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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 January 1831

Impounded         At the Public Pound Sorrell, District of Rich- mond,-       1 red bullock,long horns, branded W.R. on the near hip ; impounded by William Hambley. Da- mages 10 S.       If this animal is not claimed or redeemed, in the time allowed by law it will be sold by me at the said pound on the first Wednesday in February,1831, according to the provisons of the Impounding Act.         A.Laing, Poundkeeper, dated this 9th day of January 1831 COURT OF REQUESTS     For the District of New Norfolk.   réinbSpdeVi*f'<heyeari1tíflt.,'j:jí.lq sill! io aaitß -JPiaiMlil ag*iiisti,'ftifeBdaiito.«5S.|jl,wg; A^^iflHl r t¡e ireienuani'nves wiror mc .miwwcrwmm'v*' eiitei^dt6Urt<;etrid*yàU)efor8Miink«ittiug./mt oil I limn* w-,1 c Ho miWs ftW**m^Q^ii.;t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 January 1831

T'HBGAZOTTEOPTHtfß** CONTAINS Í^ OVERNMm fotICE, No, 1«, Colonial T Secretary's Office. Jan. »6,1««' -.'? j The LiÊntenant ^verpor ms bert pí«ase4 "TICKETS OF LEAVE, John Bell, 562, Calednni«. JolibM'Gatheridge^l.JbMyJStst..>,.. j 1 John Brown,'6S4, Commodore Hayes.. ' f-¡-V Roheit Lee, 8, General Hewitt.. ,;;!>' Thomas Artlinivii3;convicted before the Su Ç' K.3'.'.."pJreiñ'é'Conrt at Lanneeston. * ' ; ; ; ;.. . <v Heiff? BhrgesV,in43."do at Hobart town. Bj His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT, GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 13.] Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 26¿ 1831. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentionedpersons,:-.- ... {. ,..,.. ; ?"* ^Jscob^Perry.1 í.74rLaáy East. *; John Newman, 120, do. , ....JLphnJBrpwn, 808, do._ _>_,_. """William* Smith, 6S2 Princess Charlotte. James Parke. ,357, do.. ... / .., r 1 ."i Robert Percival, 350, do. ''. ' 1 , t James Robmson, 3<J5. do. ?. . ,. ., ,. : ! ?.*' .'I Jäiiies"Rourke,'3jt0.rChapma...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 January 1831

'NEW SOUTH,WALES, To the Australian Almanack for this year is added an appendix, containing an essay by a civil officer rbf the Government, giving 1 rome valuable ja$|ice to'emigrants newly ar : lived in New South Wales. The following extracts will be acceptable to our readers : The settler's judgment will in all proba- bility be misled, and his spirits depressed, by the accounts of individuals who have been for some years settled in the country; and who although they can be eharged neither with indolence nor imprudence, find, that at the end of several years of laborious exer- tion, their efforts to improve their circum- stances have proved abortive, and that they have, under the present circumstances of the colony, no prospect but that of insolvency before their eyes. But the fate of this class of individuals, which is indeed a large class, comprising a large majority of those who arrived within the last seven years, however much it may deserve the commiseration, ought not to exci...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 January 1831

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The Courier. SATURDAY. JANUARY 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 January 1831

Ci) \. ^ -2i»«" * rter. m A J J* > SATURDAY. ÍAKtfARY"á9?ttólt' *' ^ P Arrivted on Monday, j he 24»h,\:The, bfig Lion," 2^*5 tons, John M'Leodf esq.'comman der, fcpni Jport Louis, Mauritius' 17til Dec. with a ^MgojB^pjjtte urd/' -pilier ¡gootls;-^ Passetigers/TWr^J^ijuiian. Mrs. M'Leod, child and servant, and 2'servants.of. Airs. 'Chapman."'"" '''".'"''.. ;i".'.'.'.';,-,." ,;-\ i'V' 7, Same day arrived, from Port Arthur, the government brig Prince' Leopold, with! ¡a cargo of limber. ?>?. ?????''?'?'? : ; . | .'! Sailed, on the 22nd. instant, the .schoorjer Resolution, Captain Lancey, for Launceston, willi,goods. .:.?'?.! ??;!.. 'J -¡i- ?.''';,;; ? Same day, the ship Resource; Capt. Shut- tleworth, for Sydney, with part of her óri|»i nal'cargo, arid the following from tim port:' ' '.::';..? ;.'???' ???'?' .'? ; '?'?. ' ??'< <r 29 bundles window, coach, and floor mats, 5 packages sundries, 3 cases and 3 trunks nankeens and window frames,6 doorframes' 1 box ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 January 1831

