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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

To the EDITOR of the Launceston ADVERTISER.   Sir.-Observing in your last paper an article upon the Van Diemen's Land Company, wherein, by unanswerable interogatories, you expose, very   candidly, a port of the grievances imposed upon   the public by the said Company not devoting its capital to the purposes in which it was engaged to be vested, as the express conditions of the charter—I beg to call your attention to one or two facts which you have omitted : The first, in my opinion, is, an intolerable abuse, and an un- warrantable stretch of privilege.         When the schooner HENRY was on her late         whaling trip, it was discovered, that on a certain island in Bass's Straits, there grew a species of Black Wood, admirably adapted for the purpose of making oil casks. One of about eighteen gal- lons was made on the spot from the timber ; ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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ENGLISH WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

ENGLISH WANTS. ? Jl ' ' ' ' ? ? jranted, by Mr. Hunt, a maid of at! work, who «ili undertake to stay ip his service for oue year. W she can give lessons in English grammar, her wages will, be 'risen' in proportion. m Wanted, by the tones, in both Houses, a single /good argument to prove that it would be moie I dangerous to grant reform* thao to refute it; or bone single historical fact to prove, that u people Jhnay be governed more easily bV oppression than If wy justice. m The highest price will be given for any satisfac-. m totf demonstration of a revolutionary spirit m amongst -the people; and loyal folk may count IT io receive full value for their broken windows. I Wanted, by the newspapers in the tory interest ' a tumble of five per cent, in the public securities ~« deadly quarrel between Lords Grey and Brougham— a fire in Kent— a Cholera Morbus— a faminf — a rebellion— an earthquake— or any other diversion in favor of '* the venerable institutions of our fathers.' ? Wanted, fo...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

TO THE EDITOR. Feraz presents his compliments to the Editor \ t-f the iLA'uWcesfOii ASVERt«SEE, find would ? feel obliged.by his giving insertion to the en 1 closed short letter^ ? -?? ??; .:»^rtijf.!-ofi - -., - .! ?; ? - ? i ; . To the Amiable Nauticds. I Sir.— Your voluminous and angry epistle in t ii* day's iNDti'EVbE'kT1! taVe pe/oBed BHd re X eruBe^t ^jt^; ^he(i«nBfttefit.fitteoti9nj biitdflipot s;e any thing therein contained sufficient to war r int my departing in-«oy, iway -from any thing which I have already safd. To follow you tnrouen all the/ varibusibifts anfe friritiingB, 4bteffuges, practised, would require more time than I feel disposed to Waste— more roimn thah* the AoVeft* Ttseft w.ottJd spare, and more attention than the publ&wotiid be willing to bestow. Very briefly then shall 1 r^ply to those parts of your commit, fiiratton relating to tn'yself. The wmpiiments which you are pleased tpoay ] ♦o me, { feel so very aotjeserviiig of. that I, can- not Tetain, ...

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1831. RETURN OF THE POPULATION IN THE POLICE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

l«3l. - RETURN OF TflE POPULATION IN THB POLICE DlfiTHICT OF LAUKCBSTON p .f«e-iMafes,. I504? F«wlest 766. Coiwiefs— M^les,lU7; F«na»e8,232. TotaJ-r^ales^^i 5 'Females, 1000/ '^ijsofts empJoywd in A^riealture 560,; ^aflufactures^ST;? Commerce, Sp4.

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VESSELS COASTWISE, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

VESSELS COASTWISE, : Value Bod despnptjpa pf Cargoes not entered in '''. i ^ , } we above return : ?. inwards^Shiift, *30; Tons, 5487; ' toutWartfs,— BhipF,^^ j Tone, 1954^' ''

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RETURN Of MANUFACTURES, MINES, AND FISHERIES IN THE POLICE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

