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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Toys ! Toys ! ! Toys ! ! ! JUST received and on sale by the undersigned, a large assortment of CHILDREN'S TOYS, amongst which will be found a varied assortment of ACCORD1ANS, from 3s. upwards. lisT A liberal allowance to shopkeepers. ALSO, A few excellent VIOLINS and GERMAN FLUTES DOMINOES Cribbnge Boards DRAFT BOARDS, etc., &o. 8. GOODE. Stationery and Toy Warehouse, corner of Queen and Little Collins-street. 1111 " '?' ? ??? --»ME--1 Tin: MELBOURNE Ano US is published on the mornings of Tuesday, and Friday in each week, and forwarded simultaneously to every part of the province; and to Sydney, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Swan River, New Zealand, the Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, England, Ireland, and Scotland, the United States of America, France, India, l¡e,f by every possible opportunity. The quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31 st December, at which periods ONLY can subscribers decline, by giving notice in writing, ana payi...
INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, July 8, 1846. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
' INSOLVENT ' COURT. Wednesday, July 8, 1846. -Before the Chief Commissioner. In re Thomas Woolley.-The insolvent appeared to apply for Lis certificate, against the issue of which the following caveat had been lodged by Mr. Moor, Solicitor for the ti ustues in the insol- vent estate of Campbell and Woolley : " 1st.-lor that the MIMI Thomas Woolley, the ,,insplvent, had not made ufull und fair disclosure and iurreuder of his propei ty in possession, rever- se ti and expectaucy. 2nd-1 lint the said in- solvent contracted debts without in faet intending to pny, or having had at the time any reiisonuhlc or probable expectation of being able to pay the sume. 3rd.-That the said insolvent being at the time indebted, unjustifiably made uwny or disposed of otherwise than bona Jide, and for a valuable consideration, his property, or some part thereof. 4th-That the said insolvent in contemplation of insolvency or knowing himself to be insolvent, i gave to a crediton or creditors, a frudulent o...
POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
POST OFFICE. LIST of letters detained at this Office for sea-postage, due under the Act of the Governor and Council 2nd Victoria, No. 17, and which must be paid before the letters can be forwarded. Cannan, the Widow, Co, Tipperary. Convicts, Comptroller General of, V. D, L. Gregg, Richard, Co. Donegal, Ireland. Goldstrong, George, Launceston, V. D. L, Jones, Thos. Hobarton, V. D. L. Kelly, Patt, Piper River, V. D. L. Primrose, Rev. W., Aberdeen, Scotland. S. J. USSHER, Acting Postmaster. June 30, 1846.
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. JULY 11, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND REGULAR DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
PRICE. CURRENT, MELBOURNE. JULY 11, 1846. 1MPORT8. IN EXTENSIVO AND REOULAR DEMAND. £ s. à Rum,B.P.,10o.pt .gallon 0 6 i Brandy, Martell's, w ......7*.to 0 8- ' Ale, in bottle, Dunbar's .dozen 0 10 i Aiuopp's, " .;. 0 11 Other brand$. " OU Aie in bulk. Bass .hogshead None Alsopp's.f Non« Other brands. 5 0 Stout in bottle. ' Dunbar's .doten 0 10 Otherbrands. 0 11 Stout in bulk. Taylor's ..hogshead None None Otherbrands Tea, Hysonsltin.4... chest 4 4 CoHT . " 5 10 Rice, good ordinary. O n Salt, Liverpool,coarte,ton ...... 3 10 Sugar, Ration, Mauritius .ton 22 0 Manilla.f) 21 0 Java." 21 0 i --;-;-~^~ I Barret's..,t.lb Oil Otherbrands.r. " O O 11 Cigars, in bondi Manilla, No. 3 . 1000 3 lo 0 " 4. 2 5 0 Woolpacks, hemp .....euch 0 4 9 Sachs, 3 bushels, .'" 0 * ° Gunny Bags . 0 0 9 TOM».lb. 0 14 Hemp,." 0 1 8 Iron, rod and bur,. ton 14 0 0 Deals, 9 inch.......foot O' 0 7j" ,. 11 " . " 0 0 9 Window glass, aesoi ted.. ..100ft, aver. 2 15 0 i IN CONSIDERADLE DEMAND. Geneva, in bottle, duty ...
