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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 October 1820

Three prisoners, named William Kenny, John Jones, and Charles Fleck, who have lately been fully committed to take their trial before the Criminal Court by the Magistrates at Port Dalrymple, were yesterday brought over from that Settlement by a party of soldiers and constables, and lodged in gaol. The former is charged with the wilful murder of a free man of the name of William Pigeon and the two latter with feloniously stealing and slaughter- ing a calf, the property of Captain Ritchie. One of the whales which was taken last week in the river by the boats oftheRambler, was towed along-side that vessel on Sunday, last; where a number of persons in boats gratified^ their curiosity by viewing this enor- mous animal. Birth.--Lately, at Restdown House, Mrs. Alfred Thrupp, of a son.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

Hu HONOR the LIIUTINAKT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear,in ïh$ HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER,figneám\b any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Offi$id( Communication* made to thofe Perfons to whom they may télate. ^ (BY COMMAND OF HIS HOMO») H.'E» ROBINSON Sèwetary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

British Extracts. ! The following (ketch of Sierra Leone, ia annexed to the journal of the Commifliooeres " The colony of Sierra Leone ia fituatéd oa the fouth bank of the river Sierra'Leone, in atitude 80 degrees 30 minutes rforth." " Freetown is the principal town, {landing on St, George's Bay, fix milos from Cape Sierra Leone," «. Tue local fitoation of the) colony ia admirable for health and commerce, Tua fea.breeze his frae acccfi, the mountain« are high, and the river is navigable by *be largeft {hips." " The population exceeds 12*000, Thefe «re the firft fettleis from England and Nova Scotia, the Maroona from Jamaica, thofô who have hèpn liberated from captive ilave fhips» and a few hundreds from'the adjioent tribes.' i\lL-lhofe are people of colour, To thefe may be added the Europeans, who are civil and mi* litary officers, religious ¿cachare, merchante/ and mechanics; The coíonifls íufUia moll of the fuHordtnite offices. >** The fchoplsare very flouriihing. Nearly 2000, ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

We are enabled to state, that there has been during the present year nearly 25,000 bushels of wheat, besides a large quantity of meat, for- warded from this Settlement to Port Jackson, by the various vessels which have sailed from this port ; and that about an equal quantity of wheat has been exported from the Settle- ment of Port Dalrymple to the same place— making a total of not less than 50,000 bushels.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

MRS. Mary Madden proceeding to England   by the earliest Opportunity, requests all   Claims to be presented. WHEREAS my Wife, Margaret Banks, hav- ing eloped from her home, without any just Provocation, leaving me with her five small   Children;—This is to give Notice, that I will not be responsible for any Debts she may   contract on my account. THOMAS BANKS.     HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - On Monday last sailed for Port Jackson the   brig Jupiter, Capt. Risk, with 3100 bushels of wheat and other produce; also, The ship Actaeon, Capt. Gordon, with 1200 bushels of wheat; and   The ship St. Michael, Captain Marsh. Remains in the harbour, the brig Sophia.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

N, OTRAYED, lately, trorn tho Farm ot Jofeph ? *^ Berrieford; four young Sleera,,viz. two, möüie-colored enea with W B J branded on tjie oear hip, a large one with J B on the like place, and the other a dart brown, branded with AC on the left hip alfo, the Property of Wm. Le Y i ft on, who will handfomely reward any Perion who will give Information where they may he found. ? TRACED* ..intothe Flock of EDWARD LORD, Efq. at the New Plains, 23 Sheep of varioua marks.-The Owners may haye the fame by applying to John Calicut, as above, and paying the neceííary Expellees; but if not claimed within 14 days fro m this date9 they witt be Sold to defray Charges; , ' 1 OnCfi.-Fifry-eignt Head ot , Cattle, . branded H, having ft rayed away from their Grazing Ground It Jericho (the Property of CHARLES HOOK, Efq. of Sydney) ; this ii to re que ft any Perfon having any of them in their Herds to acquaint the uoderfigoed, that tHe neceííary Meafurca mly be taken te collfcHhem.-If any of them aro det...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

NEWFOUNDLAND.--It is a fact worth re- cording, however difficult it may be of belief, that in Newfoundland there should be, at this day, a race of men less known in Great Bri- ain than any other people upon the surface of the discovered globe. The Red Indians are an aboriginal race of men, who were found along the coasts of the island, at the time of its dis- covery by Europeans; but from the ill usaga they received on all sides, they have long been compelled to retire into the interior, and to fly from every animal in the human form, as their certain and most deadly enemy.--In the   north of the island, they are frequently visited by predatory parties of Esquimaux from the Labrador and murdered wherever they are met; in the south, they are literally hunted like wild deer by the Micmacs from the neighbouring provinces, and slain for the skins in which they are clothed, and we may form a probable esti   mate of the treatment they have been used to experience...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 14th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 October 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town. Saturday, October 14th, 1820.     THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having directed, that the 3d supplementary local Article of the Port Regulations, which regu- lates the landing of Boats in the Vicinity of this Port, shall be altered, by the Omission of the Words "after Sunset;" - It is hereby notified accordingly for general Information, that the Article in Question is now prohibitory of Boats landing at any Time on the Beach   adjoing to the Port, between Mulgrave Battery and Sandy Bay Creek on the one Side, and Macquarie Point and the Point usually called Hangan's Point on the other, without special Permission. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.     COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, September 23d, 1820.     LIST of Persons to supply Meat for the Use «*" of H iu Mij eft y'a Magazines in Van Die men's Lind for the Quartet ending ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

