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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

TO THK PUBLIC. MESSRS. E. STUCK I?It & J. WFAVELL having taktnand refitted the Derwent Auction Mart and premises, anti commenced bimi ness as announced in a recent advertisement, now beg leave more fully to make known tu their Friends and the Public, the plan arranged for the convenient accommodation and disposal of Stork and other propeity, which may be entrusted to them upon commission and agency. That both lui yet» and selléis of live stock ni.iy depend upon supplies and purchaser» on fined dajs, Messrs. Stocker and Weavell will hold a periodical sale of live »tocV ah f »Hows : Honied Cattle, Sheep, Swine, ¡fe. The first Thursday in each Month. ¡ ' Horses, The second Saturday in eacli Month. Of Goods and Effect« generally, A weekly Sa e will tike place ever«, Wednesday. In addition to their Auction Cniiiiis-ion«, Messrs, S. «S: W. will receive colonial produce fur private sale, and will execute at the best hand the commissions of their friends fi>r all putcha«cs. The A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

CMRFNCE PLAINS CH\PEL. THE inhabitants of Cla'cnce plain* favourable to the erection of a ' Impft of the Establish- ed riturch. in this district, aro rrqne«icd »o meet in the rnom where Divine herviré is now perform* ed, on ' ne-div the 1ft of Match n- xf, at noon for the purpose <>f . onsidering the best means of car- rying tha' ohjert into «met. MF.CHWICS' INSTITUTION. TVU, RO^S will deliver a I.ectuie on PNFU I " MAI les in tlie Court of Requests Room, on Mnnd'v the 28th ii»(. at 7 o'clock in the evening preei«elv. Mrmher« fo* the present inav obtain Tickets fnr themselves and ftiends on app'ication to the Se crctary at Ins house. J. WOOD, Sec. Feb. 16, 18.11. THE Agriculturists of Bagdad Bri»lirnn and the sim minding district* are solicited to meet at the Crown Inn, bagdad, on Vnndnv the 2t«-1 dav of February, to take into consideration ti.»- chartering of a ve«sel and «nhsrrihint? towards loridini? her with W heat for exportation, &tc. Februarv 9.1831. "iR...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

Cîje Courier. y SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19, I8S1. ^Arrived on Sunday the 13th inst. the schooner Enterprise, 55 tons, Capt. John Gilbert from Sydney, 30th Jan. with pari pargo of merchandize-passengers Mr. Steel and servant, and Mr. Maycock. Sailed on Monday the ship Sovereign, Cap!. M'Kellar, for Sydney, with the part of her original cargo and passengers intend- ed for that port, also Mr. Crombie of this place. The schooner Eagle is now clearing for Swan River and sails tomorrow. In iht? Derwent 19»h of Feb. lS31,--the Medway and Lion loading for Lontton ; transport ship John, bark Clarence fitting out for the fishery ; schooners Eagle, Aus- tralian, Industry, Enterprise, Prince Regent, Tasmanian Lass, and Elizabeth Henrietta. The brig Guide, Capt. Ashmore, sailed last week from Launceston with sugar and other goods for Sydney, and the Persian, Capt. Plunkett, with colonial produce fur England, with 590 bales of wool, 210 tons» acacia bark, ox hides and opossum skins. Passengers-Mrs. Pl...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

SYDNEY. J5y liSe arrival of the schooner Enterprise from ^thjey we have received one number **f the Australian newspaper, dated January 28. His Excellency Governor Darling was on a tour through the interior, and at the date of the departure of the vessel was re- viewing the country on the holders of the Hunter's river. The Venerable Archdea- con Broughton wa« also on a tour in the .ante direction. Wheat was 4s. 9d to 5s. 6d a bushel. We make the following ex- tracts :-. Mr. Baxter resigned his office of Attorney General on Munday last, and as the Go- vernor has not yet returned to town, or if apprised of Mr. Baxter's resignation tho' up the country, has hot nominated an actina successor» the Criminal business of the Court is ata staiid still. The Lord Rodney spoke the Elizabeth, Collins, about six weeks since, with 2,Î00 barrels of oil on board, in the midst of fish, and catching them very fast. The native youth are usually cognominated J (\i * Corn Stalks,' indicative - we suppose ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

