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EXTRACTS FROH THE SYDNEY PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

EXTRACTS FKOM THE SYDNEY PAPERS. Tub Wbatiibb— Tlie roia, «e aie informed from sevtral quarters, has been very general ; it lias ex tended al least as far as Goultiburn, tn the Ne* Connlry, beyond Windsor, to Ilia eastward, and t- Iba Hunter districts. There is every reason lobe. lieve it has olio reached Dalburtt, end ihe couutrj beyond. SrtJKEHSTeKCTS-Ths stretts are leally in a bad coadilion ; it is bail enough for1 liorsss, but for two- - lagged animals no long ue can paint Ihe horrors *-. Ilieir state j wa Here oblirad lo be-oheeled buct warda and . forwards lo the office yesterday in a wheel barrow. Will nobody start a Fly or aaedan chair .' Feoh tub Minnas Gazette- The skipper of the Dalla MmtcnAtiT, who, it will be remembered, walked off from Calcutta wilh 20,O0p dollare, Ilio Cai.cctta Codeieb says, arrived ia the Star at tha Mauritius,, uuder the name of Captain Brotvoe— purchased Ihe blip llABsioiiy for 7009 dollars, and cut his stick for Van Oiewec's Land. Lioht Hoose— I...

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[?] of the Noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

$i-a«cd of tijt IHoou. —no FallMooa— 71)1 sept., 41 Bin. p»»t 0 afferaoon. - Sal'- aglMs I j 'a lag8, gll T j ? 23 I 3 t7 « 0 j r 0 I II 14 I S »»|M'1^

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

feiff^ Q3.iUr nt SLauttftiSUii. 11. M. S. M. Knnday ? 12 IS Wedoeadoy ... 9 SO Mindar ? I 0 Thursday ....3 IS aWaday.... 1 45 Fnd«y ? 4 O Saturday ? 4 45

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

sm* wLnews. W««on(K)J/i»r«iiieiir lleadrrt with Ihe Cutton toutc rrp-.rt xhH wrik. Tht OJHrert of /he Clulom JtWit have traced urn agulasl 1/ie Ciiioniclc cccr u'nce i( exnased tarCr mrutire tuslrm. Since (hot period toe nave had uneh difficulty inproeurlng the ?Cutlom Hint Heporli ; ptpir and ink ha brat 4tme*dcd from ui /or the puyoie of extracting them from the Custom llauu iaoti, («An- U. from Ikt fublieflecoidi) «**« «' hmfitnuihed. The labour uf copying the rtporlt has been intuted upon, trhirhirthire Uketeiu jwoujdrf; but Ml day. after sending four timn (three timrt before twit* DiduDIoih Custom Hove, for (kt Beportt. Mr, Theodore ItattUU was pleated to it}, that there win w- enc ul fht Cuttom Home to give them ; we mjM It hate itnt It-fun tieclcc o'cloci. Oar meticngtr told him he had beet there thrte time$ Before 12, to uhick remark Mr. Thoadore lWi/KI replied, ' that he could not help it.' llkd Mr. Tu*ol«te flaril'lt, cobomcmdeo, to hire espied tb* repoilt iiiuseiv, be cou...

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Launceston Retail Brice Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CURRENT THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

aaunctdtoit- JitUit J3cta Current, ICo'iyiled for the Coweall Chronicle,] JkSU COllRECItO Till! UXt. ? 00— Cotanlal Produce. Imported Coolt. Lt.d. hit' Ala per Mill. « 0 a Me ptr dm. . ?lit J*ark Prr i()n too Br-nr n Mt-ut do. 0 fi * lifer per hint. » 0 0 UoUVe per lb (bu) 0 0 10 JinradHlbJuiO II J-19 C«--«e per lb O I 4 Hl.uuit prr CWl. (00 llam. per do O I 7 ltiM|erfre»l-,!-trll-» 9 9 Sail prr «nn O 0 0 D.t-.o 8«ll f-tr Oo i- » 0 8u«n iicr-dn «? - n Hitnt |,cr lb. » C t J..iJ »?'«»«!. iijur as 0 * Bwsunerlb Ota n.l.Jo.perlb.btgO 0 0 Becfjwlb ' DOT I)iUoperll)(l'»E) 000 Muttimperdo 0 0 0 Dilto per lb (lu.f) 0 OS Poik T-« lb 0 -0 e Hum Mmy Jilld) Oil o V-«| iKrila HOD Uiliu In bund 040 Clicicolite per lb 0 1 0 Hraudy duty paid oil I Che»e ttl lb 0 0 8 DiUi- t» \ma& a i o1 Cu,,.llc. (niouMi) OHIO Gin J«ty l»id o U r, Ilittu (-lip«) 0 0 0 Ililto In bund o 4 0 Em» peroomn » - 8 Tea perehe* » » 0 flmu per buihel Old Ililtii per lb 0 * « O.ln.r.l per lb 0 0 a Tul'^co rfo.(l.o.,a)...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

