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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 October 1830

EDUCATION, A new system of education has been brought forward in France with great success. If it said lo surpass all former plans of in struction. The conductor of the literary department of the Atlas newspaper has the following explanation of the system, and re marks on it : - " The foundation of the system seems to   be comprised in one simple motto-'Learn something: well, and refer every thing else to it.' Hence the modus operanai is gradual and sure. Each step is made firm before another be attempted, and thus, by master-   ing thoroughly each link as it arises, the chain of knowledge is at last gained. This is done by an obvious method, to which we have but one objection, that it relies too   much upon the memory of the pupil, which may in the result degenerate into the mecha nical. We do not assert that the judgment is not also employed actively : but it is so engaged exclusively through the agency of the memory, that its action will dep...

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

A VW* «aAÄBlT* HF THIS OA1 wONTA!**. GOVERNMENT ORDER, (No 12.) Colonial ¡Secretary's Oßiee, \ October 7, 1830. THE information »htcli has been afforded to the Government respecting the out- rages'of the Abnriuii.es throughout the Co . lunv, no1 having been hitherto so particular .mid compt« hen&ive as the important nature of »he subject rendel s necessary, Hi» Excer îeney The Lieutenant Governor has been pleaied to direct. Jhat ihe Police Magistrates will Uie iheir utmost exertions to obtain (he ;ttiO'«t ampie accounts which can he derived 1 from authentic sources, of all such outrages va may have taken place, within their respec- tive districts during the last five years, and, Mut they will foi we rd with the least possi- ble delay, a very minnie and particular re- port, not only of all persons who may have been murdered or wounded by Ihe ¿Abori- gines, but also of all houses which have been at tat ked or plundered by them. It is further highly desirable that the Magistrat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. NO. 202. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 14, 1830. With reference to the 8th paragraph of the Government Order, -No. 11, of the $5rt ultimo, as it is obviou« that the suc- cess of the present effort for the capture of the hostile Aborigines, must in a great mea- sure depend on keeping the countty in the neighbourhood of East Bay Neck, perfectly quiet and undisturbed, and free from every thing which might create alarm, or interrupt Ihe passage of the fugitive natives ; all per- sons arc particularly requested to abstain from frequenting the country or t'oasts arija cent to the north and south of the Isthmus ; and all such as may be unavoidably obliged to remain on their locatinns, in the situation referred to, are requested as.far as possible, to keep themselves within their homesteads, and to avoid collecting their cattle, lighting fires, hallooing, shouting or otherwise mak- ing a tioise m the bush, in order that nothing may...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

J c »» ur<.iii|> r n -iniiiiii\ nexr me It« Kr<duicu MillervwÜJ preacu feVîîv sfîfbèècfiWifSabballi," until laeejbéitírbtided/ «.* ^ » - - ??"?'? J«-a? ?'? ' '? f'. ?: r THR publie arc r«i<rte»,ihill\ informed, íftat tlie Friends «f the indqpepdt ut C oiiiicxion-have engigen* the litrge room at Mr. J. P Deanes 'ti Hiftirctlt' stieet, which will he opened for the ÏIII pirie of Divine \\orslup rn -Stnulav next the /tlñlist_the Rt« tlirr«* ort'ifi it shir a hime Minable paee^ipvb« Service t.i commence in the morning atti O Clock ,_ jjjj ? ^1( «, tr>* j , Afternoon, ata o cloekA 1, , % ,1 KVeimtg *atliaif'ya*it tfo'cWk. ' « r » , ^ , ' í \. if *<4 >_ » '* W/ftP{téb. it ' Withiti thW Afilen <of Hbtíart «own. A * Mtrudy Mana» Contend HoW-t r»ant. or a ,ÍT1L ftffidy «dddfe -aged .vVewoan weald an «?or refcrcnoe^iñqiireatlíiepfBte of^thi* paper. ' * * ^ ' * vVAtftÉlV. ^ "'" A* Working Overseer who,linderstandi faronnr ?*in ¿pli...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