UETURN m MANOFACTORES, IHNES, AND FISHERIES IN THE POLICE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. Manufactories— 4 breweries ; 2 tanneries ; 2j wind tionr mills; 3 water flour mills; one distil-] Jery. Ships built — 1 schooner, 50 tons. Mines and quarries— A,free-stone quarrie at Middle ArnJ River Tatnar, not in work ; , a lime-stone quarriej at Middle Arm, River Tacnar, hot' in «K-rk.| Number of ships, and boats emj-l^yf,dTl St**P. »' SObotitB. Remarks— Fish id great vSariety and inj great abundance. .' -. \ Poat REGULA.Ti9N8.r-Jf any Jhiflg, more than the repeated representations of t*ie Jidrbmir'Mas ter, be required to .i^ce ..^he Gpyernmeet to frabie and publish a code'of !Port^eg«iytSoti6 for this place, surely the late- otcurf^oGejB ,ai-eijsu$r cient. We have repeatedly noticed the annoyance Which boats efcbetfehee 'by r^^'1;*' ^e warjps SS^ ^^Wifh?h*Se^f^^ek^Wtts%^ ^pt entaqg!^l;;boppf;^kh was s&ipjJ^iinT nred, and the tnen in the other cut tnp impedi ment away. The^lpaof'ttte*fe6fel...

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RETURN OF THE PRODUCE, STOCK,& IN THE POLICE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

^HE POLICE DISTRICT OF LAONCESTON. Crops — tind number of acres of Laodineadk crop i-rWtmt* ^80* 5 barley^^98.; Mt$999.H\; peas, 59| 4 potatoes, 317^ ; beans,. $ ; .turnips, 366H 'English grasses, 1636; total, 1OO86|. Number offices of .uncultivated ;Land, 1 16,496^. Stock— Horses, 669; horned tattle, 13,464; Sheep, 161,372; goats, 36. Nature of produce and the quantity of each— Wheat, 5637 bushels ; barley, 2541 ditto; oats, G843. ditto; peas, Wi ditto; bpans, W ditto; potatoes, 323$ tonsj ternips, 661 ditto; feay, 1648 ditto. Price -of projdqlce— Wheat. 4s, 6jdu per ba$hej J bprle^ ^ ditto ; oats, 5s. ditto ; peas, 8s'. mlip&pmtoaB$t m per ton 5 hay, £A 10s. ditto- ', ' .. . 5

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CHAIN CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

CHAIN CABLES. [From tirVSYbi«EY:'t*AZEifcE.l A letter has been put into pur bands by Captain Baigrib, of the (ship Ja.^, now in this port, suggesting an improvement in the use of chain ca bles. * Its merits' can be judged of obly by naoti cal men; but, as it com.es from; an ojmcer in His Majesty's navy, and is authenticated by his signature, we readily assist in giving it publicity, H. M.S. Maidfitone, Simons' Bay, Cape of Go6d Ho^e^fept. 6, 1831. , My Dear Sia,-f-As yoa appear to agree with me in a suggjpstiort J made to you respecung the I buoying ot chain cables to ease a snip, and also I the chain and anchor,. when riding in' agate of I wind, perhaps you will hajfe the goodness to I make it known to all those whom you may think I it will be interesting to, that they mayUdopt it I or not, as they choose. . , , I Y'bur's truly, I JOHN POLE. I P. S — If this suggestion is good, it may be the I means of saving many a vessel from shipwreck, I and. therefore canbot be made too publics...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

8Vn«rW — By the arrival of the Helen. a$ Eobart To»« from Sydney, j»n her way to Swan Rmr and the MaurUiug, w,«. have our- .file? of 4he Sydney .Jour nals completed down to the 3d instant. Their '(Contents are of no particular Ipqal importance. The Australian of the 30th ultimo, contains the following answer from the Governor to the Ad dress ((vFhich will be found in another page) of the inhabitants of Sydney, on His Excellency's assuming the government $— , , „,. 'I receive with the greatest satisfaction fhe.eK,. preSsion of dutiful aud loyal attachment to His Majesty's -Person- end- «over«iBe8tj'«ontained-itt the Address of the free Jnhablunts, of Ni-w South Wales. ? t wilitake the earliest opportunity *l fnakingkriowo tHeir sentiments to 'the King. : ' I tee! pleasure m beiog fcssured,--that the Colo nists are firm in t,heir attachment to the Constitp ♦ ion of the Birer^ *tete« The free institutions of the Mother, &-ji9trjr )bave created wn$ preserfed its happiness and gl...

