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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 June 1849
PORT PHILLIP Government Gazette. (Published by Authority.) NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the District of Port Phillip in the Colony of New South Wales, will be holden at the Court House, La Trobe- street, Melbourne, on Monday the second day of July next, where all persons who have appeals or other business to transact are desired to give their attendance, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. — Dated this eighteenth day of June, a. d. 1849. HENRY F. GURNER, Clerk of the Peace.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 June 1849
J>3SS PBEaïTSi?®. /,i» l'UBLIC »na lirTl.CTFUl.LY INfrORMRD, 'tail ^Soö Printing ? ()F ALL KIA DS, « ILL 1!H «XKUDTEU AT isa & si euer s er?ïOS, ¡'Ai1! uMtnasj,neemacy, ami despatch. Tkt Print««- p irticvlarly invites attention to his »iras«/ BOOK-WORK, the whait of his type L (tat purpose being perfectly new, and come iuflil'y £'««''y snpenor to a/iji 3irW office in 'Jiibourne. THE following gentlemen having undertaken tho ngency for the Argus for their respec- tive neighbourhoods, intending Subscribers And Advertisers aro requested to communicate with the ogent for their totality : Geelong ...........- Mr. J. A. Wilson. Pon«.»*«» .........».. - Thomas Finn., Belfast.- W. S. Wilson, Warrnambool.. -Richard Osborne, Buninyono.......... -John Veitch, Colac........ -'Ai Macnoüghten, Timboom.> -Joseph Scott, Baiwon. -N. Trebeek* Sbïmouh.....-George Lewis, Ovens. - John Rogers, Broken River.-Richard Clarke, Granos.-.-.. William Malcolm, Dandenong.-John Dunn» FiervCiibbk.-Da...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 June 1849
[ TENDERS REQUIRED. npENDERS will he received until noon ¡ ?*. of Saturday the 30thiiistaut',from parties willing to contract for repairing the approaches to the Corio Bay Jetty, J Geelong. i Tenders to be endorsed " Tender for repairs to Corio Jetty approaches," and deposited in the box marked " Tenders for Works and Stores" at the western entrance of the government offices; or, they may be forwarded by post directed to " His Honor the Superintendent, Melbourne." Plans and specifications can be seen at the'Police Office, Geelong, and the un- dermentioned office. The government will not nccessarily accept the lowest tender. By order of His Honor the Superintendent, DAVID LENNOX, Superintendent of Bridges. Bridge Office, Melbourne, 12th June, 1849. &nbsp; THE ARGUS is Published every morning (Sundays excepted,) and forwarded by each mail, to every part of the province; and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia Swan River, New Zealand, the Mauritittt, At Cape of Good H...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 20 June 1849
Domestic Intelligence. Mr. Croke's Pig.—There is no more pleasant fiction about the vaunted constitution under which we live,than that which endeavours &nbsp; to persuade us, there is an equal law for the rich and for the poor. We occasionally endeavour to advocate the attempt of, at all events, keeping up appearances in that way, but in this mammon- worshipping world, we do so with a perfect con- viition of the hopelessness of the task. But when indecent distinction is still further exaggerated by &nbsp; &nbsp; a law-maker becoming a law-breaker, we cannot help recording our indignation at the occurrence. Visitors to the flag staff will, like ourselves, have frequently observed a large pig luxuriating in the sunshine, close to the premises of the Crown Prosecutor, and, also like ourselves, we have no doubt that they felt disposed to ask with our dear departed friend Mr. Hydes, " Whar d'ye come from ? " " Who d'ye belong to? " &c. We can &nbsp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. IN consequence of various complaints of the distance of the /Irgiib Office, from the Wharf, and other busy portions of thu Citv, na arrange ment has been made with MR. JOHN MACLEIIQSF, STATIONER, opposite the AVesle) an Chapel, to reccivo adver tisements intended for ¡mutton in tho Argus, fron residents in that neighhouihood, till ü o'clod on the ovebing before publication.
COURT OF REQUESTS, FOR THE TOWN OF MELBOURNE, AND COUNTY OF BOURKE. £10 JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
COURT OF REQUESTS, FOR THE TOWN OF MELBOURNE, AND COUNTY OF BOURKE. £10 JURISDICTION. NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for the Town of Melbourne, and County of Bourke, with jurisdiction to the amount of Ten Pounds,, will be holden at the Court House, Collins-street, Melbourne, on Monday, the second, and following days of July next, at the hour of Nine o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints must be delivered at the office of the Registrar, on or before Monday, the 25th day of June, instant. Defences or set-off must be filed on or before Friday, the 29th day of June, instant. Every plaint, defence, or set-off, must have the name, residence, or place of business of the plaintiff and defendant written thereon. In defended cases, the defence, or notice of set-off must be in accordance with the forms prescribed by the late Rules of Court. By order of the Commissioner, J. S. GRIFFIN. Registrar. &nbsp; Melbourne, 55th June, 1849.
