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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 188. Colonial Seiretnrifs Office', Sept. 23, ÍH30. THE periods for which the under, mentioned persons were trans- posed having expiied, certificates hiive been grunted to them accord» in ¡fly : James Pearson, 378, Sir Chs. Forbes I Inch Howley, 70, Minerva .Joseph Bums, 677, Albion John Gilbert, 349, do. Mat-caret Kelly, 36, Brothers Joshua Carter, 587> Sir Godfrey Web- ster John Brook«, 797, Morley John tivans, 175, Lady East David Johnson, 231, Cum. Hayes By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. ÜURNETr. Under Sheriff's Office, Launceston, Sept. 20, 1830. In the Supreme Court. Adey, v Craijf. On Wednesday the 6th day of Oct. next, at 12 o'clock, the Under Sher- iff will cause .o be put up tor sale by public Auction, on the premise« lately occupied by Defendant, cal- led Rendlesham, on the Macquarie river, ,4 UOU T 300 sheep, (be the same, fl. more tr less,) and about 60 lush'Is of wheat, the property of (leiciiilant, unless this execution be previously s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

V CORN.W\LL RANK. THK Proprietors of the Cornwall Bank are in foimcd, that an instalment of £2. Î0». prr share, will füll due . n the i*t N ovemher next. JAMES RANKIN, Cashier. 1 aunccston, Sept. 1830. WANTS A SITUATION, AS Overseer, a respectable individual who ha* boen, three years in the colony," and it well acquainted with the intei ioi. under tands the ma- nagement of Mock, and, is perfectly vi raed in the business of a farm. Apply to I". E. D. BROWN & Co. " > < General Agents. Elizabeth street« "-- ' WANTED. BY a young Man. lately c »nie,to the colony, a situation as an undi r Clerk or Stoie-keepcr. Respectable rcfeience wnl be given by app ying to ' JAS. WOOLEY Cabinet Maker. Liverpool street ' < \ ' WANTED IMMEDIATELY. ONE or two pair of Sawyers, if man ¡ed a house provided rentifree, and the timber di awn wiMiin sight of a place where thece will be a number of menât work, consequently there will be no dance!' of the natives. 'A poly to . G. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

THU^ASiETTK OF THIS DAY CONTAINS., j - , . DC COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, m Hobarttbwu,Stpt.22, 1830., REQUIRED for the Public Service, the un- I dor mentioned articles. Watchmen's coats 10 ' Ruckf Is for well sinkers « Water tubs'with iron handles 2 Washing tubs G Mouse traps 12 - -âfic Anchor, 9 cwt. 1 '% Chain cable for do 1 ' ' l'atent binnacle lamps 3 lioat nail gimlets 36 ' Valent apparatus for ship's water closet! ' Ship's cooking apparat.«, complete .1/, . >o lanthorns'¿j #- ' * Double jack screws 1 pair Iron spoons soo Standing vices 6 < ' . i %f ^ Composition rudder braces to pattcrna.set If g Copper bolt for rudder I _? "*. Hoit ii on jj indi 2 cwt Do 4 ineh S do ' ' Do 7-8th inch 1 do ' Composition «pike nails 5 inch 112lbs . , DoO inch 2St do ... Ho 7 inch H2 do Htavv pit saws 10 ft long, complete 2 . ill «cmaker's bristles lOlba Tin plates 25(1 Cla« lOx 12 2 boxes lings laid 112IUS I l . . Shoema/icr'.* pincers 12 pair (¿ui!ls3o00. " t!A Tenders scaled and endor...

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FURTHER SUGGESTIONS On the approaching movement against THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

