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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Police Office, Williams Town, July 20, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

PORT PHILLIP GOVERMIttENT GAZETTE, / Police Office, .William» Town, July 20, 1346. /fj^HE authorised Scale of Watertnens' Tures, / X '»* Williams Town and ilie North Bench, / íb published for gonoral information. Any, jinnies who moy he charged above the legnl¡ rate, are requested to apply for jedress at this, Office. ( <? h l SCALE Oi PARES. 1 j ! ; 1 £'.. d. Odo passenger from Williams Town to ' ' the North Shore.'0 '4 0 Two to si* ditto, each.'....' 0 Í 0 One passenger to and from s vessel at ' anchor in the Bay.*.0 2 0 T. wo to si\ ditto, each.0| J 6 One passenger from Williams Town or the shipping to IMelhouine. 10 0 Two ditto, each. 0 10 0 Three lo four ditto,.....070 Tjvetobix ditto. 0 6' 0 No. 1.-1 he above fares are to ana from the shipping, or places specified. A hont to orifiom Williams' 'J own or Aldbourne to be paid two shillings and sixpence au hour detention ; if to the shipping from either shore, if detained moro than n (juarter of nn houi, to be pjid nt t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

¿OB PRINTING. TlK'PíDÜO AttlïrtESPtCÎÏOltA INjOnSIED, THAT , OF ALL KINDS, 1 WILL BE EXECUTED AT THE SEABOURNE AIIG-US OITICE, lltyi neatness,accu)acy,and despatch. The Ivinter pmticnlaily invites attentwntto hs^ firhti)i¡of BOOK-W0WK, the whole of his ti/pe fir \\al pin pose bemg perfectly new, ai)d conse-1 ju«)»lj greatly tuperu»' Io any other office iii Mthune. ' /

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th July, 1846. TITLE DEEDS—PORT PHILLIP LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Colonial Secretary's Offico, , i , Sydney, 28th July, 1846. TITLE DLEDS- POUT PHILLIP LANDS. THE undermentioned Deeds have been trans- mitted from this Office to the Surveyor General, to ho afterwards despatched to the, Deputy-Registrar, Melbourne, for enrolment in the Supreme 'Court, Port Phillip, under the pro visions'of the Act of the Governor and Council; 5th Victoria, No. 21, when they will be for- warded to the Sub-Treasurer for delivery to the respective Urantees, on payment of the established fees theieou, viz. :- ' rUHCIlASE UNDEn CXI51INO nnow.Ai IONS. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. Proclamation of 30ik January, 1846. ;,,, ([ Deeds dated 21st May, 1846. 1. James Ford Strachan, 1 rood 20 perches, North Geelong, lot 1. '¿. Roheit Robinson, 2 roods, ditto, lot 2. 3. Robert Roberts, 2 roods, ditto,,lot 3. - . PORTIONS OF LAND. . Proclamation of 30(/i January, 1846. .Deeds dated 21st May, 1846. . 4. Robert Hoddle, 62 acres, Bourke, lot 1. 5. Thomas Budds Payne, 21 acres 1 rood 10 perches, di...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

POST OFFICE. Mails will close for the undermentioned places as follow - Plying Fish, for Hobart Town, to-morrow evening. ' Hero, for Portland and Porti Fairy, to-morrow evening, i Cityof Sydney, for Launceston, 26th instant.

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY.—AUGUST 14, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Oommerctal ïntelltgcnc*. SYDNEY.-Auoi-sr 14, 1846. Wheat Js advaaciug, and now sells readily at from 7s. to'7s. 6d, per bushel. Flour however is still dull of sale, at £15 per ton, Maize steady at 4s. 6d.'v Hyson Skin Tea (best'^3 ,15s. I to £3 17s. 6d. Sugar is rising and meets a brisk | sale at £20. Rum is lower and sells for 7s. 7s. 6d. is asked by holders. Best Brandy cannot j be obtained under 10s. Gd.

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PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. AUGUST 20, 1846. IMPORTS. IN EXTENSIVE AND REGULAR DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

