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[?]NMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART, TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1821 COMPLAlNT having been made to the LIEUTE- NANT GOVERNOR, that in several Instances at     the late Harvest, Crown Prisoners holding Tickets of Leave demanded excessive Wages or Payment for their labour; they are now cautioned against similar Con- uct at the ensuing Harvest; and they are warned that any Instance which becomes known to a Magistrate or District Constable of the Ticket of Leave Man ma- king an exhorbitant Demend for Harvest Labor, and refusing to accept of Work at a just and reasonable Rate of Payment, will be brought forward and will forfeit the Indulgence of holding a Ticket of Leave. Tbe Settlers are earnestly recommended to rejeft eve- ry Demand for Harvest Wages beyond what is just and eeasonable ; and to act in Unison with each other in pre- venting the Imposition, against which it is the Determi- ination of the LIEUTENANT GOVENOR, aided by the Magistracy, to protect them, by...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

Having been favoured with the loan of Sydney letters of the 9th and 16th ultimo, we extract the following articles from them :- The heaviest rains that we have experienced for a length of time set in at six o'clock on Monday morning, and continued without intermission for many hours, the strength of the wind vared between the S. and S. E, after driving the shower in a horizontal direction, where   by the roofs of well shingled houses exposed to the westward and the eastward, were incapable of resisting the drifting torrent, which made its way under the shin gles and sluiced many houses, that were before consi   dered secure. The sreets were in some parts rendered almost impassible. Immense quantities of stone were     washed down the Rock ; the body of water from the ??? stream was immense; the River at Parramatta had overflowed its banks in an early part of the rains, and working on the roads was during the whole of Tues &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]OVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1821 THE New Road between Hobart Town and Austin's Ferry, in the Construction of which considerable Government Labor is now employed, continuing to   be injured by Persons drawing Timber and Logs upon it in different Places; the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR again Cautions the Owners of Carts and Cattle again- st this Practice, which subjects them to Fine upon   Detection; and enjoins them to prevent their Serv-   ants continuing it.—The Acting Engineer is request- ed to direct the Road Gangs to be vigilant in giving Information of any one offending in this Respect:—       And it is now declared, that any Convict Servant, who shall be known to infringe this Order, by drag-  ging any Log or Timber upon or across the Road, shall be taken before a Magistrate for the Offence, and shall be withdrawn from whatever Service he may be in. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Go...

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[?]OVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

¡OVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Hoüfe, Hobitrt Town. SafurcUy, January 6th. 1821. pHE Settler« and Inhabitants of tb* Diftrias ara ciu L lioned agsinft employing any Government Amu- ri or Workrn^ who may be ftationed in »h« Country, ¡iliout fuch Government 8ervants produce a Certifi- cate signed by the Atting Engineer, or by a Soperin. «¿ant or Overfeér under hil Order, thatihey are lowed to Work on their own Account.-- Any Perfon ihngin Contravention of the Colonial Regulation >n >'. RcipeO, is thereby iubjeA to the Penalty of Ten «wodi, which will bo rigidly enforced in .every Cafe of .oavicYion, ßy Command of Hu Honor The Lieutenant Governor, "[¡few.1*

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

To Shoemakers, Harness Makers, and Others. MR. RAINE announces for Sale, a considerable Quantity of well tanned Leather, OF THIS COUNTRY, which he has the Satisfaction to of- fer BELOW the Prices quoted from LEADEN- HALL MARKET RETURNS, and of Quality equal, viz.—   Butts 50 to56lbs. each . . . . . . 17d. to 19d. per lb. Dressing Hides . . . . . . . . . . . . 15d. to 16d. Calf Skins 20 to 40lbs. . . . . 22d. to 26d. Ditto . . . . 40 to 50lbs. . . . . 28d. to 34d. Kangaroo Skin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16d. to 36d. Sheep Skins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24d. to 30d. per doz. NOTA BENE.—Offers will be attended to from   Shoemakers for Purchases not less than £20 ; and Shoes received in Payment. Macquarie Point, Jan. 6, 1821. CAUTION.—In Consequence of the repeated Inju-   ries which I have sustained by Cattle, all Persons are hereby cautioned against trespassing by Stock, falling Timber, or otherwise on Cottage Green, as I am deter- &n...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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[?]OVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1822. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN   Saturday, January 6th, 1821. THOMAS ARCHER Esq. J. P. is appointed to act as Coronar for the County of Cornwall,subject to   ? Approbation of HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERN-     OR in CHEIF- This Appointment bears Date the lattest By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E; Robinson, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN. Sittting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

