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THE MELON, ITS VARIETIES, AND ITS CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

THE MELON,. ITS VARIETIES, AND ITS CULTI VATION. We remember the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks and the onions, and the garlick, which we did eat in Kgyut freely. — Numbers, xi. 6. From the Custom House Returns of the first quarter of 184:1, it will be seen, that the colonists of South Australia have commenced the exporta tion of this valuable and delicious fruit, to the neighbouring colonies, and, from the allusions to this article of export, which have since appeared in the Hobart Town and Port Phillip papers, there appears likely to be a continued outlet in these directions for the superabundance of our South Australian melon produce. As the season for the culture of the melon has now approached, and as there is every prospect of the fruit being extensively cultivated during the present year tor the purposes of exportation a short paper upon the varieties and most approved method of cultivating this article may not be un acceptable to the readers of the South Australian...

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LAUNCESTON PRSON SURRENT, OGRRECTED TO MARCH 19, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

[?] vttd'andSmiiEr-' tf'f'-U 5!*'«K- S-MMA) BOTTHBD— :- ':' ???.???????.??.:?? ?..?.?:;;*? V'v'j Dunbar's.....'.peMioz. .0 H . 0 ?.', 0 |8 fl Tayjor's and others ', Oil? ,Q -|)11 8 Beb»t- ... . ' . ' ''.., , . , . 7' Porter, Taylor's.perhhd. scarce ' 810 0 Elliott's,'..;.'.'.;'' ' i'pO ^15 « Trueman's ? . ' 4 ;6 0 fe 6 O Hoare's. ? ' 4 0 0 4 16 0 Bottled — ' : Dunhams ? per doz. Oil 0 0 12 6 Taylor's and others ?( 0 10 0 0 li 6 SPIItlTSrr Brandy ? per gall. 0 6 0 0 06 Rum, proof B.P. '.' 0 4 0 0 4 6 Hollands, in wood pale.. ; : '? ? ? 4-gall. cases 4 0 O 4 10' 0 ; Fruits— ? '? ?' . '?- ?.. '? y Currants, Zante, per lb. 0 0 7 0 A 9 Raisins, Muscatel; ' 0 vO 8 0 0,10 Smyrna.. ' ? - Cape'...:. ' 0 0 6 0 0 7 Wines.. ' ' ': ' ;' .' ' Sherry, wood;. Iper pipe 45 0 0 0 O;p Bottled, .perdoz. 1 12 0 0 0 0 Port, wood ? per pipe i ? ?-. Bottled...per doz. 1'15 0 0 0 0 Tka— . ... : .. ? . ? -... Hyson Skin... per chest 10 0 0 11 0 0 Hyson ? ' 12 0 0 16 0 0 Bohea. ? ' Congou ? ' 10 0 0 IS 0 0 So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

-Oa3?lP, &****'*». P&fr jStpic^t and Fores; Farms for Culttyatton to be Xet J-j the Van Piemen's Xiand Company. THE Cotapagy propose to let Cattle iEarmi at the Surrey Hills, 6n the following terms -.— * Each Farm to consist of not less than « ?square mile, which may be selected out o: 00,000 acres. With each Farm will be let 1( Cows and 10 Two-year old Heifers or Steers, t- ?be paid for in Cash or Stock of equal value at the -end of four years. The Rent for the Land and Stock included wili be 2s. per acre, and the Tenant wili hBve the right to lay out the first three years rent in fenc ing, t At Emii Bay, and on the Main-land of Circular Head, the Company propose to Let Forest Farms of SO acres and upwards, adapted for cultivation at 2s. per acre, and giving the Tenant the same right to lay out the first three years rent in fencing. To every Tenant will be insured the right to purchase his -farm at the end of seven years, or so soon after as the Company are empowere...

