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Tendrs required for the supply [?] Provisions, &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
'Senara required for the supply tf Provisions! ¿i.e., dec. TH present contractor for furnishing sup pos of provisions, forage, &c. for the es tablüiRntsof the Colonial Government at Mel bourne,Gtelong, and Mount House, with the other pices attachod to these divisions, having, nccordiç to agreement, given three months no- tice tha his contract will cease on the 30th of Septenvr next, notice is hereby given that ten- del s wi be received at this oihec until 12 o'clock on Satuluy, the 15th day of August next, toi furnishig the required supplies for the period from th 1st October to the 31st December, 1846, both dui inclusive. 1 he ^rticulars of the Supplies, and the condi- tions rating to them, ure specified in the notice from th oflice, duted 24th of September, 1845, and pulished in the Port Phillip Government Gazette Any further information can be ob- tained athebub lreasury. 1 ho tadus are to be sealed, and endorsed " lendejfoi Provisions," and to be deposited in tin. box ar...
Public Works Office, Melbourne, 22nd July, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
Public Wofts Office, Melbourne, 22nd July, 1846. Tenders Required. nriNDERS will be received until 12 o'clock, M at noon, on Ihursday, the 2nd August next, rom persons willing to contract for certain repai to Public Building, in Melbourne lepers to be endorsed, on the left hand conn "Tender for repairs to Public Build- ings, and placed in the tendei box at the west ; entwje of the new Government Offices I TI specifications may be seen and all infor matu obtained by applying at the above office, betw n the hours o i 10 o clock, a m , and 1 o'elo :, p m B; irder of his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Works.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
, ' JOB PRINTING. TM* PUBUC ATtE RESPECTFULLY INFOIIMID, THAT | i5ob ilvtnttng OF ALL KINDS, . / WILL BK EXECUTED IT THB MBZiBOVllKB ARGUS OFFICE, WHk neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his -printing ofBOOK-WORK, the whole of Ms typo Jar that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourn»,
Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 22nd July, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
Public Works' Office, Melbourne, 22nd July, 1846. Tenders Required. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock at noon, on Thursday, the 9th Aueus't next, from persons willing ^contract forcS artificers work connected with the erection of MelboUuPrtendentS COtt°«e' b°'-° ^ Tenders to be endorsed, on the left hand corner, »Tender for Superintendent's CottZ Do tomo Gardens," and placed in the tender box Offices. entranC° °f the new Government I The plans and specifications may be seen and fall.nfor.nat.on obta.ned by applying to the above l Äckern.1110 h0UrS °f l¿ ^ -X By order of his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN, Clerk of Works.
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Cornwall Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Cornwall Chronicle.) Sir Gordon Bremer was expected to embark on bonrd the Carysfort (26) to assume the Go- vernment (Civil Commandantship) of Nouh Australia. ' ' '-»^ It is believed that tis soon as the Corn Bill is passed and Í3 in operation, Lord Stanley will re- turn to the administration and succeed Lord Ellenborough at the Admiralty, who will go out, nt his own request, to St. Petersburgh ; he is said to have only taken the Admiralty us a warming pan to Lord Stanley. Parliament is not expected to sit over the month of June, and then to be dissolved, so that all may be over before harvest. The Duke of Wellington, it is rumoured, will certainly quit public life so soon as the Corn L»w 13ill lias passed ; Prince Albert will succeed him at the almost unanimous request of the army. He will certainly be a popular commandeciu chief, having no connexions to bias him. There is every probability that the squatting question will be decided by sending a commis...