THE Dt.RVVENT BVNK. TENDERS for the erection of a Banking Hou e, will be received, on or b". foie tb< I5th ol' .Maicb, liy the Managing Director, in Da vey-slreet where pians and «pecificatious of the ork may be seen. WOOL BAGGING. JUT arrived peí ' zar, ami now on Sale at líir stores ot the undersigned, a quantity of 4s: inch twill led Wool Bagging. ' JOHN KERR & CO. WANTS a situation as Overseer or Storekeep- er, a young man who has bren, t«vo years in the colony. Application t« tie made to S. VVil» liamson, Elizabeth st llobait town. WANTED, A good toned and vr> aim-titsl «qunri' or cabinet PIANO FORTE An* p..r«on baring one ni dispose of will meit with a purobatrr t>¡ applying to Mr. L-wis, Miirqn»rie K1. ( .. Hobaiutn»*!., Felt.'17. 1831. HHEAPJVEVT AND VEGETARLE MART. H BAYNTON, beg* «o acquaint the 1'nli . lie in general, that they can be «npplicd with the best Heel'and Mutton, at ä pence per pound, al his Mart in the Maikct place, as well a» veaut bl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 February 1831

* ÏHE tt**.¿J»TT£ OF THIS DAY CONTAINS, j fcoVERÜiltEVT ORDER, fVo.4) Colonial SecretatVs Office, ,. Feb. 31, 1831. A Lb Convicts holding Ticket« of ljeave,t.are directed to appear o,n «atnrdav the ?6th of Msrch next, at the Police OTireof the district, in ?which tiley >espectiv*lv reside, for the purpose of keimr mustered hy the Police Magistrate. This course has been adopted in order to obviate the necessity of men holding tickets of leave pro- ceeding to liot>-rt town and I atinrestón, periodi- cally, as wa? foriner'y required ; and i' is expect «d. that the enttrse «j hieb i? now directed, tog'tb ,»r willi tia«» Dbtritt Muster prescribed by tlte ex- isting R^egul-tion?. will cn -b'e the Polie"- Magis- trate? accurately to ascertain the occupation, ha bits and connexion? of everv individua1 of a c'as« Of men wh>eh the Lieutenant Governor confident y trusts i? useful to the communitv, and who bv a conti' nance of their pond conduct v.hich obtain, ed for them the indrdirer...

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THE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

THE ADDRESS; On Tuesday the Gentlemen deputed at the General Meeting held in the Court house some weeks ago, waited on the Lieutenant Governor with the Address which was voted at the time. It wa» presented by Mr. Kemp, Mr M'Lachlan, Mr. Horrie, Mr. Hackett; Mr Gatehouse, and Mr. Dunn on the part of Capt Wood, who we regret to say was unalile to attend owing to a fall which he had from his horse, to which His Excellency vi as pleased to reply as follows: GENTLEMEN, The Address of the Landholders, Mer chants, and Colonists of Van Diemen's land, -declaratory of your serious apprehen- sions from the danger to which that part of the community is exposed, which is resident in the interior, from the dreadful atrocities of the Aboriginal Natives, and testifying your cordial approval of the general efforl which has been made to capture these sava- ges, or expel them from the settled districts, I receive willi great satisfaction. The expression of your sentiments on this occasion is, indeed, ...

