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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

SALE BY AUCTION, » BY MR* rariTT, At his Premttes, on Tucfday next, the. 16th * In&ant, at 12 o'CIock precifeiy, TWENTY HEAD of HORNED CAT- TLE of.-th* Improved Breed, viz. Cows* Calves, and Steers,--May be viewed at Mr» FryetVs ibe Morning of Sale, fcgr Conditions«-Prompt Payment io Clflu * FOR SALE, at Mr. FRYETT'S Scores in . BathurfHtreet, the following valuable Articles:-«Sugar, tobacco» tes, ochre, pitch, çofini, gunpowder, flints, pepper* vinegar, filtc nats, pinten csndlefticks and fourrera, fu per fin a hlu« cloth, elegant furniture chintz, worked rauflin dreiTes, linen.checks, duck banyena, ditto Irowfert, drong cotton (hirts, fjne Jamaica rum, Epfom faits, wine,glafTes sod iümbltr«, Liverpool fait, Ihoemakers' clofmg ahread, Wellington caps, Sydney cloth, ditto tfowfers. ditto blankets, white cotton irowfcrs, metal candlefticka, japan te a* rays, brimftone, glue» hoy's fine beaver hats, bandanna handkerchief«, black ditto, belt batt)« gunpowder, foot, fpadei, fhov...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

./ ,--r-¡-z-"«, /-T.»*,"«, ha« thouffht DroDíT to direft, Uiat all Public Communications which muy appear in the "?¿SSM^Ä <W<á with«,, Official Signature. are .o be confid.red a» Official Communications made to thofe Perfon»io whom (hey may ??.««. »"","«"". S«r^r»J (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

From a late number of the Farmer's Ma-     gazine we copy the following improved mode of burning lime without kilns :-       " The practice of lime-burners in some parts of Scotland, has formerly been to burn lime in broad shallow kilns; but lately they have begun to manufacture that article without any kiln at all,--They place the limestone in large bodies, which are called Coaks the stones not being broken small, as in the ordinary method, and calcine these heaps in the way used for preparing charcoal. To prevent the flame from burning out at the top and sides of these heaps, turfs and earth are placed against them, and the aperture partially closed and the heat is so regulated and transfused through-the whole mass, that, notwithstanding the increased size   of the stones, the whole becomes thoroughly   calcined. As a proof of the superior advantage     &nbs...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Thomas Bell; Esquire. SHIP NEWS.-On Wednes- day last sailed for Port Jack- son, the schooner -Victorine. Captain Viney; and   »n Thursday, the .ships Maria, Captain Walker, and Caroline, Captain Taylor. The Caroline and Victorine are both ex- pected to return to this port. I In the course of the enauing week the ship Skelton will also sail for Sydney. i .... .. -*i.» ' On Wednesday last, His Honor the Lieu- tenant Governor returned to town from his visit.to the Country to the Westward. An Inquest was held at the Adam and Eve, in Liverpool-street,? on Monday last, before A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq* Coroner, on the body of Henry Dutton, a sawyer many years in these colonies, who died on the preceding Saturday in consequence of a violent blow re- ceived on the head by a spade from a prisoner named John Ryan.--It appeared in evidence, that Ryan and another man had been fighting, and that the former ran into a house, and brought out the spade, wi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENTS GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 23d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

