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Depasture Licenses. PORTLAND BAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
Depasture Licenses. PORTLAND BAY DISTRICT. TIIOSK stockholders in the above named District who hove sent in a return of the stock depastured by them on the 1st July last, to the Commissioner of Crpwn|Lands for the dis- trict, are informed that the several license» are reudy for delivery at the sub Treasury, on pay- ment of the fee diiected by the regulations issued by his Excellency, the Governor, on the 30th June, 1846. By order of his Honor the Superintendent, W.LONSDALE, i Sub-Treasnrcr. I he Melboukne Ancos » published on the mornings of Tuesday, and Imlay in each week, and foi wai ded Simultaneously to every part of tlie puivince, and to Sydney^, Van Ditmen's Land, South Austialia, Swan Uiver, New Zealand, the Maimtius, the Cape oj Good Hope, England, belaud, and Scotland, the United States of Amei tea, \T> ance, India, t\c, by eveiy possible oppoi tuiuty. Hie quat ten tei minute on the 31st March, ¿Olh June, 30lh Septembei, and31st Decembei, at which peru di oni\ con subset...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
MARRIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At Bathurst, on Monday, the 31st August, by the Rev. Thomas Sharpe, M.A., Hamilton Farish Stephen, Esq., of Bathurst, to AEmelia &nbsp; &nbsp; Montagu, only daughter of the late Captain Frances Blower Gibbes, R.N., of Norwood, Upper Patterson.
POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
.POS!' OFFICE. Miiils wlllulôsûïur ihu'uiiûWncntioiiod places as follows :- , .u> ... , . ' .1()r^i;euiu,.u,, fur.Hobart Town, 20th iiihtuut. j 'SlJ^Í'l,ltf&'i/!f»Jpr,SydiieyJ 20tiuMauiiYi.\ \ ' . i iii AliaA^ii'M^Aw^AU) 24tU,ii&lt;àtuùi. ',, , *" ? M
Depasture Licenses. WESTERN PORT DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
Depasture licenses. WESTERN PORT DISTRICT. 11II0SE Stockholders in the above named District, 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 du trict, aie informed that the several licenses are ready for delivery at the sub-lreasury, upon pay meut of the fee directed by the regulations issued by his Lxcelleucy the Governor, on the 30th June, 1846. liy order of his Honor the Superintendent, w. lois; SD ALK, 1 ' Sub-Tréttsurcr.
Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Friday, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
v Ittonímcwial £ntcHisencc. ' '¿' aÍe'lMo URN IO ' '" MA R K El S. j .Frjduy, ßepttikher Di. Win m-Scarcely iiny supply has been rico ved trûin the fui liera flus week , middling simples i uinirmnil 6b per bushel, ind supenoi ones, Cs^ 3d pepillito, one mticuiitile fiim u town has eilil 10 000 bushell to "Messis alison & Knight, at 6-. 3d , nettiji¿ a profit of Is üd pci bushel, h.Modf beiuij the average price they purchased nt, u'sboiintime einte ilout has not usen in puce, the rutes which we quoted in our Just re joit,j buying lemained unilteied, vu -£15 ptjjfdiOOOIbs for hrst quihty, and ¿1J for «¿couds O its remain, at 4=. 9d pel bushel, und maize at 5s per ditto Hw ha-, (allen to X3 15s per ton, which can le iiuouiited foi by the favoiable slate ot the i »ids permitting unusually ln0e quantities being sei t into the market boin the countiy Chile-Ihe quantity of fat cuttle that has come to market during the week has fallen tar short ot the demand, and the infime, sul^s m...
