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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1840. HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
Cue Courier. ;£?&lt;§.THURSDAY EVENING. Octobm 1,1840. V.^jf^HOUSE OF LORDS-Monday, May 4. ? '*? -rjïlft! petitions were against the opium trade and war >, w'tb China, against change in the corn laws, intru '..sion in the kirk, and the municipal bill for Ireland, v., for the repeal of the corn laws, and for pardon to ^Trast, &c. ¡S .ÇChrgy Reserves.-The judges being assembled, the fcord/Chancellor invited their opinion on this subject, ^ and'Locd Chief Justice Tindal advanced to the table ' and slated that, with the exception of Lords Denman * TÍnd Abinger, all the judges of England had met in ,"$eîjëant'B inn, and Rafter due deliberation, had de clUedtUat the words "a Protestant clergy in the 31st Geo. tilt cap. 31, were large cnough'to include'olher ^ than the bishops, priests, and deacons of the Church of England," and that " other" included the clergy of the Church of Scotland. To the second question . they answered that the 41st section of the same statute is...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
I LOCAL. I Theatre.-This public place of amusement re-opened on Monday evening, under the ma- nagement of Mrs. Clarke, with an interesting melodrama entitled, « the Robber's Wife,' and the laughable farce of ' the Happy Man.' The per- formers acquitted themselves very creditably, and the house, considering the state of the weather, was well attended. Mrs. Clarke is indefatigable in her endeavours to provide an agreeable even- ing's entertainment in this ' dull town,' and ne heartily wish her the success to which she is s° eminently entitled. Mr. H. Savery was apprehended on Tuesday ' last in Hobart Town ; he underwent an examina- &nbsp; tion at the Police-office yesterday, and was remanded. We have the Adelaide papers to the I0* °f September, from which we extract later English intelligence than has yet reached us, being to the 21st of May. Archbishop Whately U agam agitating public feeling against the penal colonies; but the petition he presented to the House ot Lords, afte...
THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
THIS MORNING'S POST. j (From the Launceston Advertiser.) I LAUNCESTON COHN HARKET. Tuesday, September 29.-The transactions in flour this week have not been so extensive as usual. It may be quoted at £32 to £34 per SOOOIhs. Wednesday, September 30.-We have heard of no sales in the corn market to-day-no purchasers. . Union Steam Mills. Wheat 11s to 13s, barley 9s to 10s. oats 5s Cd to Gs, pollard 1b 9d, bran Is 6d, per bushel; flour, first quality, *34, second £32, ration 128, per 20001bs._'
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANOTHER OVERLAND ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANOTHER OVERLAND ARRIVAL We have much pleasure in announcing the arival overland from New South Wales, of another fine herd of cattle, brought by Mr J Fisher. Mr Fisher started from Yass on the 21st June, accompanied by Mr Hal- lack, who left this place along with Mr. Fisher, and &nbsp; &nbsp; by Messrs. Hallett and McInosh, from Sydney. The remainder of the party consisted of ten white men and &nbsp; two blacks. The herd consists of cows, heifers, steers, and bullocks, 650 in number, 35 working bullocks, and 25 horses. The party kept the northern side of the Murrumbidgee and the Murray the whole way. The tract has now become so distinct, Mr Fisher states, &nbsp; that in some places it is like travelling along a regular high road. The feed along the Murrumbidgee was very good — on the Murray not quite so good. Very little loss was sustained on the journey. Two or three head of cattle were lost in crossing the Darling, the waters of wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
Cfte Ccmimsönrint. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, September 23,1840. Tenders will be received at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, 14th October next, for the supply "f the following articles required for general purposes for t'le periods herein specified, and subject to the conditions ¿t'efred to in the advertisement of the 20th January lost, for the annual supplies. Frein 1st November, 1840, to dist March, 1841. S Bridgewater SA Farm [ton Colonial Hospital at Mobur Vegetablesperlb. J ¡ÖEffi From 1st December, 1640, to Slst Match, 1841. ! Brighton Pôfie Green Point tenb* ,. Î Allanvale fresh meat per lb. J Pajment will be marie either in British Silver or by ' »ills on Her Majesty's Treasury at the established pre- mium of l( per cent., at the option of the Assistant Com- missary-General. Printed forms for tenders can be obtained at this office. ._GEORGE MACLEAN. A.C G. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, > September 28, 1840. BISCUIT, BEEF, PORK, &C. . Required...
THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1840. ANNO QUARTO VICTORIÆ REGINÆ. No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
¡THE OÄlITTE. FRIDAY MORNING, October 2,1640. ANNO QUARTO VICTORIA REGINiE. No. 9. An Act for adopting a certain Act of Parliament passed ' UL/Ae first year of the reign of Herjtresent Majesty intituled An Act for the Amendment of the Laws . - with respect to Wills. Whereas an Act of Parliament was passed in the first year of the reign of Her present Majesty intituled An Act for the Amendment of the Law with respect to Wills -And whereas it is expedient to adopt and apply the provision« of the said recited Act of Parliament gene. rally 'in the Administration of Justice within this Island and the Dependencies thereof-Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency Sir John Franklin Lieu- tenant-Governor of the Island of Van Diemen'« Land and its Dependencies with the advice of the Legis- lative Council that with the exception hereinafter provided the said recited Act of Parliament and every clause provision and enactment therein respectively contained (save and except as hereinafter ia pro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
For London. THE very fine fast sailing A 1 Bri- tish-built bark Mary Hay, A. D. &nbsp; Volum, commander, is now loading, nnd mis*k¡B*i9a*r w511 be despatched for the above port the f^Twcekiiu October, having all her cargo ready for shipment. . , For passage only, having very superior cabin accommo- dations, apply to the Captain on board ; Askin Morrison, Esq'; 0I Kerr, Alkandbr, & Co. New Wharf, August 21. &nbsp; For Port Phillip. THE fine bark Lady of the Lake, just arrived,-has commenced load- ing for the above port, offering a fnvour ^^elSB, able opportunity for shipping cattle, &c, mid excellent accommodations for passengers. For freight or passage, apply to ^^ ^^ & ^ New Wharf, September 20. _ For launceston. rpiHE fast sailing first class bark J. Fanny, 239 tons, M. Andrews, master, is now loading for the above w~~- P°rt> and W'N mect witl* evffy despatch. 'lit ot passage, apply to the Captain on board, ' Old Wharf, October 1. W. M. O...
The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1840. TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, October 2,1840. TO THE PUBLIC. It is with feelings of much satisfaction we this day announce to our friends and the public in general, that arrangements have been made for publishing the " Courier" twice a week ; and accordingly our readers may expect to receive their next number on Tuesday, the 6th instant. Lest any of our Subscribers, however, should feel apprehension on the score of additional expense, we are happy to meet them on the common ground of support which they have already afforded us, and to inform them, that the steady increase of our circulation and advertisements enable us to provide for our own and their increased accommodation, by publishing this journal twice a week, without any addition to the annual subscription. Having thus relieved the minds of our subscribers upon a matter of finance, which comes home to every man, we might, if such were our catch-penny vein, expatiate upon the Courier as being the cheapest as well as the best ve...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
anipplnr Intelligence. HOBAXT TOWK. yírnW«.-September 25-the bark AustralasianP^i 194 tons, M'Pherson, from Sydney, I6th September^ W a general cargo-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Youl' M Windsor, Mr. Gerrard, Mr. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. You" and nine children, Mrs. Horton, and Miss Walker 27-the brig Emma, 121 tons. Ward, from Syds« 17th September, with sundries, Ward, agent. " Departures.-September 24-the brig Porter, 252 to Porter, for Sydney, with a general cargo-paseT"'1 Mrs., Miss, and Master Porter, Mr. and Mrs ST i Mrs. Suthers and child, and Mr. Rich. " m&lt;> 25-the bark Samuel Cunara, 300 tons, Williams f Sydney, with a general cargo. ' 0f 28-the schooner Marys, Wilson, for Adelaide, with general cargo. a Port of Launceston. Arrivals.-September 23-the brig Maguashe 152 tons, Spence, from Hobart Town, with sundries. &nbsp; &nbsp; 25-the bark Mona, 150 tons, Millighan, from South Australia. 25-the schooner Minerva, 110 tons, Fawthrop, fo,» Port Phillip and...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 2 October 1840
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No 255, Colonial Secretary's Office, September 24. Whereas by an Act p.ibbcd in lins Island on the 20th day of August last, intituled " An Act to pro vide foi the pajment of certain clues to be applied to the maintenance of Light-houses in Van Diemen's Land and its dependencies," it was amongst other things enacted that, from and after the first day of October then and now next, the several rales speci- fied in the schedule to the said Act marked A. should be piyable and paid to the Collectoi of Customs at Hobart Town and Launceston (as the case might be,) in íespert of all vessels eilher arriving or departing from eithci of the i ivers Deiwcnt and Tamar, by the master and commander of such vessel, and such last-mentioned rates should afterwaids be paid over to the Colonial Treasurer to he appropriated to the maintenance of the several Light houses enumerated, and such others as might at any time thereafter be erected within this island and its dependenci...