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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

JOB PRINTING. Tai Public i ixe besi-ixtfulxy informed, tuat Soo îktnîuîQ OF ALL RIADS, WILL BB BXBCETID WEB A&OUS OFFICE, With neatness,accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of BOOK-WOllie, the whole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse ijtuntly greatly superior to any ether office in Melbourne. ----^j KOTÏOB POUND-KEEPERS and others requiring the publication of advertisements in the 'Government Gazette, are ri/euestcd tu forward 'theirnotices, from this date to the Anous 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 musing stock at small expense. We nave, therefore, to invite settlers who may have Btrayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to this office a description of su...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wo regret that we cannot make room for Mr. Mortimer's letter on the sulbect of the In- surance Company, in our present issue. J. H., and P. Virtue also in our next.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1848. BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1848. BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. The case (St. John v. Fawkner) which has occupied so much of public attention for some time past, came on for trial on Wednesday, and we have presented our readers with the most accurate report of the proceedings in the supplement of to day During preparation of the cause, we have avoided refeiring to it, from the fear of prejudicing or even appearing to preju- dice the jury ; but after it has come to trial, and has been finally decided, we consider that we owe it to our readers, to offer a few remarks upon a case which would better have appeared upon the re- cord as St. John v. Port Phillip, than St. John v. Fawkner. The result can only be looked upon as a great triumph to the defendant, Mr. Fawkner, but that tri- umph has been very far from being so complete as was generally expected, or as Mr, Fawkner deserved. We thought well of the constitution of the jury, and hoped the best of a case, supported by such evi- dence as we knew c...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 23rd October, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 23rd October, 1848. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the un- dermentioned Gentlemen to be Magis- trates of the Territory and its Depen- dencies, viz. :— John Blunden, Esquire, of Cuncungella, Wimmera District. Alexander Irvine, Esquire, of Glenlo- gie, Pyrenees, By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

IMPOUNDED at Bacchus Marsh Pound Oct. 22d, 1848 1 bay horse, black points, saddle marked, w near shoulder, J off side neck w 1 grey horse, off fore fetlock joint cal- loused, short switch tail, C off shoul- der, like Q near shoulder, white in face If not claimed and expenses paid on or before the 16th day of November, to be sold at the pound according Act of Council. WM. CROOK, Poundkeeper.   For London Direct. THE A, 1 first-class British built ship BERKSHIRE, John Whyte, Commander, is now ready to receive cargo, and will meet with quick des- patch, her accommodation for passengers is of the best description. WATSON AND WIGHT. Tenders Required. TO BUILDERS. PERSONS desirous of submitting tenders for the whole, or the several works required on the erection of a Grammar School, and keeper's residence near St Peter's Church, may inspect the plans and specifications, and obtain all information connected therewith, on application to the undersigned Tenders sealed and endors...

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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Saturday, 4th November, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Saturday, 4th November, 1848. Austin v. Crossley.—This was an action to re- cover damages for breach of contract on the part of defendant, who had failed to complete a pur- chase of 35 head of cattle from plaintiff. The defendant resisted the demand on the ground that the cattle were not fat, as he had agreed with plaintiff. Several witness were examined for and against the cause, and the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff on the second count, damages one farthing, and for defendant on the first and third. Counsel for plaintiff, Mr. Williams ; attorney Mr. Moor. Counsel for defendant, Mr. Stawell ; attorney Mr. Duerdin. The Court then adjourned. Monday, Nov., 6th. lmlay v. Bacchus.—Mr, Stawell moved for an order of nisi prius that the trial of this cause be postponed till the first sittings in 1849, owing to the absence of a material witness for the defendant, on payment of costs of such postponment by de- fendant. Granted. Plowman v. Stevens.—This caus...

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. November, 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. November, 8th. WHEAT.—From 4s 6d, which was our last   quotation, wheat has declined to 4s 3d per bushel.   But a few days since a farmer on the Sydney road   disposed of his whole stock (3,000 bushels) which was rather of a superior quality, at the former price. The long and unusual continuance of wet weather, at this season when sunshine is so much required to perfect the crops, is beginning to alarm the farmers, and the consequences may affect the Markets considerably. Oats are very scarce, and selling from 4s to 4s 6d. Maize at 2s 3d to 2s 6d per bushel. Flour.—A slight decline in flour has oc- curred. First quality is selling at £11 10s ; seconds at £10, per 2,000 lbs.   Hay.—The first load of new hay made its appearances in the market yesterday, and sold at £4 per ton. Old hay which is now extremely scarce, sells at £5 per ton. Cattle.—The supply of and demand for fat cattle this we...