His HONOR \he LIIUTKNANT GOVERNOR has thought properlo direft, that all Public Communication* which way appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, «re to be cpnfidered as Official * Communications made lo thofe Perfons to'whom tlicy mty relate. (BY COMMAND OF His HONOR) H. E» ROB I NSONJ Secretary,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

The following report of a remarkable pro tluce io wheat, we copy from the Farmers' journal of NôVé lo: SIR, Hillings. Sofíex, Nov. 6,1819. ID October 1818, after ftaeping 1* grainaj of wheat in fait and water, Iputlhem into the ground, 6 inchea apart. Thay all vegetated, bett 4 out of eue 12 were eat hythe worms:: the raft did *ot mska much mew during She Winter, the afpeft being very unfavourable on the weft fide of à high hill, which precludes the fun till near 11 o'clock. I forbore lo hoe, or life any other means io accelerate their growth« being determined to let nature, per form its own operations. Ia Aaguft following, I cut my crop, and found the number of ears to ba 113 5 or near» Íy27*o a grain. 7/hen I had cleaned the wheat, I weighed it, and found it t6 ba 12 ounces and a quarter. Upon weighing ao ounce) I found it to contain 680 grains ; which, multiplied by 12* onnce»,the whole weight gives 8,330 grains» which is 1,041 frptn each grain that came to maturity.-Finding the ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

From "European publications we copy the following :. Summary Advantages of uiing Salt in Agri- culture.-!. It operates as a manure to ara- ble land ; 2. It may be of use in promoting the fertility of waste land : 3, It ia an effect- ual remedy against the smut; 4. It preserves the seed, when sown, from vermin ; 5. It pro- motes the vegetation of oily seeds; 6. It in- creases the produce of pasture land and mea- dows ; 7. It improves the quality of hay; 8. It renders coarse food more nourishing, and moist food less injurious to cattle and horses; 9. It preserves stock from disease and improvea their condition; and 10. It has a tendency to pre- vent the rust or blight in wheat. I A new mode of determining the longitude at sea is said to have been invented by Capt. R. Tucker, of the Royal Navy. The calcu- lation requires only six lines of figures, and the observations'have reference to the positi- ons of the various stars, tending to redúcele errors into, a very small compass, so thatt...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

The General Muster in the districts of Cla- rence Plains, Herdsmen's Cove, and New Norfolk, took place before His Honor the Lieutenant Governor on the days adverti- zed, in the last and present week ; that for the district of New Norfolk finished on Tues- day the 24th, when the Lieutenant Gover- nor and suite returned to town. His Honor left again on Thursday, to hold the Musters in the districts of Pitt Water and the Coal River.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

ON SALE, at the Stores of Messrs. CURR and MASON, in Bathurst-street, the Cargo of the Victorine, now lying in the Cove, from the       Isle of France, consisting of an Invoice of Silks and Ribbands, elegantly assorted, superior       white Sugar, Claret Wine in cases of 60 gal- lons, Burgundy Wine in cases of a dozen bott- les, Rum and Hollands Gin in Demijohns of 5 gallons, Cognac Brandy in half pipes, and in   cases of 1 dozen bottles, Foolscap and Letter Paper, a few cases of Hardware, consisting of Axes, Carpenters' Adzes, Padlocks, &c. &c. a Breakfast Set of Porcelain, Smoking Tobacco   and Pipes, Bourbon Chocolate in boxes of 25lbs. Almonds and Raisins in do. do. Grenoble Ral-     asie, Mace and Nutmegs, Eau de Cologne, and a Pair of superior Mill Stones. STRAYED, from Kangaroo Point, a few Days ago, two Oxen, one branded on the off...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-Yesterday arrived, under jury-mast, from the Isle of France, the Schooner Victorine, Captain Vinay, with merchandize. - Passenger, Mr. Crammond, owner. - By this vessel we derive no news. She has been only six weeks on her passage, having left Port Louis the 13th Sept. This day, as our paper was going to press, arrived from Sydney, the ship Guildford, Captain Johnston, with 250 male prisoners.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

