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PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

PRISON DISCIPLINE. -Á *tk% last report ot the Society for ¡the im- provement of prison discipline read at the few Exeter Hall on the 30th of May, Mr. Fowell Buxton in the chair, pressed particu- larly oo the Society the necessity of adopt* jn»» ,"wbat , they called "a, system of secoadary punishment (meaning we sap éose'a-feçond punishment after the first has m^ifa^m* .cn «nee, saidJbe report, had demonst;ra.ted that transportation wat ineffectual as a secondary punishment, and confinement m the bulks was still more defective, as it did not admit of any classification of the! prisoners, and the melancholy result was, that few criminals! W*TÎ ««¡Ht*.*' P?W^ wÀth' «Ml« niWft M WVMu%|Jt» operaUop. .The report Strongly recommended as a good! Substitution, fl Well regulated system of pe-l « MtV* solitary eonfinemenj, »na>elwous m .tuiction, aurl adapted tot all classes of of | fenders^ The United States, it was said,] example of the -avantages derivable from the establishment "ciT suc...

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(To the Editor of the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

(To the Editor of the Courier.) SIR,--When in a former Courier you were pleased to offer a critique on a book lately published by me, entitled ' Observations on the Funded System, &c.,'--it was my inten- tion to preserve perfect silence on the sub- ject, but as I now observe that your paper of last Saturday's date,you have recur-red to the same subject, I think a few re- marks on my part will not be out of the way.   You seem to lay great stress on my having said that people in England are hanged and transported for trifling offences, and opinions so broached may lead to disap- ppontmetnt and probable insubordination. I fear neither.   I have argued upon general principles, I have merely stated what has been said over and over again by the most enlightened men of the age, viz--' that the laws of England like the laws of Drace were written in cha- racters of blood.' So true is this, that the British government has for generations past   ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 November 1831

SWEDISH TURNIP SEE!). A quantity ofSwedisK.-nd Red Round TUR- NIP SEED, both of excellent quality, on «ale at the Store of MM. Bradley at Oatlands. Oatlands, Slst Oct. "HORSES & STOCK.-At RHODES. MR. WALKER has on «nie by private con* tract «onie superior Brood Mares, Ctlti «ad FMU$, well-bred Butte, qniet Mitch Cattle, Sheep and Barn»,-a quantity of Potatoes The cob Horse, * Young Cleveland,' will cover during the season at L2 «. each Mare, atid 5s. «roomage. , Tenns*-Cash,-Approved Bill», oí Colonial Produce uri» be taken in payment. , " CAMPBELL TOWN. ' wriHBTmdefiigfl«! beg» have to acquaint his fl- friends and the public, that he has opened a Store at Campbell town, comprising a general «?portaient of merchandize, which will be disposed of at nnprecedentedly moderate terms. Ordert directed to the Stores at either Erin LodgVor Campbell town will be punctually at- tended to: ' , , . j ?leaft washed Wool poi chased or taken io pay. ¿sg»tfo,Goods. j.eAEDtaR. October &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS :   GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 22:-Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov.9, 1831. The period for which the undermentioned per- son was transported having expired, a Certificate of freedom has been granted to her accord- ingly:—       Mary Ann Gratland, 48, Henry. By command of     The Lieutenant Governor,       J.BURNETT.       GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 222, Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 9, 1831.   John Thompson, 556, John, Gilbert Marshall, 414. Recovery, and William Uttley, Roslin Castle, have been dismissed from the office of Constable for improper conduct. By Command of   The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 223, Colonial   Secretary's Office, Nov. 9,1831.   A ticket of leave has been granted to Margaret   Ash, 38,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

