Elephind.com contains 2,072 items from Launceston Courier
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 16 January 1843
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1841. ' Evil hatiu are to far from growing weaker from repeated *? attempt! to overcome them, that if thry arc not totally sub ' ducd every struggle increases their strength ; and a habit ' opposed and victorious, is more than twice as strong as before ' the contest. The manner in which those who are weary of ?' their tyranny endeavour to escapo from them, appears by tho ' event to be generally wrong ; they try to loose their chains, ' ana to retreat by the tame degrees as they advanced, but ' before the deliverance can be completed, habit is sure to ' throw new chains upon her fugitive. Nor c.in any hope to ' escape out thouc who, bv an effort sudden and violent, burst ' their ihacklcs at once, and leave her at a distance.' Du. Samcil Johnson. ' Your Society is very good fur the drunkard.'' Tins is said by some of the opponents of Teetotalism, and we doubt not with the view of hindering many respectable and worthy in div...
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 16 January 1843
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Sir John Lewis Pedder Knight, and the following jury :— William Flet- cher, James Raven, William Bransgrove, Josias M'Allan, William Milne, James Stewart, Charles Best, R. L. Orr, John Young, James Hall, James Walbourn, William Longhurst. Saturday, January 7th. William Valentine was indicted for the man- slaughter of the late Theophilus Swifte, Esq., by having negligently, carelessly, and feloniously, administered to him a large quantity of laudanum, in the stead of some other medicine. The decla- ration contained two counts, similar in substance. Mr. Macdowell appeared for the defence. The Attorney- General stated the case to the jury. It was his painful duty to call their attention to the cir- cumstances which placed the highly respectable gentle- man now before them in the lamentable position of a prisoner at the bar. Although it was his duty to act as prosecutor, he regretted to hear that numerous witnesses were in attendance fr...
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. PROVISIONS. £ &. d. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
ST9HEV PRICE CVXtSEN T. PROVISIONS. £ s /i. Irish Beef, per tierce ? 7 7 1 Mess Pork, prime Irish, per barrel ..661] Hamburgh..... ? 4 10 0 tfess Beef (nominal) ? None. Hams ? English, per lb ? 0 1 S ! Westphalia ? 0 0 10 Butter ? Irish, per lb ? 0 1 0 Dutch ? None. Cheese ? Cheshire, per lb ? 0 2 0 Gloster ? None, j Pine ? 0 1 6 ! Dutch ? 0 0 8 Herrings . . Red ? 0 0 0 Pickled ? 110 Cod ? Newfoundland ? - ? 'None. SUGARS. English .. Refined, per lb ? 0 0 10 Manilla .. First quality, per ton .... 20 0 0 lourbon ? None. ! ava . : ? ? Nnnp Siam ? , . , None. GRAIN AND FLOUR. Bice .... Patna,perbag ? 1 12 0 Java, perlb ? 0 0 11 Carolina ? None. Wheat .... Derwent, per bushel . . . . y Valparaiso ? V Nominal. Colonial ? } Barley .... British ? Nope. Oats ? Ditto ? None. Oatmeal .. Perlb ? 0 0 4 Flour .... 1st sort, per 100 lbs. 20s.to 1 10 Second ditto ? 16s. to 0 18 0 Third ditto ? 15s. to 0 16 0 American, per barrel .... 115 0 . Kniciht, of Cart* VilUi^ ut the vvitttitw offics ? adjoi...
Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
i¥v flctailt to PORTLAND BAY, per WiU Wetch.on Monday the 23rd Kibrusry. To SYDNEY, per Rover'M Bride, on Wednesday 26th February. To LO NOON, per Georgt, on or about 6th February. To LONDON, per Thmun Harrison, on or about 26th February. To LONDON via Hobart, per Derwent, and per Cal cutta, about end of the month. St. John E. Browse, Pottmattcr,
LAUNCESTON PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED TO JANUARY 21, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
iiAtrkdssTO*;-«1tc.B^^^SS- . CCBBECTED ip JAKPAEr, 21; 1848, , 'T RloK- : ''r*- & Patna...bagofl681bs. 16 0 1 lo 0 Metals — Iron, assorted... per ton 11 0 0 14 0 n Copper, sheathing, per 1b 0 13 0 2 0 Zinc, rolled . . . .per ton (scarce) Lead, rolled.... ' 28 0 0 32 0 n Paint On-- . u Boiled ? per gallon 0 6 0 0 n Raw ? :.. « 0 6 0 0 7-h Turpentine in cans ' 0 8 6 0 12 0 Soap— London, Hawes..per ton 48 0 60 0 n Liverpool ? ' 35 0 0 42 0 n Mustard ? per bottle 0 14 0 2 n Vxnegae ? ...per gall. 0 2 6 0 3 n j. iu&ics ? U 1 O O 2 6 Honey, English, per lb. Colonial ? ? 0 0 0 1 n Sdndkies — . ' Rope, Europe, .per cwt. 3 0 0 440 Manilla ? « 3 6 0 8 0 u .Coir ? « ° Canvas ? ' White Lead, ground in kegs ? DRr cwt. 2 2 n o a » Black Paint. .. « 2 0 0 0 0 0 Green Paint... «* 2 10 0 0 0 0 Tar, Stockholm., barrel 1 10 0 0 0 u American ? ?' -Y ? ' 10 0 1 10 0 Oil,shooks ? « 2 10 0 0 0 0 Deal Plank, Norway, ft. 0 0 3 j 0 0 0 Ametrican 0 0 0 0 1 n Gunpowder, biasing lb. 0 0 9 0 1 n ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
Henry NicUoH'a Estate. ?JVTO.TICE is hereby given, that a Dividend of ±y Three Shillings and One Farthing in the Pound, will:be payable to the Creditors who have proved their-, debts on the above Estate at the Office of the undersigned, in Brisbane-street, Launceston, on Tuesday, the 24th January instant. JOHN ATKINSON, Assignee. Australian and New Zealand BoomB. (established 1838.) No. 455, WEST STRAND, CHARING CROSS. I^HESE ROOMS are established for the fol * lowing objects: — To enable parties about to emigrate to obtain that variety of information so desirable, by meet ing with those who, from a residence in the Colonies, are enabled to afford such, and to advise others as to their future proceedings. To furnish the latest and most authentic intel ligence from the Australian Colonies, by means of files of Newspapers, which areregulary received from Sydney, Hobart Town, Launceston, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, New Zealand, and also from To afford the fullest information respecting...
SYDNEY—January 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
SYDNEY— Jaauaru 1th. The transactions since last week have improved, and it is anticipated nett week will be a busy one j the re marks below are confined to actual sales. Wlieut and Ftour.—Xho flour market continues inac tive, and prices have declined i'2 per ton. In wheat liaihiniT line lrancni»ad Ifc i — In this market the greatest quiet has prevailed lroughout the week— the sales have not exceeded 100 chests, at 71. fis. j the holders do not seem inclined to acuept of lower rales. The Canada, arrived at Hobart lown from China Manila, is reported to have only 400 ie«t» on board, and thai of a very inferior description: ?he li nut coming on here. .
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER AND TEETOTAL ADVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
THE LAUNCESTON COURIER TEETOTAUUJVOCATE. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1843. ' Evil liabiU are so far from growing weaker from repeated ' attempts to overcome them, that if tht-y arc not totally sub ' ducd every struggle increases their strength ; and a habit ' opposed mid victorious, is more than mice as strong as before ' the contest. The manner in which those who arc weary of '? their tyranny* endeavour to escape from them, appears by tlie ' event to be generally wrong ; they try to loose their chains, ' and to retreat by the same degrees as they advanced, but *? before tlie deliverance can be completed, habit is sure to ' throw new chains upon her fugitive. Nor can any hope to 41 escape but those who, by an ctiort sudden nnd violent, burst ' their shackles at once, and leave her at a distance.' Da. SAMttL Johnson. The article, headed gin shops, which we have appended to these remarks, will strengthen the position we wish to take up ; that houses forthesaleof intoxicating liquors are neces...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
IIOBART TOWN. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the Fort of Hobart Town, during the week ending tbe 10th January 1643, inclusive: — Flour,. 25 tons. Return of Grain and Flour, imported at the Port of Hobart Town, during tbe week ending the 10th January 1643. — AV/. Mo alteration in the market this week : holders are firm, and not inclined to bring their wheat into market at the present prices-78. to 7s. 3d.— Col. Time*.
