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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

Corn fflarfctt. ?We do not dear that the impioved stole tf the Corn Market in Sydney, Irat operated in the slghest degree upon nuns — some speculators who have wheat on hand, have seized the opportunity of fir. warding it on -to Sydney, where it may arrive in time-to fetch 7s. per bushel. We strongly suspect that the present advance in the market, is a na. nntuvre of tlic millers, who are looking out for Go vernment coritrapfe, and that as sooa as (bey are takeq, the prices will again fall. Wheat nin not lie quoted higher than Ss ? barley fi- . to & CJ: i oats 4s. d. to St. Fine flour IBs., teconds- IS*, per lOOlbs. Wheat per liuvliil 3s. to 4s. 6d. ; oats ditto (is tl t« 7(i.}Jiar)i-v do. &. to 7s. ; Slay per ton ±5 10s tnltC-lOfc.; straw do. 4 8 6s. to i 8 10s. j potatoe £i\fi£S; wuttic bark f2 10s. to f2 IS ? CoimiKR

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PRINCIPAL SUPERINTENDANT'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, Nov. 16, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

PRINCIPAL SOI'tHINTEK'UANT'S OFFICE, . Hobart Town, Nov. 16, .1886. The Principal Superintenrlnnt, having received intelligence, of the sailinir of a Prison. Ship from England with Female Convicts; all persojis re quiring Servants aie requested to foiwaid their ap plications to tbis Office immediately. . H..GUNN, : For the. Principal Superintcndant.

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THE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

-: TOE SYiWKT MARKETS. QliiklK— The idea of the failure of the crops on tlic tenter Hunter, mid the limited slock of good Dntqnt'winat'in market, bus given an impetus to tic market, and several parcels of wheat have chungcd 'jiandtV . One parcel of f-aunccston.of nbout fihJQ.WisWl*. Ims been bought at 7s., und another purcet.uf S000 builiels has changed hands at 6s fid. grvent thnuninri bushels of DutiUic has been sold atSn'tOu. and even someivhat under. There is now mnre'dcmaiid in tliis market, ahd a tendency to * ii*.' Fiona— The Mills have suddenly raised tlicir privet «f 1i«t. from 13s. to 18s. Foreign has ulin experienced an advance, but nothing in it lias been done to extent. Sbcin— Small sales have been made at £85, and it iVnld.evcn under, but iarge holders are firm at j£ 88. Little import it cupecti-d for some time, and as tne inland demand is now coming into market, there'!* every 'probability that prices will be sus tained ? ? ; tfii— Large holders are firm at £€, and st...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

9i)H«t4 of tilt JHoon liist quarter— Jlst Nov.— 3 nits, past 8 afternoon. .? («.„,, Z~TDay jDay length Bay lEquation Nov.8.™ ^? light ligtt of decre. or I''* f' |btgin»|ennB day j »es. time. 3, |4 8(fr-a4|g ao|8»014^8|6 o' 'j*| ftlgt) OBattr at Eauntrtton. . K. ?. H. If. Sunday .... 4 001 Wedheriay .. 6 IS Monday.... 6 46 J Thursday....; J 00 Tuesday.... S SO 1 Friday ? 7 45' Saturday , ? 8 K ? Wk. BinnaH, Harbour Master.

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THE "CHARLES EATON." [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

THE 'OTAW.ES EATON.' . Bit MajatrV whooner Umpku, Cartain- I«w»i ?nfrto ynUrif, Asp a ormae to Torres' fttaits, iaat^tc^tswwCTitpMr^bTSin^il^^ all*a«dt. te turned *- Port«cctrrfulintheir(e«pea«M(»r: Hie «hrr*Biiaibs dr the passengers andcrew.Jiicept the/ortunate fire who reached Timor) being an apprentice fwy, and a child about four yean of age, the youngest*™ of Captain D'Oyley, one of the pattengeff in the Cuiftua Eitoh. The twb bo)* were found (as we understand) upon Daruley't Island, white they had been living in a state or nudity with the natives for more than two yean. Captain Lewis W considerable difficulty in recorering the boys.in which he even, tuallr succeeded, with presents, &c. In fact, %o much were the caragn attached to their prisoners, that they could tardly bo persuaded to relinquish them. Young D'Oyley could not speak a word of English, being but two years old when first in the bands of the natives, and when brought down upon the shoulders of one of the Chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