TO ncccmpaLTî^r.^fc^^'^ land by fra earlropportonijtv^*ire«pe*ty able middle aged person, as NURSE,-who w tho- roughly competent to the charge ofyoung chil- dren. > Apply at the «ffice of this paper. WANTED, A middle aged free Woman, as Nnrseiy-maid or Needle-woman, in a respectable Family. Apply at the Courier office. WANTED, AN accomplished Lady who has been accus- tomed to tuition, and the usual duties of a i Ladies Boarding School. "Letters may be address Hi to A.B. Launceston Hotel, Launceston, with every particular?,. .*- . WANTED, 4 Shepherd who perfectly understands his busi- ness, none need apply who cannot produce estimonials as to his sobriety and steadiness ot obduct ; one folding a ticket of leave will be .referred. Apply at this Office. SWEDISH TURNIP SEED. Aqnamitv of Swedish, and Red Ronnd TUR- NIP SEED, both of excellent quality, on sale at (he Store of Mr*. Bradley at Oatlands. OathndSf 31st Oct. TO BE SOLD, THE Allotment of Ground in Bathurst street, next to th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound Campbell town, district of Campbell town, by the town herdjnvn, on the 30th Oct. 1831. damages Is. per head . J Steer, brown sides, white back, belly wlvdtáU, brand IO near rump. . > 1 Do, black, no brand or ear mark. I Cow, black sides, half right ear off, white on both hips, brand DR on the rump. If these animals be not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by law they will be sold bv me at the said pound on the 7th day of Dec. 1831, according to the provisions of tbo imponod* ing act. SIMON GROVE SAMPSON, Poundkeeper. Dated this 30th day of Oct. 1831 IMPOUNDED. At the public pound, Maxwell parish, dis     trict of Oatlands, on the 38th of Oct. by   George Campbell,-   1 Ewe, tip off right ear and notch in back, brand on the forehead illegible. 1 Do, hole in right ear, notch in back of left, branded A on the right cheek and a dot on the forehead, pitch mark on the right side illegible. 1 D...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

Cfje Courier. ' M I SATURDAY. NOVEMBËU-12, 1831. Sailed on Saturday the 5th instant, the brig Nereus, Capt. Allen, with a cargo of colonial and other produce. Passengers Mr. Irving.'-Mr.?amett, Mr. H. Rapsey, and 8   others. --.. Tlie Drutnmore, Capt. Petrie, sailed for the Mauritius yesterday, with part cargo of wheat and other colonial produce from this place and thence to London. Passengers Major and Mrs. Douglas, Capt. Smith and Mr. Passmore. On Sunday the bark Surry, Captaiu Veale, formerly Dacre, arrived at Launceston with goods from Sydney and 30 horses ; and on the same day from the same place, the bark Mary Anne, Capt. Jacks. Passengers by the former vessel, Capt. and Mrs. Dacre, Messrs. Hawthorn,Lord,Zaddock, Godfrey, Boucher and 4 servants ; and, by the latter, Messrs. Pearce and Read. Both these ves- sels are laid on to load with wool and other produoe direct for London. They bring news from Sydney .to the 22d October. The brig Mary and Elizabeth, which left...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

' The numerous complaints brought under .rar notice at this season, of the grievous operations of the impounding system, cspe cially in Hobart town and ils immediate vi- cinity, become unavoidably an annual sub- ject of comment in our journal. On inquiry however we generally find that the cause of these complaints arises out of the breach not from the observance of our lately passed impounding law, which to say the least, when duly understood and acted up to, is as well ami as carefully drawn as human inge- nuity under the circumstances could possi- bly have been expected to devise. The injuries at present so universally and loudly complained of are two fold, namely first, that cows and other domestic animals «re surreptitiously let loose or driven' from their yards into the street, and thence as a matter of course to the pound for the reco very of the 5s. penalty for being in the street ; and, secondly, that certain unprincipled characters sow or plant a small patch of greens eithe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 November 1831

