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Extra Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Extra Stock:. Stallions. j No. 3 — Cart breed, the judges certificate to lit I Willliam Thornell. j Mares. . . 1 No. I. -.The judges certificate to Mr. James Alls I lanachan. - I Colts. I No. 1 ? bl. to Mr. David Gibson; No. 2, belonging!!] same person, possessing great merit. .1 Fillies. j No. 1.—2J., to Mr. David Gibson. [

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

The Bank of Australia ? By the last account* till shares of this bank were advancing in price in the Wm don market ? The £40 share was up to £50 per cent! premium.— H. T. Advertiser. . : . ^; 1 The Hobarjt Town land sale which' took place «? Saturday last was well attended. '&7;&6$$1cres *n| sold and realized -£14,710 18s, being Briatrerageaf )*?? 8d. per acre. 68a .lr 25p of township landt were »-? £725. Several lots were withdrawn on the dayof «*? An extract from Major Retail's report of the ,Nt-| Norfolk Bridge ? I have the gratification W slate «*? this work, which from its being the first briAgejwSm over the Def went, is an enterprisipg act reflectin^l dit upon a company, Jias been completed, to niy**?™^! tion and according, to the intent and meaning QWm Act and Plans and in my opinion is executed in a nn»B ner highly creditable to the Contractor.' ?? * ' ? Steam Boat ? A small iron steam boat upon *jl Archimedean principle has been landed at George ^''M from th...

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Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Cattle. I Cows. I No. 1 ? The judges certificate to- Mr. James Mat' I lanachan. I Heifers. . . . I No. 1.— 2/., to Mr. Andrew Mitchell. j ' Steers. I No. 1.—41., to Mr. David Gibson. I Sheep not worthy of merit. ? 1

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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

fLmmweton Sfitppftg Htst ARRIVALS. Oetoper 2:^~Brip Fox, 163 tons, Lowe, master, from AdelaHe;;J. Griffiths, agent 40 head cattle, JO tuns oil, 20 bags wheat, 3. Griffiths. Passengers,— Mr. 'and Mrs Cox, child and -servant, Dr. Sutherland. ? Octdber 2.— Brig. Henry, 107 tons, Grainger, master, from. Port Phillip; .Fisher, agent 17 head cattle, Tregurthaj'l horse, 1 cask sundries, Allan. Passengers, Messrs. Allan, Anderson, Henrick, Tregurtha, White, Dr tfigh, Captain Foreman. October 2 ? Schooner Lowcstofl, 114 tons, Irvine, master, from Port Phillip; Fisher, agent. In ballast. Passenger,— Mr. Neil. . October. 2 — Schooner Blossom. 44 tons, Baldwin, master, from Flinder'-s Island. ? Sundries, ex wreck City of Edinboroiigh Castle. October 4,— Schooner Witt Watch, 63 tons, Harding, master from Port Phillip; Fisher, agent 120 sheep, 4 bars iron, order. Passengers. — Mr. and Mrs. Nathan, Mrs. Solomon, ;Mr. Willis, M. Ryan, wife and two children. October 5.— Schooner Edward, 60 tons, Row...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

FOR XOKOON. jjt1', THE well-known first class brig HA L £«^k. MILTON, '250 tons, Captain Brad !.^M& bury, is now taking in her dead weight f^SCSSv?1 tne fisheries, and; will return hereto [fill Up ab&ut the 1st October, . F ForCteghtSf wool only, or passage, apply to ' -?i '.'?'. CONA'OLLY & Co.,-- , I - ,:. ? * * OF ? f ,- . HENTY & Co. Launceston, Sept. 1841. rOS LONDON. _£*_. THE fine A 1, brig ST. GEORGE, ^firafl 158 tons; register, James Wilson, :^|T-§8j®JL commander, having nearly all her dead ?gpllgffiTvpipht on hoard, lias room for a few a^g^Sbales of wool only. For freight of which., or passage,, early application is necessary either to the Captain on board, to HENTY & CO. OR TO, CONNOLLY & CO Sept. 21. FO» BAT AVI A. ?? ££§3: THE Fine Ship ARABIAN LJ£l3?isi Captain Gardiner, will sail for the above Eft TwKgS Port, on or about the 10th of October jSaSSEvnext | For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain Gardiner in board, or to i...

