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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

SHEPHERDS WANTED.-2 free or ticket of leave men, to take charge of two flocks of sheep-none need apply who have not been io the habit of looking atter sheep, and do per- fectly understand their management. Each shepherd must be responsible for the sheep en- trusted to his care ; leferences as to character will be required. Application (of by letter post paid) to be made to S. N. Talbot, Esq., Malahide Fingal. HOUSE and Shop to be let.-The House and Shop now oocupied by J. W. Story, Eli ZttbeiL street, with ¡remediate possession, enquire on the premises. JUST received, and on sale at the Courier Office Manley »Wood's editioa of Shakspeare, in 1-J. vols, neatly bound in calf._ THE creditors of J. Thomas, Esq., are re quested to meet at the ¿¡hip Tun, in this town, on Monday evening next, at 7 o'clock, on special business. Macquarie-street, December 24, 3832. LOST at Ross or between that township and Blackman s bridge, a BUNCH of KEYS, (about eight,) any person who has found, and will ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

FOU Salo, at Pierce and Co.'s, Murray »treei, nour the Church, Shingles of diffetuut qiinli. ties, posts and rails, and shell lime at reduced pri ci s for ensh. Dec. 13, 1SS2. FSARW to Let.-A Farm containing 320 actes in the district of Brigbtou, l8 miles from Hobart town, and 6 from water carriage, this Farm is well worth the attention ol' our new emigrants. For futtlicr particulars, apply to Messrs. Bonney's, at Brandon Cottage, Tea-tree bruah, or to Mr. Janies Bonney, Cove Inn. r|po BE LET-Unfurnished Rooms, situ _H. atetl in a central part of the town, with the use of a kitchen, _c. For further particulars npply to DARKE & WHlTAKEIt, La ¡k1 Surveyors and Estate Agents. Liverpool street, Dec. 20,1832. 'f npHIRTY Pounds Reward.-Whereas the Pie _9_ bald Mare Fanny, advertised in Sept. last, as being stolen lrom the paddock at Mont t lord Cottage, Lower Clyde, has since been found _ dead, with everj appeaiance of having lind bei . ; throat cut and otherwise mutilated. The ab...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 314.-Colo   nial Secretary's Office, Dec. 27,1832.   Tbe Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Thomas Daunt Lord, Esq.. Assistant Po- lice Magistrate at Waterloo point, police district of Great Swan Port, in the place of Lieutenant Aubin, 63rd Regiment, until the pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known, to take effect from the 1st of January next.   By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. <GT IOVERNMBNT NOTICE, No, 301,Colonial ^ Senreiar\ 's Oflioe, Deo. 82, 1832. The Chief Police Magistrate having repre- sented the difficnl/y of keeping a regnlar record r>t offences in his office, in consequence of the fuqnent omission of Macistrates 1d transmit pe- no iicftl rciunisof senti «ces passed by them, to .the Police M austräte» of their respective Dis tiicts. 'Hie Lieu eiidiit Govemor has been pleased ty direct the re-publication of the following Go- vernment Olde», No. 43, of the 2nd July, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 December 1832