Co ifir aEttttar. Gib— I have always been of opinion, that the nan who exposes public abuses— who warns the people against impending dangers, losses, and calamities, and at the same time points out reme dies, or suggest, mcaus by which they mny to avoided, arstrrei'not oily the thanks of (he |-ub- lie; but More especially that oflhe Government, I am, however, an ignorant Mariner, and cannot be supposed to%now rnobh of -yonr Celo»l»l Con ?tllmion— 1 therefore brglo enquire fionj.yon who are the Members*' Councillor tannceslon; and lo recommend them immediately to call for a re turn before the Council of all persons fn the Ma: line Department on (Ilia -side llielslanl, shewing their siiuations, salaries, appointments, how,when and where employed. I am induced t» recom mend this measure, hoi only hecaose iheTamar is still onbayed and nnhearbbed, but ir-canee I understand odr I'ort Officer rertlvrsifOOt) per annum as salary, whicli, with rmolunct'is, exceed £1000, and is stationed at Qi...

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Co the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

Co tljc 3£Uitor. Sir,— I have nncb pleasure in acquainting your Headers, that the half pips' of Wine which was so wantonly taken fiom ihe front of my store by prisoner constables, whilst rny clerk was gone for a permit, has been returned to me, after en absence of seven months. Asthissetture was the original rause of the foolish' convictions, Bad much unpleasant cor respondence between myself and the Govern ment, ilahewa the evil that results by employing prisoners of the crown as constables and revenue .officers— for had these men the least spark of honest; tui] respectability about them, tlity would have enqitired'of trie If IWapertnit f* the removal of the Wine, instead of clandestinely driving it away from ray door In the manner they old ;bntwliat will not snch men do, and whit will they not swear in matters where their own interest Is concerned, and where they have sncli extraordinary power and domiulou over Ihe free part of the Community. Your's truly, J.W. BEIA. September 8, ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

Cam fKarSct. Tlie Wheat Mukrl tnay be rjnolrd B thad-- lilglier ibu wi-clt then la-i, Ri'Cpiii acco'.uiit Imm Mdney Hate n-ry tint'arniabljr of ilie .ncl: rropi. Tim Inn; ilr.mj bl I at eumid'-rabl; impi-ricd (lie work oi Ills Agiicnlturaliel, but ?lioddraiii «li-iriljr fall, Hiei t it lime fur vegeia lion la recover ii»il. If however, tliedrv wca. (tier riinlimiei— 'if Syclner ronmimptioD mutt de pend for iU supply upon Foreign lesoitrcrs. Tlie next arrival will probably fn a prioa for grain in uurmaiket. W)ipbI?..£U, IuBi,ibi!rJ--r 5..0J la Ca ; n«-» 4- to 4i. (Id. ; fine fliiur at Mr. l'lev ?nan'a ami kf-'. Jolin Arclivr'n (late Buferidge'a) ilorr, !0a. ;eecundi IS-, pel lml. bl. Whitat h»f rather lUlTored n rlepression in pric- since our Us', «n-l tho «nlo in ?lull at 7«. 0*. lo 8 . 01. uer biithcl, ba(|oj 6 . t(J 7s. per ililto, oaij-li 6J.t-i 5s. ucr dino, bran 1«.T, l.p rdilti, I. esc fl/ur£il urr tun._ Cnaricr. &pl. 3, 18». O,53il liuihMi of Wu^at liava'bttn |iarrlia...

