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Dhases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

JJll.iSfS of tl)t fiflooil First quarter- 14th March— 67 mts. past 1 aft. ^ \Z Day Day length Day Equation Mar.^ S'' light light of decrca ^of ^^ begins ends day ses. time. 18 J« 4°|«ll|4 20|7 4C|1S 22J2 5--| '^

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

TENDERS ...? . 1;On EWES, WETHEBS,_WOHKIN'G OX ' EN and COWS, .for* Synth Aiutralu, will be received' b/ Mn. X. GULES, -until Sfirfitnst. iAUtieesbtii UU) ?March. ^ .

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High water of Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

fetgij ©Hater, .it Usmutctcm. n. «. ? h. m. Sunday .... 4 451 WetWsiwy .. 7 00 Monday.... £ 80 {Thursday ? 7 45 Tuesday.. .. 6 16 ' Friday ? 8 80 Saturday ........ 9 IS

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Court of Requests—Launceston. [?] SITTING FOR 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

Court of i£t([Mttt-Ustmttiton. rorjRTn sitting roa 1687. For trial of Causes where the sum sued for exceeds flO-Fiiday, April 7th, 1887. For trial of Causes where the sum docs not oxceed £10 -Siturday April 8tb, 1887. Plaints for out District Cases must be' filed on or before— Satur lay the 251 h March. Plaints for the District of Lnuncenton must be 61ed oner before— Wednesday, March 29.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

SHIP fcSse. NEWS. Atiucn 7 — Arrived the sloop RbBEOu, Fraser, from Western Port— in ballast, Milicn 8— Arrived the barque Isisiau, Hart,* master, I'ruui Kangaroo island. — Passengers, i-ctWs W. Uiiles, Em)., and Hem y Jones, Esq. Marrh 8— Arrived the brig Siren, Bell, master, from Port Phillip— in hallust. Mii.cn 11 — Arrived the tchooner Silly Ann, l)emp-tcr, master, from Pottlalld Bay. U i ncli 11— Arrived the schooner 'J iiietle, Mills master, from Port Fairy. aUHCH 11— Arrived the schooner Mtnti, Hollis, . master, fiom Newcastle, New South Wales. Milieu 4— Sailed the schooner .Elizabeth, Camp bell, muster, for Sydney. Mikch 6— Sailed the schooner Adxuioe, Me'-' Clclland, master, for Port Pliiilip,. . Miitr.li 6 — Sailed the schooner I-owE»TOrF,Fran- cis. mnctcr, for Port Phillip. MincH 8— Sailed the schooner Gew, Laurie, master, for Port Phillip. Milieu 9— Sailed the schooner Kktehfiiiiie, Hunter, master, for Port Pliiilip — Passenger*, Messrs. I''.. Edwaids, G. Peck, J. Perkin...

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

To the Editor. Sir— I did not notice your reporter in the Police Office on Tuesday last, when our Magistrate gave sentence against his constable for breaking into a private dwelling-house— the proprietor of it felt himself disgusted with the sentence, as well he might be ; but as you will likely publish the pro ceedings, I will merely trouble you with a circum stance that transpired upon the prosecutor leaving the office, after having made some observations upon the sentence. Mr. Police Magistrate Clark, when sitting upon the Bench, and the prisoner, his con stable, Peel, when standing at the bar, set up a most violent and insulting laugh, which the Magis trate indulged in for a considerable time— evi dently intended to convey to the witnesses of such indecorous and abominable conduct, their contempt of the retired gentleman, but which was, in truth, nothing else than their contempt for justice. This fact, if you will enquire into it, can be ve rified by every person present; Mr. Co...