                  BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. For Sale, nine Shares of the Bank of Van   Diemen's Land. Apply at the office of this   paper.     BANK Shares.-Wanted 12 shares in the Van Diemen's land Bank. Apply to   W. WILSON.       Wharf, Dec. 12,1832.     LANDAULET and Chariot for sale.-The un- dersigned have received per the Palambam,   just arrived, an elegant Landaulet and Chariot for sale. KEMP and Co. Hobart town, Dec. 13,1832. WOOL.-Wanted to purchase some tons of washed wool. Apply to :W. Kermode, Salt pan plains. WANTED.-As Working Overseer, a person who understands the management of Sheep-a person of good character. For further particulars apply to the Courier Office. Old Beach, Dec, 17, 1832.   WANTED i...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Saturday the ship York, 4S6 tons, Capt. R. Sprately, from Plymouth 1st September, with 200 male convicts, Surgeon Superintendent Dr. M'lernan, R.N. The guard consists of a detachment of the4th regt, under the command of Major Hovenden, with Dr. Lewis of the same regiment, also Ensign , Clark of the 41st. Same day arrived from Sydney, the schoon- er Currency Lass, Capt. Wishait, fiom Syd- ney 23d December, with corn and cedar - Pa88engerss Messrs Dixon and Wood. Arrived on Sunday the 30th December, the sperm Whale ship Elizabeth, 460 tonB, Capt. Mattison, last trom Timor 21st October, having left Loudon on the 10th November, 1831, and procured during her voyage 500 barrels of sperm oil. Passengers Mrs. Matti- son and 3 daughters. The Thomas Lawrie sailed on Sunday for Launceston, with part of her original cargo and the same day the Edward Lombe proceed ed on her voyage to Sydney. Passenger Mrs. Kinsman, Mr. Haydon, J. M'Kirdy, Js Moss, and A Bull, and S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

WANTED, a middle aged free woman as Nursery-maid or Needle-woman, in a re- spectable family. Apply at the Courier office. WANTED a r spectable young woman to attend on Children. None need , p ly but such as can give the best references a» i.. re- spectability, as no other duties will be rtquiied of her than those necessary for the children and a little plain work. Apply at the Derwent Bank, Maoqunrie street. TO Parents and Guardians.-An opportunity now offers of placing a youth asartiolcd pu- pil to a genteel and lucrative profession. Every attention will be paid to his advancement and do- mestic comfort. A liberal premium will be re- quired. For particulars apply at the Courier otice. , ' Hobart town, Jan. 1, 1833. NOTICE. Colonial Bank Note*. FOUND, in the back garden of Assistant Com- missary Genei al Yeoland, Acting Colonial Auditor, at his residence (the Cottage) next the Independent Chapel, Brisbane street, a parcel ef Colonial bank notes. Whoever has lost them and can identif...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

COLONIAL STORE OFFICE, Hobart town, Dec. 27,1832. REQUIRED for the public service the under» mentioned articles, viz : ' COLONIAL B8TABMSHMENT. Demy paper ruled feiot lines S reams, foolscap doTbest-quality SO reams, do seoond quality 20 do, .post laid do gilt 4 do, not laid do 4 do, cartridge do 4 do, black ink powders 144, red do S6, drawing penoils HH 12, do HHH 12, black lead pencils best quality 144, quills do 6000, Indian rubber 48 pieces, iuk stands single and double 94, sealing wax blsok 6 lb, wafers 36 boxes, bags (S boehel) 100, sweeping brushes 24, brown Holland, (balf yard wide; 12 yards, red bunting 5 pieces, white do 5 do, blue do 5 do, yellow do 5 do, tin plates 144, tin pannicans 144, tin tea pots large size 6, «beet lead 7 lb per foot 2 tons, whiting 1 ton, shovels 288, spades 288, pit saws complete 12, cross cut do complete 12, hnnd do 21, oil stones 24, American augers i to lunch 3G. padlocks large size CO, desk locks 12. T binges from 8 to 14, inches 144, brad fl...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

C|je Courier. - ??' '? ' ' til' i FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, l83¡2.¿ t -s^^a^s^-. We were not aware when the punishment of death bill was passing through parliament, that it would contain a clause affecting the welfare of these colonies in a most vital point. We have read we believe all the debates that took place upon it in both houses, but the section to which we allude does not appear to have been once touched upon, nor its evil con- sequences at all anticipated by any member. We will not, however, discuss its merits in the dark, but let the reader judge for himself by laying the whole act before him : .. Anno Secundo et Tertio. Gulielini IV. Regis. Cap. LXir. An Act for abolishing the punishment of death in certain cases, and substituting a lesser punishment in lieu there- of." r llth July 1Q32 -Whereas by an act passed , in the seventh "and eighth years of the reign of King-George the Fourth, intituled . An Act for consolidating and amending the laws in t England relative to la...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

