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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
Por Sydney, T II E STEAMER "SU ABI ROCK," . G. Gilmore, commander, ^^^^^S^^§^ wl" leave the Wharf for the ubove port, on this day, (Tuesday) afternoon, the 22nd instant, and llobsou's Bay on the fol- lowing morning ut duylight. For freight or pas- sage, apply to H. A. SMITH, ' Market-square. Melbourne, September 22, 1846. For London. THE fine first class teak &nbsp; built ship " WILLIAM WILSON," 418 tons, Captain W. E. Shaw. For freight or &nbsp; passage, apply to the commander on board, or JAMES CAIN. For Adelaide^ THE first-class newly coppered brig " TIGRESS," Captain Frederick Scott, will sail for the above port, on Monday, the 28th instant. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Scott on board ; or to ALEX. A. BRO AD FOOT, Flinders-lane. 12th Sept., 1846. For Launceston. HIE well known regular trader, "SWAN," W. Carder, coin naiider, will sail for _ _ the above port, on Thursday evening next, the 24th instant. For freight or passage apply to H. A. SMITH, Marke...
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sir,-I observe, from your last publication, that the office of Solicitor to the Corporation of Melbourne has been bestowed upon Mr. Francis John Sidney Stephen, the last admitted of the Solicitors of the Supreme Court of this province. I know nothing to the disparagement of Mr. Stephen, but as he is as yet, comparatively speak- ing, a mere boy, and utterly without experience, I must say I look upon his election as one of the most disgruceful "jobs" that has ever been at- tempted since the institution of the Corporation, and I conceive it to be your duty to inform the public who the members of council are who have wnntonly sacrificed the interests of their consti- tuents by electing such a man to such an office. I am, &c, A CITIZEN. Melbourne, 19th September, 1846. ['Ihe voters for Mr. Stephen were three in number-his uncle, Mr. Councillor Stephen, and the two candidates for his uncle's vote, Mr. Alderman Greevcs mid Mr. Councillor M'Com ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. September 19 - Swan, brig, 149 tons, Carder, master, from Launceston. Passengers -cabin Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer and son, Mr. Cantlon, Mr. James Broadstock; steerage - T. Cutler, M. Lynch, J. Kelly, J. Blizzard, R. Steer, H. Holyale, B. Messenger and wife, J. Kennedy, J. Nelson, J. Pitcher, C. Brigs, G. Lupton, Eliza. Freeman, J. Cobb, E. Hughes, G. Laudy, and T. Driscol. H. A. Smith, agent September 19.-Souvenir, schooner, 64 tons Jennings, master, from Circular Head. ' September 20. - Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, from Launceston. Passengers - Mr. A. Laine, Mr. W. Highett, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Henty, Mr. Steiglitz, Mr. Manifold, &nbsp; Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Nowlan, Mr. J. Henty, Mr. How, Mr. W. J. T. Clarke, Mr. J. Vinry, Mr. Desailly, and one hundred and forty two in the steerage; ninety-five of whom were &nbsp; landed nt Geelong. September 21.-Diana, cutter,. Chapman, master, from Western Port. No pastengers. -G.iW...
