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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836
SHERIFFS OFFICE, Eaunceston, 7thDec, 18SG. Ih the Siranai Codbt. Gilles, twine, &c., v. Weir and anr., fi. fa. ON SATURDAY, the 17th day of December, (by adjournment),, at 12 o'clock, tUe Sheriff jrjUcnusetbbes^dliyPubuVanctioB, on the pre mises of the defendants, situate in York^reet, Launceston, a large quantity of Building Matcri. all, consisting of cedar in plank Mid logs, pine, sheet lead, and (tone for pavinfejs.- Alto, a number of books, and asmall quantity of household furniture, the property of the above-named defendants, unless thii execution ,be previously satisfied; And on MON DAY, die lStbday or December, at'JL li'dock, nt tie Court Home, in Launceston, all the right, title, and interest of th% defendants in andjEo five Allot monts of Ian jfparticulan of whicnivill be here after given, together with «icli buildings as may be ' thereon erected. , ? . ' ? ?'i ., aHEflFFsTa-riCE; — ' . . ? Launceston,' 7th Dec., 1886. In to* Sumiehb, Court. :'??? .;?. ?' ?,-??? ? ,...
ANOTHER NEW COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
??w^t^^— ANOTHER NEW COLONY. A new Colony has been planted 011 the South east of New Holland, between the new Province of South Australia nnd the South-cast coiner or New South Wales. The place or settlement is called Port Philip. The settlers consist of persons who have emigrated from T-aunccston in A'an Dic nicn's fand, whence Port Philip is distant about thirty hours' sail. They have taken possession of a great quantity nf land, under pretended treaties with the natives ; nnd hold the land in defiance or A proclamation by Sic RtciufiD Doubke, the Go vernor of New South Wales, who very justly treats them as invaders and usurpers of the tc ritory sub ject to his Government. In other parts of New South Wales, no waste or public lands can be ob tnhiiwi ivitiinnt nurrliQw ? hprp it lmE hppn nbtninpil by seizure in defiance of the law. Though the Go vernment of New South Wales was unable to pre vent this invasion of its territory, the Government of Van Dicmcn's .Land might easily have ...
INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. FROM CHAMBERS The American War Intelligence.[Continued from our last.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
. raoH ciUMBEns'a INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. QEtjc ffaicriran Wiay of Sntti)ciiDtntc [Continued from^o«rJast,JJ^»., ^ alarmed. The militia were ordered: mil, aiiS ihe two parties were on the eve of an engagement But at length the torics were dispersed, and they, gave, no more trouble ut that lime. Tlic provincials in South Carolina continued (n be very active. They captured Fort Johnwn, on James's Island, in Charleston!! Ilurbour, mid j loc al baltciicEou Puitit Huddrel. The i£i glish tliips were at last driven off. The licit ihii g M'ilii I he people was to rend an expedition alU'« mi KuglMi vessel laden with powder, which was aiirlmred 011 tlic bank, called the Bar of Si. August'.?, 11 town on the coast of East Floiida. She wns talun, ami 15,000 His. of powder were carried to Clrnt lest own. In North Carolina, the provincial confirm mix-d 1000 regular militin, and 3000 iniiiutc-iiicn. Tl.u English Governor, Martin, disliked the n|-|-eiuei:cc of things, and endeavoured to muMcr a ...
This Ebenings Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
Ci)ti( «£btniita'» fHail. At the rrgatta at Hobart Town,(rcstcrday)twelve boaU Matted for the prize. The boat or the Hekbv Pobchbr came in Bret, that or the Atwicx the se cond, Mr. Evans's the third, and the Eodoiia's the fourth. Mr. Winter's was the foremost or the losing Mr. Elliott, ton of Captain Honorable G. E'liott, Jford of the Admiralty, comes out witii Sir John Franklin. Sir John Franklin was presented to the King on the 29th August, by Lord Glenclg, on proceeding to Van Diemen's Land, as Lieutenant Governor, ?1 was Captain Maconoehie, for the same destination. In the Commons House, on the 17th August, bird JonnttJucsell «M tlret all the prisoners trails ported for rioting, 246 in number, had received free . pardons and passages homo. j Parliament was prorogued by the King in person, I on the 20th August. . I THE GAZETTE.- One hundred sovereigns and a free pardon, arc offered for the discovery of the murderer of Mrs. Mills. Captain King announces, that he has jiot liccn A'l...
Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
*auiue«ton ttrtml $tiu Curmit. f .. d. £ *. d. Ale, per hM. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 13 6 Bark per ton S 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 IS 6 Beer per hhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per ib bag 0 1 0 Bread(41b.loaf)0 0 8 Cheeiepet Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt. 1 JO 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per Ib. 0 2 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Haroinerlb. « 2 0 1. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto O 1 B E. L do. per Ib. 0 0 0 Beef per Ik. « 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 0 Pork pel Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 IS 7 Veal pei ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Chocolate per ibO 5 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 4 Cheese per do. 0 J 0 Ditto in land 0 S 0 Candlesrmoulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 IS 0 Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 Oj Eggs per dozen 0 2 0 Tea pcrcliest C 0 0 Bran per bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 2 q Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 fi Tobacco do. bond 0 1 q Hay per ton 5 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 3 0 Hides earh(avg0 7 0 Cigars per box 4 t q Hops per Ib. 0 2 0 Tor...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
SHIP xffiV NEWS. Dec 18— Armed the barque AbaBian, from Pott Fairy, with oil, 4c. for the London market. Same day— Arrived theschooncrEiai.it, Captain Fauthrop, tram Bobart 'Town, Passengcis, Mr. & Mr.. Umplcby, Mr. T. H. Vaughap, and H. Alai wcll. Ugc, 10— Sailed the schooner Ektobtoizs, Cap tain Hunter,1 'tor Port Phillip, with goods, cattle, &c. Dec. 12— Sailed the schooner Sailt Ann, for South Australia. Same day— Sailed the Jemima for the same place Dec 11— Sailed the schooner Adelaide, for Fort Phillip, with £00 cheep. BOBABT TOWN SHIP JTBWS. Dec. 9— Arrived the barque Statesman, Captain Itowctt, from Liverpool 223 August, with a general , cargo and passengers. Dec. 11— The schooner fmtturitv, Captain Run- , die, tailed with goods for Launceston. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
SAIxES BY AUCTION, fl NOTICE.— Ihe Sale..f DEALS, '«IrertiseiH«| take place on Thursday, 15tti Deccitlbw, B I postponed until Xyiday, tlieSSrd instant- 1 ?????' ? J. A. EDDrt. J Dec. 17, 168G. I Monthly &ulc of StochA a r Perth . jfa MR. RICHARD WHlJO, PUBLICLY NOTIFIES THAT HIS »«? 5» II S A h E OF C ATTL E,ft AND OF ALL _ II Desription of Stock 1 AT PERTH, vA WIIA TAKE PLACE DM THE rilEMIEBS OT TBS B ' Saint Andrew's Inn, I OX MONDA Y, \9th DECEMBER* n TO COMAIEVCE AT 1 O'CLOCK FKECISEI.)i II When will be itibmitted to I'tiblic com- II petition teerral htad of II Fine Cattle, FIT FOR THE KNIFE, 8 Houses. Cow s, SHEEP. &c. &C. Persons desirous of selling STOCK at the *-** Sale, will please favor the Auctioneer with their1'* struetions, two or three days previous to the »»«?
