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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 October 1832

A Person having several hours to spare daily, would wish to devote them to Book-keep- ing or otherwise ; the most respectable references can be afforded as to character and ability. Cards of address lift at the office of this paper will be respectfully attended to. BOARD AND LODGING, MAY be had cheap at the house known as the old Emu Inn, Brisbane street. NOTICE. MR. WM. BADHAM being about to leave the Colony, by an early opportunity, requests all claims may be immediately presented in order that they may be discharged. Oct. 4, 1832. THE HOPE AND ANCHOR. THE undersigned having received a license for the above old established house, has at considerable expense fitted up the same so as to make it one of the best boarding and lodging houses in town, and laid in a choice stock of spirits and wines of every description, which with   every disposition to please his customers he hopes will entitle him to a fair share of public support. JAMES CHORLEY. An Ordinary every day at o...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier, The
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The Courier. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

Oïje Courier. II I . Il i .'"t 11 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1832. c - - a We have recently taken some pains to point out to our readers the inconsistency of those who lay down the balance of our exports and imports as the deciding scale upon which to fix our colonial prosperity or retrogression. We import, it is said, annually to the amount of 309,0031, of British manufactures, and ex- port to England 200,000!. worth of colonial produce, and therefore we are in the high road to ruin at the rate of 100,000 a year. Anxious however as we at all times are to advocate the ii increase of our exportable commodities, and * the decrease of luxuries, of useless, ruinous im- ports such as rum and gewgaws, we have suffi- JJ cient skill in political economy distinctly to ° assure our readers that our ruin, happen when $ it will, if it ever happen, quod Deus avertat, t will not arise from this cause. If the above u position were true, nothing is more certain than that all our commercial transactions g w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound Police District of New Norfolk, <m the 18th Sept. 1832, by Mr. John Brittain, of Hamilton, 1 Young black bull, white back, bellyand tail, with a star on forehead, near hind foot white I Grey Cow, £3 near thigh, an illegible brand near shoulder, a brand like CR off hip, tip off left ear, and quarter nut back of right 1 Red sided Heifer, white back, belly, and tail 1 Dark brown Bull, white star on forehead, both flanks white Damages claimed 5s. for the black Bull, and Is. per head for the others. Poundage fees Cd. per head per day, and for the Bulls, 2s. Cd. per head per day ; charge for food and water 3d. per head per day. By C.O.Parsons, Esq., Kimbolton Sept. 23. 1 Red Bullock, brand like JN near hip, and like WP near thigh, left ear tipt ami slit 1 Black Bullock EL near hip, GD near ribs, right horn broke Damages claimed, 10s. per bead ; poundage fees Od. per head per day ; charges for food and water, 3d. per head per day. If the above anim...

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TABLE OF RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

TABLE OP RATES. Age next F< birth ; day Seven yrs. For the )r one at an Annual whole Life at an rear. Payment Annual of Paymnt. of L. s. d. L. s. d. L 8. d. 14 0 17 9 1 1 5 1 17 7 15 0 17 11 1 2 11 1 l8 7 16 0 19 2 1 4 7 1 19 8 17 1 1 2 1 6 1 2 0 8 l8 1 3 3 1 7 5 2 1 8 19 1 5 0 1 8 6 2 2 8 20 1 7 3 1 9 5 2 3 7 21 1 8 10 1 10 1 « 4 6 22 1 9 3 1 10 6 2 5 0 23 1 9 8 1 li 0 2 G 6 24 1 10 2 1 11 6 2 7 1 25 1 10 7 1 12 1 2 8 1 26 1 li 1 1 12 7 2 9 1 27 1 11 7 1 13 2 S 10 1 23 1 12 1 1 13 9 2 11 1 29 1 12 8 1 14 4 2 12 6 30 1 13 3 1 14 11 2 13 6 31 1 13 9 1 15 7 2 14 7 32 1 14 4 1 16 3 2 16 0 33 1 15 0 1 IG IO 2 17 1 34 1 15 8 1 17 8 2 l8 6 35 1 16 4 1 l8 10 3 0 0 36 1 17 0 1 19 7 3 1 6 37 1 17 9 2 0 8 3 3 0 38 1 l8 6 2 1 9 3 4 6 39 1 19 3 2 2 11 3 6 3 40 2 0 8 2 4 1 3 8 0 41 2 2 1 0 2 5 4 3 10 0 42 2 3 6 2 6 6 3 12 0 43 2 4 6 2 7 9 3 14 0 44 2 5 6 2 9 2 3 16 0 45 2 6 8 2 10 io 3 l8 0 40 2 7 IO 2 12 6 4 0 5 47 2 9 0 2 10 4 4 3 3 48 2 10 3 2 16 4 4 G G 49 2 12 2 2 l8 6 4 IG 2 50 ...

