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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

UaunctHon £¥wn »««'? ARRIVALS. DrccmUr 26 —Schooner EisingVm, 123 tons, Tullock roaster, from Blackmail's 1% ; J. Griffiths, agent. In ballast December 27. —Barque Uwmai Harrison, 356 tons, Smith, master, from Hobart Town; Kerr & Co., n^cnts. Passenger, — Mrs. Smith. December SO — Brie Scout, 95 tons, Gwntkin master, from Port Phillip ; Willis & Co , agents. Passengers, Captain Volum, Messrs. Jackson and Allan, Kev. Siackhouse. December 30. — Schooner Richard Mount, 178 tons, Dkhsoh master, from .Mauritius; Henty& Co., agents. UEL'ARVUltES. December 2' — Ship Royal Saxm, 610 tons, Lodge, m.iSter, for Sydney; H. Uowline. agent. .Passengers, R. Towns, Esq., Air and Mrs. nlacarlhy, John Pep pers, Liobert I'Vosi. December 27 ? Brig IJmry, 107 tons. Tregiirtha, master, far Port J'hillip : Trvgurtlia, agent. Passenger, Dr. Salur. December 29 —Schooner Esslngton, 123 tons, Tulloch master, for Portland and Port I'airy ; J. Griffiths, agutil. Passenger, — Mrs. Tulloch...

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

THE LAUNCESTON COURIER TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1843. ' Hvll habits are so far from growing weaker from repeated - attempts to overcome them, that If th. y are not totally sub ' dued every struggle Increases their strength ; and a habit ' amwsed anil victorious, is more than t« Ire as strong as before ' the contest. The manner In which those who are weary of ' their tyranny endeavour to escape from them, appears by the ' event to be generally wrong ; they try to loose their chains, 11 and to retreat by the same degree! as they advanced, but ' before the deliverance can be completed, habit is sure to ' throw new chains upon lier fugitive. Nor can any hope to ' escape but those who, by an eli'ort sudden and violent, burst ' tbelr shackles at once, and leave her at a distance *' Dk. Samuel Johnson. A meeting of the Tasmanian Teetotal Soci ety will be held at Evandale, on Thursday next, the chair to be taken at seven o'clock. The usual meeting of the St. Joseph's Soci ety w...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

STONE'S? PRICE CVBBENr. PROVISIONS. £ S. d. Irish Beef, per tierce ? 7 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 3 AVestphalia ? 0 0 10 Butter ? Irish, per lb ? 0 1 0 Dutch ? None. Cheese .... Cheshire, per lb ? 020 Gloster. ? None. Pine ? 0 16 Dutch , ? .....r.T.. 0' 0 8. Herrings .. Red ? 0 0 0 Pickled ? 110 Cod ? Newfoundland ? None. SUGARS. English . . Refined, per lb ? 0 p 10 Manilla . . First quality, per ton .... 20 0 0 Bourbon ? None* Java ? None. Siam ? Np.np, GRAIN AND FLOOR. Rice .... Patna,perbug, ? 1 J2 0 Java, per lb., ? OD)) Carolina ? Nojip. Wheat .... Derwent, per bushel . . . . ~t Valparaiso ? - NoraineJ. Colonial ? ...j Barley .... British ? None. Oats ? Ditto. ..» ? None, : Oatmeal .. Per lb ? 0 0 4 Flour .... 1st sort, per 100 lbs. 20s. to 110 Second ditto ? 16s. to 0 18 0 Third ditto ? 16s. to 0 16 0 American, per barrel . ... 1 16 0 Printed and published for the proprietor,...

