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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

WANTS EMPLOYMENT. ARcspectai>¡e Young M an just ai rived in tlir . c tony, either as a Wavch-iisemaii or infe- rior Clerk. -Apply at thin unite, »r to Mr. Sie plim. , . .' _. . .. - . . MKS. ABBOTT, BEING in want of an Assistant in her Irsta'b lishmeut, wilrbe liappy to en'uaae. willi « Young 1-ad.v capable of the dutic* of tl«at..:f.Riti»a lion. Apply personally or by letter at the-Semin- ary, ? rislianci-treet. u ^ . Hobart town. Au^nst26,l830. ' : . . BÓRK-KERPER. ; f, WAN IÊOê- j6irh Wie. . Vaiv' Dieiiien's Land. Company's ftsti\uliílúnei:t,..at CirciiUt Head, a Book-keeper, wjio perfectly understand), Book-keeping in all it* Brauchet. Apply to : . -,;.,- JOHN KKK'R,. ' ' '.' Van Diemen'» Land Company.'» Agent, M .cqúárie-strcct. . lStli. Aug. 1930.- -; MIDWIFERY; MRS. M'TAVISll,v who has been so many years established in this town in the prac tice of Midwifery, lakes i|ii.-> .opportunity of re- tín ning her nest thanft* to the ladiev.of Vari Die meiiV land,for the very li...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

WASTED. , A M'ET NUIÎSj: m 'S"respectable Family, R woniftn diät caine iftee in the colony would be íuctericd. Enquiíe of (lip printer. >' tlolMlt town, .S< )». 2, lr-80. WANTS EMPfi)YMKM\ A YOUNO ¡Man who 4RI<I emigiatcd to -Swan rivci hut lind the'niisfbrtouc of MUffiíiiá shipwreck' at that poit.auj) nelng ntl>crwi>>edj«ap* jioutt. d ni Hu, vioys, hun'lucn Obliged, tu come ¡o ' 'tliinscoloiiy in hopea of ittifdinf» tfié niesñs of Mip poi tin;; Imioelt hi nuntetfonrft oéctip<ttion Would be «lad to niAe, luunpt u>etiil,i|» any . 'surgeon's 01 J) ttjgisi's l.dhoiatoiy» .Souci toi/s. uffiee,, or io asM t m a'Sihl/olvor'fartt,fià faiîuljes in teat Jung, willing, ciphe log/fetl} jWp-ily ta<ilie-punter. ' » ' '. ~ i >t' '-riíf *f~-1-i -i-:-> , Tp.ltElF^'M ,t ATwo-Rt«r\ HiiLk fioiuivfioiated in Brisbane* street.1' - ' '» « ,v* , ' ' Applieatnin to be madclto^Mr. Howden, at tbe Ëaniujnn. _' , rl-<, ._< T...

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THE ESSAY Read before the Van Diemens land Society continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

THE ESSAY Read before the Van Diemen's Land Society   continued. Van Diemen's land is an agricultural and pastoral extension of England. Yet in such     a manner that the returns of our fields and grazing grounds do not interfere with the           corresponding productions in England or in- jure by competition from the English farmer. His wools are of a different quality, and his wheat is consumed in other markets. We do not injure the agriculturists, but we be nefit the manufacturers more than twice the number of English agriculturists can do, because we cultivate only the best soils, and so have a far greater recompense for our la bour. It must always be borne in mind that we raise a revenue sufficient for the sup   port of our Colonial Government. We re   quire of England only what is expended to the keep and for the control of the prisoner establishm...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 September 1830

