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INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 18th May, 1841. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 18th. May, l841 TITLE DEEDS. Deeds of Grants in favour of the under-mentioned individuals are now ready to be issued on payment of the amounts due thereon to the crown. LANDS GRANTED. Jervis Mears, 36p., Hobart Town ; Joseph Bonney, 214a, Malvern, Cornwall; Mary Facey, 2r. Kip., Hobart Town; John Boyes, 1r. 24p.,ditto ; Arthur Maynes, 10p., Launceston; John Gell, 106a., Pembroke; James Smith, 320a., Dorset; Susan Ross and V. Griffiths, 19a. lr., Parish of Hobart; Gamaliel Butler, 9p., Hobart Town; Robert Hepburn, 100a, Glamorgan; ditto, 100a., ditto; Arthur Maynes, 22p., Laun- ceston ; George Scott, 3r., Campbell Town ; E. P. Butler and R. Pitcairn, 2060a., Buckingham ; Thomas Anstey, 10a., Oatlands; Richard Dry, 10a., Launceston; John Fawns, lr. 34p., ditto; Edward Gee, 7p., Hobart Town; Susan Ross and V. Griffiths, 75a. 2r., ditto ; John M'Conuell, 13%., ditto; Simon M'Cullogh, 40a., Monmouth ; H. Harrison, 330a., Wincanton ; Charles Howse, 69a. 1r.. Monmo...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 107. Colonial Secretary's Office, 17th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 107. Colonial Secretary's Office, 17th May, 1841. In reference to the Government Notice, No. 194, of the 1st August, 1832, relating to the regulations for Medical attendance on Convicts in private service, and for the admission of free persons into the Colonial Hospitals, the Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be notified that those &nbsp; regulations must in future be strictly enforced; and that &nbsp; the Medical Officers in charge of Hospitals, upon whose responsibility Paupers are admitted, will be held responsible in case of the non-payment of the fees into the &nbsp; Military Chest. His Excellency also directs that the Certificate, required under the Government Notice, No. 193, of the 26th July, 1834, for the admission of applicants in a state of destitution, or objects of charity, into a Hospital, shall in all &nbsp; cases be signed by the Minister of the Parish or District, who, having the best means of ascertaining the n...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Port of Hobart Town. Arrival.-May 20-the r.chooner Marys, 61 ton«, Clinch, from Adelaide, 12th instant, with sundries, Reeves & Co., agents _ 25-the bark Eudora, Addison, and the schooner Adelaide, from the whaling stations. 25-the schooner Naiad, Lindsay, from Port Phillip, with sheep. Departures.-May 24-the bark Hindoo, 310 tons, Van Zuilicoin, for London, with sundries. 25-the schooner Agnes and Elizabeth, 74 tons, Mitchell, for Port Phillip 27-the steam-ship Sea Horse, Ewing, for Sydney, with a quantity of wheat, barley, potatoes, &c-passengers, Mr. C. Degraves, and Mr. Ross, of Sydney. . IMPORTS. Vessels entered Inwards from the 1GM May to the 22rf May, 1841, inclusive. Pur schooner Lillias-200 sheep, 10 casks tallow, J. F. Strachan. Per schooner Marys- 20 hhds brandy, C M. Mudie ; 20 chests tea, R. Blackburne ; 7 casks pork, 27 kegs butter, 2 cases 1 cask hardware, D M'Pheison ; 167 sheets copper, 24 stoves, G. Clinch ; 1 truck, 1 pair wh...
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 15. Colonial Secretary's Office, 27th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 115. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, 27th May, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the general objects of the following Act, about to be brought under the consideration of the Legislative &nbsp; Council :- "An Act for applying certain Sums arising from the Revenue receivable in Van Diemen's Land to the Service thereof for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, and for further appropriating the said Revenue." It is proposed to appropriate out of the Revenue of the &nbsp; Colony the following Sums, for the purposes specified. £ s. d. 1. Establishment of His Excellency the Lieu . tenant-Governor ... ... .... 2. Executive and Legislative Councils . 3. Colonial SecretaryV Department. 4. Survey Department. . 6. Colonial Gardens .... 6. Treasurer's Department. 7. Markets, and Inspectors of Weights and Mea- sures.'. 8. Audit Department ... .'.. 9. Customs Department, Hobart Town ....
100,000 THALERS AGAINST A KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
100,000 THALERS AGAINST A KISS. The town of Slutgard, in Suabia, has been greatly ex- cited of late by a trial which, after passing through all the minor jurisdictions, has armed before the Supreme Court of Appeal at a strange and unexpected denOueimnt. Heir G discharges the functions of pastor to n village not far from Stutgard, and is distinguished as much tor his probity as for his disinterested character Rapidly ap proaehing the close of a long and honourable career, he I has but one eui lilly treasure, upon vi Inch all his affections are centied-his daughter. Veionica justifies tier father's alleclion alike by her talents and extreme beauty A joung painter, named P., became enamoured of her su- perior attrictious and solicited her baud. Veronica saw und lo» ed lum , but her father's prudente intervened and eventually dismissed the suitor when he had ascertained' that r.'s entire fortune consisted in his pencils and his hopes as an aitist. To the sobs of the pretty girl the vene...
