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Robart Down Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

Jtjotari fffoton Styipying. November 23 ? Arrived the barque Calcutta, Hawkes roaster, from London 3rd August, with s general cargo. Cabin passengers,— Mr. and Mrs. Reid, Mr. Reid, jun., Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs Russelt, Mr. ttus «ell, junr., Miss Lewis, Mist Patterson, Miss Patterson, Mr. Barr, Mm Smith end two children, Mrs. Butcher and family, Mr. Brown, Mr. Simson, Mrs. Crouch and two sons, and Mr. S. T. Haslett, M. D. Steerage ditto,— Mr. Whitney. Mrs. Savage and child, Andrew Christie, George Cults, Edward Whitehouse, Samuel Barber, Thomas Savage, and three bounty immigrants, vii ? Catbering Cummins, Ellen Dow, and John Cameron. November 24— Arrived the barque Cape Packet, Limb, roaster, from the Cape of Goud Hope, with 78 male prisoners. November 24 — Arrived the schooner industry, from Port Albert, with 12 head of cattle. Novembers*.— Arrived the barque Emily, Humble, master, from Sheerness, the 26th June, with 238 male prisoners; Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Henderson. Pas...

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Launceston shipping list ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

UaunrrHon shipping ittst. AKKIVALS. November 28 — Harqne Mary Hay, 259 ton*. Volum, master, from New Zealand and Lagoon liny ; Willis and Co., agents. December 2 ? Schooner Deborah, ISI tons. Wing, master, from Sydney j G. & F. Kisher, agents. Pas sengera,— Mrs. Wing and child. DEPARTURES. Sotembtr 28.— Schooner Tamar, 1 17 tons. Bell master, for Port Phillip ; James Raven, agent. Passengers,— Air. John Pearson, Mrs. Bell, Morgan Price. IMPORTS. fttiehrtported inicardM/iurinotht iceei. November 26 -MARY HAY, (barque,) 259 tons, Volum, master, from New Zealand and Lagoon Bav. 83 casks black oil, BO tuns ditto, 3} tons whalebone, 'l cask whisky, 1 case tobacco. 10 quarter chests tea, older. December 2 — DEBORAH, (schuoner.) 121 ions, Wing, muter, from Sydney. 60 chests tea, 53 packages ditto, 10 bales bags, Wiiliams & Co. ; 4 cases sperm candles, 7 cases confectionery, 4 cases, 14 casks salt, 3 cases cigars, 6 hogsheads brandy, 30 cases Geneva, G. and F. Fisher; 10 cas...

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A TALE FROM REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

A TALE FROM REAL LIFE. ? About four months since, I was accosted by a weather-beaten tar, whose appearance showed that he had weathered many a storm, but whose blackened eye, and trembling limbs, proved that the perils on land had been more disastrous than tne dangers oi tneaeep. lie naa lor years wunst on shore been the victim of the rum-selling land lords, and the prey of those harpies that infest their sinks of iniquity. He approached with a dejected look and spoke as follows : — ' I hope you will excuse me, sir, but I am in a very bad state, as you perceive. 1 have suffered dreadfully for a long time from drinking, and al though I don't care much about it myself, I can't help it when I am where it is, and my shipmates are urging me to drink.' ' You had better make up your mind to leave off at once,' I said. ' That is what I want to do, sir; and if you will put my name on tb.fi Temperance book, I would thank you.' ' I will gladly do it,' said I ; ' and if you will come to-night, ...

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ADULTERATION OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS. (Adulterations of Mall Liquors.) Continued. AMBER BEER. OR TWOPENNY [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

?ADULTERATION OP INTOXICATING LIQUORS. ( Adaherationa of Mail Liquor*. I Continued. AMBER BEER. OR TWOPENNY. '.This teer,' savs Morrice, ' is both pleasant Bnd wholesome, and is in almost as much request as porter during the winter, when it is drank warm, ft is unquestionably the most profitable of all malt jiquors, as it is sent out to the cus tomers within a week from the time of brewing, s/oii usually consumed within the following one.' Cwt. qrs. Malt ? o 26 Hops ? 1 o leghorn juice ? 0 ,20 Molasses ? 0 80 Grains of Paradise . . 0 4 Capsicum ? 0 4 .This ' pleasant and wholesome' beverage, is to be cleared on the third day, using at the time four pounds of ground ginger, half a pound of bay salt, and a quartern of flour. WELCH ALE. 'This,' remarks our author, « is the most lus cious and richly flavoured ale I ever drank. I saw the whole process at Caernarvon, in Wales.' The ingredients are malt, hops, sugar, grains of Para dise, and liquorice root. HOCK. Ingredients— Malt, hops, c...

