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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 13th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 13th, 1820.   THOMAS DOWNS is appointed a   Constable of Hobart Town. H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Acting Engineer's Office, Hobart Town, Friday, May 12th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

GOVEtiNMBNT ^NOTICE. Ailing Engineer's Office, HobartTown, Friday, May 12th,1820. AN Opportunity now offering for Shipping Wool for Government Service at Port Ttckfoo, tbi'Aftlng Enginear requefts tho Set- tle» who hive tendered Wool will bring it dewrn before Thurfday npxt. Payment will be made in Government Money» at the Tims of Delivery, at the Lamber Yard, By Order of the Lieutenant Governors THOMAS RILL. Majorand Aâing Engineer. Comimilariu Office, March 24th, 1820. LIST of Perfont from whom Suppliée of Meat will be received It His Majefty'i Migixines ia Van Diemen'i Lead tor the enfu. jngQusrter. AT HOIART Town:-May 20-Mo (Tri. Stynes and Troy'6ooo, Thomas Lucie 750. Zichiriah Chsffey 750, Nathaniel Luces 750, George FJixmora 500. 27-Mn Thoms* Salmon 1200, Thornes Fowles 1500, Georgr Fortsr iooo» Robert Gillie! 1500, William Bndihaw 500, Jofhua Thatcher 1000» Eliza Eddington 1000, Mr. Fitzgerald iooo. June 3-Z» Sponsford 500, William Garth iooo,| Huaah Garrett 750, Mr. B. Jone...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 8th April, 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVIRKMENT HOUSE, SvDNtY, Saturday, 8tb April, 1820. CIVIL DEfAKTMKNT. , rpHE frequent Difcharga of Fire Arms within X the Town, end even in the Streets of Syd ttyt both by Day end Nigbt, which has lately iiken Place« to the great Annoyance and Din- oa r of the Inhabitants, rendering it neceflary te call the Attention of all Defcriptions of Perfqoe to this CircumiUnce, and particularly to require the Confiables and Peice Officers to be prompt and vigilant in rigidly enforcing the preiem Handing Orders, igiinflt all Perfons who ¿hil] hereafter be found difcharging Guns, PiftoÎ9,or Jiro Arma ofany Defcription whatever, within the Stree» or Towri of Sydney j,.it ss hereby ordered and directed, that the Conftablcs andu all other the Peice Officers and Watchmen, do ( feize and fecure all Perfona whatever, who Hull after the preicnt Date be found ufing or dif cbarging Fire Arma in the Town of Sydney, whether by Day and Night, unlefs in lawful Cafes of neceííary S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

iTTHOson. the ¿IBUTBNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART "I OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTERtugnzú with any Official Signature, are lo be confidered asQfficial Communications made to thofe Ferions to whom they may relate. *r_\ . T.T 1? T»_ C...*.!.#.»*. *f (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H.E.ROBINSON, Secrttary<

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

The Acting Engineer has received from va-   rious settlers during the last week, 10,000lbs. of wool, for supply of Government ; which will be shipped on board the Eliza, for service at Port Jackson. The advantage this opportunity gives the middling and small settlers, in immedi- ate Government money for an article hitherto producing them nothing, appears to be duly ap- preciated ; and must better the condition of many. In our report last week of the arrival of the Regalia we omitted to notice that she came in under jury, her foremast and bowsprit having been carried away close to the deck in the gale which sho encountered, as before mentioned, The wreck continued over the sides for near two hours, the sea running exceedingly high and beating so violently against the vessel; in con- sequence of which, the Commander to prevent further mischief ordered it to be cut away, as also a fine new whale-boat from the stern.- We are happy to observe, that no accident or further mis...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

