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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
PORT PHILLIP. Bread._In consequence of flour having fallen, the bread also has been lowered this week. The two pound loaf is now selling at 71/2d at Messrs. Crockett and Willoughby's establishment in Little Flinder's-street. It is expected to be considerably lower ¡n a few days.-Ibid.-Port Phillip Herald, October 27. Western Port_Letters were received in town yesterday, from the coal exploring party, at Western Port. Mr. Cameron had accidentally received the contents of a loaded musket in the calf ol' his leg, but the injury is not of any serious consequence Coal, of excellent quality and considerable extent, had been dis- covered, but at some distance from water carriage. The ex- plorers are, however, sanguine of ultimate success.-Ibid. The " Clonmel."-The last arrival from Sydney brings us in- telligence that on the ClonmcVs second trip to Poit Phillip she «ill have as passengers the Lord liishopot Australia, his Honor Sir James Dowling, Mr. Plunkett the Attorney-General, Mr. Plan...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Port of Hobart Town. Arrivals.-November 7-the bark Hamilton Ross, 289 tons, Allen, from the Cape of Good Hope, 23d September, with a general cargo-passengers, G. W.Walker, Esq., Dr.Tighe,51st regiment. 8-the cutter Shamrock, 35 tons. Boyd, from Port Phillip, 30th October, with sheep, &c. Departure- November 8-the bark Fanny, Andrews, for Launceston. The bark Hamilton Ross, Captain R. F. Allen, made a very favourable passage from the Cape. The small pox, which had been raging there to such an extent that the farmers would not for a time bring their produce to town, has, we are happy to state, ceased its ravages ; there was not a single case left in town when the Hamilton Ross left. In the months of February and March last, the farmers had anticipated a famine in conse- quence of the drought, but the rains set in unexpected at the beginning of April, the plough was set to work and the seed put in, and when Captain Allen sailed the country was looking in ...
POST OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 2nd November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
lPOST OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 2nd November. 1840. The following Ship Letters having been put Into the unpaid box «ince the 1st ultimo, are lying in this office for the sea postage : England-Mr. William Watson, London ; Mr. George Cross, ditto. '?fSouth America-M. S Don Franco, Montevideo. New South Walde-Robert Bailey, Sydney: Mr. Bailey, ditto. Port mWp-John Gibson, Esquire, Port Phillip; Mr«. M. Emery, Melbourne. St. John E. Browne, Postmaster.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
SHIPPING. &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR SYDNEY. -The fine fast-sailing barque HAMILTON ROSS. This vessel having but a small portion of her cargo to discharge at this port will meet with quick dispatch. For freight or passage apply to Captain Allen on board, or to New Wharf, November 9. Geo. F. Evans. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE, Campbell-street. The public is most respectfully informed, that TO- MORROW, the 1 Ith instant, will be produced the Grand Melodramatic Romance, called THE BOTTLE IMP; .Marcelia, Mrs. Clark, with the songs of The Young Coquette, and Pretty Star of the Morning. After which, Double Horn- pipe for himself and partner, Mr. Smith. To conclude with RAYMOND AND AGNES, or THE BLEEDING .NUN. Arthur Fai.ciion, Stage Manager. COMMERCIAL BANK.-WANTED, for a Branch of this Establishment, a Gentleman fully versed in Accounts. Security required. A married Gentleman preferred. Apply to November 10. John Dunn, Managing Director. MARE for SALE-A splendid YOUNG MARE, fit for all...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 285. Colonial Secretary's Office, 5th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 285. Colonial Secretary's Office, 5th November, 1840. &nbsp; Memoranda of Pardon have been issued for the following Convicts until Her Majesty's pleasure be known : Free Pardon-Joseph Clayton, Maria; Jeremiah Connor, Asia 2; Elizabeth Frankland, Sovereign ; Joseph Gable, Com- modore Hayes; Ann Lugg, Henry; Thomas Roberts, Med- way ; Humphrey Smith, Phoenix ; Thomas Wolfe, Lord Mel- ville. Conditional Pardon-John Adsheade, Commodore Hayes; Catherine Bullinger, William Bryan ; John King, Governor Ready; John Munday, Manlius; Rachael Oddy, Mary ; John Pickering, Manlius ; John Pell, Southworth ; William Pitt Royal George ; George Reggett, Manlius ; Jane Tinner, America ; Samuel Wilcox, Asia ; John Watts, Bengal Mer- chant ; Thomas Woodhouse, Marmion ; Samuel Garrett, Bengal Merchant. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
SHIPPING. &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR LONDON.-The bark EMU, Captain W. N. HOWARD, having nearly completed her loading, will be despatched about the 20th instant. For freight or passage, «onlv to the Captain on hoard, or to Sew Wharf. November 6. Willis, Garrett, & Co. 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 lias very superior cabin accommodations. For freight or pas wire, apply to Captain Smith, or jlcw Wharf, November 2. Kerr, Alexander, fit Co. I70R LONDON.-(To sail in all December next.) &lt; Tile 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, Aseih Morrison, or New Wharf, November 2. Kerr, Alexander, & Co. rR PORT PHILLIP.-The fine fast-sailing teak-built brig SEA. HORSE, 206 tom regis...
