ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Launceston Advertiser Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,139 items from Launceston Advertiser, 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 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,139 results
SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

-.? SUPREME COURT.— Tuesday. Geohge Wright was arraigned on an indict ment for stealing one ewp sheep, of the value of 10s. the property of Joseph Archer. Pleaded— Not Guilty. He was further indicted for having on the 12th Feb. feloniously broken and entered the dwelling house of Joseph Archer, and stealing therefrom 4 oounds sugar, value 2s., 30 pounds flour, value 4s., and one bag value fid. his property. Plead .ed-r-Not Guilty. He was further indicted for having assaulted one William Woolstonecroft, and havipg. put him in bodily fear and danger of his life, stealing from him two guns, value jgl, the property of William Archer. Pleaded— Not Guilty. Joseph Charles Hall was arraigned on th-* same three indictments, and pleaded Guilty to all. This man was admitted King's evidence. They were then removed, and Redman Burke was indicted tor stealing one ewe, value 10s. the, property of Thomas Dryden. Verdict— Guilty. CftAUt.ES MACKIE AND JOHN HABRI8 Stood charged with stealing from the ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

PRICE OF GRAIN. ??i LAUNCESTON. - Wheat, ...» ? 4 ; 0 to 4:« ? BirTeyj ..;..;...... 4-6 — 0:0 Oats, ? 5:6 — 6:6 Flour, (best) ^r cwt. 18s.— Ditto Xse(a-uds-ite- s-v-.-. -;,.-'..';i.- HOBARtTb-WTN, ?'' '?*?' '': ? -???-?-?? ^ %t . £, ^ ^rliea-tj ;, *?......-»..;?.,...« 5 ?!? js^» : Barley, ....... ,.?.-., ..,....?? ,4 ; ^ ' Oa^s, ; ......,..P;:..^V£j,;,.vfl;' « .i-. ?..v.i

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POSTCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

postcrxpt. We have received an accession of Sydney news to the 1st instant. The Legislative Council conti nued to publish their proceedings. On the 24th ultimo, the Governor laid upon the table a Bill for Amending the Customs Act— A Bill for authorizing all Fines to be levied In Sterling Money— and a Bill to provide for the pay ment of the Salaries of His Excellency the Goverr nor and the Judges of the Supreme Court of New South. Wales.: out of the revenues of the Customs of the said Colony,— which were read a second time and committed on the 30th. ? . , » ' ?. The Editor of the Herald says— 'We under stand that Borne very important alterations will take place in the Jury System of this Colony'— meaning l-Iew South Walei^-We trust similar ones will he made here. -, ? ??;? The Platina and Harlequin had both arrived safe from Hobart To^n- MTb& Beitannia was to sail for London on the 4th J and the Yake for this Port also on the 4th j A Grammar and Vocabulary of the New* Zea- . ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

WEDNESOAif, I?eb. 16, l|S2v' The all-absorbing topic of the present moment is the Sessions of the Criminal Court; an event which is, Indeed, a fare one, -seeing that iris ? iibw t#6 ! yWf and upwards since His Honor the Chief Justice paid a visit to Launceston. The result is painfully apparent in the acquittal of per sons so long confined in gaol, before trial. We have,4irst, the Beams' s *. case, in ^hicii there u as scarcely suflScient evidence. uv contradicted, lo warrant even -a commit ta 1— much less an information . W ith the testimonies o| HHIier and Soutfaall— the open conduct of the youth Beams— the total ab sence of concealment or disfigurement of the beast, opposed to the vagueaUegattons of the witnesses for the prpsecutiofl ; it is surprising that any bill was found by the Attorney-General, in this case. With re gard to the committing maffisi r te, we can not help thin king he had sufficient grounds for dismissing the complaint ; nd tl^refore conceive that this case neit...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