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
Co lilt EBitor. Sib, — Again 1 must trouble you with a fact or two touching your efficient Police Magistrate. On Monday last, the mate of the schooner Low «tofp, was sentenced by the Police Magistrate to two months to the Treadmill for drunkenness. He is at large ! ! When the Police Magistrate Sncd toe soldier ft. for using obscene language, he declared whin fan got outside tie office that he .woujd niit pay U— anil was taken back before hit Worship by same couwta Met, who stated his refusal. * Let him go said the young gentleman P. P. M-, 1-will make iiuupay ', — and the oiao m» permitted to go at largo. Is this conduct derogatory or not to the character of a Magistrate ?— Youi't, E.S. - 16th Dec, 1886. The following Lint comprizes the BEAband tail of Colonel ArthurU Magistrates, now distributing Justice in the Town ot Lzuucetton, viz. ; ? 1 Commissioner of Requests 1 Paid Police Magistrate 1 Port Officer 1 Assistant Colonial Surgeon 1 -Overseer «f Public Works - - ? . 1 Sub Treasu...
MR. KERMODE'S STATEMENT OF FACTS. RELATING TO THE RECENT ALTER- CATION BETWEEN MESSRS. GREGSON, JELLICOE, AND ARTHUR:— [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
MR. KERMODE'S STATEMENT OF FACTS, J1EI.AT1NG TO THE 11BCENT ALTER CATION BETWEEN MESSRS. GREGSON, JE1.LIC0E, AND ARTH1 R :— The conduct ofMcsnn. Henry Jcllieoeand Henry Arthur, has rendered it necessary and due to Mr. Grcgson, that 1 should, as his friend, publish a narrative of the Tacts and circumstances connected with the transaction wliieh led to the personal clms tiscments of Mcbrs. Jellicoc and Arthur, that indi viduals may judge as to the conduct or the uartics concerned, 1 shall Crst give the statement of Mr. Gregson, made to me, on my agreeing to act at hh friend : ? ' It was communicated to me, very recently, in a company of several gentlemen, that Mr. Jellicoc iiad been circulating a report that he had, on one occasion, called me out, and 'that Iliad rtruwd to inert aim,' To Uiu communicator, I observed, ? that »t was Ike. first time that I had ever heard or j sucha thing— Oiat it wai quite untrue— that Mr. '? Jellicoc was well known to be a cowardly, con temptiuie creatu...
EX"ALEXANDER JOHNSTONE," FROM LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
KX ' AUHINBBH JOHSSTO.VS,'.' WOJf 11 VXCXSTOX. EW&Co. over A— 4 bales 2i ii perlb., 7 ditto & 4}d., 6 ditto 2s 5d., 1 ditto Is C(d., 1 do. Is. 5d. Elf&Co. orcr A— * bales 2s lid. perlb., 3 do. Is Hid, 2 ditto 2s , 1 do. Is 10ld., I do. 'AM. EW 4 Co. over W— S b»lc« Is 2'd. iiei III , 7do. 2iSd:,4do.2s2d.,7do.-2sld.,Sdo. Is lid., 2.do. 2s l|dM,S bale* Is Bd. . r.W & Ca. over It— 1 bale 2s Id. per Ib., I bale U6d., 3do. 16|d., SbaletlCd. EW & Co. over X—* Ulet St H., perlb., 1 bale is., S bales 2s Id., 2 bales Is il-d. AMD-S bxl« Ss. jd., per Ib., 2 bales 2s Sid. SM— 8 bales 2s 2 d per Ib., 7 -ditto 2s 1 d . 3 bales 2s., 1 bale 2s 8J., 1 do. 2. 2d., 1 do. Is U'^d. Samples from lot 1 to 49, 1- lOd. IX— 5 Iwlcs 2s 7'd. per Ib., 8 bale. 2s 8d., 8 bales 2s 7d., 8 bales 2s 6-d., S Imlca 2s SJd. Samples from lot £0 to 62, 2s 7d. Three Legs Man— 6 bales 2s 4d per Ib , 8 bales 2s Sd., 1 bale 9s 3d., 2 bales 2t., 1 talc Is C'd. JS over W— 3 bales 2s Sid ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
