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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. The Printer begs to assure the Public, that in the catalogues and printed bills of the sales about to take place at the stores of Mr. Raine, the allusions respecting the rum ad- vertísed for sale were inadvertently inser-   ted, and entirely escaped his notice ; or it would have been equally his duty and de- sire to avoid the impropriety. SHIP NEWS.—On Wednesday last arrived from Port Jackson, the ship Actæon, Captain Gordon.—She had been three weeks on her passage ; having experienced, nearly the         whole time, contrary winds.—     Passengers, Mr. Savage, Mr. Curr, and Mrs. Jones.   This evening came in from Port Jackson, at which place she arrived last month   from Calcutta, and has been only 9 days   on her passage here, the brig Lynx, Capt. Siddons, with a cargo of merchandize.— Passenger, M...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d July, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 July 1820

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d July, 1820.   IT being intended to employ several Govern-   ment Carts and a Number of Draft Cattle, in making the Road between New Town Riv- ulet and Humphrey's River, as soon as the Weather will allow; Settlers who graze their Stock on the Hills to the Left ot the Road be- yond New Town Bridge are apprized that the Ground in that Quarter must be reserved for pasturing the Government Cattle while so em- ployed ; and they must consequently cease to graze any Stock there after the 31st Instant, until further Notice. By Command of His Honour,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary. ----------- COMMISSARIAT Of pica, HOBART TOW«, 24th June, 1820» LIST of Persons from whom Suppliée of MEAT willbe'receivedinto Hi« Majefty's JVIagaûnee in Van Diemen'a Land. AT HOBARTTOWN :.-Joly 27-Mr. James Lord 3000, Mr. David Lord 1000, T. A, Lafcellei, Efq. 1000, Mr. B* Walford and Son 500, Mr. T. Wells...

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

M R. HAINE tia» to loform the Morchaots, Settlers, and others, that he has receivec per Action the under-mentioned Merchandize. Woollen Cloths, drab Cloth Trowfexs, blue dit- to ditto, Tea in Caddies, bell Hyfon Tea in Chefti, a Quantity of Saltpetre, IQe of France Sugar,'-'Bengal Rum,'Men's, * Yootha', and BoysVHats, coaTÍe ditto, «rd. Woollen Stock- ings ; which ho will difpofe of upon the» fame liberal Terms ss notified per his Sales by. Public Auaton, by Mr* R. W\ FaYeTT, Vendu? Matter, on Monday next, the 24th InflJot, and five fucceffive Days. RVV. FaVBTT, Auétioneer, bega Leive . to inform his Friends and the Public in genera), that" the extenftve Sales at Mr« Raine':» 'late Stores will commence on Monday, and continuo five following Days.-.At .the Ism* Time he atTures them, that the Cualftgucs and Particulars of the Sale were not framed b} him, but were printed without his Concurrence or Participation ; he therefore cannot be re fponfible in any Way whatever for the impro pf...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, July 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Secretary's Office, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, July 26th, 1820. INSTRUCTIONS having been received from Head Quarters, that Wool should be pur- chased for Government to be sent to Port Jack- son ; it is hereby notified to all the Settlers of Port Dalrymple, that all such Wool as they may have to dispose of will be purchased by Government, at the Price of £37 6s. per Ton ; to be delivered on board a Government Vessel which will proceed to Launceston for the Pur- pose of receiving it. The Payment for the Wool purchased will be made by the Inspector of Public Works on the Spot ; who will receive due Authority for that Purpose, and to who the Settlers will apply.     AVID, RaYNOLos ii appointed a Cenlti* ble for the Dtftritf of Herdfmen's Cove. D By Comraind of His Honor» H. E. Robin foo, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

íuTHoso*. the LIIUTEMANT GOVCRHOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, ana SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned.with any Official Signature, are to beconfidered as Official Communications made to thole Perions to whom they may relate. (By COMMAND.OF His HONOR) H. E. ROB I H SOW; Secretary*

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate--Thomas Bell, Esq.   SHIP NEWS.—On Wednesday last arrived the ship Eliza, Captain Hunt,   from Port Jackson, which place she left 2 days after the Lynx sailed   from that port.—Passengers, Captain       Dixon, of the Regalia, Mr. Mason, and   Mrs. Morris.     The Government brig Elizabeth Henri- etta was expected to sail for this port in       a few days after the Eliza sailed. His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold will sail in the course of the ensuing week for Port   Dalrymple; and from thence to Sydney. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold, the ships Eliza and Actæon;   and the brigs Lynx and Active; whaling in   the river and outlets, the ships Prince Reg- ent and Regalia, and the brigs Robert Qua- yle and Sophia; and at Pitt Water, the bri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

