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

/ T%/TR8, ABB0TT bega to inform the friends / JJfM. of her yoting Ladies, that the Christmas vacation will terminate ou Tuesday the 31st in- stant. Brisbane-street, Jan. 18,1831. HOBART-TOWN ACADEMY. "mW"R. THOMSON begs tb intimate that the J$JL young Gentlemen .attending his School will meet to resume their Studies od Monday the 30th nstant. ;'V-. January, 1832. , j 'W ¦ ¦¦ ¦-¦'¦¦¦¦ . education; THEPopilsof the Rev. John Mackersy will re-assemble on the 1st of Feb. next .emu Mg.. :¦¦¦ «?¦?" Mft-MickerBy having ^rrejstly' enlarged; his ¦lae* coinmodations, is prepared to recrive an addition . jil number of young gentlemen as Boarders. Terms?For Boys under ten years of age. .j£35. For Boys above ten years of age'.'... 40. No extra charges. fNORFOLK PLAiNSGRAMMAR SCHOOL. THE Proprietor of the above Establishment, .announces lo the public, that the School will open on the 1st of February. - The course of instruction adopted by the Revd. it,B. Claiborne is purely classical and mathemati...

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

tai GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAIN!: Jtgr His Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the /stand ©/Fan-Diemeny Land and its de* _ peMtnciee. rHEREAS, by the Actor Ordinance intituled . ;*'AoActt to regulate the Impounding of Animals for trespass, and forotherpurposea relating thereto" 1* ia enacted that it abai! be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to erect ind establish Publio Poonda for tho impounding of animals therein for trespass, and instead of such pounds br any of them to substitute others, and appoint keepers of all such .pounds, and any ofsuchpound keepers to displace, at to him may seem meet. Now therefore, I, do, by this my Proclamation, direct and proclaim, that tho several pounds, or place's commonly used as pound-), at present ? rer-ted, or which' shill within, one month ito itt the date ¦ hereof be erected for the purpose of being used as public'pnonds, at the pincer, hereinafter respectively next'mentioned, shxll severhlly bo public pounds for the imp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

We Mentioned] ia our last the antici-jB pated, but, in our view, most tulnouS abd oj destructive public measure?the abolition sf of the Engineer department of this colony.' di Knowing, however, the unbiassed and pains il taking deliberation that invariably accom- panies every step taken by our local govern menf, we fondly trust that the measure if or whenever carried into execution will be a very qualified one. Nothing .that we have as yet heard advanced in public or as far as we can learn discussed in the Cbrhtnittee appointed to consider this subject, has in thc smallest degree touched or affected any of the positions already maintained iu this journal. They remain wholly unan- swered and in fact as they are unanswerable. It will be adviseable how however to recapi- tulate a few of the principal ones, viz:? 1. The, public works now performing bj the officers and prisoner mechanics in thc Engineer department, are conducted at con- siderably less expense than similar works done bypr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

ENTIRE HORSE. MAGNUS TROIL, a splendid dappled bay carriage horse, 3 years old, stands upward* of 17 hands high, of great strength and very stipe rior action, and well adapted cither for agricultu- ral purposes or the road, being that kind of horse so long wanted in the colony, and which cannot be obtained by crossing our small mares with the rough limbed, heavy bodied horse pf England. The services of Magnus may be obtainer! at Douglas park, Elizabeth river* Terms.?Three Pounds, Five Shillings grpomage, by bill of 3'months sent with the mares. Excellent paddocks free of expense til] the mares are fairly stinted. Douglas park, Sep. 20,1831. __^ i ? ENTIRE HORSES. THE services of the following Horses maybe ohtained at the Van Diemcn's land Esta- blishment, Lake river, until further notice :? Waterloo?Seven Guineas Bolivar?Six Guineas Rotterdam?(Flemish Cart) Five Guineas N. B. No charge is made for groomage or usc of paddocks. An allowance of'one in. five to real owners. Ev | cry car...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

