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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 July 1819

r^ORSALE, at Mr.BuNiTtR'i, Elizabeth- an ifcreet, on the moil rcafonable terms, the fol- io wing ARTICLES :_ Bengal Rum; Hyfon, Hyfon-ikm» end Black Tea; ; S u g a £ Soap, and Tobacco ; Glouberaed F.pfom Salts in pound cannifter.«; Looking G lafles, Black-led Pencils, Slates, Blankets, Dimities, Blue Guftahs, India Prints, Queen's Stuffs of Colors, Chinta, ftriped Ginghams, Waiftcoiting ; Engliih Muflin, Cal- ico, and fine Shirting ; Sewing Silks and Twiftsof Colors, Thread and Cotton Ball*, ditto in boxes. Cotton Hofe and Night Caps, Shawls, Pins. Tapes, Bobbins, Ribbands, Shoe do. Scotch Cambric, Ladies' Bonnets» Gloves* \Vaih Bells, Pocket Combs, Sbm*wires,Chil dren's colored 5boesi Children's Bl*ck Slays, Indigo Blue, Mortifa Locks, plated ditto of Mzes, Cupboard, Drlwer, and Street ditto, round and flat Bolte*of Sizes, Latchs, Shoe« makers'Knives, Scrfws^ Garden Hoes, Files; Vinegar, Muftard, Sallad Oil, Fifh Sauces, Claret in bottles, Wine GlaiT«, Tumblers, Win dow Glafa, Wafh...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev, R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 July 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - On Thursday last, arrived from Port   Jackson, the brig Daphne Captain Howard. - Passengers, Captain Bunster, Mr. Terry, and   Mr. Wilson. Same evening returned from Port   Dalrymple, to which place she had been with with prisoners, His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Chase, Commander:   she has since proceeded to Adventure Bay for timber.   Remain in harbour, the brigs Daphne, and Sophia; whaling in the river, ship Martha; and at Pitt Water, where she is   taking in wheat, the brig Jupiter.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 July 1819

On Wednesday morning early, Major BELL, C. B. Acting Engineer, THOMAS ARCHER, Acting Deputy Assistant Commissary General, and Mr. G. W. EVANS, Deputy Surveyor General, left town to survey the new road form- ed by Mr. Dennis McCARTY, under propo- als to Government, from Hobart Town to New Norfolk. The same day His HONOR the LIEUTE- NANT GOVERNOR proceeded by land to New Norfolk; and was received at the extremity   of the new road, opening upon the scite of, Elizabeth Town, by the whole of the settlers   of New Norfolk. The LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR returned to town on Thursday.   During the past week, two free persons, named Roger Gavin and Francis Dudderedge, were convicted before the Magistrates for breaking the Sabbath-day; the former, for   driving his cart, was fined twenty shillings;   and the other, for working at his trade as a blacksmith, was fined in the mitigated penalty of five shillings. On the morning of yeste...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 July 1819

By the Daphne, we have received Syd- ney Gazettes to the 5th ult. They contain much interesting information; but from     the confined state of our Paper, we have only room this week to give a part of their contents.   We had the pleasure on Wednesday, the 7th of the present month (April), to witness the Launch of the new Schooner built at His Ma- esty's Dock-yard at Sydney, by Command of His Royal Highness the PRINCE REGENT, as a Present for the King of the Sandwich Islands, and named by HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR, "The Prince Regent."   The novelty of the sight attracted a great   number of spectators, as well on shore as on the water ; and the stately manner in which she   first saluted the "retiring wave" afforded gene- ral satisfaction. She is a very fine vessel ; her burthen 40 tons ; and will be dispatched to the King of the Sandwich Islands as soon as completely rigged and properly equipped for so...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

?SfflB ^.«ï^^n^A^ffiEK^^'ÏS^-^SESS Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate ¿7c¿Í.J»V» o, H,.Ho.oO. H.E.R0.,».«.». &»«*»*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

