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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

WILLIAM the FOURTH, hy th» Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Gieat Bri- tain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, tfc. In the administration to (be will of Alexan- der Buchanan, late of Kangaroo point, in Van Diemen's land, Publicsn, deceased, (o (he next of kin of the said Alexander Buchanan, and to all Chrisdan People. GREETING,- , YOU and each of yon are .hereby cited and warned, that you be and appear in our Su preme Court of Vau Diemen'« land, on the twenty eight day of March instant, at the Court House Hobart Town, at ten of (be cluck ofthe forenoon, then and there to shew cause to this Conrt why administration of the goods, chattels, rights, cre- dits aud effects of the said Alexander Buchanan, deceased, with the will annexed, should not be granted to Margaret buchanan, widow and sole legatee ot the said Alexander Buchanan, or toi ever renounce the administration of ibe goods, chattels, rights, credits and effect- ofthe ssid Alex* Buchansn, deceased, as bath been rep...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

WANTED, IN a Indies' Establishment, m Lady to teaoh Music« Apply at the Printing Office, Liverpool street. MONEY WANTED ON MORTGAGE. WANTED to borrow L 300 for the purpose of erecting a two story boase, on . second class allotment in Hobart Town» whereon L200 has already been expended, the whole to be given as seonrity.for 5 years, a liberal interest will.be giyen, 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, 1832. SÉRVATNTWÑTÉD: ' A F REE woman of good character, who carne fripe to the colony, she must understand' bonwworkv washing anil needlework. - Apply at Hie Chief Justice'». WANTED to Rent for a term of years, or otherwise, a «nail Farm, within five miles 61 Hobart town. W..W. DARKE, Land Agent. Liverpool street, Feb. 0. p.832._ WANTED-Cash for a Bill or Exchange on England tor Ll60. Any person wishing to treat with the Advertiser will please to ¿tafe terms. Apply by letter...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

^e editor otttor Si_äThT African Adverti- ser, in his bamber ¿1 the 4thIhH, thus a^'oiVri-Jés' (Vie ¿&iitítxki¿f tW-Cállege thfiFfttjtr », t i i !__ jil o i i . Of our popular Institutions we consider the Soiilb African College as the first in impor- tance. In that Gyninüsium lit*)» the strength of this Colony. To it we look for the mtiid and the soul, the intelligence» the morals and the piety which aie destined (if ihe Colony be so destined) to elfe Va te the Peo- ple among whom we dwell-and lo whose improveiuent and happiness he have long since detoted ourselves in singleness of heart,-to an honorable rank in the scale of free communities. Let any man look at the one one hundred and sixty youths now training in llie South Aftie.tn College for the career of virtuous patriotism, and say wheth- er it is law ful-whether it is not profane, and a sin Hcmnst the mercies of heaven, to despair of the Settlement ! The numerous other Schools lately es- tablish^«!, ihe Infant Schools...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

'fHB GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 57, Colonial Secretary's Office, March 14, 1832. A ticket of leave has been granted to Edward West, 76, Lady Castlereagh. By Command of the Lieutenant Governor, J.MONTAGU. OVEKMË&T NOTICE, No. 58. Colonia' Secretary's Office, March 14,18S2. Tbeperiods tor which the undermentioned per- sons vteretiansportcd, expiiing at the date placed opposite their names, Celt ¡neates of their Freedom may be obtained then, or at any subsequent peí ¡öd, upon application to this office, Or to that ot a Police Magistrate in the inte- rior: James Simmons, 778, Woodford 1.—14th inst.   Robert Lee, 74, Hibernia-x8th do. £ |obn Kendall, 84, General Smart-l8th do. , Stephen H aromond, 719, Woodford I,- iUth do. William Brown, 879, Medway 2.-do. Sy command of The'Lieutenant Governor, _ ' J. MONTAGU. (1OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. fi9, Colonial T Secretary's Office, March 14,1852.] ' Joseph Charles Hall, F. P. per Bengal Merchant, and I...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