sLAUNCESTON RACES, 1832. ON Tuesday and Wednesday, the ^fh and 7th «tf March next, to commence each tiay ^t Twelve o'clock precisely, stewauds, — 4 . James-Cox, -Esq. i Thos. liATio'ACE, Esq. ': -J. W- Gleadow, EB,q. :| Twos. sDcttoj*, Esq.. J CleSk of the Cotmsk — Mr. Bu rrus. Assistant Ditto— Mr. A. Waddle* 'FIRST DAY. The Tai ax 'Stakes of 2 Sovereigns, for two1 year olds, with TFOUTY S0TBRW6NS added from the Race Fond —'Colts, -8 strinei Fillies and geldings, 7 stone 11 lbs. 3 Thoroughbreds to carry 5 lbs. extra. Mile heats, Aiw, Act Stakes of FORTY rSpyJSR£JGJJS» two mile 'hearts. '?' ' '' '*? /?;''? Two years old carrying 7st.Olb. Three years old 8 Q ; Tour years old , 8 12 ffive years oia 4J 9 ;;??.-; Six y^ars, and aged 40-5 Thorougbbredfi (extra) O 4- : , Entrance- 1 sovereign, 1 SECOND DAY. & PtmsE of FIFTY SOVEREIGNS given by the Van Diemen's Land Establishment, for two year olds, the produce or its horses. Colts to carry 8 stone Olbs? fillies and geldings, 7 ston...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

^§S^Fll(|.'*S^rffif7froin Lauoceston with iWrf *- all OpfMstbte tlispafcot, £ the: fibe pew- British- bu'Ht- ship, Princess Augusta, Samuel {Hawkins, Commander. i^Aa -this- -ship lias 6fll*!rt)tlhi-fotta few bales of Wodl^«-arly;a}»p1jcati{-btt neeeTsisafyV She has the liesttBccoinniodations for- Passengers, and carries Ilp'piyio UkrfkWi ft&S^ oVioardV or to ,??.;/?...;? ?'-. ' — - T; WILLIAMS taaoceston, Jan. 12, 1882, v-fv ??.:?' i ' ' ? ?'? .? - ???'? ' /,;-i' ' ? ' JflMEMMftiE'* Barque .** Caroline^ 330 Mfflfji - tons. G. H. Parker, commander. This vessel will Jeav - Sydney for Launcestbn, about the first of F*brua'ryV and having her lad taice Bwdpur «w HBfuf I of Wool on freight, -and pe delpflt^dwftfelhfcixWeeTcs'a^et-^arriVal.1 : for freight or passage apply to _ ,; v_r ;;.' ??:: !.'?' '»?- ? ,;?'r ?' J.p. REIBEV. WiHiam^-Te*-t4'Launceston, - Nl^.^kht^ tJl'urchJse, 50 t6ns of Mimosa . ? . . ; Bark.^-Appjy as above, ,, ? ? , ?, - : : , ' '' ' '' ' '??-'' '?^'?' -; -' -...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

tNtlRE HORSE. MAGNUS 'tIIOIL, '., ASP?V0*D ID, dappled bay Carriage ?''yJCjL gO^E, three y«ars old* stands up wards »6f 17 hands high, of great strength, and :;*ery superior action, well adapted either for agricultural purposes or for the road ; being that kjnd of Horse so long wanted in the Colony, and 'which cannot be obtained, by crossing our small Spares , with the rough- limbed heavy-bodied cart liqrse of England. , . ' '; /Theiser vices pf MAQNIfS may be obtained a J&^glas j^aiie, Hftatylfh K»f-?r. Teb*is5— !£3., and 5s. grooinage, by a bill at three months, sent with the jna res. Excellent paddocks, free of expense, till the Stares , are fairly fstiated. QUARTER SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT * uT^ of Quarter Sessions for the above Dps trict, stands adjourned to Saturday the 18th day of Kfitrdafjioatarit^whenaUIpBrjooB under re cognizance to appear or prosecute are bound! rb . ,«*&n4, ^ ! M. KENNEDY. ? ' ^Ciefckttf Ate freafce. *6tb Febrdary, 1832. ? i: COORT OF RE...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

CORNWALL RACE BALL. A SUBSCRIPTION BALL will be held, on Wednesday, the 8th of March next. Tickets, £3 each ; to be had by apply-   ing to Mr. Rankin,   Gentleman's Tickets to admit two ladies.         STEWARDS: JAMES COX, J. W. GLEADOW, THOS. LANDALE, THOS. DUTTON.     Launceston, Feb. 13, 1832. CHAISE AND HARNESS FOR SALE. A NEAT Strong CHAISE, with move-     able Head, which may be taken off and replaced in five minutes.— Price, 40 guineas. To be seen at Mr. CHAMPION'S, Cameron- Street, Launceston. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. R. White,       At his AUCTION ROOMS, Launceston Hotel, on   Saturday, the 18th instant,   A BROWN GELDING, 2 years old off, out of an English mare, by Abdal- lah; is broke for Saddle or Harness, and is per-   fectly quiet in either. ALSO, an EN...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