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. JIONDAY, OCTOBER 11. 'y^E: ha^e received : our £les of Port Phillip papers to ' the 1 st October, but through the kind ness of a friend, we have been favoured with a Port Phillip Patriot of the 4th instant. Eng lish Intelligence bad been received to the 17th June, the following summary of which appears in the Journal atoVe alluded to. Ministers, it will be seen, have resolved upon a dissolution of Parliament, and vthe result only will tell whether or not the administration of the affairs of the Country will fall into other hands — 'The news of the Majority against Ministers on Sir Robert Peel's 'want of confidence'! motion is confirmed, but the Ministers were still resolved to cling to office. On the 7th ilune, Lord John Russell announced the course which Ministers had resolved upon, in consequence of the adverse vpte-on Saturday morning. ,They had determined to drop the motion fbtf iijCorn mittee of thc3ibuserpn 'the Corn Law's, feeling that it would neither...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

grtin Mail* To CALCUTTA, by Andromeda, on the 16th October, To PORT PHILLIP, via George Town, on Wednes? day, at ten o'clock. ?MV.' To LONDON, by St. . George, on 23rd October. To LONDON, by Mayflower, via Hobart Town, on 11th October. . . St. Jom; E. Browne, Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

PROS P EOT US . ? jLAUNCESTON ; '- ??v-- Fire ani Iff arlne Insurance Company, CAPITAL £100,000 IN 5000 SHARES OF £20 EACH. ? Provisional Committee : — ; ' MESSRS. A. ANDERSON J. A1KENHEAD M. BATES W.S.BUTTbN T. CORBETT 3. CAMERON J. H. CAMPBELL S. DE LITTLE JAMES DOWN L. W. GILLES . J. W. GEEADOW J.. GRIFFITHS WILLIAMHENTy MESSRS. J. HAMILTON ' (Campbell Town) G.W.S. HORNE H. JENNINGS K.J.KING J. KNIGJ3T P. OAKDEN ,J. PERKINS C. REID. Longford .. JOHN SINCLAIR W. G. WALKER W. WILLIAMSON MR. J. AIKENHEAD, Secretary, pro tern. Fl^HE principles on which Insurance Companies ?*? are established have been tested by lengthened experience ', the public benefits they secure admit of no question, and hardly require to be stated ;' they distribute the pressure of individual loss through fire, or -the casualties of the Sea, so that it ceases to he felt; they augment the confidence of the Merchant by diminishing the risk of trade, and therefore, to decline the advantages they afford, is scarcel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

NOTICE. The Mails from Patterson's Plains and Evandale, ar rive at the Post-office, Launceston, every Saturday and Wednesday, about one o'clock, r. m. ; and are despatched for the above' places every Thursday and Monday at 12 o'clock, a.m., precisely. St. John E. Browne, Postmaster

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THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

! THE QUEEN. I The Proprietor of The British Queen and Statesman presented to Ms subscribers an exquisitely engraved medallion portrait of the Queen. I Her Most Gracious Majesty was born at Kensington Palace on the morning of the 24th of May, 1819. The Duchess of Kent nursed her infant child, and continued p to the womanhood of her illustrious offspring to vince for her the most careful, and lender solicitude. ?he Princess was baptised by the names of Alexatidrina Victoria ; and shortly afterwards made her appearance l puplic tvith her mother at a review in Hyde Park. !'he Prince Regent, however; not appreciating the fa berly pride of the Duke of Kent, asked with an appa entdispleasure, ' Why was not that infant left at home? he is too young to be brought into public.' The l'rin ES9 was not seen in public again during the lifetime of er father, whose decease took place at Woolbrook Cot ige, in Devonshire, very shortly after this occurrence, .he Duke of York, on -his visit of condole...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

:., ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. '::' The Arab sailed on Thursday for Port Nicholson having on board two hundred and two emigrants of the- labouring class and six cabin passengers. This ship having a poop for her cabin -passenger, and a topgallant orecastle tor her crew, the whole of the lower deck, from stem to stern, is exclusively allotted to theemigrants and no ship has yet sailed with such comfortable accom modation. The wind being favourable, the Arab did not bring up at Gravesend ; but every thing being in order, the steam-tug cast her off, and she continued her course down the river. The passengers were in admirable spirits, and cheered heartily as the tug left the ship. The Arab will be immediately succeeded by the Gertrude. —New Zealand Journal. — A letter from Madras says that there is no doubt .that the Golconda transport perished in a typhoon in the China seas; having on board Lieutenant- Colonel Wil liam Isacks, Captain John Bonnor Neeve, twelve other officers, and 355 soldie...

