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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

RISING SUN INN,   Bathurst-st, near the New Police Office. W. LEWIS, (late proprietor of the Britannia, Liverpool-st.) respectfully announces to his friends and the Public, that he has opened the above Establishment, where (from the ar- rangements he has made) he trusts he shall continue to receive that encouragement, which he takes this opportunity of acknowledging   with gratitude, and which has ever been his endeavour to merit. The Premises have been fitted up in a neat and eligible manner, with a view to the convenience and comfortable accommodation of his guests ; and as he has been careful in selecting Wines, Spirits, &c. of the very best quality, flatters himself that moderate charges, combined with cleanliness, assiduity and civility, will ensure a continuance of the patronage and support of a liberal public. Excellent Stabling and Gig House, with Yards for Bullocks. Also, secure Store Rooms, for depositing such Colonial produce as may not m...

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HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30,1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30,1057. It having been found expedient by the Government in conse- quence of the late Newspaper Acts, to publish the HOBART-TOWN GAZETTE distinct from all editorial matter, news, or private ad- vertisements, excepting such notices, &c. as are required by law to be inserted in that Official periodical document, we are reduced to the alternative of this week presenting ourselves to our readers un- der a different name and form. We have, however, made such ar-           rangements, by an extraordinary exertion, as will enable us regu- larly to insert the whole of the Gazette in our journal of the same day, so that the HOBART-TOWN COURIER will not differ from the HOBART-TOWN GAZETTE in any other respect than the name. Although our dress be changed, we need not tell our readers that the same consistent spirit embodied in it remains unchanged as from the commencement of our career, and thou...

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THE KING'S MINISTERS. (Extrasted from the Red Book.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

THE KING'S MINISTERS. (Extracted from the Red Book.)   First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Canning.   Lord Chancellor, Lord Lyndhurst. President of the Council, Earl of Harrowby.   Lord Privy-Seal, Duke of Portland. Secretary of State for the Home Department, William Sturges Bourne, esq. Secretary of State for the Foreign department, Viscount Dudley and Ward. Secretary of State for the Colonial department, Viscount Gode- rich. President of the Board of Control, Rt. Hon.Charles W. Wyan. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Loi d Bexley. Treasurer of the Navy and President oflho Boaid of Trade, Rt; Hon. Wm. Huskisson.   Secretary at War, Viscount Palmerston. The above form the Cabinet.   Lord High Admiral, Duke of Clarence.     Master General of the Ordnance, Marquis of Anglesey. Lord Chamberlain, Duke of Devonshire. Lord Steward, Marquis Conyngham. Master of the Horse, Duke of L...

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COUNTRY POST. LAUNCESTON CRIMINAL COURT, TUESDAY OCT. 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

COUNTRY POST. LAUNCESTON CRIMINAL COURT, TUESDAY OCT. 9, 1827. John Frederic Augustus Maybrick was tried for receiving a mat- tress, pallias, bed-tick and a blanket, value 40s. the property of the King. Not Guilty. James Robinson was convicted of stealing on the 9th of July, 3 quarts of wine, value 6s. the property of Mr. James Rankin. WEDNESDAY. Patrick Brennan was convicted of stealing on the 30th of April, one watch value 20s. the property of Roger Day, in the dwelling- house of Henry Boyle. William Savage, William Wood, Robert Roberts and James Gardi- ner were tried for stealing on the 30th June, 12 bushels of wheat value £3, and 4 bags value 10s. the property of Mr. Thomas Wil- liams. Verdict—Savage and Wood not guilty, Roberts and Gar diner guilty of stealing the bags only. Council for the prisoners Savage and Wood—Mr. T. W. Rowlands. THURSDAY. William Shepherd was tried and convicted of burglariously break- ing and entering the dwelling-house of Mr. Ralph Compton at Norfolk p...

