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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

-CAUTiiUSL_ ? f %LJ3* PERSONS are liereby -cbh iioned- ??*«. ^gai«gt^©»t4ing-and vearwJagawayi^iiB ber, graziag sfte-£p 07 *c.attla, or otherwise tr^s- 'passing, on -our 4ands Ip the Westward-^viz.i: Jl ?GrgntMto W*i. fkBCHKU, se«y ifcoundedjon the East by a Grant to Mr. Hbbler ; oil the S_putlTby Me Ly UletorTs landT on *lnriffest 1-y Quamby's BTook^^nd^n^e^^lii^-5^e4»eanaeiv--5Aisa,- J-.«t -d6pkttely purchaswi by^WM.^.*cnfeii^4«in., bounded on the East by QuatnbyVBroqk, otMhe -3$©uth by a Location-to Mr /Brumby, -oh tlieAVe&t- by Captain Fentori's liand, and -on fhe^orth^by the xVeander ; as, after this notice, all trespassers vwiH/be prosecuted. ~i~. ? ? ? TVflOTAM UTOflm, Sm. - WILLIAM ARCHER, ion. Norfolk Flams, Sept. 10, 1831. ? '?*. AUSTRAL! A .V ifltiXlKE ASSURANCE CDOTPltNTr CTJWTOSFD OF ?SOME OF ' THB-'-MOST RESPECTABLE AX® WEALTHY INHABITANTS ,OJF NEW S0U3VH WAL.ES. ^reTOTTTniifiwiiig^OcTiilemen were elected held -at the residence of Robert Campbell, Juii. .Esq., ...

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RENEWALS IN CORNWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

RENEWALS IN CORNWALL. Bailey, Edward, Horse and Jockey, Sand Hills Broad, William, Foxhunter's Return, Campbell Town       Brumby, William, Crown, Norfolk Plains Clayton, Henry, Norfolk Plains Hill, James, St. Andrew Inn, Perth Hogg, Gavin, Campbell Town Inn, Campbell Town     James, Joseph, George Town       Williatt, Newman, Longford Hotel, Norfolk 'Plains          

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PUBLICAN'S LICENSES GRANTED THE 17th SEPTEMBER, 1831. RENEWALS IN LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

PUBLICAN'S LICENSES GRANTED THE 17th SEPTEMBER, 1831 RENEWALS IN LAUNCESTON. Adams, John, George-street Aylwin, George, Ship, Charles-st Barrett, Joseph, Mermaid, Brisbane-street.   Brodie, Geo, Sinclair, London Tavern, Cameron-st Campbell, Neil, Black Swan, Brisbane-st Davis, Henry, White Conduit House, Charles-st. Daniels John, Ferry House, Bridge-street Hinksman, Elizabeth, King's Arms, Charles-st. Inall Thomas, Hope and Anchor, George-st Lenoy, Abraham, Cross Keys, George-street Mackie, William, Cornwall Hotel, Cameron-st. Marriott, Thomas, Plough, Charles-street Mc Clure, James, Royal Oak, Wellington.street Milne, William, Union, George-street Somerville, Mungo, Caledonian, Charles-street Stewart, Alexander, Rose and Thistle, Charles-st. Wales, Alexander, Commercial Tavern, John-st. White, Richard, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-st.  

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NEW LICENSES IN LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

NEW LICENSES IN LAUNCESTON. Bentley, Timothy, White Swan, Brisbane-street Brand, Robert, Charles-st   Connolly, John, Charles-street Evans, William, Joiners' Arms, Cameron-street Feutrill, Theophilus, York-street   Foster, Thomas, Cimitiere-street Hamilton, George, Charles-street Hardman, Ann, Brisbane and St. John-streets   Mailer, Robert, Brisbane-street Monds, Thomas, Brittannia, St. John-street   Radford, George, William-street     Rose, Alexander, Charles-street Sevior, John, do.  

