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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
IMPOUNDINGS. At Morang Pound, River Plenty, 15th August 1846, a light brindle bullock, fat, Wit rump, 4 behind shoulder, diamond off neck, diamond on back near tide ; a red poley bullock, slit in the near ear, anchor ou ribs, C on rump near side : if not claimed to be sold 7th September.-4b. 6d. At Melbourne, on the 11th August, 1846 One brindle cow, near thigh W willi A under, off thigh MS, off nts tomahawk brand, n young red bull, calf by her side ; one red heifer, hipped, top oil both ears. On the 12th instant-one yel- low sided poley cow, stump tail, blind of one eye, near rump UR, off thigh D, olFribs M lu dia- mond heart alongside, oil shoulder, MD ; ayoung grey heifer calf by her side : to be sold on the 4th September.-6s. 3d. At Bulleen, Upper Yarra, qne dark brown mnre, black point«, switch tail, cart breed, branded circle nnd bar (the bar running through centre of circle) off neck, has with her a last year's iron grey horse foal ; one chestnut mare, switch tail, "star in f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
For Sydney. THE "HIMALAYA," A 1 &nbsp; ship, 500 tons, Hew Burn, Esq., commander, will sail for Sydney on or about the 14th of &nbsp; September ; has very superior accommodation for passengers, and carries an experienced surgeon. For freight or passage inquire of the Captain at G. W. Cole's Wharf. LYALL, BAWTREE & CO., &nbsp; Agents, Cole's Wharf, Aug. 27. WANTED. TWO Wheelwrights who perfectly understand their business, and to whom liberal wages will be given. Apply immediately to, WILLIAM RENNIE. Corner of Little Collins and Swanston streets. Melbourne, September 3rd, 1846. [ADVERTISEMENT.] &nbsp; To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. SIR,—I, the undersigned, wish to contradict a statement which appeared in the Port Phillip &nbsp; Patriot, of September 3, headed "Coroner's In- &nbsp; quest," in connexion with the death of Margaret Henessy ; as I was a spectator of all the transac- tions. About three weeks ago, Mr. Oliver gave...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
Domestic Intelligence. PROTESTANT HALL.-The site fixed upon for the erection of the projected Protestant Hall is the vacant corner allotment at the junction of Stephen and Little Collins-streets, fronting the residence of Benjamin Heape, Esq , J. P., which has been purchased by the Building Committee for the purpose. The fund is rapidly increasing and it is expected that the building will soon be commenced. ANCIENT COIN.-A few days since a respectable female the wife of a true blue Orange- man, and herself as warm hearted a lass as ever danced jig to the tune of the "Protestant Boys," &nbsp; received among some change a sixpence of the reign of the "pious, glorious, and immortal" &nbsp; William the Third, coinage of 1692. The coin is in remarkably good preservation, the features of the great deliverer having stood the wear and tear of time without the slightest obliteration. The inscription is " Gulielmus III. Dei Grai" and on the obverse "Rex Mag. Br., Fra. et Hib."...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 17th August, 1846. Title Deeds—Port Phillip Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 17th August, 1846. Title Deeds---Port Phillip Lands. THE undermentioned Deeds have been trans- mitted from this office to the Surveyor Gene- ral, to be afterwards, despatched to the Deputy Registrar, Melbourne, for enrolment in the Su- preme Court, Port Phillip, under the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Council, 5th Vic. No. 21, when they will be forwarded to the Sub Treasury for delivery to the respective Grantees, on payment of the established fees thereon—viz :— PURCHASES UNDER THE EXISTING REGULATIONS TOWN ALLOTMENTS. Proclamation of 27th April, 1846. Deeds dated 18th July, 1846. 1. John Myles, 2 roods, North Geelong, lot 1. 2. John Satterthwaite Bolden, 2 roods, War- ringal, lot 2. 3. Daniel Stodhart Campbell, 2 roods, ditto, lot 4. 4. Thomas Hill Bardwell, 2 roods, ditto, lot 6 5. Ditto, 2 roods, ditto, lot 7 6. Adam Compton Thomson, 2 roods, ditto lot 9. 7. Ditto, 2 roods, ditto, lot 10. 8. Ditto, 2 roods, ditto, lot 11. PORTIONS...
AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE. WE have to acknowledge receipt of a volunte j by the Himalaya from London,' the production of nn acquaintance, late of this colony, entitled " Life in Australia Felix." AVe are not at liberty, at present, to mention the author's name. The work was printed, welearn, on a very limited scale, for private distribution. The book itself is an excellentsamplcof typography, and must have been produced at some considerable expense. We have glanced with n great degree of interest over the varied contents ; mauy scenes of old days are brought vividly to íecollection. AB an independent critic, we shall, however, en passvit, make one remark, that our author is occasionally too minute and prolix in his descriptions of facts aud occurrences, which cannot generally be very interesting, except to those who are familiar with the localities, or were connected with the events that are 'noticed. From this short review, we shall transfer the reader's attention to, CiiAi-rtn X11. A ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
Shipping intelligence*. ARRIVED. September -1.-(At Geelong) Swan River Packet, schooner, Lucas, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers--Mr. L. Lawreason, and &nbsp; sixty-seven in the steerage. September 3.--Precosia, Spanish barque, from &nbsp; Manilla. CLEARED OUT. September 1.-Augustus, barque, Rolls, mas- &nbsp; ter, for Sydney. Passenger--Captain Cain. September 2.--Henry, schooner, Mathieson, &nbsp; master, for Sydney. &nbsp; SAILED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; September 2.--Augustus, for Sydney. ! IMPORTS. August,. 31.--Margaret, schooner, from Circu- lar Head: 40 tons potatoes, T. H. Power. September 1.--Swan River Packet, from Ho- bart Town--13,000 feet timber, 300O feet wine wood, 2985 staves, Order. &nbsp; &nbsp; EXPORTS. September 1.--A ugustus, for Sydney--3 hhds wine, 11 cases and 2 casks preserved provisions. September 2.-- Henry, for Sydney--32 trusses hay. Passengers per Margaret (arrival in our ...
Executive Council Chambers, Sydney, 12th August, 1846. MELBOURNE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
Executive Council Chambers, Sydney, 12th August, 1846. MELBOURNE STREETS. HIS Excellency the Govenor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has directed it to be notified, in conformity with the provisions of the Act of the Govenor and Legislative Council, &nbsp; 2 Victoria, No 2, that the breadth of the foot- ways in the streets specidied in the subjoined tale, shall be twelve feet respectively, as shown on a plan submitted to the Govenor and Executive Council, in accordance with the provisions of the said Act, and consequently that it will not be law- ful for any person to erect any building within twelve feet of the curb-stone or exterior edge of the said footways. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NAME OF STREET &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CARRIAGE WAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; EACH FOOTWAY. &nbsp; TOTAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &am...
TO DOCTOR CANTWELL, ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF MEATH, EX-DEAN OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MAYNOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
TO DOCTOR CANTWELL, ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF MEATH, EX-DEAN OF THE ROYAL COL-LEGE OF MAYNOOTH. REV. SIR-I -have read lately in one of the newspapers of this city a letter pur- porting to be written by you, and another by a priest of the appropriate name of Savage, referring to that notorious con- vict Brian Seery. I can assure you, sir, these letters have given pain to every friend of peace and social order ; while they have added fuel to that flame that guides the footsteps of the midnight as- sassin ; they have convinced many, who heretofore were not willing to admit it, that there are to be found in this country, not only among the lower orders of the community but even amongthose who pro- fess to be ministers of the gospel, persons who would not hesitate to step forward &nbsp; &nbsp; and screen the assassin, by filling the public mind with prejudice and distrust against the administration of justice in this country. Your object in writing that letter was self-evi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
BLYTHE. ' , TO STAND THIS SEASON, ?At Springfield, Mount Macedon, forty miles frost Melbourne, THE imported draught horse " BLYTHE," imported to Sydney in 1841, hy Thomas Walker, Esq. , ' u " Blythe" was bred hy Mr. Smith, of Airdrie, Lanarkshire, and got by Mr. FroWes' celebrated horse " Clydesdale Jock." Tenais :- ( Three guineas each mare, groomage included one mare m five allowed to bona fide owners. N.B.-A well watered paddock for the mares, and every caro taken, without responsibility. All mares to be paid for on removal. D. FERGUSON. PAUL JONES Lower Marshes. Aucust 6th, 1846. SIR-I have sent you the pedigree of my mare, nicknamed " Bouncing Nan," so called by a parcel of grooms that could not ride her. She was imported a brood mare from England, was never broken in, and never was docked. Her and Fairy were imported fifteen years ago, and sold by auction thirteen years since ; Octavia for sixty guineas ; tiley supposed she would not breed in this country, not having had a foa...