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Shipping and Commercial Intelligence. SAILED FROM HOBART-TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

Shipping and Commercial Intelligence SAILED FROM HOBART-TOWN, October 17.—The schooner Prince of Denmark, 127 tons, Thos.   Wright commander, for Sydney, with 47 casks whale oil, 950 bushels malt, 1000 ditto wheat, 319 kangaroo skins, 1 case parch- ment and other goods shipped by Mr. Wright—No passengers. Oct. 12.—The sloop Northumberland, 18 tons, George Browning master, for Sydney, with 38 hhds. rum and 2 hhds. Geneva. Oct. 16.—The schooner Waterloo, 81 tons, Henry Parker, com- mander, for Sydney, with 20 puns. rum, 530 bushels wheat, 20 tons potatoes, 120 bags Salt, 49 hhds. porter, 1 pipe brandy, 7 do. Hollands, and other goods.—Cornelius Higgins passenger. The schooner Hunter arrived from Circular-head at Launceston on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the schooner Henry, and on Thursday the schooner Resolution from Sydney. The Hetty received her register by the post from Hobart-town on Monday and sailed for Sydney, and the Henry sailed the same afternoon with a cargo of whea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

AT a MEETING of the Inhabitants of Green Ponds, on Monday the 8th of October, 1827, convened to take into   consideration the best means of erecting a Chapel:— MR. WILLIAM PIKE in the Chair, it was Resolved—That the grateful thanks of the Meeting be given to   His Majesty's Government for the liberal contribution of One Hundred Pounds. Resolved—That a Subscription he immediately entered into for the completion of the Building. Resolved—That a Committee of Management be appointed con-     sisting of the following Subscribers.   George Kemp, Esq. | Mr. Charles Franks,   Mr. John Earle, | Mr. James Pulten,     Mr. Gorrige,  | RESOLVED—That GEORGE KEMP, Esq be appointed Treasurer and MR. EDWARD FRANKS Secretary.     RESOLVED—That the cordial thanks of this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his able and impartial conduct in the Chair. TO BE LET, AND may be entered upon immediately, those extensive Premises, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Oct. 17, 1827. John Danvers, Asia, and Joseph Cooke, Clau- dine, have been deprived of their Tickets of Leave, for drunkenness and disorderly con- duct. By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 17, 1827. THE Period for which the undermentioned Per- sons were transported, having expired, Certifícates   have been granted to them accordingly :—   Thomas Douglas, Countess Harcourt 290. Samuel Morgan, Ditto 280. William Maslen, Lady Ridley 387. James Barker, Ditto 335. Charles Somerville, Ditto 315. John Hall, Ditto 152. Wm Templeman, Ditto Wm. Newton, Ditto 314. Thomas Huchinson, Ditto 268. Andrew Worthington, Juliana 256. Henry Whittaker, Maria Robert Brown, Ditto 141. John Longhurst, Shipley 165. Samuel Fletcher, Claudine 364. John Henper, Ditto By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. BIRTH.—On Monday evening last Mrs. C. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 16,I827.   HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased, by an Order for that purpose, made with the Advice of the Executive Council, to reduce the Stamp Duty on Newspapers, from Three-pence to Two-pence Sterling. By Command of His Excellency,   J. BURNETT.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 17,1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police :- Constable John Cummings, to be Pound-   keeper, in the District of Morven. John Priest, holding a Ticket of leave, to be Constable in the District of Green Ponds. John Rowell, per Arab, to the Field Po- lice, Norfolk Plains. Samuel Heathcote, 512, per Commodore Hayes, to the Field Police at Oatlands. Charles Carter, 484, (Ticket of leave), to the Field Police at Richmond. George Cooper, 655, (Ticket of leave), to the Field Po...

