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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 16 January 1849

For Sydney. SHAMROCK, G. Gilmore,   commander, will leave Melbourne for Sydney on or about the 19th instant. For freight or passage, apply to H. A. SMITH, Market Square. Melbourne, 9th January. 1849. per Lendon, TO LOAD IN HOBSON'S BAY, THE splendid fast sailing barque, NELSON, A 1, [603 tons register, W. H. Lamond, commander.   This veasel has first rate accommodations for passengers. For Freight or passage apply to     CAPTAIN LAMOND, on board, or to GEORGE S. BRODIE, Melbourne, JACKSON, RAE & CO., Melbourne and Geelong.   For London. TO LOAD POINT HENRY. THE splendid new Clyde built ship, MELBOURNE, 495 tons register, John* K Meyer, commander. it sailer, baving made the pai "_ _ .Jw«, ha» been specially built for the PortTpbilip trade, ha« full poop, large .iiyrtate-rolms, Ihower batbs, &o.,and will have quick despatch.. For freigkjt of passage, apply in Geelong, or to   JACKSON, RAE &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 16 January 1849

JOB PRINTING. THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED, THAT   Job Printing OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE EXECUTED AT THE ARGUS OFFICE,         with neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly tntitei attention to Au nnting o/BOOK WORK, the «hoi« of hit type or that purpose bting perfectly new, and conti utntly greatly superior to .any other office in UlbouTiu. NOTICE   POUND-KEEPERS and others reeuirin£ the pu6/<íatt<m o/ aíÍDsrtÍMmertlf in the GOVERNMENT Gazette, an requested to forward itir notices, from thil date to the Aroui O^i'ce, ellins-itrtel, th« Gazbttb being now printed at mt office. Xeglftter of Strayed Cattle, A T the request of a Dumber of our subscribers we hare opened at the Publishing Office of   to Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with tv^ \ of enabling the owners to recover their r ,r ¿took at small expense. VÍé have, therefore, to invite sett...

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EMIGRATION AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 16 January 1849

EMIGRATION AGENTS. For the information of parties desirous of acting upon the late Government Notice, offering facilities for getting out friends and relations from the mother country, we publish the following list of the agents for emigration in Eng- land and Scotland, employed by the Land and Emigration Commissioners. ENGLAND. Berks—R. H. Horne, Esq., Staines; Mr. C. 3. Keable, Upper Lambourne, Farm, near Hun- gerford. Bucks—Mr. H. Bull, Aston Clinton ; Mr. T. Chew, Great Brickhill, Fenny Stratford. Cambridge—Mr. J. Sergeant, Linton; Mr. J. Johnson, Barley, near Royston ; Mr. W. Chapman, Cowlinge, near Newmarket. Cornwall—Mr. A. B. Duckham, Falmouth ; J. B. Wilcocks. Plymouth (Principal Agent for the West of England). Devon—J. B. Wilcocks, Esq., Plymouth; T. Gee, Esq., Sidmouth. Danbigh—B. Hutchinson, Esq., Denbigh; Derby—Mr. R. Lassetter, Uttoxeter; Mr. A. Harris, Macclesfield. Dorset—Mr. W.Roberts, Sherborne; J.Browne, Esq., Wareham. Essex—Mr. J. Holby, Thorpe-le Soken ; Mr. J. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 16 January 1849

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. January 13—Manchester, ship, 600 tons, For- sayth, master, from London 14th September, and Plymouth 28th. Passengers—cabin—Mrs. Reid, Miss Forsayth, and Dr. Thomson, Surgeon Superintendent, with 236 bounty immigrants. Agents, Westgarth, Ross and Co. January 13—Lysander, ship, 475 tons, La- tham, master, from London 14th September, and Plymouth 21st. Passengers—cabin—Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Mackie, Miss Smith, Miss Vincent, Mr. Ross, and Dr. Hunter, Surgeon Superinten- ded, with 236 bounty immigrants. January 13—Wave, schooner, 66 tons, War-   aus, master, from Portland and Port Fairy. Agents, C. L. and J. Smith. January 13—Swan, brig, 139 tons, Woods, master, from Launceston. Passengers—cabin— Mrs. Mason and child, Master Little, Mr. D. Copon, Rev. A. Morrison, and Charlotte Jane Clarke ; steerage—William Guntripp, Daniel Smith, William Moxham. Agent, W. H. Hatch. January 15 — Sylvanus, schooner, 73 tons, Moodie, master, from Hobart Town. Agent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

