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Executive Council Chambers, Sydney, 12th August, 1846. MELBOURNE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

Executive C"»inct/ Chambea, &ydncy,il2th August, I846j MELBOURNE STREETS. HIS'Eiw/loiM!!/' the Góveriior,'with: the advice ? i:><íifthe Executive Council^ h'as directed'ii' tl)'i«?:hptí/«rf(.^»'tpl^brWiryÉlilrtfc.'1n'«''prw»»î()hi!'o/', UtAcfofthrßovernot and Legislative''CouUcilf 2 Victoriano 2, that the ?'b'kàdth of 'the'foal- '? ways in the streets specified i« the'subjoined .table,' tball:be tiiielve feet .'respectively, as 'shewn'on h plan submitted" i«-'': the1 Governor' and :Ex'èciitim Council, in accordance with the provisiaiis of thi taidiAct, ana\'çoi\s'équently that itmtt-not:, b&Mèl) juif or any person to, erect- any building: .within, twelve feet.of the curb-ftone or exterior edge cf.. the; U.idfüOt~U'a¡jS.:\i:x *,'. ,,%..!. ..'?.:'.'.. 'i: ;¡.. i KÄME..OF, ÇTREÏ.T. !.ïpT,4L. l)#"!,NdR+H i'icEL '.''i''nouBNl;.i , :': ïlinders'itm.i^. (between ¡Spender und King-streets) WlnderBistrëét...'. (betweénKÍ!¡gTnhtí . Spridg^stretts) Collins-street....

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

THE CONSTITUTION. A rumour has for some time been preva- lent (hat the new Secretary of State for ¡the Colonies (Mr. Gladstone) finding that the existing constitution of New South Wales is not working well, proposes introducing a Bill, during the present session of Parliament, for the alteration and amendment of the existing New South Wales Act, by the substitution of Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly for the present mixed Legislature. We have not hitherto taken any notice of this report, and we do so now only in order to declare our disbelief of the ex- istence of any such intention at the pre 'sent. That an, alteration .will take place eventually we do not doubt, but consider- ing that three only out of the five years probation assigned for the experiment have as yet been gone through, it is ex- ceedingly improbable that the existing state of things will be interfered with, and particularly by a Secretary of State new in, Office, and necessarily unac- quainted with the state of a...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

POST OFFICE. Mails will close for the undciineutioned places as follows,-i, i J(Iimalaya, for Sydney, this evening l'ieciosa, for'Hobart l'own, 20th instant. J'igiess, for Adelaide, 2.4,tb liistant.

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SUPREME COURT. FOURTH TERM, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

SUPREME COURT. FDURTII TERM, 1846. The Fourth] Term commences on Tuesday, the 20iii oj Octobei, and ends on Saluiduy, the 1-li/i uj Novembei, 1846 Motion Days -Tuesday, 20f/i October, Satur dai), 24f/i, luesday, 27(/i, óufuiffav, Jlst, Tuts dall, 3d Nowinbei , Satuulay, 1th, Tuesday, lOtk, and Satui dall, \4th Upon twin) Causis-Wednesday, 21it Oc tobei. All undijended lausri to le set donn foi this day, piovidul the dejendant s lune for file idtn¿ shall have tipil ed in sufficient time jot thal pin pose-and if such time shall not hau cipnui, then such cause may h set doma foi ami day uppnnlul foi tin. ti illnjdejended causes, before a iuiy oj joui special ¡mon Causis ioiiu mufd ii y a Jua y oi I nun si ici ii Jynoits .-U''idtuida-y,2lU Oold\ei , / adnu, Z3rd, Monday, 26th , Wednesday, 28(/i, pnlay, ¿Otk, Mouduy, jnfaifaiembet Causls roue inn o by a Junv orlwtLVL Plusons-WeInesdei), 4lh Vovtmber , I ridau, r-th, Monday, 9th , Wednesday, lUli, and In duu, ¡Ulli , All common jin y cain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

' " (¡Sueen'â Chatte ^oî>aï. ] OK Thursday evening, September 17, the pei forman ces will commence with THE BRONZE HORSE, 'lo be followed by a farce called MARK YOUR WILLS. To conclude with ALL AT COVENTRY ; or LOVE AND LAUGH. On Satuhday, GILDEROY.THE HUNTER OP THE ALPS, add a comic ballet of action entitled MAD AS A MARCH HARE. , Performances to commence at half-past seven ; half-price, half-past ume. J. T. SMITH, Proprietor.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