FURTHER SUGGESTIONS On the approaching movement against   THE BLACKS.   There was one material point which we omitted to touch upon in the course of our remarks on this subject last week. We mean that of dogs. It is well known that   the Blacks, since the Whites have introdu- ced dogs into the ¡sland, having found out the great assistance they afford them in hunt- ing the different animals in the bush; on   which they subsisit, have reared them in numbers, so that now, not only every tribe, but almost every individual of that tribe is attended by a crowd of them, and these     animals are now more numerous among them than themselves. Having in the first in- stance been obtained mostly from the stock keepers' huts, the original breed for the most part was derived either from the shepherds' or the kangaroo dogs. But they have been     allowed to increase in so careless and indis- criminate a man...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 10. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept., 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 10. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept., 1830.   THE Community being     relied upon to act en masse on the xx Oct. next, for the purpose of capturing those hostile Tribes of the Natives which are daily com- mitting renewed atrocities upon   the Settlers; the following outline, of the arrangements which the Lieutenant Governor has deter-   mined upon, is published, in order that every person may know the   principle on which he is required to act, and the part which he is to be individually in this important transaction.                     2. Active operations will at first be chiefly directed against the Tribes which occupy the country South of a line drawn from Water- loo Point East to Lake Echo, West, including the Hobart, Rich- mond, New Norfolk, Clyde,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

GOOD OPPORTUNITY. ' WANTED iuinieeliate ly a VUieelwriifnt anti Farrier, either ticket of leave or liée iii< ii. üooil hands'will"find constant empl<i\meut, and lie trea'ed willi on li eral terms Apply to lue printer. ' " ' , ' ' I « » i -_, ,,,. )_i_ WESJLEYAN, LIBRARY;.' , , ^rxrllî,') Ajj|iii ii Se iniou' will *». pi cached by( tde ' X Uc^eiend lohn liiilchjnsmi, in Melville ht. Ctupel"o¡i Símelas Kvini ¿next. Tlie',hci vice tu ciinuuéiiee.at 0 »Vleicie piecisejy. } ( * And lb« General Mieum; afilié; Member-, will lie liefet on 't'ucsd ty next at 7 o'cföek in tlie Le Liaiy «juin. ' * < T. J. C.toTJC,', Sea tary. Hobin t town, 2«tli Si pt. . . ( ftlUsKliTa. , rffX|iR tmder>igned lias just rceeive-el by the X »Mp Lanp, a few raven of vi iy superior Musket^, wliielt will tie sold ein reasonable terms. «Ë l. STOKELL. . AlaiLetDtpiaie, Sept 2*1, I«30 , , EuiJy application is reepie<teel. PEKSONS willing to emitiact to split and put up two...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 September 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1830 Arrived on Wednesday the 22nd instant,       the ship Lang, 360 tons, G. Sutherland,   commander, from London 16 May, with a   general cargo of goods. Passengers, the Reverend Mr. Drought, the Reverend Mr. Miller and lady, Mrs Gray and two children,   Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Lumley, Mr. Wickham,   Mr. Dance, Mr. Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs.   Turner, Mr. A. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. M'Vickar, Mr. and Mrs. Hodgkinson, Miss A. and Miss Mary Hodgkinson, Mr. James       Hodgkinson and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Ladgraves , Mr. Jolly, Mr Henry and Miss Dowling, Mr. Samuel Anderson, Mr. James Denham, Mr. James Gordon, Mr. Charles Hasty, Mr. Thomas Spencer, Mr.   Stephen Bell, Mr. George Chivers, Mr.   Benjamin Townsend.   Arrived on Wednesday the 22d inst. the   ship Mellish, 424 tons, Capt. Cowley, with 115 female prisoners, from Spi...

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INDECI[?]ION Our first Day in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

S^fV-ïW i,;l**>&Tw'<:. I«?! ? * tl^ßMDayinPurU. 14 Clime, quick, send the br< akfut aw*av,. ' TMittlf after twelve, I ileelaie! ' ^ Let's v»ttle the place tor the day, For really we've no lime to *p ne. *¡*r Wliat'nii-lit íltall we see to begin with ? *" " ~ -{.oui bless me 1 will mi one deride ? Well ! order flit carnage, mid in with 'lue Map aiíd the * 'traveller's Gnuie/ " «' I vote for the tour of tlie rouniains," " And I f r the stay Tuileries," " Pm mad for a ililli clown the mountains,'' *' And l-j-for whatever jon please." ** Then let's, take a peep a» the Lou vic " " Psha! wt've plenty of time t>> go tl.eie; Stop, and see1 the littaid-iioyal itmu>rtivre " « 1'ooh ! noii-eiue, we've- hu time to spaie." '. The Luxcmbnut s let II» agree on." " We pass'd it mi hour a¿o."v " .Suppose th>n «c sec die Pantheon ? 41 'i-wonld lake ns an ii»ui to go ; But xiiue we'te n this <n'e th water, The c-lacomlis It t us exploie." " CHi.'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