NO1 ICE. WANT I'D immediately, a Stonemason, who perfectly nndent-indu lu« trade For ie. ference apply to Mr- W. Kimberly, at the Taima nian inn, Bagdad, lîntfdiul, Nov. ti, 1831. WANTON CRUELTY. '? ^TRN GUINEAS REWARD. WHEREAS, some person fir persons on Fri 'day last tlte lilli instant, with wanton cruelty, broke one of the hind legs of a valuable Cow,| belonging to R. J. Kinsman, Esq , of Sun- day Bay, while glazing in the bu>h, near a fence of Mr. Garth's of bandy Kuy. The above reward «rill be paid to any person giving such informati- on as inav lead to the .discovery and punishment of the offender, on applying .to ,Mr. Kinsman, or at ih« ofli ce of this paper, Derwentwater, Nov.) 11,1831. IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound, Bothwell, by Mr. P. Russell, Dcnniston 1 black cow, liiud leg* while, EB on the near rump, and S on tlie off shoulder. 1 black sided cow, and red and white bull calf, W on the near shoulder. 1 grey cow, and black bull calf, brand ille- gible. 1 ginger cow, r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

IMPOUNDED,   AT the public pound, Green ponds, Dysart parish, in the district of Oatlands, by George   Bagshaw, Mr. Johnson's stock-keeper, on the 5th November, 1831, - 1 white steer, notch out of back of right ear, slit in left, and tip off back part, brand on near hip hip, trespass 1s.   On the 7th ot November, by Mr. Robt. Espie, of the Cross Marsh, trespass 1s. per head, 1 brindle bullock, noich out of back do. front of left ear, N W on near hip. - > ..*?--- > 1 red steer,, back, belly and tail white, illegible brand on oft'uip. 7 1 brown sided stear, back, belly and tail, part oí legs white, RT on near thigh. 1 dark brown cow, back, belly, atad part of tall white, a swallow fork in left ear, illegible brand on near hip, a bull calf at her foot. 1 black cow, bally and part of tail white, tip off left ear, JB on near hip. 1 black cow, two notches ont of back of right ear, same brand. I dark strawberry cow, no brand. 1 light strawberry ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

il iii ñ The following is tbe Speech delivered by flu .Majesty in persan on the opening of Parliament on Tuesday tbe 21 st of June: - '""' «''Mr LORDS AND CrBNTLBMKN, *' I have availed myself of the earliest op- portunity of resorting to your advice and as- sistance after the dissolution of the late Parliament. ! ->','Having had recourse to that measure í» for the purpose ofascertaining the sense of my people on the expediency of a Reform in TBe' Representation, I have now to recom- mend that important question to your earliest and most attentive consideration-confident 'lhat.in any measures which you may pro- pose for its adjustment, you will carefully adhere to the acknowledged principles of tie Constitution« by which the prerogatives of the Crowu, the authority of both Houses of Parliament, and the rights and liberties of "Hie people areequally secured. j The assurances of a friendly disposition which I continue to receive from all Foreign Powers, encourage the hope that notwi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

WANTED, _ TO accompany a family proceeding to Eng- land by an early opportunity,-a respect- able middle aged person, as NURSE, who is tho- roughly competent to 'this charge of young chil drem ." . . ?''".? ,.,. Apply at the office of this paper. ;T~ .'? ;'' T"'' .?'' WÀNTEDJ. ' , middle aged free Woman, asNurseiy-maid or Needle-woman, iii > respectable Family. Apply at the Courier office. ^k ?'??.'"'. ',"' "VVÀNTÉi>,.\.: ...j- , . '' AN accomplished Lady who has. been accns !"!¿/V 'iomed^o tuition, and the'nsual duties of a Ladies Boarding Sfchool. ¿Betters may be address <ed to A.B. Launceston Hotel, Launceston,, with l- feyeryrgmftiçttiar» y*?"; 'l'-':^/.'. ' '? , .v,.;'; '".'' '?? '"';/?,;NÖTIGE..''" -'TrwrjANTED immediately, a Stonemason, who J iff /"? perfectly linderetnnäs bis *rade. For re ference apply to Mr. W.Kimberly, at theTasma- nian inn,. Bagdad.         'Bagdad, Nov. 8, 1831   &n...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1831 Arrived on Tuesday the 15th inst., the transport ship Strathfieldsay, 471 tons, Capt. William Harrison, from London 2d Aug. with 231 male convicts. The guard consists of Capt. England, Ensign Tytler, Ensign Monypenny, and 52 rank and file of the 4th regt. Surgeon and Superintendent Dr. Ross, R.N.   Arrived on Tuesday the 15th instant the brig Margaret, 158 tons, Capt. S. Taylor, from Liverpool, last from the Cape of Good Hope 30th Sept. with a cargo of wine, spirit«, soap, &c. Passenger, Master Yeoland, BOB of A. C. G. Yeoland, of this place. Sailed on Saturday the 12th inst. the «hip Larkins, Captain Campbell, for Sydney, hi ballast. Passengers, Dr. Evans, R.N. Capt. Williams, 4lh rcgt«-Capt. JAoutteyr ¿7t«*do< and Paymaster Carew. Sailed on Wednesday the 15th the ship Lotus, Capt. Summerson, for Sydney, with the part of her original cargo and passengers intended for that port, and Thomas Martin from this plac...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