THE BATTLE OF THE SUTLEJ. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
THE BATTLE OF THE SUTLEJ, by. E. K. S (From the Sydney Morning Herald ) The archangel's trump, not glory's, must awake &nbsp; &nbsp; Those whom they seek for. Though the sound of fame May for a moment soothe, it cannot slake The fever of vain longing.— CMILDE HERALD &nbsp; 1. &nbsp; I heard a voice of wailing rise upon the battle plain, &nbsp; &nbsp; The murmur of the dying, and the requiem for the slain ; &nbsp; The fever 'd groan of misery, fell heavy on mine ear, &nbsp; &nbsp; As I look'd adown that blood-red field of car- &nbsp; nage sad and drear; And thrilling with its sadness, through the wild &nbsp; triumphant cry, &nbsp; &nbsp; That clarion-like to heaven rose, in shouts of victory, &nbsp; The haunting tone of misery, with cold and heavy breath, Told of the thousand warriors there, that slept the sleep of death. 2. I heard a voice of wailing rise, within a savage ...
DISTRICT PETTY SEEIONS. Tuesday, 2nd September, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
DISTRICT PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 2nd September, 1846. &nbsp; Before Major St. John (chairman), James Smith, Charles Hutton, John Carr Riddell, and G. C. Curlewis, Esqrs. PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENCES. Mr. Thomas Clarke applied for a publican's &nbsp; general license for his newly erected premises at Violet Town, on the Sydney Road, to be known as the Royal Mail Hotel. Granted, conditional upon Mr. Commissioner Smyth's report as to the suitableness of the premises. Mr. Reay Clarke, of the Sunday Creek, applied for the extension of his wine and beer license to a publican's general license. Refused. Mr. John Smith applied for a publican's gene- ral license for the premises at Mount Macedon formerly the Bush Inn. Granted, conditional upon the transfer of the squatting license from Mr. Stokes the present occupant. Mr. John Carpenter, applied for a publican's general license for premises at the River Loddon. The application was supported by Mr. John Stephen, and opposed by ...
THE STATE OF IRELAND. (From the Times, 18th April.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
' THE STATE OF IRELAND. (From the Times, \Qth April.) THE Minister will probably after last night's reiterated experience think that never statesman was cursed with so ob- stinate and impracticable a body of ma hgnants as the liish Repealers. It is not, however, within the walls of Par- liament that his chief difficulty exists. There is a foice in events which is 'stronger than faction, more convincing t)ian argument, more affecting than elo- quence, and such is the foice which is now baffling and paralyzing the Pre- mier. Ireland is starving. Her popula- tion aie plundering ships and stores. Pood can only be conveyed under strong escort. All who can are quitting her shores.1 Fortunate are they who can raise the means. " Our quays are co- vered," says the " Corle Examiner," " with crowds of healthy and well-clad peasantry piepanng to seek a livelihood and a " íetiige in other lands fiom the poverty of this." Meanwhile clearances pioceed with increasing rigour. Village after village ...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. " I never seek the battle, nor shun it when it comes." OSSIAN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Still arm'd with truth the threatening beast &nbsp; &nbsp; I scorn, And take this bellowing monster by the horn." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir-Not being a subscriber to the Herald, and no copy of it coming to my neighbourhood, it was through an unexpected occurrence which caused me to pass through the country, that call- ing at an inn for refreshment, I heard a number of gentlemen commenting upon E. K. Horn's letter, which appeared in the issue of that paper (the Herald) of the 20th instant. Ihese reports were not-favourable to Mr. Horn's veracity-for one of the parties jocularly remarked, that Mr. H surely meant to convey his ideas in the byeword " That an lrishman is never peaceable but when he is fighting." I got a peep into the paper, where I found Mr. Hor...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 4 September 1846
DIED, &nbsp; At the Upper Hunter, on the 22nd ult., James Bowman, Esq., formerly Inspector-General of Hospitals, for the Colony. Being speared by the blacks, at his station on the Murray River, on Sunday, 23rd August last, Mr. Andrew Beveridge, Jun., A. M., a native of Dunfermline, Scotland, aged 24 years, much and justly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. At Little Flinders-street, on the 1st instant, Thomas James, aged 2 years and 2 months ; &nbsp; eldest son of John Mackhose, Bookseller, Collins-street.