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

THE GARDEN. [FROM COBBETT'S ENGLISH GARDENER.] On Propagation and Cultivation in Ge neral. — In order to have good products, we must be careful and diligent in the propagation aud cultivation of the several plants ; for, though nature does much, she will not do all. He who trusts to chance for a crop, deserves none, and he generally has what he deserves. The propagation of plants h the bringing of them forth, or the increasing and multiplying of them. This is effected in several different ways : by seed* by suckers^ by offsets, by Uyers^ by rutiings. But, bear in mind, that a« plants from the radish to the oak, nwy be propagated by the means of seed; while there are many plants which can be propagated by no other mtans; and of these the radish and ' the oak are two. Let me just qualify here, by observing, that I enter not into the deep question (which so many have puz zled tbeir heads with) of equivocal generation. I confine myself to things of which we have a cer tain knowledge. : ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

MISCELLANEA. EARL^FiTZwrLTJLAM.--A farmer called on Earl Fitz william to re^mTseliriifarrris ctoirbf /wheat had been seriously injured in a held adjoining a certain wood, where his Lordship's hounds had during the winter frequently met to hunt. He stated thut the young wheat bad bfcen so cut up and destroyed thai, in some paTt^rrreTtrtrldnot hope for any produce. ' Well, my friend,' said his Lordships* Lam aware that-we have done considerable injury, and if you procure an esti mate of the loss you' have sustained, I will repay you.' the farmer replied, *« That anticipating his lordship's consideration and kindness, he had requested a friend to assist him in estinming the damag^aud they thought that, as 1 he crbj) seemed quite destroyed, £50 would not more 'hah repay -h+m^ — T4ie—Eaj4-jmin6diateJy__gaye him ? the money. As thfi harvest hdwever, a^KSSclieo'v1 the wheat grew, and in those parts of the field ?that -»^re -nflost .^trampled ^wn,-4^e4-5orn-:4vas: strongest and most luxuria...

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THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

THE XAPE. ? :— ?:?? We take advantage of the ' Extracts from Cape Papers,' in ihe Sydney Journals, for the infor mation of our readers in Van DiemeiTs Land, as they ^re of ^l later date than* our last arrivals from the Cape : ' '~ Slavery in its -worst features exists at the Cape. It is painful to behold the columns of so intellec tual a Journal as the -'-South African,' disfigured by notices of the following sort ;— *' A-t G roe m- t)erg, in the district of Stellenbosch, atlO o'clock a. ni., a female slave, named Sanna; also, hous hold furniture, kitchen utensils, &c.' Again,— '?For-nccouot of the' estate of the late Martha Cornelia Van der Riet, widow of Willem. Stepha nus van Rynevejd, the slave Mentor, of this Co lony; by trade a cook, who will be put up at 12 o'clock on Monday, the sale of him having been postponed on Saturday last.' It seems the Gape People,, anxious to set Minis ters right nh'wt-s''»«---ontgigpla*g/J measures J of -very great and vital importance to t...

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MEMOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

MEMOIRS. Br«wc«am.— Mr Brougham is the descendant -of a~very respectable family in the county of Westmoreland: he was born in St. Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, September 19, 1778. Mr. Brougham first took his seat in the House of Commons for Camelford, a borough in the In*' terest -iftlwnButee of B^d^rd^ft ^KanldTbe. ti almost endless task to enumerate the services of Mr. Brougham, as a member of parliament. As a lawyer he has chiefly distinguished hira «elt in defending actions for libel, and in vindi cating the liberty of the press ; but there is no place in which eminent lawyers are accustomed to appear which was not occasionally the scene \6T Mr. Brougham's professional labours. He nas pleaded in the House of Lords^-at the Privy Council— in the Court of Chancery— in all the common law-courts— and before the lunacy com missioners assembled in the Grays-inn Coffee House; indeed the, last of these places was that in which his last great professional effort was oiade. It was in the cas...