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RETURN of Imports and Exports to and from the port of Launceston, during the year ending 5th Jan. 1832:- IMPORTS. ESTIMATED VALUE IN POUNDS STEELING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

RETURN of imports aod Exports to and from -he Port &% Launeesioa, during the year ending $ik Jan. 1832:— «nUATEI- VALVE IV FOUNBt «I«BUKO. Asticks XiipoatSD. Gt. Britain. N. S. W«3es, Agricultural Implements 1056 15 0 153 0 0 Apothecary a«8 0 0 10 0 0 ' Boots and Shoes, S87 0 0 i»l S 0 Putter, -&20lbs.) .. .. 156 0 0 Beef a. d Pork -93 casks) 43 17 0 388 19 6 Cheese (18,585 lbs.) 48 * 0 651 IS 3 Casks {empty) (60) £0 0 « .... Cedar - 117^36 Jeet) -. , .. 1444 I 5, Earthen waie (14 crates) 147 « 0 3d i« 0 Glass, -34 0 0 .39 9 O Guns and Muskets, ICO 0 0 .. .. : Hosiel-y and Haberdashery 469 15 fl «7« 11 1-0 Household Funiiture, '99 5 « 187 « 0 ; Hals and' Cans, fil© 5 9 549 12 « IrotW-4rr. & Hardware 2924 7 0 '. 2362 12 0 Live Stocic, - l^W 0 0 «368 0 0 Malt Liquor, 1217 0 0 1419 0 « Milliner*, »2 « « .. -. Oilman's Ware 331 6 7 683 3 0 ' -Piece Goods 2G7S 1° 0 1642 8 5 Silks, 220 0 0 843 15 0 ? Slops and Apparel, £551 3 10 3044 7 11 '?Stationery, &J4 ...

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ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

-I)DBES$ TO GOVERNOR feOtJRKE. - - The following is the address we alluded to lai t ? *week:— .'.?'????? . *£o H'ib Exceliency, &c. &c. &c. May it please your Excellency, *Vi' Jj&*% .His iMaj^sty*^(6y^; a^d dutiful subject*, .the free inhabitants of New , South Wales, help i!^fi|i:e!toi,appM)ach your, B^cellefiev, with pur cor , irffaliCongja^ujatibns on yoUr appointment to the ??fiwWV' ^arV' -8^ ywtSM dVlnm$ endurance, MiMpar\\jlr9m the yisitatifns of providence, ««18iWft from ^)w^W»(|(i!!!*gowrn -t]^nLJF^, hail' your JBfceHenCy's arrival among /Mivm t^dAW^cf a liappier era, atfording the rWPP^^ ^f fP^^GhT^ tyVPty)p-Pt9*pdfify ' and lbs' Sw'^^MWiMPiP'P^8* -W*. pM?Pith .^nJn?^ a ^rell' ^n«9ndj™ hjojp^ji lha|, with ,th^ termihfttion of tin * . JfcmrabSie^ea^onfi, ,-jLhe reign of discord *ah\4 wtror goud felloFI^P attftmg us; aoS re.prorTuce TOur* society that confidence which has been so Ion* a»d -o wantonly suppressed. As;the sure means of effecting s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

HOB ART TOWN. npHE Committee pf the Independent .-Cha» -?-pel beg to lay the following statement of their Finnnc*»s before 'the public :— ' ' ' . Amount of Contracts entered into for purchase of ground, Masons, Brirklayers, Plasterers, Car pritiefn and Joint1 rs1 work, .;^.. £\$6Q 7' 4 jMnpoot or Subscription £\Q16 16 8 ?? Of which has been reed. 825 }6 8 . ? kill to be collected, i - 189 0 0 i... ? . ? ... ?:?- .-??' t-a ??.-?: ?..-. ?? '.. , 104-4 16 8. Leaving a deficiency of 554 YO 8 ' '*2; '.'': '. ~ £1569 V% %he Committee rVslre to express their grateful . acknowledgment for (he support the interest has received, and earnestly request the continued as. siitanre of the friends to the cause and the pub! re at large towards the completion of the undertak ing. ??;. ? Subscriptions will be received by Mr. Hopkins, Treasurer. LuunceRton— at the olfice of the Laonmton Advertiser, and by Mr. James Corbett, Ironmonger. Upper Clyde— Captain Clarke. Uew Norfolk^-Mr. Undley. Green Pohds-^...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