PRICE CURRENT, MELBOURNE. August 20, 1846. mronTs. IN EXTENSIVE AND ItEOUlAIt DEMAND. £ s. d. Rwn, B.P , 10 o.p, .gallon 0 6 0 Blandy, Marteïl'i, ,',.7s to 0 8 Q Ate, vi bottle. Dimbai's't »..'../..\a J. dozen J 10 10 6 Alhopp's, t u. m. i 0 j1)1 6 OthtiLbrapdt,., .¡... " 0 11 6 I Aie m bulle, i h jj n/ ru " / i rf Bass .!.. ^i. < t.hogshead y jlA'on«! Alsopp's .......... . " 'JVpna ^ Oítón^/AJí. .' , ' '°r' 'Vio 0 (J i ? i " , Minn i M" mi /;»jfiu){ lStoul m'bottUl f » i » «i iff», f it i! <, ?"( í>iiWf)'íKu. .'V.'.".. .à.ozcn < ' Oao 6 Othe.lrand*..' .T,', * ""Ö1^ 6 Stout in bulk, f nui 7/j ' r Taylor's 1.ii..hogshead u ruVone f Ot/ici 6i ana's..'.'.'..',/ J " ïAine ' i U I i n í ¡ii a i Tea, Hysonshifi....,.,.,., ¡cjiept j ( ,4 ^ 0t Congou .,j " , ';5'1P; 0 Rice, good ordinat)/. ..>!.....,', u 0 ' 0j 2 Saif, Liverpool, com1»«, ton ..Jj'.1. ¡'3 10 0 ii i )- 1/ /< - SKgaiRation. ,,],<, ",,., , > ,i, - iHaidiiiHs i.... ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At Pentridge, 1st August, 1846-A black cow, white tail, supposed diamond of! shoulder, 5 with C under on thigh, illegible ribs : if claimed to be sold 1st September.-3s. 9d. At Melbourne, 31st July, i846-One yellow sided cow, white back, belly, and gray face, top of the off ribs PC under, supposed PC imperfect, a young heifer calf by her side : if not claimed, to be sold 24th August.-4s. 3d. At Morang Pound, River Plenty, 15th August 1846, u light brindle'bullock, fat, W11 rump, 4 behind shoulder, diamond off neck, diamond on buck near side ; a red poley" bullock, slit in the near ear, anchor on ribs, C on rump near side : if not claimed to be sold 7th September.-4s. 6d. At Melbourne, on the 1 lib August, 1846 One brindle cow, near thigh W with A under, off thigh MS, off ribs tomahawk brand, a young red bull, calf by her side ; one red heifer, hipped, top off both ears. On the 12th instant-one yel- low sided poley cow, stump tail, blind of one eye, near rump (Jil, off t...

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Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Court of Requests, FOU THE COUNTY OF BOUIIKE. NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for this County will be holden in Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-street, on'lMonday, the 7th September, 1046, and the following days, at the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints must he delivered at the office of the Registrar, on or before Saturday, the 29th day of August instant. Defences or sets-ofl* must be filed on or before Thursday, the 3rd day of Sep'cmber. Every plaint, defence, or set-oil', must have the name and residence of . plaintiff and defendant written thereon. In defended cases the plea of defence, or notice of set-off, must he in accordance with the forms prescribed by the late Rules of Court. ? By order of the Commissioner, G. S. GRIFFIN, Registrar. Melbourne, 10th August, 1846.

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Bridge Office, Melbourne, 11th August, 1846. Tenders Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Bridge Office, Melbourne, 11th August, 3646. Tenders Required. TENDERS will be rcceivod from persons willing to contract for the'exteusion of the PieratCoiio Bay, Geelong. The additions to the Pier to be of timber, 25 feet in width, and the tenders to state how fur the parties are willing to extend the addi- tions from the termination of the present Pier into the Bay. Plans, specifications, and form-of tender, may be seen, mid all otherinfonnatiou obtained uuily, at this office, between the hours of ten und one o'clock. The tenders to be deposited in the box at the west entrance of the new Government Offices, Melbourne, by noon of Saturday, the 29th day of Auguát instant. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, DAVID LENNOX, Superintendent of Bridges

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Depasture Licenses. MURRAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

¡Depasture licenses. MURRAY DISTRICT. THOSE Stockholder in the above named District, who hine Beut in a return of the stock depastured by them on the 1st of July last, to the Commissioner uf Crown Lands for the dis- trict, are informed that the several licenses are ready for delivery at the Sub Treasury, upon pay- ment of the feei directed hy the regulations issued by his Excellency the Governor, oa the 3Qch Jiuie, 1848. - I ? ii. B^ order of hisiHonortlieSupenntendont, , , W. LONSDALE, , Sub Treasurer. Sub Treasury, August 11,

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Depasture Licenses. COUNTY OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

»epasture Licenses. COUNTY OF'GRANT. PTÏ1II0SE Stockholders in the above named Jj_ District who have sent in a return of the stock depastured by them on the 1st of July last, to the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the dis- trict, arc informed, that the several Licenses are ready for delivery at the Sub Treasury, "upon payment of J.he fee directed by the. regulations is- sued by his Excellency, the Governor on,lho;30tli Junej- 1846i i,< ,.< ,., ¡ s, , , ' < , ?( By order of hiVHonor the Superintendent, '" /' ''! " , W. LONSDALE, 1 ' ' ' Sub Treasurer. Sub Treasury, August 11, 1846.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

