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SYDNEY MARKET. Thursday Dec 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

SYDNEY MARKET. r Thursday Dec. 8. .^ Gooi Wheat is risen in price, ana so n« ^ . m9jM, samples of wheat averairftd, Js./£ ? ' b?fore, 3s. per bushel. Dairy prodi4'*,; J'. ^, ed. per so plentiful and ^eap/gonr/^h gutter M- 1 lb. ; potatoes, 4s. per oijg ' lDW,t 2iLrZ a «d. the two pound loa : e^JT lOrl. per doieu ; »™*» rye, hay, straw, &c.f as per ourlftte quotations Flourpcr ewt,, 18*. to 90s.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 27, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 27, 1830. 'It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion - Irat in (lie dis^lisrjfcof (l.iidutf lie raael Bul*«pfct to find die T»»d perfntiy free Irani the arrows of thoeewho&re interested mpn've iiingthe jEgii ef truth from confronting aid disii pating their piwer,' Tn our paper of the 20th instant w*- veil lured a lew an mmd versions upon tue system of Corporeal Puaishmeut, and promised to renew the subject with a view of giving a few hints which we deem ca pable of being reduced to a pUu for su perseding the torture «f thp triangles, mid effecting, al' the ends thereby answered, beside possessing; other advantages. We have given this subject some attention, and are of opinion that in the same ratio that the punishment of the lush tends to demoralize (hose on whom it is inflicted, the system of solitary confinement, which is Hii important feature in the plan nvlitve in view, would tend to the reformation of the culprit. Our reaso...

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INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. Strange commo'ions see m to be agitating the whole of Hie European slates and threutrning the destruction of nations which have stood for aces. Our Native Land, which is dear to us all is arfhe present moment struggling hard with difficulties, a ciisis has been long threat ening and m««t shortly come, bringing great and manifold changes in its train. When we look back to Rome and Athons, those former seats of luxury and learning, as well as those celebrated Nations of antiquity which once like Britain now, swayed nearly half the other Nations of the known world— when v* search the page of history, and consider the causes of the -ise and fall of Empires we are constrained to iidmit that the star of our be lored country ? seems to Jie on Its last horizon, and from natural and universal causei, the sun of her glory must shortly set, -perhaps never to rise again, save in the faithful records hand ed down lo posterity, and in (be bosom of Ik children — the people o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

?I--, t*zu*c-wft-!» JJNei, iii-. Lauoeeaton, ? fhefnirpow of establishing BACB- in jhe ?tiuty of Cornwall, agreeable t« advertise ftnt, Jaj»w Coxi Bsq. being called to the ?air, the following Officers were effected for E vtuuiug season :- W Steward*. ?JAMES COX. Esq. ?JOSEPH AKCHBR, ««. ?THOMAS OUTTUN, B-q. ?THOMAS LAND ALL, B»q. Seciriatj/. ALEXANDER PA'f EKSON, Esq. 1'refurer.i, JAMES HAMK.IN, Esq. (Yerfc, v JOHN W. GLBAOOW. Esqi , .Aisitlatit ('./«?*, Mr. ALEXANDER WADDLE. CemmtMr* f fienermi Manmgtmenty THOMAS DOTTON. Esq. THOMAS I.ANDAI.L. Esq. ALtiKAfttDUR PA KRSON, Esq. C ». HAiiDWICE, Ksq. #PHN*W. Gl-EADO I, Ksq. -?-.;. was resolved as followx : — .4 That the iiaees be ran at LauncestonJ and unuence on the 2nd Tuesday in March, 18S 1 . That a Hrt be open for mOwj ribers, unit Iff; frith the Treasurer, with Mr. Hard wick, ?or folk Plains, aad Mr. G. Hogg, Campbell ?own. I That the Subscription be 4 guineas for the ?ret year, and 2 guineas per annum aft-*r. Bards, and that the...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

