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PUBLIC MEETING. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

PUBLIC MEETING. UT0UD1V, fERROlRV *TH, 1887. Pursuant to the following requisition, a Meeting was held at 4 o'clock this day, at the new TJicatre, in Campbell-street. At the hour appointed, tlic Theatre Mas surrounded with the most rcspcctablt gentlemen in the town ; at about half-putt four.tlie Theatre «as ncuilv lilled, when it wa- moved by Mr. Luccllei, that Mr. Crombie take the Chair. The niirtion was seconded by Mr. Stoke!!. M/. Crombie having taken the Chair, he read tlie Requisition, and addressed a few words to the Meeting; he hoped that ull present would be tem perate, and endeavour to subdue any feeling that might have been exoited on the occasion. The Requisition, which was as follows, was most numerously signed : — Hobart Town, Jan. 4, 1887. We, the undesigned, requei* a Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Hobart To.vn and its vicinity, to be held at the new Theatre, in CanipuelUtrcct. tliji afternoon, at four o'clock, for the purpose or petitioning His Excellency Sir J...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

Ityafttf of djt iHoon First quarter- 12th day— 58 ratt. past 7 afternoon ~ Sun Day lDayllength] Day lEquatio Sun Sun ,. |lt ,; hi of decreB of '** '*' begins ends! day ses. time. isTTeW fiils sola io|« «|i ssj1*^;

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OIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

' We are indebted to Mr: Eddie for the following information per Hcnkc ;— i OIL MARKET. . ' The prefixed list ofthnucctss.orrmtherfailure of the Davit Straits 'Fishery, shows, that common Oils must be -valuable for the nnt twelve monthi. .Present price- £ 46 to £48 per tun. Sperm Oil .f 82 per tun, and this price, or a few poundj more or less, it likely to be supported for the next twelve month*. South Sea Whalebone £160 per ton. The above arc the quotations since the result of the failure or the Northern Fishery has been ascer tained. British ships at Davit Straits and Gieenland Whale FiiheriB_62 ; Fish caught in all-18.'

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

feidj 4Uatci- at lUunccfStoii. «. ?. »? «? Sunday .... 6 ©0 1 Wcdi.csday . . 8 IS Monday.... 6 4S | Thursday.... 9 00 Tuesday ... 7 80 ? Friday ..... 9 45 . ? Saturday ? 10 80

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

NOTICE. We are requested to state for the information of the Public, that his Excellency tub Likdtemint Governor will receive Gentlemen desirous of tee ing him on personal business— on Tuesday and Wednesday next, between the hours of Eleven and Two o'clock. | ? !. Saturday evening. r .' Great preparations are waking for the Bachelor** Ball and supper, on Wednesday next, which will take place at the commodious Stores of Mr. John Griffiths, at the Wharf, foot of Tamar Street, to which his Excrllkncv and Lidt Fjuhiuin have accepted an invitation. In a society, which for » long a period, has been difided by disucntions — caused by Arthur's system of espionage and tpyisni —no measures are so likely to remove them, and to' heal the wounds created by {them, at public assem blies. We are glad to hear.lhat our Governor ex presses himself upon the occasion of the Ball at Campbell Town — desirous to promote good feeling and cordiality in society, and that he knew of no better way of promoting ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

The' following Mails arc cipected to close «t the J.iunceston Port Office as follows— To England per Atwick (via Hobart Town.) on Monday IStli inrt., at IS o'clock ; to Sydney, on Tuesday, 14th instant, at 12 o'clock ; to Poet Phillip, every Wednesday and Saturday, at 1 o'clock.

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EXTRACTS. From the latest [?] Papers. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

.EXTRACTS dfrom tljt iattft Sstoncg JJnptrS, To tub Editor ok toe Sydney Hehald. Mb. Editob, — Having seen a paragraph in one of your hue papers, in which you express surprise that the particulars of .the Mutiny on board the Captain Cook, and the means used to prcvw.t the mutineers from carrying their muiderous designs intu execution, were not laid before the Public ? I have much pleasure in forwarding you the par ticulars of that transaction, which you may lely uo being correct, I having bceu «in eye-witness. I have tbe honor lo be. Sir, Your most obedient and humble servant, An KmcuiNT. MUTINY. A few days after leaving toil;, it wns reported lo the Hospital attendant, John I'iiHch, formerly on officer in the 4Slh regiment, who served with dis tinction in the Peninsula, that tic cviiviclf, incited by several who had tacn previously tiiu^pcrted to this Colony, intended lo rake ll.e vessel ; the cir cumstance was mentioned by tin's peis.nn tu tl.c Doc tor and the Officers of the Guar...