.«.Ü.K-i ft; ^^-frM^JVKUivrj .,' ¡..»f THE nndersigned'bVreuV ¿rations ¡«U persons %t%'ip*y àn^bilrsoV'à'crJo-UDhi In Iii« name,! 6t gpeicredi* W aiiyi|Wr»«a» without a written «p. ?l»«J<rp»li|in|<li|j3l,li;0 Jo iili.î'*- ,/ .'.Itií.Cy And he hereby also gives notice, that all work of any description done within hu yard entirely, be Idngs'teliiafr" >n, ««»»r-.uuE-s-.iy. ..,',-aO , WM. SMITHSON,.I -. .I.IÍW tZqWnhot. -.ii «viiu (ti ido i,¡.,7 Hoi '?'. *.i. îii'^ii j-í'Pf «ii'! í,rK'riíA ,I¡CÍÍ¿I-.ÍIÍÍ ,i>.,**U'ii'j.,jo»^!',7 f!- ov» «vt-JolaïOEoaiï'l », SALE OF MERCHANDIZE. MR. COLL1COTT begs to .acquaint thçpnb- 'j lie, that he will have a very extensive Sale <r* ?of Merchandise at his .Mart, on Tuesday, Wednes- day atir£-TÍ;nrsd%%tu,J i'6th¡ancr 17th'of febru- ary nekfj'tó close varions consignments.' ¡Particu- lars wilLïrê given in next week'» paper».' v.N¡".t. -? ¿!. ?;.,,??;>, ,m.uhi.-'.< -Jni- -? i,.--:, ;.':;>, i Commissa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

;THB GAZfcrte OF THIS DA¥ CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT ORDER, , (No. 2.) %»7JTH,«feçeriletc&he fcoJernnÄOrdeW; fl^tte.wtíi^rii^^I^wjs.^1 : <;£>?:i John Montagu, esq having returned to the colo- ny, will resume the office of Clerk of the Councils, in wMch the Secretary of State has been pleased to confirm him.' By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. %& Tiççrftary^ÇfRoe, Feb. 2. 1831.- \:> The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to v. .ppbÎnTPery^^yïëe^w^ tu in in his Majesty's 03d regiment of foot, tu he a Justice W the Heacfe toi the'island <8f'?'.Vin- Die* meoN land and it» dependencies. '(..By His Excellency's cihimandp ii .?'> '.'? <i v O'" C, ./.Î y:;- ii':.-"'-) ..Si 7 : \-v*."x<.%. :iBoit»E**V -.ii_¡J?. I'l'-y ". ' -.?».?'....i» ,n ...;,:_<-i \i'--\\ ;n m»1.', .jf^l OVERNMfeNT! ?N<ÖTtCE'J'-Ni»:'l|9iiiC6lortial VF'' Séc>ètl«r'y;8G<ffio.-,lpéb'j.2>l8ïr.''?!';i', '."'' 1 Theti. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

ISSiTHOMSÔN.r'e'speclfullyi'bygsitb ihfbriii! ú:AW.i Ifjrndaiîbf i.îier- intention!.pf; op*(¡pfo»gi tion,o'f q f»'w yonn" Ladies as uav-scholars. ')',-i«eIvitiëis¥rVèt,m.iÎ.',''; /.'>«.>!?.>. V ^IÜMÍI ; ,liuilM/:--ri«) ^'l f-t'lrrfe-tf.il IM-IT''-.1) Í.I.Í. ';.:??-. ?T>J J..j RSr^TlRiriElt'flVftietMrnfciheiilsincewfthîinkîîJ :.<ATJo ')fPf*îjievH|'îi,uç«8»«!i<! I«v-W¡viyf?.d.t''w»,|.','ír .friends and the ftbbli.c, and begs .to acquaint themi Willi w«Jl'JoÄ tvery.low^rièkMJ bWy'àboft't'Wtèavte'brWisrness,; ..tfiztfcrMo't »-iii« wU ?! VIK« -i/;«/! ¡oc .--¡(itt ' >.vMw;Mmm%**»PH>hnnà .fteJived^wMs.^iaçcj .dre-sps, fC»ns (and,. collars,minti in «lo-.i a va] 'Vidty Ofwnik*d"fl<iiineihgV ami' trj'irímii|gF, ?b'iae.lU . 'wllité,<i#rtd'} grel'ii' veï fs¿' 'stirfe'f i.ii- Batiste' dressés, /white jrMU'iiankeen, whifc.atitl coloured, callroe», uecdJes\(:pii!K,!cliiidtc«?s Leghorn'bonnets-,'Are.''-' ¡ fiil'l.'iî'ti"..) v,, tL&am...