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QUARTER SESSION'S ACT, (Co[?] from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

QUARTER SESSION'S ACT, iConclnitei/nm eur Imt.) *tb and the Sheriff shall alsohare the powsr of removing Any person now or hereafter confined in any Mi'hGaol, to and from each other whenever be shall for ant Cause deeM SUCH removal KEQBMiTE, nnd in case eiiy.pri soner shall Le afli'cud wilh any dangerous sickness, or infectious distemper in env sudi daol, tbe Blieriir or nny Wo Jtinices of the Peace may on tho recommendation in writini; ?if ihe Surgeon appointed 'O attend such Gaol authorise the immediate lemoval of such Pri soner, for his necessary cure, to some Public or Common Hospital, and upon his Miflicieiit recovery tnay cau«e such Prisoner to be ro rnanded again inl-- ROnfinement. 71 — R' inoval of a ptianncr to be rcponod to ihe Lieulcnpnt Governor. 72--Any person carrying food or clolhins, &c, into Gaol, or communicating by letters to a prisoner, subject lo bn upprchcudcd. ?73— Not to extend loDflit.rs. 74— Reference to Publican'* Act. 75— Assiting n prUonerin gaol...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

Mi ; CORNWALL CHRONICLE. tAUWOESTOH, r.D. Land, Saturday, Sbpt. 6, 183 5. ' Liberty with danger U lo be prerered to alavery wlib aecitrity, ^^^^^ IlLLMT.' Our Rpadcr* n ill have noticed oorg aop- ral unwillingness to ei press any opinWo upon tlie slate of affairs in the Mother Country. We hovo, neverihelis', been b «areftil ubferrer (if we may ate ih« term at eotnany thoaiant)» of mile* distance) of (jBBBing ovents, and only now, when we consider llinl ere this time an awful change iias taken plice, r)o we feet euraeives j«a tifitfil in ?ubmiltiiig our ideas to public notice. It must bi? fresh in tbe mind of every person who reads trie public prints, that recent accounts leave no aHernalWe fo hope, that ihit cause may tucceed, or tliatcau e. The public Journals «ro the beat criterion to judge by in iho existing ?idte of things— they all agree a- to the more than probable auqeeas a ft!i« people'*, cause against a corrupt Government. The paid hireling* of ilia I' r ess— the bribed wea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

Tlte destruction brtlie *M|» irWfae*, al tho entrance of the Harbour of Hobari, ?has created in this Town one general »en timenl of tlisapprobation.at the conduct of »he Local Authorities. Thli feeling, doubt ijess, is general throughout the Island, and 'where tan the man be found to deny the justice of it. fhls1aments.ble loss follow -ing eoclose^pon the fatal aMp wrecks of 'the Gearge the Third »nd the Enchantress, in the precise «pot where they occurred, ?tempen'the mind 'rather to attribute it lo 'the uncorttroufeble decree of fate, than the consequence of mere accident. We are as convinsedthal the losses will fae'reported -by the Local Authorities' to Head Quarters —as mere common place 'occurrences, as we-ore sure lliftt |hey would not have hap pened had, the usual and proper precau tions been used by the Marine Department, to prevent Accidents to vessels upon their -approach to tlie land. We feel called upon to ofrerouropinion upon these melancholy ehip wrecks, and to-submi),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

rHEIOBTJkPASSACfE. For London, ^f«u THE trig liAVUfXA, -HkhI C*iH»,M«»ter,i«««peciedio«lrar AS-VlaL-out 'or t101^0'' *? tbe ieod ?BffiKBHkof August. She Twill 1ir»« room B3335ior a few Bale' of Wool, and ?rill carry l'aiiengera, *l-onld «ny offer. Ap ? ' l0 WILLIAMS, CAMPBEIX, A CO. ?r to (I EWHT, GORE, & CO. July II. 1835. ? ; ? POB. MEW ZEALAND, ?-«, THE fine coppered schooner JB«ffi. ???/OHA' DUNSCOMBE,' gflnrV Hugh M'l-eane, muter, will fyfimW *aU for the Bay oMsiands.and Hoikianga ill fourteen days from Ibis date, ?he haf gooi (accommodations for Passen gers. - For particulars apply lo tbe Cap? taio on bard, (Or to p. W.WELSH, AOBHT. Aug. 28, 1835. TO BE LET, A HOUSE AND COl'TAGE, TN Wellington Street, at tbe entrance of lite town, a two-story atone House, with eight large rooms and a garret, with ? large kitchen, Washing home, coach liome, stable*, Set. &c. The above is well adapted fur a private residence, a boarding-school, -or *n ion, being on the nail) road...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

