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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of Augustus Charles Suchet, of King-street, Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, and Colony of New South Wales, Innkeeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. In the Insolvent Estate of Augustus Charles Suchet, of King-stieet, Melbourne, in the District of Port Phillip, and Colony of New South Wales, Innkeeper. NOTICE is hereby given, that on cause shewn by James Graham, the Official Assignee in this estate, the first meeting of cre- ditors appointed for Thursday, the twenty-second of Octoher, is altered to Friday next, the second dny ol'October, 1846. I hereby appoint a meet- ing of the creditors of the said Augustus Charles Suchet, to be holden before me, tit my office, Supreme Court House, La Trobe-street, Mel- bourne, on Friday, the said second day of Octo- ber, nt eleven o'clock forenoon, for proof of debts, and for the election of an assignee, if the creditors think fit, to net with the official assignee ; and if it shall appear nt the said meeting, that the goods and effect* uf the said Augustus Charles Suchet do not exceed the sum of £100, I shall sum- marily proceed to rank the debts which shall b...

Publication Title: Melbourne Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

f , (Queen's Cijentu Xioî?al. FOR THE BENErir OF MR. KEWSON, (Ihe American Comedian ) , THURSDAY, Octobe, 1st, 1846, "ILL be pu formed (for the first time) in this province, u diama founded un lutts, 'entitled 'Lt < ' -Ambrose G-winett, on ,\iit\»Mi£>A SEA SIDE STORY. * AinbrAse" Gwmett .Mr. ßoyd, Ned Grayling.Mr. Grove. nu ul Ji ° . iu,'"J',J1 lo be followed by The 01 iginal Highland Thng.Mr. Kewson, ifGi uvès of Blamey.Nr. Talchon, <'"* '" Chinese dunce-Mnsfci Chambers, An entire new Niggei song .Mr Kewson, The Polka by Mr. Chnmbers and1 Múdame Vcilbuin. Piewous to,,the lost piece, the overture of " Fia Diavota." t t'l lie whole to conclude with the 2î.niglit3 of St. Jolm, (JMhmbd Tumbo (on this (occasion) Mr. Newson. -' Ki ,, ^ Doors open at seven precisely. .oejiJii! , i,j <- ' 11 J. T. SMI I Ii, r> ?.Pi^l'rijilor.

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE MARKETS. MONDAY, SFPT. 28, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

Gtonuticrrial IntcUtQcncc. MELBOURNE MARKETS. MONDAY, SFPT. 28,1846. PoTATors.-Port Phillip, none in market; do, V. D. Land, 4s. to 4s- Cd. per cwt. Sea kule, Is. to Is. 4d. per dish. Asparagus, 2s. to 2s. 6/1. per 100. Peas, 9d. per quart. Onions, d)'ied, Cd. to 8d. per lb., do. green, per bunch, Id, cabbage, lil. to 3d. each. Brocly, 3d. to 4d. each. Cauliflower, 2d. lo 3d. per do. Spinage, Is. per dish. Celery, Gd. per «ead. Leeks, 1J per bunch. Radishes, Id. per do. Lettuce, Id. per do. Turnips, 2 hunches for 2J. Carrots, Id, per du. Beetroot, 2d. each. Rhubarb, Cd. per bunch.- Cut flowers, 2 d. to 4d. per bunch. . FRUIT.-Apples, 6d. to 8d. per lb. Oranges, 3d/:to 4d. cuclu Lemons, 4d. each. POULTRY.-Geese, 6s. to 8». euch. Turkeys, 6s. to 8s. do. Fowls, 2s. 9d., to 3s. Cd. per couple. Ducks, 4s. to 4s, 6d. per couple. Rab- bits, 2s. do. Pigeons, Is. Cd., to 2s. per do. Eggs; lCd. per dozen. Butter, fresh, lOd. to Is. per lb. Milk, 3d. per quart. ADELAIDE MARKETS, 18TH SF.PTEMDE...

