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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Feb. 23 - Kinnear, barque, 368 tons, Heard, master, from London. Passengers - Messrs. Cuthbert, Stead, Broughton, Cochrane, and Horbro ; (steerage) - Messrs. Sheridan and Bush- man. J. Cain, agent. Feb. 24 - Swan, cutter, Gardner, master, from New Zealand, via Sydney. Feb. 24 - Phoebe, schooner, 89 tons, Bennett, master, from Sydney. Passsngers - Mr. and Mrs. Sayers, two children, and servant, Messrs. Neate, Smith, Bryan, Worrell, and John Mac donald. Feb. 24 - Ellen and Elizabeth, schooner, 38 tons, Brush, master, fiom Circular Head. Feb. 24 - Mary, (H. M. schooner,) from Ho- bart Town. Passengers - His Honor C. J. La Trobe, lady und family. Feb. 24 - Mary, cutter, Mathieson, master, from Circular Head. No passengers. J. Cain, agent. &nbsp; &nbsp; IMPORTS. &nbsp; Feb. 23 - Kinnear, from London - 2 barrels of raisins, 50 casks beer, 10 cases of brandy, 120 deels, 1 caroteel currants, 1 hhd, 5 bales, 6 bun- dles pails, 6 sheets,...
PORT PHILLIP MEDICAL BOARD. February 1st, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
PORT PHILLIP MEDICAL BOARD. February 1st, 1847. WE, the undersigned, the President and Members of the Port Phillip Medical Board, appointed by His Honor the Superintendent, under the Act 8th Victoria, No. 8, intituled " An Act to define the qualification of Medical Wit- nesses at Coroners Inquests and Inquiries held before Justices of the Peace, in the &nbsp; Colony of New South Wales," do hereby certify that the undermentioned gentle- men have submitted the necessary testi- monials of qualification, viz. :— Anderson, Alexander Arbuckle, Alexander Bailey, James, Goulburn River &nbsp; Barker, William, Mount Alexander Campbell, William Henry, Melbourne Cheyne, Alexander M , M.D. Cussen, Patrick, M.D., Melbourne Clutterbuck, James Bennett, Melbourne Campbell, Neil Curdie, Daniel, M.D., Port Fairy Dickson, James Drummond, James, Portland Flemming, William, Melbourne Forsayeth, Samuel Fowler, Thomas Hollingsworth Greeves, Augustus F. A., Melbourne Greeves, George, River E...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
Domestic Intelligence. The GOVERNOR - Although the Gover- nor has returned to town he has not given up his trip to New England. As Lady Mary's medical attendants have recommended change of air, her Ladyship will, should her health be sufficiently restored, which there is every reason to hope will be the case, accompany his Excellency to Port Macquarie by the next trip of the steam packet ; her Ladyship will then remain at Lake Innes, while the Governor proceeds to New England. Mr Riddell and Lieutenant Masters, A.D.C. did not return to Sydney with the Governor, but pro- ceeded from Muswellbrook to New England. Sydney M. Herald. Omnibuses. - These more modern con- veyances - speaking relatively, as they have af fected the veteran hackneys in the Mother country - appear destined to clear the Sydney streets of a superfluity of cabs of somewhat recent introduc- tion. The recommendations of the first " bus" were, that it had been imported from England, was replete with every convenience,...