SYDNEY. By the Post from Hobart Town we have receiv ed oor Sydney papers down to the 23d ult. The Herald of that date contains an official report of the proceedings of the first meeting of the Legis lative Council, under General Bonrke, on the 19th January, furnished to all the newspapers by the orders .-of the Government. We have only -was as extract the Governor's address, which room 4o follows :— *' Before I proceed to state the business upon which I have called you together, I desire to ex press the satisfaction 1 feel at being enabled, by jour presence, to obtain the advice and assistance. of persons bo long and so intimately acquainted with the affairs of this Colony. ' I have directed several Bills to be prepared, and laid; before you, some of which require your immediate attention. Amongst these is the Bill for regulating the Constitution of Juries, and for nretrjal of issues in certain cases in the Supreme CourToT New South Wales This Bill was brought before you the last ye...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 15th, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

SHIPPING INTELtlGENeE. & LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 15th, 1832. ARRIVED. On the 12tb, the cutter 'Jolly Rambler,' Peter, master, froiri Freeinantle, Western A tistrajia, with a cargo of Wine and Boards. Passengers— Major Nairne, (late of the 46th regiment,) Mrs. Brignell, John Brignell, Mr. Wyatt, Mrs. 'Wyatt, John Smith, John White, and Mrs! Forbes apd child. SAILED. ' . ;;. Cleared out for Plymoutli and London, the barque ''JVTarv Ann,' Captain Jack, with a full cargo of Colonial Produce, consisting of 157 bales of Wool, 230 tons of Bark, 4 casks ot Hides, 1 cask aiid 166 Kangaroo Skins, 1 box and 2 cases of curiosities, and 4 bales of Bengal cotton, shipped here'; and 1500 leet of Gedar, shipped at Sydney. Passengers, Messrs. R. Pearse, llead, Thayne, Anderson and Maddox. ? . ? On the 11th, the schooner ' Resolution,' Stewart, ior Ho bait Town, with 4 casks ol tallow, 2 bales of shirts, 2 jars of sheep wash, 10 tons of bay, and 1000 bushels of oats. _ ; Remainiiig— Barque, Prin...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SIXTH DAY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

SIXTH ©AY— Monday, ^eoscc ^l«w, «tood charged 'Witti TmrgTarl «osly breaking and centering the -dw«llmg4MU8e of one. Barton, and -stealing therefrom a sadd|e^ *a|ue .£$. ? ' ' . f ievera| .coants stated the saddle the property *Tftoe King, John feean, &c €o^Stasl« BcftTON,' sworn.— I was a consta ble in January, 4831, and have been ever since; I was -on the race course -on the afternoon of the 11th March; liavrog received itistractioiis to look for a saddle; 1. found a «addle-ona horse rode by Ricliard ?Gulhrif, on the race course, about 2 o'clock p. ra.; I asked where he get it; I took Gothrie and the h«rse to Lauticeston ; the saddle ,W,a| taken off the .horse at Smith's house 3 when I found the saddle only Jtmes Bass was with me; I took it to Smith's and weigbedtt ; 1 then took jit home,^ ao-L shewed it to Mr. Sqmprville as^ wks going home; know a publican named |-awson ;' I Was at bis house in the evehing; the prisoner at th.istiow was in the habit of being at Mr Sofner ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOURTH DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

FOURTH DAY— Friday. j DAwp Wi^cox stpod -;kareedJ(tfHhWi^gJ« jhis possession a quaiUtty^f.ri^bon, of |JMrRjMff of 10s, thet proper^ «/f J.Wt J3e!lj apd wlA&r , Jpnipasly receiyiog the, same knowing |t to aave j.peen stolen by pne Mofiitt. :j Another count laid the1 theft to some pUrson tin t known to the Attorney-General. ' ; , A clearer .case. ^bai-, jh\ cguld t$t~ ^aye voc| ^rre45 bat in cpflse^n/^ of mymW$fc&$\ quitted —Mr. GeUibcand fpr, the, prisoner. i Wfiiti am Welsh was arraigned for stealing a 'bat, value 30s., the property 6f WililanV Gainer, ?fit Norfolk Plains, on die £3d September, 183 li ^erdict— G,uilty. j ? j William Atkins styod charged with stealing finndry articles, of wearing apparel of the goods: tend chattels of William Patten. I '' It was *hewi^ in cadence tha^e^rispnef. ,whp| was unknown to Mrs. Fallen, went to nefnousej ©U the JLQth, .of. October, lusfe. while her Jius.bjnd was down the river Tamar, and stated that Mr. P. bad fallen overboard...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SUPREME COURT. SECOND DAY—Wednesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

