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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

?MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. On Monday evening Mr. Hackett dcliver Ti\ ltt^ lecture, agreeably to advertisement, ? on 'Hydraulics 'and Hydrostatics. It hap iieiicd that the Van Dienien's land Society ' had had an appointment to meet at the same hour, and we were much pleased to «ce the whole body of the gent leinen who had as .rcmbled, having postponed their meeting unlit Mr. Hackett should finish his lecture, /euler the Court house together at the com n>< »cement. The lecture Was illustrated, vtiih many interesting experiments, drawings and models of vvatcr machines Mr. Hacket]! t ommeneed ,by explaining the nature of at- mospheric pressure on liquids, in one in stance by a model of the beautiful fountain of Hero, by which water is made to spout far above its source. It consists of two tubes »he one a lillie longer than the other, both meeting in a cIo»c vessel belo,w. 'On lhe mouth of the larger tube is a stop cock, -«\l)icli being kept shut while the water is poured int...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

IMPOUNDED. AT die Public Pound T< a Tree Brush District of Robmond, one blnek and \v|iiïe cow, brunit J li on ne»r bip ilk gible brand over J.C. On off Inp. One brown and white onw, britid it. L on tit bip, W, K. on near hip One Ringer coloured tor», op <ff left ear, brand E ('. pn off bip. One liku kitidt d «ow «vitb wtnle baok and belli, li ra ntl T .G nu ..ff (up Ont. black limftr, brand I.«, on n«ar lup. One'bluok gri/zel cow brand A. K. on nenr lup, \( tb se ntiimtla be not claimed and re» deemed wubin the lune nllowed bv law, they Hill be »nid bl me, at the «aid Pound, on tne ltith ol riim.dtíjo, Ht one o'clock, according to the pro vmiiiim «f 4be r.i.|)onndiiic Act. ALFRED THRUPP, Poundkeeper. M«y a. m*. IMPOUNDFD, O'N' tlie 16th of 'May bwffMr. James Duncan, 1 stTftWbesry sided btillhrandcd WP near tibs, otf ribs, (supposed DU. If tbi» an inn* I be not claim* f*d and redeemed wHhm'the time all..w~ed by Ja», it .Witl te «Md by'm^t'tmysald Pound on tkVlfl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

FURNISHED Lodging«"to bo L"t, with nr with' .mt hoard, m a reap« enable part of lhe tu»u* For particular« inquire at this office. WANTED. AS an apprentice lo lhe i>hoe Making business, a Ifny from lhe age of len to four let u j ears ol an't, and of quiet and sober habit«. Appin anon to be mi.lt; al the ofiBoe of Ibu papir. ' AT the Albion Coffee Rocm«, n*>ar Wellington Hridg**, I râtellera cm ha accommodated with good lieds, Breakfast, Pinner, &c on modé- late terms. N. B. A pood Yaitl and Stabling. GENTLEMEN that have Carriages, Gigs, &c.   from England, may have them carefully and   neatly fitted up by Geo. Slater, at Mr. Smithson's, Block tin and Iron plate worker, corner of Welling- ton bridge, Elizabeth street.   Carriages of every description made and repaired.   A selection of Patterns of the newest London Fash-   ions, is always open for inspection !   N. B.-Springs made and repaired, and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. IA M directed bv the Viee-President to intimate tlint Hie Society wi 1 meet in the Waterloo Tavern on donday llie 21st'inst. at 7, o'clock P al- to appoint a President and Vice-President, to o'ect ne«* Members, aud.'in transact the ordinary biisi - ness. ' : ?' ?''.'??? ADAM TURNBULL, Sec. . Jun.e,l, IS?bv, ....'.. ' --min ! Tlie votes in writiiisr, of country Members who may be nimble to attend, will be received. ' .' "tfTJ7'ANTK.D,.Jn a gentleman's family, 20¿nile.« .*vv ?-* fionrtôwHj áf jFrec"Y?ómaii¿ to take bliartfe ?of two yonnsr Children, None need apply .who cannot in ve undeniable testimonials of character. . aa liberal : Wages .will be given. Apply at the .Conner office. ' \yANTE». ' ' ; ." '"' \ '/k PR,',r,n *n undertake" tim elntie» of Parish, JTSL Clerk iii th.« t-iwii of L*iunc.e«tnn. : Hi'ni ist hi« «married ipan. soul if aeqiiiiintocl willi' snored mu si« would g-.t thepreference«. ...... ,, .. .. , f ",.?'.' Salary SOI.' per niimipi. Appl...

