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

CLARENCE PLAINS GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR, HOBSON having transferred his School lo the New House of Mr. W.» Nichols, junior, as a position (he most nearly teiitral and the most appropriate, in this district, thus pub- licly announces his removal, ahd that be is prapa red to receive pupils« in classical» mathematical, and general learning, on the following terms. Day Scholars at L4 a quarter. Boarders «....».Lid do. : "N. B. In the above charges, washing and sta- tionery are included. ' Clarence plains, Feb. 1,1831« , - . . ?i '? " WANTED, A Middle-aged Free Woman as house servant, and occasionally to take charge of two or three young children. As liberal wages will be given none but those of good character need apply. Inquire at the Courier office. WANTED to Rent for a term of yelta, or otherwise, a (wiall Farm, withiu five miles of Hobart town. W. W. DARKE, Land Agent. Liverpool street, Feb. ». 1832._ WANTED, A Good Working overseer, if married and his wife can undertake the management of...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 February 1832

The Couríer. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1832. Arrived on Tuesday the 14th instant, the     transport ship Elizabeth, Capt. John Craigie, from Portsmouth 18th October, with 220 male prisoners and commissariat stores. The guard consists of Lieut. Nayle 17th regt. & Ensign Adamson, of the 63d. with 39 rank and file. Passengers, Mrs. Nayle, 3 wives of the military, and 3 children. Arrived on Tuesday the 14th inst., the bark Merope, 311 tons, Capt. Briggs, from the Mauritius 17th Dec. with a cargo of   sugar and other goods.-Passengers Lieut. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. C. Innes, Master Robison, Mrs. Briggs and servant. Arrived yesterday afternoon, from   Sydney, 7th inst. the Research, Capt. Ogilvie. —Passengers Dr. Sherwin, Mr. Hope, Mr., Babington and 7 others. Sailed on Thursday the l6th instant the   ship Vibilia, Capt. R. Stephenson, with 211 casks oil, 204 bales wool, 49 tons bark, 15 bundles whalebone, 3 piece...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 February 1832

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1832. Arrived on Monday the 20th instant, the bark Wave, Capt. Lister, from the Downs, 16th October, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers,—Mr. Chapman, Mr. Lightfoot, Mr. Cenlis, Messrs. P. Johnson Edward Sinnot, Mutton, Davies, Atkinson, Mr. & Mrs. Webb, Mr. & Mrs. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Tutton, Mr. and Mrs. Speed ; and for Sydney, Mr. and Mrs. Maycock, Mr. Armstrong and child, Mr. Brewer and 2 New Zealanders. Arrived on Thursday the 23rd inst. the brig Argo, 169 tons, Cant. Billing, from Sydney lplh instant, with 2Í)1 barrels pork, 38 pipes Cape wine, 3 cases cheese, 70 logs cedar, and 21 horses. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Brennand, the Rev. Wm. Manton, and John Field. The Mary did not take her final depar- ture for Loudon till Tuesday. Passengers, Dr. King, K.N., Mr. James Wi)hatns, Mrs. Wright end 2?, children, Mr*, ârest, Mrs. Speak, Mr. M'Kenzie, Mr. E. Clark, Joseph Barton. The John Woodhall sailed from London on the 29lh S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 February 1832

, TBC GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : Í1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 40, Colonial T Secretary's Office, Feb. 21,1RS2., Theperjb'd for which Hie undermentioned pel** .oh was transported, expiring at tbe date placed Opposite v hi» name, a Certificate, of hi» Freedom 'may be obtained (hen, or ^at iany subsequent period, noon application to thi» office, .r to that of a Police Magistrate in the inte- rior :. Joseph Gadsby, 90, Lord Melville, 28th inst. By Commnnd of !The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. /^lOYtRÎSMFNT NOTICE, No. 41, Colonial VjT-"! Secretary's Offioe, Feb. «2,1832. Tlie nndcrmentioned appointments have taken place : Mr William Temo(r,'(he rider, to be Chief Dis- trict Confiable for Kangaroo point. Mr. George Green, Division Constable, at the Hollow tree, police district of Bothwell. William Gotheed. 440, Medway*, tobe Javelin Man to the Sheriff, (taking effect from the 8th in«t), vice Gilbert, appointed Upper Turnkey at Hobart town Gaol. , , To be Constables, Edward Wilson, 131...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 February 1832

