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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 November 1830

Willam the Fourth by th<* Grace of Gmt, nf. Um- Uiti'eil Kingdom of Great Rriiyin and - Ireland King tleleuder of the faith, 3-0. In the Ailiiiiut»il»li<iri of VVilliai«,Fn«itir; l*te of Bothwell In Van DiunenV Lund huildcrf to tin- nevi of kin of the mid William Lamil*, and all Cliiiltian paoplo. ' ' ? GREKllNG, ' ' ':'" YOU are herchi cited and wirnrd to tie.and an lii-ar in oiir Supreme Court of-Van Diemen'* Lind ni t>>e Cou't HotHe H«l»*ri'Town, .n Monday the sixth day of D oftnl»er next, ai ten ol'ihe rlnck ii the forenoon,, awl,timi you and.each of von then Hint there lake upon von or one of .voil, ur for ever renounce the Administration of the G<md* and ClHtieU, rig'tt* creillU mid etf<-otn nf the ku id Wil- liam Loutit- dec-m.el, imest'ile n* hali been re|>re aimed lo int. Wiine** Hie Hun. John Lew cs Ped 'der inquire' mir Ch'Vf Jusiio- ff the Supreme Court ut Van Diemen'* Laud, al Hobart Town, the I'inhteenih day nf Novem...

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"GOD SAVE THE KING." FOR HIS MAJESTY WILLIAM THE FOURTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

GOD SAVE THE KfKG" at FOR '.....- .. u HIS MAJlttTV WILLIAM THE .FOURTH. God save, om-noble King, Wiljairi tlie Fourth we sing, j Gbd'AnvV'tlrc'-kingf ' - {?end him .victorious, ... J Tappy (md glorious, Long lo reign qyei us, God save thu King.. ,=¦-'._;-; -.!.-¦ O Lord bur God, arise, Guard him frbiii enemies, ' ' - Or make them fall; May'peace, with plenty erown'd. Throughout his realms abduiid; ' So be his linnie reno«u'd,' '¦¦'?¦ tiod'tave us'all. Or should some foreign band parc to this favuiir'd land ¦., Discord tn bring; May bur brave William's name, Proud in the lists of fame, : ¦: Bri ugthera to scorn arid, shaine? ' God save the King. "'¦"',' Thy choicest gifts in-store ' ?. . On William deign to pomy Joy round him fling ; "¦; .!¦ Maybe defendoutlKws, -?'? .And ever given* cause To sing; with heart and voice, God save the King. ... ,'. ¦.':': '?'" " ¦-?Oi»0?? Macquarie District; Nov. I8.~0n Friday last tint b'tacks robbed Mr.. Shar- land1*, farm at the Clyde, btjt fortuna...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

THE i(A^T^JLp^>!riilfl DAY CONTAlNiJ. GOVERNMENT NO^^^^^ nia| Secretary's pffio>ev.Nov..20,,l830.?'i.T.v t The ^orig absence oftlie Lientenant Goveraof ' Irqin Hobart town, havjingjprevented many per- sons fronii liavingr'RccessitbiHis Excellency, on bil ?ineg^'which it.may be inconvenient for tliem to delay,- His Excellency'* will hold a Levee at Go- vernment House, on Thursday next the 2d Dec. at 42 o'clock. --..'. , By command of The Lieutenant Governor, _^^_. . _ J. BtjrtNKTT. g~i oyElitfMENt NOTICE, No. 219, Colonial \T* SeSrotaiy'sOffice, Nov. 25,18S0. A Certificate of freedom has been granted to the un- dermentioned person;-?¦ . ' A?,-: John Gram, Lady East.' * By His Excellency's command, ; <:v ;j. BURNETT. SjripVERNMENt .NOTICE. No 2l8-Colonial T^Jf*',, Secretary's Orfioe, Nov. 26, 1830. l; The Lieutenant Governor, lins been pleased to 'approve of the dismissal of Charles Stewart, as Couitable, for improper conduct, - By His Eioellenov'? Command, v,.-.:,' ,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