SOAP, &c. LANDING from the brigs Margaret and Bril- liant, 120 boxes of Soap, ICO casks of Negro-head Tobacco, 190 boxes of stalk Raisios 20 «asks of Butter, Cape Wine, &c. B. GUY. Nov. l8 1831. CHEAP HOSIERY, Sfc. T TIMMS very respectfully bega leave to ac . quaint the ladiea and gentlemen of Hobart town and its vicinity that he has still remaining for sale at very reduced prioes, until tbe middle of De- cember next (when the Shop will close) a great vari- ety of goods of the following description, viz : Ladies' and gentlemen's silk ond cotton stock- ings Gentlemen's doeskin gloves Ladies black kid do. Urlin j's lace, nett, and twinings A vast variety of sewing, knitting, and darning eottons Fustian clothing Linen sheets and «hirts An English feather-bed, bolster and pillows A handsome set of China A variety of joiners'tools 2 pair i'f cart wheels, 41 inches, and ? new patent floor dressing mill, worked by hand, useful to an Interior Settler. Macquarie-*!, opposite ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 November 1831

ff. í "li, rè) i» »H Bl* .AXBTT* OF THIS DAY CC-NTAiN« : - GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 224, Colonial Secietary's Office, Nov. 16,1831. Mr. Adam Thomson is appointed Chief District Constable at Launceston, vice Mr. P.W.Welch resigned. Jonathan Reeder, 345, Albion!, ahd Henry Wil Dams, Ticket of Leave, 404, "Phoenix, are ap- pointed to the Field Police. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. »? II i " -" ' ' GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 225, Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 17,1831. A Ticket of Leave has been granted to Henry Rasten, 302, Arab. / By Commnnd of !The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 226-Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov.l7, 1881. The period for which the undermentioned per- sons were transported having expired, Certificates of Freedom have been granted to them accord- ingly : Thomas Williams, 318 Competitor. George Gardner, Medina. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES FOR THE YEAR 1832. NOTICE is hereby given, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

; When lh» t^aig* «peech wa» jead in the ' \ House vrf>Lordt¿fey the LordChancilTOT, «ùj j after lorne opposition on the part of as [ Lord Ellenborough, the Duke of no I Norfolk moved the Address. A long ins ¡ debate followed as to Hie form of the Address, during which Lord Ellenborough , signalized himself by the bitterness of his opposition to Government. Earl Mulgrave having at length been al lowed to second the Address, the Earl of Winchilsea look occasion to denounce io no i measured terms the whole scheme of the 1 Reform Bill. The noble earle mi Med by , . declaration that he had withdrawn his confidence and support from Government. Earl Grey, in reply, denied that Minis ters were the promoters of révolution. (The Duke of Cumberland here cheered very loudly, and Earl Grey proceeded to ob aerve'that he did not understand how that illustrious person who had always opposed* «el himself to any «tension of the people's Jo rights, could support those who, though the; opposed the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

