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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-Arrived in the river on Tuesday eve- ning last, the ship Hibernia, Capt Lennon, bringing 157 male prisoners ; the complement embarked having been 160, and three having died on the pasage.-The Hibernia sailed from Portsmouth on the 20th of November; and owing to a series of adverse winds in the Channel and again off this coast, her voyage has been unusually long.-Sur- geon Superintendant, Charles Carter, Esq. R. N.-Officer commanding the guard, Lieutenant Mee, of the 83d Regiment. Passengers, Rev. Mr. Hill, Assitant Chap- lain of New South Wales ; Mrs. Hill; Mr. Smith and family; James Nixon and William Killow, discharged soldiers from   the 73d Regiment, with the family of the latter, as settlers.-There were three births on board the Hibernia during the voyage- all boys, doing well.   The same day arrived the Mary, Captain Orman, from Calcutta, with a cargo for this port and Sydney.-Passengers, Ca...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

By the Mary we learn that the Lynx, respecting the safety of which vessel some apprehensions had been entertained, was at Calcutta, and that the may be expected here in a few weeks. The ship Frederick, which sailed for the Isle of France by the northern passage, was lost in the Straits. Some of the crew, we regret to say, perished;—the remainder     were taken on board the Wellington. The Lady Castlereagh, after landing the detachment of the 46th Regiment at Ma- dras, was blown put of the Roads in a tre- mendous gale, in which she received so much damage as to be found unworthy of repair, and she was accordingly condemned. The 46th Regiment was stationed at the Presidency of Fort George. We are happy to learn that the disturban- ces which had agitated Ceylon have subsid- ed, and that order and peace were restored. The war in India had terminated by a general pacification, which there is every reason to hope will be of long continuance.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

r TAP TAIN ORMAN,of the Ship Mary» here* ,V by gives Npticpof,hia leay|ng,ithîa For* 'or ¡Sydney on iho aoth Inftiny all 'Claims «gainft him sretherefore reqqefted to b« tiibtíy printed for Payment* . , ,f J ,l \ Ll \ MR. ftp tv A RD Loan intopuing tp ltave 'the Cûlony'iatheÇoùifp oTmei'praíehl Montr^reqüefts *ll Çiiirn i " sa¿#íin ff Hi m may be prefcnierfTuTWfW Per ion» indebted to him are de fired <td¡ borne for« ward and f-ttic their raipe&ive'DebU previous to hil Departure- ,.. , ) .'./; -'./, «; \/ÏR.HBNRY O'Batali iht*Bdir.ff. to^eiv« LV1 íheColonyin the'Shïp'Mtry, retjäeiU all Claims and Demands again ft him may bg prelented (at Mr. Birch's new H Ou fe, l*taly occupied by C«pt. BfoHj«, of the Brig Alert) >n or before the 17th loâanf, as ty^Mary y di pr>fi;ively f#il on.1he gotb }ri(fo nt. ,_ iVB R. JAMBB BALKANca being about, ia !?» ? proceadto Sydney, owing to unavoid- able C'ircurn.ftánceS| requefta that all Perfoht *ho Hand indebted tp him by Note...

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LIST O[?] BENEFACTORS AND ANNUAL SUBSCRIBERS TO THE AUXILIARY BRANCH[?] BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

LIST of BENEFACTORS AND ANNUAL SUBSCRIBERS to the AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY     of VAN DIEMEN's LAND             NAMES. BENEFACTIONS.       ANNUAL   Subscriptions ................ £ s. d. .. £ s. d. Lieut. Governor Sorell ... 5 5 0 ...1 1 0 Edward Abbott, Esq. ... 4 4 0 ...1 1 0 Major Bell. C. B. ... 2 2 0 ... 1 1 0 Rev. R. Knopwood ... 3 3 0 ... 1 1 0 A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq, ...4 4 0 ... 1 1 0 Lieutenant Cuthbertson ... 1 0 0 ... 1 0 0 Thomas Archer, Esq. ... 4 4 0 ... 1 0 0 H. F. Robinson, Esq. ... 1 1 0 ... 0 0 0 James Gordon, Esq. ... 3 3 0 ... 1 0 0 Mr. Surgeon Luttrell ... 1 0 0 . . . 1 0 0 T. A. Lascelles, Esq. ... 1 0 0 ... 1 0 0 G. W. Gunning, Esq. ... 1 0 0 ... 1 0 0 Edward Lord, Esq. ... 5 5 0 ... 1 1 0 Mr. G. W. Evans ... 1 0 0 ... 1 0 0 Ensign Thomas Lewis ... 1 0 0 ... 1 0 0 John Beaumont, Esq. ... 3 0 0 ... 1 0 0 William Blyth, Esq. ... 3 0 0 ... 1 0 0 Mr. Henry Thrupp ... 2 0 0 ... 1 0 0 A. Hamilton, Esq. ... 1 1 0 ... 0 0 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

