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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 83.] Colo- nial Secretary's Office. May li. 1831. The periods for which the undermentioned per« .oat were transported, expiring at the date placed opposite their respective names, Certificates of their Freedom may be obtained, at that or any sub- sequent period, upon application at this Office, or .t that of the Police Magistrates in the interior : Edward William Edwards, 152, Princess Charlotte, May 17^1831. John Newton, 22, Lady East, do. By command of The Lieutenant Governor/ J. BURNETT. Í1OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 85-Colonial T Secretary's Oflioe, May 4,1831. Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un- dermentioned betweeu the 4th and 11th of May Í831 : Joseph Rae, 56, Lady Castlereagh. Charles Mackay. 263, Juliana. Joseph Haigh, 696, Woodman. John Wise. 741, Woodford "By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. N...84, Colonial Secretary s Offic», May 12,1831. Certificates of freedom have been gra...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. MAY 14, 1831 Arrived on Monday the 9th. instant the convict ship America, Robert Donald, esq. commander, from London 6th. January, with, 186 females. Passengers, Mr. Capon, Chief Constable of the Island, Mr. and Mrs. Davies, Surgeon and Superintendent, Dr. Thomson, R. N. ; brings also some Commis- sariat stores. Arrived on Saturday the Funchal, Capt. Dalgarno, with goods from London 4th of January. Arrived on Tuesday the 10th. the schoon- er Tula, Capt. Biscoe, bound to New Zea- land, being obliged to put into this port in consequence of sickness among the crew, several of whom died at sea. The Rifleman did not leave the River for Sydney till Sunday with cargo, &c. as given in our last. The Thomas Lawrie, Capt. Langdon is clearing at the Custom-house to proceed to Launceston to complete her lading for Lou don. The ship Mary, Captain Jamison, arrived safe at Loudon from this port on the 14lh. Dec. Mr. Rand who went home in that vessel, as also Mr. Charl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

TO BE SOLD, rBy private Contract. AFoir Wheeled Carriage, m*y be drawn by one or two horses, with a pair of extra -»mall wheels when required for ponies. A hand- some Bet of harness for one hone will be sold with it. Apply to the Printer. WANTED. A Shepherd.-A free rear», capable of nnderta king theare oin «mall flock of sheep, will hear of a good situation by applying to 8 J. B1RCHALL. { Friendly Farm, Pittwater, \ Hay 9,1331. WANTED, A HOUSEMAID. A [free Woman, who came free to the colony, and who can have a good character. Ap- ply «t tile Chief Justice's. , , _ ., W ANTED. TWO or three good needle women who will find constant employment, andjiberal Tragas. Apply to Mrs. Shacklack, Davey street. A Free or Ticket of Leave Man of good elm . racter, wl'o understands Fencing and Rough Carpentering, may hear of employment by applying at the office of this paper. WANTED, THREE pair of good Sawyers, to whom libe- ral encouragement w»l| be given. Apply to JACKSON & ADDISON, Elizab...

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House of Commons, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

House of Commons, December 23. Mr. Hume moved for a return of colonial     pensions, civil and military, granted since the year 1815, with the names of the in- dividuals receiving them, and stating the length of service. The Hon. Member ex- pressed a hope that his Majesty's Government would pay especial attention to the colony of New South Wales, in which great dissatis- faction at present existed against the local Government. He would recommend the appointment of a Council to assist the Go- vernor. With respect to the Press of that colony, he knew that heavy complaints were made against the proceedings of the Govern- or. There had been no less than 11 pro- secutions for libels, brought by the Govern- ment of that colony against the proprietors of a newspaper established there, since which prosecutions seven actions had been successfully brought against the Sydney Gazette, the Government paper, by the par- i b ties. He understood that the learned Judge who ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