I i WILL alfo Caufe to be Put up and'Soldby 1 Public Auftion, on the fame Day and imme. diately after the Above, at'the Premifes of Jai, Hatinaway at Pitt Water, hy Virtue of Two Writs of Fieri Faciasi(Tued fromtheLieutcmut Governor's Court, in Caufes wherein Williim H ambir and R» W, Loane, £fq. were Plain tiffs, and George M or r iib y, Defendant ; Three Working Bullocks, «he property of the De- fendant^ unlcfsthe Executions thereon he pre« vioofly fuperfeded.' I JOHN JBSAMQNT, Pruvoft Marfhah TO MERCHANTS, STOCK-KOLDERS, SETTLERS, AU o OTHERS. MR. RAIÇiE hereby offers Ten-pence per Pound for Wool, ii delivered free of Ex pence to him at Hobart Town ; provided the fame has bean well wafheô* '" before Shorn, and when Shorn, to be focureíy tied in fe pus te Fleeces. N.' B.-Payment from his Iovefiment per tbo Regalia* at Cafh Prices. Swedifh bar, bolt, rod, iheet, and hoop iron; nails, wine in wood snd bottle, teas, fug!r< tobacco, India print, Canton cloths, hoiiery, fadd...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 20th May, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 20th May, 1820. THE above Government and General Order by HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, for the Regulation of the Town and     Vicinity of Sydney, with Regard to the danger-   ous and unlawful Use of Fire Arms, is to be con- sidered as in Force in this Settlement from the Date of the present Publication ; of which all Chief and other Constables and Peace Officers will take Notice, and will govern themselves accordingly. By Command of His Honor   The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—On Wednesday last came up to port, the brig Jupiter, Mr. Risk master, with a full cargo (3000 bushels) of wheat from Pitt Water, the produce of that Settle-       ment. The Jupiter returns in a few days for another cargo in preparation. On the 1st of the present year, our Country and other Subscribers, who are 2, 3, and 4 years in arrear, were requested to discharge their Accounts ; but, from the excessive slow- ness of its operation, although there has been an abundant Harvest, we are again under the necessity of calling upon them for Payment,       and of stating that those exceeding one year, will be sued for. And the Publisher has to beg, that all other Persons who have been furni- shed with their Accounts for Advertisements,   Jobs, &c. will be good enough to settle the same.       ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

From the Sydney-Gazette of March %5 we copy the following : On Monday lad at noon Bis EXCELLENCY tim GOVKRNO*, attended by his Staff, and ac* companied by His Honor the Lieutenant Go vgiNOB, Ihe Reverend Mr. COWPER, Chap Iain, and lèverai Officers and Gentlemen of Ihe Colony, proceeded to Hyde Park,,*o lay the foundation done of a School for-the Edu- cation of 4ho Children of ihe Poor ; on which occaíloo 1he Reverend Mr. Cowper, addrefling h i ra fe If io ihe aliemblige prefent, com m uni. cited to them that the building about lo be erected had been denominated by His Exe BL LB wer *. The Georgian Public School." The Reverend Gentlemans addrefs was nearly inrtho following words : " As our mod gracious and hsloved Sôver 11 eiga, in the days of hishealth, ever ex pre fifed 11 and mtnifeded a fincerè regard'for letrning " and fcjonce, and particularly for the-chridiar} 11 education of youth, wifhiog* that ever v poor " child cthfooghout his dominions might be " abloto read the Bible ;'...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 20th May, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

