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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 69. Colonial Secretary's Office, 18th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 69. Colonial Secretary's Office, 18th March, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor directs the publication of the following from the London Gazette Extraordinary of the 21st &nbsp; November last :- "Buckingham Palace, 21st Nov., 1840. "This afternoon, at ten minutes before two o'clock, the &nbsp; Queen was happily delivered of a Princess; His Royal Highness &nbsp; Prince Albert, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of &nbsp; Kent, several Lords of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and the Ladies of Her Majesty's Bedchamber, being present." The following Bulletin was published on the 29th of &nbsp; November :- "Buckingham Palace, 29th Nov., half-past 9 a.m. &nbsp; "Her Majesty's recovery proceeds without interruption. The Princess Royal continues well. James Clark, M.D . Charles Lo?och?, M.D. &nbsp; &nbsp; Robert Ferguson. M.E. &nbsp; Richard Blagden." &nbsp; &nbsp; In conseque...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
POLICE John Mansion, fined £10 and costs, upon complaint of Constable Cooney, who charged him with assaulting bim while in tbe execution of his duty, by knocking him down with a stone ; the charge being fully substantiated, he was fined in the above penally. Thomas Littler, ticket-of-leave, charged with being in a public-bouse on Sunday night tippling ; fourteen duys' treadwheel. Thomas Williamson, assigned to Mr. O'Kerby, charged by the same functionary, with being at Mr. Rider's, of the Commercial Inn, procuring liquor ; ordered to solitary confinement for fourteen days. Noah Saunders and Lucius Jaqua, articled seamen to the Lady of the Lake, charged by the chief officer of that vessel, with absenting themselves without leave ; seven days' bouse of correction. Charles Wilson, ticket-of-leave, charged with not attending church master, and being drunk ; six months' hard labour. Mr. H. Murray appeared to answer the complaint of his hired servant George Jones, with refusing to pay him...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
EXTRACTS. ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FOU WAR IN PORT JACKSON. Lest some chance French frigate or letter of marque should, in the event of war, think fit to pay us a sort of Paul .Jones visit in Sydney, our active and most spirited officers have al- ready made preparations for giving them a warm reception such as they may little expect. Our two grand points of de- fence, Bradley'« Head and Pinchgut Island, will lie within a short time, very strongly fortified, under the talented su- perintendence of Lieutenant-Colonel Barney, and will fully command the entrance to Sydney. Last week, we observed the Government launch actively employed in taking a number of heavy guns to the battery at Bradley's Head, sufficient to blowout of the water the largest ship of the line that may attempt to force a passage. The fortifications at Pinchgut, also we are informed, will be ready in a few days to receive a similar supply of heavy guns. This looks indeed both warlike and business-like. PORT MACQUARIE.-The ...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 9th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. Wh March, 1841. A Licence to retail wines, .spirits, &c, for the period ending 29th September in the year now next ensuing (provided.it be-not forfeited before such day,) has been granted to the under-mentioned individual : Philip Mills, Three Trunks, Cambridge, Richmond. ADAM TURNBULL, Collector of- Internal-Revenue.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
DINNER to CAPTAIN MONTAGU-The fol- lowing gentlemen have intimated to the Secretary their intention of attending the Public Dinner to be given to CAPT. MONTAGU, on his return to the Colony. In order to enable the Stewards to make the necessary arrangements, it is requested that an early communication may be made to the Secretary by such gentlemen as intend to join in this public testimony to Captain Montagu. Macquarie-st., Feb. 8,1841. Robert Pitcairn Charles M'Lachlan, M.L.C. Thomas Hewitt, J. P James P. Poynter, J. P. Hugh Murray R. Jacomb, J. P. Alfred Garrett, J. P. William Forlongc, J. P. William Gunn, J. P. John Dobson P. Roberts, J. P. F. Holler Richard Lewis Robert Kerr, J. P. J. Boyes, J. P. C. Swanston, M.L.C. Adam Turnbull, Col. Treas. W. Murray John Dunn, senr., J.P. Joseph Hone, J. P. John Dunn, junr. Josiuh Spode, C.P.M. Thomas Mac Dowell John Walker, J. P. Arthur Smith Arthur Perry, Crown Sol. G. D. Holcombe, J. P. D. R. Furtado T. F. Marzetti, J. P. J. Swan S. Stephe...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
6FOR LONDON.~(To follow the Werne.) -m J- The first-classbark HINDOO, 310 tons, C. L. VAN ZUILICOM, commander, now taking in wool, will meet willi quick despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation both for cabin and for four steerage passengers, apply on board, or to New Wharf, March 4, WILLIS, GARRETT, Sa Co. ««4$*: FOR LONDON.-The first-class bark FORTI jjPfg TUDE, EDWARD PAYNE, commander, has the greater part of her cargo ready for shipment, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight of wool or passage, apply to Captain Payne on board,to KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to New Wharf, Jan. 7. ASKIN MORRISON. r- w4fis8sFOR SYDNEY.-The fine fast-sailing- brig 1 «WEftr LORINA, 130 tons register, J. SALTER, com- mander, will sail for the above port in a few days, has excel- lent accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage, ujïply to the Captain on board, or to New Whatf, February 25. KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co. .FOR SYDNEY.-The fine fast-sailing ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 March 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. Arrivais.-March 17-the bark Lady Rußes, 648 tons, Ilight, from London, 2d December, with 328 male prisoners, Cummins & Co., agents-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Montagu and servants, Dr. Wylie, Surgeon Superintendent, Ensign Swetenham, 96th regiment, 30 rank and file, 5 women, and 8 children. The Lady Raffles spoke the British Sovereign, prison ship, 7th instant, all well. The arrival of the British Sovereign has been signalised. Departures.-March 15-the brig Janet, 239 tons, M'Phun, for Sydney, with sundries. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. Arrivals.-March 15-the schooner Sir John Franklin, 52 tons, from Port Phillip. J. H. Campbell, nprent, with sundries -passengers, Mr. J. H. Campbell, H. Jenkins. 15-the bark Napoleon, 232 tons, Rutledge, from Swan River, J. Fisher, agent, with sundries-passengers, Messrs. Snodgrass, Rumbóle, Taylor, Erscoe, Langham, Archard, Henry Harrington, Long, and Davis. 16-the ship Diulius, 330 tons, Underbill, from Brist...
