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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835
, SALES BY AUCTION. To Tanners and Others. CAMPBELL TOWN. One of the mo%l fmourablt opportuuiliet tter offered to those who feel disposed to embark tnlhe Tanning (rode. Mil. JAMES HUME, WILL -SELL BY AUCTION, Without the leatt reserve, on Thursday, I f,e2bH of June next, those premises tn demrealilf situated mi Ilie banks- (f the Elizabeth Hi. ver, tilth avonttant supply of water from .lagoons that never dry, even in tkehnletl r*HE°'cAMPBELL TOWN TANNERY, coDiprini -e ns follows :— Anocllcitandsuba aulial brict dwell inp, f.Ohtninii% fjut «pattmeats, vera'da.^c An r.xcelli-nt wcotlie -bosrdtd dwelling, uitli 4a(.artiucnt». A Wft3ti^r-hoarr) d boosp, 60 b- 15, con ailing S piis mm ig -ub-. Men's I ut ntiri ature, SO by 15. One of the Iniest bark milU, lOnipl.te, Ijj L nilii ft. The Alloimeut con'aiiiH 3 arrca of ex oe'.lflil Biiil, mraiurtd loin the fiver. As ?'hi) proprietor i- eljiiut Imviiis t|ifC« Innjr on imp'rtanl bustueig, the terms will be liberal, «iz.— A di posit on the day...
CARPENTER'S & JOINER'S BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835
CARPENTERS & MINER'S BENEFIT SOCIETY On Monday evening last, a splendid Supper was given by Mr. Champion at the Jolly Hatters in Melville Street for members of the Carpenter's and Joiner's &nbsp; Benefit Society, wa- catted lo Hie Cli«.(r, tnpitonml hy Mr. Cupper and Mr. Diiitn. Mr. O.irdi.n.iii ! tiivrciaiv was called to the vice Chair, unpimned l.y Nr. Wi|.' 'ami and Mr. Whit*. Tlie ie,.a«l oiniitted of two c,,-ii. ?irnus |,,ecr. ol betU twoli.n.., utM«,tMH,duck-, fowls, and several oilier substantial dUhet. On llie nth btuif nnioral, two plain puddluga ofenorrnou, '?Ice, mnnlned in imitation of Mount Wellington nod Mount Kclsou, wub mow «» Ikcir iumnills., were served up. On the cloth bring removed, llie Chair man carr ' tlie K-n£' wlUi Hirer liinei llircc. Suni; — ?' Gnd aave the Kine' by Mr. Williams. Ihe unani mity \rilh wlilcli tliit tnau n Unmlt, (troves Uiol Ihe KliiE Is nut without loyal subjects on these, distant shores. Tile Chairman then gave ' micct- s$...
CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 13,1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, Saturday, JUNE 13, 1835 The Tasmanian Penn. — Mr. Bateman &nbsp; arrived yesterday from Port Phillip, and reached his own home from thence, with- in little more than 48 hours. We are in- formed that he has purchased from a tribe of natives, about 500,000 acres of land, taking his boundaries from a short distance in the rear of Port Phillip. Almost imme- diately after landing. Mr. B. fell in with a tribe of forty, who at first evinced a dis- position to oppose him, but after a short parley, the natives he had with him effec- ted an understanding, and he was recei- ved by them with open arms, and every manifestation of good feeling. &nbsp; The peaceable disposition shewn on the part of the holders of the New Country, enabled Mr. Bateman to execute the object of his visit effectually, and speedily. A fine athletic fellow, the chief ot the tribe, after being in eacquainted with Mr. Bate- man's wish to purchase land, and his ...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835
To the Editor. SIR,— I an happy to inform you, that the schooner has arrived here safe, from Port Philip, on the opposite side of the Straits. Mr. B ....... has left Mr. Pigeon, Commander of the Sydney blacks, (who acted under black Ro- bison in catching the blacks here) in possession of the territory, amounting to two millions of acres, which he purchased from one of the natives cal- led Fudgaree, and has made rather an advanta- geous bargain, having purchased the whole for a dozen pair of blankets, six dozen tobacco pipes, &nbsp; 150 figs of tobacco, and two bottles of rum; a glass of the latter exhilarated Fudgaree so much that he embraced Mr. B , and called him his pic- kaninny. His grant includes all the southern coast of Australia, from Port Callaghan, to Speculation Bay, including, of course, Port Philip. Thus the British Government have lost possession of this fine tract of country, by the report of a beardless ensign, in the year 1812, who stated that no fresh water...