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18. A petition is now in course of signature, for the re-establishment in this Colony, of what was usually called the £30 Court. We ear nestly hope the petitioners may be successful, as the expense now necessarily incurred in the recovery of debts exceeding ten pounds, is fre quently productive of much injustice. Many persons are compelled to sacrifice their legiti mate claims for want of means to prosecute a suit in the Supreme Court, and even those who are not deficient in this respect, are naturally diffident in incurring such enormous expenses, with the prospect of being defeated through the ' glorious uncertainty of the law.' For this reason it frequently happens, that suitors in the Court of Requests, are driven to make consi derable deductions in the accounts justly due to them, in order to bring the debt under . the cognizance of this court, in preference to ap pealing to a higher tribunal. Indeed, there is no recovering of small debts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. The Incoming- Rental of the $ease of Martindale Estate. TO BE SOLD ByTuBLIC AUCTION, ..By MCr. George Eddie, At his Rooms, in Cameron-street, on WEDNESDAY the 20th day of October, at two o'clock precisely, by direction of the Assignee to the estate of Mr. P. L. Lette, an insolvent, . ? :, ? A LL the right, title, s-.ni interest of the above ^i . insolvent ,in the Incoming Rents of the unexpired Lease of four and a-half years, from the 1st day of July. last past, of that valuable estate Martindale, known as part of the Cu'rramore, and let to Mr. : H. 'Stevenson, .consisting of J 100 acres of Land, producing a net income of ,£100 .per annum, payable .half-yearly. .The purchaser to be entitled to receive 'the first pay ment of £60, due on the 1st day of January next. 1 ' ' 'terms ??—' ' ? : ??' A deposit of fifteen per cent on the day of sale, the re mainder of the purchase money, ty an approved en dorsed bill at 3 months. Security will be retained on / the deeds unti...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. , ' Sir,— I would direct1 the attention of our Police Magistrate, (who. ibas, always exhibited a very strong desire to remove every well grounded complaint, whether thus preferred or brought personally under his notice) to several 'nuisances in St John-street, and which 1 observe are also .springing up in other parts of the town. I need scarcely say that 1 -allude ;tb' the '?*'? Temperance Coffee Houses'1 which so far from' being what they pro fess, are receptacles for drunkards, and the' sceues of vilest depravity and debauchery. ; If a strict watch were kept, the police w'oytd find that something stronger than tea, coffee, or lemonade 'may be procured at these dens, and that in fact they are nothing more nor less than sly-grog shops. I have myself frequently witnessed drunken men reeling from them, a circumstance which of itielf ought to cast suspicion upon the purity ofthe water said to be vended at these establishments, 'it is anything bu...

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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

Haunceston gripping 3List ARRIVALS. October 11 ? Schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Sanders master, from Port Phillip ; J . Guillan agent.. S casks tobacco stems, 14 kegs cheese, 2 ditto oatmeal, 1 case saddlery, Guillan Passengers,— J. Ritchie, Esq., Mr. John Ritchie, Mr. Guillan, Captain Mills, Mr. John Mahoney. DEPARTURES. October 11 — Schooner Blossom, 44 tons, Baldwin master, for Hobart Town ; Fisher, agent. 127 bags sugar, 13 ditto ginger, 9 pockets hops, 4 eases stationery ? 2 casks ale, G. Lukin ; 4 bags, ] cask seeds, Willis and Co. ; 3 bundles bags, 3 boxes apparel, i cask pork, 1 bundle curiosities, Webber. October 11. — Brig Fox, 163 tons, Lawe, for Portland Bay and Port Fairy; J. Griffiths, agent. Passengers, Messrs. Sutherland, Allan, and Fagan, William Fenley, John Watson, John Curling. October 12 ? Barque Arabian, 391 tons, Gardner master, for Batavia ; Williams & Co., agents. Part of original cargo from Bristol. October 12. — Brig Henry, 107 tons, Grainger, mas...

