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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 December 1831

TO SETTLERS, &c. FOR. sale, an excellent English-built Deal Pan nel HOUSE ; ran be divided into either two or three rooms, with doors and window« com- plete. As this House can be taken to pieces or put np on an allotment or a grant in a few hours, it would be Very useful to any person wishing im- mediate]? to locate his land. ' Apply at the Courier office. FOR SALE, A VERY strong and substantial four horse stage Coach, with two sets of harness for four horses. This is a famous opportunity for any person who would run it between Hobart-town and Launceston, where a public respectable and English- like conveyance, is so much wanted. It is well known that the Stage running to New Norfolk, pays the proprietor beyond his expectations. Ap- ply to JOHN KERR, & Co.   Liverpool-street.       ÇtPBCIMjBNS of VetyfactioM of «one of the ooïainr* «poa ap^rfeáUoí t« Mr. Well», Mtmaj-St. or Derweat Hotel, Deer, 1#, 1^21, ,. ,_ ~CAUT...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

jE'Ju.?Courier. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1831. Arrived imi Sunday the 18th inst, the sloop Emma Kenty, SJ toni. Capt. John Hoyle, from .Sydjfey^5ili November, with a; cargo of cedar^buitejf,;.jfcc. 'r¦''' r. ''., .'*' ?-'.- Sailed tin Ttiesday 20lh iott. the brig Ar* go, wittyj^divfar Sydney?Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Gtiofi', Mr.Darrand Mr. Willer. The brig Brilliant and aobooner Prince Regent, have both arrived safe at Launces ton from'Hobart town. , i. Vessels io the Derwent, Dec. 24, 1831. ?3 ships;:!Lord Lyndoch, to sail for Cal* cutta, Elia*; lb sail for London on the I st of January, Mary alta loading for London?4 barks, Vibilia loading for London, Platina about to sjil for Sydney, Auriga, discharg- ing from London, Princess Augusta loading for Launceston, Kaleb Swan river packet under repaii, sloop Emma Kemp discharge I rag froin Sydney. I Wheat continues to maintain its pr5ce of 5s. ?d. a (Mabel, though some inferior quali- ties have been sold as low as 4s. gd. There are na oats...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

IMPOUNDED, A T the public pound Ross, <>n the 6th inst, by x"\. Mr. Hugh Robinson, Macquarie river,? I Red bullock, white delly unit tail, high horus, branded M on near (high. If- the-'ahoye, auim»l -be not ctalmedrlaWen away, and expenses paid, oner before Wednesday l8tli Jan., it will'ba m.ld hy meat the said Pound, according to Hie provisions <if the Impound- ing Act. WM ROGERS, ' , , Pnm'i'lkerper. Dec. 7,1831. ' ' "' : ~ IMPOUNDED, AT the Hollow tree, December (U,? .. 1 Dark brown cow, with white belly, feet and tail, brand on near hip SR, and on near thigh L. . .??. -TB .-.¦.,¦ If the above animal, be aot claimed arid .redeem- ed, within the time allowed bylaw, it'will be sold by me at the said Pound, on Wednesday 4tU January 1832, according to the provisions'of tba impounding aot. . . . WM. ROMNEY, Poundkeeper. Acton vale, Dec. 15,1831. LOSV or strayed, a yearling- F»al, got by Por- ter, brown sided, with three white feet, blaze iu face; one do. dark ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

4/TRI LINDLEY begs leave opp* tlnvclosrof M*>e present year,**) pr*""*! >*?£*£ Sol acknowledgements to bis «?^£rh^e Jrompt and extensive i^'P/"^ "J uUb ishment has beep honouredrand beg^ to assure the Parents and Friends of the young gen g£ placed nuder tri. care, jhat ^ »«..«« pXs'attention shall be pad to the he«Hh»nd domestic comfort of his Pupils, as: vreU as ta their ¦olid intellectual improvement,, i- . T. .,< At the suggestion of bis Ffiend,s.:Mr. Lindley hafmaTarrang^^ addUional Pupils as Boarder., and is happy to add Sat the niostsaii.faciory reference will he given to the Parental the .Pupils, how Und^his. care, io reference to. their. kind treatmenT, abd pto. iressive improvement; arid it is presumed-that fte peculiarly healthy sittfatibn, «"nd other local advantages bf New Norfolk, require" no comment. Cards of Term, may be had at the. Academy, or at the Courier Office, (Hobart Town. . .( ' New Norfolk, December, 1831. TO SAWYERS, -v^w- ¦.; ANTED for the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