ON Sale at the Store* of the undersigned, Isle of France SUGAU, of remarkably good quality. * ' . "" AND. CROMBIE. GREAT SATING. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES, Ai,f\"ic striât« MORRISON, NOLAN, àr Co. take leave to inform their friends and the public, that they have received by the lastest arrivals, a choice collection of J Ladies Leghorn hats Gentlemen's wearing apparel Beaver and «ilk hats Counterpanes, blankets Prints, calicoes Hosiery, and «lops of the best description Teas, and sugars at unusually low prices. The propiictors retain their sincere thanks for the liberal cncouiagement they have received since their commencement in business and beg to say, they will continue to sell at such pi ¡ces as will insure a sime of public patronage, and aie satisfied such advantages as they hold out have not Iiitlioi to been met w i til, and cannot be sur- passed by any othir establishment in town. COLONIAL STAFF BUTTONS. T. LIGHTFOOT, HAS received hy the rumbul a few set», of W,U and Cio»n H...

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WALTER BUCHANAN'S Price Current of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land Produce and Exports, &c. No. 4, Leadenhall Street, London, 24th Dec. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 May 1831

'WALTER BUCHANAN'S Price Current of New Bouth Wales and Van Die men'« JLtmd Produce and Exports^ t¡t. No. 4, Leudenhall Street, London, 24th Dec. 1830. Wool*-During the last months of 1829 symptoms of improvement in this article «ere visible, and it was truly gratifying to obserte the rapid increase, both in price and demand, throughout the whole of this Spring a&d Summer. The prices, since September, for such as are worth 164. and upwards per lb., have slightly receded, but the wools have not in the least lessened in the estima- tion of the manufacturers, but rather the contrary, as they,find tbem to make up soft- er, and smaller faced silky cloths than any other ; and as the stock is not large, and the manufactures, except of the finest cloths, are in full play, prices will probably conti- nue steady next year. The lower qualities have, throughout, fetched higher rates in proportion, than the finer flocks. The New South Wales wools have generally been more adapted to cloth...

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THE SCRAPE-BOOK. " Luck's all!" [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

THE SCRAPE-BOOK. " Luck's all I" Some men seem born to be lucky. Happier than kings, Fortune's wheel has for them no i evo- lutions, whatever they touch tunis to gold, their path is pat ed with ihe philosopher's stone. At came* of chance they have no chance; but what is better, a ct rt.tmty. 't hey h>dd four suits of trumps. Tiley pet windfalls, wnhont a breath stirring-as legacies, Prize« tinn up for them in lotteries. On tlie turf ¿their horse-an outsider always win«. 'I hey »njoy a whole season of bene- fits. At the very worst, in trying to drown them selves, they dite on some treasure undiscovered since the fepaiiiih Armada, or tie their halter to a hook, tint unseal» a board in the ceiling, that's their luck. Then ii ano hi>r kind of fortune, called ill-luck : so iii, that yon will die ;-but it don't. That's my luck. Othtr people keep scrap-books; bnt I a scrape book It is i heirs to insert bo/i mots, riddha, anecdotes, cn ¡ratures, facetas of all kinds; mine tu rteui d m...

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MY SON AND HEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

'*f MY SON AND HEIR. My Mother bids me bind my heir, But ni t the trade where 1 «hould bind ; T o place a boy-the how and where It is the plague of parent-kind ! tibe does not hint the «lighten plan, Nor what indentures to endorse ; ?Whether to bind him to a mau, Or like Mazeppa, to a horse. What line lo choose ot likely rise, To something in the Mocks at last,- , - " Past bind, fast find," the proverb cries,' I find 1 cannot lind so fait ! A Statesman James can never be;' A Taylor ?-there I only leorn His chief concern in cloth, and he Is always cutting his concern. A Seedsman?-I'd not have him so ; A.Grocer's plum might disappoint ; A Butcher ?-no not that-although I hear " the times are out of joint 1* Too mau; of all ti Ade» there be, Like Pedlars, each has such a pack ; A merchant selling coals ?-we see The buyer seud to cellar back. A Hardware dealer ?-that might pleas«,1' But if his trade's foundation leans On spikes and nails, he wont have ease When he retires upon his means...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

