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The Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 January 1832

Cf)t Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY7, 1832. Arrived on Thursday thc 5th inst/the hark Elizabeth, 428 tons, Capt. Philips, from India, last from Sydney 25th Dec. wilh u cargo of tea an/1 other merchandize. Pas- sengers Francis Stephen, esq. brother of the Solicitor General, and Mr. Eton. Arrived on Friday, Ihe Harlequin, 71 tons from Sydney Dre. 24 with a cargo of cedar, cheese, &c. Passenger, Mr. and Mts. Ad- dington and Mt. King. Sailed on Thursday lliefith inst, the bark Auriga, Capt,Chalmers, 230 lons, for Syd- ney, with her original passengers' for 1 liat place, and Mr. Hunt, Mr. Brennand, Mr. Edward Howard Austin, M'Ginty and wifp, and .Peter Hill from this place. i Sailed on the 6th iust. thc bark {Platina, Capt. Wilson, 305 tons, for Sydney. Pas sengcrs Mr. Wm. Mars, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Mr. Samuel Jackson, Wm. Murphy, and Benjamin Smith. . / Sailed on Saturday thc SI st ult. the Rc search, Captain Ogilvie, 2 5.1 tons, for Sui ney, with the original passengers for that place....

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

CURRICLE1 HORSES. A pair of bay Geldings, S years old, a bay cob , Gelding 6 years old, accuMtomerf to saddle and side saddle, perfectly quiet in sim-le and dou- ble harness. Three Mares hioke in fur the saddle and harness. They are all in good condition, tit ? ? !T"rk'r,..MJay::0e. viewed °" application to Mr. Walker,, Rhodes, where tbe price may be learned. Also, two superior Boils. FOR LONDON DIRECTi ^fi£^rriHB fine fast; sailing first class teak «Sg££g. X built ship Research, burthen -250 tons, Alexander Ogilvie, commander, will take in cargo on her return from Sydney for London di rect. This vessel being chartered by the under- signed must snit by agreement on or before the lat March', and as the major part of the cargo is en- gaged, shippers desirous of .sending their produce by this opportunity, are requested to make early application.^ W. WILSON. Wharf, Jan. 6,1832. ' MRS. MAKEPEACE, of. thc Somerset Arms, Elizabeth street, begs'.to inform ber friendi and thc public, that sh...

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

SELIM. THIS beautifnl high caste Arabian Horse is now at Redlands, New Norfolk, the farm of Henry Oakes, esq. 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 amonnt at Three months, made payable when the Mares are taken away. Hunterston 16th Nov. 1831. viscount WILL stand at Trafalgar during tbe season, where excellent and extensive Paddocks are provided for the reception of Mares gratis, and every care will be taken of them bot without re- sponsibility. Terms..Eight Guineas. For 3 Mares Six Guineas each. 'For the accommodation of those gentlemen wha intend sending mares from this side the island their travelling expenses will be allowed, and the pro prietors will give a purse of SO guineas to be run for by his stock got this season, when 2 years old, over the Launceston course. - fP. BRYANT. -JSm^. E. BRYANT Hobart town, Sept. 7.1831. _ CLEVELAND. THE Van Diemen's land Co...

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

tue ?MaatTTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS:'/! GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 1, Colonial Secretary's Offire. Jan. 4/1632. . The periods for which the undermentioned per- vious were transported having expired, Certificates of Freedom have b'ecn granted to them accord- ingly:?; . John Malpass, Maria. John Cuthbert, Caledonia t. Edward Knowles, do. Sy command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. fi OVEUNMENT NOTICE, No. 2, Colonial T SecretMy's Office, Jari. 4,1852. Theprriods forwliich the undermentioned per- seus vretetYnnsportcd, expiring at the dat* placed apposite their names, Certificates of their Freedom, may he obtained then, or at any subsequent period, upon application to this office, ?r to that of a Police Magistrate in the inte ?rior':~":' '¦¦<''¦ Henry O'Hara, 675, Menina, 6th inst. ? .Mary Warren. 83. Providence 2. do. James Southernwood, 010, William Miles, '10th'inst. .; Itv command ef the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. <>< tn'Kittvi M KNT NOT1C...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