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THE MAN WOT IS HATED—DOWN UPON HIS LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

THE MAN WOT IS If ATED-B0W2J UPON HIS LUCK. I shall be forced (o give up business if things go on in this kind of wny. The neck nfmv favorite si-stem is broken. All well '. I must followmy old pal, and cut -my lucky out i.f ll.is with all iKjssible haste, or ?????j»»»» -r_but I have it

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

The late hour at which advertisements are brought to this office, and the number of them in u this paper, oblige us to leave out several columns of local matter. 1 To be Sold Ay Public Auction, ' BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, On MONDAY next, ISth instant, at S o'clock, on the King't Wharf, 1 fpHIRTEES logt Cedar, landed from the brig , * Siucu, from Sydney. ' WORKINGJBUL1.OCKS. * To he Sold by Public Auction, I BY MR. UNDERWOOD, ' At his Tardt,c6rn«rofChaTletandCameron-streetti * on TUESDAY next, the 14th instant, at one o'clock, without reserve, ?- I, OUR WORKING BULLOCKS. a *? Term— Cash. 'J '/ o be sold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At bit rooms, comer of Charles and Cameron-streets, , on TUESI)AY«extt the 14th instant, immedi ately after the talc or Working Bullocki, with . out reserve, t ABOUT 150 flora, of bottled ale, in B-aoacn casks. Auo — Blue jacket., corduroy ditto, cord and 1 beverteen troivsers, moleskin, plush, and swam- j down wilts, letter and foolscap paper, duck, tad...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

MISCEl^AITOOUS. On the 17th of May hut, the fete of the inspec tion of brides took place at Moscow. The young men Who wish to take a. wife, range themselves in lines on tbe two tide walks of theftromenade'vand for five or six hours, they see, ffllng^nT l*f»re\hein, as .at a review, the young girls, dressed in their finest apparel, and .*liining with their natural graces and the brilliancy of diamonds, mixed with flowers. The da; following negociationi arc opened with the parents of the young girl) that haw been remarked. A celebrated writer says, that compara tive degrees of civilization may tie fairly fixed nt. the proportion in which the women of any given country are treated with more or less kindness and riEspEcr. In what degree, then, ere we to place the Russian, who exhibits his daughtcr.or his sister, asataftlB? The amount of dock dues of Liverpool, as lately published, appear to have been, in the lest year, £221,945. It is curious to compare this emoui.t with what they were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

NEW STORES. MESSRS. COULSTOCK. & DUNCAN; Uke tbii opportunity of returning to their Cus tomers in Town end Country, their matt sincere and grateful -acknowledgments, for the very liberal Patronage which bat been conferred on them, — at tbe same time teg to intimate, that they bave ta kcu those spacious PREMISES at the corner of Wellington and Elizabeth streets, where they will carry ou THE BAKING aND ? Confectionary Business, at uiual, as well as ? GENERAL STORE,- and pledge themselves to supply every Article of the beit possible description, at'ai low prices as any other House in Town. tOT Orders will be attended to with punctuality and despatch, and Goods sent to any part of Town. Prime Sydney beef Pork, tongues and Tallow Red and pickled herring' Yorkshire hams Dip and mould candles A great variety of prime pickles, sauces, mus tard, 4c. Fine hjton-tkin tea Isle of France sugar Refined loaf ditto Very superior ncgrohead, roll, shag, and re turns tobacco Snuffs, &c...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

To the Editor.   It is a trite but not less true saying, that the Go- vernment of a State has the power of giving the   tone and example to its society— the truth of this   observation will be evident to every person who has at all studied human nature. This idea induces   me to offer a few remarks on that interesting, and rapidly rising settlement "Port Phillip." Those of your readers, who choose to look back   to one of your numbers of May last, will see a com- munication dated the 10th of that month, which I have reason to know, is consideeed by those best able to judge, to be an impartial and true account of the   settlement just named; I shall therefore, not make   any remark applicable to circumstances prior to that   date. The lamentable murder of Mr. Franks was the next occurrence ; a few weeks subsequent an at- tempt, (the most treacherous ever known) was made to murder M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

To be Sold by Public Auction, BY J. C. UNDERWOOD, [ On SATURDAY next, the IBlli intt., at 1 o'clock it precisely, on the premises of Mr. Joseph Dell, retiring from the retail business, Brisbane-street, positively without reserve, rjlHE whole of bis StoeWn-Trade, consisting . M. of—cotton cord, wonted do., moleikin, bever- f teen' pilot cloth, cantoon and duck tromen, cord, moleskin, and pea jackets, red and blue serge shirts, a ttirped do., tewing silk, fancy vests, ribbons, white ?liitts, prints, calicoes, black and colored silk hand- si kerchieft, cotton do., gunpowder, slot, starch, blue, rice, pepper, coffee, black paints, whips of Ml de scriptions, combs, tapes, thread, reaping hooks, 4c-, £?*? i-A}'1! CounUr( scales, shelves, &c Teh**— A credit of 3 months to purchasers _, above £lfi on approved bills: I IMPORTANT 'W PUBLICANS. I WINES, SPIRITS, BEES, &c, 4c. . I To be Sold by Public Auction, by am. J. a. eddie, { At bis Booms, In St. John-rtreet, on TUESDAY, t...