SUPREME COURT. THIRD TERM, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
SUPREME COURT. THIRD TERM, 1846. The Third Term commences on Monday, the I 20t/i of July, and ends on Friday, the 14th of August, 1846. MOTION DAYS.-Monday, 20th July ; Satur- day, 25lh; Tuesday, 28t/i ; Saturday, 1st August; i Tuesday, 4th; Saturday, üth; Tuesday, 11th; and Friday, 14th. UNDEFENDED CAUSES.-Tuesday, 21st July. All undefended causes to bo set down for this day, provided the defendants' time for pleading shall have expired in sufficient time for that pwpose and if such time shall not have expired, then such cause may be set down for any day appointed for the trial of defended causes, before a jury of jour special jw ors. CAUSES TO BE TRIED BY A JURY OF FOUR SPECIAL Junons.- Wednesday, 22tid July ; Fri- day, 24th; Monday, 27th ; Wednesday, 29th ; ana Friday, 3hi. , CAUSES TO HE TRIED BY A JURY OF TWELVI PERSONS.-Monday, 3rd August; Wednesday 5th ; Friday, 1th ; Monday, 10t/i ; and Wednes day, 12th. All common jury causes to beset down for th 3rd and ôth August, the 1th...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th May, 1846. Rewards for the Discovery of Illicit Distillation. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th May, 1846. Rewards for the Discovery of Illicit Distillation. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the following Rules shall be established m rewarding persons who either directly or indirectly may give information to any Inspector of Distilleries or other oftcer of Government, leading to the seizure of an un- licensed Still in any purt of the Colony, or infor mntion leading to the conviction of any person engaged either as a principal or authorised Agent m any Licensed Distillery or Rectifying Estab hshment, of any offence against the Laws which exist for their regulation, or to the diseovery of any pructices in or connected with such Lstab hshment by which the revenue is defrauded 1 -The Reward to be paid will be a sum never exceeding lifty Pound», to be determined by the Governoi according to the circumstances of each case, and the value of the seizure 2 -The person on whose information the sei zure is made, is the o...
Criminal Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Criminal Sessions. IT is ordered that a Criminal Sessions and General Gaol Delivery of the Supreme Court of New South Wales for the district of Port Phillip, be holden at the Court-house, La Trobe-street, in the town of Melbourne, on Tues- day, the fourteenth day of July next, at which all parties concerned are requested to give their attendance. Dated this 30th day of June, A.D., 1846. WILLIAM ¿'BECKETT, Resident Judge.
Tenders required for the supply of Provisions, &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Tenders required for the supply of Provisions, A.c., dec. THE present contractor for furnishing sup- plies of provisions, forage, &c. for the es- tablishments of thcColonial Government at Mel- bourne, Geelong, and Mount Rouse, with the other places attucl ed to these divisions, h iving, according to agreement, given three months no- tice that his contract will cease on the 30th of September next, notice is hereby given that ten- ders will be received atthis olhce until 12 o'clock on Saturdty, the 15th day of August next, for furnishing the required supplies for the period from the 1st October to the 31st December, 1816, botli days inclusive The particulars of the Supplies, and the condi- tions relating to them, ure specified in the notice from this olhce, dated 24th of September, 1845, and published in the Port Phillip Government Gazette. Any further information can be ob- tained at the Sub 1 rcasury. The tenders are to be sealed, and endorsed " Tender for Pronsions," and to...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th June, 1846. CROWN LANDS OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th June, 1846. CROWN LANDS OCCUPATION. HIS Excellency the Governor, with the ad- vice of the Lxecutive Council, directsit to le notified for ^jncral information, that licenses for the occupation of Crown Lands beyond the boundaries of location, during the year commenc- ing on the 1st July, 1846, will be issued on the same terms as those on which licenses were issued for the yeur ending on the 30th instant, which terms are laid down in the notice from this office, dated 10th July, 1845, which is herewith «pub- lished for more convenient reference. 2. On or before the 30ih September next, a sepamte license must be taken out for each station or run, which is returned as a separate station in the last half j early return made by the Crown Commissioner of the District, and the price of each run will in hie manner be reguluted by such return, on the principle emdodied in the second paiagrnph of the notice above referred to. 3. I he Governor, with the...
Superintendent's Office,, Melbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Superinterdent's Office,, Mdbourne, May 12th, 1846. Occupation licenses. NOTICE is hereby given that the under- mentioned Lit, advertised to be re-let by Auction,, on the> Í7th instant, by the notice dated 21st April, 1816, has been withdrawn from I the sale : T t oofi )] County-Grant ; Situation Lo' *MI»\71S. (. -Duneed; No. of Acres May, 1845, V _g56 P^9ent occupier J M> J -Henry Miller. C. J. LA TROBE. Port Master's Office, ! Sydney, 4th June, 1846. IT being necessaiy to remove the Floating Light Vessel from the Sow and Pigs for some tem- porary repair,her place will be supplied in the in- terim by a sloop whbh will show two lights, one over the other, as neJrly similar to those shewn by the Light Vessel as circumstances will admit of. I MERION MORIARTY, Port-master.
