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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, OCTOBER 26th, 1831. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IAUNCESTON, OCTOBER 26th, 1831. -. ARU4v-:r-. ..-?-? On Friday, the schooner 'Resolution,' 60 tons, J. H. Latictrv, master, from Sydney, wiili— 30 hhds. porter, 1 cask cheese, 13 casks btttled beer and ale, 16 casks buttled wii.e, 30 htids. Caj e wine, 34 chests and 32 half-chests tea, 22 bags slices, 8 eases starch, 4 cases blue, 10 bags *ice, 0 bags corks, 3 bales bag ging. 1 bale stationery, G cases haberdashery, lease cotton prints, 1 case cotton shirts; 1 case saddlery, 1 buudle wtups, I bale slops, 10 dozen s, ad-s and shovels. 2 dozen sevthes. 60 b«frs riRils. Aft hu: dlni:. 775 barsiron, I cask hardware, 4 coils rojc, 1 cask pitch, 1 cask tar, 5 anchors, 300 ieet New Zealand; pine, juid. stores,consijcued to I'homas^^miains^and1 to order. ' ? i — ? ? — Oil-Sunday, the ^schooner « Prince Regei.t,' Jno« Hasseil, master, from Sydney, with— 9 casks viuegar, 7 coils rope, 80 boxes soap, 10 bags pepj er, 3 cases ?star«h,M' case blue, 1 cask currants, 64 boxe...

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CAVERN OF CASTELUZZO. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

CAVEHN t-F CAsr£ttJ23®. ffcalQensian Hwatches 4u'«g * W4md ^vUit to *beyatidois«f ffiedfuont. $y 4^ f&w. William Stephen *3i]ly, M. A* -? ? -£Frona*he Aubign.§ , .-1She Reverend, &uthpr*s account of ; die state of - tooiet; among those A'tpine Christians creates a; fnoit absorbing iiKereiit;; ;.-we setect, -«,** specimen, -&f what this ^olume eon tains, a -spirited account; «f * visit to t!ie cavern .of/Cafl^Huato. ' j ;f*'Chaiifor«*;- atrf; fUccr ®titted off ffceir shoes iftnfl -st-wkin£si stripped off their «p£er garments, And looked as if tfef y were rallying -hjeirj;ourage to an ex^lorr Two young peasants wrK- had joined nw; the^ooe twenty years old, ! -'the -other jfcte eu, signified Chtfir intention to follow the two jftWef ^oantaineers, at all ri^k ; at»d the coirinessj : *^nttT w hlch WieJ stood over . the preci^ce.inni ipoved alone its diezy edge, satisfied us that ttiey %*& nerve enough fot anything* When the guides , #erp ready for the* des...

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(Bre[?] the [?] TOWN COURTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

^^fgK00u^mm» Tew* ^oTJtam$ jftfeljftmgitf- :^r« Opened -on Tuesday, i%e $fsf ^^an^^^j^'ytAy^ account of rfoe su*-sftque-rt -' ^flfe £Gf3js * -4i«cws8»p» 4ook place irt^utVtibelteW ^- attfcck Wfiidh jhaiS 'been inade on tarti Prnofcett, ? - ^armnftttk^ *fi* tfie Irish GowlMDHit in the ? - '«f(i Jof -3-MtemtnTS— on ilje &eer billet he Po©*, ^ifcif ^^Ci stress in 4relau^. ^u the Com * ^BOfes, MtC Hunt broucht^ip aoetiiioo invo4vinV . * '-lSe^«fffty «t ^eiHotobatry— whirti -wi* a few ?' ^^tordi pta ffie ?QrdjnMLCe services and the Corn f&Wft, % wliich none of-the .new elected members - -sjpoiee, -fitesedTUie business of ^^fee uvenjug. Wie — tiafrfoM^e^^frle^jp^ ^re'iia^p seen *elng down -otfty to fan . raiifrW -June, be (of Mi 'lifcriasBgrafrled, with the -exception -of fhe Morning ilera^d of 4«e 2*1 Jt, which *fce tAtkJn sliatHYje good fortune 4o obtain from a i*ter j wessrKrotn EngiaiidyWlikh slw* spoite withal sea^ Th»* WaVini^ sobjf pt* -if the iufectHHi s cholera, ^...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