To the Editor of the Port Phillip Patriot. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
To the Editor of the ¡'ort Phillip Patriot. Sin,-Will you oblige me, in justice to the Delegate, by publishing the two following para graphs,-the one being in the Aitous of luesday last, and the other from the Delegate's last de- spatch, published in all the Melhourne papers Aigus -Very recently we had the mfbrma lion Loolly given us, under Mr Cuninglmme's own hand, that tht Ddegate bent home by the people of Port Phillip, tor the express purpose of promoting Emigration and Separation, hud not considered it advisable to trouble the ¡secretary ot State on these subject», until the Squatting Ques- tion wus settlt d. Despatch (7th puragruph) " I have during the «Vens-ion which has been going on for the last three weeks, as to the tunis of the bill, purposely refrained from distincting Duri Grey's attention hy the «objects ni fetpuiutiou and linmigiatiou, but I have this day addressed a li ttei to hi» Lurdikip, in which, alter suggesting some altera- tions in this bill, 1 lutve requeste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
NOTICE. REPEATED complaints having reached us from our subscribers ut Geelong, to the effect that the Al gus is never obtainable at the Post-office there uatil after the publication of the Ottlong Advertiser, we have deemed it our duty to our supporters in that part of the province to have the evil rectified without waiting the issue of a tedious inquiry as to whether the blame rests with the Editor-Poi-tmnster. from and after this date, therefore, the Anous will be regularly delivered at the private resi- dences of the subscribers in Geelong as boon as possible after the arrival of the Steamer. Anous Office, 36th iebruary, 1847.
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir Chai les Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Older, Captain ? Geneial and Go\einor-in Chief of the Temtoiy of ew f-ci.tli Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Admnal of the same, ¿te, &c. "S \ > HEREAS the Legislative Council. Y? of ew South v\ ales now stands prorogued to Tuesday the 2(jth day of January instant; and it is- ex- pedient further to prorogue, the same : Now, therefore, 1, Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelpnic Order,, in puisuance of the power and authority in me vested as Governor of the said Co- lony, do hereby further prorogue' the said Legislative Council to Tuesday the ninth day of March next. Given under my Hand and Seal at Government 'House, Sydney, this eleventh day of Jatinuary, in the year of Our Loid one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and in the tenth year of Her Majesty's reign. (Signed) CHS. A. FITZ ROY. By His Excellency's comm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
Por Sydney. T H H E CUTTER "SWAN" immediately on the d.scharge o her cargo, will sail for the above port. For Ireight apply to WATSON & WIGHT. A Wanted, GOOD PLAIN COOK. Apply MRS. COLE, William-street. 'ANTED, by a single gentleman, Board und Residence in a respectable private family. The suburbs of the town would be pre- ferred. Terms, witlrthe necessary information, to be forwarded to tbe'ollice o f this paper, addressed to T.B.U. Melbourne, February l8, 1847. "tTSY ANTED by a man of respectability, a T T .s-ituation ¡neither Towri or Country. The advertiser has had great commercial expe 'rience, has resided in most of the ports in the East Indies, and the Eastern Archipelago,-he would undertake the correspondence or the ma- nagement in toto, of any commercial establish- ment in this town, and from his extensive infor- mation, and good connexions in Europe, he has no doubt, would make his services valuable. He would undertake the management of a coun- try Station, either ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
"WATERLOO INN," Little Collins-street. R. WILKS BEGS respectfully to intimate to the public that he has succeeded Mr. Wood as land- lord of the " WATERLOO INN," and is resolved by keeping the best qualities of liquors procurable in the market, and paying the strictest attention to the internal arrangement of his house, to merit the same very liberal support which was given to the " Waterloo" while under the management of his predecessor. N.B.-R. W. would point out to bushmen in particular the superior accommodation they would find in the " Waterloo," which contains thirty beds of the most comfortable kind. "~~ A. H. BOYS. CABINET AIAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND UNDERTAKER, COLLINS-STREET, OPPOSITE THE MARKET SQUARE, MELBOURNE. A. H. BOYS. ' "ÏTJ7HILE returning thanks for former favors, TY begs to direct the attention of those who bave hitherto so fully patronised him, io the SPLENDID FURNITURE manufactured at h.s Warehouse, which will be found on inspection superior in finish.to any Englis...