í Vi HOBART TOWN. Sitttintr Magittr ate-Thomas Bell, Esquire, ftj» In the advertisement which appeared in the Ho- bart Town Gazette of Dec. 23, signed Benjamin Vardon, the words " as I have received no valuable ennsiderationfor the same" were inserted by the Printer, and did not form part of the original ad- vertisement. The Printer begs to disclaim any in- tention of insult or imputation upon Mr. Raine, hav- ing made the alteration from advertistments ofthat nature having usually run in that form. SHIP NEWS.--Yesterday arrived in 13 days from Port Jackson the brig Jupiter, Captain Risk.-Paascngcrs. Mr. Duncan, Supercargo, Mr. Alfred Luttrell, and Mr. Hobson and family. Same day atsQjLrrived from the Straits, the small co- lonial schooner Young William, Mr. Wheeler master, with 750 seal skins. This vessel; during a heavy gale in the Straits, had the misfortune of losing her boat Pand one of the crew, named Henry Wittide. Same day sailed for Sydney the ship Skelton, Capt. Dixon. . . ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

The prisoners arrived by the Juliana were landed   on Tuesday ; sixty at an early hour, who, after being inspected by the Lieutenant Governor, proceeded to Port Dalrymple ; and the remainder were afterwards landed here, and underwent inspection by His Honor prior to being assigned to their employments. The whole of them, except those necessarily reserved for Government service, having been required by the set- tlers.-These prisoners arrived in a very healthy and orderly state. Harvest has commenced in several parts of the Set- tlement; and should there be a continuance of the pre- sent warm weather, it will become general in another week. The wheat crops vary consideraby in most districts ; the early sown wheats being the most abun- dant; those sown late on forest grounds not yielding a full average produce. The deficiency is attri- buted to the lateness of sowing and the growth of the   plant being greatly impeded in the season from the want of rain. We ha...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDEkS, SBCRSTARY'S OFPica, HOBART TOWH, Saturday, January 6th, i8ai. w ILLIAM SHRIBBI and JOH* WILLIAMS are appointed Confiables of Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor, H. R. Rob'nfon, Secretan', t COMMISSARIAT OFPIC«, HOBART Town, | December 30th, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Meat will be received for ihe use of His Mejefly's Magazine« in Van Dtrmen's Land for the Quarter ending the 37th March, 182t« AT HOBART Town.-January 9-E. Lord, Eiq. 4000« \z-Ditto 6500. 16-T. A. Lafcellee, Efq. 4000. 19-Mr» Riieley 4500, li* F« Kemp, Efq. 2000. 23--Colonal Davey ÎÇOO, G. W. Gunning, Efqt 15004 a6<*-Mr. Barker 800, Mr. Emmett 1000, Captain Jeffriea 3000, James,Healey 1*00, Zachariah Sponsion! 500» 30-Mr, Whitfield j coo» Mr. Simp fon 3000. Fehruary 2-'Mr. Wells aooo, Mr. S. Gateboufo 4000; Henry Btirgefa 500» 6-Mr. H, Thrupp 3000, Francis Cobb tooo, g-Mr. David Lord 3000, Thomas Clerke jooo, Jaraei Caffidy 1500, Mr. Fiixgerald 1000. 13-Mr. Stockn 3000» M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