SHIP NEWS. | Arrived. On Wednesday, — The ship Bombay, 315 tons, Joseph Dare Commander, with 8 bales colonial leather, 10 bags salt, 1 do. saltpetre, 12 do. gram, 1 case segars, and 169 bags sugar, to order ; 20 cases port wine, to W. Walkinshaw ; 1 cask por- ter, to order ; 6 bales bagging, 240 casks whale oil, and sundries. Passenger — Mr. Brown. On Saturday, — The brig Brittannia, from Syd- ney, particulars in our next. SAILED. On Wednesday, — The schooner Resolution, J. H. Lancey, Master, for Hobart-town, with 2,100 bushels wheat, and 1,400 lbs. wool, consigned to   J. & J. Solomon ; 8 firkins butter, to H. Bilton. Passenger, — G. Wright. VESSELS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Ships Persian and Bombay ; brigs Resource, and Brittannia. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On the 18th. — The Transport ship Clyde, Capt. Munro, from Portsmouth the 30th August, with 216 male prisoners ; Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Morgan Price, R. N. Passengers, — Mr. Cooper and Mrs. Sarson. The g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 December 1830

We beg to recommend Dr. Ross's Almanac for 1831 to all classes of persons, it being of use in the hut of the splitter, in the cottage of the farmer, whether newly arrived or well established, and also in the mansion of our     richest landed proprietors and graziers, for it     contains a vast fund of useful knowledge, and   an astonishing variety of entertaining matter.   It is, and we doubt not will long continue, the best and most comprehensive statistical ac count of this "highly favoured land," and we unequivocally it recommend it to those persons who wish to send home to their rela tions, friends, and connections, a fair and true picture or this Colony, its rise, prog ress, and present capabilities. As a sample, and which we hope will please our readers, we here extract from this work that part of the statistical account which eost nearly con cerns us, viz , the Norfolk Plains and Laun ceston distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

BY MR. JAMBS HdllGHTOiSiV^ _ At-lh*^ r® Cniliin r Sfirgfolk PlMin^-wi : Sat« rday ? 1 ;i9«h of j-'iruiary. ntTl^ o'riock precisely l~ ? ~ ? 4 CHOICE Tlock of GATTuE;consist 3- ingTfSTKBaS'fit for the kujfe, or Pairs «if wqBaciNG^inn^cKsr7-Tr-r^-— — — TERM- :^AP HO VCD BlitiS at ^Three Months, or good Wheat, will be taken in pa/ment ior ail purchasers a^ove^ 10. _:-???''?' BY IWIU JAMgSjHOTGHTOV, XmmetwLtely afr*»r »liii*_ttbove. WM MMSJ upt jjmims^tetim^ disposed iif-TTy i'ri v^iii~timtracj[. ^ n y_~ ? ~:~ —'—. — __„ aq3 now ^M Sale af ,J. H UJSiToN'g London 7iioHsi^tripeti-j«'an^^ ? _ drill do., a lew. superior; hatSi^WeliinglioTi-baoitj 8tarVh, paiut^oM,-black, whit**; blue aud ted paint. Lauoceston, janajry 3rd, 1831.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

i^tirfrT^^^^^H^^^^^e find his Wi pBrftctlf tr©«Troin the arrowSTif those -wrio ure intereuttd in pr«. ! TJ^tke JEgii of^rath fttin confronting a«d diseiJSiii ASr i We cannot enter on the new year, the third year of our editorial career, withoutre turning- our unfeigned thanks to all- our sub scribers and readers, not forgetting oar au raer us correspondents, particularly those — ge^tjejm«ji^HrJioJav^-^t-v^rio4is^me^4or^ worded to us the latest British newt. Notwithstanding the numerical increase of — our subacribersiiasiraT^ itor can_ only refer to his past success with ...J^t!t_qde_to a generous Public for th*-ir favorable support. We beg to assure that PtoMo generally, that no costs or endeavours ?n our part shall be wanting t make the **.Launce#ton Advertiser,' a source of usefu infonmtion and of pleasant instruc — tion^n which ^ttemftt4h€-eakfgeoient «f^ur^ f ages will materially assist, and as -the 'size is double the extent we commenced with, it is ODepvt of of onr exertions t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