Clerk of Work's Office, Melbourne, 8th July, 1846. TENDERS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Clerk of Work's Office, Melbourne, 8th J uly, 1846. TENDERS REQUIRED. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock, at noon, on Thursday, the 16th ins t., from . persons willing to tender for the supply of the un . dermentioned articles, for the Government service at Melbourne, viz. : Cloth caps Cavalry cloaks Ditto boots Patent leather stocks Brass numbers Spurs Sword belts Saddle cloths Blankets, Sec. The .tenders to be endorsed, on the left hand «omer, " Tenders for Supplies for the Native Police," and placed in the tender box at the west entrance of the new Government Offices. AU information may be obtained by applica- tion at the Clerk of Works' Office, any day be- tween the hours of ten o'clock, a.m., and one o'clock, n.m. By order pf his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Work».
Government Notice. The Chief Protector of Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Government Notice. The Chief Protector of Aborigines. AS no intelligence of the above officer, whe- ther official or otherwise, has been received at this office, since the time of his departure from Melbourne, ostensibly on one of his periodical visit to the tribes within the Port Phillip district, some time about the 24th of March last, the Su- perintendent would feel himself indebted to any resident of the District who would intimate, by a communication addressed to this office, where the above officer may have been recently seen, and what he proposed doing. This inquiry is made for considerations wholly unconnected with any fears respecting the Chief Protector's personal safety, of which, wherever he may be, no reasonable doubt whatsoever is entertained. C. J. LA TROBE. Superintendent's Office, I 1st July, 1846.
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sin,-Believing that your columns are at nil times open to the exposure of abuses 1 beg to sub- mit my case to you, trusting that you will give it insertion in your widely circulated journal; al the same time I will endeavour to occupy as little of your valuable space as possible .--I arrived here about three weeks ago in the Lleanoi Lan- caster, from London 1 have delivered the whole of my outward cur,jo, and tuken in a quantity of goods for Sydney Hie whole of this cargo was shipped, m fact ul! on boaid the ship, excepting a few bales of hiy thntvicie ina lighter in the river on her way to the ship. 1 applied at the Cus» tom-house this morning for the purpose of obtain- ing my clenrunee, but I was told that I could not get it, not because of not having complied with their forms, but because the Custom house part of the woik was in arrear. I passed the greater part of the daj at the Custom-hou=e, endeavour- ing to get my clearance, but without s...
PORT PHILLIP SEPARATION. [FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 3, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
PORT PHILLIP SEPARATION. [FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 3, 1846. HAVING been favoured with the sight of a copy of the minutes of evidence, taken before the Executive Council, relative to a petition from the Members of the Legislative Council repre- senting the District of Port Phillip, praying for the erection of that district into a separate and independent colony, I have judged it expedient to lay before you a few extracts from those mi- nutes. The witnesses examined were Charles Nicholson, Esq., M.C., (the present Speaker of the Legislative Council,) Joseph Phelps Robin- son, Esq., M.C., the Rev. John Dunmore Lang, M.C., Thomas Walker, Esq., and W. Lithgow, Esq., (the Auditor-General.) On reference to the evidence given by the first-named witness, which was taken on the 22nd December last, for the purpose of obtaining information as to the results of the existing union, and the probable consequences of the proposed separation of the northern and southern divisions ...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Domestic Intelligence GOVERNMENT WOKS. - Yesterday's Government Gazette contains notices from the offices of the Superintendent of Bridges and Clerk of Works respectively, calling for tenders for the following purposes, viz.-the supply of timber for the centering of the Prince's Bridge ; for the making and metalling of Flinders-street, from Queen-street to Elizabeth-street; for the entire of &nbsp; the Artificers' work of the Lunatic Asylum; and for the supply of clothing, &c, for the Native Police. THE ORANGE INSTITUTION-We per- ceive by a notice which appears in our adver- tising columns that the brethren of the Loyal Orange Institution of Australia Felix, have made arrangements for the celebration of their annual festival at the Pastoral Hotel, Queen street, on Monday next, the 13th instant, the 12th, the anniversary duj, falling on the Sab- bath. The preparations on this occasion are, we understand, on an unusually extensive scale, the number of brethren who prop...
THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
THE TOWN COUNCIL. A meeting of the Town Council is ap- &nbsp; pointed to be held on Monday next for the transaction of the following busi- ness :- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ORDERS OF THE DAY. &nbsp; 1. To further consider and determine upon the Draft of " A Bill to explain and amend the laws &nbsp; relating to the Corporation of the Town of Mel- bourne," as prepared by the Legislative Com mttee, together with such additional clauses as may be proposed by individual Members of the Council. 2. To consider and determine upon a report from the Legislative Committee, recommending for the approval of the Council I. The draft of a petition to the Legislative Coun- cil on the unnecessary delny which has oc- curred in the erection of the various buildings in the Town of Melbourne, for which the money was voted during the last session of Council :- Police Office, £824; Powder Ma- gazine, £2,000; Lunatic Asylum, £1000. II. The draft of ...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 3, 1846 [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 3, 1846 To-nAY fthere were published two memoranda plnced on record in the office of the Colonial Secretary, dated 25th June, 1846, and signed hy Sir George Gipps. The first had reference to the claim set forth in a resolution of the Legislative Council, on the 11 tlî June, 1846, to the effect, that subject to the three schedules A. Bvánd C, till taxes, rales, duties, and imposts levied in the Colony, should be appropriated by the Governor and Legislative Council, and in no other manner. The memorandum contains ton clauses, in which his Excellency records his dissent from the said claim, on several grounds, and to tin« memoran- dum is attached a copy of a despatch from his Excellency to Lord Stunley, dated 3rd February, 1845, relative to this' subject. The second me- morandum is intended to place on record the words, used hy his Excellency, as for us he could recollect then?, which he uddrcssed to the Speaker ol'the L...
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies^ and Vice-Admiral of the sume, &c. &.C. WHEKEAS by a certain Act of the Impe- rial Parliament of Great Britain and Ire- land, passed in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of her most gracious Mujesfy Queen Victo- ria, intituled, " An Act for the government of New South Wales and Van Diemtn's Land," it was amongst other things enacted that it should be lawful tor the Governor of New South Wales to piorogue the Legislative Council thereof from time to time, and dissolve tilt same, by proclama- tion or otherwise, whenever he should deem it expedient; and whereas it is expedient to pro rogue the said Legislative Council for the period hereimlter mentioned Now, I, Sir George Gipjs, Knight, the Governor aforesaid, do here- by, in pursuance of the power and authority so in me vested, prorogue the saul Legislative Counci...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (HOUSE OF LORDS, MARCH 4, 1846.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (HOUSE OF LORDS, MARCH 4, 1846.) SPEECHES of the Marquis of Lansdowne and Lord Stanley on the subject of the transportation of Convicts to Van Die men's Land. MARQUIS OF LANSDOWNU'S SPEECH. The Marquis of Lansdowne rose ac- cording to notice to present a petition from the inhabitants of a colony, well &nbsp; known by reputation, Van Diemen's Land. Instead of reading the petition, which was lengthy, he would shortly state its principal points. The petition- ers, then, set forth that, having been en- couraged to emigrate to the colony in question in the hope that as increase in the number of convicts sent there would take place-that no greater number, in fact, would be sent than might be useful in the colony, they objected to such an increase in the importation of convicts as had taken place, as one which would change the whole face of society in the island. The petitioners stated that the progress of improvement and the exten- sion of commerce had been arre...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 10 July 1846
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. July 9- Wave, schooner, 66 tons, Birken- shaw, master, from Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Tighe and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Moody, Mr. R. M'Lean. July 9-Mary, cutter, Brush, master, from &nbsp; Circular Head. Passengers-Thomas King, W. Spencer, P. M'Carthy, J. Kinaly. &nbsp; CLEARED OUT. &nbsp; July 7.-Joseph Cripps, schooner, Martin, master, for Port Albert. July 8.-Eleanor Lancaster, barque, Lodge, master, for Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and two children, Messrs. Young, Kitson, Plomer and Campbell ; steerage, Messrs. W. Waghorn and John Sexton. 'July 9-Lillias', schooner, 89 tons, Smith; master, for Hobart Town, via Geelong. Passen gers- Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer, and Mrs. Smith for Hobart Town ; Mr. and Mrs. Williams, for Geelong. SAILED. July 8.-Caledonia, for Sydney, July 9-Henry, schooner, for Circular Head in ballast. June 9.-Eleanor Lancaster, for Sydney. IMPORTS. July 6.-Lillias, from Hobart Town, ,14 cases &nbsp; &...