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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, At the Courier Office, Hobart town, and at the Stores of Mr. Scott, Cameron street, Launces- ton,-À vievr of CIRCULAR Head, and the Van Diemen'« land Company's Establishment at High- field, price la. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FOREMAN, at a respectable Boot and Shoemakers; he must thoroughly under- stand his business, and as liberal wages will be given, testimonials will be required as to integrity and ability. Application to be msde at Mr. Richard Clarke's corner of Melville and Elizabeth street«. Hobart town, April 14,1831._ NOTICE. WANTED-immediately, a, person as Totor, in a family 17 miles from Hobart-town. None need apply but those who can produre testi- monials as to character, sobriety, &c. Apply to Dr. Ross, Bagdad, 23d. March. LOST. ON tíie 16th March, near to Mr. Lackey's hut, Anthill's pond», 8 improved Sheep, 5 Ewes and 3 Rams, they are marked with a firebrand ou the near cheek, and the near ear has the tip round, ed off. . A reward of 3s. will...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. (R. ROSS will deliver his third Lecture on .- Pneumatics, at the Court of Requests' Room, oniMonday evening the 2d May, to com- mence at half past seven o'cloctr precisely. . .f ".. - | . J^WOOD, ^ - , Secretary.., WAN TED hy the undersigned, a young man as Shopman. J. WOOD. Liverpool street.« A Steady young Man, having a few hours to spare each day, who writes an expeditions hand and unricistands book keeping, offers his services to any mci chant or sboopkeeper requiring the same. A line addressed to XYZ. at this office will be punctually attended to. WANTED" to purchase Fifty Tons Mimosa bark of the best qnalitv, for which a li- beral pace will be given. Baily application is requested to be made to Captain Norsworthy, on boaid the John, orto W. M. ORR, < Agent. N.B. Samples of the Bark will be icquited. COTTAGE RESIDENCE TO LET. TO Let, that beautiful cnttagc and premises, top of Eliza heth street, New town load, now occupied by Mr. Rand. For pal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

COLONIAL STORE OFFICE, Hobart town, April 14,1831. REQUIRED for tlie public »ervice, the under inentiuiietl aiticle* : COLONIAL USTABLISHMBNT. Wat cud i» Ei'sliali 4 boxes. Taiile planes 3 pairs. Quills ¿,000. Medium paper t ream. Mill boards 144. Irish linen fine 3* yards Hilled deihy books, io quires each, 3. Inkstands double 12. Do. single 13. Penknives, good quality.**»,., .-, » .« . "Paperknives Mt. - / .\"> }'t ~. Marble paper IO quires. Tallow or suet I l8 lbs. Iron boilers from 20 to 26 galil. 1ft) ' ' . CboppuMj knife 1. Brass cocks I and hair Inch $. Corduroy t jucket*, for boy» from . to f« years of age. 90. Do. trowsin,oopajr. Straw batt loo. Sperm oil 40 gillens. Iron butt hinges 8 inch ti pairs. Greea baise 40 yards. Straw-hats, mens S. ' Of us, 12x106 boxes. Camp oven 1. Iron »peons 100» Drus-beaded nails for chairs 9000» Glaziers diamonds 9. Auteriea*«u%ers S4th«nd half inch li. tEraiinc-kuiveS'ii! , genders.«slated and endorsed «-Testfers* f#r SCores,''with'die p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. ' triei _____ per GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No.68, Colonial upp Secretary s Offic-, April 20,1831. of « Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- 17 i dermentioned persons : J Ames Creed. 813, Asia 2 William Wells, 739,.Woodford . Angus Ferguson, 50, Lady Castlereagh s By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. C1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 69]. Colonial I" Secretary's Office, April 20, 1831. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undeimentioned indulgences: TICKETS OF LEAVE, To Charles Dcwhirst, 504, Roslyn Castle [William Baildam, 692, Sir Godfrey Web- ster. " ' " By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT, (^ OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 70.] Colo jr nial Secretary's Office, April 20, 1831. The Ticket of "i.eavc held by John Ambronk, ßi),!Caledonia 1, has been withdrawn for gross mis conduct. Bv command of The Lieutenant Governor, J J. BURNETT. Í~Í OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. ti, Colonial T Recretniy's Office. April 19, lRSÍ. 1 he periods...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

