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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

Hu HONOR the LIFUT*WANT GOVERNOR has »bought Draper to dire ft, that *U Puhlx Communication j v. hich may »PP«J £ thf MOB ART TOWN i,AZ¿ 11 ¿, fl«¿ W Í/7 H EH S HE PO H TER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be coniUered as Uihcul Communications made is made to those Persons to whom they may relate. By COMMAND of HIS HONOR,   THOMAS ALLAN LASCELLES, Secretary.           DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE Hobart Town, Saturday; 23d June, 1816. A LIST of Persons who have tendered SUPPLIES of FRESH         MEAT, for the Use of His Majesty's Stores, and from whom         the Quantities expressed against their respective Names will be   received at this Station.           1816 - NAMES - Quantities - Residence.   Mr. John Beamont - 2500 Herdsman's Cove - 12. - Mr. William Evens - 2500  Hobar...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
IMPROMPTUS ON TAKING PRISONER THE FRENCH GENERAL CLOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

IMPROMPTUS ON TAKING PRISONER THE FRENCH GENERAL CLOUT. Marshal NET on his loss need not make a great pother, lf his foes took one CLOUT, they soon gave him another. No wonder that MOSKWA was put to the rout. For first he got clouted and next lost his CLOUT.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER WIPE AT NEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

ANOTHER WIPE AT NEY. That Marshal NEY was in some fear, When late he ventur'd out, From this one fact is very clear, He brought with a CLOUT.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

PUBLIC NOTICE. THE under-mentioned Prisoners having absented themselves from       their respective Employments, all Persons are hereby cautioned   against harbouring, concealing or employing either of the said   Absentees, viz. - Matthew Keegan; Peter Franks (a coloured man); Geo. Watts;         and Thos. Garland.- Also, one SYSEW, a good looking Lascar about 24 years of age, and standing 6 feet high, absconded from the     ship Lady Elliott about a month since.   And all Constables and others are hereby requested to use every Exertion to apprehend them and lodge them in safe Custody. A. W. H. HUMPHREY, J.P.     THE Brig Spring, Capt. BUNSTER, being about to leave this   Port, the Commander requests all Claims and Demands on him   or the Crew may be presented immediately for payment.   &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A. W. H. HUMPH[?]Y, Esq. To the PRINTER of the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

HOBART TOWN       SITTING MAGISTRATE - A.W. HUMPHREY ESQ To the Printer of the Hobart Town Gazette Sir, Reflecting on the observation in your Paper of the 11th of May, of the benefit the Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land are likely to obtain by attending to the culture of the Hop, and the very favour- able Climate for Brewing through the greatest part of the year, I have been induced in order to promote, to beneficial intention, to insert in your useful Publication the method by which Hops are       cultivated in the Hop Counties of England ; it might be urged   that the present state of our population will preclude the possibility   of the culture of the Hop being carried on to any great advantage or extent ; this I will grant is the case at present, nevertheless any   Settler that has a family of Children and Servants, and living in the neighbourhood of other Settler...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday last sailed the ship Lady Elliott, Capt.   JOSEPH ABBOTT, for Port Jackson. On Wednesday next it is expected will sail the     Ontario, Capt. NATH DODD for Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour the brigs Sophia, Spring, and Ontario. HOBART TOWN; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 June 1816

The recent fall of Snow on the Table Mountain, makes us feel the pleasure of the Fire-side; the Mornings and Evenings are now   very raw and cold, and keenly so through the long nights, requiring the comfort of warm clothing and bedding. We are sorry to hear of the loss of Mr. Jone's Cutter the Eliz- abeth, HARDWICKE, Commander, which was driven on shore on Seal Island the 25th of April last-the Crew all saved. On the 10th Instant, by Licence were Married by the Rev. ROB- ERT KNOPWOOD at Cottage Green. Mr. William Kimberley, Set- tler at Clarence Plains, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel Stanfield, Settler at Green Point,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

