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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

JUST Arrived, per Boddington, Captain Taylor. some very superior old Port Wine, Claret, and pale Sherry, in hogsheads, quarter casks, and cases, which will be sold on the lowest terms, by Mr. Kerr, at his Stores in Macquarie street. A SETTLER in the interior having ampi« ruo for 500 or fiOO EWE8 on the Itiirth, «¡. be happy to treat with «ny Gentleman for flic «âlfri Apply to Mr. Young, Solicitor, Hobari-town. ''

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

tha VAN D1EMBNS NK. to tha Van Diemen!« me vacant, I beg leave ê for it, and to auure wanting on my part to !stabüihinent, should I Int. Sentlemen, Sar Moat Obedient Servant, THOS. Y. LOWES. Hobart town, March 8,1828. To tha DIRECTORS and PROPRIETORS of the BANK of VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (ÍBHTLMMMN, 1BEG leave to offer myself at a Candidate to lill "the vacant Situation of Accountant of yonr Establishment ; and, ahonld I be so fortunate aa to prove the object of your choice, you may be assured it will be my study, by an unremitting assiduity in the discharge of the duties of the office, to merit the confidence' placed in me. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very Obedient 8ervant, CHARLES ABBOTT. lierehSth, 162fl. ," , To the PRESIDENT, DIRECTORS and PRO- PRIETORS of the .BANK OF VAN DIE- MENS LAND. LiUIBS AMD GÍNTLKMÍN, THE Situation of CASHIER to your Bank ha- ving been declared vacant, I beg most respect tally to offer myself as a Candidate for the »ame. Should I, by the favou...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

i THE ttOBART-TOWN COURIER SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1828. [ TH; Emigration Committee has given in its third report, and it is with unfeigned satisfaction we inform our readers that its deliberations have been attended with two brilliant discoveries. The one is, that by   sending over great numbers of poor labourers to America the wretchedness of the emigrants themselves has   beet! tno often increased, rather than diminished, and those renewal of human misery will be prevented ; afeé jth«*otber. is, the conviction of the Committee thbt 1 á* groiif demand for labour prevails in Van Dieroen's land, and New South Wales. However wonderful it if that these two orying truths did not before appear te the Committee, the knowledge of them though late ¡s not the less gratifying, and we anticipate from them iDc.mos't happy' results. Had the restrictive laws of England admitted freely the public prints of the co- lonies, much misery would long ago have been pre- vented1, an...

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

THE ENGLISH MAIL. , ^Onthe 18th of October the King prorogued Parlia- ment'from the 2áth of October to the 20th of De- cember. , The Duke of Wellington acts rigidly up to the principle of promoting on the ground of priority only, no private interest, however great, having any influ- ence whatever. , The Chief Jnstice of the Common Pleas maintains that a witness is bound to answer a question, though it should tend to the degradation of his character, provided only that it does not amount to a crime. A theatre called the New Brunswick is rapidly rising , in Goodman's fields on the East side of London. Application has been made to Parliament for a bill to make the long spoken of canal between London and Portsmouth. A revolution, it is said, has taken place at Ben coolen. The English -and French squadrons continue to blockade the navies of Barbary and Egypt in the port of Navarino, offering to the world the extraor- dinary spectacle of twenty vessels shutting up and overawing a formidab...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

    TRADE AND SHIPPING. On Saturday the cutter Currency Lass sailed from Launceston for Sydney - On Sunday the cutter Caroline arrival from Sydney, and also the schooner Resolution, from Kangaroo island, where it had been for Salt, but has brought none. On Sunday the 9th instant the brig Caledonia. Captain Laconforque, the purchaser, sailed for the Isle of France by the way of the island of Timor, where the vessel was to take on board a cargo of ponies. She takes from this place a quantity of colonial leather, the manufacture of Mr. Hodgson. On Tuesday the 12 instant the ship Calista, 310 tons, Samuel Hawkins, commander, arrived from London 1 November, with an assorted cargo of   British goods, and 320 Saxon sheep - touched at Rio and took on board 460 baskets of Tobacco, and sailed from thence on the 9th January. Passengers from   London Mr. and Mrs. Bunster, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Pairil, Messrs. Harris,     Andrews a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 March 1828

