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CROWN LAND REGULATIONS. (No 278.) No 1. Copy of a Despatch from Earl Grey to Governor Sir C. A. Fitz Roy. Downing-street, December 20, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

CROWN LAND REGULATIONS. (No 278.) No 1. Copy of a Despatch from Earl Grey to Governor Sir C. A. Fitz Roy. Downing-street, December 20, 1847. Sir,—I have received your Despatch, No 125, of the 19th June last, enclosing a pamphlet published in Sydney, by Mr. Lowe, a member of the Legislative Coun- cil, and entitled " The Impending Crisis ; an Address to the Colonists of New South Wales on the proposed Land Orders." You will inform Mr. Lowe that I have read his remarks, but that I am unable to concur in the views he has expressed in regard to this question. The grounds upon which I have adopted an opinion in   opposition to his own on the subject, will be found in my despatches relating to the system of leasing land in the colony, which have all been printed, and to those documents I should wish Mr Lowe to be referred. I have, &c., GREY. Sir C. A. Fitz Roy, &c. (No 34.) No 2. Copy of a Despatch from Earl Grey to Governor Sir C. A. Fitz Roy. Downing-street, ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

Domestic Intelligence. Barefaced Robbery.—On Wednesday   afternoon, a coat was taken from the shop of a dealer in Elizabeth-street by a fellow named John Halford, in the presence of several persons, with which he walked off   quite leisurely. The son of Armstrong, the dealer, witnessed the theft, and gave information to the police, which led to the robber's apprehension. He was com- mitted for trial on Thursday by his Wor- ship the Mayor.   CAUTION TO CONSTABLES —His Worship the Mayor signified from the Police Bench   on Thursday morning, that he disap- proved of Constables following any other business than that exacted from them as members of the Police Force. He thought one occupation quite sufficient, and was of opinion that they ought to confine themselves exclusively to their police duties. Gross Misconduct. — On Tuesday last Mr. James Whittaker, a passenger per Lord Hungerford, appeared at the police office to pro- secute a f...

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TOWN COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST. DISCUSSION ON THE SITE FOR THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

TOWN COUNCIL. Thursday, March 1st DISCUSSION IN THE SITE FOR THE TOWN HALL. Councillor Nicholson moved pursuant   to notice—" That the following resolution passed at the Quarterly Meeting of the Council on the 9th February, 1849, be now rescinded, viz.—That application be made to his Excellency the Governor through the usual channel for a grant of the land recommended by the Public Works' Committee as a site for a Town Hall." Councillor Nicholson observed there could be very little doubt the Town Hall should be in a convenient and central   business situation, and the site in Swan- ston and Collins-streets appeared to him the best in both respects. The town was not extending towards Collingwood only ;   the Government House, and Botanic Gardens were attractions in another diirction, and the sale of allotments at South Melbourne would give the town a great cast towards that locality. Business would naturally follow the shipping; mills, manufacto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

For ¡Launceston. pHE SHAMROCK G. Gilmore, Febraory 28. FOR LONDON. THE first-class barque   MARTIN LUTHER, 450 tons register, James Hutton, Commander, having the greater portion of her cargo engaged, will --- quick ---. For freight of passage, having splendid cabin accommodation, apply to CAPTAIN HUTTON onboard,     or to     JACKSON, RAE, & CO.,   Melbourne and Geelong. WANTED by a Lady, a situation of Nursery Governess, or to take charge of an establishment, as she has had experience in housekeeping.         Most respectable references can be adduced. Address A.F., office of this paper, Melbourne. A SITUATION who has two years experience on a sheep station. Salary -- -- object as a comfortable situation.   Reference ---- Address to the Argus Office. Overseer, by a person |rs expérience on a hbeep 'eli aeöfn/ect as a com Address to t...