ST. ANDREW'S DINNER IN consequence of the absence from town of the parties employed in pursuit of the Natives, the Si. Andrew's Dinner ytW jiot take place on the 30th, as advertised in the front page. November&>i l83o.'".'.' ' ?THE DERWENT BANK. THC Annual General Meeting of the Shard holders of this Institution, wi I beholden a the Hanking Ht>u«c. in Davey si net, on Wednes day the 1st. December next, for thc pm pose of electing Directors for the ensuing year. . W. H. HAMILTON, Managing Director. Hobart town, Nov. 2o, 1830. . W. WATCHORN. HAS just received China t>-a and breakfast set«. (Witina dessert sets, Cliiua ornaments Also spare China for making up sets which havo been broken, cmis'i-ring of China codee cups hy the dozen Do. tea pots"' ;. Do. mille po.ts; sugar basnn and plates Small sets of batchelor'* China, With evey description of pink, lilac, and blue fancy earthenware and glass, i&fi.. , H W. WATCHORN AS just received thread lace, elegant l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

.-Court MouR^irjo^iJiord Chanibtr Iain's iiffiee,^ ^ne; 2<Krr^riders ipr thc Court's, going - into mourning to-morrow, Sunday, the 27th inst., for our late.rhost . Gracious Sovereign King Geot ge the Fourth of .blessed memory, viz. ^ .U <*¦'«? The ladies to wear black bombasiris,.plfciit muslin or long lawn - linen,'.<rape hoods, chamois shoes and gloves, and 'crape Ians. ' The gentlemen to wear Ijiack^cloth, Rub- out buttons on the sleeves and pockets, plain muslin or long lawn cravats;and weep- ers, chamois shoes and glovesv ,c|age ? Jialj bands, anti black swords and buCkatjf^ ;* A Genera) Order (rom the Horse Guards*1 and from the Admiralty Office snakes the exceptions usual on such occasions in the cases of Officers of the Army and Navy. Monday morning the QSth June being ap- pointed for the ceremony of proclaiming his Majesty, King William IV., at an early hour every street leading to'. St. James's Palace was crowded to excess, and-the neighbou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

.COMMISSiililATitSXXPPlIilES. rf*. ;?'..; 'v:'.«';('i'/i ,..t>'i.' ¦!?"¦ -;.. .':;.1;>f:.;'!'<"¦¦!/< 'jjft TENDERS for thc.Undermentioned.Con- of] tracts,, to be entered into for 'Twelve ne| Months, commencing" 25th December 1830, JJ" and 'terminating 24th. December 1831, ¦ will ,?, be received until 12! o'clock ofThbrsdvtyth* 2nd; of December next.-? HOBART-TOWN. i BREAD .. ,&. FRESH MEAT. His Majesty's Troops, Ships |of War and Tran* Sports, Colonial Hospital, ... Female House ol' Correc i!;t»>n» -.j../; !?:?"¦- ci King's Orphan Schools, Gaol. ; ,: .;.: ,..',. FRESH MEAT. Prisoners' Barracks. . ?; jj Prisoners out of Bar- racks, and all other "per- sons who are, and .who may be, entitled to Rati- ons from the Cominissari-j at Stores, and whiclt Rati- ons are in future io he is-; sued in' detail at the Pre- mises .bf the Cpntractor. VEGETABLES. Gaol; .'.'¦"¦¦': Colonial Hospital,' Female House-.of Correc- tion,- : -:' -?" ?'-'; ' Ship3; of 'W'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