itn GAZETTE OF THIS DAT CONTAINS: GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. S3, Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. l,lRS2. The period for which the undermentioned per- son was, transported, expiring at tUe date placed opposite';- .Iris? name, a-i Certificate of hW Freedom, irtay b> <obtained.then, or at any subsequent period, .ripon application to this office, or to that of a Police Magistrate in the inte- rior:? Robert Grant', 152, Dromedary?16th instant. By Commnnd of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 24 - Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 1, 1832. Tickets of leave have been granted to the under-   mentioned between, the 25th of January and 1st instant. Philip Marks, 464, Asia I. Thomas Grange, 5ll, Asia 2.   John Thomas, 21, Baring. Benjamin Johnson, 10?, Caledonia 1. Thomas Cooper, alias Draper, 651, Chapman 1.   Thomas Ready, 89, Earl St. Vincent. Benjamin Pearse, 441, Governor Ready.   John Harris, 132, Hi...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

C&e Courier. SATURDAY. FEBRUAUY 4,18S2. Arrived on Wednesday the 1st lust, from Sydney, 7lh January, Ibe steam vessel Sur- prise, under canvass, being intended to re- main in the Derwent, and to ply between Hobart town and Kangaroo point. Sailed on' Tuesday, in ballast, for Ma- nilla and Canton, the bark Elizabeth, Capt. Philippa. The Mary is nearly loaded, and is expect* ed to sail for London direct in the course of IO days or a fortnight. There|is no variation in the price of wheat, (5s. 6(1. a bushel) and other articles of colo- nial produce since our last.- . Hay, however, has been very plentiful. in the market, and some quantities have been disposed of at 41. a ton. Considerable numbers of both fat sheep and cattle have arrived in town during the week, and a small decrease in. the. price of. butcher's meat seems generally to be an u Jicipated. English barley 7s. a bushel. . j The latest prices of wheat at Sydney, as j quoted in the Sydney Gazette, were 011 Ibe 1.'genera...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

..?¦'. BANK OF VA N DIEMEN^ LAND. A General Meeting of the Proprietors of .Bank Stock will' be held on Monday the 6th'day of February liext, at 12 o'clock precisely to'dei clare the Half-yearly Dividend and for other pur. poses. T. T. LOWES, . Cashier. . Jan. 10th 1832. MR; WILLIAM WEDGE DARKE, respect- fully announces, that lie has commenced business in Hobart town as a Surveyor and Land Agent.. Mr. D. having removed to his office in : Liverpool street, next door to the; Courier Ofiicej mich Gentlemen as- may have occasion "for .his services as Land Agent, or in Surveying! .felling, lacingout enclosures, pr thc mensura- tion ot artificers work, are requested to address to him as above, -and "they rosy depend oh accuracy ¦expedition, and moderate charged'. * ?".- "¦*¦' i-^ r . ; ?-^ PlansneatlyVnnfl accnrBtely"finished. ;' \\ MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.. Mfr.SPRENT, A. M. will deliver his second I fe'cfacV on Astronomy in the Court "o/ Re- quests'room on Tuesday evening the 7th instant ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 February 1832

WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A respectable young Man of 10 or 17, as ari Ap- prentice in a Wholesale Mercantile House, who can write a good hand. Apply, by Letter (post paid).to Z, at the office of his paper. Hoban-town, Jan. 31, 1832. ON SALE, SUPERIOR Stone Lime, at 8d. per bushel. .Apply to-Mr. Medley, Overseer to A. Betts, esq., at the Marsh Farm, on the Derwent, or to A. 6i T. BETTS & Co. Wharf, Jan. 31, 1832. MRS. MIDWOOD begs to announce to the friends of the young Ladies of her estab-   lishment, that she has removed to the late resi- dence of Mr. Jennings in Murray street, where she will be happy to receive ber pupils to resume their studies on the 9th inst. Hobart town, Feb. 3, 1832. NOTICE. GOODS received at Mr. Dunn's Auction rooms, . York street, for Sale by Public Auction, and security given to any amount if required. Launceston, Jan. 17,1832. ¦ TASMANIAN '.'.,, NEW QUADRILLES & COUNTRY DANCES, FOR 1832. THE above- are composed for the Piano, and ma...