Depasture Licenses. COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
Depasture Licenses. COUNTY OF BOURKE. THOSE Stockholders, in the above named ' county, 'who have sent in a return of the stock depastured by them on the 1st July last, to the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the County, are informed that the several licenses are ready for delivery at the Sub-Treasury, upon payment of the fee directed by the Regulations issued by his Excellency the Governor on the 30th June, 1846. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, W. LONSDALE, Sub-Treasurer. Sub-Treasury, August 15, .1846.
Depasture Licenses. COUNTY OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
Depasture licenses. «JUUNIY OF GRANT. THOSE Stockholders in the above named 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, aro informed that the .sovernl Licenses are ready, for; delivery at the Sub Treasury, upon payment of the feo directed/by the regulations is- sued by his Excellency iihe Governor on the 30th June, 1846. , By order'of his Honor the Superintendent, ' W. LONSDALE, Sub Treasurer. Sub Treasury, August 11, 1846.
Depasture Licenses MURRAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
DepastureXiícexises MURRAY DISTRICT. THOSE Stockholders in the above named District, who have sent m a return pf the stock depastured by them on the 1st of July^ast, to the Commissioner of Crowir*d-,and8 for the dis- trict, are informed that the several licenses arc, ready tor delivery at the Sub Treasury, upon pay- ment of the fee directed by the regulations issued by his Excellency the Governor, 'on the'30th June, 1846. ' ' " By order of his Honor the Superintendent, W. LONSDALE, Sub Treasurer Sub Treasury, August 11, 1846.
Public Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
Public Accounts. CONSIDERABLE inconvenience having been frequently experienced by persons, who have to make payments into the Sub lreasury, sending cheques and cash through the post, and the sum ¡>o sent being often an in- correct amount, it is hereby notified that no tender of payment will be tuken at the Sub Treasury, Unless it is made personally by the Individuul from whom the money is due, or by his authorised agent. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, ' W.'LONSDALE, >, . ,,'Sub-Treasurer. Sub-Treasury, Mclbourni, 22ad'August,.'] 8'46.;¡j
THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
THE TOWN COUNCIL. Tur. Town Council meets on Thursday next, at three o'clock, v. m., for the trans- action of the following business : (1111)1 US OF lill. DAY. 1. To consider aud determine upon the Reportof the Maiket Committee, received at lust Council Meeting ; also, a Report from the same committee recommending certain improvements in the Cattle Yards. 2. To consider and order upon a report from the Public Works' Committee-1st, On the subject of the level of the footway on the north side of Collins-street, between Elizibeth and Swanston streels. 2. Recommending that a survey should be made with as little delay as practicable of the streets of Melbourne, indicuting the levels whii li should be adopted, auduny encroachments which may have been made on the line of the Streets : and that should assistance be required by the Surveyor for this purpose, the same be obtained. 3. To consider and determine upon a Report from the Legislative Committee recommending for adoption by the Counci...
POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 8 September 1846
post n-office;' LIST of Letters detuined pt lh|s Office for sea postage, due undei the Ace of the Go vernor mil Gouuei), 2nd Ve > ^° '?» und which must be paid before the letters can be. for warded -? Bel), Llizabeth, Divey street, Hobart Town, VDL Coote, 1 liornas, Dovvdstown, County of Louth, Ireland Cox, Mrs , Ar£f}le street, Hobart Town, V D L Crowther, Maru, Richmond, V D L Crooker, Llizabub,Sorrel) lown, VDL Cnrowdl, George, 38th l»egt, Gibraltur 1 Ider & Co , ¡Messrs , Adelaide 1 iwns, John, I aunceston, V D L iurle\, lhomus, Wellington street, Launceston, VOL Iraser, Mrs Agnes, rdmburgli I liol man, Joseph, llobirt i own, V D I Holdiiig, Joseph, Church line, Launceston, VDI Jewitt, I Hen Swan Ruer Dunn, 1 liornas, County Louth, Irehnd Clancy, 1 liornas or John, Main street, Iipp»rary, Ireland Mercy, Solomon, River Is ile, V D L. Morris, Geoige VDI Mornsh, John, Hobart Town, VDI 'Wdam, Thomas, I auitceston, \ D L nicholson, Lsq , John, Launceston, VDL Norm in, Mr ,...