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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

F-mx.-mz-ON, «jg=|- THE DEMERARA PACKET, T. JmHm^&Cobb, commander, 300 tons burthen WlnQMKis now ready to receive cargo for the jIBflSSwBbove . pott, aud will have quick dis patch. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Com mander on board- . WILLIAMS, CAMPBELL, & CO., CONNOLLY &°CO. For Xondon Direct. £«» THEfast-saihng.first-cIass brig PETER .JStK^, PROCTOR, 267 tons register, John JAaatg Armstrong, 'Commander. This vessel (fSSsS: haying all her dead weight, and three fourths of her -wool engaged — will have great de spatch. For freight Or passage, apply to HENTY AND CO. Launceston, March 30, 1841. For Fort Nicholson, Hew Zealand. ~ij THE fine Schooner EAGLE, 108 tons: i^k Joseph Kind, master, this vessel is gjtffllti^ open to' take Stock, for which she is well 'vrtnin^ adapted, has a considerable portion of her cargo engaged and will be dispatched in about fourteen days. For freight or passage, apply to HENTY &Co. Launceston, June 2. . , For Portland...

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Solutions to the Consindrums in our last. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

. . ? ! ? ? Solutions to the -Conundrum* in aur last. 4.— Because she's a gfcorf/air with a long /rain. - 2. — Because his money's out ''?'?? I ?J?.— -Because he Hakes people top. : . . .„ . , .,-,: - 4i— Because they have gone to Choose JriniChimn). 5. — Because she is' the greatest at Keep-sakes. ,6. — Because one buys and the other takes hops, , t- ^-7.— LBecauBe ie'sa*eau-fc(bbhea). ? '. : ;''' ??'?''?'

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Launceston Shipping list. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

ftauitcetJtutt gripping ftt'sst. ARRIVALS. Junn 5 ? Brig Patriot, 197 tons, Akers, master, from New Zealand;. Kerr and Co., agents. 180 tickers, 110 logs timber, Henty and Co. ; 6 casks .sperm oil, I ton whalebone. C. Suisted; 25 logs timber, 25 rickers, 1; cask tobacco, J. Fitzpatrick. Passengers, — F. Robins, Esq.* J. Fitzpatrick. ?'.?''. June 7.— Schooner Paul Pry, 56 tons, Jenkin, master, from Port Phillip ; G. Fisher, agent. 17 hogsheads beef, 2 casks beef,: J. Griffiths; licase slops, Willis and Co.; 1 ditto cutllery, James Tetley ; 2 ditto clock, Burnley. Passengers,— Messrs. -Watkins, Kenhoran, and Stephens. ?? -: : ..-_?- . : ,(. June 7 ? Schooner Challenger, — tons,'.' Robertson, master, from Adelaide, and Port Phillip; Connolly and; Co., agents. 29 hogsheads rum, 18 kegs tobacco, 1 cask JGeneva, 1 bale bags, Order; 24 ; bullocks, J. Griffiths.* .Passengers,— Mr. .Langley, Mrs. Walker,. Mr. Stock dale.. ' . ,: ' L . ' ? ' June 8. — Schooner Minerva^ 110 tons, Fawtbrop, mas...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

BIRTH—At Launceston, on the 24th May, Mrs Monaghan,       of a Son.                         DIED—At his residence at the Springs, on Thursday, the 27th May, Mr. Charles Wilkins, aged 42 years after a long and   lingering illness. He was an affectionate husband and kind     friend, and is deeply regretted by his bereaved widow. —At her house in Liverpool-street, on Friday morning 4th inst. Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. James Foyle, aged 52, after an illness of only one week, much respected by all who knew her. —On Monday, the 7th instant, Mr. Henry Tubby, sen., of   Liverpool Street, aged 62 years.      

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. "Pardon of Mr. John Frost. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