Op7Courier. . ,r- ? .> : , - . 'TT~ ? -- =- . i SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. Ifc30. o torwood Saturday the lm«'Lion, Capt. [ it M a^eodj Jrutn^jLjiuu^esTt'U, ,%s.iUt.».tíAt¡t,t» of >b ba ¡ey, oal9,"&c. ' ,'S I,J|.ll,l.w«U)"lH¡|],'Mllll /'< . ' ' ' Sai'ed on Tuesday the 31st inslant, the - brig Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, with a reneral * cargo for Launceston. -This vessel, after a 7. short trip lo Sydney, »HI rehiro to Launces to« to load for Lnnnoti. There was no arrival of shipping at Laun- ceston last week The Queen Charlotte sailed for Sydney with a ear»«» of wheat, and 1 he.Friendship" with various goods and stores for Circular head. _ v i Passenger hy the Queen Charlolte lo Syd _ ney, Jdifie&JÇJng. esq. of Oyster bay and Betsy island./t« ~**"*v > V The prisoner* *r?djp the Manlius and David o Lyon have bol li oeeiflanded, and with the exception of the worst characters, have been I assigned'lo selliers. I By a paper laid before parliament, giving Jj an ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

IMPOUNDED, A,f Ute Publie, £«tnuJ,.T«a< Trise Pm^i .fcls. Í\" trictoft¡ie;btT'oM»J».nJi|íje8Ht *»B«*t. .,#,*(>, t blown a> d, -Abite cow, b.r.nd, T:\*. . «n mar hip, with tip off lett ear, and swallow lo'ik^ and a slqpe out of back of rigid ear. rl biow» cow, bland i*VV. on near Itip, with tip oh" left ear and swallow f..rk, and a slope out of hack, of right ear. i briude-Leiter, Nnjbrapd, will* tip off right ear. I br«wn heifer, brand S on off hip, tip off and swallow f rk in light ear. Inpoiind^d by Mr. Junie« Evans, 'lea Tree JJriish; damage tout s|ii|. line«.' if the"«* animals he not claimed and, redeemed within the tiine all' wed by Law, they Will be sold b> n-e at the «ad 1*'und «li tJie6tliol Hr'oi>er, IH'0,a'I o'clock «ceo.ding to the provision* of fie impounding act. ALI RED TMRUPP, Pniindkecpcr. Dated this Olli day of Septembei, tHJO« IMPOUN'DFl), AT the public |íoti d Hamilton, di>bict of New h ou. Ik, I dark red Mil nek, brand TW near bip, left...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

. " .:-:',.-:'-. V;- WANTED, ?... TWO Mcntlia« ure competent t« ¡the Digging and Bofeing of:Welts'.. (Mod Wage.« and c<.'ii Kiánt'Fínphiynicnt will. hë'givén. hy applying to, P. Sini:'h,,-Plumber,' Hobart *t'.wh ! ' . ' ". "'/ J'. S. begs ti inform Hie, ßentry'pf ft»b¡ift-, town that lie has.«oryerv large Glass"tiir-Pieturex tliat wih'ctit .sqiraret'-'-j.fcet' 0 inches, by i foot lo! iiichesfot sale.'.-:.'?; ¿' '-i ,.-:' '?' '?..?;.; ;",?. .:?:?', ;;^Í3"-;r::.íifcWÁT!Í3:Eb;^...;j ^'\v/-C: AS I)ôrUjR»;j je Servant and lo niàfrç fewlf ¡*crç<! jñljy. nsetul ¿ii a,r<i>peçJal»l«- fámiiy, a n'lid ¡dlé-àgcd rVntál¡e,'wÍio lias come free to"<tlie~colony. Any pt-rsoii'df tlii< di/NCi iptioñ" who ciín'"i.e? wellVc coniineiidi'ijiyf ill be(ir oij a cOmftn table situation by «l»'p'ljingto\(ijç,priuitr^v, . ..:'.. ¡rjpO Hire for. a ccitajii'period oh a_" farm in Hie :/J.Í.' cofliftfyVa Honserläif enter, a .iiiIt-Wrigfif ¡anda Blacksmith. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS     GOVERNMENT ORDER (No. 9),   Colonial Secretary's Office, Septmeber 9, 1830. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has considered with anxious interest   the numerous representations of the Settlers, expressive of their alarm at the increasing boldness of the Natives,   and of the danger in which their lives and property will be placed, unless ad-   ditional protection be speedily afforded by the Government. 2. But it is in vain to expect that the country can be freed freed from the in- cursions of the savage tribes, which now infest it, unless the Settlers them- selves come forward, and zealously   unite their best energies with those of the Government inmaking such a ge-     neral, and simultaneous efort as the occasion demands. The Lieutenant     Governor, therefore, calls upon every Settler, whether residing on his f...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