CHARTER OF VESSEL OR VES- SELS TO CONVEY IMMI- GRANTS TO PORTLAND BAY. 1 rpENDERS will be received until noon -*- of Saturday, the 20th instant,for the conveyance, by sea, of Immigrants from Melbourne to Poitland Bay. The tenders to be sealed, and endorsed " Tender for conveyance of Immigrants to Portland Bay," and deposited" in the box marked " Tender for works and stores,"atthe western entrance of the Go- vernment Offices, Melbourne. Each tender should state the tonnage and name of the vessel proposed to be employed, the number of "statute adults" that can be therein accomodated, the date that the vessel will be ready for sea, and the detailed scale of daily rations and water that will be provided for each statute adult. The rations will be in- spected, and must be approved of by three Government Officers, who will be appointed for such purpose. It will be necessary to slate the number of days that rations will be provided for, after the vessel leaves Williams Town. The tender to ...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

WOOL SALES. By J. T. Simes & Co., 20th September, 1848. Ex Alice Maud-BB conjoined over Z, 4 bales Is 2Ad, 17 at Is Ihd, 6 at Is Ina, 6 at Is Ad, 12 at lid, 2 damaged at 8Ad, 3 lambs at Is lAd, 2 pieces at 9Ad, 4 ditto at 8Ad, 6 locks at 7ha ; JC, 1 bale at Is 2d, 4 at 1 Id, 2 pieces at 9d, 5 scoured at Is 2Ad, 5 ditto at Is 3d, G hand washed at 1 lAd, 3 ditto at lid, G ditto at 11 Ad, 1 pieces at 8d. Ex Stag-PI, 2 bales at 1 4M, 13 at Is 3d, 7 at-ls Id, 19 at 1 2Ad, 7 at Is 2d, G at Is 4d, 21 at Is \hà, 7 damaged at Is, 1 Leicester lOAd, 6 lambs at Is Gd, 5 at Is 3Ad, 2 locks at 9d, 7 pieces at 9Ad, 5 ditto Rt 8Ad, 1 damaged at 9d, 2 locks GAd. Ex Hooghly-Sundry brands, 2 bales at lOd, 1 at lid. Ex M arion-DC over B, 2 bales lOd, M over B over S, 1 scoured at 1lAd, 2 at Is, 4 at 1 OAd, 6 at Is Id, 6 lamb HAd. By Marsh & Eden borough, 21st Septem- ber 1848. Ex Maitland-CF, 27 balea at lOAd, 51 at lid, 8 lambs'atls 2d, 4 locks at 7Ad, 1 grease at 6Ad ; ASI over D, 11 ...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

POST OFFICE. Mails will close for the undermentioned places as follow : Enterprise for London, 19th instant, at half past 5, p.m. Vansittart for Hobart Town, 20th instant, at half-past 5, p.m.   William, for Port Fairy and Portland, 19th instant, at half-past 5, p.m. Sophia, do indefinite. Swan, for Launceston, 20th instant, at half 1 past 5, p.m.