MKniOFTtllS DAY CONTAINS: I OVERNMBNT NOTICE, No. 24r, Colonial _£\ Secretary's Office; Dec; tl, 1BS1. ??.'». ,pl«jp^odijlor whit* the-n^ pw* ' eta* werttraiwrporteA, expiring at the date placed apposite dieir names, Certificates of their Freedom may %e obtained <then, or at aay subsequent period, noon application to this office, ar to that of a Police Magistrate to theinte* liar > Henry Block, 853, Medina?27th inst. Joseph Tamer, SSS, do?do. By command af the Lieutenant Governor, j. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Nc 848, Colonial Secretary's Office, Deo. 21,1831. ......... ' The periods for which the undermentioned per- sona vf ere transported having expired, Certificates ?f Freedom have been granted to them accord- ingly :? William Lonnd, 319. Chapmen 1. Pcter,Kirkham, alias Taberaer, Competitor. . By command bf The Lieutenant Governor, ' ' ,;.? . J. BURNETT. I OVEftNMENT NOTICEy [No* ?«*.] ".CW*' _T nial Secretary VOffietfj-Dec. 2.1; 1831.?.._ ; A jieket af leave bas b...

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SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY DEC. 17, 1831. Assessors J. Bell and Edward Abbot, esqs. Marsh v. Walford and anr. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

SUPREME COURT, SATURDAY DEC. 17, 1831.       Assessors J. Bell and Edward Abbot, esqs. Marsh v. Walford and anr.     The Solicitor General stated this to be an action for an assault. The damages were laid at L100. The defendant Mr. Barnard Walford pleaded, specially, that he was law- fully possessed of the piece of ground upon which the alleged assault,was   committed, and that Marsh would have for- cibly entered on it and damaged certain boards, had he not prevented him. The plaintiff replied that the land in question was the property of the Rev. W. Bedford, whose servant he was, and under whose orders he acted. The defendent denied this. The main point at issue therefore was whether the land was Mr. Bedford's or not; - That gentleman's house is the property of the Go- vernment. There is a drain which runs from it, through the land in question to Li- verpool street. The land has been granted to Mr. Bedfor...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 December 1831

TO MERCHANTS. A^O^HEHS. A sober, stesdy PersoB who is well used to the colony* Would' wish to'engage as under Clerk, or Clerk and-Collector,'"eiihiev ia town or country. Me would br found to. make himself otherwise generally n»rful. and. punctual to bi* employer,' .Wages not sn much an object as a re . spectable hbtne. A line left at this office fer A. B. will tie w*iye>fnt;y_ail>»tfded-t>i.-'-? WAM> a sitiiaiioil 'a* an Overseer.a young man who fietfectly understand, the breed- ing and rearing iitVfiorse* and Cattle, and frosa a lottg»Xj.erh'hce itt praetiral agriculture both in Keigtaud arid itt this cnioriy, flatters himself he caa ?give satisfaction to hisemployer; "¦'? 'better* addressed'kV t»*o be lett at the office of ibis paper will nwt with immediate attention. ?'?'?-." iq BE LET QR SOLD, .¦=¦"?¦' THE -Dynnyrne Distillery, furnished orunfor -.; ribbed. Trie house is one of the best resi. < dennes io the colon/, possessing conveniences fe others posses...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

?aflBTTJI OF THIS DAt CONTAINS f) . GOVERNMENT NOTICE, fro. 255. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec..28, ISSI; The periods for Which the.undermentioned per. ?tins were transported having expired, Certificates ?f Freedoin have been granted to them accord, iftgljr:-* ?'. Benjamin Smith, 519, Competitor. By command of The .Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT* (GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 256,Colonial T, Secretary's Office, Dec. 88,1R31. The periods for which the undermentioned per ¦ans were transported, expiring at the date placed apposite -their names. Certificates of their Freedom may be obtained then,, or'at any subsequent period, upon application to this office, ?rta that of a Police Magistrate in the inte>> »it>ri-^ Elizabeth Silvey,.90, Midas, 10th Jan. next. Edith, alias Esther Tiley; do. Catherine Shaw, 92,13th do. ,. Louisa Kenible,67, Maria, 14th do. JJy command af the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. Jh| OVERK dENT NOTICE. No. 257, Colonial %3I Sectetary's Office,Deo. 29,1831....