His HONOR the LIBUTSNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 1ÖWÜ GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE PORTER^ figned with any Official Signature, ure to be confidered as Official Communications made to tiiofe Pcrfons lo whom they may relate« (By COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),_U.E. ROBINSON, btcretary*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

FIFTY POUNDS^ REWARD, POLICE Omet* HOBART TOWN« lath March, 1819» WHEREAS Information and Complaint hive bean made on Oath at 1hia Office, that Two Hundred Sheep, the Property of Edward Kimberly, William Kimberly, Daniel Stanfield, jan* and William Nicholl, june Were OB lhe Night of the 16th of February Uft felo ni ó u fly taken and driven away from their (irazing Ground it the Tin-diíh Holea, near York Piaini; and where» on theaforefaid In« formation William Morgan» Ute of Hobirt Tovf o, and John Oliver, late of the Blue Hills, Rand charged with committing »he (aid Fe- lony ; and the faid W. Morgan and J. Oliver having finco ned tod abfeonded, fthe formar from bia ufual Abode and Refideace, and «tho latter frnm a Confiable «rho had him in Charge .n a Magiftrite'e Warrant, thefe Ire therefore io aathorize and require all Coaftiblce and other Per for» 1 to apprehend the faid W. Mor gin and J, Oliver.-Anda Reward of Twenty* fire Pound? Sterling ii hereby offered for each| of the faid ...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 22d, l819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 22d, l819. PHILLIP PITT is appointed a Consta- ble for the District of Green-water Holes ; also a Pound-keeper for the same District. RICHARD LUCAS is appointed Con- stable for the District of Brown's Ri- ver; and Pound-keeper for said District. By Command of His Honor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

The following useful Recipe for conver- ting the fins, tail,&c. of the whale fish in- to glue (an article hitherto very dear in this Settlement) may be of service on the approaching whaling season :-» The first part of this operation consists of cutting the parts to be made use of into pieces of about fourteen pounds each : these are to be put into boiling water, and kept hot for twelve hours, to extract the grease, and other matter which would hinder the con version of the substance into glue. They are then to be/kept in cold water a confi derable time, taking care that the water is changed four times ; after which, to a ton of fishy substance, in a sort of bag, add 120 gallons of water, and boil them toge- ther twelve hours, when the bag is to be taken out, and with the remainder, thirty pounds of alum are to be mixed, while it is still in the copper. Having now stood twelve hours, it is to be drawn off into coolers, and laid out on nets to dry after the manner of common g...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

