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Launceston [?] Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
' ftauiurtttrt sttrtml »ri« tfumnt. £ «. d. * ?? '? Ale. per Mid. 8 0 OAleperdoren J|5 6| Barker ton «J. 0 a™*' «»UM°- * & 6 , Jteer|erl-W. + W,Slp Poffee P«-fc -»B § 0 10 Ilrean(4lb.lo»r)0 0 8 Cheese per Jb. 0 i 1 0- n»cuitpercwt.liJp.;i-»I»»«P«'110- J J 0 Butter perlb. 0 2 6 Salt net ton * » 0 Salt ditto. 0,-3 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 ' Sam. perl'- ° 2 «f- *'»»*. '^ S* ° S Uaca jijrditto 0 1 S E.I. do. per Ib. 0 0 £ Beef per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 . 0 * Pork p« III. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 13 - Vwtlpe. ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 « aJ5*f*M S 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 ♦ Cheese per do. 0 IOD.tto.nl.o8d OS' CandtoC''1'11*'0 10 Cm duty pud «» J Ditto VdipO 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 » Kipper do«uO 3 OTeaperchert 6 0 « B&pertmdieKri 0 Ditto perlb. « * £ Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond Q 1 « ., ? ..,. c n o lt». Jo.dutvnaidO a ' ' Hides e«h(avgO 7 0 Cigars perbox 4 * g Hop. per )b. 0 2 0 Port per doten « 2 « StiWper.oad I 0 uWrgal 0|E 0 firewood do. 0 6 0 M«d«i» ...
Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
(Cent iMat&tt. Wheat St. to St. i Bales' 6s. to 6s. 93. ; Oats 4.. 6d. to it. per buiheJ. Fine Flour 20s., feconds lit. ner'lOOlli.. Wiieat contiuuet at the ««««« of &. per but'uel for tart qualities although few uAtt, owing chieOy to the inclement weather, have recently been ef fected. T.iere is no Tariation in the pncei of other »9ecie« of Brain. O»t« ere worth from 10t.20 per cent, more than the bert wlieot.-CooRiEh, Oc. Hny bt'int to destine in price and tht Town is largely tupplicd will, prccn forage «t s cliap rate. I'!lit*toe« *»« tiiic irouoB proved a ruiunui (.jwcula Uon. »nd the nrown'. rivei Killers, whose rtuplc |iro?ueetontirt.ofthatartitle,-iire tuft-oring se itrelr In enntequenee. We ho|.e rincerely thattlie Director of roads will litrtlr himself in opening a . «3inin«nirtrti-.n a. ipeedily a« po«itile with thu «e-, tiaiei Mi rouib .ntrfected dUtrict. Sherp continue to fetch a high pnet. A larpe tale of 8033 wat tim week elTected nt 85*. per heii; ani ...
The Dost Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
Cl)l fieil Offitf. Mr. Arundel.Wrighte has obtained leave of ab sence fur two Ten™, nnd Mr. Saint Jolm Drowne if np|iointed in his stead, at .aitalaryof two hundred l»r Bilnuni— Mr. Wrigbte reserving the ruiiaindei, which, is two hunilied pounds morn. TSiif ''? h ilisgrarcful fact, and ouglA uot to be ilitmiitlcd lo hv the Public, without tiie uirst determined ojipusi linn. We always said that Mr. Wrjgl.te was «- trnvagantly piid— it wemt we were nr,t in error, for if Mr. Urowue can pcifunu Iiis duties fur one-half Jiis mlary, and be satisfied with it—what was to prevent its le:ng enougli for Mr. Wrightr. Mr. Wriglite is going over to Poit Phillip upon a private sneculation, und the public of this shamefully govemed Colony is called upon to |;ny him two hundred pounds per annum during tiie tiro years he has obtained leave for. tor what 1 Why should you and J^ Reader, he called upon to pay Mr. Wriglite two hundred pounds prr yenr;wliile licit attending to his private speculations at ...
