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Launceston Drice Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

aauueedton JJricc Cumnt. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AMDCORRECTgD Tllll OAV. -^00 ? COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ t.d, £ : d. Ale.perhhd. 4 O 0 t» 0 0 0 Birkpprton 3 0 0 fn 0 0 0 Ueer per lihd. 4 0 0 to Bread per tlb loaf 0 O 0 to 0 0 8 Biicuit per cwt. » 10 0 la I IS 0 Bitter per lb-fre«h .(scarce) 0 3 0 Ditto, ditio,— salt 0*0 AJicon per id v *? *? *' v ? ?* Beet peril) 0 0 6 *» Mutton per Ib 0 0 o to Pork perlb 0 0 7 Veal per Ib 0 0 6 Chocolate pt rib (Cornells) 0 6 0 to Cliene per Ib 0 O 8 to 0 1 0 Candies per II— moulds 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Ditto, ditto— dipi 0 O S tit 0 0 6 Eggs per rlnzen 0 2 0 Flonrpcr 100 bs— fine(IJeveridgt!*«) 0 18 O 'Ditto, ditto— seconds '0 16 0 Flour pel IOJ:bi-fiiif(Fleltm«n's) 0 18 0 Ditto, diilo-secoutl-, (du.) 0 la 0 Bran pet bit.het 0 10 Barley per ditto O 4 0 to Oats per ditto 0 3 0 i« 0 3 C Qa'mualpcrlb 0 0 0 Hayperiun * 2 10 0 to 4' 0 0 Hid«eacli--verage) 0 7 « /» H.ps per Ib I) 2 0 /o 0 0 0 Hams per ditto 0 I 2 to 0 1 3 Straw per iua4 I ? 0 to I JO...

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

TtUS EVJMING'S MAIL. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint John Clark, Esq , As- sistant Police Magistrate and Muster Mas ter at Hobart Town, vice Thomas Mason, Esq., removed to New Norfolk.   a no vruzeire vuiiihiiiii a rrociBmanon of his Excellency's, that does him credit it is to destroy the private trap, kcpl by Menra. ttoadknignt's, on the east bank of the /finer Neve—tot the catching of individual's slock. 11 was legalited as a pound.— It is a- it should be— destroyed, for which act of his Excellency — many late sufferers will. rejoice. The ship Spence, '322 tons, Captain Hardie, has arrived at Holmrt Town from London 21 of January. She brings news up to the 1st of January. The Ministry remained In the same situation as by last advices. Ensign Dixon is gaselted from the 77lh to be Ensign in the 4th, vice Tytler, who retires. Ensign Faittlough, tb be I ieutenant in the 63d, vice Dexter, deceased. The Rubicon. Cautain Limmintrtor. »? loading in the Con...

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A CURIOUS DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

A CURIOUS DIVORCE. John Jenkins, a dingy complexioned member «.f the honorable fraternity of coa termongers, was summoned on Friday at the above Court by Thomas Lit. tie, a chandelier-shopkeeper in Hsyden .tu« f.ir ih»anm of £\ IOi. lid.. being, bs per bill, the amount of divers whole and half qua' terns, red herrings, snuff, long sixes, small beer, and other necessa ries, furnished to bis wife, Mary Jen kins. The defendant, a short, knock kneed little man, took his place at ihe bar wllh all the confidence of a barrister of 30 years' ?undine, and DullinEOUt a pile of dirty papers, prepared lo lake voluminous notes of the mailer at issue. Tbe plaintiff swore lo the debt, and proved it in the usual form, averring that he trusted Airs. Jenkins with ihe various articles recited in the bill, knowing her to be a married woman, and believing that her husband was responsible for the amount. *? A fU... B a.1am mv mnt nf IftW tO IblS -- niuio a s»i«gb ***j !*»??- w. —.. — . here h ciion (said...

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ENGLISH MICELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

ENGLISH MICEf,MNEOTJS; (from the latest fvpfrt.) Catholics made I'rivy CoundUoit.— The Earl nf Krnmare and tnji) Killi'eu (tldttl tan ni tlie Kail ol ??\ng-l), both Roman Calholins, have lie. n appdintnl |,rl«y rouncillnis. This it thefiift in sianreof Roman Catholio having been ii'iniimted tolhittligiiity during the last hundred and filty j«ats. ' llailrood lieticren DtUh-and King* Totrn.-The railroad bulween Dublin auditing, i'outi l( run . pliled- The firtt nip win nude in Nuv.nili.f lait. The ci,si.it. wild a itain of rania^vi, con. laiaini: siiORdu.r ilnee liniiilreri and Iliirty nir ».,n», traversed Ihe Jisiance (8-e luilim, Iri»li)iii twenty-one minutes and nliulf. 6'nirHe.— G. Harvey, E^., Ihe eminent mnthe inatii.lan.wlio u as one ot me niatln maiical mas ti'rt at Woolwich Academy, put an end to liisox. ittenrr, by liaupiiif; himself in Nov, mber last. ylccirfent by Hunting— The Earl of Radnor broke two ol his ribs and dislocated his collar bone, by ? Cull front his hortc, ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