REMOVAL. PLUMBING, PAINTING, GLAZING, WINDOW-GLASS, AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE. JOHN SUTCH IN returning thanks to his I riends mid Sup- porters for past favors, begs respectfully to inform them and the Public in general, that he has removed from Ins late residence to those com- modious premises next the Mecli »mes' Institution, where, from his long experience and well known ability and punctuality, he hopea to receive a continuance ol their patronage. August 5. St. Oeorg-c and the Dragon LONSDALE SI REE!, Opposite the Supreme Cowt Home, GEORGE SAY RESPTC1 FULLY announces to the public his having obtained a license for the spaci cious premises, the late residence of Sidney Ste- phen, Lsquirc ; and of his intention in future car- rying on the business of a fiiisi-iíati, Hoiix in such a mnnner as he trusts will render the most general satisfaction. 'lo professional gentlemen and parties attend- ing the Supreme Court, this Establishment will prove an acquisition of no oidinnry nature, fur- ni...

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IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

?'IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. Util RLCEIPTS and Disbursements of tho Emi- j gration Society for importing labour from | Van Diémen's Land, from the first day of April, to the first day of August, 1846. 11ECFI1 is, John Aitken .£11 10 O William lirebrace. 19 10 0 Archibald M'Lachlan.. 3 0 0 Donald Cameron.7 0 0 Johu Hepburn.12 10 0 John Murchison .2 0 0 Jame? Malcolm.10 0 0 William C. Yuille.4 10 0 I lurence Rostron.9 10 0 D.C.Simson.15 0 0 Peter Inglis .5 0 0 ' A.ondC. Birch.6 0 0' Goodman nnd Chencry 5 0 O i Idmuml Bnant .9 0 0 W.I II. Aiuudel.2 0 0 Curlewis and Campbell. 20 0 0 William Collyer.4 0 0 ' Jellrey, Brothers .7 0 O' Cay and Kaye .7 0 0 H. h Heimat .10 O 0 M F. Scobie .10 0 0 Chinery and Goodwin,. 4 IO 0 ilyan and Quinan. BOO) A. l\ Mollison.17 10 0 - Sylvester and Smith .... 5 10, 0 Simon Stuughton .10 0 Riddle and Hamilton .. 6 10 0 II nnd A. AY. Ruffy.... 3 10 0 Edward Cotton. 2 0 0 ' Roderick M'Kenzi. 3 10 0 > Henne and Gnce.6 0 0 William II. Bacchus.... 3 IO 0 ' Benjami...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Melbourne, 20th August, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Melbourne, 20th August, 1846. Sin-With reference to a letter headed "Miss Lord," which appeared in this day's Herald under the signature of " Humanitas," I beg leave to state, (as the Conductor of that Journal has made allusion to my name,) that as far as I am aware, " IIumanitas".is right and the Conductor of the Herald wrong in his comments on "Humanitas* " letter. In the first place Miss Macpherson's name was, or is, "Aim" and not "Ellen," and in the second place she left Melbourne for Sydney in the Britannia in '1839, as " Humunitus" states, mid not in the Britlomart as is stated by the Conductor. The Brittomart sailed hence for Hobart Town, with Miss Lord and others, much about the time that the Britannia, also hence, sailed for Sydney, but neither of the ill-fated vessels ever reached their destination. It will be in the recollection of many of your readers that part of the wreck of the Brittomart was picked up on Preservation Island, far ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Domestic Sníclüacn«. Tun Bank of Australasia.-The va- cancy in the Directorate ofthe Bunk of Australasia occasioned by the retirement of Air. Councillor Westby, some months since, has been filled up by the appointment of Mr. Alderman Bell to the office. Scrious Accident.-An accident of a serious nature and which very narrowly escaped being attended with fatal consequences, occurred to Mr. Aldermnn Condell, on Tuesday morning. The worthy Alderman had occabion to mount a ladder lo examine the progress being made in the fitting up of a steam'engine in his newly-erected brewery, and while thus engaged, the ladder, which had not been properly secured, slipped from its position, and the Alderman was precipitated bead foremost to ..the ground, a. depth ol about twenty feet. The violence of, the fall was,fortu- nately abated by the Alderman's striking against the ladder when falling, and though alighting bn his head, he providentially escaped without fer- ber injury than some seuous bruises...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

LATE ENGLISH NEWS, The Penyard Park, arrived at Sydney, brings intelligence only to the 18th April -not so late by ten days as we were pre- viously in possession of, via Adelaide. We fiud, however, in the Sydney Morn- ing Herald's summary the following ad- ditional items,of ^intelligence : The House of Commons met on the 17th of April, after the recess, and was employed in de- bating the first reading of the Irish Pacification Bill. The debate stood adjourned until the 2Uth. The accounts from Ireland continued to be very distressing. In many purls of the west of Ireland the people were only one degree removed from starvation ; riots and disturbances were the natural consequenccs,but no serious outbreak had occurred. Emigration to South Australia had been re- newed. A vessel with emigrants was to sail for Adelaide every month. Private letters mention that the shareholders of the Bank of Australia resident in London, had some hope that the " Bank Case" would be settled amicably, and w...