LONDON HOUSE. J^^f*1?^™ bg. most res *T ,hf.^ Iy ^ '*urn SfiSi thanks 'fin Ladies»*ilk and talt dresses J Worked toiislio ditto \ ~* . — j t/c:tHaSrtlBeilt *' riCJI ««M* *I*« ''W^rkidTinisiia^itto r~ — ? J ~h*ce pillarreens I - Elegant lac* caps, fashionably trimmed I Brno of rich muslin chintz I ^'f8'jfery »'P«ri»r riding haU | Silk piping of colon ?'»?? I Wire ribbop of ditto I qtlUyd COler'd beB-b'ri'«» ?' 'eellent Varisty of ladies' silrer JhiBiUjl ? I — ^Se^mX8* 'up8is9r biack -« r Slop clothing I ladies' fancy straw bonnets I Girls' nankeen bonnets pf ri?d— 1! ?otlon' whl- and colored £jP.f »'-* bobbiHB of all sorts White and colored sewing silks Gold and silvered needles Darning ditto Bonnet and ladian cotton Phillipc' cotton tape Worsted ib balls SMen-i5ftSShalHMM'ribbed! Childr«oVyi«torcohwd-; ^ ? : fcd^rb'iBarceiiaw(S'te»te i Bobbin net I sPNgged ditto _ i T^?. r-lad an° fling's law ? ^ — J -:.? Black arid whirt- vfi|g ? J gam1 stays and lacei ^ Black borobaiine ? L 1 -- ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

??fe Tat His Ttorls nfr ' a'd '^ on In ^d8- lV--ra Porter — 12 ''Mclnret-aoT ? ? ' . 20 oporto do.— ? . ? '~ * p'p« irandj1 PipeS' half '-I quarter ^ s ^PKhe0|w ram - » J-J)hds. jf4np»ar :i__*f7*-nSI_«4.. hVhe.t, Hyson skin H JO. bottled frn^°'Vea _ J ? 2?illD* ?»«« jellies 1 8 Mm «J» T *?pal varnisl- _ inch^e1 b8gglnfi' 36- * *d 52 11 do* bJ8themP sacks ^Sg 'e -''. Mack, .Jto,^ D^olive, and brown frock. and rid,Og bo^t, ''''''e 68 P'' Weliingtonj ' ^mSiir9 9'8ths P''***— -* superiorf 3 do. (nbfli of sorts fiic saws . ? 'v'-«* Mio Pit and cross cnt'im* fibu 1 **« H?»«fehed ^teel »re Iron. ? X°*l /''''lore for' all arei ? ~~ n^;bom^°T™nittl-S* fw do ? — fiS55£l,18» ?*. ^ »..»d.e. | Tinned «h«or» K«*ir —j i .. . __ I ? ftfftnl-i.ir:j» ^ -?: r~ *. m°9 « »« wgue metal ria j American screw augers j JJatedi4*c«iiter^tanil»^ -- I !!'»? eights, ^dstaDdard ' ?'?~5'onira^ifll-l*piIJ tarned bcIlows IS «SS5 niUSk^S' '^»We'bridie :tSeSUlain ?K%liA'alJ§ I r ' -«'»!»? aiiu piatea spars, horsp ta£s...

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ARREST OF FRENCH MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