Cíje Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH Ij, U$2. s Arrived on Tuesday the 13th: ¡int. lite ii bark London, SIS tons.Capt, J, Picketing, a from Liverpool 2nd Sept., the Cape ol' Good Hope 14th Jan. with a general cargo c of British goods and wines and other colunia r .produce from the Cape, Passe'nger^-r-Blr.l c «Fleming, Mr. Clark, Mr. Ebden, Mr. Stark, Alexander Clark, George Porter and ! J. Duncan. I Sailed on Tuesday the 13th, the bark Merope, Capt. Brig», for^wai^iver, ««iib an assorted cargo ofprovisjbmi, Ac. for that colony, among which- are ICQ sheep, ' 16 working oxen, 2 horses, I SOO bushels wjbeat, 15 tons potatoes, onions, ¿Vc. Passengers Major Nairne, Mr. George Eagle, Mr. W.T. Stocker. Sailed on Tuesday with goods. See. for Launceston, the bark Research, Cap!. Ogil- vie, also the same day the Elizabeth, Capt. Donal, to load for London. The London on her voyage hither from the Cape fell in with the ship Enchantress, Mjih goods, on the 24tb January, bound for Sydney, having sailed ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 March 1832

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. A General Meeting of the Members will be held at the Court house, on Tuesday, the 20th instant, precisely at half past six o'clock. J. WOOD. March 14,1832. TO LET FURNISHED. A NEAT brick built Cottage at the npper end of Liverpool-street, uow occupied by Mr. Mason. . . COALS. IMPORTED per xchooncr Harlequin, and on sale at the stores of the undersigned, fifty tons Sydney Coals. W. M. ORR. STORE SHEEP WANTED. WANTED to purchase, from 000 to 1,000 Store Sheep, a and 4 teeth lean wethers. Apply to Mr. Gillie*, Goodwood, oear Perth. . March 14. 1832. ON Sale by the undesigned, ex London, 48 Puncheons RUM, of fine flavont, IS to 24 O.P. , 4 hluls. MADEIRA, London particular. A. CROMBIE. WATTLE BAKK. WANTED from 10 to 20 tons of (Jack wattle bark, to be delivered in Hobart Town, goods and gtain atoied at a reasonable rate. JOHN KERR, 4" Co. Liverpool-street, March 10th. lö3?. TÏ5TW5E IF JOSEPH GLEGSON, or MUCKLE, will   call upon Mr. Thomas Norris, wat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

WANTBD,-As House Servant and occasion- ally to work in a garden, a middle aged,, sbeady, industrious man, holding a ticket of leave, liberal wages will be given i bat mtguesliwaHe testimonial» must be produced as to chancier and general habits. Application to be nude person .ally to Mr. Lindley, New Norfolk._ StORE SHEEP WANTED. ANTED to pnrobase, fr»m «SOO to 1,000 Store Sheep, t and 4 tetth lean wethers, iy to Mr. Gillies, Goodwood, «bar Perth, [arch U. 183«. w - -**< -JWAOPTLJÊ BAB'S.. WANTED from 1Q to »toni of bUck wattie ?bark, to be -delivered in Hobart Town, woods and nain stofed at a reasonable rate. . « ' t JOHN KERR, te Co. V »Xiverpool-Btreet, ? > f, Mardi Iflth, 103... Ç_ WANTED, IN a Ladies' Establishment, a Lady to teach Music. Apply at the Printing Office, Liverpool street. MONEY WANTED ON MORTGAGE. WANTED to borrow L 300 for the purpose "of erecting a two story house, on a second class allotment in Hobart Town, whereon L200 has already been expended, t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

WHEREAS the undersigned has for some time past, been pa\ ing several small ac counts, on account ofthe late Mr. James Byrne, and has every reason (o believe (hat some ot them are unjust debts. Now the undersigned stiictly puts such gentlemen on their guard, as there are some of them particularly maiked, and such persons pretending to lia ve such claims without sufficient proof, will be prosecuted with, the utmost rigour of the law. WILLIAM HOBBS. Hollow tree, March 15, 1832. THE undersigned hereby cautions all settlers and others, against employing George Watson, (free by servitude) he having neglected to fulfil a written contract entered into for certain work to be done at Woodbury. If the said George Watson does not return immediately and complete his contract, he will be prosecuted with the ut- most rigour of the law. ROBERT HARRISON. Woodbury, March 8,183s. TO BE LET, With immediate possession, A Farm situate within 3 miles of the township of Richmond, consisting of. Í00O acres ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