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A YORKSHIRE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

- XrYOatfi4ItB.fi STOUT. A farmer yaiicft^jHraave hp.eard say, tiad^ent his daytle wran a^ay, ' ?-? for what ^to -me'«t ?raak«niea iwatt«r, U^iHiwaflfflakHiuy stoury «nny better ?$ ! ----- — .-Si^E!^^ '-*'«-*-Tn-fhiit'wurlife'«eaiiiJE!^-- is aoo^Hii^T'jpleacy^irfPiT^d to stay aHwatfcei tlui Jtoffijk had wean left K«*»in quite, for WJ^tKwar Jodh« cam mi to smeak Ws pipe ; fi.eea H-obm inead up a soury feace, end teird Jonhn he war oot o' pleace. Ayei ayel^es^otiimv-lwoVlliat^itty-lad,' - ? W^jeMa_been^eajlLoufht at's-bad! riay^inarry^ sesHRobin, aave been deain nea harm; ?--*?? ?? ? -. - .; nobbiat me ant, measter yah day gal ower warm 1 lie began p'llitin taa seea aa did t*seame, ?$«s Jouhn, aas boon to tak on a day tip man, seea, Robin, if ta likes to cum to me, tfooo can ; fharu yah tiling as nan kno — what can ta dea ? -), Joubti, i-n»y thing ya like to set *ma teea ; -aa cart shear, an maw,, an theak, an brew, tiay, thars tiou^iH ye'il -set «na but aall dea ; but afoar we sattle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

29tb Sept./ 1831- ? J SALEBY^AIJCTION. _- . twiimw XTimSSm « ^o'clock, ^C BY I -Mr. G. S BROME, ? , ? _. '^S_Q £| ^f ^District Constable. 1 J\ . flLwnceston, Wj* October 4th, 1831. 1 ^ A] ? ? . __ ? ? ? I*™*** NOTICE. 1 ^ Xaunceslonr T,^, TT-k] 1st. October, 1S31. . xlNc GOODS PER FUNC8AL. 4 ;a VAUIET^MJF **r£Z ^Loijdon, and are con- 1 ¥ Jashlobable printt |l ?ffl^^^a5tttin'aBdmorocco AND ALSO, bagging, staren,u , - jhjjmw tea, to ?. .. ^t&^^p^^^^^ — ? Xenncftstoo, . _ — ^ ? ___: ? ___^ Obtober'% *p?*' . ^ feed; ^f^BaamuoMff^ the J riety of other^oods. )ane1Street, Oct.4,183i, /j French Wines^xMind^ ' ^ROM THE MAURITIUS. ! -R SALE, at ihe Stores o£.the:Un=t dersiffned, CHAMPAIGN*, , CLABET, SACTERNE, &c, «f-p«nce. H ,T. WILLIAMS. unceston, 29th September, 1831. ' '- ? ? ? ' — WANTED, I FEW *M™?A^?°SJi!' ►WNE. , I Blober4tb, 1831. \ -r-r~ ? ~ ^OTICE^ ^ .. ' ? S^rf ».rt ff.wO, SoliaitM and ,tary Pob«e. WANTS A SITUATION. » RESPECTABLE midaie-«ged man, rP°i^ «S^theiB.na...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

? LLftLle «U«*«J us -are the Southern Colonies by »4t»e 'Mini8t#rav;ti«LJlo!BP^^--liieu^iBportanc« is 'daliy tn»comm«» more apparent ; by a T«blet-5f Hmports, published in the Svdnsy 'GAcevrB of *the I5ifo;iHtiroo, it^ppears that the total amounts tto no -Ipbs-^t sum th«n £4S7$3®; -Of this .sum, .^154,076' is 'fKmrsfforei^n. States, £$H&7\ from : ?British Colonies, and the Jwtiwmg^£Jl44%g-3 ~ ^froTif'Gr^t'BrUaiii audfeiaml, ..!__.... - Among the Imports in the above-mentioned TiiMe, is 5 US98 bushels of wheat, valued *t #14,535, 13£97 of which are from the Colonies, 58,879 lbs. of wool, £\,j6OQ0 from 4- D. Land. The -oli from the 'Fisfieries Teeeived-diiring-the year, -was, 491 tuns b. whale oil, v(£0^30) and 1755 tuns s.'oH,i-.£9l^GQ0). The Table of Exports is promised, but deferred until a future number, -*rhich we have not yet received.