snip $HJk. news. May IS,_Arrin:d ihe brig liini, Cajilaln Wyatl. tVutn Sydnrj, with - general cargo. Al*v 13— silled ihu haique JUerojw, Captain J'ollork, tor HobartTuwn.— Cargo, SO loin bark. i850bu«helB wheat. 40 IOD1 floor, 800 *U8heU oau, too bushels bsrlsy, 100 builiels bran, 2 tons potatoes, 80 noekelsbops.M packages war i-handicr, in casks uaili, 18 re l« lead. 1 easel ««k friili. '? ? . : '? -. M*v is— Sailed th« hsrque Janet, Cap'Blt) J. C. Malthei.m, for Liudoii. Patseuijers, Mn. WaliVirdandibiln. ILf.v IK ? ttailnrl til* hltrfHie LottlS. ClMWU G. F. Gore, for London. 1'a.sengera, O- Cooke, E'.q-,»ud.Fani1lj. Cargo, of Ihe barque Janet, «'ot London— 255 halea wool, 00 torn borki 30 logs blackwood. shipped by Hewitt, Core ft Co.} IS. b.le. woil, shipped by «. Willis ; 8 ditto, and 88 ions bark, thlpped by H. Reed i 29 bales wool, hliipprd by J. Haylcs ; 7 diito by J. O Jennings ; 4 ditto ?hipped !-y O. Hum ; 2 bo*es curiosities, shipped bjr R. C. Gutni. Cargo of Ihe barqtio...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

To the Editor. Sir,— Being convinced that as a public Journalist it Is your duly to publish articles of interest to the wel- fare and prosperity of the Colony, more than to indulge in long discussions on politics or speculative theories, that are foreign to us, I shall, therefore, make no apology for troubling you to insert the following observations:- I am sorry to perceive that in awarding punishment to prisoners brought before them, the Magistrates never consult the interest or the feeling of the com plainant. I have heard but of one exception (a Ma- gistrate who resides In Norfolk Plains), to this general rule,— for instance, a sawyer was brought before cer- tain Magistrates some time ago, for refusing to work for his master, when, in place of ordering him some lashes to bring him to his senses, and send him back to his work, they ordered him to be sent for three months to the chain gang. His comrade, at home, could do no work without him, and so the building of the unfortunate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 5, 1835. THE Chief Police Magistrate having repre- sented the difficulty of keeping a regular   record of offences in his Office; In consequence of the frequent omission of Magistrates, to transmit periodical returns of sentences passed by them to the Police Magistrates of their respective Districts, — The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct the re-publication of the follow- ing Government Order, of the 23d July, 1835, to which his Excellency requests the attention of the Magistrates, throughout the Territory. By his Excellency's command, John Montagu ' Aa|tl.laport-ntlomakethe« Black Books,' er Registers of offencel ai complete as possible, within the shortest petiodt, the Lieutenant Go vernor detirea that each Magistrate will trantmit on Ibe first day of etery inonlli, to (lie Police Magistiate of the District, a return oT all easel beard bylilmoiit of the Polic...

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LAUNCESTON. V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

XA.UNCESTOW, V. D. Land, Saturday,May 1C, 1835. We refrained from noticing the neces ?Uy of Inquests being held upon tlie bodies of the unfortunate., who lo.l their lives by the destruction of the ship George the Third. It seems to usliardly possible, thatsonecs.iry a duly could be over looked ; and we were plea.ed when we noticed, lhat after the pmic had subsided which the melancholy catastrophe had caused, iho necessary instructions were issued to the Coroner. Had that g--ntle- m.n acted agreeably to his instructions, sn-l MA inquest* upon the bodies, all that was necessary would have been done by the Local Amhorilics— but we regret, that lii* having failed in the performance of the duly, justifies Hie reports thai Wtfe pre. judiciallo the persons who were entrusted wilb the controul and safe-keeping of the unfortunate suflerers. At the public In —?i..iinn into the circumMances con nected with Ihe loss of the ship, several witnesses upon their examination declar er), lhat nwnv sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