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

SALES BY AUCIXON. Extensive Sale of Slock. MR. J. C, UNDERWOOD has received in structions to Sell by Public Auction, at Killafaddy, on Wednesday, 2Sth March, nt twelve o'clock, tbe following highly improved STOCK, the property of John Archer, Esq., vii ? IMOYoung Bve, 800 Full-mouthed ditto 700 Ewe Lambs 1200 Two-toothed Wethers 700 Wether Lambs A ftxr pure Saxon Hams ISO Head of Cattle, consisting of cows, calves, heiferi, and steers 10 Marcs and Fillies B Curt Horses E Colts 200 Pigs of all nges rEHMH ;— All sums under ISO, cash ; i 20 to £100, t months ; above £100, 8 & 6 months ciedit on ap proved tills. Every accommodation afforded to purchasers. Nine .ricre Allotment, IN THE MARSH. To be Sold fay Public Auction, BY MR. UNDER-WOOD, On WEDNESDAY, the 15th March, at One o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, Corner of Charles and Cameron-streets, without reserve, A NINE ACRE ALLOTMENT OF LAND, ? fenced and divided into two Padducks, with a frontage on the North Esk River, nrar ...

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

CORNWALL STORES. MC KILLOP & ANDERSON have juit re ceived, and have now ou Sale— J Pickled herrings, in bairels, half ditto, und fcrkim Gad andJing Irish pork in barrels, and half ditto ,. Westphalia and York hams I A quantity ot tugar candy, very superior to. sugar, when used for tea or coffee, at It. per lb., orlOd. by the case. « lino, A fresh supply or Scotch whiskey. Feb. 18, 1887. ? ? ON SALE, IK HENRY, F-RT WINE, very superior, in pipes and cases . ' Madeira ditto ditto Sherry ditto ditto Marsalla ditto in pipes Rum, Jamaica, in hhds. and puncheon ? Ditto, Leeward Island, in puncheons j, Tuipentine '„ Boiled and raw linseed oil White lead in ( cwt. and } cwt boxes Yellow mottled soap Ladies' and gentlemen's boots and ahoes Arrow-root io cases Hunting and stock-keepers' saddles Ladies's saddles Bridles, single and double Whips, assorted Irish linen ' Regatta shirts Slop clothing in bales Fowling pieces Carpenters' tools Kails of all description! Percussion caps Shootin...

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Mr. Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

Mr. Editor. SIR— As some account of the new Colony may be interesting to your readers, and but justice to the Colonists that the account should be a correct one, we are desirous to afford such information as the short period of our visit to South Australia enabled us to procure. The principal Settlements are formed on the main land of Gulf St. Vincent. Off Holdfast Bay (an anchorage of the most secure description, except in westerly gales), the Buffalo, and several mer- chant vessels of considerable burthen were lying, when the Isabella arrived. The township of Gle- nelg has been formed at this spot, and up to the period of our sailing, was the port of discharge ; but the harbour of Port Adelaide has been officially declared as the port, and henceforward will be con- sidered as such. For an account of this harbour, we refer you to the letter of Captain Hart, who surveyed it to a partial extent. Holdfast Bay is situate about 60 miles from Cape Jervis, on ap- proaching which, you make...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Though it is but s tiny thing, a tin trumpet, we ', must take another blow at it. It is lively, and re minds us (in more ways than one, as we (hall shew atvthe dost of this notice) flHffja** days, when j fain were -suffered, and children were permitted . ' to be merry; i. «., tefbre tte-Scbeolma-ter strode y abroad to make Utilitarians' of four yean old, «nd Philosophers or five, la the chubby times of hoops and lioprtcotcb, when 'Tom Thumb' and ' Goody Two-Shoes' were unproscribed nursery books, and the tNFAHT-ryrof Britain were .not trained -with the gravity of Spaniards, a tin trumpet svas equally noisy and agreeable to urchin ears and lips.. JJut, blessed be the march of inlellect and the spread of knowledge'! we have lived to see a ' talented' and practical epoch. A kite, now, is made to teach aerostation and electricity; a peg-top serves to il lustrate mechanics; a foot-ball, projectiles, and, perhaps, geography; a skipping-rope, geometry and the laws of motion ...