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

— ?' !fbiicb of grain. lAUKCBSTON.^ ^ a- | -- x 5 ? 6 to 6 : 0 Wheat, ? -??? * ; G _ 0: o Barley, ? ?'? g. 0 _ o;0 | HOBABT TOWN, ^ fl- I - 5 ; 6 t Wheat, ? -??:'. 5:0 ^ | . ' ?« Barley, ? ? ' 5 ? 0 \- IOats, -^2211111111^ '*'' ? — V '^ rrvvrp^irhaTbeei^c*Wed, - _^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

ADVERTISEMENT. , ¥ISCOUNT is now staading at Trafal gar, wliere lie will remain during the Season. F. BRYAKT, £. BRYANf. ' Trafalgar, Oct. 4th, 1831. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 30th, 183k WHEREAS it iteth been represented to the Lieuteaaat Governor, that on Monday the fifth day of the present month of September, three Stacks of Wheat in the Farm Yard of Joseph Archer, Esquire, at Burlington^ were feloniously and maliciously set on fire by some evil-disposed person or persons unknown ; His Excellency for the better apprehending and bringing to justice the persons concerned to the felony, before-mentioned, is hereby pleased to ? promise a Free PardoR to any of them, except the person w he actually set fire to the said stack or stacks, who shall discover bis accomplice or accomplices iberein^so^ that he, sue, or they may be apprehended and cduvieted^hFreofr ? If such discoveries shall be made by a free per son, he or she shall receive, in addition to the said pardon, a reward o...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, OCT. 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

MONDAY ,~OCT. 5, »»!._, agitated the States of the *^J%ZJ the Schoolmaster. Be that, ho«ev«, as .t ^ iepolWcalaffaJrs.olihe^rWare*^^ by the wrious ministries. Mj yTheC0loni.iPre..n.»stbe.»^^ IsSoBeOteioterests^^.^^ iSttoo their lw.l»av.a.,e«l)He.J w'4 we see that a grpaTdeai^wa^^|jeans_Jn -yery Colonial paper we take up, about ihe palladium of our rigfets a«d pcwH-»g-es— ««/rr*un-a/t-»». Ne cessary, however, as is tiiu great institution of ?our native land, it -does aot always f-Mom that where that is -net established, legislation, must, tis a matter of conrse^^^ad ; it is possible thai Ah^e may be honest men in the state, besides those nominal ly chosen by the people ; and «nder I ^(^ ciTCumst^hoes ihe legislathre assembly is, to M intents and purposes, efficient, «o long as it t-e composed of such men, and discharges the func tions with which it is entrusted, in compatibility with the public weal. ? UCheJiegislative ConnaTel this Island, it is now ipretty evident, are~sufficiently...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

.'-: SYDNEY. 3Jy the Hind,. which Arrived here on Wednes - *day, we received an additional single paper, pub lished subsequently to the sailing- of the Kains We have also been favoured with 2 numbers of the GA£ETTE~the 1 3th and 15th ultimol The H er add of fthe' 12th , to which journal our little commercial community is certainly much indebted, for its accurate and extensive informa tion, quotes wtieat in the market at from?6s. to «Ts. 6d«, and the Average prices of wheat for the week ending Septr. l^th— Best wheat .7s. 7d, J Middling, 5s. 4d. ; Worst, Ss. *d. — -JTlre~6AZE'CTE dMts^l^ltrUltimo, quotes the average price of wheat £t— Best, Vs. to 7s. 6d.; Second .quality, €6. to M8s» 6d. ; Average of all , dqualities; .7s. 2|d. ...-?? ; ../ The barque Surry, Captain Dacre, is ad ver' 4ised for Lauoceston^ to leave Sydney toe 1st. -treek in. October. The Australia and Henown are laid on for London— the latter to sail in all September— the ? former at. the end of October, ? --, — : Fr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, OCTOBER 5th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

SHIPElHC^lKtECtlOENOE. XAUNCESTON, OC^OBEa 5th, 1831. ARRIVED. ?' . „ _ r_. I On »^V trf%SiRE?S^'**1 1^^^^^^^^ Mr. G^t iLST-bSSW.,- * a general cargo. ? I