WANTED to purchase Fifty Ton« Mimosa baric of the best qnalitv, for which a li- beral price will be given. Early application is requested to be made to Captain Norsworthy, on board the John, or to W. M. ORR, Agent. N.B. Samples of the Bark will be required. AN TED, a woman of good character, who came free to the Colony, to take charge of a young child. Application to be made to Mr«. Dónelas. Warrington Street. _!_*__ A Free or i icket of Leave Man of goon elia racter, who understands . Fencing and Roach Carpentering, may hear of .employment by applying at the office of this paper. STRAYED, ., INTO the flock of English Gee» on Mr. Wise's farm at Mount DirectiOn/Six Cape Gees*. Che owner may have them iby* applying at the Ship Inn, Elisabeth street, aud paying the-expen- ses. .*.--? .N.B.. Tf not claimed within a reasonable time after this no: ice, the"a!»ove Geese will beraten toi defray tuaplnrgesincurred. ".. ' SERMON. 1 « " ' - . ( J ON Sunday Evening tbe 22ndi instaut, the ' Anni...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. MAY 2l, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

CDe Courter. SATURDAY. MAY 21, 1831.   Arrived on Sunday, the 15th instant, the ship North Briton, 402 tons, Capt, G. Mor- rison, from Leith 10th Dec., last from the Cape of Good Hope, with a general cargo of merchandize. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Murdoch, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Campbell. Dr. Johnson, Mr. Humber, Miss Douglas, Mr. M'Queen, Messrs. Guthrie, Brunton, Miss & Mr. Brown, MJr. ¿fe Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. and 2 Misses Brough, Messrs. Wilson, Fyall, Thompson and Weir. Also, for Syd- ney. Mrs. Blackwood. Mr. Stewart, Mrs. Haywood, Mr. Chonerill, Mr. Smith, Mrs.   Chard and two children, Mr. M'Reder and Mr. Woyle. Arrived on Wednesday the 18th inst. the ship Renown, 316 tons, Capt. John Hender- son, from London 27th Dec. Cape of Good Hope March 27. Passengers-Mr. Beauvais (who had missed his passage by the Rifle- man), Mr. Graham, Mr. Schager, Mr. Dare, Miss Bellenger, Mr. McKenzie-also for Sydney, the Rev. Mr. Dickinson and 7 chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs....

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House of Commons, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

fíovse of Ccnmsns, December 28. Mr. Hume presented a petition from .the tounty of Middlesex, praying for retrench toient, economy,,, reform, and vole,by. ballot ; they thought, instead of an addition to the military force, repeal of the corn laws and reduction of expenditure would be the best remedy for the discontent of the country. Sir George Warrender agreed with the petitioners in their desire for economy, and retrenchment, and expressed his full conti dence that what could be done in this way would be effected by the present Ministers. It was known that he bad ever been an ene- my lo what was called reform, though not ?o blotted as not to listen to argument. At the same time he must hear arguments never before used lo induce him to agree to it. Reform did not appear lo bt», as was represented, the wish of the people, and it petition would soon be presented from Edinburgh, not willis tandil)« which he be lieved the people of knowledge and informa- tion in that city to lie hostil...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound at Sorell, on the 10th inst by Mr. Silas Gatehouse-damages SI.- t 8 Pigs, the property of the late Thomas Coffin, of Pittwater, consisting of 1 boar, 4 Sows and 3 barrows. , I If the above animals be not claimed, ,take» away aud expenses paid on or before Wednesday the 1st of June, 1831, they will be sold according to toe provisions of the Impounding Act. , , ' A. LAING. Poundkeeper, April 13,1831. IMPOUNDED, v AT the public pound Ballodiyle, district «f Oatlands, on the 8th inst. by Robert Blom* field. Blackmail's river. #i . , ll lied polaiid 'heifer, white on belly, no brand daniat-tS claimed Is.' pdundage 6<l. per* day,' food Ace. 3d per day. ' ' If the above animal be not claimed and re« deemed within'the tim« allowed by law«, it ¡w" be sold by me at tile said pound on Wednesday the* lath, of June 1831, accordiug to the provi- sion* of the impounding act. ' ' »' ' J. MACLANACHAN. Poaudkeeprr, Dated tifia loth1, day of May, 1831. . . 'J ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS, GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 86]. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 18,1831. Tickets of Leave have been granted to the   undermentioned between the 14th and 18th     of May 1831: William Harty, 6, Archduke Charles. John Gribble, 305, Arab. John Bearing, 321, Albion.   George Cormack. 60S, Asia 1. John Mills, 579, Andromeda. Charles Watson, 789, Asia 2. James Farquhar, 148, Countess Harcourt. John Taylor, 218, Caledonia 2. John Curtis, 546, Competitor. John Slatter, 772, Chapman9. John Williams, 716, Earl St. Vincent. Henry Walker, 713. Earl St. Vincent. -William Harris, 213, Guildford.     James Noble, 32, Hibernia.   Joseph Roberts, 196, Juliana.   William Elliott, 32, Lord Melville.   Owen Callaghan, or Collochan, 430, Lord   Hungerford.     .Thomas Edwards, 123, Morley.   John Evans, 12...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 May 1831