\,._;:u.;C<)^JE;.P0iNT/FiiRR^^ .,'. ED WARI». MOORK be«» leave; rénpcclfiilly. ttîî . iiifoint lib* friends and tlie pubjic, tliat he; has obtained a, license and lias just oiieiird tlie old established eommodiou* Inrf at tlii« fer'y, called' the Cove Point . f^e^ry Hon8eji>.wjiiré...G'««tlcmêh aiul 'I>«vellèrs ¿eiieraily may Ce at all Uinea aisnr ed of the niost prompt attention to their w?uits.ai>dl ;the lifRt!aécomrnítTatioif;-'lite' bajTr^hns ,-ife com-: fortably furnished'wüh good feather heil» ice. ; and' ti; ¡M. has laid.{n from tpè last arrivals a good 'sup-? ply of win,ei{ Spirits, potter and otliir liquors, a* al ó Hcrefonlihire eidrr in expellent eondittqii. '>> , ' Having also'takcii flié'farui attaclied to the prç-( ,mbès, E.iivl'. isen'abled to aceorhmodHte settlers! ¡with paddocK»; and ¿very other cfinveniehce for «lieep or cattje,. as; well ¡ as, the .best' provender fop !Hoï'SCS.'' -'.- ''?;<'<','..' ;;.\".,_'. v-u\ " ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

Tf UST Landed, frojn tbe Lang, and on Sale at *f- ' the Store of the Undesigned, SB Hogshead* fine old Jahiaiea 'Ruin, 10 to . SO over proof) < ,A few i pipes. Cape Wine, ex Henry. ' . J. &W. ïrlAVkLE. Wharf, October 8, W30._' .JUST IMPORTED PER SHIP LANG, And for Sale atthe<Stores of the undersigned, FIFI Y HOGSHEADS of, TAYLOR'S DOUBLE HROWN STOUT. ! - HENUY BILTON. Rock-bonsc, Cah)pbi>ll-$.treet. ' ¡ft > -*-" Alto, Cogirao Brandy. English Oin« Port and /Sherry 'Wines, in hogsheads, quarter-cask« and -feoitlw; ^ ,,;- ¿ . r \ < ' , lV ° ,S. FRASER, , t BEGS to acquaint the public, (hat in addition to his extensive stock of «upcrfine black, Hine, green, olive «ml brown clotlis, ' he" is now landing from the fhtp Lang, tSaperfiue black and colomed cambroon ¡ frock coats «ilk lined , , ' Nap anrTBeugal si nped dressing gowns Anglesey cotóoted jacket» and'troWsm !s Gentlemen's bine, black and coloured dress i i and surtout coats. ' &am...

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(From the Journal de Maurite.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

(From the Journal de Maurite.) The average value of the slaves employed on the sugar plantations in the Isles of     France and Bourbon is from 3 to 400 pins- tres each (or about 60l. sterling) for those above 9 years of age, and about 200 piastres (or 30l) for those under that age. The ave-   age value of a day's work of one of these   slaves is about one shilling, which for 300 working days throughout the year amounts to about 15l. sterling. The black mecha-     nics however when they are good and steady   workmen, are worth from 1600 to 2000 piastres each, or from 250l. to 300l. each.....   There are now in the isle of Bourbon no less than 112 mills for bruising the sugar cane, of which 28 are water mills, 4 wind- mills, 59 driven by cattle, and 21 steam en- gine mills, besides which there are 19 flour mills. The live stock in the isle of Bourbon con-   &nb...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, l830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 October 1830

                  The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1830. Sailed yesterday the 13th inst. the brig Wellington, Capt. Robinson, for Sydney,   with part of her import cargo from Rio       Janeiro. A vessel was coming up the River when our Paper went to press.   The Lang, it is understood, after her voyage to Sydney, returning to Hobart, town, to load for London direct.     The bark Nimrod, Capt. Harvie, had come up the Tamar from George town, and anchored at the bar Launceston.   In the Tamar,-the Nimrod, Queen Char lotte, and ^rijrac^~£e»<>hilietion and Henry. The arrival of the Persian with prisoners, and of the Resource, with goods from Lon- don, is looked for daily. The harbour will suffer a considerable di minution in its shipping to-morrow...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1830

