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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 August 1831

THE j GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS: GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secreta-; ry's Office, Aug. 1,9,1831. (No. ICC?. As noofficial notification has yet been received' from the Secretary of State, of the day 6n which the Anniversary Of the Birth of His Most Gracious Majesty ii to be kept. His Excellency the Lieuten- ant Governor has been pleased to direct that it shali be observed in this colony on Monday the 22d inst. (His Majesty's Birth-day, the 21st, falling on a Sunday). At sunrise the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union Jack tit Mount Nelson. At noon a Royal Saintc will he fired from Mul- grave Battery, and the Troops in the Garrison will fire a fen de joie, immediately after the Salute, in honour of the day. By Commnnd of ' Tlie Lieutenant Governor, ^_ J. BURNETT. /GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 157, Colonial \JT ' Secretary'slOffiie, Aug. 17,1831. '?' rtfr. Edward Dryden hts been removed from the . situation of Division Constable. . , By command of the Lieut...

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SYDNEY, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 August 1831

SYDNEY, Vf* regret exceedingly lo tfppy the fol,- ( Owing from the Sydney Herald of 25lTi of July:?" We regret to leam, that consider- able numbers of our smaller settlers hate been compelled to abandon tbe renting of land, frctu an inability to maintain them- selves and families, by the-produce of their farms. The hand of adversity, bas-Jong been pressing heavily upon them; and has at. length forced them unwillingly* to dis- continue their agricultural labours on their own account. Renting land, at from thirty five shillings to forty shillings per acre; ten- ants for" a year';, unable to improve their land, lest a mote greedy and wealthy aspi- rant should push them from their farms; and living from hafid to mouth, for more than four, yearsj they are fairly thrown into the back ground; and they who ulti- mately pay ali taxes, and. form the very nerves and muscles of our manufactures and-commerce, are. compelled lo become dependent on others." .'.,..'. (Here, we have a. lamentable ex...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 August 1831

Postscript (From the Gazette Extraordinary of this Day.) /I OVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 161.] Colonial *1 Secretary's Office, Auif. 19, 1831.? His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor is pleased to direct, that the following notice of the general objects of a proponed Act which is about to be laid before the Legislative Council, to be intituled ??? An Act for the effectual administration of Justice in the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land," be published for general information. The Act recites the issue by hit Majesty of a New Charter, whereby the Supreme Court is ap- pointed to consist of twp Judges, hut that no other appointment, excepting of the said Judges is thereby made; and that there is at present no pro- vidion by law for the continuance of actions, pro- cess, &c. in the existing Court/ -, lt then fin substance.) enacts that, for all other purposes, and in all other respects, excepting only the constitution of the said Court, and thc appoint, ment of the said two Judges, ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 August 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1831. Arrived on Wednesday the 17th inst, the bark Duckenfield, 367 tons, Adam Riddell, esq. commander, from Sydney 7'h August, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers -Mr. and Mrs. Moses and 3 children, Mrs. Fitzgerald and child, Mr. Rand, Mr. Mac- dougall and Mr. Brennand of this place, Mr. Flower, Joseph Clair, Thomas Barrow- case, Henry Colmy, Joseph August. Arrived on Thursday the 18th, the bark   Drummore, Captain Petrie, from Port Louis, Mauritius, 3d. July, with a cargo of sugar, tobacco, and other goods. Passengers Arthur Frankland, esq., J. T. Sloane, esq., Mr. Green, Mr. Carey. The price ot wheat and other colonial pro- duce continues at the same average as for the last few weeks, viz. wheat 5s a bushel, and mutton from 4d to 4£d a pound. A small rise seems generally to be anticipated in the price of wheat, though the large quantities tbat have been brought to town during the present week seem to have in some measure retard...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. A SPECIAL: General Meeline; of the Proprietors of Bunk Stock, will be held on Monday the 5th day of Sept. next, at 12 o'clock precisely, to take into consideration the expediency of increas- ing the present capital of the Bank and to receive the report of the Committee thereon agreeable to a resolution bf tue general meeting of the 1st Aug. '?JaVrv ?:¦¦¦? ;*¦ T. Y. LOWES, '?*'"¦' Cashier. August1 IS, .1831." A" Gentleman recently arrived from England, is willing io engage himself as a private Tutor, or toni tend a few pupils in Hobart town or its vi- cinity. 'Directfd A". ^a't'tlie'-Pdsrt'office,"Hobart town.,.. '«'¦'¦ WANTED, 'THIITHURto rent *or purchase; in Hobart town j jEi' A HOUSE,, containing rive rooms, with a -Stable arid Kitchen detached. Apply to Mn ?Cartwright; Murray'street... ?*¦"'¦¦ ?':} ? "WANTED, ,;' ?' JP Ticket of. Leave Man to take charge of a ¦ Jn)l. Flock of Sheep. Further, particulars may lie known on reference to Mr. Martin, of the ...