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A POLYMETRICAL TABLE, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

A POLYMETRICAL TABLE, Shewing in the upper triangle the distance in miles, and in the lower, the corresponding postage in pence of a single letter, being the portion of the Government Notice, 246, unavoidably postponed a fortnight ago:-   HOBART-TOWN TO HESTERCOMBE. BRIGHTON GREEN PONDS CROSS MARSH LOVELY BANKS   JERICHO OATLANDS ANTILL PONDS ROSS CAMPBELL TOWN SNAKE BANKS SYMMOND'S PLAINS PERTH LAUNCESTON GEORGE TOWN Westbury Longford Lake River Macquarie River (Mr. Gatenby's) St. Paul's Plains Fingal (Mr. Grant's) Waterloo Point Spring Bay Bothwell Hamilton New Norfolk Jerusalem Richmond Sorell Macquarie Plains (Mr. Barker's) Kangaroo Point. [The above post-offices are included in this table - but it is not possible to transcribe the table itself in this format. There is nothing further below this line.]                       &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY SO- CIETY. ' 'HpHE seventh anniversary meeting of this So. ¡rj. ' ciety will'be held in the Church on the evening of Monday the 15th inst. The Chair to lie taken at half past 6 o'clock. Two Sermons will be preached in behalf of the Society, on Sabbath the 14th, Pnblic worship to commence in the morning at li o'clock, and at half past 6 in the evening. Collections in aid of the fonds will be made at each meeting. u . WILLIAM GUNN, Secy. Hobart town, Oct. 4, 1832. FINE ARTS. MR. G.E. ROUGH begs to acquaint the gentry of Hobart town, that he intend« giving private tuition in Oil and Water Colonr Painting and Landscape Drawing j also Foonah Fainting and Ornamental Work. Having stu- died in Paris, Mr. Rough trusts that he shall re- ceive from the Hobart town public, that counten- ance and support which a taste for the fine arti begets in every civilized country. Cards of reference to be bad at the Courier office* HOBART TOWN ACADEMY. MR. THOMSON is informed, that ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. ^ Arrived on Thursday the schooner Eagle, from Adventure bay, with 120 tons of oil. Sielcd on Wednesday the 10th inst. the brig Sophia, 213 tons, S. T. Yetts, for Liverpool, with her original cargo of colonial produce from Sydney, and SO bales wool, 40 bundles kangaroo skins and 1 do rabbit do., shipped by Mr. Crombie, besides various cases of cu- riosities.-Passengers Drs. Henderson and ¡Forrester, R. N , "Mr. Adam Smith ando from" Sydney. Sailed on Tuesday the Courier, 184 tons, Muggridge, for the Mauritius, with 715 bags wheat shipped by Messrs. Kcmp& Co., 1 case potatoes by Mr. Rand, 208 bags, 1191 bushels wheat, 520 casks beef by Mr. Orr.-Passen- ger Mr. Smart. Wheat has undergone a partial rise during the week, several samples having been sold at 6s. a bushel. Butchers' meat is still dear and scarce, and we fear as long as the prcsent'dc pre88ed state of the colony lasts, will remain so. The long credits which the butchers are obliged to give the ma...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