The Colonial Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
The Colonial Magistrate Out of evil springeth good, sometimes-and we are inclined to believe that out of the unchristian conduct of Mr. Mason, in his Magisterial capacity and the unaccountable sanction of it by Colonel Arthur, a change will take place in the fraternity, that will prove beneficial to the public. We do not hesitate to declare it as our opinion, that no Govern- ment or people were ever before as much disgraced by any man holding a confidential situation, as the Government of this Colony and the people of it are disgraced by Mr. Mason. His behaviour is of one texture throughout, and if before his defence, pub- lished in last week's Courier, we felt disgusted &nbsp; with it-what must we feel now? In our last we mentioned, that upon passing our eyes over the se- &nbsp; veral columns it occupied, it appeared to us to be an impudent attack upon the Military. Without &nbsp; altering the hasty opinion we then formed, we shall as briefly as we are able ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
ON -8AWE H *« StBiwof thi Undirojnai, Sydueybeer ? Iriihmess pork and butter SVibauio- stems , ^JLjme juiet ? ' ' Invoice of Snuffs. . .; JOHN CAJPJ5. QotoWS, 1886. ' ._, ' ? ? ?THE P|idet»igfleiJ.J*5 U»i»cquaint hViFriends the STQitE-btely occupied by H. A. Akdibsox, the t-Alc«tiee&afa.ijStetioa-f -?OOJTA. which he wilt «H «t«ueb piiew, aed-an mKHm, m he tnuti will «n»ure to him ? portion of tucir p» tmaagavm:— »»ii. ... Juj-ar ,«, *,..? . ar ? . ? Stufh *oVhi(l ? . Powder. . Swift. '??..'. ^lwtUKtil-MtoeUnf -«Ucni . JJfl)WB wWHttBO' i ? ? ? CM»on«oa,Miien.tid» ': jlaniett and rog» ; ftjjored«ant«iiii, in th. gun Hfwery (waited) ' White and colored shirts ' . . . Jl^Vaiid colored tilkh^dkpiiMft ;lVptt, Bobbins, andnwing cottons ; Gold eyed needles ? 8l»J-onety and account books . Vknita(i#uttA). :??? ?.?:.: Herring, raackarel and seaming twuiM Superfine hat»,4«, *c. 4e. V i _^ .'Tf- JAS. G. REID. IjwmoBitoB, Oct.a.-M»8.. WOOL B*GS., ' ,\ !'. ? - FHt Stic at the Storal of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 October 1836
from the gazette. October M. 1886. rpENDERS will be received by the Auditor Of * Civil Accounts until the lit of: November next.' for the supply of Lime Tor the' Works or the Hoan Department for one year ; to be delivered at lloa.CampbcllTdivn, Snake Banks and Perth eta-, tiont, in- such quantities and at tuth. times iu- may i be required: ' ~ '---'? -ADUHima CnKVsrE, Director General of llonds end Bridges. Aoadtttflin, U# Oct., 1BK. OIX serviceable Chrt.Bss«^jjiUettj&aii 4 and O not eKccdrng 6 yean 'oft, being required for tbc use of the Road Depar}ro-St at Launmtoii, Tenders for the supply of the same-jwill Le received at the Commandant's Office, Launcetton, until the 24th instant, at noon. A Board w»l| incpect those which may be offered. The age of the horn* out be inserted in the lender. AurkAtriiEB CmrvKi, . Dirtctof General of Roads 4 Bridges, TBEibllowing alterations have taken nltce ia the Police of the Territory ; — Amimwrtm--To be con»Uble_Ttci. Webb, EurryS, Cram ...
