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

RICHMOND HILL ACADEMY, NEW NORFOLK. MR. UNDI EY be«« to intimate tin« the half ycarK Vacation will commence Hil) June, mid that* the Young Gentlemen attending his Esta- blishment will meet to resume their studies Jttlv 1st. May 26,1831. « TO GROWERS OF WHEAT. rTHHE undersigned having made ai rangements Jj5 to keep the regular supply of fine flour in the Sydney market is willing to purchase wheat of jlie best quality to a consideradle extent, on terms that may be agreed »n. T. E. 1UANNINGTON. MESSRS. WRIGHT, of. Donnybrook, Hat Manufacturers, having sent to this colony an assortment of Hlack and Drab Hats of ihevery bet quality of their own manufacturing« and hav- ing placed the same in the hands of Mr. M'Vickar fir'«ale. Iwgto call the attention »f the public toan article which may be equalled but not excelled, either in durability, quality, shape or colour. Arpyle street, May 20,1831. ! FOR SALE, (By Private Contract,) SIX Working Bullock«, thoroughly broke in, with bow*, yokes, ch...

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

BLED AND WHITE CLOVER SEED. BGUY has received a small quanti tv of each . of the above seeds direct from England, which he ran warrant to be ni w, and from the 'nature of the packages free fiom damage %A4iew bushels of Rye (jrtss Seed. PI^HE Cpitle said to be impounded by 1 JL Ogilvie's stockkeepcr, according to Mrs. Mr Youps advertisetrent of last week, were Impound- ed by Mr. Gih.oir» stoekkeeuer. May 28,1831. LODGINGS. A Respectable Young Alan, lately arrived from England wishes to obtain genteel Board and Lodgings in a respectable family References will be given and required: Apply by. letter to A B. care of Mr, N. Olding, Waterloo Hotel. - ? ---*¿ J. STONEHAM, ~ Upper end of Campbell-st, nearly opposite Mr Bisdee's, MOST respectfully begs leave to inform the Public that he has for Sale a splendid and superbly carved cedar SOFA, covered with rich scarlet Moreen, and bound with black velvet, fastened with brass nails, surpassing any thing of the kind ever yet produced in the colo...

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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 June 1831

THI PARLIAMENT. The Parliament assembled agreeably to adjournment on the 3rd of February. In the House of Lords Earl Grey announced the unanimity of ministers on thtr'pftm of* reform',1 and Lord Melbourne explained' the proposed plans for the relief of Ireland. In the Commons Ibe great measure of reform . was fixed for the 1st of March, to beiityro duced by Lord John Russel, but wiHi/i^l the weight of a cabinet measure,. Qn" the 4th tbe Chancellor of the Exchequer detailed his plan o< the civil list whichVyvasÄubmitled to a select * committee. The* leight Hon. Francis Jeffrey, Mr. Henry tiutit, and the other newly elected members took til© oaths and their seats. Mr. Hunt was true to his pledge, and spoke abundantly immediately* after his introduction, and acquitted himself better, and was more attended to than had been generally anticipated. We make the following selection of ihe debates : Earl Grey had stated in the present ses- sion of Parliament, that he was convinced ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 June 1831

