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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

? ^— «''^^— r— -''Tf~ -Hrrrarr- nr liitnu j-£imx-u«iMmnimT-iiiiiTi:trtri'TMi * It »^;ihe public duty oft Journalist to dispel delusioa ; tut m the diHclwge «f this duty he must not «zpect to find his read perfectly free from the arrows of those who *r« interested in prn. T«i.tinffth« Mfia «f truth fr»oi c»nfroutiag aid dissipating their fewer. ' ; *?._.... *?Ti$ slander^ Whose tongue it sharper than -s two-eiged twerd.' Sla*der and Hctractibn are ifte children | ? «f envv. It is that passion which induces J mmnn to speak ill of his neighbour. It Is because he sees with a jealous eye and a jaundiced heart the prosperity of another, that he^te ks to blast his fair -Uvom and dcs ? troy hia reputatloa-%4he-eflV?cte -«f :--sl*integ= \_ ? ^nd detraction. The person who is the au thor of a calumny against his fell -w men, iedaresby the~act that he has a base, a cor ? rupf heart, tha- he is «ne, who to- gratify -his own evil passions, would joot hesitate at the crime of murder. The assassin...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

~ SHI? iHk ^KWS. Arriveb. : Oh ttee^Stfej-^He trig ^eieopatca^^^^-^Sweet, i - tnastery-from-'Hobart Town, with general merchan dize.. PRssPinger/j— Terrenx;e Rue. ^Orrtirer27tb,=- The-schoeiier-Resoltttian, J*Ji»LLan «e.y., master, from Hobart /Town, with general mef— «lfaiidize. O-; tfte 28th,— The schooner 'Prince Recent, John Hassel, , master, from Hobart Towd, with a 'cargo of general mereliaiidire, consigned to Messrs. J. &. J. Solomon. - - — JSarae^dav,— The brig Guide, ?? ??» Ashmore, master, from the Mauntias, jwith -^cargo~of-sttg;ar. Same day,- -The schooiigjLF^j«{i3^7p^l^-r---^ JNeil, roaster, irora Circular head, with passengers. ----- No.depar£uresJ|3is_week. ? VESSELS_REMA1NINO IN THE HARBOUR Ships penian and Bombay; brigs Britta-mia, Cleopatra, Guide a. id R- sou. ce ; schooners Prince Regent, Resolution add Trieudsoip. ATCltlVKD IN HoBART TOWN, On the 24th,— The brig. Lion, Capt M'Leod, from the Mauritius I7th December, with a general cargo, principally sugar...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

T* the Editor of the Lmuncetton AdvertUir, ? Sir, There is i gentleman resident in the Island ef Van Diemen's Lai-d, or some of the Dependencies thereof, of the name of Jonatiuul Oldenback, Esq. He possesses a most valuable -vork^bj-a-iDan-of the name of HADDENsrAoEH, who once took a trip underground and rame back again* , The book contains a complete account of the laws of the. $tfuman$f ef which teiias occa rionally ohliged the Public witfaJsowe extracts. Perhaps you will therefore, through the medium of-£pf-ur paper, request turn to favor your readers with tfi^Hluvian la«^specting M^rifl^4,4n^^ f*r*-»!C0... to _ the -subject jof my recent Ietter4o lam, Sir, _ ^ ~^^TPHRdDTfAsT - ? -*»$#-- - - . Tkey Sot OMONR.—lkey Solomons has declared his -escape from Newgate was nrcomplished, net by bribety or promise of reward, but by. aiTin^ tffninus^d able arrangement, AyithViilch^liose ^^^b^d4iim in^arp-were^Totaily uMcfluailnleri |~ and-he complains much of the enormous expense which thfit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

