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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

I: -''.^ .;. fob i.bi»i-bN. '???. ? ??'? «K THE 'fine A : J, lirig HAMILTON, ?Sajk 350 tpWs, register, Thomas ^Vm.:.Brad tXESP s*wRy, commander, having relumed from jPggS©tHe fisheries* with all her dead weight. Ln boa7d7w now iakingm Woo1,-antrwU) be dek bsichep in all November. ; ' ' E For freight of or passage, apply to S . , ? CONNOLLY & Co.y i ? '.?? :: ?'' . .;/;'??;.?? Il.ENTY & Co. . ' Launcestori, . .. ; . October 18, 1841., For liondon. ' ^-£^- THE fine first-class, barque AFRI J*4^.CAiNE 320 tops, register, L. Lowe, EjraffWJM cotnVnander, having the whole of her jSff ftftrLriead weight on board, has room For vool only, in her 'tween decks. FoV freight or passage. Having firsUrate accom Dodation, apply to . ? ™ .HENTY & Co., ' ? ? . ..-.??- or- ? CONNOLLY &Co. October 16. ' , . For liondon. ; -^ TH E fine.flrst-class barque 'IN A', 300 ' JSS&ifc tonsibunhern. Thomas Booth com LrfyiL^V wander, as now- taking, in her dead BjfJtaWag, we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

£ VertitAi-fSta»tustiptloni V Tbe '\Lauiiceston -AmrterViHi?e publi^ Terms for Advertisements. 'SSL. ''??'?'*« ^-««i»#liib.T\.,.nrpBMhrn.,riorf Pos- t0 aW Parts of tlie countryv ,' It -'ill contain a, summary of all the important Notices in the 1 ? — s-ri u n,i * , JK^/ffi»:-STS,? '^{Gazette of the preceding Saturdayi-Advertisemeritecannot be inserted unless forwarded earljr in the*? l9U^P^-*'^^^^&l*»5 aVcri&'to** Launcesio'n Adviser, ikUJonfnalWtemoon of Saturday ; and all advertisements whict do not specify, on the face of them, the number J £ SdS '£ rtet^^?AdSeV^ [U,for4heptett!ta,lxpraetitedsraiti. _J of times they are -to -be inserted, will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. {^foUowing Z%ww%. ?'? ?-?; ^ t : : /..'

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

THE MARKETS. Tub spirit of speculation has somewhat subsided, and prices are gradually settling down to their former level. We hear of but few transactions in Wheat, and those not to any extent. Quotations are as follows : — Cataract Mill, November 6. i. A -Fine Flour ...----220 per 100 lbs. 20 per cent. ? 200 ditto 12 per cent. ...... 16 0 ditto Bran- ........ 16 per 20 lbs. Pollard ? 26 ditto Wheat, from 6s. 6d. to 7s. 6d. per 60 lbs. Union Steam Mitts. i. d. s. -f. $. d. i. d. Wheat ......... 7 0@ 9 0 I Oats ? 4 0 @ 5 6 Barley ........ 60,, 76 Maize ? 00,, 00 Pollard. .„ ? 2 0 „ 0 0 | Bran ? 16,, 0 0 Flour, first quality - ? 22t ) Ditto, second ditto ? -20/. Vper 2000 lbs. Ditto, third ditto - - 16A J

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POETRY. UNHAPPY LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

POSTAY. nnurn rnvc. Since I beheld my Helen last, I've known but misery ; Nor day, nor night since then hath pan'd, Without sprayer for fhee I A pilgrim long, In every lone, I've sought the shrine of peace, And bade my heart, in reason's tone, Its constant murmurings cease. I'm ' crossed earth's central line,' and dwelt In oriental lands ; Where wealth and honour have been dealt Into my willing bands. I've wander'd where the Southern Cross Glows o'er the Antipodes, far following the lone albatross O'er isle-besprinkled seas. But never, 'midst antartic storms, When ocean'« wrath was swelling, . Or mid th' equator's burning calms, Have I forgot my Helen. And time shall leave thy beauty's trace , Still freshin memory ; Though Scotia's hills, or Helen's face, / 1 never more may see I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