ON Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, Isle of France SUGAR, of remarkably good **"' AND. CROMBIE. CLOVER SEEPS. ' TTU^T received by Hie Fnnchal, in excellent if pre«ervation a qnnntitv of bestiod and white Clover Seeds, warranted gond, which may be had on moderate terms, or in exchange for wool, or pood wheat at 6s. per bushel, on application at Mrs. Foyle's, Barrack-street. ' .Also a few pounds of best prickly Cucumber Seeds. .A TO BE LET, With immediate possession, - In'the neighhonrhaott of Nfio Norfolk, very eligible FARM, of 1400 «cres of ex . _ relient pasture land, 60 of which are in cultivation. There is a comf «table cottage, barn und other ont-homes on the farm, « team of wórk¿ ins bollocks, cart, &c-, and a flock of sheep, will he let with the farm. For further particulars ap- ply to the Printer. TO BE LET,, With immediate Possession A Commodious two story brick bnilt Dwell House, lately finished, situated at the top of Macquarie street, with an arre and a hal...

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SPEAKERS AND SPEECHES IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

SPEAKERS AND SPEECHES IN PAR- LIAMENT. I If ever there was a man whose external1 appearance squared m the minutest particu- lar with my preconceived notion of his fea- tures and'person, it was Mr. Hume, whom 1 asn-glud to notice as the Hon. Member for Middlesex. I. hail figured to myself a ro- bust iron-figure, capable of any fatigue, with broad massive Scotch features, in whose ex- pression one might discern a not unusual mix- ture of Poor ' Richard' scrutiny and the most indomitable perseverance ; and I found my conception realised in Mr, Hume. If Lord Althorpe is individually the most influ- ential Member of the House of Commons, Mr. Hume is certainly the most useful; and this is perhaps the best description I can give of him; in truth, it is not easy to convey a notior?, to one who has never seen nor heard him, of the Honourable Member for Middle- sex's peculiarities. It is little to say that he is a moral study, whose illustration derives no aid from what we know of other men ;...

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THE DUEL, A serious Ballad. "Like the two Kings of Brentford smelling at one nosegay." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

THE DUEL, A serions Ballad. " Like the two Kings of Brentford imellinral aa. nosegay." * "' In Brentford town, of old renown, There lived a Mis'Cr Bray, Who fell in love willi Lucy Bell, e¿ And so did Mr. Clay. To see, her ride from Hammerimiih; ' By all it was allowed, Stich fair oufsides are seldom seea. Such Angels on a Cloud. SaM Mr. Bray lo Mr. Clay, You choose to rival me, And court Mu* Bell, but there your coon No thoroughfare shall be. Unless yon now give up your suit, You may repent yuiir Jove ; I who have shut a pigeon match, « Can shoot a tin tie dove. So pray before you woo her more, L onsider what you do ; If you pop ought to Lucy Bell, I'll pop it into you. Said Mr. Clay to Mr. Bray, , , Your threats I quite explode ( One who ha» iieeii a volunteer, Knows how to prime and load. And so I say to you unless Your passion quiet keep?, .. j 1 who have shot und hil bulls' eyes, May chance to hit a sheep's, r ' - Now cold is oft for silver changed. And that for copper red ; Bu...