.AKKESTOF FRtf\tti MIN1STKUS. ' * 7*1 afT^u' ?$** [M Cal^' ^'ouncing ;ihe this individual, * wM, probably/be dilHc&t for ««_gmrwot to preserve him from capital pun! ~' .r '''*-» W4ii ue ewrt«d in favour of a merciful coarse, »Q» ^at-no-terrible-examplesJ are^necessary ;for the consolidating ^fJthl^w] ^stem^JJjitil lately it was generally beliwd 4nat the violet mealares tafe£ 1-y M? d S ^^^yjjettej^rom Paris .- th^ t^%^Tu] Jf ttreTidte^miingipi.av*' put fo.lh a statement! 1 Stll* ? -V'd ^^^ ^monstrances, lor the ^iitpose-o^nducifl^lHiD to forego, or atrlea^ti postpone, his obnoxious ortionnaDces. Thisfact jf .-It-can. . be ^stahliKh^H ^.iu »^u, i.i-gArJftV*lJ »uch service to him on his tm^ahhough h e is legally responsible with the ^hief actor b the ^ate attempt to subvert ihe constitution, as his ?£Si j*'M*S2' Wnt-:h lhe o'donnances were , bounded .— £w^i»^ Paper. Arrfttjf fcyrqnnet.- The following is the «pst interesting account of this important cap. ««Le IT n, W* ll*dress...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to {rant the undermentioned indulgence. TICKETS OF LEAVE. John Griffin, 76, Lady Castle re agk . . - William 1frap1iT*»ysr772r Wooilfor d: — *oh«-g-iaree, 475 ffonyicted before the Su« preme Court, 27th February 1828 H obrrt Gwldspick, Charles F^nton, James Fisk, john. Garland, William M'Guffee, Joseph Firkin, Charles Favisher, Israel Byams, James Kilby, Clarissa Hartley, Robert Bennett, Thomas ^tat ^h^w^-Bonjamiii— Bailey^— j^hfl-jaJksOn, Joseph ^Idrr^WiiiiaiF^RoBiliiOT^ygtThefr Lawrence, William -. Winter, ^john Holland, john Barrett, john Waidf oh, . Edmund james; William D«ury, Joseph Corbridge, jog* ph Pu^h, Thomas Barrand, john Peck, convicted before the Supreme Court at-ffohart Town in 1824. ', *....? r| HE periods for which the undermen _J — tipped pmoffs wftn* tmnffpfirfod -having expired, certificates have been granted to them according] j r ^ ^^ ~ : John Lee, 2S6, Sir GodfrevLWfibster — — Robeirt Blackburn. 745,l'h«tnix ;-0) — john...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

Subscribers to the Launceston Advrlizer are respectfuiUr intormed, thai aU persoui will be charged for 4his^ paper up 'to the ff£lfaj oil ™ the Eas*'''g garter ; and / that all notices to discontinue must be no — £~ KlWi' KWUh a' the »r«W or At JBRJ1 aDd €harSfd f9r until The Teymg are as follow :— Quarterly, if paid '?? ' in ndvnnce, 10^ if pHid at thtr c-nW^he— ^— - Quarter 13s.. AH Subscribers who mi for inserting r their Advertisements 3 or more times, will Lbe entitled to £ insertions *rra. I tis* for the firsts lines 3s. 6d., whL for v| each Jint respectively beyond 8, the charge i !J *d? PeP I1'6? to Nonsubscribers is. for S the first « lines, and 3d* per-line for all ^ above that number, ?' _J — ??? - ? ?- ??'?I. All I wanttscript Ativertiseiiwsirtsvwill lie con- ' -rjjgjj«g_.. until couuteruamitled, except the number of insertions are marfrpd thcreoo. or unless thejneroiild -lirpinr«r-5il# il con«™ tinned. ???,'?? :. AirAdvertisements from Non-eubscribers mint be paid for b...

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SHIP NEWS SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

? 'SHIP' MJ3EWS. [?] ThisD'V,—ThescUojiiei Friendship, for Circulars _ Head. ? --.---- - - ? ^ — — - iStiiy«-jPei«ian aud Bombay; &ri^ liesource «iud «nd witonia, ? . -^iftftiVED-IN HOBARTTOWiJ, ? „_,__ _.'i ----- '^nj^toBHMUiF— T-he^ship UesouTOer^a^t^Sh^mle wortB, from London the 26th July, aud— the Gape tlu* 21st OcL, Mfitb^._eeiieTa!_.cargo* of mereharid^e. PniJtsftntrpifi.— -Mrs. Brown. Mrs. . Watson, Mrs. Adams, JHisses-Nx-i*tHite aijdJSrosvja, Me.sgrs, jiroyyt}^ y atson, AVaddffH, poyce, and- J. Browjf»4Wissr^s Watson and Adams, Masters^., J.,.HM and. A. 'Watso*-, Mrs. Kirk, Mns.-^Uibhs, Mrs. Gilbert, Kiik, S, Kirk, amd S. A. Kiik, Messrs. Pavne, ? J'^insto,., Rusden, Kirk, .R. Kirk, and Gale, 'Mis- ~ s K. Ay.M», ana A., Kirk, Mis^v Stuiihs and F~ Sti!»hs, M'asfcrs-^v&rA.^Kirk, Mjs. M'Keiizie, M . Todd, Mrs.1W*Lunnon, Harriet BettsT-Messr^. 1 jiTIVPKenzie, H. M*Rae, I). WVi^F^^Mmunr\ w.r*-!, deorgf', Al ord,andGilham7rMiss M«4i«n*i**, I ^?asters M'K«i»zie, Mar...