' Truly Yours.'— To illustrate the asser tion of on what slight or erroneous grounds scandalous reports maybe based, I know an Italian gentleman, who, having received a note of invitation from an English lady of ir reproachable morals, concluding in the usual way, *? Truly yours,' took it to afrietad, to whom he expressed his regret and embarrass ment at having unwillingly and unintention ally achieved the conquest of Lady ? .'s heart. ' Impossible,' said the friend ; 'why Lady ? is one of the most reserved and correct women in England.' ' Here is, how ever, the proof of my assertion,' replied the Italian, drawing forth a merely civil invita tion to dinner, and exhibiting it with an air of triumph, ' what say you now ? you can not surely doubt her hand?' Fanny Elssler. — We learn from . a late American paper, that Fanny Elssler had reached New Orleans, after making 300,000 dollars in Havannah ; and the enthusiasm, was greater there than it has been elsewhere. She rode on horseback f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. (Continued from first page.) TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Mr, J. C, Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on WED NESDAY; the 17tli - November, immediately -fifter the sale of the Black Forest, without re 'sn*e, ' fTUiREE Allotments of.Xand at Evandale, con 1 JL- taining a quarter of 'sir acre each, adjoining (he Parsonage. '?. terms: — Twenty per cent, deposit, remainder by bills at '?'''' three months. ; ? JPBSUTS SOTSXi. TOJ3E SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, I By Sir. J. Hi Underwood, JAt the .Royal ,£|;qhBn(;e Auction Mart, on WED* j M^DAT,tW 'UiJiL Np.jBml)ert at -ppeT o'clock 3 -Tlreoiiifef yfcr ?? f? { ? / 1 tyKUoexpired Lease and,Good will of the Perth 1 'Hotel, formerly kept by Mr. Edward' Brown, the Leuse has five years to run, at the low annual xentHl.pfJlH) .Teiyns and full particulars will be made known ' ' . . at the time of sale. Important Sheep and Cattle Sale. TO BE SOLD ByTuBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. W. Bell, At the Yards of Mr, Ctyne, a* the B^rrid...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

&bit- mails To FORT PHILLIP, via George Town, on Wednes day, at ten o'clock. To LONDON, by St. George, on IOth November. To LONDON, by Hamilton, on 30th November. To A DEL A I DE, by Hawk, on the '8th. To PORT PHILLIP and SYDNEY, by Corsair, on Tuesday. To SYDNEY, by William, on Friday. NOTICE. The Mails from Patterson's Plains and Evandaie, ar rive at the Post-office, Launceston, every Saturday and Wednesday, about one o'clock, p.m ; and are despatched for'the above places every Thursday1 and Monday at 12 o'clock, a.m., precisely. : St. John E. Bbowne, Postmaster.

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. The Mono,, Captain Milligan, arrived from London on Thursday, having accomplished the voyage home and back in ten months. Our papers by ibis vessel are not of so recent a date as tbose received at Port Phillip. The aspect of political affairs at home is of a gloomy character. Indeed we look upon it as a' fact now almost beyond doubt, that the labours of the Melbourne administration will close with the opening of the new Parliament The Con servative party, whether by tbeir usual recourse to bribery and intimidation, is immaterial as far as the effect is concerned, have succeeded in gaining a majority in the House of Commons, sufficient to support them in their administra tion, and quite equivalent to that possessed by the Melbourne ministry, at any time during the last two or three years. In describing this as a gloomy aspect, we must not be misunderstood as expressing a regret that the career of the Whigs should be tbus brought to a close,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

To the Shareholders of the Cornwall Fire and marine Insurance Company GENTLEMEN.— It being my intention to offer myself as Candidate for the Office of Soliciloj to the above Institution, I beg leave (o solicit the favor of your votes and interest. ' I am, gentlemen, ? Your most obedient Servant, M. KENNEDY. Launces'ton, Oct. 30th, 1841. TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE Cornwall Fire and Marine Insurance Company. ? /'^ ENTLEMEN.— Intending to offer myself V3I' as candidate for the Solicitorship'of ttie above-' named Company, I beg respectfully to solicit the favor of your votes and interest. Gentlemen, GEORGE S.U\v. HORNE. £i Reward. LOST from the towi.sliip of Perth, a Brindle Cow near calvjng, with white belly, face, legs, and end of the. tail, with a smJMlfblack spot near the eye, branded HC on the nff&jgnp. ';. . . ' ...? Whoever will give notice where she can be .found shall receive the above reward. - nsaAe-tKrCSCfO-L, Blacksmith; Perth, October 30. - ? .. ? £2 Reward I -, , ...

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Fancy Fair at Campbelton. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

I Fancy Pair at Campbelton. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON I COUK1EK. I Sir,— ; \ One of the happiest inventions of modern days la*' Fancy Fair'; and it seems that certain spirited Mies in this neighbourhood have projected one, which f heartily wish may succeed, be its ultimate object what I may.,. Meetings like these, in which the gentler sex bn with as much propriety as effect, take a prominent Sort, are admirably calculated to cement those very pscordant materials which we (en-masse) nick-name moctety. It is a lamentable fact— but one which can be Earcely gainsayed— that the intercourse existingamongst ?lose who constitute the more respectable part of the Eommunity; is limited, with few exceptions, to those Kritbin the ties of relationship— or those whom an iden tity of -interest, or a temporary expediency brings into ?uxta-position. The term ' neighbour', to which in the land of our fathers, so many endearing recollections are associated, is only understood here as implying a v...