TENDERS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
TENDERS REQUIRED. TENDERS will be received until noon of Saturday the 30th instant, from parties willing to contract for repairing the approaches to the Corio Bay Jetty, Geelong, Tenders to be endorsed " Tender for repairs to Corio Jetty approaches," and deposited in the box marked " Tenders for Works and Stores" at the western entrance of the government offices ; or, they may be forwarded by post directed to " His Honor the Superintendent, Melbourne." Plans and specifications can be seen at the Police Office, Geelong, and the un- dermentioned office. The government will not necessarily accept the lowest tender. By order of His Honor the Superintendent, &nbsp; DAVID LENNOX, Superintendent of Bridges. Bridge Office, Melbourne, 12th June, 1849.
APPROACHES [?]O KEILOR BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
APPROACHES TO KEILOR BRIDGE. TENDERS will be received untjl noon &nbsp; of Saturday the 30th instant, from parties willing to contract for forming an additional portion of the approaches to Keilor Bridge, on the Portland road. Tenders to be endorsed " Tender for Keilor bridge approaches," and deposited at the box marked " Tenders for Works and Stores" at the western entrance of the government offices ; or, they may be for- warded by post directed to " His Honor the Superintendent, Melbourne." Plan and specification can be seen upon application to Mr. Mitchell of the Keilor Inn, and at the undermentioned office. The government will not necessarily &nbsp; accept the lowest tender. By order of His Honor the Superintendent, DAVID LENNOX, &nbsp; Superintendent of Bridges. Bridge Office, Melbourne, 18th June, 1849. IMPOUNDED, at Barwon, 15th of June. 1 red and white spotted heifer 1 brown cow, white back and belly, CG near rump, illegible eff rump 1 red heifer, whi...
VESSELS AT THE WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
VESSELS AT THE WHARF. Ellen and Elizabeth, schooner, discharging from Circular Head. Union, schooner, refitting and laid on for Califor- nia. Cecilia, do., loading for Port Fairy. Enterprise, do., repairing. Swan, cutter, laid on for Circular Head. William, do., repairing.
VESSELS LYING IN HOBSON'S BAY. June 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
VESSELS LYING IN HOBSON'S BAY. June 18th. Pemberton, ship, Richardson, laid on for the China Islands Athenian, barque, Taylor, loading for London. William Watson, do., Morrison, laid on for Cali- fornia. Spartan, do., Pain, do. Ann Milne, do., Thoms, discharging from Lon- don. Roseberry, do., Young, do. &nbsp; British Empire, do., M'Ewen, immigrants from &nbsp; London. Colina, schooner, Taylor, cleared out for Port Albert. Apollo, Government schooner.
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
NOTICE. Parties subscribing to newspapers, are reminded that they can discontinue their subscriptions at any time before the 30th instant. New subscribers are received at any period during the quarter, and charged only from the date of their &nbsp; subscription. No charge will be made for the increased issue of the Argus during the remainder of the current quarter. From the commencement of next month, the charge will be Fifteen Shillings per quarter.
TRUST PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
TRUST PROPERTY. We perceive by the report of the pro- ceedings of the Legislative Council, which appeared in our last number, that on Tuesday last Mr. Darvall, member for &nbsp; Bathurst, was to move for leave to bring &nbsp; in a Bill to authorise the investment of &nbsp; trust monies in Government securities, &nbsp; and in certain cases the payment of such monies into the Supreme Court. Mr. Darvall's Bill is intended to sup- ply a very serious defect in the law of the Colony, but we are inclined to think something more is necessary to effect all that is wanted. The law of England re- &nbsp; quires also to be altered. At present a &nbsp; large amount of trust property belonging to parties in the Colonies, is retained in England, and a numerous class of most eligible emigrants is prevented from com- ing out to the Colony, from inability to in- vest trust funds in Colonial securities. It &nbsp; that as the English law at present...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
MISCELLANEOUS. &nbsp; Maxims.—To embitter domestic life : &nbsp; Maintain your opinions on small mat- &nbsp; &nbsp; ters at the point of the bayonet.—To &nbsp; keep yourself in a state of discontent : Set your heart on having everything to your mind.—To involve yourself in inextricable difficulties : Shape your &nbsp; course of action not by fixed principles, but by temporary expedients.—To pro- vide yourself abundant matter for shame and repentance : Act under the influence of passion.—To die without accomplish- ing anything : Always intend to do something great hereafter but neglect the present humble opportunity of use- fulness.—To destroy your authority over your children : When you are in a good humour give them sugar plums; when in an ill humour blows and re- proaches.—To gain permanent reputa- tion: Endeavour to be, rather than to &nbsp; appear, good.—To gain extensive useful- ness : Seize the present opportunity, great ...