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HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27,1827. An opinion prevailing, that the late Act of Council regulating the printing and publishing of Newspapers, tends to abridge the liberty of the press, we think it proper at the present time to pro-   mulgate our sentiments on the subject. We will take it for granted then that the spirit of the British constitution is to protect the pro- perty of the subject. This property is of various kinds. Some of us possess land and stock, others a store of merchandise, and some comprise them all in ready cash which they lend at interest.   All these most be protected. But there is another species of pro-   perty which every honourable man will prize even more than them, namely—his good name, and which the press as an engine when allowed to fall into abuse is peculiarly calculated to invade. How many in this colony have within these last two or three years, had their reputation attacked, their characters as it w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, of Bank Stock, are re- Bank\ on the 22d of November, at take into consideration the necessity of Establishment of the Bank into a Joint Stock Company. By order of the President and Board of Directors. J. GARDINER, Secretary.   PRESBYTERIAN TRACT SOCIETY. THE Second Anniversary MEETING of this Society will be held in the Presbyterian Church, on the Evening of Monday the 29th instant, at half past Six o'clock. A SERMON will be preached in behalf of this Society, by the Reverend A. MACARTHUR, on the preceding Sabbath Evening, to commence at Six o'clock. As the Objects of this Society are of great importance, being calcluated to advance the temporal and spiritual welfare of the population of this island by putting them in possession of "The     Word of life," the Committee trust their efforts will be counte- anced by all who wish to advance such a laudable and God-like undertaking. Collections will be made in aid of the F...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE,   Colonial Secretary's. Office, Oct. 24, 1827, IT having been represented to the Lieutenant Governor, that Settlers, in many instances, still suffer their assigned servants to keep sheep in their flocks, His Excellency trusts it will be   sufficient to advert to a practice so directly at variance with His Majesty's instructions, and   with the spirit of the Government Order of   30th September last, to .prevent any Convict in future, being allowed an indulgence so extreme- ly injurious to the interests of the Community   and should any Settler act in opposition to the spirit of this Notice, he will not be allowed as-   signed servants, nor need be expect to receive any other indulgence or support from the Go-   verment.                 By Command of His excellency,   &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

WELLINGTON STORES. Top of Liverpool-street WILLIAM WATCHORN has just received by the Orelia, superfine blue jackets and trowsers, gentlemen's handsome shooting jackets, fine white drill trowsers, moleskin trowsers and round jackets, duck trowsers, red shirts, stripe and white shirts, Scotch and red caps, waistcoats of every description, blue slop jackets and trowsers. General Stock:—Handsome silver mounted and ebony cruet and liquor stands with cut glass cruets and bottles, cut glass and crystal salts and goblets, blue and green finger glasses, double flint glass of every description, handsome blue china dinner services, iron-stone jugs, fancy jugs, blue jugs and mugs, soup and sauce tureens, butter boats, fish and gravy dishes, dishes of all sizes, vegetable, salad and hash dishes, soup, dinner, supper, dessert and cheese plates, slop, sugar and pudding basons, jugs and basons, chambers, soap boxes and brush trays, milk pots, sugar basons and covers, butter pots, &c. &a...

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THE COUNTRY POST. LAUNCESTON.— CRIMINAL COURT, OCTOBER 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

THE COUNTRY TOST. LAUNCESTON.—CRIMINAL COURT, OCTOBER 16. 1827. John Brown an assigned servant to the Under Sheriff, who had been a long time in gaol, was tried for stealing a sheep from Mr. Massey. Redmond Burke swore positively to the fact, but his evidence being considerably shaken in his cross examination by Mr. Rowlands, the prisoner was acquitted.       WEDNESDAY 17.     Humphrey Oulton and Philip Lewis were tried for sheep-stealing. The trial occupied the Court all day. Oulton was found guilty. THURSDAY. James Johnson was found guilty of a violent assault on a child under the age of ten years. The Judge immediately passed the aw- ful sentence of death on the unhappy man, in order that he might have the longer time to prepare for that death which was inevitable. His Honour seemed much overcome by the struggle his feelings endured in the just discharge of a most painful duty. The priso- ner was removed apparently ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE   Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 24, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor is pleased to an-   nounce that it has been notified under Date of the 30th of April last, that His Majesty has been graciously pleased to honour the Right Honourable Viscount GODERICH, with the Seals of the Colonial And War Department By Command of His Excellency,     J. BURNETT.                   GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 24, 1827. His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the undermen- tioned appointments:- Mr. John Lovell, to be Pilot at the Port of the Derwent; vice Mansfield removed. The removal of Mr. James Parish, from the situation of Pilot, at Port Dalrymple, as   notified in the Gazette of the 17th. of     March ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

DERWENT PARK. TO BE SOLD that beautiful Estate called Derwent Park, si- tuate on the Banks of the River Derwent, and containing about 200 acres of Land, the whole fenced in and divided into pad- docks, of which 40 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and 11 sown with Lucerne and English grasses. The estate is abundantly supplied with good water in the driest season from several springs on the estate and commands the most picturesque scenery in the island. There is an excellent House consisting of ten rooms fit for the immediate reception of a genteel family, and built in the first style. For further particulars apply to J. G. Jennings, Esq. Tas- manian Bank, Hobart-town. N.B. The Title is unquestionable and part of the purchase money may remain an mortgage if required. SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD. At the Stores of W. A. Bethune, Esq., at the Wharf, on Friday next the 9th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, without reserve. PORT and Sherry Wines in bottles, white wine ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

