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Melbourne Argus (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Melbourne, Victoria National Library of Australia original poetry. Contributions australian literature. B Alla d. That song doth cause my tears flow my care worn heart mom ii it culls mind the Days gone by that note can return it elis of Hopes that brightly Bono when life us in its Spring and love made Earth a Paradise and life a Chai Nied thing., when Joy lit up the Thoo with Miles and played the heart along j and she i loved so Civ Only was wont sing that song i Bear those old familiar word and listen that air until my bosom s finest chords a Mournful Echo Are. I be sat beneath the Forest tree that shades the Humble cot whore dwelt my love heur Lier sing j How changed is now my lot the tree Tho cot ure standing still where Lity hate stood so Long but she is sleeping in Tho grave that used sing that son Belfast. From a correspondent i August 26tll. Timmy last letter i promised take a retrospective View of the revenues collected irom this place mid the monies expended therein by govern ment. The duties paid in Sydney Melbourne and Portland on goods Imp ipod Here 1 Lake creditor but in All my Calcii latinos have been most careful not tar Ecol but lather keep within Hie amount collected. Stait no then from january i8-j6." i Tho estimated duties paid on goods landed at Belfast from that period the end of the year 1849, is More than �16,000 and in 1850, a sum of nearly �8,000 say �7,5uo was the amount so collected making a collection within these five years of Twenty three thousand Fite Hundred �23,500 pounds Sterling. During that period there was exp ended on government works in the town of Belfast �25 for the repairing of a police office and � 0 in building i immigrant Barrack. �210 a paid for lock up which is just completed. Some people say Belfast is a private township und it could not be expected Elliut of Crement would expend Public Money in it what is Tho difference when land passes oui of the hands of government whether it has been disposed of wholesale or retail ? because the Law c Lis bled or Atkinson pin Chase this place it much less than its Mai be table value no its inhabitants not race Ivo Justice on that no Cotant or Atkinson Lins Given in the town Tho Episcopalian Chun i Uno and n half acre Valu d Iii 1300, mid for n pais Nuge two acres Sta Luck it �_"0 the presbyterian Church two acres valued at �"200 a Liko Quantity the roman Catholic Church of the same value mid one acre the Wesley Nus valued at �100. At Tho outs hts of the town has Given an Aero fora i Irful ground and also in acre for an Hospital be built on. These two last mentioned Neils Uro valued it �50 each. All the deeds in perpetuity us is a deed of govern tit of in uni o and a half situated in Tho Best Patt of Tho town and valued at �400for Tho purpose of erect my Euch buildings is Hie authorities May consider Iiene Esstry. 1 Hus not speak of �1100 Worth of land Given the Public government Lins Roee ivc d it 100 Vor i of land and has in return expended �325, leaving a balance against go Vern out of .�75. From publicans lice Sosi and police of i o fees a sum fully Ihn police Ollie expenditure Here Venn returned j1 of the Treasury Belfast was Long since gazetted a town a police Bench was formed and a custom s officer located in it. Are Wear no we not be justly dealt with ? Touhl Cal and a b ipe1 not in vain Tim attention of the Lieut cant governor Tim Ihu above Sein Oner wave Captain a Orcus arrived from Portland on the Way Melbourne of the 23rd . Immi Ilii Tely on lauding thei Captain reported or Gray that he had on live prisoners committed for horse Stencil Ign mid that had reason believe two of the number who Wero in be Irons nod fastened supplied with a file mid wore Cut Ting their Irons. Tho a two Wero brought on Shore Mil confined in the new Stone lock up. On last evening the Jock up keeper found that they Bud taken no Iron hemp from a bucket left in their room und with it worked away the intr sons leave a Largo Stone in the Wall Quito Loose. Thev would have Mado their is expo in i few inmates if not detected. They ure believed have friends Hore Nidio have been is listing them deprive flip Belfast Folk of their horses a number of which Havo Boen stolen of late. Now in port the Ilsington peal 1, Victory wave Breitm is. _ _ i Tho Margaret and Agues is Insl sailing into Tho buy. ,.1 the Latch heavy Rains have done much mischief jut Tieu Hii Lylo tile Low grounds. Trio biters loss on Wedner Seliy morning ton height never before seen in this District by Tho Whiteman. The Hopkins Rose on wednesday night is Como on a level with or. Foster s House and. Oblige Tho family leave. Tho water was never kno n within ten feet of that height on any former occasion. The mails from Sydney Melbourne and gee Long duo on Tho 21 St and 24th at Belf uht have not reached. Supreme court. I idly August 29e7i. Before his Honor i. Justice a week Cut ecclesiastical jurisdiction -1n-tue will of Thomas h011ds, deceased f. Or Crook moved that probate of last will Lind testament of above deceased be granted John Hale one of the execute a therein named. Granted. I Tun will or o. C. Simson deceased. Or Wilkinson moved that pro of Tho last will and testament of above deceased be granted ?. To James Simpson George Coghill a m. Ten nent Andi. A. Simson executors therein named of the two remaining executors therein " named John Durdin having renounced Tho trusts mid d. F. Coghill being doing. Grunted. In Banco. Roe pm Mills v. Whitro i & was n Rulo show Curuso Why. The verdict obtained for Tho should not set aside and Hail Boon argued at length luring Hist term. His Honor now gave judgment. The Hind Olai Iund in the present suit was Tho Reivi aider of a front ago of 137 feet Llu Nurko Strutt at it Junction with Kli Zuheir str of after de lifting Tho portion running Buck Fruin and of an equal breadth and Width the House occupied by j. G. Taylor. Tho Caso Bud been put the jury specially mid Tho Nat Uro of Tho evidence Givon would from the particular facts Dis covered in Tho finding of the itry. Tho first of these findings