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No. 10. 31st October, 1848. POST OFFICE, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

No. 10. 31st October, 1848. POST OFFICE, MELBOURNE. LIST of letters lying in this office un- claimed, accumulated since publica- tion of the last list. Note.-Parties applying at the Post Office for ad- vertised letters, are requested to state particularly the No. and date of the List in'which they may have observed the name, because such reference will materially: facilitate delivery. A. Aitkin, John Esq Aitkin, Wm " Allen, Hamilton Alexander, Geo AllisoD, Peter Anderson, G P Anderson, Abraham. Andrews, Jomes Anderson, Mrs M Arabin, Geo Archer, Thoa Archer, Win Arnold, Jas Arther, John Ashton, Mr Ashworth, Geo Atkins, H Esq Atkinson, Robt B. Baker, John Baker, Richard Balfour, David Barber, ¡Mrs Barber, Henry Barker, Francis Barns, Mary Bartleet, ¡Mr Barret, 'Ihos Bateman, J C 4 Bathe, Mrs Bassett, Elizabeth Baylis, John R Bumble«, Wm Beaten, K Beckett, Charles Bell, David Bellliamy, Isaac Bell, R '& J Benton, H Bennett, Wm Bennett, Edward Berry, James Bingham, C Black, Davi...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. November 7.—Royal George, ship, 585 tons, Thomas Grieves, master, from London via Ade- laide. Passengers (cabin) Rev Mr Hall, Mrs   Hall, Mrs. Scott, Miss Scott, and H H Brown,   surgeon; steerage—Mr Stoddart and wife, Mrs Gregory, Mr Burn. Agent—Dalgety & Co. November 7.— William, cutter, 33 tons, Geo. Brush, master, from Circular Head. Agent— C. & L. Smith. CLEARED OUT. November 7.—Globe, barque, 332 tons, John Liddell, master, for Sydney. Passengers—Mr Young, Mr Ogilvie, Mr Brigg, Miss Brigg, and Miss Kyle November 7.— Wave, schooner, 66 tons, War- cus, master, for Port Fairy and Portland. November 8.—Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, for Launceston. Passengers, cabin—Mr and Mrs Walker, Major Wentworth, Mr Montgomery, Mr Brodie and four children, Mr Von Steiglitz, Mr Anderson, Mr M'Laren, Mr Littleton. Mrs Willis, servant, and 2 children and Mr Cumberland. November 8.—Governor Arthur, schooner, ...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

PORT PHILLIP   GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) MONTHLY List of persons who have taken out licenses to depas- ture stock, to strip bark, and to cut timber on crown lands, in the District of Port Phillip, during the month of September, 1848. BOURKE. Budd W H, Beveridge A, Malcolm James GRANT. Austin S and J, do, Austin Thomas, do, Armytage George, Bransby and others, Bruce James, Clyde Company, do, Carter T R, Connor George, Chaffey and others, Drysdale and Newcomb, Dewing F, Fenwick F, Fisher D, Grass & Son, Griffin F, Gundry J, Gates and others, Gundry E, Herd John, Hopkins H, do, Holdham and others, Hargreaves and others, Hutchinson and others, Hope G and J, Harding E, Kelsall R, Kiddle J, Learmonth, J, M'Whirter J, Ness A, Raven John, do, Roadknight Wm, do, do, Synnot A, Synnot G, Synnot A Synnot G, Sproat T, Simmonds T, Stokes J, Tait Henry, Thomson & Arm- strong, Thomson A, do, Tallent and others, Vicary T, do, Warner Thomas &nb...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 10 November 1848

Domestic Intelligence. Savage Assault. — On Saturday a brickmaker named William Everett, re- siding on the south side of the Yarra, was charged at the police ofiice with having assaulted a man lately in his employment named William Bickersteth, who had taken out a summons for non- payment of wages. Everett had struck complainant with a spade, and but for the timely interference of a neighbour named Lyons, the most fatal consequences might have resulted. Defendant pleaded drunkeaness ; he said he was in a state   of oblivion, and recollected nothing. Mr Smith, one of the adjudicating magis- trates, said if the defendant could not control his actions when drunk he should always keep sober. Everett was fined twenty shillings for the assault and thirty shillings costs, or, in default fourteen days imprisonment ; he was allowed   seven days to procure the money. Footscray Pound. — The application of Mr. John Price for permission to remove the Footscray Pound, of...