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THE RIVER TAMAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

THE RIVER TAMAR. It affords iu much pleasure to report, from per ?onal observation,' the arrangements that hare been ^defor buoying and beaconing the BiTcrT»ro»r. So tkrm paiotiBg cut the T*rioiaoW»d« it i£ m yigation, *U fait teen Ame«ii*it«Maii to motel be done ; certainly nothing Wore in the way of kiru tan be'regutsite to point out, even to a stranger in the river, the course he should adopt in working nis vessel upon Us bosom. If a Tettelgeti into mis chief now, on her passage up or down the Tamar, wx shall esteem it the effect or ignorance or inat tention of the pilot. If we recollect the Police Act aright, it contains a clause, making it punishable to bang a boat or vessel to a buoy or beacon. This lair should be ftrictly attended to, and in cases of disobedience, iigidly punished. We do not take upon ourselves to say it ii the case, but we do believe that more than one of-the buoys in the river are at present moved considerably away from the position they should be in, and i...

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POLICE OFFICE, LAUNCESTON, 7TH MARCH, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

POLICE OFFICE, LAONcsnoK, 7th Mi ecu, 1687. William Peel, James Donnelly, James Olds worth, and John Bydee, constables, wen chaigcd upon the information of William Mann, Esq., with having feloniously broken into a house, his pro perty, on the evening of Saturday lust. Mr. Clatk. the Police Magistrate, refused to hear the complaint against any other constable than Peel, who being placed at the bar, pleaded Not Guilty. The prosecutor called the following evidence : — Edward Crenicr, sworn— Between 12 and I o'clock on Saturday night last, I was disturbed by a man knocking at the door, and asking foi a per son of the name of Carpenter ; he was told there was no person of that uumc there ; he caid there was.aud that he had promised him a part of his bed ; he said he had a bottle full ofrum,and part or ano ther bottle ; I told him he should not come ui, as we had no drunken characters there ; shortly Ifter, heard several persons knocking at the door, and demanding admittance, which I woul...

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

CORNWALL STORES. MC K1LLOP & ANDERSON have just re ceived, and have now on Sale — ridded herrings! fa bairek, lialf ditto, and firkins Cod and, ling - - Irish pork in barrels, and half ditto WestphalUand Vork bunt ';'; A quantity of sugar candy, very superior to sugar, when tiled for teaoi coffee, at It. per Ib., orlOd. by the case. luo, . A (rah supplf oT Scotch whiskey. N E W « T O R B S , onwn CLARK AND RVL E, COACH MAKERS, fTBLLinpTON BHHBBT. npHE UNDERSIGNED, beg. to acquaint h» I- Friends and the Public, that he hat now on Sale, at his Store, the following general (election of GOODS, which be trill sell at such prices, tpi at Mich terras at be trusts will ensure him a portion of their patronage, viz,— Tea, sugar, coffee Soap, starch, blue Mustard, pepper, picklo Currants, rabom, ginger Nutmegs, cloves, alipiee Cinnamon, caraway seeds : WinatorwapIrIceana»»U'' '' *' v -Jstns*»1, pearl barley, .. ' Torloliire £apu, 'Bath liricki tr , t; .,.,-,-?,*-(? A ' Very superior Ne...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 March 1837

DIED - Suddenly, at his residence, in Launceston, on Thursday morning last, Mr. John Powell, an old and respectable Colonist. His death will be severely regretted by a numerous family, and a large circle of friends.

