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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

G. BANK OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. Arfienaral Meeting of'the'Proprietors will»be, , held ita the Bank baildingt, Macqearie street, on Monday the »rd December taeXt, at 12 i o'clock, for the purposs of eleoiitig three directors 'ú'oomof those who retire by rotation. , " 4 ,k . Gentlemen who intend becoming candidates 'must address themselves to the Boara of Director«, (through the CaiuierYat least seven days previous to the election,' 7 ' ' CHAM.BS M'LACHLAN, ; Managipg Dlreotor. ' THE ECLIPSE AND TALLY-HO COACHES. WISE, P. MILLS & CO. _ having purchased the above, beg to inform the public that one Coach will start from the Ship Inn on Sunday morning next, at 7 o'- clock, for New Norfolk, and will leave at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of the same day for Hobart town, and will continue every. Sunday during the summer months. Every week dav the coach will start from the Ship Inn at 8 o'clock in the morning, and leave Netv Norfolk at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of the same day for' Hobar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

IN addition to the vegetables required by the   Commissariat General advertisement, ten-   ders will also be received for supplying the quan- tity required at the Commissariat stores, Hobart town, during the ensuing year.   A. MOODIE, A.C. G. Commissariat office, Nov. 8, 1832. POLICE Office, Hobart town, October 31, 1832.-Whereas on the 7th instant, the warp of Mr. Stephenson's punt at New Norfolk, was wilfully and maliciously cut by some person or persons at present unknown, I do hereby give notice, that I am authorized by the Lieuten- ant Governor to state, that a Ticket of Leave will he granted to any Convict who shall give such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders. M. FORSTER, C. P. M. FIFTY POUNDS REWARD, OR A FREE PARDON. POLICE OFFICE. Hobart town, Nov. 6, 1832. WHEREAS the horse with the mail bags   from Launceston, is believed to have     been stolen on the 5th. ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING, A vessel was coming up the river when our paper went to press. Arrived yesterday the bark Lavinia, 300 tons, Capt. Gray, from Liverpool 10th June, having put into the Cape of Good Hope for re- freshment, with an assorted cargo of merchan- dize. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. John Dil- lon, 2 children and 3 servants from Dublin, Mrs. Williams and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Messrs. Crozier, Malcomson. Thom- son, Young and 2 Fogans, in all 66 passen« gers besides their wives and children. Arrived on Monday, the schooner Currency Lass, Capt. Henry Wishart, from Sydney 27th October, with general cargo of goods.-Pas- sengers, Mr. Howes, Mr. Franks* Arrived on Tuesday the schooner Specula- tor, from Sydney, Oct. 2?, with a cargo of cedar and maize.-Passengers, Mr. H.Par- ker, Mr. Hargford. ' The Henry, Capt. Bunney, sailed on Sun- day for London, with a full cargo of colonial produce, as mentioned in our last. The Lang, Capt. Muddle, sailed on Sunday for the sperm whale f...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

Orje Cw(er. [FRIDA** MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1832. L i i r»B>ra<g^i- ? l< ." *>6>ffl^<i ? The punishment of death abolition bill has passed, the consequence of which will be that the principle of transportation and secondary ' punishment will be more than ever attended to, . Sir R. Peel does not however conceive that the latter will be nn effectual check to crime. Had Fauntleroy, said he, been transported, and bad brought with bim 30,0001. or 40,0001. of the 409,0001. of which he had defrauded his ' creditors, would he not on his arrival here lead a life ,of learned leisure, free from all restraint ? We regret extremely that a man of Sir R. Peel's high standing and experience should betray such extreme ignorance of the . real circumstances of such a supposed case. - Why! had Fonntlproy been transported to Van Diemen'* land, instead of being condemn ' ed tu furnish an ignominious, implacable, heart »earing spectacle to the rabble of London, so fa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

