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ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
ENGLISH. The Ministers, according1 to the latest accounts, would, it was expected, weather through the Session. Lord Stanley has withdrawn his Registration Bill, but announced his intention of persisting with it next Session. Lord Howick and Mr. C. Wood returned to the Ministerial side, and there was a majority of four against one of the clauses of the Bill, which was the occasion of its being1 withdrawn, as well as on account of the lateness of the Session. Lord John Russell gave notice, on the 1st of July, of introducing a Bill for the government of these colonies, the same which we published on Tuesday last. A Regency Bill was to have been brought forward appointing Prince Albert sole Regent, in the event of any unfortunate accident attending the Queen's ac- couchement. Lord Elliott, in the House of Commons, brought forward the New Zealand Question, in which the Ministers cut a most sorry figure. They did, and they did not know, and they must wait to see what Captain Hobson had d...
THE COURIER. Str[?] [?]t Pro[?]pere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
THE COURIER. âtrenue rt ilrosprrc. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Yesterday, at three o'clock, His Excellency, accom- panied by Lady Franklin and a numerous suite, laid the foundation stone of the new Government House, to be built on the site set apart in the Government Domain. A guard of honour was in attendance, under the command of Lieutenant Baker. Captains Ross and Crozier and the other officers of the Discovery Ships were present. A dejeuner was laid out in the Pavilion, and the day being fine, the spectacle went off with every eclat. The first reading of the Bothwell Bill carne on for discussion on Tuesday last. The Attorney-General rested the justice of the Bill on the documentary evi- dence which we have published. The Colonial Secre- tary seconded the first reading, and proceeded to argue that although Colonel Arthur had given away the church from its original destination and handed it over to the Presbyterians, yet that he possessed no power to do so, and in fact the su...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
SHIPPING. &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR LONDON.-The fine fast-sailing bark BRANKEN MOOR, SMITH, master, now loading for the above port, and will sail in all December next. She has very superior cabin accommodations. For freight or pas- sage apply to Captain Smith, or New Wharf, November 2. KERR, ALEXANDER, & CO. FOR LONDON.-(To sail in all December next.) Tlia fine first-class colonial built bark SIR GEORGE ARTHUR. 299 tons register, M'KELLAR, master, now loading for the above port. Has superior cabin accommoda tions. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, ASKIN MORRISON, or &nbsp; &nbsp; New Wharf, November 2. KERR, ALEXANDER, & CO. FOR PORT PHILLIP.-The fine fast-sailing teak-built brig SEA HORSE, 206 tons register, CHARLES C. WHICKER, commander, will sail for the above port in fourteen days from this date. This vessel being very roomy between decks, presents a very favourable oppor- tunity for the conveyance of live stock. For f...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
SALES BY AUCTION. PARTICULAR NOTICES.-The Sale of the " ANNANDALE" ESTATES, STOCK, &c, the property of John Bell, Esq., will take place on Thursday, 26th instant, instead of the day previously advertised. The Sale of Mr. Triffit's FARM, nt the Rack River, New Norfolk, will take place on Monday, the 23d instant. November 5. T. Y. Lowrs, Auctioneer. NOTICE.-The Sale of STOCK at Glen Ayr, posi lively takes plnce on Tbutsdny, the 12th instant, the day after the Agricultural Show at Richmond, instead of the 13th as formerly advertised. November 3. Household Furniture, §-c. WT. MACMICHAEL will SELL by AUCTION, . at his Rooms, Liverpool-street, on Tuesday, the 10th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, and without the least reserve, n quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c, the property of a gentleman who is removing from his picsent residence, consisting of Handsome couch and sofa, with curtains and cornices to match' Dining and drawing-room tables Dressing tables and wash-stands...