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

Ci)e Co totter. SATURDAY, DECEMBEK31, 1831. Sailed on Tuesday for Batavia in ballast the ship Lord. Lyndoch, Captain Luscomb. Passenger Dr. Sinclair, jaie Surgeon Super itendent pf the female transport Mary; The .Princess Augusta'for.'Launceston, and the Research for Sydney.; 'aYe clea'rfng.'.antl. will sail for their several destinations to-morrow. ; Although little or no agricultural produce, bas bern brought to town during the present Christmas week,and a consequent scarcity in some articles begins to be felt, the prices con ttnue the same as quoted in our lasl, without any alteration. Since last week we have received more correct information of the prices of provi- sions at Swan river, which are as follows? Flour 4d. to 5d. per lb., fresh butler 4s. (Jd. to 4s. gd: per do., potatoes <)d. to lOd. do., vegetables 3d. 3d. and 4d. per do., peas 7s. per peck.' Sugar is plentiful at Ll8 to L20 per ton. Our informant, who has late- ly arrived in the Sulphur had not used salt...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

Died.-On Wednesday evening last, the 28th instant, after a short but severe illness, (occasioned by a cold) which he bore with Christian fortitude, Mr. James Austin, of Roseneath, aged 55.   No fellow colonist died more deeply regretted by all who knew him than the deceased. In his long and honourable career in this colo- ny he ever proved himself a warm heart- ed friend, kind, hospitable and unasuming,   and upright in all his dealings. In him, charity proceeded from a truly Christian heart; and his memory will ever be revered by his numerous friends and deplored by those more immediately allied to him. His remains will be interred in the burial-ground of St. David's church, on Monday next, at one o'clock.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

WANTED. BY a person lately arrived in the Colony, a si- tuation as Under Whiter or Conk, either in town or country.. Apply st this office. SALK BY AUCTION, i, BY MR. J. T. COLLtCOTT, Athis Martin Mut ray-st. on Thursday next the 5th of January 1832, at 13 o'clock precisely without reserve, ABOUT 50 HAMS "'¦??' I 5 kegs of BU 1TB Ri . 10 tubs SUGAR CANDY, and a quantity of BACON and CHEESE. Three month*'credit on approved Bills to pur- chasers to the amount ot L*20. DERWENT.AUCTION MArit;. THE Sale of Household furniture' advertized for the 5th, is unavoidably postponed to Thursday the 12th January. - ' AT tile Den, a Mark Mare willi white saddle marks, and a cliefntit colt, with a star in tits forehead. Tlie owner may have th't-m by ap plying at Dennistown, River Clyde, to which place they have been removed. Dentiiytown, Dec. 26.183i..____^ M" R. JEFFREY, Cabinet Maker, formerly ot . Argyle street, begs to inform his friends and the public of Hobart town, that he 1ms this week, remo...

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THE SHIP OF THE STATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

THE SHI? OF THE STATE. -hat ,.. c Fancy is one ol* Feeling's best allies; and reason is never so strong as when backed by imagination ! , Therefore, we are partial, "to that image, idough it be as old as the island. The ship of the State! It is an image that presents itself in many lights and shadows. Sec the ship of the state how she strains? and how seams appear to open as she pitch- es ! Land lubbers, looking at her frons the shore, swear that she is about to go down, (O ! my Lords Lyndhurst, Mansfield and Londonderry !) But aa old tar, like Chris- topher, gives her three cheers as she sweeps along with all her streamers. Aye, while her hull is hid in the hollow, he sees the ' meteor flag of England' aloft in heaven; and to his excited spirit those ups and downs are full of power and glory! See the ship of the state ina storm, close-reefed and close hauled?yet with more than an inch of can- vass?for she has not taken in every rag? not she, indeed?of her weather-beaten Rus- sia du...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

Married, on Friday the 30th Inst., at St David's Church, Hobart-town, by the Rev. W. Bedford, Mr. William Punshon, of the Wheat Sheaf, Argyle-st., to Ann, daughter of the late Mr. Grant, of Edinburgh. We call the attention of our mercantile friends to the requisition for Ordnance Stores in the front page, in which from the lateness of the hour some errata occurred last week.        