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HOBART TOWN TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

HOBART TOWN TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. On the evening of the day of the regatta, the friends of temperance met together for enjoyment at a social meal, as well as to bear accounts of the progress -of tlie.^ood cause; One hundred and eighty persons sat down to tea. Some unpleasant discussion took place before tea, relative to tne moue oi asKing a oiessmg. une jnenn, m oppositiozi to the chairman, objected to the use of singing, as an act of worship, and desired that tlie feelings of those who conscientiously differed from others, might .not be outraged; but that, as we met upon no religious grounds, each might per form the act of thanksgiving to himself; This called forth some unhappy expressions of feeling. It is much to be regretted that the proceedings of the chairman were interrupted, though such arose from a conviction of duty ; it is likewise to be regretted that some took sued umbrage at it as to become unwarrantably excited. Harmony, however, was soon restored, and a very plea...

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BONDED STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

BONDED STORE. Spirits received from 16th Nov., the 30th in clusive—Brandy 660 gall. ; Rum 1,273 do., total 1,933 gallons. Spirits delivered for Home consumption, from 16th to 30th Nov. inclusive— Brandy 193 galls. : Rum 313 do; Gin 93 do. ; Whisky 29 do., total -w» gallons. Spirits delivered for exportation from 16th to 20th Nov., inclusive— Brandy 42 galls. ; Arrack 318 do., total 360 gallons. Stock of Spirits now on Band, Nov. 30th — Brandy 26,625 galls.,- Rum 24,131 do.; Gin 9,800 do. ; Whiskey 1,169 do. ; Arrack 1,405 do. : Cordials 219} do. ; other Spirits 2,413 do. ; grand total 73,2621 gallons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. (Continued from first page.) To Capitalists and others. MR. B. FRANCIS Has been favored with instructions to bring to public competition, without the least particle of . -reserve, on,TUESDA¥, 41w.6_tji.;day_ of De cember next, at 12 o'clock, oh the grouna, In one lot, ^!: ^?-HOSfi extensive and .-substantial built pre JL mises, known as the Colonial Hospital, in Wellington-street, with the garden and out houses, &c. attached, now let to the Government, at the low rental of £270 per annum, of which two years are unexpired, subject to a mortgage of £1,500, at 125 per cent, payable in 2{ years. The advantages of the purchaser of this pro perty, can be comprised in a very few words. The situation is about one of tne best, and as the township progresses, that part will become more central, since the town is extending itself in that line ; it is also fully anticipated that the market, so long talked of, will be speedily com menced, and the Brickfields is the spot...

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CONFESSIONS OF A DRUNKARD. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

GONEESSIONS OF A DRUNKARD. Could the youth to whom the flavour of his first wine is delicious £6 to the opening of scenes of life, or the entering upon some newly discovered paradise or look. into my desolation, and be made to understand what a dreary thing it is when a man shall teel himself going down a precipice with open eyes and a passive will — to see his des truction, ana nave no power to stop it, ana yet to feel it all the way emanating from himself; to perceive all goodness emptied out of him, and yet not be able to forget a time when it was other wise ; to bear about the piteous spectacle of his own' self-ruins; could he see my fevered eye, — feverish with my last night's repetition of the folly ; could he feel the body of the death which I cry hourly with feebler and feebler outcry to be delivered, — it were enough to make him dash the sparkling beverage to the earth in all the pride of its mantliutr temutution. Oh if a wish could transport me back to those days of youth ...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

TO THE SDITOBS OK THB COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. Gentlemek,— I hav«;freque41y, ' in looking over the oolumrus.of jh.Q.lfaomineri, (elbsutprisei, and Borry.toobsej^e^taatveryjnanyof thelettew, wntteq m thjtjugmal vary bo much with truth. Were they%ut filighiply ting^i or, \n& Laun» ceston Jils*-|pma of our large provincial towns in England, wb miarht feel disno'sed to find some excuse for the publisher. We nllknow that heJbas resided in this small town sufficiently long, to be personally acquainted with some of the individuals, whoiave been- week after week, falsely accused, in his jmper.' ' Now, because we cojriplain of this ?' A Sub scriber' of last week comes forth and says, 'Mr. Editor I have been much' amused, to see how tho conductors of the Advocate, make you responsible for every word, I hod almost said letter in the communication of a correspondent, &c.,.&c.' .If the publisher knows, what he is about to proclaim the world is false, and*) libel pn....