MARRIED:- At Elizabeth Town, New Norfolk, by the Rev. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Lawrence Reed,   of Stoney Point Ferry, to Miss Wisdom, lately     arrived in this colony.     r The A RORittiNE*.— Another instance of the sanguinary proceedings of itieee deluded crea ( tores occurred last week on rhe^baiik» of tjie Ri- ( N W Tamar, a short distance from town. A man | vjiamed Walli* was speared toy1 them in two places, ' ? ! yft.ihe right siri*v Imt fortunately the apear com- - -. ? ffrg ? in contact with on* sft JVis. jjbsjyjtjjre ventedi irom reaching any vital j-art ;-^the other spear ? ? ^Houaei was a slight ^wi«^-n-t*ierleft^fnv— H*-wa«- ? likewise dreadfully beaten about the head with a waddie, and now lies at the hospital in a very .precarious ^tat«,^W*4iave heard that about the tame time they, robbed several settlers in the ?a n?e neighbourhood. ? —Reports reached town on Sunday, tpat; .the desperate Aborigine*' have been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 January 1831

1^I-Pl?HT-'ETr bv the Uu ersighed, 'W ilie iirigzliESDURCTs; vad ^i]TTIoifi_AY the umi^riuentiotted 'GOODS; tntd now id sale at his -t_r-?B^_JnjCanjeron. Street,_-at re ^dyced prices. Cash or Colonial Produce ti. ' ken--in.-pay.oi.ent at the market prk^j ana litjeTal cfeditrgiven on approved security. 110 hhds. Taylors porter ? _..'_ ? '20 tierces besibettled brown stout 12 \d4.. pale., ale ? ? _ tlo. stong xxx ale . ' ' ? 2_di-,JB«rton_do. . : 19 tilwk. Spanish i^d wine 50 rusks bottled port do. 'IDZaxj; Jteewy do— — :_!.: ? 5 quart ei-c4-,ks sherry do* 4Jihds. do. _0 -ases claret do. 90 oporto do. Cape wine in pipes, half and quarter do, 3 p'pes brandy H punch tons rum Silhh^s. vinejjj^ '_ 25 hiilf-ban-eVp'riinp' pork 10 * op Isle of France suiar . 33 - bests, and 24 naif-chests Hysoit skin ? tea _ ? ' __' ? ._ ? _J_ ? . ? _ carroteels of currantR, and ten barrels of ^wytna new red raisins 5 butts dried a^lrP in small baskets 28 cases, containing mustard) pickles} salad oil, caper...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. TUESDAY, MARCH 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

LAUNCESTON RACES. -:???' 7f^ESPAYi7]VlARCH 8H1. ^ Sweepstakes of J& each, with £40 added for J&KSrJIW^Sfe. ? - - ? ^_:— ? ; ';;-T''~~ ?' ?'?- st~Ibs7~~~^ Fillies and Geldings.. '.....,.. 8 4 Taoiough-br*d, «xtra ? , JO ? _!„ W^Dk^SPAY, 9tb. _=_^__ ? 'fWlfHTTAKES of X3 f acU, wfth £4^ ad4e* for Ksrseif'pf aHa^es. — .^ — - — ' _ ' - ' st. 4bs, _ Two*year*«ld» t.v, ..... ..... 7 7 Three -io. .t,~v ? ;....t 7 Four do. ..i*«^,^...,. 9 5 ^ Five do. ? ........10 3 ? Sf x -fo., and cged ....... ^ w-^t— ' '' ^horou^i-bivd extra. ? -|# TWO-MILE HEATS. Tif UBSDAY lOtll. ?_ _ A-Pp^B^fiSOjiBiiifieWj Of en by the. Van Die fepV ^apd- publishment, For T wo-year-olds, the: reduce of its Horses, ! ? ..-_.': ? fit. lbs. jColta , , . .- -.-. . . . . . , ... r. . . . « t Fillies and Geldings ? 8 4 ; ?K©f^h^*eAVeittrat....... id | MILE HEATS. c - JQVgtPMAXES of £8 each, with «20 added for Jiorses, &c.'j ; of all ages. Weights the same as on ^Wednesday. TWO-MILE HEATS. ? ? ~Uo I^of...