'WANTED* AMidrile-nged Free Woman a« house «errant, and occasionally to take charge of two or three young children. As liberal, wages will be {¡iveu noue bat those of good character need apply, nquire at the Courier office» _ WAN'l KD to Rent for a terni of years, of 1 otherwise, a small farm, within five miles Of Hobart town. ! W. W. DARKE. A i Land Agent. Liverpool street, Feb. 9. i832> INGHApTS ¿CHILDREN'S LEGHORNS, with Varions other Goods, now opening ai Au ,WAT_CHpB^'S> < " ra nu W&T. I"4-**~"' ' A Substantial Building, well adapted for store* ing grain or other property. Apply to John Walker, esq. Wharf, Feb. 17,18S«. ~" 3 O BE SOLD, By Private Contract. A Maximum Grant of 2560 acres of Land, wn heittdt free from all conditions and restric- tions. 'For-particulars as to tterms of purchase, &c. applyHo Mr. G. Butler, Solicitor, Harrington Street, Hobart town. _ _ FUR SALE, with immediate possession, a most ^eligible TA RM if 1000 acre», abont 1...

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THE NEW COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 February 1832

THE. NEW COLONY, We have already made the reader aware of the intended new colony projected by Colonel Torrens at St. Spencers Gulf. By   the late arrivals we learn that it is about im- mediately to be commenced on a very large and extended stale, sanctioned and promo-   ted by the Government, chiefly for the pur- pose in the first instance of relieving the mo- ther country of a large portion of it distress- ed labouring poor. The colony is to be de nominated " Southern Australia," and Col.   Bacon, of the 10th Hussars has been ap   pointed Governor, with Mr. Richards, whom our readers will recollect in this colony about 3 years ago, and to whom Mrs. Mid wood's late residence on the New town road and other property still we believe belong, has been appointed Colonial Secretary. On the 3rd of August last a proposal was resolved upon at a general meeting of Ihe projectors, who formed themselves into a .company, and laid it before Lord Goderich, d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 February 1832

. F1ANO FORTE. K10R Sale, a mont elegant upright Piano Forte; X by Notting and Co. Also, a Wise's patent Water Closet, to be seen at the stores of JOHN KERR »ntl Co.: , Liverpool street. Hobart town, Ftb. *4, i832. t TO BE LET, A Nest Cottage Furnished or Untarnished,, in« most respectnble burt of the town, corn* prising 4 roomv a large kitchen, with : accom* modation» for servants, a kitchen garden and out- houses. For particulars apply at the office of this paper. ., »-.«.. ? Hobart toWn^ Feb. 23,1832. "^ ¡* v ' LOST,., , A Large black and white fcewfonndlahd Dog, from the residence of Mr. John Montagu, in Macquarie street. A reward of One buinea will be paid to any p-raon who will bring this dog to his master ; but if any one is (bond detaining Mm after this notice he mil be prosecuted,* and a re- ward of Five Guineas is hereby offered to any per. son who will bring such offender to justice. The dog answers to the name of Caesar. .TO IHE PUBLICS Mß»J!. HOWE avails herself of this...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

NEW TOWN MEETING, 1832. ' (Over the New Course, which is one mile and a half and six chains round.) ON Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the l5th, 16th, «nd 17th of March next, Stewards. T. G. Oregion, Esq., and J. M. Muqdocb, Esq. Cletk of the Course. Mr, John Hays. First Day.-The Trial Stakes of S Sovereigns, each for 2 years old, *#ith 40 sovereigns added from the Race Fund ; Colts, 7st, lülbs., Fillies, 7st. ribs.-T. Y. C. one mile. The ToWn Plsjte of SO Sovereigns, for all ages. Heats, twice round.-One Sovereign entrance. Three years olds ............8st. lbs. Four ditto.8st. l2lbs. Five ditter......9»t. 2lbs. Six and aged...«..-...9st. 8lbs. Second day.-Tlie Derwent St. Leger Stakes of 3 Sovereigns each, for 3 years old, wilh 40 Sover- eigns added. Heats once round. Colts .8st. Clbs. Fillies.,8st. 31bs. The Publicans' Porte of 50 Sov». foi 4 years old aud upwards. 2 mile heats-1 Sov. entrance. 4 years old....¿......»lOst. 41bs. odo. do.,.list. Gibs. 6 and aged...........l'-St. 2...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

TAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL n COM.PANY.-A JMeeling of the Proprietors a of Sh ares in this undertaking'lias Held yes- li terday at the Companys house in Broad- ^ It street,' the 'Governor, J. Pearse, Esq. M.P, li intke Chair. ¡ti The fïovernor stated, that since the last c Keeling, late and satisfactory information Bl lind bee» obtained from the Company's agents in Van Diemen's land. The colony »as going on in the most prosperous -man- ner. On .the Company's lands great im- provements were making, «nd the stocks of sheep, horses, cattle, &c. had all increarcd. The Company had now 9,334 sheep, 382 head of cattle, and 97 horses and mares. The increase in the sheep would 'have been much greater, bad not a great loss of lambs occurred, in consequence of ibe bad winter, for which better provision would be made in future. On the Company's lands there were 156 men, 28 women, and 46 children. These would be increased in consequence of the expected arrival out of £0 of the agricul...

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A MOTHER'S ADDRESS To her new born Infant. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

A MOTHER'S ADDRESS Tú her new born Infant. Tender ofTspringV my breast Take, my babe, thy tranquil rest As thou liest, io holy sleep, Angel forms around thee sweep. Angel wings are o'er thee thrown, Angel powers to us unknown, Silently their blessings shed Upon thy helpless infant head. Yoting scion of the Deity, . Created for eternity, For such as thee has Christ declared His Heavenly kingdom is prepared. Pensive, gazing on thy face, Thy dear father's looks I trace, His brow--Ilia cheek-his placid smile Of truth, and candour void of guile. But ope thy eyes, my child and see WLo is bending over thee ; Whose fbnd aims around thee twine Astlio' her life were wrapt in thine. Raise those humid lids-awake The balm of life, my darling, take Life's balm from her-whose hopes and fears Bedew thee with a mother's tears. And see, by strong affection led Thy father comes with cautions tread Again te view his youngest born So fresh-so pure in life's new morn« As nature thrills within his heart T...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

WANTED-Cash for a Bill of Exchange 'on England for LlSO. Any person walling to treat with (the Advertiser will please to state terms. Apply by letter to 6. Y. Courier Office, Hobart-town.;. FOR SALE. NOW landing from the bark "Lady of the Lake", fresh Tea inchests and half chests, apply to A. & T. BETTS $ Co. Wharf. Feb. 22/1832. ___ WANTED to Rent for a term of years, or otherwise, a small Farm, within five miles «I Hobart town. W. W. DARKE, N Land Agent Liverpool streetePeh 9.1832. TO BE LET. ASnbstantial.Boilding, well adapted for store ing grain or ether property. Apply to John Walker, esq. Wliarf.Feh. 17, 18S8."_ TO BE SOLD, By Private Contract. A Maximum Grant of 2Í60 acres of Land, «» located, free from all conditions and restric- tions. For particulars as to terms of purchase, &c. apply to Mr. G. Batter, Solicitor, Harrington street, Hobart town._ FOR SALE, with immediate possession, a most eligible FARM of 1000 acree, about 13 miles from Hobart-town and with...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1832.   There has been no arrival or departure of shipping at Hobart town during the week, with the exception of the Prince Regent from Launceston.   The brig Cornwallis arrived at Launceston on Monday, from Swan river 26th January,   and King George's Sound 11th February Passengers-James Henty, Esq, Mrs. Henty, Mr. Dod, and 17 steerage passengers, men, women and children, servants of Mr. Henty. The supply of provisions which had arrived by the Eagle was most welcome, the flour selling at 8d. per lb, by the bag. Fresh meat was hardly to be obtained at 1s. 10d. per lb. The Egyptian had arrived from England with an Assistant Com. Gen, (Mr. Lewis,) and numerous passengers, the wives and families of mechanics who had come out at the commencement of the settlement. The colony we regret to say was still strug- gling severely. Mr. Henty has left it to settle in this island, and brings a large value of agricultural imple...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