' ' ¦ ¦ t« «a*htte of this day «ontmns : GOVERNMENT ORDER. [No. I.] 'mColo- nial Secretary's Office. Jan. 12, 1832.? ' The general business of the. Government being ¦till much retarded by the practice of corresponding direct With the Colonial Secretary upon subjects relating to tbe business, of particular department!, thus occasioning the necessity of reference for info? mai ion, which mutt invariably be furnished before aay subject can be decided on by tbe Lieutenant Governar; His Excellency has desired the atten- tion of the public^ and of the officers of the govern- ment, to be particularly directed to " the Order No.ZOoftht 'Hid. of June, 1S26," as no coinmiiui-. Battons can in future bc submitted for thc conside- ration of His Excellency, unless they are trans- mitted to the Colonial Seciethry, accompanied by the observations of the beads of the departments concerned, who most, [therefore, hivraiably cor- respond with each other, previous to addressing th. Government. Thus all ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

HOBART-TOWN ACADEMY. MR. THOMSON be s to intimate that the . voting Gentlemen attending hi« School will meet ta resume their Studies on Monday tnt SOtli instant. January, 1831. RICHMOND HILL ACADEMY, New Norfolk. MR. LINDLEY begs' to intimate | that, his Pupils will meet to resume their Studies du Monday the 16th instant. Jan 0, 1832. MRS. ABBOTT begs to inform the friends of her young Ladies, that the Christmas vacation will terminate on Tuesday the 31st   instant. Brisbane-street, Jan. 13, 1831.     MR. W. MARTIN begs leave to intimate to his friends, the pupils under his tuition trill resume their studies on Monday, the 16th .instant. Macquarie plains, Jan. S, 1832. EDUCATION. THE Pupils of the Kev. John' Mackersy will re-assemble on the Ut of Feb. next ensu- ing. Mr. Mackersy having greatly enlarged his ac eommodiitions, is prepared to receive an addition- al humber nf voting gentlemen as Boarders. Terms?For Boys tinder ten years of age. .£...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

Supreme Court, Van Diemen'* lund. WILLIAM the FOURTH, by the Grace of God af the United Kingdom of Gteat Bri- tain and Ireland, King, Defender of tho Faith. In the Administration of John Webb, late of Ho- bart-town, Van Diemen's land, Coach-maker, deceased. To the next of kin of the said John Webb, and to all Christian people, GREETING :— YOU and each of you are hereby cited and warned that >ou be and appear in oar Su- preme Court of Van Uicinen's land on Monday lil* twenty-third dsy uf January instant at the Court, house Hobart-town at ten nf tbe clock in tbe fore- noon, and that you and each of you then and there take upon you or one of you or forever renounce the administration of the goods chattels rights cre- dits and effects of the said John Webb deceased in- testate as hath been represented to us. Witness the Honoursble John Lewes Pedder esq. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's land this fourth day of January in tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

MISS DEBNEY begs to announce to her Friends, that the young Ladies attending   her Establishment, will meet to resume their stu- on the 23d instant. Macquarie street, Jan. 12, 1832. MR. GIBLIN most respectfully begs leave to remind his friends and the parents of his pupils, that his School recommences on Monday the 23d inst. The great satisfaction given by his mode of instruction, and by the attention paid to the domestic comforts of those intrusted to him, is the best testimonial he can adduce to those who may wish to favour him with the care of their sons. The Terms are, for every useful branch of educa- tion Forty Pounds per annum, and no extra charges. Three months' notice required previous to a remo-   val.   New-town road, Jan. 12, 1832   TO TEACHERS.- Wanted a person who is qualified to instruct and is willing to devote   3 or 4 hours daily, to the care of two little boys.- Apply to the Printer. MRS. MAKEPEACE, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