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INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, 23rd September, 1846. Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, 23rd September, 1846. Before R. W. Pohlman, Esq., Chief Commis sioner. In the Estate of William Nicholson.-Assets under £100. There were no debts proved upon lhe Estate. No creditors in attendance. No as- signee elected. In the Estate of George Wilmot.-Application for certificate granted. Friday, 25th September. In the Insolvent Estate of James Ross.-The in- solvent not having brought up certain documents which were required, his examination was post- poned until Wednesday next. MEETINO OP CREDITORS. This Day. In the Insolvent Estate of W. II. Dutton, first and only meeting at 11 o'clock.

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MR. BREWSTER'S BILL. A Bill to abolish the Division of the Profession of the Law in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

, MR.",BRE\VSTER'S BILL. A Bill to abolish the Division of the Profession'of ' the Law in New South Wales. WHEREAS the division of the profession of the law into two distinct branches, is mi suited to the cir- cumstances of the Colony of Kew South Wales, and is prejudicial to the interests of the community at large ; and it ísjust and expedient that such di- vision should be forthwith abolished : Be it therefore enacted by his Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, that all persons who now are, or who shall hereafter be, enrolled in the Supreme Court of the said Co- lony, as barristers, or as attorneys, solicitors, or proctors, shall, whilst their names remain on the rolls of the said Court, be entitled to practise and act in the said Court, and in all other Courts, and before all Judges, Justices, and other judicial tri bunuls in the said Colony,' as well in the charac- ter and capacity of barristers or adv...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the TEAZER we have Adelaide jour- nals to the 19th instant. The following are the only items of intelligence which require notice : WE have at length the satisfaction to sfrite our belief that the existence of coal in a part of South Australia where it will be immediately an! emi- nently available is now placed beyond a doubt. The name of the discoverer, or, as we Lope we shall he able shortly to call him, the fortunate discoveier, is Alexander M'Geary who, having spent months in the task of exploration, Ins lately found the black carboniferous superstratum which is a sure indication of the existence of coal he low. We have seen one of the specimens brought ¡u, and have no doubt the perfecting of the dis- covery, by the production of bituminous coal from below the stratified substance found, will be prompt and accomplished with facility. The precise locality is yet asecret with Mr. M'Geary, but it is admitted to be within a few miles of the Burra Burra and Prince...

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THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

THE TOWN COUNCIL. . THE Town Council meets to-day, at'three o'clock, p.m., for the transaction of, the following business : ORDEIlS OP THE DAY. ) " 1. To consider and determine as to the pro- priety of negotiating a loan of £500 with the Union Bank in connexion with the report of the Finance Committee received at last 'Council Meeting. 2. To consider and determine on the Report of the Public Works Committee, recommending the reconstruction of the Cattle Yards as per plan and estimate, in connexion with the Report of the Market Committee, presented to the coun- cil on the 10th September instant. 3. To consider and determine on the propriety of authorizing the payment of the customary fee to the parties who acted as Special Constables at the riots in the mouth of July last ; also, as to the expediency of ordering au outlay of twenty pounds for the purehase of Batons for the Special Constables, in connexion with an opinion from the Standing Counsel relative to the liability of the Corp...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

IMPOUNDINGS. At Melbourne, on September 8th 1846.- Damage £1-one bay entire colt, black points, long tail, stands about 16 hands high, off shoulder J-0 or ¿]-0 : if not claimed to ha sold 2nd Oc- tober.-4s. At Pentridge, 30th August, 1846-A bay cob, switch tail, star forehead, snip on nose, a little white near hind fetlock, H near shoulder : if not claimed, to be sold on the 1st day of October, 1846.-4s. At Melbourne, on the 9th September, 1846-     One sandy she goat, white on belly and sides, has bell drops, a sandy she kid by her side ; one grey she goat, heavy in kid ; one jet black she goat, in kid ; one black und white speckled she goat, one bearded sandy she goat, a black stripe down the back ; one two-toothed sandy she goat ; one black she goat, white head, belly, and legs, heavy in kid ; one sandy and white sheeted she goat ; one young grey she goat ; one black mid white speckled she kid. Trespass-Two shillings each. If not claimed, to be sold ou t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