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Launceston Shipping list ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

?-?' UaunrrBion Shipping Hist. ' ARRIVALS. March 16. — Schooner C/uxllenger, 89 tons, Uohertson, muster, from New Zealand; Connolly & Co., agents. DEPARTURES. March 14.— Steamer Corsair, 186 tons, Bell, master, for Port Phillip; .1. Raven, asent. Passengers, — Air, 1. Douglas. Mr. H. Clayton, Mr. J. liolden. Mr. C. N. Campbell, Mrs. Bell, Mr. Alexander, Francis Klliott. Anne Wakefield, Mrs. Scotland four children, Emma Cox. March 15.— Brig Tar, 263 tons, Langley, master, for London : Henty & Co., agents. Passenger, — Mrs. Mary Laneley.' March 15. — Brig Henry, 107 tons, Grainger, master, for Port Phillip; K. P. Tregurtha, agent. Passengers, Mr. J. W. ir.oach, Thomas Cochrane. Mardi 17 ? Brig Phantom, 142 tons, Langster, master, far Port Louis ; Connolly & Co., agents. Passengers, Mr. Jiernard. Mr. C. Gilles. March 18 ? Schooner Tamar, 117 tons, CulbeHson, master, for Sydney ; J Raven, agent. Passengers,— Air. 11. Ross, Master G. Ross, John Slater. IMPORTS. Ve...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. Sir, As I havo no doubt sooner or later very serious differences will occur amongst the Colonists upon the subject of Irrigation, 1 would fain point out to them, before it is too late, the evil consequences and litigation that may arise, unless some rule be adopted, respecting the period for turning off the water from its natural channel. We will take for instance the North bsK. Jn the lirst place 1 may observe that to call the streams of this Colony, rivers, is ridiculous, for they are commonly mere rivulets, except after rain, when they become for a brief period mountain streams or tor rents. Now, it is quite clear that if a rettler far up towards the source of Ihe North Ksk, throws a dam across and thus diverts a portion of the water which cannot return because it, (or at all events a portion) is absorbed by his land, of course the next person beljw will find a difference in the body of the stream. Let him throw across another dam; and so ...

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Hobart Town Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

Hobart Town Shipping. March 15— Arrived the schooner Industry, Houghton, from Liunceston, with oats. 15— Arrived the schooner Isahellu, Gardiner, from Launceston, with sundries. March 11 —Sailed the brig Sir John Bt/ng, 169 tons, Ellis for Sydney, with sundries— passengers, Captain and Mrs. Riddel!, Mr. 13. Ucins, Mr. Ruddcrforth. Mr. Dncan. John Chambers. J4— Sailed the bark Brilliant, 338 tons, Ritchie, for Twofold Bay. in ballast. 14— Sailed the brig Lord Hobart, M'Callum.for Two fold Bay, in ballast. 15 — Sailed the Mdiard Webb, M'Lachlan, for Sydney. J5-Sailcd the schooner Naiad, Carr, for Port Phillip, with sundries— passenger, Mr. C. J. Whytc. 17— Sailed . the schooner Mariner Watson, 146 tons, -Douglas, for .Sydney. 18— Sailed the ship Lord Amherst, 328 tons, Hopkins, for Sydney.— ff. T. Courier.

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

THE t&MNCESTOH COURSER. MONDAY, MARCH 21 'J'he Indian and Arab nre daily expected at this Pint n-illi ;i large nuintar of emigrants, and a question .of tlie (rival est importance arises in our miiul;— has any adequate jnwision been made for their reception ? What is to lie done wilb them on their arrival ? Where will they p0 to » Or what will they do ? They must linve food mid shelter at the very least ; hut we doubt whether this very rational idea lias occurred to our Government. Indented servants will soon meet with some provision.; but the majority in all probability will not belong to this class. The season of labour has nearly expired ; the harvest has ended, the demand lor farm labourers has ceased. Surelv then, those who have been induced to Abandon their homes, in expectation' of meet irtgwith immediate employment on their arrival here, ave entitled to protection and support from the Government, should circumstances frustrate ?these expectations ? There is something:...

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Ship Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

S-m fHatln. To PORT PHILLIP, via GEORGE TOWN, on Wednesday, 23rd instant. To SYDNEY, by Thoma* Crisp, on Thursday, 24lh instant; by Cecilia, on Monday, 21st instant. To LONDON, by /VornwtaU, on Saturday, the 26lh; 1 by ? Ladp Emma, on Tuesday, the 22nd ; by Agm-tmn, on or about the 7th April; by Emu, on or about the blh April; by Kvdora, via Hobart Town, on Monday^ 26th instant; ' ' St. John E. Browne, Postmaster.

