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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 June 1832

THE     GAZETTE OF This DAY CONTAINS : GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 19«,Colonial hecietary's Office, May 30, t832. William Williamson, holding a conditional pardon, -is -permitted to resign his situation as police constable ou the Roth June, 1832. By command of His Excellency, i lue Lieutenant Governor, I J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. IS3-Colonial Secretary's Office, June 5, 1832. rWith reference to the Government Order, No. 2, of the2ftth February, l8 JO, wherein a reward of fire pounds is offeied for every adult Aborigi nat native, and two pounds for everv child cap- tured and delivered alive at any of the police stations, The Lieutenant Governor, on the recommenda lion of the Aboriginal Committee, has been pleas - ed to direct, that this Order, so far as it relates to rewards^for the capture of natives, shall be abro- gated. And His Excellency further desires it to be notified, that the present tranquil state of the Colony has rendered it unnecessary long...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 June 1832

V\ AMÜ.D, BY the Rev. John Mackel sy, an Assistant in Teaching. Mr. Mackersy having greatly enlarged his ac commodations, is prepared to receive an addi- tional number of young Gentlemen as boarders. Terms as formeily advertised. Null CK. A Meeting of the Licensed Victuallers will be held at the Bdlnbuigh Wine Vaults, Eli zabttb street, on Woodsy next, the nth inst. at 9 o'clock,Vor the purpose of addressing a memo- rial to His ^Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in Council praying for a modification of the Act of ComsrJl. J¡»> 2. . l-l- < ' SVND^SCIÍOOI^. ! - . ,. fFIW.0 Sermpns on behalf of the Hobart town X »Sunday School Union, will be preached on Sunday nex>, the 10th inst iu"Melvi»ie »treet Chapel. That in the rnoïniilg by the Rev. N.Ttir ,_ ner, and that in the ¿vening hy the Rev. F. Mil Is ilcr. ' '" The hymns on each occaiion will be sung by the '* children. y The services will commence at 11 and 0 pre )f cisely, and at the conclusion a collection made g in...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 June 1832

Ctie Courier. FRIDAY. JUNE 8,18S2. ." ïi» legislating for a new colony like this, it is scarcely possible, that the utmost stretch of human sagacity, can fairly- meet every cvrcurnitftnc;, intended to . be regulated. While the fcieral inter»* li obpfctjltfï ¿my individual cases, «ill unavoidably at the same time be neglected, or even injuriously af- fected/ This gives rise even im England, notwithstanding all the accumulation of tègal and other talent and experience employed in the originalJcnuctmentB, to those very numerous subsidiary acts, repealing or amending former act»,- -But in a new country like this, under- going with every successive season, a corres- ponding change of feature, the difficulties which a legislator has to encounter, must be still more intricate and arduous. It is im- possible to provide at the present time, for instance, for such a Btntc of things as in the common course of events and colonial improve- ment, may exist two or three years hence. In submitting ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

BIRTH.-At Hobart town, on Wednesday the   13th inst. Mrs. Gunn of a Son. DIED-suddenly, on Friday morning, at his house in Collins street, Mr. Peter Facey, in his 58th year. He was a kind husband, an af- fectionate parent and a very eminent Christian -remarkable for his humility, meekness and spirituality of mind and conversation. His loss is deeply lamented by his family and by   the Presbyterian Church, of which he was an Elder, and by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. The Address to His Excellency from Bothwell, did not reach the Printing office lait night, till our paper bad gone to press.

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LIFE ASSURANCE. (From a Correspondent.) "The Widow, the Futherless, the Orphan, the dependent Friend, and the Creditor." Pamphlet on Life Assurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

iS&UKA LIFE ASSURANCE. (From a Correspondent.) " The fPidbw.the Futherlèsï, the Orphan, the dependent Friend, and the Créditer." Pamphlet on Life Assurance. What man is there who, when led by the hand of the Almighty from this world to a better, will not by such a translation place some bear and dear relative or friend in one or other of the situations mentioned in the quota« t\on which heads this article. Is it not there- fore the bounden duty of every conscientious án'd feeling than to alleviate by every means in his power the pain, and provide against tie loss, which by his death would thus be created -circumstanced as this colony is there is net a mau who is sufficiently independent in his pecuniary circumstances as to leave each ant every relative and fripnd, in whose welfare he feels an interest, in that state of affluence hu affection dictates,-therefore there is not a A people to whom the principles of assurance jf£ can more necessarily apply, The ablest mathtdfl mat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. THE object of the piescnt address, is to'call the attention of the Public to the advan- tages of establishing a Life Assurance Company in Van Diemen's Land. The principles of Life Assurance aie well known. By a small yearly payment during his life, any individual may secure to his family, or others dependent on him, such a sum of money as he considers to be sufficient to form a piovi-ion for them, payable at whatever peiiod his death may happen. Thus a person, 35 years of age, by pa> ing 21. 19s. lOd. per annum, (acemding to the rates of the Equitable Society) secures the pay- ment of lOOl., immediately upon his decease, to thejndividual in whose favour the Assurance is made. Nor are the benefits of Life Assurance confined to such cases as that which has been mentioned. They extend to many of the ordinary tian.actions of life, which it is needless to particularise. In England those benefits are fully appreciated and have been extensively ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