Arrived this day, the 18th instant, the ship Royal George, R. Embleton, esq. comman- ded from Portsmouth, 27th June, with 211 male prisoners. 4 having died on the voyage. The guard consists of 1 serjeant and 33 rank and file of the 17th. and 63rd. regi- ments, under the command of Colonel Lo- gan of the 63d. regiment. Passengers, Mrs. Logan and servant, 5 women and 10 children of the military. By this conveyance we have the melan- choly tidings of the death of His Majesty King George the Fourth, who died on Satur- day the 26th June. We make the follow- ing extract from the Atlas of the 27 th. of June :-   DEATH OF THE KING. This melancholy event was announced to the public at an early hour this morning in the following letter, addressed to the Lord Mayor, and exhibited at the Mansion House.     Whitehall, 26th June, 1830     MY LORD. —It is my painful duty to inform your lordship that it has pleased Al- mighty God to r...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. .NO. 203. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct.18, 1830. THE Attention of the Colony being at present so much alive to every circumstance connected with the Aboriginal Natives, the LIEU TENANT GOVERNOR has directed the following narative to be made public, which His Excellency feels satisfied will be received with much interest. By His Excellences Command, J. BURNETT. Mr. Bisdees Farm, White Hills, Oct. 16, 1830. On the afternoon of Friday, the 15th inst. about ½ past 4 o'clock, as Thomas Savage, an Overseer in the service of Mr. BISDEE, of the White Hills, was at work splitting timber with another man, he heard a noise which attracted his atten- tion, and he proceeded in the di- rection from whence it came, sup- posing the Lieutenant Governor, whose arrival was expected, was approaching, and who, in fact, did arrive just about that time,-from that moment Savage's companion saw no more of him. On Saturday morning, Savage had not returned. Mr. Edward Bisdee thought it ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

. ' ' vvAwrt-D, , AFrec'orTlckct of t Leave Man; one'wbo lin dcrstauds .farming, und looking utter cows. Any nun as' above tliatcan'be depended on will receive a libeial italaiy. For liirtuer uaitinilars a -ply at the Ut,ick Snake farm, or the .OUI M Iii le Hart inn, Soirdl Springs. . )V. PltEiNELL. 7/,.,, . , SHOES., ¡ Commissariat Office. v ! f T ífí»bartfo,wri;Óer.'Í5,1830. REQUIRED for the public seivicc, Five hundred paiis ¿<f M en's Shoes. Tendéis sealrd .and endorsed, " lenders for Shoes," wi 1 be received at titi« Office until noon of Tuesday the ¿bill inst. ' j Samples, to be sent tu the Oidnance Stoie-j kctper. N. B.-Tenders will be received for 1500 pairs of Mens' Shoes, in addition to the above, making together 2000 pairs. The whole will be lequired immeniately, and any further informal ion may be had on application at the Commissariat Office. A. MUODUK, A.C.C. JAMES GOW, Ho-ier and Glovei, Elizabeth strtct. RESPECTFULLY 6eg« to intimate to the public, that he...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

SNUFFS. I ON Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, an   assortment of Snuff in 1lb canisters, viz   Princess's de Liebon, Princes' Mixture, Plain Rap- pee and Irish. BENJAMIN GUY.       Oct. 14, 1830. WANTED.   Within three miles of Hobart town. A Steady Man as Cook and House-servant, or a   steady middle aged Woman would an- swer.   For reference inqure at the office of this paper. "WANtED."       A Working Overseer who understands farming in general and the management of live stock. None need apply who cannot be well recommend- ed from then last employer. Application to be made to the Printer or to Mr. Ashburner, at Sillwood on the Meander. WANTED, A Young Man as CLERK. Apply to JOHN MUIR. Liverpool street, Oct. 15, 183o. WANTED,     ONE thousand two-year old EWES and LAMBS fine in their fleeces, and clean. Tender...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