"7 IMPOUNDINGS, At Melbourne, 2Gth August) 1846-One red heifer, white back and belly, a piece off the fiout of the Tight ear, near rump 2 with W11 under, one brown sided cow, white back, belly, hind legs,!and bface, oft rump PB with 2 under, off thigh BE) off ribs Bl with 4 under, a young rel and white heifer dalf, ono red cow, white belly, off rump IIP, one black cow, white belly and tail, off sido on the bnok WD, one dark brown Bided cow, white back belly, legs, face, and tai!, a slit in both ears, oil ramp lill, one lundie bull calf, stump tail, off ribs supposed B , one yellow yearling steer, no perceivable binnd if not claimed, to be sold on tho 19th September - 7s 6d At Pentridge, 30th August, 1816-Abny (ob, switch tai), star forehead, snip on no=e, a little white near lund fatlocl, II mar sbouldei if not claimed, to ha sold on tho 1st day of Oetober, 1846 -4s 1 At Morilug, River Plenty, 29th August, 1846-A white cow, little cook horns, black spots on head and neck,SM oil ribs...

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Commercial Intelligence. CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

arcmmercirtl íntrtlfomc*. \" CATTLE, MARKET; .Eighty-eightifot, !^nd thirteen lean bnttle, five cows, And two hundred and ninety sheep, have this week been sold in the Market Yards at the different sales. , , . , . , Fat cattle have not been over abundant, and the quality being good,, improved prices were obtained, Us. to 12s. per lOOIbs. ?.Lean cattle Bold ill, cows 40s. to 60s. 'Sheep'are rather improving in price though not yet worth 2d. per lb. ' > THOMAS KISSOCK. , Melbourne, J13ln'SèpWmber, 1846.

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A HINT TO THE PROTESTANTS OF SYDNEY. (From the Sydney Sentinel.) [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

A", hint" TMhié:;éb:'ót1stáKtS ;; ;..' ,-"":. ôt sidney; .. .v ; (Front the ¡Sydney &«nttn«t.) We observe, ff pin ¿he lfjfe Melbourne papers, that the Protestants of that town have determined onreiectmg a large' hall for the accommodation of such bodies as may, fot- various' reasdnBj object to hold- ing meetings in public houses 1 The 'uï cïimstances which haverled tHem to adopt this step afe already well know h to eui leaders On the last- anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne, the Orangemen of Melbourne dined together, agreeably to annual custom They bad no procession, no party display of any kind whatever, but notwithstanding the peaceful charac- ter of their proceedings, they were as- sailed iii the most rufrTahly mariner by the low Piipish iabble <lf the tovVn, who endeavoured by all thfe hieans m their povver to provoke them to a breach of the peace. The Mayor of Melbourne, when his attention was called to the violent pioceedings of the mob, instead of order...

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STATE SUPPORT TO RELIGION. PRELIMINARY ADDRESS FROM THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LEAGUE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN THE PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

STATE,SUPPORT .TO, 'RELIGION. l'IUÎLJMlNjAHY ¡ADDRESS "FKOM l'Iir. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. LEAGUE FOU THE MAINrEN _ ANCE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN THE PROVINCE. Friends and FellovvíColónists,- For thej first,,time since the formation of,?this jc'olóny, thç'.,pi;incjpl(e'pf. Stale support',to' religion' ha$ been avowed and adopted, by .the Legislature., ¡TJie j;ight of evér,y~1man ? tp pntire,\unqiiàlifiedjfi;eedomdn,alî mat- ters pertaining to religious belief and .'woi'.snhiU'iasibeeniviolated, and the claim of the State to make religion subservient to political purposes has been asserted.' This has been done, in opposition rto" the resolútións^of acverytlarge-pul''lic meeting! convened and, presided over by the Sheriff,! an'd^lóyjthe Sçclaved^e'uiïmeqts of ihe^reat ni^jonty)pf/thó^eJwhp',have/takeh insuffi- cient intei-ßs't, jpjjjilic.subjçct ,tq, expijes,s their.ppinións ñpon.,it, by/jegisjators fwlio' derivetno partiof theiDauthority ftorcuthe people,i ¡and,i ntherefore,.>feel themse...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. LOANS TO NEW ZEALAND. Tuesday, 11th Augurt, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LKjQjISjLA LOANS TO NEW ZEALAND. Tuesday, li thAugwt, 1046. i - Mr._Morphett asked the question, of j which he had given notice, namely, 'If it were the in tendon.;, of the Governor to apply any portion'of! the Land Fund of South Australiano the use of the Go- vernment of New Zealand ; and,in such ? case, under what authority. His Excellency imade such application, and on what se Icurity for its repayment. ; . j 'His'Excellency replied^ IlchaVe 'sánc' tiohed an advance, to/the Commissariat Officer in charge of tlie Military Chest in Sou'tli Australia, of monies, at the, dis,-, posai of the Lo.rds CommÍGs^oners-of:Iíer Majesty/s Treasury, to enable him to meet a inquisition made upon him by the offi- cer ofthat department in charge « of the chest at New Zealand. I have done.so upon my own authority, for the conven- ience and benefit of Her Majesty's service under the security of Her Government. On the motion of Mrr ¡Morphett, his Excellency's answer, was ordered to b...