Thb EftitfMETEft.-Mtny of our lead« coi ers way not be aware of this \ trimble inven- mr f Son of Dr. Young, for measuring the she of oc niriute particles or fibres. It is polled the soi Eriometer or wool meaaurer, from the accu-'arr racy witt» which it riieris^res the fibres of sel that staple commodity. As it would prove j eil of infinite use to our wool growers "in this tin colony, we avail ourselves of the prescht du lítase ,of (English, rieùs KV Bring so valable ' an instrument under their notice, by insert- ing toe following account of it, extracted from a late number of the Library of Useful ¿nowleâge.uHdèrlhe article Optics: " If we look at the sun, or a candle, through' a plate of-glass upon which we have gently breathed, or over which we have scat- tered panicles of dusf, or bfjuiy fine powder, we shall observe it surrounded with rings of colours. By using the seed of the Lycopodi- um, or hy placing ä drop of blood diluted with water between two jueces of glass, the rings ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

, GOODS PER RIFLEMAN. GEORGE L&NG^RD'lias received " White counterpanes' Tine Welsh flannel Ñtulius plain and figured Lawn and cambrics 'Drills, white and'brown Jeans, white and coloured Marcellas, white mnd coloured Shirking and sheeting calicoes tin« shirta with lawn bosoms Iflodèry and gloves Stombaseens, black and coloured ' Women'« and children's shoes Corduroy's and tarragons dewing »ilks and threads Curtain and bed binding* ) Black and «bite buckrams ( Old sighted spectacles Kmves, quills and pensj OoMarty.'tMwsera - \ ¡ Bracif, talton ¿f aorta «raids, and firtéy irióaamg« ,Jta«»«ort!nentdfcT>rrib< ' BOOKS, sir w. Scott's prose work? , 'G^witrls History of the Commonwealth of! . 'England} Íácfarlane's Constantinople ¡shop Heber'« Hyptns A variety of School Booka Pocket Books, Sec. &c. Proof muskets WithWyifttéts A general assortment ef brushes. &a &c. &c. f April 11,1851. JORGILL, Tailor, Argyle-street, desires to . return...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 April 1831

The Courier. 8ATURDAY. APRIL 23, 1831.     Sailed on Monday the 18th. the ship Red \ Rover, Robt. C. Christie, commander,$for |on Sydney, with 200 chests & 100 half do. tea, anr 22 tons salt, shipped by Wm. Wilson, esq. Mr jo kegs tobacco, 15 cases muskets, and 30 bli« tons salt, Kemp & Co. Passengers-Capt. ab( Armstrong, E. I. C's. service, Lieut. Hoi- bec man, R. K., Dr. Osborne, R. N" A. Bax- for ter, esq., Simeon Lord, esq., Chas. Gore, (hi1 esq., Messrs. Hodson, Mackie, and Walker, eitl and a detachment of 135 of the 17th regt. an( 24 women and 32 children; also, John |ati Pritchard, Wm. Isaac Smith, and Charles wc| Bradbtirn, prisoners absconded from ,1e, New South Wales ; John Joy, James Mor- esc rison. gla Sailed on the Iflh for Singapore, the ship sen Drunimore, Capt. Petrie. sol The Lion is at last fairly equipped for sea, eal and sails positively to-morrow morning for j0] England. We have to apologise to our readers for an omissio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