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NEW ZEALAND. (From the Sydney Morning Herald) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

NEW ZEALAND. (From the Sydney Morning Herald)   We have Wellington papers to the 20th ultimo. Governor Grey had arrived, and called together the new Provisional Council, which was to meet on the 21st; but we have been unable to obtain the names of the gentlemen who had accepted seats. Much opposition to the establishment of the Council was exhibited, and at a pub- lic meeting, resolutions calling on the colonists not to sit in the Council were adopted, and an association was formed for the purpose of bringing the claim of the colonists for representative institutions under the notice of the British Parlia- ment and Government. At a public meeting, it was resolved to return to Auckland the sum of £600 which had been subscribed there for the relief of the sufferers by the late earth- quake. It was stated that there were no cases of distress that required assistance from a distance. A very complimentary address to the people of Auckland, thank- ing them for their liberalit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

JÇB PRINTING T^I, l'UBUC JRI RESPKCTFULLT INFORMED, THAI -. O'* ALL ELAD S, 4K£ ' WIM. «»HIICDTSD'AT T**r, A a O WS OFFICE, With twatTMji, accuracy, and despalch. r/M Pftntir particularly invites attention to hit printing of BÖOK-WOHK, the whole of his 'type for that purpose being perfectly new, and come </u«nt/y gieatly ¡uptrior to any other office in hlttbounp. n-~..*- --i i " ' '.'"J WClTÏCB ' POUND-KEEPERS' and oihiri requiring ' the 'publication of advertisements in the Government Gazette, are requested to forward their notices, from this date to the A nous Office, Cuilint-street, the Gazette betng now printed at that office, ' '' ' Jfcegister.of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Office of tliia Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with the view of enabling the owners to recover their missing stock at small expense. *^ We haye, therefore, to invite settlers who may ^ave strayed cattle on their runs, to fu...

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Shipping Intellligence. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

Shipping Intelligence. CLEARED OUT. January 18—Martin Luther, ship, 450 tons, Hutton, master, for Sydney. Passenger—cabin —A. J. Miller, Esq., with part of original cargo from Greenock. Jauuary 18—Sylvanus, schooner, 73 tons, Moodie, master, for Hobart Town. January 18—Enterprise, ship, 333 tons, W. H. Harrison, master, for London. Passengers— cabin—Miss Harrison, and Messrs. J. and G. Neal«. SAILED. January 17— Senator, for London. January 17—Osprey, for Hobart Town.   EXPORTS. January 18—Sylvanus, schooner, for Hobart Town—36 bullocks, 160 sheep. January 18—Enterprise, ship, for London— 613 bales wool, 4 casks mutton hams, 1 case kangaroo skins, W. and H. Bell ; 315 do do and 11 casks tallow, Heape and Grice; 13 bales wool   Lyall, Bawtree and Co ; 12 do do, D. M'Kenzie; 102 do do, Westgarth, Ross and Co ; 72 do do, James Graham ; 311 do do, 6¿ casks tallow, 2 boxes curiosities, W. and H. Barnes and Co ; 14 casks tallow, 26 bales wool, H. A. Smith ; 1 box...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. January, 18, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS. January, 18, 1849. Grain.—Very little has been done in the wheat market during the last fortnight; the only consi- derable transaction was the sale of about 1000 bushels for 3s. 6d. per bushel, which may be deemed the present value of old wheat. None of the new crop has yet been disposed of, but it is expected that 3s. will for some time be the highest price given for it, unless the growers act injudi- ciously by introducing into the market too great a quantity at first, which would have the effect of depressing it still further. The harvest has now become general, and the opportune arrival of a large body otfemigrants from Britain during the   past week, co-operating with the beautiful weather now prevailing, will enable the farmers to con- clude it speedily. Oats are selling at 3s. 9d. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Flour, first quality, £10; Seconds, £9, per 2000 lbs. Hay, £2 10s. per ton. The market has been fully supplied. IMPORTED GOODS. Spirits—Brandy ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

Domestic Intelligence. Concert,—We are very glad to find that the Music Class of the Mechanics' Institute have been encouraged by the eminent success of their last experiment, to present the public with another concert on Tuesday evening. The programme is good, and combines great variety, with a fair share of novelties. We have no doubt that a still more crowded audience than upon the last occasion, will reward the exertions of the promoters of these praise- worthy performances, and encourage them to a perseverance in a course calculated to confer so much pleasure on their fellow townsmen. Another Lottery.—The Bank of Aus- tralia has announced a second and final drawing, on Easter Monday (9th April) of the properties of the Bank. The pre- sent partition includes the properties for- merly belonging to Messrs. Hughes and Hosking; and a large portion of the prizes to be drawn are situated in this city, in the parish of Jika Jika, and at the Merri Creek. There are also proper- ties at M...