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LINES Suggested by a walk to a hill in the vicinity of Hobart-town. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

LINES Stisürested by" a w'nlk to a hill in the vicinity of Hobart-town. I sat opon a fallen tree, Blighted and branchless-type of me i In contemplation wrapt, I threw, O'er hill and dale, my pensive view. Beneath-broad Derwent's placid stream, Slumber'd in ev'ning's golden gleam, Her winding shores through many a bay, Calm as a smiling infant lay. That solemn silence reigned around, In woods and deserts only found ; A silence »-peaking to the heait ; Feelings no language can impart. O Niiure, beautiful, sublime. In ev'ry ape, in ev'ry clime ; Man perishes, his works decay, But thy charms never fade «way. The star«, the moon, life-giving sun, Are new ru »hen their course begun, And never will Time's impress be Upon the billows of the ses. For eyer young the rivers flow, For ever fresh the breezes blow, For ever swetps along the sky - The clouds' fantastic canopy. The rain comes hounding to the earth Fertile as at Creation's bil th ; The lines of heaven s majestic bow Bright asin Noah...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

GEO IGE LANGFORD respectfully ac- quaints the public that he has a well'se kcted assortment of goods per Science, to open in a few days, Feh. 9, 1832. .. - WANTED,, A Middle-aged Tree Woman as house servant, and occasionally to take charge of two or ihiee young children. As liberal wages will he pi vet) none bat those »f good character need apply. Inquire at the Courier office._ " WANTED to Rent for a term of years, or other«ise, a small Farm, within five miles of Hobart town. W. W. DARKE, Land Agent. Liverpool street, Feb. 9.1832._ WANTED, a ticket of leave man, as wollun-; Overseer, on a Faun in full cultivation T< stimontals of character will he requited. In- quire at the O Mee ot this paper. Feb. 7,1832. NOW Landing, and on Sale at the Stores of tbe undersigned. 100 Fitkius best CoikJ Butter. George Watson. WharfFeb 10.1132. iNKvv /'.ALAND PINK. ANY qinutiry of the above timber, either in boards, plank or log, may be had on mo- derate term«, at the yard of the undersi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

The Sydney journals received by the Eli- brc kabeth are highly interesting, as indicative lee of the liberal policy pursued by the new Go- .ant ?Vernor. The whole population of New j I V South Wales appears tp be in raptures with the his public conduct. We earnestly hope His Excellency will be able to maintaiu the ge- nerous sentiment, for we need not remind bim how changeable and evanescent the aura popularía at all times is. The late ant mated discussion between the old opposi- tionists Mr, Wentworth and Mr. Hall ofthe Monitor, about tergiversation« at Paramatta clearly shews this and a reverberation of the breeze is always proportionally more harsh and disagieeable, as it bad been bland when blowing in an opposite direction. Governor Bourke deserves the 1 hanks of both colonies for the manner in which he has opened Hie Legislative Assembly, which took place on the ipi h January. We copy from the Syd- ney Gazette of the 21 st : " The Council met pursuant to summons. His Excellency...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

IMPOUNDED, , AT the public pound, Maxwell parish, district of Oatlands, by Joseph Hunt, on the 29th of January, 3 ewes, tip off right ear, swallow tail in left, and a hole in it, firebrnndcd three dots on the fore- head, and ramrod off cheek, pitch mark WB oft* side, 1 ewe notch ont of back of right ear, tip off left, firebrand three dots on forehead, pitch mark WB off side, 1 ewe swallow tail in both ears, firebranded three dots on the forehead, 5 Iambs swallow tail in left ear, 2 ewes, tip off right eur. notch back and front of left, and.a hole in it, firebrand on the forehead il- legible, 2 lambs, quarter ont of back of right ear, swal- low tail in left ear, and a notch in the back, . 1 ewe swallow tail in right ear,,tip off left, fire- brand near cheek illegible, pitch mark P off side, j 1 lamb, swallow tail left ear, tip off right and split, 1 ewe, tip off and a notch in back of left ear, fire brand near cheek illegible, 1 ewe quat ter nut.of the back of right ear, notch in bac...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