SUPREME COURT.—(CROWN SIDE.) Tuesday, 23rd February, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 26 February 1847
SUPREME COURT.-(Crown Side.) Tuesday, 23rd February, 1847. This being the day appointed for the opening of &nbsp; &nbsp; the session of oyer and terminer and general gaol delivery for the present month, his Honour the Resident Judge took his sent at 10 o'clock. Upon the panel being called over, the follow- ing Jurymen not being in attendance, were fined £1 each: - Messrs. W. Anderson, John Anderson, and Elias Ellis. George Bradbury was indicted tor larceny as a servant, in stealing a cheese, the property of his master, William Roadknight, at Geelong, on the 19th January. The second count was a common larceny. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was re- manded. The following Jury was impanelled:-G. Annand (foreman), R. Alexander, R. Batters, J. M Ardlie, M. Ahern, A. Allan, D. Barry, John Alison, W. Andrews, W. Bennett, T. Aitken, and Phillip Anderson. John Smith was indicted for stealing a silver watch, value £7, two razors, and a pair of trousers, the property of Willi...
COURT OF BEQUESTS FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE, WITH JURISDICTION TO £30. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
COURT OF BEQUESTS FOR THE COUÎ.TY OF BOURKE, WITH JURISDICTION TO ¿630. NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for the County of Bourke, with jurisdiction to £30, will be holden in Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-street, on Thursday, the 8th day of April next, at 10 o'clock, a.m. Plaints must be filed at the office ofthe' Registrar on or before Monday, the 29th day of March next. Defences or sets-off must be filed on or before Friday, the 2nd day of April next. All pleadings must be in accordance with the forms prescribed by the late rules of Court. By order of the Commissioner, J. S, GRIFFIN, Registrar. Melbourne, 2nd February, 1847. IMPOUNDED at Morang Pound, Ri- ver Plenty, 20th February, 1847 A black dtaught horse, four years old, marked with the harness, two fore shoes on, long switch tail, star on forehead, II near shoulder If not claimed and released on or before the 16th of March next, he will be sold at the Pound Y'ard according to the Act of Council. JAME...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the Waratagh we have the Adeluide journals to the 13th ult. The revenue oí the province'seems io ii flou- rishing condition, the abstract of receipts and ex- penditure for the quarter ending 31st Dee. 1846, which was just published, exhibiting a clear sur- plus of £803 8s. I Id., after providing for every kind of expenditure, fixed and incidental, and making repayment of the large sum of six thou SHiid pounds burrowed from the Lund Fund. The total receipt:, for the Quurter amounted to £15,549 Is. lOd. ; and the total expenditure to £14,745 12s. lid. A disastrous fire lind broken out at Port Ade- laide which in a very short space ol' time des- troyed property ul the value of £5000 or £6000. The fire originated in the carelessness of u tobacco smoker. A subscription wus on foot for the re- lief of the sufferers. A Buildiug Society for the construction of houses for the members »itber on their own I ground, or on ground purchased by the Society j had been publh-hed....
BALLAN POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
BALLAN POST-OFFICE. MR,. FISKEN, the postmaster of Bal- lan, having resigned that office,, and Mr. Henry James of Bacchus' Marsh, having been appointed in his stead. No- tice is hereby given, that the above named Post-office will be removed to the resi- dence of Mr. James on the 1st March next. HENRY D. KEMP, Chie f Postmaster Post-office, Melbourne, 19th February, 1847.
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th January, 1847. TOWN OF WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th January, 1847. TOWN OF WARRNAMBOOL. pVrOTICE is hereby given, that a Site _L^ has been fixed upon for a town at the undermentioned place, and that a copy of the approved Plan may be seen at the Office of the Surveyor General, in Sydney, or at the Poliee Office, Port Fairy, viz, : Warrnambool, at Warrnambool Bay. in the Port Phillip District. J3y His Excellency's Command, E DEAS THOMSON.