was that j. G. Taylor Bud occupied the whole of the land ? and therefore his Honor was of opinion that Tim verdict ought remain entered up for Tho defendants since Iho conclusions drawn by Tho jury from the evidence were decisive in j i heir favour. Tho second mid third finding of j tile jury were merely the Hon Temou of Tim ground upon which the first finding was based the jury deciding that Tho whole of the land in dispute Hail been occupied by Taylor for Somo Timo previous und at Tho Tillie of making will., a question had been raised for the Phi m. Tiffs that the term Yiirs outbuildings mid a was Lobo enlisted in by the Coati and not by the jury. His Honor was of opinion that the term appurtenances was be 1 construed Urr imling Tho Dis closed in v and Bluit oven though flip thu conclusion might be erroneous in Law still Tho facts Wero decided upon by Tim finding of Lim jury in his Honor s opin.011 that who h was occupied und used with a House by Law appurtenant it. On ibo ending of i he jury As Well us on the fuel disclosed by Bim he wus then of opinion that the whole of Rico land it Coiner of Mutuku Nel Elia both streets Hud he ii intended by test Toi " u Iii his will for Tho Benefit of hi.1 do fighter und tint plus still s Hud therefore in chum it. An objection Lind been raised rile on the ground of the difficulty that misled in reconciling them Willi the will but Lia Honor saw no such difficulty since the de Risien was based not Only on Tho finding of the try but also on the general eve Dence Nydise Losco m Lim judge s notes. A Fin Hier motion had con made Lor a new trial on the i mind of rejection of coi lain evidence having Peen tendered show what test Tor Ned Sinei Relativo Tho 1 quest. His Tenor had looked very carefully ii the cases uni wus clearly of opinion that no latent Mai guilty had been shown exist in the Nords f the trill. The Only difficulty hint in his hour s opinion existed wus Aslo what was Tho state of testator � property at the time Jil his nuking the will bul this was Quito indu Pon Danton the will itself and no Levidi Nee such its that tendered which would Haye possibly Jon alter the will could be admitted. I Tho. Nile for a now trial must therefore be i charged. Naturalization. J ,. Olto Neubau a native of Germany took the path of allegiance mid received letters of Natu Ralitz Tiou the court then rose.? insolvency jurisdiction. Before the chief commissioner i in the estate of John j. Cosgrove. S a first and Only meeting was held in Tho estate of the above in Salveni when the Only debt proved us that j. Macdonnell grocer for �3. Insolvent handed in a list of Book debts due him whilst in i Iii Ziess As a Baker and offered 14 i be Hoefli Ial assigned every assistance in their recovery. He also explained that his difficulties had Arisen from two verdicts that had been re covered against Bim fora wrongful seizure under a court of requests verdict the mooting was finally closed. Publica is licenses. Flin following is the list of applicants for publicans general licenses for Tho City which will come under the consideration of the Bench on the 2nd september Henry Conway Tho City of Melbourne Lons Thilo a Tibet Richard Dowling the George and i agon Loi Isdale Striect Patrick Dolan the Hope fun Lilloo Collins Street Catherine Dillon the Sydney hotel William Street j Thomas Fogal the Lati obo Anns Little Brunswick of rect Collingwood Patrick Kennedy the Flag staff inn Lafr obo Street Timothy Lane e Prince pall cd Flinders Street John m Cor Wiick the British hotel Queen Street Moheit Burcutt Tho Duke of Sussex Lonsdale Street Thomas Kian the London hotel Market Qunie William Ryan Tho Daniel o Connell Queen Street John sewers Tho Albion hot 1, Bourke Street William Wilkinson the Albion hotel boil Rio Sirot. The following the applications for Trun Sferis William Pettit from thus. Aitkin Job Roy hotel Flinders Louic Henry Callow from w. J Sugden Royal mail hotel Swan Ston Street Richard stitch life from James Gol die. Governor Aithur Lillie Borko Street Samuel Llali Seimy from Horn a Lin Chinni the old White Hart Lim Bourke Street William Finlay from Joseph Wilson Fraser the Royal Oak Elizabcth Street Richard Cantwell from Robert Sutherland s it Lien Cross Boin acc Street John Jordan from Lewis John Michel Rainbow inn swans on Street John Payne from James Smith lied lion Lonsdale a licit John Wren from Margaret Anderson the compel Cine Lim Little boil inc Street William Sugden lion Matthew can lion Tho Bull in d Ilia with Bourke Street Timm is i Davis Fruin mul Liew Hayes Tho Sarsfield inn. Little Bourke Street ? application Ros a removal. I Eiskina Banks from the Harvest Lime b Airek Street a Voiiso in Lillo Bourke-1 Street. T Domestic intelligence. Continued from second Page foul individual named Chislo Piti / born Cutty which was appended the alias Oliy Sukee Chris was on Friday fined ten shillings und costs for allowing he Ahi Miley take and Havo Boen requested the slate that Tho inspector of weights and in is irps in i templates nil Early tour through the City shopkeepers should there Dro he careful have their balances weights 16c, properly drunkards Boray James Shields and James putters of were on suture ii fined five shillings Euch for being drunk. Robert Annand charged with the 6�me offence also i icel five shillings and made nay a additional four for Sinoi windows Bael smashed.,j a i Barite or . On Sal Urilov a Young Man named John Wood who Bud just completed u Iii Iilah s imprisonment for insolence ,.mrjtew-Tei Ervin charged on messed i s with several acts of fraud Nind . The Ciiab was remanded till this Day und Jtimo Mayer readily allowed Lei it if the Case,0 is Tho defendant Burra an excellent Ishii Riichi i it web also whispered in court 1b.1t the do ii client i Superior knowledge of his reason for Tho Hast Lily manifested against him by his late employer ii late my Tho funeral of this lamented took Plitch of Friday i and was let tended Byo Lils excellency the Lient Nant Luiei nor his Honor the resident judge and n anime rim body s f the members of Tho late pastors congregation and other respectable citizens. The first portion of Tho Amend server was rend