THE   GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS :   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 27, Colonial   Secretary's Office, Feb. 6, 1832. It being of the utmost importance to the Police of the Colony that the most accurate Register of Con- victs, in the employment of Settlers and others, should be kept, the Lieutenant Governor, with re- ference to the numerous Notices on this subject which have been heretofore promulgated, has been   pleased to direct that a return of all assigned Ser vants, Male and Female, shall be forwarded to the Police Magistrate of each District on or before the 11th March next, in the subjoined Form- Number and names Of Assigned Servants shewing the Ships by which they arrived and date of arrival. Date of Assign   ment. Where employ- ed. General con duct. [The Return is to be signed with the name (at full length) place of abode, and Police District of the person bv whom it is made] And that the Police Magistrates, after c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

CLARENCE PLAINS GRAMMAR SCHOOL MB. HOBSON having transferred Iii» School to the New House of Mr. W. Nichols, junior, as a position the most nearly central and the most appropriate, in this district, tims pub- licly announces hin removal, and that he is prepa- red to rereive pupils, in classical, mathematical, and general learning, on ttie following terms. Day Scholars at 14 a quarter. Boarders.LIO do. N. B. In tile above charges, washing and sta tioncry are included. Clarence plains, Feh. 1,1831 WANTED. A dorking Overseer to take charge of au esta- blishment about 25 miles from town, where -from 1*ta20men are constantly employed, he mnst perfectly-understand his business in all its branches as Well as the management of sheep. None need apply but such as have had consider- able experience in the above line in this colony, * and alio produce the most respectable reference. Apply if by letter post paid to Mr. Thomas Scott, Cameron street, or at t'<e Courier Office, Liver- po...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 February 1832

\)t Courier. II i i re»u£-j|,.,ia,i.ii.»II. <-^_w " SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1832. Arrived on Wednesday the 8th instant, the bark Science, 235 tons, Capt. Saunders,   from London 5th September, with a general   cargo of goods. Passengers, Mrs. Hall, lady   of Mr. Hall, Assistant Surveyor General of   this place, Mr. Backhouse, Mr. Walker,   Mr. Gole, and 54 Chelsea pensioners, inclu- ding their wives and families who have emi- grated under the new arrangement of re-, ceiving 4 years advance of pay, 1s. to 2s. per diem) 2 years in England and 2 on their ar- rival in the colony, with 100 acres of land, 4 having remained at the Cape of Good Hope, and one (John Salmon) having died during Ihe voyage. Arrived yesterday the Auriga, Captain Chalmers from Sydney, 30th Jan. - Passen- gers, Dr. and Mrs. Thomson, Miss Ruthell, the Rev. Mr. Turner, Mr. Brown, Mr. McKenzie, Mr. Goggs, and 4 others. Arrived on Tuesday the 7th...

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THE CONVICT'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

THE CONVICT'S LAMENT. How often in the silent night When others calmly rest, Does mem'ry in her backward flight Perturb my wakeful breast. I think of all that I have been And all I now might be, Had crime not placed a bar between Home, freedom, friends and me. The day«»-the years-I have misus'd-' 'I he devions path I've trod Talents« tho' humble, yet ubus'd Have alivu'd me from God. Whilst she who bore nie in her womb Who nurs'd iriy infant years, An aged widow-wails my doon In solitude and tears. 0 God ! of all the pangs that e'er Distract the guilty heart, The having caused a mother's tefuf Giviçs far the keenest smart. % Ah wherefore did I ever leave The life I led in youth. Why suffer error to deceive And lure me from the truth. Religion I had thy holy pow'r For ever rul'd my breast, 1 ne'er Jiad felt this friendlesp.hodr Lone, exil'd and disfrest'd. ' 'Tis not too late-on bended knag To Christ this very day, In genuine humility # For a new heart I pray. He never scorns the cont...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : r . Í1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No.' 32, Colonial T Sectary's .Office, Feb.-14,1882. William Jaima Darling, ésq Ensign in the 63d regt, of (bot, has Been appointed a Justice ofthe Peace-for Van Dtemep's lund and its dependen, cies. » - By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. «.pi OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. S3. Colo XJT nial ¡Secretary's Office, Feb. 15,183?. Tehders for the Hook-Binding required for the several Public Departments during It months, {re requested to be forwarded to this offioe, at or «fore 12 o'clock at noon of Saturday the 25th inst.. . To be marked * Tenders for Book-Binding.' By command of the Lieutenant Governor, _ ,. ,, J. BURNETT Í1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, N....34, Colonial Ü * Secietary's Office, Feb. 15,1832. , Tickets of Leave liaVc been granted to the un- dermentioned persons between tho 8th and 15th 11 inst.- t John Cox, 470, Phoenix 1. SaMttel Floch. '27o, Lady Hast. Abraham Charles Mummery, 554, Wood- man. By command of Tbe Lieutenant Go...