HOBART TOWN POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
HOBART- TOWN POLICE. Charles Ross appeared to answer the complaint of Wm. Saunderson with having assaulted" him ; Mr. Saunderson not appearing, Mr. Ross was discharged. John Doe fully committed for trial for illegally pawn- ing a gun, tbe property of Richard Williams. ' Luke Cullen; ticket-of leave, charged ' by . constable Short with being in town without a pass ; committed lo the house of correction for fourteen days. Matthew Riley and his wife were examined on a charge of felony and remanded. John Blake and Ralph Eddlestone charged on suspicion of house-breaking by constable Short; remanded for fur- ther examination. Alexander Mackenzie brought up from Tuesday on a &nbsp; charge of embezzlement preferred against him by his em- ployer, Mr. Wilson, the brewer; committed for trial, but allowed to bail, himself in £200, and two others of £100 each. Mary Ann Pearson, ticket-of-leave, charged with being in a public-house after hours ; throe months' hard labour. William Burke, t...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
LOCAL. MONDAY, the 24th, being Her Majesty's birth-day, was kept as a general holiday. The royal standard was hoisted at the battery, and H. M. ships Erebus and Terror and several of the vessels in harbour amongst which the Sea Horse steamer was gaily conspicuous, were dressed out with flags. All the signals floated at the signal staff, and that at Mount Nelson was simi- larly adorned. The troops in the garrison, under the command of Lieut-Colonel Elliott, K. O. L. I., paraded in the barrack square, and at twelve o'clock fired a feu de joie. A handsome &nbsp; coal black charger of Colonel Elliott's, which was led about by a trooper, terrified at the report, started and exhibited one of the finest pictures we have never seen The attitude of the animal excited general admiration. Mr. D'Arcy in a few minutes afterwards drew a very sprited little sketch of him. At one o'clock H. M. ships Erebus and Terror fired a royal salute of twenty-one guns ; so also the Eliza, government sc...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
FOR LONDON-The first-class bark MAY- FLOWER, 350 tons register, THOMAS HEAD- &nbsp; LEY, commander, has the greater part of her cargo engaged, and will have early despatch. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Headley on board, KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to New Wharf, May 17. ASKEN MORRISON FOR LONDON. - The first-class brig JOANNA, 300 tons burthen, JOHN LOVETT, &nbsp; &nbsp; commander, has the greater part of her cargo engaged, and will have early despatch. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Lovett on board, KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co, or to New Wharf, May 17. ASKEN MORRISON. FOR SYDNEY. - The first-class bark EUDORA, S. ADDISON, commander, will sail &nbsp; to the above port on Sunday, 6th June. For freight or pas- age apply to Captain Addison on board, or to New Wharf, May 26. ASKEN MORRISON. &nbsp; Commercial bank.-Wanted, an ACCOUNT- ANT for this establishment, to reside in the Banking &nbsp; House ; a married...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 21st May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. aisí A/uy, 18Í1. Notice is hereby given, that the followiug claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by the Commission ers appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 21st day of July next, on or befoie which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered : George Woodward, 35p," Hobart Tonn, originally located to Edward Dumaresq, who sold to J. L. Burnett, who sold to claimant; claim dated 11th February, 1841-Bounded on the north west commencing from Frances-street by 305 links ex- tending along an allotment now occupied by Joseph Gellibrand Jennings, on the north east by 74 links extending partly along an allotment to Thomas Haskett, and partly along an allot- ment granted to John Merger, on the south east bj 310 links along an allotment granted to Henry Wilkinson to frances street aforesaid, and thenre by 83 links along that street to tbc point of commencement. ïhomas Williams, 2560a., Dorset, originally located to John Archer, who so...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
STEAM CONVEYANCE from HOBART TOWN to SYDNEY _The splendid and powerful new steam- ship SEA HORSE, (500 tons burthen, 260 horse power,) ARCHIBALD EWING, commander, is intended to sail for Sydney on or about the 15th June Day and hour of starting will be intimated by future adver- tisement*. Apply to Keru, Alexander, & Co. New Wharf, Hobart Town, May 26. *&ÉÍLFOR MELBOURNE and GEELONG.-The ¿SSäai well-known regular trader first-class brigantine ADELAIDE, Captain JOHNSON, will be despatched within ten days after this date. For freight or passage apply to New Wharf, May 27» Wini«, Garuett, St Co. sFOR MELBOURNE, PORT PHILLIP.-The fast-sailing schooner TRUGANINA, JOHN ÍIIS COE, master, having the greatest part of her cargo en- gaged, will sail for the above port on Sunday, the 30th in- stant, and being of light draught of water, will deliver goods at Melbourne, without the inconvenience of boating. For freight or pa&lt;¡sage, apply on board, or to Old Wharf, May 2...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
