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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 April 1819

CAUTION, - I hereby caution the inhabit- ants in general not to purchase the two farms of the deseased T. R. Preston, known by the names of Purdon and Kingston's farms; they being mortgaged to me for the   sum of four hundred pounds sterling. April 9, 1819. JOHN FAWKNER, jun. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. LEWIS,   At the Derwent Hotel, on Wednesday the 21st   Instant,at 12 o'clock at Noon, by Order of the Executrixes of the late Mr. T. R. Preston, deceased,   THOSE Two most beautiful and valuable Estates called Kingston and Purdon's Farms, eligibly situate on the Banks of the Derwent, in the District of Glenarchy. - These Farms, which together contain 155 Acres of fine arable Land, are only 6 Miles from Hobart Town. A House is erected upon one, and a Hut on the other; and a part of both have been cultivated.   - ALSO, immediately after the above, a Pair of capital Working Bullocks. Prompt Payment in Sterling Money. &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 April 1819

f " ' .-'-;- - , PROVOST MA RSHAL'S OFFICE, April lOtb, 1819. VTO TICE ia hereby given, that Mr. WILLI AM ADAMI I J.^1 Baooaisa is appointed my Deputy in the Office and Department of Provoft Marmal for Van Diemen's Land._J.^HW BtAMOMT, Provoft Marlhal. HOBART TOW«, Saturday, April lOtb, 1819, THE Office of Provoft vUrflwl will be held at the Ver* anda Heufe in Collins-ílreet until further Notice. <& Office Hours from 10 till 3 o'Clock. JOH M Be AMONT, Provoft M»rftVl. MICHAEL HOWE,-Vt toe GaaiTTt Ornea i» now publifhing, the Narrative or the chief Atrocities and Death of this Murderer and Robber, and of his Com panions wnilli ruhe Woods of Van Piemen's Land, price $s MR. i BOMAS WILLIAM BIRCH hereby requires, that Per io os of every defcriptioa to whom he may be in denied up io this Day, will pre feet «heir refpeftive Claims with ai little delay aa poffibte, in order that they may be ¿¡(charged | and all Perfona indebted to him ara requefted lo fettle ihe fame imm...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 April 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday. April 10th, 1819. COMMENClNG.on Monday the 19th In ftant, the Bell for aflembling the Work- ing Gangs will ring at . Quarter before Eight o'Clock, when Work ia to be continued with- out intermission till the usual Hour of leaving         off. The Evening Bell will be rung every Eve tain g at 8 o'Clock till further Orders, from Monday ihe 12th Inftaot»_ rT'HE annual Period âxed by Hi» EXCEL- LENCY -the GovERNoa io CHIEF for receiving Applications refpe&iog .Land and Cattle arriving in June ; tha LIEUTENANT GOVIKtro* will be reidy ^to receive Memo, rials on thoie Subjecla from fuch Perfona at are defirousôf fubmitting thom through him: The Memorials io bo addrefícd to His Ex* CKLLSNCY .the GOVEENOR in CHIKF are to be fent in 'io the Secretsry's Office on or before-iho 14th' Inftant ; sod during »ho firfi Week in next Month the feveral Applicants, by Enquiry at t...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, April 17th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 April 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES, ALL Ptrfom who received Authority to Cultivate from the LUUTENAMT GO- VI it NOR during thelaftY^ar, either ai being in the Lifts of Grants received from His EXOIL »ENCTtheGoviRNoRin CHUT, orag pre paralory to Submitting Memorials for Land al the prefent Period» are defired to exhibit theil Tickets of Occupation to Cultivate to the Depu« ey Surveyor of Lands without Delay ; and thofc who have been permitted to Cultivate prepar- atory to Application for a Grant, are required to fend in their Memorials (addreffed to Hi< Excellency) to the Secretary's Office, ai fpfci. fiod in the Govt« Public Notice of the iOth Inft. April 10th. THE annual Period fixed by Hit EXCEL LBNCT the GOVERNOR io CHIIF for receiving Applications rftfpaning Land and Cattle irrivicg io june; ihe LIEUTENANT GOVRRMOR will be ready to receive Momo« rials.od thofjB Subje&s from fuch Perfoos as are defíroai of fubmittjng them through him : The .Memorials to be ad ¿redad io ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 April 1819

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVBRKOR has thought proper to dirett, that all Public Communications which may appearlu Ike HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be coniidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. - ^ .,, (BÍ COMMAND OF HIS HOUP»),_H.E.RoEimtfii. SuMf*.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 April 1819