CAUTION.-Whereas feveral Hand Bills have lately been ftuck on^he front door of my Premi(cs< in Macquirie-ftreet, Whereby ehe Paint thereon haa been ftript off ¿ and whereas lorne evil-'difpofed Pelion Or Per ion« haveidrn downlhe Paling of my Allotments oi Ground in Collina-ftreet, at the back of m> private Re fide nee :-This is thercforo^o wart) ill Pirties concerned,«hat fhould the like Of- fences be committed after this public Caution, legal Proceedings will be reforted to ; and in order that fuch Depredators may he more ef. feiftually dete&edj a Reward of Two PoumU Sterling will be paid to any Perfon giving fuch Information as may bring lhem*o Juftict« T. W. BIRCH. F Ok 6 A LI, atlho Houle of Mr, BREST, in LlvarpóoMlreet, íhe following Articles;1 on the very I o weil Terms for Money, or ftore able Wheat, or Meat :-Superfine hats, cam brie muflin, Uaodanna handkerchiefs, China ditto, 1*3, fügaV, iobacçô, tooth; nail« and fha» vjng brufhes« patent padlock«, k...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 28th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 October 1820

GOVTl AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government H olí fe, Hobart Town,1 -. Saturday, Oílobcr 28th,. 1S20. ¡ MR. Ji H; CAWTHORN is appointed Chief Piftrift Conftable, Infpeftor ©f Slaught- ered Stock tad Pcruod.keeper, for Aha Dif» trift of Now Norfolk and Nsighbourhoedi vice Thomas Murphy, removed. By Command of His Honor "* The Lieutenant Governor, . H. E. RoaiNiON, SecrctiryJ COMNflSgARIAT. OFFIC8> HOBART TOWN, ,Sept*;nbor 23d» 1810. LIST df Porfona.to iupply.Meat for the Ufe . of Hi« MijeftyV Magazines iff Van Die me/i'a Lind for lbs Quartet ending 28th Dec. ATHOBART; TOWN.-Nov. 3-Tt A. Laf. celles, Efq. 2opo, Mr-, H. Xhrupp 5000, Mr. Wilfon 800» R. Mofgio, jun. MOO, Miís Mor gargoo«: 10-Mr. J ».Rifely 4500, WIT. Gre» gory.450P,fSjtynei.and.T/oy 3500. 17- VIr. äv! Cía vin 2500¿/W,;Kearpey 8oo, W» D*vii lOOQrA. F* Kemp, Efq. 4000, G. Oakley 700«. %4-T-Mrá. Roberts 5000t Jofeph Wright 12000, Mr#.Fit3ge:rald.iûoo>, William Prèfoell íopoi Tiborna« Clarke.50o. 30-Mr, David Lord 3000 "Mr.. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper lo di reft, (Hat all Public Communications which tu'4y,appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE and SOUTHERN REPORTER* iigned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official rnmmunications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OP HIS HONQB) «. &> ROBINSON, ¿ternary*

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Parramatta, 9th October, 1820. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOVT. AND.GENERAL ORDEKS.I Government Houle, Parramatta,] Qth October, 1820. Uvil, Department., Cr IT being tf profan ltd to-ino GOVERNOR thil ' ?ihr Form proícribud in the Government snri ' General Orders of the 19th Ultimo, for tiriw. . iog Siors R¿ceiptij ia not To fecoró agajnil . Fraud at ¡t ought to be, in»fmuch «s it is dravvn payable lo «* Bearer^ urhtreby in Cafe* ! of Theft or Accident Store Receipts may'be begocilted to the Prejudice of the Owner, ' without the regulir Meaos of Datqaion ; sod j it bein; tñíy to guard againil fuch Rifle by ¡ introducing tha Word .. Order" inftcid of " Bearer," which will require *b*t. aJL Sto.re. Hecoipt« fhftll be duly indorfed in like. Man/ier ! 48 Bills of Exchange when negotiated from one . tferion.io another :-It is therefore ordered^ md diie&ed by His EXCELLRKCY, thatth« Deputy CqmroiiTary General, or Officer at trW Head of the Commiffaria* Department of tyew ' South Wales and its DepenVdeocit*, do give ' Orders that all Stçr...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town. Saturday, November 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS» Government Houle, Hobart Town».' Saturday, November; 4th, 1#£0 THE LIEUTENANT GOVBEWSO*. teen »c neceflary, from CircumlUoccs of¡ recent Occur/encc, to.recommend and to enjoin in the ftrongeft Manner.fto the Settlers.Ihü.necefllt^ of Regularity and Vigilance with Refp'eftlo) their Convia Servants. In a Settlement of this kind, .wbejre the Po- pulation is greatly d.iffuiod, no Regulation that can be framed, no Exertion of theMsgif» tracy in enforcing thofe which exift, concera« ing aíligned Servanti, can 'VM!, unlefs.the Sel- lier will do his Pirt in* enforcing the necefTaryr Reftreint which the Law impofes, and, lutho« rizes him to impofe, upon his Convict Set vant« During Ahe LIEUTENANT GOVBRMOE'E Progrefi through the Country *t the General Muller, he ha* found Inftanccs where the Sat* tiers h«ve allowed their Servants to live at ? DUtance from their own, Dwelling», (o that the Employer could be little acquainted witb, or aniwcrsble for, their Conducl ; an...

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