(TO THE EDITOR.) Sir,-That comets form a portion of the bodies attached to our system probably is not capable of being proved to a demonstation, but that some of them move round the sun as their deflecting force, is past a doubt, for their periodic returns are absolute facts. It is very difficult to conceive why they should not re- turn, when we consider the nature of gravita- tion, and the immense distances between our sun and the stars by which we are surrounded, but as the comet which we expect shortly has appeared so many times in nearly the same periods of time, we certainly are warranted to conclude that it performs periodic revolutions round the sun. The comet of 1682 which is the one expected approaches nearer to the sun than Mercury : its perihelion distance is about 56 millions of miles, and it recedes from the sun to a distance of about 55 times that of the   earth, or about 34 thousand millions of miles. The plane of the orbit of this comet is in- clined to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

VAN Diemen's Land, Life Assurance Asso ciation, Elizabeth st., Hobart town. DIRBCTOR8, A. F. Kemp, esq, Presi- B. OlConner, esq. dent. Chas. Swanston, esq. John Bell, esq. ^ Wm Sorell, esq. Thomas Betts, esq. Jocelyn Thomas, esq. Wm. Gellibrand, esq. George Watson, esq. Thomas Hewitt, esq. David Lord, esq, Chas. Mc Lachlan, esq. TRUSTEES. John Dunn, eoq. Chu. Mc Lachlan, esq. Chas. Swanston, esq, AUDITORS, W. A. Bethune, esq. y Andrew Crombie, esq. John Dunn, esq. SOLICITORS. J. T. Gellibrand, esq. Robert Pitcairn, esq. PHYSICIAN. Adam Turnbull, M. D. SURGEON. James Scott, R. N. Colonial Surgeon ACTUARY. Mr. T. Y. Lowes. AGENT AT LAUNCESTON, Mr. Henry Jennings. The advantages of this Office are, 1st.-The security afforded to persons insuring. 2nd-Half of the profits at all events, and in case they shall amount to a certain sum, two thirds being added to the policies. 3rd.-The amount paid up on the shares being given for 3 year», free of interest. 4th.-It being open to persons assuri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

THE ÎCAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS: GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 253,Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 8, 1832.     Mr. Thomas Spicer having duly executed bonds of qualification, has been licensed as an Auctioneer and Vendue Master for the county of Buckinghamshire. By command of The Lieutenant Governor. J. BURNETT GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 254.-Colo- nial Secretary's Office, Oct. 8, 1832. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Post Office establishment: APPOINTMENTS. Mr. Phillip Riley, Postmaster at Westbury. Mr. William Hutton, do at Brighton, RESIGNATIONS.   Mr. Stouach, Postmaster at Westbury. Mr. J. Hayes, do at Brighton. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 255-Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. P, 1832. Tilt Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to accept the resignation of Mr. James Bryant, As- sistant Surgeon, Hobart town. ay His Excellency's command, J. BURNETT....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

WANTED, An Accouutant and Cashier. A Person possessing experience in Mercantile business, a marripd man would be prefer- able, the person required will have the conduct of the indoor department, and held responsible for all receipt of goods and cash received into the house, therefore he niu'.t reside on tile pre- mises. None need apply who cannot give satis- factory reference as to sobriety, industry and in- tegrity, and produce an approved bond of 20001. for the due fulfilment of his office. Further par- ticulars will be made known by application to Mr. M'Kay, at his oli.ee in Murray street. WANTED TO RENT, (With immediate possession,) ASmall'Cottage, lent moderate. Apply to the Printer, or Mr. Pinker, Eli- zabeth-street. WANTS A SITUATION, IN a respectable Family, a middle aged Lady, as Housekeeper. Emolument not so much the object of the Advertiser, as a comfortable S situation. Apply to the Printer, or to Mr. Pinker, Eliza- beth street. TO SHOEMAKERS. WANTED 6 good workmen in th...