SALES, BY AUCTION. WOODLAND HOUSE,, -oo BY COLLICOTT AND MACMICHAEL, , On the pi émises in'Campbell street, on Monday the 14th of Jan. next, positively without re- serve, "¥T|7*OODLAND House and grounds in 5 Lots. Tv This valuable property is eligibly situat- ed at the corner of Campbell and Bathurst streets, and from its central situation is calculated either for a mercantile establishment or a respectable family residence. The house contains 12 commo- dious apartments, with kitchen, servants room, extensive cellars, Sec, there is a detached build ing for stables and storehouses, also an extensive garden at the back. Lot 1. The dwelling honse, having a frontage in CampbelliStreet, of 63 feet, rnnning back from its front 130 feet, Bathurst street forming its aide line, Lot 2. An allotment of 50 feet frontage in Ba hurst street, rnnning back the width of the front, or first allotment, about 53 feet. Lot 3, An allotment adjoining lot 2, with the Same frontage and back line. Lot 4. 4n ...

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THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

THE POLICE. We lately took opportunity to denounce in -severe terms, the conduct of Mr. Laing, the hatton gardon police Magistrate, in confisca ".'ting the goods and chattels of a poor apple ^woinan, imposing a fine upon her, and sending her to goal for nou payment. We are sorry vto feel ourselves under the necessity of expo singthe conduct of another London magis- trate^ whose_ conduct in the discharge of his office, we consider equally injurious to the s*ood order of society, and in fact like the 'former, essentially and directly contributing to the increase of crime. The following; is a 'verbatim copy of the police report in the Lon- don papers of August last: " On Thursday three bays, named Clayton, '"brothers, were charged with milking a cow, A police-constable, 119, N, stated that on Supday morning he was astonished to see the three prisoners round a cow, in a field near Hackney, in the act of milking it, and know- ing whose property the cow was, and that the "prisoners were u...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

DERWENT BANK. , T ,'i» THE half yeaHy "general meeting of Sharchdld-, ers.for the*purpose of declaring the dividend, for the half year ending 3lst December, I83¿, will, be held at the Offioe, Macquarie street, on Wed« j nesdav the 9tb January next. ' - ' C. SWANSTON. Managing Direotor. December 31, 1833. SERMON TO YOUNG PEOPLE. ON Sabbath evening Januar; 0, 1333, a dis- course will be delivered at the Indepen- dent Chapel, Brisbane street, addressed to young persons, . , .. Service to oommence at half past six o'clock. M' CONCERT. MR. DEANE and Mrs. Davis respectfully beg leave to acquaint the inhabitants of     Hobart town and its vicinity, that their Christ- mas Concert will take place at the Court House, for which arrangements are now making, and they flatter themselves by their joint exertions to be able to give that satisfaction which they will feel proud to receive from a kind and discerning audience.   MESSRS. Reichenberg and Russell beg...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

Shepherds wanted- 2 free or ticket of leave men, to take charge of two flocks of sheep ? who have t been in the habit of looking after sheep, and so perfectly understand their management. Application (of by letter post paid) to be made to S. N. Talbot, Esq. Malwaide Fingal. Wanted.- As Working Overseer, a person who understands the management of Sheep Old Beach BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   FOR Sale, nine shares of the Bank of Van D¡emen's Land. Apply at the office of this paper.       ^^it&^JiviiírhCX.'ii\,z^;i,\¡* [£,? '¿¡'J' * i;. __ . ?Í^ttM1e'?áY'tl^ í'l||^*Of^ajíoVi';^^^ Le«^fcein:l)RCff;«e1liiiK';ÍQqasptitie4 not ?:.'? ;miallly»;^'v.,,.,-..,,;? -v,^- r---' ? .-?? ?J:..-.-----.-.???-.. ; W^ffiDèçilO^lBS«. v-V::í:-n^IStfi:jOE^FftANCR:SÜGAR,e;^ A^r.i^calàr»'»p^ ^Éitiiabejfo^t^ . N.». Tfcc bim! dttft. fro» tlw Kwctflocluftr ; Anite^ Borlw», D«e; 8,<l8St; = í::í Seoltj.ltonntlHorris^^ ^''; lea; LPJV*:' -iÉip 8li...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 January 1833