by ids lordship the Bishop in St. Patei a Church the Scono of i new hum s efficient zealous mid Tho i Roces siem on the place of inter ment where the 11101 Tal remains of the departed were Deposit 1. Jinn Iii Shiv As a Testani s. Edward. Johnston who san kid charged Putli stealing boor no watches from the shop of or Brentan 1, was on set Mishiy bought us for re cd Timmi lion., the Pris no Iwho is up elderly Man of very respectable appearance called or Francis Tho in , who swore onto watches found in the prisoner s Possession and which was stated too one of those which brents i Lind lend Hack Leen made by Hini Franci Sand sold or Wiltsh uni had in fact Nover been in or Brentini s posses Sion. The j Rison r stated Tho Bench that his Objet was prove that Brut Iii Bud evidently been Nii Stukin is the identity of several watches which had been represented Lobo a portion of the stolen property Ami if Hostie i cd cd in prov my this in two or three instances it would a very reasonable inference that be Brentini was wrong in Eizoh Caso. Captain Jacomb said that he should extremely Happy in affording Bim it cry oppo Timily of proving his innocence and desired Bim the examine h s wit Nesses it what length thought proper. The prisoner then called several wtiies8cs, find Exa mined them at considerable length and having concluded Captain Jacomb Siil that Tho prisoners Case Hui received Tho most careful investigation mid Thal Ufler being allowed the Call and examine hat witnesses he thought proper Lind no1, in the slightest degree succeeded in shaking Tho evidence of or Brent i. To should therefore commit the prisoner for trial at the next criminal sittings. With regard Tho vide no of or. Whit taker the pawnbroker who Hud stated hat wus unable identify the prisoner As Tim party who pawned Cei Tain watches at his shop Lio Captain Jacomb would Only state Chat it was by 110 Means Tho first time that or Whittaker had Leen us nolo or unwilling identify n prisoner. It was Tho duty of every pawnbroker Matico Ull persons who visited their shop in order that they might Aid the police in their search Ufler stolen pro Pel such 11 circumstance occurred again would Lake esp Oil euro mint or Whittaker � License was opposed Linn next no penned be fore the Loncki. Tim prisoner was then removed Anil Tho witnesses bound Over no per. Or in in Bush robberies. To the i Altur ? of the Argus Silt wilment you Willi Hilda toy Soute Init Shmit Tom " Gleat Infin Nui and oin " widely Oil ciliated panel and Youl " j ott11f ii pen of any Suli Twat dle 1 take up my it u ask Yot and Youl u s Tuple but i o Tant question on us today evening last the a were stolen from the neighbourhood of Tim Hermitage Steres three horse one the properly of or Smith until Coli tractor a another of or George Smith Hawker and thu Hird that of a Bulloc Driver who Only a few i fore brought no goods for the said . There is about five Miles Fruin this place a gang five or s x in number of the most redoubtable vagabonds which Over graced the soil of any coup try. Their Pratti e ii tether their horses some distance from the several pubic houses Here is Tho Black swamp the Wannon mid elsewhere and after obtaining refreshments proceed Onward perpetrating their deeds of thir Kuss wherever they go. I take it for granted that every body reads the Argus and Hopo that this application will at once Servo Tho double pulp so of obtaining the Intel Ligone required and advertises a Gri Vancu thu ii which there is not be found of its kind in Roqu d it in Hie Colony. I therefore sir Ilessie know from you whether any settler publican or storekeeper Jor Del scr Are justified in a Legal sense by the detention of any one or More of Thebo suspicious character the inhabitants of this District Are defenceless at the Sci by of these villains mid entirely without re Hess the m Igi Stratos of the District have i meted the Polico stations on the bunks of the Wando and within about Twenty Yards of Tho Portland Clis Irieta leaving the w Bolo country South East of 1 the favored spot where there is no population 1 without oven a magistrate or Constable consult or Eil our Aid. But 1 have a still greater question put Yon will be fresh in Hie recollection of your rend is that in api ii Hilf a horse was stolen from this spot found m Tho Possession of tie thief the latter detected and brought before two justices of the peace Tho Case clearly proved in confirmation of which you Ai e referred the depositions of the owner and a respectable w fitness but owing Tho wonder til prescience and ineffable sagacity of the said . A the Case was dismissed on Tho ground of insanity that Thero existed a coi lain amount of in sanity Milhor on the Bench or it the bar there is Little doubt but Como a decision on this Point would be insult your renders. Suffice it be told that Tho very insane Man in question who was on that ground acquitted at the Mosquito Bench Iyub since placed himself by some " insane Accident of corns in custody of the police in Adelaide gaol on a charge of forgery. I ask is it Tho duty of the aggrieved parties above named bring the supposed thieves Justice you Aro requested of com so in giving your answer take into account nil the Circum stances mentioned. Yours &0. ,.mostyn Oswald. Upper Glenelg -. August 24,1851.,. Merit whom Merit is due. To Thi editor of the Argus. Sir la consequence of Tho statements made by some of my of one thousand pounds Sterling promised by the govern ment the first arrivals from that country and being desirous of proving that no Blamo can attach or Westgarth for Tho breach of Promise made by Tho government i Uko the Liberty of Reju Estig you publish my letter in your valuable journal. Although personally uninterested in the affair still i confess that it was sorely against my wish Seo some of my conic Tim a enter Tho Field against a gentleman who i am con Vinced had none Oiler than1 Good Nolivos in re i commending my countrymen leave their Homes aul Ali i in stating a Bonus of Olio thousand pounds toiling would Given the first in rivals vans merely echoing Tho shiite merits of Tho Goveri Niit or Westgarth has not Shirko 1 the question hut has boldly stepped