P.HICE OF GRAIN-. LAUNtJESTON. Wheat, ? 4 ?. 6 to 5:0 ? Barley, ? ^rrrrr. — 4—^ — 0'i~0 ? Oats, ? 5:0 — 0:0 Flour, (best) per cwt. 20s.— Ditto -seconds) 17s. Meal, 14s. perjewt HOBART TOWN, 'Wheat, ? , ? 5 ; 9* Barley, ? .5 : 0 Oats, .. .... ..T7.... ..T...... 5:0 SYDNEY, OCTOBER the 3rd, 1831. ? FTttnrTHE-HTTNTTUIt. ? Light Wheat (dirty) per bushel of CO lbs. 3 : 9 H^wltesbury Wheat, (fair quality) ? 6 ': 6 1$ right .faea*j' ditto, -V.DX. orArgyle).. 7 : 3

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

THE GARDEN. TfROM COBBETT's ENGLISH GA.R»ENER.] They should stand till perfectly ripe, it posft 1)1e. They should be cut, or palled, or gathered, when it is dry ; and, they should, it' possible, l--^ dry as dry can be, before they are threshed out., V\ when threshed, any moisture, remain about them, they should be placed in the son 4 or, near; a fire in a dry room ; and, when quite dry, should ] be put into bags, and hung up against a very diy v#afl, or -dry boards, where they will by no ar cident get damp. The best place is some room,, or place* where there is, occasional It at least, a : fire^keptin wintei^ I always sow -new seed^o^pfeference to^oidfiivi in aH ofher respects, I know the new to be equal to the old. And, as to the notion, that -seeds can . be -better for bein* old, even more than a year t -Old, i hold it to be monstrously absurd ?: and this -opinioo-4 -giv*_as (he result of long experience, ; mostatteatrve observation, and numerous expe riments made tor the express ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26,1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

LA UNCESTON ADrKRTISEIL WEDNESDAY, Oct. 26, 1831. We made a few remarks some weeks since, on the inconvenience experienced by the merchants here, la making remittances #p Hobart Towjn 4 and we deem it necessary to reetir to the suljeot, in order to present the other side of thj question to the public. It is very easy to tafk about the appoiii; ment of a Bank Agent to consolidate the note* of a distant bank. ''There is no diffi culty in doing this, and much more, in idea ; but it t's not quite so easy to carry such sch°mes iutv» eiFect. There are many clifli^ culties in the way of our Directors ap polnUnu a Bank Agent in Hobart Town. There is the expense of keeping up a second establshment — the additional expense and trouble of extended accounts the large sum of money which would be lying dead, the interest of which would be lost— and above all, there is the remitting the cash to conso lidate the notes with, and the return of those notes, to *be provided for ; with all their concomi...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

HOBART TUWN GAZETTE, Satuhday, October 22. ? — CERTIFICATES.— Jolin Harrisonrs99 Caapetitor— Daniel Hftll 349 Malabar— Jolbn Williams. 698 Woodman— Robert tswiudells ? 681) McUiu^—retpr jgjlatu. JOO du — Samud -rX*urttt-y,-3J8ilg^^ ----- ^\VilIianrSnKtliT695 do .—James Stewart. 6% do.— William But» ttrwordi. 851 tlo — EdwardTtTagcriiraT^a/g do.— Janii's Hay ? XuiffM. JiSUJo — Krnrj. -Skiintnins. H9i do-'-Jaiie Jitutson, 32 Midas.— Margaret M-AllUttrr. 3G do— Sarah N-dson. 17do.— James Aulroiiiis. S17 Medway ji 2 .— 'William Campbell. '$21 ^ xodniHn. TICKETb-OF-LEAVE.— John Cawthorne. 705 MediDa— Shakes- peare Hampsou. 7*- Audromeda— James Day, 44, Lay ton.