To the Chairman of the Quarter Sessions, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
7k tht Okatnnm «/ tht Qutritr Smlmu, tjtuncuton. c,. —I am aura yon mint recollect, that bnth yon ««d Mr. tvlllrtnn t.ild me, ?? when the Atlnrney 6« iienl had directed the Court 10 liear my appeal, I ?hoold ha« aufficlwit iinllfce fa. I at Ihalllin; re turned) of the time ?piwlirteii M hear U /' Nn«r, 2erll«l» yon will b. annpHied UTIw... that Ihe ilral Intimation I me iveu of the ttoiirt .Ittliis on Tuevlay [.,. wal a nnarter niter ten o'clock on Wiat murnlns, when aciinalablroameloiiiy floor wiUi«aub|mimfiir my «lerk,and told. me I ll.d better lurry ipU.pO.iuit, iimv c«itolH|ipr«lw««ro.iiln.'-iii limnedlalely. U, . therefore, Iliad hy rbaime been from home on that niorninc it limore than iirohalile the Informer would l»v- claimed the mniiunt of Ilia illegal cuiivlaloni, W|'!-ni|t-iw'are.'8lr, yo|i tronlri not auOer a. suitor In vflur Conrt 10 Jip «o treBtrd with Inipnnlly, and 1 cnn. i.i»e, that Mr. C.iltiell had In til. rapacity 'of chief enn.talile. delayed tile KrWaii Me anbpa...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
To tht Editor. ?.?.-Tlieanraiimi ..I .hl,.i-ins«illie River tiltf mint cnmmeiice.l, mid ptrliapi never will be. Von ff™. Jrrtfeawd J'.Mlrieir aMuliad wlUl Hie pledncl of Hi. BMclleiwy tulhf unitwr. Are yiw not 1*«I»S » Jllrte ™nl.«i;-hn. you Irani that H» Ili»crl.«»ni janre-ticifraclnl now lfi.ll It liu Her* -fl-« J«f « ? But llie purium -il my tniulilhii: ynn,li IA'beg)OU toiml.Hil. »4Utof Uk «nt«la «C »''? -le|«rliiret Jrnln. Illli l'-rl,i« 4lie.y-ar.imt. Perhaps you *»» »-= fnvi.uiei) with II at llir Ciinlnm Hume t Vour olml wnt Serwnt, A Snirran o* Good' lAunuitoa, June II. IBM. Writ not in the trait imbt tht Hetermtnathnff ttlt kiJltrnca to mme II* performance ?/ all that In hat fiTo -nneUiliw m i..iw -t«t«K- Th, «i«»B«««r tor 'Mpmiim nlluJts to, mill te/aunt In anothtr column. V-ihtt* tu »m*Jti-flr*fptgliit U tht Cuttom llLir.a/wrt/Hrni.:* rrc«t*rl-i a*r, month with i»«-i«»« tfilf «««* !-«««« in and. ?«« of Ik, glixr. wlieii they cle.r tlw Head..
To His [?] the [?]Governer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
n Wit tStctUmct the Lieutenant Governor . Bin,— I have the honor most respectfully to succrll to you, tlie propriety nf the Officers appobited to Issu. the Wholesale Spirit licences, belns directed tu uan' mil them to the Police Uaglstratea of the pislrlst. in whioh the dealer, tnay reside, in order that they nisy he tcfi'lere'K ur tltntd ty win Mtfiitrolu, a. Is !'? quir«d by the 4cl hi Council, at such* mtasure will lend to prevent the informer, fn m annojint, ai|il, perhap', caute ruin U|wii |ht nnsuspeclin( mill ?'' 4isposen merchant. ' | have the honor, tn be, BiF, Ysiur Eacelleucy-i Jlosl obeilieMt, ijutuhl* Jewanl, Lanacejton.Vuat IS, ttil.
