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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

?- ; iptfBtip5 Notice. j 'I' - ;#WH E Sale ao^rtised by Public Auction, ?;-i;iI-!. to'iake place fcn the 15-li February, pt' ; 1 the lal*» Wt. Asn's effects, and other goods, is unavoidably postponed until the 15th March, \ *eX** J. H. REIBEY. Februarys 1832. THt^ITH a view to effefcling a full and - ^TWir-final seHtement' ot all ques'tibp^, of -/disputed or: doubtful 'boundaries, previous to the ^.'general isfcue of Title , Deeds, the Surveyor Gerieraj proposes to investigate and adjust such jcasfs, by par) fibpS1 iir succession ; and it ie there* , ^O£en.qyfsi«5d '..tflat the actual propiielors of all locutions in the folto.wwe; parisWs will, withouj; delav, specify to lh« SurveyoHSeiu'iBl in writ ing what lands they are possessed of iii those pa* rfciu-£,.jHid-ihat-tfaey-wiil ?at-t«e-saioe lime state whether any dispute or uncertainty exists, with inspect to any fforftbri'of'Hifeir ? boMntJaq«s,i«x- \ libtoiSiqg 'as fully as '(»6sViblfe lhe! tiatore of their . ^si^wjrjec jejajira...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, MARCH 14, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

SHIPPING INTEtttGENtlJE. lAUNCESTON, mTrCH U, 1832.. ARRIVED. Oft the 12th, the barque 'Nereus,' 178 tons, J. James, master, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers— Messrs. De Villiers, Doddery, Killing, , and Gaynef. ? . On the 12th, the government brig " Tamar" Capt.     Bateman, from Great Island. Passengers, Messrs. Robinson and Cottrell --the latter from George Town.   SAILED. On ihe 18th, jthe brig*' Hind,'. 141 tons, R. Scott, master, for the Isle of France, witti 66 bags (13,547 slbs.iiieltX^f. Flour, 64p bags 2000 bushels of wheat, and 5 tons of potatoes, shipped by Mr. Williams and ?? -Mr. Scott. '-'--f '??-1:'-' . R-!n)aii)ii)grrgar-ques, Princess Aiigusta (loading ' London direct) and Nerens; - brig, Marq. dornwallis, j atid Tamar ; schooners— Farewell, Mars, and Henry. HObXrT TOWN, MARCH 10, 1832. { ARRIVED. ........ On the 8th instant, the schooner ' Harlequin,' , Captain Munn, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

?W UlMLY nmved, and for -sak at the ?»* ^%-fes-of J. anfl A. Andersoa, Charles JStiwt, opposite tfieChurdi':— Soperfme'black and -grey -rite Trats, Made lace Weils, linen, «b'trt1ngs, Meetings calico, hosiery, (Limenibourg, prints, -iinbleaohed ^drills, ?sewing ?cotton, blankets 'and rags, cantoon jackets, trwr ?sers, and vests, iblack ciofh trowsets and gaiters, ?speckled drill shooting coats and trowsers, printed Jean, white and unbleached drill trowsere, -mole- -sk£n .jackets and trowsers, fnstian ditto, toeaver *een ditto, diedk tihirts, flannel ^drawers, Wel - Sington boots, three-bushel bags, * few double barrelled PERCUSSION POWLING.PIECES, per cussion caps, Walker and Co.'N patent shot, «a&t- hcon PUMPS for welte, cart tire, tJnnninghain's improved mould-boards, with soles and side plates, shingle, batten, and flooring nails, knives and forks, sailor^ knives, tea kettles, camp«*ena, - saucepans and 'frying-pans, «tock and closet locks, 'tt-ng«-s and screws, hatciiets...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, March 10, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, March 10, 1832.   FREE— William Bushell. Surrey— John Fox. Woodford— John   Fawkes. Lord Melville— Benjamin Brettell. Ditto— Joseph   Ashmore. Ditto— Samuel Ragg Ditto— Edward Stockley. Arab— Abraham Hart. Lady Castlereagh— William Martin.   Ditto— James Lloyd, Lord Melville       A TICKET OF LEAVE has been granted to John Rathbone   Woodford.                         MR. EDWARD SYMONDS has been appointed a Division Con-   ' .. »taWe. P.O. imuiiceBto^rvibe Mr DavW Williams. PUBLIC POOjn»-iOril*i%'~w7Bt Bank^rth^take' fover, *' between the forms of 'Willjain Effiogham Lawrence, Esg, , . ., »nd Mr JamesOeorfrp Parker withfp the VolJce district of Norfolk Plains. JOSEPH KIRKBY, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