Cfíe Courier. FRIDAY. JUNE 15,1832. ? ?»»a«.. ' tt is with ii« email satisfaction we are ena- bled to announce to our readers, on authority upon which they may rely, that in conste- j quence of thé déficiences in the post-office ar- rangements which we pointed out last week, it is' the intention of the Government to ap- point as many subsidiary post stations for receiving And delivering' letters as may'bo found necessary to render the establishment in every way complete and effective. By this means we may reasonably expect that every possible obstacle and objection will be -re- moved, and that our subscribers will be fur- nished regularly without fail with our jour-, nal, and that no miscarriages or purloining of papers will ever after occur. It was no more than we dreaded that several of our readers should be disappointed last week, but as the Government is resolved to render this great essential of information and civilized life in the colony as complete as the nature of things wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

GOVERNMENT NOTICE,No. 139, Colonial \Jf Secretary's Office, June 11,1832. The Lieutenant Governor directs it to be noti- fied, that all communications on subjects con nected with the Posl Office, are to be addressed to the Andiibr of Civil Accounts, with the words .. PeKt'OIHce*' marked on the envelop. By command of His Excellency.) The Lieutenant Governor, J. BUR&ETT. GOVERNMENT NOTlCE.'No.140, Colonial Secietary's Office, June 12.1832. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to «pprove oTihe following persons being appointed Javelin Men, to take effect fiom the 8tb inst.: James Cosells, free, William Reynolds, 403, Lady East. William West, 747, Andromeda." By command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. .- I Gi OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 141-Colonial r Secretary's Office, Jnne 12, 1832, The peiiods for which the ondeiraentipncd per- son» were transported, expiring at the date placed after their respective name, certificates of their freedom may be obtained t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

*> i - . NOTICE. Li '-'.i, , DERWENT BANK. 1ÍMÍK-ÍMÍCBAEL CONNOLLY is appointed MMJ^ Agent for tüe Derwent Bank at Laun- ceston^,* On $e l»t day of July next, his office will be open-at Launceston for the transaction of general batóorVg basineM.' î . C. SWANSTON, Managing Director* Macquarie street, Jane 6,1832. "yT*-^_-. ' IfôfôiAtâfrb HILL ACADEMY. MR."WNi|ra;X respectfully intimates, that the enat#g vacation will commence od he 16th inst., jkbtFterminate on the 4th Jnly. New Norfolk; June 5. _ { Î ?S*. LODGtNGS. WANTED to Bent, two or thrj the use ofa kitchen. James Wood, Liverpool street. j WANTED, s¿ BY the Rev. John Mackersy^n Assistant in, Teacliing. *\ Mr. Mackersy having preatlv enlarged his aç 'eommodations, is prepared to receive an addi- tional number of youn< Gentlemen as Boarders Terms as formerly advertised. WANTED, ¿£ S Nursery Maid, a woman who caméjftce to L the Colony. Apply at Mr. FrankpW»." TO BE LET, :age, fui consisting of four ! A Neat cottage, ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

TRADE AND .SHIPPING. Arrived on'Monday the 11th instaut, the schooner Harlequin, 71 tons, Mr. James Mur- ray, Master, with goods from Sydney 24th ha May. Passengers, Mr, Gordon, Mr. Lums !^dale,Mr.Pie. Arrived on Wednesday the 13th instant the Wig Alexander, 229 ton?, J.W. Greeñ.Gommr. from Sydney, with a general largo of goods, buster, cheese, oranges, &c. from Sydney, the 1st instant. Passengers, Mrs. Green, Mr. Peter Seal. The Persian, Capt. Friend, sailed on Tues- day for Launceston with part of her import cargo and goods for Launceston, from whence she is to proceed to London with a cargo of colonial produce.   ¿1 The Adelaide sailed on Saturday the 2nd., and not on Tuesday the 5th. instant -, The brig Funchal ,and the schooner Curren 4 ey Lass were both taking in cargo at Sydney, and maybe shortly expected at Hobart-town, laden, our readers will learn with surprise, with batley ) The transport ship Burrell, which has been to long expected at Hobart town, a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