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PIRATES OF THE CYPRUS. [From the English Papers.] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

."j^ -1'1- 1:PÏ*ÀT)E"9 U^^Htí.'CYfRÜS. , J, 'I' ti" S, i j tu! ifFroni tfoiEngli$1»nJPaper»t'} . ! » t .'.On ¡AVednesdayu.íthe, four, fellowsT,Were' , "? brought tijr tombâmes' Street Office^ Torjtiie " ., purp'osë'fef;,;l¿emg confronted with popjoy, j,, tbeir^VjBliiflei/elíó^-b'yjs-bose'"extraordi- nary exertions the crew and soldiers of,lhe ' iCvpru9/were saved from) destruction after tliey were abandoned4'" ïlè ítlstatitly recoge .! ' î . S*, t., II» .ii,'' '7 .'. .,, I , J ,. -J* , 0¡njzed tltem1as!)ola/acotuainltancfs. "The firsl,"usaid.he,/in, answ/er.Jojthe Magistrate's' ¡ moHpbart town,, wa« .irie,d/~uefore. Justitíé1 -no iPeddeiyniand' condemned í toi die. n, Ht« sen .'.'L tèu'ce °wW corhihut'ed io ' transportation Jo n", Maç(|ua/ie harbour, ^i^was, very active on j i,4|te day ,|be bng wa* "seized. ;/rhe second,!*' ^.Wstttic, aswe.pged to call bim. < His .name ' '* is Williwin tyatts.!» He ran away from the tempted to Rtab one man ant; jto shoot ano-' ther before...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1831.   Arrived on Saturday the ship John, 464 tons, R. Nosworthy, Commander, from Lon-     don 14th Oct. with 200 male prisoners. Passengers John Montagu, esq lady and family, Capt. Anley, lady and family, with 2 sergeants, 27 privates of the 17th regt.     7 women and 7 children. Surgeon and Su- perintendent Dr. Wilson, R.N. who lately left us in the Governor Ready, and made the important discoveries at King George's Sound and Swan river.         Arrived on Saturday the ship Sovereign   W. McKellar, R.N Commander, from Ply-   mouth 9th Oct. and Cape Town 21st Dec. Passengers for Hobart Town - The Rev. M r.     Yaldayn, the Rev. Mr. Fenner, Miss Ashburner. Mr. and Mrs. Timms, Mrs.   Dobner, Miss Chapman, Messrs. S. Timms,   W. Timms, Hill, Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Tubby, M...

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MELANCHOLY DEATH OF MR. HUSKISSON, of the opening of the Manchester railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

MELANCHOLY DEATH OF HUSKISSON, at the opening of the Manchester railway.                           The procession and engines halted at Park field, 16 miles from Liverpool, to take in water at the feeders, and, for fuel.       Notwithstanding the frequent and pointed re quest (missing) Northumbria having halted, alighted and walked in the intermediate space between the parallel lines of railway. Mr. Huskisson and Mr. Hughes (member for Queenborough) were of the number. Mr. Huskisson, after his recognition and salutation with the Duke of Wellington stood on the ground talking with some ladies in the grand car. At that moment the Rocket engine, immediately behind the Northumbria ;   the pedestrians, in the immediate space between the two lines of road, immediately, re...