PRO1I TUB H O B A R r TO WN GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. 'Colonial Secrclai y't Office-, Aug. 18, 1S3S THE Lieutenant Governrdlrecm it lo be no ficd.tliata communication lias been re. reived from tile Right Honorable the Secretary cf State for ihe Colonies.intimsting, that a vea sel would sail on tbe nib July, fiom London, for Lannresion direct, with two hundred female emi. grants, whoso applications lias been scrnlinlied by an Officer of the Colonial -Office, in London, especially chosen by the Secretary of State, for Ihe purpose of selecting amongst the various applicants, those females only, who might be considered properly qualified for service in tltis Colony. His Evcellency rrqneets that eaily application for servants may be made to tbe CoLjnial Secretary, or the Commandant, Ltuncestou, in order that they may submit them for the con sideration of the Ladies' Committee By His Excellency's Command, JonN Montagu. Mr. Thomas Daley, is appointed District Con. stable Bt Hobart Town, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

BAXSI3V3 & APRICOTS. rJo be So/rf by I'uliHc Auction, tstt Ma. ustserwood, Jit his tt'om», corner of Charles and' Cameron Slnels, on Friday next, the . I Uh instant, atone o'clock precisely, for\ the Benefit of those concerned, ' ex Jons DoitscoiiBg,' r«ii!E FOLLOWING VALUABLE COL A LEuriON «r FRUITS : S 8 Boirsof KaUns £j{-43 Do»« of Beliiui . ?jjl 4 Cast« of RaVms *Bj 18 Casts of Rtisins t, 97 il«V« of RaMns Ii ' 47 l)u*-s« u- Haiiiui St*\ 7 Bo*ei of Afeijqot* ?; /*r ??'?' ? V '. . ' 82- 8 Boies of Raliins *jj27 Boies of Retains 6A \ * 80'* ** APlic6t' I, 34 Boiei of flatting 8 I Bijiof RaisVit Hprc or leas Onmaged. Ctrmg— @ng{)' SEVENTY CASKS OF WAIL.S. , 7V- /c SoM Am /'mWic Auction, BY MR. -tHTOBRWOOD, ? j» Ait Rooms, corner ? of Charles and Camera* Street; on ;Fru% h«», f*« llf/t iniianrV at 'one o'clock precisely, T positively without reserve, 1A sHAMCS of flANS, eon-isting of. 1U \J palinp, Blunt;!', B«Uen, I*lh, -Flooring Bradi, Clnsps, SpUcs, &c, &c...

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ANOTHER SHIP WRECK. THE WALLACE FROM LEITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

ANOTHER SHIPWRECK. (From the Colonial Times--Sept. 1.) THE WALLACE FROM LEITH. Early on Wednesday morning last, Captain Robinson, of the Wallace, arrived in Hobart Town, bringing the sad intelligence that his vessel was a wreck at the mouth or D'Entrecasteaux channel.   The Wallace was a fine new ship of 337 tons, and this was her first voyage, with a most valuable general cargo. She made the land on Monday the 24th ult., and the weather being most tem- pestuous, tbe Captain thought it adviseable not to attempt the channel whilst the weather con- tinued so unfavorable. During the course of the day, the Wallace was driven out of sight of land, but the next day the wind moderating, the land was again made, some few miles to the S.W.       of the Whale's Head. Captain Robinson, follow- ing the sailing regulations he had on board, and paying the utmost attention to his chart, was determined upon coming up the wider channel between Brun...