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From the Hobart Town Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

From the Hobart Town Courier. Sir George Murray has lately communicated to the Church Missionary Society, the wisti of His Majesty's Government, that mea sures s1loTil5^ie7taken'tor the ^social Improve^ men t,~as well as the^religious iad ruction, of the aborigines of Nevr Holland ; and has — proposed that- the— Society -shooW f« rniah^ — two teachers for tial object, for whose sup port £500 per annum would be set upart frSox the Colonial fund, t D. A. C. G. Yeolaad, our present Com missariat officer at Launceston, is promoted — to the rank --f Assistant Commissary (General, add (iumer us other promotions are antici pated on the occasion of the , approaching coronation. ' * i ? . ' Sir George Murray, it was reported, was about to undertake the duties at the Herse Guards, to be succeeded in those of the - o^ lon^l office by F^ord Palmerston. Mr. C. Grant was to fill the office of Secretary at War, in the room of Lord F. Gower. — eOTsolsH^Gct^Ste- ? — ? Mr. Brougham wa^ preparing- to ...

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EXTRACT (continued from page 42.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

'?'??_ ? ky's-uaCT ? ^Tamr&vrTrrfi'Cf' or he V*\ M^MfiWLA ?'? 0 ANNIt BKSAttY and HOBAEU TOWN Ah~ '''' ~{ci-iiiniit-dfr»'m'piiiz*%Zj -.—__?'. A portion f-i *»?« nu-nm»T wil; b' set apart Tor €h*M*aturaj historv ot thn coluny, which will be' or aiiinial&Jttiat come under notice, connected! wiih-w4»*ch-wiU-be ^J^.sc-riplions ol newly explored ^arts of the island, and «arr«tives ot excursions, 'Vv'isit toy water to port Paveyls all pady prepared*) Tfajp^rice^f^achJrolunB^jyJll be 10s., a«d unless ?ur »'*pectaiion disappoiot hs, «#» shairinTverttte |)l'a.sTirt* |o transmit to the various subscribers: mho before that time may be pieasedj^patrou-^ if« us, part 'second of the Va.r Diemen's tamiT Ai uiversary for the year 1 83 1 , on the first of May next.: _ Th^ volume convincing th*- first-partr wbf *ach ... j i ;arfln» , yHJ-aa-ii8ual_i!oiilAr tlie Altii hK ?r Hr, Ctv«l Establishment, and other uswm~h8ts* ?♦ rttfewicts,— bcit-it Js not^ intended to -reprint ?very successi...

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SHIP NEWS. No arrivals this week. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

[?] No arrivals tills week Sailed, On the 2nd,— The Prince Regent, John Hassel, 'for Hobart Town, -with 3D00 Jbushels ulieat,' 1 case haberdashery, 4 cases woollens, 1 xase ^lard^vare, S bales' printed cottons, 3 bales linen* I cask hard ware * 1 bale cottons, and 1 quarter cask wine to order, Ou-the 3rd,— The j-brig 1_Gzarjr-- ? fiitssellv' mas ter^ for Sydney, with part of her original cargo, and ?50 bales ot wool, together with a_quaotitsLoilcoloniaL produce. _ Ou-the 6th,— Thel-brig^Biitannia, ? —Ramsay, master, for Swan River, with 53 casks beef, SO lihds. porter, 3. puncheons rum, 4 hhds. and 3 pipes braiedy, 25 chests tea, 60 l-ags^sugar, and sundry merchandize. Passenger Mr. Mason. On the 7th, — The schooner Friendship^- — Neil, master,— for Circular Jiead, with 108 wedders, 260 l-ags ^otirrl^*011 minaosarbark, consigned to F Curr, ^sq. ; bag of leather, 1 puncheon rum, to E. Robson, Esq. Passengers,— Mr. a* d Mrs. Dow and «hild, and 13 servants of the Vatf Diemen's Land Com...

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THE FOLLY OF ENVY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

— - ? TftETOEiriT Ofc' ENVY* Look not op with envy to those above mee. Sounding titles, stately buildings, fine gardens, gilded chariots, rich equipages ; what are they : They dazlze every one but the possessor, ? To him that is accustomed to them, they are cheap HRnd-regardlessi-^bey-«uptjly flim^ot-wrrh-briglitr— er images or more sublime satisfaction than the -pfattripan may have, whoae—swal! estate may — lust enable 4iim to support the charge of a sim ple unencumbered life. He enters heedless to his rooms of state, as you or 1 do under our poor S-P.ds. Thy ti^jia pnintJtigB nilt\rn*i\y filfnihirft are lost nn - tiiiw ; h» *epk them tint ; have rfln JlJte^h£rjws^^jrJi«ai,Jif-Xustom,Ua~FA*Ri€--iH-~ finitely more grand ana finished, that of the uni verse, stands unobserved by the inhabitants, and the everlasting lamps of Heaven are lighted up in vain, for any notice that mortals take of them# . GEORGIA* LADIES. The females of Georgia, so remarkable for their beauty, are not/ howeve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

