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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

inTHowo* the LI*UT'Ä*AKT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, thatfall Public Communications whic^ may appear in.the HOBART 7OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTERiCxgntdrnMi any Official Signature, are to he confidered as Official Communications made lo thofe Ferions to whom lhey may relatée .. _ N « - . VUU»»"""V""'--- -"---- "-J - J (By COMMAND OP His HONOR), H. E. Roa I K SO M, Secretary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

w Aâing Engineer's Office, 30th June« 1820. 7 ANTED, for the Government at Sydney, f * Ü«'ntity of Coarfe Wool.- Settlers who bave Wool to difpofe of, hy spplyieg at the Lumber Yard, will receive Bfd Ticks to psck it into ; and the Wool will be paid for on Delivery, atrthe Lumbar Yard, Hobart Town. j-A Leo, Two Ton of Iron, Broad & Square, Tenders lo he lent into this Office by Monday. OAUliON,-All Perlons are hereby eau ^ tioned again ft trefpaiYing in any Mannar on my Farm, containing 400 Acres, fituete at the Green Water Ponds, on the Roadlo Pori Dalrymple, and bounded by Mr« MARTIN TI MI'S Farm, as .any Treípiííeii after this Notice will be dealt with according TO Law, , THOMAS RANSOM. CAUTION.-All Pericoe ara hereby eau* s tioned sgainfttrefptffiog in any Mannet on my Farm, containing 500 Acres, situate at the Green. Water Ponds, on -ina Road to Port Dalrymple, and bounded by Mr. THOMAS RANSOME Farm» aa any Traf paffere after ihli Notice will be dealt with according ter...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

' The diftribution of the Menno Hams, which the corífiderátion of the Supreme Government käs afforded to. the fhèep.owners of Van Die. srien*s Land, oh terms free from rifle, and acceffi We to all,1 'being now at hand, we ire anxious to'offer a few remarks upon án undertaking To intimately connected wfith'tue improvement di colonial property and the profperity of thele Settlements ; and Ve trott that our endeavours to, inculcate the neceffity of diligent attention and ¿erfeverance onfcho part of slltuVetfhódevotc] their efFotts to the improvement of their breed of (beep," may net "be wholly ûfelefi. * J The feparaùon of the flocks/the feleflion of tho bell ewes, and the immédiate and total ex. clufion of all the prefent rams, ara daps iodif pcnfable to the beginning, of improvement ; and confiant attention to prevent intermixture with flocks of inferior bread, muft be án-objeel always in view. In Ihia country the range of gracing ground, which hVdifpofeablc at the, hands of Govern« ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate- Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Want of room obliges us to defer the   continuation of the "Memoir on the best   regimen for sheep" to a future Gazette. SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson, His Majesty's colonial brig Princess Charlotte, Mr. Devine, Commander; having on board a quantity     of oil and wool for Government. She takes up two prisoners for trial at the Criminal     Court for sheep-stealing, and others for Newcastle. - Passenger, Mr. R. Howe.

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AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. NOTICE.—In Consequence of the late un- favourable State of the Weather, the sev- eral Reports of the Members of the Com- mittee of this Society not having been re- ceived, the final Annual Report could not be made this Day; It was resolved, That this Meeting be adjourned till Monday     the 17th Day of this present Month, for the Purpose of receiving the final Report. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, Clerk, Secretary. JAMES GORDON, Secretary.         Hobart Town, July 8th, 1820.    