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BRIEF VIEW Of the stale of Van Diemen's land at the close of the Year 1831. (From he Hobart town Almanack, for 1832.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

BRIEF VIEW ,.'¦¦ pei Qftlifsttie of Van Diemen'* land tit thc close of .cot the Year 1831.     (From the Hobart town Almanack, for 1832.)   At nea eriod since the rmi settlement, of the co- ,thi ©ny was the spirit of improvement so strong as at an tte present time. Not only has every possible in- j po tjustry been used by thc Government with thc rc- j & sources at its command to accelerate the progress i be of roads and other public works, but the individual ?' energy of the settlers has been exerted to thc ut- most in adding lo the productive power and value'-of their respective properties. This is apparent in Ho. bart-town and Launceston as well as in tile various townships and private farms throughout tbe colony. The general oha'raoter of the buildings which have been eierted is far superior to that of 'former years, consisting for the most part of brick or stone erected in ilie most durable and substantial manner. For while the earl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

IMPOUNDED, AT tits Pnplic Pound, Hamilton District nf New Norfolk,ihy Mr. John Brittain, ufi,^,, ilt»n, December 14lh, 1831 :? 1 younjj white hull, brown spots "ear fore fo t, hern outwards, damages ls, poundage''fees'0'J per day. charge for food and vitter 3d per da*. Impounded by David Burn, Esq, Ellangowan 15th Dec, 1831:-   1 cow, reddish grey, CMR near tibbs, IT near hip. 1 brindled heifer no brand. 1 black cow WN near hip Swallow fork, right ear. - ?'..¦?.¦..' 1 brown btill calf; no brand. . , 1 cow, brown sides, white'back, H© near thigh, left ear split!' .; ?' ' **' 1 grey bull, no brand visible. '. 1 magpie bull, mostly black', no brand visible. 1 reddish bi own htili.w.bite ftar forehead, white tail, two bindleys white, np braud> 1 light red'cow, 'bYaridW near'nip, supposed to bc 102, and an indistinct brand mar thuh, like JMR. .,...? I black steer, white s,tar fprehead JS near ribs, and an indistinct brand on near shoulder.¦ 1 black bull, white tip on tail...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 December 1831

'.;! DERWENT BANK. hPHE half yearly general Meetingof the Share J. holders, will br li* ld at the Banking House, on Wedne«dny the 11th of January next, for the purpose of declaring the Dividend for the pre- ceding.« months. STEPHEN ADEY, ,.v Cashier. BAveyit., Dec 88th, 18SK '¦ BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. fUHE Bank will he closed on Tuesday and Wed W - aetdky next the 3d and?4th January, for Iflie purpose bf baiancinsi*he half yearlyaccounts. Monday theidw a Holiday.^ « Tn?r?B -'f ¦ ? :?¦'¦- - , T.-Yf LOWES, ?« Cashier. Dec. te. 1831. : MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. MR. SPRENfj A*.M.. wiHdelWlRriWi>ecbnd lecture on Agronomy, in'itb'e Court bf Requests room, pu Monday evening jriext the 2nd cf Jannary, c^mmencintt-.at 7 ,,o'clock precisely. The lecture will be devoted'to a rev.lew of the iolar; including a recapitulation of his former in troductory lecture. . JAMES WOOD, . i Secretaiy. Hobart-town, Dec. 30th, 1831. EDUCATION. THE Pupils of the Rev. John Mackersy will .- re-assemble on th...

