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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

"Among the' canse« of the recent -alarm *ing increase of crime at home, we think, 'though it may at first appear paradoxical, we are justified in assigning the extreme vigilance as it is termed of the newly organized police as one. It ia'too frequently the case that con- stables, especially if they are new in office, seek about with greediness for offenders, in order to make a case and shew their activity 'to the magistrate. But the bare fact of being dragged before a court, perhaps sentenced to some punishment is enough, in many cases, to injure if not wholly ruin the character of poor 'people, servants and others, depending for their living on the employment they get from -their superiors, and' who will emly employ, where there is so extensive a choice, those who ^»re wholly free from stain or suspicion. It. is much to the credit of our Chief Police Magis- trate that apparently aware of this consequence lie invariably directs the policeman in all cases, as drunkenness, to use all ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

"-^OVEftNMBNT KOTICE, No, SOI, Colonial * \J[ SeerWary's Office, Deo.13, 183«. . John Wright, 104*. Mary, omisfable, has Been, from this day, dismissed the Poitou for improper 'conduct, in illegally ^impounding tatt le. By command of The Lieuteuaiit'Governor, J. BURNETT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hob.rt town. Deo. 14, J832. SALE BY AUCTION fcY COLMCOiT AND MACMICHAEL, On Friday the «1st instant, at ia o'clock, aUhe Commissariat Yaid, the underme»tiuned-*ni - des : RAISINS about 4000 lbs. Currants do 15000 lbs Oatmeal do 25,000 pints Peas do 12,000 do , Biscuit dust do 4000 lbs 8oct do 3000 do ' Cocoa . do 900 ' do . Staves and heading, aboat «0,000 in nomber »Iron hoop»,-about 10,000 in number And sundry old Coopers* tools, "l'avaient on delivery lu Biiitih Silver. A. MOODIE, A.CG. - COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart town, Dec. 5,1832. FORAGE. j rr*ENDER8 will be received at the Commis X san at Office, Hobart town, until 12 o'clock ? orj Wednesday »he 26th instant, for furnishing tiie undermen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

DIED.- At his residence, Hobart-town, on the 1st Dec., Mr James Cheatham, deeply lamen-   ted by all who knew him.

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived yesterday the ship Palanbam, 394 tons, Capt. Willis, with foods from the Downs 18th August, Passengers,-Mr. John Barnett, Mr.James Barnett, Mr. Read and. 113 others. Mr. Fergusson a passenger, died before the sailing of the ship, supposed to be from cholera, when she was put into Stand gate creek, but no deaths occurring, she was allowed to proceed. Arrived on Wednesday the 12th inst, the ship Dunvegan Castle, 441 tons, Capt. F. Robinson, from Sydney 2nd inst. with a ge- neral cargo aud 85 horses. Passengers W. Breton, Esq. Messrs. Challenger, Pearce, Na. than. Crump, Goggs, Wilson-also Lawrence. Graham, who was found concealed on board after, the vessel was out at sea. | Arrived on Friday, the Norfolk, Capt. Hen neker, from Madras andM«uritius, with sugar, &c.-Passengers Lieut. Allan, Mrs. Aubry, Mr. Hamilton and 10 Others. Same day, the Amity,' Capt. Lovett, from New Zealand, with oil. ' Same day, the Duckenfield, Capt. Riddell, from London 5th ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

PUBLIC MEETING, Oatlands, Nov, 21, 18S2. AT a very numerous meeting of the Land- owners and other inhabitants of the district of Oatlauds, held at the Police Office this day, to carry into effect the measure proposed by the Surveyor General in his Public Notice, bearing date the Sd day of October last, Thomas Anstey, Esq., Police Magistrate in the Chair. It was unanimously resolved, On the motion of Doctor Hudspetb, seconded by. Mr. Bisdee. ' 1st. That to fix, aud get laid out, at once, the internal lines of communication throughout the said Police District, a Committee be appointed to consider what cross and bye roads are indis- pensably necessary for the public convenience* . It was unanimously resolved,- ' On «he motion of Mr. Francis Bryant, secon- ded by Mr. Maclanachan, 2ndly. That the Committee for carrying the object of this Meeiing'into execution be compo- sed of the following 15 Landowners, viz : Doctor. Hudspeth Mr. «Tas. Bryant Mr. John Bisdee William Pike Henry Bilton P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