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SOME FURTHER REMARKS On the present state of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 October 1832

SOME FURTHER REMARKS I to On the present 'state of the Colony. T ?*0»' BU We are desirous of entering our protest an -against the outcry which has recently ^been , be Taised, especially by our contemporaries,of the (D .supineness-(culpable laziness they go" tlie .re length of calling it) of our agricultural settlers, j tri If we are to believe these political-economy, & ?critics, it ia to their charge that is to be laid a the present balance of trade between us and at Sydney-it is entirely owing to them that co butchers' meat, butter and cheese are so dear ar amongst us, and that so much of these articles rp is imported by every ship from Sydney ? Just as if the settler on his farm did not know infi- nitely hetter than these town declaimers the best channel in which to devote his labours -whether he can support his family and his cre- dit most effectually by attending to his^ flocks and herds on the large scale with a. view to their fleece and carcass-by cultivating his fiel...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Sunday the 14th inst. the brig Sarah, 308 tons, Capt. Francis Smith, from Liverpool 18th June, with an assorted cargo of goods. Passengers -Mr. Allanson, Lieut, and Mrs, Corrigan and 7 children and servant, Mr. and Miss Newland, Mr. Bain and 88 others chiefly useful mechanics and farmers with their families. By the Mountaineer, from Liverpool via Sydney, we have received a large quantity of soap, (431 boxes) an article which had become in great request in Hobart town. It is very good, and is sold in the shops by the box on the average at 8d. and 8$d. per lb. The schooner Conch from the Cape, which has arrived at Launceston, has brought l8 casks tallow, 216" casks butter, and 120 pipes of wine. This vessel is laid on to take in a cargo of wheat for the Mauritius. The pres- ent price of wheat at Launceston, is quoted in the Advertiser so low as 3s 9d a bushel. There is no variation in the price of colo- nial produce since our last. The measure which had ...

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TABLE OF RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

TABLE OF RATES. Age next birthday. For one year.   Seven yrs. at an Annual Payment of    For the whole Life at an Annual Payment of 14 - £0 17s. 9d. : £1 1s. 5d. : £1 17s. 7d. 15 - 0 17 11  : 1 2 11 : 1 18 7 16  - 0 19 2 : 1 4 7 : 1 19 8 17   18   19 20     21   22   23   24   25   26 27   28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37   38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46   47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55   56 57 58 59 60                                                         &nbs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

«COMMISSARIAT CONTRACT, FOR 1S33. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at the Commissariat Office at Ho- bart town and Launceston, until 12 o'clock on Monday the 19tb day of November next, for famish- ing tbe undermentioned supplies and transport for twelve months oommenciug un the 1st January, -18S3. HOBART TOWN. FRESH MEAT, per lb. 'His Majesty'» troops Miips of War Transports and Go»eminent- Vessels Colonial Hospital Female House of Correction King's Orphan Schools 'Gaol Prisoners barracks Prisoners and others out of barracks Live sheep (the weight to be ascertained by kill* iog t or 2 from the number scleoted by the Commis- sary, if (he-average cannot be otherwise agreed upon. ?BREAD, per lb. 'tassie from »beaten flour from which 20 per cent» brao has been extracted. <Hit Majesty'» troops Ships of War Transports, and Government ves» -sels. Female Orphan School. BREAD, per lb, from ditto, from which 12 per cent, bran has been extracted. Gaol [_ -Female...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

Clje Courier. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1832     By the arrival of the Sarah from Liverpool, 18th June, we are now enabled to give the   details of the reform bill, which we briefly an- nounced on the arrival of the Minerva. We had prepared a series of remarks on this great nations event, but the pressure of advertise- ments with the extent of the Gazette has oblig- ed us to postpone them. It is no small plea- sure to us, however, to record upon this happy occasion, thal the loyal feeling of joy which pervades our countrymen rests chiefly on the satisfaction they feel in the restoration to their original purity and splendour which the mea- sure in the judgment of his Majesty's minis- ters with the united sense of parliament, con- fers on the institutions of our country, and the consequent attachment of our townsmen to them in their reformed state. While, on the contrary, we have the pain to see so many of tile other nations of Europe breaking down an...

