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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 April 1832

WANTED, . A Steady man as a Miller. THOS. AXFORD. Thorpe mill, April 24, 18S2. ?. SERVANT tVAMfclU. " A Free Woman of good Character, who came free tn tho Colony. She must understand j housework, washing, and needlework. Apply at the Chief Justice's. ripHE undersigned have for Sale a large quanti X ty of Sole and. Kip Leather JOHN KERR tf CO. Liverpool street. F PIANO FORTE. OR Sale, an elegant and most brilliant toned Piano Forte, price LOO. (JOHN KERR Sc CO. WOOL SCREWS. FOR Sale, at the Sttres of the undersigned, 2 Wool Screws complete, a quantity of made up wool packs, hats, patent felt (br ships bottoms, slops, gloves, drill trousers, duck frocks and trowsers, sherry wine, a case of new regulation swords, a cask of buttons, a turning lathe com- plete, with extra tools, &c JOHN KERR & CO. JUST arrived per the Harlequin, and on Sale j at Mr. Brennand'*, Liverpool street, a few casks of excellent Sydney, Beef in an excellent state of preservation. NOTICE. ALL perso...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

A' IMPOUNDED. T the public pound at Bagdad, by Mr. Dewer, April 'ii,'1832,'damage \o»: . I Black sided cow, white back, belly aud tail, nome white on face, right ear half off and split, W Y on off shoulder, with a red aud white heifer caif.byher side. <"'c' ':" ' " ' If the above animals be not claimed and redeem- ed within the time allowed by law, Uley will be Mold by nie nt the said pound ou Wednesday, the 6th. ol'June next, according to the pro visions'of the impounding-Vet. . ; ' " V5EO. AHMYTAGE, Poundkeeper. IMPOUNDED, AT the Pnbltc Pound, Kitty's Rivnlet, Corn- wall'* Parish. One grey bullock, brownish spots each >id9,brand ed ^ off hip, brand on the off tbi(;h illegible, a ¦willow fork in each ear,'notch in buck of right, impounded by Robert Bmislier co tbe tStli of April* Uamageiolsimed one shilling;. ¦ .If,tile above aiijmal be not. claimed.and. re- deemed within the time allowed by law, it will -be sold by me at the said pound on Wednesday the (iib ot Jane, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

DERWENT BANK. A SPECIAL general meeting of the Sharehold- ers of the Derwent Bant, will be held by order of tbe Directors at the Banking office in Davey; street, on Monday the 14th of May next, at 10 o'clock precisely,, for the purpose of taking into consideration the expediency of increasing tbe capital of the Institution. C. SWANSTON,   Managing Director, . April 20, 1832 BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   A Special general meeting of the Proprietors or the Bank of Van Diemen's land will be held at the Bank on Tuesday 8th May, to take into consideration the propriety of establishing a   branch of this Institution at Launceston, in order to facilitate and encouragemercantile transac- tions between the two places. T.Y. LOWES,         Cashier.         April 11, 1832.   WANTED, A Steady man as a 'Miller. THOS. AXFORD. Thorpe mill, April....

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

The Courier.     SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1832. Arrived on Wednesday the 2nd instant the   brig Cleopatra, 269 tons, Capt. George   Sweet, from Dublin 4th December, with a   general cargo of goods — passengers, Thomas Reigo. Esq., Samuel Laphane, Esq., Mrs.   Laphane and child, Thomas Bell, Esq., Mrs. Bell and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Gee and 3 children, R. Chandler, T. O. Meara, wife and 6 children, with 47 of the Chelsea pen-   sioners, with their wives and families. The Cleopatra put into the Cape and landed 20 pensioners, intending to settle in that colony. The brig Mary Anne was lying in Table bay, ready to sail for Hobart town, on the 17th March. Arrived on Thursday the 3rd inst. the schooner Nimble, 108 tons. Capt, Broad, from the Mauritius March 14, with 290,827 lb. sugar, 45 casks molasses, 2 cases trays, 1 box pencil cases, 20 cases wine, 31 kegs tobacco, 125 taces dates, case hoops. Pas- se...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