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THE WHALE. (From the Treatise on Animal Life by Professor Leslie, in the 'Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in the Polar seas and regions,' just published). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

THE WHALE. (From the Treatise on Animal Life by Pro- fessor Leslie, in the * Narrative ot Disco- very and Adventure in the Polar seas anti regions,'just published). Among the cetaceous tribes the chief place is due to the whale, of all animals 'mightiest that swim the ocean stream ' Enormous as his bulk is, rumour and the love of the marvellous have represented it as being at one time much greater, and the ex- isting race as only the degenerate remnant of mightier ancestors. Mr. Scoresby, however, by collecting various good authorities, has proved that 66* feet was always neatly the utmost length of the mvsticelus, or great Greenland whale. Of 322 individuals, in the capture of which that gentleman was concerned, none occurred of a leugih exceed- ing 58 feet ; and he gives no credence to any rumour of a specimen which exceeded 70 feet. Even 60 feet implies a weight of 70 tons, being nearly that of 300 fat oxen. Of this vast mass, the oil in a rich whait *| composes about 30 tons, an...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1831.   Sailed on Tuesday the 22nd instant, the ' schooner Eagle, Capt. George Sim lair, for ' Swan river, with an assorted cargo of mer- chandize and colonial produce, shipped by Mr. Stocker, among which are 200 bushels oats, 200 do. bran, 138 do. barley, a consi- derable quantity of apples, potatoes, carrots, ¡onions, malt, hops, &c; also a printing 'press and types. Supercargo Mr. John Weavell. The bark Thomas Lawrie, Capt. Lang- don, R.N. arrived at Launceston last week from England, with a cargo of live stuck, stores, and passengers, chiefly for the Van Diemen's land Company, and part for Hobart town and Launceston, in all 74 passengers. This vessel brings news to the end of Sep- tember, filling up the blank of some weeks previous to the bailing of the John and So- vereign. She ¡s daily expected at Hobart town to load for England. The brig Hind, also, and the Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, have returned to Launceston from Sydney,...

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JURIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

JURIES. We extract the following interesting and instructive passage on the original institu- tion of juries from the first volume of Sir James Mackintosh's History of England, just published: " Among the most important circtimstan stances. which united the knights with the burgesses was the perfect resemblance in the mode of their trial for offences. All commoners were tried by a jury of twelve men. 'he highest knight was subject to this jurisdiction ; and the lowest free man, if not serf, was entitled to its protection. There are scarcely any authentic materials for I'I eirly history. It S-'ems most probab- ly to have arisen from the confluence of several causes. Perhaps the first concep- tion of it may have been suggested Tjy the very simple expedient of referring a cause by the county court to a select committee of their uutnber, who were required to be twelve, for no reason or even cause that has been discovered. In criminal cases it ap- pears, front the laws of the barbarians,...

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NAVIGATION OF THE TAMAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

NAVIGATION OF THE TAMAR. Several very useful improvements have lately been made by (be government under the direction of Capt. Welsh, to facilitate the navigation of the Tamar, and we have great pleasure in publishing the following willi a copy of which we have been favoured, with which it is necessary that the public, espe- cially those connected with shipping should be made acquainted : ' A Beacon with a broad Vane on the top has been fixed on that dangerous reef called the Hebe reef, bearing from the Flag-staff on Low head, W. 2 degrees S. distance about 34- miles, also on the sunken lock within the head called the Barrel rock, with a broad sheet of tin facing the western chan- nel, and painted white. There is a good and *afe passage between the beacon on the Hebe reef and Point Flinders, the soundings 7, IO and 14 fathoms to sail through, for which the following remarks may be of serv ice. 'The beacon on the Hebe reef is placed upon the extreme western point of the shoal; ships ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

ASSIGNED SERVANTS. THE undersigned in returning thanks to the Gentlemen in tlie interior who li a ve so long been pleased to employ linn as their Ag< nt in town foi forwntiling assigned aervants, is reluc- tantly compelled, owing to the state ot hi» health, to decline the ditty, at least r»i the present, until he can discharge it with more satisfaction to him- self and attention tu their inteic«ts. JAMES ROSS. Courier Office, Liverpool street, Feb. 25,1831. -.SITUATION WANTED, AS Overseer of a Farm, a Man with a Wife and Family (two of whom would be found to be tuend) who perfectly understands every branch of practical farming, and can be well re- commended by Isis Master, whose service he is abuut te leave, the period of his engagement being nearly expired. Inquire at the Courier Office. NURSERY MAID. WANTED a respectable young Woman in the above capacity. No one need apply but who ran bring good testimonials and caine free to the colony. Application to be made at tilt D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