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. THE QUEEN'S TREATMENT OF A GIN DRINKER. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

TO THE EDITOIIS OP THB COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. THE QUEEN'S TREATMENT OF X OIK DRINKER. Gentlemen, To show in what way our gracious Queen Victoria treats those who indulge in in toxicating drinks, I extract the following from the Weekly Difpateh of the 7th August.—.* Con tributor. 'Prince of Wales?* Jfurxe ? It. mil ha re membered, that her Majesty selected the tiurse of the Prince of Wales from among the servants of King Leopold at Claremont, under the approval of Dr. Locock, from her very healthy appearance. Her husband was in his Majesty's establishment, and her father, a most industrious tradesman at Esher. The prospects of the whole family wew of course in the ascendant .under the Royal pa tronage, and the nurse on the day of the Christ ening, received at least' £150 in presents, and subsequently further sums to the amount of £5(kK Her perquisites, on weaning the Royal Infant, Heir Apparent to. the Throne,, were estimated at £2,000. From her own imprudence, however, she l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

Motto* «o Mr. £ewia . Cohen, 'Tailor. I HEREBY -give natloe to Mr. Lewis Cohen, Tailor, that unless *e takes-aw^y his good* left iin my (possession for 1-oaTd and lodging, they will be sold by Mr. Francis, at his Auction Matt, at the -expiration of fourteen days from this date. ISAAC JACOB. ? November 24th, 1842. JOB SIMS' S6TJUN3. N0TTCE V Hereby given that a dividend-of two ehillingfj and nine pence halfpenny in the pound, will be payable to -the creditors who have proved their debts on the above estate, at the office of fhe undersigned, in Brisbane-street, Launceston, on Wednesday, the J4th day of De cember ne*t. JOHN ATKINSON, Assignee. November 30th, 1842: \JtT ANTED ,an apsiatapJiajHJtwo#ippi«nti'ceV H Apply to jWns.'JtiDpK, Dj-ess j^keri &c, ClwleS'Street, next the Advertiser Office, Launceston. . ; ? ; Nprenjber30fli. ' , - ': WANTED XOSBltT; ' ?'?.. FOR the summer season, a Cottage, ftiraiehed or unfurnished, of not less than fire rooms, within a few miles of town. ...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

TO THE EDIT0E8 OF THB COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. Gentlemen, — -In your very excellent, but brief report of tbe first public meeting of the Si.' Joseph's Total Abstinence Society, there is one part of Mr. Shenvin's address which I think you have too imperfectly laid before the public. I UlCftn UIO ICUittilw JlUUUb bUC 'UbJ VI lUIMipLGIO ill taking the lead of their people in every good cause. Mr. Sherwin's remarks were *«ry per tinent: and he admirably supported them by his reference to tfie history ot the prie6ts going before the children of Isral at the crossing of Jordan, I think that there can be no sufficient reason phewn why' Christian ministers ought not to take the lead in the teetotal cause. It is right that we should inoke alt. due allowance for the pe cuniary interests— for the prejudices — and for the .wantof sufficient infofjpatjo,'n oh the part of men ' engaged in raerj»ntile'oif bttrnmerciarpursuits v but ' why. mwiwfew' should be deficient in in urination on a'sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

.STOICS. A LL persons having claims against the estate XI. of Mr. George Coulstock,lateof Millpark, deceased, are requested to furnish accounts thereof, in order to their being examined. And all parties indebted to said deceased, are hereby required to pay the same to the executors without 'ea-' THOMAS CLARK, Proctor for the Executors. Melbourne, September 2nd, 1842. HOR?XCVX.Ttra&X. SOCIETY. ri^HE Members and friends of this society are JL informed that the annual subscriptions be came due on the first of September last; and they are requested to pay their respective amounts without delay, the funds of the institution, in con sequence of the new arrangements, requiring all the support they can give, Mr. Edsall, at Mr. Uuderwood's, has been ap pointed to collect, and will wait on the members immediately. The committee have resolved that, in accordance with the plan adopted at Sydney and elsewhere all members are expected to pay their subscrip tions before the opening of the ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 December 1842

