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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 29th August, 1848. SLAUGHTER HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 29th August, 1848. SLAUGHTER HOUSES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint MR. JOSEPH COULSTOCK to be Inspector of Slaughter Houses, and &nbsp; of Cattle intended to be slaughtered, in the township of Warrnambool, Port Phil- lip, under the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council, 5 Gul. IV., No, 1. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON. IMPOUNDED at the Broken River, on the 10th of September, 1848— &nbsp; 1 red bullock, branded HB conjoined off rump &nbsp; 1 red poley cow, CX off rump, X near . thigh &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 1 red and white steer, supposed brand JO &nbsp; near rump 1 red bullock, white on back, GH off rump and thigh &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 1 black bullock, little white on back, 4 off ribs, supposed B near rump 1 red cow, white back, spyglass...
Domestic Intellgence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
Domestic Intelligence. NEW ZEALAND.—The late Act of Parliament suspending the New Zealand constitution is in substance a delegation to Governor Grey of the powers of Par- liament during five years, His Excellency having the power to nominate a Council, to call together an Elective Council, and to create Municipal Corporations. PORTLAND.—We regret to report that no intelligence of the safety of the miss- ing boat, with the two men, has reached us. All accounts seem to agree in the probability of their having been lost.— The boat is said to have had not a sound timber in her, and had been merely patched up for the purpose of plying across the first river. Those who know the boat assert she would be sure to go to pieces in a rough sea. A native came into town on Friday, and reported that while he was fishing on the rocks oppo- site the Laurences, on the day on which the boat was missing, that he saw it sink; &nbsp; while a party of workmen from the town, while in search of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that in ac- cordance with the Act of Council, 4th Wm. 4th, No. 3, sec. 2, the Justices assembled at a Court of Petty Sessions held this day at the Police Office, Geelong, appointed a Public Pound lo be erected and maintained at the " Barwon," in this District, on the line of road to Lake Co- lac, about twenty miles from Geelong ; and Mr. Nicholas Trebeek to be Pound- Keeper of the said Pound. By order of the said Justices, ALFRED J. EYRE, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Police Office, Geelong, 14th September, 1848. In the Insolvent Estate of Edward Myers, of Little Bourke-street, Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Writing Clerk, for- merly accountant and agent. WHEREAS the Estate of Edward Myers, of Little Bourke-street Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Writing Clerk, was on the eighteenth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, placed under sequest...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; To the Editor of the Argus. MR. EDITOR.—In this morning's issue of the " Patriot," I find you come in for a large share of low blackguard abuse, for giving insertion to my letter in the last issue of the " Argus." The vulgarity and falsehood contained in the two letters in the " Patriot," evidently the production of the same little mind—are so foreign to the matter at issue, that I will not condescend to notice them further, than the assertion that you have been a beggar, is as untrue as it is mean, and could only proceed from a mind, composed of ignorance and falsehood. The public on two occasions, rightly thinking that your public conduct merited their support, contributed some- thing substantial for that purpose, and you would have insulted your numerous friends had you rr- fused this testimony of your public worth; as well might a "Burgess of Bourke Ward" say that &nbsp; the eighty thousand pounds subscribed as a pres...
INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, September 18, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
INSOLVENT COURT. &nbsp; Wednesay, Sentember 18. 1848. &nbsp; Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commis- sioner. In the Estate of James Horsfall.—This was a third public meeting for proof of debts and bear- ing the report of the official assignee. There were no debts proved, and no creditors in attend- ance. Tbe official assignee made no report what- ever of tbe affairs of the estate. The insolvent was present, and underwent an examination by Messrs. Sammons and Edwards on behalf of the creditors. NEW INSOLVENT. Edward Myers, writing clerk, of Little Collins- street, Melbourne. Liabilities—£82 11s. 3d.— Assets, personal property £5 ; outstanding debts £15 15s.-Balance Deficiency £61 16s. 3d.
FISHING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
FISHING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BY GEORGE HAMILTON, ESO. (Fiom the New Monthly Magazine.) Notwithstanding the multitude of fish that swarm in the principal rivers of Australia, fishing has not as yet become a popular amusement with the settlers, probably because they cannot be consi- dered as a class of persons who seek much for what Europeans call amusement, money-making being the aim of their ex- istence, and their principal recreation the simple and innocent one of "tobacco smoking." Any pursuit that does not include one of these objects has but little interest for the Australian. For my own part, as an Australian, I must claim an exception from this rule. I never could smoke with any sort of enjoyment, nor could I by any possibility make money. My object through life has been to search in an indolent sort of way for its amuse- ments ; and being too blind to look at the dark side of anything, I have managed some how or other to scramble through a fair portion of trouble, without bein...