>. TU« «AfcETTEOFTHlS DAY CONTAINS : GOVFfcMENT f'OTTCE, No. 45. Colonial Serreiary's fiffice, Feb 28 1832. '1 he Ticket of Leave which was grunted to Tho- mas Ready. M>, liar! St. \ inreiit, to Sydney, has been cancel! d inconsequence of drunkenness. By command of ' ^Tbc Lieutenant Governor, - - J. BURNETT« ÍGOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 46, Colonial TT Secret« \'s Office, Feb. au, IR.S2. Messrs. Thomas Johnson and V\ iliiam Dutton, have bren appointed District Constable-*, for Ho bart-town. James Atkinson (332) Surrey, and Henry War- den, (917) Georgiana, are appointed both to the Field Police, from the 25th instant. The undermentioned peisons have been dismis- sed fiom the situation of Constat les, for drunken* nos. William Foreman, 220,'Commodore Hayes, Thomas Liddy, (¡4 \ Lord Lyndoch John Berriman, 1606, Stiaibfieldsay. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BUKNEIT. ti OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 47. Colonial I Secrt tary.'s OflW, Feb. 99,183«. A Ticket of Leave has been granted ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 March 1832

TO BE LET, FOR"a short Term,-the House and Grounds in Macquarie' street', now occupied by Mr. Frankland. TO SETTLERS, Recently come info the Colony, and other». FOR Sale by private bargain, (tbe proprietor intending to retire up the country), Sorell Flour Wind Mill, I'ittwater, situ»te in the delight- ful township of (he above name, .»aid near te water carriage. _^k^' Any one desirous of becornir find this a high y eligible t ' capita!. For further' p'a'rtjl office, or of the proprietor^ __i -j r|*SHli tate of I'arm» adve| Mi by Mr. W. Cook, at fl Cook and Sherwin .in Latinee! the 6th of March next, ij'pbs notice. March 2nd, 1832; H J. WILKINSON, Chemist and Druggist, Elizabeth street, HAS received by late arrivals, the following ar- ticles : Indian curry powder Cayenne pepper Sago Fine arrow root Pearl barley Fine new honey Robinson's patent groats Salad oil Mustard, pickles and sauces Vinegar Mustard seed Isinglass Treacle Fine white Jamaica ginger. East India do Cold drawn castor...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

; ' t "GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 51. Colonial Secretary'* Offite, March 6,1832. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct, that the following Abstracts of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditure for the Quarter ending 31st Dec, 1830, and for the Four Quarters of the year 1831, be published for geueral information. By His Excellency's Commaud, JOHN MONTAGU. (The great extent vf then Account* and the encroachment they icould make in our columns oiiige tis io content ourseleis with the inserting of the last quat ter, as follows :) - Statement of the REVENUE of Van Diemen'« Land for the FOURTH QUARTER of 1831. ORDINARY REVENUE. Doty on Spirits imported . . . < * Ditto distilled in the Colony . . . . * On Tobacco imported ..... Ad valorem Duties on the importation of Goods of foreign produce Wharfage ...... Port Charges on the entry and clearance of vessels . Fees on Custom-house Permits on package» of Spirits and Wines landed, on Beat Licenses and on clearances of Colouial...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

SERVANT WANTED. A FREE woman of good character, who came free to the colony, she must understand housework, washing and needlework., Apply at the Chief Justice's. WANTED. A Respectable man of good character, to as sist in a Brewery, and also capable of assisting in the out department of the business, Apply to Mr), Coombs, Tasmanian Brewery, Liverpool-street, Hobart-town. March 7th. 1832. WANTfcD to Rent for a term of years, or otherwise, a small Farm, within five miles ot Hobart town. , W. W. DARgE, Land Agent. Liverpool street, Feb. P, 1832. ? _ WANTED-Cash for a Bill of Exchange on England for Ll50. Any person wishing lo trent with the Advertiser will please to state terms. Apply by letter to G. Y. Courier Office, Hobart-town. BOARD and LODGING, at Mrs. M. John sou's, Kantish Boarding House, Argyle street* TO BE LET, F OR" a short Term,-the House and Grounds in Macquarie street, now occupied by Mr. Frankland. THE sale of Farm» advertised for Public sale by Mr. W. Cook, at the prem...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