TO THE EDITORS OF TUB COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. Gentlemen, — A writer, signing himself ' A Subscriber,' in the Examiner of last week, 'pre- sumes, that the teetotallers are a different order of beings and not subject to the casualties, which occassionally throw into confusion the plans of common men.' v\ e would let ' Subscriber' into the secret, and inform him, that what we have abandoned (intoxicating drinks) is the cause of nine tenths, of the ' confusion, and casualties,' which afflict mankind. Teetotaller.

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. PROVISION. £ s. d. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

svjDsizi-z- pxtsctf cuaasNr. pro visions. £ s. d. Irish Beef, per tierce ? 7 / 1 Mess Pork, prime Irish, per barrel ',. 5 6 1 Hamburgh..; ? 4 10 0 Mess Beef (nominal) ? None. Hams .... English, per lb. ? 0: 1 0 Westphalia ? 0 0 10 Butter ? Irish,|ierlb ? 0 10 Dutch ? None. Cheese .;. -. Cheshire, per lb. ......... 0 20 Gloster ? Noue. Pine ? 0 1 6 Dutch ? 0 0 8 Herrings .. Red ? 0 0 0 Pickled ? 1 1. 0 Cod ? Newfoundland ? None. . SUGARS. English . . Refined, per lb. ? 0 0 JO Manilla .. First .qualifyi4-er ton.-,.,. . 20 0 0 Buurbon ? , ? ...:?...'...,.„, VWone. Java ? 'None. Siam ? ,?-... ? None. GRAIN AND FLOUR. Rice. .... PatnHjperbug ? 1 12 0 Java, per Jb.' ? ....,'... b 'O'M Carolina ? '. ? None.. Wheat .... Derw.cnt, per bushel . . . . ) Valparaiso ............- Nominal. Colonial.... ? t , Barley .... British ? ;. None., Gate ? Ditto., ? ,... None.-. Oatmeal .. Perlb. ? ? Q. 0*4 Flour .... 1st sort, per 100 lbs. 30s;to ;.J J P Second ditto, . . .-'.-«te. to P 1? ?;£ Third 'ditt...

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LAUNCESTON PRICE CURRENT CORRECTED TO DECEMBER 10, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

XAVNCESTON PSXCS CTmXlEHT. CCREKCTED TO DECEMBER 10, lrMS.. - £ s. d. £ a. d. Wholesale.- Retail. Rice— Patna...l-agof 168 lbs. 16 0 1 10 0 . Java.... ' «. Mktals— Iron, assorted... per ton 11 0 0 14 0 0 Copper, sheathing, per lb 0 13 0 2 0 Zinc, rolled . . . .per ton (scarce) Lead, rolled ? ' B8 0 0 32 0 0 Paint Oil — Bailed ? per gallon 0 6 0' 0 o Raw.. ? ' 0 6 0 0 7 0 Turpentine iu cans ' 0 8 6 O 12 0 Soap— London, Hawes..per ton 48 0 60 0 0 Liverpool ? ' 35 00 42 0 0 Mustard ? per bottle 0 1' 4- 0 £ -0 Vinegar ? per gall. 0 2 6 0 3 o Pickles ? ' 0 16 0 2 fl Honev, English, per lb. Colonial... ? 0 0 0 1 SuN-nniF.s — Rope, Europe, .per cwt. 3 0 0 4 4 0 Manilla ? ' 350 300 Coir ? ' Canvas ? ' White Lead, ground in kegs ? net- cwt. 2*20 260 Black PaUit. .. ' 2 0 0 0 0 0 Green Paint... ' 2 10 0 0 0 0 Tar, Stockholm .uarrel 1 10 0 0 0 0 American ? ' Coal ? ' 10 0 1 10 0 Pitch ? ' 2 0 0 0 0 0 Oil, shooks ? ' 2 10 0 0 0 0 Deal Plank, Norway, ft. 0 0 3J 0 0 0 Ametrican 0 0 0 0 J. U Gunpo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