, , . , WANTED-,"" .'¦' ., '" Vr " 1 -'jkfW Overse'cr,' who perfectly Wn'dcrstnnds farm ~J\ tog lriTntt:rits brandies; and to snperinterid a Urge establishment. Apply BUlie office of4liis paper. '., .;-..?? , . ¦,'¦- .'. : : > - ? -. ¦!_,:! ? ESTATE WANTED.';,\.'. ^ANTED toonrchase a pood Farm of frpm . ? .' '8otj;to 1Q00 acres, having the advantage* of water carriage,;'and within. 10 or 15 milesiot" Ho: bart tdw,n. ¦;,;-::::;. ¦ .!!.-.??¦/¦'.- ,:?;¦..-¦ Letters addressed.to S. G with full particulars. to be left at; ilie office of this Paper. ; ' ¦ /, Wj - ;>pectatde family, a young .lady.accustomed totnitiom Letters-addies-ed. 4. B. to , bc .left .at iki'coniie^'pinimg^d^ee, Liverpool street; will he'immediately attended to. ' ¦? = ".¦¦-.. ? ? ¦ ?' ¦-¦¦ ¦< ¦' ¦¦ ' ? ¦¦ ? ¦ ' i&KTEPMoPnr.diasc,or rent fpr.thejseaspn, e ad* Jrjr ,v;1040,20 Fnrc Saxon^ani?.,;.A,fin oiressea to the iitider»ig.h.ed,~wijhTifao particulars of ice- andr priced Wll'meet with'ear'lv...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER [?]7, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 November 1830

Cije Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER j7," ItiSO. Arrived on Wednesday the 94th inst, the ?hip Lung, 350, George Sutherland, esq. commander, from Sydney, 13th inst..willi a general cargo. Passengers?Mr*. Suther- land, Mrs. Nettleton arid child. Mr. Toosey, Messrs. R. Blight; Benjamin Williams and Henry Goodman. . Cargo of the Lang, 111 Packages cheese, bacon, orauges, plants, bagging, looking glasses, furniture and 1 horse Charles .M'Lachlan. 6* casks butter A. Crombie. : 97 do beef W. M. Orr. 8 do pipe clay, &c. Capt. Muddle. 3 do cheese James Murdoch. .26 pieces cedar W.. Wilson, if do do J. Binner. 4 bags pepper, SO kegs butter. A. Rankin. 2 horses, 179 pieces cedar, 29 cedar boards, 2 casks beef, 3 packages cheese, 2 casks gin, 3 do wine, and 1 case lamps to Order. Sailed oil Saturday last tba 20th inti, for England via Mauritius,' the ship Royal George, as mentioned in our last,..... Sailed on Sunday the 21st inst, the brig Venus, Capt. Samuel Harvey, with the re- mainder of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 December 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER, (No. 14) 4 ; Colonial Secretary is Office, 1st. December,' iSSO.j THE melancholy intelligence re-J ceived by the Shi j.) Royall George, that it hath pleased Al-j mighty God to call to his Mercy! Our late Most Gracious Sovereign,! King GEORGE the FOURTH,] jf blessed and Glorious Memory,* laving been fully confirmed by the? Official Notification which Thej Lieutenant Governor has received from New South Wale9, His Ex- cellency does hereby order and di- rect? ........ .- .-¦"?" 1.?That, Sixty-eight Minute Guns be fireil from Mulgrave' Battery.To-morrow at Sun-rise. 2.?That the Royal Standard, and Union be hoisted Half-mast! high from Sun-rise to Sun-set daily j rom this day until Monday nexti at Noon. | 3.?That the Colours on board* rf the Ships in the Harbour be in] ike manner displayed. .4.?That the Bells of St. David's! Church be tolled for One Hour at! ten-rise, and One Hour at Sun-set! lailyfrom this day till Monday next.! 5.?That as a further humble! Tribute to ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 December 1830

t Goutier. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4, IMO. Arrived on Sunday the 27lh Not; the bark Ceylon, 253 tims, J. Davidson, Com- mander, from Sydney 18th Nov. with a ge- neral cargo. .Passengers, Capt. De Lancey, Lieut. Fawkes, Lieut. Lockyer, 57th regt., Mr. Hynd, Messrs. Wiltshire; Wright, Dean; J. Leach: and P. Myers. - ? ;' Cargo (if the Ceylon." p6 Tierces' .bottled beer anti 1 case wine Dawes & Hewitt., 8 horses, 1 mare/807 planks cedar, >6'0 boxes11 colonial soap, 50 baskets tobacco, 1 f bale batee; 1: keg* siiufff 12 bass riiaize/2 casks^c^fand ,12 ash oars X Boyes!, ; 82 cases g^nss/23.bale* bagging and 5 casks powder'.Chas. M'Lachlan and Australiau Company. ' 3-horses, 4 cows, l calf, 9 packages agricultural tools) 6' do a, phaeton, 6 do furnituWafid^'cWes specie Capt* Davidson; ¦ 100 coils' cordage and 4 package* sundries R.WiltshW, passenger.1 ^Sbfo'kins Dut^ ing, glass, carpeting ai>d,. rj|gp-t, Yt., Wilson. 75"lt packet* sulphur, camphor, slops, wool- lens,, brooms, br...