ENGLISH EXTRACTS, NEW SOUTH .WALES. ' Pardon of Mr. John Frost. By the barque Pilgrim, which arrived yesterday     morning at Liverpool, we have received Sydney and other Australian papers to the 13th of August inclusive. They inform us that the Governor-General ,had ap »pointed Mr. John Frost, convicted of high treason at Newport, to a subordinate office in the Commissariat Department of Port Arthur. Sir John Franklin was   induced to bestow this mark of leniency upon Mr. Frost in consequence of his exemplary conduct during the voyage out. Hopes of the ultimate pardon of Mr. Frostwere confidently entertained— Evenina Paper.   Tbe Chartists of this city have issued a placard an   nouncing their intention to hold a meeting on Monday evening next, at six o'clock, in the Abbey Green, to petition her Majesty for the restoration of Frost, Jones, and Williams'; on which occasion a collection is to be made ' in aid of ihe Res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. Important to Breeders of Stock, Butchers and others. SHEEP, CATTLeTaND HORSES, AT EVANDALE, NEW K1VER, ON FRIDAY THE 18th JUNE. Xttr. J. C. TTndervood, Has flie pleasure to announce that he will sell by Public Auction on FRIDAY the 18th June, at twelve o'clock precisely, without reserve, a* the Yards of Mr. John : Willialt, Evandale, New River,: the following valuable Stock, viz.. — : |7RpM,5P0 to600 PRIME FAT WETHERS jP .Five hundred Ewes, two And six tooth, in Lamb to 'imported Leicester Tups, and in excel-' lent condition One hundred, Lambs . Twenty-six Working Bullocks, in good condition Twelve '*ead of Youhg Cattle, highly improved., consisting -of 'Heifers and Stemming 2 years old 3 first rate ! M ilcH Cows ' 3 Devon Bulls, rising 2 years old ?'- 1 Durhanv Bull, rising 2 years old 1 Superior Cleaveland Carriage Horse, quiet in har ness 2 aged mares warranted steady workers in plough and cart, and in foal to first rate cart horses 1 Clever Cob, master of 16 st...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY, Junk 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 14 June 1841

INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, June 9th. In re John Sleath Hill. This was a first meeting for the proof of debts, and election of permanent assignee. Mr. Penny was ap- pointed permanent assignee, and claims to a considerable amount were proved. The meeting was then adjourned to the 30th June.         ' In re James Smith.   This was a adjourned meeting for the proof of debts,   after which the Insolvent applied for his discbarge, and Wednesday the 30th June, was appointed for the hearing of such application. In re Richard Scott. After the proof of debts the creditors proceeded to the election of a permanent assignee. Mr. Joseph Penny   was proposed by one, and Mr. Atkinson by another. Mr. Gleadow explained that he thought it would lead to much litigation if Mr. Atkinson who was assignee to the estate of Scott and Uther, were also appointed   assignee to Mr. Scott's estate. It had been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

? ? MEMORIAL If TO THE ' H State Venerabls Archdeacon Hatching H A MEETING of tfie friends of the late Arch- §1 deacon, with reference to the above object, 11 will be held in the School-house, in Cameron- street, K§ Launceston, on Wednesday next, the 23rd instant, w at 3 o'clock precisely. m June 19,1841. B ? . m Ziaunceston Grammar School. BE PTfHE Half-yearly Vacation at tliis|Establistiment IB -*- will commence on the 12th..iustunt and close H on the 1st July. '' H CHARLES PRICE. B June 19. . . .- H '' TO LET, ~ II ON the Sand Hills, a convenient House, con- H taining five rooms, with a large kitchen and » store room, garden and out-buildings. If Inquire of - Ifi Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS, II Iron Foundry, Launcestom B I Ladies' Establishment X-aunceston. mm THE MISSES WADDELL respectfully an- B Jnounce that their young friends re-assemble on II Monday, the 19th of July. II Wanted a good Female Servant, none need apply SI who cannot be well recommended. H June 19. ' M Public Pound, Sreal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

; 'Ex ?' rARE? $ '^MINSTREL? '? , ? TBS TJtfOEBSXGNED. ? * '/,'?? .????. BEGS leave to inform lheir numerous cusArtiers and the Public in general, that they have received by the at»o?e Vessels, their third inontht/'-suppiy of WINTER CLOTHING, Consisting of every article in the above Ijne, suitable for the present season, and owing to the depressed state of the times, scarcity of cash, and having a large stock on hand, they are determined to sell at such prices that cannot fail to insure them ,. A Share of Public Patronage, As they have hereunto received. D. & S. BENJAMIN, Tamar Souse, St. John-street, Xiaunceston; Emporium, Charles-street. Branch Store — CJieapside House, Melbourne, Port Phillip. 20 PER CENT CHEAPER THA.27 ANY OTBES SOV3S XMT TOWH. MESSRS. MOSS AND NATHAN, Charles-stre&t, LauvLceston. — «®®«^— ??? ? ; ; . ? ? ;.'? '.. y IN returning thanks to the inhabitants of Launceston and its vicinity, for the very liberal support (hey have met with, feel gratifi...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. SlE, Is not the indiscriminate use of Fire-arms by the Constabulary, (witness the late inquest at Camp brll Town,) a fair topic for admonition to the Govern ment. The constables have a little book of instructions given' thern^ on joining the police, which I have read, but on this 'all-important topic nothing is said. Your's &c, ' . Inquirer.