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

WARTEa SESSIONS. Yesterday the Court of Quarter Session* for La^inceston District assembled at the Conrt-honsc* On the Bench, P. A. Mt/LGit ave, j^sq., Chairman,' Tmtl-T7-e7-S i m psD hrriS^ Hugh 'Ross, Esq . ap-~ ppurpd as Public Prosecutor. J(»hn Field was acquitted on a Charge of steal* in? a roanfprpaueaud four blankets, the property of Jamps Holman, on th^e 1 Oils Jump, 1830. William Hayes was arraigned on a chargeiof having stolen a hat, the property of one Kami, on the 31.-st. O«»c«»mber. *i The evMence addaced for the ^roe^rotion prov*— ed that on the evening of t1i»» 3Ut December the -pTTRecuror and the prisoner were both at the Crown Inn, Norfolk Plains.^ ''Tlie' i-rospcutor, who owned toijeing in liqqor, it appeared, was lean*' ing forward on the-tabte, when his hat was snatched from nis bead. He immediately made a complaint to Mr. fiortle, the Chief District Con* stable, who directed a policeman to watch the prremises. While thus employed he hfard a noise in the skilting...

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

-^TjL8 MA JttA N SQCIM^X, : ^^^to^^lL^^^Fffl KNOWLEDGE. j2J3ffS^5*i; « twroby^reD, that* XHnjftfC ?4 ^XP~4aHep ^n UsBfui Kno^edge wiil be -»? ^eliyeml ^tyZMt. ft. tl. Thomas atr+ie School , jfefc!!9fe Cam^« on-si r ve t, tihts Jfrviwiig,^ to com £.:|riffij{$ at | past 7 oVlock precisely; i*h«*ii the at r Jtaiukni)e.of all roenbers is earnestly requested. r r; THOS. H, WILLSON, — : — _j _. Secretary. fdrnnceston, - _^ ? - — ^^ctob*r=26fhvi$3L. HORSfiS wid STOCK at RflODl?. MR. W A JLKER tins on Sale by Private ? . ? Couiraei^— some — stipen^r fiRO 3D WAHKS COLTS, a««fl FitttES. w?ll brecLBtlLLS^ jquauiuy ot POTATOES. TV COB HOUSE 'YOUNG CLEVELAND ' will -Giver daring thf seasmi a! jfS^s — Two g-uiii^as -«ac1» in»i(% and *5s. groomage. , - Tekt*s -CASH. APPROVED BILLS, or COLO -^JlftX^PKODtTCE will be lakcD in payment. October 30th, 1931. ^ ; IMPCtJNDliD, : ^'j^jP~_lBnrtoD# Rrygr Isis,- a smftll Bay J^- HORSE, apparently 4 years f-H ; «o Whit«, fxc^pl h 1**^ white hnirs,— saddle maffc...

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[From the MONITOR, Oct. 3.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

fFrom the Mo^t tor. Oct. 3.1 ?? The People, of ; $q?¥ .'fiiji^W&iq-ji^ip.Mn&etaz Minwttyit .-wfai ^«ajre*ojlve.d t9*oii^Be;hipj ati G« ^or7'f$titi\A* aH#n^Vpf X6i:4 Gogl^ric|i -col Dintunts'agtiinStthe Ctetieml, Tiis bonlsbli- atr i -same wrnest appeal has not been made against him, whirl) was made against the General. And Jience Lieutenant 'Governor Arrlurr, though ft 1 oh ger^-^sidenft in- -these-- Colonies than General ?Darling, is jjdi re-callwl^ be-cspase the latter, as w# have jrtiH -said, ts not ^reraHed ia due office routine, ^o» Js recalled specially, Ma. Hume's Lltteu to Mr E. S. 'Haia.. ?? ? ' The attempt ' ^says Mr. H hi his letter to is dated ftie 17th of June, afferhavip^ gyrea Ms opinion of General Barhng^s pre?k-as prosecu tiotiS -of us) ct the attempt after— jour IVheratioQ from prison under^ the genvral amnesty, to'4le slroyjyou, by. levying the penalties, appeal to ~w# to martli 'degree of viirdictive reye«ge, that can scarcely beTqnalTe-d-~iiT the...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