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LAND VERSUS WATER LOTS. A talc of the Little Frenchman, in New York. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

LAND VERSUS WATER LOTS. A tala of the Little Frenchman in New York. Ivouk into those they call unfortunate, /nd closer viewed, you'll fiod iheyare unwise. ' ? ? Youno. f . Gentle reader, do you remember Monsieur ' Poopoo I He used 4o keep a small toy store .in Chatham, near tne corner of Pearl Street! You must recollect him, of course. He lived there for many years, and was one of the most polite and accommodating ofshopkeepers. When-a juvenile you have bought tops and marbles' m -him a thousand times. To.be sure you hare;' -and seen his vinegar-visage lighted up with a smile'as you filing him the coppers ; and you have laughed at his little straight queue and his dimity breeches, and all the other oddities that made up the every day apparel of my little Frenchman; ? Ah, I perceive you recollect- him how. Well, then, there lived Monsieur Poopoo ever since he came from 'dear delightful Paris,' as he was wottj; tp call the city, of his nativity —there he took in tee pennies for nis ki...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

THE XKABBLETS, ' The contract for 10,000 bushels of wheat, advertised for by the Commissariat has been taken at a fraction under seven shillings, iy Charles lleid Esq., of Norfolk Piains,Mme;of the tender* were as high as nine shil lings, UiSidlfficiilt to.obtajn more -than six and six bencejcash; but sale* have been effected, at long credit at prices varying from; 7s- 6d. lo 84. These, however, ore not a criterion of the market price. ; '.',' . Soppr.T Mi i.ii. a d ». d - Wheat-. ., --- 4610 66 Fine Flour - - - - - - ? ? 20' 0 22 0 Seconds- ...... ,.,. . 17 0 180 . Kations - ? - - 16 0 18 0 . : Harley .-_----- go 6 6 Oats ..-.-.-..- 40 4 4 /Bran.- - .i ...... ,1 4 14! Union Stum Milm. V . «. * ** ; *.*? 0- **? tybeet ..«.-.. 5 0@ 0* J 0m ? ._,.4*,@ 6,# Barley „„._,: fi 0 „ 7 « I JHnUe..,..,...;*) 0 „?. Oft Pollard..- ? 1 3 „ O* J «mn ....... 1 4 n O 0 Hour, first quality . ..-..?? ' SU} .Ditto, second ditto -'' -' *ttfa»erspopjbs. Ditto, third ditto ? . ?.'?i! Js;| ?? ?: ?' *o»«B«i...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

china/ We re-publish in our present number, the extra we issued on last Friday night; and under the head of Chusan, &c, our readers will find: a circumstantial account of the cap ture of the towns of Tinghae and Chinhae. Ensign Jewell, of H.M'b. 55th regiment, was tne officer wno was killed in the action at Tinghae It is reported that expectations are enter tained by the high English authorities that the Chinese Government were about to make some overtures. Probably Keshen may be again deputed on the part'bf. his imperial master, to *ndeavbur^b'cajole the BWtish au thorities one* more. §£-;. . ?--?'? '*i f&r, K'- 1 CHU8A?lf|I'b|lNH^rN|N:6f0, AMOY. .. The ^rtcf sa^ved,|u gl^ng^on^ ' JBay this morning from the eastward ; last from Amoy. We hasten to lay before our subscribers, in an extra, the intelligence shelvas brought. It is reported that Admiral Sir William Parker does not return to this province, as was expected from the information brought by H. F. M's. corvette...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE Friday, March 11, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE Friday, March 11, 1842. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, ttardi 4, 1842. ? Notice islierebv given, that the following claims for Grants will be reidy for examination, by the Commis sioners appointed for (hat purpose, upon «r immediately after the 4th day of May next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered James Lord, Foreelt, Pembroke, 57 acres. 2 rood, originally H. Ho inson, whose, assignee conveyed to the applicant.— Bounded on the west by IS chains from the south-west angle of a location to Thomas M'Cann, on the south by 41 chains easterly along the aforesaid location tn James Gordon, thence on the east by 13 chains 30 links nonherly also along the lastmen tioned location and a location to Thomas Al'Cnnn, and thence on the northern side by A westerly line along the last-mentioned location to the point J-f commence ment. . ??:?.-?' Benjamin Home, Wincantpa and iless, Somerset, 1004 acres, originally Benjaniln Home.— Bounded on the we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