KINGDOM. House of Lords, Wednesday March 10. The Earl of Roseberry presenting a petition for the remission of the tax on leather, com- plained that the public did not derive that benefit from the remission of taxes to which they were entitled. The Earl of Malmesbury confirmed the statement by the mention of several articles which maintained the same high price after the duties were taken off. Hats were dearer now than they were before a duty of 3s. per hat was taken off when Mr. Pitt was premier. At that time he, (Lord   Malmesbury went to his hat maker to con gratulate him on the probability of his sell ing more hats in consequence. What was the answer did their Lordship's think ? Why, said the hatter, I have heard with great satis faction what you tell me, but we were just going to raise the price of hats, they will however now remain at the same price." (a laugh) When a tax was taken instead of   the benefit reaching the consumer it stopped in media via....

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1l, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1830. Arrived on Saturday H. M. colonial brig Tamar, Capt Bateman, from Macquarie harbour with a cargo of timber, shingles and trenails; 30 prisoners and guard, consisting of 2 corporals and 4 privates, also Mrs.   Dawson, widow of Sergeant Dawson. There has been no arrival or departure of shipping during the week with the exception   of the Tamar from Macquarie Harbour. The Elizabeth, Macdonnell, is expected to sail tor Sydney to-morrow, and the Manlius   and David Lyon for Sourabaya and Singa-   pore. Vessels in the Harbour.-1. The ship Nancy, loading for, London by the way of Sydney. 2 and 3 The David Lyon and     Manliu*, loading for Penang, &c. 4. The bark Science, loading for London. 5. The   Orelia, loading for Swan River. 6. The Nimrod, in ballast for Canton. 7. The brig Lion, discharging cargo of grain from Laun ceston. 8. The Elizabeth, lo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 September 1830

CORNWALL BANK. THE Proprietors of the Cornwall Bank are in foi meit, tbat an instalment of £2. \0(.. per .liare, will fall due < n die 1st November next. JAMES KA MUN, Cash'tcr. iannccston, Sept. 18C0. ' GOOD OPPORTUNITY. WANTED immediately a Wheelwright and furner, either ticket of leave or Iree nu II. Gaori bandii will find canst*HI çmpiuvmeift, and Le irralejT with on liberal ternis. ' Appiyto ide prlwr. l " f V K^1,, MUS. ABBOTT*» BEING in want of an Assistant ¡n her estab- lishment, will be happy to engage willi a Yoniig Lady capa6le of the duties of that situa lion. Apply peisonally or by letter at the semin- ary, I'risbane street. Hobai t town. August 26,1830. SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. "\/f,S-'> BAMBER resp'ectfnlly informs the La JLTJ|, die* of Van »¡emeu's land.'that she pur- poses receiving Eight Hoarder* at h«r resilience, late Mr. Dumaresq'« in Davey street Eveiy branch of education will be taught as in the first Shoots in bngland. The utmost aé'eution M i...

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PROPRIATION FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

PROPRIATION FOR THE-FIRST QUARTER OF 1830.« 5, 74 19 11 711 12 4 116 14 11 286 19 11 257 15 8 IO 2 O O ' Salaries Excellency The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR » .£625" 0 ate Secretary - " - - 162 IO teils - - - 62" IO mal Secretary's Department - - 556 IO re\or General's Departmentv - - 649 10 missioner of Land Survey - 91 1 Board - artment of the Custotris - - ¡e of the Collector of Internal Revenue mai Treasurer's Department Auditor's Dapartmerit - " - meer's Department irtnient of Roads and Bridge}_ - -, lance Store Department ¡rament Printer - rintendence of Government Herds . îctor of Stock ' " - ions - icfines1 - Office (Forage) for Horses) - - - Súprem«* Court - Court of Requests - >i i Quarter Sessions and Clerk of ih6 Peace'- - Slieriff c - , - istrar of Deette- - - * - esiastic&lj r> - - - iola - tary -. ' - * -r cc - <|uarie Harbour ' - - ical - loodie, Esq. Forage furnished for Government Horses and Cattle - 553 182 251 65 30 12 10 382 10 75 0 -0 0 1031 10...