1 BRUNSWICK WINE AND SPIRIT STORIES. w. , -mm THE, lindel signed having opened the-new Sione House opposite to the Bntisl» Hotel, in Liverpool street beg to inf«>im ihe public of Van Diemen's land, that they havef i.n«ile(a choice se'cction of the following Wine«., Spni";, Coi d ¡als &.<.. &e. of the best quality,'and at'mu. derate prices, viz : ' WINES. . Superior old Port. < , Do. old pale Sherry. __ , Do. Madeha. , ' , ,' I)o. «Id Teneriffe. > * ". ä ' " . ' 'tí- -"* Cape Win». .*?''' : , . ,. , -,.". Claret. * - ' /< , , Champagne. ( , ' ' 'SPIRITS Fine old Jamaica Kum. I < , . ;? Cognac Bundy. ,: , Hollands., N Shrub., Od Ma't Whiskey. ' " '' Col' nidi gin, - * CORDIALS.; Tioyeau. ,' . t Cinnamon. Cloves. , . ' Peppeunint. -' ' German tinder for do. W lute wine vinegar. Fxetlient table do. Bolted P..iter and Ale.. . * '?" . . Brdwn Stout and Pal» Ale in hogsheads. Superior Ginget Beer. Colonial Leer. , t &amp...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1[?]30. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1830. Arrived on Sunday the 26th Sep. the brig George, Capt. Rattenbury, (formerly of the Waterloo), from London 27th March, the Mauritius 15th August, with 727 bags su- gar, 6 cases liqueurs, 1 do eau de Cologne, 1 do bandannas W. A. Bethune. 236 Bags sugar Dawes and Hewitt. 1 Case millinery W. Cook. 1 Box books J. Ross. 2 Do sundries J Gow.-Passengers W. A. Be- thune, esq. Mrs. Rattenbury and 2 children, Mr. W. Blaxland, Owen M'Donald. Arrived on Thursday the 30th ultimo, the bark Wave, 340 tons, J. H. Lister comman- der, from Sydney 19th Sept. with a general cargo of goods: Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Williams and 3 children, Mr. White, Mr.   Kayll, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Tulloch, Mr. Comp- ton, and Mrs. Williams's servant. The Orelia is loaded and is expected to   sail for Swan river to morrow, The Eagle schooner is also nearly loaded for the same   place.   The ship Czar, 400 tons, Capt Russell, is dai...

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From the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

From the Launceston Advertiser.         There has been a two days' auction of books, and conducted by our highly popular professor (of the   stectorean lungs) Mr Richard Waite, but such was our want of cash or taste that many works did not bring the value of the paper and binding, without the printing : for instance, good bound prayer- books, with copper plate frontispieces sold at 1s.   Johnson's pocket dictionary 6d and those few no- vels which were sold did not average one-half of the shop price of such articles in London.       A most horrible, outrage, as we were given to understand was committed at Claggan in the begin-   ning of last week. No less than seven calves were found with their throats cut, in the pen, about 6 o'clock in the morning, and one had its brains     dashed out over night. —Ibid.  

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To the EDITOR of the COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

To the EDITOR of the COURIER. SIR, —I beg leave to state, that I will with pleasure undertake to keep in repair the fire arms of those persons who are to be em- ployed in the district of Richmond, (gratis) in pursuit of the Aborigines, a requisition be- ing signed for that purpose by the Police Magistrate, or Lieut. Barrow. 63rd regiment, commanding the detachment attached to the Richmond district, or by any other, res- pectable individual in charge of a party     serving in the above district.   I would with pleasure join any of the roving parties, but I am tender footed, and subject to rheumatism.   I am, Sir, &c.   JAS. MARA, Blacksmith. Sorell, September 25, 1830. SIR,— In this neighbourhood (New town) every sabbath day my ears are assailed by the frequent discharge of guns around my   cottage, causing much alarm and endanger-     ing the safely of my family, and all p...

