN. Sovereign lady of our Isle 1 Deign upon our cans* to smile. Paironue our humble bund,— They're the loval of (he land. Say, ihall Gatlm's regal Lord Chase ihs nine-cup from hii hourj* l~rom iti ruby juice abstain, And shall tee its cup retain ? Let no) Frenchmen give kj laws: Ttiej) can nid the temperance cause, They can drink the sparklinz rill. And O.iall we refute It ttill ? Lady I see that mud-walled cot, Ask lis lowly inmate's lot, ?See that pallid female form, Once with youthful beauty wnnn, See that squalid, infant band. Round their weeping mother stnud ; Why that terror In their eye ? Lol their drunken sire is nigh, (lost thou ask icAy such distress ? Oh ! the cau.e is Drunkenness ; Cou/dst thou vie* such depth of grli-f. And not wish 10 send relief? No) thy royal heart would melt, Kindest sympathies be felt : Litiv ! we appeal to thec, TAou canst set the captive free. Thou didil break the Negro's chain. Lady shall uv plead in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842
THE Launceston, -3ovrier and Tectotai Ad vocate will be published -every Monday morning end despatched by that day's post to all parts ofthe iCOUhtry. . ' The terms of Subscription are 6s. -6d. per quarter, or One Pound per iuinum, if paid in advance. ? . -. - -. ' : ? To AdyprtlBera. ALL Advertisements inserted in this Journal are published gratuitously in the Laun eutori Advertiser. ; .'.£-.',' All AdTertisementsBeBi^ro^fllB Country jnust be pre-paid,tM''iiiey will n^ttw'attend'ed to. Our Terms for' Advertising are the same as other Launeeston' Journals— under twelve lines 8s. 6d.; and 3d. a line for all above twelve, each insertion. Unlesff-ttie, number of insertions be written on the manuscript, they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. ggj' No Advertisement, received after four o'clock on Saturday afternoon, can be inserted in tie following' Monday's publication, and none can be withdrawn after twelve o'clock on the fore going day. ? To Correspondents...