MR» BRENNAND will sell by public auc r"lion, athis Repository in Xjverpóoj-st, this Day, toe 15th instant» at l8 o'clock, pre el*ely,~l cwt. Sydney cheese, of diferent Juality, «0 boxes of Cape de Verd .raisins', io o. of Muscatel do., 6 do. of starch, a quantity of Britannia metalware, a-variety -ot' furniture,* comprising, chests of .drawers» febles,, chairs ée a sofa cohered with moreen,,, brass fenders,, brass and stee|,fire^ irons, a quantity , of spices, lend - superfine hine cloth, St larc« cases of blacking, I pa injtpint and quart bottle», with an ¡extensive as- J sortaient of other merrbahdiie. , j . June 7,' 188»; J '-' -!-r- ,; . | ? GEORÚE LANGFORD, GRATEFUL to his very numerous friends and I the public in general for their continued patronage, begs to intímate to them he purposes shortly, retiring tiom retail trade, and is therefore selbngoff Ins very extensive ana general stock, of Choice pood'i at iiDprecedentedly low prices The whole of Ins stock havu g been boiigut...

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THE ROSS RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 June 1832

THE ROSS RESERVE. ?'0©'° On Tuesday, agreeably to the announce- ment in His Excellency's Proclamation, the | .sale of the magnificent Crown estates at Ross took place in the Court of Requests' room. The sale was conducted by J. H. Moore, esq;. the Collector of Internal Revenue, anda very numerous company, especially of our more respectable country settlers was assembled, some attracted by the great advantages and richness of this beautiful tract of country, and others merely from motives of curiosity to learn the priée so fine a property would fetch in the market under the present circumstances of the colony. Mr. Moore having announced that no bidding1 under ten shillings an acre would be accepted, proceeded to receive the biddings of the company. A very neatly drawn coloured map of the land, as divided into the several lots was hung up above the mantle-piece of the room open to the inspec- tion of the bidders. The land was very judi- ciously divided into lots of 4000 acres, having ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

ríMPOTJNDU», AT the Fu&lic Pound Hanlon, district i of .New. Norfolk, by Mr, John Brittain, 24th Way,' 1832:-, 1 black and while bullock, supposed to be branded W near bip, 8 split,» in right ear, < slope opt front of Jeft ear, damages claimed 10i. Impounded by Mr, ,W.. 8. Turner, of the ¡ Broad Belora,,,Jnne lOtk. 1832,. ' 1 red«teerr.fcr«MD,W,,off Ihigb. ianda brand jnearhip tyke ¿v damages,claiaiid ^uVponndige fee* 6d., .per ne*d .per.i day . food)anil, wa« ter Sfl.per bead per rfayj. ' If .these, f*$sjaJ*t be not be .not.obinwd; and redeemed, .witftihi tbe.4imei«ilowcd by l«w,( they will be told tat ¡rae artbe .«id pounoV ob Wed- nesday,the wMajMt July* next» according to thsproy/sjanp pf.lhe ifWp««adingl«cUJ. , - VV. ROADKMGlir, I'oandkteper. ¡ Dated this Utbjuac 183S. TO BE SOLD- Btf PUBLIC AUCTION, ? fly .MR, ELLISTON. ^hjs^art in. Argyj^trejt, o"n;Friday,,th«,g?nfi .jhst.^n.t^fojr » precisely;$rr. . ? , ,; TWO èlcgant'sbfas ¿overea wi|tbdrâbmofçen 2 sete c...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Monday the 18th inst. the bark Rubicon, 304 tons, Captain T. B. Daniels, from London 6th February, with a general cargo of merchandize. Passengers Mrs. Bell and 3 children, Mr. Leon, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Coward, Mr. Kent, Mr.T. and Mr. W, Botterell,Mr. and Mrs. Collins, Mr. James Butters,Mr.Moore, Mr.Smart.Mr.&Mrs. Fra- zer, Miss Critchard, Mr. Urquhart, Mr. Innes, Mr. Tilly, Miss Witton, Mr. and Mrs. White and 5 children, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Thame and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Lord, Mr.   and Miss Budds 2 children, Mr.Budds, sen.Mr. and Mrs. Ward and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, The. Henry sailed on Monday, the Harle- quin on Wednesday, arid the Aun Jamieson, and Harriet yesterday, all for Sydney with goods, &c. The Amity, Capt. Lovett, sailed on Wed- nesday for Tîew Zealand on a whaling voyage. The Rubicon iu coining up the river commu- nicated by private sign...