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The Argus. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, [?]mpugn it whoso list." TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

The Argus. I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1849. " His Lordship observed that it had been now deter- mined that ticket-of-leave men should be sent to New South Wales ; and that the next ship would take that class of con- victs to Port Phillip." Mr. Jackson's Letter. " The Convicts shall not land." —Port Phillip Watch Word. THE MEETING. The Day has come. The great, th' important day, Big with the fate of Cato, and of Rome. A day that will exercise an influence for good or evil, upon the future destinies of Port Phillip, which unborn generations will rejoice over or deplore. We doubt whether the Australian colonies ever pre- sented a more numerous meeting than   that which will gather to-day, and we are quite sure that no part of the world ever saw one more enthusiastic or unanimous. We trust that the resolutions passed, and the tone adopted throughout the pro...

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THE VICE-REGAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

THE VICE-REGAL VISIT. A special meeting of the City Council is convened by his Worship the Mayor, at Eleven o'clock to-day, on the following requisition:—   TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF MELBOURNE. Sir—Intelligence having reached Melbourne that his Excellency the Governor of the Colony       contemplates visiting this City in the course of a few days, we the undersigned Membere of the Town Council consider, that notwithstanding the     want of courtesy manifested in the absence of the customary official intimation of the Vice-regal visit, proper steps ought to be taken for the recep- tion of his Excellency by the Municipal autho- rities. We have therefore to request that your Worship will convene a Special Meeting of the Town Council to consider and determine upon the steps proper to be taken by that Body on the occasion of the approaching visit of his Excellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy, Governor of the Colo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

jrOS P21ENTÏMG. ¡Ti» PUPLIC JBÍ.BÍSrKCTFULLY INfOUMIB, THAI t OF ^£¿ KIADS, T~- U ILL li BXSCDTKU AT * ¡a b a a o it s office, (i'uA «»urn««, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his printing of HOOK-WORK, the wkole of his type tor tluit purpose being perfectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne. NOTSC3 jOUND-KEEPERS and others requiring __ the publication of advertisements in the ¡Goveii.nment Gazette, arc requested to forward ¡their notices, from this date to the A no us Office, .Collins-street, the Gazette being now printed at ihal office. ^ Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of n number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Ölfice ¡>F this Journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with f!¡-\ Yißvv^of eniibling the owners to recover their V' i¿ stock at small expense. * IX t have, therefore, tu invite settlers who may dave strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to this oflice a descrip...

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SUPREME COURT. (Nisi Prius.) (Before His Honor the President Judge.) Friday, March 2nd. COWEL v KIDDLE. Jury—Messrs. A. A. Broad[?]oot, Octavius Brown [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

Supreme Court. (Nisi Prius.) (Before His Honor the Resident Judge,) Friday, March 2nd. COWELL v KIDDLE.     Jury—Messrs. A. A. Broadfoot, Octavius Brown J. A. Burnett, and Samuel Bawtree.       For Plaintiff, Counsel, Mr. Williams, Soli- citors, Messrs. Moor and Chambers; for De- fendant, Counsel, Mr, Stawell, Solicitor, Mr. Sladden. Mr. Williams stated the case to the Jury. It   was an action of Assumpsit, in which Mr J.W. Cowell was Plaintiff, and Mr. Wm. John Kiddle Defendant. The declaration contained a full ac- count, alleging that Plaintiff sold Defendant a Gelding called " Liberty," for £35, condition, I, that if the horse won a race at Geelong or Mel- bourne, the purchaser was to pay £10, and if it did not win, the Plaintiff was to forfeit fit Defendant. It was averred that " Liberty" Ü win a race at Geelong, and that Defendant rtljJ to pay the £10. A second count was for fffl Horse-meat and Stabli...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 6 March 1849