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PROSPECTUS OP A READING, LITERARY & NEWS ROOM, ABOUT TO BE OPENED IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

PROSPECTUS Ithi OP A READING, LITERARY & NEWS ROOM, ABOUT TO BB OPBNED IN HOBART TOWN. We take this opportunity of announcing' to. our friends and readers, that arrangements have for some time been making-, which will be completed on the first of January next, for «pening an institution of the above description in Hobart-town, at the corner of Murray and Collins-street. That the want of such an .establishment has long; been felt, the general voice of the community, both in town and country has already declared. The situation which has been chosen for it is one of the most -convenient and central in the whole town, being at an equal distance from both wharfs, almost contiguous to the several public offices in Macqiiaric-streel, and readily accessible at a minute's walk from the principal merchants' couiitínghouses, stores and warehouses. The room which is sufficiently capacious, will be neatly fitted np with every requisite, such as globes, maps, writing materials, et cetera....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

BANK OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. 1GHT Shares in the above flank to be sold 'J at par, together or separately, as may suit purchasers. Apply at the Courier office. E BANK OF VAN DIEMENS LAND har«» of the Bank! Apply to the office ÍjIUlt SALK.--Twenty shares of the Bank" of Van Diemen'« land. of this paper. A COOK, ANTED, one who understands his business well in all its branches, and who can give respectable testimonials as to 'conduct. ¡Most libeial wages will be* given. Apply at the Macquarie hotel BUTLER WANTED. WANTED io a respectable family, a Butler «ho is prifi-ctly acquainted with his bnsi ness. None need apply who cannot be well re- commended for sobriety and honesty ; for reference apply to the Printer. Hobart town, Oot. IS, 1832. READY MONEY. ANY person having about 500 prime young Ewes to dispose of, ' agréât bargain,' may hear of a cash purchaser, by applying to R. H. I'. Courier office. Also upon same terms. Two or three pairs of excellent working Bul- locks. Oct. 17,1832. FOUN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

BEAUTIFUL AND ELIGIBLE PROPERTY. TOBE LET, for a term of years, the Estate of Ravenswood consisting of 500 acres o" the finest land in the Island, above 250 of which are arable. The situation of this property is beautiful in the extreme-it basan excellent front- age on the Clyde-a stream of water miming through it, and iswitbin Smiles of the improving Township of Hamilton. Theie is> considerable quantity of lime-stone on the premises. Possession will be given on the 1st of Jannary next, and any respectable person inclined to treat with Hie Proprietor, may bave a further quantity of S or 400 acres of equally rich land, fenced in on the opposite bank of the river. Ellangowan, Soiell Plains, DAVID BURN, Sept. 21, 1832. CAUTION. THE public ara hereby cautioned not to tres- pass on my land situated at Greet! point, by rutting timber, stripping bark, quarrying .tones, breaking down fences, or in any manner whatever, as all persons so offending after this notice, will be prosecuted arco...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

ESTABLISHMENT FOtt *OUNG LADIES. MKS. ¿. ATKINSON begs to announce to faer friends and the public, tltat after the ensuing Christmas recess, she intends opening an Establishment for the education of Young Ladies in Hobart-town, where they will be instructed in the English and French languages grammatically, history, geography, music, dancing, plain and fancy needle work; i and writing and arithmetic by a master. Application can be made for the present to Mrs. Atkinson, at her residence in Brisbane street. FINE ARTS. MR. G. E.ROUGH begs to acquaint tie gentry of Hobart town, that he intends giving private tuition in Oil and Water Colour Painting and Landscape Drawing, also Poonah Painting and Ornamental Work. Having stu- died in Palis, Sir. Kough trusts that he shall re- ceive from the Hobait town public, that counten- ance and support which a taste for the fine arts begets in every civilized country. Cards of reference to be had at the Courier office. M«. RICHARDS, Surgeon, §c. HAVI...

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