Tkt tjtof WP*? contain a report of j ? lou of iIn? ii5ipfWncy,nCtplwnvPHce,' ;;^*Wiilr'' ^eV^s^^^isoii) -V^lijp,' ^ti^hpr" iV ^»y«ge"on"V w.a» informed by a French ves i: aetiwiijch she spoke, had been-. seen1 water- logged and deserted near the j ihe. Wearie, ?!! however unwitting to place any1 reliance oh the report, as by the last accounts the Nancy Waa at Rio refitting, in consequence of the .-'¦ damage she had received in a severe galt of iyi.nd after, rounding Cape Horn. ' ¦''''" These papers contain also a curious ac ,,:- conntof a sailor named Matthews, belonging to the Alfred whaler, the Captain and crew ' pf which were'murdered by soine of thena ..,. tiyes of the New Hebrides about 3 years ago. This youug man, Matthews, the mate of the ¦vessel, it would seem had been carried off a prisoner to the island of Malanta^ where he was and is still detained without any possi- bility of escape. He had the ingenuity how- ever, to carve his name and the heads of his ¦tory on a piece ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 January 1832

tje Courter. SATURDAY. JANUARY 14,1832. Arrived last night, the Helen, from Syd- ney, on lier voyage lo Swan River and the Mauritius?Brings ne'w3 to the 3d instant. The Caroline willi gbods'had arrived from London, August ll. Derwent wheat was 4s. (Jd. a bushel; Hunter's River do. as low as 2». We regret lo announce the death of Mr. Fraser, the eminent botanist. The Aborigines were very troublesome at Bath- hurst, carrying off whole flocks of sheep. The price of wheat continues at the for- mer average of from 5s. to 5s, Gd. a bushel. Butcher's meat for the last few weeks has suffered a slight depression, and good mut- ton is now generally sold al 5d a lb. Althouah'the ensuing harvest will proba- bly produce on some of the fertile tracts on the northern side of the island from 25 to 30 bushels of wheat per acre, the average of the whole colony is not estimated to ex- ceed the produce of the former season, namely 15 bushels per acre. Some favour- ite spots of English barley as at Mr. ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

Cb? Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1832. Sailed on Wednesday thc 18th inst, the brig David Owen, Capt, Andrews, with a full cargo of colonial produce.?Passenger Mr. Miphan. Expected lo sail to-morrow,the shipEliza, 342 lons, Capt. Weddell, R. N.,with a full cargo of colonial produce. Passengers Alfred Stephen, esq. Solicitor General on leave of absence, Mrs. Stephen, 5 children and 3. ser- vants, W. H. Hamilton, esq. Mrs. Hamil-1 ton and servant, Mr. anti Mrs. Arthur Green and child, Dr. Brock, R.Ni, W. G. Sams, esq. Miss Ricketts, Dr. Inches, R.N., Mr. and Mrs. Russel and child, Mr. and Mrs. Timms and Patrick Ryan. Sailed on Tuesday the 17th, the schoon- er Harlequin for Sydney.?Passenger John Tolloch. Sailed on the 171b inst, the Tamar, Capt. Bateman, for Great Island, with stores, and 40 of the Aborigines. On Sunday the brig Thistle, Capt. T. Young, arrived at Launceston from Swan river and King George's Sound.-Passen- gers Mr. S. G. Henty and 6 servants. (Cargo of the Eliza.) . ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

We learn ?with much regret that numerous tfge\ ami apparently most luxuriant fields of wheat in the fertile district of Pittwater Bre almost wholly destroyed by smut. . W,e last week mentioned the late valuable discovery of the French philosopher M. Bronguiart, ascertaining the smut in wheat to have its origin in a fungus which grows and lives upon the young grain. The, great desideratum consequently now is, how to ?destroy this' fungus iii its infant state, before it can commence its ravages and destroy as it now does the prospects of the farmer. That thc usual method of pickling aud liming has this effect iu a certain degree ex- perience evidently shows, but it requires to be very carefully done to ensure even,tole-j rable success. Arsenic aud other remedies j more or less dangerous and expensive have also been used with varied success. An ex- periment, however, as far as we know per-| fectlynew in the annals of agriculture, has recently been tried hy a gentleman in this colony, w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