SUPREME COURT. FOURTH TERM, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
SUPREME COURT. FOURTH TfiRM, 1846. The fourth Tom commences on Tuesday, the 20th of Octobei, and ends on Satwday,the Hth uj November, 184(), MpnoN Dais -Tuesday, 20th October, Satur- day,24th, luesday, 21th, &aturdau,3Ut, '¡uti day, 3d Novembei , Sutuuluy, 1th, luesday. 10th, und Saturday, Hth. UvniriNDtn Causes,- Wednesday, 21st Oc io&ei. All undejended causes to be set doun tor this day, provided the dejendunt's time for pleading shall haiie eppued m sufficient time for that pin post-and if such time shallnot have expired, then such cause may be set dùuiajor uni/ day appointed joi the ti nil oj defended causes, befóte a jiiiy of Joui special ¡uiois. Causes io he third »y aJuiiv oi TounsiECiiu. Juitoits -Wednesday, 21j( Ootobei , I uday,2ird Monday, 26f/i, Wednesday, 28(/t, Ti iduy, 30lfc . Monday, 2nd November, , CaUSLS TOOP iniLD BV A Jl/RY OfTwitvE Peiisovs.- We Inesdey, 4th Novtvibei , Ti ulai/, 6th, Monduu,9th} Wedncßday, llth,andln day, 13th All common july ca...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
NEW 1NS0I.VI.M. John AlObWd^uflUiV.VViudiiïg Creek, di-,-' tri.st otv Port' Pjjjllip/w'heelwrígln,:^ Debts, £28 7s. lid : pers'oiiul'property, x1 3s. Gd. Buluiice -aLpe.fey7£2V'4s7û.J.''/ .;n:^Oi;" > &lt; "4'He*-luiüÍVeiít attributeslint insolvefiiy to-linvd Jb1fWéi'í'll!o'iíí'!uii'uetion hiWilig been' brought au;.uiiU 'liim' for W-'ille'gui'ilistraiiitj îu-'whicb'bè 'iillo'wed judgiiieutrtu_gq by deluult, and for non'-payintiiit of cost» he ivils'cíinfíiiuU hi giiol under an utt.ich iiieiitifuf'coutoïiipl.' ^ .&lt;>l-',r* lUi.i- .V I, j " '- -ii. tlr.,'._
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Police Office, Williams Town, July 20, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
PORT PHILLIP ooTEannsNT gazette. Tollte Office, Williams Town, July 20,1046. THE Authorised Scale of 'Watermens' Pares, at Williams Town and ihe North Beach, is published for gen'erul information. Any parties who may be charged above tho legal late, are requested to apply for redress, at this Office. SCALE OF,FAKES. £ S. (1. Odo passenger from Williams Town to the North Shore.0 4 0 Two to six ditto, each.0 2 0 One passenger to and from a vessel at anchor in the Bay. 0 2 0 Two lo six ditto, each. 0 16 One pussenger from Williams Town or the shipping to Melbourne. 1 0 0 Two ditto, each....'.0 10 0 Hired to four ditto..".0 7 0 Five to six'ditto.:.1.0 6 0 No. 1.-The above fares aro to and from the shipping, or places specified. A boat to or from Williams' Town or Melbourne to be paid two shillings mid sixpence an hour detention; if to tlie shipping from either shore, if detained more than a quarter of an hour, to be paid at the rate of «ne shilling and sixpenco per hour. No. 2.-A blue f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
JOB PRINTING. Tub Public aiie RESiac-rruiXY infohmed, that Bob IMnttng OF ALL KINDS, WILL BÏ IXfcCUTBD AT TBS MEIiBOURNB AEOOS OFFICE, Ifftfc neatness, accuracy, and despatch, fh Printer particularly invites attention to hit printing ofBOOK-WORK, the whole of his type foi that puiyose being perfectly new, and conse emily greatly supei toi to any other office m lUVmeme.
Executive Council Chambers, Sydney, 12th August, 1846. MELBOURNE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
-EieciiiiiK! Council Chambers, Sydney, 12th august, 1846. MELBOURNE STREETS. HIS Excellency1 the Governor, u»t7t the advice of the Executive Council, has directed it tah notified, in conformity with the provisions of tk Act of the Governor und Legislative Council, Ï Victoria, Ko 2, that the breadth of the foot irajisin the streets specified ¡» i/iß subjoined table, ¡hall he tuelve feet uspeclively, as sliewn on a ji/ira submitted lo the Governor and Executive Council, in accordance with the pi avisions of the aid Act, unit consequently that it will not be law ¡nl for any person to etect any building within tuite feet oj the curb-slonà or exterior edge of tim utdjaot-tvays.' w ¡M 1 o . HAME OP BTnEET 10TAL. 2 ta o o 1» NORTH MEL- feet feet. feot. BOURNE. 235 12 259 (between Spencer and King streets) Flinders street.... open to the YiiraYora le on (between Kin g and the north Spring-streets) J """". 09 Collins-street....] 75 12 Bourke street.... 75 12 99 Lonsdule-strcet .. 75 12 99 La...