«STANTB0, u WïrthopteAtfn and Parler, a» «Tf->!s*trtriy,i aoiivtVindastrious, obliging, con- fidential, mido>*t,ed w; who hit (been, abcus to«|ed "to pack a«dl,w.e«X,$e.rchana¡»,giyei.e. oeiptf.and dtlive^gcods.'flmckto perform wbau .Ver may be required of him, and tlive W-Lia mas-, ' To'sUch a'tnani with » good character tuoMdary wtU'be líbtral. AtipV'óT'.V.'LOWBS. WANTED to rentor-t»ke on the Calves, . . AOO sheep, at "so much ,per .100, on an cscellent well watered run of IO acre* of land, apply to Mr F. Flexmore, jnnr, Green poftdsfor to Mr. Thomas Fields Black maish. WANTED.-A Working orerseer and his Wife-the man, who will be pitted in charge of a very extensive stock establishment, at the Eastern "Marsneê, most be practically ac qttainted with agricultnre and the proper manage Dient of live stock-and his wife must be qualihtd to manage a.dairy. . Apply to Mr. D. Stanfield, Clarence plains, or Mr, Kimberley, Hobart town, Oct. SO, 1832. WANTED.-A situation as overseer, by...

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, June 28,1882. Important debate on these Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, June 28, 1832. Important debate on t hete Colonia. Mr. H. L. Bulwer on moving: for a commit- tee to inquire into the best means of providing for. a legislative assembly as well as trial %y j urv for New-South Wales, said the inhabi tantsofNew South Wales were entitled from their wealth, their enterprwe, their number» and extent Of country, to have a legislature for the conduct of the colony, as well as teal, hy j urv. The exports and imports had mate- rially increased since 1828, the export of wool had increased BÍX fold, and of other articles of produce 8 fold-since 1885, while the amount of shipping entering Port Jackson had increased eren in a still -greater ratio. Hitherto the conduct of the Governors of that colony had been most arbitrary and unjust, and the only 'Way to prevent its recurrence for the future would be to give the colonists a legislature of their own and a trial by jury, without having cither naval or military officers as the only tri- bunal ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS, FOR 1833. NOTICE is hereby given,' that Tenders «ill be reeeived at the Commissariat Offices at Ho- bart town and Launceston, until 12 o'clock on Monday the 1 Dib day of November next, for furnish- ing the undermentioned supplies and transport for twelve months commencing un the 1st January, HOBART TOWN. FRESH M BAT, per lb. His Majesty's troops bips of War Transports and Government Vessels, Colonial Hospital, Female House of Correction, King's Orphan Schools, Gaol, Prisoners barracks, Prisoners sod others out of bar- racks,-Live sheep (the weight to be ascertained by, killing tor 2 from the number seleoted by the Com- missary, if the average cannot be' otherwise agreed upon. ' BREAD, per lb. ''?' Made from wlieaten flour from which 2ft per cent. Uran has been extraoted.-His' Majesty's troops, Ships of War Transports, and Government vessels, Female Orphan Sch.iol. Bread per Ib.-From ditto, from wbioh 12 per cent, bran has been extraoted, Gaol, Female House of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