fTlHEiaM»««sfoB Courict;vn\l be published every X Monday morning andde'spatched by that days post to all parts of the country. It will contain a summary of all the important notices in the Gazette of the preceding. Saturday. The terms of subscription are 6s. Od. per quarter, payable in advance, single numbers 6d. January 1. ? ?JVT OTIC E.— All Communications intended -v^tI for insertion in this Journal must be ad dressed 'To the Editor of the Launeeston Courw Charles-street.' Our Contemporaries are alsr requested to address their Journals in the samo manner. Notice to Advertisers. \ LL advertisements sent tothis Journal except Jpiiingifrom.Subspribersmustbepsidpndeliyery otherwise they will not be' inserted, -as iiouocounts will for the future be opened for noBrSubscribers. The Launeeston Courier affords a very desirable medium for advertising, since all advertisements published therein, are gratuitously inserted in the Launeeston Advertiser, an arrangement which of fers great advan...

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POETRY. MY CHILDHOON'S HOME [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

: POBTtrc. . MV rmiLDHOOD's HOME. -i .iived scenes of childhood's floj»*ry-»ys, . Whose memories haunt my later days. Soil bound in you. old friends appear With all tlu- charms that marie them dear : -fn whatsoever region placed ? 'On boundless sea, or lifeless waste— Where'er 1 yet through life may roam. No home go sweet as childhood's home. The weary wanderer lured from thee — Though bright his change of fortune be ; Though fairer scenes may soothe the eye, Thandislant Britain's summer sky; Tho' nobler mansions bless his lot, Whose home was once the simple cot— Yet, oh I what change, what scenes can part The home of childhood from the heart? Green be the fields, and sweet the flower*. Where once I spent my infant hours; The wild bird's song was music then — My daily walk some wood or glen : There's not a hill or valley green, Where 1 have once with playmates been, Hut glows as bright ? though years are bye — As once they seem'd to heart and eye. There's not a thought of former bli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

Tot London.— XFith. all despatch, jrt^Xr THE Splendid, New, British-built *2*j3^w ship AOOSTINA, A 1 burthen { jgSfjHM. 400 tons, W. Peiirv, commander, ??RawSSii!. Tlie sailing qnalites of (his vessel are well known ; the greater part of her enrgo is erupted, and as she take* no oil, it renders her very desirable for a wool cargo. For terms of freight or pnssace, having superior accommodations, apply to jlenty. and Co., Con nolly and Co., or J. DOWN & Co, January 1. Tor Xiondozii WILL HAVJ5 PROMPT DISPATCH. *,«- THE .remarkably fast-sailing Barque -jaa^, LADY EMMA, Thomas, Buckland. \&&3Rs£ .commander. A small quantity of wool TSSSeBcan only 'b'e engaged for this vessel, and passengers desirous of dispatch may insure it. ?'?? ? ' For freight or passage, apply to ;. JAMES RAVEN. Launceston, 'February 9, 1842. fob Xitmoote. j-.E^- THE Pine, ' FastUailinp: Barque JQ3^ E M U , -Ay.-. A. Howard, SjJTRJra* Commander, will load. all Wool. ^^TTIEm a* *ue Wharf, for t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 21 March 1842

MARRIED — On Tuesday the 15th March, at Norfolk Plains, MR. W. DODERY, to Miss MARY WEBB, daughter of Mr. W. Webb of the same place.   DIED. — On Saturday the 12th instant, DANIEL ROBERT- SON, ESQUIRE, brother to MESSRS. J. & W. ROBERTSON, of Hobart Town, and JAMES ROBERTSON, ESQUIRE, of Laun- ceston, aged 33. DIED — On Saturday morning at Killafaddy, MR. ANDREW   SIBBALD, aged 45 years. The Funeral will leave his late residence at the Cataract-Mill, on Monday, at half past 2 o'clock, and the Friends of the de- ceased are invited to attend.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 March 1842