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Our news from Van Diemen's Land ex- tends to the 16th instant. The Legislative Council was still sit- ting, and, as we anticipated, the suicidal Differential Duties'Actjliad become the law of the land. The Bastard Municipal Bill -proposing the appointment of Commis- sioners for lighting, paving, and cleans- ing the City of Hobart Town, which the former Council rejected, was again intro- duced, and will doubtless be passed, at least we expect as much from men taking office under such circumstances as the present now official members of the Legis- lative Council have done. A great variety of changes had taken place, consequent upon the appointment of Mr. Price, to the office of Civil Com- mandant of Norfolk Island. Thomas Mason, Esq., better known ¡as Mr. Muster Master Mason, was appointed Police Ma- gistrate at Hobart Town, being succeeded at New Norfolk by the Lieutenant Gover- nor's son, Augustus Hillier Eardtry Wilmot, Esq., who was succeeded in his office as Pr...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. July 14. - Ellen and Elizabeth, schooner, War- ens, master, from Portland and Port Fairy. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs. Warren, Messrs. S. Alexander, N. McKennon, T. Sandy, J. Kohe ian, W. Cleave, Jane Kenny, and Jane Car- penter. James Cain, agent. July 25. - William, cutter, Barker, master, from Launceston. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. Courtier. July 25. - Diana, cutter, Chapman, master, from Western Port. July 27. -Captain Ross, barque, 310 tons, William McArthur, master, from Glasgow 27th February, Gourock Bay 6th March, Rothesay Bay 7th March, and Madeira 3rd April. Pas- sengers - Mr. Charles Black, Mr. John Porter and servant. A barque in sight at sunset. &nbsp; CLEARED OUT. July 24.-David, schooner, Bowden, master, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Mrs. Bowden and child. July 25.-Souvenir, schooner, Jennings, mas- ter, for Launceston. Passengers-Messrs. Dal- gety, Bowles, and Rhodes. 'r SAILED. July 26.-David, for Hobart Town. July 26.-Souvenir, for L...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th May, 1846. Re[?]ards for the Discovery of Illicit Distillation. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
Coloninl Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th May, 1846. X&ejrards for the Discovery of Illicit Distillation. IIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the following Rules shallbe established in rewarding persons who eithedirectly or indirectly may give information to an Inspector of Distilleries or other officer of Goveament, leading to the sei7ure of an un Iicenjd Still in any part of the Colony, or ínfor matia leading to the conviction of any person engaal either as a principal or authorised Ag*nt in au Licensed Distillery or Rectifying Lstab lishmlt, of any offence against the Laws which exist lr their regulation, or to the discovery of any jkctiees in or connected with such Lstab lishmit by which the revenue is defrauded. 1.-4 lie Reward to be paid will be a sum never exceeaig Tifty Pounds, to be determined by the Goverbr according to the circumstances of each case, ad the value of the seizure. 2.-[lie person on whose information the sei zuie i made, is the...
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. July 27, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND REGULAR DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. July 27, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND UEGUXAIl DEMAND. Rum, B. P., 10 o. p, .gallon Brandy, Martell's) " .7j. to Ale, in bottle. Dunbar't.dozen Allsopp's, ". Other brands. t|l Ale in bulk, Ba3s ..hogshead None Alsopp's . " None Other brands. " 5 0 0 Stout in bottle, Dunbar's.,.dozen 0 IO 6 Otherbrands." 0 11 6 Stout in bulk. Taylor's .hogshead Ntme Otherbrands. " None Tea, Hysonskin. chest 4 4 0 Congou . " 5 10 0 Rice, good ordinary...,., 0 0 2 ¡Salt, Liverpool, coarse, ton. 3 10 0 Sugar, Ration. Mauritius .,trt .,24 0 0 Manilla..,..,i ,22,JO 0 Jota." 21 0.0 Barret'«. lb Oil, ' Other brands. " 0 0 11 , Cigar«, in bond. Manilla, No. 3 . 1000 3 15 0 " 4. " 2 5 0 Woolpacks, hemp .each 0 4 9 Sacks, 3 bushels, .'" 0 * 0 Gunny Bags . 0 0 9 Tow, .4.lb. 0 14 Hemp, ., 0 1 8 Iron, rod and bar,. ton 14 0 0 Dea/i,9i»cli ..foot 0 0 71j ,. 11 ,. 0 0 9 H/iiidoiugia«, as5ori8d....l00/t,«wr. 2 16 0 IN CONSIOEUADLE DFMAND. Geneva, in bottle, duty patd, first quality, Agal...
