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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

MR. JOSHUA FERGUSSON hereby lotorms all Pcrfons (tending indebted to bimi ei- ther by Notes of Hand or Book Debts, that unlefa they do come forward and fettle the fame gn or before the lil; of July next, an AppHca. lion will ofNeceflity be immediately made to the Civil Court of Jurifdiftion againftall who fail therein, without exception*_ NOTICE.-WHEREAS the Farms of the following Persons, of One Hundred Acres each, situate at New Town, namely, William Nicholls and Henry Hayes,, granted to them by the late Governor KING, are trespassed up-   on by driving Stock on them; and taking Tim- ber therefrom. The Underfigned hereby No tifies to all concerned, that it any Trespasses are committed after this Date they will be prosecu- ted as the Law directs. June 17, 1820.] AHTHY.FENN KEMP PAOVOÍT MARSHAL'S Oi»tcl June 17th, t8ao, * M'Dónald v* Perry. ÍWill Caufe to be Put up and Sold by pu{,; lie Auction, on.the Premifes of the De! fendant at Pitt Water, on Wedneiday the 28th Inf...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. FRYETT. At Kangaroo Point, on Wednesday next, the 21 Instant, at 12 o'Clock precisely (by Order of the Administrators to the Estate and Effects of the late ROBERT NASH, deceased),   THIRTY-THREE Head of HORNED CATTLE ; viz,-14 Cows, 10 Steers, 7 Heifers, and 2 Calves. - ALSO, Three Pair of WORKING BULLOCKS, named Boxer, Fogo, Grimes, Downs, Buff, and Redman :- being Part of the Stock of Deceased, advertised for Sale on the 29th April and 6th May last now only collected. - LIKEWISE, a broad- wheel Cart, a Conversation Car with Harness complete, a Plough, and a Pair of Drag Har- rows, 25 Hurdles, 4 Yokes and 4 Bows, 4 Chains, 5 Water Casks, and a Water Sledge, - Prompt Payment in Sterling Money. The Cattle will be Put up in Lots, to suit     Purchasers and Convenience of Delivery. WILL Sail direct for Liverpool early in the Month of September next* the fine faft« failing Brig ROBERT QUAYLE.-For Paí faga apply to Captain Le...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN; Saturday, June 10th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 10th, 1820. ALL Carts and Carriages are prohibited from passing along the New Road com- menced and now in progress to the Coal River and Pitt Water, until further Notice;   such Passage being injurious to the Works at this Season, and causing Obstructions   to the Gangs thereon employed. June 17th, 1820. JOHN JONES is appointed a Constable for the District of Herdsman's Cove, vice     POTTERTON dismissed. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. ACTING ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 16th June, 1820. WANTED, an active, intelligent Person, as a Superintendant in the Public Works. - For further Particulars Application to   be made at this Office. - Also, a Quantity   of strong Country Shoes. By Order of the Lieutenant Governor, T. BELL, Major, Acting Engineer.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

inrToNO* the L,EUTE»A«T «Jovi.no» tis thought proper lo direfct. »hit all Public Commumcal.ons Mau« »//'"'£; IT HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER,îxSwAm\h any Oftc.al S.gnaiur*. are to beconfitlertdas Official Communications made lo thofe Perfons to whom they ¿nay relate. ' . ii r »"...". üwj*if (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),_H. E» Ro B « N s o N , Stçretaryï

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDURS. GoriRNMENT HOÜSÄ, HOBART Tow,N, Saturday, Juna 17th* 1320, HIS ExcifcLKNCY the GOVERNOR ia CHIEF having baeo pleafed, by Govern rcent and General Order, bearing Date 15th April !«ft» to alter and reduce the Rate» of Charge for ffie(pníi and Damage, ta levied bj the feveral Pound-keeper* in the Territory ot Newr South Walai ; it is hereby ordered, "*h»t *he following Scab of Pound Rates for Traf país and Damlge,« fixed by H is EXCELLS Ñ« «y under the faid Order, mall be from the prafent Dite io Força in the Settlements ia Van Diemcn'i Land : For Horfei per Head per Day . 1*. 13 /"From t to 10 . . » 6d. per Day. .2 « } From 11 to 20 . ,. « 4a» S* 1 From 21 ia 50 . ¿ . 3d. ü ^v. For ç i and up warda . 2d< j w f From 1 to 20 . >. « 2d* pir Day.i From 21 to $0 . . . i|d; From 51 to too ? , id. j LvFor 101 and upwards. fd. I ¿wine per Head . . « « is. per Diy. Sucking Pigs ,. . , , 4 6d* But in no Inflance whatever, íheli any Charge for Poundage bed...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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TWENTY FIVE POUNDS REWARD. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, June 20th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