COMPENDIUM OF ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
COMPENDIUM OF ENGLISH NEWS. We hear that a brevet will positively take place if Her Majesty gives birth to a son, but decidedly not should a daughter be born.-Naval and Military Gazette. &nbsp; _Tbe AreUmsduhad trial trips in the Forth on Tuesday and 1 vi MiMsday« Strange to record, London, the tint mercantile city in the world, Is still without st chamber of commerce I It is computed that the French army at present in Algiers fs little sbort of 60,000. v " The bank of Messrs. Langmead & Co., of Teignmouth, hu -~*-l payment. A Roman Catholic Barrister was recently refused admission to the bar mess of the Munster circuit. The Duke of Newcastle is said to be forming a library at Clumber, for the use of his large establishment there. An oak has been lately cut in Shropshire, the weight of the bark of which is 30 cwt., and that of the whole about twenty five tons. By the ancient laws of Spain, if a woman could prove her husband to have been thrice drunk, she might plead ...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 November 1840
CHINA. By the Guiana, from Singapore, we have received our Singapore papers to the 30th July inclusive, from which we annex several extracts. They are not, how- ever, possessed of extraordinary interest-the ex- pedition not having, up to the latest dates, arrived at China; but in the meantime, the strength of the expedition and the proceedings of the Celestials, possess at least sufficient interest to entitle them to a place in our columns. We begin with an extract from Wednesday's Chronicle : Two ships, the Tomutin, Captain Wingate and the Asia Felix (a country ship), had been taken up by Government the first week in August, to carry stores to China for the use of the expedition. Captain Hall also informs us that most of the American and other foreign vessels had left China, generally bringing cargoes of tea to Singapore for transhipment to England. Speculation is raising the price tremendously, as no further supply can possibly be ob- tained until the settlement of the Opium quest...
CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
CHARADE. There was once a knight both young and tall. And blessed with a handsome tace, When he rode at the ring, or danced at the ball, 'Twos done with a wonderful grace ; By the leaguered wall, in the battles burst, ''Mid the foremost his name was reckoned ; But, alas I he always was my First, Because he had not my Second. Fair ladies turned with a scornful look When he ventured to draw near; And fathers and mothers shuddered and shook If he gared on their daughters dear ; Often apart from the crowd he stole, And cried as his fate he cursed, " If my Second I had. I might e'en be my Whole, But I never should be my First." P. O. P.
AUDIT OFFICE. 4th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
AUDIT OFFICE. 4th November, 1840. Warrants for contingent expenses sent to the Colonial Trea- sury for payment hetucen the 28th ultimo and this date :-W. Rout, ironmongery ; W. Cleary, cartage ; W Orr, oits ; G. Hull, lime; J. Thomas & Co., stores; G. F. Goble, ditto; J. Matheson, cartage; J. K. Gray, for the erection of a, church at Avoca ; J. Hackett,compensation ; L. Smith,ditto;* W. Moule, forage; J. Dudfield, ditto; David Gibson, ditto; John Martin, ditto; W. Collins, farriery; George Good, boards ; S. A. Tegg, locks ; L. Cotham, lime ; E. S. P. Bed- ford, medical attendance; J. Coverdale,ditto; J. Bayles, com- pensation; W. Mawle, supplies; J. Martin, ditto; G. A. Mackay, gratuity; G. F. Read, ditto; the Sheriff to pay Jurors, Launceston; G. F. Glover, transport; G. Hendrick, ditto ; Thomas Gardiner, travelling expenses ; W. Field, meat; J. M*Donald, bags; T. Tilley, stores; W. Osborne, coals. »G. T. W. Boyes, Auditor.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. In the best-informed commercial circles, it is asserted, that if things do not speedily take a turn, and a more wholesome system be introduced in our immense monetary affairs, we must not.be surprised at the latter end of 1840 becoming a counter part of that of 1825. A company is suiil to be formiiig for a new railway from Loudon to Manchester, to commence at the General Post Office. At the Queen's Drawing Room, the Honourable Mrs. Norton was the only person whose appearance created any sensation. The foundation of the new Clinical Hospital at Bir- mingham, to be called "The Queen's Hospital," was laid on Thursday week, by Earl Howe, assisted by the Free- masons of the province. The building will consist of two wings, and contain upwards of 150 buds. Government has ¡igiecd to advance a loan of £30,000 to the Ulster Railway Compauy ; and the works now in pro- gress to open the line from Lilburn to Portadown, a dis- tance of 17 miles, are progressing with spirit aud ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