HOUSE OF LORDS. SATURDAY June 26. - -At a quarter to 12 the Lord Chancellor, who had been attend- ing a Cabinet Council, entered the House. Strangers were then excluded. Prayers having been offered up by the Junior Bishop in attendance, the oaths of allegance to King William the Fourth, were, administered to the Lord Chancellor, and to the judges of the Courts. The peers who were in the House likewise took the oaths of allegiance. Their lordships, then adjourned to three.   The Lord Chancellor, it was understood, immediately proceeded to a Privy Council, at which the proclamation for his Majesty William the Fourth will be agreed upon. The Earl of Shaflesbury will be sworn in Deputy Speaker of Hie House of Lords at will, and those peers who present themselves will have the oaths of allegiance adminis- tered.   HOUSE OF COMMONS. SATURDAY.-The members began to as semble at twelve, and after the Speaker had taken the oaths of allegiance, &c. the same oa...

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COLONIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

COLONIAL POLICY. ' "We have long been of opinion that, by laying before the House of Commons, an nually, a detailed statement of the financial condition of our colonies; the colonial minis- ter would be able to remove from the go- vernment at home much of the obloquy which has been thrown upon the administra- tion of our foreign dependencies; in a great measure, we are inclined to apprehend, from gross ignorance of the real state of affairs ; and from the notion that the same practices are carried on, in the bestowing of colonial patronage and pinions, which prevailed at a period when a more profuse system, in car rying on public affairs, was universally ad- mitted, and pervaded all departments. The days, however, of mystification about laying such accounts before parliament are now gone by ; and such a material change has taken place in the public feeling in this re- spect, that no advantage whatever could be derived to the government from any attempt at concealment with respect to...

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ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

ALGIERS. PARIS. June 23. The strangest expecta   tions are entertained by government that ere the close of this day the telegraph will an- nounce the capture or Algiers. Already are preparations made to give   eclat to the publication of this news, and of the receipt of which you will be made ac quainted by telegraph nearly as soon as the Parisians. The great auxiliary object of the Ministry will have thus been attained but within these, few days their confidence of having a majority in the now Chamber has been exceedingly weakened- so much so, that their ulterior measures after the proro- gation, which will take place immediately, after a hostile vote of the Chamber shall have been passed, are already the subject, of speculation. Of a country proud of itss military reputa tion, France presents a curious spectacle at present. An expedition to attain an object absolutely entertained by Napoleon -one which may give more brilliancy to the mili tary fame of Fra...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1830. Arrived on Tuesday the 19th instant the ship Southworth, 350 tons, John Combs, esq. commander, from the Downs 30th June with 159 male prisoners, one having died on the passage. The guard consists of   1 serjeant, 1 corporal and 23 rank and file of the 17th regiment, under the command of Lieutenant Darby. Surgeon and Superin- tendent Dr. Alexander Stewart, R. N. The Southworth spoke the brig Resource, wilh merchandize for this place, all well on the 30th of August in 30 degrees south lati- tude. 23½- west longitude. By this vessel we learn Mr. Walkinsliaw comes passenger with a large cargo of goods intended for the Launceston market. Also Mr. Murdoch, our Land Commissioner and lady. The Persian, Plunkett, with prisoners for this place, left the Downs on the same day as the Southworth.   Arrived on Thursday the 21st instant, the brig Elizabeth, 223 tons, Capt. Swan, R. N. from Launceston 17th Oct. with a cargo of wheat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 October 1830