TO BE LET ON AN 1MFROVING LEASE, FOE THREE OR FOGE YEARS, - A Desirable FARM on the banks of (he Tamar, conlaioing- 500 acre^ A num ber of Sydney Cows, and a few Bullocks will be also let with the farm, on such terms as may indue** any industrious man with a family to ayail himself of the opportunity to establish a dairy and stock farm, for the supply of shipping* Apply, at the office of this paper. March 20, 1832. Cape Wine, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. THE SOUTH AFRICAN WINE| COMPANY (formed with the view of improving the Wines of that Cplony, and] thereby increasing the consumption,) have tranja emitted samples thereof to Mr. J, W. BELL, m Launceston, who is instructed to sell in Pipes, d Half-Pipes, and Quarter Casks, winch will be 3 forwarded to him by the first vessel from Sydney. ; 1 ant} arrangements will be -made to supply the de mand in future, direct from their depot ftl^, Cape Town. .:????-?? ' ? C. L; J. de ^ILLIERS. Launceston, 19th March) 1832. LAND. WANTED to purchase a Farm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

*-^fy(V^AlIy^rom Launceston with new ©riHsh^ttmlMip? Wpitf * A&otisJl, JtomH^J ^wkios, ^mnwuvder. ^As this ship has only raem for a few bales of %#p1, eiirly ^pMCatWrti fs fifttjessary. She lias tiie tfest accommodations for Passeogers, and carries a^jkirgeonv - ?????-' l ? „???? ? ??' ? ? ? 6 Appit t« Captain Hawkins, «o board, or to .*'':...?' T. WILLIAMS. Launceston, Jan. 12, 1832. ** ??-;- ' ' '{ ' ? ? ? ' ? «-l'T J!J .' ..-I1 ? . . - ' ':?? Vmi LONDON DIRECT, «JJlfe(E finis faist-iaUipg Ship «'J?e M^isetmsH^ Gifi. &gil vie, having »pfti4y h»r whole tcargo engaged, wUI .have iniine -Hat» despatch. . . Jppiidatibo Tor freight of a few bales t-f Wool . '*:? ? ..' ]. ,' ? . iv;r, «-. :- - - - ?? - ^ FOH WNDON DIRECT, ^4fiL f¥lit E fioe fast-sailing; coppered 'SHE'S- and c6pper ' fastened .Ship |1 ifoJo \Mk%nW^ she' will' hat*. (mr ?engirt «{£,£#, .** f^^npfire 6ver| $»s8lble comfort..* - -U i j!«---*, ?,..'* *-?.! ?'-''???? 'iu v-'-'Ht *f a; Yr? j mm sale. j^^ fliHE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

FREE DISCUSSION IS THE COLONIES. MEETINGS AT SYDNEY. AT A MEETING- of -he Friends of Mr. Hall, the Proprietor and Editor of the 'Sydney Monitor' Journal, held at Cum* mings's Hotel, io Sydney, on Wednesday, the 3th of February, 1832, W. C. Wentworth, Esq. in the chair, the following Resolutions (being duly moved and seconded) were passed unani mously.— *.— That this Meeting being impressed with feel* ings of regret, that Mr. Ball by his steady un deviating course to promote the happiness and prosperity of this Colony — the reform of abuses —and the redress of wrongs— should have in* curred great pecuniary loss, do, with the view of making some compensation for the expenses incurred, and privations sustained by him in such his praiseworthy and laudable endeavours,' agree to raise by subscription, a Pune, to be presented -o Mai, as a testimony of their public esteem, and individual respect. II. — That in order to give an opportunity for the more general expression of the public feelin...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. THE COUNTRY TO THE NORTH WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