VOIK &,- All Palona whuftanü indebted ^ to Meflrs. THQMA» (LARK and JAMIS LORD, either by Book Debts or heit* of Hand, are de fired to come tor ward immediately sod fettle the lame with ût Deb y, Or coercive Meafures will be reforted to s and all Per ion» to whom they Rand indebted ire defued to prefiní the lame for Payment* r .... - . *_ -'???' - j OST, a few Days ago, a Gold W itch, *J fmglccafed, made by Marche«, Lon- don, No 1365.-Whoever will leave it at the Printer's will receive ,£3 £>t, Reward* HOBART TOWN: ÏKINTSD BY A. BflNT«

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. ARCHER, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 April 1819

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate- T. ARCHER, ESQ. SHIP NEWS.-On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson, the brig Greyhound, Capt. Ritchie Passenger, Captain J. Howard.   On Tuesday arrived from the Mauritius, the schooner Little Mary, Captain Rollo,--Passen- ger, Mr. Payne. On Wednesday and Thursday signals were made for two brigs having put into Adventure   Bay; but the wind having since remained un-   favorable to their getting up the river, we are yet unacquainted with further particulars. The Government brig Prince Leopold re- turned to port on Tuesday, with timber. Remain in the harbour, the Government brig Prince Leopold ; the brig Sophia, and schoo- ner Little Mary; and at Pitt Water, to which place she has proceeded for wheat, the brig Jupiter.     His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR returned from a visit to the districts of Coal Ri- ver and Pitt Water yesterday evening. Two encounters h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 April 1819

SALES BY AUCTION, BT MR. LEWIS, At the Derwent Hotel, on Wednesday the 21st instant, at 12 o'Clock at Noon, by Order of the Executrixes oí Ibe lato Mr. T.R. Prcfton, decesfed, T"HOSE Two moft beautiful and valuibl« *. Eil i te i called Kingdon and Purdon'sj Farms, eligibly (ituato on the Banks of thej Derwent, in the Diftri& of Glenarchy.--Thefe Farm«, which together contain 155 Acres of fine arable Land, ire only 6 Miles from Hobart Town. A Houie is creeled upon one, and . Hut on the other; »nd a part of both have been cultivated,-ALSO, immediately after the above, a Patt of capital Working Bullocks. 03" Prompt Payment io Sterling Money, BY MR» LEWIS, immediately after «he above, on Wednefday next, the 2tit, Inftsot, in two Lots, on the Premifés m Elizabeth-itr«et» by Virtue cf a Bill of Sale, end Directions of the intended Admiriiitrator to the Rftatesnd Effets of the 'ate Anthony Lowe, decetfed, r HAT well-known Blackfmiths' Shop * in Elizabeth ftrcet, late the Property o...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, April 24th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

í<5ftV£RNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. ^EcáftffcfcY'a Orne«, HOBART 'town, ¡til , JÍ.J SatuTrday,¿'.April 24th, .181». ÇP^QMAS CHAPST and JÍÍBÑ M'ÇuLtAM £"&*&4VmfR¿a asCÖnfta~blesof Hobart Town! bf.tüBe^chofvMagiftrates, for Miiconduä. | v J A M if '.fay* LU and ,' _ ,".'? M'CAN M A are. »pp.«ín¿e4 Çonftiblfs oí Hopa rt Town. fiy Command of His Honor, I "/j _ H. Ë. ROBINSON, Secretary. Deputy Affiliant Commißary, General's Office, Í Mtob'art Town, 22nd April, 181Ö. 3 ÍSíMajflfty's Magazines at this Station be *? inf.Full; TÍO farther Quantity of Wheal ¿lit for the tprefent bo received» . By Command of His Honor -The Lieutenant Governor«. . '.-"J : J TKOMAB.ARCHII, - ¡ -j . ^À'Aînfe'Dfruiy Affiliant Commiifery General.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

HlsHoKOt ifee Li.ursNAHT GOT «««o» hav thought proper to d.re¿tt itoit JfPuMiç Communic^o,» *£«J^J^£¡Üg ..mßäfiT.lOWM'GAZETTE, and SOVÏHEttN REPORTER, figlied'withany Official S.gnalure, are tobeconfid*rtd«OffltSi4 t, Cojmujnmc¿|ions made lo tliofe Perfons lo whota they hiiy relate. ... ti * '»«J..<.--". <«¿uU#iLut (By COMMAND OF HI» HOKOR)* _ i 'it.wini ttnima^hm0^mfmmef