SUPREME COURT. THIRD TERM, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
SUPREME COUR.T. THIRD TERM, 1846. The Third Term commences on Monday, the 20th of Jvl>it and endfi on Friday, the 14th of August, 1846. Motion Days.-Monday, 20th July ; Satur- day, 26th ; Tuesday, 28th ; Saturday, 1st August; Tuesday, 4th; Saturday, 3th; Tuesday, llift; and Friday, \4th. UNW-rusnED Causes.-Tuesday, 21st July. AU undefended causes to be set down for this day, provided the defendants' time for pleading shall have expired in sufficient time for that purpose and if such time shall not have expired, then such cause may lie set down for any day appointed for the trial of defended causes, before a jury of jour special jurors, CaUSE3 TO DE TniPD HY A JURY OF FOUR Special Juhoiis.- Wednesday, 22nd July ; Fri- day, 24th ; Monday, 27th ; Wednesday, 29th ; onti Friday, 31st. Causes to nE tkitd by a Jury of twelve persons.-Monday, 3rd August; Wednesday, 5th ; Friday, 7ih ; Monday, 10th ; and Wednes- day, \2th. All common jury causes to he set down for the 3rd and 5th August, ...
Clerk of Work's Office, Melbourne, 8th July, 1846. TENDERS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
Clerk of Work's Office, &nbsp; Melbourne, 8th July, 1846. TENDERS REQUIRED. TENDERS will be received until 12 o'clock, noon, on Thursday, the 30th inst, from &nbsp; from persons willing to contract for the entire of the Artificers' Works connected with the erection of the Lunatic Asylum near Melbourne. Tenders to be endorsed, on the left hand cor- ner, 'Tender for Lunatic Asylum," and placed in the Tender box at the west entrance of the new Government offices. The plans, specifications, form of tender, and of security for the strict performance of the works assets and forth, and all information obtained, by ap- plying to the Clerk of Works' Office, on and af- ter Monduy next, the 13th instant, between the hours of ten o'clock, a.m , and one o'clock p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; By order of his Honor the Superintendent, HENRY GINN,. Clerk of Works.
NATIONAL CLUB. Established June 17, 1845, in support of the Protestant Principles of the Constitution, and for Raising the Moral and Social Condition of the People. GENERAL OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
NATIONAL CLUB. Established June 17, 1845) in support of the Protestant Principles of the Constitution, and for Raising the Moral and Social Condition of the People. GENERAL OBJECTS. I. To maintain the Protestant prin- ciples of the Constitution in the adminis tration of public affairs. II. To uphold a system of National Education based on Scripture and con- ducted by the ministers of religion. III. To preserve the Church of Eng- land and Ireland in its truth and in- tegrity. IV. To use every effort that the go- vernment of Ireland may be conducted according to the principles of the British constitution ; and for the establishment, in Ireland, of civil and religious liberty. V. To endeavour by every means in their power to raise the social condition of the people. VI. To communicate with all who hold these principles, and to diffuse them, by forming local associations for these purposes, and by presenting in the metropolis a central place, where all who hold the same views may meet, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
For launceston Direct. T ["UIE cutter "WILLIAM," 32 tons, Thomas Barker, master, will hnve quick despatch i to the above port. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board ; or to EDWARD SAYCE, Flour Store, Bourkc-street. ONE POUND REWARD. LOST, A DUN-COLORED FILLY", 2 years old. rising 3y branded No. 2 on the neck, off side. The above filly is supposed to have strayed from Kalkallo Pound about ten weeks since, and was last seen near the Deep Creek. Whoever will give such information os m ay lead to her reco- very, will receive the above reward on applica- tion to, Mr. G.Taylor, Bakers'Arms, or to Mr. Budd, Kinlochewe. July 27, 1846. Quarrymen and Stonemasons. SEVERAL good workmen in the above lines, can obtain constant employment by apply- ing any morning before 9 o'clock to G. P. Main, next door to the Pastoral Hotel, Queen-street. PATRICK MAIN. Melbourne, 13th July, IS« FOiTXTX», A HAMMER-HEADED. WHIP. THE owner may recover his property, on ap- plication at this office, ...