JOB PRINTING. TUE PUBLIC ABE RESPICTFULLY JNFORMED, THAT mh l$vinttn% OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE EXECUTE» AT TBS MEiBOUHNE ABGUS OFFICE, Ji'il/i neatness, accuracy, and despatch. The Printer particularly invites attention to his ¡mittag of BOOK-WORK, the whole of his type /« that purpose being pcijectly new, and conse- quently greatly superior to any other office in Melbourne, MB. E. M. L. SMITH has been appointed . Collector and Shipping Reporter for the MELHOUHNE AUGUB. WILLIAM KERR, Argns Office, 24th August, 1846. Notice* MR. WILLIAM CORP,bas been appointed GeDcral Reporter for the MELBOUHNE ARGUS. WILLIAM KERR. Argus Office, 10th September, 1B4C. Register of Strayed Cattle, AT the request of a number of our subscribers we have opened at the Publishing Office of this Joumui, a Registry of Strayed Cattle, with the view of enabling the owners to recover their missing slock at small expense. We have, therefore, to invite settlers who may have strayed cattle on their runs, to furnish to ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

âïjtipmg ïnMUjjencf. ARRIVED. September 25-Velocity, schooner, 138 tob«, Pockleyi ' master, from Sydney. Passengers cabin,-Mr. E. M. Sayers, Mr. Holman, Mr. Fitzharding, Miss E. Saunders, Miss E. Lewin, Rev. J. J. Therry, Mr. II. 11. Pockley, Mr. J. Billerwell ; steerage-Patrick M'Gratb, Luke Chambers, Dennis Sweeney, Mr. J. M. Hen dries. Raleigh, agent. .September 27-Teazar, schooner, 57 tons, Ball mailer, from Adelaide. Passengers-Messrs. Newham, Montefiore, and Saunders, Mrs. Clifford, Miss Clifford, Mv. Bromley, Mrs. Higgins und two childen, James Bariery, C. Bull, and J. Gillett. James Cain, agent. SAILED. September 26.-Suiun, for Launceston. . . .. IMPORTS^ September 24-Scotia, schooner, from Hobart Town-35,000 feet timber, 55,000 shingles, 2500 staves, 300 felloes, 2,000 pilings, J. Raleighi; 20'buudles spades, 5000 feet timber, Order. September 25 - Velocity, schooner, f'om Sydney. For cargo, see last publication. September 27-Teaser, schooner, from Adel- aide,-6 hhds whiske...

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TO EDWARD JONES BREWSTER, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AND M.C., FOR PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

TO EDWARD JONES BREWSTER, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW, AND M.C., FOR PORT PHILLIP. Sir - No apology is requisite for my addressing you thus publicly. Every man's public conduct is open to public scrutiny, to be made and con- ducted in a fair and temperate spirit, and free from personalities. The former I shall endeavour to preserve, and the latter, as I do not subscribe my name, to avoid. I shall, therefore, not pause to enquire whether any motives of a self interested nature have prompted you in the course you are now observ- ing with regard to the Bill which you have in- troduced, purporting to regulate the practice of the legal profession, as relating to the admission of barristers and attorneys - nor will I stop to ask " what tempting aspect drew you from the road"   of legislative and professional pursuits, to launch into a wild crusade against the established cus   toms of the land or what may be your views and   intentions in attempting this ...

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To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

To the Editor of the Melbourne Argus. Sut-Allow me, through the medium of your columns, to contradict a statement which op. peared in the Herald of Thursday, relative to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The para- graph to which I refer appeared under the head- ing "Domestic Intelligence," and described, in concise but explicit language, the internal dis- order which existed in the government of the above truly noble (because benevolent) order. This statement, Sir, is false-wilfully so-as no- thing ever approximating to a disruption has occurred among the members of the Order al- luded to ; and were it not for reasons of conse querjce to the brotherhood, I would eulighten the public as to the object and intentions of the gen- tleman-,-(oven were he clerical,) who caused the insertion of the objectionable statement, For the present, I decline to do so ; a repetition of the offence will not meet with the like for- bearance. ' ' Your insertion of the above will not only have a tend...