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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

aaunwston Shipping Hist. ARRIVALS. . November i.— Barque Lady Bowena, 323 tons, Gay, master, from the South Seas ,- Henty.St Co., agents. 400 barrels, black oil, sundry whaling gear,. B««y»& Co. . November 2.— Steamer, (Cpr*a«r,jl8^,ton8,_t|eH,inaster,/ from Port Phillip, J. RaVeni agents ;'jL aug qobuL)EJ[1( herrings, Connolly ana Cof; Jfcfl§*nnwep^Rmersonf Passengers,— Rev. Mr. Hurst, Mr. Rucher, Mr. Mar cetti, Miss Dickson, Mr* J. W, Patterson, Captain Fox, Mr. O'Gourday, Mr. Gore, Mr. Henty, . Mrs. Henty, Mr. Walpole, Mr. John Orrand Lady. Mr. C. Hussey, Messrs. Allison, Lyall and Walftrd, Mrs: Ogbjn. Wfl. Ham Evans, C. Roach, Mary Greenshield, Margaret Simms, Catherine Smith, Alexander Donaldson, James Mulligan,; Jane Mulligan and child. . . . . -.Noptmber, 3 —Brie William, 149 tons, Le Grand, master, for Sydney; J. Griffiths, agent. Passengers,— Mrs. Dean, Miss FJexman, Miss MTShron, Miss M'Lean Mrs. Williams, Hon M. Talbot, Mr. Clatke. November 4.— Schooner Tamar, 117...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 8 November 1841

MARRIED.—On the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. John   Lillie, Captain Arthur T. Cotton, Madras Engineers to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas Learmonth, Esq. —On Monday, November 1st, by special license, at   Saint David's Church, Mr. F. Thompson, of Brown's River, to Miss Emma Lydia Baynton, eldest daugh- ter of James Baynton, Esq., of Hunting Field Park, North West Bay.   BIRTH—On the 1st instant, at Riversdale House,   Great Swan Port, the lady of Charles Meredith,   Esq., of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

I rest XiOkooh. s I *« THE fine A 1,. brig HAMILTON, I *ffiS»V 250 tons, register, Thomas Wm. Brad KAKfflgs BURY, commander, having returned from PSgfethefi-h^S^*vi*MiH her dead xveight In board, Is now tfllfirig m Wool, aqd will be des laidied in all November. . I tor freight of or passage, apply to I CONNOLLY & Co., I or I IlENTY&Co. I Launcestoitt ictober 18, 1841. ________ I _£*- THE fine first-class barque AFUI IJ^Sk CAINE 320 tons, register, L. Lowr., |lnRtt|»commSndfer, having ilie whole of her ra@|§§l&dead xvei^ii on board, has room for foolonly, in her 'tween decks. I Tor freight or passage, liming first-rate uccom- lodation, apply to ijenTy & C,, I or I CONNOLLY & Co, I October 16. ? I ~ i'or Xondon. I ^r^ THE fine, (irst-ciass barque ' IN A', 300 I ifeSK -ton* bunhern. Thomas Booth com |C*3^V inander, is now taking in her dead UFWagHg weight, and having a considerable por mggm* tionof her wool engaged, will meet Eh dispatch. For fre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

h- Terms *-f Subscription. ~] i ? . ? t \ f/ieterMqf Subscription to the Launceston Courier \ re 6a. 6i per quarter, or Gd. for tingle numbers. To { vbicribentothe Launceston Advertiser, this Journal I ill, for thepretent, be presented gratis. J I flE 'Launceston Vourier' will he published erery Monday Morning, and forwarded by tiiat day's ( post to all pans of the country. It will contain a summary of all tlie important Notices in the \ bazetle ot ibe preceding Saturday.— Advertisements cannot be inserted unless forwarded early in llie^ alternoon of baturday ; and all advertisements which do not specify, on the face of ihetii, the number 3 of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. { Terms for &il vertlsementB. Under ibKnet, 9s.$!Lj91nd3d. b line for till above 12, edcMn*ertiofi.—A3mfiievtetits tent tbihitjownil are inserted tortit Is in the LmnicsUm Adrerttser o/iftt ^oBouHng-Tfytrillajf.