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LONDON, June 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

LONDON, June 6, 1830. The woollen cloth manufacture through- out England, especially at Leeds, was daily becoming more lively, and other branches   of local trade were improving. The fancy trade   however, was at a stand-still, owing to the     illness of His Majesty.   The suppression of the society of the "Friends of Ireland" has been immediately succeeded by another, called the " Anti Wellington Association."   The trials for libels in the King's Bench   were as numerous as ever. Two actions were brought against Mr. Westmacott of the Age newspaper for different libels, and seve   ral against Capt. Jebb of the Guards, for libellous letters sent to Sir Robert Hill, Col.   Leygon and others. The notorious Carlisle also brought an action against the Notting- ham Mercury for defamation. The practice of publicans adulterating   beer with various noxious ingr...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. SIR, —As you have thought proper in your report of the proceedings of the late Public Meeting to make me use language from which it must be inferred that I advo- cate the destruction of the native tribes of the island, I feel myself called upon to state, that you have neither given the words I em- ployed, nor expressed the sentiments I en- deavoured to convey.   So far from supporting the measure of destruction, the whole scope of my observa tions was to inculcate humanity and forbear ance towards them, and, to deprecate blood- shed as equally inhuman and uncalled for, but as you have made me express myself very differently, I have thought it requisite to take this public mode of correcting your mis-statements, I am,   Your obedient servant,   JAMES THOMSON. Sept. 28, 1830.  

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian and Aust[?]alasiatic Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

To the Editor of the Tasmanian and Aus- tralasiatic Review.           SIR,   Your report of the proceedings of the pub- lic and patriotic meeting of our townsmen   held last week in the Court of Requests room, renders it necessary for me to address   you on the subject. If the expressions you have dared to impute to me are read in other countries, what will they think of us ? What will they think of us in England. They will execrate the man who spoke and the meet ing which listened. Was there no generous spirit at hand to vindicate his country? none to cry shame upon the man who in cold blood could reason on the propriety of consign- ing to extermination a whole nation? Are Cortez and Pizarro resuscitated ? Is Van Diemen's land to rival Mexico in scenes of car- nage and unrelenting butchery ? Sir, you have much to answer for, you have slandered me, you have slandered your country,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

8,SÎ '.'.'. '.'. '.. "t,ÖR.SA]LE,i . ....,,. ., f toi yá'TjtlicYarmóf Mr',Pa'raii|iirè,heat' Ros'«jnf«w" ?".' ; J\. ';ybtiiíg¡HHmVhy nn 'liwporfed Saxon!Ra'iri* uj¿ J. bred from select ewes .of the lii¿he.t SUXJIÍ Merino , »'»'OSS. f F«>H SAÏ.R '"h.Y VíilVÁfii CONTRACT, 1-, rflH It CEpaifof wlUtiii'iiied W'orí in» lúiJIock«.. ». I' * >vp^ly fiV Vír.'Martín,' at tlié'íüar aiid'Oar-" ter,New Norfolk:..'> ..? ! ".-. >. ?""."'''"'. P'PR;SAI.R. GHOlrË CEDAR iii planît« and .boards of * din'.rent size's;'anil well'masoni'il . For particulars apply to ; '; .1.' UMJDt V, > '??-.?;?? '?"-. ? ?' Argylcslrcct.; '.',',;Ç0N.NCMSSÇURS OF WINE ARE respectfully informed :hat th$yim.?;1;,oh-, .,ta'n a> the Macqiiare f?o,r-I,'.ln»s'tisnpeiiin be ftfd ITOCK, (?tciiiberuerV. vintá«é íBO^In'qlfafiV' 'ttf! 'a'iid'piirs. of exquisite flavour, shippen ljiv'1'.''«" ím:r i*N'll>ii.«is.-»f f!olileiit?T ifi.addition to a stoaiVíjiifléx i .pVl çe|lent.;old PoKJ, Sfl^çi-UY.&c. tiv,y¿...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 October 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. ———           By His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of     the Island of Van Diemen's land, and its Dependencies.   A PROCLAMATION.   WHEREAS, by my proclamation bearing "- date the 1st day of November, 1828, re citing (amongst other things) that the Black or Aboriginal natives of this Island Had for a consi- derable time carried on a series of indiscriminate attacks upon the persons and property of His Ma     jesty's subjects, and that repeated inroads were daily made by such natives into the settled districts,   and that acts of hostility and barbarity were there   committed by them, as well as at the more dis- tant stock runs, and in some instances upon unoffending and defenceless women and children, and that it had become unavoidably necessary for the suppr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 October 1830