lhe first. Productions in the Worldfor . THE HAIR! THE SKIN !! T^LE TEETH!!! ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, A VEGETABLE PRODUCTION. THE only article tliat produces and restores HAIR; nlso WHISKERS, MUSTAS CHIOS. and EYE-RHOWS ; prevents Hair from falliiiir off or turning grey to the latest period of life ; changes p;rey hair to its original coLonn — frees it from scurf, nnd make9 it beau tifully POFT. CUItLY. and GLOSSY. In dress ing HAIH, it keeps it firm in the curl, uninjured by dump tvcatltcr, crowded rooms, the dunce, or in the exercise, of ridinq. To Children, it is invalu able, as it hivs n foundation fur a BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR. On Purclmsinu- (BEWARE OF COUNTER FEITS!!) ask i'or ' Rowland's Macassah Oil' — and see that those; words are tin the en velope, with the Signature and Address, thus — A. ROWLAND & SON, 20. Hatton Garden, London, Couiiter-signeil ALEX. ROWLAND. To ensure the genuine article, see that the words ' Rinviandtx Macassar Oil,' an: ensraven on t\w back or...

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LONDON, August. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

- uu ' LONDON, August. Cork Exchange.— I'he little I'.nglith wheat leftover from .Monday, was held ill thai day's prices. The bus iness transacted iu Foreign haa been to u liir.iied ex tent, but the Weather being iint-cilled has created rather ; inure confidence iu. the. trade; there are but few buyers i uf cargoes afloat. Barley, peas, and beuusreinain un . altered in talue. but lne Miunlv of each article i- j small. The oat trade eotoiinues in a tery dull Elate. j The wheat crops bare mode great improvement on the day Muds during the lart week or ten days, nl. though generally the; }ield, «JII JifcHighl. , Spring corn is a promjbing crop ; mid1 turnips t(u»e siurled we'll, and . it is anticipated. will make u|- fur Ihe deficiency of the meudowi. J'iie pastures Buffered irueh furwant j , of rain prior to the grateful falU of hut week.—Zin- I | coin Mercury. -? ^

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA—Sep 9th [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

SOUTH AUSTUALIA— &7-f9tf. Colonial Fhoiiucp ? Wheat, 7s lid to 9s per bushel ; Flour, fine. 231. to 271. per tun ; Ditto, seconds, 201. ; Bran. Is 3d to Is 8d rer bushel; Hurley, 4s to bs. ; Oats, 7s to 8s. ; Maite, 8s to 10s. ; Potatoes. 61. lo 101. per ton ; licef, 3d to 6il per lb. ; Million. 3d to 5d. ; Vea| and I'.irk, 8d to lOd. : lircad. Hd to Kid per 41bs. ; Uut ler, fresh. Is 3d per lb. ; Cheese, 9d to Is. .Eggs, Is. 3d. to Is. (id. per dozen: Cabbages. Id each ;Carrnts, 3d. per birch ; Turnips, 4d. per dozen : Onions2d. to 3d. per lb. ; Leeks, Id. per bunch; Green l'eas, Is. 6d. CauliBowers, 2d to 3d.'; Lettuces, Id. each. Stock.— Fat Wethers, 40s lo 16s each; Ewes, Us to 11. ; Lutnbs, 6sto6s. 6d; Cattle. 41. to 81. ; Dairy coin, 81. io*I2I. ; l'jgs. I5«lo-j!l. 10s. ; Fowls, 3s per couple; Ducks, 5s per couple; Geese, ICs ; Turkeys. 15s each; | Working bullocks. 141. to '201. per pair; Horses, 201. lo ! 601. ; Gouts, 10s. to II. l«i. ;ltoasiers, 6s. ; Wild Dutks Is...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 December 1842

Sbi* ;»at)0 To MAURITIUS, per Vtborah, on Tucsdny, 13th instant, ? To LONDON, per Mono, on Wednesday 14th Dec. ? To LONDON, per Williams on or about 30tb Decem ber. ? To LONDON, per Adelaide on or about 10th January. . To LONDON, via Hobart Town, per Sultan, on round*?, 16th instant. ., ( . ' r, ... ,, , St. John JJ. JSwuvh, 1'oslmaiitr.

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