SWAN RIVER.   We have recently received several letters and newspapers in manuscript from Western Australia, that is, Swan river. The news- papers are in manuscript, not from any Ger- manic hatred of printing on the part of Gover- nor Stirling, but simply because there is no press at work in the settlement. The des-   criptive writers speak favourably of the pre- sent state of affairs there, but those who deal in details of facts throw a shade on the pic- ture. Kangaroo flesh, for example, sells at 1s. 6d. per pound, when it can be got. A descriptive tourist speaks of excellent dinners and beaf 'steaks--but a cow and calf cost 351. We observe also among sales, &c. chiefly such articles as rum, brandy, Geneva, London por- ter, ale, wine of the .choicest descriptions, silks, lace-caps, silk shoes, fine India mats, and many other things not exactly suited to a new Settlement, however necessary they may be to the comfort of 'settlers just emerged from t...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Friday H. M. Ship lmogene, 28 guns, Capt. P. Blackwood, from Swan river j and Madras, having previously brought the troops recently engaged in the Malacca insur- rection, from that place to Masulipatam, where they were disembarked, Arrived yesterday the bark Frances Char- lotte, 296 tons, Capt. Smith, with 95 female convicts and li children, 51 free women and children. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Lo- gan.' Arrived on Wednesday the schooner Eagle, 108 tons, Capt. Pratt, from Launceston, with a cargo of wheat and oats. Arrived on Wednesday the schooner Harle- quin, 71 tons, Capt. Lance'y, from Launces ton,|with a cargo of wheat and oats. , Sailed on Tuesday the Currency Lass, for Sydney, with merchandize and colonial pro- duce. The Medway, Capt. Wight, sailed on Wed- nesday for Sydney, with part of her original cargo. The schooner Eagle has made the quickest passage from Launceston to Hobart town that we remember to have been effected-having ' completed t...

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The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11,1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

C|je Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11,18S3. We had prepared an article pointing out the advantage that the government and the colony at large, would derive at the present juncture by forthwith completing the purchases of wheat for the year, instead of postponing theran« here- tofore till April or Hay, but the arrival yes» terday'of the Frances Charlotte, induced us to postpone it to give room for the King's speech, and other interesting news. Wheat is now lower,in Hobart town, owing to the harves and the supply which has arrived from Launt ceBton. than it can be expected to be again, es- pecially since the intelligence has reached us of the failure of the crops at Sydney, and go- vernment will not only buy cheaper now than it can hy and by, but by at once dispensing the money required for the purchase of it, now locked up useless in the chest, will relieve the settler, and by the influx of circulating medi- um, materially remove the pressure that weighs so heavy on all classes in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

SALES BY AUCTION. ADVANTAGEOUS INVESTMENT OF ? * CAPITAL. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, J3V MR. T. Y. LOWES. On the Premises oii Saturday tbe loth January next, at 12 o'clock, if not'previously disposed of by private contraot, ' ' '! " " THOSE truly valuable premises at present in " the occupation of Dudley Pereday, Esq. Sheriff of Var» Diemen's land," io Bathurst street^ with a frontage of 130 feet. The Honie contains 4 commotions rooms,' á kitchen and gantry ton trie Urti floor, and four'tooma on the típpbf"itó?ey. eom mandiog 'a' most 'delightful view bf the' town and harbour^ The garden 'which extends the whole width is }n excellent order, and filled with the choicest fruit tree* and vegetables, The out build ing's consist of a brick three Btair'stable/fctid coach bo use1, with' loft over, and every "other convenience, 1 ."?'' A*'the same time, An allotment iq Melville street, in rear of the above, fronting Mr. Thomson's Academy, with a frontage of about 65 feet, sod a depth Of about 160...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

