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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Continued from our fourth page.] WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Continued from our fourth page.] WEDNESDAY, JONE 30. Present-As yesterday, with the addition of Captai_ Swanston. ,*- S¡j¡ j The Insolvent' Expenses and Sheriff Act wereWûijf third time and passed. The Attorney-General stated, that he wished, before the j third reading of the Census Act, to have it recommitted, in order to meet an objection which had been made, by an honourable member of that Council, to ti' parTTrH-he-iffd. I section, with reference lo the division of the colony ialo\ parishes ; " for .'the purposes'of this Act as well us for all"l other purposes," it was intended to strike out the words ' " as well as for all other purposes." The Bill was accord- ingly recommitted, and the words erased ; it was then read a third time aud passed. The Attorney-General, in moving the second reading of the Fines and Recoveries Amendment Bill, said, that the object of the present Bill, as drawn, (how it might be altered he could not tell) was to enable married won...
THE COURIER. [?] ET pROSPERE. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
THE COURIER. Strenue et Prospere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, JULY 2. BY the Bombay and Persian, we have received ad- ditional advices from England to the 1st March. The ministry were in a bare majority, of five upon Lord Morpeth's Irish Registration Bill. There was just the same majority upon the bill brought in for the suspension of the Jamaica constitution ; but times have altered since then, when such a majority was said by ministers to be tantamount to a vote of want of con- fidence, and when they resigned their offices in conse- quence. Sir Thomas Troubridge voted in the majority, and his appearance upon the political stage just two days after the death of his daughter-a girl of seven- teen-has given rise to severe and unworthy com- ments in the Times. It had better have been passed over with an expression of surprise that Sir Thomas should have re-entered upon the scene of political strife while in the midst of domestic affliction, rather than the public taste should have been offen...
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour imported and exported at the port of Hobart Town during the week ended 29th June, 1841, inclusive : Imports -Maize, 90 bushels. Expoits.-Barley, 637 bushels ; wheat, 3600 ditto; flour, 3 tons. Return of Grain and Flour imported and exported at the port of Launceston during the week ended 26th June, 184), inclusive : Import».-Nil. Exports.-Barley, 1200 bushels ; oats, 1560 ditto ; wheat, 3350 ditto; flour,-78tons. G. H. BARNES, Collector.
THE COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 1. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
THE "COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY >1. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRID*J^JU>E 25. Présent.-The Lieutenant-Governor, the Colonial Se- cretary, the Chief Justice, the'Colouial Treasurer, the Attorney-General, the Collector of Customs, Captain Forster, Messrs. Boyes, M'Lachlan, Fenton,* Kerr, and Ashburner. The Lieutenant-Governor laid on the table the report of the Board of Education; which was read and ordered to be printed. . The Appropriation Act for 1842 was laid on the table. The Colonial Secretary laid on the table the plans and specifications of the proposed bridge at Bridgewater, with the correspondence on the subject, and also those relating to the bridge, (partly a pontoon,) about to be erected at Restdown. The honourable member recommended the plans to the particular attention of honourable members ; the works, when finished, would prove extremely useful to the colony, and the plans were very simple, plain, and beautiful. Mr. Ashburner wished to enter his protest against the Educ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
x^: WILL have early despatch. For LONDON jffPP« direct.-The A 1 bark MAYFLOWER, burthen per register 326 tons, THOMAS HEADLEY, commander. This vessel, on completing her oil, will sail immediately, taking what wool may offer. For freight or passage, apply to Cap- tain Headley on board, to KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to New Wharf, June 7. ASKEN MORRISON. "«fe. FOR LONDON. - The first-class brig JjgSg, JOANNA, 300 tons burthen, JOHN LOVETT, commander, has the greater part of her cargo engaged, nnd will hate early despatch. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Lovett on board, KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co., or to New Wharf, May 17. ASKEN MORRISON. î/3Sf-.'l",OU ADELAIDE.-The clipper-builtschooner »^£KSS-'"WATER WITCH, 150 tons, D. TALBERT, co.nmander, having arrived, is now ready to receive cargo for ? the above port, and will meet with immediate despatch. For freight or passage, (having first-rate accommodation) apply to the commander on board, or to , .-New-WtrarT, June 16...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POBT OF HOBAST TOWN. Arrivals -..June 25-the steamer Sea Horse, Ewing, from Fort Phillip, 22d June, with sundries-passengers, Messrs. Lawrie, Martin, Webb, and Fennell, Dr. Johnstone, Mr. Delion, and Mr. Turner. 25-the schooner Aynts-avd Elizabeth, Comyn, from Port Phillip, 18tb June, with sundries-passengers. Thomas Con- nor and Jeremiah Andrew. 26-the schooner Lillias, Smith, from Port Phillip, 26th June, with sheep-passenger, Mr. and Mrs. Buckland and family, Mr. Bush, Captain Blackbume, Mr. Spence, Mr. Lipscombe, and Mr. Jackson. 27- the schooner Dundee Merchant, La Rehuid, from the Bay whaling, in ballast. 28-the ship Bomlay, Ketcbin, from London, 17th Feb., with a general cargo-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Power, four children, and two servants, Mt_>nd Mrs. Burrows, six chil- dren, and «ne servant, MfRLVwufafid servant, Mr. Troosham, Mr. Symonds, Mrs. Griffiths and two children, Mary Man- ning aud child, John Dixon, Mary Dixon and two children. The States...
GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 25th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1841
GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 251A June, IS41. Notice is hereby given, that lheL'following claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by the Commission- ers appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 25th day of August next, on or before which duy any caveat or counter claim must be entered : John Clark, 247a., Monmouth, originally Benjamin Nokes, who conveyed to Judah Solomon, who conveyed to the applicant; claim dated 5th April, 1841.-Bounded OB the north west by 34 chains 50 links along a location to Peter Copeland commencing from a rivulet, on the north east by 48 choins partly along a location to William Shoebridge andpnrtly alón« a grant lo Valentine Griffiths, on the south east by 81 chains 50 Unka partly ulong loca- tions to William Gunn and Alfred Thrupp respectively and partly along lot 481 purchased from the rrown by the said John Clark, and on the south west hy 20 chains ulong the same lot, again on the north west by 50 chains 50 links ulong a locu...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
GOVERNMENT'NOtïa'Ëï'No. 150, Colonial Secretary's Office, 28th June, 1841-TheLúT^ Governor 'has been pleased to direct the publication for general information of the folh*. Abstract of the J Revenue and Expenditure for the Quarter ending the 31st March, 1841, as compa^T* with'the corresponding Quarter of 1840. ** By His Excellency's command, JOHN MONTAGU. ABSTRACT of the Colonial Revenue of Van Diemen's Land, and its Appropriation, for the First Quarte of 1841 ; compared with that of the corresponding Quarter of the Year 184GY v tvrttmie. ORDINARY. Customs, Hobart Town ,. .. --- Launceston . Post Office . Licences .. .. .. . Fees of Departments .. .. .. Rent of Stone Quarry and Government Cottage, Sec. Market Dues . .. . .. Punts and Ferries .. . 'Total of Ordinary .'. EXTRAORDINARY. Fines and Fees on Grant Deeds .. ,. .. Interest on Deposits in the Banks .. .. Proceeds on Sale of Government Property Ditto of Goods seized by the Customs Orphan Schools .. .. .. .. .. Impounding Act. ...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. WE have received a few numbers of the Graham's Town Journal to the 8th of April. The Governor had explained, in a long speech, the object of his visit to the eastern frontier, an account «of which we gave some time back in the Courier. He stated that he had every reason to hope the treaties which he had concluded with the Kafir chiefs would be pro- ductive of much benefit. He commended the for- bearance of the settlers under repeated aggressions, and the expressions of this part of his speech have been taken as an admission that lie is at length sen- sible of the injurious nature of the policy he has hitherto pursued in reference to Kafir outrages, and of the injustice which he has done to the character of the settler, in obedience, it is assumed, to the dic- tates of the Colonial Office humanity-mongers. His Excellency adverted to the expedition which he had sent to the frontiers of Natal to protect the chief Faku from threatened outrage on the part of the emigra...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
TO the MERCHANTS, SHIPOWNERS, and the Inhabitants of Hobart Town generally. The following case of distress is submitted to the generous sympathy of the public : Alexander Galilee, in command of a small schooner, trading in this port, was on Friday evening last about to,take Jeave of his wife and children previous to his going on board ; when arriving at the top of the stairs on the landing-place in the house where he lodared, and (indinga man with a table in the way, engaged in doing some repairs, be told him not to move it, as he could jump over, in attempting which, melan- choly to relate, he fell over the rail, and striking with the back of his neck on the stairs, broke his spine. The unfortunate sufferer, who was a powerful man, lingered for a considerable time, fully sentible of bis situation, till death relieved him on the following morning. The deceased was esteemed for [his integrity and good conduct. He bas left a wife and two children totally unprovided for. Subsciiptions ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 155. Colonial Secretary's Office, 30th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 155. Colonial Secretary's Office. 30th June, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor has approved of the following &nbsp; alterations in the Post Office Department :- Mr. R. S. Bird to be Postmaster at Perth, vice Mr. Veitch; &nbsp; Mr. W. Baylis Isles to be Postmaster at Spring Bay, vice Mr. Longstaff; and Mr. Storey to be Postmaster at St. Patrick's Head, vice Mr. Ransome : to take effect from the 1st proximo. &nbsp; By His Excellency's command, JOHN MONTAGU.
QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
QUARTER SESSIONS. At Campbell Town, on Monday, the 12th July. At Oatlands, on Monday, the 26th of July. At New Norfolk, on Monday, the 12th d'ay of July. At Richmond, on Monday, the 19th day of July. At Longlord, on Monday, the 19th day of July.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 157. Colonial Secretary's Office, 1st July, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 157. Colonial Secretary's Office, 1st July, 1841. By virtue of the powers vested in the Lieutenant-Governor by the Act passed for the Settlement of Claims to Grants of Land, His Excellency has been pleased to appoint William Thomas Napier Champ, Esq., Adam Turnbull, Esq.,and Sydney Stephen, Esq., to be the Commissioners under that Act; of &nbsp; whom William Thomas Napier Champ, Esq., is constituted Chairman. By His Excellency's command, JOHN MONTAGU.
AUDIT OFFICE. 30th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
AUDIT OFFICE. 30fA June, 1841. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial treasury for payment between the 23rd of the current month and this date:_ T. Harbottle, stores; J. H. De La Hunt, ditto; G. Hulton, deals; W. Cleary, Cartage; John Matheson, «iitto; J. Murray, shoes ; J. Abbott, expenses ; J. M'Con nell, repairs ; T. Harbottle, lead ; M. A. Cox, transport ; I. Burbury, ditto; W. H. Breton, Coroners'fees ; W. Ben- son, medical attendance ; John Price, rewards ; C. Booth, ditto. G. T. W. BOYES, Auditor.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 151. Colonial Secretary's Office, 29th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 151. Colonial Secretary's Office, 29th June, 1841. Tickets-of-Leave have been granted to the following convicts, viz.- &nbsp; Edward Higgs, Clyde; John Hughes, Waterloo; John Harman, True Love and Syren; William Jones, Mangles; &nbsp; George Low, Eden; Thomas Lee, William Miles; John Massan, Lotus; John Martin, Jupiter; James Mancey, Georgiana; Charles Naish, Lady Kennaway; Donald McPherson, Elisabeth; Willam Priest, Frances Charlotte; Robert Payne, &nbsp; Georgiana; Charles Smith, ditto; Stephen Spencer, Malabar; Charles Saunders, Eden; John Stringer, Sarah; Thomas San??s, Frances Charlotte; William Tyler, Asia; David Thurman, Jupiter; Samuel Walker, Prince Regent; Archibald &nbsp; Warden,Lotus; James White, Jupiter; Samuel Ward, Au??s Jessie; John Henry Wilson, Norfolk; Alice or Ellis &nbsp; Arthur, Princess Charlotte; Ann Crawley, Atwick; Matilda &nbsp; ??ir, Arab; Ellen Yates, ditto; Elizabeth Williamson, Atw...
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 148. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th June, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1841
GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 148. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th June, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor directs the publication for general information of the "Estimate of the probable &nbsp; &nbsp; Expenditure of the Government of Van Diemen's Land for the year 1842," as voted by the Legislative Council. By His Excellency's command, JOHN MONTAGU. His Excellency the Lieu- tenant-Governor and Judges ... £5200 0 0 Civil Establishment ... £63,891 12 11 Department of Public &nbsp; Works ... 7,492 17 6 Judicial Establishment ... 15,858 l8 9 Ecclesiastical Establish- &nbsp; ment ...13,297 15 0 Schools ... 9,620 0 0 Military Establishment ... 328 2 6 &nbsp; &nbsp; Pensions ... 776 18 9 For Public Buildings, Wharfs, &c. ... 13,584 16 0 Miscellaneous ... 18,141 6 8 - £142,992 8 1 Total £148,192 8 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For ?? - further particulars of Estimate see Gazette.) &nbsp;