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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1831. SUMMARY JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831

SATURDAY, SEPTEMbER 3, 1831. SUMMARY JURISDICTION. Mary Hinchliffe and Sarah Jones charged with ^flteaUn5lse\eial_bpttles of wine, and other arti cles, the prdpei'ty^bT^MlT^siriiOVell. n(ju\lty^-^ Binchlitte to be imprisoned 3 years and ,hard labour, the first motith solitary confinement. Jones to be imprisoned 2 years and hard labour, th^ifrst month solitary confinement. | C ha rlptte Single tori charged nUh stealing a ring I the,property of; Miss^anejJiJa roller, in the dweH I ingsfeose^j^^fltwn^^^ I assigned. Guilty— transported for 7 years. I ????-?'??.? ? -,_?=.— :J:.-~r :;.' — Kdward- 6v nLon jrnd William Karl, charged with 'stealing a load of wood, the property 3f turn- ma-ter, \lr. John ...Bain ber. Guilty— 7 years -t-r-an+ipdr-4-ation,. ? ! ? ' ? ^a«i«(^^fjWTrt^Tih«Tged^tb stealing two yards and a quari*r~o7 cloth, vaJue £] ,J 9s., the pro^ perty of Mr. Ask en Morrison, «. merchant ; and in another count, with receiving the said cloth, knowing it to have been stolen, by a s...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831

QUARTER SESSIONS. Hobart Town, Friday, Septem&er % 1831* 1 £Frdiri the Colonial Times.] Thomas vi'Kenua charged with stealing on the 261b of August, 2 ounces of beef, value one penny the property of John M'Beatli. Guilty— '3 months imprisonment and hard labour - — -WiUiafii-ffi^serr-a -man-of-coldr, chajrged~wjth fatdntdusly receiving a promissory note-, value 101. the property of Mr. G. Watson, a merchant. * - Guilty— Transported 14 years. John Elliott charged with stealing 2 hats, value £%, the pt operty pf JoJm JJinch . if ot IJuilty. B-emanded on another charge.

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CONSPIRACY ON BOARD THE ARGYLE, PRISON-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831

CONSPIRACY ON BOARD THE ARGYLE, PRISON-SHIP.   William Frampton, George Scantlebury, Rich ard Jenkins, William Riley, John -Blake, John Watson, John Haymon, seven prisoners recently come to the colony by the transport ship Argyle, stood charged with a conspiracy whilst on board that ship on the high seas, on the 22d of April last, and within the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England, by combining together with intent piratically to take away the said ship, with the       tackle and apparel, to the value of nine thousand pounds; and with making an assault on Peter Mellish Stavers, the Commander, with intent to steal, take, and carry away the ship, and further, with intent to kill the said Peter Mellish Stavers. The whole of the prisoners pleaded not guilty. Henry Gordon Brock sworn— I was Surgeon Su perintendent of the Argyle, a convict ship, on her recent voyage from England to this colony ; the convicts' were under my charge du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831

r AUSTRALIAN «OMPOS&D O^ . -?'SOME Off TWE MOST it^fiCTASLS^XNiPZI JVEAXJfly IN HABITANTS fllHJL f oHowiag Geaflemen were ejec*ej|; '«?- Directors and Auditors^ at a .\Weting~ field at me residence of Robert Campbell, Jun. ; fiso^-Sydney, oirWeduesday, the 27th June .last : _, ? ^IiaEGTORS_^ ? Messrs. ? Bun it, B. Campbell, Junr. Don hi so n% — H4JT-€iLLNSi)ii, ____!__ _l^ Jones., Xamp^ Messrs. McLaren,. ? ''J, Terry,. Walker, Wardell, ? AUDITORS- :: MessrsT^AR'DINE'RjTftONTELFTOREfahd JR V UER THOMAS SM ITH , Secretary, 'i .(o/Jhefinra^ofjS&UTii Brothers,), THE CNDEHSlGNlvD begs to notify to*he Pub lic, thaffielias^been appotiUed -ft^-EN^o-tlie^iJoiv*-; invaluable institution, at JLAIJI^CESTON ; ai,d j herewith annexes a Scale of Premiums fortlieiiitbi jmatioiLof the Public. ^~ ~ TrWIttiA-MSi ? — Agent to the .Company-. Xaunceston, _^2«i^uguSt, 1331. .SCALE QF PREMIUMS, Free of War Risk. ? ? ^ Guineas ; — --.. pereenTT Tjo anafrom^iiited^LingatJin-r^r^:. . . ^. . 2*...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 September 1831

MARRIED— On the 8th Instant, at Wansted, by the Rev. W. H. Browne, L.L.D., M. Kennedy, Esq. to Miss Wallis.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