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GENERAL COMMITTEE WITH ARCHIBALD CUNINGHAME, ESQ., Agent delegated to Great Britain by public meeting of the inhabitants of the District of Port Phillip. Melbourne, January 1, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GE- NERAL COMMITTEE WITH ARCHIBALD CUNINGHAME, ESQ., &nbsp; Agent delegated to Great Britain by pub- lic meeting of the inhabitants of the &nbsp; District of Port Phillip. Melbourne, January 1, 1846. Sir - We have the pleasure to hand you herewith a copy of the resolutions passed at a public meeting of the inhabitants of the district of Port Phillip, held at Melbourne the 28th of November, 1845, (his Wor- ship the Mayor of Melbourne in the chair,) under which you have been ap- pointed to proceed to Great Britain to ad- vocate with the government the interests of this district, and also to promote immi- gration from the United Kingdom. In your communication with the Secre- tary of State for the Colonies, you will lay it down as the fundamental rule of your conduct, that to impart to his Lord- ship full and true information of the state of this district, is at once your first duty and your safest policy. Keenly alive, as we are, to the grievances ...
Shipping Intelligence. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
Sapine ïntclliscnrc. CLEARED OUT. September, 16-Ellen and Elizabeth, schooner, &nbsp; Warcus, master, for Port Fairy mid Portland &nbsp; Passengers ( cabin)-Mr G Glaridge, Mr, G Matheson, and Mr W Witton steerage-D &nbsp; 0 Farrell, P Moore, G Corrie, T Corrie, and &nbsp; W Black September 17-Phoebe, schooner, Bennett, master, for Sydney, via Circular Head, in ballast &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; September 17-Pedlar schooner, 19 tons, Brush, master, for Launceston Passengers- Mr James Allen, Maria A Allen, and three children. &nbsp; &nbsp; SAILED &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; September 15 -Resolution, for Circular Head September 16-1 Ellen and Elizabeth, for Port Fairy and Portland-. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; EXPORTS &nbsp; &nbsp; September 15 -Ellen and Elizabeth, schooner, &nbsp; for Port Fairy and Portland-cargo for Port &...
Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of Requests for this County will be holden ia Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-strtol, on Monday, the 5th October, 1046, and tlio following days, at the liuur of nine o'clock in tim forenoon. Plaints must be delivered at the office of tim Registrar, on or before Saturduy, tho 29th day uf August instant. > Defences or sets-off must be filed on or before Thursday, the lad day of October. . Kvery plaint, defence, or set o|F, must have tlio name and residence of plamtilf aud defendant written thereon. In defended cases the plea of defence, or notice of set-off', must be in accordance with ihe forms prescribed by the late Rules of Court. I3y order of the Commissioner, G. S. GRIFriN, Itegislnir, Melbourne, 10th September 1846.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
IMPOUNDINGS. At Melbourne, on September 8th 1846_ t)imago£l-onebay entire colt, black points, long tail, stands about 16 hands high, off shoulder .'J'or,j-0. if not claimed to be i,old 2nd Oc- tober_do JmI, i ge' 3,0lh Au6ukl» 1846-Abay cob, 1h V und ^lock' H near shoulder: if not c4 sold on the lst dayof 0&lt;!tob^ At Melbourne, on the"9th September, 1846 One sandy she goat, white on belly and sides, has bell drops, a bandy she kid by her side ; one gTey she goat, heavy in kid ; ono jet black she gout, in kid ; one black and white speckled she goat, one bearded sandy she goat, a black stripe down the back ; one two» toothed sandy she gout; one black she gout, whits head, belly, and legs, heavy hi kid ; oue sandy and white sheeted she goat ; one young grey she goat ; one black and white speckled she kid. Trespass-Two shilliugseach. If not claimed, to be sold on the 2nd of October. -6s. 9d. At Melbourne, 26th August, 1846-One red heifer, white back and belly, a piece off the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
ROMEO THIS celebrated thorough bred imported Race Horse, will stand this season at MB, X>. C. SXMSON'S STATION, CIHRLOTTE PLAINS, LODDON RIVER Pedigree -Romeo, by Sir Hercules, out of Pasta , Pasta, hy Calton, dam, by Lucks All Pot 80 s, Maid of All W ork, by High 1 Iyer - Sir Hercules, by Whalebone, out of Pene, bj Wanderer, her dam, fhukstei, by Alexander out of Rival, by Sir Peter -Vide Stud Book, vol 1, pago 582 Romeo ia siro of Young Romeo, Countess, Clinker, and Baroness, nil of whom have dis tinguishcd themselves at thu Port Phillip Meetings ROMLO, IS LIMITED TO Í0IUY MAN PS Cerms.s^- * s s dTottt iîîïutncas. An 800 acre paddock is piovided for Mare1» and every caro will be taken, but without rcapon sibihty. PAUL JOMES lower Marshes, August 6th, 1046 SIR-I have sent you the pcdigrei of my mare, nicknamed " liouticing Nan, so called by a parcel of grooms that could not ride her She was imported a brood mare from England, was never bioken m, ¡nul never was docked Her und tui...