w COLONIAL STORE OFFICE. Hobart town, Nov. 14, 18M i EQUIRED for the public »erf ice the «ndeiw 4, mentioned articles, vi« : ' _________ COLONIAL ESTABLISHMENT. Foolscap paper best qnallty., IO ream», do. 2d do. io do, Tricing do. W^A^i . iel* lines! 20 do.,»V«8 ."* Ä'. ïax 8 b stamp» It, paper knives 6. »«.«'»« *".°,0ï. We« best quality «4 boxes, non«¡6, book, of .> Homilies 2, arithmetical tutors assistanti, mark iugink 1 bottle, 8urveyingchilM«J. wwcMdie» English, 4 boxe», S^^*T^l%?Ci£S aancers earthen, 6, whita plate» 6. wbj Jisbes 2, white basons 2, double ironed3»<* ?'f"**« do smoothing do 24, double ^*Wt¿S¡ 24, black worsted stockingsfor children, from» to IO vesr» old. 50 pairs. I»mp cotton. 10 in., ~ stole &?t« ivo^ « ¡&JS¿»gg hinges li pairs. Iron pipe» .'nch. J"m^er¿0^ Garden shears 2 pairs, whiting 1120 lbs, Roman cement* casks, pit saws complete e.crooa-cut do do ia, white paint 1120 lbs tupentine: oana inrlnded. 20 gallons, shingle nails, ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Monday the 13th? inst. the Thomas Lawrie, 300 tons, Liet. Langdon, R.N. commander, from London 21st June, Ports- mouth 1st July, with a general cargo. Pas. sengers Mrs. Swanston and family and 5 ser-   vants, Mr. and Mrs. Flexmore, Miss Fisher and 3 servants, Mr. Swanston, Mr. Lambert, Mr. Venderflank, Mr. Roberts and 55 others. Arrived on Monday the brig Mail, 281 tons, Capt. Rowett, from Liverpool 3rd July, with a Îeneral cargo. Passengers Mr, and Mrs. f.Gregor and 5 children, Mr. and Mrs. Browne, Mr* Clark, Mr.1 Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. M'Intyre and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. Everard and & children, Mr. and Mrs. Broad- way, Mr. and'Mrs. Russel and four children, Messrs. Farrel, 'Calvert, Hall, Alexander, Kerr, Fenton, White, Peters, Miss'Kerr, Miss Anderson, Miss Rankin. Arrived on Monday the North Briton, 408 tons, Cant. Morritonv-lrOm Leith 7th July, with good». PMsenjre*** W. Rankin, Esq. Mewn. Buchan, Grant Dug, Stanhousoe, Mr. a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

T BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. FOR Sale,-aine Shares of the Bank of Van Diemen'» Land. Apply at the once of this CONCERT.--Mr. Deane and Mrs. Davis beg to announce to the Inhabitants of Hobart town and its vicinity, that they intend giving a Concert of vocal and instrumental music.^with the assistance of Mr, Ray, (previous to his de- parture for England by the Aiethusa)on Monday evening next, at the Court House. The perfor- mance will be anonOced in Bills. Tickets to lie had of Mr. Deane; Elisabeth street; aud of Mr. Wood, Stationer. Liverpool street, Nov. l8, 1832. WANTED, several sums of money on unde- niable security, for which liberal interest «rill be allowed. Apply to Mr. Rowlands, Solici- tor, Macquarie street. WANTED A situation a»'Warehouseman and Porter in a wholesale «tore or shop, by a young man > of active-and «.dnsitioos habits» he writes a good hand, can weigh and deliver goods, take orders, &c. having be«u accustomed to that line, be has also a knowledge of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

WANTED 'to,rent or take on the halves 400 sheep, at so much per 100, on an excellent well watered run of 10 acres of land, apply to Mr F. Flexmere, jnr, Green ponds,or ,to Mr. Thomas Field, Black mans sts.               WANTED*-A working overseer and hit < wife-the man, who will be placed in charge of a very extensive stock establishment, at the Eastern Marshes, most be practically ac- quainted with agriculture and the proper manage« mentof live stock-and his wife matt be qualified to manage a dairy. Apply to Mr. P. Stanfield, Clarence plains, < Mr. Kimberley, Hobart town, Oct. 30, 1832. WANTED.-A situation as overseer, by a young man lately arrived in the Colony, who previously .rented several large grazing farms at home. Salary not so much the object of the advertiser, a* a,wish to become acquainted with colonial matteis. Apply at thlroffice. BANK OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. A...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 November 1832

The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1832.   -------     It gives us pleasure .to observe that the re- marks we offered on the present «depressed state of things in the colony, have not only met the general approbation of our readers' but our hints have in some degree been adop* ted. Economy is becoming more and more conspicuous arnon» all ranks, especially among the respectable part of the community-a mu- tual confidence, wherever it can be safely re- posed, is daily springing up, putting a period' or at least a stop, to ruinous law expenses, giving the various parties time to recover them elves, and to restore,and keep alive thenative spirit of trade*and enterpriie. ^ It ia, indeed astonishing how goon a course of well applied industry, strict temperance, and rigid economy, if fairly and steadily set about, will give the balance.to a man's, tottering affairs, and feet him again firmly on Isis legs. We are too apt ¿tidced lo forget how much our own indi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