              SUPREME COURT, SECOND DAY - Wendnesday, February 8 James Beams stood charged with stealing, on the 3rd day of July 1830, one bull, value £5, the property of W. E. Leith; and Robert Beams and John Moulds, with receiving the same. A second count stated the animal to be the pro- perty of Samuel Southall.             William Elliott Leith, sworn. — Resides at Quamby's Brook near the the township of Westbury; am acquainted with a man named Southall ; had cattle of him on the thirds; I missed a bull calf in the month of May. 1830 I saw it for the first time afterwards on the 16th of June, same year, in a paddock adjoining my own land, belonging to Mr. W. Field; it had been cut apparently 4 or 5 weeks and branded BJ ; I know the prisoners at the bar; I had mentioned to James the loss of the calf ; I do not sup...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BATHURST NATIVE TRIBES., [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

BATBURST NATlV'^TRlBJBS., [From tue Sydney Gazette.] The aboriginal clans drBatliursl, Kingvs^ 'Plains', Warwick, Mudgen 'Belobelaf atid Wellington, once thembsi ferocious, of thfirclassy are now perhaps the most idoGJI^iaodipjearf able in tbf ter ritory. , The, irneq^jjvoical course adopted -inj 834 for (h-eir «H bjugation^ . has effe^toajly/queUpd the. internal spirit of hostility and inclination to acts ol atroiity which; formerly characterised them, and transformed them nut only into a harmless I and lractable-4butji inmany caBes, a useful peo- | pie. Their assistance has been found available on various occasions, and the peculiar instinctive facility with which they are enabled to track this course of runaways has been found eminently serviceable. This disposition has been encourag ed by inconsiderable issues from time to time of provisions, and a periodical supply of slop cloth ing, blankets, rugs, &c. Their habits also par take more of civilization than is usually to ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE REGALIA OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

ttifi REGALIA OF ENGLAND. TifE regalia, it present, consists of five, crowns, five sceptres, four swords, two v^jry v'g!lyr' ^hd 1H oonvenipHt rings, oiie golden g^obe or orb, one! pair, of golden spurs, and a golden sp'boh and chalice. '../, /', .,' '.. ' '.' ? ?.': ?''''? . - ???? tip\t to .0ie principal crown, th'nt of S^. Edy ward, with which1 the monarch is invoked at the Cornnation in Westminster Abbey, is what is cal led Th'e Crown of Stftte; , it Is so termed because the Sovereign wears' it :bu state dccABlons, such flfl going to the House of Peers, &c. This crown rs magnificent, and it has several peculiarities dis tinguishing it from the others. The mound, in stead of being of gold, 4s one solid beryl-stone, of a sea-green color, and called aqua marina. There are few instances of so large and pure a specimen of beryl, or aqua-marina, upon record. But another distinguishing mark of this crown of state is a peculiarly large ruby, set in one of the crosses (worn immed...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

COMMERCIAL. From Mr. W. Buchanan's Price Current, Oct. 5, 1831— Sheep skins, 15s. to 18s. per doz.; Blue Gum, £5 to £6 per load ; Mimosa Bark, £& 10*. to £9 10s. per ton; Sperm Oil, £75 per tun; Head Matter, 473 ditto; Black Oil, £28 to £30 ditto ; Southern Whalebone, £80 to £100 per ton; Sealskins— Wifis, 20s. to 25s. per skin ; Middlings. 20s, to 24s. ditto i Smalls, 20s. to 22s. ditto ; Large Pups, 18b. to 20s. ' ditto ; Middling ditto, !6s. to 17s. ditto;, Small ditto, 12s. to 14s. ditto ; Black Pups? Is. 6d, trii&s. 6d. ditto ; Ox and Cow Hides from 55 to 60 lbs. \ach, 4d. to 5d.; per 1b. ; ditto, from 40 to 55 lbs., 3$d. to 4d. ditto ; Flax, £20 to &%% per ton,; Horns, 35s. to 40s. per 123. '