THE HUGUENOT CAPTAIN—MASSACRE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
THE HUGtfEKOT 'CAl'TAIJI— MASSACRE OF ST. UAIITIIOJ.OMEW. Tlie grniui victiui.ortt; nistt'iviisColiKni. Thi 2-ukcuf Guise liutcd hint at on enemy, feared him us a rival, nml n-as renilvcd to have his blood as a . man ivliosv religious habit* showed the general ini purity qMiiii own. -.Still, with nil those ttrunfr sti mulants to the pinion uf tin urroffant and suiikuu nary kjiirii, it givrt a Ormjfu! idea of the (jirics uf u penucutin^ time, to sec t'le first subject of a coun try like France, the chief leader of her armies, a (iHih'c by birth, and ctan ling in the first rank of eminent men in Europe, not nictely countenance tfic ntsassinalioti rif^a brave nobleman, resting un susiiiciouslj1 on the pledged faith «ftlic Kiug, but itctuullv cnVcl la \n liie assassin. On the fatal niglittne Uutx of disc sat up. waiting for the tolling of the bell, klid the signal had nv soaucr been thus given, than tie rushed into the street with his brother tb«t-ucd'Auinalc, the J-uc d'Angtiuleine, an...
[?] Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
???. - '. ? -. .; ,-.. '.«?»*, :? ' Stfturp JExtrpcU. Tnit Po»r.. OfltjesjJ^Jpie, Tase. .Colonist, «- ceived by the '.-fa^ arrival;, conipla^isol the irre fiuUrUunsmiaioa of tihe^Sy^ney papen, instaucing Tmk Colonist, bs iKiiig frojiiently rcccirca » fort-' night subsequent to ttie-'fcceijitoi the HbiulduT the same date. Wherever the fault lies, we can as sure uur contemporary that jt jsuot on »ur side of tlie water. The pijier in .sent regularly from pur office, cither on tlie day. of publication, or on (lie subsequent day at fartpestt fnd ivelmvc tatisucd ourselves tiiatit is transmitted with equal regularity through the Sydney I'.ist.OBIcc. Aliuost all the Van IJicnieu's Ixiiid |M|)crs rcachus irregularly, arid many nwubWans never ret-cived ftt all. We know not whether tliis & attributable to nrgici't nt the publishing or Poit Office, but such is the fact It lias ten icihaihcii ftEsjnicirltr, 'thnt not one, us far as we tire awa'rcj of tlus Van piemen's land Jour nals, co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
'to be Hold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At Longford, on THL'USDAY, Srd November, immediately after the Sale already advertised, AN assortment of CUTTLERY aud iitOV MONGEHY. . ' Terms will be made known at the time of sale. To he Ho\A hy Public Auction BY MR, UWDERWCOD, On the King's Wharf, Launceston, on Monday 81st ? inst., at 12 o'clock precisely, hoiitivelC without reserve, ' 'I'HE fine fasl-sailins sloop JEMIMA, 25 tons -* .burthen, ncariyjjiew, Corva built, well found in stores of cvci-y description, Mad well adapted for the river or coasting traije: ? T*B«s— One-tliird of, the purchase money cash ? the remainder by approved bllU at 8 and 6 months' TO CAPITALISTS. — MR. JOHN A. EDDIE. BEGS to announce, tb«.ne has received instrue. tions to dispose of by Public Auction, at hit Booms St. John-street, ON MONDAY, Slst OF OCTOBER, 1880 at 1 o'clock raitcuKLv, ' If not disposed of previously to the 17th October by Private Bargain, in which case due notice will be given, the ...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
SHIP '^fsk NEWS. Oct. 29— Arrived the Industry from Sydney— sat entered. , Oct. 26— Arrived the sobooner Emuimtii from Port F*iry. Wring, through stress of weather, lost 4 anchors and cables, and IS sheep. soiuht town ship Havre. Oct. 28— Awed tbe-Coixrt* Captain Hen denon, from fcWerpool Sti-Ma* with agcseijil carj!» ani pawongtSrs.1' . '.Itm'.. ,??. «v» -t i^»m-Civiu from Newcastle, with 1000 prime sheep, having only lost one. The Ps»uros.from Sydney to Calcutta, was driven in by stras ot weather to Adventure Bay. Oct-28-Siiled the Bwc, Captain MCftllum, for Sydney. . ?- Oct. 22— Mr. Smith'* »loop Loerei, employed ui conveying oil from the whaUng station, was wreck ed, by being driven on the rocks not far from the place where the Ewsusrraisss was wrecked last year. Two of thecrew were unhappily drowned. Oot32— TheTaoMW Liwbib, «apt Lovett, nut into 'FortcKue Bay, Port Arthur, having tat one of her topmasts. She wat expected to tail m two days after. . OaU 23— A vessel was coming u...