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SWAN RIVER. (Contributed by a passengers in the Schooner Eagle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 February 1831

SWAN RIVER         (Contributed by a passenger in the Schooner Eagle.) A short time previous to my leaving Swan River, His Excellency Capt Stirling crossed the mainland and upon his return, stated that he found some very good land on the other side, and that there was good pastorage for all kinds of cattle. This ?? Lient/ Bull, R.N., Mr. Wright, and another gen- tleman, to undertake an expediation in the same direction where they found good soil ; and on their return confirmed the Governor's account, Lient. Bull was so much pleased with the result of his journey that he imme- diately in conjunction with Mr. Leake, en- gaged men to form a grazing farm to the east of Darling range. They set out a few days previous to my sailing. I myself have been employed in survey- ing the ?? of the township of ?? 20 miles S.E. of Freemantle, on the Can- uhigit Lvvrjohh«thfcS'ftaiiks'tdfiiwIiiolri ^bihiii - teuged t«wn;is(i4oabe.9v5rhe^iriwrishipri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

~4P - GOVERNMENT ORDER, N° 3 COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, February 9, 1831. THB Litviz-NJuKT GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct that the following Abstract of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditure for the Quarter ending 90th. September, 1830, be published for ge- neral information By His Excellency's Cömtoand, ** £, - j. BÜRNLTT. - ^Mjjfe of *e REVENUE of Van Diemen** land for the : -^f^ THIRD QUARTER rita* , ^ ^"^ii ri i i -im ? » ? J ni in i J^*y" -II CRDtHAJtY REVENUE. z*. * ~~ Duty oil Ppirits imported. *..¿9144 7 9 PitfO ditt» distilled ni the Colony.». 133 14 O 9378 I * .r ' » ' ' ^tv,s. ^Tobacco imported . 1603 l8 S Atf.îttW«ni Dnties on the importation of Goods of foreign A$ÍÍ?w....... "Mí* 4 >mmm»t.s. w 1io IPort Charges on the entry and clearance of vessels... 09 0 6 Fe« on »ne Custom-house Permits, on packages of Spirits, and Wine.landed, on Boat Licenses and on clearance of Colonial , .nd other Vessels. 1*4 l8 o^ Wareliome Charge. 801 3 io r Auction Duties. Ïû7 9 10« ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

w ANTED, a íespeetable tree Woman to lake dial ge of two Children. Apply at the office of this pdper - A yon ii* Man of high respectability wishes for a Situation in a wholesale or arespectahU retail Establishment. Anv commands left at die office of this paper for It. P. will be «Hended to. NOTICE. THE business hitherto conduct, ti here mulei the finn of '* Dawes & Hewitt." will in fu ture be cal ned on under that of " Hewitt, Gor< Ä: To " in cullinction with the House at .hydney, under the firm of" Dawes, Gore & Co." WM. IM WES. THOS. HEWITT. Hobnrt-town, I Uli. Feb 1831. FURNISHED APARTMENTS. TO BE LEI', Furnished, a Parlour and Red Room, with» Kitchen if lequired, to a res- pectable person. Apply next door to the Noah's Ark, Bathurst street. BOARD AND LODGING. A Vacancy now occurs for the accommoda- tion of two or three respectable geii'lemen, or a small family, nt Mr. Wilson's, \ traudah Cot tape, New town Road. Feb. 10.1831. CLARENCE PLAINS CHAPEL. TH...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

ANTWRRP, OCT. 4.«-The number of ho towus which have joined the revolt eir fallen No, into the possession of the rebels isas yet by an ¡ no means considerable. This place, Lou- log; vain, Liege, Namur, Malines, Ternionde, end Rlaestrieht, Nimeguen, and most others of ter Belgium, are, in a military point of view, ein the King's, and even in Ghent the troops still maintain the citadel. Mons, Alh, Bru- ges and Ostend, arc in fact the only places which have followed the example of Brus- sels, whatever may be the feeling of the peo- ple elsewhere. In Brussels, which now very naturally gives the tone to the whole country, the name of Nassau is held in execration, and Dutchman is synonymous with all that is loathsome, ferocious and vile. The mode- rate but timid party there, who still wish to keep up the connexion with Rolland, and praiit Ibe sovereignty of Belgium lo the Prince of Orange, are a mere nullity com- pared to these who clamour for a junction with France, or the still more infl...

