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MELBOURNE LUNATIC ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

MELBOURNE LUNATIC ASYLUM. INDIVIDUALS wishing lo see their   friends or relations at the Lunatic Asylum, are informed that Monday and   Tuesday in every week has been fixed as   the days on which patients in that Esta- blishment may be visited ; but it must be   clearly understood that no patient can at any time be seen without a written order from the Visiting Medical Officer to the   Superintendent of the Asylum. It is further notified that all letters ad- dressed to the Superintendent of the Luntic Asylum by the friends of persons confined therein, must be post paid, and unless so paid they cannot be received.   C. J. LA TROBE.     Superintendent's Office,   Melbourne, 23rd October, 1848.

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PROVISION CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

PROVISION CONTRACTS. NO satisfactory tender having been received for the supply of provi- sions, forage, &c, for the County of i Normanby, including the towns of Port- land, and Belfast Pott Fairy, for the * year 1849, notice is hereby given,that' fresh tenders will beieceivedat this office until Saturday, the 25th November next;' " for the supplies for the above localities',' under the lerms arid conditions contained () in the notice 'dated 18th "September last,"' and published in the Port Phillip Go- vernment Gazette. . , Superintendent's office, 24th October, 1848. C. J. LA TROBE.

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CITY OF MELBOURNE. ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE LICENSING OF AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

CITY OP MELB0URNE. ANNUAL MEETING FOK THE LICENS .. ING OF AUCTIONEERS. NOTICE Í3thereby given, that the ., Annual Licensing Meeting of the Justices of Petty Sessions, acting in and for the City of Melbourne, will beholden at the police office, Melbourne, on Tues- day the 28th day of November next, (be- ing the fourth Tuesday in the said month of November) for the special purpose of taking into consideration all applications 'for Auctioneers Licenses under the Act of Council, 11th,Vic. No 16. All applications must be filed with the undersigned on or before Tuesday, the '7th day of November next, W. R, BELCHER, Clerk Petty Sessions, Melbourne. Police office, Melbourne, 12th October, 1848.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

--?mim m-[»ti-rJ~~"~"~M'' JOB PRSNTZSÎO. Tm Public-*aK REsrtcTtür.L'v inpobmbd, that OF ALL KINDS, WILL BH aXBODTED AT ÏÏSK» AB. »WS OFFICE, tVith ntatniss,accuracy,and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type fot that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly supar.or tv any other oßce in Melbourne. äfÖÄXGÄS i " "H^OUND-ICEEPERS and others requiring JJ. the publication of advertisements in the Govehnmlnt Gazette, are rqenested to forward ¡heir notices, from this date to the Anous Office, Collins-street, the Gazltte being now printed at that office._ Seg-ißtoi' of Strayed Cattle, A'T 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 mi«sing stock at small expense. We have, therefore, to invite settlers who may have strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to this office a ...

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INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

INSURANCE COMPANY. After various attempts and failures in the establishment of another Insurance Company in Melbourne, we are glad to find that so valuable an Institution is at last in the way of becoming fairly started amongst us. We have ever felt a great interest in the matter, and having long known that there were ample means in capital, intelligence, and experience for the efficient working of an Insurance Company amongst ourselves, we have considered every pound remitted to Van Diemen's Land or elsewhere, in payment of premiums, as money most foolishly and unnecessarily thrown away. But the keeping a large yearly revenue in this province is not the only advantage attendant upon the opening of an In- surance Office in Melbourne. It is per- haps the most approved and legitimate form which a public Company can as- sume, and despite various evils to which public Companies have led in this pro- vince, we have ever entertained the opinion that their failure has resulted more from mi...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th January, 1847. VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th January, 1847. VACCINATION. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that a Vaccine Institution has been established in Syd- , ney, and that Dr. Savage, the Health Officer, has been appointed to carry out the objects of the Institution. His Excellency fuither'directs it lo be notified/that Dr. Savage will-be'in at- tendance at the Immigration Barracks, Bent-street, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock on every Tuesday and Satur- day to Vaccinate, free of charge, such children as may be taken to him for the purpose. But as the operation itself, without any proof of its having taken effect, would be insufficient security to the public mind, His Excellency has been pleased to direct, that the sum of one shilling shall be deposited for every child, vaccinated, which sum will be returned on the presentation of the child on the next vaccination day. His Excellency very strongly recom- . mends Parents and Guardians to avail themselv...