CAPTAIN TROTTER, of the Bengal Army,     hereby gives Notice of his Departure to Sydney on the Ship Mary, Captain Orman. C R R.W.LOA NE, Esq.proceeding to Sydney by   the earliest Opportunity, requests Claims may be presented for Payment. JUST imported, per the Ship Hibernia, from London, and now on Sale it Mr. BIRCH'S, Macquarie-street, a great and choice Variety of Men's Wearing Apparel, Cutlery of all Sorts, Hosiery, Cambrics, Ginghams, Hollands, Jamaica Rum, Porter, and various other articles too numerous for insertion.   TO be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Lewis,   on the Premifes at Black Brush, on Monday the 7th of June next, at 9, o'clock in the Afternoon precisely by Order of the Administrator thereto, that valuable and desirable Farm situate in the above District, called and known as Taylor's (1ft) Farm, consisting of 55 Acres of fine arable Land, 12 of which were in Cultivation last sea- son,-Upon this Farm there ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CAPE of GOOD HOPE -Extract of letter   just received in this country from the Cape:- "A sudden and unexpected calamity has   recently taken place among us in the death of Mr. Alexander, Colonial Secretary, a man much beloved and respected in the colony, both for his domeftic virtues and transcendent abilities. In the catalogue of misfortunes, I have now to narrate a series of them almost un- precedented in character, at so early a stage of our winter season at the Cape. There are a rapid succession of shipwrecks in this Bay within the last month, some of them, attended with most lamentable effects. It is probably     familiar to you that the winds in there climates are periodical, and the changes they undergo tend to influence the seasons; accordingly, the south-east wind prevails from October to April; and north-weft from May to Sep- tember inclusive; the former characterises the     dry...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Best Bread, per Loaf, 7d.; Houshold, 6d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M, A. Best Bread, per Loaf, 7d. ; Houshold, 6d. SHIP NEWS.—On Sunday last failed for Port Dalrymple, His Majesty's colonial     brig Prince Leopold, Mr.   Chase, Commander; having on board 49   male prisoners (which were transhipped the   day previous from the Hibernia tranfport) for that Settlement. On Wednesday the brig Jupiter, Capt. Ainsworth, came up the River from Pitt Water, with a cargo of wheat, the produce   of that district. To-morrow, or early in the ensuing week, will sail for Port Jackson, the ship Mary, Captain Orman.   Remain in the harbour, the ships Hibernia   and Mary; and the brigs Jupiter and       Sophia.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 May 1819

The continuance of favourable weather, and the seasonable rain of Thursday and yesterday, have considerably forwarded the sowing of wheat, the ground almost every where being in an excellent state   for feed. A better season has never been enjoyed by the farmer.   On Thursday we experienced the first       fall of snow this season on Table Mountain.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

H.stioKo», .he? L»OT»»T GOVE.,0. Las ihougn proper 'o^V^âï^^Ç^^^I^^^^,,¡. HOBART WWII GAZETTE, ana SOUTHERN REPORTER; fignedwilh any Ofcc.al Signature, are Io oeconpaMeuasynicjM^ Communications made to thofe Pcrfons to whom ihey may relate, (By COMMAND OK Hi» HoqoRJt HtE.*RoBiNiON,:Se(t«fdr&i

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

I SALES BY AUCTlONj BY MK.LIW1S, On the Premifea, *t the Baek River, near j New Norh Ik, on Monday the 14th of Juoe I next, st Two o'Clock in the Afternoon precifely, by Virtue of a Bill of Sale. THAT well-known and valuable! Farm in the above Settlement, called Coventry's Firm, confifting of 40 Acree of Land, ta ot which are in Cultivation.-Alie, a (mall Quantity of Wheat ñtká Potatoes/the Whole the Property of William Coventry,-A Dwell» ing>houfa and a capital Barn arc erected upon the Premifet, Q3r Prompt Payment in Sterling Moneys BY MR» LEWIS, On the Premifei at the Biaek Bruih, on Mon* dayttié,7th"-of June next, at 2 o'Clock io the Afternoon prWtfely; by Ordai of the the Admioiftrator thereto» "HAT valuable ind .UeTirftbte Farm fuu»t in the abare Diftrift, called and known as Taylor's} i ft) farm, confiding of 55 Acre« of fine arable Land$ iilof which were in Cul« ttvation laft feifon.-Upon thia Firm there is a fubftantul-biiilt weither-boarded Dwelling houfe erected, alfo ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

It will be in the recollection of some of our Readers that a very gallant action was fought in the year 1814 between the Hibernia mer- chant ship and the American privateer Comet, off the Island of Saha in the West Indies ; the former with only 6 guns, 17 men, and 5 boys, and the latter with 14 guns and 120 men.-As   this vessel, with the same Commander, is now in our Port, we give the following authentic and very interesting particular of that affair, so highly creditable to the Commander, and which called forth the warm applause and thanks,and the distinguished reward of a generous Coun- ty, invariably bestowed on her brave defenders.