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THE WHALE FISHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

THE WHALE FISHERY. No feature of the present age is more re- markable tbat^ the general knowledge that almost instantly prev*des>the» whole inhabi- tants.of the globe of e"very *¿véñt or circum- stance of importauce that occurs. ' This is occasioned mainly by the wonderful.increase and improvements in later times in the peri- odical press throughout the civilized world, but more especially it» the newspaper press of England. » .'No-oosjurrence ofany public interest can now'takeplace even in the most remote comer of the globe but in little more than 3 short months it is known in every town and district of the opposite hemis- phere. Notwithstanding, however, this facility of information, the ignorance which the inhabitants of one country labour under of the nature and resources of anothenof which they have only heard by report is still most remarkable, and in no instance, we verily believe, is it more so than with regard to the imperfect knowledge and mistaken ideas which still pre...

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AH! HIDE YOUR NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

AH ! HIDE YOUR NOSE, Mark nie, Scnnn ' when horses dressing, Ali! hule your no«e! If yon count your nose a blessing, Ali . hule your nose! Take, oh ' take a timely waining From the fate of pom Jack Tliornlnj, He who lo't lu« n se on morning Ah ' hide 3 our nose 1 ¡ Rubbing down a frisky filly Ali ' li de y< ur nose ! In his mouth Jack peep'd-how silly I Ali ' hide your nose ' «Zounds > ' Hunks Pill, " I'll soon dispose of Jack's tit-lut-I'll bite his none off!" Quick as thought, the snipp'd it close off f Ah ! hide your nose ' When yon look n horse i'th» face, Sir, Ali! hide your nose ' Coach-horse diay-hor*e, hack, or racer Ah! hidi y our nose' For since hones cari- tur no man, Where's the no»e that mav not go, man Grecian, liottle, minn, or Roman? Ah ' hide jour nose! ' i ' ' Hence a moral let me track it :- J Ah! hide tour nose! > No di'iue need hludi to p each it: Ah! hide your nose I ' > He flint pokes lut Mi-y snout In things he's not c ncerned about, ;, Li...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

;iHE OAsUTTOOF THIS DAT CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 99.] Colo nial Secretary's Office. May 25 1831. The Lieutenant Governor having submitted to His Majesty's Government the injurious tendency lo the interests of the colony, of reserving the Church and School Lands, His Excellency directs it to he notified that The Right Honourable The -Secretary of State has been pleased to approve of the appropriation of these Lands eiactly in the .ante manner as other Waste Lands of the Crown, "with the exception, jhoviever, that none of the Church or School Land, will be granted free of Quit-rent. By Hi« Excellency's command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, TNo. 93]. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 25, 1831. Valentine Soper, Maria, has been deprived of his Ticket of Leave, for keeping a disorderly house. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No/94. Colonial Secretary's Ofn>e, May -/6,1831. William Grant, (861, Claudine) has been dis. missed for allow ing t...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 May 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. MAY 28, 1831. Sailed this morning the 28th inst. the ship Funchal, Capt. Dalgarno, for Sydney, with the part of her original cargo intended for   that port, also 50 chests of tea and about 1000 kangaroo skins shipped at Hobart town. Passengers Capt. Roe, of the Ben- gal service, on his return to India, after hav-   ing recruited his health and completely re- stored his constitution by a few months so- journ amongst us.-Also the following from Europe, viz. the Rev. Charles Dickinson, passenger by the Renown, who goes to join the church establishment of New South Wales, Mrs. Dickinson and 7 children, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey, Mr. H. Hoskins. Sailed also this day, the bark Gambia, for Sydney. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Wright and 2 cbildten, Mr. T, Woolley and Lieut. Roberts. Arrived on Wednesday the 25th inst. the Government brig Tamar, from Macquarie harbour, with a cargo of timber and a small detachment of 7 of the 63d regt, relieved at the ...

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