SUPREME COURT. FOURTH TERM, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
SUPREME COURT. FOURTH TERM, 1846. The Fourth Term commences on. Tuesday, the 20th of Octotei, and ends on Saturday, the 14th oj November, 1846. . MOIION DMS.-Tuesday, 20th October; Satur- day, 24th ; Tuesday, 21th ; Saturday, 3\U ; Tues- day, 3d November; Saturday, 7th; Tuesday, lOt/i ; and Saturday, 14fA. UNDKI-ENDI D CAUSES.- Wednesday, 21st Oc- tober. All undefended causes to be set down for this day, provided the defendant's time for pleading shall have exphed in sufficient time for that pur- pose-and if such time shall not have expired, then such cause may be set down for any day appointed for the trial of defended causes, before a jury of faur special jw ors. CAUSES TO BE IIUED DY A JUHY or FOUR SPECIAL Junons.- Wednesday, 21st Ootober ; Friday, 23rd ; Monday, 26th; Wednesday, Wth ; Friday, 30th ; Monday, 2nd November. ' CAUSES TO BE TRIED DY A JURY OP TWELVE PEUS'ONS.- Wednesdey, 4th Novimber ; Friday, 6th'; Mondaift9th; Wednesday, litk; and Fri- day, ISth, , , All common jur...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. BY the SHAMROCK, we have news fromi Van Diemen's Land, to the 16th inslant. The Legislative Council was making great havoc in the salaries of the officials. The salary of Mr. Barnes, the Collector of Customs, was struck for the time he has been absent from the colony on duty connected with the Customs of Sydney. It was also carried that the salaries of the Colonial Treasurer, Clerk of the Coun- cils, and Auditor, be reduced one-half, with an intimation that the other half be paid out of the Land Fund, as Commis- sioners of the Caveat Board. A resolu- tion was subsequently passed to the effect that tilt» «alai-ioD bo paid tllCIll oa heretofoie until the decision of the Ilome Government be ascertained. A clerk of £150 was struck out from the Colonial Secietary's Department. The salary of the Police Magistrate of Hobart Town was reduced norn £000 to £500-of the Police Magistrate at Launceston ,from £450 to £400. The allowance in lieu of fencing glebes granted to four...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
YOUNG SEPTIMUS WILL STAIN D THIS SEASON, at Cum heiland, ¿Moonee Moonee Ponds, where a well grassLd paddock of six hundred acres is provided. Young Septimus is by Septimus, by Satan, out of Rachel by Amadis, view Stud Book, dam a Camerton Alare AL«O, The half-bred Arab Horse TERMS FOR SEPTIMUS - £ s d.' For a Single Mare. 4' 4 0 For Tive Alares. 16 16 0 11 TEHMS ron SELIM,- , £ ». d. A Single Mare. 3 3 0 For FJ ve Mares.1212 0 livery care will be taken of the Mares, but without responsibility. ROMEO THIS celebrated thorough-bred imported Race Horse, will stand tins season, at MB. D. C. SIIWSON'S STATION, CHARLOTTE PLAINS, LODDON RIVER PEDIOHEE -Romeo, hy Sir Hercules, out of Pasta , Pasta, by Cutton, dam, by Lucks All Pot 8o's, Maid of All Work, by High Uycr - Sir Hercules, by Whalebone, out of Pene, by Wanderer, lier dam, lhalestci, by Alexander out of Rival, by Sir Peter -Vide Stud Boole, vol. 4, page 582 Romeo is sire of Young Romeo, Countess, Clinker, and Baroness, all of whom h...
HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
HOPE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bird of hope, by angels fed, Sportive, tim'rous, flutt'ring thing,-- Drops of myrrh my fingers shed, &nbsp; &nbsp; While I long to smooth thy wing. Yet they say, and men of years, Hqpedius stoFn the/bloom ^pÇ youth ; Steal 1 thelahguage pains my ears Y/ilJNo 'leach leather whispers " truth." f ¡ Ah 1 I dare not bow to bight, ' 'l I-JS "Things that most delight the eye^ ' *'¿ »Favor'd, not With hcav'nly light, Yitld a sting, when raptures die. jnw1 jil ,- - ' çW> Still, it matters not-oh, come ' j sei,' vjAh lr-it flutters near my heart! ¡. Grnut the favor known to some- j tKW/ü«i'iI touch-but feel the smart I t&lt; O *ï!I8rip|i nor dare disturb my rest-p' Haste ' thou wily fit tt'nng thing j AVlmt ( refuse to JêavTiny breast L ^ «MOIi, thh hó\ir I ioiich'd thy wing / ; Yet, I will not thus despair; &lt; f io M1 ¡ -j nat" NÓJ lèt'God 'my heart incline T i ' ' ,-Ii*Still,íto sôothe a mö...