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FROM JOHN OSBORN, OF ST. MARY, NEWINGTON, TO GEORGE OSBORN, OF STOKE NEWINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

FROM JOHN OSBORN, OF ST. MARY, NEWIXGTON, TO GEORGE OSBORN, OF STOKE NEWINGTON. Brother George, — Allow me to use this fa miliar title, for though not yet a Reverend in the ordinary acceptation of the term, like yourself, yet occasionally I endeavour to imitate Him who went about doing good. Having myself faljen into the net of these ' Totalists,' and having read sundry works in their favor, and among the rest Shrewsbury's Lecture, I felt somewhat desirous to hear tlie . other side, and r.ither the more so as upon en- : quiring of a Wesleyan steward as to your cha racter, he said, rather significantly, ' Oh, he's one of your young preachers ;' and of Shrewsbury, he said, ?' he's a beloved man.' The said steward - not being a ' Totalist,' I took it for granted what he said was true, and was increasingly anxious to I read what ' the young preacher' had to say to the ' beloved man ;' and also your being a name- ; sake of mine, and ner chance a verv distant rein- i tion, combined to acc...

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LAUNCESTON PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DECEMBER 31, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

I.ATTWCESTON PRXCB CITXtBxikT CORRECTED TO DECEMBER. 81,-,184S. - RICB_ '*-*? :*** Patna...bagof 1081bs. ISO 1 io -A' Java.... « « Metals— Iron, assorted... per ton 11 0 0 14 0 0 Copper, sheathing, per lb 0 18 t- 2 0 Zinc, rolled . . . .per ton (scarce) Lead, rolled.... ' «8 0 0 32 0 0 Paint Oil— Boiled ? per gallon 0 5 0 0 0 Raw ? ' 0 6 0 9 7 u Turpentine .in cans ' 0 fc G\ 0 12 0 Soap— . : London, Hawes..per ton 48 0 68 0 0 Liverpool ? ' 35 0 0 42 0 0 Mustard ? .per bottle 0 14.020 Vinegar ? per gall. 0 2 0 0 3 0 Pickles ? ' 0 16 0 2 6 Honey, English, per lb. Colonial ? 0 0 Q 1 0 Sdndries — Rope, Europe, .per cwt. 3 0 0 4 4 0 Manilla ? ' 3 6 0 3 0 0 Coir ? ' Canvas ? ' White Lead, ground in kegs ? uerewt. 2 2 0 2 6 0 Black Paint. .. ' 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 Ainctrican 0 0 0 0 1 0 Gunpowder, biasing lb. 0...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

S-tjiu Mails To LONDON, per Mary Hay, on Friday 6ih January To LONDON, per Williams on or about 15th January To LONDON, per Adelaide on or about 15th January' To LONDON, per George, on or about 1st fcebruary' Sr. John E. LSkowne, Postmaster'

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I.—NATIONAL INDUSTRY AND WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

I. — NATIONAL INDUSTRY AND WEALTH. Intemperance has ever been ruinous in its con sequences to national industry . On careful in vestigation, it will be found that, national idleness and poverty bafe been the uniform concomitants of free indulgence in the use of intoxicating li quors. Tbe injurious effects of intemperance on industry were found by tbe late Parliamentary in vestigation to be ' extinction of disposition for practising any useful art or industrious occupa tion.' Such indeed will be found to be tbe uni versal tendency of this vice. Those who indulge in strong drink, have little inclination, or even capacity for improvement. Selfishness and apathy predominate in the character of tbe drunkard, and feelings of amendment, however frequently they may nrise, are quickly dissipated in tbe love of sensual gratification. Loss of time is another lamentable result of in dulgence in intoxicating liquors. It is impossible to estimate tbe amount and value of this loss. Time is the mea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

X.IFE ASSURANCE. rfflO THE CLERGY— The Directors at Sydney, 1 of THE AUSTRALASIAN LIFE IN SURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY, having had their attention drawn by enquiries on behalf of particular Congregations to tlie inability of the Ministers of these Colonies, to make ade quate provision for their Families, have determined to abiite five percent, on the premiums for every year of Life of Assurances upon the lives of the Clergy of all denominations. Atf&ralasiun Colonial and General Life As surance and Annuity Company, 126, Bishopgate street, corner of Comhill; and 14, Bridge-street, Sydney. Capital £200,000, in 2000 Shares. DIRECTORS : — Edward Barnard, Esq. H. Buckle, Esq. John H. Capper, Esq. G. Colquhoun, jun. Esq. J. Edwards Lvall, Esq. C. E. Mangles, Esq. J. B. Montefiore, Esq. J. H. Ravensbaw, Esq. Sir James Stirling William Walker, Esq. AUDITORS : — Sir H. F. Doyle, Bart. C. Richardson, Esq., 72, Cornhill. LAXJNCESTON RACES, 1843. THE above Maces will take place on Tuesda...