fur nil Tei Vin Ducale his germans Aro not the people ask that As a favour which they have a Light Tedeman Nell us the government Havo promised let them look government for tin performance of that pro miso. agent gives up his principal is no longer liable mid As consequently mrs Westgarth has stated that the government Iivo made that Promise no blame can attach Bim. I the greatest Peri Iii of Tho emigrants that first arrived in , from Germany Are the Oso unit relied on the promises Niile by government through or Westgarth. Duly Iii dependence upon Flint Promise Many lot their fatherland without having Suff irent Means liquidate the amount of their passage Money bul quite certain hint the promised Olio thousand pounds Sterling would not Only refund them what ,.weie out of pocket but was nine y sufficient Uii chum which the messes god Lefroy might Hutc upon them for their passing cd Money. When the vessel Uri veil in Hobson � Bay what kind of a reception had they ? no one of them was allowed leave the vessel before had either paid his passage Money or had Given a Vert Lien the slating that wok indebted messes Goudefroy for Tho Ami tint of his passage Money. Even Foro was 1 of incl Thom sign three of the emigrants refused sign one of them stating that was not sufficiently acquainted witly the English language mid hint would not sign a Docu ment of which did not understand Tho Pur poit. To wins seized by three suitors mid locked ill the cat ii and the wore in us tic of la bourse thundered into his ear till i Vas obliged sign. The poor emigrants tired of their Long journey Lind thus reached the Huml of theil adoption worse off Gllnn they Wero it Home having n debt banging Over their Bonds and consequently deprived of the Hope of bettering their condition for sometime. Hnidy Havo they got settled before Tho agent of messes god Delrey demands payment of the passage Noncy Ami the result is that the father of a Largo family one of Tho first or rivals is Willi his family thrown into distress and although leniency is exercised As fur is practicable still Tho agents orders no positive and Many evade Tho pay ment of this elect have left the Loisy. There bus Usu ii Nelly a bitter feeling sprung up against Tho in Rev who not Only As tile germans consider duped them originally but who us agents for messes Goddu Froy countenanced Tho outrage that look place on Tho arrival of the vessel and name Westgarth unfortunately k1 Amis in that position a great Deal of obloquy has been Hen Iol upon Mililli. It will to1 the interest of Tho germans that or Westgarth should one of our legislators a Thore can no doubt that i will cause inquiries be mud into the no Avo subject Nutt let Tho result what it May i consider that or Westgarth is not Blamo but that has been unfortunate ii being misled by the and in being appointed Uge it for the collection of Tim in Sungu Iii hey Elim messes Godel i y. I my also certain that in the course of Timo Tho Tiv i i Nicut will too that or Wes Giu the s endeavour promote German emigrate is Only founded on his part on his conviction that it would ultimately of Benefit the germans themselves. I beg remain sir yours respectfully d. Gumbinner. We do not feel justified in withholding this letter us it is the signature of a vell it Ion res Dunt hut some of Tho fuels Are rather tis Nan a led by the doctor and Wheelo not think thut bus quite fairly stated Tho Caso Between Tho messes. God Defroy and his country . A or. Westgarth and the germans. To the editor of the Argus sir Reley ring Toa paragraph of tour Day s Issue hended " Tho germans we beg leave state that the infinite in Tho Milbourne daily Nyics of the-7lh just Anil con f ii Ming ii complaint against or Westgarth does not mid i Linnet a piss the Pimon of Ali the or nuns of ibis City hut merely a Lew of Ino party or titled by the first eth ree ships i Loo had been premised by Tim government through or West Ern the. Which sum Willi Tho exception of �77 10s, is not yet paid. We Uro not at nil or que tinted with the Perl ice Luis of the Cus Nuil Here Foro ii Elliut judge a Niit us merits it nil events beg not attribute a whole body the statements of a few. We Uro circe Iii by win Thal Hie mid Quet Tion has Lead Toa do Sago Siblo and wish unit it May settled a Mutual Isle Stiim. To have flin hoi or be sir your most obedient units some germans Melbourne August -0 the Loddon candidates. Per favour of the Ai Yus. In the Argus of the 19th instant someone sheltering himself under the nameless signature of " Aifiti Corydon from a fear of failing in hip duty has Felt Liim Solf called upon answer my former letter and thereby tie fend the interests of or Kaye. This ant Corydon states that 1 Havo mud n most unjustifiable attack upon or Xuyen by calling Bim a land jobber. Now it is considered by Many that or Kaye is a land jobber and 1 was informed by a highly respect Able party that he is such if however i have Boen misinformed if or Kaye is not and does not intend become a land jobber i am very sorry tent i have called Bim one. Anti Cory Don enters into a succinct analysis by or Kaye s opinions Reg Ding the Lund ques Tion and having forced Minoti undergo a sind. Lar process 1ms beautifully contrasted them in this analysis he duds that i would have her Mien duty s orders in Council carried ont the Ivory letter Teg Ardless of Tho effect they might have upon the whole of the Community but la delicately sensitive feeling of self respect Bim from Pion gating such absurd notions tis i have done he declines expose the fallacy enunciated by me. Is this anti Corydon so much of a logic tin As know what a fallacy is ? for there is no fallacy in the mutter. The land question so far As touched by me or by or Kaye i this certain orders in Council Havo been promulgated these orders embody opinions and principles which were deduced by her majesty s government from the Best information within reach at that time o i the subject. Those orders Wero published mid were intended be received in Good Failli and must m Justice be Carrie 1 of otherwise revoked mid compensation made those who will thereby suffer loss. If for in stance such a Man us or w. J. T. Clarke