"Ne[?]sutor ultra crepidam." To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
ilVidVei tutor ultra>crcpídam."., i.To the ,Editor of ¡the Melbourne ArcuSi &lt; MÛ, ¿i,3l:1'rr.ií '&lt; î' .-I 1 '. 'I ' ; ,. , ' ^O ora,-JChe pnblic are;,,ever .ready,,,tq award the meed of approbation lo ,lhe r attempts of the aspirant -to Parnassus' 'sacred height, when ithese are accom' panied by modesty ¡and real'merit»,'but iríftheval)sence,of both these qualities, the obtrusion bf'the would-be poet's'lucubPa tióhs^on'the.'vvorld, can only caji'forth its i idicirle arid commiseration upon the un- happy author. 'J !* " i( 'Ui Such,wer,e |he .feelings, I think I may say/^óf^Yery^one who has perused the miserable effusions which have, from time to time been, with so much confidence^ paraded before the public,' under the 7iame~of~ " original poetry, by J. M. . Holloway, "VJ Original, indeed they are, and, (without any-disiespect foi Mr. J. . M. H.) they.-betray their origin. A's to the poetry, it is of that stamp whose pro- per sphere ia limitedta the fireside ...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 22 September 1846
Domestíc Intelligence. Tim BREWERS.-The Melbourne Brew- ers have raised the price of their ale, twenty-five per cent. The reason assigned is the advanced price of barley and hops. MELTING DOWN.-Messrs. Watson and Wight have been engaged the last few days in melting down a flock of sheep. It appears that the owner finding that he could only obtain ten &nbsp; shillings per head, consigned them to the melting pot, as with the fleece, at this season, upon the back of the animals, that course was the far the more profitable. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE SELF-ACCUSED.-A man named &nbsp; Thomas Purton, has been in the goal since the 16th July, upont his own confession of having committed a murder in England many years ago. It is high time that something was done ¡u this matter, and the man either discharged or sent home. There is every reason to believe that Purton would willingly recant. THE PROBATION SYSTEM....
THE GOVERNOR'S INSTRUCTIONS. MESSAGE FROM HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
THE GOVERNOR'S INSTRUC- TIONS. SirsSAGE 1 ROM HIS EXCrLLrNCY. The Governor avails himself of the earliest opportunity of placing before the Legislative Council, that portion of the Queen's instuictioiis by which it is her Majesty's royal will and pleasure that he should be guided in assenting to, or dis senting.from, or for reserving for the sig- nification of her Majesty's pleasuie, such Bills as'the Council may pass.' These insliuclions appear to vary in some respects "from'those'issued lo his Excellence's ^predecessor, and-'he there- fore considered it his'duty to make the Council'acquainted with them, in the'hope that he may theieby facilitate their Legis- lative business.- " \ Government House, ' ' >' Sydney, 9th Septembei, 18Í6. "1" ii/,1'1 ^"CLOSUns. "' j i Third/ And whereas.by the said recited Act pi;.Parliament, made and, passed "in the sixih year of our reign, it is en tcted that there shall be'withiñ oursaid terri- tory of NcvVjSputh.^YalcSj ,a Legislative Council^ io...
Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
Vf -ri»'J "" . ? , «Tommevcml ínteUttjcncc. MELBOURNE MARKEl'S. ; ¡un ' FajDAY, SÛT. 25, 1846. WHEAT,-For superior samples, as high a price us Ga. (id. per bushel has been obtained tins week, and tor those of fair quality from >6s. to Gsv 3d. pe-i^dittp. _J?Iour remains at £15 per 20001bs. Jor fiist quality, und ¿'!3 (or seconds. English barley is extieiiiely .seurco, hi fact theie is none ia the market; but in the event of any being offeted, 5s.. fid,, per,, bushel wou)d>be given freely. Cape bm'le'y realizes 4sY oats, 4ï. 9d , and maize öd. per ditto. . ! Ki' ').-&lt;', «t, (,Ii,iï is,getting scarce, ,but has not advanced beyond £¡í I Oaf per toiij the ^pnpo mentioned "iii our labt lepwt, the quality of the supply leceived tin» week being ratlier'inf'eiior. j CAITLL.-The creeks, i in 'lilli ulterior being aliHUat'Jinpassublu!lor.'suiic'tiiiief'pastj. the ¿eCtlçrs" have been prevented from sending any quantity of fat cattle to market, their detention on the road I bei...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
BIRTH, At William's Town, yesterday, the 24th inst., Mrs. Goodsir, of a son. MARRIED, By special license, on Thursday, the 24th September, by the Rev. Mr. Forbes, Mr. Ross, shipbuilder, Melbourne, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late James Paterson, Esq., of Montrose, Scotland.
THE DIVISION OF THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
THE DIVISION OP THE BAU. THE Attorneys of Melbourne have had a meeting, Mr. Crown Solicitor Gurner in the chair, and resolved upon petitioning the Legislative. Council agaiust Mr. Brevvster's Bill for the regulation of the Legal Profession, which, it is under- stood, proposes doing away with the Division of the Bar. The following is the petition adopted : To the Honourubl« the Legislativo Council "of New South Wales. t * The humble petition of the undersigned Attorneys, Solicitors, and Proctors of the Supreme Court of New .South Wares, for the District of Port,Pkillip. SIILWCTJI-That your petitioners have been informed, that application has been made to your Honourable Council, for leave to bring iri a bill to declare and amend the law relating to the Legal Profession, and that such bill has for its object the assimilution of Barrister and Attorney, as an undivided body, by the combination in each member of the duties of Advocate and Attorney. That your petitioners unfeignedly íegre...
INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVhNTS. Augustus Charles Suchet, of Melbourne, inn- keeper. Debts, £157 10s. 3d. ; assets, personal property, £64 18s. 6d. ; outstanding debts, bills, bonds, &c., £32 12s. old. Bulanco deficiency, £59 19s 3£d. ' ( ' Robert Selkrig, of Melbourne, Rectifier. Lia- bilities, £941 Is. 8d. ; assets-outstanding debts, £709 16s. 4d. ; personal property, £26 5s. Ba- lance deficiency, £205 Os. 4d. MECTIhíO 01 CRLDITOnS.l r This Duy. ) ' James Roos-2nd meeting at 1 \ o'clock, for proof of debts and examination. ,
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Court of Requests, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Court of Request*, FOR THE COUNTY OF BOURKE. NOTICE is hereby given tliat tho Court of Requests for this County will be holden in Melbourne, at the Court House, Collins-street, on Monday, the 5th October, 184G, and the following days, at the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints must be delivered nt the office of the Registrar, on or before Saturday, the 29th day of August instant. Defences or sets-off must be filed on or before Thursday, the Isd day of October. livery plaint, defence, or Bet-off, must have the name and residence of plaintiff and defendant written thereon. In defended cases the pica of defence, or notice of sot-off, must be in accordance with the forms prescribed by the late Rules of Court. By order of the Commissioner, , G. S. GRIFFIN, Registror.i Melbourne, lOth September 1846.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
JOB PRINTING. THE PUBLIC ARE MSTICTTVIVH INTOHMED, THAT foo ilnutiitg OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE KXECUTLD AT THE MEXiBOVItNE ARGUS OFFICE, With ncatness,accuracy,and despatch. The P> inter particularly invites attention to his minting of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type for that purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne._
STEAM COMMUNICATION. DESPATCH FROM MR. GLADSTONE Downing-street. 20th February, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
STEAM COMMUNICATION. DESPATCH FROM MR. GLADSTONE Downing-street. 20th February, 1816 Sir,-I have laid before the Queen the petition to Her Majesty frpm the Legis- lative Council of New 'South Wales, which accompanied your Despatch of the 20th September, 1845,' (No. 158,), pray- ing that Her Majesty would be graciously pleased" to' extendí to the colony of New South Wales the benefit of Ihe arrange- i ment under' which mails are now des- patched 'by steam communication to India and China,. _ ' - " I have received the Queer's commands lo instruct you lo signify to the Legis- lative Council the^ regret with which her Majestyjias learned that iti will not be possible at. present to accede to that je quest.'nln further obedience to'Her Ma- jesty's comma'nds-1 pioceed to explain to you for'the 'information of the' Legis- lative Council^ what is'the'nature of the impediments to a "compliance with their' wishes. "4",,&lt;,J nji1- ' ' .' " ,:1,';' . On referring to Loid SlanhjyJsjDes...
COLONIAL RAILWAYS. DESPATCH from the Right Honorable W. E. Gladstone, Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, to the Governor of New South Wales. Laid before the Legislative Council Wednesday, September 9, 1846. Downing-street, 15th January, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 25 September 1846
COLONIAL RAILWAYS. DESPATCH from the Right Honorable W. E. Gladstone, Principal Secretary of Slate for the Colonies, to the Governor of New South Wales. Laid before the Leg slative Council Wednesday, Sep- tember 9, 1846. ' LWning-street, 15th January, 1846. Sir-I find that the impulse which has been given in eveiy part of the civilized I world to plans of railway, communication has been felt in many of the British colo- nies. The subject has been pressed on my attention from many different quar- ters, and under circumstances, both phy- sical and economical, as distinct and as various as are the conditions of those widely extended settlements. To attempt to lay down any one set of rules, or even a single i-ule binding in- flexibly on' the Executive Governments of them all, would obviously he futileand impracticable ; but the experience of this country has ascertained some general principles on the subject, the application of which)is neither transitory nor local, but which it may now...