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GRAND TEETOTAL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

since, to some highly respectable gentlemen under the influence of brandy and water, and he should be ashamed to hear any child talk such absurd and ridiculous nonsense. Teetotaliem had been the means of re-making many a husband and many a wife ; many families had been restored to comfort, to respectability, and to happiness. But he might be told, ' You are only talking of the drunkard, this does not apply to us.' If any one in that large assembly were to make this remark, he (Mr. Chambers) would undertake, from his own knowledge, to name some person, equally res pectable, equal in rank and intelligence, who had become enBlaved to the vice, by the force of a habit, which he felt confident never would obtain the ' mastership over him. Therefore he said there was danger in moderation, and what he had said of the drunkard ought to be a warning for those who were following the road to drunkenness. When he looked around that meeting, and re flected upon the good order and quiet which had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

THE Launceston Courier and Teetotal Ad vocate will be published every Monday morning and despatched by that day's post to all parts of the country. The terms of Subscription ore 6s. 6d. per quarter, or One Pound per annum, if paid in advance. To Advertisers. ALL Advertisements inserted in this Journal are published gratuitously in the Laun ceeton Advertiser. All Advertisements sent from the Country must be pre-paid, or they will not be attended to. Our Terms for Advertising are the same as other Launceston Journals — under twelve lines 3s. Cd., and 3d. a line for all above twelve, each insertion. Unless the number of insertions be written on the manuscript, they.will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. figT No Advertisement, received after four o'clock on Saturday afternoon, can be inserted in the following Monday's publication, and none can be withdrawn after twelve o'clock on the fore going day. To Correspondents. ALL Communications intended for insertion in...

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BATH TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

BATH TOTAL ABSTINENCE ASSOCIATION. On Monday the sixth anniversary of the Bath Total Abstinence Association was celebrated by the usunl process, on of the members of the Asso ciation with bands of music, and line's and banners bearing inscriptions illustrative of tljcir principles. The clay was remarkably fine, and crowds of per sons were assembled to witness the spectacle. In the evening a Public Tea Meeting was held at the Guildhall wliich was attended by about 500 per sons, the greatest number of whom wore the tee total medal. The tea having been concluded and the tables cleared. The Rev. T. Spencer was called to the chair. In opening the business of the meeting, he ex pressed his rogret that he had Hot. from other engagements, been able to join in the procession of the morning1, and took the opportunity of answering a question which had bpen put to him respecting his joining in the procession. He had been asked if it would be any objection to him if a Roman Catholic Priest were ...

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TO THE PUBLIC. COPY OF ADDRESS PRINTED BY THE PRESS OF THE "TEETOTAL ADVOCATE," IN THE FIRST PROCESSION OF TEETOTALLERS, AT LAUNCESTON, VAN DIEMEN's LAND, ON THE 27TH DECEMBER, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

' TO THE PUBLIC. COPY OF ADDRESS TBIKTED BY THE PRESS OF THE 'TEETOTAL ADVOCATE,' IN THE FIHST PROCESSION OF TKETOTALLKRS, AT I.AUN CESTON, VAN DIKMEN's LAND, ON THE 27TH DECEMBER, 1S42. That this procession should be ridiculed by those who view the progress of Teetotalism with the jealous eye of self-interest, or regard the social reformation of mankind with thought less indifference, ought neithertoexcite surprise nor kindle indignation. The advocates of any principle opposed to public prejudices and popular predilections, are invariably attacked by ridicule, when they cannot be confuted by argument ; but the certainty and facility with which Teetotallers can triumph over the latter, is their noblest reason for submitting without reluctance to the former. Those, however, who divest their mindsof vulgar prejudices, and re gard with an impartial and moralising eye the demonstration now before them, will profit from the gratifying proofs of success and pros perity it affords. The spe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