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UNDER WRITERS. Lloyd's, 4th March, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

UNDER WRITERS. Lloyd'; 4th March, 1835. Sir— Turn directed by thcCommittce for managing the 0 Hairs 0! Lloyds, to inform you that the utiuierous and urgent coinplainla which hare for some time past been made both bv Merchants and Under* lilers, on Ibe subject of surveys of damaged goods, nnd ihe r.rrt incites granted tbercon, hare imperatively drawn tbrlr attention to lhat portion of Ihe duties of Agents lo Lloyd's, and have determined them lo adopt the most decided measures, with the view of prereoting' ia future, thai (fiserenftocy of practice which can only have arisen either from inadvertence, from neglect, or from an intentional evasion of Ihe instructions furnished to each Agent on his ap. pointmsnt. Tbe total disregard of those inslructisiis io many instancra, at respocts^ 1st. The survey on board with reference to stowage and damage. 2nd. The selection and aeparntion of lha damaged from the sound portions of each package. 3d. The cerli6ontes of the Sbip Masters lo Ibe faet o...

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Phasrs of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

'' Blasts of fljt JHoon. I.«Ft qdorlpr— 15lh gepl It Intl. past I aflernoon liillif lifliiUHiiNfii IS « 14 Is «0 tiS 7 i I I) 31 I * **\t\''l\

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

Rial) SQattr at *aun«3ton. J|k n. «. n. m. »nndaT...... S 80 J Wrimndtf . .. 7 45 M.ndaj ? 6 15|Tlinriday ....« SO Tueid«y....T U (Friday ? 0 IS Saturday ? 10 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

iSotftt to Com-ponUmM. A ««»ierJ6fr iipm. tht avil-}ect of i the Port Philip ipeculatlun, neit week, ' tlgrlntr, and 4 FrUM, mpeclinc; the holei In the Wharf, are puitpnued for wantof iptce. A FriMi U in error ailott.r/on of ilie « tnguag. ing 1**41*1! Waiter .' Wonan aitura him that tin imll.miiD It prrfrcily aah— it oat a krr of Tob.cco Iliil qcliippil, ilipprd through en, ?f tbf nuneroui man trapt upon Iht Wharf wbltb cinutmtanor ?? anribntt favourable la (h« nnmbtrlm ptllllsni of tk« inhobilasu mni ?offe rtn for ? new sd«. Lmt of life ii a natirr of liilla cooMqnenc at h»d oaarien, but iba low of lb» duly upon a Ug of Tokaco. will «or»)» »oi« «.!-.* ananiioii, If, ih. muleting or the Laading WaiUr'j nlartlo Ibt MBDBDt, it sol

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Launceston Retail Price Current, [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

Saunas'ton StUtatl iPrfce Current, [Compiled /or lae Cornwall Chronicle,] AKDCORUECTeD Tills UAV. ?—00— CWoafal Pniua. /Mparftf Cooit. Lt.i. ' hit AUptrMii. tot Aleperdnz, ? It - Starfcfttrlan t D 0 Rmwn slomUo. II 11 fi Veer per lilid. « « 0 UunVeper Ib(bag) « 0 U BrmT(4)l- Iti't) ??OH. Cntnt pcf It O I 7 Xiscuii per ewl. (D-d ll»m« per da tie. Buiierfreih,|-trlb* s t Kail v r Ion 6 0,, Ditto salt uer do ,0 » I) Soup jier da « ? « Hams per tb. O S C l.nrfrancemgar S» « 11 8*cu»|ier»- O I - K. l.do.perlu.bacO 0 ( Beef per Ib OUT twin per Ib ftug) « « c Mutton per de 0 O S DIU11 per Ib (loaf) 0 0 r. fork per lb SOS Hum (duly |-sld) 0 II „ Veil per do O O B DUIO In bond » -I „ Cliocol.le r.crlb 0 a 0 llranily duty paid o Is , Client per Ib O 0 a Dillu lev limit o 5 - Candle! -nii-aldi) « 0 10 Gin duly |.ald a IS -. Dltla (-ll|ii) DOB llitlo In bold o 4 c. Ecus ncrdtiun 0 I « T«a pcrcheil 5 0 ( Urn per butliel « I e Dilln per Ib 0 a r Onlmea) per ll- o « « Tobacco do.(bnnd)S (Mr, Hay p...

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