WANTED, TrtV Ute VAN DIBMEN'S LAND COMPANY, i- ; S'SyiMlf'-l not Colonial. Salt Pork 41,80 do. \ ' tt Hyson Tea 224 do. . ^ &Tn-HiD' or 1 SOO lbs, ! Blaok Ditto j J * . ?* , 1 . Salt lOowt. i ' ., ."" I Raisins H21ba. , . ,,\ , Cheese, 112 lbs. , Coffee, SO lbs. ;" Salt Batter 1)2 lbs. Pearl parley, 50 lbs. [, Tobacco, 300 lbs. , Train oil, £ ton. Mustard, 24 lbs. , I Snuff, 12 lbs. - Samples ticketed, and Tenders sealed and endorsed as snob, with the prices stated in words at length, will 'lie icceived by tbe undersigned, till nine o'cluok on Tuesday, the 18tb inst. Hie articles are to be deli- vered in proper paokogos in Hobart town, at the sel- ler's expense. , ^ STEPHEN ADEY. Dare j street, 7th March 1S!¿8. ? AA GENERAL Meeting of the Proprietors of the j 'JL*. Cornwall Bank, will be held at the Launces- ton Motel, Launceston, on Saturday, the 29th day ,) of March instant at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of electing Directors, Cashier, Accountant ami Solicitor, and also to...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

THE COUNTRY POST. Ross.-The amount of the sales at the market here last week, which actually took place on the spot was about £13000. A good deal of business was also transacted after the Fair at the Inn, especially in the   way of barter, letting of rams, &c. ; and the general communication of the different wants of the company     assembled at the meeting must be productive of great mutual advantage. Steers sold at, from £4 10s. to £6, wheat, 9s. per bushel, sheep, 14s, to 16, horses £50 and upwards, young cattle, 60s. to 70s.     We have been attacked again by the natives. They have murdered two men, one within a few chains of Mr. Hill's garden fence, and the other a shepherd ia Mr. Horne's employment. Mr. Simpson and most of     the settlers in the neighbourhood have been in search of them but but in vain. So terrifiedl are the shepherds   that they have returned home ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

' B\NK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. IN consequence of the recent abitraotion from the Bank by the late Accoontant of a Snm ander Two Thousand Pound», the Preaidehtand Directors of,that ¿stablishment feel it »doty incumbent apon Í thri», in order tn prevent unfounded Reports, to make known to the Pablio» that the whole has been re- covered excepting a Sum under Two Hundred Pound«, ami that while tim prosperity of the Company ian he hy no lueana afieoied by this unfortunate t>ccu i . mite.* mcaaorea have been adopted by which a repe- tition of such a circumstance is effectually prevented. A. F. KEMP, President, ilohirt-town, March 0,1828. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rWMlXZ Mtnation of, CASHIER and ACCOTJNT I. ANT being now vacant, stich Gentlemen as aie'qti -liiied to undertake the duties of these offices, r»A|S'(.Uvely, and are enabled to provide the neces wir j Securities (the particulars of which will be known byYetetfome to the Bank) will please address them fivlve* io Gi F. Read, £&am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

PETER FIN. THE celebrated Horse PETER FIN will stand at Wanstead Park, daring ifce re- mainder of the Season. M1 TO SHEEPHOLDERS. ESSES. DONALDSON, WILKINSON«* C, _.__ beg earnestly to impress on the holders of Sheep in New South Wales and Van Diemen's lund the importance of their having the utmost ntlent).)!» exercised in washing their flocks, and of their flrctti being packed for the London Market free of ti,B coarser parts, and divested as much as may be possible of all soil, impurity and damaged locks, Bssurii.,. them that attention to these points will make a um, lerial difference in the proceeds of theirconsignnienlj not only by increasing the worth of the quantity s»nt' bul in lessening the charge of the worse than useless" weight in freight. D. W. & Co. would also urge on all Flock-mastc* the essential importance of improving the quality of tlnir fleeces by judicious crossing from Ram» 0f the purest full blood obtainable cither Saxon or Merin», as may be most congeni...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