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Geelong, Feb. 26, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Geelong, Feb. 26, 1847, Sin-I see a paragraph in your paper of this day, wherein you state that repeated complaints huve been mude to you thut the Argus is not de- livered from the Geelong Post-office until the Geelong Advertiser is published. You do not say that you believe this state- ment, and 1 am satisfied that no one (here at leasts will. You decline making enquiry into the truth'of the accusation. I certainly would have been better pleased if you lind done me such courtesy, especially as, on another occasion, when you did so, I gave you a full explanation, and showed youthutyour informant had misled you. nevertheless, 1 set so mucti vulue upon your good opinion, that I am anxious to clear myself of the imputation you have, by inuendo, thrown upon me. Your newspapers come here loose per steamer. In order to ensure speedy delivery, I have a mes- senger waiting on the wharf to bring up all mails, j newspapers, and loose letters; these are so...
NOTICE. Western Port District, Crown Commissioners Office, Melbourne, 2nd Feb., 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
N. :TICE. Western Port District, Crown Commissioners Office, Melbourne, 2nd Feb., 1847. ALL persons in the above District who have not taken out their-licenses to depasture Stock, for the current year, are requested to do so immediately, as they are ready at the Sub-Treasury ; in default thereof, they will be in the posi- tion of persons occupying Crown Lands without license. EDWARD GRIMES, ds Commissioner Crown Lan . District of Western Por '
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
To the Editar of the Melbourne Argus. sl.3, . ? H1«T."T", and us such of soma stabil«ty, und.possessing some knowledge of Free Ï thlZUerySÚle* eXÍStÍu Melbourne, J,T wT»Lh mf?rmatlon on a subject which4* AÄ f-Churchmen in this remote part of Being favoured a few days ago with a hurried I observed therein a subscription list headed lunns of the tree Church, Alelbourne as re ed o ,»Lead1^ "FT Church-Notice lo it tn0jâZlha\ Irmay more eaäi'y be understood. "uoiire^fn'abtreproceedi^,urti1-.tbat &lt; moÄ'V845 lt iT1' the original, and grand Melbourne e9tttbll8l?'"ent of a Free Church in the lndpnB'TaS>nerked by » «¡»g Held in hat uSfn dmt9haP,ei' foremoát ¡» which was whi'nh """., . e Kev- D'. Lung-on ormed !,T 8 vo,un^y committee* was Ä.S, ' PurP°se°f receiving the «gua ture of such as were anxious for tie establish ment of the church and willing tom support the minister of that church, in the event of his ac- cepting *heir call, which was afterwards sent home. That call was ...
Royal. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
mPM^m1^^^ TÍIE.SPSjjj^ñ^t^b'Er Song, Mrs, Rich- ards. ' To bê^^'d by the laughable ioterlude of H B. " Song,?Mr. Hambleton. Dance, Mr. Dyer.' To conclude with, for the first time at this Theatre, a farce in one act, entitled the QUEER SUBJECT. J. T. SMITH. Proprietor,
TRANSFER OF PUBLICAN'S LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
TRANSFER OF PUBLICAN'S LICENSES. N&lt; OTICE is hereby given, that'a Court of Special Petty Sessions for the County of Bourke will he held at the Police-office, Melbourne, on Tuesday, the second day of March next, for the purpose of hearing and determining upon applications for Transfer of Pub- lican's Licenses, under the Act of Council 2 Viet., No. l8, of 1838. By order, ROBERT CADDEN, Clerk Petty Sessions, County 'Bourke.
COLLINGWOOD POST-OFFICE DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 March 1847
COLLINGWOOD POST-OFFICE DELIVERY. IS Excellency the Governor having been pleased to sanction the appaintment ol' a third Letter Carrier, so to allow of the extension of the Towu Delivery to Collingwood. Notice is hereby given, that a Post-officee Delivery throughout Collingwood, will be com- menced on Monday next, the 22nd instant. A Letter Box for receiptof unpaid letters will be fitted at the shop-window of Mr. William Sherry, in Brunswick-street, to be emptied by the letter carrier regu- larly twice a day, in course of his circuit. Unpaid letters deposited there will ac- cordingly meet the same attention as if Eosted at the Post-office in Melbourne, ut this cannot be made in any way to apply lo paid letters. _ _ _ HENRY D. KEMP, Chief Postmaster. Post-office, Melbourne, 19th February, 1847.