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 December 1830

,» Wool. : .'fefc*hjj?t':fr6m;Sif Jofm' ja]m7eson*s^A|rii Cult«ralv^3di:ess.fbjr 1,^0^:-?.. '?^.;/.V<'ff,;| ?^Through a richer gtowtliand, more sqpi cnlent state of'our grasses last year, anti iiiore es|»eclally sinte the autumnal-;rains,1 a few more aged sheep cl jed "rotten. V Still out Alicks ".".are: ?rapidly..ou,lhe; increase, and "io fact,'*' tosneh numbers willi some proprietors that it becomes difficult to obtajn requisite shepherd^, for 'jheir.care;, anti, for; tiriiely washing and shearing in the proper season. The Australian;;flecx:e, since the general/use of the Saxon 'male stock, 'is yearly improving Pl in value and estimation with the,British, fll«j4,J thiers. .,.' Arid' though tlie jow price of .the finest wools for years.past has not been re- munerative, yet it lias operated to discour- age the Saxon, German, and Spanish grow- ers of fine wool.in a greater degree than it has the Australian growers ; as the foreign- ers artificially' rear their flocks at an...

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

7:u» thc. 'iJ-irtSbW'l&vl^ 'Jr'' 'ffiMfowOTMy ,lifve^8fWeri,,tWifi.H ?.v ye9non»iliiirt^-of tttli'ii^dferkilfniilV "o^ 'rliiy^ cUuiisl lubt^niajr'a'riise''.Wrweeii tliis',dBte^ndy4Stli.'Pec.f pfexiino; at'e riqiieste'd to pre&ent'iliesim'e'tiiij adu iimtnient ;it this office, A" br,before ilt^iniil Ht|i. bUcvrnWr-'-¦vi !T¦'¦"¦%.?..;. -,; -j'.;-"; GBGs^UfiLj-DACO:''"*' Commissariat Office, Launceston, Nov. 22,1830. ''./-? l!;,rt ?¦C^niWaVlht(rfWce>r r*rt EQlJIREtoiftfridie-pirbric tervrce; the under* JElj motioned 4»ru6,eR,*r-"'J,< . .* , '}l ? v - B^JSTS*!?*' '*.? ' Dc^a'Je^c'lin'ttonr*f(i,gtblt' * ".J''Jr ::i'l>f.. i< ¦.'.' .iJ.::.t^'jo;>:{rtjt. ??f.^*l'jl.;'?"f{i li> ;^.i<fc;!*-,»3rii«' M: ,!if> :H'i'f'f»i UOlv Women's tliimbles-1*44v:* ?; !-t ;.;TBMo^iiiie>jll.e8>ai®Crt>^ ) , , Slais-14-lS 4 boxes.?'..,;, '''"¦¦ ?vVfiale-'Oil'^'tuns.!:':' ' ' <,:iV;-PaVlAtf.'b"c1««tf,«r''!.',1i-' i'-.' ' Wite ftfr...

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MURDER OF CAPTAIN LOGAN, By the Blacks at Moreton buy. (From the Sydney Gazette, Nov. 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 December 1830

MURDER OF CAPTAIN LOGAN, By the Blacks at Moreton bay.     (From the Sydney Gazette, Nov. 16.)     It is our heart rending task to record one   of the most barbarous murders ever perpe- trated by the Aborigines of this Colony. Captain Logan, of the 57th regiment,   Commandant of Moreton Bay, had for some time been diligently employed in surveying that part of the territory, and executing a chart for the public service. His labours having been nearly completed he left the set- tlement on the 18th ultimo to make his final survey - and which, alas! proved to be final in the most awful sense of the word, He was accompanied by a boat's crew and one private servant. On the morning of the fatal   day, when they had reached about fifteen   miles beyond the Lime kilns, situated about seventy from the coast, a group of natives made their appearance, and manifested a very unfriendly feeling ...