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SUPREME COURT. Friday, 25th September, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

SUPREME COURT.   Friday, 25thi September, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge. Exparte Shaw v. Clarke. - After hearing the arguments of counsel in this cause, which is an application to the Court to make absolute a rule nisi obtained in this case for a criminal informa- tion. His Honor the Resident Judge reserved his judgment. Saturday, September 26, 1846. Before his Honor the Resident Judge, in Cham- ber Sittings. In re Bennett v. Bacchus, Jun. - Mr. Williams, on behalf of the defendant, moved to set aside the original writ, on the ground of irregularity. Mr. S. Stephen opposed the application, con- tending that not a single irregularity existed, and that the application could not be sustained. His Honor considered the grounds of the ap- plication and not been supported, but must re- serve his judgment.

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THE MIGNIONETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

THE MIGNONETTE. Thou modest, sweetest little Flower, Least obtrusive of the flow'ry race , Humblest that adores the bower, The greatest favorite in the vase.   1 hough drest m all their beauteous tin', 1 hy neighbours sport then lovelier huei, Compared with thee their powers are stint So rich thy uec'tral scent» diffuse As like theipompous courts of Kings, ( Where all iSbplendoui and array, Dows goodness chaste from sueh like springs ' Lesspure than through the humble bine Though grandest of the flower tribe, d With feasting eyes I've mov'd ulong, And thought frem none 1 could imbibe So much delight as thut guy tliiong. I , J hy modest dress and state so low, I My eye could see nougnt to admire Until, on near upprouch, did flow lhy richest sweets, to full uesue I've often seen a blooming girl Esteem'd for pride und outward mien, Accomphsh'd in the giddy whirl, In fashion's court none íairéi teen , Yet, compared with the humble maid, Devoid corrupted elegance, Of nature'...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, September 18th, 1846. IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, September 18th, 1846. IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT Mr. Lowe moved the second reading of the Bill, taking away from the Court of Bequests the power of imprisonment for debt, on mesne, or final process. Mr. Robinson seconded the motion, which was opposed by the Attorney-General and Mr. Brewster. On a division the motion was carried by . majority of 10 to 9. COAL BILL. The Sydney Coal Act Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed. SCAB AND CATARRH IN SHEEP.   The Bill for the amendment of the Scab and Catarrh in Sheep Acts was further considered in Committee   Tuesday, September 22. NEW MEMBER J. F. L. Foster, esq., took the oaths and his seat as member for Port Phillip CRIME AND EDUCATION. Mr. Cowper gave notice of moving on a future day for certain statistical returns relative to crime and education. GIPPS LAND BLACKS.   Mr Brewster asked the Colonial Secretary if any steps had been taken relative to the females detained by the bl...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. Saturday, September 26th, 1846. Before W. B. Wilmot, Esq., M.D., Coroner for the District. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

CORONER'S INQUEST. Saturday, September 26th, 1846. Before W. B. Wilmot, Esq., M.D., Coroner for the District. A Coroner's Inquest was held at Mr. Shanks' Royal Highlaner, Queen's Wharf, upon view of the body of a man unknown, when the following evidence was adduced :   Henry King, seaman, in Captain Cole's em- ploy, deposed-between three and four o'clock on the afternoon of the 25th September, I saw the body of deceased floating in the water off the Queen's Wharf, and proceeded in a boat towards the spot, and making fast a rope to said body, I toned it to the banks of the wharf. Juhn Parslow, constable, deposed-about three o'clock yesterday afternoon , the 25th of Septem- ber, I saw the body of deceased floating in the water off the Queen's Wharf, near the Falls; I watched the body until I saw it float down near the Royal Highlander ; I saw two men in a boat towing the body with a rope to the shore, and caused it to be conveyed to the Royal High- lander, and caused the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