GOVT. ANDGENERAL ORDERS.) GGTBRMMÍNT HOUSBJ HOBARTTOWN, Saturday, 20th May, 182Ó. THE Government and /General Order of Date zzd January lift, which refcinds the Permifliao belwie granted to Owners of Cattle, vrtiefe' Grazing G.roundaare to the Weftward of the Port Dalrymple Road, to ilaughter al their own Places, is io be sonfidered as appli* câbleront,* io Cattle ßaughtcred for Supply \of His Majefiy's Store, , By His Honor's Command, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.] Commitiariat Office, March 24th, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of Meat will be received at His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land, for ensu- ing Quarter. AT HOBART TOWN :- May 27 - Mr. T Salmon 1200, Thomas Fowlei 8500, George Porter tooo, Robert Gillett 1500, William Bradfhaw 500, Joihua Thatcher iaoo» Eliza Eddington 1000, Mr. Fitzgerald 1000. June 3 --Z.Sponsford 500, Wm. Garth 1000,Hannah Garrett 750, Mr. B* Jones tooo, Sufan Jonea 750, Rd. Morgan, jurf. 1500, Wrm. Williams ¡1000, Charles 'Williams 750»...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 May 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN DIXON,of iho Ship Regalia, pro- ceeding to Sydney by the Eliza, requefts all Claims to he prefented to Mr. RA I N I. J. C. R. ?ARK«R,Efq. leaving the Colony by the firft Opportunity, defires all Claimejto be immediately prefcntedat the Gazette Office. aV M a % S A VAC t intending to leave the Colona/ in fix Days from this Date, defirea that all Claim* a g »in ft him may be prefented forthwith for Payment ; and all Perfons indebted »0 hint are hereby warned, that, in the event of Nott« payment in the above Period,Shay will be pro- ceeded againft by hie Agenta for «he Amount of their refpeclive Accounts« I May 20j 1820, Mi. HOBATIO MASON leaving<the Colony in the Eliza, requeft Claims to be prefented, 1 Ma. R. Hows expecting to return go Syd* ney in the Eliza; or by the firft Opportunity, requefts Claimsto be prefented. ' 1 Ma. WM.PRÉSNILL, proceedingSo Syd« ney, requefls Claims io be prefented. 2 OR S ALU. by Private Contract, One Han dred Head ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

¿ekfo^¿¿h\°^^^ rnmmunications made to thofe Pcrfons to whom ihey may relate. __ fT-> UÄ. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HOHORJ, H. E, ROB I N SON , Secretary»

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

We extrae the following from Britifh papers : BOMBAY^ APRIL -t.-On the 2d ultimo, the inhabitants of Ahmedabàd were much far» prifid byihe appearance of a Royal Tiger, which waa brought alivefrom a*neighbouring village; he bad been caught in à large cage cooftrufied onihe principle of i rat-trap, with a goat for the bait, but partitioned off with drong bars fo as io be beyond «ho reach of the Tiger ; elbe goat was however takon out dead, without having apparently fuflferedany injury : we may therefore conclude that .the animal died entirely of fright* Ä Urge and fierce dog of the northern breed, waa put intothocagefo» hil food, und the gentlemen who were prefent were much furpiifed at obferving ibe dog, m fteadof being alirrned at the Horrific animal, immediately ruflied forward and feized him ¡by the nofe, and it was fometime before the Tiger could difengage himfelf.* After having been kept for fome dayi)o gratify the curiofuy of nstivei, a gentleman of known celebrity inihe fporti...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - 0n Monday last arrived in the river, having been from Port Jackson   12 days, the ship Prince Regent,   Capt. Anderson, for the purpose of       whaling in this port. The Eliza, Captain Hunt, will sail for Port Jackson to-morrow. Remain in the harbour and river, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold, the ships   Prince Regent, Eliza, and Regalia; and   the brigs Robert Quayle, Active, Jupiter,     and Sophia.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, May 27th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, May 27th, 1820. THE Honorable the Commissioner of Enquiry for the Affairs of New South Wales and its Dependencies, JOHN THO- MAS BIGGE, Esquire, having fixed the   Hour of Ten o'Clock, To-morrow Morning, for his Embarkation for Port Jackson ; the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S Barge is to be in Readiness at that Hour to convey the HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER     on board the Ship Eliza.   A Salute of Thirteen Guns to be fired from Mulgrave Battery upon His Maj- esty's Commissioner leaving the Shore,   in Honour of his Embarkation. By Command of His Honor   The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