' -S'Aïiïî'BY AUCTION. ,-»,. Br Mfs DSrib JfiiAMY, v\ At ilif Derwent Aücliou Mart, on Tuesday next the ,2Alh Instant.- " ' .¿1XCBLLENT Whiskey in lots of, Five Gallons, JJJ S Cribs for* Children, a Chest of Dm vers cune' bottdin and cedar Chairs, Shoes, Waistcoats of great vsriety, cotton Handkerchiefs, Braces,Shirt Buttons, ' velvet 'Pincushions, black silk BrairiV^whiie and coloured Lace», Thread, Needle-cases, Watch-glasses of sizes,"«eel Curling-tong», Hinges, Iildia and Bri- tish printed Cotton!, Stout Calico, Irish Sheeting. A set of Brass mounted Gie Harness, a set of New and a set of Second-hand Horse Harness, a Time- piece,' Saltpetre, Pepper, Ginger, Vinegar, Mustard, Turnip, and a variety of Garden Seeds, with various ether Adióles. The. Sale will commence at 12 o'clock. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No, 58. Colonial Secretary.'« Office, March JO, 1828. THE LlEHTB>AST GoVKltxon ha» been pleased tu grant the undermentioned Indulgen- ces; . TICKFT* OF rKAVF, AT HOB\RT-TO\VN, Te " ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

ET. TEW ^DAY», issuing ship "BUDDING. Tay lor, Commander, has lods. e apply to William. Dawes, 'essrs. Kemp and Co. ÍND LONDON. ist sailing brig TRAftMlïîlE Ï85 tons burthen. Captain A. king in cargo at Launceston for Ih, and will sail on or before the I Oil» "---^-r 'considerable part of ber cargo bung alreaay^îigsged, early application «ill be desirible. Any articles intended to be shipped by this v< «sol, will be-warehoused free of expense to the shippers, by Messrs. A. Thomson & Co. of Launceston. For Freight or Passage apply to Messrs. A. Thomson & Co. or Captain A. Wales, at Launceston ; orto the undersigned. STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart-town-town, March 7, 1828. "" BRIG LION. _A£g"T?OR LONDON direct, the fine first class Waarjr brig LION, will return to this Pott from Sydney, on or about the 10th of April, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged at Sydney, will only bave room for a few Bales of Wool. She bas superior accommodation for Pas...

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EXTRACTS FROM A JOURNAL (Intended for Publication,) kept by a Country Gentleman, during a short visit to Hobart Town. Sunday March 16,1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

EXTRACTS FROM A JOURNAL (intended for Publication,) kept by a Country   Gentleman, during a short visit to Hobart Town. Sunday March 16 ,1828. Arrived in town early - had an excellent drive over sixteen or eighteen miles of as capital a line of road as a Gentleman need desire. How beautiful is the scenery along the banks of that noble river! Near the Lime Kilns I disturbed several large broods of young wild ducks. Fell unawares, near the outskirts of the Town, into political conversation with a   stout gentleman, violently opposed (on principle) to the present Administration. He praised, however, the undeniable improvement in the streets and roads, which he declared "formed a fine trait in the     Governor's character." Took up my quarters at the   Macquarie. Went to Morning Church - quite crowded the Ladies most fashionably dressed - Heard an   eloquent, and consolatory Sermon. Left in high   spirits. - Mem. not to da...