To the Editor ©f the Launceston Advertiser Sir— Some time hack there was a great bustle1 made m this town, about the establishment of a Pfesbyteriau JCirk, and a wry considerable sub* ©^ «ioney subscribed for the purpose of building tbie gaid Kirk. At iirst much interest was taken;' hut it seeras now entirely to have died away ; &&, w« have heard nothing of the matter for several' weeks. I beg, therefore, * corner in your paper, ' for tne purpose of reminding the Committee, thajt sever*! ,ro-|i»ths 4iave elapsed without arty thing bpinff done. I trust nothing .will be sufim-d to. pr«pvent'the«stablislinient of this nauch-l-e^uired institution. At present,- 1 know many .Pre&byte- riah fksnilies who do not attend divine service be -ca«s« Lthiiy have ^iw JL«i^aii4XaJUJSureJ;he^ub scriptioTj Itst ;iulT7Vvinced the great anxiety of the public to have a minister of that persuasion in LauHCeston. Cousiduring the importance of the ?undertaking, joti will agree wim me...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

SYONEV. TFrom the -3 az ette, Oct. 4.J : 'Sift John Jamteson's -beohge-6trei^t Pro VTSRTY.—These ^aloabl* aWotments of land, V9 in number, Were brQaght to tbehat^ii)^ as ajjver ! tii^iJ, o« Thursday ^aH. the un ma lied -situa. tion of the gro^nfj, and ti)e JibereJ J^er«ift of ere-' ?dit brought, -es might 4-e expected, a immeroiis cirr-le^f jr^thy-biod^i'Sioliie^ale^ anu)iig whon^ rnon?i4erib1e~cp«peiiiio*i took plane, and the seve jal^krts^-were knocked -down at the loHoWjng goodly pricts :— Lots Land 2— Afo^mnuel-fcy^ns, Jt'170U ; 3 and 4^-Mr. Vh Solomout., iri»O: 5 ? ? — — £5ioT^—M r. Peterson, 1 620 : 7— J&juJM*nningt ^495; S— Mr. Barrett. £155 ; 9 Mr. Long, ^31$ ; 10— Mr. ©avis, .£255 ; Jl — Wr. £. riflntt £165; 12— Mr. E. Hunt, ^150; 13-Mr. €. Willson, ^21^5; 14— Mr. liodfiihun, ^180; 15— Mr. £. Hunt, £150 ; 1-3-Mr. James Byrne, £\m\ IF— Mi. C. Wilson, iJ135. Tofa4^ ^,365. The extraordinary increase in th*1 ^aloe of landed property, particularly in Sydney, may be colle...

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[From the HERALD, Oct. 3.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

{Prow the Uskald, Oct. 3.] Extract of a private letter, Elated London, June 18, 16S1.— *'The new 'Governor starts by the MAfte&RET, on the 1st July ; but, as he takes the whole ship, and stops at the 'Cape and Van Oie taeti's Land, he will, probably, not be with you before the end _of No* eintoer., 6b the 27th ult. Sutlaod and Small, belonging to the police,1 espied rarrell,- ho escaped iViOoi . llie ? bfllk, btisily em'pfeted in ba ling out a Xf*t in Cockle Bay,: bfhjjii the wind-mill ; they crept ca^tipn.^y to h*5 sjflte, «nU sieved iiim before he had an^opportanLty of asing a pistoli, with which be wa8orined. He was re^conveyedon board the hulk*- — A fancy tleatber stainer has commenced business in that line in York-street ; the skins are' so wel| finished as to «qual Ahose that are imported, and they are also more durable.— —The: sailors belonging to the Ltnx, whaler, who refused to do duty T»hile a.t sea, have beeo mulcted the whole of their wages. Thigishould be a warn...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