TWENTY FIVE POUNDS REWARD, POLICE OFFICE HOBART TOWN, June 20th, 1820. WHEREAS the Dwelling House of Mr. THOMAS SALMON, near Humphrey's River was broken into on the Evening of Sun- day last by Three Men (two of them with their Faces blacked), who robbed the House of several Articles and made off, and all at present at large ; a Reward of Twenty-five Pounds is hereby offered to any Person who will give such Information as will lead lo the Apprehension and Conviction of the Offenders : -And any Convict, who may be the Means of their detection, will in addition to the above Reward entitle himself to Consideration for Favor and Indulgence. By Order of A.W. H: HUMFHREY, Superintendant of Police, WM ENGLISH , Clerk.       ACTING ENOiNSffc'a Ornea?, 23d June, 1820/ AN Opportunity offering by «he Govern« ment Colonial Brig Pftocefa Charlotte, Settlers and othera who have Wool to difpofo of, are requefted to fend it tolhe Lumber Yarri before Wednefday n...

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Memoir on the best Regimen for Sheep, continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

Memoir on the befi Regimen for Sheep, continued. 11 all the íheep ot she flock, ihe more vigor cul outdo Ihe weaker in the fields, and crop the bell gra/s* or drive them from the rack, greedily engroffing the fodder io themfelvea. Thus, 1hofo fheep already enfeebled with a bad conftitution, or ihe feeds of lorne diftemper, languifh in want of proviOon ; they daily do- tty* ihiy lofo their wool, and fûon exhibit fymptoms of many difeafes, snd chiefly of that called ihe rot. All tbefe evils might be pre- vented, by giviog a daily fupply 0} food to the íheep in want of it« Thefe may be known at night by ihe Rate of ihe belly, which will be found not io much, f welled as it ought toi bo; butihis is a doubtful and precarious figrJ when only a imall quantity has been wanting in ihe day: Even fuch trifling deficiency, however, is iumeiertt to diminiíh the quantity of milk io ewes, and to flint 'the growth 6| lambs« It is extremely hurtful when it occur s rapeatedly ; and may be almöft alwa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

CiAUTlON.- In Coníequénca of feveral ' Períoos having lately been in the habit of illegally removing and ia king- away from a certain Stone Qulrry upon a Farm known by the Name of THOMAS RasTALL CROWOIS'I Farm, fitutte on ihe Weil Side of the Town Rivulet, near the Road leading to Cafcade, 1 hereby give Notlcoithlt all fuchorany Other Trafp»iles committed on the fiid Quarry or Farm will be profecuted with every,Rigor of the Law ; of which all Perfonsare required io takaefpeciil Notice, DAVID IVTKAT. CAUTION.-The Public are hereby cau- tioned not to give Credit to my Wife, MARC»ET BIOWN, as I will not hold myfeli refpoofible for anv Debts (he may contract on my Account« JAMII BROWN, BitckfuiUb. A£liñg Engineer's Office, 16th Jina, 1320«* WANTED, an aftive, intelligent Peifon> as a Superintendant in the Public Works. -For further Particulars, Application to be made at this Office.-ALSO, a Quantity 0( Strong Country Shoes. By Order of the Lieutenant Gevornor, _T. BBLL, Major, Acting...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A, SHIP NEWS.-On Thurs day arrived from Sydney, via Port Dalrymple, His Ma-   jesty's colonial brig Princess Charlotte, Mr. Devine, Commander, with 41 female prisoners, 27 having been landed at the, other Settlement. She will, it is expected, sail for Sydney about the latter end of next week.   Remain in the harbour and river, His Majesty's brigs Prince Leopold and   Princess Charlotte; the ships Prince Regent   and Regalia; and the brigs Robert Quayle,   Active, Jupiter, and Sophia.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, June 24th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Home, Hobart I own, Saturday, June 24th, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR         has been pleased to nominate and appoint Mr. WILLIAM BUNSTER and Mr. DAVID LORD to be Members of the Lieutenant   Governor's Court of Civil Judicature, to be assembled at Hobart Town, on Saturday the First of July next ensueing. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. AN Arrangement being made for the present Accommodation of the Inhabitants and   Settlers in the New Church; Information, as to the Appropriation of Seats, may be obtained upon Application to the Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, Resident Colonial Chaplain, any Day next Week, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Hobart Town, June 24th, 1820. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 22d June, 1820 LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of MEAT will be received into His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land. AT HOBART TOWN. ..... lbs. June 29 - Edward Lord Esq. 9000 July 6—Edward Lord, Esq. 9000 13—T. W. Birch, Esq. 9000 20—Colonel Davey 9000 27—James Lord 3000 Mr. David Lord 1000 Mr« Lascelles 1000 Bernard Walford and Son 500 Thomas Wells 2000 Mrs. M'Carty 1500 Aug. 3—R. W. Loane, Esq. 6000 Mr. T. R. Fryett 3000 10—James Gordon, Esq. 5000 Thomas Peters 2000 Augustus Morris 2000 17—Joseph Wright 500 Edward Miller 1500 Bartholomew Reardon 3800 A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. 2000 Andrew Whitehead 15...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 June 1820