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

NEW CHURCH JERICHO. PROPOSALS Tor erecting this building Will tie received by the Reverend R. C. Drought; Chaplain of that district, or by John Lee Archer, Esq. Engineer's Office, Hobart town, where plans and specifications of tlie intended work may be seen. No tenders will be received after the 18th of December, next. There is a Quarry on the spot; Lime and Sand are also to be had at short distances. : Hobart town, Nov. 30, 1830. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. OSBPHREICHENBBRGhegs leave to inform v the ladies'& gentlemen of Hobiuftown, that on thc termination of his present engagement* »s IVIH: iic'.Master at Ellenthorpc Hall at! thc., end of the year, he proposes to 'rciurn', to his. former residen ce in Hobart towri, "?wlicre he will c'ontinnetd wive Musical Instruction on the Piano Forte, Flute, Violin, &c; either at hi? house or »t thc residence of Bitch Ladies, and Geutlemen as may. be pleased to patronise him. A TJfcERSdNS iii want of flour caii bc supplied JlT ' With a...

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

', ;additional : ;? ¦"".::' " CbMMT'sSAK'lAT CONTRACTS; 10RAGE Corn, Hay and Straw, as may .bb rc ^; quired at I'oas bridge,' and Fuel; for tile es- tablishment .there, both for. one, year ending Dec. 24, 1831., .1. , ',( , .iV, v,.,.., j, ". '_.'¦? ,1 Tenders wiir'be'roceiv'edhi the nsiial way, until Monday the l3th December, addressed io D.A.C G. Hulli Launceston. ^ J.» >,?>>¦ ;-,?? .; i r'l".-.. : ?i--',i .:-?..?<:'.>-.i A.. Moobie, A.C.G. ; ''"'. ' CORK feUTTER. '" NOW Landing and on sa!e at thc stoics cf ihe ' undersigned, 50 firkins of Double' Rose Cork Butter.- ' -' ;" r--'¦;?;?; - : '??¦;--; <¦<-.¦-.-.? ?? ¦¦?:.' i^'-.i: /'.I :ii,.''-: .?¦,:-." B. GUY. ;''"' Dec.3, 1830. .-..-, -i , ¦ ->?:>;; ?¦; ¦.,-.:.: ¦¦¦!.;; _¦¦?¦¦¦- .to BE IfiT."'''-"^,';';!?,, ;?':' y4'Cottage with'W, without/land,'' situated at .flt'' Sandy bay, fdr one or two' years. < Inquire at the office of this Paper. .:-'.'--;,-''' ¦^X,::]\^^S(>U&...

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

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. 0f GOVERNMENT ORDER. w°] no. 14. he fcCplomaltSicfetan/'krOlfo -,'" ' ; ? -.'¦]- December 1/1830.* > '«0J THE melancholy|inte|Hgence'received by ali 'fithe ship Royal -George, that it Hath to pleased Almighty God to call to his mercy lor our late Most Gracious Sbvereign,_King jet George the Fourth, of blessed and jjjjgjjiou^ Jw memory, having been fully confiwrfkrby the-^co official notification which the Lieutenant Go- vernor has received from New South Wale's, Ijfis Excellency "does hereby', order and direct? '; ¦ lti'->¦ *'¦ , \\ ? ?'¦? if. Thal sixty eight: minute gunsN heired from Mulgrave, Battery. lo-morMujraflb, 'rise. ?'?'¦ ' V;-:-' '¦¦''' ,:" iJ-' «'"?'''' -2. That the Royal Standardrahd Union be hoisted' half-mast,high from'stin-rise to sun. autidaily from Ibis day (uutil Saturday next at noon. ; ¦ >; -..i ?..,;;.: :,--'. ,.,;:.. ? '.;,'-.'.:"; ? Si That the colours on ¦ board of ?¦ the ships in'"'thc*harbour bein like'manner dis...