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(To this we add the following.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

(Totkit we add the following.} My Dbar Paul, You happy .fellows of the 'bush' who are wise enough to be satisfied with your peace- ful occupations, and for whom the contem- plation of a growing crop or the fatting of an 01iasufficient excitement* maj lislen willi' indifference to the artificial: aniusemetit* of us less fortunate wights of the town, trusting however to your known disposition for deriv- ing enjoyment fi om, I he happiness of others* I venture to give you an account of the Re- gatta which took place on Monday, the birlh-day.   To the promoters of this exhibition it j must have been highly gratifying to witness : the perfect success ol I lie undertaking. The | trouble of its preparation was amply repaid by the interest il excited and the amusement it evidently afforded. After a most tempestuous night, all-in- dulgent nature in honour of the occasion ushered in a morning ol' extreme brilliancy, Hobart town poured forth a countless multi tude, and early in th...

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(From the Tasmanian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

(From the Tasmanian. ) We regret to perceive the able columns of The Monitor darkened by details of prize-fights,     copied in full slang from the ' Tom and Jerry' Jour- nals of Loudon. We have the greatest esteem ! for-Mr Hall, pub ic y and privately, and we ven-' titre to hope that he will forgive au old friend for tliiis reminding him of himself. The Reverend Editor of the Sydney Gazette, once (and mice only, as wc have keeu,) fell into the same (may'we ven- ture to say) error. The Hobart town Courier mentioned the circumstance, and-Mr. Mansfield mp*t handsomely acknowledged his mistake, and treats the nmice of it in the Courier (as it was in- tended to be,) a kindly act. Of all the di-gr-\ccs to the present cnlightenedage -of Britain, public prize tights are by no mcons the least. 'f that truly practically uinral man, the Kditorof The Mo niior. had ever witnessed one of these most dis- graceful exhibitions, or knew half the deiuoraliza* rrio/i conseque...

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(From the Sydney Gazette, Aug, 9) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

(From, the Sydney Gazette, Aug, 9) By the arrival of the Isabella from Nor- folk Island, we learn the melancholy fact, .that Mr. R'enholdson, the commander of the ^fcrig Queen Charlotte, had lost hts life by the accidental discharge of a rnuiket belong- ing to'-the;guard. Tlie ball struck the,thigh,' and so dreadfully shattered^ tlielbone,_lhat ' HlerTingering iii ex cr ti elating .agony for ll days, he lireath^d5h'fs Ia'|t1., ;... .'. * '.We1 aiiso leaVlij., tUaVa.jrJa'ring attempt was ;Vm'ailie:V.on'the 24lh.of,. June, to assassinate . ? Mr. M'Le'itd) the Superintendent of Agric'ulr lure. Several prisoners having absconded from' the'sVuieWnt, Mr. M'L. was in the. actj)f_piirsuing them,' when some of their-' number suddenly,rushed upon him from an ambush, and inflicted' several desperate tvojfn%" iqSoh his liead^ With the utmost ' tlifficulty he. regained the settlement, and ' When the Isabella left, wars in a fair way of recovery. .."/"? ?¦'While bilr slea'fn-yessels.,are -renderi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