The détermination of Hie Home Govern-} sa merit to conduct «lie new colony :xl Swan lie nvrr on t|).- mtw economical.looting, had ar cni«,»«! 'fe-fit! alarm among the settlers, c1 For tltev'had depended mainly upon sin am- ct pie ¿Dxfrnniftit expenditure tor a market for j a such produce as they might obtain from the, m soil. The présent population of that colo- I nv dora not exceed 1500 t>otils, a number j h: Milich it is understood must be very much tr inn cased bpfore a heavy public expenditure la will be sanctioned. Great distress in thej qi meantime exists among a great majority of the settlers, who ha\e Ion}: since expended all their properly, and are of necessity now become dependent on the government for a supply of the necessaries of life. In fact had not Governor Sliding judiciously as sisicd many of the selliers, the greater part would have been in utter dísticos long ago. Many at the sailing of the Cornwallis a month ago were living upon the means thus derived, or upo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

ROSHUN. THIS high caste and powerful gray Arabian will remain at New Norfolk. He was a very celebrated hunter in India, carrying nearly 14 stone besides his saddle. He hunted last sea Sun against the finest horses in the country, Eng- lish and others ; and on one trying occasion his astonishing powers were particularly proved ; he was the only horse out of twenty not knocked up and ill after their extraordinary exertions. His pedigree and history are of the highest cast and description, jet as Aral« have become numerous, the following are the reduced terms. Five Guineas each Mare. Apply to John Eoffey, Groom, and at the Star and Garter or Bush Inn, for direction to bim. Rothwell, February 28, 1832. WHEREAS there are in the custody of the Police here, Sheep, hearing valions brands and ear-marks, and which were supposed to be stolen -, and whereas the person in whose posses- sion they formerly were, has now refused to re- ceive them as his propcily :-Notice is hereby given that they w...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

Cîje Courier. . Il SATURDAY, MARCH 10,1832. 'I ..->»a«w .. ? Arrived on Thursday the Sfh inst. the schooner Harlequin, 71 tons, Capt. Munn, from Sydney, 28th February, with 56 tons coals, 20 barrels rosin, 6' cases hats, 2 casks butter, 238 bushels barley, 1 hhd rum, 100 cheeses and 4 cases beef. Passengers Mr. Norton and Mr, Finn. The Loudon willi goods for this place, which was at the Cape when the Science left that port, is daily expected, also the Liad nay with merchandize from Liverpool. By the Harlequin we have received news from Sydney to the 26th ultimo, but it comprises nothing of importance. An Act of Council (Auno Secundo, No, 4.) fixes the governor's salary at 50001. a vear, that of tin- Chief Justice at 2C00I., ¡lud of each of the Puisne Judges at 1500. The ships Norfolk from Cork, and the Asiavfrom London, had both arrived with male prison ers, hut with no later intelligence than already received at Hobart town. The Lord Rodney had returned to Sydney from the sperm ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 March 1832

TO LET FURNlSHi-D. A NEAT brick built Ccttage at the upper end «if Liverpool street, containing four Rooms, with a large garden and otliT conveniences. Apply at the office of this papen_ ~~~ TO BE LET, TO BE LET,-A nrat weather boarded .Cot- tage, situate at the corner of Macquarie and Barrat k »neets. Apply to Mr Dutton, next door, in Barrack-street. Hohart tow,". Varch 9 1832._ rr\u bul Li.T, i'iiniiiiied or Unfurnished.-Two JL Hounis of a neat Cottage in Murray street. AppU at the Office of this Paper._ MONEY. WANTED ON MORTGAGE. WANTED to borrow L300 for the purpose of erecting a two story house, on a second class allotment in Hohart Town, whereon L200 has already been expended, the whole to be given as seomily for S years, a liberal interest will be given, An early application is requested at the office of Mr. Darke, Surveyor and Land Agent, next door to the Courier Office, Liverpool-street, March 8th, 1833. MILK DISHES. BGUV baa received by the Wave, a large1 . quantity of Ear...

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