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Colonial Secretary's Offiee, Sydney, 4th October, 1848. VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Colonial Secretary's Offiee, - Sydney, 4th October, 1848. . VACCINATION. " i-I ^ Excellency the Governor has JLJL directed the re-publication of. the notice of the 11th January, 1S47, with the view of again drawing the attention of parents and guardians to the importance of vaccination. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON.

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 21st Feb., 1848. TENDERS FOR RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 21st Feb., 1848., . TENDERS FOR RUNS. I "O EFERRING to the notice dated 1st Jl\ January last, relative to Tendéis I for Runs of Crown Lands, His Excel j lency the Governor directs it to be no- tified that in the receipt of future Tenders. I the following rules must be strictly at {tended to, viz : j 1 The Tenders will be opened at noon of." the day appointed for their receipt namely, the first Monday in each, month. Any Tender received after that hour will remain over until the time appointed for opening Tenders ia, the succeeding month, and will be sub- ject to any compétition which may arise by reason of any Tenders received up to that time. 2 No Tender will be entertained in fu- ture unless made in the prescribed printed form, containing all the neces- sary paiticulats. 3 The Tenders must be endorsed " Ten- der for New Run," or "Tender for vacated Run," as the case may re- quite. 4 As it is intended to act strictly on Ihese rules, any person f...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th October, 1848. TENDERS FOR RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th October, 1848,. TENDERS FOR RUNS. HIS Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct the re-publication of the Notice respecting Tenders for Runs dated 21st February, 1848, His Excel- lency desires, at the same time, to draw the attention of all parties interested to the 2nd clause which declares that no Tender will be entertained unless made in the prescribed printed form, containing all the necessary particulars. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON..

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. Tuesday, 17th Oct. BEFORE THE FULL COURT. WHEELER v. BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY.   Tuesday, 17tlh Oct.   Before the Full Court.   WHEELER V. BARNES. This was an appeal from the equity side of the Supreme Court of Port Phillip. The plaintiff Wheeler, by an agreement dated sometime in the year 1845, agreed to exchange certain properties, including a station and stock, with the defendant, for a piece of land (amongst other things) on which the Kilmore Inn was situated. Both parties carried their respective parts of the agreement into effect, with the exception of that part of it relating to the conveyance of the Kilmore Inn, which is now in dispute, and is the sub- ject matter of this suit ; and though there is a dispute now as to the convey- ance, yet the plaintiff entered into pos- session of the inn soon after the date of the agreement. By a distinct and inde- pendent agreement the defendant agreed to make out a good and legal title of the land which he had agreed to convey. Ac- cordingly, in due cour...

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THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT. (From the Times Correspondent.) Frankfort, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT. (From the Times Correspondent.) Frankfort, June 28. This day's important sitting was opened at ten o'clock, a.m. Before it com- menced Baron Gagern was seen speaking eagerly to a knot of members who had collected round him. It had been said that troops would be stationed in the neighbourhood of St. Paul's Church, but the rumour was a false one. The galle- ries had returned to their usual beha- viour, that is to say, they were not so troublesome as they have been during the last days. Subscriptions for the German fleet were announced, and the proceedings were then opened by Mr. Biedermann, of Leipsic, who squabbled about the pre- cise meaning of the "irresponsibility of the Regent," and peremptorily demanded an explanation from Baron Gagern, who, in the name of his committee, as per- emptorily refused to give it. After some further splitting of straws about the sense in which other paragraphs should, would, or ought to be taken, in the course of which many memb...