WANTED, for a family residing in Hobart town, a steady, cheerful woman as Nurse also a servant of all work thal can cook . plain dinner, and a steady active free or ticket of leave man as porter. None need apply who cannot be well recommended. Apply at Mr. Wood's, Sta- tioner, Liverpool street. A^Frte Female of respectability just arrived ia " Ibis colony, wishes for a situation a* House* keeper to a single gentleman, or housekeeper and dairy woman to . respectable family io town ot oountry. Most undeniable references can be given. Apply at the office of this paper. BANK Shares.-Wanted 12 shares in the Vaa Diemen's land Bank. Apply to W. WILSON. Wharf, Deo. 12,1838. TAYLOR'S BROWN STOUT. ON Sale at the stores of Kemp ¿Se Co. 50 hbdi of Taylor's Brown Stout, ëx Thomas Lawrie. T LIVERPOOL SALT. HE above in bags, selling in luantities. not less iramwir s.ivn, tor casa onry, at tue stores of J Barrow Montefiore At Co, ... i -a ? -i .i ON Sala at Ibe stores of the undersigned, ex Norfolk...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14,1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

Ct)t Courier. ?¡FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14,18S2. We had prepared an article of some length on the present depressed state of tilinga ia 'Hobart town, but the sudden accession .of ' nther news has obliged us to postpone it. We .most sincerely trust that the efforts of the home government to preserve the peace of :. Europe will-prove successful, for if war should breakout, in which England must be involved, ve in these colonies under our present cir- cumstances, 'though so remote, would una» : ^JwidaSû][M4bitl*£n infligée* «cay mot« -than .. any other portion of the British' -dominions. ¡Meantime we would earnestly reiterate our . former advice to every true colonist of the »trktest economy in all his affairs, and the .greatest>po3sible extent of mutual forbearauce ¡Depressing for payments. We ought to Te - member, however much the system of j borrowing or discounting may have been car» ? ried to excess, that it bus in the meantime sti "fnumted industry anil colonial improvement t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND,     AT a general meeting of the proprietors held   on Monday the 3d inst. the following gen-   tlemen were elected Directors for the ensuing year in room of those who retire by rotation, vix. MR. HEWITT, re-elected. MR. FURTARDO.   MR. McLACHLAN, re-elected. The thanks of the meeting were then voted to Capt. Bell for his attention to the interests of the institution, during the time he has been a Direct- or.     A. F. KEMP, Chairman.   The thanks of the meeting were given to Mr. Kemp tor his conduct in the chair. CHAS. McLACHLAN, Managing Director. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   FOR Sale, nine Shares of the Bank of Van Diemens Land. Apply at the office of this paper. WANTED in a family in Hobart town, a Lady as Governess, she will be required to teach French and Music, with every branch of English Education. WANTED in a respectable Family in H...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

COMMERCIAL WINE & SPIRIT   CELLARS     Hunter street, Wharf. THE undersigned grateful for the liberal sup- port they have experienced during the last two years in Liverpool street, beg to inform their friends and the public, that they have in ad- dition to that establishment opened the above ex- tensive premises. The alterations and improve- ments which have been effected at a very consi- derable expense, render the internal arrange- ments of COFFEE-ROOM, SHADES and BED- ROOMS, both commodious and complete. The   WINES, SPIRITS, &c will be of the best de- scription, consisting of the following selection, viz,--- WINES.   Superior old port wine in 3 dozen cases Do in hhds and quarter casks Do pints in 3 and 6 dozen cases Superior pale sherry in 3 dozen do Superior brown do in bottle Do Madeira, in do Best old Teneriffe in hhds and do   La Fitte, St. Julian and other clarets Sparkling and sti...

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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. Hobart town, Dec. 4,1832. TO ALL POSTMASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 December 1832

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. Hobart town, Dec. 4,1832. TO ALL POSTMASTERS. The following alterations and arrangements will take place in this department, on and from Tuesday the 1st January, 1833 :— Alterations in the instructions of August 9th and Sept. 4th, 1832. George town.-One Messenger will leave Launceston for George town every Wednes- day and Saturday, immediately on the arrival of the post from Hobart town, where lie will arrhe on Thursday and Sunday at 6 o'clock A.M. One Messenger will leave George town every Sunday and Wednesday at 4 o'clock p. m. to arrive at Launceston every Monday and Thursday at 9 o'clock in the morning. Bothwell.-The Messenger for Bothwell will leave the Green ponds, (Ashton's) every Wednesday and Saturday at 2 o'clock a.m. fnight) and arrive at Bothwell at 9 o'clock a.m. on those days, returning to the Green ponds every Monday and Thursday bf 2 o'clock. . Giikhn ponds -At 7 o'clock a, m. one Messenger to the Black Marsh, calling at Sto dirt's, Frjctt's, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

Married on Thursday the 15th inst. at St. David's Church, Alexander Goldie, Esq. of Orielton, to Miss Louisa Leman, youngest daughter of Leman Thomas Rede, Esq. of the Middle Temple.