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

Sales by Auction, BY MR. FRYETT, At his Auction Room, on Tuesday next; the 11th instant, at 12 o'Clock, AN elegant Fowling Piece, ,a patent Shot Belt, Powder Flask, and Case complete; a beautiful Rifle Mahogany Case with spare   Lock, &c. &c.; also, a Set of Gig Harness, fine Straw Bonnets, Shoemakers' Hemp,   and a Variety of other useful Articles well worthy the Attention of the Public. The Conditions will be made known at   the Commencement of the Sale. BY MR. LEWIS,   At his Auction Room, on Wednesday next, the 12th lnstant, at 12 o'Clock, NEW Tower Muskets, Musket Flints, a few   Cases of Gunpowder, half Hides of Sole Leather, Yellow Ochre, Verdigris, Glue, Rosin, Putty, patent Green, Paint in jars, Window Glass 12 by 10, 9 by 8, 14 by 8, and 9 by 7, Slates in Frames, Foolscap Pa- per, Sheep Shears, Knives and Forks, Corks, Gouges, Files, Chíssels, Augera, Hammers, Gimblets, Bricklayers and Plaster...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

By accoonta from Port Dalrymple, we lei m thatch« only one remaining at large of the run. away convicta from George Town, Heclor M'Donald, waa killo'd on tha 21ft ult. It appeara that h¿ called at the hut occupied by two Government fa wy era, at the pita about 5 miles from. George Town, in the evening oí the Î20th, and compelled them with many threats to fupply iiim with food ; that, after watching them with his,piece cocked the w|i6le night, und repeatedly Rating bia intention, to dtfpatcb them, in the morning hi required them to pack np their provifions, and accompany him to Mount Direction1 j that upon their .attempting to efcape, he '¿napped his piece at them, which spiffed fire, when one of the fawyers felled him with an axe, and the other mat him, with one tífthe piftols which he himfeif carried. This defperado, whole career of crime waa thus, for his ownjuft punUhment, and the benefit of ex- ample, cut fhort, lived for fome hours after he was carried into George Town. A Coron...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government Public Notices. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 8th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

Government Public Notices. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 8th, 1830- ' MR« WILLIAM KIMBITBLY ia appointed Diftrift Confiable and Poun<l*keeper for the Diftriä of Jarvis, compriiiog Bagdad and id Vicinity«_ THF,» TJndewilontioned Conftsblea having been appointed by the COMMANDANT of fort Dalrymple» their Namee are publifhcd tor general Information: For Launcefton,-\\çxzndtt Comberbeacb and Abraham Haft. lor George Town,-John Boothdroit, vier George Powell» , _ Saturday, i ft July, 1820. IT being intended; that «he Diftribution of the Mermo Rama mall lake Place oo Satur* day the 15th loftant ; all Sheep O artier« who are to receive any of the Rima are requeued lo apply et'lhii Office on or before the 12th lu» ftint, where the Appropriation of each may be feen« and where Secaridea fort ha Payment 10 conformity to the Arrangement mide known oöihe aad Inftiot are *o be lodged prior io Ihe Pay of Diftribution* The Place and Hour ol Diftribution will at the fa m...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 July 1820

) From a late Sydney Gazette we copy j the following':-. , .-../< » . The following inftance U related to ihew Ihe .jgoodnefs of the horfes in'ahis Colony ; sod, s with the various ctrcumftances attending ir,( t» ftand« unequalled in thofe paget in which are I recorded the moil powerful exertions of the e m oft celebrated borfea :-On Wcdnefday the 9 26th April laft, it waa confidered necefiary that i the earlieit medical attendance fhould he pro* e¡cured.; Ho effect which, two animals were im* J mediately taken from their pafture (a clover Ifield) ; one of them was a mare whofe foal lied fbeen lately weaned from her; alte other waa .|a filley only two yoan and a half Old, with« Ä out a fhoe on, and neither of them had beer» prevjoufly fed with either hey or cara. The* were mounted by two young Gentlemenj who went with the expectation of meeting the Geo, li em an they wlnted on his road from Sydney * but at the turnpike hearing that he hld pifj,¿ through fomo time before, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

you» 77~~ïïnwoit tile LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORT ER, ûgnedwith any £" unicatioos made, to thofe Períbns to whom they may relate. has ibougbl proper to direÊt, that all Public Communications which may appearm the 'HERN REPORT ER. fmnedwith anv Official Signature, are to be contidered as Official I-f rt M *\ . \ H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary* (By COM MA í ITOT H IS HONOR)_ H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