MISS DEBNEY begs to announce to her Friends, that the young Ladies attending her Establishment, will meet to resume their studies on Monday next the 23d instant. Macquarie-street, Jan. 12,1832. MRS. ABBOTT begs to inform the friends of her young Ladies that the Christmas vacation will terminate on Tuesday the 31st   instant. Brisbane-street, Jan. 12, 1832. CLIFTON HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT, New Norfolk. MISS RING begs, to announce that the young Uitlies will meet lo lesUuiettlUlt'Studies o.n the'23d January. ' The domestic comforts of the^young Ladies will be attended to by Mrs. Ring. -' : Miss Ring will bo happy to engage with a Lady of respectability, capable and desirous of availing herself of the situation, as an Assistant. HOBART-TOWN ACADEMY. MR. THOMSON bess to intimate that the young: Gentlemen attending bis School will meet to resume their Studies on Monday the SOtli instant. January, 1832. j ~"~ EDUCATION. ~i HE Pupils of tbe Rev. John ?Mackerey will ' re-assemble o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

CAW TTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No.«; Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 18,1838. ll Theperiods for which the undermentioned per | tons Were transported having expired. Certificates :>1 of Freedom have been granted to them accord -| inply:? ',.¦,.' fl William Allen, -ill, Clyde. . ,?( William Smith. C4i. Princess Charlotte. I; Sarah Wilson, 14, Maria. (;/ f Thomas Elliott, 114, Prince of Orange. £ Walter F.gginton, Lady East. | James Bmmhall, do. V By His Excellency's Command, ! J. BURNETT. I /GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 13, Colonial £ ' VB" Secretary's Office, Jan. 18,1032. | The periods for which the undermentioned per K sons were transported, expiring at the date placed i opposite their nnmt's, Certificates of their | Freedom may he obtained then, or at any jj subsequent period, upon application to this office, j? or to that of a Police Magistrate in the intc r ? riov:? ?{ Ebmezer Buttlchank, 057, Medina,?10th inst. -; Joseph Fuller, 300, Woodford?21st inst. William ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

DRUGS & CHEMICALS. JOHN WILKINSON begs respectfully to in- form the inhabitants of Hobart-town and the public in general, that he has taken the business ot Mr.F. Browne, Chemist and Druggist, Eliza beth street, and hopes, by strict attention and punctuality in business, to merit a share of their patronage and support. He begs also to call their attention to the following list of Drugs, $c; which he has received per Aurigu :-   Adhesive plaistcr Precipitate, red Acid, muriatic Acid, nitric Acid, sulphuric Acid, oxalic Acid, tartaric Alkanet root Aloes Alum Arsenic Antimpnial powder iEther, sulphuric .., .djther, nitric ¦ jEtlier, rectified Arrow root Butter of antimony Balsam capivi Balsam Tolu . Balsam, Peruvian Balls, diuretic. Balls, purging,; &c. brimstone Rark, Cascarilla Hark, Peruvian Berricsjunipcr Burgundy pitoh Bole Annouiac Blue stone Blue pill Cubcbs Camphor Cattstio Castor Corrosive sublimate Cerate, Turner's Cerate, spermaceti Crowfig Cinnam...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 January 1832

¦? .'. vVaM'ED,-. ir'' ... BY a young Lady lately arrived in tbe colony, a situation as Governess in a gentleman's family. She is capable of instructing in the usual - branches of a genteel English education. Letters directed to A. B. Post Office, Hobart town, will be atitnded to. ¦ ::~ COOK WANTED. WANTED immediately, a steady active man, who perfectly understands his business Liberal wages will be given. Apply to Mr. Bryant, Oatlands. .January 19, 1832 _' SLATES, WANTED to purchase, abont 6000 English made Slates. Apply to Messrs. Macar- thur and Lowry, Stonemasons and Builders, Ho- bart town, or to A. BENT,       Elizabeth street.   IMPORTANT CATTLE SALE7 : THE undersigned will expose to sale on Tues- day 14 tu February, at Compton Ferry ot; in that neighbourhood, 200 Head of Cattle, of the best breed in the colony. Terms? Approved bills at 6, 9 and lt months «itb bank interest. : . Full particalars in foture advertisements. ¦ ....