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

gBip /Hails To PORT PHILLIP, via George Town, on Wed day, at ten o'clock. To LONDON, by St. George, on 15th November. To LONDON, by Hamilton, on 30tti November. To NEW ZEALAND, by Regia, on the 30th. NOTICE. The Mails from Patterson's Plains and Evandale, ar rive et the Post-office, Launceston, every Saturday and 'Wednesday, about one o'clock, p. 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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Launceston Shipping List. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

Uaunrcston Sllfppfog ILtct. ARRIVALS. November 9.— Schooner Edward, 60 tons, Rowlands,' master, from Circular Head; Henty & Co., agents. 16 bullock hides, 2 bags coffee. 300 kangaroo skins, Henty nnd Co. . . November)}. — Barque Gannymede, 238 tons, Jobson, master, from London \ Down & Co., agents. November 12 ? Schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Saun dcrs, master, from Geeiong; J. Guillan, agent. 200 sheep, J. Tetley. Passenger,— Mr. Charles Hayes. DEPARTURES. November 6 ? Schooner Lowestofl, 114 tons, Irvine, master, for Sydney ; J. Griffiths, agent. 2000 bushels wheat, SO tons flour, R. L. Orr ; 300 bushels bran, 6 tons hay, J. Griffiths; 10 kegs butter, J. Nokes. Pas sengers, — Captain M'Cole, Mrs. Waring. .Novembers. — Schooner Truelove, 183 tons, Coulton, master, for Port Phillip; Connolly and Co., agents. 90 bundles shingles, 5000 palings, 24 bundles laths, 200 bags oats, 96 ditto flour, ISO bales hay, 35 bags oats, J. Griffiths. Passenger, — Mrs. Coulton, , Nove...

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

THE LAUNGESTON COURIER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15. ?i ? We 'l briefly noticed in our last that the Com mittee appointed to enquire into South Austra lian. affairs bad suggested an alteration in the system of disposing of Crown Lands in the Australian Colonies. We extract the following from tbeir report; it will be found to contain much practical information relative to the effects of the system now adopted :— 'It appears by the evidence which has been laid be. fore them, that in the first instance, land in sections of 135 acres, namely, 134 country acres and one town acre, (after an unsuccessful attempt to realize £1 an acre) was sold at the uniform price of 12s. ah acre ; that the pri ority of choice among the original purchasers was de termined by ballot; and that the fortunate individuals to whom chance assigned the advantage of an early selec tion, bad the power of immediately realizing considera ble sums byj.be sale of the fight they had thus acquired. 'The result, therefore, was, th...

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FASHIONS FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

FASHIONS FOR JULY. ( From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion) Morning Neglige.— Kobe of batiste de laine, poussiere, with fichu of plain cambric, and collar a chale, and plain, manchelles. Fancy straw bonnet edged, and with plaid ribbon ; scarf of black silk, with frill of the same. Toilette de Visite — Robe of bareee in pattern of pale colours, corsage and sleeves a petites coulisses, and deep tucks edged with fringe. Black taffetas scarf, with ruche. Bonnet of crape fronce violette of lace and flowers, cor responding with the dress; handkerchief with inlets of Valenciennes, manchettes and collar trimmed with Valenciennes. The corsages continue to be made tight, and with points; corsages grand, mere a i' Amazon, with gimp trimmings, and those a chele of revers, are also worn; for young -ladies they are generally -square, or with folds; end in thin materials they 'are made a cou lisses. Tight sleeves still maintain their ground, but ihey are variously ornamented, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

SALES BY AUCTION, PURSUANT to the proviso for that purpose contained in a certain indenture bearing date the twenty-eighth day of September, and duly registered the twenty-second day of October, one thousand s'mht hundred and thirty-nine, and made between William Crabb therein described as of Campbell Town, in Van Diemen's Land, shoe maker, and Belinda his wife of the one part, and William Broad of Campbell Town aforesaid, gen tleman, of the other part, the land, hereditaments and premises hereinafter described, will be put up for sale by public auction, by John Christopher Uudeiwood, at (he lto\al Exchange Auction Mart, Launteslon, otn WEDNESDAY, the seventeenth day of November, at eleven o'clock in the fore noon, by order of the mortgagee, default having been made in payment of the interest money there by secured ; and the land thus to be sold is des cribed in the said indentures as follows ; — All that allotment or parcel of land, situate and being in Campbell Town, in Van Diemen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 15 November 1841

From l*et|6rB. fcfcaJrfei fcondon. Coach Builder* to -HerJM&ity; '.Qieen'Victona, frc., fa BEGS leave wost iWBpectfuHy to acquaint the gentry, settlers, and public of Launceston, and Jts widfnity, that he hasjjust arrived in the colony, with a collection of the newest and most fashionable de signs of carriages, at present in use in London ; and baving-commenced business as a Coach and 'Harness maker, in those commodious premises situated in Bris bane-street, lately occupied by Mr Mason ; he trusts, by the strict attention to the performance of the .very best workmanship, (which he pledges himself to execute in a first-rate London style) to merit a liberal share of patronage and support. N. B.— Repairs neatly and expeditiously executed, with a strict 'regard to punctuality, and at a great re duction, of price, Off What has hitherto been charged in; (lie colony. ? *giT Old Vehicles of -every description taken in 'ci-; change. : Launceston, October 15. To Dairymen, Carriers, an...

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