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ROTATORY PARLIAMENTS FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

ROTATORY PARLIAMENTS FOR IRELAND. In a recent communication allusion was made to the growth among the intelligent middle-class Protestants of a feeling fa- vourable to the periodical assembling of the Imperial Parliament in the capital of Her Majesty's Irish dominions, and there is not a shadow of doubt that but for the insane and wicked proceedings of the rival Repeal factions there would long ere this, have been a manifestation of opi- nion upon the justice of some concession of the kind, that could scarcely fail to ex- ercise its due influence upon the minds of all sensible Englishmen. But so long as treason remains unabated, so long as con- fiscation of property is unblushingly preached by the war press as the first duty of the Irish republic that is to be, the gentry, almost to a man, will withhold their countenance from any project, the advocacy of which could, however re- motely, be tortured into an admission by them that the Act of Union had not worked well for this country....

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DISTURBANCES IN EDINBURGH. EDINBURGH, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

DISTURBANCES IN EDINBURGH. Edinburgh, July 3. Edinburgh has to-day been the scene   of an ecclesiastical riot. The city clergy- men are paid by a local impost, called the annuity tax, which is levied on the tenanuts within certain limits, the lawyers being excluded. This burden has always been unpopular, and, as a means of avoid- ing public display, the ordinary course with recusants has been to arrest bank deposits ; but two defaulting upholsters having apparently taken means to avoid this course, their furniture was ad- vertised for sale a few weeks ago, but the crowd collected together was so numerous and noisy, that no auction could take place. The proceedings were de novo announced to take place to-day, and ru- mours having gone abroad that the police and military were to back the legal au- thorities, a large crowd assembled at Mr Darlington's premises, in Frederick street, whose effects were first to be sold. Besides the cramming of the shop, a noisy multitude ass...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. THE STATE OF EUROPE. (From the Daily News, July 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. THE STATE OF EUROPE. (From the Daily News, July 5.) Notwithstanding the quolibets of protectionist and Peelite, Mir. Cobden,   was right when he declared that this was an age and an epoch of peace, and that war was so decidedly against the current of public opinion in Europe, that we might hope to see it no more. Never, perhaps, were so many openings and in- centives to war thrown out as by the events of this year. Not only have the internal principles of European govern- ment been broken up, but the landmarks of all European kingdoms removed. Patriotic zeal and private ambition have   been let loose. Actual war has been kindled by the ambition of princes in two places, yet even these wars languish and die out. The public spirit of no country feeds the martial flame. General- ship languishes, the very soldiers slum- ber, and after a skirmish or two the combatants are more anxious to shake hands than continue the work of slaughter. Duri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

IMPOUNDED at Bacchus Marsh, Oct. 25th, 1848- , 1 bay pony, short switch tail, blind off eye, black points, GB or GR near shoulder 1 bay entire colt, both hi%d legs white, little white both flank s, white face, long grey tail, no visible brand, da- mages £5 If not claimed and expenses paid on or before the 18th day of November next, will be sold at the pound yard according to Act of Council. WM. CROOK, 5s 3d Pound keeper. IMPOUNDED at Sugar Loaf Creek Pound, 28rd October, 1848 1 grey horse about 16i hands high M near shoulder, long switch tail 1 brown horse, about 16handshigh, switch tail, saddle marked, No. S near shoulder, supposed P off side under mane 1 bay horse long tail, black points, JA near shoulder 1 bay poney, little while on both hind feet, W near shoulder, long switch tail 1 bay mare black points, star in forehead, about 14-3,-hands high, Coff side under mane, long tail 1 brown colt, no visible brand, supposed hher progeny I bay filly, black'poinls, star in forehead, lon...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Original Corresopndence.   To the Editor of the Argus. Sir,—I beg you will discontinue to send me the Argus from this date, in consequence of the false statement come out in your paper this morning, regarding the "Queen's Head." I am, Sir, Yours, &c, J. W. COULSON. To the Editor of the Argus. Sir,—Having seen a note of resignation as a subscriber to the Argus from Mr. Coulson, land- lord of the Queen's Head Hotel, in which he as- signs as a reason the inaccuracy of a report in Friday's paper, I beg to state that I submitted the paragraph in question, headed " Caution to Pub- licans," to the consideration of James Smith, Esq., of whose language the offensive matter pur- ported to be a verbatim report, and that that gen- tleman pronounced it ''substantially correct," merely remarking that the word " carousing" should have been rendered " singing, drinking, and making a noise." Mrs Coulson attempted on several occasions to induce me to give a false colouring to the...