^— ? _^— ^— ^^w— — ^^Mi« FREIGHT & PASSAGE^ For London Direct, ', ~~*r The line Irtt-nilmg ^o baiu 4lS&Mg* 274 inns register, Captain Duw ^J^^! CAS M«ALMN.»i» immediate I. despatch for the above port (alt h« cargo being en^med). Her arcorora.idatioas for psssenger. « -gfJH^aToV* Co. Laonceston Wharf, 18ib April, 1835 For Londin Direct, -imiH«»TeiY *r«B her abiuvai.) xKM fpHE 6ne fasts-iiline Barqe WmaIu 6u-**i Master. The pil.iclpal part of bw c»reo hciiiis engaged, the will meet with immediate dlsp«t-h. Launceston, April g5. 183B. ? _ for iL.et(A Direct, —a. The fine f«6%sailin«: Ba'que ~8«a « wcmuL,' Jw*$L 300 torn reitUter, Captain Tho gBJjBiiffk mas Miilows, *»ill aail from H§Ujg@| LaunctB'O' foi ihe above port, (all her careo being engag^t on ihe first of August. This »es«l tias mi i-erinr accommnda. linn for passenger*, and pas-ane money m. ,-erale. Apply io J«*. V. SI .ane, Hnbart Town, or lie c lo the undersgued, wbeie a ^^^tEBT^XANDER^C., Lau»oes'nn Wharf, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 May 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY Htt.'j. A. EDO1E, Onthftttf duy of I he sale of Mr. Wehh't Slack-in-Ti'ait, at tmo clock p'tcitely, TIIKT-o cc'ei.rB-e- CABT HOUSES, lidaiici ig toilrit'Grntlfin-n- The on nClydFgd«'-- aurl the oili-r o' l'ie Viriniali hrrcd.' The c'a nciprof l*i'«c'wo jmwerful fliiinn's is ^o n-.l'k'i wimbouiTj»ii.th»t ii ja.u:*- eccS'tiry 'o savni'i'n, 'lian itiat tht»* wi 1 he poiiiiwly Bold wnlimil re-ci-ve, Ihi owner bavin;; n) fiir-lirr «»0 for them. An ptrcl'cnt wen lir-r b'mfdf d OlBn-: Btid nl Uic sameiiine, will Via let lord yean, tW public JHciglj J3ii»s«. with nr without n two-H'ory treathiir.biardfrl STORE, wi:h incn'a ki'ohcn atiarhcd. riieiernn oTllii- Extensive Sale will lip, for nil sums above £10,2 miullis credit, £20. 3 mombs, £40, 4 m .nibs, £00, 5 and C months, .£100, 3, 6. and 9 m tnthi. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY Mr. J. C. USDEIlWOOD, Al hit Rooms, corner flfC'mr/es «nrl Citmeron Slretts,nn Wednttdn}) next, tht20lh «rn( ...

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SELECT POETRY. A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

SELECT POETRY. A FltlENP. ( Bj l!i* Connie** tfBtt-U&m.) Who borrowed .11 your ready cuh. And with l« cut. a ml&h'y -la»b. FruVinj Ibe leuder weak and mill f ? Your friend I Who find! oul *very secret fault, Mi«Jiid|-e« every word «nd thought, Andaiakoi von ua.i for worse ilianmiiElit* Vour friend I Who wins your m»ney it deep pUji Tlien tells you that tlie world doth say, ?? Twore wise from clubs you kepi away t Your friend I Who sells yon for the longest price, H.r.et, a dealer in a trice Would find uuiouud, .«nd full of *ice * Your friend I Who can your dinnen, then lonkt (bread ; Wiahe* you bad a CJok like tide, For Ibeu inueli oft'ner would iuirude— Your fiiend I Wlio fellt you that you've shocking wm», And nwnt, ihai Iliouifh lie uporli not 6ne, Crockford't Hid only place 10 dine f— Your friend! Who wheedlea you with words moit foud T-i sign for him a heavy bond, ' Or cite, b* Jove, mull quick abscond,' Your friend! Whotmket yon all the Intareit pay, With prlii...

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SYDNEY NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

SYDNEY NEWS, The Sydney papers report the arrival of the ship Emma Eugenia, from the Downs, on the 1st January, she brings English newspapers up to that date, which merely confirm intelligence already re ceived here. 1'he Oittlte stales upon the informalion of a high quarter, lhat ihe honour of knighthood has bpen confeied on His Excellency tiem-ral Bourke., Tlie dispatches received liy ihe ubuve named ?\esnel, were addressed lo Major General SirRicliard Buurke.