GOVERNMENTS GENERAL ORDERS, Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 23d, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR, during his recent Tour to the upper Parts of the Derwent, having had an Opportunity of seeing some Rivers which appear to be known only by the Names af- fixed to them in early Periods by Stock keepers or Bushmen, has thought proper to direct as follows :-   The first River; which falls into the Derwent above New Norfolk on the East Side, forming its Junction about 26 Miles beyond the Settle- ment, and which is usually called the Doe or Fat Doe River, is henceforward to bear the Name of the Clyde, The second River, which flows into the Derwent on the same Side, about 6 Miles beyond the former, and which previous to its being joined by another Stream at some Dis- tance from its Confluence with the Derwent, is known as the Shannon River, is to preserve that Name from its Source to its Junction with the Derwent, at the Extremity of the Tract of Country c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 28th November, 1820. WHEREAS THOMAS ATKINSON (NO. 55), 5 feet 4 inches high, dark Com- plexion, dark brown Hair, hazel Eyes, 31 years of Age, a Gentleman's Servant, was tried in the City of Dublin in September 1818, and sentenced to be transported for Seven Years, arrived at Sydney in the Ship Ben- coolen, and here in the Ship Admiral Cock- burn the 1st Time, was bom in the County of Meath, and is freckled ;~ JAMES LETTING (No. 70), 5 feet 5(half) inches high, brown Hair, hazel Eyes, 22 years of Age, a Farmer's Labourer, tried at Hertford. 16th July 1818, sentenced to be transportcd for Life, arrived in the Ship Hibernia, was bom at Silfo, in Bedfordlhire ; THOMAS LAWTON (NO. 88), 5 feet.4(& a half) inches high, light brown Hair, grey Eyes, 18 years of Age, a Farmer's Labourer, tried at Lancaster in March 1819, sentenced for Four- teen Years, arrived in the Ship Dromedary, was born at Liverpool;-   JOSEPH SA...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, December 9th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 December 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, December 9th, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to express his Engagement to     recommend for Mitigation of Sentence any Prisoner of the Crown who may be the Means of apprehending any of the Convicts now at large, as advertised from the Police Office. By Command of His Honor, H.E. ROBINSON, Secretary.   COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN. Sept. 23d, 1820 LIST of Persons to Supply Meat for the Use of His Majesty's Magazines in Van Die- man's Land for the Quarter ending 28th Dec AT HOBART TOWN. - Dec. 25 -Daniel Stanfield, sen. 3000 28--Mr. W. T. Stocker 3000, Mrs, Stocker 800, Misses Bowen 500   Mr. Croft 1000, John Welsh 800, Thomas Fowles 500, Mr Morris 3000. AT PORT DALRYMPLE -Dec. 28- Mr. James Brumby 2000, Mr. W. F. Baker 2460, George Jubb 700, Williamm Carey 500. The Persons whose Names appear in the fore- going List are particularly requested to bear i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

His HONOR the LIIUTÍNAKT GOBERNÓ* has thought proper tod ire£fcf'that all Public Communioatipni which may appear in the HOÈA'RT TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPO RTER, Cigned with any Official Signalüre*w t& be coûfidètedai Official * Communications made to thofe Perfoas io whom they may relate. . , ;;v';. v ! '? (B»'COMMAND OF Hfs HOMO») H. E. ROBINSON, hurttortf.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

From a late Syd?ie$'úazette we copy the following : By thcaccouDlireceived by the Hiweiifrom Otihrite, end ihe other>3ociety Iflaods, we »re happy co learn that tha MiíTtonsries, withibeir families, «vere in thq enjoyment of perfeft health. Some comniotionj, of t trifling na. ture, had srifenaonOngthe difaffeaed native! in whom the feeds öt the former reballion hid not been wholly extinguiihed, but which, be- fore the Htwen left, were entirely fubrtued. owing to "the a&ivity of, and prompt and effi- cacious meaiuTia reforted to by, -the K-iog (Po* manu), and tranquillity now reigns through OQt the i ii i rids; which may, in agréai meafure, be attributed toihe influonce of the Gentle- man of 1ha MiflioDi Religious knowledge fprssds with sftoniíhing ripulity; which is greatly a Hi ft ed by the moans of a Prefi, ap- parently well conducted. Pomsrrce contmuesj to btilovv all hil influence snd authority in the' furtherance of the benevolent dofigui of the, Gofpel; sod we have ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

Monday last being Christmas Day, Divine &amp;nbsp; Service was performed at St. David's Church. When the Juliana left England, five .or six vessels were getting ready to receive passen- gers and prisoners for these Colonies, We regret to announce another melancholy accident on the Uiver Derwent. On Tuesday last a boat, in which were two young men na- med John Pearson and Joseph Cook, sailing across the river from Hobart Town to Kanga- roo Point, was upset by a sudden squall, and immediately went down« . Owing to the bois- terous weather during the remainder of the day, all attempts to find the bodies proved useless. J5ir&amp;lt;Ä.-Yesterday, Mrs. Whitehead, of a son. Erratum in the Press.— In Mr. Speed's ad- vertisement, inserted in last week's Gazette, in- stead of Mrs. Sergeant's house in Liverpool street is taken for the purpose of being suffi- ciently spacious read ' The house (Mrs. Ser- geant's, in Liverpool-street) taken for the pur- pose being sufficiently spacious.'<...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 30th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