THE DERWENT BANK. TENDERS for the erection of a Banking House, will be received, on or before the 15th of March, by the Managing Director, in Da vey-street. where plans and specifications of the work may be seen. CLARENCE PLAINS CHAPEL. THE inhabitants of Clarence plains favourable to the erection of a Chapel of the Establish- ed Church, in this district, are requested to meet in the room where Divine Service is now perform- ed, on Tuesday the 1st of March next, at noon for   tbe purpose of considering the best means of cur- rying that object into effect. MECHANICS' INSTITUTION, DR. ROSS will deliver a Lectuie on Puru MATics in the Court of Requests-Room, on M»nd»y the 28th ins), at 7 o'clock in the evening .precisely. Members for the present may obtain Tickets for   themselvcs and friends on application to the Se-     cretary at his house.         J. WOOD, Sec. Feb. 16, 18.11. ' ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

, Tris GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 39.] Colo- nial Secretary's Offioe. Feb. 85. 1831. Mr. Robinson having in the cours« of the expedition from which be bas recently returned, succeeded In making known to many of the Aboriginal Tribes; in Tarions paris of the Island, the friendly Intentions of the Government towards thero, The Lieutenant Go« vernor is desirous to engage the services of a few re .peotable persons to aid in similar conciliatory mea- sures. Soch individuals therefore as are disposod to un- dertake this diffii ult and important enterprise, and Îipsseis tbe qualifications arid devotion essential for he service, will be so good as to communicate their intrntious to the Colonial Secretary. It, is proposedjihat one Mission should be made tn tbe Tribes resident un the Western Coast amongst whom it is desirable to distribute some presents ; as these natives have not manifested the same vindictive feeling, as the Tribes oo the Eastern coast have done, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 February 1831

IMPOUNDED, AT the public Found, Bagdad, by Mr. K. Pe- ter's, Mh. February, itt31, damages 5s, I dark blown working Mullock, branded on the oil thigh and shoulder with the tetter It. If this animal be not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by law, ii will be sold ?y nie at the said lound,on Wednesday the 10th . lay of March lb31,-according to theprovisious ot the Impounding Act GEORGE ARMYTAGE, Poundkeeper. Dated this 9th day of February, I63l JUST arrived per Sovereign, and to be sold at the CourUr office, Livcipool street,- I I'OlKET BIBLIS iu elegant binding. j IMPOUNDED, AT the puhlic pound, Ballo*li>le, district of Oatlands by Thomas Parramore, Esq. cf the Macquarie river, on the loth inst 7ew.s tip tif lett ear. quarter out back of rieht do. biaud t on tin- face. 1 do »ame ear mark and brand on the face? whirl a brand thus 1 left fide nos«-. 2 do. same car mark, with a notch in front ri»ht ' car t on lace, A left cheek. ° 1 do. qnaiicr out back, cnt in bnck and bof...

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SUPREME COURT, Tuesday March the 1st. 1831. BILTON V. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 March 1831

SUPREME COURT, Tuesday March the 1st. 1831. BILTON v. SMITH. it is not easy to convey to any one unac- quainted with law, or its terms, a very intel- ligible account of the decision in this ca.se, but the matter may be in ellect sufficiently explained thus: B\ law, any conveyance, to a man, of land, unaccompanied bj simultaneous actual possession by him of that land, is (ami al- ways was) void. The ordinary common I.Woonveyance, was therefoie ,(and still ii) one called a froffment ; to give effect to which, corporal delivery of the land, upon the laud itself, or in sight of it, is necessary. This mode of transfer, obviously tended to prevent fiaudulent or clandestine COM voyan- ces ; hythe notoiiety, vrliidi, to a ceilain extent, nvcossatily, attended a change of possession. It therefore became oojrction able, to nil persons wh,o desired secrecy in their ttatisfers of bind ; and so, by various mearfs, it Ml'in process* of time greatly into disuse' fleiu-ouiose the conveyance ttMinee...