E^ORSALE by PRIVAT! CONTRACT, (hit definble New Brick Houfe with upper Rooms lately built by AN»*B'W MAOILL, de- lightfully fituite in Melvilleraréet, withavcty fpicioui Piece of Garden Ground,mclofed wita a 8-Foot Paling in a ntat and moft fubftantial IM inner, which extendí backwards to the line of another Street, where a front Building miy be erefted. Tho Premifes are peculiarly well adapted for a Single Gentleman or a fmall pri- vate Family ; and comminia an extenfive View ¡of the Harbour, Town, and adjacent Country ; [and woold bo a valuable Acquifition to a Fur chaferi as they will be diipofed of confiderablr leis than their real Value, and Accommodation given for Half or more of the Porfchlfe Mo- ney,-For further Particulars apply to ino Pro prietor, on the Premifes._ - I "IMPOUNDED, at thoCoal River, a*««* of Hewed Cattle, fome brmded with the Letters M C, and others C E.-The Ownirij on paying the Expenfes, may have the fame- ey applying io Roger Givio, Pound-keep"» .. above...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 20th May, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN Saturday, 20th May, 1820. THE Government and General Order of Date 22d January last,which rescinds the Permission before granted to Owners of Cattle, whole Grazing Grounds are to the Westward of the Port Dalrymple Road, to slaughter at their own Places, is to be considered as appli- cable ONLY to Cattle slaughtered for Supply of His Majesty's Store.     By Command of His Honor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Commissariat Office, May 20th, 1820. Notice is hereby given, that no Tenders   for Meat for the Supply of His Majesty's   Magazine under my Charge for the ensuing Quarter will be received after the 4th of June next. GEORGE HULL, D. A. C. G. Commissariat Office, March 24th, 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:- June 3 - Z. Sponsford 500, William Garth 1000, Han...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS.     CAPTAIN DIXON,of the Ship Regalia, pro- ceedîng to Sydney by the Eliza, requests all Claims to be prefented to Mr. RAINE. Z C. R. PARKER, Esq. leaving the Colony by the first Opportunity, desires all Claims to be immediately presented at the Gazette Office, z -Mr. SAVAGE, and Mr.PLASSON, Mate of the Ship Aetaeon, leaving the Colony In the Eliza, request all Claims to be presented. z MR. HORATIO MASON leaving the Colony in the Eliza requests Claims to be presented. z   Mr. R. HOWE expecting to return to Syd- ney in the Eliza, or by the first Opportunity, requests Claims to be presented.       MR. CURB, leaving the Colony in the Eliza, requests all Claims to he presented. 1   GAZETTE OFFICE.--Any Person who will procure a Square of Marble out of the Vien lately discovered at the Greens Hills,be- tween the Black Snake and New Norfolk, will receive a liberal Price (in Cash) for the same...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 May 1820

By the Prince Regent, reports were re- ceived of the arrival of the Janus at Sydney with female convicts; a proportion of which, it is stated, were to sail in a few days for this place, in the new Government brig. A gang of prisoners, who took away a whale boat belonging to the Regalia some time ago, have been all taken, except one. it appears that after going to Bruni Island, where they plundered men employed in col- lecting bark, they proceeded into Frederick Henry Bay, where they abandoned the boat and,went into the country. They were overtaken by the parties sent in pursuit of them between Reftdown and Tea-tree Brush.-These six men were tried yester- day, and sentenced to receive 200 lashes   each, and to work in irons at the Coal River for the term of their original sentence of transportation. We regret to state, that some depredations have lately been committed in different parts of the country by persons stealing the fettlers' har- rows, ploughs, and other implem...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

HTTHONOR the LiBüTBNANT GOVERNOR-ha» thought proper to dirett, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 10WN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORtER.Hgnedmih any Official Signature, arc to be coniidered a*Qfficili Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom «hey may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS Houp«). ' H.E.ROBINSON, AefrtMrj.

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