To the Bin tor of the Launceston Aovertiseiu . Sir— Can you tell -ne the reason why (he Government, in its wisdom, should debar tite inhabitants fromtaJiinj^ stones from the Wind-mill ? Hill, and grave If roin tne pit near the race-course? If tb-- bill is to be. reserved for a promenade ? (1 do not know what this word! means, for 1 never ( learned ^y foreign language) I suppose there ii uo necessity for reserving, the. stones^ whejl4h^-i— .inhabitants m much require them. 'And Tor tin ~ gravHl, w hajLa/.e.jWg lo do io mak^ jourfoot-pothl. -- ^lie* Go^eifimeiit1 wul not m»ke them Jforjs, atid . _, now- will ;rirt, tallow -bs to get fhe- stuff 16' tiniltfc tu them ourselves. , This is a poser 'to your humbl* ' *ervantf ??& ! ! ''? ? ' * '*??''? ___V. ___________________ ^-anfi (fiUB^Tk ' T^V 'PdSWMf wife lias just, told me that a pronie* nade oeBAs ^ piibjitr v«ik ; RiTd^ shduldTWinfc W fwrould be al) the better to remove the stoneipff ,. iko iMAi ifrm people &U&am...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 October 1831

^ ? *? ? .»????--? — .— ? — — ^— ^_ — . -GREAT fiRHWUK AKD PORTUGAL. Copv of the demands of satisfaction transmitted /through -he BiUish Consul ai lisbon, 'to the Portugese Govfn«nj»fji.; reported by the .late ^arrivals from ifingluivd, to have been sirt»seqiuently -arrange! to the v-atisfaction of «tie Britwh govern ment* No comment is requited? the articles are clear and unambiguous. We Extract from the Perthshire Advertiser, of May so. 'I. The dismissal of the, present Judge Con servator «1 ©pwt©, Carnefio, and Sa, and the im mediate recognition of Jose Manual fle OHveira, ihe one elected by the Hritish merchants residing 4nUha^rily, to he. published in the -official part of ?the Lisbon Gag'M.tte. jj-jgat?, who -detained the St. Helena packet ofF Terceira, for hh-, ungentlemanly and unmanly conduct towards Captain Warren, and (he cruel and brutal treatment of the invalided officers and soldieih wl^o rame passengers in her. The reason with an .ampin apology to be published in the ...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

THE GARDEN. - 'frRbM ^QBBUTT'S ENGLISH GARDENER.] , jlflias. are ten drills made by an ox, in about 6^ ^niniite.s, which would perhaps require a man morct j.han ^ day to make with a hoe. In short, an'ox, or a horse, and a m^n and a b -y, win do tw^lv^ftct*s iri a day with ease. And to draw the - dfllli^wfth a hoe'would nqaire lorty #i£ht men at 4*a'st r for the^ is a line to be &\ workh^wp'll;*8^h^ho^ ?WhiMl; arid -?venpeas, M-''4rttar^Wilffl(-« ^ machines; butrt)eans tfONfffli 'm^WWiwflmffi?. Drills must .few* togftW'-iftAp- the^ are t?culrlyat-id'jah a a^.^cbj^ lirtW1 tdrjibda and VxlJeusiVe 'niiitit b* hoe!; When the drtHjB^I^ JnVad^^H^be^si^ Itfld in %t ^r^Prram.Tces; -t-eW cot^refl^iri. a ligWf Htrrdw^Wtf^fl^r all ftifaefe %^1^; wiffi near. Ilie^perf^ei^nuchanappart^ nothing wort b; %ioiice. * ' '- ' ?' j i»^^^#%twpr^jffth|«i ifflMi j -ox-^jl ««ly iv iu*.kepi«loariUw flii4dle?^f Ae 1 1 Hand. :-hd, in onS^r to have -t«he. iai^ls ftat, nqt H^rcheg at all, ttip ^rtms^_Ma§ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