WANTED, TWENTY Shingle Splitters, to whom liberal encouragement will be given. Apply to   Wm. Drummond, Primrose -hill, Upper Clyde, or to the Under Sheriff, Hobart-town. W. A. DRUMMOND. TO BE SOLD, A Farm, consisting of 100 acres of Land situa ated at Glenarchy, IO acre* «f which are under cultivation. There is a pV'tifiil supply of water on the farm. Abundance of i'ond firewood, and a lime kiln might be opened with advantage Applv to Anthony Taylor, Glenarchy. May 27th, I c31 TO BE LET, With ¡inmediato possession, THE BLUFF PER HY, with the use ¡of four working Ruli-irks and two Boats. Tbc re is a comfortable stone-built room and kitchen and other apartments attacln d to the ferry Apply lo Mrs. Campbell, sign of the Highlander. ? S. WRATHALL begs to announce that he   has commenced business as a Butcher in   Liverpool street, adjoining ihe Old Waterloo Mills, where be will always have on hand a choice supply of Mutton, Beef, Pork, Fat, &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 June 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THE DAY CONTAINS     GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 99.] Colo- nial Secretary's Office. May 30. 1831.-   The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to   direct the publication of the following Act of   Parliament for general information. By His Excellency's command, J. BURNETT.         ANNO PRIMO GULIELMI IV. REGIS. Cap. iv. An Act to render valid Acts done by the Governor of any of His Majesty's Plantations after the Expi- ration ot his Commission by the Demise of His Late Majesty, and to extend the Period within which the Patents of Governors of Colonies shall on any future Demise of the Crown become vacant, and to provide for the longer Duration of the Patents of Go- vernors after the Demise of the Crown. (Dec.23, 1830) WHEREAS on the Demise of His late Majesty King George the Fourth divers Persons were in the Excercise of Offices and Employments, Civil and M...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 June 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. JUNE 4. 1831. ---oOo---     Arrived on Sunday the 29th. of May, the transport ship Eliza, 538 tons, J. J. Groves, esq. commander, from Portsmouth, 8th of Feb. with 224 male prisoners, consisting chiefly of the rioters, incendiaries, and ma- chine breakers, lately convicted under the special commissions at Winchester and else- where, the greater proportion of whom are said to be able-bodied, hard-working coun- trymen. Surgeon Superintendent W. An- derson, esq. R. N. The guard consists of Captain Moore, Lieut. Lewin, 2 Serjeants, 2 corporals and 35 privates of the Royal Ma- rines, who proceed to India by the first opportunity to join H. M. S. Southampton on the India station, or some think the Southampton will come down here to em- bark them and two other detachments which are daily expected in the succeeding trans- port ships. This is a very economical plan of Government instead of sending them out direct to India by a transport expres...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 June 1831

CHOICE GOODS By the Ship Renown. G HO ROE LANGFORD has opened in good condition, Leghorn bonnels, trimmed and plain Bracelet«, Ince, ntt. and babies' csps Ribbons, scarfs and shawl* Silk handkerchiefs and gan?e do. Silk velvet, black add coloured Black. lîlne, creen, nnd mixed «npetfi*<c cloths Buff while, drab and mixed kerseymeres ' Second cloths and /diirtel« Ladies cloths and Casmets GmrHc Naples and «ironeta Bluett and coloured* Merinoe« White M afceUa quininy »"wlonred do.-v Dannixk table {wax frflk brníosíh'M ^¡tl«>i,<tol, , - ,.," ' Fifie biown Hollands and black linen * ; Sewing silk« and i\vi«t Black an<l tolomwl homh'ixinc« Ladies' black silk hoie, white do. i Diaper, I ncknback, and Russia towelling Black and co olired crapes ' , Hosiery and g'ovos in variety Uentlnmen's white hats and youths' caps Gilt buttons, silk do,, 4 hole do, Silk nmbrelfas'qotton do. White Mai celia cofmtvrpanes, common do. Dowla« and calico sheeting White serg...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