TO ADVERTISERS. This Journal is published every Tuesday and Frida v. Adver- tisements intended for the Tuesday's edition should be sent to the Courier Office by one o'clock on Monday ; and if for Friday, by one o'clock on Thursday. Parties should also notify the number of insertions required. Advertisements sent without such instructions will be inserted three times.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, November 3, 1840. SALT PORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, November 3,1840. SALT l'ORK. Required for the use of this depattment, from 30 to 40,000lbs of prime Irish Salt Pork, subject to the usual con- ditions and board of survey on all salt provisions delivered to this department. Tenders for the above will he received at this office, -until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 11 thjnstant. __ GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, October 6, 1840. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, October G, 1840. WHEAT. Notice.-The Commissariat Stores at Hobart Town and Launceston will not be open for the reception of wheat, (in terms of the advertisement from this office, under date of the 12th August last,) after Saturday, the 10th instant inclusive. From that date wheat will be received at the rate of 7s Gd per bushel of C41bs, until further notice. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, November 3, 1840. CONVEYANCE OF TROOPS TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, November 3, 1840. CONVEYANCE of troops to england. Tenders will be received at this office, until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 11th instant, for the conveyance to Gravesend, in a vessel provided with a surgeon, of 20 men, 10 women, and 15 children, of the 51st regiment. I Inspecting officers will bo appointed to report upon the eli- gibility of the ship for the service required, previous to any tenders being decided upon. The tenders must specify distinctly the rate demanded per head for each individual, and the period the vessel will be j ready to receive the troops on board. Provisions and medical comforts will be put on board by this department. The payment of one-half of the passage money will be made by a bill to be drawn by the Commissariat Officer on the Accountant-General of Her Majesty's Navy, London, on the embarkation of the troops, and the remainder on the produc- tion to the said Accountant- General of Her Majesty's Navy that the servic...
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. [?] Thursday, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
HOBART TOWN F0LICE REPORT. & Thursday, November 5.* Five persons paid the fine of 6s. each for drunkenness. Willium Ayling, ticket-of-leave, hired servant to Mr. Lamb, charged with being absent all night and returning drunk; sentenced to three months' hard labour ou the roads. John Butler, assigned to Mr. M'Gregor. charged by hu master with stealing a bottle of wine ; sentence of trans- portation extended two years and to be worked ou tue roads for six months. Mr. Spiller, of the Travellers' Rest, Goulbum-street, appeared to answer the complaint of Mr. D. C Symmonds, with having committed a breach of the Licensing Act, iu not having his house closed during Divine worship00 Sunday last, of which he was duly convicted and fined £10 ándeosla. Friday, November 6. William Ash, a constable, charged a man named Parry with having grossly assaulted him and breaking his arm; it appeared the constable was returuing from the 'ac'orJ. with a female assigned servant, and the defend»" want...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wa have received South Australian papers to the 21st October. On the 14th the new port of Adelaide was opened by His Excellency Governor Gawler, Assisted by D. Mac Laren, Esquire, manager of the South Australian Company, in the presence of a large concourse of the colonists, upwards of 5000 persons being present. Adelaide, says the South Australian Register, .* now possesses landing places and wharfs not merely sufficiently commodious for its present commercial -requirements, but capable of extension, at small com- parative cost, so as to meet the exigencies of any prospective increase in its shipping:, and to obviate all necessity of any subsequent removal of the Cus- tom-house or landing-place. Vessels of 500 tons can haul alongside, and discharge or receive their cargoes, as comfortably and expeditiously as in St. Katherine's Docks. Ample storage for goods of all descriptions is provided, while a road above a mile in length, formed at an expense of £10,000, conne...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
COLONIAL PRESS. The Licensed Victuallers' petition has been forwarded to the Attorney-General with a recommendation from the Chief Police Magistrate, to the effect, ''that all the requests made therein, should be complied with, with the exception of the amendment in the Sunday clause. It is probable, therefore, that a committee of the Council will be nominated to re-model the Licensed Victuallers' Act, and also to amend the clauses in the Quarter Sessions and Wholesale Dealers' Acts, which effect the interests of the trade.-Tasmanian Weekly Dispatch, Novem- ber 6. Regatta.-Great preparations are making for the ensuing Regatta. Many boats are building on purpose to compete for the prizes ; the amateurs are exercising themselves daily in hopes to bear away the palm of the Ladies' Purse. Jones and Cole, the silversmiths, in Liverpool-street, have made one of the neatest Waterman's Badges we have seen, for Mr. Hefford, for the occasion.-Hobart Town Advertiser, November 6. Law.-The judge...