JfffiW STORE. EVA.NDA.LE, KEW RIVER, HUB CtTTll* HlBCLiV'B. , 1 THE TJndersigocd, respectfully informs his - Frienilun)-) the JnhiVitantjof Evandaie.am! the Districttaround.that he intends OPENING a ?'. fiBAVCH STO R E Crom ii« Stare in Charles ' street; Laiincestou, in aboiita' fort niplit— where in ' will keep a GENERAL -ASSORTMENT OF : GOO PS. of tie Ikstr dflWptiw. PfiQAtt in BOARDS and FLANK. Particulars in a fu ture advertisement. .,.„.,. JQ5EPH S&LOMQN. EvanaaWNBy. 18. ft -8. ? ' I WINE AND BEER. f OK SALE, at the Stores or the Undersigned, \ ton in ? wdfi-datea cases ? ? ? - Sherry in ditto -t Madeira in ditto J Champaigne in basket* and cases, IA-i each Taylor's draft porter . , : Oliobarii ale and porter.in « and 6 dot casta. HENRY REED, Hot. 19, 18B6. ' ?~^ MUSIC .n . A VARIETY of Song», Duett, Quadrilles, Cott ?*V cert Pieces; &c« bound, to be told at from 10s. 6d. to !«?: tachpart, being half the publishing ( ptict* A square Hano-Forte, with additional k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

FROM THIS GAZMTIi. November 18, 183C. Roads Office, 8th Nov., 1886. TiEQUIRED fur the use of the Road Depurt **? rncnt at Mount Direction, River Tamar, four terriceable diaught bullocks. Pro|-otals will be receired by Mr. Dairson, Town Surveyor, Launceaton, until the 25th instant. Alcx. Ciibvxb, Director General of Roads and Bridge Post-office, J/uuucerton, 1st Korember, 1836. »T«HE follotving ship letters having been put into *? the Unpaid Box, since Hie 1st ultimo, arc lying in this Office for the sea postage :— Kkcvind — Rliat £. Jackson, London, Edward Allcott, Hereford. N*w SoorH Witm.— Mr. Streeb, Sydney. PoRtPniLtir.— George Russell,' E. D.' Fer guton. ' C*« of Good How: ? Mra. Field, Ulaek Manh. St. Jobk E. Browjtb, Postjna»ter. Internal Revenue Office, November 1C, 18SC. TITLE DEEDS. OEEDS or Grant in favor of those individuals whose names are bereunder mentioned, arc uow.ready to bo issued, on payment of the amount due thctcou to the Cro»n. o , LANDS GRANTED. \V. Kingliorn...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

8HIP 'g-tSgMEWS. Nov. 18.— Arrived the Usury, Whiting, from Hurt Phillip. Nov. 21— Arrived tlic Jim, Hay, from Sydney, with 99 pieces cedar, IS boxes tea. Nov. 24 ? Arrived tlie Wiiium. Toon, trom Sydney, with a ireneral cargo. P«rengere_TlioniM ?W»llter. &1-, Un Walker. 7 cht^di-cn and 8W »ants, W. M*nn. Esq., Mr. Taylor, Sir. BrounyS. Rnn, John ttfUjskie, Ml*. Combs, W. ftimhiK, John Tavis, JobnWki*, John Williams.- ' . f : Nov.— 9i Arrived the Suit *mc. Dempster, from -Portland Bay, with 15 pigs. Nov. 2G.— Sailed the Sta, for Sydney. Cargo— MOO bushels of wheat, 110 biffs flour, 20 hhds pt-r- Ur, IS bundles doth. 1 bale paper, 2 casei prints. Passenger— Mra. Gorman. Nov. 28.-r-8t.Ucd the Gu, Duulop, for Sydney, with 8080 bushels wheat. aoBisr toot* mot -men. The Bounces, Capt. Wright, proceeds to Port Phillip, to load with wool, the produce of that *et tlement, for London. The Cihilu, Eveline and Skim, are loading for London. ? The Mint, Beicbcboitt, for london, deaied ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

6 AtESJiy AUCTION. CAMPUELL TOWN. MR 6TRACEV Will tell by Public Auction, on Wednesday, the SOtli instant, at 12o'clocl£, at Mr. Uoee'* Pens. CawplieUgfmvn, , ... '1'tmttE HUNORGD PrimeyeaMld Wethen/ * wbicli.hc isrequotcd to state are worthy nar. ticular attention. .. ? , . . .. .... „.,, . . 1U0j ?- ? ? ? One very line MARE, «t for either plough', cut, or draft of any dctaiption, 'and '» few TAME' CATTLE. ?,.... Tjwm— Approved SjUs at three months. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MR. STRACEY, After the Salebf Sheep, *c., on tbe«Oth inctant ? at Mr. Hogg's, Campbell Town, . A GRANT OF LAND, comprising 2,7iO acres, within about 19 miles of launceston, particu larly well watered, lightly timbered, diversified somewhat in toil, affording strong clay, good free stone, end two or three mounds of lime stone. The face or this land presents probably the most valuable uhiithitheatre of hills in the island, and as a sheep ruffe, tfo fcrronger proof or its value need be adduced, than, the fac...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. NOV. 26, 1836. 11 Ubertv with danger U to bs preferred to sUvcry .-wilt MearKy-?.- g,i.i.o,» It was not our intention so soon again to bring   the Lawyers and their vile practices, under the no tice of the public, had not we been requested to ex-. plain the circumstances attending the case alluded to in our last number, in which a Practitioner re ceived from a person desirous to submit his affairs to the cognizance of a Commissioner of the Supreme Court— a Cart and four Bullocks worth seventy pounds ! by the way of securing to himself repay ment of the usual feel of an Insolvency process. We are informed that the communication we gave insertion to, is untrue— inasmuch as the cart and bullocks were valued by the owner of them upon his making them over to the Practitioner, at Fifty Pounds— and were not worth seventy pounds. We are not anxious to contest the point, notwithstanding we know, that it must be a sorry pair of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