— '? - ? ???? -^^f*^ -'?' : ? 7- Jl XJj ])trtfOU8 jtrp hereby cautioned against -» employing Michael Kellt, and Jginr Cj ewes, they having absconded from nj serf ice after entering into an agreement to perform cer tain Vftrk. ??''.? Any person found employing the same after (oil qotice, will be prosecuted accordink^oiaw.; I 7 . GEO. PARKmsONl }j K. B.— Warrants are issued for their apprehen sion- Launceston, - , January 28th, 1831. HLRjfciB ir eropp^er Jphk Fa wkker, Junior, of ^Brisbane-street Lauaeegton, fnntfti andCeperat Agent, to receive all mnni*« ^Ju«l$ me, aip to gi v* receipts and acquittances In jny caroe and 1-ebalLVrWy and all, debt s^oe _ to m«, and I also empower Vim to iue any per sons who may reftfse to pay to him the full imouni of all diebts doe to we, apd to act in toy imme and Ifeliaif as fully in every respett intle ''^Jg***' *fttae same (as per list) ai r myself V ' ^ JAMES ANDERSON. - JanuaryJTtr., 1831. .j' .. ( ??'? .-',« -'i ,J '**?? ? NOTICE. ^ Iff R PATER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

? ADVERTISEMENT^.-. To the _Editor_ of the JLaimceslon __ ._ ? 'Advertiser, - Sir^r- Allow melic * ^asky^u how J^ar the -Common Jailor—of Launcestqn hasti in Hit* power to confine a debtor in so litary confinement on bread and water . 1 ajnutir, ? ? — -- Your obU Servant, . ? Jt Dealer in butter. S. Babbitts. Upo* the idngVrecovery, 1789, the librarian ?nd others connected with Sion Oltegi», wer* at a loss what device or motto to sel^c* for th il lumination of the building ; when the following happy choice was made by a worthy diviBP, from the book of Psalms :—' Sion beard of it and was giad^* : ? ,'??? .?_??-- ?--? The merits of the amiable bishop, Hofne w*»re ackpo w ledged . by men of_all_ sects. John West oy^. ? who was not accustomed to speak t«o highly of th ~~~ clergy of the establishment, once observed, oa seeing him pass ihe window of an inn, at which he was standing. *' There goes a man, who had he lived in the first days of Christianity, would have been an apostle.1' It i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

_^ ^1 TQJTHE iPEBLlC. ITH HE Undersigned begs leave to inform ? ?*- the Public that he has commenced bu siness as CARPENTER and UNDflRj'AKBU, an the^reinises^lrt^-ly~?ccupied^Jy JMr. FiiENCH,4n York-street, and hopes br a steady attention to — iwsitte»» to secure the public patronage ? — ? ^ y ? ? ^ THQAiAS COURT. — - Launceston, JFeb, 4ih^ JSSi ^ ....... ^_ . ;;' ? -_: ? Public Pound, Eastern Division, Norfolk Vlains, P-b.7-h. 1831. IMPOUDN KD by Mr* Robfrt Mailer f Norii* Ik Plaint, Jasu^ry 31st :— - I Bay Mare, black le^s, 8 quantity of small lumps on the near shoulder, supposed to ha ye keen sliut. and horse jFoai bj her side. Damage ] a., poundage 2s per day, food and water Is. per da-. ? ','?'?' ?????- '?'???:.? If not redperaed within the time allowed by law ? Ihipy will be sold by me at tjijjJ'gUt d on the first iy«jqnesd8y in March next, accerdiujj to the pro — visions of thf Impoundiug. Act. ' Lj^ . WltlUM SALTMARSH, Pound keepe^. Public Pound, Norfolk Plains, , ? ' V-: ??...