NOTICE..-As prefentiog Bills and Notes oí Hand is attended with much Diffi- culty and Kxpenfe, where ahe Parties live a long way in Me Country, Mr. FSRGUSSONT hereby gues Notice *o all Perfona indebted to him, either by Book Debt«, or Notes of Hand8 to immediately come forward and fettle the lame ; otherwife »1hey will be fued for in~1he Lieutenant Governor's Court, in twenty Days fromithis Due, t*VB. SALE by P*JVAT* CONTAACT, that beautiful Farm known byihe Name of Montröfe* conning of 120 Acres, fitüato about 4 Miles from Hobart Town ; is convenu ent for land or water carriage, is bounded ©n the North by the River Derwent, on ahe Elft by Humphrey's Rivulet (a detachment of which runs within 30 yards of the houfe whick is erected upon tho Eftate), and affords an am* pie fupply of water for domeftic purpofes at all feafooa of the y esr.-Like wife, a Quantity of Horned Cattle on reaíonable Terms.-For fur- ther Particular apply toRoseax OGILVIE on ihe Premifei* HOBART TOWN: FAINT.*» j...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE, Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   Saturday, July 10th, 1819.   THE Settlers and Inhabitants of the District of Black Snake, and Neighbourhood of the Ferry at Austin's, are apprized that Messrs. AUSTIN and EARLE are authorized to erect a   Pound on their Premises, under the usual   Regulations of District Pounds. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.    

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 10th, 1819.     THE Officers at the Head of the several Public Departments are hereby required to furnish to this Office on or before the 17th Instant, in Duplicate, the usual Official Re-   ports and Returns for the Quarter ending June 30th, for HIS HONOR the LIEUTEN- ANT GOVERNOR'S approval, preparatory       to their being forwarded to HIS EXCELLEN- CY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF at Head Quarters. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,     H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

LOST, a few Days ago, in the Streets   0f Hobart Town, a Glazier's Diamond.   - Any Person who has found the same will confer a particular Favor by restoring it to JOHN ELMHURST, next door to Mr. C. WILLIAMS, File-cutter, in Elizabeth street, Hobart Town, it being the Property of the Crown ; and for which he will wil- lingly give the Bringer One Pound Ster- ling for his Trouble. LOST, a Promissory Note, dated 29th June l819» for 60 Bushels of Wheat, drawn by JOHN STOTT in Favor of the Undersigned or Bearer ; for which I have not received any valuable Consideration whatever. FINCH HARRIS. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,       Thursday, July 8th, 1819. WHEREAS the Dwelling-house of Mr.   WILSON in Collins-street, Hobart Town,   was entered between the Hours of Five and Six   o'clock on the Evening of yesterday the 7th Day of this Month, and Cash and other Pro- perty to a great amount st...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

f. ftyÜthe Sydney Gflzêfte we obferve that on! Ae añniverfary of His Majefly'a birth-day, th* new barrack, crofted for the reception of 600 male prifonera employed in the Government works, was opened ; His EXCELLIHCY the, GOVERNOR in CHIIF being prefent at theirj firft dinner* The regulations cftablifhed byj His ExcaLLitNcr for the order and comfort] «f this body of people, the incentives to good behaviour which are held out,andtherepreflion of dil orderly condah, which cannot fail to be Ehe rcfulc, combine to render thia ¡BÍtitution highly interefting to tho Colony in general, and beneficial, to the cfaf* of people who are the objects of it, while it is at the fame t.ime a monument of the munificence of Government. We hive bad rhe pleifure of feeing famples. ©ffupe ra ne cloth, made of the wool of New ( South Wales, which have been brought out byf Mr. BERRY in the Admiral Cockburn. They'! ero accompanied by a certificate of the manufac- turer, as to the fact of the wool, of which t...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Thomas Archer, Esq., SHIP NEWS.— On Sunday ev- ening last arrived from Eng-   land, the ship Admiral Cock-   burn, Captain Briggs, with an   extensive and valuable cargo of merchandize. She left Portsmouth the 29tb January ; and on her voyage, which was a very healthy and pleasant one, she touched at Madeira, Bahia,   and St, Paul's lsland.-Passengers, Mr, Berry, Supercargo, and Mr. Vernon. Same evening returned from Port Dalrym-   ple, the sloop Governor Sorell, Mr. Risk   master. Remain in the harbour, the ship Admiral Cockburn ; the brigs Daphne and Sophia   and the sloop Governor Sorell.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