On Monday Morning the three wretched men whom we mentioned in our last, Robert Gordon, James Metcalfe and James Camm, suffered the last penalty of the law on the srop at Hobart Town A very large collection of inhabitants was assembled to witness the humiliating spectacle. The fate of Cumm is a singular instance of the cer- tainty with which punishment pursues the guilty even in this world. Having taken a prominent part in the audacious and inhu-     man piracy of the Cyprus, and escaped to various parts of the globe, Providence yet saw fit to bring him back to the scene of his original offence, that he might render up his miserable life as a sacrifice for his offence. /Notwithstanding the'"'uriwearied ;exer lions of tye Rev i Mr..Be'd,for,d to thring him to a ?erise bf his awful situation, he rlmajned 'apparently hardened- 'aiid'Texprtssed but; lit-, tie "contrition till tlie last. He was the first who was' brought out to be pinioned, and when exhorted to e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

By Wis Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Fan Diemen's Land and its Dependencies.   WHEREAS by the Act or Ordinance intitaled " An Act to regulate the Impounding of Animals for Trespass and for other purposes relating thereto," it is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to erect and establish public pounds for the impounding of animals therein for tres- pass and instead of such pounds or any of them to substitute others and appoint keepers of all such pounds and any of such poundkeepers to displace as to him may seem meet. Now therefore I do by this my proclamation direct and proclaim that the pounds or places commonly used as pounds at present erected or which shall within one month from the date hereof be erected for the purpose of being used as public pounds at the places hereinafter next. mentioned shall severally be public pounds for the im-   pounding the rein of animals for trespass and the n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 May 1832

TO BE LET, A Neat Brick COTTAGE, containing four rooms, situate at the end of Harrington street. Rent moderate. Apply on the premises. COTTAGE TO BE LET, IN Arthur street, that beautiful Cottage, the piesent residence of Josiah Spode, E»q.fit in every. wBy for a genteel family. Situation de- lightful and rent moderate. Apply at the Com- mercial Bank.. TO BE LET, ~ A comfortable Dwelliug-house in Macquarie st. Inqnire of Lieutenant Gunn._ A PERSON about to visit Ireland, from whidi he intends to return to this Colony within 18 months, would be happy to.execute any commission* in that quarter, in a way which he has no doubt will prove satisfactory to those wtiu'tnay feel disposed to favour him With- their commands. inquire at. this - office. .May 2;*. 1832.',;-.>;'',' FBIHKi' uhdersignedbeihe about to,leave the Jl1' colony for a short time,' requests that all. persons having claims against biro, uiilbe pleased ?to present the same for payment, to Mr. P. Gorm. Icy,. St; Patiick Inn,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

IMPOUNDED AT the Public Pound, Tea-tree brush, district of 'tn*itfhtofii 1 dark brindle cow, with white belly, brood horns,, and a slope ont «i back of left ear, brand supposed to tie IJ on near. hip. I dark 'b'toVii'lind'*Hitc'cow, wirh small horns, and slope out of back of lett car, brand supposed "to be di oil war hip. 1 bluok cow, "iii two white streaks on back, and.white belly, i-rond \VN on oil'hip, supposed (o be swhIToVv forked in both ears, impounded by order of Mr. John dark, Tea-tree brush, damages ls. pr head. ¦ Vi I f the above animals be not claimed and redeem- ed within the time allowed by law, they will be sold hy mk* at the mid pound, on the 6(11. day of Jnue 18J2, according tb the provisions of the impuundii)'' act. ALFRED THRUPP, Poundkeeper. Dated this 3d. day of May, 1832. IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound York parish, district of .¦? Oatlands hy Dr. Hudspetli, April 14, 1 Brown bullock, white, belly and hind feet, branded Dit of off hip and half light ear off, da ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

Quit rents are now the universal topic of I pi interest throughout the colony. Public lat meetings and memorials to lits Excellency J w are every where in progress, and.seeing that | gi the attention of the government as well as of our readers is alike arrested by it, and that from what has already from time to time ap- peared in this journal urging the considera- tion of the knotty but important point, much of the feeling now excited may safety be at- tributed to ourselves, we are in duty bound not to stand aloof upon the present occasion, but in the hour of trial to come forward and throw tlie tribute of our remarks, however humble, into the general scale of equity. It has been urged in support of the exac- tion of the quit rents as promulgated in. the Government notice of 31st Jan. last, that they have been regulated on the fairest and most liberal scale for the settler?that while other property in the colony was yielding a return of from 15 to 35 per cent., Govern- ment was cont...

