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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

^/^R. LOANE having received Advicevby 1 the Eliza from JOHN RAINE, Eiq. Own» sr of "the Ship Regalis» that ho hat (hipped for (his Port a valuable Cargo of Merchandize, confining of Swedifli bar, bolt, rod,and höopj Iron, Nail», Wine in wood and bottle, Beer in caik, Ale in bottle* Teas, India Prints, blue Clotha, Hofiery, Saddlery, Draught Hamels, Patent Shot (belt Numbers), Rum, a greal Va« riety of Slopi, Liverpool white Salt, Tin in boxes, Tin Wiri, Straw Bonnets, fino Broad Cloths, Threads, tapes, Iron Kettles & Sauce oana, Engliíli Joan of various colon, Shoe- makers' Ham p and Tools of ill íortsá a few prime Blood üorrei¡ and 20 genuine Merino Rams, together with an extenlive ^dovimani of other valuible Articles too numerous io detail ;-the Regalia may be expe&d ¡nahe Courfe in iht enfuing Week. ÍT'OR SALE,at Mr. LOANS'S New Reliance . in Macquarie.ftreet, «he Remains of his *tock, comprifing a few Toni of white Benares Sugsr, about 70 Chefts of Hyfon Skin Tea...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

From the latest English papers in our collection we extract the following :-   POLAR EXPEDITION.-The following is the plan suggested by Mr. Scoresby for ap- proaching to the icy continent, which though liable to very ferious and formidable ob- jections, affords, perhaps, after all, the only tolerable prospects of accomplishing the designs. "Adopting the mode which the Russian   hunters have employed with such advantage in   exploring the frozen sea from Nova Zembla to the shores of Kamichalka, he proposes to pass the winter in the island of Spitzbergen, and, starting in the spring with sledges drawn by dogs, to pursue a direct journey of 6 or 700 miles to the Pole. He might then expect to find a continuous sheat of ice stretching through his whole track. This ice, being little exposed to irregular currents, would likewise, it seems probable, be on the whole smooth and level; or, if any hillocks should occur on its surface, they could probably b...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

I PaovosT MARUAL'S OFFICS, Hobart Town, 8th April, 1820, in the Lieut. Governor** Court» Barnes », Birchell* WILLCaufo to be Put up md SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Promîtes of .he Defendant «( Pitt Water, on Friday next, the 14th Inflan!, at Two p'Clock in the After* noon, by Virtuo of a Writ of Fieri Facia« \íTu«jd from the above Court, Two Working Bullocks, a Plough, to Bulhels of Wheat in the Straw (more or lefs), and about 20 Bofhels of Peas in Pod, the Property of the Defending unlefs the Execution thereon he prévioufly fuperfeded. -JOHN BIA MONT, Provoft Marfhal; TN tho Cöurfeofthe fir li Weck ot the cniu I ing Month, will be Sold hy Auaion, hy Mr. FaVBTT, at Kangaroo Point, upward«of Thirty Head of Horned Cattle, of the Improved Breed; amongft which are a few primo Port Dalrymple Milch Cows. *ix Months Credit will be given to approved Purcluférs ; and un ieís thev'are previouíly difpofed of by Private .Contract, the particular Day of Sale will be [duly notified.-t-For furth...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, April 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, April 4th, 1820. ' T THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR pro ceeding upon public Duty to Port Dalrymple, all Reports and Returns upon the Current Service to be made during his Absence to Major BELL, C. B. Command ing the Troops in this Settlement.     By Command-of His Honor .- The Lieutenant Governor, H.E. Robinson, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,' 24th March 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of     Meat will be received at His Majesty's   Magazine in this Town for the ensuing Quarter, April 12-Mr. Edward Millar 4000 15- Mr. B. Reardon 5000, 19-Mr. B. Reardon 1000, Mr. W. T. Stocker 3000, 22-T. A. Laícalles, Esq. 1000, Mrs. M'Carty 2000, James Shirley 1000, Edward Blinkwortb 1000, Mr. W. Rayner 1500, Mr. G. Rayner 1000, J, B. Cullen 1500. 29-Edward Lord, Esq. 9000. May 6-Edward Lord, Esq. 5000,   George Kearly 1000, William Nicholls, sen. 1500, William Thorn...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomaa Bell, Efq». SHI? Na ws,--Sailed on Thutfday thafhip Eliza, Captain Hunt; for Batavia. MU II ? I I I ' ^. On Wednesday morning His HONOR the LieutnantT GOVERNOR and the Honor- able the COM MISS ION a a of ENQUIR Y left   town for Port Dalrymple«   At a Bench of Magistrates held on Saturday last, Godfrey Hanskie and John Brady, the for- mer a free man and the latter a crown servant, were fully committed to take their trial before the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction at Sydney. for stealing a number of sheep the property of Mr. Samuel Thorne, of Pitt Water.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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TRUE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

