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SURVEY DEPARTMENT. NEW SOUTH WALES, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

SURVEY DEPARTMENT. NEW SOUTH WALES, 1832. 225 0 0 3ÎO 0 0 20 0 0 30 IO 0 12 4 0 21. 8 0 L. s. d. Surveyor General per annum 1000 O O Deputy Surveyor General - 600 O 0 Four Surveyors, two at 30Dl. two at 2S0I., one at 2701., three at 2401., one at 2251. 3500 O 0 three at 2201. and one at 1521. 10s. ;,, Six draftsmen, one at,,1751. two at 1701. one at 1621.' 10a 0R_ - n ouc at 1571., and une at yö/ lu ° 1521. 10s. Chief clerk - Three clerks, two at 1201. and one at 1001. Housekeeper » Two Messengers Lithographic printer - Two overseers » Forage allowance to l8 Sur- ggg ,Q Q \ ey ors at 2s.Gd., . Rations to 15 out uf 20 Sur- veyors at 111. 10s. per na- 172 10 0 num. Rations and clothing to 125 prisoners of the crown em- 2187 10 0 ployed in the Survey depart- ment . Surveying instruments and equipments to 2 surveyor» 2000 0 0 on field duty at 1001. per annum. f ,t 5, Incidental expenses i-;|" - 20 0 0 ROAD BRANCH. Six assistant surveyors, une atSSOl. one at' 2401. three at 2201. and one...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

VAN DIEMENS LAND Life Assurance Association. AGencial Meeting ol the shareholders will be held on Wednesday next, the 29th mst. at 3 o'clock P. M. for the purpose ot eximinin» the diaft of the deed nfscltleiiit.nl, &c. at the office in Elizabeth street. Hy order of the Director*, THOS Y. LOWES Actuary. -----.-.__i_ VENETIAN BLINDS. JW. WOOLLEY, Cabinet Maker and Un « dertaker, respectfully begs to intimate to his friends and the public, that he has received by a late arrival Venetian blinds measuring from 2 ft. 10 in. to 3 ft. 8 in wide, and fiom 5 ft. 6 in. to G ft. 6 m. Ion;:, to which he invites audition. N.B. Fiineinls tiirm<>h<d and attended, the trade supplied willi coffin fuinitute, hat bands, scarfs, shrouds, palls, &c. BEAUCHAMP HOUSE, LADIES SEMINARY, Longford, Norfolk plains. MRS. and the M1SSCS FOWELL most re- spectfully announce, that tue above esta- blishment will be opened for the reception of their pupils on the 1st Oct., when...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived last night the Manfield, 372 tons, Capt. Stainbark, the Downs 7th May, with goods, and 81 passengers. The Duckenfield was sailing up the channel as the Manfield was sailing out.   Arrived on Monday the 20th inst., the sloop Mary Anne, 27 tons, Capt. Thomas Middlemas from Swan river, 11th July, with sundry goods. Passengers, - Mr. Stocker, Mr. & Mrs. Clent, Mr. Ellis, Mr. R. Langford, Mr. Landgoane.   Many of the settlers we are glad to learn by this opportnnity, were for the most part said to be doing well. Great want of provisions, however, prevailed throughout. His Excel- lency Capt. Stirling, the governor, had gone home to represent to Ministers the state of the colony, and Capt. Irwin of the 63d regiment, had been sworn in Acting Governor. The following is a list of the passengers by the Lang, viz.- Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, Mr. Andrews, Mrs. Wood, Mr. Bartlett, Miss Mackglaid, Mrs. Burke and 2 daughters, Mr. Burke, Mr. B...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