The "Tigresa," for Adelaide, ILL sail positively on Wednesday, the 30th '. instant. Pussengers must be on , board on Wednesduy forenoon. ALEX. A. BROADFOOT, Agent, Flinders-lane. 28th September, 1846. For London. II E fine first clnsi teak built ship " WILLIAM: WILSON," 418 tons, Captain _ W. E. Shaw. For freight or pussage, apply to tho commander on board, or _JAMES CAIN. WANTE35. rWO Wheelwrights who perfectly understand their business, and to whom liberal wages will be given. Apply immediately to, WILLIAM RENNIE. Corner of Little Collins and Swauston strcets. Melbourne, September 3rd, 1846._ To ¡Let, at Richmond. A THREE-ROOMED BRICK COTTAGE, with out kitchen, and an acre and a half of ground attached, all fenced, and in cultivation. Immediate possession can be had if required. ALSO, For sale, a horse and wood and water carts, and harness, with an excellent established water carrying business. Apply at this Office September 24, 1846. NOTICE. I THE Undersigned, do hereby offer a R...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. DESERTERS.—On Friday two deserters from the 11th Regiment now stationed in Mel-   bourne, named Thomas Heath and Robert Hall, were brought before his Worship the Mayor, and having confessed their offence, his Worship di- rected that they should be handed over to the commanding officer of the detachment, to be dealt with according to martial law. A LUNATIC.—A dangerous lunatic,   named Patrick Geraghty, was on Friday com- mitted to gaol for safe custody, after an exami- nation by a medical board. CONDITIONAL PARDONS.-The Overland Mail of Friday last brought to the Melbourne Bench the following conditional pardons for par- ties in this District, which are lying at the Police Office to be taken up :—William Dempsey, per Ferguson ; Charles Green, Manlius ; Patrick Kenny, Marquis of Hastings. HUON PINE.—Some splendid samples of Huon pine veneers are to be seen at the shop of Mr. Crook, cabinetmaker, Collins-street, which were brought from ...

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PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Port Phillip. CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 29 September 1846

PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Port Phillip. CONTRACTS FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE FOR 1847.   NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this office until Saturday, 24th October next, for furnish- ing the under mentioned supplies for 12 calendar months, commencing 1st Ja- nuary, 1847, upon the conditions here after specified. DAILY RATIONS OF PROVISIONS. No. 1. Emigrants-For men, 24 oz. wheaten bread, 16 oz., fresh meat, 8 oz. vegetables, half oz. salt, quarter oz. tea, one and a half.oz sugar, quarter.oz. soap, For women-16 oz. wheaten bread, 12 oz. fresh meat, 6 oz. vegetables, half oz. salt, quarter oz, tea, one and a half oz. sugar, half oz soap. Children under ten years to be allowed two-thirds the rations of female adults ; above that age and under fifteen the same as adults. No. 2. To prisoners of the crown and others in the employment of the colonial departments- 20 oz- wheaten bread, 8 oz. maize meal, 16 oz. fresh beef, quarter oz. salt, one oz, s...

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Notice. [Newspaper Article] — The Melbourne Argus — 2 October 1846

Kotice. TUE publie pound now situated in front ol Cox's-street, adjoining Victoria Terrace, will, within one month from the dato of this pub- lication, be removed to that part of James Strib ling's farm which adjoins the Town of Belfast on the Mount'Napier road. (Signed) A. II. HUME, Clerk of the Bench. Belfast, Sept, 15, 1816. TUE MEI IIOUUVE ARGUS IS published on thi mornings aj luesday, and lrulay ni ena week, and ]oi warded simultaneously to eier¡ patt oj the pi ounce, and to Sydney, l'an Diemen's Land, South Australia, Swan Raer, New Zealand, the Mawitius, the Cape of Goo¿ Hope, England, Ireland, and Scotland, At United States oj Ainenca, Fiance, India, b\c, by eveiy possible opportunity The quaittn teimmale on the 31st Match, 30th June, 30rt September, and 31 st December, at which penfdi OMA can subscribas decline, by giving notifun writing, and paying the amount due to theeni of the cuncnt quaiter. Posons desirous oj subset ibmg dm ing the currency of a quarter, will only be ...

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