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 January 1832

The Courter. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,1832.     ---------               Arrived on Monday, I lie 23rd instant, tlie new. colonial government schooner Ade- laide, 80 tons burden, built at Macquarie harbour, and bas now made ber first voyage to Hobart lo wu wit b a cargo of pine timber. Arrived on Monday the 23rd inst. the bark William the Fourth, 199 tons, Capt. Steele, from New Zealand 25th December,       with a full cargo of New Zealand pine and   flax.     The Eliza sailed as. was expected ort-Sun- day last for'Lon'iToii, intending to touch for reireshtuent on ber voyage at Rio or Bahia. The Surry} Cupl. Veale, Vs advertised io sail for London direct from Launceston, on Monday. The Mary Aime and Piiucess Augusta were^also considerably advanced iii taking,ott board their cargoes for London, an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 January 1832

¦?¦ selim: ' \" ¦ ¦¦?¦ Ml-*/ Pilly" \ THIS beautiful high' caste Arabian Horse is ; now at/Redlands,' New Norfolk, 4e;fa'rni of Henry Oakes, esq., whore he will remainmtil fur- ther notice: -.'--'¦ \ -.... Terms?Six Pounds, and .Fjy.e^|,iU|jm to the Groom, including,' ilib ''use bf' Pudocks, by, a ptomissary note for that arhnnnt 'aiThree rnontliSj made payable when the Mares ar^t&fccn away. ""¦... Hunterston lGth Nov. 1831. VISCOUNT, ILL stand at Trafalgar during the s " wliere excellent and extensive iPa<ldVk*t are provided'for ihV receptjpnjOfMamf?'" * every care "will be taken W'them'oak w sponsibility. ' ¦ i;*-:** '¦¦' ????'? ? ; - 'Terni*. < Eight.Guineas. For 3 ivlores SiXjGu.rneaseacb, Fdr.the accbmniodation of those gentlemen v. intend sending:'mares from this side'theislind the. travelling expenses 'will be allowed. ' andUl ie pro prie'ors will give a purse of 30 guineas'to; be run for by his stock: got, this season, when. 2,years 6Jd over the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 January 1832

COOK WANTED. "ANTEIV immediately, a steady nctive'man, who perfectly understands bis .business, kdberal wagescwill be given. Apply to Mr. Sryant. On Hands, :' *'!.'','"' .',..? January 19..1.832. . - . ¦¦ ? yTO BE LET/ ' lt tlie upper end of Liverpool street; for one or more years as may be agreed upon. A House, consisting bf 3 rooms and a conveni- ent shop, cellar, bakehouse, &c, with a ueat ijgardeii in the rear. Apply on the p.emiies to Mrs. Brest. T. STEPHENSON, EGS leave, to acquaint his friends and the public, that lie has commenced business as uctioneer and Appraiser, in wliicn line he res ectfuily solicits their patronage, trusting by strict ttt-ntion to the general interest bf those who may teated to favour him willr their commands td re ? ulure of th; ir future support. ¦¦¦¦'¦¦ ew Norfolk Fe^rry House, .., MI5f 26th January;' 1«33. ''.¦ TO SETTLERS, \ ?ecentlr come into cite Colony, and others. IOK SALE, by private bargain,(the propri- etor intending io retire up t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 January 1832

Married. On Thursday the 20th inst; at St. David's Church, by thc Rev. William Bedford, David Lambe, esq. to Harriet Catherine, sister of Sase Bannister, esq. formerly Attorney Ge-     neral New South Wales.

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