CAR^ELL. / I Tibe -W by. Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, oTtDSSDAT. the 6th of :December, »t the , ^VsHsStbeiiBUncestonfloteL St. John-street, Immediatelyafter the Agricultural Show, I ri ^thoWK^*^.^*R^K^! - I .tv Lord Mounteharlet. foale4-n 1828, «ot try ifoodaPuit; winner of the Great St. Legenn §25 put of Strumpet, the dam oMSir Roger. iSon.'ana Harlotry Cambletonian, -winner of, j JcstLkMr in 17W.W dam by Moss Rose, fcy j , ^?F^to^eUtb»n*ofhi.dayfaEngl»nd,-,ut J ^Sw*W**^ »~ **- 'bite, J f ? '16 hands, of e'»» power and bone. . Bi£_Band 6montnscreditonappiovedbills [ lobetiuldhy Public Aiutvm, 0 «y MR. J A. EDDIE, J OnTBESD*Y.»ece!nl*ftf, at 19 I o'clock, «t liif ,. Rooms. «? John-street, by order of t*e Assignee. ? HfJne inioWent estate of James Hill, of Laun ?%7|-ACRE9, more or Itm, of valuable LAND 7' on the North Esk'JUver, . ? - ? An AlhVutof Lund in Launce.ton ; and all the STOCK-IN-TRADE. 4c., removedforthe conve nience of sale to the above Auction Rooms, lull partkulm j...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

By the William, Captain Thorn, arrived on Wednesday last, we have files of the Sydney Jour- nals to the 18th instant inclusive. The state of the Markets will be found on the other side. We have extracted largely from the several papers. It w be observed that Mr. Cameron, late of the Theatre in the Colony, has permanently engaged with the Manager of the Sydney Theatre. He was favour- ably received — this we are glad to obse trust he may succeed in his profession, and be enabled to derive from it ample remuneration, and that he will not FORGET his pecuniary engagements here, when he has it in his power to cancel them. Surveyor-General Mitchell has returned from his expedition ofdiscovery, which is reported to been very interesting. He ran over and surveyed a tract of country "replete with the finest possible   pasturage— irrigated with innumerable streams," some 400 or 500 miles square, to which he was pleased to bestow the name of Australia Felix." As is usual, however, ...

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Launccston Brtail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

ftiuincctfton ttrtatl $}«'« Curnitt. £ c d. £ *? i Ale. per hhd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 IS 6 ' Htrkperton S 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer perlibd. 4 10 D Coffee jwrlb bagO 0 10 Hread(«b.loar)0 0 6 Cheese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt 1 10 0 Hams perdo. 0 10 Butter per Ib. 0 2 CSBltperton * 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 H»ms per ib. 0 2 01. France sugar 85 0 t Bacon perditto 0 1 8 E. 1. do. per Ib. 0 0 4 Beer per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per III. bog 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 -? 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7 l'orkpeilb. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 0 Veal pet ditto 0 0 8 Ditto iu loud 0 4 4 Chocolate per 100 S 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do, 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 £ 0 .Candlesfinnulds 0 10 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 ' Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto n bond 0 4 0 Effi- per do7-en 0 3 0 Tea per chest 6 0 0 Jlran pt-r bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 £ Tobacco do. bond 0 I 0 liny .per ton 5 0 0 Do. da. duty paid 0 3 3 Hides each (uvgO 7 0 Cigais per hoi 4 - 0 Hups per ib. 0 ...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. .CARWbLL. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, On TUESDAY, the 6th -«f' December, at the ' yards »T tbe Xwjiueestouaiatcl, St. John-street lmmeoiately after the Agricultural Show, ' 1 HAT tboiough-lrod Horse; OARWELL, bred ? by lord Mountcherles, foaled in 1828, mi uv FilhodaPuta, winner of the Great St. Leierin 182S, out of Strumpet, the dam of Sir iw Vexation, and Harlot, by Camblctonian, winner or the St. Leger in 179S, her dam by Moss Bote bv Sir Pcte,r, the best horse of his day in England out if Attraction, Magnet, Ac. . . CARWELL ic a dark brown, free from white stands 16 bands, of great power and bone. -r ' Tesms — 8 wid 6 months credit on approved tills VALUABLE PHOPmtTV. To be Sold by Public Auction BY MR. UNDERWOOD,' On the Premises, on TCESDiV, the 6th Dec., at 1 o'clock precisely, A LL those Valuable Premises iu Cirnitierc-street, lately occupied by Mr. 3. A. IIkovvn, com prising— A substantial brick-built Dwelling House, suit ed for a respe...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