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 283. Colonial Secretary's Office, 5th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
gazette:* GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 283. Colonial Secretary's Olllcc, 5th Xovamber, 1840. The Lieutenant-Govèrnor'directs it lo be notified to the under-mentioned individuals that their applications for &nbsp; Emigrants, under the terms of the Government Notice of the 14th May last, will be transmitted, by the first oppor- tunity, to the Secretary to the Board of Emigration, No. 2, Middle Scotland Yard, London, with a request that he will afford every information to all applicants, and instruct the agents at the several out-ports, at which such Emi- grants are proposed to be selected or embarked, to do the same :-William Cock, George Collins, Henry Marshall, John Moore, George Nicholas, James Robe, Francis Smith, John Wedge, James Arndell Youl. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd November, 1840. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd November, 1840. TITLE DEEDS. Deeds of Grants in favour of the under-mentioned indivi- duals are now ready to be issued on payment of the amounts due thereon to the crown. , LANDS GRANTED. Thomas Reibv, lr. 8p. Launceston; Samuel Butler, 990a. Huntingdon ; John Bingham, Na. Sr. Forcett ; \V. A. Bethune, 940a. Sutherland; Philip Oakden, 5a. 5p. Laun- ceston ; James Henry -Babtic, 20p. Hobart Town ; David Lord, 50a. Pembroke; Edward Lloyd, KIO», do; Andrew Iteid,-64'la. Huntingdon ; Charles James Wcedon, 2a. Laun- ceston ; Henry Bilton, 100a. Queenboro'; II. Gordon Brock, 2000.1. St. Paul's Plains; ditto, 1000a. ditto; James Hamilton, la. Sr. lp. Campbell Town ; John S. Hill, lOCOa. Glamorgan ; John Morrisby, 185a. 3r. Pembroke; William Neüly, 1130a. Cumberland ; Sir John Owen, 2000a. ditto ; Joshua Peck, 1r. 0p. Launceston; Daniel Stanfield, 501a. Pembroke; ditto, lUOa. ditto; Pattick Wood,500a. Denbcigh ; ditto, 500a. ditto. LANDS SOLD. James Olding, 500a...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd Kovetnhcr, 1840. Notice is hereby given, that in consequence of the under- mentioned parties having failed to pay for and take out a License to sell by retail Wines, Malt and Spirituous Liquors, &c, within two calendar months from the dates of certificates granted to them respectively by the magistracy assembled at the last AnnuRl Meeting, held by virtue of an Act in that case made and provided, the certificates so granted have become wholly void, and Licenses will not be issued under such certi- ficates.:-Edgar Luttrell, "Clarence House." Kangaroo Point, Hobart Town; Media Ludgater, "Bee Hive," Goulburn street, Hobart Town ; Thomas Collis Stevens, " Red Rover," Liverpool-street, Hobart Town ; Sinclair Williamson, " Edin- burgh Wine*Vaults," Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town; Ewen M'Donald, " Rook Inn," Falls, New Norfolk. Adam Turnbull, Collector of Internal Revenue.