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EXTRACTS FROM THE HIBERNIA's LOG. "Tuesday, 11th, January, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

EXTRACTS FROM THE HIBERNIA'S LOG. Tuesday, 11th January, 1814         «At a»>so'*. sr. Saba bearing N. N. E. 7, er obcegues, law two fchoonore ro the fouth ward (tending'to the northwards At i" 30' the hetfdrñóíl we perceived tobe a large fchooJ mer with top-gallant yirds acrofs, and in chace ofui; cleared for aâion, fimo time flood on eurcaarfé with all fail fet,the reboot«? coming) up very fa«. At $" 20* the icliooner getting al molt within gun-ihot, took in ftayiaile and geering fails, ringed in tho boomi, up courts, 'and traced up the boarding netting. At 5" co' all hands to quarters, being aa in number, ex« ¡ercifed the guns, and f pi iced the maio-brace. At 6 the frhooner (hortened fail, hut ftiil in choice; double (hotted the gum, loaded the mufquetry, and made every preparation to pre. vent being boarded. At 7" jo' the fchooner rounded too athwart our Item, and gave ui feveral broad-fides with conltant fire of muf- quetr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

The following very (Imple and new me- thod of making butter may be ferviceabl« to fome of our Readers in the Country.-» Put the ertirn intended for butter into a Arong linen cloth, tie it up light with a ftring, dig a hole in the esrth 15 inches deep, and let cha bottom of it be fumciently capacious ^o allow* the cream \o lie about four inches deep ill over it» Put another clotty around that whick contains the cream to keep the dirt from it» When depofited in ihe hole, cover it up willi the esrih, (bat not tread it down) and let it re« 'main 24 oí 26 hours; then take it out and 'pourfthe cresm, which will now be very ibickg linto a bowl or other veflc!, ann dir it well iron* ¡five to len minutes with a wooden (poon or ladle, when the butter will be completely formed, and may be taken out and wa (bed as ufuah The advantages of this mode ot mik« ing butter sre as follow, viz. ;--ift, The créant. yields a larger quantity of butter, or an addi« tion of abuut one pound in ten ; ano, Ia h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

                              AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY: IT being desired that the Benefactions   and Subscriptions be remitted by the   Treasurer of the Auxiliary Branch Bible Society of Van Diemen's Land to the Fund in Syd ney; it is requested that the Bene- factions be paid to the Treasurer, on or before Thursday next, by Two o'Clock. T. W. BIRCH, Treasurer: Hobart Town, May 29, 1819. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. - Mrs. ELIZABETH HOWARD, Widow of the late Mr. THOMAS HOWARD,       of Launceston; Port Dalrymple, deceased,     hereby gives Notice, that she intends forth- with to apply to the Honorable the JUDGE of the Supreme Court of Civil Judicature   of this Territory (through the Medium of THOMAS BELL, Esq. its Commissio...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 29th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.; Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday^May 29th, Î^IQ. FRIDAY NEXT, the 4th of June,bjDg the AnnirerraryofHisM*j«sTY'* BIRTH DAT, it will be obferved as a Holiday throughout the Settlement. At Sun-rife the Royal Standard will be hoift. ed at Mulgrave Battery.-At Twelve o'CIock ft Salute of 21 Gum will be fired ; and it the fame Hour the Detachmsnt «t Troop* will parade on the Barrack Hill, and fire a Feue dc\ Jfoiê in Honor of the Day. TheAaing Deputy Affiliant Commiffary General will caufe to be iffucd to eacli of the Non*eomraiffioned Officers end Private Soldiers, One Pound uiFrelh Meat, and Half-a-Piftt of Spirits, to drink His Majeily's Health. The Acting Deputy AffilUm CommilTarv General will aifo caufe to be iflued to the fever .I Superintendants, Overfeers, Conlbbles, and other, Feifoni in the aâual Employ of Govern- ment^ ne Pound of Freih Meat, end, H alf-» Pint of Spirits élclCbh the above Ocdafion . By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Gover...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Monday, May 24th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 May 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's' Office, Hobart Town, Monday, May 24th, l819. FOR the Purpose of placing Boats at Port Dalrymple under the same Regulations as those on the Derwent ; It is hereby ordered and directed, that Masters and Owners of all   Boats plying on the Tamar shall make a Re- turn thereof to the COMMANDANT of Port Dalrymple ; giving a correct Description of the Same, in Order to the Acting Naval Offi- cer's granting Licences to such at may be approved by the Commandant. And any Boat or Vessel found plying at George Town or Launceston, or on any Part of the River         Tamar, and Eske, without such Licence, and without having the Name of the Owner Written thereon, will be seized and confiscated, accord- ing to the Colonial Regulations on that Head. Any Boat in which Crown Prisoners shall be found to have been carried on board any Ship or Vessel, without a Pass from the Com-   &a...

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