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 21. The William arrived from Sydney on Wednes day, after a tedious passage of sixteen days. Our files of papers do not extend therefore be yond the 39th ultimo. There were some indications of an improve ment in the wheat market, but the quotations remain about the same, varying from 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. The Australian, of the 29th May, re marks that, ' Wheat, in spite of the chicanery of ah influential trader in town, has found its way to the market, and through the legitimate channel of a. public market, sales have been effected at an advance. -We should certainly say, and our information is derived from good authority, that wheat will shortly take a rise.' His Honor Chief Justice Dowxixg, had been seriously indisposed, and had, by the recom mendation of his medical advisers, resolved upon proceeding to England for the benefit of his health ; but a later bulletin announces, that His Honor Tiad so far recovered as to resume his seat upon the bench....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. ; Stock-in-Trade, Houses, and Allot-! meats, at Campbell Town* ' TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. C. Underwood, On MONDAY, the 28th June, at twelve o'clock precisely, at the Stores of Mr. J. S. Hill, Camp bell Town, without reserve, by order of the; assignee under the Insolvency of Mr. J. S. Hill,; npHE remainder of the STOCK-IN-TRADE,: **? consisting of— Slops, hosiery, haberdashery Saddlery, rugs, iron pots, paints Glassware, earthenware . Marstlla, Madeira, sherry, port Claret, hock, and sauterne wines White lead, Stockholm tar Lamp black, &c., Sec, &c. - Terras— rAH sums under £25, cash ; above £25, 3. months credit on approved endorsed bills. AFTER. WHICH, — Several valuable Houses and Allotments situate in Campbell Town. ; Pull particulars and terms w ill be made known in . a future advertisement. ''.''! BOOKS, &.C. ~~ On Thursday, the 1st July. TO BE SOLD BY^PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. C. Underwood, On THURSDAY, the 1st of July, ...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. (From Sv&nev Pavers. 1 The Blackt.—'We are sorry to say that the Macks, in different parts of the colony, are again committing out rages. We hear repeated complaints of their conduct in the vicinity of the Ovens River, and at the Clarence they have committed several murders. Great shipments of specie are expected shortly to be forwarded home, owing to the fact that several of the banks refuse to draw UDon the Treasure. The hanks. we hear, purpose' to limit still more, their discounts. The result of these movements are .too obvious to re quire any comment at our hands for the present, .Spirits— We believe there are now somewhere about 400,000 gallons of spirits in bond; the cost of which alone, independent of the colonial duty, must amount to above i£100,000. Her Majesty's Solicitor-General has filed an reforma tion against Captain Hews, of the -Orwell, for detaining a mau from China, consisting of sixty-eight letters. The case comes on for hearing , at the W...

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NEW ZEALAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

NEW ZEALAND EXTRACTS. (From the Port Nicholson Gazette.) Police Office— Dr. Evans took his seat on the bench on Wednesday last, when the following conversation we understand took place between the learned Doctor and Mr. Murphy. Mr. Murphy. — Is it your intention to sit here in your magisterial capacity ? Dr. Evans. — Such is my intention. Mr. Murphy. — Then, Sir, in consequence of the proceedings of a public meeting, and a letter inserted in the newspaper last week, I shall be compelled to leave my seat. Dr. Evans. — You can do as you please, Sir. It is my intention to sit here for the purpose of administering, to the best of my ability, justice to the public Mr. Murphy further added, that he would abstain from acting when Dr. Evans took his seat on the Bench for that purpose, excepting in such cases as the presence of two magistrates were required by law. A person was then charged with having been drunk, when the defendant accused the police with having used unnecessary violence to...

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Ship Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

£-Ijip Mails To PORT PHILLIP, via GEORGE TOWN, on Wednesday, the 23rd instant, at 10 o'clock. To PORTLAND BAY, by Minerva, on Monday, the 21st instant ' ' To LONDON, by Peter Proctor,on Thursday, 1st July. To SYDNEY, by William, on Friday, 25th instant. «. St. John E. Browne, Postmaster:

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

MARRIED—On the 15th instant, by the Rev. Thomas   Dugall, Sorell, James Robertson, Esq., of Campbell- street, Hobart Tobart Town, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Andrew Tolmey, Jerusalem Park. BIRTH—On the 14th instant, at Brandon, near     Richmond, Mrs. C. Bonney, of a Daughter. DIED—On the 16th January, at his father's residence,     Balkiel, Wigtonshire, Robert Wallace, fourth son of .James Murdoch, Esq., late Merchant in Glasgow.