POLICE OFFICE. Hobart, 2nd November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
POLICE OFFICE. Hobart, 2nd November, 1840. The Licenses Issued to the under-mentioned individual! as Hawkers and, Carriers, have expired from the dates set after their names . " Hawkers- Samuel Brimble, residing at Hobart, from the 1st último; James Allen, residing at Launceston, from the 11th do 5 Frederick James Houghton, residing at Longford, from Hie 11th do ; James Farrell, residing at Hobart, from the S9tb do. Carrier- Csorge Cooper, residing at Hamilton, from the 4th ultimo ; Job Padfleld, residing at Campbclton, from the 29th ditto. The following persons have been duly licensed as Hawkers and Carriers, from the dales set after their respective names, in accordance with the provisions of the Hawkers and Car- riers' Act : Hawkers-John Barrett, residing at Longford, from the 6th ultimo, John Craigh," do, from the Gth do ; Walter Milton, residing at Hobart, from the 12th do: Alexander Jack,do, from the 12th do; John Lawrence, rcsidintt at Launceston, from the 23rd do ; John Sams...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 3rd November, 1840. A License to retail Wines, Spirits, &c, for the period ending 29th September in the year now next ensuing, (provided it be not forfeited before such day,) has been granted to the under- mentioned individuals:-Francis Atkinson, "Ferry House Inn," New Norfolk; Robert Stodart, "Woolpack Inn," Macquarie Plains, New Norfolk ; George Wise, " Fox Inn," Glenarchy, Hobart Town; James Rawlings, "Bull Inn," Prosser's Plains, Spring Bay. Adam Turnbull, Collector of Internal Revenue.
THE COURIER. Stre[?] [?]t Prosp[?]. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
THE COURIER. Strciiuc et Vvosprrc. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. The Lieutenant-Governor has appointed Mr. Champ Surveyor-General, until the Queen's pleasure be made known. Mr. William Gunn succeed Mr. Champ as Chief Commissioner at the Caveat Board, and the office of Principal Superintendent of Con- victs has been given to Captain Bayley, late of the 21st Fusiliers. The Review ("will they ven- ture it?") has embraced another victim. The Sur- veyor-General fell asleep beneath the deadly shade of j the Upas tree. The dissolution of the Legislative Council was the signal for fêtes and 'rejoicings. It had become a kind of Long Parliament, for if not so odious, it was at all events equally tiresome. It had talked itself out. During the latter part of its existence scarcely a person was to be seen on the adjoining benches, and thus many a political gem of oratory has no doubt been lost for ever to Austral-Asiatic renown. Even the Bothwell Church Bill flagged in interest. By the bye,...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 284. Colonial Secretary's Office, 5th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 284. Colonial Secretary's Office, 5th November, 1840. Tickets-of-Leave have been granted to the following con- victs; viz.- Jacob Bull, Larkins; William Cook, Katherine Stewart Forbes; William Conner, Elphinstone; Thomas Cook, Lord William Bentinck: Alexander McCasker. Lar- kins; Edward Caldwell, Roslyn Castle; John Close, Strath- fieldsaye, Charles Evans, Jupiter; David Edmonds, Strath fieldsay ; Henry Griffith, Mary ; Matthew Houseley, Persian ; Thomas Hammond, Elphinstone; William Kelly, Sarah; William Lock, Henry Porcher; Patrick Lamb, William Glen &nbsp; Anderson; Charles Lomax, Isabella; Peter Nash, John; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Charles Norman, Henry Porcher; Joseph Ormond, Strath- &nbsp; fieldsay ; George Oliver, do ; James Osborne, Elphinstone ; James Phipps, Strathfieldsay ; Jeffrey Perfect, Layton; Edwin Roulright, Moffatt; Daniel Roomer, Henry Porcher; John Richardson. Lord Lyndoch; Edward Sheppard...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. DEBATE ON NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 November 1840
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. DEBATE ON NEW ZEALAND. In the House of Commons, Lord Eliot brought forward his motion for the appointment of a Select Committee " to inquire into the statements contained in the petition of the merchants, bankers, and ship-owners of the city of London, (presented 22nd of May,) respecting the Coloni- zation of New Zealand." The subject, he observed, was of the greatest importance, and excited much -interest, not only among persons of the same station in life as those whose .petition he had presented, but among the labouring classes, driven out of employment by improvements in machinery and other causes. Such were the workiug.men of Paisley, whose memorial to Lord John Russell, repre- senting their distressed condition and their desire to emi- grate to New Ze.iland, had lately fallen under his notice. He rejoiced that the inclination lo remove to countries where labour was dear, and land cheap, was growing amongst the working population. With respect to the pla« ...
CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
CHARADE. " Up, lady, up to the turret'« height, Gate far as eye can strain ; There are glittering spears and armour bright, And pennon and plume-'tis a glorious sight On the peaceful hill and plain ; For the iron rule of my First hath pass'd, And the loved and the brave are return'd at lut. " With my Second still close to hit faithful heart, Doubt not thy knight is there ; ' That golden shield has repelled each dart, And the cruel sword has not dared to part Those links so soft and fair. The pledge at the moment of parting given ¿ Has fourni mercy on earth and mercy in heaven. - ** Peace, boaster vain I" a stern voice said, And my Whole before us stood, " Peace I for tbou spcak'st of the long since dtad» And long has that vaunted pledge been red In the gallant wearer's blood I" He uid,-and ere night-fall the lady Vncw That the words of the prophet pf ill were true. *. P. 0. F« Printed and Published ft* the Proprietor, #WiitUK Co ELLISTON, at the Courier Office, in Colhn* StrM**" par...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Mr. Charles Robert Elliston, third son of the late Robert William Elliston, Esq., of theatrical celebrity, has recently invented a letter weight of considerable ingenuity, combining-at once utility with elegance. The peculiarity of the design arises from the accuracy of the balance being preserved, .however irregular the surface may be upon which the initrument is placed ; the beam represents the figure of a serpent, the mouth of which holds the letter balance, and «s this falls with the weight of the paper, the tail points to the exact weight indicated upon a graduated .cale stitched to the instrument. Steam Communication with India-We heartily congra» tulate the Anglo-Indian community on the ultimate esta- blishment of what we may justly term the real compre- hensive scheme. Your much talked of Precursors and dilatory Comprehensive! may now hide their diminished heads, for without holding large meetings, making long speeches, and throwing the apple of discord whe...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Graham's Town and neighbourhood have had during . this week the benefit of some fine showers. These, mid Kia gpuial warmth of spring have thrown the orchards into full blossom, and given increased activity to all the varied operations of the farm-The crops aloug the coast, for twelve or fifteen miles inland, are spoken of as highly promising,-more in the interior they are rather backward, but still there is a great breadth of land under crop, and the season is not too far advanced fur sowing all other kinds of grain, except wheat. Towards the N. E. boundary much complaint is made of drought, and the crops are spoken of as buffering consider- ably from this cause, but lower down, on the Konnp, they are said to be particularly fine. An exlruct of a letter received by us yesterday from that quarter, contains the following cheering paragraph : " We have just had another most delightful rain, and which will set all the ploughs going for Indiau coin, forage, &c....
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 0. Three disorderlies were fined for drunkenness. Benjamin Arnold and John Lancanshire, assigned (a Mr. Wilson, charged with drinking in a public-house during Divine worship ; two months on the roads each. James Craven, George Wright, and Humphrey New* berry, assigned to Air. Robertson, charged with nuking away with their wearing apparel ; remanded. William Peers appeared to answer the complaint of hil wife with having cruelly and brutally beaten and asM&lted her ; remanded to the watch-house, the woman being too ill to attend. Tuesday, November IO. Three disorderlies were find in the usual sam. James Hawkes, assigned to Air. R. Hood, underwent t long examination, being charged with setting fire to th« house which was burnt last night on the New Town Road ; nothing was elicited to criminate bim with having wilfully done it, although it appeared by the evidence tbit . it had originated by his negligence in not extinguishing the rag ...
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 11th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
SHERIFFS.OFFICE.. llí/i November, 1810. The following account of writs of execution, now remain- ing unsettled in my olllcé, is advertised by me, in compliance with Hie provisions of " the ' Debtor and Creditor Act." " ? PETER FRASER, Sheriff: Swanston v. ¡Morgan, writ received October 23, levy October 20, near Kangaroo Point. Sale-On Monday, lfith November inst., at 12 o'clock, at the Court House,~Hobart Town, the right, title, and interest of defendant in and to a farm, containing about 96 acres I rood and 27. perches, situate nn the Richmond and Kangaroo Point Road, in the parish of Clarence : unless this execution be pre- viously satisfied. Walton v. M'Mnrray, writ received November 2, levy No- vember 5, New Norfolk. Sale-On Tuesday, 17th November inst., at 12 o'clock, at the .mill and premises, formerly occupied by defendant, New Nor .f'olk, the right, title, and "interest of defendant ¡n and to a bay, »horse ; and also of-and in a flour mill and premises, situate at' New Norfo...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 November 1840
TO ADVERTISERS. This Journal is published every TUESDAY and FainAY. Adver- tisements intended for the Tuesday's edition should-be sent to the Courier Office by one o'clock on Monday; and if far Friday, by one o'clock on Thursday. Parties slmuld also notify the number of insertions required. Advertisements sent without such instructions tcill be inserted three times.