.*M7FANS*D»' ww»l«*ÍQÍímw!y on onde' f\K niable (wooröy, fMija-hiçh l^baral interest, will M. «IfoMk J Apply to,|Ir. Rowlands, Solid tor, Maoqoaris street. r^fctf^ft as GoyerBe'ss.' ina fintfiv ,( residing ,in the Country, a Lady mliy. AliSCv^-A NoWry G**arnenaad Needlewd man capable of 'iriitruct in«? children in the first rudiments, and who is wsWk&to »take hcnelf gerieíall; useful. Apply tftthei Printer. T' ç MILLEBS.~Want*d a person in tlie above capacity/wbo oánio free to the country and ii capable of undertaking tlie whole manage Went of á flodv mill in good practice. Such an individual -wid hear of a good situation by applying af the Courier office, Liverpool street. The stritt- est referenoe as to character and abilities will be re- quired. WANTED to rent or (lake on the halves, 400 sheep, at so nuich per 1O0, on an excellent well watered ruo of, 1000 acres of land, apply to Mr F. Flexmore, jnnr, Green ponds,or to Mr. Thomas Field, ¿lack matap. BANK OP VAN DIE$ENS li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

"'Some important discussions have taken place in the House of Commons relative to the qualification for members of counties and bo- roughs in Scotland. It was proposed at onetime that the qualification there should be the same as in England. To this, however, there was considerable opposition, and the Lord Advocate at length consented to with- draw the qualification clause altogether. There is, therefore, in point of fact, no qualifi- cation whatever required in Scotland, further than that the candidate who offers himself shall be qualified as an elector. Formerly the member elected for a borough, or a district of boroughs, must have been a burgess of one or other of these boroughs ; and a candidate for a county could not be eligible, unless he pos- sessed such a quantum of superiority in land as constituted bim a voter. The law remains as before, but as the franchise is extended the qualification becomes less limited. In the House ol' Commons on Wednesday the 20th June, Air. O'Conn...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

A T a public Meeting of the Land Proprietots e" £TL of the Police District of Campbell town, on beld this day (pursuant to a requisition to Janies ich England, Esq., Police Maltrate) for the pur :d, pose of pointing out to the Surveyor General such nd cross-roads as may be required in the district. ci. The following gentlemen were nominated as n |je general Committee, three of whom to form a quorum in order to describe the roads required Li* in their own neighbourhood. ied Messrs. Thos. Archer Messrs. B. Horne r a Joseph Archer H. Harrison m¿ George Alston. , - *H. Jellicoe " James Aitkin' J. Leake a G. Batman ; J. M'Leod tn' B.lCotter , J. Parramore he G. C. Clark ' 'J'. Pearson rst {. w. Davidson | Geo. Scott he Capt. England D. Strang J. Forlong J. C. Sutherland irk J. Foster Wm, Talbot ho Wm. Fleteher David Taylor )m J. Gardiner Robt. Taylor .A Lieut« Groves ft, Willis f A. Gatenby Capt. Wood ,-a ' Major Gray Wm. Young }T D. Gibson f * -00 tin A letter from the Surveyor General ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