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Launceston Shipping list. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

ILaunceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. June 15 —Schooner Tamar, 117 tons, Ben, for Port Phillip ; J. Raven, agent. 340 sheep, J. Raven ; 2 cases cheese, Anderson. Passengers, Miss Forde, Mr. Barker. June 15 — Brig Henry, 107 tons, Toby, master, from Hobart Town, via Port Arthur ; Tregutha, agent 100 tons coals, Order.       June 17— Brig William, 149 tons, Le Grand, master,   from Sydney ; J. Griffiths, agent. Passengers,— Mr. Gore, Messrs. Tothill, M'Laren, Nowlan, Allan, and Shorter.   June 17. — Brig Fox, 222 tons, Lowe, master, from Port Fairy ; J. Griffiths, agent. 40 head of cattle, 2 casks oil, J. Griffiths. Passenger, — Mr. Whitehead. June 19.— Steamer- -Cosair, 185 tons, Fox, master, from Port Phillip ; Connolly & Co., agents. 128 kegs paint, 2 cases merchandize, 1 box books, 72 bullocks, Order. Passengers, — Rev. Mr. Geoghan, Messrs. White, M'Kinlay, Paton, Petrie, Mr. and Mrs. Butler, and child, Mr. J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 June 1841

ADVERTISEMENT. Unparalleled */lct of Oppression S IR,-I have to appeaTto the Public under tfc following unparalleled treatment of any free Br tish subject :— J My Brother-in-law, Mr. Davis, of Brtehtoi Proprietor of the Regulator Coach, had a dispu* with a Mrs. Burnip, as to some turkies whic were running in the fields. Mrs. Davis had th turkies brought in, and sent for Mrs. Burnip t select her own ;— the answer was, that Mrs. Bui nip would see her d-~d first ! Mrs. Davis a^aii sent for Mrs Burnip, saying, she was goin| t send her turkies to Hobart Town, but as sh would not come, Mrs. Davis turned out of th flock every strange turkey, and sent her own t my house, the Macquarie Hotel, in Hobart Town Mrs. Burnip then applied to Mr. Forster, th- Police Magistrate, for a warrant against Mr Davis, for stealing eight turkies I The Magistrate told her that those being all she had, and as he had himself purchased four of them, she coulc only have lost four, and knowing the circum stances he...

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THE MAID'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

THE MAID'S LAMENT. I loved him not]; and yet, now he Is gone, I checked : Kjim while lie spoke ; '§et could J-C Bpeakj' - ; Alas M would not check. ' i . For reasons not to love him, once' I sought, ?. ? ' And wearied all toy thought, ' * ?.';-.'? To vex myself and jiiiti; I Bow would give -.^ , ,4 :'-,? My Jove could he but live '??. '; .-.' Who lately lived forme, and, when he found ? '???? = 'Twas vain, in holy ground He hid his face amid the shades of death ! . I waste for him my breath Who* wasted his for me 1 but mine returns, And this lorn bosom burns 'Witji 'stifling heat,' heaving if.u'p in sleepj . . .'; ' 'And waking me to weep' ? *Tears that had melted-Ws soft heart ; for years -Wept he as bitter tears I ? '*' Merciful God 1' such was his latest prayer, '' These may she never Share 1' :? Quieter is his breath, his heart more cold Than daisies in the mould, Where children spell, athwart the church-yard gate, His name and life's brief date. -Pray for him, gentle souls whoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

r For ittiSBOX, direct. j&&3£- THE 'PEMERA&A PACKET, % ..'iSFyl^. B.CoBB,qMjDmander,300 tons burthen l3fijSB» having nearly all her cargo tjn board, jEggggg^and room for aft w bales of wool only, vfill sail early in July. . - . - For freighter Passage, early application is necesr sary to . ' ,v ? ? . : . . - ?' '-V- ' ,: 'WILLIAMS* ^GAMPBEfLL, & CQ., , ? ? ? : i ? or ... . '?? i': ? ??CONNOLLY & CO. 7nne 19th; . FOR LONDON, To Sail 4-n the 1st July. ~JE&- THE fast-sailing first-class brig PE JsfPl^.- TER PROCTER, 267 tons register, \fgwJRJJM John AnMSTRonG,commander. This hBmHiK v'essel having nearly all her cargo on board, has room for a few bales of wool, andean accommodate two cabin ^passengers* For freight or passage, apply lo^ & qq June 15. ' ;-- ???? '?? ?????-??: Tor Portland Bay. '*~ ,*£ Tfl£ fast-sailing A; 1. Schooner M-I-. i^KqK NERVA, 1 10 tbhs, J*Meb Fawthrop, d^^K Commander, wli«-mttence loading for '4ii**5§ th- a...

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