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NAVIGATION OF THE TAMAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

NAVIGATION OF THE TAMAR. 1 We have been kindly favoured with a co- py of the following directions for the entrance of the river Tamar,, and gladly avail our- selves of this opportunity to convey informa- tion of so useful a description to our seafar- ing readers : - * The difficulty of making low Head has been the constant complaint of those who navigate these parts through Bass's Strait, but the following directions I trus will be     found worthy of attention, and will assist the mariner till a light-house is erected for his better guidance. In standing in for the entrance of the Ta- mar, you must observe that all the high land lies to the westward, and that the range of mountains gradually falls into the sea at point Flinders, about 4 or 5 miles W. of low Head, the land to the eastward is moderately low, with a few rising hills detached from each other at some distance from the coast, but the best mark for making the entrance (when it can be seen) is Mou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 June 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS »Al CONTAINS^ Gt OVERNMENT ORDER, No. 4,-Co r lonial Secretary's Office, June 4, 1830. Whereas much injury having been done to the roads in the vicinity of Hobart town, and especially to !he newly made road leading to the House ofCorrectiin for Females, Ivy the cartage thereon of heavy loads of timber : The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct that no limber shall be cut down, or carried away from any lands belonging to i « the Crown, wilhin 5 miles of this towu^ and P*" as all former permissions to cut timber upon these lands are herebj revoked, and none in future will be granted without His Excel- lency's especial authority in writing ; all constables and others are strictly enjoined to; enforce the due observance of this order ; and parties offending after this intimation will be prosecuted. By His Excellencv's command, " J. BURNETT. GOV ERNMEN T NOTICE, (No. 108) Colonial Secretary's OlT.ce, June S, 1£30. ( Certificates of freedom have been granted ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

ON SALE AT FHE CHU it I IR OFFICE, BEST yellow wove post Best black edge ditto Foolscap of various (polities Blue demy, blotting paper, whitcy blown ditto Post copy-books dp ditto ditto Battledore, cr alphabets with lessons for chil- dren beginning to rend, 3d. Easy primers, containing alphabets, spelling, reading lessons, hymns mid prayers, 6d. Watt's divine songs, Is. A small collection ol'the most popular pieces of pathetic English history, Is. titi Fenning's spelling book, 2s. Johnson's miniature English dictionary,"ivith the fabulous history and market towns," i-c. 4s. Lead pom ils of all qualities Mates and »late pencils » Memorandum books of all kinds Wnfe'is, ink, healing wax Lignum vit» ruléis, Is., Is. 6d , and*2«. mci:. Quills and made pens, plain and pla\ ing cards Mrs. Row c's celebrated let tri s fioin the dead lo the living, with thoughts on den li, anil UM Urs moral and intert.iiiiiiig, ne»atly bound, li1*. The ypiiit of the piilil:c;ji>iiin<il», cuiiti...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

NEW WAUEHOUSF. Íantl W Rul3tyU,»0N b g leave to intimste » to their tin mis Htitt tin |)iililio in gêner*!, limit ei Uaïc ri et nid b\ (lie two hist armed ship« ffiim 1 ngliud, ilu» und« rmuitioned Lood« m addi- tion to tlieir foi mer extensile* stoek of roeichan dtze. Black nnd co onred xuporhne clutha Do (lo. tilt »H cn ils Gentilrnvii'» siipeiiîne(i>piMsîi clinks and morn ni» wrappers Blaik and eootired evaiBtc«nt« of every descrip tinn. Do do. Fn ni li crus di Ninle, m great variety Hlnck <imt ^re« n rrape ol »vnttlis Hlrfok. «lilli», mid o «loir« et lii^s i;<ti7M B'iick and white n irsnet» un I l'i f*lin< Hlaok fttld coloured liaban uri ind bonihazeens Mlaok mik iel vet and >i k slncki«,;» Blaok and coluurnd atntis pinn ¡nul t willi d Do. ii k bandannas- plum and t»il ni Silk sfiawlshnd icxrtsn - it, ? LuPdon piiuhil bnndanas in treat i atti ly C inpiiii v *H hist Indin binitaiMs An el nant IINSO tmmt iffvslii inWe utilions Lace uUing mid ...