MECHANICS' tNSTllUTION, MR. SPRENT, A.M. will deliver a Lecture un Hie Foiir Cardinal.Rales of Arithnii tic, itt the Court House, on Monday next tbe 29th inst, ut 7 o'elatk in tue evening precisely. J, WOOD, ; . ? -,-;. Secretary. ' ENGLISH HAY of superior quality for sale at Salmon'-Farm, Hew-to wu. ^10 per lou, or £0 at the slack. ?¦ . TOBE LET, With immediate possession. TT1HAT desirable residence, in Murray ..street, at X present occupied by Mr. Henry jennings. Apply to Mr. J. G. Jennings, Macqtiarie-st. TO BE SOLD, LFme toned Cabinet Piano' quite ,newd Ap- ply to Mr. J..P. Deane.,- ,.,. TO BE SOLD, A Double Phaeton, with pole and shafts for single horse or pair, with new set of harness complete. To beseeu at Mr. Geo: luck well's, Li feipool-st. ... ? ? -,-;;r. '- '! ' ¦ BROWN STOUT.. ON Sale, 100 bhds. Taylor'* Double Brown Stout, lauded from the Surry, in fine condi tion. W. M.\WLE. Wharf, Angust 24,1831. LANDED Proprietors and .Settlers in the inte- rior, desirous of improvin...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS: By His Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the   Island of Van Diemen's Land and its de-   pendants (?), &c. A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS by the Act or Ordinance, intitaled.     'An Act to regulate the slaughtering of   Sheep and Cattle.' it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor of person for the time being, administering the Government, by any Proclamation or Proclamations for that pur- pose issued from time to time, to declare and ap-   point one or more public Slaughter-House or Houses for the slaughtering therein of sheep, pigs and cattle, in and for any town or place: Now, therefore I, the said Lieutenant Governor, do by this Proclamation by me for this purpose issued, declare and appoint that on and from 1st day of Sept. next, the lately erected building situate in the town of Launceston, on the side of the Cata- ract hill;...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 August 1831

The Courier. 8ATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1831. Arrived on Monday the 22nd. instant, the ship Vibilia, 3(J0 tons, Captain Robert Stephenson, frbin London 5lh April, willi a general cargool'merchandize. Passengers, Messrs. Driscol, Cowper, Dr. Brocke, (bro- ther of Dr. Brooke of the Argyle), E. Rand, esq.Master R.itand, Mrs. M'Naliy,Mr. Mime day, Mr. and Mrs. Milburn, Mr. Burnett, Mr. Rands, Mr and Mrs. - Joins, Messrs. Day, Pugh, Kennedy, Hoswel, Robinion. Arrived on Tuesday the 23d instant, the ship Mary Anne, James Jacks, commander- from Plymouth, 12th of April, and the Cape of Good Hope 5th July, with a general car- go of merchandise. Passengers - Major Forster, Mrs. Forster, Miss Mary C. Forster, the Reverend Mr. Dowling, Mr. Fred. Par- kinson, Miss Sarah Taylor, Miss Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. French and 9 children, Mr. John Badcock, Mr. Thomas Baker, Mr. John Dean, Mr. H. Murdoch, Mr. and Mrs. William Bayliss, Mr and Mrs. C. Bayliss and 4 children, Mr. Aaron Letting- ton, Mr. J. Barkers, M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 September 1831

QM ¦ ©jtfETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS i By His feweWeacj/ COLONEL GE*ORG# ARTHUR, Lieuteriaht.Goternoroftke . Island pf Van Diemar* Land and Us &? pendehcies,8fc. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS by the Act or Ordinance, intituled. ' An Act to regulate the Impounding of Animals for Trespass, and for .other purposes relat- ing thereto:' it is enacted that it shall ba lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to erect and establish Public Pounds for the Impounding of Animals therein for Trespass, and instead of such' poonda ot any of therri, to substitute others, and appoint keepers of all such pounds; and any of such pound* keepers to displace is to bim may seem meet: Kow, therefore, I do, by this my Proclamation, di. feet and proclaim that the pound or place com- monly used as a potind at present erected, or which shall within doe month from the date here- of, be erected for the purpose of being used as a , ptfblic pound for the impounding therein of ani- mals for trespass, and the same is her...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 September 1831