TEETOTAL HARVEST MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
TEETOTAL HA11VEST MEN. We perceive by English papers just received, that Teetotallers are preferred as harvest men by nearly all the farmers in the United King dom. Most of the provincial papers speak very highly of Teetotallers, and recommend them to the notice of those tarmers who wish to get in their grain at a small cost, little trouble, and a great deal of peace and quiet ness. The Essex Herald, in support of the cause of total abstinence reports the following result of an experiment tried by one of Sir T. B. Lennard's tenants : — ' At Aveley, a, most respectable tenant of Sir T. B. Lennard, imported two total abstinence men from Dunstable, to assist the others in getting in the harvest ; coffee was their principal beverage, but they performed their full share of the work with the other men, and were extremely orderly and well behaved, though they were much jeered by their fellow-workmen ; indeed, when they first arrived they experienced some difficulty in getting lodgings, owi...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
Gaudek. — Save various seeds at this season, and throughout the summer, as they ripen. Jt isadvisible, in most cases, to grow enough of one kind in a year, to last for three or four years, l'ut the seeds in bags, and hang them up inside a house, in a free circulation or air. Hoe, thin, and stir the surface wherever necessary, among all descriptions of crops. Take up shallots, &., and dry them for winter use. Prune, thin, and regulate nil the summer shoots of your trees. This also applies to tines,— the bunches of choice kinds may be thinned with a pair of scissars, and the sun and light allowed to reach them. Continue taking up bulbs as they go out of flower. Eradicate all buds the moment they appear; keep the surface always fresh, and rather rough, never smooth and battered. It is better to hate little clods and knots of earth, than to have a naked and dug sur face as smooth as a table. In that state it is more fa vorable for the admission of air, heat, and water to the roo...
Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
ttfluntrston Sljippiilil Uifit. ARHIVAI.S. January K —Schooner Will Wnfdl, 63 tons, Harding toaster, from Sydney; G. 4 K. Fisher, agents. January 16.— Cutler liortrt Brick, 49 ions, Harrow, Vnutvr, fiom Sydney; © & F. Msher, -agents. January 17.— Brfg Amity, 149 tori's, flinch, master, from Portlannd; J. Haven, agent. 34 head cattle. 350 sheep. J bale bags, order, l'-assengern,— Mr. Canny, Mr. Swan, John Hobb January 17 —Schooner Thnbo. 125 tons, Bovrden, master, from Hobart Town ; Henty & Co., agents, rtssenpers, — Mr. tnd Mrs. Vaughan. January 20.— Schooner Tamar, 117 tons, Bell master, from Port Phillip. J Karen, agent 350 sheep, J Itavcti : 1 bale slops, J K. King. Passengers,— Mr. and Mr;. M' Do well and child, and U. M'Dowell, Mrs. Moiial, Messrs. Turnbull, Uoyne, Jamicson, Wurdock, Short, t'-urcibull. January SO ? Cutter Junta Gibion, IG Ions, Hodges, Piaster, from Circular Head; Hetty & Co., agents. I'assengers,— Messrs. Schayer, Cannon Poke, Gray, il...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
THE Launceston Courier and Teetotal Ad-, vacate will be published 6very Monday morning and despatched by that day's post to all parts of the country. The terms of Subscription are 6s. 6d. per quarter, or One Pound per annum, if paid in advance. To Advertisers. A LL Advertisements inserted in this Journal XX. are published gratuitously in the Laun eeeton 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. 6d., and 3d. a line for all above twelve, each insertion. Unless the number of insertions be written on the manuscript, theywill be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Igif° 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...
Hobart Town Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
jBjotnrt Colon Shipping. Jan. 10.— Armed the French whaler Gauge, from the South Scai, with lbOO barrels black oil, and bone. Jan. 10 ? Sailed the ship Huntress, on a whaling voyage. Jan. 11 ? Sailed the barque Canada, for Valparaiso, in ballast. Jan. 11. — Sailed the schooner Abeona, for Port Phillip, in ballast. Jan. 12.— Sailed the barque Brilliant, for Sydney, with sundries. Jan. 12. —Sailed the schooner Timho, fur the whaling grounds, with stores. Jan. 13 ? Sailed the barque Fortitude, for the whaling grounds, with stores. Jan. 13 ? Sailed the ship Elizabeth, fat the whaling grounds, with oil and bone. Jan 13 ? Arrived the schooner Ellington, from Portland Bay, with 650 sheep. Jan. 14 — Arrived the ship Earl Grey, 671 torn, 4 guns A. S. Molison master, from London and Plymouth 5th October, with 261 male prisoners. Passengers — Major Last99th Kegt, Dr. Browning K. M., Ensigns Mends and lsdellS9t.hj6.2men, 10 women, and 18 children 99th. ~Jun. 15.— Arrived the barque Hanett, from...