TRUE LOVE. * * * TRUE Love's a flow'r which bloometh fair, In sickness, sorrow, and in care;   Its sweetest odours it doth shed Around affliction's suffering head;   It smooths the pillow of disease, And charms the sick'ning mind to peace;   It tires not, tho' 'tis often try'd, And struggles 'gainst the strongest tide; Preserves thro' life its fragrant bloom,   Sheds o'er each hour a rich perfume,   And gilds the confines of the tomb.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 6d.; Houshold 5d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 6d.; Houshold 5d.   Prices of articles at last Saturday's market:   —Wheat 6s. per bushel; potatoes 8s. 4d. per   cwt; ducks 5s. per couple; fowls 3s. per do.;   eggs 2s. per dozen.     At the market to-day, the prices were   nearly the same as last week.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

SHIP NEWS.—On Sunday last arrived from the Mauritius in 42 days, the ship Actæon, Capt. Mackey, with merchandize.—   Passenger, Mr. Savage. The ship Eliza, Captain Hunt, which left this port the 6th instant for Batavia, was obliged to put into Storm Bay Passage on Wednesday, owing to a most tremendous gale of wind whi- ch carried away her bulwark, &c.—She is ex- pected to resume her voyage this day or to-morrow. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold, and the ship Actæon.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. FRYETT, On Monday the 24th Instant, 11 o'Clock, by Order of the Administrators of the Estate and Effects of the late Mr. ROBERT NASH, deceased, A Considerable Number of Head of Horned Cattle, the Property of the above named   Deceased; of which further Particulars will   be given in an Advertisement in next Week's Gazette. - At the same Time and Place will also be Sold, Six Working Bullocks, a Bullock Cart, and a Conversation Cart. - Prompt Payment. IN the Course of the first Week of the ensuing Month, will be Sold by Auction, by   Mr. FRYETT, on Kangaroo Point, upwards of Thirty Head of Horned Cattle, of the Improved Breed; amongst which are a few prime Port   Dalrymple Milch Cows. Six Months Credit will be given to approved Purchasers; and     unless they are previously disposed of by   Private Contract, the particular Day of Sale   will be duly notified....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

We copy from late London papers the following : We are gladló find, *hat Shis country is likely to receive a fapply of the fineft kind of wool from our Colony at New South Wa le j« There was lately a confidarable fale of wool from -that diftent country at Liverpool, which averaged us.6d. per lb., whilft the beilSpanifh wool reaches only from 6*. to ys, 6d. per lb. Many manufacturers, we learn, prefer it to the Saxon woola, from its peculiar el ailie and filky quality, ft ia remarkable that the fheep of ¡New South Wales were originally from Spain ; land the climate ofttm new country bas proved peculiarly favorable to Jthe improvement of their fleeces. , An author, fpeaking ofihe death of ttye late Princefs Chsrlotto, introduces fome curious coincidences with relpect to the letter C. Her mother's name is Caroline-her own* was Char« lotte-that uf her confort Cobourg-{he was married at Clrlton-houie-her town refidenee was Camel ford*beufe, the lace owner of which Lord Camelford, was unt...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