' '. mw lijpoT^' %|.BS' :. '. '' THE COUNTRY, TQ ?fi% NO^Ttt^ WJ&ST. „ XFeoH The Sydney Monitor.] Geonox .Cj.Ad«, who was t|;ied and convicted ob a'huwdayv we.ftk for horse-slealing, and cast lor death, M : tfie. bushranger fw}jp su cceeded jp attaching h'BiSelf to the Aborigines beyond Jla AiwrBti, so;a6 to be adopted as a member' of the ^different . itribes . with whom he travelled for ftlgrent distapre into the interior,. Be speaks con £dienU.v of the dtscoverv of a sreat river far to .the north, and oi a rich tract of country eligibje ?for ,setll«r^ to a gteat.exteot on the northern side of the fiver, extending to the sea-coast. As JVIajoj; Mitchell has been long absent to ascertain ! ithe .truth of CtAHR's report, and »s the public; may thortly expect a report of his journey, a .«hor:i, account of Clauk's route may not be^injn-t ;*e«»btin«» Th- following is in his own words :—. *M;al»fflys had ; a great desire to be free from all .restraint, and the last time, which is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

We have to ainhbuiicesHhe^BrrjTalof a mail front Sydney, by the brig. ** Tare/* banging BRITISH X%^LLIGENCE of g||a-.imp^rtan^ to the JOthof November.— We hopef in: the bourse of the morning, to lay it before our readers in a Supplement.

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

PRICE OF GRAIN. / XiAUN€E6T0K; «. d. m. a. Wheat, ? ,..,. 4 : 6 to 6 : 0 Barley, .»»..,.. ? 4 ? 6 ?— fi : 4) Oats, .,.,...,...... 6:0 — 6:6 Flour, (best) per cwt. 16s,— Ditto (seconds) 14s, ; . / Meal, lSs.' percwt. - HOBART TOWN, f. ? *? . ? Wheat, ? 5:6 Barley, ............ *.;:;.. 4 : 0 Oats, ? 0 : 0

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INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

INTEMPERANCE. To every well- wisher of his adopte dlfltid, tfcere can be no subject more important than the means of increasing l he morality of the .people; as, ac cording as vic-f or morality prevails, so Bre the com lor ts of society eocreased or diminished.' Of all the causes of crime with which we are ac quainted, there is none so powerful as Intempe rance : nor is there any so pernicious in its effect) or dreadful in its result. This evil habit, we l#tMkm**A . j« j»a mw 1% n « ? « ^1 **4**«,4-A «tf #? I I Mill .#-!- l«na iaui-rui iu Day, uao, hi urowiic vi an niuui um been done, made head to such a degree id Fan Diemen's Land, that it ceases to be a mere pri vate evil, and becomes a public nuisances one which it appears to us is of sufficient magnitude to warrant the whole thunder of the press being directed against it. We therefore deem no apo logy necessary for devoting a portion of our columns to the consideration of the dreadful abuse of ardent spirits in this island— the ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MARCH 21, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