The female prisoners per the Princess Char- lotte were landed yesterday morning, and after- wards assigned to the service of the inhabitants and settlers. They were landed generally healthy, especially considering their long voy- age. By the arrival of His Majesty's brig Princess Charlotte, we learn that the ship Actaeon, Capt. Mackey, was to have sailed from Sydney for this port on the 25th ult.; and as it was known that the Princess Charlotte would not come to Hobart Town direct, the Sydney Gazettes may be expected daily by that vessel's arrival.   A young female Hyena Opossum was yester- day brought into the LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR ; having been taken by a Government   stock-keeper near Mount Wellington. It is the first of the species that is known to have been taken alive. BIRTH.-Yesterday morning, Mrs. RAINE, wife of Mr. JOHN RAINE, of the ship Regalia, of a daughter. Married, on Saturday last, by the Rev, R. KNOPWOOD, M. A., Mr. NATH. ELLIOTT to Miss L....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

íf^THOÑoR the LIBÜTBNANT GOVBRNOH has thought proper lo direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the^ jiOBARt 70WN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned With any Official Signature, are to be eonfidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. U 1? 1>~ "..,."" C-^M*#/»»ft/ (Bx COMMAND OP HIS HONOR), H. E» ROB I NSQN, Secretary,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

TWENTY FIVE POUNDS REWARD* ! POLICI Ornci, HOSAKT TOWN, June 2oth,' 1-826. WHEREAS Ihe Dwelling H ou fe oí Mr. THOMAS. SALMQM* near Humphrey's River, wes broken into on the Evening of Sun» day Uft by'Three Men (twooNhera with their Face a blacked), who robbed 1he H ou fe cf feveral Articles and mads ofF* and ara at pre« feot at large; a- .Reward of Twsntyfíve, Pounds is hereby offered to any Pc/ion who will give fuch Information as will lead to the Appreheofionand Conviclion of vthe OrTendcrs : -.And any Conviä who may be the Means of their Detecliou, will ia addition to'the above Reward obtain Consideration for Favor and Indulgence» By Order of A. W. H.HUMPHISY, Efq; Superintendant of Police«' _Wai, EN 01 iSH, Clerks1 HE Undcrfigned will feel obligeTfto any Inhabitant holding, his written Promiííory Motea to fend them in for Immediate Payment». 'as he intends io futura not! to ¡flue any more íuch Notos, but to give out printed ones, '_' JOH y PITCH BY, Gaoler»' W'TKAYtSD, trom the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