Post Office—Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
J)o« (©fftcc— fcawncrfton. Mails are expected to close as follows ? To Can Ion, per Ahxlu Tijobpsok, on Tuesday, the 1st November, at 12 o'clock. ' To England per Gouni, on Wednesday, the Snd November, at 12 o'clock. ST. JOHN E. BROWNE. Acrurc ftnuuiK. Oct. 59, 1886. ? The SvDJrev Cowynrr of the 22nd September, contains a prospectus of a Gis Light Company— to be called 'Tub AtwruLUNGuLiotrrCoiminr.' The Ross outlay of capital required for lighting all tjyUUGji UWIUUWMt M ^dv)iiiiw| nwuu uib infill pany purpose to raise by shares of £& Tie profits are calculated at tU,846 per annum, which, if correct, wflt bifruflletent tn W than, two years, to refund thc.cntirc outlay. Our Sydney noighbours are certainly making ra pid strides in the march of civilization. The Brouwum, Captain Walcb, arrived on the 28rd instant at HobartTown from Tivo.fold Bay,, with the remains of a cargo of cattle— the major part having died at tea.
Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
launctfton Uttail Una Current. * t. i. * ?? d- Ale, per Mid. 8 0 0 Ale per doien 0 15 6 Dark per ton S 0 .0 Brown stout do. 0 IS 6 Beer per hhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per lb bag 0 0 W Uread(41b.loaf)O 0 6 Cheese per In. 0 1 « Biscuit nerowt. 1 10 OHamsnerdo. 0 1 O Butter per 1b. 0 8 6 Salt per ton 4 O O Salt ditto, 0 S 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 Hams per lb. 0 2 0 L France sugar 85 0 - Bacon per ditto 0 1 B E. L do. per lb. 0 0 ? Bccfperlb. 0 0 8 Dittoper lb. bagO O 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto Wf per ib.0 0 t Pork pei lb. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 - Veal pei ditto 0 0 BDittowbond 0 4 ' Chocolate per ibO 6 0 BrandydutypaidO 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 I 0 Ditto in bond 0 6 u Candlesf moulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 ' Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 ' Sgp per dozen 0 2 0 Tea pet chest 6 O Bran per bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per lb. 0 2 Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 i Hay per ton S 0 b Do.do.aiitypaidO 8 HidcJcach(avgO 1 0 Cigars per box 4 « ' Hopsiwrtb. 0 2 0 Port per doren 3 2 » Strawperload ...
Court of Requests—Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
Court of JitqutSM— tnu»ct-ton. NOTICE is hereby Riven, that the Court of Re quest* for the ttial of canes where the sum sued for exceeds the sum of ten pounds, will be hniden before the Commissioner and Assesson, on Friday, the 4th day nf November ncit, at 10 o'clock in the f .wenwm. Full particulars of tlie nlaiutilTt demand must be filed at my office, as folloivs :— Where the defendant resides out of the district of Ltuneestuif 'on or before Friday, tlie 21st of Oct. inst. Where the defendant undes within the district, on or before Tuesday, the 95th 'October instant. Dated this 19th day of October, 1836, M. KENNEDY, Registrar.
Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
Cam fHarhtt. Prices as quoted last week, with a prospect of wh Ml «pericacins a greater fall. There is no alteration in the price of provisions ail otlicr Cvhai&l produce since our last, wheat 5s. fil. t« Gt |-er buslicl, hiy J|'6 IBs. to £7 JO*. p.-r t.n.goossuorriei.U per quart.— Coihikh, Oct 27.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
opened this day. Show Room, AT THE STAFFORDSHIRE HOUSE. J. A. DfiNHAM, TN MDOUBcioy-to Ki, Friends and the iobaXi ?* Htanti or Xauocerton, tie tunning of tie above ROOM, particularly invite* their attention to bit ta^nmt^aaastammat of GOODS, com prising,.. ..;.. .? Superior PITTED and SILVER MOUNTED Goofc, i-f nesriy every deseriptioo, .patten, ana nuiety, for the BREAKFAST and DINNER TABLE ? ?„.:?; Ditto ditto BRITISH VLVUBi twfck admired and now in general me . ladies* and Gentlemen's lojfcMftta, mahogany and satin wood be*utHun- iaisld . Writing Dnkt, Dtosigg Caw, and 'Work Son* Tea Ceddinsuid liquor ta*»:. . ' An elegant 3UD1ES CHINESE WORK TABLE.-OMBplete, with richly carved ivory fitting! and apparatus ItttoTea Oadfly, Wort Box, and Backgammon , 3Bo«rd .?.„? .? . ; ? ?-. ? ? A splendid «*rjtVd jet iff £he* Mm ? Beautifully CHASED ALABASTER VASES, with flowers, shade*, and stands complete Richly Cut Cl*n LUSTRES UeganttaUe.anit1da-c«rd,peaej*aJ, bracket ~ .anlcfcaa** Lampi, brf...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
CORNWALL CHROW.'CLIi. L^UNcesrow V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. OCT..S9. 1836. ?? Liberty with danger' ii to bo prefwred lu iltvery willi security.' ? ?? ..'?*'?' ' S»«.1.1I-T. ' One Mr. Henry ,1law»on, Who states iiimseU to hare' been far iierijr SS years a tttliint at New foundland, and who left that place with his family to avoid clashing with the Roman Catholic Piiesthood, wliora, lie asserts, have assumed, unconstitutional political power— has amused the Sydney Newspaper readers nith a journal of bis jierigrinations since eavinir that place on bis way to settle in some part of our world. We have Bo wish to question the correctness of his statements, generally ; in the main joints— he baa no doubt fucpi-hed a faithful picture— but In one or two instances his statement is not according to fact. In describing the River Taroar— Mr. Hawson says—' Launceston contains about 6000 inhabi tants ; is situated at the head of the River Tamar, about 45 miles from its entrance— the tide rum very stron...
This Ebrning's mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836
Cf-fc ©Kitfaa** iHafl. Tlie CouniER, as is usual, is all rhodomantadc this week. Mr.Horne-eulogbcd Hit Etcellencyot Ron- who travelled 160 miles in 48 hours. ' Tliis beat* Dr. de DasellV late feat— the only gentle man, it seems tt to compete with his Excellency in equestrianism. William Barnes, Esq., presented ah Address to his Eicellcncy, which hat been about sir months in ' gettiog-up,' signed by 100 of the Inhabitants— beinff Bt tlie rate of tcventceo-and-s-balfa month, and in proportion as 1 to GO ! ! ! '. Captain Friend, We 'must not imit to mention, with more zeal has contrived to procure the names of seventy from George-Town— who ate, in all pro bability hit tenants, and tlfelr labourers. Dr. Ross is broken hearted, at the eipected de parture of his patron, and hopes there is not a hardened heart in the Iilsnd, that will not be af fected thereby!— (Fudge). ' Nothing in tbe GiiarTE worth notice— It con tains however, the last dying speech of bis Eiccl lency. ' .