From a Sydney Paper we copy the foi- ' lowing:- ^ ( On this day* March eo, a Deputation fromj the Standing Committee appointed by *hej' General Meeting of iho t2th of February laft, I con fitting of Sir JOHN JAMISON*-RICHARD BROOKS, WILLIAM BROWNB, and SIMEON1 LOR D,Efquires« waited on His EXCSLLBNCY ' the Gove*.NOR with ibe COLONIAL PATI-' TI ON agreed upon at the General Meeting, as weil as the ÀDDSKSS of THANKS from Hthe fame Meeting "to- His EXCÍLLÍNOY., The Deputation was moft gracióufly received by His EXCELLENCY, who was pleafcd to ex pref« his approbation of the Petition in the mott flattering4ermi. The Voto of Thanks, and His EXCEL LBNCY'I Anfwer,irenow publilhed for general information« At an adjourned General Meeting oHhe Gen- tlemen, Clergy, Setters, Marchante, Laod holden, and other refpectable Inhabitants °i New South Wales, bold at the New General Hofpûal m Sydney, the 12th day of February. 1819, Sir John y ami/on in ihtChair* Ftofolved-That"ih>a Meeting deeply im ...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 July 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 10th, 1819.     THE following Constables, established to do Duty at George Town, in the County of Cornwall, by the COMMANDANT of Port Dal- rymple, are approved and confirmed :-   John Anderson, Mark Wilson, Edward   Meredock, Angus M'Donald, George Camp- bell, Alexander Wilson, and Angus Kennedy. By Command of His Honor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 9th July, 1819.   NOTICE is hereby given, that the Bakers' Licences for the present Year will expire on the 1st Day of August next.-Any Person desirous of carrying on the Business of a Baker and Vender of Bread, will apply at this Office for a Licence on or before that Date. By Order of the Superintendant of Police, WM. ENGLISH, Clerk.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Omcial Signature, are tobo conftdered as umcia. Communications made to thofe Perfons io whom they may relate, . c-i.;#*t.»7 (Bv COMMAND OF HIS HOWOR)I H.E. ROBINSON, Secretar

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 17th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 17th, 1819. JAMES TULLY is appointed a Constable   of the District of Hobart Town.       By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.         POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, July 8th 1819. WHEREAS the Dwelling-house of Mr. WILSON, in Collins-street, Hobart Town, was entered between the Hours of Five and Six o'Clock on the Evening of yesterday the 7th Day of this Month, and Cash and other Pro- perty to a great amount stolen therefrom, by   some Person or Persons unknown; I am authorized and directed by HIS HONOR   the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR to express his     Engagement to recommend to HIS EXCEL- LENCY THE GOVERNOR in CHIEF for a FREE PARDON to any Crown Prisoner who will give such Information at this Office as will lead to the Recovery of the Prop...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

HOBART TOWN.         Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-On Sunday returned from Adventure Bay with timber, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold,   Mr. Chase, Commander.     The ship Admiral Cockburn and the brig Daphne are expected to   sail for Port Jackson in the course   of the ensuing week.         Remain in harbour with His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold, the ship Admiral Cockburn ; the brigs Daphne, Jupiter,   and Sophia ; and the sloop Governor Sorell. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court on Mon- day last, in the action Howard against Peters, the defendant was fined in the sum of 20s. and to find security for his good behaviour, him-       self in 40l. and two sureties in 20/. each, for 12 months, for contumacious conduct in Court.   The D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