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SALES EFFECTED THIS WEEK BY MESSRS. BEAR, & SON: [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

SALES EFFECTED THIS WEEK BY MESSRS. BEAR & SON:   Fat Cattle.—Eighty-two head of cows and bullocks, ¡nferior quality, sold at from 40s to 50s each, or at 7s per 100lbs. Store Cattle.—Fifty-four lean steers and a few cows sold at 21s each ; a few cows and calves at from 40s to 47s 6d. Working Bullocks.—A team of four, bows and yokes given in, sold at £6 10 per pair, a pair     of ditto for £7. Sheep.—650 fat wethers sold at from 5s to 5s 6d each, or about 1d per lb. Horses.— At the weekly horse sale on Thurs-   day, 17 were disposed of out of 22 offered; service- able saddle and harness horses sold at from 10l. to 14l. colts and fillies, handled to lead, from 5 to 7, do, just broken to saddle, from 6 to 9, useful hacks from 11 to 15, and draft horses from 11 to 14 guineas each. There has been an abundant supply of both fat cattle and sheep in the market this week ; prime   quality cattle sold at about 7s 9d or 8s per 100 lbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

For Sydney. ^^HE SHAMROCK, _ steamer, G. Gilmore, comrjAi mler, will leave 7V¿-- -Âftf3gP*f,** MclpouNie for Sydney on >uuui ibu 19th instant/ I r'or freight or passage/appl/^o /U«-p- SMITH, ÄS^ I Market Square. iP^ourne, / 9th January, 1849. / For Xiondoa Di* To Load in Hobson THF. first-« Gliâ gister, Til mander. ti? a ct. Bay. ip" ROYAL 686 tons ro Grieve*, Com 'lins ship having |ipuroreon board, u rgo engaged-will ' For height or mrnodalion» lor DALj INovtf'Jjir 28 er dead weight of grout portion of her ick dc-putck. uving first-rate Be- ers, apply to CORK, & CO., bourne and Geelong. on Direct. Iß A. 1 first-class British built ship UERKSHIRR, n Wliyte, Cummauder, is ,' ready to leceive cargo, and will meet with quick des tch, b'.r abcomiiodatton for passenger» is ol ? dascripHoji. IWATSON AND WIGHT, rp Por XiOBdon, TO LOADJIN HOBSON'S BAY, HE splendid fast »ailing barque, NELSON, A 1, [603 'ton» register, W. H. Lamond,tfcomtn«nder. This" vessel has first i\t« accommo...

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Original Corresondence. To the Proprietor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

Original Correspondence. To the Proprietor of the Argus. Sir,—I have long waited to see some one come forward, and offer a few remarks in favour of the gentleman whose place as a newspaper proprietor, you now oc- cupy, but it appears I have waited in vain; but humble as is my station in life, and neglected (by myself) as has been my education, I am induced, from a sense of right, to make the following remarks on the oppression which he has undergone. Whether those people who ought to have come forward to vindicate his conduct have been deterred by fear, or whether the most heartless careless- ness has caused such negligence I do not know ; there has been quite enough said against his conduct, but that goes for little when we consider the personal motives that dictated such abuse ; and even were there no personal motives, we can always find numberless fawning sycophants, and base dependents on a more base superior, ever willing, for his approbation, or their own gain, to ruin an hone...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

  Domestic Intelligence. Slaughtering Licenses.—Messrs. Henry Daw and William Wilson applied for and obtained renewals of their slaugh- tering licenses on Saturday last. Similar applications had been made by Messrs. G. F. Stevens, John Dickens, R. Grimes, Henry Crossley, W. B. Haywood and Power, and Hazlewood, but none of the parties being in attendance, the magis- trates refused to entertain them. Mean while those parties are slaughtering with- out licenses and exposing themselves to heavy penalties. Messrs. Stevens and Dickens have since obtained the renewal of their licenses, the others remain in statu quo. A nuisance.—A petition was pre- sented to the magistrates in petty ses- sions on Saturday, from a number of the inhabitants of Collins-street, in the vici- nity of Mr. Crossley's butchering estab- lishment, complaining of the noisome stench arising from the uncleanly state of Mr C's. back premises, and also from a miniature melting establishment carried on there. ...