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AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OK ¡VAN DIJBtyfiK't 1ATSD THE Auxiliary Bible Society of New South Wales, ettabWhed in 1817, having during the laft Year tranfmitted lo His HONOA lu* LieutBiiAWT GOYIRNOR (at two feparate Periods through their Secretarias, the Rev. Mr. CowptR and EDWARD RILAY, Efquire) a Number of Copies of the Holy Scriptures for Distribution in thefe Settlements, which (as was notified in this Gazette at the Time) were con- fided to the Rev. R. KNOPWOOD for that Pur' pofe; and a ftill larger Supply hiving been late« ly received, it has appeared of the higheft Inr portance to the beft Interefta of the Communi- ty, and to tbeJUfpeaabilixy and Credit of this Dependency, thai a Society XQ Co-operate jn the tone'toft 'afcfulaod laudable Parpóle mould be hereéílamimed>~A Public Meeting, therefore, of the Magiftrates, Officers, Inhabit- ants, and Settlers (under the\SanÔion of thr LiavTaMAMT GOVIANOA)* will take Place on Saturday the 8th of May, st the. Mew Church, at 12...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

f* /.jgllray/poüN:py--RßWAR"D. . ,: PotlC^ Of FÍC fi, HÖB4RT TpWN| [," ..,'-.' j'..," ',,' I-', V 'ifth March, 1819* ^f^HEREASÍoFórmaiípn and: Complaint YT,: nive'been añade on Oath it ihia. Office» jil tVd Hundred Sheep, the Proporiy of JSdtfard ^»mberly* Wiiliim'Kimberly, Daniel ÜftU St pip fief a, jun. and William Nicholl, jua« were em thV Night pf the 16th of February left felo fcioufly tikes end driven away from ,iheir Gra^isg Ground at ihe Tirjidiih Holes, near ^Yprk Plain* ; and whereas on the álbrefaid Io föMatioulWiliiarti tóorgih, lité of Hobart5 To wo» and Johp Oliver, latoôf ihefc]üe: tíf itty ,Çand~cbirgapi ívith cóm^teí^^bd'Oki'd 2Fe» »Wyt;Hao<l «ho faid VVé MorgaaVnd J. Olive | ,hkvirig< finca fléd and abícaaded,; -the former .fron hil üfüal Abode ind Refidence, end the latter from» Confiable who had him io Charge ODA Magíftrate'a Warrant, thefe are therefore 1 to.authorize »nd require all Confiables iru' ether Perfont .to apprehend the hid W. Mo...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

HOBART TOWN, "Sitting M »gift rat e- »Thpmas. Bell* ' %(<¿fi *& It is ordered, that .the Amzp oí prfflm till further Orders be is follows:«^ "* Wheatcn 7d> H.ouQipld &à, per toa^ Si^lP NEWS.^-í-The Irriga which we reported in our left to haye pnt into Adventure ftajr, _ proceeded again to fta without [coming up to port. In the courfe of the enfuing week is expeflé J ¡co fail tor Sydney, the fchooner Little Mitf, Mr. Rollo, maller. Remain in harbour. Hil Mijelty'a colonial brig Prince Leopold; the brig Sophia, and fchooner Little Mary ; and at Pitt Water» where (he is receiving wheat, the brig Jupiter« CORONOR'S INQUEST.-In confequence of the parents of a young woman, named Mary Merrill, who died on Wèdnefday evening, hav- ing entertained much fufpicion, egainft a young man with whom fhe cohabited, as to the nature of her death, an Inquifition was yefterday ta- ken upon her body ; but as no grounds what- ever could he adduced to fupport thefe fufpi- cion...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

WILL sail for Launceston early next Week, the Sloop GOVERNOR SORELL, Mr. Risk, Master.—Crew:-David Adimson, William     Wheeler, and James Carrott.   THAT well-known blacksmith's shop in               Elizabeth-street, with Tools complete, for- merly belonging to Anthony Lowe, dec- eased, will be Let for eight Months certain to any industrious Mechanic, for the Bene-     fit of the Creditors.—Apply to Mr. J. Lord, Administrator. HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

THIRTY POUNDS REWARD. Police Office, April 23, 1819. WHEREAS the undermentioned Convicts, who absconded from Hobart Town some time since, now stand charged with stealing a Sheep from the Flock of Daniel Stanfield ; and also with robbing his Stock-keeper near the Cross Marsh. A Reward of Ten Pounds is hereby offered for each of the said Offenders to any Person or Persons who lodges the said Offenders or either of them in safe Custody. Joseph Elliott, 5 f. 4 ins. high, dark com- plexion, light brown hair, hazel eyes, 25 years of age, by trade a butcher, was born in Lon- don, and is pitted and scarred with the small- pox. Joseph Ashmore, 5 f. 8½ ins. high, brown hair and eyes, 27 years of age, is a farmer's labourer, and was born at Kingsnorton. John Jones, 5 f. 8 ins. high, reddish brown hair, grey eyes, 20 years of age, was a seaman, and was born in Liverpool. A. W. H. Humphrey, Superintendant of Police, MR. PAYNE, who arrived here in the Schooner Little Mary, intending to pro- ceed ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 April 1819