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Sailed on Wednesday the 19th the bark John Craig, Capt. Lawson, for Sydney. -Same day the Dunvegan Castle, Captain Duff for Sydney and Madras. Same day the schooner Mars, for Launces- ton. Sailed yesterday the bark Norfolk, Captain Henniker, for Sydney. Passengers, Mrs. Henniker, Mrs. Aubrey and child, Mrs. Steadman and 2 children, and 15 prisoners. The York transport ship for this colony was to receive her complement of 200 convicts on board on the 13th of August. Surgeon su- perintendent Dr. M'Ternan. Wheat is rather on the rise than otherwise, the average being 5s 6d a bushel. Cape bar- ley harvest is pretty generally commenced near town, but none has yet appeared in the mar- ket. English barley 7s a bushel. Hay is plentiful at 3110s a ton, new pota- toes 101 a toa. Butchers' meat though now of very fair quality is still high, being for mutton Gd a lbt and beef 7d. We take the liberty to remind our mercan- tile friends, that the wholesale license for wines or ...

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PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSION On the Sale of Crown Lands in these Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSION .iO* the Saie ofCröwn-LandkintheteColO' nies. '"_?'' '.'. j. The following; short debate for which we! sur .have to thank our old colonist Mri Dixon, on J con this mort vital subject to our welfare, had cob nearly escaped our notice, for not one of the cn! weekly papers had thought'it' of sufficient im- portance to be mentioned, and had we not ob- served it in the course of our perusal of a packet of the Morning Herald which arrived only by^the Edward Lombe, it might have pas- sed unnoticed by us also. The discussion took place on Thursday the 7th *6f June, and ?w.hen the Mirror of Parliament, which contains a report of every word spoken hy every mem- ber in the house comes to hand, we shall again take the liberty to lay the whole discussion" be- fore the reader. Mr. Dixon moved for a Seleci Committee, for the purpose of taking into consideration the alienation of Crown Lands in New South Wales and Van Diemen's "land. The Hon. Member entered into a detailed ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

mtiéU; ' Wetfe' We«edTXí¿««ra ' "for the1 réníu{hfc< yiêtjidtoom <íf Ihoáé Wtíoiteltií* í|j-«)WtSoDi Vll/i !.i cii-tiMH. HE WlTTy re-elected, .v.¿ iii i"jv*¡ltRv)BUIM>ARDOirT í-íü ».-«-¡bu^iklWfí'ACHLANvre.aected. - :..; : /. ¡ The thanks of the meeting wert.í.lbínJ'otcd to Capt. Belt for his attentipn.ta «he interests of the UwütBfipD^uringíthetiwéiUe has been' arDire<ct VA a £v> .????<?:??. .? ? '¿; F/kMí^.^irtnao, _. The thanks of the meeting were given bair.' Rpmp" for'his conductirï the chair. , r! CHASi MCLACHLAN,'Miinágihg Director . HANK ¡OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. FOR Suie, nine : Share» of the Bank 'of1 Van .? Piemen's Lond.< Apply at the ¡office of this paper. BANK Shares.-Wanted 12 shares in the Van Dieroén's land Bank. Apply to ty. WILSON. Wharf, Dec. 12,1933. If.' (ÄiNbAULET and Chariot for sale.-rThe un M-A\ dërsigherThavc received per the Palambaro, jost arrived, an elegant Landanlet and Chariot for sale: . .......

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21,1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 21,1832. Although we had never any doubt that the public would eventually be a loser in a pecu- niary sense by the delinquency of Mr. Thomas, we are yet happy to announce to our readers that his friends, on his account, have paid up, though not before Wednesday last, money to the amount of five thousand pounds. Nearly as much more we learn still remains to supply the entire deficiency, to meet which the Go- vernment holds Mr. Thomas's original bond, subject to the most summary proceedings of enforcement. We are pleaded at this, because it in so far prevents the sacrifices, by forced sale of Mr. Thomas's property, to the injury alike of his creditors and family, and we are the more pleased at it because during all the tedious, negociation no hope nor condition whatever has been held out, either to Mr. Thomas or his friends, that any proceedings in the Supreme Court which his case might de- mand would be foregone against him-the Go- vernment (and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