WANTED, as .Superintendent over an esta hiishiuentjin the country, a steady person who can keep accounts, and has had some experi . ence. As the salary and advantages will be libe- ral, and the person will be away from the imme- diate confront of the owner, with considerable res- ponsibility attaching to him, the roost unexcep- tionable references will he expected. For further , parliculais apply to the Printer. Hobart town, Jan. 9,1833. 'ANTED, as Cook or Laundress, a person who came free to the colony, and can be well recommended. Liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Courier office. 'ANTS a situation Jas Clerk in a Merchants* counting house or otherwise, where he can make himself useful, a young gentleman re- cently arrived in the colony, who can pruduce the best references as to character atid ability.--Also, wants a situation an elderly lady as nurse, to tnke care of children, or as needle woman in^a^ family. Apply at tbe Courier office. WANTED to Rent for 2 years.-A small ...

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To DANIEL SUTTON, Esq. Formerly—(with all his other titles formerly expressed, and to be hereafter expressed, but now suppressed for fear of taking up too much room). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

-To DANIEL SUTTON, Esq. Formerly-(with all his other titles formerly expressed, and to he hereafter expressed, but now suppressed for fear of taking up too much room). Sir,--I have seen your two letters address- ed to me in the form of advertisements pub- lished in the numbers of the Tasmanian of the 28th Dec. and 4th Jan, of which the following are copies : "Advertisement.-Macquarie-street, 10   o'clock, A M December 23, 1832.-Sir, I   have this moment received your Courier of this day, containing- a letter addressed to me, a copy of which you refused to let me have, to give me time for inserting an answer in the other Colonial papers of this day. There is scarcely a statement in this letter, referring to the conversation alluded to be- tween us, relative to Mr. Thomas's affairs, which is correct or true, as I will hereafter shew when I shall have an opportunity so to do. With respect to other parts of the conversa- tion, as stated by you, relating to me p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

'.NhrMr^iífóf'Ntedlc.woifiíniinare. abletarnily. ^Apjily'StthVCourierdffiicë. ; Bpectable .'«»rANTED.a.;r¿spectablo 'young-i«roman to ¡ff íaUéád an Cliildren. .«one need apply .bor sod» M, can, igive ¡the ;best references. as U re-. jpectabU^ty, as no other duties will Ije required of h'e>ibañ^hoséiñecesaary for the children and a .iitÜepláiuvyoik., 4pp)y.attúe Derwent Bank, ' raáoqdaríé sireet. ' ' .: ?._ SHEPHERDS WANTED.-2 free or -ticket :of!icavé:mèn,'to take charge of jtwoÉÎoçks ? of feh'ëèp-i'ndne neëti'lapply who hàVe iaaV been ' in the habit of looking ¡¿fifersheep, and dor}ërT ' fectiy understand -their management; 'Each shepherd »lust! Le responsible foi- the Sheep en- trusted to his ' care ; < references as to character will be required. . .Application (of by letter postpaid)tobe made , to S.N. Talbot, Esq., Malahide Fingal. "A^TEDiin afaniily in Hobart town, a Jjacjy as Governess,she will be required to teach French >iid Music, with every branch of Engl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 January 1833

PUBLIC NOTICE, REGISTRY of the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's land, January 8, 1833:   His Honor the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, has directed the following statement to be published for the information of all concerned, who may be residing in this colony, or elsewhere. W. SORELL, Registrar of the Supreme Court. A statement of the names and places of abode   of Persons who have died intestate in Van Die- men's land and its Dependencies, and to whose Estates Letters of Administration have been   granted by the late and present Supreme Court of     Van Diemen's land, the names and places of abode of those to whom such Letters of Admin- istration have been granted, and the dates of such 'Letters of Administration, respectively,— No. 1, Eddison, John, late of Launceston, settler ; administrator, Miller. James, of Norfolk   plains, farmer, Nephew and next of kin of intes-   tate, May 20th, 18...

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