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

EXTENSIVE SALE CATTLE AND HOUSES To lie Sold by Public Auction, BY MB. J- A. EDDIE, At Mr- M'Gowan's Distillery, on TUESDAY, the S8tli Morel), commencing at Eleven o'clock pre cisely, . . ABOUT 200 head or T*me and very highly im proved CATTLE, consisting of— _ Com in calf with calves by their sides Steers, lit for the butcher and for yoke And a number of working cattle. ? '. AUDf i ? * Mires, with foals by their rides, and in foal An5 8 very useful Fillies. . The above Stock will bt found worthy the at. tention ot the Public, having. been selected from «ome of the finest herds iu the Colony and are now parted with in consequence of the proprietor being oventocked.' ,'_»., About 20 Cows, principally or the Suffolk breed, tome of which were bred by the Her, ' ' Mr. Marsdcn, of Sydney, all quiet end ac customed to milk without their calves, now in calf to a Devon Bull, which will be told at the tame time. Sir*pair large working bullocks Six pair steers From 80 to 40 head of young stoc...

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PRISONER'S COUNSEL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

- PRISONER'S COUNSEL BLLJU There can be no question, that tb- Legislature exercised n sound discretion in passing the recent) .Act for allowing Counsel to plead iotthe defence in Criminal Trials. Tbe time of our Courts may sometimes be unnecessarily occupied, and incouve-. qience maybe experienced in the protracted at tendance of Judged1 Jurors, oficcrs and witnesses, but if. the maxim that bids us do light though the llcaveni should tail, in binding upon mankind in re lation to most of the affairs in public and private ' Kfe- it is a hundred' times more imperative in rela tion to the affaire of Justice. That it is better that ten guilty men sjiould escape than tliat one innocent man should suffer, is an undeniable axiom ; and. while we have the authority of the best legal prac-. titioncrs for the sad fact, that many persons have been consigned to tbe scaBbM on evidence that coun srt could have theorn to be contradictory or untena ble,— all persons whine duty it may J* to put the ne...

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PRISONERS' COUNSEL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

PRISONEHS' COUNSEL ACT. The following is a copy of the Act now in force in England, aud -therefore to also in force here, by which prisoners accused of felony arc permitted to be defended by Counsel. We are convinced the Judges, even if the Act has not been officially trans mitted them, would consider that they have sufficient legtl notice of its existence to allow it to be acted upon at the ' gaol deliveries.' It is a most irajior tant and most valuable Act, and we trust every man in the Colony will bestow upon it such attentive consideration, as to render himself perfectly ac quainted with its whole provisions. ? Tisuinun. ?' An Act for enabling Persons indicted for Felony to make their defence by Counsel or Attorney. Whereas, it is just and reasonable that persons fif*niiM-i1 nt -ilTi*llfM.E mmniKf llif. laOLFciinulii It* ennftlnii to nial'.c their full answer and defence to all that is ' alleged against them ; be it therefore enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and ...

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TRYING TO BRAVE THE STORM. Beware the Ides of March." [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

TiR Yflf O TO BRA VE THE STORM. . .-»? sa. Beware the Ides of March.' Come, come, Sir John, the tvind will soon be o'er, The kail and lain will shortly cease to jwur ; Follow with us, and ratlin brave the storm, ' Than^akc tlic read that leads you to reform. Ob no, I've soiled the Artie Regions twice. Where ever} Elcjncnt seemed to join together ; I've been lieni'd ill with mountains formed of ice And wanting food and clothes, to Inure the weather ; But ne'er till now, has danger reared its hcud, To thus repel me with its hideous foim ; . Letiucxcjtum, n|uch rather I'd be dead . ? '' Than uke a road that leads to such o storm.

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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

?Pott '©flier, Isnnttotoh. ManOtre expected ts dose at tils Office as fol lows ixjiti South Australia, per Jubclu, on Wed nesday,, ,22nd. inrt. To South Australia, per I William, ,pn the 25th inst, To South Austratia, - per Arjuciurc, on tbe 38th inst To England, ' , per Alsavkom, on the 81ft inst. . '

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

ftig$ SHattr at l.nmcctftoii. n. n. . r. u. Sunday .... 10 IS I Wednesday .. 12 00 Monday.... 10 45 Thursday ? 19 80 Tuesday.... 11 IS Friday ? 1 00 Saturday ........ 1 80

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