WANTED, A Youth of rcspectaiiilit) as an Apprentice. As he wili he tieated in every respect as one of the family, a premium of 200 guineas witl be le qnired. Apply to Mr. S. WeMluook, Suigeo», ¿¿c. JLauni eston. WANTED TO BORRO »V, Upon the security of a very improved «nd eligible farm, ni a convenient distance from Hobart Town, n sum not exceeding three hundred pounds. For further par- ticular« apply to the Printer. BOARD AND LODGING. WAN 1 El) by a bingle Gentleman, Board and Lodging in a respectable family. Com- munications addre«sed A, li., »tatiug term«, may he left at the Office. FOR SALE, AT the Store of the nndersi.ned, a few»Hun drcd Bushels fine Seed Oat». J. & W. MAWLE. Wharf, June 9,1831. CAUTION. ALL person» are hereby cautioned against rut- ting timlicr, grazing rattle or otherwise tres passing (especially Mr. Bamber or any of Ins s< r vants), on my additional grant of land at South Ralph's bay, adjoining my former grant, as after thin notice all tre...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. I831. The brig David Owen, Capt. Andrews, ar- rived at Launceston on Friday last from Lon- don, with a cargo of merchandize. Passen- gers-- Mrs. Andrews, Capt. Kyle Lady, 2   children and 2 servants, Capt. Ritchie, 2 Misses Towers, Mr. E. H. Thomas, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Geo. Thomas, Mr. Hornman, Mr. Hasseldyne, Mr. Malcolm and Mrs. M'Kellerie. Sailed from Launceston on Monday, the brig Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, for London, with 205 bales wool, 3 cases and 2 boxes curiosi- ties, 182 tons bark, 2 casks seal skins, and 600 bullock bom«. Passenger, Mr. J. Scott. In the harbour, the ships John, Renown, Eliza, (Groves), Eliza, (Weddel), Ducken- field, brig Celia loading for Launceston, and schooner Tula. The only arrival during the week has been the Isabella from Port Arthur. Passenger, Dr. Russel. The price of colonial produce continues the same as mentioned in our last. Consi- derable quantities of wheat have been brought to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

THB ftJfcllTTEOF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NO1 ICE. [No. Î05.1 Colo ' nial Seereisrs'» Office Jnne 8. Its31. The undermentioned Convicts have been de- prived of their Tickets of Leave : I»aac Kemp, Ct, Morley, for improperly retain- ing and concealing property left in hi* cus- tody. John M'Mnllen, Hoogley, for disorderly con- duct and repeated insolence. The 1 ¡cket held by Daniel Donovan, Coroman- del, has been suspended for 0 months, for drunkenness. By'His Excellency's command, J. BURNETT. Í10VPRN VENT NOTICE, Colonial Secreta T rv's Office, Junefi. 1831. (No I06\ Jonathan Kattv. 1003, Asia 3, has been appoint- ed a Con« ti ble, dated 3d inst. Henry Gunn, 4i5, Woodman, has been dismissed iron» the Field Police, for improper conduct. By His Fxc* Hencv's Command, J BURNETT. /GOVERNMENT NOTICE, ("No. 107]. Colonial \fl Secretiuv's Office, June 8, 1831. In const qnence of the indisposition of Edward Abbott, e»q. Joseph Hone, e»q Barrister at Law, is appointed Chairman of the adjo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

We Have had the pleasure to see a very   elegant tea service of plate and a medallion,   presented to Mr James Crear, R.N. late   commander of the Leith Australian Com-   pany's ship the Triton, but now a settler in   this Colony, for his humane and successful exertions in saving the life a fellow creature,   in Leith harbour last summer. The inte-   resting narrative will best be detailed in the following letter which accompanied the gra- tifying mementos which have just arrived, Capt. Crear himself having sailed the day succeeding his exploit, in the Drummore: - Leith, 6th Dec. 1830 -James Crear, esq.   Dear Sir,-In reference to the letter I ad- dressed to you at Portsmouth, I have now the pleasure to communicate that I have for- warded to you by the ship North Briton, Capt. Morison, a box containing a service of Silver Tea Plate, presented to you by a few of the inhabitants of ...

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THE LETTER OF "STRINGY BARK," (Continued from our last) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

THE LETTER if or" f". *'HTRINOr BA It K>* J¡( (Continued from our last)' be . i With respect to the' succeeding passages tootha' ing the aggravated difficulties experienced' by old and new settlers on account of the want of charts, I can only say, tliat whenever I ha»e been to'the,. Survey office, I have not only seen the old chart which exhibits every location in the colony, en- tered progressively as tiley are granted, but I have invariably bad access lo the new plans which from »¡mc to' time ,arc sent to head quarters by the Sur veybisin the Interior,'; and, moreover, my neigh- bours and myself have found that whenever we re- quired information respecting land in our vicinity we bave bad only to ride a few miles to the tent of the Surveyor o» our district. a«d he has shewn us every plan that we could vviMi to lefer to. I bear that there are only eight Suiveyors for the whole ten ¡tory, and that it lias been accordingly divided into eight districts, the suivey of which has it a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 June 1831