WANTED-\ ' Cider Pleas. Apply to Messrs John %r£fjr^JUvejrp^at, . ? i '«, ?<". i i » ? li miali i mi**' * WANTED immediately ta **af.-F«r a given number of years win the option of aft^i^ardspuijahaéing, or not, a Farm of not les» than 3Q60 «*NU one fenced in would be pre- ferred, and also having enclosed paddocks A part must be under cultivation, including ai tiri- na! grasses, and well watered, with a good dwell- ing house and other offices. For further particu- lar« apply to DARKE Sp WHITAKER. Surveyor», $c Liverpool street, December 20, 1832. TO BE LET.-Unfurnished Room», situ- ated in a central part of the town, with the use of a kitchen, Ace. For further particulars apply to DARKE & WHITAKER, Land Surveyors and Estate Ageut». Liverpool street, Dec. SO, 1832. THIRTY Pounds Reward -Whereas the Pie bald Mare Fanny, advertised iu Sept. last, as being stolen from the paddock at Mont- ford Cottage, Lower Clyde» has »Ince been found dead, with every appeataace of ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

PROSPECT Place Academy.-Mr. Lovell begs to announce, that the Christmas Va- cation will commence on Friday the 21st inst. Hobart town, Dec. 6, 1832. Lavinia, from the Cape of Good Hope,---       Negrohead tobacco in kegs, Cape butter in fir- kins, and a few boxes of raisins. KEMP & CO. Hobart town. Nov, 8. 1832. -TO BE.LET. A Large roomy workshop in Liverpool street, with the use of a commodious yard and con- venient frontage. A Carpenter would be preferred. Apply at this olfice. < i ^VN sale at the stores of the undersigned, ex ALL persons having any claims or demands on Jocelyn Thomas, Esq. are requested to deliver in the amount and particulars of the same immediately, to D. Sutton, Esq, Macquarie street. November 28, 1832. To be Let, by Robert Frost, that eligible Dwelling House (late the Rose and Crown   Inn) situate on the New Town Road, about half a mile'from Wellington Bridge. It will he found a veryconven...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 December 1832

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. I * Hobart town, Dec 20, 1838. ii*I LIVERPOOL SALT. "X>EQTJIRED for the use of the PuMic Ser .JtC vice, from 3 to 5 tons of Liverpool Salt, lenders for which will be received at this ellice <uniil 12 o'clock, on Thursday 47th instant. ^ Ai MOODIE, A.C. C; COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart town, Dec. 5, 1632. FORAGE. TENDERS will be received at the Commis siriat Office, Hobart town, until 12 o'clock on Wednesday the 26th iustant, for furnishing the undermentioned Forage at New Norfolk, and -at BotltwelWuring the year 1853. . Forage^per 100 lbs. . »Barley, oats, hay, straw-Quantity required at Bothwell. . Bran, straw.-Quantity required at New Nor- folk. . A. MOODIE, A.CG. M: > SURVEY OFFICE, 21st Deo.-18S2; THE-adoption of certain bye roads having been .-. recommended*by the Committee of -gentle- men appointed by/tlierinhBOitahts-of (he Parishes 'ofiStradbroke, Grantham aVd-Vinoeot, the following description of their direction is published for gens . ra...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

>\ 7 TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived yesterday the ship Medway, 459 tons, Capt. Borthwick Wight, from the Mau- ritius 20th November, with a cargo of sugar, and sundry merchandize. Passengers Miss Wight, Eliza Castles. Sailed on Saturday, the Argo, 170 tons, Capt. Biling, fop the Mauritius with part of her original cargo from Sydney. Same day the Duckenfield, Capt. Riddell for Sydney, with part of her original cargo and passengers, and R. W. Loane, Esq. The Thomas Lawrie, Capt. Langdon, is clearing out for Launceston, and the Edward Lotiibe and Palambam are clearing out for Sydney, expected to sail in a day or two. Corn of all kinds is now plentiful in the market-wheat at from 5s. 3d. to 5s. Gd, a bushel, oats, of which a large supply as well as of barley has arrived from Launceston, at 4s. 6d. a bushel, English barley 7s. per ditto, some fine samples of this year's crop have al- ready come to town, maize 4s. 6d. per do., hay 31. per ton, potatoes 101, per do. Wool 6d. to IOd, per Ib....

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

CJje Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2S, 1832. -!>£>»?<*« ïfany argument, durinç thtí present state of things, could suffice to enfurce our oft re pen tfid theme of economy on our readers, it would be drawn from that daily more andmore omino is proposition of His Majesty's Govern nient, to cense any longer to transport offend- ers to'tliese colonies. The result that would attend such a measure is too awful to contem- plate. That it would brin? ruin, irremedia- ble ruin on thfi colony, and prove deeply injtt riuusto the motlier country is but too certain We assure the reader it shall not be our fault if the Government permits itself to fell into so great an error as this would be. No plan that ever was devised since the world bcgau for the disposal of offenders, can equal that now in practice in Van Diemen's land. Can a gaoler or keeper, or whoever he maybe, or any num- ber of such officers, ever accomplish what the settler does for the convict ? Will the gaoler ta...

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