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POLITICS INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. (continued from No. 104.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

[?] ? INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA* — H {ctnlintiedjrvm N*. 104^ — We now come to speculate upon the probalile constitution, or form of governroeat to be given to the new empire, which we have traced by anti cipation to the time when it shall tbrow off the joke, now so ill borne of the gr«at company* The limits of a newspaper prevent our examining the varieus Urms of Government, ia exisUnce *% toll length ire will therefore content ourselves with a brief notice of the two principal ones a republic, and an aristocracy from which all oih* ers take their origin pointing out the rolatiift hearings of each on tocietj in India as before rieicribed. ? _^ ? Govenimeat is ntcessarj for the preservation of rights which are created, the rights of soci ety are «©f two kinds priiw-rr— which are protect ttop sf person and property ^-to pecomppnen tg do^iothiBg wtttch the welfare of society at large does, not require mod to be allowed to do anf taiog whiuh does not injure another. To every member of soci...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

« -=**ir #SriSie-pridlc dtffcy ©If * JaanudUt to ^dief st:4eta*ie- j * at J'ilio diicharfifc »f tfri--tptyfef n|u»V apt -fj»fbt t« IB bia^ntaA rfectTyfrwfrt)« the^rro*iof*tho»» WK6 ire itti«Mtei'tBArft. m^__iT * ? —* ? :_''' . ? - ? - r ?**?(?;? ,' _ * ? ? ? ?? -i ? ' Ottt*fifwr_. *r*, too fiif-«»tlj.^_e^_Tui_ of our own «B*f rins {#»iV weTe. f nemHf .-Mtfertmti -ecaoB. *wc 4«_i»*_.__*r_p_r *e appreciate good »?_ «vil.'»^_M_»u__ «p Mobalitt, The trut li. of this maxim is daily proved id Van Diemen's Lund. We here see raea iu penury, who, but for their own 'errors'* Blight rapidly rise to affluence. We see persons shunned by « very respectable iadi viaual, who, but for tiieir own ** errors,' «»itrlii hare been universally ^s-«enaed. We ae*» personi enduring mortifications and hear them complaining of them, who, but for their own ?? errors' might have been other wise situated. And we tind our little State much depressed, while, but for the ' errors' of our peojile it might be quite th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

- Abstract from^Saturday' 9 Gazette* THE periods for which the undermen tioned persons were transported having expired, Certificates have been granted to them accordingly : ., ? ' ? Thomas N orris, 12b, Sir Chas. Forbes Vrederedick Wilson, 608, Princess Charlotte ? T*iomas^rabtTee^656v do. Watkio Lowe, 316, Poenix, 2 *TpHE Lieuteuaul Governor has been M pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences. ' ? ' TICKETS OF LEAVE. Thomas Bennet Gard, 315, Arab . J;;mes alias jos. Westley, 447, do. Robert Gray, 351, Albion William Pffcival, 266, Baring Jfathariipl Hartley, 2£7, Caledonia, (1) Benjamin Furber, 164, Claudine Emanupi Lyons, 171, Countess ^Harcourt Edward Hanes, 439, Caledonia, (2) George Paton, 68, Competitor Wi'tiatn Guise, 392, Chapman jarees Moody, 8, Indian Robert Short, 822, Lay ton Elizabeth Webster, 54, Mary Ann Joseph Hoare, otherwise Alexander Waters, 62, Ocean ? Mary Leonard, 26, Providence ' Sampson Brinkworth, 536, Prince of Orange ^ Richard Luck, ^:1U, Richmond j...