We copy the following from a late number of the Farmer's Magazine, as it may be the means of inforrri ing some of our agricultural Readers of a practice of great utility : Perhaps no agricultural subject has been more agi- tated of late than the diseases incident to wheat. When .we consider the importance of this crop to the farmer, and the loss which is often occasioned hy diseases to which that grain is exposed, it is indeed evident we cannot prosecute the subject with too much iittention. It seems to be a prevailing opinion, that pickling- wheat tends to preserve the grain free from disease, or cure it when infected ; and long experience testifies that it is of advantage. The object of this letter is to in- form you of the management that a friend of mine pur- sues in preparing his seed wheat. It is his invariable practice to wash the wheat two or three times in clean water, stirring it well, and swimming off all the light grain. When thoroughly washed, it is pickled with . urine...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

T M ACTING ENGINEER'S OFFICE| January JSth, 1821. "'HE ACTING ENGINEER acquaints the Set] tiers, that he is ready to receive Wool at th Lumber Yard, for Government Service at PorJ Jackfon. _ T. BRLL, Major,; Acling Enginee] MESSRS. EDWARD CURR and MASON have for Sale, a Quantity of Leather, tanned by Mr. Blackwell, of New Town, at the following Prices ; viz, Crops...16d. to 18d. per lb. Dressing Hides.. 13d. to 16d. Calf Skins.22d. to 28d. Kangaroo Skins. 30s. to 70s. per dozen Sheep Skins.15s to 20s. Bathurst-street, Jan. 13, 1821. /?^¿.UKCiii. Morniy prqceeCihg io Sydney, requel^ ^-* all Claims »lay bo prefentedto Mr.RAiNi, ( Macquarie Point. HOBART TOWN: TRlflTSD uy A. B8NT> J

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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

A CAKD. MR. HOBSON announces io the Public, that he purpoiea to open, on the 16th Current, a Gram« roar School, in which Young Gentlemen will be ino ilrucled in the various Departments of Claffical and Mathematical Science, on the following Terms:-     Day Scholars at Twenty, and Boarders at Sixty Guineas a Year. Bathurst. street, Hobart Town, I January 13th, 1820.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

His HONOR the Lieutenant GOVERNOR has thought proper lo direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the Hobart Town Gazette, and   Southern Reporter, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GEN ERAL ORDERS. Government Houíe, Hobart Town, Saturday, January tnh, 1821. THF, New Rond botwten Hobart Town *nd Auftio'i "*? Ferry* in *ho Conftru&amp;ion of which confidenble Government Libor is now employed, continuiog to be injured by Perfons drawing Timber or Loga upon it »n diflarer.t Places j the LIÊUTINAM* GOV**NOR »gíio Cautiôm Iho Owners of Cart» and Cattle againft «Iii» Praftic«, which fubje&amp;i them to Fine upon Detec- tion j and enjoin» Ihtra to prevent their Strvtnu from iorninuing it. The Aäing Engineer ii requeftad \o direel the Road ^ingi to be vigilant io giving Information of any ont bending in this Rtfpeft:-- And it ii now declared, *h*t ibf Convift Servan« who fhall be known to in. fringe this Order, by dragging any Log or Timber pponoracrofi the Road, (hill be liken before t Magif. ]«mo for tfi« Offence, and (hall be withdrawn from Stiver Service he may be in. By Command of His Honor Tho Lieutenant Governor H. E. Robinfon, Secretary.<...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