?-TO'tHE filUTGU. Sir.— Having iu my former letters briefly ran . thMngh a few of i%e .principal features^' those palpable-wrongs -which 1 dwtm redressable by the local Government, I now conje_Jo tbe'coWdera tton of those, the remedies for which are out of the power of the LieutenIkt Governor. This list is~so~langLlhat the' bill of wrongs recently prepared by some^filiieeentteineii in Hobart TowiLwmLld b»* quite eclipsed in point of length, and^ you and your readers would he~beaf trty Urtd' of your humble servant,* w^re ~ I 'to ~ go through themjieralim. i therefore put a bridle on my pen; _ a«d-as the p-iet says, when giving instances, ** Lest that you think me, tedious and; prolix, ?* TH e'e n content m y self; vr itn iye^or si if.'' One of these is the Land Regulations, including .thMabject «f ^.uit-rents.lheir unequal pressure, &C,,1 which has been so- favorite a topic with you, tnat* nothing is left tor m* to isay. Next carries the^jw-if«r spirit of misapplied Economy, ...

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CHINA TRADE. ABSTRACT OF THE REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

-Z^-±_C HINA TRADE. -ABSTjUtAjCT_jOP THE REPORT FROM THE SELECT INOI \ C'lMPANTf. *iLTJi^_4ieopJkjiij Cliiua a»e represented to be i«i«Mig'irt, indtis' ilmisT^aiiifl ~periiervi»ring ; and although .said to be in some mcakuie .independent of-Jnreign trad'1, owuig 4o ttnn succ. ht- in agri rulture and to ?*H**fo' ******'**' %-* inland conTali^ce,7 yet highly sensible of its vJiluF^^nd anxiously -lis|io»ed to cultivate it. Thi- di»posMiony indeed is btrikiiigly inanif^ted in ihe Chiue&e settlers (Mi the eastern isiaids, «Hi--st- oltject.in emigrat -fme--i«~t4i««-a££iunji]ati-iu. of W ahh witfi .a viewf 10 rei m ning into ihel?uof«MrclSuTitryr iiave a str'tug attachment'; and a furrtiei'^iJr'oof of tbib -pirit is to be lound in the number of Chi He?i. j»mk-» which fieouent the vaiious ports uf ttlfe Arclupelauo. v . ~ '^ '1 ^** The iioverumeut of China derives from; a foreigiTtrade a revenue, estimated, ac 4he most, ^1 £650.000 per annum, besides the advanum resulting Irom the p...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

' TH* GAUDENi [FROM COBBKTT*5~ ENGLISH GAUDENf.R.] Hoj-beds and GREEN-npusRs.--l observed be fore that i* did-not accord wiih my ^rlaii rcTTreaf rof-hot»hou«e*,- which, as I then observed, was a _ branch wholly distinct froing«nleningjn general and applicable to the circuni*t^inces_of compara tively vp?y lew individuals ; anddtiiait» 'therefore^ ,to enter on such a treatise, wouJd be of little use .to the public ^n^genej!al,jirhjJejt would injuri ously augment the bulk of my work. ? Hot-beds are,.however, of a different character :^they may be made an amusement,, and are even things of rea I utility, to a very . considerabie^juimber— o4- .persons: to ail, in short, who have^axdenjs,^and. the stable dung of two or three horses, or ev^ji .of one horse, at their command, or who can pu-- cure such-materials-^* Js the case in the neigh bourhopd of great towns) at a reasonable rate. A ,grfen-hoii.s«*, -upon^aJsmalJ scale, or adajjtHtl .to the particular circiim-staiiCHs of the owner, \a w...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1831. AKKIYED. On Wednesday, the schooner FRIENDSHIP, Has ? Hinfrs^_Ma?t.;-'r. 'from Circular Head, in ballast.— Passengers, Miss Langhan, Mary~RBHdn ? — SAILED. On Thursday, tft° schooner Schnapper, Hall, Mas - ter, jor Sydnpv, with 1,384 bushes wheat, and 2 cwt. potatoes.— Passengers, Win. Abbott, supercargo, frewsoii Thvvals. _ - HOBART TOWN^SEPTEMBEft-lJ, i^rz . No arrivals. or departures.