WfcDNfeStuy, JAN. \it 188& .THE friends of Lnunceston will peruse, with pleasure *he official returns of Imports and Jbixports fur the year ending 5th January 1832, which we 'have the pleasure to give in another column these returns, as coin pared with those of the . preceding year, shew ao eocrease of imports in round num bers of 5700/. : of exports, 6900/.: givitog a balance of 1200/. in favor of the encreased exports. In the comparison between the tolal exports and the total imports, as well as between the exports and imports to New South Wales, a balance appears against the Colony on the whole of 6,£4OZ. ; with re gard to New South Wales of 8,100/. Our Sydney neighbours have no reason to com plain therefore, of our Wheat being sent to (heir market, seeing the immense ship ments they make in return. One circumstance appears very gratifying, which is, that the whole of our exports, with the- exception of about 600/. only, are the produce nf the colony. With regard to the c...

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OPENING OF THE NEW COAL WORKS AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

OPENING OF THE NEW COAL WORKS AT NEWCASTLE. We have the pleasure to inform our readers,' ? Chat the new wharf ot the Agricultural Company at Newcastle* was opened on Saturday, the ICJth current, by the Sophia Janets receiving, pro forma, the first two tons of coals from the new' workings, and which^ we understand, were of excellftiit quality. Sir Edward Paihiy was pre tent, and was accompanied, on board the steamer, by Dr. Brooks,' J. l\,the Eev. Mo TfUiELREtp, and several other gen tip men ;of respectability ; while a largfe.concour.se of people were assembled on shoTe, on this. novel and interesting -occasion.. As the Sophia Jane .procefdvd majestically tp-' wards the wharf, two wagons* .each .Containing ed plane. from the pit's mouth, *w,ith. flags flying, andVamidstthe cheers of tbe CwmpHny.'s setvauts ; two empty waggons- being^rewn-upvtiie .plane jit1 ?? the same timefViijr tbedescaudingt iveight of tbe full ones. The tetter then; travelled along tfiV level railroad %Uh great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

JUST IMPORTED from London, and now open tor Sale, at Mr. Brown's Stems comer of St, John's and William's st^eu,. opposite thp Commercial Tavern, 50 boxes ladi^ Curled Hair Frontlets, all colors, at 7s.- and up. wards, 50 per cent, under the regular price. ' Ladies wanting a supply of these articles, may be accommodated, by calling* or sending their colours, as above, any day this week ana next, from 10 until 4 o'clock each day. A few superior Lace Veils, Caps, aod other lace goods. Launceston, Jan. 10th, 1832* » . Public Found, Norfolk Plains, . . January 14th, 1832. IMPOUNDED BT Mr. William Lyohs, on 9th Dec. last:— 1 Bundle Bullock, with white belly, marked P on n^ar trip, Damans £\. Poundage 6d. pe- day. .Food and water 3d. per day, - Impounded by Mr. John Fleming, of the Van Diemen's Land Establishment, on the 10th of January instaui i — 1 Black cow, with a ridge of white on the back and belly, left ear off, right ear tip**, mark ed R C on the near hip, with a. female calf by he...

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NUMBER & TONNAGE OF SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

NUMBER & TONNAGE OF SHIPS. iTrom Great Britain, 5 Ships, |«34 tons. ;.;?*?': Br|tish Colonies, 25 '— 4317 ,-n- : OyfwAEDs,— '?'',. : .?-/,' . - i^O Great Britain, 10 Ships S001 tons. British Colonies, 32 - -v- 3080 '^-^ , ?? ?? ,,' f .-? - -. . ?;(;?'? :????'? ?,- ?????-?? - '

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ADVERTISEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

ADVERTISEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY. Wants— a courtly situation, One Sir Joseph Surface Peel J Any thing to serve the nation. Any place— not uugenteel. Terms no object— advertiser Is as harmless as a mouse ; Owns (with candour) that he's wiser Than his friend at A ps ley House. Character is more than spotless, Does not mind the dirty work ; Thinks (with candour) that he's not less , Than a Chatham or a Burke. Begs to recommend bis cousin, . Several— who have not succeeded ; Knowl-With candour) there's a down Who would do— whatever he did. Wanted— for reforming uses, ? Aiding ministerial steerage, Twenty haters of abuses— ' ' Rnv- material for the peerage* Wfcoted— wit and eloquence, Both for Goolbarn, prone to stammer ? Forihe Duke, a dash of sense ; And for Hunt— oh! Cobbett's grammar, WanVs * place, a drowsy Speaker, (Nightly tired of trash called wit) - In some office, where the seeker Might a ofeiptng-partner sit. Also, for the House next session, Knaves to call tbe press a spy, And to...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JAN,7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

FROM THE HOBARt TOWN GAZETTE, .SAT(JJRi-AYfl JAN» 7, 1888. FRANCIS WRIGHT, per Ask 3. has teen deprive* of hU Ticket of leave for improper MMitttct. l » - ' , J .' _ ' . TICKETS-OF-IiEAVE.-JoKn Peppell. 4»» *T-Jot» Ey&ni. *o, CERTIFICATES— Margaret Hart. Providittpe ,S— Esther tie Wife of Joseph ttolmes. Midtts-ChBri*sOarijiw. Clyde, WILLIAM SMITH *m -teen appointed * SpjscW £onBuble in the District *f Norfolk PIbuji, . ?.?-?'.

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EXPORTS, ESTIMATED VALUE IN POUNDS STEELING, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

EXPORTS* ESTIMATED V&tUS IN POVIfM Sffg)M.tN0, ?'..;?'? * Akticms ExpeETEB, Gt, Batata -N, 3, Wiles/ Barley & Oats, .... 10 0 ? Bark, Mimosa, (2059 tons) 3373 0 0 .. .. Curiosities, , 46, 0 0 ? ,... FlooH ' : .; '.. W8 » «. Hides, (85 casks) ?- 368 * 0 ««O 0' Potatoes -25 tons 7c wt) *. , .. 120 2 0 Bum, (U punch. Shhds;) ... 136 6 0 9U, Seal, (4 tuns) ... .. ( m * 0s Skins,. Kangaroo, (10,892), .. ?.. 482 15 4 J)itto, Opossum, (2,366) 110 0 - -Rl W 6 Ditto, Seal, -2,625) . f$7. 19 0 778 0 0 *tjtnber and Wood, 20 0 0 . .. . . WKfeai, (74,109 bus.) inO , .',... - :,, . fading expt to SwanV 8G10 « 15G91 3 p. River and Mauritius, ) ..'.., Wool (2202 bales) 240(55 4 0 793 13 p Winfe, i ?'..?? .. 4 io b I5nenumerated, 27 * 7 084 fl 0 Total, ? 31276 I 7 19672 19 19 Amount of, Exporte, to— i Western - Australia,; ? 2509 14 9 / Mauritius, (Wheat only) ., i860 0 0 Madras,... ? 24 6 0 Total Amount of Exports, £54,932 : 4 : 2

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

MISCELLANEA. To Mariners.— The Layton, Hurst; in her voy age last year, from Sydney to Manilla, on cross ing the Caroline chain of Islands lighted the Hogolen Island belonging to the Buietm Group, and passing to the NW she discovered a reef, ex tending 2 miles SSE from the southern part of tbe Island Anonima, in fi° 30' NJat, and 150 E Ion. narrowly escaping shipwreck on Me reef. . ? ' ^riKiitnv. ? TltaV A-morfonn fihllt t'l'rien'tub.llK* CiptrXntfftSir, wbict r«rrive'd here 65 tnV31st of May, from Sumatra, made the following report : Captain Endicott, bfs second mate, and four men, were on shore weighing pepper at a port on the coast, called Qualah Battoo* where the ship was at anchor. , Captain Endicott had sent one boat load off, and was waiting, while the Malays were getting more pepper ready, when, observing an unusual bustle among them, he sent tbe mate down to the beach to see that ali was right on board the ship. The mate returned, and report ed to him that the ship was fill...

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