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MOVEMENT OF TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

MOVEMENT OF TROOPS. An express arrived at the garrison, at Woolwich, at Ten o'clock on Thursday night, and before midnight Major Gost- ling's company, recently attached to the field batteries, left the garrison for Eus- ton Square, where a special train was to be in waiting, to convey the company to Liverpool, en route to Ireland. Two other companies, at present doing field battery duty, have been placed under orders for Ireland, at a moment's notice if required. Large detachments of Royal Marines, from each of the divisions of that   corps, are kept in readiness to proceed to any part of the country where their ser- vices may be required on an emergency. Woolwich, July 28, 9 o'clock, a.m. The Llewellyn, steam packet, intended for the Holyhead station, left this morn- ing, at three o'clock, with three waggon- loads of rockets for Ireland.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. November 10—Teazer, schooner, 58 tons, Organ, master from Sydney. Pas- sengers—Mrs Organ, Mr C Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs Baker. November 11—Nelson, barque, 603 tons, Wm. H. Lemmond, master, from London 18th July, and Plymouth 31st. One cabin passenger and 250 bounty emigrants, Jackson, Rlae, and Co., agents. CLEARED OUT. November 11—Colina, schooner, 55 tons, Henry Taylor, master, for Port Albert. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and four children, Miss Bowles, Mrs. Newton and seven children, Mr. M'Leod and three daughter, Rev. Mr. Brown ; and five in the steerage. SAILED. November 10—Swan, brig, for Laun- ceston. November 10—Lillias, for Hobart Town via Geelong. IMPORTS. November 10—Teazer, schooner, from Sydney—for cargo see Argus supplement of 3rd instant. EXPORTS November 11—Colina, schooner, for Port Albert—1 cask wine, 1 case gin, 1 case brandy, and sundry free goods. The Nelson, from Plymouth, arrived in the bay this morning, she left London on the 1...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

ITALY. By electric telegraph, we have advices from Florence to the 20th, which bring   the important intelligence that the Lega-   tions have broken out in open insurrec- tion against the Pope. A provisional government was formed at Bologna, pre- sided over by Count Bianchini, and of   which M.M. Antonini and Canute were members The cause of this movement, which menaces a complete separation of     the legations from the pontifical states, is the part which the Pope has taken in reference to the war of independence in   Lombardy. The provisional government   at Bologna is charged with the conduct of the war so far as concerns the legations, quite independent of any authority de- rived from Rome. On the 20th, at Rome, these events were not certainly known. Rumours of an insurrection had been circulated, but they were ascribed to the acts of bands of brigands which were known to have overrun the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

To the Burgesses of la Trobe Ward, A MEETING of those Burgesses who are favourable to the election of Mr. William Nicholson, to fill the vacancy ia the Town Council occasioned hy elm elcation ot Mr. Kerr, will be held ut the Clarence Hotel, ibis evening, at Seven o'clock. November 11, 1840._ To Kir. Wea. ¡Nicholson, Colline Street, Jua Trobe "Ward TR,-We the undersigned, Burges-es of La Trobe Ward, request that you will allow yourdeli to be plucec! iu nomination, for the S vunncy in the Councillorship of La Trobe Ward, occasioned by the elevation of Alderman Kerr. We make this request because we hare the utmost reliance, from our knowledge of your gei eral intelligence business habits, and entire fr cdom from i Jentifkation with either el i<ju«or party, that you will ably and faithfully watch over the interests we are disposed to entrust to your charge. We are, Sir, Your very obedient Servants, James Webb R Guthridge J A Graham Nathl Dismorr Robert Kerr J S Dismorr John J...