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SYDNEY, AUGUST the 13th, 1831. FROM THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

SYDNEY, AUGUST the 13th, 1831. THO^rTHfr^^NI^TOR. s. A. Light Wheat (dirty) per bushel of 60 lbs. 5 : 0 Best heavy uJeanJiright ditto, per ditto. ..... 7 : 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

SALE BtTTOTION— — — i ^Y Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the STORES in Charles Street, occupied by GAVIN KALSTON, on TUESDAY, the «7th Instant, aud each succeeding daj* until the ? w|wle-is^solri off, ? ' ? __1 ALL THE STOCK IN TRADEJ _ belonging to the Estate of the said GAVIN RA LSTONv consisting ofy A variety of slop clothing Superfine hats ? Prints, calicoes, Irtshinimn^ ? r- ~l,adies* and gentlemen's shoes Hjbbous ' . . Su perfine coats anfl trowsers Striped and, white; shirts Buck trowsers and frocks Thread-flfldj&itOB ? '. ? I Hosiery , ? Biarikets-- ? — ~^=~ - — ? — ? __ Marsella counterpanes Flannel -:» : — Green baize Cftrpenteri! topis r .Knifes .and torks. I Pit and hand saws „. Nails; aud a variety of other Goods. ALSO,— VatriMiTittB HORSE, '? A~Horse~Carty Water Truck, — ^-^ Machine ^or chopping Bark, Tw© pair of JackJ5crews9 ^ftTge-Qffice'^eBfcv~~^ 7 — — llookcase, ; —7 ; ~^ :~— - rr A Set' «f Horse Harness 5 --?-;_-- . Ali of which will he sold withoutthe leastreserve....

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

Ml-CEU.ANJ5A. Watt's STrAtf-fiveftvc i vbicatoii . — tk Many years a no, Mr. Wan itsvenli d and applied a small insi i unfHH», -wti it*1r -?«?*? n«He — an JihI K^tTrrrVlTTliih ^team-engine ; it iudtcaVs i*1i»f exTemof pintim and -vacuum is aliPMia.it !y formed wifbjjn the --y- ~l'iijd»-r in -order 10 impel Hie p»!»i«» wh*ji j:he_i?ji ?_ ( glllV~lsZ7gt^WTrrk^ — HH-H-of-VPT-y 44THiWlJMlt^HlJlL :fiiviiiff engineVma'fcerr~lru*1 knowledge how t«» make good engines : and was of vt*rjr great use i Xo the_ juvetHp/, just -as a 1iyuVoriyfl*»rro n^Ji*- | tiller. '-He- kept- it_ j» pr.offcibu-i_ _hrc*rvi (or many j '.years; -and 'in 1814. wiien he punished an ac count of bis other inventions, he gave only . an imperfect description-of--a-pail_o_f Jhis one^ with- i -out huv hint of parts whictrare e.ssentialto the | .Successful use. A^ complete m-truin'ent'lTftiTi j wards 4V41 iuio^iujL-faajids mJKji^a^^^ggiLiLhadj 'l)ee« made - by somtMpJLihejKopJT^tit out. fRnai this country with Mr. Wattes ?...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

PRICE OF GKAIN. LAUNCESTON. s. d. --a. d. Wheat, ,,J...^..J.. 6:0 to 6:0 -Barley,'-... ? 5'0— OiO Oats, ? ,.;. 4:6 — 5-0 Flour, (bast) per cwt. 20s.— Ditto (seconds) 17s. Meal, 14s. -per-cwt.

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HOBART TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

-.._.-.-_. , HOBART TOWN, ^ ? Wheat, ? ... 6 ? 3 Barley, ? T.77. .... 5 : 0 Oats/ ? 5 : 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

CZAR fJlfTE thm'ough-lHttl Glvde^le ~Hx-rse ? I, Joseph ttuNN¥v^,^-V4-onira1i V^wiU t-e~at=^iB~ 1*taT»i*s~ot '~Mi . TuosiTVs Se«TTr £aujicestonvj»m.he^ 1 st. of SHjjt«mbfcf, aujl every* n i nth daj aftei that TEiyHi.-^Jfif: jsjgottadi^awd five shillings to -the 'Groom: ---^— - '^' '- ? ? .- ?'.ri.l- ''? — — - TZAR Iras Imported in January last, in the ferie «^ Hiat 4iame i is fo^rjrears old, stands 16 hamib h'gh, and is allowed by a H judges who have m*ph ii\m to be ther ? i n est C Aitr ,-H ©tisKin - — ? -thtetsJaiiiL ? '?? — — ^ — — ? Thosi' -'Persons wishing to leave tbeir^fisrrpsjat ^ofH'J'allllJ^^ i grass Paddocks, at 2sryer week; LauuiPhioir^r: — i t ? * ? * . ? ? ??l_y ~ ~ ?_ ,. , ~ ? ~i— 7-;^ — : ?fpBlS athletic and beautiful yotrng llor.se , ./, Jt win hti^ud nj*jMk. HL CLAY TON'S, -'?' 'Norfolk 'Plain-., 'd u tin -; the ^iijuin^spasou* YOU^G f'KT-fili FIX is a'uertuuftri Roan,'w|lh '-libfk-^Mi LmIa- *luMS\± JJLS«««h»J- fg!?» waMoaJ^d.in 1827, go b* .PttTBIt FflN, out of a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