\ > The Genera,! Meeting of the Landholders, ^Morchanti,; and other refpe£hble Inhabitants .of thp Colony, cpnveocd on Tuefday the 19th Inftant (purfuant to Requifitioo} by the De» t puty¡ Provoft Marmal, was very reipeâabty & attended. »Ur$*? JOHN. JAMISON having been called to 1 »tbeChiir,and theObje&ôfthoMeetingftated ;i j RosiAT J a NAIN si Efq. moved the firfl, 'fécond, and «hird Refolutions s which were vfeconded by Ric HAS D BAOÓAS, Efq. ¡ . Mr.EüWAAo EAOAR, mored the 4th Re. , fóleuion; teconded by W. BROWN a, Kfq. t r.*\lr. K,S, HAIL, moved'the 7 th Re foi u «cijo»,; of ,Tvhsoks .to} His EacaLtBucv thr .GOVERNOR; feconded by WILLIAM'^RIO : jaaÑ.iíiq« which was with a lively feeling of : .Cirati.tudp^Q HISEXCAULBHCY, unanimouily ^adopted, //',,, \ The ReCblUtidn's as,hereunder fisted; hiviog beeo/adoptod, and the Committee appointed, the Masting was idjourBeoto^T^ sith of February ; when, from the peculiarly im portant and intereft ing Nature of the Mattet...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 1st, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, May Jir, 1819. ALL Crown Servants allowed as Go-; vernment Men to different Gaffes of* Perfons in the Public Service are to be muttered on Sundays, at Bell-ringing, by the Chief Conoble with the Ticket of Leave Men« The Chief Confiable will furniih him fclf with a Lift of the Government Men ; and will a (certain fach as are by regular Permiflîon employed in the Country.-» Such Government Men as are actually in the Service of the Perfons to whom they are allowed may be Exempt upon Certifi- cate to that Effect ; but all others are te be muttered under this Order, AU Changes in the Government Men mu ft be notified Weekly to the Chief Conftable.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

His HONOR the LIBUTSNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, 1 hat all Public Communications which may appear m mc HOBART 101VN GAZETTE* ana SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to wjiom they may relate. rr_\ T-f 1? ßnDtuinu £p/*r*t/ivit» (BÍ COMMAND or His HONOR),_ H.E.Roaiitaoir.frmtoiy*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

IT appearing that of three Men who late- ly abfented themfelves from Hobart Town, and who gave themfelves up on Monday, one was an afligned Servant and .another a Government Man; the LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR finds it neceflary pnce more to require of the Settlers to give notice within twenty-four Hours at the Police Office, or in the Country to the jieareft Magi (Irate or Diftrict Confiable, of the Abfence of any of their aiîigncd Ser- vants. Any Settler who fhal! be found to have allowed affigned Servants to abfent them- felves without fuch Notice will be excluded front that Indulgence in future. - It appears alio that, in the Cafe alluded to, the Settler who had an affigned Servant on Store did not employ him for his own Service, but allowed.the Man to goat large on paying a weekly Sum,«-This being a Practice directly contrary to Regulations, and highly injurious to good Order, the Settlers are apprized that they are prohibit- ed from allowing their affigned Servants to go on their o...

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AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

AUXILURY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY or ! VAN DIEMEN's LAND* THE Auxiliary Bible Society of New South Wales, eftablitoed in 1817, having duriug thelaftY«sr tranfmitted to Hi« HONOR the LlIUTBNANT OOVKRNOR (at tWO fcpÄtatf Peiiods through their Secretaries, the Rev. Mr. Cowpia and EDWARD RILEY, Eíquire) a Number of Copiea of the Holy Scriptures for Diftrihution in tbefe Settlements, which (as waa notified in this Gazette at the Time) were con«! ¡fided to the Rev, R. KNOPWOOD for that Pur. pofe . and a ftill larger Supply having been late ly received, it baa appeared of the highett Im- portance to the bett Interefti of the Communi- ty, and to thaRfifpe&ability and Credit of the Dependëacy, that a Society to Co-operate in the fame mott ufeful and laudable Purpofe ftiould be here eftabliihed ;-A Public Meeting. therefore, of the Magiftratei, Officers, Inhabit.] ants, and Settlers (under the Sanftion of the LIIUT«MAHT GOVERNOR) will take Plac« on Saturday the 8th of May, it the New Chur...

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