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

THIS EVENING'S MAIL. The Gow/Jf contain, an O'AVr to dlsconllnne Mourning for Ilie late Duke ol Gloucester on Mon day lieu. '^ Mi. James Hill is appointed Andlonrer »nd Vendue Master for the County of Cornwall.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

VJBtytat {Hatful*. The selling price of Wlieat mxy fat qnnle4 lit seven shillings prr kuilicl. Acchuiiu from Sydney by ilie Btisa'ierh, Hart, up la Hie Itili uf Hiy, stale the price of Grain cnusirttralily lower. The lUnymrrcM Jarnni 'fill* Milt, states » nniltr : ' 6-4it — )nr quouumni of Wlieal are coiMlderalily Inner ; tliere I.., uren a nil in due Auur of Si. Tims cause oCtlii' 'Iccline is not apparent, and its permanency liwy he Hoiihl cl. S'nuearrivaJ- tretieedilynpecied from L«nnci.--l'iii, but liny caiinni be 10 an emelll lo havp a lenstlirrneil elleel n-i oor Mcrkct.' We ?imiliL-lliin very tnuctu In Hie Monitor of a fev day« eulicr, we find u fol lotn :— O 'ID Ntw..-Floir fell three ahlllinn per WDIbi. nn Mnnrlav, and twu i.liilll.ii!- veuerdny. It It na» .tiling at twenty tliillinii per lOOlbi , and a further reduction may be exi'ecteil. The price «( Wlieat liai fullrn duiinp the week, In consequence of the acctninlt u'hicll liave arrived frnui Hrilnry of a reiliictlonat l...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

To the Editor. Sia,— A Wrmorisl lias been forwarded, some time ago. u the Surveyor Central, numerously *nd most respectably signed tiy the Inhabitant! of the eastern sort of Laancealnn, lor the purpose of opening an old rVTad to Hobart Town by tile Windmill Hill, which would thnitrn the flislanre upwards of a mile [ this road ran acrosa a narrow slip of land which calends frnni the Palteiwin'a Plaint to the Hobart Town road. and never should have been granted to any individual, at U prevent! *tty farther impravcaienljin that sldeor the Towns, bin it was given in lieu «fs- grant which Governor So r el I had made when he was actually on shin board, on his return to England, when hisaatho rily had ceased In the Colony, and which, the present Governor, very much to Ills credll, refused to confirm, as It woald have elreumscrlurd the boundary of the Town Inn much, and It was not Ihciioniempfaled that il would etlend to the funJ Hills. It was an unjutli fiabie act nf »Bgie«ion lu any perso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

mow tub HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secreiary's Office, May 19, 16S5. frill F. Lleuti-neut Govrrnnr has been pirated to X appoint Mr. Chief Ditlrlci C. nuisble Jamtt Hnrlle, Inspector ol Weight, and Measures for the Police District of Norfolk Plaint. By ilia Excellency's cotnm«nd, John Mortjiod. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town. Hay U, W. REQUIRED, on account of ihe Public Ser-ir», conveyance by Water, from Laosicesion lo this place, for from lOto 12,000 bu-helt of Wheat, Tenders for which will be received at this Office, aulil 12 t/clock, on Tuesday the S6ih im-tsnt. A HOODIE, A. C.G. COMMISSARIAT DEPOT, Htbai t Ton*, May 13,1 8SS. COLONIAL ESTABLISHMENT. rr-£NDER8 totapplyihe unaVrmentioiiei] «? M. tides will be received until 12 o'clock, «- Monday the S5lh May, IBIS. The Tenders, accompanied by samples, B-«il be BtldretiseA aad tramniiiled to I). A. ('?? 0. Roberta, at the Coaimifariat Depot, Old Wlisif, and ihe words, '.Tenders for Colonial fllores,' It be s...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

MISCELLANE0 US. BowSmtmT.—Jnfiuenceofihe Spirit. — A tall, thin young man, well dressed, but wearing his hair combed very straight, and ?(together of puritanical appearance, named George Slanton, was charged on Wednesday, with molesting a policeman named Mullett in the execution of his duty. Mullell deposed that at a late hour at night, when on duly at Long-acre, his at tention was called to m great disturbance in Pruenix'ttlley amongst a gang of bad characters.— In endeavouring to disperse th»m he was interrupted by the defendant, who said, ' It is of no use for you to en deavour lo put these people in the right way, leave them lo me.. I will preach the word, and my aweet persuasion shall turn them from their evil ways.' The defen dant, who was evidently tipsy, said, that though he appeared excited, it was only Ihe working of the spirit tbal was within him. He then violently contended with the constable, and declaring himself ? messenger of peace, threatened to despatch Ihe complai...

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Court of[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

Court at Utenxtsie. tut da; f'r Illln; Plaints Tor Country cases— ? for Town caws-Uty til. C -url lirlil on l'uif-day,ldjuneaat 10 o'clock, a. m.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

%i$ Wimtt at Kaunrtrfton. n. h. B. M. Sunday ? 10 IS I Wedneada; ... II SO Mindar ? II Ol Tlmraday .... 1 IS Tueaday.... 11 45 1 Friday ? * 0 - Salurdij ? , 3 45

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[?] of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 May 1835

*l)asta ol tt)t jflgoon. NewMoon— 27lh dajr,8tmti. put II afternoon iiijiisiiiiifit*iiifsifii

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