NOTICE. THE undersigned grateful to his ffri<-nds and the publie for the liberal suppoit he has experienced since the commenced business as a Wheelwright and Millwright in Liverpool street, respectfully begs to inform them» that he has re- moved bis eitahlinhmetit to Elisabeth stieet, be- tween Mr. Ji ffrey's. Cabinet Maker*, am Mr. Brown's, 1 imber 'Merchant, where he hopes by low puces and good articles to merit a continu- ance of their support. Wind and Water Mills can be made on the most improved modern plan, and of the best ma- terials, as well as repaired in the most ¡.ubstan.« tial manner. JOHN M'LROn. N. B. Wanted a Wheelwright and a Black- smith- , As liberal wages will be given, nona but good workmen and ot so bel habits will be enga- ged. 1he> can be accommodated with board aixllodtfing. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, Aug. 13, 183?. ' 'WHICAT. REQUIRED to"complete the supply of Hil Majesty's Magazines, Hobail town,' Five to six thousand biiftbels of Wheat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

THE     GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS: GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 218. Colo- nial Secretary's Office, Aug. 22, 1832. The Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint Jonathan Clerke, Esq , to be an As- s¡stant Surgeon at Westbury, Police District of Norfolk plains, to take effect from the 18th inst. By command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 219-Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 20, 1832. Tickets of Leave have been granted to Job Whitehouse. 648, Sir Charles Forbes, and Agnes Murray or Read, 78, Borneo. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT     GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 220, Colonial Secretary's Oflice, Aug. 23. 1832, The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to   approve of the following alterations in the police of the territory: APPOINTMENTS. Mr. William Henry Mortimer, to be district constable for York district, to take effect from the 14th inst. To be constables...

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The Courier. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 August 1832

The Courier. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24,1832. One of the most striking and appalling fea- tures in the news received by the late arrivals is the lamentable progress of crime in England. During the past year the number of commit- ments had increased nearly one third-the to- tal number convicted being 85,257-sentenced to death 9,310, and the number executed 410. In voting the sum of 34,0001. for the Milbank Penitentiary in a committee of supply in the Commons on the 13th April, Mr. Hume very shrewdly and properly observed, that the fe- males confined in that prison should be sent to these colonies. Mr. Rice replied, (that the subject was under consideration, but Govern- ment could do nothing in it until they had re- ceived the report of the Committee-and a very pretty report, from the garbled statements they possess, they will make of it. Our pre- sent limits compel us to be brief, but we shall enlarge on this very important topic in our next. The sum of 173,2361. was at the same time voted fo...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

i "' to TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. ad Srn,-Tt is only necessary for me to state in reply to Mr. Murray's letter of three co- lumns, that about the 8th inst. I read to Mr. Murray, iu the presence of Mr. Kemp, the address which was adopted on the 13th. Mr. Murray then exprcssedhimself in strnnsr terms in favour of it, and said, " that it had in fact embodied several of the ideas which he had used in an address which he had prepared." I then strongly urged him to produce Iii» address at the meeting, and I pledged myself to sup- port it, if better calculated to accomplish the object, which we had in view. ."Mn Murray said no, the proposed, address was short anil to the point, and therefore he would keep his address in his pocket. He has done so-he declined producing it when invi- ted by me at the meeting, and now having himself signed the address, he has the CON SISTHNCY to write it down if he can Mr. Murray's OBJECT is quite apparent, but what the EFFECT will be I can-anticipate., J...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. SIR,;-It is understood that a communication from Mr. Gellibrand, in reference to my letter inserted in your last number* will appear In your.journal of this week. It would be unfair .-and it might be unnecessary-for mc to proceed farther in this important discussion, until the public has before.it, whatever that gentleman may wish to advance in support of his ctftirse of proceeding ; w»i/^»V-^"bccause it would be pressing my views with a double advantage-unnecessary, because if he refutes them, my further occupation of yottr columns would so become. I pause therefore until Mr. Gellibrand ik heard. . - In the mean tim**, however, perhaps it may tend still farther to elucidate the "experi- mental* system of Biennial Petition, to make reference to the proceedings in the great colony of New South Wales, in order to obtain a Representative Legislative. There, a Petition, not limited to the naked demand of rights, but that demand enforced by an host of*powerf...