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STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AND [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AND ORDINARY REVENUE.     Duty on Spirits imported. -           " distilled in the Colony. - " Tobacco imported. -   Ad valorem Duties on the Importation of Goods of Foreign Produce " Wharfage. - Port Charges on the Entry and Clearance of Vessels. - Fees on Custom House Permits, on Packages of Spirits and Wine landed, on Boat Licenses, and on Clearances of Colonial and other Vessels. - Warehouse Charges. - 93 3 6 Auction Duties. - Licences to sell Wine and Spirits Wholesale. - " to Distil. - " to Slaughter Cattle. - " to keep Dogs. - Quit Rents. -         Rent of Crown Land. - " of Punt. - " of Military Canteen. - Fees of the Colonial Secietary's Office. - " Surveyor General's Office. - Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court " Master of do. " Commissioner of the Court of Reques...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

,/, t(-'"ii!' '>v ñfiÜÉ'Pí¿prietórs't.'f the'CorowàU Bank aré in" ±> ."fbrttW, ^liíit'áW HMiiiriipiiF «>r jgi.1 Í osi per ; »hare, WUl ftll<Iu¿ < »ilic lMÍ'N«vi'nkber]fiexht<!v ,, ,Uj ? . t- ., Cashier. ,.. ??'>' t!GbOÎ)"'01»POÛT^NÏTT. .: . ' WANTED ïmhiédi'aiHy?'-£VVheelwriffnt and i, iFarrier,!«:i\b¿r,ticket of leave or, free jrii ii. Gnqil- nantis , will/ ¡find .¡consent 'employment, and le {rêated' ' with,ou .liberal '.erins., ( < Apply to. the, prill Ibr!. ''''"^ "-V- "?';'? ! ....-..... ^ -?' .??..:. >\i........^.TV..»-. ... .;?,.;;-,«??.'!. -..WANTED.^--.:/ .-';?? í5 . A,i WET NUR^E-in a respectable Family, '* /\,, wonuuMhat^ine .free III the cqlony would, be preferred.'.'Etiqiiireiof the pjint^r. .. ., ..,¡ Hóuart'town',Seu.2,'tl}áO." ", . :;' , . -WANTED, . ,,r.' ' , *:«'' IWO Men that aré 'fe.ínipett'ñr to hie' TiVggftiij 'and HWeiiitroflVVcl»«.' «ooH Wiralla'<&«-'< .- ...... cot verv ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

WANTS A SITUATION,         j A,S Overseer, « Te^pec'aMe'-indtvidttal'-«rho ha« X^ ,: been tluee yeiirs in theeol/inv, anti i* Well' acquaint eil with the, interior Minier tanilstlie^ita basement of stock," and is pcifcclly versed,in .the. business of a farm. Apply to'-' '-'" ! . ' ' I. Ii. Ü.HkOWNRStro, :¿' General Agents.             Elizabeth street.                   WANTED.               BY nyoung Mau. lately cime to rhecolony, a> . situation as muliniert leik »r .Stoie-keeo n Respcctah|c reference wj I be given by ¿pp.}¡tig JAS. WOOLEY,     Cabinet Maker.         &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.             September 14, 1830.                                                                                                     J. BURNETT.           &am...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1[?], 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