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. March 1—Hero, barque, 322 tons, M'Donald, commander, from Geelong. March 2—Alexander, schooner, 18 tons, Guil- lan, master from Geelong. March 2—Vixen, schooner, 45 tons, Currie, master, from Geelong. March 2—Cygnet, cutter, 30 tons, Brook, master, from Geelong.     March 2—Sophia, schooner, 45 tons, Thom- son, master, from Portland Bay, in ballast. March 3—Wuzeer, ship, 525 tons, G. Suther-   land, comnnnder, from Leith 5th November and Adelaide 27th February. Passengers— Cabin—Mrs. William Wilson, Mr. John H. Kerr, Mr. Robert Neil, Mr Charles M'Cal- lum, Mr. W. Kaye, Mrs Kaye, Messrs. H. Bawtree, W. Bateman, James Toppleton, and J. S. Brodie. Steerage—Dr. Creswick, Wiffin, Mrs. Williams, and two children, Messrs   Saunders, Cross, Brough, Ingram, Fraser, wife,   and seven children, Mrs Fraser, Senr., Dean   and wife, Bradshaw, wife and two children, Watt and wife, Baker, w...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

NOTICE. THE sale advertised to take place on the 3rd March, at Mount Macedon Pound, is postponed to the 17th instant, in consequence of non-attendance. THOMAS SEALE, I 3i Cd Poundkeeper. sr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

SUBSCRIBERS to the Argus both-in town and country, who have to complain of the j irregular receipt of that paper, are respectfully re- quested to make the same known at the Office, in order that fprtbe fuluie, punctuality in the delivery may be insured. j For Xiaunoestc HE /HA M ROC [mer, G/Gilmw !ommo/der, ___ Melbourne lor, on To-morrow tht^lOth instant, proceed direct tojfea, For freight q^mssage/opply ilyft. SMITH, k Market Squire. March 9, 1849. / Ls* VOpt -fiOHOOK, 11 H E flrst-clas! bun 'MARTIN LUTHER,' 450. tons register, Jam«Hi ton/ Commonjiev hiflÉg" «n oimtffuipf fdstj " 'his vessel has splendid cabin accorami and carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage, apply to C»f!u Hutton, on Board; or, to JACKSON, RAE, it CO« ¿Melbourne and GmIoi; February 27,^49 DALGETY, GORES¿ CO, 'ANTED. A SITUAI who baa station, fortable b1 Reference une/ception Argus Office. ?, by s wkB nee on s us[_ object ti *«?? Address^ iJ WANTED. A SITUATION as Storekeeper on I rap« able stat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

MARRIED. On the 4th instant, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. A. C. Thompson, ?. F. Sheppard, Esq., of Lake Colac, to Eliza, relict of Mr. Charles Evans of Manchester, and daughter of the late Benjamin Browne, Esq., of Hornsey, London. A. C. Thompson, f. :e Colac, toyiliia/re of Manchester, JTnd Cathedral, by the FJeheppard, -Esq., nVâ. of Mr. Charles aughterof the late of hornsey, London.

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. (Published by Authority.) [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

PORT PHILLIP   (Published by Authority.) LIST of all Persons who have been duly licensed during the month of February, 1849, to act as Auctioneers, under authority of the Act of the Governor and Council, 11th Victoria, No. 16. NAME OF PERSONS LICENSED. John Frizzell. Robert Salt. PLACE OF ABODE. Belfast. Do.... NAMES OF SURETIES. William Hovendon and John Finn. John Mason and Samuel Pearco» DESCRIPTION OF LICENSE NAME OF POLICE DISTRICT IF IT IS A DISTRICT LICENSE District. Do. Belfast. Do. Sub-Treasury, Melbourne, March 5th, 1849 W. LONSDALE, Sub-Treasurer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

JOS PRINTING. Ki Public «n* uesrECTFULLY iNroRMto, thai ALL KIÙDS, WILL Bl HXBOOTED AT «3333 A.BOUS OTFICB, Vhih neutn«sj,accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to hil nntingof BOOK-WORK, the vihoU of his type n that purpose being perfectly new, and cotise iinii/y greatly superior to any vther office in {«Mourn«. EfJOUND-KEBPERS and others requiring ?f the publication of advertisements in the OVEBNMENT Gazeïte, are requested to forward air notices, from this date to the Argus Office^ ollms-street, the Gazette being now printed at tat office. EogiC'ier of Strayed Cattle, 4 T thîçcquest of a number of our aubsonbers i*,j w hav^s opened nt the Publishing OflSco of ^.journal, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with tví' ,í .>{ enabling tlie owners to recover their n«ing * "Jot at small expense. We have, therefore, to invite settlers who may live strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to ins office a description of such cattle which will ie published free of c...