CUSTOM HOUSE, LAUNCESTON. 9th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
CUSTOM HOUSE, LAUNCESTON. March, 1841. Notice is hereby given, that the under-mentioned con- demned goods will be sold by Public Auction, at the Bonded Warehouse, on Saturday the 10th of April next, &nbsp; at two o'clock : 9 cases Geneva, 2 boxes cigars. HENRY D'ARCH, Collector.
THE CABINET. INTERRUPTED MEDITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
THE CABINET. INTERRUPTED MEDITATION. 'Tis a bitter thing in this life of pain, When the spirit has »purned its earthly chain, And sought in the bosom's still recess, The joy of its own deep loneliness ; And though the sensations which then we feet, May be rather of sorrow than of weal, It is something to think there is that in their tone. Which the spirit may drink in, all its own : It is bitter then to hear the din Of another's voice break rudely in, And mar the mirror which just has caught Some bright reflection, some cherished thought ; Some vision wove with so slight a (pell. That a sound or m word may the charra dispel, And leave no trace of its path behind, But a restless vacancy of mind : As in those fair pictures that lie imprest On a ia!:e of the mountain'» tranquil breast Shadows »o faultless in shapes and dies, That they only are not realities. Let an air but steal down the mountain's side, Let a pebble the sleeping waters divide. Let a leaf but fall from a withered spray...
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK, 6th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK, M March, 1811. Notice is hereby given that, by the 33rd section of the 4th Victoria/ No35, it is provided "thatno person whatsoever shall be admitted to vote at the Election of Commissioners who has nof at least four days before the day on which such election takes place registered his qualification to vote with the Police Clerk of the District¡" and that the Police Clerk will bein attendance daily, fruin the hours of IO until 3, at the Police Ofllce, New Norfolk^ to register such qualification. ' .^TUOMAS^MASOSÍ, Police Magistrate. k
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 16th March, 1841. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, IGth March, 1841. WHEAT. ' ' Notice -Tenders for the following quantities of Colonial Wheat of the best quality, will be received at the respective Commissariot Offices here and at Launceston, until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 7th April next, viz At Hobart Town, addressed to Assistant Commissary Ge- neral Maclean, for 700,000 pounds / « At Launceston, addressed to Deputy Assistant Commissary General lViaulx. for 300,000 pounds. The wheat must be perfectlyrluan mid free from smut, and the tenders should express the i ate per IQOlbe. The period of delivery not to be later than the 31st May next. Payment will he made in thb usual manner, and the tenders subject to the conditions which appeared in the Gaxette of, 10th January, 1840._ . " " GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G;
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 17th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. .17¿/i March, 1841. Notice.-His Excellency the Lieutcnnnt-Goternor having approved of a "Licence being issued lo the under- mentioned individual to act as an Auctioneer within this island and its dependencies for twelve calendar months, a Licenre has been issued to him lo act as an Auctioneer accordingly :-W. T. Macmichael, Liverpool-street, Hobart Town. ADAM TURJJBULT., Collector of Internal Revenue.
AUDIT OFFICE. 17th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
AUDIT OFFICE. 17í7t March, 1841. Warrants for Contingent Kxpenses sont to the Colonial Treosury for piyment between the 10th of the current month and this date: - J. W. Davis, stationery ; S. A. Tegg, ditto ; J. Wil. lianiRon, ditto ; J. T. Waterhouse, stores ; W. Cove, ditto; J. Clarke, ditto; W. Sharniun, (loin ; W. Ladds, meat ; F. A. Downing, tea; G. Hull, lime ; Jackson anil Brssell, ironmongery ; W. Goulslone, forage; J. K. Bus« rombe, ditto; J. Ait kin, ditto; D. Gibson, ditto; W. Forbes, ditto; K. Murray, ditto; T. Jackson, ironmon 'jery; G. fjtalvell, rope; W. Osborne, oil; It. Thukell, Ift ; S. Stephen, grant deeds; ii. Gleghorn, Jfñg ; J. Matheson, callage; John Kirk, ditto; tim JffT-to pay the officers of his department, travelling fnses; J. Clarice, supplies; W. Baldwin, reward; S ris, ditto ; R. S. Bird, census ; J. Connolly, travelling «penses ; Jackson und Bisseil, chain ; H. and J. E. "addison, boards ; W. Rout, wire; W. Farrell, charcoal; W>4 Clpary, cartage; J....