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LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [BY OUR LAST NIGHT'S EXPRESS.] Sydney, Sept. 8th, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [uY OUR {LAST NIGHT'S EXPRESS.] Sydney, Sept. 8 th, 1846. The vicinity of > the Council Chamber in Mac quarie-street, began to assume an universal ap- pearance of bustle about 11 .o'clock, and a con- course of respectable individuals of both sexes, bad assembled long before twelve o'clock. The baud of the 99th regiment and a guard of honor arrived about half pusf 11 o'clock, by which time the Chamber was nearly filled with ladits, and other visitors ; the members seats being occupied by the fair sex, a greater number of whom I never witnessed on a former occasion of the kind. Amongst the ladies present, was Lady Mary Fitz Roy, who was introduced by the Speaker ("Dr. Nicholson,) and handed by him to a seat on his right hand. The visitors' gallery, which is capa- ble of containing < 100 persons , was literally crammed. The Clerk having read his Excel- lency's proclamation by which the Council was assembled, W. P. faithful, Esq., took the oaths and his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

Dr. Lang's lecture on Geology, PRICE SIXPENCE,       TO BE HAD AT THIS OFFICE,   AND MR MACLEHOSE, COLLINS STREET THIS thorough-bred horse will stand ,this season a& Mr. lolmie's, (lute Mr Qluike's) ut, Seymour, Goulburn Uiver, on the Sydney Road, where 'here are excellen^ well-watered paddooksj and every attention will be given to the mores, but without itapoiisibüity., Lleetricity wai, imported periiiumi» aj iU uicul, trom London, December, 1_M4J. He » a buglit chestnut, oí great power and symmetry; was. bred by Earl Í it7\villmm, ni Yoikskire; was fouled m March, 1836 ; he is by Medore ; lu-, dam Hydrogen, by Comus; grandam A'ltie, by Precipítate, great grandttin ürey-iliin» by Woodpecker ; great great grandarn, Silverdam, by Herod, ¡>kim.(jiub, &.C., Cu>. Medore was by Ceryuutts1 ; his dum Mari- anne, by Sorcerer, out of lhomasina,by 'limothy, Violet by Shark, Syphon, &.C. Ctrvantas was by Don Qbix...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

SSutyms Intelligence. ARRIVED. September fl^~Ti gress, brig, 225 tons, F Scott, masterf/rom Le -th, via South Australia, Passen- gers-Mrs. New, Mrs. Rush and three childi en. Mr.^atídjMrs. Arohinson, Messrs. D. Scott, J. Purdie, Peter Budge, Charles Grey, P. Meara, W. Waring, T. Weston, J. Rush, Bo Archmson, Bucbdnnan, and Kennedy. Agent-Mr. A.A. j Broadfoot. September 11- Phtcbe, schooner, 89 tons, Bennett, master, from Sydney. Passengers Mr. add Mrs Curlewis, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Macfarlane and tVvo children, Messrs. K Ward, G. Cottle, J. Liutwnght, W, Doyle, M. Hayman. Ageht-Mr. Raleigh. _ ",CLEARED.OUT. September 12^-S/iumroc/c, steamer, Gilmore, master, fpr_- Luupceston. Pussengers--Miss Ramsdnle and servant, Miss Roberts, Alderman &, Mrs Bell, Mr. Powell, Mr. H. G. Moore, Mr. C. Robinson, and Mr. J. II. Ivy te. SATLED. ' Sept. 12-Soutenu for Circular Head. bept. 13-¿Julia for Hobart Town. ' ' Sept. 13-rShamiock for LauUcestom Sept. 13-ClmsttM for Sydney. &g...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

DIED.   In London, on the 21st April, aged 72 years, Thomas Tegg, Esq., the well-known publisher; and at Pembroke College, Oxford, on the 22nd April, Alfred Byron Tegg, youngest son of the above, aged 20 years.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

For Adelaide( HIE first class newly coppered brig "TIGRESS," Captain Frederick Scott, will sail for the (above port in ten days. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Scott on board ; or to ALEK. A. BROADrOOT, Flinders lane. 12th Sept, 1846. 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 Swanstoa streets. 1 Melbourne, ' feptentbw 3rd, 1846 ' > t >'. f t' j . ' -" ' To Surveyors, WANTED/AN ASSISTANT. A neat and expeditious Draftsman would meet with an immediate engagement. . Apply to - . , CHARLES LAING, ' ir Town Surveyor Flinders-street, 14th September, 1846. Board and lodging-, RESPECTABLE young men, wishing for private board and lodging in a healthy and airy part of the town, will find that accommoda- tion by applying at " Gloucester _ Cottage," Spring-street, Eastern Hill, between Little Collins and Great Bourke-strûets. Tailoring- Establishment...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