CAPTAIN BRIGGS, of the fast-sailing Ship Admiral Cockburn, hereby gives Notice of his Departure from this Port for Sydney on Tuesday next, the 20th Instant; has good   Accommodation for Passengers.-For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander on board, or to Mr. T. W. BIRCH, Macquarie-street. NOTICE.--As the Ship Admiral Cockburn   will positively sail on Tuesday next, the 20th Instant, Mr. BERRY, Super-cargo,   respectfully informs those Persons who may be desirous of purchasing any of his Cargo,   that the same will be closed from Sale at   12 o'Clock on that Day.

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LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

LATEST BRITISH EXTRAC fS. By the arrival ¿f the Kingßonf from¡Java, we learn that the -Governor of frort MàrlBor ©ugh has difplâyed his charafteriftic energy and v aÄivily fincè his arrival in Sumatra, and has anxioufly endeavoured to extend tho Brtiih in- fluence over the whole of that valuable and ex tenfive iflaod, Sumatra has hitherto been ve. Yy litte knowe* The European eftabli foments are entirely on the coaft-Europeans had never joenatrated inro tho interior, /amd the ifland it felf was confidered of hut little value. Nothing could exceed the apathy, indifference, and ig nora nea which prevailed among Europeans re fpefting the iii and generally.} AU attempts to penetrate into the interior were reckoned dei» gerate; no European would ¿mbark in them» tfhe population of the interior was confnkrcdj' as fa vages, and the mountains iropaffible, and } yet the' native« would ti ill bring down their J* gold and carlia, and camphor, &c. lor which y Sumatra had from the earlief...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

"PHE Brig Jupiter, Mr. WILLIAM Ktt&, <*> Matter, will proceed to Port Dalrymple fhtJrtlyj and. from cthence to Sydney.--For Freight-OF Paffage,^ apply to Mrs. MAaiA. LORD ; or \o tho tJommander on boird. 1 TV/fK. BERRY» Supercargo of the fhip '?**?* Admiral Cockburn, requefts Claim» againft him may be preferred. 1 M K. FRT«TT informa the, Public sou hit friends -that he has for Sale at' hil Houfe in Bat hu rd-ft reet, s variety of European Articles, imported on the Admiral Cockburn* (fcg*, Wheat will be received in Payment, |'HE Ferlons undcr-Ddmed, who oom polo *. the Crew of the Brig Daphne, intendingv to l?ave ehe Colony inihat Veffel, reqùeft all Claims »gamft 'them to bo immediately pre« tented for Payment:- > Dougal M'Faihne, James Colden^EmaoOel do Silvl, Gooroo T. Boulton, Charlea S mhb, James Savage,Nathaniel Phillips,Ifaac Pccke, Jofeph Cordell, and Richard Mayndcr. 3 ÏT'OUND Aftray, (onie Time fioce, a Urge - BO AR»-The Owner may have ihe (arno by...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 July 1819

Captain Briggs, of the ship Admiral Cockburn,   lately arrived from England, and now ly-   ing in this Port, has kindly permitted us to co- py the following account from his log-book ; which we not only think worthy of inserting on account of the humanity shewn by himself and those on board his ship, but from the at- tendant interesting circumstances:-   ST. PAUL'S ISLAND.—On the 12th of June 1819, in the ship Admiral Cockburn, we made St. Paul's Island, in lat. 38 ° 42' S and longi- tude, by means of four Cronometers, 77 ° 53' East. At noon, being well in shore, we saw great quantities of smoke, and the appearance of one or two people at the entrance of the ba son landing on the causeway, and soon after a     canoe pulling towards us. We made sail in- shore to meet them as soon as possible. At 1 she came along-side ; in her were an old white man and four negroes in a miserable and filthy state ; they reported tbemselv...

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