The Argus. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to "speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak Impugn it whoso list." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1848. THE DISTRICT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
The Argus. 1 am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak Iimpugn it whoso list." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1848. THE DISTRICT ELECTION. On Thursday, the nomination of candi- dates for the representation of the Dis- trict in the Legislative Council, will take place at Geelong, and on that day conse- quently it will be seen whether the elec- tors of the province are disposed again to seek voluntarily subjection to Sydney thraldom, or whether they will like their Melbourne brethren renounce at once and for ever connexion with the unclean thing. The attempt to assert the principle of the existence of genuine representation for the province in a Sydney Legislature has proved a desperate failure. Out of the heterogeneous mass of nomi- nees the Geelong Advertiser has announced, there are not actually a sufficient number of real candidates of any shape or description in the field to make up a return to the writ, the only consenting part...
THE ORANGE LODGES IN ARMAGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
THE ORANGE LODGES IN ARMAGH. A meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of the county Armagh, was held at Ar- magh on Tuesday, the 25th April, Sir William Verner, Bart., Grand Master in the chair. It was resolved as follows :— "That at this season of unusual excitement and alarm, when false rumours are insidiously circulated, and silence, on the part of the traduced is thought to justify suspicion, we feel called on to reiterate the assu- rance that our principles and those on which the institution was originally based, remain unaltered. With the unswerving loyalty of faithful subjects, we love our gracious Sovereign. We love the true re- ligion established amongst us, and neither the wrongs inflicted on our own children and ourselves, nor the lavish concessions by which enemies to the public peace have been emboldened and made strong, have prevailed to shake our attachment to British connection, or to efface from our hearts and minds the conviction that it is our wisdom, as it is in accor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
JOB PRINTING. THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED, THAT JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE EXECUTED AT THE ARGUS OFFICE, With neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne. NOTICE POUND-KEEPERS and others requiring the publication of advertisements in the Government Gazette, are rqeuested to forward: their notices, from this date to the Argus Office, Collins-street, the Gazette being now printed at that office. Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Office of this Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with the view of enabling the owners to recover their missing stock at small expense. We have, therefore, to invite settlers who may have strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to this office a description of such cattle which w...
COURT OF REQUESTS FOR THE TOWN OF MELBOURNE AND COUNTY OF BOURKE. £10 JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
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 £10, will be holden in the Court house, Coílins- street, Melbourne, on Monday, the second and following days of October 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 twenty-fifth day of September in- stant. Defences or set-off must be filed on or before Friday, the twenty-ninth day of September 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 form prescribed by the late rules of Court. By order of the Commissioner, J. S. GRIFFIN, Registrar. &nbsp; &nbsp; Melbourne, September 7th, 1848.
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, IN 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, IN 1849. CONVEYANCE being required for the Post Office Mails from and to the undermentioned places, for one year, from the 1st January, 1849, persons dis- posed to contract for providing the same, are invited to transmit their offers, in writing, to this Office, by or before twelve o'clock on Monday, the 16th day of Oc- tober next, endorsed, " Tender for con- veyance of Mails," viz: - From and to Melbourne and Portland, by way of Ballan, Bunnenyong, Fiery Creek and the Grange, twice a week. From and to the Grange and Mount Gambier, by way of the Glenelg post office, once or twice a week. From and to Port Fairy and Fiery Creek, by way of Muston's Creek, twice a &nbsp; week. From and to Port Fairy and Warrnam- bool, by way of Woodford, once a week. From and to Geelong and Lake Timboon by way of the Barwon and Lake Colac post offices, once or twice a week. From and to Geelong and the Leigh post office, once a week ; and From and to the Leigh and Bunnenyong,...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
Shipping intelligence. ARRIVED. September 14—Adelaide, ship, 96 tons, Jasper, master, from Hobart Town. Passenger—Mrs. Jasper, Mr. John Hull. September 14—Raven, brig, 170 tons, Jen- nings, master, from Launceston. Passengers Mr. William O'Connor, Mr. William Smith ; steerage—Messrs. Wyatt, Robinson, McDonnell, Connell, Leary and Son, Potter, Binley, Burgess, Ryle, Gillan, Patchet, Powlet, Bear, Shaw, Moody, Cooper, Leader, Datney, Jennings, Clarke, Watson, Regan, Harley, J. Hitchins and D. Hitchins. September 16 — Teaser, schooner, 50 tons. &nbsp; &nbsp; ________ master, from Circular Head. Pas- sengers—Mr. Mortimer, Master Mortimer, two Miss Mortimers September 16—Abberton, barque, 452 tons, &nbsp; Carr, master, from Adelaide. Passengers—Mr. Jones, Dr. Gregory, Miss Lockhart ; steerage— Messrs. Ireland, Alland, Lew¡s, Garvan, and Ashton. September 16—Thomas Fieldham, barque, 464 tons, Huntress, master, from Hong Kong and Canton. Passenger-Mr. Warren. Septem...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) In the Supreme Court of New South Wales for the District of No. 76 Port Phillip. IT is ordered, that the 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th clauses of the Rules and Orders for the regulation of the Deputy Sheriff's Office for the District of Port Phillip, of the twentieth March, 1841, be and the same are hereby repealed from this date. Dated this twenty-ninth day of August in the year of our Lord 1848. No. 76. WILLIAM A'BECKETT, Resident Judge. |
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
&nbsp; MELBOURNE MARKETS. September18, 1840. &nbsp; Potatoes, wholesale per ton, £8 to £8 10s, ditto retail per cwt., 9s., or 1d. per lb.; brocoli, 3d. to 4d, each ; cauliflowers, 3d. each ; lettuce, 1d. each; radishes, 1d. per bunch; celery, 4d. per head ; cabbage, 1d. to 2d. each ; turnips, 1d. per bunch ; carrots, 3d. per ditto ; green onions, 1½d. per bunch. FRUT—Apples, 8d. to 1s: per lb.; oranges, &nbsp; 3d. each ; lemons, 3d. each. POULTRY.—Geese, 5s. to 8s. each ; turkeys, 5s. to 7s. per ditto ; ducks, 4s. 6d. to bs. per couple; fowls, 3s. 9d. to 4s per ditto; rabbits, As. per brace ; pigeons ; 2s. 6d. per ditto ; wild turkeys, 8s. to 9s. each ; butter, fresh, 1s. 9d. to 2s., ditto potted, 1s. 6d. per lb, ; eggs, 1s. per dozen ; milk, 4d. per quart. HAY. £4 15s.. to £5 per ton, or 6s. per cwt. GREEN FODDER, 1s. 3d. to 1s. 6d. per dozen bundles.
ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Adelaide Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Adelaide Observer.) |THE " Home News," of May 24, received by way of Mauritius, states that the London Times, in an express afternoon edition, published on the 23rd, announced the important fact that the difference among the members of the French Government was so great that they were not expected to con-tinue to act together. General Cavagniac has ____, which appears again in danger from the attacks of the discontented. Lyons is a little less agitated. The workmen, however, are in a state of great excitement, and have possessed themselves of the citadel. The Government had been obliged, for wantof money, to stop the works and dismiss the men, hence the émeute. Letters from Vienna, of the 11th May, contain the intelligence that his Majesty the Emperor, with the Empress, left the capital on the previous evening taking the direction of Mariahilt. An hour afterwards an empty imperial travelling car- riage and four others followed, and it became evident, from a v...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 September 1848
Domestic Intelligence. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. — Colonel Robe the late Lieutenant-Governor of South Australia was to leave the province for the Mauritius on Wednesday last by the Constance. — Captain Brewer has received the appointment of Immi- gration Agent at Adelaide. &nbsp; CAUTION TO PARENTS.—-A fine boy, the son of a Carter, named Fahy, residing in Little Collins-street, was nearly scalded to death by the negligence of its mother in leaving a bowl of hot gruel within reach of the child, which upset on the face and bosom, and produced a frightful scald. Prompt medical assistance being afforded, the child is out of danger. ASSAULT.—Mr. John Sullivan, of Collins-street, was charged at the Police-office on Thursday with having violently assaulted his wife on the preceding day. Mr. Montgomery appeared on behalf of Sullivan, and admitted the assault, but submitted to the Bench that there were circumstances connected with the case which were a palliation of the crime. Mrs. Sul- liva...
The Argus. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak Impugn it whoso list." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1848. THE DISTRICT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 22 September 1848
The Argus I am in the place where I am demanded of consciences to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak impugn it whose list." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1848. THE DISTRICT ELECTION. We have kept our columns open till the latest possible moment, in expectation of intelligence of the ressult of the Nomina- tion Meeting, from Geelong, but, con- trary to expectation, the steamer has not arrived.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 22 September 1848
JOB PRINTING. The Public are respectfully informed, that Job Printing OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE PRODUCED AT THE ARGUS OFFICE, &nbsp; &nbsp; With neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne. &nbsp; &nbsp; NOTICE &nbsp; POUND-KEEPERS and others requiring the publication of advertisements in the Government Gazette, are requested to forward their notices, from this date to the Argus Offiie, Collins-street, the 'GAZETTE being now printed at that office. &nbsp; &nbsp; Register of Strayed Cattle, AT tile request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Office of this Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with the view of enabling the owners to recover missing stock at small expense. We have,therefore, to invite settlers who ma...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 22 September 1848
MELBOURNE MARKETS. &nbsp; September 21, 1848. GRAIN.-Since our last report wheat has heen very steady at 4s. 9d. per bushel. No alteration in this price is anticipated to take place for some time. FLOUR.-First quality, £13; seconds, £11 10s. per 2000lbs. HAY.-Within the last fortnight hay has risen £1 per ton, and it is likely to be much higher, there being but a very small quantity in the District. &nbsp; &nbsp; CATTLE.-Some of the finest fat cattle ever disposed of in this market, were sold this week by Messrs. Bear and son, three bullocks realised as high as £7 10s. each; Messrs Mickle and &nbsp; &nbsp; Lilburne, sold 108 head at from 76s. to 120s., which were also of an unusually good quality ; the average of these sales was 11s. per 100lb., &nbsp; but some of the cattle fetched as high as 14s. 6d. Mixed cattle are still too plentiful, one lot of 236 sold at from 22s. to 66s. SHEEP.-Fat wethers have advanced a little, owing to the ...