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THE IMPOUNDING LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

THE IMFOUNtMKG LAW. " Wer«? ve fe> publish the numerous letters 'arid applications which we bave received re çmding the late Act oí" Council on this im- portant law, we should leave no room in our join nat for any other subject. The inquhies put to ns, chiefly rest upon the nroper inter ptetiition ofthe 17th section, «herein no ex traordinary damage is stated to he allowed for ¡in* injury done to crops that are not dul> protected by a fence. The introduc- tion of the word "extraordinary," in this passage has given rise to numerous disputes as to the meaning of it, as introduced by the legislature. We believe we Stated our. own interpretation about the time of the passing of the act in.our journal for the 17th of April last. We supposed, and we think na- turally enough, that as no extraordinary da- mage was allowed for injury done to crops not 'duly fenced, none whatever would be al- lowed on ground still untouched, in a state ot nature and not fenced. In this idea how- ever we...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

HOBART TOWN BOOK'SOCIETY. ' May 29,1830. AT a Gene tal Meeting of «lie Society held this day, arrangements « ere entered into for the establishment of A Reading Room, from the 1st July next, at the home of Mr. J. P. Deane, in Eli- sabeth street. It was resolved 1. Thal Mimbers of the Snrî< ty should be «'n tilled lo admission on payment of one Guinea p'r annum, in addition to the present sulitcnption, a. That Gentlemen resident above five rnjle» from town should, on eleqiion by ballot, be admissi- ble as Heading Roon» Members, by payment of one Guinea per annum, willmot entrance money. <? 8. That offieers of the ~Army and Navy should be admitted without ballot, by payment of half a gui- nea every «is months. W. H. HAMILTON, ALFRED STEPHEN. Joint Vcreiaries. VAN DI EM EN'S LAND SOCIETY. I AM diiected bv t!ie Vice-President to intímate that the Society wi I meet in the Waterloo Tavern on Monday the 21st inst. at 7 o'cWk P M. to appoint a President and \ ice-1'ri«...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

BIRTH. - At Sydney, on Saturday the 8th May, the Lady of Chas. McLachlan, esq. of this place,   of a daughter. BIRTH. -At Montacute, Lower Clyde, on the 22nd ultimo, the lady of Lieut. H. B. Torlesse, R. N. of a son. MARRIED-On Tuesday the 6th instant, by the Reverend W. Bedford, in St. David's church, Thomas Hewitt, esq., to Sarah Ann, daughter   of A. Elmslie, esq , London. MARRIED-At New Norfolk, on Tuesday the 8th instant, by the Reverend H. Robinson, Mr. Wm. Malcolm, of Stockwell, Macquarie river, to Miss Matilda Diana Jennings.   MARRIED-On Thursday the 3rd June inst. by the Rev. Dr. Browne, at Rochford, St. Paul's plains, the residence of Major Gray, Henry Jennings, Esq. of Hobart town, to Miss Alicia Legge, sister of Robert Vincent Legge, Esq. of Cullenswood, Break o'day. DIED -On Wednesday the 9th instant, at the Eastern Marshes, aged 40, Mr John Turner,   overseer to R. W. Loane, esq. He was a faith- ful servant, and much...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