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ROSS RACES. FIRST DAY'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

  ROSS RACES. FIRST DAY'S RACES. Race for £30, given by the Clerk. - Two Mile Heats. Mr.Waddle's bl. f. Bagatelle . 1 1 Mr. Gilles, g g Osmond . 2 2 Mr. Kemberley, cb. g. Cannon Ball % X, i v j ", Match,. 20 Guinea*. > * J"1 } ""M^r. Home's g..g. Whistlrjacket 1 (Rode by G. Horne.) * ' Mr. M'Leod's I», tr. Talisker . » "( (Rode by R Willis.)-A capital race, Match 10 Guineas -Owners Rider*. ; Capt. Briggs' g h Saltan . 1 , Mr. Frank's g. h. Jemmy .S , * Silver Cup, value £50, given by T. G.' Gregaon, Ela. . Mr. Abholt's g ¿P.P. . 11 (Rode by Mr. Gregson ) - ' Mr. Kimberley, b. g Mistake . t ( Rode by Mr. K ) ' Mr. Massey'» h. g. Hit-orrai«»-^ f (Rode by Mr. M.) J Mr. Clayton'« b. o. Chase vT n:.i--J . (Rode by Mr. Hardwieke)r v,n**n*' , , Capt. I liorna»'» b. h. Ranger \ w «.-> < ?> (Rodo,by Capt. Thomas) ?* Match 20 Guineas.-Owners Riders. Mr. Lord's g h. Jack . . 1 Mr. Collicott'» b. g. Dandy . 9 SECOND DAY.-WEDNESDAY. Sweepstakes «5 Guineas, with £...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 March 1828

THE   HOBART-TOWN COURIER SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1828. --oOo-- We had, proposed to ourselves to enlarge in this day's journal on the distressing subject of the blacks, hut a'prçs» of temporary matter obliges us to post- pone our observations till next wrrk Meanwhile, we would briefly disclose our plan for effectually re. moving tin» 'serious drawback on the progress of the »olony, for'it is remarkable that while our friends end aonresponaents call out loudly that something mutt he done, no one takes any active steps toward» it. But we must one and all, people a» weil as govern- emnt,-ant tfiir shonldrr» to the wheel, elie the aid of Hercules wjll never come« 'The case is this-the black nativeaare «etuhted with a determined hostility to every white m the island-their thii st for blood i« evidently to be striated only by extermination, their cunning is ncrs»ive,-it is utterly impossible to apprehend or identify the aggressor», and, ac- cording to the existing law, the presen...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Reflections on the ball on Patrick's night, arc una- voidably postponed. - The lines from Pennyroyal creek, if possible in our next. No JESVIT came too late for insertion. Erratum, in our account of Ross races in our last : instead of Mr, Jellicoe's bl, m. Maid of All Work, distanced, it should have been à horse belonging to , Mr. Rowe. Mr. Jellicoe ran no. Horse at thefraces. -a-.-u..._ fc^» Those of our Readers who have not yet paid their Quarter1* Subscription, are respectfully informed, that the first Quarter^ for the present Year closes with the Number of this day, and Ten Shillings is the price fixed for the same being paid in ad* vunae. Advertisers are respectfully informed, that all Adver- tisements of any length, to be inserted the same tieik, must be seul to the Office by Thursday noon, and that for shoit ones, delayed until Friday Morning, an SXTRJ CUJRCS must necessaiily be made.

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ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

ON THE DEATH OF Á YOUNG LAD*. 'Tis ever thus, 'tia ever thus; When hope has built a bo Wer, Like that or Eden, Wreathed about With every thornless flower. To dwell therein securely The self deceivers trust, A whirlwind from the desert comes And, all is in the dust. 'Tis ever thus, 'tis ever thus That when the poor heart elinga' With all its finest tendrils With all its flexile rings That goodly thing it cleavetb to. So fdndly and so fast, Is struck lo earth by lightning, Or shattered by the blast. "Tis ever thus, 'tis ever thus "With beams of mortal bliss - With looks too bright and beautiful For such a world as this ; One moment round about us, their Angel lightnings play, Then down the veil of darkness drops,' ' Add all hath passed away. 'Tis ever thus, 'tis ever thus With sounds' too sweet'for earth Seraphio sounds that float away, Borne heavenward in their hirth; The golden shell is broken The silver chord is mute The sweet bells, all are silent. And hush'd the lovely lute. 'Tis...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