SAM. THAT well known Suffolk Horse "Sam"   late the property of Government, covers this season at £3 3. the mare and 5s. the groom. Sam at present stands at the stables of the Derwent Hotel, and will visit New Norfolk, Pittwater, the Coal River and all the settlements in the interior during the sea- son. The days upon which he will be at each place respectively will appear in a future advertisement, ————————                       BOLIVAR, ARRIVED at Mr. Cartwrights Farm, Coal River, on Monday the 8th instant ; BUFFALO, WILL remain at Cressy.   WITH the view of encouraging the Breed of Horses, I propose to give a Plate value Fifty Pounds, for the produce of Buffalo, Bolivar, or Aladdin, to be run for at the Autumn Meeting when two years old.—For the accommodation of Farmers, I am willing to receive for the service of ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1827.   A narrow minded jealousy affects our northern neighbours, who at the very time they are fattening on our wholesome Derwent and Tamar wheat, cry out most lustily to his Excellency General Dar- ling and the Legislative Council of New South Wales, to impose, what they call, a protecting duty on its importation. And this they do, be it remembered, at the very time that they pretend to commiserate our condition labouring under twenty ridiculous taxes which they have conjured up in their brains for us to suffer. If these wealthy colonists are pleased to bestow so great a degree of sympathy upon us, and are anxious to pay a higher price for their wheat, their purpose would perhaps be better attained by volunta- rily paying us a few shillings a bushel more rather than having the same amount exacted from them per force under the disagreeable form of taxes. The reasons, however, which they advance in support of their new favou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Oct. 30,1827.     HIS Majesty's Government with the view - . ^E»SÛlf# deelrmt» w ttmt tfw **ww oft* ^d^'tóM^^ndér^ io (hi» office oo t>r be jfaraÄBWthof November nexrvrtfttkod « Ten tb« tra« they propow, «nd <«<eo describe the of the manufacture of Salt. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.         H IS ^Excellency The Lieutenant G o verhör in Campbell-town:— ..'?&ukr&&??.?'?' ? ? 304. ?per'fFétfêMtH John J)ym*dt Ô5S, ''tfr'Ru'hmàtiê Charles Giles, 495, pvrfïèvèirriàr'Reefy   ?StliMài'-fVrfjfi $05, :Jôrr £a<v Arfiï By Command of His Ecellency,. J BURNETT.     GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct, 24,1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service. the under- mentioned Articles.—   Calf skins dressed. 12 Adzes, carpe...

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THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT, LAUNCESTON, October 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

THE COUNTRY POST CRIMINAL COURT, LAUNCESTON, October 23, 1827. Thomas Shipley was tried for stealing a bullock the property of Mr. Wm. Field. It appeared that some cattle sent by Mr. Field to George-town for the supply of Government had broken loose. A pair of bullocks feet were found under the mark of blood upon his clothes, and in the stockyard under some straw. A large piece of beef was also found in his house. The feet were produced in court but in such a decayed state that they could not be sworn to. Mr. Rowlands was counsel for the priso- ner, and he was acquitted. James Mills was tried for a misdemeanour in receiving a jacket belonging to James Baker, knowing it to be stolen. The prose- cutor aware that his wife having died, his friends wished him to keep a wake on her account, but Poll Shadwell, Biddy Ashton Peg Larkins, the prisoner and several other ladies and gentlemen after keeping awake for some time until they got a little woolen- headed, at last fell asleep, when his ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 November 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1, 1827. His Majesty has been pleased to appoint Thomas McCleland, Esq. to be Attorney Gen- eral in Van Diemen's Land. Command of His Excellency   The Lieutenant Governor,   J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1,1827 HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Rolla O'Ferrall, Esq. the Naval Officer, to be Collector or the Customs for the Port of Hobart-town, under a Deputation received from the Commissioners of His Majesty's Customs, which appointment supersedes that of Naval Officer at the said Port. HIS Excellency has also been pleased to   appoint Thomas Smith, Esq. to be Comptroller of the Customs at the said Port, until His Ma- jesty's, pleasure be known. By Command of His Excellency,         J BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1, 1827. &am...

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