The Courter. SATURDAY. JUNE 12, 1830. Arrived on Sunday, the brig Elizabeth, Capt. Philip, from Canton, 13th March, with a cargo of tea, &c.   Sailed on Sunday the government brig Prince Leopold, for Launceston, willi stores.   The brig Norval is loading for Sydney,   the Arab has cleared at the Custom-house, and will sail to morrow morning for the same place. The brig Lion has undergone some re-   pairs, but is loaded, and will sail for Laun- ceston to-morrow. The Government brig Tamar returned on Wednesday from Macquarie harbour, with a cargo of timber. Passenger Ensign Champ, who is relieved at the settlement by Ensign Stubbeman. On Wednesday last, the schooner Henry and the cutter Opossum arrived at Laun-   ceston from Sydney, and on Friday the brig   Guide, Capt. Ashmore, also from Sydney. Wheat and other articles of colonial pro- duce have undergone no alteration in price   since...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 June 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER, No. 5. Colonial Secretary's Office. June 0, 1830. HE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct, that the following Abstract of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditure for the Year 1889 be published in the Hobart-town Gazette for general informatiori. T "- -_ By His Excellency's command, ORDINARY REVENUE. *> Duties on Spirits imported . on Spirits distilled m the Colony..~?. on Tobacco imported .*.. Advalorem Duty upon imported Goods of Foreign produce. Wharfage . Port charges on the entry and clearance of Vessels. Fees on Custom-house Permits, on Packages of Spiuts and Wine lande I, on Boat Licenses, and on Clearances of Colonial and other Vessels.... Warehouse charges . Auction dnties. Licenses to sell Wine and Spirits wholesale. to retail Wine, Beer, ¿a Spirituous Liquors to distil. '. to printand publish, and Duties on News- papers. Quit-rents. Iii nt of Crow n Land ...... g Government Mill . Punts. Old Ordnance More Militaiy Canteens Pews. FT f>cs--Of t...

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From the "Iris," SONNET TO THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

Trom the .« Tris," SONNET TO TflE STARS. Y« Ktirs of m¡diiip¡l|t orb« of unknown mould ! Centre» of sjstenis ' mansions offre blefct ! : That gild our darkness w itli jour lays of gold, And «hine unrrov'd in'your eternal rest' ,Pr are ve worlds where wo arid w.iiit abound, yVUere Vice and rolly stalk in wild career, Win re war «prends partage o'er UjeJVnitfïiI ground, ' , And blights -the harvest of the bounteous veai? , Uli 1 mysteries of - Heaven t your} .glitûring i beams ,, . , i ... Pende pliffpspp^iyj mail ftriyes in vain 'through the'most nappy of his waking dreams, * ' ' ' To unlock the secrets of vmir vnit domain ; 7o H J M alone your Mysteries stand con ft st V) ho spread you forth with bis supieme helier ! TH&ADVANTAGES OF A PUBLIC JÎCtyQOL» ' * j S i) Should you wish your hopeful ¿Billy, , <rm\ Pride of Pa, awl Ma'» delight, * ,, ¡«> Made a scholar- willy'iiiilv, , ( j Taught the classics wron« o<* rieht; Should jon tvùli,lnm learn'd in L...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. I AM directed bv tlie Vice-President to intimate tliat the Society wi'l meet in the Waterloo Tavern on Monday the2lstinst. at 7 o'clock P M. to appoint a President and Vice-President, to e'ect new Members and to transact theoidinary busi- ness. ADAM TURNBULL, Sec. June 1,1630. -non Tlie votes in writing, of country Members who ttiav be unable to attend, »iii be received. H01HRT TOWN BOOK SOCIETY. May 20, 1B3". AT» Genf ral Mci line of the Society hald. llii« J\ dar, arrangement« «e rp» entered inti» for tile pstahlndirmnt of A Readlnfg'Raom, Trout Hie 1st July mxt, Rt the home uf Mr. J. P. Deane, in Elu yaheth Mrert. Ii wa* resolved 1. Thal Jtyrmhers of the Snri My should be en- titled to admi'iion on payment of one Guinea p" annum.'in ntl Ittiiin to the pre«elil »uhpcnptiMn. Sf. That Gentlemen re«idcnt »hove fi«e mile* fmm to« n should, on election b\ ballot he admiyM J)le as Rending Knrm Metnher«, by pa», mont of one fjtnnea per annum, wiitioat entrance m...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COAL. The celebrated engineers Messrs. Mauds-   ley, of Lambeth, have assayed some speci- mens of the coal obtained from the cliff at the South Cape, which had been submitted   to them for that purpose by Mr. Waghorn,   of the Bengal pilot Service, and we have much pleasure in stating that the result of their experiment was very flattering. If these specimens which were obtained from the edge of a stratum exposed to the weather   on the side of the cliff, proved so good, we may naturally expect that when mines are opened to a sufficient depth, coal will be found of still superior quality. The result of various geological observations, and the finding of numerous blocks of coal in diffe- rent parts of this island evidently shew, that immense strata of coal extend in a north and south direction, at no very great depth, all the way from South Cape across the island on Van Diemen's land, appearing on the other side of...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