p** The late publication in the Gazette of the t Government accounts, affords a desirable < text for -statistical inquiry. Statistics are in t fact in all countries, but especially, in a r new colony like (his, a highly useful and I Erofitable subject of investigation, and i aving in our recent numbers used our best ; endeavour to keep the reader informed of I the passing events of the world at large, we may be indulged with a short space to the no less necessary duty of looking into ourselves, and examining the leading, though ever changing features of our own condition. If only with the view of ascer- taining Ihe propriety or impropriety of the lately promulgated land regulations, the inquiry will not be without its use, or un- deserving of the careful perusal of every iuhabitant of the colony, but especially of the authorities to whose bauds its political Welfare is intrusted. The total population' of Van Diemen's land, amounts at the present time to 28,000 souls. Now ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No.61, Colonial     Secrelary's Office, March 21,1832.   The object of the Government Notice of the   16th.February, No. 37, relative to the free women tin expected Iront BOghifd, not appearing t»> ti«; gene- de rally understaod, The Lientenaot Governor has tei directed it to be notified, that no information on having as yet been received ns lu the teints uitdcr which the Femnlt-s will be sent out, those persons pi who may be desirous of having then service«, are ali only required t» state what ung« s thee me pre pa- li, red to give, leaving the airangemen( for p»viug a su moU-iy of the expenee ot their p .ssage to be sealed by the Go«.en mrnt with (he w» men. Ey command of (he Lient, nant Governor, J. MONTAGU. Governmment Notice Colonial       Secretary's Office, March *2t, 1832. Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un &nbs...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

The Courier. SATURDAY. MARCH 24,1832.     Arrived on Thursday tbe 22d inst, the   transport ship Gilmore, 500 tons, Capt,   James Berry, from London 27th Nov. with 220 male prisoners. The guard consists of 38 rank and file of the 4lh and 63d regts, under the command of Capt. Campbell, of   the 4th and Ensign Jerritt, also 3 women and 4 children. Arrived on -saturday the 17th the- bark Clarence, Capt. Lindsay, from her whaling voyage and New -Zealand 24th February, with 60 tons of sperm oil. Arrived on Tuesday the 20lb inst. the Government cutter Charlotte, Capt. Jackson, from Launceston ami Great island. The John had arrived safe at London from this port on the 20th of Nov. The Gilmore spoke the Royal Admiral in lat. 40 S, lou«. 66 E. on the 24th Feb. which last vessel had spoken the Forth bound to Launceston. Sailed on Sunday the Woodall for Sydney, no passengers ; and on the same day the schooner Harlequin for the sa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 March 1832

WANTED, I A Young Man as Clerk. One that would de- vote the afternoon of every day would lie sufnVient. Apply by letter oiily to A. Z. Courier office. TO BE LET, TWO or 3 Rooms suitable for an office or pri- vate dwelling within lOOiyard» of Welling ton bridge. -Apply at tilt office of this paper. fJTtHE undersigned retiring from Retail business, JL requests ide attention of his country friend« to the liquidation, or immediate arrangement of Ids claims upon them. " " '". J. C »TRACEY. March 20th. 1832,_ JB. MANNINGTON be«» leave to inform . his friends and the public, that the price of flour is la'tsed to Is. per cwt. the prices are is follows, Fine flour l61, a ton, or 17s. per cwt. Second« do, lal. do. lCg. do. llobait Town, March 24, 1832. MR. WM. KIMBERLEY begs leave to in- form the public, that he has for sale at his house the undermentioned goods, for which he will take wheat, oats, or barley, and fat stock. Sugar by the ton, half ton, bag or pound.   &nbs...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