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

TO LICE. cSept, SBth^— -George Gardiner, having violently assaulted Mary Scales— fined i?l., and bound over to keep the .peace for six months. Charles: ?Claries, drurik and disorderly— fined -5s.,- and^ abound over to *k«»ep the peace for six months. (Patrick 'Gog-arty, drunk and disorderly— fined 5s. John OunhilU drunk.— 'fined 5s. John Boon, ^charged with illegally retaining in hh possession, sundry articles of wearing -apparel, the property ot 'Ann Williams — charge dremiss«d. Thomas Jea vans, illegally catting and splitting timber on the land of Mrs. Mary Reibey of Sydney, situate at ;Pattersori's Plains— ^fitted £S^ to return 400- of ? ffititrpaTmg, aod in d^fntaittti-jt^jmeut8 months 'in the house of correction. 27th.— James Cole, drunk and disorderly, 'fined 5s. John Harrison, ?drunk, fined 5s. 29th.— 'Michael Norton, drunk, fined -j5s. William Burke, drunkenness, and strik ing the constables, fined 5s., and bound over to ikeep the peace for six months. Wi f liana Welsh, havi...

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THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

The Australian. The use General Darling has made of Ills pre .rogative of granting away, crowxi lands and crown labourers, '(and withholding them) when, and to whom, and from whom, he or his Prira* Minis ter Mr. M'Leay, liked, at his or their caprice and pleasure-; and indeed the whole system of ** boards,' and granis, und leases, and sales of, land, and assignments and revocations -)f assign -menisr^»a*ve^ — created great-~^issatisfa;otion at | home and abroad, in the Colony and out of it ^as: no doubt many of our present readers know full ''well to their cost). What have-Ministers proposed io themselves? Do they curb that afeused pre-j rogativei No. Bo they punish the parties go. loudly and so hiiterly complaio^d against? No ! Do they redress the wrongs of tlie Colonists i No ! Do they meditate ode act exclusively to benefit ; the Colony ? Not No* Noi Noli I What do they theni My Lord-Goderich, or Lard Howicit rather, who is no doubt a very knowing sort of a. person in his own con...

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FROM THE SYDNEY JOURNALS. SALES OF LAND. LETTER FROM MR. E. S. HALL, SYDNEY, TO THE SECRETARY FOR THE COLONIES. TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD GODERICH, HIS MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES, &c., &c., &c., Sydney, August 15th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

FROM THE SYDNEY^ JOURNALS. SALES OF LAND. Letter fROMMu^. £r9Aiu.SxDXVX- to tub Secretary for the Colonies. . ? -? -- , — - »{? ' „ ' to the Right Hon. Lord Goderich, His Majesty's PriNCiPAL Secretary of State fou the Colonies, &c, &c, &c. Sydney, August 15th, 1831. By your directing the Lands of this Colony to be sold to the highest bidder (the mini, mum price being five shillings an acre), your Lordship has destroyed a patronage, which from, the manner in which the present Government ex* ercised it, had become odious to the Colonists- ;? At the same time, by making no exception m | favour of Emigrants newly arrived, your Lordship. I will put a stop to the emigration to this Colony | of men of capit^^^is^^-w4U4ie-ArlDi&lQ_, ? 1 the Colony, and the people are alarmed about it. j Nevprtheless, such has been the annoyance and : Lotion which the mode of alienating the Crown . * ia.rtc a,lnnted bv General Darling coated umong I the itthabitants^oTthe Coio...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

TO 'THE EDITOR, Sir, Perceiving in the Tasmanian a long yarn relative to the late inquest on the bodies of Captain Thomas and Mr. Parker, wherein it is endeavoured to be shewn that they were killed in open warfare, and consequently that the Blacks captured after the said action between two de- fenceless gentlemen (while in open friendship with them) and the enemy, were only prisoners of war, allow me to ask through the medium of your paper, whether upon the same principles, any white man can kill an Aborigine as his avowed enemy, without any risk of being tried for mur- der ? Or whether it is intended that the Blacks should kill us, and we not kill them ? I do not wish to enter into a controversy upon this subject, but I think it would be particularly desirable that Government should specially men- tion in what light the Aborigines are to be viewed, and which of its 999 orders relative to them it is intended should be obeyed. TOM TOUGH.  

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