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The Argus I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1849. THE SQUATTERS AND THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

The Argus   I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1849. THE SQUATTERS AND THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. The question which formed the subject- matter for consideration at the public   meeting on Monday, and which, we   observe, is now to be carried off to that   refuge of the destitute, Geelong, the   question of extending the elective fra-   chise to the licensed occupants of Crown   Lands, is surrounded with difficulties which are not to be got rid of in the off-   hand style the squatters imagine. The case for the squatters is thus set   out in their intended petition : —   The humble Petition of the undersigned     Lessees of Land, in the District of     Port Phillip.   Sheweth : &...

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TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, January 18, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

TOWN COUNCIL.   Monday, January 18, 1849.   Present, the Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen mston and Kerr, Councillors Annard, Bowler, irk?, M Comble, M'Namara, Murray, Nichol- , Rankin, and Stephen. Minutes. The minutes of last meeting were read and con- firmed, including a protest from Councillors Combie, Moor, and Stephen, against the deci- sion of the Council, on Councillor Moor's motion rescinding the proceedings in connexion with the late Mandamus case; minutes were also read bj meetings of several Committees. LEVELs. The Council then proceeded to consider the re- commendations of the Committee of the whole *uncil in reference to the propsed alterations   *the levels in Collins, Bourke, and Queen streets, the whole of which were agreed to, after M)iM*T>lle discussion in the case of Bourke and ttp^reets, in which Councillor Annand led   *opposition.   COLLINGWOOD. Councillor Stephen asked leave to postpone his not...

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GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

GOLD. There is something mightily attractive and enticing in the very word with which we head this article. Can it be wondered at, then, that the astonishing reports with which the papers have lately teemed, should have attracted public attention to a region, which appears absolutely to overflow with this seductive metal ? As we have been in some sort instrumental in exciting the cupidity of our would-be gold-hunters, we feel it a sort of duty to warn them from rushing unthinkingly into an adventure, which would most pro- bably prove their ruin. It is difficult to imagine, or to predict the ultimate results of such discoveries as we allude to, but a very slight reflection will prove that the effects at the head quarters of discovery, will be altogether novel, startling, and probably almost entirely mischievous.— Nothing is so dangerous as rapidly ac- quired wealth ; human nature cannot stand under very sudden prosperity ; the old adage of " light come, light go," increases in force ...

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THE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 19 January 1849

THE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION.     We now complete our list of the draw- ing of the Bank of Australia properties. Upon the whole, Port Phillip appears to have fared rather badly in respect of prizes. At the same time it is scarcely to be deplored, for if Underbank had come this way, we should have been lottery mad directly. A Mr. Wells is advertis- ing plans of all the different properties, "from humble Hastings to lordly Under- bank," at very low prices, so that any ticket holder by forwarding his number to him, may very soon see authentic par- ticulars of his recently acquired property. Lot 7"37 6449] 10803' 1100, 63S1 1093 3U39 8863 9603 8107 9469 6088 10312 9316 8752 10237 «241 3186 1335 3013 3879 4584 8702 11214 10307 6443 546 5509 7731 2290 7542 2592 ¿8-.0 8168 3176 51-14, 5092 3618 U8b4 1779 545 530 2880 6874 60u5 5»63 2654 4927 9318 3183 5194 8060 4372 9314 2933 2069 6322 9523 425? 5355 5069 9645 9884 2141 8177 9700 75D3 9542 2433 10707 5330 6546 2699 ...

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