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TAHITI. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

TAHITI. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-I presume that you have received full details of the recent occur- rences at Tahiti: those, I mean, which have occurred since the failure of the French attack on the native fort of Hua hine in January last, and more particu- larly of the French attacks on the three strongholds at Tahiti during the months of May and June last. I do not, there- fore, enter into details of those transac- tions, but wish to call the attention of your readers to a brief review of affairs of that much-wronged and harrassed people, trusting that it may assist to keep up and extend in their favour the well-known sympathy and aid of their many thousand fnends in the Australian colonies. Having lately become minutely ac- quainted with the more recent transac- tions, and having bcfoiebeen or otherwise known the whole of the Fiench proceed- ings, I feel not the least hesitation asseiting-that theie is not any thing there which can willi the least p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

BJCYTiOa." I TO STAND THIS SEASON; At Springfield, Mount Macedon, fort y miles from Melbourne, THE imported draught hoH6 "BLYTHE," imported to Sydney in 1Ö4I, by Thomas Walker, Esq. " Blythe" was bred by Mr. Smith, of Airdrie, Lanarkshire, nnd got by Mr. 1'rowes' celebrated horse " Clydesdale Jock." Temi s :- .'. Three guineas each mare, groomage included one mare in five allowed to bona fide owners, N.B.-A well watered paddock for the mares, and every care taken, without responsibility. All mares to be paid lor on removal. D. FERGUSON. Imported in the "Eleanor Lancaster," by C. Tilly, Esq. T O .stand this season, Royal William was got by Royal Oak, who, iu'1026, won, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, the Mem- bers' Plate ot £50. At Chesterfield, a Sweep- stake of 10 subscribers, and another Sweepstuko of 10 sovereigns each, bíx subscribers; and'at Rugby the Town Pluteof £50. In 1837, beat Tirailleur on the Swinley course; at Bath, won the original 5 sovereign stakes, with £50 added ; at Goodwo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. August 19 -City of Sydney, schooner, Grant, master, from Launceston. Passengers (cabin) Rev. Mr. Jarrett, Mrs. Hide, and F. G. Dal- gety, .Esq.; (steerage)-Mrs. Earl, Mrs. Staff, Mr. and Mrs, Amos, Mrs. Warr, Martha King, Louisa Warr, Norah Warr, and Messrs. Wolf King, Selsby, Holl, Swanson, Earl, M'Arthur, English, Allen, Drover, M'Fee, Symes, Mor mau, A. M'Fee, Long, Gilmore, Hawkerswell, Dogherty. J. Gilmore, M'Leod, Smith, Russell, Burnes, Walker, Parsons, Bogley, and Farrell. G. W. Cole, agents. August 19.-Letitia, schooner, 73 tons, Stu- art master, from Hobart Town. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Carling. J. Brown, agent.   August 19.-Marys, schooner, Griffiths, mas- ter, from Hobart Town. Passengers-Mrs. Hawkins, Messrs. J. S. Lowe, P. Newby, and John Lowe. Jackson, Rue &. Co., agents. CLEARED OUT.       August, 18.-:Spec, schooner, Dice, master, for Sydney. Passengers-- Captain and Mrs. Wil...

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PORT PHILLIP SEPARATION.—No.47 [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, August 14th, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 21 August 1846

PORT PnlLLIP SEPARATION!. -Nd.'.'C [rnoM Olia own coirnisi'ONnhNi.] "dj -rr> , f gJtiney>, august 14',t 1846. íhe Rev Dr I nng in his evidence stated that he felt quite cnnhduit ofjthe truth ol the ni lega tions contained in the petition pi lying for se( ira ttóh;,-arld if seemed' tb'him tfi 8tiitc|pretty tully, thoj^ufie of ¿he inhabitants of the aiaiuct of Port Phillip It had appeared to lum-1 all nlongahat fhe physical situation W that part ol the Colony! j ¡jointed it oui as fiafuiMly designed lor u sepnate eojninuñity ailíl go\ernlncnt'} tbilt ¡the eiicum »lance o'f lia capilril being upon the Southern Oeiau, whilst ouis w'aä upoil the Pacihc, und all commerce of the distnot beinjj transacted with the yjidi tliern Country through that capital and not ,through Sydney, pointed it otitf ni hativially so ¡designed. His ideas had bc¿h perhaps more strongly diverted to tiie possible advantages that Tnight be denved by the inhabitants of Port ,Phillip,'frOrn then existence as au...

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