could at any time obtain Twenty or thirty thousand acres Cut of any run on Tho Avoca Loddon or campy spin whenever he might choose " require the same from government All Tho stations in these locality s would not be Worth half theil value. Now this is what 1 conceive Tho meaning of or Knyz s language and if or Clarke or any other were require u Block of Cay and Kaye s former stations who should Loso by it should Cay and Kaye who nominally hold the License or the equally gentlemen who purchased from them ? it is another question altogether whether Toliese orders in Council if curried out would Benefit or injure the Colony at Lurge mid is Only calculated furnish big Ament for continuing or withdrawing them but i indignantly repel the imputation cast upon by anti Cary Don that i would from selfish motives Sec without remorse Tho Millili of the of no. There is not a Man in Victoria who would spurn with greater disgust than i Wuu a Tho thought of enriching myself it expense or the ruin of hundreds of my fellow men. But or Kaye Cuttle uninvited Forward is a ran do White represent ii certain interest other interests will be represented and their candidates have expressed themselves in language easily understood nil utterly hostile the squatting interest and if i eat cure is not exercised in selecting proper representatives for the pastoral districts the representatives of other interests will judging by the feeling displayed by borne of the candidates completely annihilate the squatting interest or Kaye Ufler giving his opinions upon squatting states hint he will not advocate the interest of one class interest the detriment of any other Section of the Community this is very plausible and shows a spirit of fairness but Why docs or Kaye Como Forward represent any interest in services Are enlisted equally protect Ull jute rests no evils perhaps would arise from this Neutral peculiarity of or Kaye if the Billie Liberal und philosophical policy were be acted upon by the representatives of the Othor interests j judging however from the know ledge 11 possess of the other candidates who Are sin o be returned i fuel contine that Lluy will not adopt or Kaye s Neutral Philo Sophy. Taking this View of the Subjict Lei id setting the Laud jobbing. Question Asido Asim elector i claim the Privi Ege of inking a interest in the nah is of my adopted i Omi try and who i would n k is anti Corydon that Daros presume Des g Nate my scribbler ? 1 will write against him on tiny subject either in poetry or prose. The Hist paragraph in Aifiti a final specimen of intellectual composition Rilo begins by condemning me for calling or Kaye a land jobber und finishes by making ii most Gross and wickedly malicious attic f. I or Campbell Ilia Mora unjustifiable from its . That is a and Bordato gentleman and Ono who would abhor join in Tjio hideous Ballad Roar of the obscene song singing gentlemen Eom times met with in the Public rooms of our country fulls and that he does not Riidu go in the merry Blas Phemy Ngu inst Montis anti Eli Ion Liko Many of the self styled gentlemen of this anti Enn vict Colony 1 will readily allow but is he in Conse Quen Cejo be Bias Del As a hypocrite by a name less g us of Uko a Iii cordon � who by his assert Ion that or Campbells Demeanour is tis Siimes proves beyond a doubt that he himself is Effie int Sliko in philosophy Christian Charity and the principles of a gentleman., anti Cor Doii finishes his by recommending or Campbell request me give up writing in his favour for my " mean and Despic nolo tricks will never Forward his interests with Iho Loddon electors. Hero is a Wiek Adly false ? implication put fur this that or Campbell knows Vjio i um., or Campbell is perfectly High Orient of Ino and my writing i old Jiuei Thimig but a want of right feeling and Principio would induce even timeless ghost bring i Neli a s us Pabion against i any a upon uni arc conjecture. Hero is ii ii Ionn Nind despicable trick indeed equalled Only try the untruth put Forth by Aifiti Cory Tiloi election of either. Of or Kaye i have a very High opinion and i should rejoice Seo him returned for the District of Stith Buike. I am very sorry Hlivko offended him by calling him what at Tho time believed was. Pyros. Melbourne August 23th, 185j. Wreck of the Marmion Emigrant ship. To the editor of the Argus. Sir by Tho Lato Adelido paper we Havo in i account of the wreck of the Marmion Emigrant bin Willi 353 emigrants on Board. She is said Lingo been of 919 tons Register Anil Havo been built last year in quo Beo. The wreck is reported Havo taken Pluto in Moderato won Thor und Tho lower hold i almost immediately filled with Foiatu mutely no lives wore lost although expo Secl great Langer in the boat. Now i will undertake say that there is not a Woollen vessel i our Royal Navy of a size Euri y a j emigrants having u solid Bot Tom and sides which they All now have in which in Tho such ii wreck would have inn place and Tim live of the emigrants Hoon brought into do no1 gite the Listii Isoo of a single ship or ships nor even1 of a Alcot of ships but of the Bolo National Navy. Tho australasian Magazine for july Hist gives the Caso of ii ship Elf Largo Tomigo with a Valu Able cargo on Huard a going from Liverpool Bombay i december last and without coining into com Tisot with any solid substance hut Morely from that it col ibo wind and Waves sinking in the Tjien in and the Crow hating res ii the Only Hout soft Savo their lives. Winil would Havo Beekil the cohsed Iionno if this had been uti Itttigrliiit-ship1 with 300 or 400 emigrants i b said tvs following 1 remarks up pour in he Magazine on the a inject of Emigrant ships. To conceive that All colonial Legislatures should the hip Ion government on Tho sub just. It is but too evident7that the parties who Ive immediately Rhi Geresti i in shipping will not move in the matter. Meanwhile Tho loss of Liomin Hie gees on and the announcement of trip loss of another Emigrant ship is so frequent it occurring that the Public Ici i c upon such Elie actors As things of course cannot be Pic vented. What has been our Adelaide Neighbours Cuso yesterday May ours Piotrow. Let us Hope then that our