JbJvanaale, Jrew River mm cumiN -uncuVs. HpHE Undersigned, begs leave to announce, tbi * the above-iiariien STORE, mil U opened c WEDNESDAY, the. 7* J-ec. oeit, with die fo lowing fresh (elected Stock ofQQODS :-r- Best Cognac hrandy in kbit. Ditto lieewud island rumin ditto -Ditt?.Hol|ands«nd Euglisb ein in ditto . ,'M-£own'- whiskey ia iitto, an* by the* gallons Cue gin ? ??'? ? Cope wine in half aaa Jjuuter ftipct, and I the five gallous Port wine in 8-dozen cam, warranted Sherry in ditto Madeira iu ditto Taylor's brown stout in bads. Bottled porter in 4-fJojen and T-dozen casks Slops of all descriptions A few esses prints, of the Herat patterns Sheeting and shirting calicoes Bomban-ttes, fnusYia handkerchiefs Jeannetts, black Holland Table cloths and coven Counterpanes, various sizes Silk and cotton handkerchiefs Towelling, drill Flannel, blankets, 8-tths and lMthi Superfine broadcloths, various colors Single kerseymeres Hosiery of all descriptions East India and Isle of France s...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
- A canvpoaient Informs lit that t gang of ?en mu gfatn to the Poet Ovncui, to per fect » luW^Cwad between. George Town and taunceston, and th»t he itti than employed ia nakiaj a carriage road bom George Toynt to hit aim? *fciW»cli^i^na«B'tedcrorihe Government, whoje business ii anything but road making, induced «? 'to make inquiry into the facts of the cMe, before we gave them publicity, and we «nd them, although literally true, nrt^iactly m our correspondent te'prcients them. AH matters may le mucontrued, and all men are prone to give such coloring to those in which they are concerned, at ii bettwitad to advance their indiriduat interests. In private affairs a naitial representation mat be eicusabie, but it is inexcusable in matters ot a pub lic nature, inasmuch as a prejudiced representation of a public abme generally operates against its re. moral, time pertoni on whom tlic duty to remove it devolving, being benelitted, most likely, by ii» con tinuance, gladly avail themselves o...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. DEC. 17, 1836. "Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery &nbsp; with security." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SALLUST. &nbsp; We have statements before us of the extreme dis- satisfaction caused to the Port Phillipians generally, by the troublesome interference of Captain Lonsdale in matters, in which, as Commandant, he supposes himself justified— but in which the Phillipians think that he is not. We have it represented to us, that this gentleman will not permit a house to be erected in the alloted township— the plan of which does not accord with his ideas of propriety— and that his general behaviour is so annoying to the Settlers, as to have induced them to petition the Supreme Authority for his removal. We think we cannot &nbsp; give better advice to the emigrants from Van Die- men's Land, than to abandon their plans for settling at Port Phillip— to forget their golden dreams, and t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 December 1836
' To be Sohlby Public Auction, BY! MR. J. A.tEii-DtB, » At hii' Booms, in St. John'sjtreet, o» Mqsiuy, toe 19th instant, at one o'clock precisely, iw A A LL that very desirable Farm, situate at the t ?A- 'Ea«t' Bank, ontlie River Taioar— 70 acres t of Land; originally granted to J. Cunniogbam, and now in theoccupatioh ot Mr. Gardner, togetbtf with a right of common over SO acres of land ?-**11* w- ? ? *?? All the Estate, right, and interest of Mr. J. B. . Gardner, of, in, Mid to ttoie lease of 70 acres of land, rented from Mr. Juract Malcolm for a term of Bl '^a- *»».«*,, 2 The like Estate, right, and interest, of Mr. h* Gartner',' of, in, and toother 70 acres or L»nd, ad I joining to the last, for the remainder of a term of A tears, from Mr. Malcolm, with right of common, .' »Ji«,!-vtc'«- acres of land Adjoining. „ Further particulars way be had of Mr. Gardner, j en the Farm— D. Sutton, Esq., Solicitor, Laun cesion; or *l«h'e Auctioneer. - 01 '' MOST IMPORTANT. j To Brtedirt ?-/ Pu...