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THE BULL AND THE BARBER. (From the Humourist, 1832.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

THE BULL AND TUE BARBER. (From the Humourist, 1832J Lancelot Latherwell was the only barber in his village ;?a man ot nu small importance io his own opinion, as well as in fact, seeing that lie was fa- miliar witti all the heads of the place. The chief instrument of his power, however, was his razor, ?a sceptre which he wielded somewhat absolutely perhaps, (mt uniformly with a regard to the wel- fare of his subjects, who were rather numerous,, ami consisted ot such as were unable to shave themselves. In their labours for the^ moral amelioration of mankind, philosophers have aimed io convince the understanding, aud divines to touch the heart; but Lant addressed himself to the chin. Was it proved to the satisfaction, cr rather dt'isutisfuc tion, of iLailicrwell, that a neighbour had beaten his wife, \>r spent his week's wages at [a public house, instead of taking them home to hislamily? the culprit became a marked nun,?he was known by his beard.?which tlie shaver pertinaciously ref...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

" THE GAZETTE OP THIS DAY CONTAINS: GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 109, Colonial Secretary's Office, May. 9,1838. . v The undermentioned appointment* haVe taken place. ,» ,, To be ^Constables. ; OuTletjTnrner, from the 1st inst. G^rge Ansell from 7th do. ¦'¦:.- John Thomson, 366, John, from 8th inst. ¦ - . To the Field Police. Robert Edwards, 144, Phoenix 2, from the 8th instant, and , '«».. tjj.* ... Charles Beaton, 838, Sir Charles-Forbes from the 8th instant. . , ¦¦-.».. By command of the Lieutenaut Governor, J.BURNETT G< lOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. Ito?Colonial J"' "Secretary's Office, May 10th, 1832. The periods for which the under, meptionedper sons were transported, expiring at the date placed opposite their names, Certificates of their Freedom may be.- obtained then, or at .any subsequent period, ripon application to this office, or .to that of a Police Magistrate, ju the-in te ' rtor:-r., ' George Garner, 442, Medway 2, .John JFreek, 101, Prince Regent. By command bf the Lieu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

WILSON & RANDS, . CarptnUi'n Builder* and VndtrU^trt, LIVBKPOoL''STREET, BEG io infoim their friends and the public, Iliac ih'V ba va ieuruuieiiced basinets in the «Ouvo trude*, Kurt fruit that a iona; experience in LonOcn, adilid to un unremitting attention to bo- nnets, will not f»n io aecuie them a share of pub , lie patronage. " Nil ?-G</onietri«jil and* ;other stuircues erect rd. WANTED. I A FREE Female Servant to wash and ?00k for JrL two single gentlemen,-or a mao .and his -' wife.' Matt he well recommended from the 'last-'! silnaiion. <( Apply at the office of this paper* ~\ SERVANT WANTED. V A Free Woman of good Character, who esme free to tbe Colony. She must understand housework, washing, and needlework. Apply at the Cliirf Jnstioe's. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GOOD hand as Tinman and-Brasier, where constant employ, and good wages will be given.-Apply to William Smithson, gun-smith,   near Wellington bridge, Elizabeth-street, Hobart t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