IMPOUNDED, A T the Sidling hills, Black Marsh, by Mr. Bis X1l< dee, at tile White hills' Harm, 1 ewe, tip off both ear«, hole in right ditto. 1 ewe, tjp oil' both ears, a notch front and back of right ear. . I wether, tip off both ears, two slits do. right. 1 wether, notch in front of l*ft ear, no brand. 1 ewe, illegible brand on the face. 1 ewe, a slit in each, ear, illegible bland rig»* «ide the face 1 ewe,'scollop out of the left car, illegible brand leftside the face. 1 wether, notch in front of left ear, split in right , 1 ¡dark, ginger co*, white, back and belly, bt80" ded JP near rump. 'If the aboye animals be not claimed and re- deemed'within the time allowed by law, they will "be sold I hy- me at the said pound 'on Wednesday (the, 4th. of, Alfiy 1841, according,to the provi- sions of the impounding act. M." JONES, Poundkeeper. Printed and Published ai tiu Hobuif Town Com« ' Ottice, \n Liberpool-street, by JAMES ROS!>t of'Ldcerpo'ul street,*aforesaid. sprite on...

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House of Lords, Monday Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

House of Lords, Monday Nov. 29. Lord Wynford »aid, that he rose for ' the purpose of giving notice, that he would to- morrow move for leave to bring in a bill lo lesson the expense of legal proceedings. He w*uld take this opportunity of asking a ques- tion of (he noble earl at the head of the Go- vernment, whose speech the other night, he must say, he bad heard with the utmost sa- tisfaction, and particularly that part of it which related to the distressed state of the country. With regard to the distresses un- der which the country unhappily laboured, he begged to ask the noble earl if he were prepared to institute any inquiry into .the causes and the extent of those distresses, with the view of alleviating them ? He begged further to ask, whether it was the intention of his Majesty's Government to confer on magistrates such additional powers as might enable them to quell those disturb- ances which had now grown to so serious a height in various parts of the country ? Earl Grey fel...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

Cbc Courier. SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1831.     Sailed, on Thursday for Launceston, the schooner, Prince Regent, Capt. Hassell, with a general cargo, for Messrs. J. Archer, the Rev. R. B. Claiborne, Brown & Davis, W Walkinshaw, Cook and Sherwin, Captain Smith, F. Champion, Kennedy, Jackson, Coramv. Yeoland, Ralston, Cameron, Ander- son & Houghton. The Resource, Captain Smith, is expected to clear in a few days for London, and the Merope, J. G. Briggs, commander, for Eng- land via Sydney & the Mauritius about Sun- day. The prices of colonial produce continue nearly the same as quoted in our hat. Hay has become more scarce, and has rather ri- sen iii price. Fresh butter and eggs are also scanty in the market, the former at 3s. 6d. a lb. and the latter at 3s. a dozen. Some considerable sales of tolerably fat sheep have been effected during the week at from 8s. to Os. a head. By the arrival of the prison ship Lord Li- verpool at Sydney, commun...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

CORNWALL BANK. A meeting of the Proprietors will bp holden at the Bank, on Monday the 2nd. day of May nt-xt. for the purpose of declaring the Half-yearly Dividend and electing Directors in the room of Messrs* Laurence, Thomson, Barnes, James Rei bey, and Cox, who go out by rotation, and of Mr. Thomas Williams who has resigned. Gentlemen intending to offer themselves as candidates are re- quested to signify such intention to the Cashier on or before the 24th. instant, JAMES RANKEN, Cashier. Launceston, April 9, 1831. WANTED, A Young Lad, who can be well recommended, J\ as an apprentice to the Boot and Shoe» malling, tanning and cutrying bushes«. Apply to W. SHERWIN. Top of Liverpool street, . April 28,1831.* CHALLENGE   MR. OAKES, of Redlands, in the County of Buckingham, challenges the whole Island to produce a stall-fed Beast of greater beauty and weight than one of his, born and bred in the said County-twenty pounds on beauty, and twenty pounds on weight, to be shewn ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