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The Courier. FRIDAY. AUGUST 31,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

Cbe Courier. FRIDAY. AUGUST 31,1832. We ^consider ourselves called upon to invoke the serious attention of the authorities, and of our readers at large to the present situation of the colony. We have arrived at what we con- sider a most alarming crisis, when the effects of the very impolitic and deeply ruinous mea- sures recently adopted in Downing street are rapidly overtaking us, and which unless met with the utmost stretch of caution and fore- sight in our local government, and with the closest industry and strictest economy on the part of the people, must overwhelm the mass of the community with interminable misery and distress. Crown lands to an amount at which we tremble to look, have just been sold. The lots in which they were put up, consisted for the most part of spots contiguous to the farms of old settlers, and which were in a manner necessary to enable them to carry on their ag- ricultural operations with any prospect of success. How the means of effecting these purchase...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

. WANTED, A Blacksmith and Farrier. He must be a .gout! workman, as liberal wages will be given. Emly 'application is requested to be mude at titi» office. Hobart town, Aug; 29, 1832. ' ' < . roJTRi J H. WESIBKOUK, Surgeon,&c. bas'th« 1YJL pleasure to inform his Friends and the Pub- lic in general that he has now so far recovered from Ids la>e severe accident as to be able to re Minie his Practice..'.' . Colliiisstreet, August 30,1832. , CHEAP TEAS ON SALE. ON Sale very superior fine IBAS al 4l las. per chest,,'.at Air. M. Steels, Liverpool stteet. August KO, 1832. . , . HOBART TOWN BREWERY. lLt< Se COWLEY respectfully be? to ac ' quaint theil' friends and the public, that they have always on sale at the above establish- ment, excellent Ale and Porter, cither in wood or bottle, to which with hops,, yeast, malt and grain«, they invite aitentioh The highest price given for good English bar- ley. . .... .: .'?.;.. Am». 30, ,1831. ENGLISH GRASS SEEDS. JU...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

."V U '' )', " ' DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER- SHIP. NOTICE is hereby given. Hist the Partner- ship hitherto existing between Meurs. Tilomas aud < Abi alum Walker, is this day dis- solved by matu«) consent. lue deists due by and to the above firm will be settled by Mr. Abraham Walker. T. WALKER, ' r A. WALKER. Witness-Thos. Archer. Rhodes, Aus> 1«. 1839. » ' " ' ~ ; "IMPOUNDED, : ' ' *k T Elizabeth-town, New Norfolk, on the 15tb A^'áhtgúlt,-*»" > > » w w «i m. .» i . A bay Horse, with blass naos» and tail, white 'star1 »o' forehead,' sod. much saddle-marked, stans« I«} hands high, aged." , ¡v" , ; w , < s Hilf thet »aove snisssUt bp not,claimed and,, re« deemed before Wednesday the jqt« day ojÇSep. .ekWiH Will be ,sj»ld by «e at the s*id pepnd, according to the provisions «f the Impound ia* Ct# * ÖEÖRfcE **O0KV *:^.Xi\" PoasdkeVper. II: .w,i,JiiW!W.w.(ttlJ t 1S,Eowiandingfrom tl^ « Ltr^, and will offtr, .1 .foti;«»I«.« Ai» S^esin^acci^rifa.streejt,, a Vei...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING Arrived on Tuesday 2Sth inst the ship   Lord William Bentinck, 423 tons, William Doughty, Esq. Commander, from Portsmouth 7th May, with 185 male convicts. A. Hen- derson, Esq. R.N. Surgeon Superintendent Lieut. Faunce and Assistant Surgeon Rhlland of the 4rli, Ensign Herbert of the 54th, 2 ser- geants, 25 rank and file of the 4th regt. 4 wo- men and 4 children-Government stoi es. The Reliance sails for New Zealand to- morrow. The ship Governor Halkett had sailed for Hobart town, with upwards of 100 passengers and 12 other large vessels were on the point of sailing, either for this place or Sydney. Another vessel with female emigrants had also sailed. The following is a list of the passengers by   the Manfield, viz:—Mr. Hall, Mr. Humbert, Mr. Cuppage, Mr. Raynor, Mr. Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. Blake, Mr. Banhaim, Mr. and Mrs. Pozey, Mrs. King and 2 chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Watson and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. F. Watson and 2 children, Miss Angel, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