Calender for January. MOON'S CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
Calender for January. moon's chances. Jan. 1 ? New moon 4h. 50m. morning. 9. — First quarter 5h. 49m. morning. 16. — Full moon 6h. 15m. afternoon. 23 — Last quarter, lOh. 49m. morning. 30. — New moon, 9h. 49m. afternoon. SUN RISES 8UK SETS. Jan. 19 — Thursday, 39m. past 4. 21m. past 7. 20— Friday, 40m. past 4. 20m. past 7. £1— Saturday, 41m. past 4. 19m. past 7. 22— Sunday, 42m. past 4. 1 8m. past 7. 23— Monday, 43m. past 4. 17m. past 7. 24— Tuesday, 44m. past 4. 16m. past 7. 25— Wednesday, 45m. past 4. 15m. past 7.
THE MARKETS. CATARACT MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
THE X&&RKETS. Cataract Mill. ». d. Fine Flour ? 16 0 per 100 lbs. 20 percent ? 15 0 dilto. 12 per cent. ...... 14 0 ditto. Bran ........ 10 per 20 Its. Pollard ? 16 dilto. Wheat, from 5s. Gd. to - - - 6 6 per 60 lbs. Union Steah Mills. i. -/. t. d. i. d. i. d. Wheat ? 5 0@ 6 6 ( Oats .._ ? 4 0 @ 5 6 Barley ? 6 0 ,,76 Maize ? 0 0 ,,00 I'ollard ? 1 3 „ 0 | Uran ? 1 0 „ 0 0 Flour, first quality - .17/.) Ditto, second dilto - - 15/. -per20001bs. Ditto, third ditto - - 13/. J SUFfLT Mll.1.5. ». d ». d. Wheat ? 56 to 66 Oats ? 40 43 Barley ? 50 66 Fine Flour- ...... 18 0 Seconds ....... 16 0 Thirds ? 13 0
THE VOYAGE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
THE VOYAGE OF LIFE, From the ' Rambler,' by Dr. Johnson. In the midst of the current of life was the gnlf of Intemperance, a dreadful whirlpool, intersper sed with rocks, of which the pointed crags were concealed under water, and the tops covered with herbage, on which Ease spread couches of repose, and with shades, where Pleasure warbled the song of invitation. Within sight of these rocks all who sailed on the ocean of life must necessarily pass. Reason, indeed, was always at hand to steer the passengers through a narrow outlet by which they might escape ; but very few could, by herin treaties or remonstrances, be induced to put the rudder into her hand, without stipulating that she should approach so near uuto the rocks of Plea sure, that they might solace themselves with a short enjoyment of that delicious region, after which they always determined to pursue their course witliout anv other deviation. Reason was too often prevailed upon so far by these promises, as to venture her ...
TEETOTALLERS AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
TEETOTALLERS AT MELBOURNE. A meeting of ibis boily was held on Monday evening last, at the Scots' School. An ample supply of the decoction of Souchong nnd Hyson, with divers agreeable condiments in the shape of cakes ami bread and butter were provided, and at six o'clock a party of about one hundred persons partook of the cup '? which inebriates, but not in toxicates,' uud otherwise refreshed themselves with the gooil things placed before them. At half-past seven, Mr. Wade was called to the chair, who opened the business of the meeting by stat ing that the oliject of the society was to suppress intemperance, and that the means which in theif own case they adopted and recommended to others, was, total abstinence from intoxicating drinks, which was found by experience to be the only ef fectual method of accomplishing the end they had in view. After alluding to the failures of what had been termed ' Temperance Societies,' iu consequence of ardent spirits only being ab jured by them, an...
REV. J. WESLEY'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 23 January 1843
REV. J. WESLEY'S OPINIONS. If rules hare any meaning, Methodists are bound to help on the Temperance Society. The preachers of this sect are much abroad ; each one preaches eight or nine times in a week, and in from twelve to twenty different places in a quarter. The influence of their example is therefore exten sive, and ot course their responsibility great. Many of them have promised over and over to adopt the rule of the Temperance Society. If then they are found daily or weekly breaking if, they must sink in public estimation, now that at tention is universally turned to the subject. In deed, the only way left to hold them up is ' ask for (he pood way and walk therein.' Those who confess that spirituous liquors are a deadly poison, snd thftt snuff and tobacco are a needfess self indulgence, should of course totally abstain from them. There is a little book of 84* pages, which, when a candidate for the Methodist Ministry is taken on trial, is put into his hands, as contaning sund...