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FASHIONS FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

FASHIONS FOR JUNE. Morning Dress,— Blue figured pou de Soie robe, cor sage en Amazone, made quite tight to the shape, and finished in the pelerine style, with fancy silk trimming. Tight sleeve, ornamented with a row of the same kind of trimming below the shoulder, in such a manner as to resemble a hanging mancheron. Drawn bonnet- of white and pink striped eros de Naples, a round shape, the interior and exterior trimmed with roses, and a vio lette of English point lace. Public Promenade Dress ? Emerald green gros de Naples robe ; the corsage high behind, but rather open on the bosom, has the front ornamented with fancy silk trimmings disposed in an Egyptian pattern, and contin ued in the same style down the centre of the skirt, widening as it descends in the form of a broken cone ; a pelerine lappet terminating at the waist in rounded points, and bordered with fancy trimming, completes the ornaments of the corsage ; and folds edged in the same manner, and with considerable spaces bet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

[ . . i ' rO» I.ONDON. ? ? ? ?; 1 ' *« THE' w.ell-knoWn first '.class brig BA-; jJilL Mltfp.Ijr^d-'ion^ Capxaim Brad JtxJgw burv, is now taking in her dead weight ^gg^ at the fisheries, and will return hereto: nirup.a&nU;*ei!ft-tetdber/ : . I .'? '' A ? ' v '?? ; : QQmoLiY&go., ?? ? ' . or . ' . ' ' ! ?''.-?? . . , H$:NT'V&;Cq./ Launceslon, .Sept. '4.841. '.'-. ' '? ?' .. _?? FOB, &OKDOVT. ~- * THE fine A 1, brig $TyQiK-RGE, '^#& 4S8 tons, register, Ui*Es'W.H3ottj J§g$|k .tomtnander,, paving neafJjV all h|r dead iPPJ&w'eigh't on board, has room .for. £ ^w ^^^^pbales pf._wopl *nly- For freight of vhion, or .; passage,, -early application :is necessary eitherto -he-3aptain on board, to ? :.;????.. :V.- 'i-;i.7'vAMx*.;pp-!' ;?/??'?' .--. ; ?? ? OEilTO, ???,..?? . iCQNMOLLY & CO. ? -'Sept. s'i, '!;\;^;'.v ;.'.'.' ;.'.'',!1-,-',.',- ' ,'. ' j -? sijB»- THE fine favorite'^ schooner ML ' J|3^NERVj^i;i# tons, James Faw [ ^tt^i-;^ is .e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

Terms of Sttbscrip'ijlom. V The ' Lwjiceslpn (Jpurier''ytii\ be pubjished every Afoniay^^^^an^fom^^.^tiiat^dayis^ Terms %r.AdyertlBemeQts. ,»; i.' ??JT^tr^ t ^ o ^ .^./iP0St t0 a11 P*''18 °f tne country. It will contain si summary of 'all the irhportoht Notices fo'jfce \ ?'''?' v' rr; ' 2i-£i.- '?? '7 .''' ' ' ? ^^Kp^oifcestbn^aver^ and all advertisement ifttfch do not specify,, gn the (ace pf. them, llie number J £ JSSJ3 iteffinMdS^! ,i^/W^j^«^^/t«*|^^'#V \VJ ' ^.pftimes they are to.be iuserted.wilL be continuea^ [^folbieing Xfartfay. .-....,.. -: -.; ?:.

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

SfltP fttatlfl . To PORT PHILLIP, via George Town, on Wednes day, at ten o'clock. ' To LONDON, by St. George, on 23rd October. To CALCUTTA, by Andromeda, on the 21st October.

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POETRY. WE'LL HAVE MERRY SONGS IN THE WINTRY HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 17 October 1841

POETRY, WE'LL HAVE MERRY SONGS IN THE WINTRY Wp'H have merry song^in the winter hours, ' ' By the crackling yule-log's light ; V - ?? ' .; '?* When the flo w'rs, fade in . Flora's bow'rs, . ;'???, And the sun jjo morels bright. . ?' ? ' For woman's eyes shall serve for skies, . '. A light far dearer shed ; Her ripe lips suit for summer fruit, Her cheeks for its roses ted 1 We'll have merry tales in the winter hours, By the cheering taper's ray, Though sullen clouds and constant show'rs To the night give half the day. At the window-pane let Boreas strain His throat with furious din ; Though his shriek and shout be loud without, Be louder our laugh within. James B&uton.

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