MR. LOANE has for Sale five small Dwel- ling Houses, eligibly situated in Hobart Town, which he will be glad to SELL or LET on moderate Terms, and take Wheat in Pay- nent.—Application to be made to Mr. Loane, at his new Residence in Macquarie-street. TO be Sold or Let, those desirabie Premises,       facing the Green Gate in Collins-street, the   Property of Mr. KENNEDY. They are well adapted for a private Family Residence,   and exceedingly well situate for Trade. If   Let, the Rent will be moderate, and if Sold Terms of Payment will be accommodating, MRS. MARY McCARTY proceeding to Syd- ney, requests Claims to be presented. I JOHN HURST leaving the Colony, requests Claims to be presented; and those indebted     to him to settle the same immediately. HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom         they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),             H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.   COMMISSARIAT OFFICES, HOBART TOWN. 24th March, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of Meat will be received at His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land for the   ensuing Quarter. HOBART TOWN:- April 19 - Mr. B. Rearden 1000, Mr. W. T. Stocker 3000. 22 - T. A. Lascelles, Esq. 1000, Mrs. M'Carty 2000, James Shirley 2000, Edward Blinkworth 1000, Mr.W. Rayner 1500, Mr. G. Rayner   2000, J. B. Cullen 1500. 29 - EdwardLord, Esq. 9000. May 6 - Edward L...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 April 1820

Yesterday a Coroner's Inquest assembled to view the body of a still-born child, which had been interred without a coffin in the garden of its parents, and afterwards turned up by some animal in a most disfigured state. The parents   were strongly reprimanded by the Coroner for burying the infant in the manner they did ; and the Jury returned a verdict—That the child was born dead, and is the child of Hannah Kenny. In our Paper the week before left, among other extracts from the Sydney Gazettes, our Readers will recollect the statement of a most     melancholy plague having appeared at the Isle of France; we are now enabled with much pleasure to report, from accounts received here     by the arrival of the Aclaedo from that Colony, the total disappearance there of the cholera morbus, above alluded to. It continued only six weeks, but carried off nearly 7000 souls, in- cluding the slave population ; among the num- ber we...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, April 22d, 1820. In the Lieut. Governor's Court. STOCKER v. Miles.   On Thursday next, the 25th Instant, on   the Premises of the Defendant at   Herdsmen's Cove, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, by Virtue of a Writ of Fien Facias, 2 Stacks of Wheat, 1 ditto of Bar- ley, 14 Pigs, 1 Cart, 2 Working Bullocks, 1 Pair of Yokes and Bows, 3 Chains, and a Plough, with various other Articles, the Property of the Defendant, will be put up for Sale by Public Auction, unless the Ex- ecution thereon be previously superseded. W.A. BRODRIBB, Deputy Provost Marshal. ]V10 TI C E.-All Perfons indebted to *^* Mr. THOMAS WILLIAM BIBCH, of Macquarie-ilreet, either by Notes of Hand, Book Debts, or other wife, are here- by informed that, unlefs they do come for- ward and fettle their refpective Debts, fome of 5 years ftanding, coercive Meafures will be reforted to at the next Sittings of the Lieutenant Governor's Court to en- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