Domestic Intelligence     Swan River.- It must be known to some of our commercial fellow-colonists that the Dutch government employs a national steamer for the conveyance of overland and ordinary mails and passengers from Batavia, in the island of Java, to and from Singapore. This arrangement the government of Western Australia has resolved to attempt the rendering available to the purposes of a speedy transit between the mother-country and that colony. In furtherance of this deter- mination, the Legislative Council has voted the expenses, and the government schooner Champion has been employed to carry a gentleman (Mr. Singleton) to Batavia, where he will endeavour to make suitable arrangements with the Dutch government, such arrangements being intended to include not only the conveyance of Perth or other Australian mails from Singapore to Batavia, the capital of Java, but to forward them to Angier Point, in that island, where it is intended to land and tak...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus Sir-The following is the state of the calendar at the Lent assizes, 1846, for the County of Antrim Stealing from the post-office, 1 ,em bezzlement, 1 , arson, 3 , deserting chil dren ,2, lunatics 1 . assaulting to com- mit rape, 1 larceny from the person, 4 , ditto from shop, 2 , simple larceny, 28 exposing the person, 1 , passing base coin, 4.       The population of the above county is somewhere about 450.000, four-fifths of whom are Protestants, and the majority are Orangemen.           In the Roman Catholic County of Mayo »-where Ribbonism is triumphant-there were.at the same Lent assizes no less than 21 convictions for murder and man- slaughter !         The above facts speak volumes as to the   cause of crime in Ireland.   I am, &.C.   &...

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LINES WRITTEN IN THE MELBOURNE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 15 September 1846

LINES WRITTEN IN THE MELBOURNE CEMETERY         See! driv'n by foster'd anguish from my bed, -- While all beside lie wrapp'd in healthful sleep, Sadly I walk this village of the dead,       And hope, e'er long, to swell the mould'ring heap.               VVh'óhüt'thefmanvof''lusuryand:pri(Íe,in.; i-,.;-.<,!, "Vyôiild dhoos.eto;livo. where ;po.w'r with'irus'ry, ?»¡ai grows-';;';'':'::.'. ..-.': ,:., );,.:.:,, y.,\r. .,.' AV'tVulU eikè'thoworldjinor. ask.a gi(t-b'es;de~-.. "Who, 'but¡/<the:;'wretch .unmo^edi by-; others woes 1 ... % ;- , Ye sons of gratitude, y e mourningfew¿ ty;- -.-i _ -Blush-for-the spot where favors spot the heart; ,&.;:;."::' y.'}..""::.'."-;;.' Where sways the pow-'r- could bend to feel for í.iií uJyouiîmL'iti o! A'.iî:! ;.. >: ,:-viíi!)'i:; .'?;! ¡,'...

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In the Insolvent Estate of John M'Donald, of the Winding Creck, Goulburn River, in the District of Port Phillip, in the Colony of New South Wales, Wheelwright. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846

Iii the Insolvent Estate of Joh.' Ml Donald, of tile Winding Ciet/t, Goii/ftiini River,'inlhe DUtrlct of Pott Phillip, in the Colony'of New South Wales, Whcelilrightt WHEREAS the estate of John M'Donald, of the Winding Creek, Goulburn River,1' in the District of Port Phillip, ¡ti the Colony of ^e^v South Wales, wheelwiight, was on the six- teenth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, placed under sequestiation in my hands, by order of his Honor Mr. Justice u'Bcckett, Resident Judge of the Supreme Com t for the Distrief. und Colony aforesaid, and who did by further order under his baud appoint Archibald M'Luchlau, of Melbourne, one of the official assignees of insolvent estates for the Dis- trict of Port Phillip, to be the official assignee of this estate, I hereby appoint a meeting of the cre- ditors of the said John M'Donald to beholden liefme me ut my office, Supreme Court House, Latrobe-strcet, Melbourne, on Monday, the nineteenth day of October next, at the...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. Oun tiew Governoi,Sir Charles A. Fitz Roy, has intimated that it is Ins inten- tion to visit this province, as soon as pos- sible after the close of the present session of the Legislative Council, i Now, then, is the time when the colo- nists should be up and stirring. We may ?petitionand remonstrate till we aie weary while his Excellency ib at a distance, and has such adviseis as these In Sydney, but, with him on the spot, if we are only piopeily prepared, we can establish our claims in such a way a¡> no sophistiy can gainsay. , t , t, ' Let, then, a public meeting be called to, make arrangements for his Excellency's reception, as cordial :in seeming as is the feeling in reality, and then it can he de- legated to a select committee to prépaie Jfor the Charge "in the battle for " Justice to Port Phillip'.'' If ever the fight is to be won while the ' province continues under Sydney ,domih'ation it will be now, when ever^ iota of our askings can be brought " t...

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