GOVERNMENT &amp; GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 30th, 1820. &amp;nbsp; MONDAY Next being New Year's Day, it will be observed as a Holiday through- out the Settlement; and the Government &amp;nbsp; Artificers and Labourers will be exempt from Work on that Day. The Deputy Assistant Commissary General &amp;nbsp; will cause to be issued to the Non-commis- sioned Officers and Soldiers of the Detach- ment of the 48th Regiment, Half-a-Pint of Spirits, and One Pound of Fresh Meat Extra; and also an Extra Pound of Fresh Meat to &amp;nbsp; each of the Artificers and Labourers in the actual Service of Government. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; H. E. Robinson, Secretary. &amp;nbsp;

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate, - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS. - Yesterday arrived from England,the ship &amp;nbsp; Juliana, Captain Ogilvie, with 159 male prisoners, having lost only one during the voyage. The military &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; guard consists of a detachment of the &amp;nbsp; 48th Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Christian, of the 34th Regiment. - Surgeon Superintendant, Doctor Graham, R. N. - The Juliana left England the 3d September, &amp;nbsp; and came direct.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

S HAYWOOD has for sale, a Vieriety of Ar- &amp;nbsp; ticles, consisting chiefly of ready-made &amp;nbsp; Clothes, Linen Drapery, Haberdashery, and Stationery ; likewise Umbrellas, Quills, Blank- ets, Mathematical Instruments, Carpenters Tools, &amp;c. Next Door to the City of London Arms, &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; near the Wharf. CLAIMS AND DEMANDS CAPTAIN OGILVIB, of the Ship Juliana leaving the Colony, requests all claims to &amp;nbsp; be presented. &amp;nbsp; Mr. OGILVIE, Chief Officer of the Ship Juliana, leaving the Colony, requests all Claims to be presented. &amp;nbsp; Mr. WORSTER, Second Officer of the Ship Juliana, leaving the Colony, requests all Claims to be presented. &amp;nbsp; Mr. GARNHAM, Third Officer of the Ship &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Juliana, leaving the Colony, requests all Claims to be presented. &amp;nbsp; Dr. GRAHAM, Surgeon Superintendant of the Ship Juliana, leaving the Colony, requests ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 30th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

GOVERNMENT &amp; GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Dec. 30th, 1820. THOMAS Kenton, District Constable       of Elizabeth River, is dismissed for improper Conduct by the Sentence of a     Bench of Magistrates. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Peter Dunne is appointed a Constable of Hobart Town.   &amp;nbsp; By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Thursday, Dec. 28th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, &amp;nbsp; Thursday, Dec. 28th, 1820. &amp;nbsp; SETTLERS who may bo desirous of receiving assigned Servants are, requested &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; to give in their Applications to this Office without Delay;- And new Settlers, who are entitled to Servants as Indulgence with Land, are requested &amp;nbsp; to avail themselves of this Opportunity, as the Arrangement of the Gangs in Government Service, which will take Place after the Pri- soners now arriving are disposed of, will not admit of their being otherways supplied for some Time. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Dec. 30th, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Meat will be &amp;nbsp; received for the Use of His Majesty's &amp;nbsp; Magazines in Van Diemen's Land for the Quarter ending the 27th March, 1821. AT HOBART TOWN. lbs. Jan....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 December 1820