WILL Sail for ENGLANDúirea by the Jil September next,the BRIG ROBERT QUAYLE.-For Freight or r>ffage apply to ¡Mr, JOHN RAIN*| Mtc<¡narie.ftrscL Sale by Auction, BY MR. LEWIS» At his Room in LiverpooLftreer, on Tuefday next, at Twelve o'Clock, CHINA crapes, C nina (\\k\ China gingham», China Amnel, handkerchiefs, fool fe sp pa- per, ii ates, blick hofe, Augolo ditto, augers, nips, files, gimbletR, plain ¡ron?,croîs.cut fawsf fhocmakcrs and butcher*' knives, curry combs and bru (he a, girths, fire works, plaUerers and1 orickUyers' «rowels, vices, grtfs cloth, and ... variety of other choice Articles*--Prompt Pay- ment inCaíh, or Wheat at 8s. per Bu fool. [ NOTICEOPSALEBY PUBLIC AUCTION.1 THE under-mentioned very ufeful and valu* . sble Articles will be Sold by Mr. R. \V\ FRYBTT, on the Premifes in the Occupation A( Mr. JOHN RAINS, in \4icquarie.ftreet (by Region of his removing co thofe lately occupied by Capt. HOWARD at Macquarie Point), ort' Monday the 24th Ioliant, en...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

Mtmoir on the left Regimen for Sheep, couth eftfúT.--** could pafsdays without drinking ; but they would take a greater quantity of water the following day, than if (hey had drank the even injs before ; this quantity sncreafes to a cortain degree, if they have been deprived of water for many days together. They are then, tor- mented with thirft, for they are eager to get s drop of water; if they could find it in abun« dance, they would drink too plentifully for their temperament, fubjeft as they are to effufions of ferofity, which produce mortal hydatides'in the brain, and the rot, a di fea fe no leis fatil, The beft plan is to drive the flock every d»y to the pond, and to make it pafe {lowly, without ¿lopping there ; by this method it will be found, that the iheep who really want to drink, will be the only ones who will drinks In countries where water is (caree, it frequently happens that the pond is far diftant, and the flock can* not be driven to it without being fatigued ; in th...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 15th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 15th, 1820.     THOMAS BROWN and CORNELIUS RAN- DALL are appointed Constables of Hobart Town. CHARLES HORAN is appointed a Con-      stable in the District of New Norfolk. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

Sale by Auction, BY MB. LEWIS, On Thurfday next, the 20th ínírant, at Twelve o'Clock prccifely, A FA KM containing 40 Acres (more r%" or lefs), formerly in the Occupation of^Jofeph Potafkie, with a comfortable Houfe erected thereon, íituate at Kanga, roo Point. SALEo* HOUSES POSTPONED, I N Confequcnce of moil of the rcfpecta. .* ble Inhabitants having occafion to at- tend the Diftributiorrof the MerinoRattii which took Place at the Market Houfe this Morning, the Public are refpeet. fully informed, that the Sale of the Six Hdufcs and Allotments of Ground adver. tifed in the Hobart Town Gastette of &lf turday laft to take Place at 12 o'Clock this Day, is unavoidably (deferred till Saturday next, the 2gd Inftant ; when thev will be pofitivcly diipofed of by Auction, at Mr, LEWIS'S Rooms in l.iverpool-ifreet. fâ> immediately after the above, a va. riety of choice and felect Articles, well worth Attention, will be put up and Sold without Referve. Hobart Town, July 15th, 1820, ...