MR. E. LORD acquaints the various Settlers and Persons whose Book Debts remain unliquidated, and whose Notes of Hand and Obligations overdue remain &amp;nbsp; unretired, that the Circumstances of the Colony now &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; affording them every Opportunity of relieving their &amp;nbsp; Embarassments in a Market and fair Price for their Produce, they are expected to make immediate Ar- rangements for the Discharge of their respective Ob- ligations to him. For all Book Debts and Engagements previously to the landing of the Caroline's Cargo, Mr. Lord's Stores are Open for the Reception of Wheat at 10s. per Bushel. Settlers, therefore, have no longer the Excuse for Delay in discharging their Debts, &amp;nbsp; which has heretofore been pleaded by them, and &amp;nbsp; admitted by Mr. Lord to a liberal extent. They are, therefore, generally, apprized that such as Neglect   &amp;nbsp; this Notice, and the Opportunity afforded them, will be proceeded again...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 13th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 13th, 1821. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to approve of Mr. H. J. EMMETT being appointed Clerk to the Bench of Magi- &amp;nbsp; strates from the 1st lnstant, vice Mr. WIL- LIAM ENGLISH, resigned. DANIEL Curtis, Patrick McGarrell, and &amp;nbsp; Bernard Ward, are appointed Constables &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; of Hobart Town. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. &amp;nbsp;

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 6th, 1821. COMPLAINT having been made to the LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR, that in feveral In ftances at the late Harveft, Crown Prifoners holding Tickets of Leave demanded exceffive Wa- ges or Payment for their Labor; they are now cautioned againft fimilar Conduct at the enfuing Harveft ; and they are warned that in any In- ftance which becomes known to a Magiftrate or Diftrict Conftable the Ticket of Leave Man ma- king an exhorbitant Demand for Harveft Labor, and refufing to accept of Work at a juft and rea- dable Rate of Payment, will be brought for- ward and will forfeit the Indulgence of holding a Ticket of Leave. The Settlers ire earneftly recommended to reject every Demand for Harveft Wages beyond what is juft and reafonable ; and to act in Unifon with each other in preventing the lmpofition, againft which it is the Determination of the LIEUTE- NANT GOVERNOR, aided by the Magiftracy, to protect them, by ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. THE following Perfons proceeding to Port Dalrym- ple initie Brig Jupiter, requeft all claimi to be pre« fented :-Mr. W« Rift, Ma ft cr, Mr. John Duncan, Supercargo, Jamea Ryan, Francis Pitt,Thomas Meader, George Bowhill, Thomas Bailey, John Auguftin, James Simplón« Jofcph Haggorfteio, Jofeph White, and John Sm'dmön,s AUSTIN'S FERRY. - AUSTIN and EARLE having experienced considerable Losses ¡n conveying Strangers across their Ferry not paying their Passage Money, hereby give Notice, that from and after this Date it is their Determination to resist carrying over all Persons who have no Accounts kept against them, without the immediate Payment ; and all Settlers' Ser- vants will in like Manner be refused a Passage, unless they produce an Order (in writing) from their Master, certifying that they will be responsible for the Payment of the same ; at which they trust no one will take offence, as it will be a general application that will not be departed from. l^ßRRY NO...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - His Majesty's colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta arrived &amp;nbsp; at Port Dalrymple on the 6th inst. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; from Sydney; having on board a &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; detachment of the 48th Regt, under the command of Capt. PARRY, for the relief of that station, and also some stores and clothing for the Settlement. The ship Midas, Capt. Watson, from England, with merchandize and 38 passengers, arrived here yesterday, having had a long passage of 5 months. - Among the passengers are, Mr. Joseph Underwood (owner) and family, Doctor Landall, Mr. &amp;nbsp; Harper, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Harries, Mr. Young, and Mr. Kirkham and family. &amp;nbsp; This day sailed for Port Jackson the brig Campbell Macquarie, Capt. Barnard. This vessel will &amp;nbsp; return again to this port immediately after her &amp;nbsp; arrival at Sydney. &amp;nbsp; Remain in the harbour the ships Julian...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 January 1821

The ship Caroline brought out direct from England a few rams and ewes of the pure Merino breed for this Settlement and Port Dalrymple; and from the Jupiter were landed on Saturday last, for a Gentleman of this Settlement, a few fine Merino rams from the flocks of the Rev. Mr. Marsden, of Parramatta. The latter had been a fortnight at sea, but all landed in excellent health. We are happy to see considerable attention excited to the acquisition of Spanish rams for the im- provement of the numerous flocks on this Island.

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