NOTICE. - All Persons are cautioned not to trespass with Cattle, or take Wood from the following Farms, on Pain of being &amp;nbsp; prosecuted for the same:- &amp;nbsp; Edward Miller, 100 Acres, granted by Go- &amp;nbsp; vernor King, bearing date 15th August, 1804, Argyle District, bounded on the North side by the River Derwent, on the East side by a Line &amp;nbsp; bearing South 10, East 53 Chains, on the South by Kensington Farm, and on the West side by a Stream of Water, commonly called Humphrey's Rivulet. William Blyth, 180 Acres, granted by Go- vernor Macquarie, bearing date 1st January, &amp;nbsp; 1817, Argyle District, bounded on the South side by Miller's Farm, on the South-east side by Cobb's Farm, on the North-east by Prince of Wales's Bay and Henry Evans's Farm, and on the Notth-west side by the River Derwent, A. F. KEMP, Hobart Town, Dec. 30, 1820.

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GOVERNMEN AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Tawn, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

GOVERNMENT-Ak^rGBNERArLOEPßRS.. Secretary's Office, Hobart Tawn, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. T HE OFFICERS at the Head of the fcveral Public Departments are hereby required to furnifh to this Office on or before Monday the 15th InJUnt, in Duplicate, the uiu&amp;l Official Reports and Return» for the Quarter ending December 31ft, for His HONOR the LIBUTINANT GO VKRNOR'S Approval, preparatory ta their being forwarded to His EXCELLRNCV the GOVSRNOR in CHIEF at Head Quarters. By Command of H is Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H* E. Robinfon. Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN OOILVJR, of the Ship Julian», leaving i Sha colony, rrquefle all claims to be prefentott« . &amp;lt;,' Mr. OOILVI«, Chief Officer of the Ship Juliana* leaving 1hecolony, rrquefts altcliimstob« prefented« *.-, Mr. WoRSTa», Second Officer of the Ship Juliana» Iesving thocolony, rtquefts all cliimito be prefoDled., « ? Mr. G*RMHAM, Third Officer of the Ship Julfini^, leaving »he colony,rcquafts allclaimi tobe prafcnted .?> Dr. GRAHAM, Surgeon Superintendant of the Ship»; Juliana, leaving the colony, requeß« all claiinjto bt prcfcnted. 4 The following Perfons proceeding to Port Dilrym*^ pie in the Brig Jupiter, raqueft all claims to be) ptiM fented :-Mr. W. Riik, M after, Mr» John Duncan,^ Supercargo, James Ryan, Fraud» PiU, Thomas Mel« der. George Bowhill^ Thomas Bailey, John A uga flin, J«;noi Simpfor»! Jofeph H'ggerftein, Joleph Whitei ,«04 John Smedmon» , 41 OR VOHT JACKSON. -lhcfmol.lt.lailiogöhi^' JULIANA, burthen per Regifter 516 TOM, 0. OGILVII...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

BRITISH EXTRACTS. MERINO Sua er.-An experienced BerkOVra Far, mer, fenCble oHhc prejudice which prevails in Su flex againft Spaniih fhaep, alterte, that they are the moil pro* titanio of any that can bo folded; and in proof of his a (Tortion, baa favored ua with the following eflimateot expence and profit, which wa iofart for. the information and benefit of thöfe whom it mty concern : One Hundred Merino Ewes kept fist months ,|£* i* d, at 3d par month each fheep . « so o o For fevan months, duringtbe time they have limb), at ¿d. per weak each , , 26 13 4 A Shepherd three boura per dayj at the rata 1 oí as» per day for ia montha . :' .' o- a u £ 55 *5 10 The Retura of the above as foi Iowa : Ona Hundred Fleeces, at 15s. each . ,75 o One Hundred Lambs, at 15s. each . « 75 o Tan Acres of Land, folded during the /ama mer montha, at 4K par aero . . 40 o Five s cr as folded three winter montb«, at 4L par acte . , * i » ' . j$ o ato o o Padua 55 as 10 Profil £ 154 4 a In »his accSópt nothi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

oONOR íheLiEUTBNAHT GovBRNOR has thought proper to iihetl, (hal all Public Communications which may appear in the Hobart Town Goutte, an Mulhern Reporter, fignèd with any Official Signature, ate to be confitkred as Officui Communicatsons made to thofe Perfons io whom ihey may reUtc, -,_rs.i (Br COMMAND OF HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON, Secret

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