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND; ' A SPEC!KX, General Meetingof the Proprietors A of Bank Stock, will beheld on M>n<iay fte Mhday of Sept. next, at 12 o'clock P««»!?;.J« Take nto consideration the expediency of incre^. S'tae present capital of the Bank and to receive {fae report of the Committee thereon ?«'«*]* * .Wution of the general meeting of the 1st Aug. ,Mt* TY. LOWES, Cashier.'1 Mle].. p?r August 15,1831.; ENGLISH HAY of superior ^HfeJ& at 8a1mon>, Farm, New-town. *10 . toa,or £$« fte.stack. ? ; -= ^ .,,...?... ¦ ¦ TOBE LET, ^ ¦¦?¦?'¦¦'¦¦¦¦-; 1 With itiimediate'possession; THAT desirable residence in Murray, street, at present occupied hy Mr. Henry Jennings. Apply to Mr.;J. G. Jennings, Mscqnsrie-st. TO BE SOLD, Fine toned Cabinet Piano quite new. Ap> ply to Mr. J." P. Deane. jBR^^NrSTOlJi;.,, dor?». Do lie Surly. W. M*WLBV ¦-.ii !u :; , ' ? JirfMV" ?IVM'e --U. *:.U ; ON, Sale, 100. b.hds. Taylor?. Doubte Brown ,' Stout, landed ftom tVSurty,idfne^fthdi; ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 September 1831

THE HOBART TOWN BOOK SO- CIETY. ?coo? ALL honks belonging to tue Library, now in the hands of the Mt mbers, are requested to be immediately returned to Mr. J. P. Dearie, to enable bim to arrange the lots for the public sate about to take place, agreeably to the resolutions passed at the Annual General Meeting on Monday iB«t. :: tn fature the books will be exchanged at the Courier Office, Liverpool street, where the library li now deposited, between the boure of 3 and 5 every day except Friday.' JAMES ROSS, Librarian. WANTED; * " A person to Contract for the " crating. of Drain through a Marsh, One ' and a-balf j mile in length, and tree from clay aud ali obstruc- [ tion of trcci. ike. The drain to be four feet deep, six feeftvide at top, and three feet wide at bot- tom. Persons qualified to undertake the Work and who can give security for iis due completion, will please statr' tbjjr^ price per Rod, by letter, addressed to A. B.^P Office, Hobart-towo. Sept S, 1831., ^F . FOR FREIGHT ...

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THE ENGINEER DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 September 1831

'»hB ' , . Jc ENGINEER DEPARTMENT. Jj, ' It now appears certain thal'the abolition pf this important establishment is determin- ed oh. 'Aware therefore1 of the ruinous ef- fects of such a measure to t lie colony at, large, our only hope is, that the period for carrying it into execution may not also be so hastily resolved upon. It is true that at Sydney the Governor has' rilrWdfv carried it into effect* if we may judge from the npiices published in the Gazette of that colony;, but the authorities both Hefe and af home, ought to recollect that Ntw Spulli \Valef was colonized at. Jeasf! twenty years before Van Diemeh's land, 'and therefore it is but reasonable that we,' who-are as yet; strug gling with the com'tnoti difficulties incidental' to all young settlements,'especially"srire- motely situated as this,- but wliich.the elder colony by its greater age and fostering op- portunities has in a great depree overcome, it is but reasonable that we'should be more hesitatingly and more gen...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1931. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 September 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1831 Arrived on Thursday the 1st instant the brig David Owen, Capt. Andrews, from Launceston, to complete her cargo and pas sengers for Swan River, for which place she will be ready to sail we learn in a few days'. (Since writing the above we observe this vessel advertised for freight or charter.) The Nereus sailed on Saturday for Syd   ney with a small portion of her original car go intended for that market, The Drummore has not we learn been able to dispose of the whole of her import cargo of Mauritius sugar, and proceeds to Sydney with the remainder, where a higher price is anticipated, Tbe Waterloo, Captain Addison, with   the detachment of the 57th regiment from   this colony sailed from George-town on Sa- turday last for Madras. The whale fishery, we rejoice to learn, is likely to prove more than usually lucrative to the enterprising and deserving projectors this season. The boats, especially of Messrs....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 September 1831