CHOICE GOODS By the Ship Renown. GEORGE LANGFORD has opened in good condition, Leghorn bonnets, ti ¡mined and plain Bracelet«, lire, ntt, and liable»' CRp» Ribbons, scarfs and «¡liawl« Silk handkeicbtefs and trau/e do. Sik velvet, black and tolomcd Black blue, îïiem, and mixed supetfiye cloth» Buff while, drab and mixed kerseymere» Second cloths and <luri*'el> Ladies' clntlis and cabinets Gros de Naples and sarsnet» Block and coloured ¡Wtnnoe« White Marcella quilting, coloured do. Damask table, linen Silk braids and cotton do, Fine brown Hollands and black linen Sewing silks and twist Black and toloiucd bombazine« Ladie*' black si k hose, white do. Diapéi, huckaback, and Russia towelling Black and co omed crapes Hosiery and g oVes in vanity t.entl men's white hat« and youth»' cap» Gilt buttons, Mik do , 4 hole do. Silk umbrellas, cotton do. White Mau (ila connu rp-uies, common do. Dnwla» mid calico sheeting White serge, blue du Calulu ic* and sim ting ciliroe» Satin, j...

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FURTHER REMARKS On the terms on which Crown Lands are now to be disposed of in New South Wales and Van Diemen's land. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

Further Remarks On the terms on which Crown Lands are now to Jj be disposed of in New South Wale» and jj , .01 Yan Diemen's land. We take it for granted, that in all civili- |iu sed societies; certain laws and regulations mast prevail for the safety and protection of the] lives'aüd property of the community at large, and.tbatthe dye administration of the law ia intrusted to certain authorities, con* stituting the Government of the country thurregulated. ~ By the British Constitution the time1 and 'talents of the gentlemen who have the reins of1'Government thus placed intheir hands, are recompensed at a certain fixed rate, either directly or indirectly by the-people, that is the representatives whom the people charge with this important duty assembled tri the House of Commons. We say, at a rate fixed directly or indirectly, be- cause in the detailed expenditure of an im- mense'empite, it would be impossible for any assembly to determine, beforehand every contingent expense that might...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

"IsrrOTICE¡shereby given that^^JKcUllVfeet. JA ingofthe Justices of tb^Peace,¿ctuuj io and for the Buckinghamshire division ofthe lijand of Van Diemen's Und, will be hotdes'-álftné Coort hou*e.Hobart town, on Monday the 27th day of June inst,f»r the purpose of taking ^tOyÇOJ^g^d«rat,0,, the propriety of certifying in favour'óf/tne trans- fer of the License granted to .WiHämStatferdiit« keep the public house known by- the «gd of* the Golden Fleece at Kangaroo point), in favour of Alexander Buchanan of Kangaroo point, the form- er occupier of the «aid hou»e. , Dated ellis loth day of June 1831. ' ' ' ' - * CHAS. BETHBL LYONS, : Cleik of the Peace. 'it_ ' . i i *f '* - Printed and PubtUked at the Hobart Town C«f"f QUce, t« Literpiml-ttreet, by JAMES ROSS, of LiverpoéVêtteet, mferttad'. '''''. !.. .',i , t . . / ,v>" i ni I Price one Shilling. » ten Shilling» per quarter, p*U in advance. Advertiument» of 8 Line» und mmdét, U. Od.; above »Urne* 34 per Ma*

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE l8, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

Cl)e Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE l8, 1831. -oso Arrived on Wednesday the 15th inst. the brg Dart, 198 tons, Capt. W. Hindson, from the Mauritius', with a cargo of sugar intend- ed for Sydney, having touched at Hobart town to take on board a supply of biscuit, &c.-Passenger, Mr. Polack. Arrived on Thursday the 16th the ship Curler, 345 tons, Capt. James Boyd, from London 11th November, and the Cape of   Good Hope 26th April, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers-Miss Curtin, Messrs. Perceval, Cherry, Good and Rowe, also for Sydney, J. Kinchela, esq. the new Attorney General for New South Wales. Saiieii on Thursday the transport ship Eliza, Capt. Groves, for Penaug and Calcut- ta in ballast, with Capt. Moore, Lieut. Le- wen, and the detachment of marines who go on to join the crew of the new teak built man of war the Calcutta at Bombay, navi- gated home by Capt. Jervoise, late of the Success now ordered to be broken up and sold at auction in India. Sailed on Thurs...