2nd Samuel, 10th chapter, 37th verse. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
2nd Samuel, 19th chapter, 37th verse I have wander'd in life a weary way, And my pilgrmage is ending ; The fading light of my closing day With the light of heav'n is blending. &nbsp; t = jl r Oh, ask mo not to como ami dwell Where joy of youth is telling iori would stay near my Father's well, And die in my youth's loved dwelling rhotf'Mèt thy servant tumOback again," Whose steps with death ore meeting, Whose weary limbs but tell how vain Our pleasures are, aud fleeting. Apd inarnme o\yn city let me die, , ^ ,,,r Where my father's hones are resting, For I would,be,laid vvhero now they he, 'And waste ' where they are wasting Whore myl iii faut prayer to heaven arose, ii lo seekron emly blessing- J It/ 1 would that my time of pruj 'r might closo When death on /iy lips is pressing And the same sweet home which saw my birth Heard my childhood s praise ascending, lhere I would be when my praise on earth i i'iAnd praise in heaven arc bl°nding
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sir- A paragraph appeared in the issue of the Herald, last Thursday, under the side heading of "A Volunteer," in which a certain Mr. John Ogilvy Cornwall is shewn up with great pomp, as a fit and proper person to accompany the Gipps land expedition, and that the said Corn- wall "was for some time in a responsible employment on the station's of the Marquis of Ailsa." I think it right to state for the information of the philanthropic par- ties, who are about to peril their lives in the praiseworthy object of rescuing a fellow creature, from a state of slavery too revolting for human nature to con- template, what I know of the Herald's pet. Cornwall arrived in the country a convict from Ireland, in 1839, and was assigned to Watson and Hunter-during the period of his probation, the blacks attacked and killed a shepherd at the station called Mount Battery, where Cornwall was watchman, and instead of affording his hut-mate assistance, he lied in the m...
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of John Muston, of Richmond, near Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, and Colony of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of John Muston, of Rich- mond, near Melbourne, in the District of Port &nbsp; Phillip, and Colony of New South Wales. &nbsp; NOTICE is hereby given, that Archibald M'Lachlan, of Melbourne aforesaid, ac- countant, was this day confirmed in the appoint- ment of Trustee for the collection, administration, and distribution of the Estate and effects of John Muston, the Insolvent above named, by an order of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, for the District of Port Phillip, in the room of Archi- bald Cuninghame Esq., removed from his office in trust in the Estate on account of absence from the Colony. Dated at Melbourne, this twelfth day of Sep- tember, one thousand eight hundred and forty six. ROBERT WILLIAMS POHLMAN, Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates, &nbsp; for the District of Port Phillip.
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus» SIR,-I, as well as others, was always under the impression that two individuals could not qualify for the Town Electoral or Burgess Roll from one dwelling-house, in which one party at most resides or oc- cupies , now, if I am correct, there are many on the rolls of the different wards that are not qualified. Amongst many others in Gipps Ward, I shall instance one-Banbury and Mathews are both re- turned for a house in Bourke-lane : if either reside on the premises, it is but one. I am also under the impression that it requires six months occupancy, but I see on the list a man of the name of Rody Heffernan, for Bourke-lane, who only got the transfer of a public house in that locality, about a month ago. My views may be incorrect, but if it is not, it shews gross negligence on the part the Collector, or else, it is wilful for party purposes I am, Sir, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Your obedient servant, Fair Play. Melbourne, Septembe...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 18 September 1846
Domestic Intelligence. THE TOWN SOLICITORSHIP.—Mr. Fran- &nbsp; &nbsp; cis John Sidney Stephen, eldest son of Mr. Sid- ney Stephen, the barrister, was yesterday elected by the Town Council to the office of Town Soli- citor of Melbourne. The candidates were Messrs. Stephen, Clay, O'Cock, Montgomery, and &nbsp; Horne. &nbsp; LARCENY.—Yesterday a man named J. &nbsp; Hardman, alias James Fleming, was fully com- mitted to take his trial for stealing an oppossum- skin rug from the Clarence Hotel, the property of Mr. William Howard. THE BURGESS ROLL.—The lists of &nbsp; &nbsp; claims and objections for the coming Burgess Roll are now published, and exhibit the following result:— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CLAIMS. Gipps Ward.—Francis John Sidney Stephen, house. &nbsp; &nbsp; Latrobe Ward.—James Barwick, houses, in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bourke-street; Samuel Legge, ...