THE CATASTROPHE AT GLASGOW. (From the Times, February 20.) Glasgow, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
THE CATASTROPHE AT GLAS- GOW. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the Times, February 20 . ) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Glasgow, Sunday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We lament to announce one of the most appalling events which ever took place in the west of Scotland, and whichoc- &nbsp; curred in the Theatre Royal, Dunlop-st., last night. About eight o'clock, while the com- pany was concluding the first act of the drama of the " Surrender of Calais," the alarm of fire was given, from the upper gallery ; and it turned out, in reality, that a lighted paper (believed to have been thrown down by a person after ig- niting his pipe) had come in contact with an escape of gas, and produced a small flame, but it was so insignificant that it was extinguished by the persons in the vicinity. At first there was a slight commotion visible throughout the house, and those in the boxes, pit, and lower gallery, kept their seats. ...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
Domestic Intelligence. The Precedence Controversy. The subject of the precedence given by Earl Grey to the prelates of the Church of Rome in the Colonies, was brought under discussion in the House of Com- mons, on the 8th of February, by Sir R. &nbsp; H. Inglis, on motion for certain docu- ments connected therewith. It will be recollected that Earl Grey, in his circular &nbsp; letter to the Governor of the Colonies, said, that, " as Parliament had, by the Charitable Bequests Act, formally recog- nized the rank of the Irish Roman Ca- tholic prelates, by giving them precedence immediately after the prelates of the Es- tablished Church of the same degree, the Roman Catholic archbishops and bishops taking rank immediately after the Pro- testant archbishops and bishops respec- ively, "the government thought it their duty "to conform to the rule thus laid down by the legislature," and the colonial governors were, therefore, instructed, offi- cially, to address the prelates...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; ARRIVED. June 20—Sophia, schooner, 42 tons, Thomson, master, from Portland and Port Fairy. Pas- sengers—Cabin—Dr and Mrs Aplin, Mr Turner, seven in the steerage, and a prisoner. G. W. Cole, agent. CLEARED OUT. June 20—Cecilia, schooner, 45 tons, Noon, master, for Port Fairy and Portland. Passen- gers—Mr and Mrs Martin, Messrs Sheehan and Flattery, and eight in the steerage. &nbsp; June 20—Swan, cutter, 32 tons, Shell, master, for Circular Head. Passenger,—Mr Ross, in ballast. June 20—Ann, cutter, 14 tons, Bowyer, master, for Geelong, with 3 kegs, 18 cases tobacco, 2 hogsheads, 4 quarter casks wine. SAILED. June 20—General Palmer, for London. IMPORTS. June 20—Sophia, schooner, from Portland and Port Fairy. 150 bags bran, 111 bags wheat, Alison and Knight ; 65 bags wheat, 9 bags barley, 76 bags potatoes, H W Mason; 21 hides, 1 bale sheep skins, 2 casks tallow, Tennent & Co. ; 2 bags potatoes, Rochford ; 2 bales kangaroo skins, How....
Original Poetry. LINES WRITTEN AFTER SPENDING A MISERABLE WET NIGHT NEAR MOUNT SHADWELL. "Loud blew the wind, the rain fell fast, The while man yielded to the blast— He laid him down beneath a tree, For weary, weak, and faint was he." Mungo Park's Travels. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
Original Poetry. LINES WRITTEN AFTER SPENDING A MISERABLE WET NIGHT NEAR &nbsp; MOUNT SHADWELL. " Loud blew the wind, the rain fell fast, The white man yielded to the blast— He laid him down beneath a tree, For weary, weak, and faint was he." Mungo Park's Travels. 'Mongst Africa's benighted race, The trav'ller found a resting place; The swarthy daughter of the land, Stretch'd out her hospitable hand ; The weary Park to shelter led, Prepared his supper and his bed ; And while he slept, in artless strains Pour'd forth her song, to soothe his pains. More kind and hospitable she, The black skinn'd child of Ashantee, Than he whose meanness I record, &nbsp; That Prince of Nabuls' —'s Lord. I laid me down beside his shed, The churl refused me board or bed ; The pelting tempest o'er me past, I found the miser's portal fast, As a beleaguered City's gate— &nbsp; Against the stranger coming late. And does he bear the name of Scot ; This hungry Lord of scab and rot? &...
INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, June 20, 1849. Be[?]ore R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 21 June 1849
INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, June 20,1849. &nbsp; &nbsp; Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Com- missioner. In the Estate of John Lord.—The Insolvent applied personally for a certificate of discharge. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Commissioner granted the application, as it was unopposed. In the Insolvent Estate of Albrit H. Boys.— In this case the Insolvent also appeared per- sonally to apply for a certificate of discharge. He said as there were no creditors present, it was &nbsp; evident they did not wish to oppose his present application. &nbsp; The Commissioner said creditors could appear &nbsp; to oppose even without lodging a caveat, as had been lately explained by the Resident Judge. In order, therefore, that there might he no doubt in the matter, he would postpone the decision till that day week, in order to afford the creditors an opportunity of opposing the application if they thought necessary.