''___ ? I&rJSydney* ? ?WTO ''sail in ffTUTteeTi days, having nearly Jt i1ie~whoieof bar '-cargo engaged, the1 fine, fast-sailing, tin---i'»«t»s brig t*^l&&E&3L?ilNI~A?^L Robert Ramsay, Cmamander. ? ? For-freighfoT Passage, apply to itfM. WAliKINSHAW, Agent. September 5th, 1831. For Sydney. ? CTWE fiiie, -first -class, fast-sailing Mrqtie '~mt FUN OH AL, burthen ^800 tons, James Dalg \«mi Com-iia«i..pr. wilj I^hvh Hobait Town ? forThi-~1'orHir4ouiteen ???daytu--^u»d take in 4iir#o for .SyrWy,. affo din« a' excellent opportunity to parties desirous of g*»uiutr goods round. - For Freight or l'as«.ag»», apply to September 5th, 1831. AUSTRALIAN MARINE A -SUHA NCE C -MPANY, COMPOS fcD Of SOME OF Tflfi MOST HJBSi'ECTABLE AND WEALTHY INHABITANTS . '~' OF NEW SOUTH WALES. fFIHE following Gentlemen wefe elected'^ ___ ?*- Directors and Auditor.*, at a eeting held st itn» r*-sitfeitcf pf ««««««* ^AMPStx.!^ J*)11* Bsq^Sydm-yToii Wednesday, t lie 27ih June last : r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

C*** For fonrinuattoti -of^rthe J MMmiUTJum. QU EST I ( - N , ['Si*' ^pagP~294 ]

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

'. '' wamcit mm ? . .,. ? ^T^ E A i- V K R T i S E R. _THfi iViMlGRA TION QCESTION. ^-JTjs^lojwwhat^reinaikable that there iieVyL yet wa*« political qunsiion Marled, on w *iich jherf did not exist a gi eat variety of opinion!). It h\- jpears a^if the family tof u.aukiiid watt w»,cou(«ti-: ttitt'd as to b** im ap.Hbit*^»i unanimity uiiidn^si ittt. jaeo^ieifi, on quebtions alfeciiagjthe whdle Jio^ ^« bm ail ^0^^ An oploioo JL!^1 tne JE.«o^rjuiojLli^«*trpii, -di ff» rent in some ^e^p«?.ts, fram—u{1 »wl»kh w--,hav*- h*'vm\ a-t read* ^)is opinion is goITe IWvh.: ai»d wiih ihfH we in -^uded our reniark-s-«n^t{« hJjJy^tt i-j ^Jos«^;=bnt the CoinrniOef aypo'iuted to eT^uirx- ijit«V the ejp p^dieucy^of ti«e measure tiaving put hittb divers 'iTTte?rogatortes—%iLhit;h -appear -t«^a« ;«S/4i sort Of cr(»5ii-eKanr.iudti(Jii of the public, we are again -drawn into the discussion of the subject. W«di not, however, propose lo devote much time to these qut»ri»'S, by taking th«nn--iepirritely7^t» mai»...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

LA UNCESTON ADTERTISEIL MONDAY, Sept. 19, 1831. We beg the public to lend an car to a few remarks which suggest themselves to us, upon a furtheT consideration of the Gbvern . meat Notice -as to the future disposal af Crown Lands. We have before mentioned tliat the British Ministry value popularity with th-» little Colony publics of New Hol land and Van Piemen's Landx^ot^ru^u^ ^Fhey^oofcrfo^4he^la«dits^)f^he jnillioiisjaiL home; which are ofteu begotten by those very acts which elicit the disloyal maledic tions of the hundreds abroad. Their present object is — as we all exceedingly ivelTknow— UTmake it noioTlferirecessaryT and indeed no longer in the power, of the king's immediate or mediate representatives, to procure money by that very convenient and hitherto very easy process, of 'draw- ing upon the Treasury.' They are de termined that we shall support ourselves ; and we also think we see symptoms, that they are determined (hat we shall do a ~~tilfle more. ~^WTe see nothing but wf...

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MURDER OF CAPTAIN THOMAS AND MR. PARKER, BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

MURDER OF CAPTAIN THOMAS AND MR. PARKER, BY THE BLACKS. The painful suspense which has hung over the public mind respecting the fate of these unfortu- nate gentlemen is at an end ; all doubts are now removed— and with them all hopes of their safety. They have been murdered, barbarously murdered   by the inhuman savages whom Captain Thomas was endeavouring to conciliate ; and their man- gled bodies we have seen committed to their last resting-place. Thus two more most respectable   and highly-respected individuals have been added to the list of those who have fallen victims to the barbarity of a race which no kindness can soften, and which nothing short of utter annihilation can subdue. The particulars of this most appalling affair are now ascertained. We will here give a brief outline, in order to introduce some facts not   stated in the evidence adduced before the coroner.   On the 30th Ultimo, Captain Thomas left this town, with ...

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