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(From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

(From a Correspondent).     In this age of economy it may not be im-   proper for you to tell your fellow colonists   that they can supply themselves with an ex-" cellent and permanent ink, which when a lit- tle more attended to will supersede the ne- cessity of importing that article ; and one of the ingredients will, when known in Europe, come in competition with if not set aside     that hitherto indispensable and expensive one   (galls) so long furnished us from Aleppo. Let me make known to you and to the colo- ny, that the wattle trees are of much more value than they have hitherto been supposed.   The bark, as is now well known, is an.excel- lent tan—but with the other articles used in manufacturing ink, it will take the place of galls ; and as gum is an indispensable arti- cle in ink, the same tree (viz. the wattle) will furnish it in abundance,—there is nothing &nb...

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THE OMNIBUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

THE OMNIBUS         We last week mentioned the intended pro- ject of a regular stage coach, to travel be-   tween Hobart town and Launceston, and we have since taken the pains to make the above engraving of the coach, or omnibus, two of which Mr. Webb has brought out for the purpose in the Duckenfield. We sincerely   hope this undertaking may be set on foot and that it will succeed. Several gentle-   men, we are glad to hear, have already sig- nified their wish to take a share in the un-   dertaking. About 40 horses it is calculated   will be necessary along the road, many of which might be contributed at the different stages by the settlers in the neighbourhood,   to the mutual advantage of themselves and the public.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

G ',-THl GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. | OVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. lil.] Colo »_J" nial Secretary's Office. June 15, 1831. The periods for which the undermentioned per- sons were transported having expired, Certificates have been/granted to them according : Wilson Watson,4t54, Medina. William Wood, SO», Competitor.^ John Hasser, 566, Sir Godfrey Webster. ^By His Excellency's command, J. BURNETT. _i_ GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secreta- ry's Office, June 16. 1831. (No. 112V A Ticket of Leave has been grauted to Charles Grabb, 303, Chapman 1. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 113. Colonial Sectetary's OfiW, June Iß, 1831. 1 he periods for which the undermentioned per- sons «ere"transported, expiring attbe dat? placed ] opposite their respective ninnes, Cotificates of their Freedom may be obtained, on that or at any subsequent period, upon application to this office, or to that of a Police Magistrate in the inte- rior:- . . _ John Dogherty, 114, Greyhound, IC...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 June 1831

BOOK SOCIETY.' AïVrrPlInçof the hobart (own Book Society will be held in-their Heading Komn, oil Monday, t'io 20th fast, at 3 o'clock, when the at- tendance pf Mcmberx.is partienlnrly requested. A. CROMBIE, Secretary. CLOVER SEED. JUST received and for sale hy the undersigned, j a,qnintity of whit» Clover Sted in excellent preservation. ni r* J. & J. SOLOMON. t Liverpool street, June 17,1831. FOR WATKRCLOSETS, &c. _ FOR SALE, A New Force Pump, with a quantity of lead pipe, brass cocks, &c. Also, a Deep Well Pump. Apply to the Punter. Bluff Ferry, Pittwater. I JOHN M'MILT.AN, do heiet.y caution the » public, that I am about leaving the above Fei ryi and I request nil debts due to me may be forthwith paid, and any peison havinganv daims on mo are requested to present the same for pay ment. June 17.1831. TO BE RAFFLED FOR, ON Friday the 24th. ¿instant, that handsome SOFA, lately advertised for Sale in the llobart-town Courier. Tickets-One Guinea each. Apply to t...

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