,Tte lately..l«^»H W-JfN«r^» \± ?nnounrinrj ni ^e^fjiiye- [terms, ,1 ,^e abolition Tl of.grantsjofjland.the public sale by; auction cl| afUbe minimum upset-price-, of>5». per- nore, Ec hndof-ihe definite exaction ol'the quit-rents, a | coupled with schemes of forced emigration, of bas set the whoje colony .tn that degree, j wt more or less on the. study nf political econo J t\s my. That the projectors of'these measures gave tlie subject some attention, is a matter of course, but that they fully comprehended it, so as to arrive at sound conclusions,, is not so evident. When we see such eminent men as Mr. Malthus, Mr. Macculloch, Mr. Ricardo, Mr. Mills, Mr; Senior, Mr. Gray, Mr. Sadler, Mr.. Godwin, not only conflictory, but occasionally recanting, or overthrown in their opinions, we may reason- ably conclude that it is very possible that statesmen; whose attention is mainly devoted to a different channel, and whose views are constantly turned to the subject of revenue, rather than...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

tHe CourIer. SATURDAY, MARCH 31,1832. ¦ ?»»B^<' ¦ The Government vessel Adelaide, arrived on Wednesday front Macquarie harbour, with.a quantity of Huon pitie limber and a boat.?Passengers the Rev. Mr. Schofield and Mrs. Schofield. .JVIr. Hogan, of the Com- missariat, bringa up-Cockshot and his com- panion fur trial, accused of the late murder at the settlement. -^ .; Sailed this morning H. M.S. Sulphur, Capt. Dance, for Swan river, willi 50 tons of flour, lUOOlbs of tea, 6 lons potatoes, 100 bushels wheat, 100 do. oats, 100 do. barley, 1000 onions, and 100 casks Irish salt pork, for the use of the sej'ilemetit?besides a large supply of articles of .colonial produce for the ¦hip's use, to last for six months. The Gilmore spoke the.Royal Admiral with male prisoners, off the island of Am sterdam. Resides the Forth from, Liverpool, the ships Persian, Craigievar and Socrates, ail with merchant goods, may be daily expect td at Launceston; direct from England. The Socrates belon...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

COMMISSARIAT OFFICU, 'Hobart town, March 22,1832. TENDERS wi l^be. received at this office until Thnrsdny. the 5 th of April next; for repair- ing thc Watch houses in Hobart town. -¦; ¦ All particulars may (ic hud on application at the oflice of the Civil Engineer, *f j The usual security for thc due performance of the contract to be entered into will be required. A. MOODIE, A.CG. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart town, March 23, 1833. MILITARY SERVICK, HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor having directed sundry repairs to be made at the Military barracks, pi-r-ons willing to con tract for the perfoimance of the same will trans- mit their tenders to this office by 12 o'clock of Wednesday, the 41 h day of April next. Bach fernier must be accompanied by a letter from some person of responsibility, engaging to join with the Contractor in a bond tor the due ful- filment of ihe contract. Further particulars may be known ou applica- tion at the office of the Civil Engineer. A. MOO Dim, A.C.G....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

.'Wt "" Gazette of lins day contains : tl OVERNMENt NOTICE, No. 68, Colonial "C Secretary'* Office,'March $7,1832. The Lieutenant Governor has directed the publication.«r Ow Government Order of the 17th Jane.H3>, , No. 6, and I II is Excellency lmpes that ' no inhabitant will pievent tl* due operation by en jragittg the services of any labourer, ¦ Biecbanic or other convict Who niay be shjpioved in the Public Werk*. Hi* Excellency most especially enjoins all Offi- cers, Superintendents and others employed under .the Government, to co-operate in giving full effect to Uris Or der, By His Excellency's Command, J. MONTAGU. ITlOVBRNMENT, ORDER,No. 6-Colontal '-. l£w Secretary's .Office, March 17, 1830. The general gopd state of health of the convicts in chain, gang'", being doubtless attributable to ; the wept bf .means to procure ardent spirits, or ' exchange rtbp^ rations provided for them by the goven.menf for lesa nourishing food, and to their being compelled to rest when not empl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

; WANTED, - A Flee Young Man as Clerk. One that would de- vote the afternoon \of every-'day wnuld be sufficient. Apply by letter only to A. Z. Courier Office. ?-- r .??; TO BE LET FURNISH ED. WO ural rooms at the top of Livevpool street. . Inquire at this office. »l T TQ BE LET, FQfi a short Term,?tlie House and Grounds iu . Macquarie street, now occupied by Mr. Frankland. TO-LET-FURNISHED. ? A NEAT brick built Cottage at the upper end »f Liverpool street, now occupied by Mr, Mason. MR« WELL'S .Offices will iu future be athis residence iu Davey-slreet, formerly the Survey Office. . , March 2-itb, 18S2. COALS. IMPORTED per schooner Harleqnio, and on sale at. the stares of the undersigned, fifty tons Sydney Coals. * W. M. ORR. TO BE LET FOR ANY TEKM, A Commodious Family dwelling House in Macquarie street, opposite the residence of Capt. Neilley, consisting of Vi apartment* and an extensive "cellar, with an ucre and a half of ground.substantially fenced in. ' Apply to Mr. B tiley, buil...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 March 1832