TO FARMERS. A respectable steady and induntrious young Man wants a Situation as Overseer in a large Establishment, who is a superior Sheep shearer and Seedsman. A character can be given that will bear the strictest investigation Ai. B. A good premium will be required« Ap- ply at this office ; if by letter, post paid. TO BE LET. With immediate possession; A Neat Cottage at the corner of Macquarie and Barrack streets. Apply on the piemises. Hobart town, Sept. 8,1831. FINE SPERM OIL. THE undersigned have on Sale ex Dragon, fine Clear Sperm Oil, by the Gallon. "'. ?? WOOD & CO. Liverpool-street. TO' be let or sold with immediate possession, in'Murray Street near the corner of Livei pool street. The House and Premises lately occu- pied by Dr. Crowther. Apply to Mr. SrOKELL, New Marketplace. 8th ¡september, lbSl._" tf CAUTION. ALL Persons found trespassing, by grating Stock, or euttine or carrying away Timber, on my graut of laud, situât« at the first bridge, Broad Marsh fronting ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 September 1831

TI« «A2ETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : ÍIOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. l63,Colonial T Secretary s Office, Sept. 7,1831. Ticket's of Leave have been granted to the tin dermentioned, between the 31st Aug. and 7th inst.-. - .Francis Wright, 8J«. Asia 8. " William Crosland, 551, Commodore Hays. John Collins, 401, Malabar. Daniel Withey, 466, Morley. Henry Ellis, 1S6, do, Ey Commnnd of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. *. . -' ?-' 'J ' Í-1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 184, Colonial T Secretary's Office, Sep. 7, IRSI. ," . The period for which the undermentioned per ?.as were transported having expired, Certificate* »ave been granted to them accordingly ;-~ v Sarah Dnmmett, 28, Mulley. Richard Beards. Ocean. ' -. ^ By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 185. Colo nial Secretary's Office, Septr., 8,1831 - HIS MAJESTY'S INSTRUCTIONS no longer admitting ofthe disposal of LANDS in this Colo- ny, othermte than by purchase. His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has directed ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 September 1831

There is one very gra!if>ing fact now be- fore as, to pass over which would lie an un- pardonable dereliction of the tiuty of a public journalist, who professes to hold up the very form and pressure of the times, to his readers. We mean the small number of prisoners in Hobart town gaol, compared to those iu former years. The total' number now confined within these walls is only 86, whereas the average for raariyyears past had never been less than 200. Of these 86 pri- soner! too 25 have already had their offences disposed of, and ate ordered fqr the penal settlements, and seven more of the number ate debtors.; Whether this happy change arises from the decrease of crime amongst us, or from other causes, especially the im- proved mode, of trial by Quarter Sessions, which has been recently introduced, we will not pretend to say, though we would fondly hope that the influence of morality and re- ligion-was gaining ground in the colony, and that the mass of the people were at last be ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1831: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 September 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1831; Arrived on Saturday the 3rd instant, the brig Dragon, from the sperm whale fishery, a full ship. Sailed on Saturday the 3rd instant, the bark Mary Anne, for Sydney,with the part   of her original cargo intended for that port, and about 500 bushels of wheat from Ho- bart town. Sailed on Thursday the 3th inst. the transport ship Argyle for India by the way of Sydney, with the original guard of Lan- cers and other troops, who came out in charge of the prisoners. The brig Prince Leopold sailed on Tues- day, to bring up another cargo of oil from the fishing station at the mouth pfjhe river. The Tula, having, updergone thorough repair, sailed on Sunday in preperation of her voyage, and fortunately nwp$J?r?tàtâtr at the entranceW the Derwent" as she war making out, which hld been to New Zealand tod returned in quest of har. , The David Owen is discharging wheat from Launceston, the Vibiiia is discharging nercbandice from London, the D...

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