MARRIED.-By special license, at the Scots church,     on Thursday, the 22nd instant, by the Rev. T. HASTIE, T. W. M'CULLOCH, ESQ., of Portland Bay, to MISS ANN M'DONALD, Launceston. DIED, on the 30th of April. 1842, off Cape Horn, the Rev. J. Orton, Wesleyan minister, on his way to England. He was sixteen years in the work of the Christian ministry, having been called out by the Wesleyan Committee in 1826, and sent to St. Ann's Bay, afterwards to Montego Bay, Bath and Bury at Ja- maica; in those places he laboured faithfully for several years, until his health failed under the pressure of the climate, and the extent of his labours, here his physical weakness was increased by improvement for preaching the Gospel to the poor degraded Negroes. After his liberty was procured he returned with his family to England, by this means his health was partially restor- ed, and the Committee expressed their sympathy with him, and confidence in him by Appointing him chair...

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Hobart Town Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 2 January 1843

Hobart Town shipping. Dec. 21. —Arrived the American ship Jefferson, from Wilmington, with 150 barrels sperm and 200 barrels black oil. Dec. 21.— Arrived the French ship Bourbon, from a whaling voyage, with 900 barrels black oil and 19 bundles whalebone. Dee. 21 — Arrived the schooner Oratuva, from New castle, with coals. Dec. 21.- Sailed the cutter Esther, for Sydney, with   wheat, potatoes, &c Dec. 22 - Arrived the barque Canada, Edgar master, from Canton 25th Sept., with a cargo of tea and sugar. Dec. 22. — Arrived the barque Duchess of Kent, Brit- tan master, from India, Oct. 18, with sundries. Pas sengers for this Port,— Dr. Barkie and Lieut. Rich mond of the Madras Army, Capt. M'Kenzie, lady, and four children. Dec. 22 - Arrived the barque Auriga, Ross master, from London, 28th August, with merchandize. Pas sengers,— Mr. and Mrs. B. Guy, Miss Guy, Mrs. Muskett, and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Grimsey, Mr. and Mra. Kelly, Dr. Hayes, and four steerage passeng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

SALES BY AUCTION. (Continued from first page.) To close Accounts; TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Mr. B. Francis, At his Rooms, on MONDAY, the 9th instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, SIX bags superior coffee 8 barrels crushed sugar 100 loaves refined ditto 11,000. No. 4 segars 8 barrels mess pork And a quantity of toys, hair brushes, tooth, nail, and shaving brushes. teems : — Under £30, cash ; above that sum, an approved endorsed bill at three months. GEOEG3TOWN. MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD HAS the pleasure to call the public attention to a Sale of Yaluable property at George Town, at the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on TUESDAY, the 24th instant, at 1 o'clock. The increased traffic to and from George Town, by means of the Steamer Gipsy — the rapid pas sage made by the Seahorse from and to Sydney and Port Phillip, must inevitably tend to increase the value of property at George Town. The opportunity now offered of obtaining resi dences, aud sites for villas at this beautiful water ing place — th...

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BATH TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

BATH TOTAL ABSTINENCE S0CIETV. (Continued from our last.] Mr. Cox then addressed the meeting, urging them to forget what was past, and look forward to what they yet had to do, for if tbey allowed any bickerings to rise amongst them, their usefulness would be at an end. Mr. Samuel Bowly, of Gloucester, a member of the Society of Friends. next addressed the meeting and was listened two with the greatest attention. He noticed the general admission that was made by all closes, of the evils of intemperance, and it was the prolific source of all the crime, misery, and wretchedness in the land and that it would be desirable if drunkenness could be got rid of altogether. Here then was a remedy proposed — all admited that if there were no drinking there would be no intemperance, and the remedy which was within the reach of every one, was to dis countenance it by leaving off the use of intoxica ting liquors altogether. Yet how astonishing it was in this country of high religious profession th...