Corn iHmlttt. Wheat is a little on the rise— the narket price being 5s. 61. per busiiei ; Oats and Bailey as per last quotation Fine flour 18s. J]00,. Seconds ISt.^ Wheat per tmshcl, from 8s. '9d. to 4t. Cd. ; oats 6». 91 to 7s. Ci. ; barley 6s. 6d. to 7s. ; bay tS 10s to £6 ; straw i'S 8s. ; firewood 8a. per load ; wattle bark f - 15s to i.8 ; fowls 5s. t» (if. per couple ; ducks fis to 7« J fresh butter 2s per !b. — Codjueb.

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Pha[?] of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

?fastis of tljt fHoon. List ijuarter — ?lrt Nov. — 2 rats, past 6 afternoon Z~~ JteP]D»y length Day JiSi1uat,o1i S™. light light of decrca of ? tet8 beginnjeiids] day ses/] time. S$ J4 8lj,- 29js 10J8 S0J14 Sslfi 10 j ^Jj*'

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High Water at La[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

ftigij SHattv nt fciuutrtStoa. B. B. II. H. Sunday .... 9 00 Wednesday ..11 15 Monday .... 9 iS [ Thursday .... Meridian. Tuesday ? 10 80 . Friday ? 12 45 Saturday ? .' 1 80 ? J. El Bitkmik, Harbour Master .

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

Tbe following addition to the advcniicment, signet-' 11ICHAAD WELSH, alias FUR LONG,' cuine too late to receive attention in IU proper place. After Jackson— read—' Grant ed by Government to RlcuuiD Welsh, and mea- ' ?urcd hy Mr. Scott, 8urvcyor.'_-Arier Birdin Hand— read— ?? purchased property, left to him I try Deed of gift. The writings can be produced.' Rums have taken a great rise in the London niar ket, which had for tome time maintained no unusual briskness— Brandy and Hollands were dull of sale. The immense demand for iron in tne construction ?f Rail Jloadi, which arc flow so very general throughout England, has materially affected the price of it. It is stated in a London paper that it will rise still more. ? The ALSXiKDER Johvbtdni, MM«t)-, from this Pott, March 11— arrived at Liverpool ; the K.w kear, Mallard, from Syduey 83rd March— arrived off Portland; the Wabhiob, Stone, from Sydney, 16th March— arrived in the Downs ; the Wiu.uk, Cbukc, from Sydney, 16th March— arrived...

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FRENCH BRANDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

FRENCH BRAN9Y, -Ah, ha. Mr. Englishman ! vnyez t'ci Dc grandest specific to banish ennui, Ifcpu is a numner'of French eau de vie ; So here's the roast beef of old England, Wash'd down by the pure Coniac.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

SHIP WNEWS. Ore l—Arrivi-d the Atjeuiue, Captain M'Clei laad, from Port Phillip. Dec. S— Arrived the Fbiscis Fbeelinc, Cap tain Pollock, from Port Phillip. Dw. 2 -Arrived the Thibti,*, Captain Mills, iroin iron k airy, aouiii ftuiuM»i»iiu*i ,.,*....«... Dec. 8— Armed the A»», Captain Virtue, from J.Midon, with » general cargo. Passengers, Me. and Mrs. Sheppetd, add two children, Mitt Peck, Mr. Bert, Mr. Scott, Sir. Unit, Frederick Jones, Frcierick Hdlinjjworth, Samuel Cox, James Owen Tailor. Dec 8— Arrived the Estertmm, Captain Hun ter, from Port Phillip end Circular Bead. . Cargo, 1 horse, 1 bullock, 1 cow and calf, »nd S bull*, for the Agricultural Show. Dpp. 1— Sailed the Fiuhcis FfUtBUNQ, Captain Pollock, for Sydney. Disc 1— Sailed the Wiluaw, for Sydney. Cargo sundries. Passengers, Messrs. Exley, Marwood, W. Divh, Wild, \V. Biliniug, Lynch, P. Hands, Mrs. Hill and Miss King. HOB4BT TOWS SBIP WEW*, Dee. I ? Amrtd the trig Sarah, from London, with merchandize -and passengers. Dec...

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