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REPRESENTATION OF THE COLONIES [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

REPRESENTATION OP THE COLO- be NIES w( We-now proceed to give a "report' of fhe»"*theii «discussion «iii this iirtpo>t*ant subject, JQtrp- ¿jsh duc^l t>y MV. Kupae in the Hpqse of Com- njes tpon« on the lath.of August. nal . That gentleman comhienced by observing.' the I that it was a natural subject of inquiry whe* pliei iher the nature, extent, population, and mad wealth oi Ihe colonies tlid not entitle them inte to representatives in Parliament. Thepopu- the; lation of British India amounted to <K) mil- J IV lions', and its wealth and commerce were in- rearJ finite. There fere besides 34 colonies, in. Bur eluding the Canadas, containing a large po- was Î rotation aud extensive resources. He asked he house why so important a portion of the King's dominions should not come within the reach of so great a change as the mea- sure of reform contemplated in that house 1 The internal regulations ofthe colonies were placed under the control of the King in Coun- cil, until...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

IMPOUNDED j AT the Public Pound Macquarie RiVet, by Captain Ciear, 1 dark bro'wrt bullock, while face, white,legs, firebrand IA near hip, Pupon the near.shoulder. Damages L5'. If lim above animal, be not èlaimed and redeem ed, within the time allowed by law; it will be sold by me at llie said Pound, on Wednesday fill Márch"|l83*Í, according (o the provisions .of.th« imp'ouhdiog act; GEORGE STEWART, .» Poondketper. IMPOUNDED. At the Public Pound Jerusalem,district of Richmond, by James Monte, 4th February. i redístm,. branded ditw. JP.arflajes; la. per tiMÉÎ"--''-''--" ?'?'??.'? ..?'??: -r^ ' v dark red Poland cow; brand near rump BL j.y^ljoi*,heifer, brand near rontp IO .... ' 1 cow black auto, wlûte hackan.djbelly, tißoff right ear, brand near rüii,ip W ? ''''"? A '''''. '. '' . 1 nrey lieiftr, btauded near «imp' Vt, off rump Jk^rand.,not1lefci|#le - ''-;.,"'. . ?..? ? . 1 cow,,.black aßd ^hite,.agpjt{cd. ¡bflirid. pff rump 3 M, wi,tb a'caifatheï/oojti . Damageal». per-heíd? ; -'?'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

GINGHAMS «St CHILDREN'S LEGHORNS, with various other Goods, now opening at WATCHORN'S. TO Bli LEI'. A Substantial Boilding, well adapted for store ing grain or olher property. Apply to John Walker, esq. Wharf, Feh. 17, I8S*. AT a Meeting held at Richmond on the 1st ot February, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of establishing AnnuJ Races at Nugent Course, Richmond, It was rCfhlved : Owing to many gentlemeji having assigned die ur- gency of (he season as (heir reason for non-, attendance,-That a General Meeting be con- vened on the ¿Sth of Fcbiuaiy, for llie purpose of confirming or ameiiding the resolutions pas- sed ou (list day, at w inch all patrons of the Turf are again solicited, to attend G. T. LLOYD,!lon..Sec. pro.ten-.' ' Turf Cowii.itte room, Richmond, * . 1Kb Feb. 18S2. ,, «. , PEÍ SCIENCE. GEO. LANGFORD has opened : Superfine gentlemen's hats Yonth's baps in variety A la r{Je assortment of waistcoats ! Fine white shirts with lawn bosoms Fancy rowi...

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