' fror« Captain Hunt, commander of Ah« ihipEiiz3,>« learn, 1hat the tliip Neptune, with male priibiiers. was going into Port jack ion aii-he waa coming out ; and that tj»e Nep- tune bad brought liewa of intereft from iii« mothercottotry ; but from the immediate de- parture of tho Eliza, no communication by letter have riachèd this Settlement. Ftom a'notice contained ini our paper of ¡this day» rafpecTing the Supreme Court of Civil Judicature» we> have alio reston to contemplate¡ ¿ fitting of *hé Court of Criminal Judicature ia this Sëtttlement within a few fucceoding months« , " , . By accounts from Sydney we karn, *hat wheat bore a price of 10s. and löVÖd. per bufhel i and was on the:rife. By the Eliza arrived three prisoners who had been capitally convicted before the Court of Criminal Judicature for sheep stealing, under warrants of execution. Before day, on the morning of Wednesday, and shortly after the ship anchored, John Scott, one of the prisoners, who had been allowed...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

By the Eliza, we have received the Syd- ney Gazettes of the 1st and 8th instant ; from which we copy the following :— CRIMINAL COURT.—On Monday (June,       26) Godfrey Hanskie was found Guilty of having sheep in his possession knowing them to be stolen ; and John Scott was also found Guilty of a similar charge.   WEDNESDAY, July 5.—Jacob M'Koy and William Monnaghan were first put to the bar and indicted for the wilful murder of William Fogoe, at or near Launceston, at Port Dal- rymple; upon which indictment M'Koy was found Guilty of manslaughter ; Monnaghan Acquitted. Thomas Bailey, William Fenton, and Edward Hanfield, all indicted for stealing a number of sheep at Port Dalrymple, the properly of Thomas Archer.—Bailey Guilty—Death ; and the other two Acquitted. THURSDAY, July 6.—This morning brought   to a period an awful Session, which has indeed afforded a melancholy warning to the unhappy criminal, and opened a spe...

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d July. 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d July, 1820. IT being intended to employ several Govern- meat Carts and a Number of Draft Cattle, in making the Road between New Town Rivulet and Humphrey's River, as soon as the Weather will allow ; Settlers who graze their Stock on the Hills to the Left of the Road be- yond New Town Bridge are apprized that the Ground in that Quarter must be reserved for pasturing the Government Cattle while so em- ployed ; and they must consequently cease to graze any Stock there after the 31st Instant, until further Notice.   By Command of His Honor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.   COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   24th July, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of MEAT will be received into His Majesty's       Magazines in Van Diemen'a Land. AT HOBART TOWN:—Aug. 3—R. W.   Loane, Esq. 6ooo, Mr. R. W. Fryett 3000. 10—J...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

NOTICE»-*-Mrs. Lord <leftr«e io maun known to the loverai Ferai lies, «rho are in the Habit of-being füpplíed from her Meat Stores, the Régulations which (he hal found it neceflary to to mike therein* The Butchers are directed in future lo deli- ver Mutton and Beef in Quantities of not left than one Quarter each. They ara defiréd 60 accompany the Delivery with a Ticket oi Weight; and io dirt ft Perfona bringing ready Money to exhibit the Ticket at the Counting« Houfe, and take a Receipt. Such Families aa have Accounts for Meat, will be furnifhed with Billi at the end of tacit Month; and ara requofted io preforve «he Tickets furnifhed. Mra. L. begs that Servants may be direettd to attend particularly to the Regulations ia» fpefting the Tickets. N. B.-The Prica for freih Meat for Money on Delivery is çd. per lb. ; if hooked 6d. per lb. OTIC E.-In Confequeoce ot thebcfvants belonging to ihn different Stock Yerda and Herds of EDW,AR> Loan, Efq. frequent« ly leaving »hair D...

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Government Notice. ACTING ENGINEER's OFFICE, Hobart Town, July 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

Government Notice. ACTING ENGINEER'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, July 26th, 1820. THE Acting Engineer gives Notice to the Settlers, that their Coarse Wool will be purchased for Government on the same Terms as heretofore. - All Settlers having Wool upon Hand, are therefore requested to bring it in, there being a Government Vessel ready to convey it to Port Jackson. In the Event of the Acting Engineer being   directed to continue the Purchase of Wool for Government Service, it would be very desir- able for him to be informed of the Quantity   which the Owners of Sheep may be likely to supply, if required for Government, at the Spring Shearing; all Settlers are therefore re-   quested to give in to the Acting Engineer, a Statement of the Quantity of Wool which they   would have to ditpose of at that Period. T. BELL, Major, Acting Engineer. SUPREME COUKT OFFICE, SYDNET, July 13th, 1820. N'OTICE is hereby given, that the HONOUR-  ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 July 1820

CL Al MS -A KP DEM AN DS. CAPTAIN HUNT, of the Ship Eliza, here hy gives Notice of that Veffel's Departure ¡for Sydney on xhe 10th of Augulh-Fer Freight or Páffaga apply to, tho Comminder» Captain SIDDINS, of the Brig Lynx, with Mrs. SIDDINS and Family, leaving the Colony in said Vessel, request all Claims to be pre- fented.     Captain THOMPSON, of the Bng Active, hereby notifies io all concerned, that hu Veilel will pofitively Sail for Port Jackton on or . bout-the 6thof Auguft next; and requeHi all Claims upon him may be prefented. A Captlia BUNSTIR leaving the Colony per Lynx.rsquefts Claims to be prefented* 1 ' li/w. LOANS, Efq. leaving the Colony by the Elfet, requeBs Claims to bo preiented. Alfo, fíypolites and Berd B°idiog^ervanti. Mr. BETHUNE, Supercargo of he brig Lynx, leaving the Colony, requeßs all sums to be prefented. . Mr. Lewis and Mr. ROOK, 1st and 2nd Officers of the Lynx, leaving thn Colony, re queft all Claims to be prefented, &...