SELIM.     THIS beautiful high caste Arabian Horse is now at Redlands, New Norfolk, the firm of Henry Oakes, csq. where he will remain until fur- ther notice. Terms-Six Pounds, and Five Shillings to the Groom, including, the use of Paddocks, by a promissary note for that amount at Three months, made payable when the Mares are taken away. Hunterston 18th Nov. 1831. DUNCAN GRAY. THIS splendid young stallion will stand at Anstey Barton, Oatlands, dilling the sea son. Terms-Five Guineas, groomage included. Tom Thumb, got by '. Black Jack, of Claren don" out of the powerful,Somerset Mare " Queen Mab," the Dam of Duncan iJray, will covers few mares towards the end of the season. - Extensive paddocks gratis, but without io »pos- sibility. Anstey Barton, Nov. 1, 1831. CZAR. THE thorough-bred Clydesdale horse Czar, will stand this season at Mr. Joseph Bonney's, Woodhall; will he at the stables of Mr. Thomas Scott, Launceston, on the 1st of Sept, and every ninth day ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

WANTED; rr * TO accompany a family proceeding to Eng- land by an early opportunity,-a respect- able middle aged person, as NURSE, who is tho- roughly competent to the charge of young chil- dren. Apply at (he office of this paper. WANTED, ^ AN accomplished Lady who ha» been accus- tomed to tuition, and the usual duties of a Ladies Boarding School. Letters may be address- ed to A.B. Launceston Hotel, Launceston, with every particular. NOTICE. WANTED, inmisdiajtely, a Stonemason, wjro, perfectly understands his trade. For re- ference apply to Mr. W. Kimberly, at the Tasma- nian inn, Bagdad. Bagdad, Nov. 8, 1831. WANTED TO RENT, For a term of years with the option of purchasing, A "Farm consisting of 2 or 3000 acres of Land, either with or without stock. Letters ad« dressed io Mr. Jellicoe, Campbell ford cottage, will he immediately attended to. , , w TO FENCERS. r ANTED4 good hands who perfectly nnder . . stand putting up a dog leg Fence to the extent of 1200 lud. Those persons who can...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1831. Arrived on Tuesday, the 22nd instant, the bark Princess Augusta, 308 tons, Capt. Samuel Hawkins, (formerly of the Calista) from London 28th June, Rio Janeiro 11 th September, with a general cargo of mer- chandize. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Horne and child, Mr. and Mrs. Archer, Miss Ar- cher, Miss Mary Anne and Mr. T. Archer, Mr. Young, Mr. Harding, Capt. & Mrs. An- derson, Mr. J. & Mr. A. Anderson, Mr.Dare, Mr. & Mrs. Williat, Mr. and Mrs. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Webb and child, Mr. Knight, Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Johnnson, Mr. Church, Miss Batson, Mr. Jordan, Mr. & Miss M'Beath, Mr. M'Farquhar, Mr. Allen, Mr. Cameron, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Williams. The Princess Augusta touched at St. Jago for refreshment. Soon after leaving that port fever broke out in the ship, of   which one man died. Arrived on Wednesday the 23rd instant, the ship Flora, 266 tons, Captain James Sheriff, from Batavia, with a general cargo of e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 November 1831

THE AtETTKOFTHIS DAY CONTAINS : By His Excellency COLONeL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemans' Land and its de- pendencies. WHEREAS, by the Act or Ordinance, intitu- led, "An Act to regnlate the impounding of -animals for trespass, and other purposes reis» ting thereto," it h enacted, that it thal! be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to erect and establish public pounds for the impounding of animal* there* in for tresnáis, and instead of such pounds, or any of them, te substittte others, and appoint keepera of all such parada, and any of such poundkeepers to displace, as ta him may seem meet. Now there fore, I do, by* this* my Proclamation, dire« and proclaim, that the several ponnds or places com- monly used as pounds, at present, erected, or which shall, within one month from the date hereof ' >e erected, for the purpose of being used as public ^pounds, at the places hereinafter respectively next mentioned, shall severally be ptib'ic pounds, for th...

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