In the Insolvent Estate of Edward Moger Lyne Smith, of Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Newspaper Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
In the Insolvent Estate of Edward Moger Lyne Smith, of Melbourne, in the District of Port &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Newspaper Reporter WHEREAS the estate of Edward Moger Lyne Smith, of Melbourne, in the Dis- trict of Port Phillip, and Colony of New South Wale, Newspaper Reporter, was, on the twenty- seventh day of July, one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, placed under sequestration in my &nbsp; &nbsp; hands, by order of his Honor Mr. Justice a'Beckett, Resident Judge of the Supreme Court, for the District and Colony aforesaid, and who, also, by further order, under his hand, did ap- point Archibald M'Lachlan, of Melbourne, one of the Official Assignees of Insolvent Estates for the District of Port Phillip, to be the Official Assignee of this estate I hereby appoint a meeting of the creditors of the said Edward Moger Lyne Smith to be holden before me, at my office, Supreme Court House, Latrobe street,...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sir-Not the least amusing feature in the poll tical warfare occasioned by the late Orange Ban- quet, is the manner in which the Herald has been compelled to drum together the wise men of its literary Gotham. Great have been their endeavours to bolster up the labored he that the Orangemen were the ag- gressors-efforts rendered futile, alas, by the un- intentional candour which admitted that they " could not afford to enquire '" How very sig- nificant ' It is really much to be regretted that the Editor did not proceed to enlighten the public as to the precise " figure" at which ue " could af- ford" to tell the truth. Last Tuesday's Heiaid contained what was in- tended for a prodigious discharge from both their heavy artillery and small arms. Old Circular Head and "Tiny Ted," the Reporthur-resem- bling the old Dromedary with a Monkey perched on its back, which used to perambulate the streets of London. Seriously, Mr. Lditor, I fear old Sir Obstinat...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 26th May, 1846. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
PORT PHILLIP -aOVEKMMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office, « Sydney, 26th May, 184b. IMMIGRATION. WHEREAS under the system of Bounty Emigration which continued in operation .until the end of the year 1841, many married couples are represented to have emigrated to this colony without their children, in consequence of their inability to pay the sums demanded, in ad- dition to the Government Bounties, for the pas- sages of such children and whereas it has been deemed expedient to afford to such children, out of the Public Funds, the means oi rejoining tbeir parents -Notice is hereby given, thal apphca tion for free passages for his or her children will be received from any Bounty Immigrant who lett Great Britain ou or before the 7th day of January, 1842,* provided that such Immigrant was pro duced before, and passed by, the Immigration Board either at Sydney or Melbourne, as one of s married couple. i be applications arc to be addressed to the Agent for Immigration, at Sydney, or t...
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c. IN pursuance of the authority in me vested hy a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament in Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 6th year of her Majesty's reign, intituled, " An Act for regulating the sale of Waste Lands be- longing to the Crown in the Australian Colonies ;" I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 12th day of August next, the following Town and Suburban Lots of Land will be offered for Sale, by Public Auction, at the Auction Room of Mr. George Sinclair Brodie, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the pro- visions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) TOWN LOTS. 1. North Geelong, 2r. Two roods, allotment No. 15 of section 24....
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 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 same, &c. &c. WHEREAS by a certain Act of the Impe- i rial Parliament of Great Britain and Ire- land, passed in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of her most gracious Majesty Queen Victo- ria, intituled, " An Act for the government of New South Wales and Van Diemeu's Land," it was amongst other things enacted that it should be lawful tor the Governor of New South Wales to prorogue the Legislative Council thereof from time to time, and dissolve the 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 hereinafter mentioned : Now, I, Sir George Gipps, Knight, the Governor aforesaid, do here- by, in pursuance of the power and authority so in me vested, prorogue the said Legislative C...
THE ORANGE INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 28 July 1846
THE ORANGE INSTITUTION. It is a sad mistake in the organs of the 'Popish faction to imagine that any effort at blackening the Orange Institution will have the effect of blinding the Protestant inhabitants of this community to the ex- treme atrocity of the late Ribbon attempt at a general massacre, or that it will even have the effect of making men who are in the habit of thinking for themselves, and allowing other people to do the same, consider the outrage as in any degree ex- cusable. People ata distance may be led away by specious pretexts and plausible excuses, but on tne spot, and with the events occurring under their eyes, the shock is too rough a one not to startle both English and Scotch into the exercise of their own judgments-and that point attained, there can be but one result where, comparatively speaking, on one side all has been forbearance, aud on the other all outrage. In the whole of the many inquiries that reach us as to the nature and objects of an Institution, wh...