first colonial legislature will memorialize Tho Homo government Dot the proper tips prevent such wrecks in future. Our Adelaide Neil Bouis would a Ely second us in this Gootel work. I Umsu Lour obedient Fiel vant James ball1nqall Melbourne 29th August 1851 Gas company. To the editor of the Argus. Sir. The Day is closet hand when plans and specifications will be presented the Board of directors for their inspection. I would advise them adopt the same Pinn As other gentlemen holding the Anio office have done namely Call their assistance is Ini Iny Gas engineers and Gas stokers is Thoy Muy consider requisite enable them Como u just decision. Choose such men As will not be swayed by a. B. C. Or any on Elso but that will fearlessly give their opinion of course proving us they proceed. This May at Hist sight appear a Little like humility lint is it not in humility that True dignity is be found ? it will fur better comply with such views is these now ulan hear the reproach of Tho whole City hereafter. The plan i would suggest would some thing like this Call in the men one it a time lot not one hear what the other has said or they May be in Oliuch copy from each other. George South Gas Engineer Collingwood August 28. Cues for the uncured. Ii 0 0 w a y a 0 i n m Etc An extraordinary cure of Scro a a or King s evil. Extract of a letter from or j. H. Halliday 209, High Street cd la Chiun dated the 2-Iid Jirim by 1850. To professor Holloway. Sir my eldest son when about Throo years of age was full cited with a ulu udulut swelling in the neck which after a Short time Bible out into no Ulce i. An eminent medical Mun i is a very Bud Cuse of scr Fula and prescribed for a considerable time without effect. The disease then for four years went on gradually Meres aug in virulence when besides tie ulcer in the neck another formed below left knee and a Ali it under eyes besides seven others on Tho loft Arm with a Tumour Between Tho eyes which a expected break. During Tho whole of the time my Suffri ing boy had received the constant advice of the most medi Cal gentlemen at Cheltenham besides b ing for set eral Mouths at the Gnu Oil his Itil whore one of the Sui icons said that be would amputate the left Arm but that the blood was so impure that it that limb were taken off it would be then impossible subdue the disease in this Despe rate state i determined give your pills and ointment a trial and after two Mouths Perse Vera Nee in their use the turn in gradually began i supper und at the expiration of eight months they were Phil hotly healed and the boy thoroughly restored the blessings of health the astonishment of a Largo Circle of of quaint in ices who could testily the truth of this Nii . Three years have now elapsed with out any rect Tri Educ it the malady and the boy is til Iweis healthy As heart min wish. Under these Cir a i consider that i should be truly Uii grateful Wero i not make you acquainted with this ton Dereul Cine effected by Toni medicines a Ter every other Means Hud tile i. Signed j. Ii. Halliday. Chic of a desperate Case of ringworm of ? six years standing Lina Dib november 1819. One of the most eminent surgeons in Lima the capital of Perii Hud a child co Voied with ringworm for Moro than six years in vain he exhausted All his Art in his endeavours effect a nue. Not succeeding consulted among his Brethren the most celebrated medical prac Lilion irs of the City but nothing was found do child in i Vic when he w13 permit sided by i or Joseph p Hague thu English chemist Nii druggist residing it no 71, Callo do Pul Heio try la Olloway s pills and Uin Mont which was i after using sic Large pot of ointment Wili a i o 1 of the pills the child Wara Mically cured Tho Surprise of the whole medi Cal Piol cession. The name of Parent 1 from motives of a Ulincy is w withheld. To prevent fraud or hollow by bus at a very considerable expense caused a water Mark with the words Holloway s Pille and ointment Woven in each loaf of Tho pamphlets of direct int round each of the ii stand second sizes of his medi Cines and Publio will appreciate the trouble Olid expense Holins been it secure the eni a Genuino Ortii in. ? these medicines Flint Olinow established them selves in this i of Ince by menus of the Numo ious won Dolful ones which they Havo effected when All the regular Means have failed. Tho published cases ure not As one a thousand of Tho total amount of Good done. Tho following is a Caso which has lately come under our notice und 1 which we give publicity. To my of Sorvo unit Hor sent air ailment was Dargo ulcers in Tho calf it her Illa Echus Marsh August 7, 1850. To i Vossers Russell and Watson. Goi Idlemen i am i Happy inform you that Sinco i applied 1 it your stores for Holloway � pills and Point moist 1 have Mude a sound euro of my leg which has been bad upwards of two years 1 Havo tried Many doctors in this country and could find no Relief and by applying loll Owji s pills and ointment 1 i ltii0 Ninda a sound Eura of my ?leg1 in the spice of two my tiles. I and Yum this note and if you think proper you can get it advertised. � Margaret Jones. The pills should used conjointly with Tho ii most of Tho following cases bad logs � j " gout bit by gusts ,?.,., swellings Burns lieu Bugo bunions 1 Iles bite of Mosquito of und rheumatism scalds Cobo Bay Soro nipples Clego foot ? sore throne chilblains skin discuss chopped hands a cavy corns soft sore head cancers Tumours contracted and stiff ulcers joints wound elephant Ais Yan fistula these invaluable my Heines no sold Hythe proprietor professor Holloway 241, strand Loudon mid it his manufactories Paris mid much id by j. K. Heydon King Street Sydney and by Cregin a Moore stationer i Collins Street Melbourne and coi Street Geelong wholesale agents for Tho province of Victoria. Tho following ure Tho authorised agents for this province or Moloney grower great Bourke Street three doom front Tho Cornwall arms John o a cello grocer Little Collius Street or. Benjamin Bell grocer new town p. Tic run Seymour or thus Millard ovens River or j. K. Trainor Kilmore or James Robertson Portland or regi Giuld William m Kimioki broken River or Trainor Kulk Illo Russel null