LAUNCkstoiS AhrERTISEM. MARCH 21 ; 1834. By the accounts of the Colonial Revenue just published, we perceive that the amount of fees collected by the Harbour Master at this Port, is distinctly specified, as if to make it appear that the said sum formed the principal part of the revenue derived from this side of the island. This we cousider to be most uncandid and improper. If the Launceston receipts be distinguished at all, every item should be stated ; and then the people would see how grossly they are neg lected. ( If the Customs- Revenue of Laun ceston were brought out by itself, and placed against the Expenditure for this town, it would present a fearful balance against the government, and exemplify what we have so repeatedly said, that the resources of this side of the island, are squandered upon the county of Buckinghamshire—the property in which, especially about Hobart Town, would not (if sold) realise the money which has been expended upon it in improvements. For this asser...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, MARCH 21, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, MARCH 31, 1833. ARRIVED. On the I9tb, die. barque 'Elizabeth,' Captain Donal, from Hobart Town, with a general cargo of merchandize, consigned to Messrs. Robertson's, Cook and Sherwin, Waliinshaw, Corbett, and to Oa the 17th instant, the new schooner *' Elizabeth,' . Griffiths, master, from the South Sea' Islands, with 730 fur and 000 hair Seal Skins, 10,000 Wallaby Skins 7 tons of Seal Oil, and 25 tons of Salt. Yesterday, the barque ' Research,' Capt. ugilvie, from Hobaft Town. Same day, the brig ' Yare,* from Sydney. Remaining-r-BarqueB, Princess Augusta (loading for London) Nereus, Elizabeth, and Research ; brigs, M arq. CornwaUis, Yare, and Taraar ; schoon ers, Elizabeth, and Farewell ; cutter Fanny. . HOBART TOWN, MARCH 17, 1833. ,. ARRIVED.. On the 13tb, the barque ' London,** Capt. Picker np, from Liverpool, 3d Sept. and the Gape of Good iHope 14th January, with a general cargo of British goods and wines, &c. from the Cape,— Passenge...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

DOMESTIC. Wreck of the Brenda.— It is with great regret we have to announce the unwelcome intelligence of the loss of the Brig ' Brenda' Capt. Rewcasvle front this port bound for flobart *Towd. The ves sel it appears from the. statements of the parties who have brought the' news to town, was run aground on the north-west end of Swan Island, in Bass's Straits, with square yards, in moderate weother; the Captain Saving put back to look for a boat which had got adriftj The accident happened on Monday, the 12th instant, and on Friday a sealers' boat brought up the surgeon, chief officer, and one of the passengers, with the news. As soon as the necessary arrangements could be made, the sloop 'William,' and the schooner' Mars' were both laid «on to go down to the wreck for the purpose of Baviog the cargo, of which there is every hope, Without much damage. The people are spoken of as being, in a state of mutiny and open rebellion against the officers. It* would be unfair, in the1 present s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

FDR5YDNPY. ^tfGfjfLT 1 l O sail in a few days, the schooner i^BfflT. JL'' '« JFareweU.'— For Freight or Passage apply to Mr, Charlton, near the Wharf. N. B.— A few Tons of good Potatoes wanted, for which Ca6h will be paid on delivery* Launceston, March 14, 1832. \ FOR SYDNEY, * jrfS.fl^flE fine Barque ' Nereusf of SfcSSfi. -?- the burthen of 125 Tons register, will positively sail for the above Port the first week in April; has room for a few hundred Bush els of Grain. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or to HENRY REED, Agent. Launceston, March 16, 1832. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, , A Capital WINNOWING .MACHINE, upon an improved principle. An ex cellent WEIGHING MACHINE, with Weights complete ;— one Tormentor ;— three Ploughs ;— ? a quantity of New Zealand PINE ;— about 30 dozen Bottled Beer ;— 33 dozen Cordials, in three dozen casks ;— six Hogsheads Porter. Also, a few tons Of COALS. For further part iculars apply to Captain James, on board the Barque ' Jfeng...

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RAMMOHUN ROY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

RAMMOHUtf ROY. This celebrated character forms an object of the most lively interest in England,— -wherever he ap pears he is welcomed enthusiastically. We ex tract from an English paper the speeches of Dr. Bowring and Kammohun Roy, delivered at the Anniversary of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, in May last. Rammohun Roy pro fesses a regard for the principles of Dnitariau Christianity, and states his belief in the Doctrines professed by Christians ; « But what his opinion is,' says the India Gazette, ''neither his friends nor foes can determine. It is easier to 6ay what they are not than what they are, and this we think is the case with most thinking men. Rammohun it is well known appeals to the Veda, Ihe Koran, and the Bible, holding them ail probably in equal ♦'stimaiion, extracting the good from each, and rejecting from all whatever he considers aj»ocry phal. He has been known to attend and join m prayer both among Christian and Hindoo Unita rians ; but whether he ...