The Courier     Saturday, September 14 1830 Arrived on Sunday the 12th instant the   ship Medway, 450 tons, Botlhwick Wight       commander, from The Mauritius 3rd August,   with sugar and sundry merchandize. Pas- senger John Lord, Esq. Arrived on Sunday the 12th instant the bark Henry, 260 Tons, H. J. Bunney, commander, from London January, 28th, the   Cape of Good Hope July 25th, with a cargo of wine, raisins, &c. Passengers D A C.G. Carr, lady and child, - Gore. Esq., Mrs Bunney, and 4 children. Arru eil on fuubaay tli"-14tl» the schooner Eigle, i07 lons, Capt,uiii(jiitKii^tro,ii Swan Uiver, o <d Augt., with 4 cargo of'agriciiliu rd iiiipleipiiiii, ct'e. Passengers, Air. 1'iaU, lady and two daughter»,.!Mr UrVen and lady,* Mr.(Shaw,! M17 Shadwell, Mr. (ii.rtlen, Mt«. Smith, Mrs Cumming. Mr. 'Genilen, Mr', ami Mrs. V\ jUo», Alr. and Aj'rs, Ç.hi|ico.it and,four ...

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POLICE OFFICE. Hobart town, Sept. 10, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

POLICE OFFICE. Hobart Town, Sept. 10, 1830. Edward Briggs, absconding himself from his master, Mr. Mawle, without leave. Imprisoned, and kept to hard labour for three months.                 John Welsh, Emanuel Lorom, Charles Fitton, Shadrack Fennell, assigned to William Archer, esq, were charged,with gross insub- ordination, in refusing to go to Norfolk plains, there to be examined by the Police             Magistrate, as to their statements taken before the Superintendent, they having come from their Master to Hobart town without leave to make their complaint instead of     going before the Police Magistrate of the   District, and ordered to return by his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor.       On account of the serious nat...

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THE Approaching movement against the BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

THE             Approaching movement against the BLACKS.       We observe with pleasure the zeal which the approaching movement against the Blacks is entered into by all classes of the community. After indeed, what the settlers in almost all parts of the interior have suf- fered - after the repeated and general out- calls for something effective to be done - af- ter the too well grounded, though loudly expressed alarms of the danger, if some im- mediate check were not put to the increas- ing murders and outrages daily committed, it was naturally to be expected that the in- habitants would receive with the cordial satisfaction which they do, the announce- ment of the only decided and necessary step that could effectually relieve them. The greatest skill and judgment will be required   in forming the arrangements in order to in- sure success; and let no one...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 September 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS GOVERNMENT NOTICE No 184 Colonial Secretary's office, Sep 16, 1830 THE. Lieutenant Governor has been pleas- ed to make the following appoint   ments           Joseph Hone, Esq. to be chairman of the Quarter Sessions at Hobart town, New Nor   folk and Richmond Edward Abbott, Esq to be Chairman of the Quarter Sessions at Launceston.   Sholto Douglas, Esq. to be Chairman of the Quarter Sessions at Oatlands, and Camp bell town. Jamos Cox, Esq to be Chairman of the Quarter Sessions at Norfolk plains Charles Bethel Lyons, Esq. to be Clerk of the Peace at Hobart town, New Norfolk and Richmond. Michael Kennedy Esq to be Clerk of the Peace at Launceston, Norfolk plains, Camp bell town and Oatlands. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.     GOVERNMENT NOTICE     'No. 185.   Colonia...

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Jones's Hut, St. Patrick's Plains Capt. Wood's Hut, Regent Plains Mr. Geo.Kemp's Hut, Lake Sorell Michael Howe's Marsh. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

Jones's Hut, St. Patrick's, Plains I Capt. Wood's Hut, Regent Plains Mr. Geo. Kemp's Hut, Lake Sorell Michael Howe's Marsh. The arrangement, at the different depots, for the conveyance of ra- tions and stores to the Parties em- ployed, will be undertaken bv Mr «Scott, Mr. Wedge, and Mr. «Shar- land; and as the leader of each party will be af respectable indivi- dual, he will keep a Ration-Book in which he will insert his own name, and the- names of all his party, which on his presenting at any of the Depots, stating the quantity required, the respective storekeepers will issue the same, taking care that no greater quantity than 7 days' supply, 'consisting of the following articles per them, viz. S oz. of 6'ugar, è oz. tea, 2 lbs.flour, and 1 § lb of meat, for each per- son, shall be issued at one time, to any party. 25. , The inhabitants of .- the country, generally, are requested not to make any movements against the Natives, within the circuit oc- cupied by the troops, until the g...

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