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ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE LICENSING OF AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

ANNUAL .MEETING FOR THE . LICENSING OF AUCTIONEERS. NOTICE is hereby given that on Tuesday, the Twenty -eight day of November, now next ensuing, the Annual Licensing Meeting of the Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the District of Gundagai, beyond the boundaries, will be holden at the Police office, North Gundagai, for the special purpose of granting certificates for Auctioneers' Li- censes, under the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Council, 11 Vic. No. Iß. All applications for Licenses under the said Act must be filed with the un- dersigned, on or before Tuesday, the seventh day of the said month of No- vember. D. SMITH, «. t . Clerk of Petty Sessions Police Office, Äundagai, _1st October? 1848.

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Domestic Intelligence. The Municipal Elections.—The no- mination of candidates to supply the annual vacancies in the representation of the different Wards of the City in the Town Council takes place to-morrow at 12 o'clock. In La Trobe Ward Mr. Murray walks the course, all thought of opposition being abandoned as utterly hopeless. We are glad of this, for no member of the Council has better deserved the confidence of his consti- tuents; though taunted as " the silent member," his unremitting attention to his duties, and his independent and conscientious discharge of the trust reposed ianhim, will bear favourable com-   parison with any of his colleagues and will place him immeasurably a-head of many of " the tal- kers" whom these taunters would be disposed to point out as the pattern members of the body. In Bourke Ward also there is every prospect of a walk of the course, Mr. Rankin having unflinch- ingly run the gauntlet of the newspaper abuse intended for his intimida...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. October 27—Phœbe, schooner, 89 tons, Ebbett, Master, from Sydney. October 28—Diane, brig, 103 tons, Ball, Master, from Sydney. Passengers—A Musgrove, S Warn, M and W Thornton, Mr and Mrs Crouch and three children, Mr Mourugan, Wm Bryan, J Mann.   October 28— Christina, brig, 126 tons, W H Saunders, master, from Sydney. Passengers— Miss Young, Mr and Mrs Walker, Miss Caru- thers, Mr Kelsh, Mrs Neal, Mrs Hudden and 2 children, Mr Jepsoy. October 28 — Wave, schooner, 66 tons, Warcus master, from Portland and Port Fairy. Passen- gers—Mrs Dawson and child, Mr and Mrs Quinn   and child, and Mrs Manogue; with 2 men and 1 prisoner in the steerage. CLEARED OUT. October 27—Governor Arthur, schooner, 35   tons, Evans, master, for Geelong.   October 27—-Sophia, schooner, 42 tons, Rey- nolds, master, for Port Fairy and Portland. - Passengers—cabin—Mr Fife, Miss Sheil, and Miss Ford ; steerage—Thomas Leeson wife a...

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RICHARD GODFREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 31 October 1848

RICHARD GODFREY.   INFORMATION is requested at the Superintendent's Office respecting the present abode and position of "Ri-   chard Godfrey," who was some time since in the assigned service of Mr George Langhorne, of the Aboriginal Mission on the Yarra '   C. J. LA TROBE   Superintendent's Office,     Melbourne, May 12, 1848.    

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