WANTED, npHREE pair of good Sawyers, to whom libo JL ral encouragement w'H be given. Apply to JACKSON & ADDISON, Elizabeth street. April 29 1831. WANTED TO PURCHASE. FIVE Hundred 2 year old bleeding EWES, and 3 pair of comí working Bullocks. Enquire at this Office, ' ! WANTED. A Working Overseer, who perfectly nnder^ stands the management of a farm in all its branches. None need apply who cannot have a good character from his last employer. Inquire of the Printer. LOST, ( . ON Sunday last, the 24th instint. on the New Norfolk road, between the Hush Inn, (Mrs. Hridger's) and Hobart town, a bra^s cap ufa «ig. Whoever finds the sanie, and biings it to this office will be rewarded. April 28,1831. FOUND, N Davey street, A WATCH. The owner may have it on paying the expenses by apply- ing to the printer. FOUND, ON the New town road, a WATCH and Ap- pendages ; the o\vn»r may have it on pay- ing the expenses, on application at the Police Office, Brighton. . QUICKSETS and "HAWS. , FOR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. By His Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its   dependencies, tfc.   WHEREAS, by the Act or Ordinance, inti- tuled " An Act to regulate the impounding of Animals for trespass, and for other       purposes relating thereto," it is enacted, that it shall be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to erect and establish public pounds for the impounding of animals therein for trespass, and instead of such pounds or any of them, to substitute others, and appoint keepers of all such pounds, and any of such Poundkeepers to displace as to him may seem meet : Now, Therefore, I do by this my Proclamation direct and proclaim that the several Pounds   er places commonly used as Pounds at present erected, or which shall within one month from the date hereof be erected for the purpose of being     used as pub...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 April 1831

The following from the pen of a corres- pondent will be interesting to our townsmen, ¡ at this time, when the subject engrosses sp much of the public attention : "The utility of suggesting some practi- cable means of supplying the inhabitants of Hobart-town with pure and wholesome wa- tery tias for some time occupied my atten- tion. I beg to submit, for the consideration of the inhabitants, the following plan, viz : That ah extensive reservoir be cut on the summit of the hill situated at the extreme south-west part of the town (that hill being, I believe, ihe most elevated in the immediate vicinity of the town). To convey the water from the rivulet to supply the reservoir to that elevated situation wiíl require a line of pipes of the extent of three miles, which pipes should be at least 14 inches in diame- ter. That object being accomplished, pipes of a 'smaller calibre, say about 3 inches in the bore, would be employed for the purpose of distributing the water into every part of th...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. At the Mechanics' institution on Monday evening Dr. Boss continued his lectures on the subject of Pneumatics, and although the weather was wet and unfavourable, a very considerable audience was assembled, especially of the junior members of the com- munity. After recapitulating the several points of his former lectures, Dr. Ross went on to illustrate the principles of that useful instrument the barometer. He pointed out that the atmosphere which is about 840 times lighter than water, forms a covering or stratum round the earth of about 50 miles in height, and pressing upon it with the weight of 15 lbs to every square inch; but owing to its elasticity the lower regions of this air were much more dense and compact than the higher ones, as the more we ascend from the surface of the earth, the more we reduce the incumbent weight of air above us, and the rarer and lighter the atmosphere becomes, so that if the whole floating 50 miles of atmosphere were com- presse...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

i WANTED. A Young or middle aged Female, free to the colony who is able and willing to make lier self useful in the general business of a family, not including any laborious occupation. A liberal re- muneration would be made for the services of such a person, but the most satisfactory references will be scrupulously required. Application to be made personally, or by letter, to Mr. Lindley, New Nor- folk ; or to Mrs. Rocher, Murray street, Hobart town. WANTED, THREE pair of good Sawyers, to whom libe- ral encouragement w»ll be given.N Apply to , JACKSON & ADDISON, Elizabeth street. April 29.1831. ' WANTED TO PURCHASE. FIVE Hundred 2 year old breeding EWES, aud 3 pair of pond working Bullocks. Enquire at this Office, WANTED. A Working Overseer, who perfectly under- stands the management of a farm in all its branches. None need apply who cannot have a good character from his last employer. Inquire of the Printer. WANTED to purchase Fifty toni 'Mimosa bark of the best qnalitv, f...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