Cíje Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S3,1832. Títere is a species of mutual intelligence es- sential in civilized communities, the want of which even the press, large and extensive as it is in this colony, is unable to supply. We need scarcely say ive mean the establishment -of a weekly market, still most lamentably a desideratiiin in Hobart town. Why it still continúes tobe so we cannot conceive. Seve ' ral abortive attempts have been made to bring it «bout both by the Government and the peo- ple, *but some stronger measure than any yet 1 -tried must it is evident be put in force, such is the general luke-wartnness and supineness, before it is accomplished. The site once in- tended for it at the end of Campbell street, op- posite tlip Cuinmtbsariat office, is not we un . deist and to be carried into effect, but that still more .desirable arena at the New Wharf is ,. ' to be permanently allotted for the purpose. I g Though, however, the arrangements as to stalls Sic. nitty not be ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Wednesday the 21st, the schoon- er Prince Regent, from Launceston, with a cargo of wheat, &c. Arrived on Monday the 19th inst., the schooner Harlequin from Launceston, with wheat, barley &c. Sailed on Sunday the schooner Speculator, Capt. Green for Sydney, in ballast. . Sailed same day the schooner Eagle, Capt. Charles Pratt, with.whalebone tor Sydney. Passengers Lieut. Foster, Miss Jones, "Mr. Cuthbert, Mr. J. Proud. Sailed on the same day, the schooner Cur- rency Lass, Capt. Wishart, for Sydney.-Pas- sengers Mr. Dillon and Mrs. Young. The schooner Mars, Capt. Hayes, is loading for Launceston. The ship North Briton, Capt, Morrison, is expected to sail for Sydney on Sunday. The brig Hind arrived at Launceston last week, with goods from Sydney, and the schooner Henry from Kangaroo island. A niail by the Socrates from Launceston, will be closed at the post office, Hobart town, this day, at 4 o'clock, for the Cape, ^Calcutta and Mauritius ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

COLONIAL STORE OFFICE. Hobart town, Nov. 14, 1832. REQUIRED for the public service the under- mentioned articles, viz :       COLONIAL ESTABLISHMENT. Foolscap paper best quality, 10 reams, do. 2d do. 10 do, Tracing do, 10 quirs, demy do ruled feint lines. 20 do., quills best quality 4000, wafer stamps 12, paper knives 6, sealing wax 8 do, wafers best quality 24 boxes, hones 6, books of Homilies 2, arithmetical tutor assistant 1, mark- ing ink «'".*. surveying chains 20, wax candles English, 4 boxes, Sweeping brushes 12, cups and saucers, earthen. 6, white plates 6, white dishes 2, while basons 2, double ironed jack planes 24, do smoothing do 24, double ironed trying planes 24, black worsted stockings for children, from 3 to 10 years old, 50 pairs, lamp cotton. 10 lb.,   stone blue 3 lb, ivory black 2 lb, parliament hinges 12 pairs, Iron pipe 2½ inch diameter, 180 ft; Garden shears 2 pairs, whiting 1120 lbs, Roman cement 4 casks, pi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 November 1832

TO BE LET, Furnished, the two Jront Par- lours of a neat Cottage, situated in a plea- sant part of Hobart town. For particulars apply at the office of ibis, paper. TO Let -A convenient Store, in good repair, on the wharf, at present occupied by Mesirs.Betts & Go. Application to be made to, Collicott and Macmichael. Rent modérât«. TO be Let.-»-A nest cottage, furnished or un- furnished, consisting of 4 rooms 2 kitchens and servants' bed room, and a most excellent kitchen garden, situate at the upper end of Da- vey street, with a weil of excellent water on the premise's. . > For further particulars inquire at Mr. Bailey's builder, Macquarie street. TWO neat Cottages to be Let in an airy situa- tion in the neighbourhood or EIUabeih-st. Rent moderate. Applv to Mr. T/hos. Brenuand, Auctioneer, LivcrpooLfttreet. . ' WANTS a situation as Overseer, a steady, ac- tive man, lately arrived in the colony, «ho perfectly understands the breeding, feeding, buy- ing, telling, and general...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 November 1832

MASON'S HOTEL, New Norfolk. THE undersigned baa opened the above Hotel' for the reception of his friends and the public, and fittrd it np in no ordinary style. From the length of time the proprietor has been in the wine trade, gentlemen may rest assured that the wines and spirits will be of the first cha- racter. The stage arrives daily at 12, and on Sunday« dinnerwill be on table at half past 1. HORATIO W. MASON. N. B -Good stabling and cattle yardi. NOTICE-JOHN BROWN, Murray.street, intending to leave the Colony in March next, requests that all persons having any claims agaiust bim, will have them presented for pay- ment on or before the 15 th of January next ; and all persons indebted to him are, requested to settle 'the same immediately, or they will be handed over to his Solicitor without further no- tice, :o recover the same. » Nov. $9, 1832.

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