DERWENT BANK. A, SPECIAL general meeting of tbe Sharehold- ers of tne Derwent Bank, will be held by order; of tbe Directors at the Banking office in Davey street, on Monday the 14th of May next, nt 10 o'clock precisely, for the purpose of taking ino consideration the expediency of increasing the ci[)ital of the Institution. C. SWANSTON, Managing Director, April 30, 1838. wanted Immediately, A Free or Ticket of Leave Man as Cook, and to wail at table. None need apply hut those who can produce a certificate of good cha- racter. Apply to Mr. Wm. Kimberley, Bagdad. , Aprils, 1832.. v WANTED, A Steady man aa a Miller. . . / ... '¦¦'¦*' ' V THOS. AXFORD, 'ihorpe mill, April 24,1832. WANTED. AS Nursery Maid, to take charge of two chil- dren, a female who caree free to the Colony. As liberal wages will be given, none need apply, hut such as can be well recommended. Apply at (be office of tbis Paper. April ia, 1832. TO BE LET. TWO or four rooms suitable for offices, or a piivate dwelling, wi...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 May 1832

The Courier. [SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1832.     Sailed on Thursday the 10th inst, the bark Science, Capt. Saunders, for London direct, with a full cargo of colonial produce. Cargo of the Science--19 casks oil ship- ped by Messrs. Jackson and Addison ; 4 bales of wool by Mr. Romer ; 35 do by Mr. Grant ; 5 bales wool, 206 casks oil and 19 bundles whalebone by Capt. Wilson; 22 bales of wool by Mr. Bethune; 25 do by Mr. M. Steel; 28 do by Mr. K. Harrison; 75 do by Mr. H. Hopkins; 24 do by Mr. James Gow ; 9 do by Messrs. Murdoch and Brothers ; 14 do by Mr. Marretti ; 73 do and 2 boxes treasure by Mr. Adey ; 27 bales wool by Mr. J. G. Jennings ; 3 do by Mr. Sprent; 1 do Mr. A. Downie ; 41 do by Mr. Bunster: ;28 do by Mr. Bilton ; 41 do by Mr. George Watson ; 105 do by Capt. Wood, and several boxes of natural curiosities, &c. by different individuals. The Ann, Capt. Jamison, with goods from   Leith is daily expected. By the Nimble we learn that the ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

Cfoe Courier. "SATURDAY, MAY 1», 1832. -Í*ÍS» <5«* Arrived on Sunday (he 13th nut. the bark Henry, 200 tuns, Irom Loudon I7'h -»an, will»» general cargo of goo is.-Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Gazard, Mr» Pick» Mr» Groom. Same day aitiveti ide bli» Amity, M* tons, Cap», James Currie, Iron* Sydney 2<l ins! willi ii car^ i » "' soap, cheese, whaling ü< ar, dealit, &c - Passengers Mr. Byeworth, Mr. Woodwurd, Mr, Lloyd, Mr. Brown» Mr. Luker. Arrived titi Monday the Resolution, Mi«. Young» Master, fiom Launceston, with a cargo of pats, wheal, &c. ' Sailed on Monday the 141 li the Arethusa, Cant. Boulton, for Launceston» with pari of her original cargo, anti au assoiliiu-tit of goods from ibis port. Passenger»-Mr. Mewson, Miss Bastian, John Griftiii. Sailed on Tuesday the,151 li the brig L<tdy Wellington, Captain Cliff, for Sydney, with turi of her original cargo, and an assort meut oí merchandize fruin tilts place likely to meet a be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

,ctfpq&ty,.T$*-<& , HtUY-4* W3?., -*000~». . SI"-,1 ; ' *?'?.? WE the undersigned, Und-owners, in the dis- tict »qfX'ajni^eJi i town, ryspucKuJlyfie quest t'y»- y,"11- Y*'M!iW"ÇKPJ}bJte -l^'Aw.^ Campbell,town, at y.nur ernest cnnyetv^riice, for; tile propose ot addressiiij» His KlfCelleney Ititi LUnleiiHnt Goveincr on tha.subje.ot gf the «init r«;n|s, ainnifc to he «x-vowd upejMhe lands granuid, by tins CrAwn. ' We liave the honour to, be, $ir, your obedient I Servants, .Henry Jellicoe, j Ri-hard H, Willis, I Temple Pearson, Robert Bostock, ' John M*Leod, 'John Leake; . James Ailkiu) H; Hdrrison, Benj, Horne. W, Davidsrjn, Richard-Will,-,, | To Janie» -Simpson, Esq, Police Mitgistrste, Campbell town. __ In compliance with tua request contained »st the above letter, tbe land, owners, of the. dis#i<& of Campbell town, are invited to attend, at this, office, for the parpóse referred to, on Monday the' ¿8th day of May mst. at 11 o'clock A. M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