LETTER OF R. A. REYNOLDS, ESQ. (Late Senior Captain 11th Hussars.) TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
'LETTER OF R. A. REYNOLDS, ESQ. (Late Senior Captoin 11th Hussars.) TO THE EDITO.I. SIR,-I have to request you «ill do me the favour to allow your'columns to form the channel of a respectful communi- cation I wish to mike to the public. . - , I have been given to understand from various quarters that subscriptions have been set on foot to recompense me for the loss I have sustained by the sentence of the court-martial, and also th.rt addresses arc in preparation to Her Majesty soliciting lier Majesty's gracious clemency in my behalf. I have rhost earnestly to request that every tvell-tt ishcr to myself and to the best interests of the service to ithtch, alas ! I no, longer,,belong, will refrain from joining in either of the above measures, for the .following reasons:-"In tho first place, I cannot, I dare not, as au officer brought up in Her Ma- jesty's service-, lay my hand oh my heart,-and say that I'have not grievously offended the laws established for the* government of the*army....
NEW TOWN RACES. LAST DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
NEW TOWN RACES. LAST DAV-KHIDAY. A purse of 50 sovs given by Lieutenant-Colonel Elliott and the officers of the 51st Regiment K. O. L. 1. ' Four to start or no race. No person _c. Two mile heats. The second horse to withdraw his stake. Air. Fisher's b.h. Peacock, by Peter Finn,aged, lOst Gibs I 1 Mr. Kearney's g. h. Smolensko, 3 yrs. old Sst 2Ibs ... 2 2 Air. Kearney's g. f. Altisidora, 2 yrs. old 7st I libs ... 5 3 Mr. Dry's b. in. Jessie, ¡j yrs. old, 6st libs . 3 4 Air. Tilley's Emerald, aged, lOst 61bs . 4dr Peacock was too fleet for the whole lot. The first heat, Air. Kearney's three-year old horse run a fan second. Immediately after this race was over, Messrs. Gregson and Bryant, the Stewards, accompanied by some bunded horsemen, carne in front of the stand and gave three times three cheers for Colonel Elliott and the officers of the 51st, who have since their arrival in the colony prosecuted the sports of Englishmen in Tasma- nia, and the band immediately struck up thcôlst ma...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
TO OUR SUB SCRIBE H S. We beg to call the prompt attention of our Subscribers to the . liquidation of their accounts due to the îlltt December, 1840, now in the course of ddiveiy. We at the same time apprùe those persons who hare continued to receive our paper for three or four years, without once condescending to notice the let ins of subscription, that we shall place their accounts in the hands of our Solicitor for recovery.
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
POLICE. The Races having engrossed the public mind, the police ap- pear to have felt a little of its influence, there being nothing done at the office more than a few stragglers from the Races being fined each fis. Michael Synott, charged by Constable Haydon wilh assault- ing him at a booth at the races. It appeared by the constable's statement, that Synott was both glorious and uproarious, and so elate with his luck in betting on the winning horse, that he could not restrain his feelings, and among other follies, knocked the constable down ; case remanded, but Mr. Synott allowed to bail. William Yeomans, charged by Constable Belcher with a I similar offence to the above ; fined 20s. and costs. James Howard. Francis Delhi, and Robert Edwards, charged [ with refusing to do their duty on board the Lady Raffles, they i being articled seamen to that vessel ; committed to the house ! of correction for two months. , George Scott entered into recognisances, himself in the sum j so" A" loo,...
INDIAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 March 1841
INDIAN EXTRACTS. Kwruck and Nao Nehal Singh.-We hasten to piece the particulars of those somewhat extraordinary events before our subscribers, and to have the Dawk, if possible, abstain from many remarks. The position of affaira, bow ever, is much altered, and Shere Singh, who is the next heir lo the throne, will perhaps, as he is not so favourably inclined to the British as the deceased monarch, cause a little trouble. The brigade, we understand^ is to proceed in the meantime, and it is thought that the integrity of Lahore will be fully maintained. Every one is atrncl: | with surprise, and the Punjaub is perfectly tranquil ; we must leave speculations to another time. ! The Maha Raja-Khurruck Singh, after a lingering and painful illness, expired on the morning of the fith ; no sooner was the melancholy event made known to the lindaron, than the Ranee Is tur Koour, sister of Sirdar Mungul Singh, expressed her firm determination to burn, and accordingly about ti o'clock of the «ame d...