»^BUJL Jil^P^FapFisSOft OF , M UMC at; Eili^tborpe Wall, int nds visiting La un ckstoin ynd Uh.v»- in »ty, doling the ChTistmas Vaf»(idfi^abHMr4 queKf* ttial aMI appli fi}ot\s (or Tunittg* Ac* Jnay Be adt)r^ssedv-()o(.t ♦f -Dwewio#*r» '? ' Uct.,28,tH*9i.i 'I.* vfiv,... . , *.' .- -. - —') Nil: ?(? nr iRlNirK^lW^Vr^Wibiifl^cisofMV. Hfjvjui a^djtlM^wiiauidi«r'-tov»riMbtKBv.- ._ * -?; H) nalSftiirib raH) Bft-|-» r^io ' '« .! »?- noil -» Xne t wtbu ty-six ^hildr^D , at present sen t 4ohisStf&afV^ in|0rjB8r^4m, «fi4lhe ^ulilicig»ber«!)yv thai U % 'ig»W£IJrt*!4dv«rttter '\-4*tm&\*Atim-' *iJlti } .- '.tliV-'l ' - ' iu.i -. WILLIAM .B™iIr]Jij CWifiren to cfjurch agreeable to his former 4Oten — tioii¥^A »ls -roiwn and [ gitMind: ^itt Wtifatfio thgm^iijaSuiiday , during t|i«?shQO«» beiw«efl*hr Charles Street, No?. I8SI.' .' .' ' *' ' ? ' Boir^- SPrvant in a privine family. -rTlje Adferi. tlsei rhorrui^hljjilhdertfrriiiHtf ^tfe^balH^, «n^ will give ^o«-d ref^rjiaiieBA;^.^.-- ?*...

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[From the HOBART TOWN COURIER.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

[From th,* tiopAHt Town Courier,] 1 Car^6 of 4b« ©utItenfield-r-JM) bales of woo!9 $90'-ca^ks vttmhul? oil, 45 U-* to oi .speim lUtto^ J 1358 bundlesof whRlebohe^and 7*a8eaof -:un« osities* Passwifers— A. M. Saxter^ ftnq. Mr. and Mr*. Copper iasd family, Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Blmslie, |tf. Jtobu Mot»s andfamjlf . ? ^ . Wheat con4inues scafc^ m the market, owing partly to ifce: Miip.meot malLing by the Urumnnwe, , to the Mfturltios It may still b«* quotld at ffom . |a- Jd^ito 5s.-6d. a ba*ib^l. A «-naU quantity of inglwh barley Has come to market, and h-ts beeO) bought by the brew er# at fi^. a bushel, «ud mne of 4heCspe»«ii«tyat6-. ?. The increased spirit of enterprise, and the can* tisued SUCfess of our whale fishery, cannot fail tw jrratify^«very friend to th^vv-JoHy. Black Oil is bought bv the exporter at ^iTlpev^un, sperm |it4o MS0 per tun, whaleboiif, lr-H» £S0 to £ 100. A,nnmbeJLol die bUtck^qs b^yn soured, we learn, on the Schouten :l^H«-l,^ir^-jperrBay ; \i' (laving strayed on the...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

HOfiART-TOW-N GAZETTEf 'S^i'uiiDi-Y, October 22. TICKETS-OF-LEAVE. ? Edward Hnne, 776. Lay ton— Ann i - - Av;ent. *7l. Borneo -''— ! APPOiNrMENM'S.-- William Willii. 929 Lady Harrwooi. bb4 James vVright 117 Asa, 3j have been apyoiuted Javalia Men. vice Bu'.chex nnd^I»vard resijuedr ? ~~ — -: FREE— Thomas Martiu Sir Charles Forbes. 618— John Junes. Medina SSI— Henry Hall, ditto 674— H*rty Henrj dittt- ^1 — J«km Dttfii ditto 378— Charles Cafr Avia, V- i ?!*.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

J3 } CJ1 P * G »i LN ??'?- LAUNCESTON. ?. d. ?. 4. Wtoeat, ? J\.i\y~4 : 3 to 4:6 Parley, ? ^... .. 4-6 — 0:0 Oats, ? 5;o — 0 :* 0 FioWi (I-e8t) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) 15a. . ,, . ; Meal, 12s. per cwt. 7 -~ . . ,, HjOSART T0W^r . t Wheat, ? ? ? 5 : 9 Barley, ? 5 : ? Oats ? 5 : §

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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