Iirv Crbs«. FOR S \ LE, > T the furm of Mr- P.i lannir-, near Ros«, a f-w 1 young Kains'*>'au imported. Saxon It.mt, .d from ¿elect ewe s of the hielte-'t Saxon Merino P«»R S4I.K BY PKIVAT" r'*NTRACT, THltt Ë pair of well trained M oí* ins Unllock«. ^ {inly io Mr. Martin; at die Star and Gai- ter, New Noi folk . ^ POtf SALE. CHOTEE CEPA H in plank« and hoards o dift' rent »jy.es, and welLseasniicd t For particulars appl/lo J.~lt<*D Y, ". v, > Artfvle.sirert. CONVOrSSF.UnS OF W|\E A HE res¡ecH'tilly' informed hat tliey nm» oh J\ tain «the Maeqtt.re Ho c1, urnst snpeiior old HOCK, (Bleifi|#enrer> village IHOi. in quarts ami pius, of exquisite flavour, siippid bv I". J. Nuki»» »f C'oh'entz, in addition to a stock «f ex- cellent old IMHT, S«£«KY,<&c. TENDERS for r.O toni of "imosi Bark, to he put on board the »hip Medway in a I I'e eem'er, will he received l>y die nnilci'signed. «lit» will make advances ou woul »hipped by «aid ve» teL . I J. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 October 1830

Gn\TI,Ejvrï.,VN MILITARY CAP-?. TI 11 jindei sjnju if lue» tji * d»v epenedai ca»e pf ni ii ttry (i.p«K^iit| wu»'f« < loth and ¡JUztd eapSJli-t l^iidcil Inini the O'IIJ-G otjre. J. WOOD. Liveipool street. Oct. 8, liVCrANTK» it lefcültu weekiy «rfti'y'ofthe FRESH BUTTER.* I) it ie-nülui weekiy m .. _ above artic,ic Applv to" «.sVtll 'i fi ,. " w. wAi£puR,N. i *>! vViingt .11 ¿stares,' Liverpool street., Oct. tUo-0- ' al - ex . - -r-w^-$-»J-^ MUsKeTi.v THC linders ¡cunt tuts jo t iccmed b« flic ship Lain;, aft w ca-e« tit vt i.v MI|II nor MUSK, t», windi will ne sultiouieusiiiaiile tti ins Cr. O. STOKELL M irket square.- Sept '23, m3 ) Kills antill itiuii iK icquestMl. Jual i...»....«.!!, .i,....i mr ''.uif! mid on-a c ut the Mule ot Hu* Uli icisig.itd, S3 Ho<;«lie.iil- n .e old Jamaica Kum, 10 to i.0 nvtr pin f, , A tew i p pesCape Wine, tx Ht'iiry. J. ». \V. -wAW LE. VWiaif, October p, 1830. ló'fci: SOLD. A pom) In ¡ck It use, cm t .nuns: nix rooms on the gr...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 October 1830

The Courier.     SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1830.   Arrived on Sunday the 3d inst. the brig Wellington, 224 tons, Wm. Robinson, com- mander, from Rio Janeiro 25th July, with a cargo of tobacco and wine. Passengers Sir. Burke, Lady and 4 children, Moses, Maria and Abraham Brown. The Wellington spoke the brig Lion, Cap-   tain Macleod, all well, on the 30th Septem   ber, about 60 miles to the south east of South West Cape, bound from this port to the Mauritius.   Sailed yesterday, the 8th instant, the Orelia, Captain Hudson, for Swan river     with 127 bags wheat, 236 do. and eighteen casks potatoes, 465 sacks flour, 102   bags oats, 151 do. barley, shipped by govern   ment, 25 casks brandy to order by Captain Bell, and a large quantity of biscuit, pota toes, and other colonial produce, butter, spirits, shipped by Mr. W. Lewis for Mr. Richard Lewis at Swan river,...

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