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COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

COLONIAL PRESS. I ve --- i, nu .We have been requested to publish the to following extract from the Scotsman of the pu á?d September last. The editor is evident«-, da ly a man of no mean talents» but people is should.not reason and draw conclusions with ca . an imperfect knowledge of the circumstan- ' tri ! ces of which they treat, and it is curious to co 1 observe the deductions of even a man of na ¡sense like the present editor, from the one- b« sided information he appears to haveieeeiv-i to led of the late occurrences at Sydney. We, (w are averse to mix ourselves up in any way ( sa with the little, ephemeral, party disputations ni that from time to time must occur in all small communities, such as these remote co lonies are composed of, confining oui selves in our own journal and disquisitions lo sub- jects of moie permanent and general interest) and preferring for the most part to lay be- fore our readers an unadorned statement of i st facts, mid of the state and xicissitudes o...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1831. Arrived yesterday, the schooner Prince Regent, from Launceston, with goods. Sailed, on Monday, the bark Austin, for Calcutta, passenger Mr. John Lord. Sailed on' Tuesday, the Henry, Capt. Bunney, for London, with 9 hales wool, 98 tons bark, shipped by Mr. Cotton; 50 bale» wool by Mr. W. Cook; 21 bales wool, 40 tons bark, 33 casks black «¡I, 10 casks sperm do, 228 bundles whalebone, by Capt. Wilson; 101 bales wool, by Mr." G Rand; 101 do by Mr. Hopkins; 136* casks oil by Mr. Meredith; I case,parchment by Mr. Johnson; and 65 tons bark by Messrs Kemp and Co. Passengers Mr. Fossey, Dr. Stewart, R.N. Mr. Dring, Mrs. Bunney, ami A children. The Lan«, Capt Sutherland, sails to morrow for London, with f» bales wool shipped by Mr. Adey; J29 do, 276'casks oil bv Mr. Bethune; 26' bales Wool by Mr. £. Abbott ; 20 do. by Mr. Bisdee; 15 do bv Mr. Booster ;, 20 do by Mr. Kermode ; !0 d » by Capt. Clark ; 32 casks oil, and 46* bundles whalebone Messrs. Dawe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 February 1831

BANK OP VAN DTEMEN'S LAND. AT a General Meeting of the Proprietors of Rank Stock, held on the 7th in»t. a divi- dend of 16 per ceni. per nnnnm was declared for the half year ending 31st. December. .T. Y. LOWES, Cashier. February «Mi, 1831," MISS THOMSON respectfully begs to inform her friends of her intention of opening School on Monday the 14th iir-tnnt, for the recep- tion of a f«'w young Ladies as day-scholars. Melville-street, Feb. 4. WANTED, TWO Stone-masons and a Carpenter. They must be good workmen, and well rccomni-n ded. Apply to Messrs. J Se W. Robertson, Eli- zabeth-street, or to the undermentioned. PETER HARRISSON. Jericho, Feb. 1. ' WANTED, Tp>Y tht! T?cv. .1. Mackersey, a Young Man, as JL& an n^-i't.iiit in teaching. It is particularly required Hut he be well qualified to teach writing, Arithmetic, and Book-keeping. Application to be made by letter or otherwise to Mr. Mnckersy, Kirklands, Macquarie River. Mr. Mackersy's pupil» will re-a<.scmb!c on...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE PAINTER PUZZLED. "Draw, sir!"—OLD PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

THE PAINTEÏ« PUZZLFD Th the choice of a Subject, hy T. Hood. (From the Forget me Not, for 1831.) " Draxv. «ii !' -OLD FLAY. u Well, something must be done for May, The time is drawing nigh, To figure in the Catalogue, And woo the public eye. Something I must invent and paint ; But, oh ! mv wit is not Like one of those kind substantives That answer Who? and What? Ob. for some happy hit ! to throw The ea?cr in a trance : But pose la-there I am posed, As people say in France. In vain 1 'sit and strive to think. I find my bead, alack ! Painfully empty, still, just like A bottle-on the rack. Jn vain I task my barren brain Some nexv idea to catch, And lease my hair-ideas ¡ire shy Of* coining to the scratch.' In vain I stare upon the air, No mental vision* dawn ;. A blank my e«nva« still remains, And woise a blank-undrawn; An ' aching void' that mars my rest With ore eternal hint, For, like the litt e go< lin pace, It still keeps.crying . Tint 1' But what to tint ? A», there's t...

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