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THE LAWYERS: [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

THE LAWYERS! We refer our Readers to a letter or Mr. Arrow, smith's, in another column or thit paper, -the Bill he fa»ors the public witji it a splendid specimen or Legal extortion. Tbe following it a ?' morceau' equally intcmting. - In tiie ScmEME Counr. Kennedy v. Mc'Kie. Plaintiff Claimt J£6 8.. fid. i.e.J!claim of the Lawyer J£49l- **? Now, it seemt to us really improbable, that a man, incapable of paying the sum or six pounds nine ?hillings and 6ve pence should be able to pay in ad dition to it four pounds two shillings and four pence. The Lawyers, however, in these caws manage mat ters favorable to themselves— they are sure to ob tain their costs— because, the party employing them is responsible for them, who is made to pay if the opposite party cannot. It i. very usual for the Legal Gentlemen.after they have contrived to make up a good Bill— to send it to their client, who ra ther than liquidate it— is glad to arrange with the debtor to satirfy the Lawyer for the cost— upon b...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Feb. 16,1917. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

GOVERSmEMT NOTIC& CslenUt Secretary'* Olllce, Feb. 16, 1837. -n.e«eotenantG»vernordireet« itt« be netined SeMete will pracert to Norfolli FWna. whjrt Jie IWKMI * ^Thur^ytbeaWot HamHton ; and £jM«ay*be Sfch February at New NorfoJk. )B-hi.E-««11ency'ieomma»rl, Jon Meimos

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EXTRAORDINARY ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

EXTRAORDINARY ASSURANCE! ' On Sunday lust, two centumem on their way from Hobart Town to Campbell Town — in a car- ' riage, stopped at a road house, at Spring Hill, where they left their boiaea, and took out of the stable of tliat Inn and placed in their own carriage, a pair of horses, standing there, belonging to Mr. Ccx's stage coach. The horse, bad a twenty-four mile stage to perform the next morning— and one of them wanted a slim ; it mattered little, however, to these gentlemen — they drove them on to Oat lands, a distance of twenty-four miles,notwithstand ing— a pair of horses met tbe carriage belonging to one of tbe gentlemen some miles away from that place— on the way to meet him. The horse want ing a shoe, was not shod at Oatlands, but was Kilt back immediately, the consequence wa», that when , the ctace drove up on the following morning, the animal, which was a wbeeler, and very valuable, was lame, and unfit to travel. In this predicament our Reader, may judge the disappoi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

Nearly tlic whole of this day was occupied on a charge against the master ortheHUiiR schooner, undci the IIuskiKon Act, in aiding the intended escape ofCliarlcsGray, a convict; twelve witnesses were examined, lly the statement of Gray, who it appeared, had foimcd a very disreputable connexion, he, through their arrangement, had been in treaty with the Captain for the last fortnight to effect his escape, for which he gave him tlic sum of fifty pounds for a passage to Sydney. The Mins had to put back on Sunday night, and anchored at Mr. Proctor's to tnkc in potatoes. Gray attended his duty on Monday morning, and cflectcd the robbery, (of which he was convicted) ; he afterwards ab sconded, and was traced to Brown's River, and from thence through the bush, by the Cascade, to the New Town Road ; and on Wednesday morning ubout 2 o'clock lie was detected, by the vigilance of a constable, dressed in women's clothes, with the master's wife on the New Wharf, and had got into the boat which th...

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Court of Requests Launceston. [?]SITTING FOR 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

? Cott.t ot tttqiK«M-l.w*ttiion. nmri errnsat ran 1887. t, *»,.-« where the .u-n »uel f.r ..reels Ten p,uni»-Fri.Lv, March «rd,l8S7. In raw whfce the turn wi for doe, not exceed Ten P.»un 1» -SsturiUv. Mvch 4th. iS'J. Plaint, fv fie Oirtri:* of Lvnwton. m«* bslile,! ni or before Thurri*'. February 2?rd, 1987..

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

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