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MISCELLANEOUS PARTICULARS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

MISCELLANEOUS Piutim. »„«, PutiS.1^*!1^?11 -iUi^i°fi the cl»V»ber of De [?] [?] [?] for theTrta of themseWe: VnT ts3 '''. '''*- wmm ?*«, u « me^ure of treSim. ™e ona«? *] VeSSi'^l ^*2& 5'dJ»'^ JMnounting to 1 10, E?r&'r-if^-*P W wejpen* The Govern! I Snttn^T^ ^^ ^^'»*l ** , Ihe oilowinR remaikable pi.ee oflimolir ' «tT lately «ppta7ed in .ho TWin th'TS;- of uu advmi*«m*m:Lj~A2y- lady or «ml^£-S **OOOI.»rtA#«ieiiffM»fftt,have it in tiSr^Do^Tl er to make a fellow creature happy, by, S!?'H it toi-jSoiig «an just rafting inP^e 5SJJ ffi.l /«irm project*. Jte wiH gfvc every saTiVi^ f tory account of himself *r.d- Si ^ may be r^uirecU_if ihere are anr L «' I nosed to assist WnT, they may ^^ } partICula.s or the advertiser by addressing l^ter^postpaid, with real jttamZaiS& ^ Alas! for poor J^O B He will need all iT j Datienceol his name^ke if he js 'f^ it I^r ^ J»^«rairTO7«KM^ UST OF UVCLAIMED IETTEKS. -General Post Office, Launceston, I December 17th, 1830. - Adams ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

' Special proyisious A -1 the creations of Peers -iurin^ the Reign of Cha-rtes are declared puH ap^H — ~v7?idV~~ATid in^JTdm'^o ^^^-reventntlre~rgcirrrence ©f ? ( he abuses^rJiich ha Fe^jestroypd ttie principle ^-f 't'Hip establishment -dF~'tfce Pe^ra^j 3trtlc3« 57, -»hitrh gives To the King an unlimited faculty 4f crt»atinglreers, shall be subnntli°d to- a revision in-i^«-&«8«ions^-H^3i7' ^The ''Kin'f ^-?^Franc*1i ? to take an oath at hrs Coronation similar to^hat taken at^liP-ac-c-^sio«-oMlic4Ciri|;s_ of Eu gland. It was determined in the Chamber of Deputies by acclamation, that henceforth the Tri-colon are the national erablem. It was determined at the 8 a me time that all offences of the Press In Ffaxicre shouldHie tripd^y a Jury;— Ninety-thr^e French Peers have been disqualified from taking their oaths, having been created by Charles. A hrooze medal has been struck at the mint of Paris, to commemorate the three great days of July : it is s«l{i for the benefit of the wid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