MIMOSA BARK. "ANTED immediately, 20 tons black Wat- tle .Bark, to be delivered on board the Science, fdr which cash will be paid on'dellvery, wApply to W. WILSON, Agent. March 28tb, 1832. WANTED,?Aa House Servant and occasion- ally to Work in a garden, a middle agedv 'Steady, industrious man, holding a ticket of leave, liberal waues will be Riven; but vnqwslUnable testimonials must be produced as to character end general habits. Application to be made person ?filly to Mr. Lindley, New Norfolk. ,_¦ STORE SHEEP WANTED. WANTED to purohase, from 500 to 1,000 Store Sheep. 2 and' 4 teeth lean vrethers. Apply to Mr. Gillies, doodwJ/on*^n««" Perth";'''""'" March 14. 1634. .,? ? .,;' ..,,.. WANTED, ~~ , IN a Ladies' Establishment, a Lady to teach Music. / Apply at the Printing Office, Liverpool street. MQNEY WANTED ON MORTGAGE. WANTED to borrow L 300 for the purpose bf erecting a two story bouse, on a second clans allotment in Hobart'Town, whereon L200 bas already, been expended, the whola t...

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

FIVE POUNi>9 SRWARP. WHEREAS a quantity »f Potato*-* have been stolen from an allotment situated in Church street, belonging to the- aodersigncd. Tho above - it-ward oY Five Pound* wilt be/paid on the convic- tion of the person or (craon** i'/. i ' \ Aprils, 4882. £\-^\;. '¦.v'," ' .'¦?""¦-' ^:-;m,--,,,;, ¦;;, . ¦ ¦ BOAT to be had at a moment's notice to any part of the Country or island. Apply to Mr, Dewdell, Collins street, or. to Stephen Butt, Coi ¦':l&>t^lteet..:.'-?.:?," :.-'>jj.:/":^;"' ?' ;v'v i>^'W;6.^ft^ureW*t»;to.b«fcad. .^V, ¦'MpirrR^te'JG^^ *arficr\tar» apply ai tll« nffico ol tliis paper. A'prilfr lji88; ' ¦."¦ ¦, ~f, , .- " . MIMOSA BARK. WANTED immediately, 20 loos black Wat- tle Bark, to he-delivered on board the Science, for which cain will be' paid oo delivery, ? .-Apply lo W. WILSON, Agcat. March 28th, 1832. ^ ~ TO BE LET, """""' FOR a short'Term,?the House and Grounds in Macquarie afreet, now occupied by Mr. - frankland. TO BE LET FOR ANY ...

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THE LANDED INTEREST. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 April 1832

The Landed Interest (From a Correspondent)   .T'.-.'.iTK?S'.atjrj^taintowhicba'iariie ptoportioa .of the; sellers' in this colony are- occasion ;'.p^*.-,'i«-?f-»;rivi-y;;fvohi the j»reat expense and un1 ,^"iVeei! dimVulties attetidaut oii the improve! "ft ?tikoY'tlii'ir tttfnis, have tor a long time oc ¦ouj'.ivd'the attention of the individual wh6 'iiovv «iriyiileuses iheni' with a yi^w to geuetal .t.e'tetV' : In too niany instances have we seen ibat the distressed proprietor, > to avoid a Hirittter evil in the summary process of tbe law, hub had' recourse either to expensive ' «ils't-ribrits,:cir the temporary accommodation cft'orded by usurious money lenders upon hiortcage?lenders, some of whom it is nof Um nun h to say, are occasionally quite as well pleased th»t the mortgage is not duly rem-emeri, in order thal they may have tLeteb) the more easy opportunity of ac- quiring tbe full possession of the estate by i foreclosure <>r a Sheriff** sale» As a...

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