TLTTTAJfTED by a married couple, ' without'-fBi - t * incumbnuice, situations 5 either in towti of eduntry, the man as Assistant Glerk, -jr Stores fcBeper, (has no objection to make Himself other wise useful, where his services, iriaj,' be regvurfed^) and his wife as Laundress or Housemaid. Satisfactory testimonials can be produced. Ap ply - I. C. at the Office of the Launceston Adver tiser, Charles-street, (if by letter post paid.) Lauuceston, March 22nd 1842. ^17 ANTED, a steady respectable waiter at » » the Launceston Club House, none need apbly, unless satisfactory reference can be given. March 23rd, 1842. * ' ? LI ? WANTED a daily tutor competent to Im part good instruction to five youths. A. gentleman fully qualified would be amply com pensated. References will be required, address to Mrs. Cox, St John-street, Lauhoeston. WANTED, a situation as Nursery-Governess, . , or to do plain needle work ; the country would be preferred. Apply, if by letter, post paid, to A. B., at the O...

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ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 March 1842

ANTARCTIC EXP£DFjab?fe'4:;-: Thfe following extirac't from'^ jk jletter j^fritr; ten to a friend in England, by Captain /Ross j after his voyage lastiyearj will*; be- read; with interest: ' ? ?? ' ' , :, ?'.,,.:'??,, .;?'? .-?. Under all circumstances, Jt ?; appeared tome that it would conduce- more^d- the', advancement .of. that fcrancb ;of, s*ience.-:&T-i?wWchs»hw-,expedit«-Bgiat, been.inora';eB^ally.l|»fntT'.fti^Vi!»:*«!l1.*«.i.,^!'L:-IlS', xtension of »ur. . 'gePKrapBlcal, knowledge of:,, Jhe Antariic^KBlphVjto'enoeavotir.wppnetrate to the iuutnvwrajflji abbu'tiVei7qth'4egre'e of /eii«'.tongitudev by which *heiiiody)iafrilc oval, anathe'pbintewUyiie tweenlhetwD«bbi*F,«re»ter magnetic Intensity wight' She pasted oyerflaBd! determined, and directly, between ihe tracks of (the Russian 'navigator, Bellingshausen, andouwwp Captain Jnmei .Cook, and after entering ihc Anureticilrcle, to »teef wuth-weBlerly toward* the Pole, rattier Asp attempt to approach It directly from the n...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE Friday, March 18, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 March 1842

FltOM Trf E HdB ART TOWN G AZKTTE Friday, Marcli 18, 1842. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. March 4, 1842. — Notice is hereby given, thnt the following claims for Gnnts will be ready for examination, by the Commis sioners appointed for that purpose, upon oi immediately after the 4th day of May next, on or before which day anv caveat or counter claim must tip pntorpri James Lord, Forcett, I'embroke, 57 acres, 2 rood, originally H. Ro'uinson, whose assignee conveyed to the applicant ? Bounded on (be west by 15 chains southerly along a location to James Gordon commencing from the south-west angle of a location to Thomas M'Cann, on the south by 41 chains easterly along the aforesaid location to James Gordon, thence on the east by 13 chains 30 links nonherjy also along the lastmen tioned location and a location to Thomas M'Cann, and thence on the northern side by a westerly line along the last-mentioned location to the point of commence ment. Benjamin Home, Wincanfon and Ross, Somerset, 1004 acres...

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THE MELONS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 March 1842

THE MELONS. (Continued from our last.) _ Of the water melons, the following is a desorip tipn of the varieties best worth cultivating, as furnished by Mr. Bailey. The first of these was produced from seed received by Mr. Bailey from Bio de Janeiro, shortly after his arrival in die province, having a light green skin, with a beau tiful pink' flesh, and a small red seed, and being of around, plump form. A melon of this variety weighing twenty-four pounds, was produced at the late horticultural exhibition, and was pro nounced by the parties who partook of it as of J £rst-rate flavor. Another variety, in many respects ; similar to the former, but with a much smaller I fruit, was introduced from Syria, arid has been | cultivated in the botanical gardens. The seed of the. latter may easily, be distinguished from the former, by its being- ilxirgei^a4so£;ti lighter color, and from- its haTing.-#'3wKp»ai'gin. A third variety, which is rather lighter in. appearance,aud which has a cream-color...

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