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TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL AT SYDNEY. On the 26th December the members of the St. Patrick's and Australian Total Abstinence So cieties met ia Hyde Park about two o'clock, where they arranged themselves into a procession, and, accompanied by two bands belonging to the societies, thev proceeded to walk throusrh the principal streets of the city, carrying several neat and appropriate banners. The members of the St. Patrick's band were dressed in a very neat uniform, and acquitted themselves very creditably, considering the short time in which they have been practising. In tbe evening, a large tea-party was given in the Old Court-house, Castlereagh-street, at which the Very Reverend the Vicar-General presided. On tbe platform we observed the Right Wor shipful the Mayor, the Rev. Messrs. M'Encroe, Breunan, Grant, Dunphy, Kenny, and Farrelly ; Captain O'Coniiell, Alderman Wilshire, Coun cillors Egan, Macdermott, aud Neale ; Doctors Haructt and Little; Mr. Miles, the Superinten dent of Police ; a...

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WHICH AUTHORISE THE TRAFFIC IN ARDENT SPIRITS AS A DRINK, MORALLY WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

?WHICH AUTHORISE THE TRAFFIC IN ARDENT SPIRITS AS A DRINK, MORALLY WROKG. The American Temperance Society, at the com mencement, took the ground, that to drink ardent spirit is morally wrong ; and in their reports they have exhibited the reasons which demonstrate this truth. Millions in this country have embraced this truth, and are now acting under its influence. Its influence has also been extended to other coun tries, and great numbers in foreign lands are iiniuiuug uur e&uuipie. The next position taken by the society, was, that it is wicked to make ardent spirit, or to furnish it to be drank by others. This too they accompanied by legitimate and abundant proof, and it has been embraced ; as whole counties in which it is now a violation even of human law to sell it, and if a thousand churches in which there is not a man who prosecutes the business, and thousands of other churches that are struggling to throw off the mighty incubus, abundantly testify. It is shown also by ...

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FATHER MATHEW IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

FATHER MATHEW IN GLASGOW. Monday the 15th August, being the day on wliicli the dedication of the Church of St jiiury was to take place, and it being known that the Apostle oi Temperance was to preach upon the occasion, the utmost interest was excited, both to see the interior of the splendid edifice, and to hear a divine who has caused Kiwh a epncntm,, »i,..,,,.~i. out the civilized world. There were, on this solemn occasion, upwards of fifty vocal and instrumental performers, in cluding the splendid baud of the 66th regiment, kmdly granted for the occasion by Colonel John ston. The music selected frjm Haydn, Handel, Hummel, and Guynemer. was performed in fiist rate style, and ably conducted and led by Messrs. lhcmson. On this august occasion there were present nearly all the bishops and clergy of Scot land, amongst whom were the Right Rev. and venerable Bishop Scott, the Right Hev. Dr Gilles, Bishop of Edinburgh, the Right Rev. Bishop Murdoch, .who officiated upon the occa sion, .a...

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MEETING ON THE GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 9 January 1843

MEETING ON THE GREEN. ' On returning to the Green, Captain Miller found it impossible, owing to the crowd which had already surrounded and ccvered the hustings, to allow the bodies forming the procession to take their places in the order in which they came, con sequently a little confusion ensued, and by and bye the greater part of the procession came to a stand. The carnage of Father Mathew, by this time hod got to tbe centre of the crowd, and shortly before it neared the hustings the greatest excitement prevailed amongst the people to obtain a peep of the Apostle. The hustings were densely crowded by the teetotal leaders and strangers from a distance. Amongst others we observed the Rev. George Harris, Unitarian Minister from Edinburgh, Rev. Patrick JBrewater from Paisley, Messrs. Murray of Bowling Bay, Shanks of Johnstone, and various other distinguished friends of teetotalism. When the carriages approached the hustings, to the great disappointment of the multitude, no Father Math...

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