Watson Stroko Epurs und w Betelu rights Bacchus Mars Denny and co., Warrnambool Duncan m Ruc Mosquito Plains. Adelaide Boim dirty Wiliiam Malcolm Ami co., Orange Lohn Veitch Bun Inyong and air Thoa. Kin Han Moulmein Edwards River e. Matthews druggist Ashby Robert Robertson Olio Iii it 1 Healy Mia min i Union spin River or Edmund Kirby Glenelg or p. M do Meid Mornington store it Edmond eat or Mosquito Creek Glenelg or win. Whitecross limn store surely Allock or Robert pumice poit Kuli y. wanted for lbs Interior. On Sale at the Argus australasian oolqnie3 Bill Price is " a it g u b " o f if i c a u s 0,ff7cte for the i a it Gus has Biden Stenbo in Ualqp-s1 let Oktis Geelong. ? All orders mid communications for the paper advertisements orders for Job printing a. From parties Iii Geelong and the neighbourhood May forwarded unit office and will Meei with the prom test attention. Notice. Some inconvenience being experienced by the distance of Tho Argus Oil ice Fruin the wharf and Western end of the City Udo i users and others Aro informed that arrangements have been Mado with or James Williams paper rules account Looe Marlu a next door the Royal Exchange hotel Collins Street. At Whoso shop advertisements and other communications Tor the Argus May be Lett till 9 o clock in the evening. Now subscribers May Leavo their names with or Williams and will also Havo single copies of paper con. Stantly on Sale notice Ham s illustrated Magazine. Notice is hereby Givon that Henry Legge into collector a for the Magazine has now no connection therewith whatever and sub scribers Aro respectfully requested pay their subscriptions in the Oil ice in Collins Street or or Henry Richter when n Prill Tel receipt will be Given Timm signed Thomas hum. Notice the Public. 1the undersigned bogs inform the Public that intends starting a two horse conveyance Between Moi Boutto and Bacchus Marsh once a week and trusts by driving Good nags under the care of a civil and attentive Driver lie will ensure sup Poi Charge for each passenger 10s. For parcels Luggage a a moderate charge according weight. The conveyance will Start from Woolpack inn Bacchus Marsh for Melbourne the first time on monday the 11th August at 8 am. And from or. W. J. Sugden 3, Royal mail hotel on tuesday the Lith at i am Bacchus Marsh punctuality the hours of Slatting will strictly adhered . James e. Crook Woolpack inn Bacchus Marsh. above stated Days and Timo of starting will be continued until further notice. Vioto Iua temper Noe hotel late caledonian Lonsdale Street Melbourne. Phese Seiy commodious Prem Les having a undergone extensive alteration ii and re a irs have been opened by John Tankard for the accommodation of visitors from the h Ash newly arrived immigrants mechanics and Otic is whom the comforts of a Homo free from Tho inconvenience of Public houses Uro a consideration. Briard and lodging from twelve sixteen shillings per rooms Reading Coffee. And dining rooms Well aired Beds soups chops steaks Tea Coffee mid other Temperance drinks it All hours Between 6 a in. And App in. I an Ordinary Laily Tuono p clock one Shi is. The daily papers cigars and tobacco. Bait and livery stables tinder Tho care of a experienced Ostler. Horses lot on hire., 40 Lere Rich Zancig fronting on the Yarra Only 3 Miles from town. P. Davis has received instructions sell the undermentioned beautifully situated property i forty acres Rich land bounded by Tho South Side of the Yarra commanding no extensive View of Melbourne and the Sut round ing country. _ ibis pop cry is approachable from town either by land or water a 20t ton Brig might with the greatest facility sail up Dom the Bridge and Moor alongside i m ties in quest of first class suburban pro Perty have hero an Opportunity of possessing the finest situation in the neighbourhood of the City. ? the property will be sold either in the whole1 or in portions suit buyers a per plan on View at Tho City Matt Collins Street Tillo unexceptionable. Items Liberal credit just published Anar Raunig of ten months Captivity among the Putes of the West India Bens i by George Johnson i ice one shilling i be had of Tho following books Elleise missis Goodo Swanston Street chill a j Williams Han Ison pullout and Aliqi Hurt i Collins Street Arnold und Divis Ali both Street just published and for of at till " Ohio puce one shilling mile Fust report of Tho Law a Corm x comm111ei, appointed it n Public mooting of the inhabitants of gee Lnig and Ciufi Mcd by a Public meeting hold on Tho with Juno 1851 r in the press Adf Atli bi5iulisilkd in v 11w dals. I 1 once 3s Fie language or the aborigin1s or tar Colony or Victoria and other am a Ian dust urls ttt11h parallel translations and specimens of dialogue is a guide 1 Lotc Tois of aborigines and Obeis desirous assist in ameliorating their condition by Daniel Buxcel c m h a author of Dorins Lamit Monstis Guille Tho Linn Tein system of Bony manual of practical Gaido nug a published by Dutiel , 31, Collins Street West i by All booksellers in Sci bom no Geelong Portland be Hast and Wai Nain Bool Piddington Sydney and Dowling Launceston subscribe in names May loft at the publishers where Cimon sheets Ino on View. 3ul july 1851 Herrings Annand Smi i and co j family who cars colons Street come of our Eniti get Navy jus1 gop hand a Supply of fiut Penor look Friia. In Errings so sip for amt can tobacco Genuino and Garden seeds n b no colonial tobacco old at their establishment Victoria Hort icul1 ural socie1� i Lily thud exhibition of the above stir piety will take place at lbs Melbourne Batu Nihil u in dons on Luo Day the Cit Ali Elly of september next Iho attention of is Down Tho rules Rol Tive exhibitions which will Noco Saidy Euri led out by the judges Nimbus will admitted at noon on i o Ilu cing then annual card and thu Public at 1 o clock p Mon payment of Ono shilling Cion Whoso inc Ineis who May not Havo Roo i de Linn c ids Foi this Yeal can do so on application the honorary Lien surer Willum Hull 1 Soimi , and the Socie taty will obliged by a Hibi Tois and coins otitis i donning him of Tho anticipated up Lue Thoy will Reed Giro i Iii ions Aro requited lot Gold and Sill or mod ills Foi