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

DISSOLUTION OF, PARTNERSHIP ", THE Partnership hitherto subsisting between Richard Clark and William Clark, of Eliz- beth street, Shoemakers and Carpenters; was this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due   by the said firm will be discharged by the said Richard Clark, and all sums owing to the same are requested to be paid to him previous to the end of the year, when tlie accounts must be adjusted, and   all debts unpaid handed over to a Solicitor to re- cover the same.     RICHARD CLARK.       WILLIAM CLARK.   Witness-William Wrathall.   Edward Fisher.                 N.B. The premises, tan yard and currier's, place in Melville street, at the corner of Eliza- beth street, to be Let.          ...

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ON THE BREEDING OF LIVE STOCK, And the comparative influence of the Male and Female Parents in impressing the Offspring. (From the Prize Essay of the Highland Society, of John Boswell, Esq. of Balmuto and Kingcausie.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 December 1830

ON THE BREEDING OF LIVE STOCK, And the comparative influence of the Male and Female Parents in im- pressing the Offspring.         (From the Prize Essay of the Highland Society of John Boswell Esq of Balminto and Kingca??sie.)     " The late General Ayton of Inchdairnie, a great many years ago, sent down a horse from England to his property in Fife, which covered the country mares in his vicinity; (at that time I am informed very poor beasts),   and produced such wonderful effects on the breed in that neighbourhood, as may be seen this very day,^Uje horses, in that quar- ter being the best in the couiit^, and, parti- cularly remarkable^ for width of chest, .doci- lity in . wosfe, and. altogether tine animal's; Last year I 'chancedto see the tenantry of a trentlemah" who has the district which lies ailing the.banks of.the river Avon in. Aber- deenshire, driving, his winier store,of coals; The h...

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

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 224, Colonial   Secretary's Office, Dec.8, 1830. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons:? t.v |, john Williamson, 630, Lady East. , Matthew Sharp, C6S do.;;;.; v ' | Tethanner alias DinahXovell, 4lj..Henry. ,, Thomas alias Smithf^Ebbes,,UT, Phoenix J. t; ? Benjamin Stiaw,"Cll, do. Joseph Brain, 835, Sir Charles Forbes. By His Excellency's command, ?j. burnett; COMMISSARIAT OFFICE; ^ Hobart-town, 9tU Dec. l.'^A.^ iv.,..- ..-jr.i-.. . "''"' -. '". '.¦' .Vr-''1 REQUIRED for Jhe public service, ttyeJjmider htcntioned articles:? ", / . Whale Oil,;.;.; ?.vy,7;... ,v:3:tuii» ? :; :. ; Letter Books, 5 quires each demy size 18 J£ "§ Letter Books, 5 do;; do; foolscap do. -li* Account Bbok's, 5 quires each, demy, ' ; ? >ize (n»t ruled).'..'....'..-...... ..^r_; Memorandum ? Books, 3 quires each, ; foolscap length.'...........;';.'.'?-' 24'! Iron Rots of sizes I;!...;'. ...i'.'.-...;1Si L...

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

HOB ART-TOWN ACADEMY. MR.. THOMSON begs to intimate that the phristma?; "Vacation commences on Wed-. nesdaytheJjSJ' NEW CHURCH, JERICHO. PROPOSALS for erecting this building will be received by the Reverend R. C. Drought, Chaplain of that district, or by John Lee Archer, Esq. Engineer's Office, Hobart town, where plans and specifications of the intended work may be seen. No tenders will be received after the 18th of December, next. There is a Quarry on the spot; Lime and Sand are also to be had at short distances.       Hobart town, Nov. 30, 1830. TASMANIAN LODGE, No. 313.   ON Monday the 27th instant,.the Brethrenof the Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free .Masons composing ' tlie\ TASMANIA'S LODGE, No. 'Sl.S^will celebrate, the^Annual Grand Feast bf St. jolin in the usual manner. !. STEWARDS R. L. MURRAY, 2 J. WILSON. |. .«. ThieLodge will^ be opened at High Twelve, when'such non-resident Brethren as way wish to be present a...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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