.Jp OVERNMBNT HOTlCE.No.f 25-rOolonlal Vi* Secretary's Office, Aug. 27,'183«, The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint William Moriarty, esq, Commander R.N. f»cTt Officer at Hobart town, vice Lieut. Hill, R.N. resigned. And, Lient. Friend, R/N. Port Officer at Launces- ton, vice Capt. Moriarty, removed to Hobart .town, both, until the pleasure of tLe Secretary of 'State »hall be known. In notifying the resignation of Lieutenant Hill, "the Lieutenant Governor is desirous to express his satisfaction at the zealous manner in which he has discharged the doties of his office. 'By command of His Excellency," The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Ne, 224, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 28, 1832.^ Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un .dermentioned persons : -John Mowatt, the younger, 649,".William Miles. William Smith, 418, Phonix 1. lEdwanl Dixon, «50, Richmond. . 'By command of His Excellency^ The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. /"^ OVERNMENT NOTIC...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

THE ABORIGINES.   _     There are now about 80 of the aborigines at the establishment at Great Island. They are all, we rejoice to learn, most happy and con- tented in their new situation, and are daily acquiring a relish for industrious and civilized habits. They are ready at all times to assist actively in any operation of building huts, cul- tivating the land, .&c. that is going on, while they continue at the same time to make excur- sions into the bush in quest of kangaroos and wallabies, which are found plentiful within a short distance of the settlement. At this sea- son the mutton birds have deserted Green is- land, opposite the establishment, but in the summer months they make little excursions thither in the boat, returning with a plentiful supply. It is we believe in contemplation to fix the permanent position of this interesting settle- ment on a very eligible site on the coast about 15 miles to the north of Green island. Wit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 August 1832

WANTED IMMEDIATELY, | FBÓM8J) to m acres of land on-the other , side of and fronting the Derwent; within 5of6miles,óíHofia)rt'ÍDwn. , I Any person baving such to dispose of, will please, communicate to ft M "Courier Office, (if by letter post paid) who wóuldxiót object to woody land, if there be about 20 acres fit for cultivation. ! ?<!? WANTED, nrrwCr Apprentices to the ' Woolstapling and X ' Tannery business, they will be well treat- ed and hoarded in the house.-Apply to J. Johnson, O'Brien's bridge. WANTED, A .NURSERYMAID, as liberal wages will be given, none need apply* who cannot he well recommended.-Apply at this office. WANTED, AN Assistant in teaching. Applications to '" be addressed to the Rev. John Mackersy, Kirklands, Macquarie river. CHAMBER'S CYCLOPEDIA, IN 4 volumes folio complete, and in good 1 preservation, to be sold a bargaiu, at the Courier Office. TO BE LET. A Substantial and well finished 2 story brick house, at the corner of Campbell and Li- verpool ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 September 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Saturday the 1st inst. the bark William the IV. 199 tons, Capt. John Steine, from New Zealand 14th Aug. with 170 logs of pine, timber and flax. Arrived on Sunday the 2d inst. the schoon- er Currency Lass, 90 tuns, Capt. Winder, from Sydney, 23d Aug., with a cargo of maize, coals, herrings, beef, &c. Arrived on Monday the 3d inst. the brig Courier, 184- tons, Capt. James Muggeridge, from Sydney 21st Aug., with a cargo of colo- nial produce, horses, &c. Passengers Messrs. Joseph Kenyon, Lucas, W. G. White, and 11 privates of the (J3d rogt. Arrived on Wednesday the 5th inst., the schooner Couriir, 135 tons, Captain James Palmer from the Mauritius, 28th July, witli a cargo of wine and sugar, consisting of 308,018 lbs. sugar, 23 bags dates, 19 tierces vinegar, 20 casks molasses, 9 cases wine. No passengers. The Princess Royal has been fortunately got off without any material damage, to the great credit of all concerned, especially of Lieut. ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 September 1832

I TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. | SIR,-I was much burprised by the perusal in your last of Mr. Gellibrand's very short answer to my letter on the subject of the pub- lic meeting ; and I beg that you will indulge mc by inserting a few observations in reply. Mr. Gellibrand says " my object is quite ap- parent, but what the effect will be he can an- ticipate." Nothing can be more ungenerous than the throwing out such a poor unintelli ble insinuation as this; and those who know the intimacy which has existed between Mr. Gellibrand and myself will be able to apnre ciate the liberality of his feelings in making any such. The letter which has thus subjected me to this insinuatioti I think speaks for itself. My judgment and my feelings very much mislead me if that letter docs not prove, from the be- ginning to the end, a very great anxiety to forward the object which Mr. Gellibrand had undertaken. 1 signed the address ; but after seeing it in print 1 was astonished not more at its nakedness...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 September 1832

By His Excellency COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's land, and its Dependencies. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS certain regulations were pub- lished in the Hobart town Gazette, bear- ing date the sixteenth of February last, relative to the sale of Crown Lands. And whereas the necessary arrangements therein referred to having been completed, and charts of the several parishes hereunder mentioned being now ready for inspection at the office of the Surveyor Gene- ral, I do therefore by these presents notify and proclaim, that the several lots of land hereinafter described will after the expiration of three months from the date hereof become disposable. And I do further notify and proclaim, that such of the undermentioned lands for which applica- tions to purchase shall then have been made, will be put up for sale by Public Auction, on Tuesday the fourth day of December next, at the Court of Requests' room, Hobart town, subject to the terms and conditions ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 September 1832

WANTED, HpO purchase for.gie use of the Government, JL 6 htiong useful Oart Hor.-es. Application to be made al tue In.sjiector ol Roads U luce. Sept. 6, 1S32. k HOBART TOWN, BOOK SOCIETY. fiJIIHE a joumed General aieeting of this Soci JL ' ety will be held «t the Library, Liverpool street, on Wednesday the lUth imtant at three o'cloct fur the ilcciioii of new members and for other purposes. ?_G M. S!'EPHE¡S¡,.Secy. ANY persons having any good Stall-fed Cat- tle, ¡¿fat or lean Pics, gia^s Beasts, and Sheep, lit for the knife, may meet will a pur- chaser by applying to T. E. MANNINGTON. LWerpool-st. Hobavt-town. B. S TRACEY begs to iiifurm the. Public that the property of George Meredith, esq. junior, advrrtUed for sale by Auction on the lath instant, is disposed of bv private contract. 1 5thS«pt. 1S32. ON Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, the cargo of the schooner ' Conner', con sitting of Isle of Prance sugar ot superior quality, dates, vinegar, curry po*der, cayenne pepper, ch...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 September 1832

SWAN RIVER. We have great pleasure in presenting the reader with the following account -of Swan river, Port Augusta, and King George's sound, from the minutes taken by Mr. Stocker, dur- ing his late visit to these settlements. Such an account must be highly satisfactory to all parties, after having been wearied with the conflicting reports which have all along reach- ed us, and from Mr. Stocker's long experience in colonial matters, and his correct judgment' as an agriculturist, we do not know any one on tlie correctness of whose opinion we could more safely depend : The crops in Western Australia, (July 1838) looked as promising as any I ever wit- nessed in Van Diemen'» land, of which I am one of the oldest residents. Those on the Swan and Canning rivers, consisting of wheat, barley, oats and potatoes are remark- ably luxuriant, and give every promise of \ abundance. The wheat grown last year, weiighed from sixty-four to sixty-six lbs. per bushel, and sold from 25 to 30s. ' The Mes...

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