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EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

EXTRACT From the Prefer* to the VAV DIRMEKS LAN1 ^$4VBBSAUY andWOliART-Tu-\N AX — ^^4H«onnn|f=i-ei*-re^fle-Teaaer wnn a nei* y«*arf s we hadbopi'd j»oit« haw^requi«»4l-hi-jndsilgem e, I at least, -in -the score «f pbwtUhfiiv. But wfc* 4J 'catTreii^t the jstrjpug arn) pf -jjifecessity ? A moutk * has scai cely Vla^sed *iiice ?&&?&* re enabled 10 ? procure paper— to commence our Jittl?_.J»oJiime» F-roia the neglect of oiir cor respowcle«i in Loud a we have bet*n compeiled-aUo to print in old iyp% in tonseauence of waicb ihe letter press is not equal toJ^flt^**7fr^*7to~m^»*- « M» future num* bersT Notwiihstanclihjft thi- however, and the i numerous other iriifhc ultles we hfeive had to con- I tend with in this remote corner of the world, r We tnifct, the lit He' work row in the hands of j the reader will be found in no respect to forfeit I -tiie-laiourabie opinion the former numbers have 1 acquired. When it is considered that the m»nu- 1 -sci-ipi-has-been ^rritt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

' ita-satarday last, the Court, of Jieguest* satjtr Norfolk PiainsTandTn conseq irence pf^uTactTon' ^foFsTonder having to be trifd 9fr~fhait da j9 the Court was west nuttjeroury^ttended, and hi afl afidition to th* usual agents two Solicitors attended on^ to d*-fendjhtt sknder--rj andJiie .other^toas* jist in th*» fl^fenl'epS^TTllTslrrtfipeciiaienisafair sample -o\ the ability o/,the Solicitor, we cannot' sey much in praise of his fovemw taUnt^ the action A*as brought P-by :-T«t,— fl^Wii j iat, Innkeeper, — against^-Mi^eci&am^ttieVillage schoolmaster^ ? for accusing the plaintiff of Telony,, the defendant ^appearea in Court, jB»»d really we took ?hioUo be ~ ^OxerapiTii-Ttf the ' rum casJc^per^riffirtith^fied Xion of Brentford was pale to the color of thisT nan's countenance. After a very parjpnt hearing* the defendant wa9~ordeiva~to pa? £10 damages, ? mpon-irHrhTiw^allt1ff;i«r 'N.__ Vtilliatt, know Ing Mr. FeciHianf ifte^dTeiiHut to be very poor, agreed to forego all claims ...

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FURNEAUX'S ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 February 1831

FURNEAUX'S ISLANDS. A short account of the groupe of islands situa- ted in Bass's Strait, on the North East Coast of Van Diemen's Land, generally hnown in   the charts by the name of "FURNEAUX'S   ISLANDS."       1. CLARKE'S ISLAND.— Is the most southerly of the groupe, and nearest to Van Diemen's Land ; from which it is separated by a chan- nel 9 miles wide called "Banks'z Strait." The land is generally light, and sandy . Some       part of it high ; the centre of the island be- ing the most elevated, sloping generally on all sides to the sea. A great many kanga- roos, also that species of this quadruped   called "Wallaby" abound on it. That part of the island in sight of Van Diemen's Land is steep and rocky upon the coast ; while the opposite or north shore is low and sandy. Several small patches of good ground are to   be found in different situations....

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THURSDAY 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 February 1831

Thursday 10th. -? A PURSE of 50 Guineas, given by the Van Die*s '^'^J^nd Establishment, lor ^Two-year-olds, iiie Produte ^of its Horses. st. lbs.1-' Colts ...,.-:?.. .,?.,«-... ...^..... 8 r Fillies and Geldings . .^ ? 8 4 Thorough-bred, extra ? 10 MltE HEATS. Sweepstakes of «a each, with *20uddeafor Horse*, Ac, of all agtes. ; WeSkhW the same as ou -W-Saiieiaayi ?;_---- ? ' _— : ? — ^ TWG-MILE HEATS. -No Thorou^i-bred will beaUowed to start for this Rftfee,and the Winner of the All-age Stake on Wed neadayy to be excluded. - ?? ;Ni ?R.»T»Ai^Pejrion8 must enter their Horses with the Clerk of theXJourse, for any of the above Stakes beforeJJ o'clock-in- the Evening previous to tbe day of Raee, and at the same jtime deposit a certtficate^f the Age and Pedigree. ; ' ? .V . A. PATEESON, Sec. Launeeston, -^ _-^_ ? -? . . - ? January ^4th, 1831.

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