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The Courier. FRIDAY. JUNE 22,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

Cfte Courier. lill lill I I FRIDAY. JUNE 22,1832.' c Bills upon England cannot now be obtain- ed at less than a premium of 5 per cent, and even those who have to remit to Sydney are obliged to paya premium of 4 percent. These arc facts which, whatever may be said else- where, indieate in but too plain terms the real state of the colony. The balance of trade is against us. The demands upon us are more than we can meet. Wc import annually from England alone to the amount of about 300,0001* while our total exports, do not exceed two thirds of that sum. How is the deficiency to be made up ? By the Government expendi- ture ? No, for that does not equal, much less exceed the revenue. The charges of our mili- tary do nut amount probably to more than 12 or 15,0001., and the convict establishment has been placed on so wholesome' a footing that the purchases of the Commissary are compara- tively trifling. His drafts on the Home Trca sury have for some time been decreasing, and not only is tha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

Died.-On Friday the 15th inst., at his resi- dence in Liverpool-street, Hobart town, John Llewelyn Roberts, Esq., after a tedious ill- ness, aged 44. The requisition to meet at the Police Office, on the 4th of July, at 11 o'clock, and correspond ence of the Campbell town settlers is unavoida- bly postponed till our next, as also several other advertisements which were too late for inser- tion.

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LIFE ASSURANCE. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

LIFE ASSURANCE» (Fronva Correspondent.) «« The TFi'doio, the Fatherless, the Orphan, the-dependent Friend', and the'Creditor." Pamphlet on Life Assurance. In the former appeal made to the publié one material distinction between an assurance company and an assurance society was laid down, namely, that tlic longer a parent Jived who hits his life assured with a company the toorse for his family, thus inducing a feeling in the bosom of his children that his existence was a barrier to their pecuniary benefit, whilst on the other hand a parent who assured his j life with a society had the gratification of Those who advocate the formation of an ' assurance company do not pretend to say that a'subscribed Capital is necessary as a guaran- tee, the utmost they venture to assert is, « That'itisrathcra matter of precaution than otherwise," and upon this assumed matter of precaution only du they, rest their claim as traders, to appropriate to their own private emolument 13s. 4d. out "of every 1...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

TO MASONS. ANTED 3 or 4 Masons, free or ticket of leuve. Apply to W. F. BROWN, Builder. Davey street, June 21, 1832 w WANTED to Rent, for twelve months, a strong useful Horse and C'ait, Any per- son having one no to dispobe of may apply to Mr, Stracey, Collins street. WANTED, S Nursery Maid, a womanîwho came free to L the Colony. Apply at Air. Franklands LODGINGS. WANTED to Rent, two or three rooms with the use of a kitchen. Apply to Mr James Wood, Livcipool street. TO BE LET, ON a building lease, in Elizabeth street, a valuable allotment of 60 feet in front, eligibly situated for a retail business,-Apply to the Printer. ; ORANGES AND LEMGNS. JUST landed from the Alexander and Hate quin, and on sale at the stores oof the un- dersigned, wholesale wnd retail! 130O dozs., of the FINEST ORANGES AND LEMONS ever imported from Sjdney. WOOD, & Co. Liverpool street. TO GARDENERS AND JSURSERYMENV TO BE LET, for a term of years, an allot- ment of ground, situate about one mile from St....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

PURSUANT to Re???. proposed at a Special General Meeting of the Proprie- ters held on the 24th last for increasing the number of shares to ???fioft. Notice is hereby given, that a list is open at the Bank for subscriptions for the said Shares,   upon the terms of the resolution. J. RANKEN.     June 15,1852.       BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   AT a General Meeting of the Proprietors held this day, A. F. Kemp, Esq. President in   the Chair.'   Mr. Edward Wilkinson as Cashier, and Mr     Thomas Giblin as Accountant were elected with-   out opposition. Four Candidates appearing for   the position of Collector, the Meeting prooeeded   to a Ballot when Mr. John Marshall was declared   duly elected.   Moved by Charles McLachlan, Esq. and se-   conded by J. T. Collicottj Esq...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 June 1832

THB > GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAÏN8 : Bg His Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenanl^Gotemor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, WHEEREAS by an Act or Ordinance, in- tituled, " An Act to regulate the im- pounding 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 im- pounding of animals therein for trespass, and instead ofsttchlpounds or any of them, to substi- tute others, and appoint kcepcis of all such povnds, and may of such ponndkeepers to displace as to Inm may seem meet.-Now therefore I do by this my proclamation, direct and pioclaim, that the pound or place connnonly used as a pound, at present erected, or which shall within one month fi oin the date hereof* be erected, for ihe pin pose of being used as a public pound, at the place hereafter next mentioned, shall be a -public pound for the impounding therein of "animals t...

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