Launceston Drice Current. [Compiled for Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
lattiurtfton JJrirt Cttrrrat. [Compiled for the CtnuuM Chronicle,] AMDC0HR1CTK0 THIl UAV. COLONIAL PRODUCE. X ? 4- * ?? «'? Au.pnuha. *«''???? Hsrkperton 3 0 0 lo 0 0 0 Ileer per lihd- .400** BreaoVr ilbloaf 0 0 0 to 0 0 8 Biscuit per cwi. 1 10 0 to I 1J 0 JBulter per Ib -fresh 0 * « -? 0 2 9 Dmo, ditio,— salt 0*0 Bacon p- rib 0 1 1 In ,0 I ? Serf perlb 0 0 « i» Mutton per Ib O 0 6 -« PorkperJb 0 8 7 Veal per Ib 0 0 8 Chocolateprrlb (Coiem)O 8 0 li Cheese per Ib 0 O 8 le 0 I 0 Candles pi-r II — mnuldi O 0 B U 0 0 9 Ditto, ditto— dips 0 0 8 U 0 0 0 »% ? —.a. Jn*ni- sfa ft fl Ar.n pel btuli.l 0 1 6 Oara-nlpirlb 0 0 6 H«yp«rion 1 10 0 to 4 0 0 Hides each (average) 0 7 0 (o Hops per Ib O a 0 to 0 0 0 Mara, per dltfo 0 1 3 (o 0 1 8 Straw per l««.i I 1 0 Is 1 10 0 . Firewood per ditio 0 II 0 lo 0 .4 0 Wool per ib 0 0 0 to 0 1 ? Glne perdit'O 0 I 0 to Potatoes per mn 0 O 0 l» Oil (iperm) p-r gallon 0 8 0 lo Fouls per pair 0 S 6 to 0 * 0
IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
IMPORTED GOODS. Aleprrbhd 0 0 0 e» Ditto per onsen 0 J2 0 to » 11 6 Brown atom (Tayloi'a) 0 12 0 to 0 12 « Coffee per Ib by the bag 0 0 fl le 0 0 10 Chene per Ib 0 0 8 to 0 I 0 Hams per ditto 0 I 0 to 0 1 S Sail pet Mn 0 0 0 to T 0 0 Soup perriitlo 40 0 0 to Ditto per Ib to 0 0 S Mucarjier Ion 29 0 0 (? Diito ditto,- flneE.it 1 4Q0 „ |f Ditto ditto— per II) f beg.) to 0 0 * Ditto iliito— pur Ib. loaf 0 0 7 to 0 0 U Rtim in baud. i-er gallon 0 4 0 -« 0 4 6 ' Dllfo ditty paid, perdition, 18 0 lo 0 14 0 Brandy In bond, perditio 0 S 0 Iff 0 fi fi Ditto dutt paid, p«r ditto 0 IB 0 to 0 SO 0 Gin in bond, per ditto 0 4 0 lo 0 4 6 Diito duty paid, p.rdlm-o 18 0 to 0 80 0 lea per cnesi o v u to u v u Ditio per Ib 0 S fl to 0 S 6 Tobacco in bond, per Ib 0 0 10 li 0 I 0 Ditto Huty paid, pet Ib 0 * I) '» 0 8 0 Cigars pet box n 10 0 to 4 4 0 Vinrgarpej- gallon 0 » 0 l» WiNts— Port per dngen la 3 9 0 Diila per cation to 0 lfl 0 Madeira per ?Im. lo I Is 0 Sherry per ditto (a I lo 0 Ditto pei gallo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For Leith Direct, ^rp, The fine f»R'-»»ilin(t Barque Tft?a ' LOCHIHL,' ' «i?VF5a 30° tons remitter, Captain Tho fjjgjggffm mas Miu.ons, will sail fmiD §£5311© Launcf6'O» for the above port, (all her cargo bring engaged) on ilie first of August. This vesiel Ins tuperior accommoda tion for passengers, anil pastage money mo derate. Apply 10 Jas. K Sl*ano, Hobart Town, or time 10 die unders-gned, wbere a iilan of the cabin may heaeen. KERR, ALEXANDER, fy C . Lannoeiton Wbarf, 18th April, 1835. For London Direct, ~rpf _ T11*8 fine fa»'-»»ilinir Barque 'Sga * 'BOLINA.' ^g|i Wiu.iah Stokr. MaS'er. The prajBlqJxi principal pan of her cargo being ^£IS3i$@ eii|t«i;ed, she will meet wiib im mediate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to IIEII1EY 8c FENNY. Launceston, Ma) 23, 1885. For Sydney, _^V. The MARTHA, Captain ^§MCTi Sanderson, will 'nil in ten. tfjj||j|jy(g For freight or passage, ap ply to henry reed, Agent. Launcrston, 30iii May. 1835. For Sydney, _-r* ...
SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. Friday, June 5th,1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
6UPBEME COURT— CIVtL SIDE. (From the Colonial Time*.) Friday, June Sth.iau. Tfea Attorney General applied on behalf of Mrs. Hannah Murphy, that abe might be allowed to propound and prove a copy of the will of Mr. Daly, (who died In April 1631), at hit original will, or else that letters of administration should ba granted to her. Mr. Gellibrand opposed this motion on behalf hf HfV tanmorhfll.* anrl Xf r Williams ««rj»ti»nra nf the late Mr. Daly,who,il appeared, died in April last year, leaving two rllldien.wholitid been born to him by Hannah Murpby, who had lived with him several years. In suppoit of hit argument, he produced copies of file affidavits which had j been attached to Ibi will, in support of ita being a tine copy of the late Kir. Daly's will, amongst which the pituciple were one of Mr. Joseph Bond Clarke, which stated, thai lie had beeu employed by Mr. Daly to make out his will, which he did, andattheannietiTneniade acopyofit. Mr. Daly had sa-d he would deposit it in lli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
.: SALES BYAUCT1UN. To Tanners and Others. CAMPBELL TOWtf. One of Ihe mosl fieourabte opporlumtiet twr offered to tfrose whit feel dupiied to embark in tht Tunning trade. MU. JAMES HOME, W'HX 8ELI. BY AUCTION, VTUhoutlhe teatt retrrve, on Tknnio}-, thrtHlh of June nest. Hwtr. premitct «« deureably titnaUdon the banki of He Elizabeth Hi ver.trithaTonitant tupptg of outer from Ugoota that never try even fa thehileil' T'HE°'cAMPBKrX TOWN TANNERY,; comprise «8 follows: — Aneio llei t«n.i suba anliallirink dwell ing, romMning four Rparltn n-», Ao excellent wpBttie'-bo»rdrddwclHuf, «ilh 4ai'Brtment». A -wnatlitr.'oiKfl.H ho»«n,-'60 hj 16, : con ain ni;S pin anri lO'obv Men's but «M aturr, 30 by IS. Onto of the Inieit liatk milU, compete, liilitnli'rl. Tlie Allotmem ron'Rinn 3 acre» of e* oel-nl soil,in-ii-iired f urn 'lie n»er. Aa tlm pr'pr e'or i« about Ifnvine -l(e C» Innj on impiriant buBiness, the ternn will be lilrral,«iK. — ' A drpoml on Ihe Hrt « O'mlo of 16 per eent., ?ml ihoremRi...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
/ to the Editor. Sm,-»« nil,l,t be e,,slly loresem, the e«rnrslonnf Mr. Bateman acmo llie 8tmits to P.n i Pl,illi,.,li »u tlie eve -il lieln|iaiicceedeilliy-ilhrr.vl'ii.iiiilliir detciin lion. Hr.Fuwkner I. nearly ready In Mart for thai place, well annnlicri with every neressarj' irquisue lur a lielller, ann In atldltln.i to the sibiial munitions of our, fur elllier attack or defence, auch «s maskrts, baytmeu, sabre., Ac, Ac., be Ukr. out two twdfe pounder., and some liglit field piecii, willi wlilclt lie Intends lo join Wedearee, who, in rieht of his (land nioiher, derives his Ulle from tlie elder branch of tbe Fudge Family, whose cngnnmea Is Fndsaree— Mr. ». deriving hi. nwife title frooi the junior bunch or that noble family. Ur. F. uke. out a quantity ol mm and tobacco, and for an extra bottle of the former, «pecl- to r.et a much larger grant titan Mr. B., «i he doe. hot reckon nn taking less than rive millions of acres, and eupcxls, with his superior means, to dilve Iherival of...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