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Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN Saturday, August 5th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

Government ?bnd General Orders. GoviAMUB'tfT Housi, HOBART TOWN Saturday, Augûft 5th, 1820. SATURDAY Next, the 12ch inftant, being the Anniversary of the Birth-Day of Hu ROYAL HI.CM M isa the PRINCE R^GSNT, it will bs obffrvad n a Holiday throughout the Settlement ; and the Government Artificers tod Ltboufars are to Ho exempted9 from Wor.Ii on that Day« . The Royal Standard will be hôi ft ed at Sun« rifo; and at Twelve o'Clock a Royal Sal Ate will be fired from Mulgrave Battery ; arid the Detachment of the 48th Regiment at this St a {ion will fire à Fcu»át'tfoitt in Honour of the Day. ThaDapÄty Affiítant Commiffary Gene/al will direft the ufual Donation of Half»f*Pini of Spirits and an extra Ration of One Pound Ï of Fwih Meat to be iflued from His Majefty'* I Stores to each NOti.commüTioaed Officer and \ Sol di er Ter vio cr at th Í5 Station' ; tod alio, One | Pound of Freih Meit arid Half-^int of Spirits ' each to the Superintendant«» Orerfflers, Con» flabte», and other Parfont in ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

ÓTTIÍONOR^ the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR bas thought proper lo clireft, that all Public Communications which may appear m the1 HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and'SOUTHERN REPORTERjigned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thole Ferions to whom they may relate* (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR)_H. E» ROBINSON; Secretary**

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - Yesterday evening arrived from England,   which she left the 14th April last, the brig Woodlark, Capt. Moore, with a cargo of merchandize. On Thursday came up to port from whaling, the brig Sophia, Capt. Brown. Same day, His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Chase, Commander, sailed for Port Dalrymple. The Regalia and Robert Quayle are expected to come up to port in a few days from the fishery.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Wodnesday, July 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, July 26th, 1820. INSTRUCTIONS having been received from     Head Quarters, that Wool should be purch-     ased for Government to be sent to Port Jack- son ; it is hereby notified to all the Settlers of Port Dalrymple, that all such Wool as they may have to dispose of will be purchased by Government at the Price of £37 6s. per Ton; to be delivered on board a Government   Vessel which will proceed to Launceston for   the Purpose of receiving it. The Payment for the Wool purchased will be made by the Inspector of Public Works   on the Spot; who will receive due Authority for that Purpose, and to whom the Settlers will apply.     By Command of His Honor, H. E'. Robinson, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

Weston Lodge Estate and Farm, New Town. TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, to gether or separately, that valuable ESTATE and well known beautiful RESIDENCE called WESTON LODGE, at New Town; com   prising a handsome Dwelling House and Fifty Acres of Land, situate in the most agreeable Part of the Settlement on the Derwent, two miles from Hobart Town. The House, Con sisting of 2 good Parlours, Housekeeper's Room, Kitchen, 2 fine Cellars, and 3 Sleeping Rooms, commands the richest Views : of the Land, 10 Acres are fine Meadow, laid down with English Grass Seeds, which produced upwards of 2 Tons of Hay per Acre last Season; and 10 Acres   cultivated on a rich Bottom. From the con- tiguity of this Estate to Hobart Town and the Government Domain; its Situation in the most opulent and best cultivated District; its       Vicinity to the New-established Malting and Brewing Concern, and its command of both Land and Water Carriage, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

MARRIED—On the 25th ultimo, THOMAS ALLEN LASCELLES; Esq. to Mrs. MARY ANN McCARTY.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

.FIFTY G.UINEAS K.EWARD. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBAJRT TOWN, . ,Monday, july 3iftt StÔao, WHEREAS the moft dsrioc Robberies have lately been committed of Sheep belöngiffgto'tbt Cro{vp at Port Dalrymple $ *nd particularly between ihe 10th and a7th *.P?*nt, Sixty-one Sheep of different Defcrjp» M0«« were Stolen Ind carried aw*y io. addition «0tho/e advariifed in the Gazette ort lie 16th ^»fit* Naw I "(duly authorized by His nartby doclare^tlilt a further Reward qt Fifty Guineas will be piid by His Majefty's Govern», ment for the Diicovery and on the Conviction of the Per ion or Porfons concerned in Iho Robbery committed between the toth ann1 17th IniUm aforefaid ; and ihat any Prifoner who may give fuch Information as (hall lead io the Apprehenfionand Conviction of any-Per- ion, concerned in either of the faid RobberieîJ will, in addition lo the Reward hereby offered, be recommended for Mitigation of Sentence« By Command of H»s Honor 1 The Lieutenant Governor, Cioacc HULL, Deputy Affii...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART, TOWN, Saturday, August 5th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 5th, 1820. JOHN DACRES is appointed District       Constable for Hobart Town North District.     H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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