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

FOREIGN. . TFrom the.OBSEavEE. Oct. 16.1 FRANCE.— The question of Hereditary Sonodri has been decided in France. The Chamber of Deputies^ after a debate of unexampled length, declared on Monday test, by a majority of 324 to 86, that the rank of a parent, however. high, . or however well-earned, is in no case to dlescerid tp the child. It is said that the: vote of our House of Lords on the Reform Bill had much influence in nrdducinff this resalt, knd that the oriintoDB t-f the Deputies were swayed by , the apparent hos tility to popularrights which the Peers' of Eh^laod had just exhibited, -and which was If no wn at .Pa ris before the division, it is very welt to use this assprtion tn England as a portion of ; an^arRttitoent against the course adopted by the majority in the recent division on our Reforfo Sill * ' but ^e «p jireheind there, are few who will be deposed jo think that it 'would have hat) 6b much Effect on :*he 'French Chamber,: or, Who will not .«t|| to miud the importan...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

MISCELLANEA. Portsmouth, August l.~Her Majesty, Donna Maria, accompanied by the Ex-Emperor and Em press of Brazil, arrived -at the George Inn, at half-past seven this evening. Orders having ar rived to receive Donna Maria with - he honors due to a Queen, prepn rations were accordingly made, and on the appearance of the steamer with Her Majesty on board, salutes were fifed from tbe ships at Spithead, and on i»«j steamer pass.ui^ them, they manned yarriu; which compliment wa6 acknowledged by the party oit board the steamer. On landing they were received by Ad miral Sir T. Foley and his lady* and the naval officers of the shipB here, and also a salute of 21 guns from the garrison. The guard that received the party on lauding was a company of Hoy at Marine Artillery, and their beautiful band, which played ' God save the King' in fine style. Gen. Sir Colin Campbell also paid his respects to Her. Majesty, who seemed in excellent spirits. Hav ing entered the Admiral's and General's carriag...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WOOL. LONDON Sept.20. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

WOOL. .. ;.;. .... :iC', Itovpojr, , Bent;.. 20. The following we the -prices obtained at the public Sales of Colonial Wool which have taken place from the 9th instant. 9th September, '684 Bales Australian and Fan Diemen's Land Wool. *. d. t. rf. Van Diemen's Land inferior 0 11 to 1 3 Better quality - - ~ 1 4 18 Australian, low - ? -12 18 Better quality - - - I 10 ^2 3J , 12th September, 744 Bales, &c. Van Diemen-g Land, inferior 0 7 14 Better quality - -.12 16$ Australian, inferior - - 0 11& 16 Better quality - - -16 2 2 14th September. 590 Bales, &c. Van Diemen's Land, inferior 0 7 j 1 3J Better ... .14 18 Australian, inferior - -12 17 Better ?- - - - I 8 2 2* 16th September, 294 Bales, &c. Van Diemen's Land, inferior 0 11J 1 5i Better - ~ - ..16 18 16 th September, 470 Bales, &c. Tasmanian - - -08 1 8fc Australian, ordinary - ? 1 2fc 1 10fc 16th September, 361 Bales, &c. Tasmanian i - - 0 iO| 17 Australian, ordinary and ?-?? superio...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NINTH- DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

A ''? NmTH- DA Y^T«oRsiiA y. - Robert -Kettle stood charged with receiving. 'a'^iinUtf '^f .mbttpri, the property of James Cox,j WwihWii' «aW bfci&leW; ' ?'?'r??- ' ' ?™T er*die^uirty. s v ' ~ ?',. ^iqu^MALqjg.EY and James- Murphy stood ifiba^B«4B^-ft tJisiftjiltiqftuTJip^^liansbn and Tops. Jones, on the 19thd;,.j;(e)^;garf.K| v } , Verdict-Not Quiky. ; .qj Gw.bg^ WijjflHT^w.iif^tplace^ .at, the bar, J^phiArcher. ' i ???;».*,} ?,:,:?,.., ,.-? A- ? m*--^ ? I' Joseph Charles Hall, an approver, sworn. -~T4i£'iri8o0er at the bar todmyself wer^ in M^.j NbthfarPs road baatf attflAckmarfS River^nld 'aijs^Wd^a froW it togethtr;' W^sh^t whi^Vet fell in with Bev.m and Bret«n ? knbw'a stotkiitit! #;eioj|j Wright, and myself were there on the( - ^amhnrJpJairaWf^SSO; we got thfere about ^ iu the afternoon, and- lay in ambush for an hour, wh^a ,two men .passed by fromJhe ljut;t w,heu they returned, .Breton went up with, hisp!ece,iand desired them to Jstop; wfethen aUwerit op to the hut, t...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x