ARKEt. Members of the " Rich ion," will be held at the on Saturday the 5th of [ted in the improvement d the adjoining districts, tend, as matters of very issltlers on this side the to the meeting. Gen ibicribers to the funds'of fully informed that Mr, the office of Treasurer, ¡ir subscriptions, 'taken precisely at twelve ERT ROBERTSON, . Secretary. 20,1838. TO SHEEPHOLDERS. 'ESSRS. DONALDSON, WILKINSONS Co .'beg earnestly to impress on the holders of Sheep in New South Wales and Van Diemen's land the importance of their having the utmost attention 'exercised in washing their flocks, and of their fleeces being packed for thev London Market free of the ' coarser parts, and divested as much as may be possible of all soil, impurity and damaged locks, assuring them that attention to these points will make a ma- larial difference in the proceeds of their consignments, ?Mt only by increasing the worth of the quantity sent, but in lessening the charge of the worse than useless fwcight' in f...

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THE DEMON SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

THE DEMON SHIP. 'Twai off the wash-the sun went down-t|ie sea look'd black and grim, for stormy clouds, with mur- ky fleece, were mustering at the brim ; Titanic shades ! enormous gloom!-as if the solid night of Erebus rose suddenly to seize upon the light ! It was a time for mariners to bear a wary eye, with such a dark conspiracy between the sea and sky ! Down went my helm-close reef d-the tack held freely in my hand-with ballast snug-I put about, and scud- ded for the land. Loud hiss'd the sea beneath her Ice-my little boat (lew fast, but faster still the rush- ing storm came borne upon the blast. Lord ! what a roaring hurricane beset the straining sail! What furious sleet, with level drift, and fierce assaults of hail ! What darksome caverns yawned before ! what jagged steeps behind! Like battle steeds, with foamy «lanes, wild tossing in the wind. Each after each sunk down astern, exhausted in the chase, but where it sank another rose, and gallopp'd in its place, as black as nig...

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ON THE REARING & MANAGING of SHEEP. (From the last No[?] of the Farmer's Re[?]). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

ON THE REARING & MANAGING^ SHEEP (From thelast-No. of the farmer's .Regute** " In rearing and managing a sheep stock to adVan tage,'two things should be particularly attended to ¡-^ 1st.,-Stock light, as overstocking both stints the' growth' of the carcass and fleece, and is'the cause, of . various diseases to which ¿sheep are liable. Fes». I score well kept will poy the' farmer better than fi», ¡score stinted ; itkbeing quite obvious that the léis> i ground any animal has to go over to filMiis belly- jtl j will have the moro time to rest ; beside«/ fall keep. j ing brings stock earlier to maturity, and the sooner' > any kind of stock is brought to its full growth ¡st ¡must ofcouise pay the farmer better. It should'bej j a great consideration to a large store farmer, not onlyi j to stock light hut to divide his pasture,» for rearing' i and feeding of his spare stock every year, and thereby ¡ bring his casts a year earlier to market» which is" a saving of a year's keep ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 March 1828

TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,   A HOUSE, CART and Ten BULLOCKS. The   House is situate in Elizabeth-street, known by the sign of the Stowell's Arms, and in good repair. Apply to R. W. Williams, Horse and Groom, or to Thomas Williams, Elizabeth-street. NOTICE. ALL persons who hare any claims upon Mr. FRANCIS HIKES, are requested forthwith lo present the same to the undersigned for liquidation. HENRY JENNINGS. Davey-street, March 25, 1828. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. LOST, .on Thursday ciening the 20th instant, a SILVÊtt WATCH, engine tnrned, capped and jewelled, with silver fare and gold hour figures, attached to which was a steel chain, gold seal end key. Whoever bas found the same and will bring it to the Printer, or Mrs. Watson, Spotted Cow, Liverpool street, shall receive the above reward. March 24,1828. -, i . n t i.. COURT OP REQUESTS. . v NOTICE is hereby given that this Court will be held at re.«' - HOBART-TOWN, » ,*> On Thursday the Seventh day of May ...

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