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FAMILY POETRY. MY LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 January 1832

FAMILY POETRY. MY LETTERS. Another mizzling, drizzling day! Of clearing up there's no appearance, So TU sit down without delay, And here at least i'll make a clearance I First, here's a card from Mrs. Grimes, "A Ball"?she knows that I'm no dancer? That woman's asked tnt fifty times And yet I never send an answer. " Dear Jack, Juit lend me twenty pounds, Till Monday next, when I'll return it. Yours truly, Henry Gibbs." Whyz??ds! I've seen the man but twice?here, burn it Ono from my cousin. Sophy Daw, Full of Aunt Margery's distresses. " The cat has kitlen'd * in the draw,' And ruin'd two bran-new silk dresses." "Dear Sir, This morning Mrs. P. Who's doing quite as well as may be, Presented me at half past three Precisely.-with another baby,; «' We'll name it~Johri, and know with pleasure Yon'll stand"?Five guiness more, con- found it!? I wish they'd call it Nebucbadnezzai, Or thrown it in the Thames and drown'd it From Mrs. Jones : " My little Billy . Goes np his schooling to begin, W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 January 1832

; DERWENT BANK. ¦rm 'HE half yearly general Meeting of the Share K}X- holden, Will bo brid attn* Banking House. ^widne^dVythelltholJJinnMy next, for the jorppse of declaring the Dividend for the pre* :«drog Uk month.. ; > ^.^ Abfev; v , ¦ * Cashier. " Daveys**, Dee. <8ttr, ISSI. WHITE MOLESKIN. Tri ?v IV ftr LIGHTFOOT hw jaat ieee Wed: by the «JL ?' J>(otfuo,ycase ofsupcrior white Moleskins ?^sdjWWte and drab imperial Cords * ^ JElixabetb-at Jan.,4,.) SSS. _ATO Ititi, r lately in tb* .Esq. v-'*v '?v v *jfh» .ouWjniildings LET,, late possession. v, _ iHiM$W''HiHa\nUton, jj * - t ar* > veryv convenient, and li pure Water'rumTtb'rough^the center of the allot ¦wot.' V* ' ' " ' Fat farther particulars engirt on tba premises. / . SEASONED TIMBER' WANTED, .40,000 feet of seasoned Gob Joists, quartering and Stringybark Boori Jag .board*. Any' person having the above quan* tity^or any part thereof, will receive a fair price Jinr the same,«cash on delivery, by applying to ...

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PALACE YARD TRIALS. (From the Court Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 January 1832

PALACE YARD TRIALS. (From (tte Court Journal.) Edmund Pcelj Esq., M. P. for Newcastle nuder-Lyne, was charged for insulting the House of Commons, by entering it on tbe 5th instant with his old electioneering uni- form turned inside out. The appearance of the prisoner excited shouts of laughter. Indeed, the hideous orange lining of the coat, its palpable seamsj and the strange incongruity of its exteriot and interior, disturbed even the gravity of the Bench. The first witness called was the Rt. Hon. John Wilson Croker. A sworn interpreter had been provided by tbe prosecutor, but the worthy Magistrate being an eminent linguist, and acquainted with the Irish lan- guage, dispensed with his services.   The deponent (who was evidently a reluc- tant witness) had seen the prisoner in the same dress on the 5th instant. Had also seen him on the hustings at Newcastle. He then wore a handsome Grey uniform with Royal facings, and embroidered with gold. Can swear to the identity both...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 January 1832

vs 1 ,v\ Many ot our readers are not perhaps J c' ?ware that a-very excrlleiit society hag lately ll been formed in this place.calied the Hobart town Benefit Sociely, for the: relief of sickly or decayed members. As we very much approve of.these institutions for mutual pro- tection and support, and the example it is probable will be followed, in other parts of the colony, the following extract on the sub-, ject from a recent excellent little work call ' ed " the means of doing good" cannot fail to be acceptable:-? ?' K Never promise in Ibe rules more than can be fulfilled. Some have promised relief? in sickness even to the latest period of hu- man life; whereas according to the tables «»f Dr. Price and Mr. Morgan, these pay- ments ought lo terminate about the age of 65 years, when annuities should commence, the (liseH'-es after that' period partaking more of the infirmities of increasing age than acute or accidental disease. 2. Annuities in the event of blindness or permanent tamene...

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