IHR «AZETTB OF THIS PAÏ CONTAINS. | - t (1 OVERNMEKT NOTICE, [No. 206 ] Colo- j X nial Secretary's Office, Oct. 21.1830.- "j Thomas Gardiner, Ila, Hibernia, has been de prived of his Ticket of Leave, for drunkenness.. By His Excellency's Command, ' ' v J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 205-Coloninl Secretary's Office, Oct. 21, I83«>. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to «ppiove of the appointment of John Peik'nrs| JO Hadlow, to act as Constable at W oalmcrsr th_%# sidenceof Thomas Ai cher, esq. J. P^, police dis ti ict of Norfolk plains. **' By His Excellence* command J. BWftVFTT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 204), Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct 21, 1830     Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- der mentioned persons :-     John Buchanan, 827, Lady East. James Burnell, 821, do. John Sherborne, do William Bolton, 801, do.   James Strong, 666, do. Thomas Hatchell, Albion. Samuel Oxford, Princess Ch...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 October 1830

TKR i^AKl^ri^-TJHijJ IU> C0NTAW«C.1 rs ('1 OVERNME'NT NOTICE, (No. 80?V Colonial T Sr-eretsry's Office, Oct. 88, 1830. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- der mentioned persons ;?? Abraham Alexander 197, Chapman William Cooper,SGo,"LndyKidley ?'¦:"¦' William Taylor, 269, Phrenii (2) James Lilley, 333, Lady Eas! *': James Harrison, 640, ditto L '¦¦;'¦ v :j;^? By His Excellency's comnntiVii, % ?'-?¦"'' J. Burnett. Gt OVBUNSTENT NOTICE, Mil. 908-CuJonul T Secretary's Office, Grit. 28, l8Sl>. the L'Tiitciiint Governor has been pleascdjito approve of the dismissal of Samuel Hutchinson, (Mannus i), 107?, at Con- stable, for drunkenness. ; .« i By His Excellency's command, ^ J. BURNETT, CGovernment notice, [No. »<)9.i Cou H' nial Secretary's ,0%e, Oct. 38, 1830.? The Lieutenant Governor bas been pleased to grant the undermentioned indn'gerice i~. TICKET OF LRAVF., : ? , To William Watts. Medway (I) ,, By (li* ExoeUenov's Command, J, BURNETT. / SUPREME COUR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 October 1830

JAMES GOW,   . -Hosier and Glover, Elizabeth street. ¦ TTVESPEOTFULLY begs to intimate to the XV- public, that he has opened two cases of la- dies' and gentlemen's most fashionable black, white and coloured silk stockings, together with a large assortment of ladies' and- gentlemen's black, white and coloured kid Bnd silk -gloves, rreei from spots; also, two cases of gentlemen's, superior' London ¦waterproof liars, all of, which will be sold at hi. usual low price*. ' pct. 21*1830. ' ??'?" ?/? ?¦:--,;,:'i-- ' RICHMOND HOUSEiw u n;s: LiverpooUstreet, <i ;,!;r ? ;???¦' -rt? "i\lf PAINE; hasvjust opened a, choice assort ifjLWn,e,,t,iJf Children'* Flereniuie Dresses, Frock llodies, Cambric ariel Lace Caps, Tuscan Bonnets, 'Bonnet -and1 Waist Ribbons, Braids, Bombazines, s> Crapes and Crape Trimming, -Cam- lets, Mourning> Collars,' Gentlemen's .fashionable Handkerchiefs, with a variety bf other Goods at reduced prices. . . WANTED A Working Overseer who unders...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 October 1830

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. House of Commons, Friday June 11 -- 0n our return to the gallery the Chairman was reading the vote submitted -- namely, that a sum of 120,000l. be granted to his Majesty for the civil establishment of the colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's land, and for the expenses of convicts in these set- tlements.   Mr. H ii mc said I hat if Consular charges were of importance, those .pf: the. colonies were much mote so, a,njl; especially those of: New South Wales, for which they were now called on to vote 120,0001., although; if the local revenue were .proparly managed, it would be stiflScient to pay every expense. The.House was'not aware of the annual a tnount collected in Uie»e colonies. The last account was that of 1^25;"arid.from that it appeared'that, in 1825, lhere had been re- ceived 6*3,0001. and the .expenditure caine to 77,00»l. From that period the increase, both in the revenue and expenditure, -bad gone on until the latter, in...

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