NEW ZEALAND. In a savage state of society, such as New Zealand now is, every man is either a robber, or the victim of robbery: it is a scene of universal violence and depredation. Yet this is what some writers call the reign of absolute liberty. It is the absolute liberty of the strong to tyrannize as they choose over the weak-which is exactly the defini- tion of an absolute despotism.   Without protective institutions, such a country is also without all those things which are calculated to flourish under their protection. No arts or manufactures, or next to none-no general distribution of the people into trades or professions-no diffu- sed appearance of regular industry-no com- merce, domestic or foreign-no coin or other circulating medium ;-these are a few of the more conspicuous deficiences that must strike even the most ignorant observer of sa- vage life, who has been accustomed to ano- ther condition of society. They will force   themselves upon his at...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

¿THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 77.] Colo nial Seiretarv's Office. May 4, 1831. A Duplicate Ticket of Leave has been granted to Michael McMahon, per Minerva, the original having been lost. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, , , J. BURNETT. <"1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 78]. Colonial ~M Secretary's Office, May *, 1831. Tlie Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgence : TICKET OF LEAVE, To William Cowling, alias Deacon, 220, per Dromedary. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No.79, Colonial   Secretary' s Office, May 4, 1831.   Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons : Wm. Pemberton, 375, Lady East John Mathers, 515 do.   Thomas Branson, 834. Sir Charles Forbes   Peter Williamson, 638, do.   Mathew Horton. 311. do.   Thomas Small, 685, Princess Charlotte Caroline Vantileur, 5, Henry. Bv command of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

WANTED, A HOUSEMAID. A [free Woman, who (.»mu fice to the colony, * and h ho cm have a good thaiactir. \p ply at the Chief Justice's. WANTED TO RENT. A Small Cottage, or two unfurnished npirt ments, with accommodations foi a sei vaut For »articulais inquire of the tiudei-igned J. WOOD, Liverpool Street._ WANTED. TWO or three good needle women who will find constant employment, and liberal Wages, Apply to Mrs ShacIJack, Davey «ticcr. TO AGRICULIURISIS. WANTED b\ the Van Dieineii's land Cuin pany a Superintendent to manage th- n Agi ¡cultural Establishment and Stock ut Cn cahir heul. He will be provukd with a comfortable and contentent house, a Hording aLcommod.ition for a small îespectnble fnmdv, a servant maintain- ed at the expense of the Company, hoi vc«, ¿v.o. The salary will be made ni some degiec com inmsitiate with the qualifications of the peison en- gaged. ' In the event of a competent Siipeimtcndent not being engaged, awoitving Overseer will be wan- ted. ; The undersigned w...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 May 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1831. Arrived on Tuesday the 3d. instant, the bark Gambia 214 tons, B. Ireland, com- mander, from the Mauritius 9th March, with a cargo of sugar and other goods. Passenger, H. Hoskins, esq. Arrived on Monday the 2d inst. the ship Eliza, 342 tons, John Weddell, esq. com- mander, from London 28th August, Swan river 17th April, with a general cargo of goods, passengers Mr. and Mrs. Gaunt and 4 children, Miss Hudson, Miss Connoll, Miss Jackson, Mr. Green, Mr, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wright and 2 children, Mr. Fen- ning, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Drewall, Mr. Hum- pelby and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Lacey and 4 children, Mr. Starkey, Mr. Firth, Messrs. Wilkinson, Trig, Forward, Boston, Walker, Hill, Tennyson, Price, Norton. The ship Burrell had dropped down the Tamar, to take in wood and water on her way to London. The only arrivals at Launceston last week were the Friendship and the Fanny from Cir- cular head, passengers E. Curr, esq. and Mr. Whitesides. The schooner R...

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