? ^ X i Jt-w« IS.— Arrived the barqne lotkUl, C»Pj tiln Millon. from Sydney. Paweniers-Mr.and Mr.. Lilly. M.. v Ann Lilly. Mr.. O.b.rne, Mar ilia Osborn-, William «nd Richard Osborne, Mri. Josephs and rtiild, James Bu°klev,Joi.4ohutoo, Vo. Gonn, Etq . , Jiinb IT ? Sailed, tha b»rqae A**, Captsin M'Alpln. for ^London. Fa«.Mieers— M»«s. Bab binron.Bliello, and Shepherd. ' . Manifestos* the barque Jims- Captain H'Alpln. for f«ondon-477b«l«i'»ool. OS casks oil, 85 bun dle- kangaroo rkii», HO pieces blackwood, 70 ten. bark, IT ae.it skins, I cue barometers, 41 hides Jdns 2O.-Seiled, the brig Mvtha, Captain Saunderson. far Sydney. with a cargo of British, Foreign and Coloninl g-no.ls. Passe nf en - Tone. Cuwiberlfiift-, J*m»i Dniiseombe, 8arah Ba.tiatn, Samuel Basham, Juiiallien Basham, John Palmer, William Sama.
Corn markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
Corn jttaiittt. Bulllnleinlngtlil. week. The holnen of wheat art kecpins: It back in llir anllcipatinn nf m inenuaed price, flir (f -r Salra tgrctti in timl artfett. have u.il eKrreilnl eiclit .111111110 |ier tinttiel ; barley may W .vri.ucd trt..«,l. mil oil. .Hi HI. prr tin.lie Fl'inrtiM»i-e.rieiiced mi alteration. At tilt Store, of Mr. (''finall, and Ur Kevorarc— fine flour 30.., and a«coiul- U.. per lOOJI^ ? Wheat per hn-hel m. ei., liarley per do U (o f«. 9i , oau per «ln fi«.t flmir prr rvtt. %4e.( pmaloe. per ton 91 ontnlt. |ier cwt. ID-, tn QtK, pea* tinne. buy prr Inn « tn 11.. «traw M., tuikev-t-er rnuiile lit., fowl, per do 4i-JV«ii IVktrf Ihriitt, Utk June.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 June 1835
td to pay nearly Ticenty ThtnUaUd Pound* per annum, over and above theur ptatnt luxation, whichexoeedi One Hun dred Thousand Vounds Sterling, on»u The late arrival at Hobart Town item the MolherCountry, put. us in posaei aion of another very impressive. i proof of its maternal «ff«:tion for ui. Not tatiiBed with draining our|»iir«es to support a lit ilcarmy of Britiah dependants, two-tliirda ofwliomBTeofnoeortAfy use tolhe Colony, oral all necessary to the working of Hie ?Government Machinery, we are oow commanded in/lattering rermi-to maintain the Police Establishment, Goals,and CoLo MitMARiNe. For the charge ot support ing the two first, we admit some plausibi lity; tbt boasted growing prosperity of the Cohny may justify the British Government in throwing the tost of them upon it, par ticu arly when her prosperity it mainly to «e attributed to the advantages derived from the labor of the Convicts, bul we are pui iled to discover the pretext for sad dllng tne uotony wun me «-»|i«i«...