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FIFTY GUINEAS REWARD. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, 12th July, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

FIFTY GUINEAS REWARD. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, 12th July, 1820.   WHEREAS on Monday Night, the 29th May last, the Flock of Sheep, the Pro- rerty of the Crown, at Port Dalrymple, was dispersed, and Fifty-four of them (principally Ewes with Lamb) were Stolen and carried away from the Grazing Ground near Capt. BARCLAY'S Farm. On the Thursday follow- ing some of their Skins were found buried near a Bush Stock-yard between Paterson's Plains and Jingle's Valley. Similar Depre- dations having been frequently committed, Fifty Guineas. Reward will be given to any Person who shall give such Information as shall lead to the Discovery and Conviction of the Offender or Offenders, or to that of any Per- son therein concerned ; besides having the Whole of their Expenses defrayed, and being amply indemnified for their proceeding to, and returning from Sydney for the Prosecution of the Felons. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, GEO. HULL, Dep. Assist. C...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 July 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. The Merino ram lambs imported Hy Go- vernment were this morning appropriated (by lottery) to the sheep-owners who were to receive them, under the superintendance of His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR, and the Committee named for the purpose, at the market-house. By accounts received this morning from Port Dalrymple, we learn the arrival at that port of the brigs Campbell Macquarie and Endeavour from Port Jackson ; having   sailed from thence the 1st-instant; also,that the Actaeon had sailed from Port Jackson for the Derwent. The latter vessel may of course be looked for daily.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

VOiii *-j ,_ _ HTTHONOR the LIEUTBNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to dirett, that all Public Communications which may appear in the, HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORT ER, ûgncd with any Official Signature, are tobe corifulered as Official - - ~ . *»--_i«»» ** romoiunications made ta thofe -Perlons to whom tney may reiai laic, fj. (BY COMMAND OP HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON; Secretary»

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

N TUTICE.-Mrs. LORO defues lo make known to the feveral Families, who arc inthehahitof h^ing fupptied from her Meat Stores, the Regulation« which fhf has found ii nee*fiaty to make therein. The Butchers- ire directed in future to deli, ver Mutton and Beef ia Quantities of not leis than One Quarter each : They are defired to accompany (he Delivery with a Ticket of Weight i and to dtrecl Perfoos bringing ready Money to exhibit the Ticket at the Counting Houfe, and take a Receipt. Such Families ai have Accounts for Meat will be furnifhed with Billa at the end of each Month ; »nrt are requeued to preferve the Tickets furnifhed. Mrf. L. bega that Servants may be directed to »1 tend particularly to the Regulations re» fpefting the Tickets. x I ÍI. B.-The Price for frefh Mea» for Monejl on Delivery ia 5<1. per lb. ; it hooked 6d. per \b, " i Vi Ü1 iCÜ. "-In Coniequcnco 01 cue Servant? ,iN belonging to the different Stockyards «nd Herds of &owARO LORD, Efq. frequent- ly l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

By the Lynx we learn, that the Honora- ble Judge Advocate WYLDE, and the Hon-   orable the Judge of the Supreme Court, BARRON FIELD, Esq. are expected to visit   this Settlement in the course of two or three months. We regret to have occasion to state the death of Mr. WILLIAM LEGAR,the Chief Officer of the Prince Regent, whaler; who was a few days since unfortunately struct by a whale off Cape Pillar, when he im- mediately fell over the boat's side, and was not seen again.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

By the arrival of the Act$on we have received Sydney Gazettes to the 17th of June, from which we glean the following intelligence : - The ship Tuscan was advertised to sail direct for England about the middle of Ihis month. The ship Eliza, Captain Hunt, arrived at Port Jacksom from hence on the 3d June, after a rapid and boisterous passage of five days. The HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY, Mr. SCOTT, his Secretary, and the Gentlemen who accompanied him landed on Sunday morning the 4th, under a salute from the ship, and from Dawes' Battery. The Saracen, Capt. Kerr, lately from this port, had arrived at Sydney several weeks be- fore the Actceon's departure ; about which time a great change with respect to tho price of grain and wheat had taken place in the market   there. Considerable sales of Derwent wheat had been effected, immediately on arrival, at 10i. per bushel. On the 29th May, His Majesty's schooner Prince Regent arrived from the Bay of Islands with dispatc...

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