' Sydney Gazettes to -the 13th ult. hive beet. received by way of Port Dalrymple; from whick we taara that4ho Túfese* whaler, ol London, belonging toHhe hoQfe of Birnie and Co. arrived from the lile of France on ihe 27th April, with merchandize. She waa brought into Port Jackton by the Chief Officer, Mr. Rollo, who took command of her in confequenca of the death of her previous Commander, Capt. Cole* man, who was unhappily killed hy a ft roka from a whale lorne mort time before the veiTel arrived at the Mauritius ; which circumftance has already been noticed in our papers The Tul* can brings n0 further intelligence 1han what we have lately anticipated by the arrival o the Actaeon from that Uland. The (hips Sea Bower and.Actaeon, which failed from this port the 24th April, ware only 6 days going up, h s vi og arrived on the 30th. The ihips Marquis of Hellings, Claudine, and Mary, and 1ha brig Haldane, had failed for India, Dr. Creagh, R K. Sorgeon Superintcndsnt of the Janus female c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

SALES BY AUCTION, - BY MR, FSYBTT, At his Houfe ia Bathurit-ftreet, on Tuefday and Thurfday next, ¡*be 4th and ólh Inß, at 12 o'Cloclc on each Dsy precifely, ^ A Quantity of TiVWare, Glafa Ware, Iron, Mahogany» and other ufeful Articles, (fcf Mr. F. begs fro acquaint the Public, «that there will be an A o eli on at his Rooms every ' Thurfday i until further Notice* BY Ma, FYY«TT, At the Hollow-tree Farm, on Friday next, ^he 7th Inftant, at ízo'Cleck (by Virtue oft Diftrefs for Rent Arrears), FOUR Acres of Growing Wheatc and a coo fid« fable Number of Split Logs for Feo* cing, unlefs the ferns be previoufly redeemed from fuch Diftrefs. W ILL Sail for ENGLANDdirea by the 1ft September next, the BRIG ROBERT QUAYLE.-For Freight or Paflage apply to Mr, JOHN RAINE, in M acquarie-ff reet O N SALB, at the Stores of Kemp and .Co» a Quantity of Virginia and Mary- land TOBACCO; BAR IRON, and a few Calks of NAILS. WHLREAS the Farms formerly belonging to the following Perfons, of 100 Acres each,...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWON, Saturday, July 1st, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 1st, 1820. THE OFFICERS at the Head of the several Pub- lic Departments are hereby required to furn- ish to this Office, on or before the 10th Instant, in Duplicate, the usual Official Reports and Re- turns for the Quarter ending 30th June, for HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S         approval, preparatory to their being forward- ed to HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF at Head Quarters.       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 — 1 July 1820

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. Early to-morrow morning, His Ma- jesty's colonial brig Princess Charlotte will sail for Port Jackson. On Sunday se'enight, between six and seven   o'clock in the evening, a daring robbery was perpetrated at the farm of Mr. THOMAS SAL- MON, near Humphrey's River, by three desper- ate ruffians, two with their faces blacked. Mr. S. was not however at home at the time it oc- curred ; but it appears that his wife, two sons, and three servants were. The thieves first     commenced the attack by rushing into the kit- chen, and immediately knocking down two out of the three servant men who were therein seat-   ed, when the other man with one of the boys luckily made his escape out of the house, and ran off to procure assistance from some of the neighbours, leaving four helpless persons solely   to the discretion of the villains, Mrs. S. with her other little boy ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 1st July, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   Saturday, 1st July, 1820. IT being intended, that the Distribution of the Merino Rams shall take Place on Satur- day the 15th Instant ; all Sheep Owners who are to receive any of the Rams are requested to apply at this Office on or before the 12th In- stant, where the Appropriation of each may be seen, and where Securities for the Payment in conformity to the Arrangement made known on the 22d Instant are to be lodged prior to the Day of Distribution. The Place and Hour of Distribution will at the same Time be made known at this Office.   INHABITANTS and Settlers who have now or at any Time received assigned Female Servants, are desired on no Account to suffer them to quit their Service without immediate Notice to the Police, or District Constable ; and it is to be clearly understood, that should any assigned Female Servant be allowed to absent herself from her Place without due Notice and Report ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 1st, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 July 1820

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 1st, 1820. MR. JOHN LAKELAND, Assistant under   the Acting Engineer, and Superintendant on the Establishment, is appointed to act   as Principal Superintendant of Convicts,       and is to be obeyed accordingly. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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