' ? * . '?-'??- . I W^l' sold jY^EBncrjificTicm, On Saturday the 8th in St., at the LauncesUn J JloieJ at 1 o'clock, by Mr. Richard White.: — B J^^vcr imported here T a» also a number t of Saxon RAMS Tmported iron i Sydney, per the7 '~J BRITAM*HA_COllsii-tifIg©f, , * 1 bay^KLOiNG, an excellent draught horse ] 1 black Entire HORSE do. do. - 1 cliefniit COLT ' 50 pureJjred Saxon RAMS,-selected from the J flocks of Alexander Riley aud Samuel t Marsd«*n, Esqr*., ©f Sydney. -- — ] AtfD Immediately aftek. ; 1 excellrut. broou oAJltiJieavy in foal 1 1 4 y«ar* old dark ohesnut JWftfi in foal 1 tiily 2 years old, also a good grey GELDING fit for the harness or saddle. Terms to be kuown at the time of Sale, ? ^-BY^WfrRlCHTrttO-WfllTE; ? — - At the Launceston Hotel, on Wednesday, the 19th January, 183 1 :- BETWEEN 40 and 50 Prime Steers, fit either for ike Batcher or the j r Plough, and being ef the most improved j Breed, are well worthy the atcention of the I Public. ^ TERMS.— PROMPT PAYMENT,...

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POLICE REPORT. Monday, December 20th, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 January 1831

POLICE REPORT. Monday, December 20th, 1830. John Dunhill, drunk and disorderly—fined 5s.   G. Robinson, (Public Works), drunkenness       —one month to hard labor. James Gorst, drunkenness and assaulting the constables in the execution of their duty—fined 5s., and also sureties to keep the peace for three months.     Tuesday, December 21st.           John Bird, drunk and disorderly— fined 5s. Patrick Lynch, (assigned to James Hill), drunk and out after hours—one month to hard labor.                           John Berry, (constable), being in a public house at 8 o'clock last night, when off duty,   contrary to orders—reprimanded. Jane Mallet, absenting herself from...

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FATAL MILLING. THE SHAMROCK AND THE THISTLE, OR IRELAND, v. SCOTLAND. MATCH BETWEEN SIMON BYRNE AND SANDY" 'KAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

FATAL MILLING. THE SUAMUOCK AND THE THISTLE, OR. IRELAND, V. SCOTLAND. MATCH BETWEEN SIMON BYRNE AND SANDY r»'KAY. The long pending match between Simon Byrne. '- the tight Irish Boy,' and Sandy M'Krj* the j^iam^oarOf-^UA^aiid^Mik^^ — ? dred pounds a side was decided on Wednesday, the 3d. June last. The match was made among the Arot-s, and a gentleman was appointed to name the place of mating, whose knowledge of localities, it was thought, would enable him to select a~spot— free — »rom tfc objection;' At twely^o'clocirthe expected H^fnbs*-reache^-;i— the WnH's Arms ; wh n the hour of one nearly arrJvjid^M*Kay;, accompanied iiy^Pom X^pibb^md George Coopor^opproached the arena, int- which ~ he flung a broad Kilmurnock cap, ornamented With an eagle's feather and orange tassel, which had adorned his pericranium. Simon Byrne at the same moment threw in his cantor from the opposite side, and both, on. entering th* ring, shosk hands with great good humour, MkK ay again mounting his cap with...

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ENGLISH WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

? ENGLISH WAJV^^-T1'^——^ - .Wanted immediatiatdy, a^ return-oMhe olden tiroes, namely, bread at sixpence _a-4paf meat three-pence per lb., beer three ? jiente, per potf -^^4t^e^ug-^ww--fo^md rather ? man, his -wife, and~six^ri1dren to live upoar : — -eight ehillinga per week,— perhaps upon nothing. _ 2. Item. Wanted a machine to abridge . the necessities of existence and thereby to couuteracit the^effects of so many which -have long impeded ? the means of subsistence, hv abridciifffiabour. 3. JBfanted^a tipw impressionof the London. -Ga%eHe^\i\\OMt a single bankrupt. (N. ff. Not ^ ? over^xact npon^tf ifle^ — should it contain onty * score, Juwjll supersede the old edition.) — -oV44€m,-— Wa4vted-afl— entire— abolition— of-tbe ? effluvium and dim ger from adopting gas, to 'the great discomfort and los^_D£^feyera1 ^chop«fal4en: tallow chandlers and oilmen. (Query, aad -detri- ment of our whale fishers ?) ^ '.?-?-- — N. B.LjTJiis^excLellfnt invention, besides the evident benefits it aff...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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