%\>t Courter. SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1830. Arrived on Tuesday the Government cut- ter Charlotte, from Maria island and Water- loo point, with a detachment of the 6*3d re lieved at those stations. Sailed on Wednesday the l6ïh instant the ship Arab, Captain Ferrier, for Sjduey, with the remainder of her original cargo in- tended for that port. Passengers by the Arab to Sydney, Lieut. Darling of the fj3d regiment, Mr. and Miss Cobb, Mr. G. E. Mackenzie, and 14 of her original passengers. Sailed on Thursday the 17th, the schoon- er Active, Capt. J. Wright, with the remain der of her import cargo for Sydney, and 4-9 packages from this port. Vessels in the Derwent this 10th June. 1, The ship Mary, Capt. Jamison, loading for London,-2, i ne bark Wanstead, Capt Friend, loading for Calcutta, and thence to London, and expected to sail to-morrow or Monday,- 3, the brig Volusia, Capt ' Han- non, nearly loaded with colonial produce, and expected to sail in1 a few days tor Glas gow and Liverpool,-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

Thorpe Mill, Upper Clyde. HEAT ground at the above Millat'Nine peucc per Bushel. FOR Sale, 400 fat Sheep well worth the atten- tion .of those who are anxious to obtain good Meat. THOS. AXFORD. WANTED, as Nursery Maid, a Woman who came free t> the Colony. . Apply to Mr. Frankland, Macquarie-street. WANTED, a Gentleman to undertake the charge and education of a small family of Children. None need apply, but such as are fully qualified for the'.task,, and can be well rccom-: mended. Apply to the Printer. ! THE Partnership existing between the under signed.is this day dissolved by mutual consent.               W. BIGNELL, S. It. HILL. Witness,-Thoi. Jai. Walter, ' "Alexr. Geo. Dumas. 17th May, Ï830. OATS on SALE. THE undersigned ins a considerable quantity : suitable either for Seed ni- -the use of Hurses. ?..,-. ROBERT MATHER. London house, June l8, 1830. JAMES A. SPRENT, A. M. will open Ins P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 June 1830

. rjÔVERNMF.NT ORDER, Ño. fí. ... Colonial Secretary's Office, 17tí» June, 1830. THE general pood state of health of the Convicts in Chain- gangs being doubtless attributable to their want of means to pro- cure ardciit spirits; or exciiange the rations provided for them by iii«? Government for less nourishing .food, and to {heir fctóng cont pelled to rest \vhen not employed in public labour, the Heads of all Departments^ and all Superiiitenueiits employed under them in the chatge and eonlrol of Convicts, átje¡ strictly enjoined to prevent the mçnVuWter their charge from labouring for themselves, and to take especial care that they( proceed to Iheiir meals at the appointed hours. ''? The only exception that will be allowed to this regulation, refers to such Convictas have permission, on account of goo^con-.) duct",-to sleep out of barracks, and are allow- ed the Saturday to work for their own bene- fit; these men will be furnished with a Cer- tificate under the hand of the Principal ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 June 1830

ÏHE GAïBTTE OF THtS DAT CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, f_No. t*l-1 Colo- nial Secretary's Office, Jone 93, 'Í830. A Certificate of freedom has been granted to the un- dermentioned person; Robert Baker, 573, Arab. Bj Bi» Excellency'» Command. / , . J. BURNETT, GOVERNMENT NOTÍCE, [No. 122.]-Coi«* ii mai Secretary's Office. JurÄ 02, 1830g-lJ <\ The Lieutenant Governor bas been pleased to g"»*, the undermentioned indulgences : TICKETS OF LKAVK, ' Thomas Beny, 93, Admiral Gambier 1 William Scott, 586, Asia 1 I ' William Parker, 328, do. .Edward Parker, 320, do. -, - Jane Cefender, 55. Brothers 1 liornas Stevens, 381, Claudine , Joseph Saunders, 461, Caledonia S William Smith, 451, ditto .lames Mouscr, 1B6, Diomedary Richard Loveley, 89, do. S (rah Lowndes, 37, Henry William Newman, 79, Lord Hnngcrfoid John Dodd, 241, ditto -' ' John Roberts. 260, ditto ' John Higgins, 639, Ladv East ' John Pain, 367, ditto Benjamin Allison, $10, do. John Brookes, 797, Morley Hobt rt M'Garrett, 5...

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