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CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

CRIMINAL SESSIONS. IT is ordered, that a Criminal Session and Geneial Gaol Delivery of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, for the District of Port Phillip, be holden at the Court House, La Trobe-street, in the Town of Melbourne, on Thursday, the fifteenth day of March instant, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at vvhich all parties concerned are requested to give their attendance. Dated this third day of March, A.D., 1849. WILLIAM a'BECKETT, Resident Judge.

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SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

SEPARATION. In speaking of the folly of any longer keeping up the farce of bona fide election, we have lately twice warned our readers that a change in the British Ministry was far from unlikely, and that its most imme- diate effect would probably be the post- ponement of Separation. The most im- portant feature in the last batch of English news is to the effect that "Lord John Russell and Earl Grey are said to be about to retire from the Ministry. This may probably have the effect of delaying the bill for granting Representative In- stitutions to the Australian colonies." The fact of a steady persistence in non-election would force Separation upon any ministry, and nothing short of that is to be depended on. Truly the Gee- long wiseacres, with Captain Fyans and Mr. Mackinnon at their head, have much to answer for. The ridiculous position of our own three incorrigibles induces us both to pity and forgive them.

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy left Sydney, for this port, on. the 2nd instant, by H. M. S. Havanah, and the vessel was subsequently seen off Cape Howe by the Shamrock, steamer, and may consequently be expected to arrive in the course of to-day. A public meeting of the inhabitants has been convened, for to-morrow, to address His Excellency, and it is to be hoped that, by that time, some intima- tion will be given, to enable the citizens to do due honour to the Governor, on his arrival. In proportion as the desire is manifested to withdraw the Governor from communication with the public ought to be the desire, that His Excel- lency should be in a position to think and act for himself.

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS March 8, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS March 8, 1849. Grain—Wheat since our last report has been declining in price, and has now reached as low as from 3s to 3s 3d per bushel. Too large quan- tities are being sent to market, the effect of which will certainly be to lower the rate still farther. During last week several of the most extensive farmers in the neighbourhood not re- lishing the state of the market here, were in treaty with a mercantile firm in town for the freighting   of a vessel with wheat for the British market, and   could have obtained an advance on their ship- ments equal to the prices above quoted, but una- nimity in the design not prevailing among the projectors of the enterprise, it is at present in abeyance. Oats are very plentiful, and have fallen in price to from 2s to 3s per bushel. There is no Maize in the market. Flour—The disparity between the prices of flour and wheat has for some time been great, the former article rating as...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

POST OFFICE. Mails will close for the undermentioned places as follow :— Sophia, for Portland, indefinite. Shamrock, for Launceston, to-morrow at 10 o'clock, a.m. Swan, for Launceston, 13th instant, at half past 5, p.m. Hooghly, for London, 23rd instant, at half past 5, p m.

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DISTRICT PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, March 6, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Argus — 9 March 1849

DISTRICT PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, March 6, 1849. The following Magistrates presided at the Police Office at an adjourned Court of Petty Sessions :—James Simpson, Esq., (Warden j the District, chairman,) James Smith, and A. Powlett, Esqs., and Captain Hutton.   PUBLICANS' TRANSFER.   Mr. John Stephen applied for the transfer of the publicans' general license held by Mr. Ewen Tolmie, for the Kinlochewe Inn, to Mr. George Beaver. Granted. AUCTIONEER'S GENERAL LICENSE. The application of Mr. W. L. Brodie, of the Moonee Ponds, for an auctioneer's genereral license for the sale of cattle at his farm, was refused on the grounds that there was no publie necessity for such sales, and the absence of sufficient rea- sons for its being granted. The Court was then adjourned.

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