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The Argus EXTRAORDINARY. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak impugn it whose list." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1848. IMPORTANT NEWS. REBELLION IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

The Argus EXTRAORDINARY. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak impugn Ii whoso list." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1848. IMPORTANT NEWS. REBELLION IN IRELAND. By the Nelson, arrived this morning, we have English news to the 29th July, which we hasten to lay before our readers. At the date of our latest pa- pers there had not been any actual outbreak in Ireland, but it was looked for immediately, and the Government were fully prepared to meet it. Before the Nelson sailed, however, on the 31st, a report had reached Plymouth that the outbreak had actually taken place in the streets of Dublin, where the rebels were routed by the military, and retreated to the   Wicklow mountains, where another skirmish took place which terminated like the first in the success of the military. Sir Charles Napier's squadron was leaving Plymouth for the Irish coast at the time of the Nelson's sailing. The Bill for the Separation of Po...

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THE INSURRECTIONARY MOVEMENT. (From the Times' Correspondent.) Dublin, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

THE INSURRECTIONARY MOVE- MENT. (From the Times' Conespondent.)   Dublin, July 27. Lord Clarendon has lost no time in avaiiling himself of the stringent means, now at his disposal, for the repression of treason and insurrection. Before break of dawn this morning,, the whole force of metropolitan police was in motion, and a general search was commenced in all sus- pected quarters, for arms and ammuni- tion. The club-rooms were the first objects of this surveillance; but as far as I can learn, the police were not very suc- cessful in their efforts to detect either arms or documents of a dangerous tend- ency. It is now the general belief that the heads of these treasonable confedera- cies, with few exceptions, have fled pre- cipitately to the provinces, carrying with them all their warlike apparatus. Mr. Patrick O'Higgins, the leader of the Dublin Chartists, was arrested this morning, under the new Act, while pro- ceeding to his office in North Anne St. His house was subse...

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LIVERPOOL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY, 4 O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

LIVERPOOL. (from a correspondent.)   Friday, 4 o'clock. The news from Ireland yesterday caused great alarm here, and though the iserious portion of the intelligence stands   officially contradicted, the articles of the Dublin papers last night, and the rumours that have reached us by the   Cork packet, have effectually revived those apprehensions of an Irish outbreak in Liverpool which were general in the early part of the week. The town is in a most excited state ; the Exchange is crowded with an unusual assemblage, dis- cussing the possibilities and probabilities of Irish affairs, and the street before the police-court is thronged with a rabble of Irish awaiting the decision of the magis- trates in the case of the ruffians who have been captured with pikes and swords in their possession. Dr, Rey- nolds, the local "Confederate" leader, is reported by the police as " not to be found," but there is little doubt that he remains in Liverpool, and ...

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SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF COLONIZATION. A public meeting, convened on the re- quisition of this society, was held on the 29th July, at Guildhall. The Lord Mayor took the chair. The Hon. F. Scott moved the first re-   solution. "That more duly sustained and sys- tematic colonisation is urgently required by the existing condition of the country." He considered it to be a paramount object with a lstatesmen and philanthro- pists to promote the objects of the asso-   ciation—to carry the hungry where they could be fed, and the naked where they could be clothed They did not seek merely to convey the poor population to the colonies ; they wished also to convey capital, in order that there might be em- ployment, and that the colonies might not be reduced to the state of indigence which had befallen the mother country. The means by which they proposed to carry out this object was by contributions from the colonies, the mother country, and the emigrants. A. Mill, ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 11 November 1848

Domestic Intelligence Municipal.—The election of a Coun- cillor for La Trobe Ward in the room of Alderman Kerr takes place on Wednes- day. Mr. Wm. Nicholson, the grocer, is in the field and carrying all before him. An attempt was made to get in Mr. George Cavenagh's " Man—Friday"— Mr. Daniel Stodhart Campbell, but it proved a failure. The time of holding the election in Bourke Ward in the room of Alderman Johnston has not yet been fixed. Mr. Robinson, the saddler, is in the field, and we hear has met with ex- tensive support. It is not yet certain whether there will be any opposition, but we observe the Herald has paid Mr. Dalmahoy Campbell, the left-handed compliment of classing him with Clegg, the oysterman, as a candidate for the office. We will report progress on Tuesday. «inr- -nwn-iTri-r-nrTW-rTwTifT^i

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