lilo tuition thereon apply 11lnry ulna Lluu Winiy Secretary Mel Boucino Lith August 1851. The late Shepherd s Abms Swanston Street Melbow the proprietor of the Ove will belief in. To any i respectable person whih Board and lodging at a moderate rate. Eier., attention will paid make persons Comfort Able. Thore Are separate apartments for a United poisons in the above establishment. Heathe election for South Bourke Mornington and Evelyn Rilli ii electors of this District Are Repac Fuu x solicited meet or Ware at the following places � at key s hotel Little Brighton or Mon. Day 1st september. At Bah Kius hotel Heidelberg on tue buy 2nd september. For the electors resident on messes. Elgin s and Uwin s special suntan and neighbourhood and East of the River Puente and on thursday 4th september at Dow hotel Dandenong each Day at 7 p w. U Trier agent for or wer. Little., Melbourne a -2gth August 1851. J. C. Passmore Beds inform ibis it ends tand the Jib lie of Victoria generally that having Obi Neil a Lic Cuso for those extensive premises at tis Corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale streets Melbourne he Hopes from the Supei for accommodation of the premises and by conducting the business of i establishment on the most Liberal principle nil by strict attention Tho Comfort and Conven once of his guests Merit a Patt Nonge and support. J. C p. Would Lieg further stale the Tali wines spirits malt liquors Acac Are of the first Quality which will supplied of families and out door customers at whole i ices. A soups from eleven . A. Ift a Public luncheon duly it on o clock. Gardens and Villas. Tithe undersigned will be Happy give de. X signs and Supei intend the laying out of grounds on the landscape Principio Salto Stock thu same with ornamental la ii adige nuts the Colony of Victoria. As the ewes in removing the native shrubs depth i much on being transp cited As Early in the Seuao at now. Hie or b. Would recommend that no tin by pm terms moderate. Application be so Daniel Bunow 232, Little Coll Iii Elrett emt or term. Daniel harbi80n, it ethiopian concert � at tub i Royal hotel on monday night Sef fember it 1851. Under the patronage of a i a Excelle no for. Jenry Smith will play on Day a r eat for All at the Royal hotel for one shilling. Rill i ladies and gentlemen of Melbo Amarx no respectfully informed that or Henrt Smith having just arrived from England ill induct a series of Pion Iguado and ethmnii.1 Cone oils at Tho Royal hotel in the sine Rilli that gained him that Noto Bioty both in eng lain and America. Conductor or Henry Sisin. Part i. Orbit up Bleuett. Happy ure we. Troy knig fit Protty Yaller . La Ielmini o Nolly t.,Allon, " Gully Firo Troy Iii Igil. The coloured Gemmen Cli oel Pic Nuzie Butler d Gol 1i�. Come Knight Pault ii. " Trio Bone fluting Timit Anrine Troy Knight Allen d. Go Lethig. Let s Guyd. Golding under the Walnut Allua. Solo on the flute in Troy Knight Silling on a rail cheery. Dare u peeping. Jjo Lomg. Virginia . eur dark Isgo cloth. Stop Dut buffing. Troy Knight admission one shilling. Doors open at half past Soven come ii a it eight precisely. Tho scr Nader will Piny it the Colling hotel on thursday and saturday. A Sale of land. Imp p. Davis As received instructions sell by Prito bargain the Undi mentioned choir lands 85 acres of Rich farm land i Milt fron town oter Tho Richmond punt partly bounded by Gavin or s Creek and Only Onk Iii Sam the Yarra River. It is considered that Hitt Lind losses pcs the finest soil in the ,.tbo advantages it Honjoya Ofsei Watn of Wood and water and non Russ town a tsar this a promising property for Market Gawri Orchards and other � arming of land will sold in lots suit pure a a plan at the City Matt Tiloa Iraj from Crown., _ 14 tots each Ono acre Lio dutifully Aitu Ateo Kilda. Title a Grant from Tho Crown. 10 lots each two acres it bight comic in. Ing a grand View of Hie Waters of port of and the marginal country a Rango of co Nuki extent along which the varied sents scones of Beauty truly Gratifying &. Whilst Tho Beach in front of this proper i Hibits a Graceful picture sufficiently engaging � Charm Tho dullest observer. The pot uti brightest part of Brighton title a Grui rom Tho Crown. 50 acres of land near Tho botanic a a and in neighbourhood of Tho ,.l messes w. M. Bell and B. Payne and Davidson comprising some of. Tho Owett a and agreeable Sites for suburban raid each Only a few minutes walk from swim j Well drained character of the neighbouring com try its nearness town the Kiver Tot botanic gardens and St Kilda a the rapid improvements going on Point out. Sito As unquestionably Tho Best within s distance of City. The property�1 � in any Quantity suit from Tho Crown. " a building Lons Dide Witiw i botwen Stephen and Spring Street. 10 lots of. Land in la trobe Strezov a i William and , close Tho a of Captain Cole and immediately Flag staff i parties in quest of a 5 ing Sites for residence will do Wal t., this property Thero is perhaps no pan Moro sin Tubio for such purpose. \ in . i plans of the Bolo of these pro Porum on View at Tea City Mart coins Street a c11 of order of Swinston strut ,. Liberal terms of credit will big flt Mont of Tho up Richuso Money. Tiik " aug bit Philil Shoil Evora 1 we ? of Cudtud and it Ivard Itil by .f- syk a no of Lei Viu Luct Miel . j a Sibouth aus Tinlin swim River a a Tow Mauritius Tho Caw of Lott i tags uni suit Liin a tin Fulton St a of a it India a.0, by Eivore now lilo wri""1?, tera Tori Ortato ii Tuii is Mich was ii Nail dist acc Winbor at a i eau subsoil Tus dual Lei by i plug go Curri anti pitying Tim amount dim w us � it i Piura. " f ri�a2"jih Only Auto of u Mavis or Sun Csik Tiivi ii Schirr Ujj Izaj Vloet Babul Ripon a Eliof Ilia aw"1t per Sun Tor or Oliree punch Pur Sinai a. lion of 10 Pur cent 111 be in a Ono Inola Ana Zadory lira &buhh0 Lake is ii Tun Vor a very additional , Cha by Llulia a. A t , of insertions cml �. Tim univ new re it order or thu /��it1 " i Tinoa Aud Cliar until o Unter a be i m Lui Ouane i pro Noel and Iyub Lejb a maj of of Liec loins Stie of by Bof Faiu i w atm tart join Stop joint viol now

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