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THE CAPE, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

THE CAFE, We have received by the 'London,' Cape of Good Hope Papers to the1 7th of January. We have not room for many extracts this week, but we may, perhaps, in our next, publish some of the numerous excellent articles they Contain. The 'Ceasar' jCapfc T. A. Watt, from Calcutta Ppt. 16, to London, arrived in Table Bay yester day afternoon. By this vessel intelligence -has bee'h received of the adjustment of the dispute between the Giiihaseand the Si. f . Company's Fac tory, and of the consequent resumption of the tra ding intercourse be'twt-t-n them. ' DiSTji^ssjNiJ ApcioENTAT Sea;.— The « Sophia' of 419 tons, Captain Acock, which arrived in Ta. ble Bay po Monday failed from London ou the tfjth of December 1830, qn a whaling voyage. Not being: successful in the neighbourhood of the Seychelles, they touched at one of the Mahe Islands for refreshmpnts, and proceeded to the northward, in lat. J. 39.6.— Long. 49. 12. E., they fell iu with several Fish, killed two, and got tfaed) along...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. JFrom the South A fuican Advertiser. J We have been favored with the following inte resting extract from the Times of the 17-th of Octo ber, a copy of which was on board the 'Neptune,' Capt. Cumbeulege, .which put into Simon's Bay and sailed for India 011 Sunday last— Let those who imagine tbat the People of England have 'cooled,^' or grown *vindifferent'' to the Great ; Measure of Reform, peruse this document with attention. - .-r .' ?? ? Times, London, Oct. 17, 1831. There is nothing in history so monstrous as the ' condition of this country. The King, the whole ppople with an immense majority of their repre sentatives, an, d added to them, a portion of the House of Peers, {which, with reference both to ... public character and to landed possessions, may well be rpgarded as -more. lh»o half of that noble House) have pronounced their universal de-- . sire for the correctioaof a sj^tem of flagrant abuses in* the goveinment, a system whereby all the souud and st...

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NORFOLK ISLAND AND MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

NORFOLK ISLAND AND MORBTON BAY. At the Sittings of the Supreme Court of Neir South Wales, in February last, two men, Fhan cis Mullins and John Macdonald, two pri soners from Norfolk Island, were found guilty of striking one Smith with a pick-axe, with intent to kill him. When called upon to say why sen tence of death should not be passed upon them, (we extract from the 'Sydney Monitor,') Mac dokald said, that in the first place, Mullins was innocent of the crime of which he had been coa victed, for that himself and Smith being weary of life, through the sufferings they endured at Norfolk Island, had resolved to commit some crime sufficiently heinous in its nature, to com pel the Commandant to send the perpetrator to Sydney, that he might be there tried and hanged That for this purpose they toned up which was to strike the blow/ That the lot fell unon him, Macdonald, to strike the blow. And accoi*J iugly, he struck Smith with ihe pick-axe. Thai M*)i;u*Js, on seeing the Wow, jrao.feae...

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SYDNEY—MERCHANT SEAMEN'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

SYDNEY.-^MEnCHANT SSAAIAN'S #U,I«. : The following detail ot thp.^New BiUf«rtthe tjetter regulation «nti ^oTernm^pt «i SeaweiiMO ^the Merchant service, in ch£ £olouy, ojf Now gouth Wales, ond for protection .of Masters .fljf Vessels from vexations suits iqtbe:4RtUCplony^ ?lattd to prevent flattens of Vessels -ila.ndestinelf ?Caking any person from the . said Colony,'* we Copy from *' The Aostralian.V' It is proposed, in consequ,ence of Oie^ilBcpHy, delay &, and expepee arising to Masters and Owri aen of Merchant eb|ps iputbiDg. 8t Port Jackson, from the absponding apu imprd^r^ndoxtdf Seameji, to makeWfl following provisions' ffor the preveniion of such irregulaht|esi— , ;'n ' ' Masters of vessels not to proceed on any voy age from this Colony without entering into an TBgrePtnent , in writing, 'with their- Seamen* -Ap- prentices €xc«pled) elating, lbe, Wflg.es ,ud in* tended voyage, on penalty of forfeiting ^5 for v*very Seaman ^tftkefi away WutiOMti«m}h Mree- - ment, to ife ...

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