MISCELLANEOUS. Lord Brougham a Smoker.-When Lord Brougham was in the zenith of his fame, ere he took his prodigious leap from the floor of the House of Commons to the woolsack in the Lords, he most certainly derived great benefit from a pipe. When he was working what may be called treble tides he smoked a pipe between each spell, and returned with renewed vigour to his multifarious labours. After having mystified the box of common jury men in the Court of King's Bench, he look one pipe in the afternoon before proceeding to the House of Commons ; and after having spoken for two or three hours, profusely mingling wit with wisdom, aud instructing his opponents while he flayed them, he re- turned home to smoke another pipe before sitting down for an article in the Edinburgh Review. On the conclu- sion of the labour of the day he took another pipe, as a composer before going to bed, probably bearing in mind the advice of Lord Bacon, who recommends those who value their health to seek rep...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 108. Colonial Secretary's Office, 19th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 108. Colonial Secretary's Office, 19th May, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be notified to the under-mentioned individuals that their applications for Emigrants, under the terms of the Government Notice of the 14th May last, will be transmitted by the first opportunity to the Secretary to the Board of Emigration, No. 2, &nbsp; Middle Scotland Yard, London, with a request that he will afford every information to all applicants, and instruct the agents at the several out-ports, at which such Emigrants are proposed to be selected, or embarked, to do &nbsp; the same. John P. Bilton, James Foyle, Joynes & Greig, Button & Waddell. &nbsp; By His Excellency's command, JOHN MONTAGU.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1841
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Milmenrura Murders.-A letter was received in town on Monday last, with a sight of which we have been favoured by Major O'Halloran, stating that Dr. Penny had received intelligence from one of the natives at En- counter Bay as to the spot in which the remains of Capt. Barker, the celebrated Australian explorer, murdered several years ago, were deposited. On going down the Murray, -Dr. Penny found at the spot to which he had been directed-not Captain Barker's remains-but those of four more of the passengers of the Maria, thus making twenty-three out of twenty-four, of which number the pas- sengers and crew were composed, whose remains have now been discovered. A complete list of the names of these ill-fated persons not having as yet been published, is given below : Passengers.-Samuel Denham and wife;-Children, Thos. Denham, Andrew Denham, Walter Denham, Fanny Denham, Anna Denham; George Young Green and wife, Thomas Da- niel and wife, James Strutt, Mrs. York, Mrs S...
THE CABINET. THE PILGRIM CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 June 1841
THE CABINET. THE PILGRIM CHILD. A stranger child, one winter eve, Knocked at a cottage maiden's door ; " A pilgrim at your hearth receive Hark I how the mountain torrents roar I" But ere the latch was raised, " Forbear 1" Cried the pale parent from above ; " The pilgrim child that's weeping there, Is Love I" Tho spring-tide came, and once again, " With garlands crown'd, a laughing child Knock'd at the maiden's casement pane, And whispered " Let me in ;" and smiled. The casement soon was open'd wide The stars shone bright the bovver above Audio I the maiden's couch beside, Stood Love I And smiles and sighs, and kisses sweet. Beguiled brief summer's careless hours; And autumn, labour's sons to greet, Came forth, with all her fruits and flowers. But why grew pale her cheek with grief? Why watched she the bright stars above ? Someo ne had stole her heart-the thief Was Love? And winter came, and hope's and fears Alternate swell'd her virgin breast ; But none were there to dry her tears, ...
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 June 1841
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Hobart Town during the week ending 1st June, 1841, inclu- sive :-Barley, 450 bushels ; flour, 269 bags and 3 tons. Return of Grain and flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston, during the week ending 29th May, 1841, inclusive: Barley. 170 bushels ; oats, 2940 ditto ; wheat, 750 ditto ; flour, 25 J tons. G. II. Barnes, Collector.
GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 June 1841
GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4f/i June, 1811. Ship mails will be closed at this office as tinder : - For Calcutta, per Affiance, to-morrow evening at (Ive o'clock precisely. For Swan River, per Elizabeth, via Launceston, on Tuesday next. And for England, per Peter Proctor, on Friday, the 18th inst., at the same hour. F. C. Smith, Postmaster-General.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 112. Colonial Secretary's Office, 24th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 June 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 112. Colonial Secretary's Office, 24th May, 1841. The period for which the under-mentioned persons were transported expiring at the date placed after their respective names, Certificates of their Freedom may be obtained then, or at any subsequent period, upon application at the Muster Master's Office, Hobart Town, or at that of a Police Magistrate in the interior:- &nbsp; Augusta Jessie.- John Boston, 30th June; William Coates, 30th ditto; Benjamin High, 30th ditto; George &nbsp; &nbsp; Hope, 30th ditto; Thomas Muthern, 30th ditto; William Roberts, 30th ditto; Thomas Smith, 30th ditto. &nbsp; Cumberland.- Richard George Harris, 12th June. Claudine.- William Noon, 10th June; Samuel Richards, 10th ditto. Edward.- Elizabeth Ockinden, 14th June. George the Third.- Stewart Calder, 23rd June; James Elliott, 30th ditto. Hector.- Janet or Jess Falconer, 9th June; Catherine McKay, 23rd ditto; Eliza Ross, or Elizabeth Hunston, 23rd ditto....