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

WILLIAM the FOURTH, hy the Grace of,   God, of the United-Kingdom of Great ßri-     tain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth,   In the Admistration of Granville John Griffith, late of Hobart town in Van Diemen's land, Sur-   geon, deceased, to the next of kin, and to aII   Christian people,           GREETING: WHEREAS, it hath been represented to our Supreme Court that the said Granville John Griffith, deceased in his life-time, a short time previous to his decease, made his will by word of mouth in the presence of four credible witnesses and thereby gave and bequeathed his property to William Russell of Hobart town, in Van Diemen's land, aforesaid, Mariner, who had applied to our suid Supreme Court, for Probate thereof.   You and each of you are therefore hereby cited and warned that you be and appear in our s...

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

BANK OF VANDIEMEN'S LAND. THE Proprietors of Bank Stock are hereby re quested to pay np the full amount of their Shares by three instalments of 124 per cent, each as follows, viz.-On the 30th. March, 30th. June, and 30th. September next, agreeably to a resolu- tion passed at the General Meeting held on the 7th instant. T. Y. LOWES, Secretary. * THE DERWENT BANK. TENDERS for the erection of a Banking House, will be received, on or before the J5th of Mardi, by the Managing Director, in Da vey-street, where plans and specifications of the work may be seen. WANTS A SITUATION. A Young Gentleman, lately arrived in the colo Hy, who has been to Swan river.-Is capa- ble of undertaking the superintendence of a Farnv ingestablishment, and understands the management of a Mill, having been accustomed to the business of a-MillerV Apply to the Printer. *' ' SUGAR «* LION, ON sale at the Stores of the undersigned the CARGO of the brig LION, consisting of the finest Isle of France SUGAR ever importe...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 March 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1831. Arrived ou Saturday the 26th February, the brig Celia, 211 tons, Capt. Wm. Christie, from the Mauritius 1st January, with a   cargo of sugar. This vessel proceeded on her voyage to Sydney on Monday the 281h Feb. without breaking cargo. Arrived on Sunday the 27th Feb, the schooner Resolution, Capt. Lancey, from Launceston, willi a cargo of wheat, wool, hides, &c. Arrived on Sunday the 27th February the bark Merope, 311 tons, Capt. George Parkyns, from Canton 30th December, with a   cargo of tea, sugar, tobacco, silks, &c. Passengers, R. W. Poe, Esq. Capt. Armstrong, of the Bengal Service, Lieut. Holman,   R.N. Arrived on Monday the 28th Feb. the ship Drummore, 293 tons, Capt Peter Petrie, from Leith 19th July, Cape of Good Hope   20th Nov. Port Louis 25th Dec. and Swan river 10th Feb. with a general cargo of mer- chandise, consigned chiefly to Messrs. Kemp & Co. the Austr...

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

iî! f. Ü xzwrr. OF riïis i) iv CONTA J NÍÍ Í ff lOVRliNJIENT NOTICE, rN". 43-1 Colo- I \T5" nial Seercliny's Office, Mai cb 2, 183]. The Lit utcnant'Governor has been _ cased to rl nppiove of the appointment of James Freeman, r 33?. Bengal Merchant, to be a Javelin Man, vioo t Daiiiel Pennington. _n Bv His'Excellency's command, , n "J. BURNETT. ; i ... :-. 'f GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 44-Coloninl ! Secretary's O (Roe, March 2, 1831. ¡J John Bolding, 290, Guildford, has been deprived I of his Ticket of Leave for riotous and scandalous conduct. By command of tho Lieutenant Governor, - J. BURNETT. ("1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 41]. Colonial IT Secretary's Office, March 2, 1831. Certificates of freedom have been giantcd lo the un- dermentioned persons : Sjmnel Raiubird, 3S9, Chapman Nicholas Long, 323, Princess Char'ottc "Wü'iam Green, 43 i, Medina Barnard Carrin, 73, Minerva Tilomas Oakley, 55, Phoenix 2 X .ITntrh Mnlkcran, 93, Latly Castlereagh John Carter, 580, Sir Godfrey Webster. By His ...

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