WANTED. A Situation a« Clerk in an ofhce or warehouse, x\ or as Teacher iii a private family where the cudimera* of'tffe French and Latin languages will be taught it required. Rt-feieiicescaii be «riven ax tocliaiatter, Uc. Apply by letter to A. Z. at the \ oui« e of this («aper. < Á A on sale: . JUSTamved hythe Aniityfrom Svdnev. a rniantiry of excellent Maize. Apply to Mr. Macdougall, Melville street. Hobait town, May l8, tb32. Aft RfCULTÜRE. ! THK advertiser ?» lately arrived from England, and i* well acquainted with the system et Fanning, as prat iised in the east and south east counties ; is posai »>ed of a practical knowledue of >hecp and wool and the culture of turnips and the Eui opean grasses--the two latter so desirable-m tin* colony foi dairy produce. N. li.-Before becoming a settler, he wiOiea for a^ respectable employ ment with sonm gentleman, whaic Ina services may secur* a modnrintile aim ation ! fpivjKf iM,> .n.<i, (jost paid) address e...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

The reform bill was the main object of   discussion in England, every one was anxious to asertain whether it would pass the Lords there being still a host of'anti-reformery in the Upper House. Earl Grey was at Beigh too early in January, when he advised his Majesty to create a majority in the Lords, a             ,             measure which is deemed constitutional. Thirty five peers, it was resolved upon should be immediately created. Their Majesties - with most of' tbe Royal family were aht Brighton in Jan. The whole of them in the enjoyment of excellent health. The King!s regular weekly levers were not to commence ai St. James's till the 22d of Feb. and the Queen's drawing rooms on the 24thb, when bet Majesty's birth day was to be kept. The celebration of the King's birth day was appointed for the 28th of May inst...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

GOODS PER HENRY. G. LANGFORD, has received, GENTLEMEN'S greatcoats Blue flushing White corsets Hosiery and gloves Scotch plaid* fine white shirts , White and coloured calicoes 'White «rge» coloured do. . "_->~- . Counterpanes arid blankets -- " Large dead eye buttons, Umhrelias and hat-covers. MESJSRS. PARKE & SMITH; Surveyors and Land Agents, > RESPECTFULLY announce, that in foture they will an partners conduct tlieabpyc hu. «¡ness, at the office hitherto occupied by Mr. Darke. Mr. Darke avails bimseht of this opportunity of returning his sincere thank« to his friends foi the ^ery1 liberal support he has received, and respect fnlly solicit» for himself and partner a continuance of it. Liverpool street, next doer to Courier Office. 'May 9, 1832. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GOOD hand as Tinman and Brazier, where   constant employ, and good wage will be given. Apply to William Smithson, gun-smith, near Wellington bridge, Elizabetb-street, Hobart town. May 11 1832....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 May 1832

GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS : fly Hi» Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor if the l*\**& 0/ Van Diemen'» Land mi iii dt* laemfciicies, ¡fe. ' - ' . hí A PROCLAMATION. ' . WHEREAS certain Regulations were pub- lished in the Hobart Town Gaiettey bear- ing data the 16th of Feb. last, relative to the sale of Crown Lands. And whereas the necessary arrangements therein referred to, having been' completed, and 'Charts of the several Parishes hereandor mentioned being now ready for inspec- tion at the Office of the Surveyor General, Ido therefore by these presents notify and pioclaim, that (he. several lots of Land hereafter described, WÍI1 after the expiration of three months from the ¿ate hereof become disposable. And I do fuithei notify and proclaim, that suth of the undermenti- oned lands, for* which applications to puichase, shall then have been matte, will oe put up for sale by public auction*, on Thursday the 10th day o| August vtiext, at the Court of Reques...

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