FOR SALE, or BA RTER (or good Colonial Wheat, at the Houfe of Mr. MITCHELL in Macquarie-ftreet, Mauritius Sugar and Ben. gil Rum st reduced Prices ; aialfo a few Pipes of Cape Madeira, warranted $ yeera old ; a few Tingle dozen Cafes, of Port Wine; Chateau Margeauz and MédoeClaret, Mufcatde Fron ttgnean, Champaigne, Noyeau, and a fío r tee Liqueurs, OÍA fupenor Quality J S*«et Oil; Foo!Teap and Printing Paper; Tumblers; Window Glafs of.vsriou* Sixet, &c.k SALES BY AUCTION, BY MR. FRYETT, On Monday next, the 24th inatant, at Kanga- roo Point, at 11 o'Clock, by Order of the Administrators to the Estate and Effects of the late Mr, ROBERT NASH, deceased, A Considerable Number of Head of Horned Cattle, the Property of the above-named Deceased; of which further Particulars will   be made known on the Day of Sale,-At the same Time and Place will also be Sold, Six     Working Bullocks, a Bullock Cart, and a Con- versation Cart.-Prompt Payment. ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. Prices of articles at the market to-day:—   Wheat 8s. per bushel ; potatoes 8s. 4d.   per cwt; ducks 6s. per couple; fowls 3s. per ditto ; eggs 2s. per dozen. SHIP NEWS.—On Tuesday last arrived from Bengal, which she left on the 20th Feb., the ship Seaflower, Capt. Spiers, with   general cargo of merchandize.—   Passengers, Captain Carleton, of the       Hon. East India Company's Service,   Mr. Williams, and Mr. Blany. The ship Eliza; Captain Hunt, which we  reported in our last to have put into      Storm Bay Passage, after sailing for        Batavia, came up to port on Thursday. The ships Seaflower and Actæon will sail for Port Jackson either to-morrow   morning or Monday. Remain in the harbour with the above   ships, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

From The Courier of the 12th July last, we copy the following : Melancholy fate of Madame Blan-   CHARD.-It was our painful task on Saturday to communicate the appalling catastrophe which befell this celebrated aeronaut. We have since received the following more particular detail of that fatal occurrence.   Paris July 6       The extraordinary Fete which had been for some time announced to take place this even- ing at Tivoli, has bean signalized by a shocking   catastrophe. Among the numerous spectacles which had been announced to the public, was the ascension of Madame Blanchard in a lumin- ous balloon, decorated with fireworks.   Accordingly at half past ten this intrepid aeronaut, clothed in white, with a hat and plumes of the same colour entered the para- chute. At a given signal the balloon rose, but so slowly that part of the fireworks came in contact with the surrounding trees. However ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought   proper to direct, that all Public Communications which                 may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and                 SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signa-          ture, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 24th March, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of Meat will be received at His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land for     the ensuing Quarter. AT HOBART TOWN:—April 29—Edward     Lord, Esq. 9000. May 6--Edward Lord, Esq. 5000, George Kearley 1000, William Nicholls, sen. 1500, William Thorne 750,   J. Pierceall 750. 13—Mr. S. Gatehouse 2500, Mr. G. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 April 1820

By the Seaflower, returned from the brig Governor Macquarie, which the former had met with on the 14th inst. about 50 miles at sea on the South-west Coast, Ensign Lewis, who     had accompanied JOHN OXLEY, Esq. Surveyor General, on the Macquarie for Port Davey and Macquarie Harbour.- We are sorry to learn,   that before The Governor Macquarie proceeded to sea one of her seamen was severely wounded in a whale-boat, which was lying about 50 yards off the land, by a native with a spear, which went through his wrist and entered his body; he is, however, in a fair way of recover- ing. The brig had constant very bad weather during the whole of the time she lay at Port Davay. With the rain that fell on Wednesday night, We experienced the first fall of snow this season on Table Mountain, which has since assumed a very winterly appearance, and the weather con- sequently is now unusually cold. By the arrival of the Seaflower, we have been favored with th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

SYDNEY GAZETTE.-Several Subscri- bers to this Gazette having promised to li-   quidate their respective Debts with as little De- lay as possible, from which Promises legal Pro- ceedings were not instigated against them, they are ONCE MORE called upon to perform their Engagements; and all those, who may take Advantage of the Want of Means to enforce Payment pro tempore, ara hereby required to take Notice that next Term they will not pass unnoticed. The PUBLISHER takes this Opportunity, through the Medium of his Agent, of returning his sincere Thanks to those who have been pleased to become Subscribers to the Sydney Gazette ; and any Gentleman in these Settle- ments willing to be regularly supplied, has only to leave his Name with the Printer of the Hobart Town Gazette, and it will be duly attended to, R. Howe, Agent, FOR PORT JACKSON & BATAVIA_ The remarkably fine fast-sailing Ship     ELIZA, Captain HUNT, will sail from this Port in 14 ...

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