WATERLOO SUBSCRIPTION.-The Donations that have been subcribed at Hobart Town during the last Week will be com-     prehended in a List, together with those that shall be added   during the ensuing Week, and published in next Saturday's Gazette.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official     Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR, THOMAS ALLEN LASCELLES, Secretary.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

PUBLIC NOTICE. THE under-mentioned prisoners having absented themselves from     their respective employments, all Persons are hereby cautioned     against harbouring, concealing, or employing either of the said Absentees ; viz. Matthew Keegan ; Peter Franks, a man of colour ; Geo. Watts ; and Thos. Garland. Also one Sysew, a good-looking Lascar, about 24 years of age, and nearly 6 feet high, absconded from the Ship Lady Elliott about five Weeks ago. And all Constables and others are hereby required to use every exertion to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody. A, W. H. HUMPHREY, Justice of the Peace BROKE-OUT of the Paddock at Kangaroo Point on the Even- ing of the 15th instant, a small RED COW, 1st Cross, about 3   years old, with short thick Horns, the property of Government. Any Person or Persons whose Herd the said Cow may have strayed in to, are hereby requested to give immediate notice of the same to Richard Morgan, Dist...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

Nothing can show more, the fertility of Van Diemen's Land,   than the exuberance of our last Harvest, aheady 25,000 Bushels of Wheat have been exported to Port Jackson, the quantity remain- ing in the Colony, is amply sufficient for the supply of the Inhabit- ants having a surplus of some Thousands of Bushels : from this     earnest of industry and seniority in so young a Colony, and with so small a population, the mind is led to contemplate, on its prosperity and happiness at a remote period, when Agriculture shall be brought to a state of perfection ; when a population more than is re- quisite for the purposes of Agriculture, will support the Arts and Commerce, extended through their means ; then fair Science and the liberal Arts will rear their Heads, and all the benefits of polit- ical Society be universally felt.-Agriculture has been the basis of Empires.-Rome derived all her greatness, all her grandeur from   her Agrarian Law...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday last sailed the brig Sophia, Capt. FEEN, for the Fishery. The brig Spring, Capt. BUNSTER, is expected to sail on   Tuesday next, for Port Dalrymple.   Remain in the harbour the American brig Ontario; and the brig Spring. HOBART TOWN; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A.W.H. HUMPHR[?]Y, Esq[?] [THE CULTURE OF THE HO[?] CONTINUED]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE. - A. W. H. HUMPHREY. [THE CULTURE OF THE HOP CONTNUED]. Early in the Spring of the Year, the ground is to be digged throughout by an Instrument named a three prong Fork, after which, the Hops are to be dressed with a fmall implement finiilar to* a mattock at one end, and a fork on the other, having a handle about three feet in length; the earth about the hills, and veiy near   them ought to be taken away by this Tool, that you may come more conveniently at the flock to dress it. About the end of Auguft if the Hops were planted the Spring before, or if the ground be weak, they ought to be dressed in dry weather ; but if the ground be flrongt and in perfection, the middle of September would be a good time, and the latter of September, or the beginning of October would bo foon enough, if it be apt to produce over lank bind. Having clear ed away all the earth cut of the hills, so as to clear the flock to the principal roots, with a sharp kni...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 June 1816

A great number of Whales have already made their appearance ¡n Frederic Henry Bay; some few have been seen as high as     Sullivan's Cove. - Preparations are making by MR. D. M'Carty, and Coadjutors to begin the Fishing - the different Elements contribute to our Prosperity, when Industry leads the way. On Thursday last, by Special License, was Married by the Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD at the Derwent Hotel, Thomas William Stocker, to Mary Hayes, Widow, of the Derwent Hotel,   Elizabeth-street; after a tedious courtship of two years.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 July 1816

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as     Official Commmunications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR, THOMAS ALLEN LASCELLES, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 July 1816

MR. JOHN INGLE intending to leave the Colory in the brig Spring, on her return from Port Dalrymple, requests all Claims and Demands against him to be presented for im-   mediate payment; and all those who stand indebted to him       are expected to come forward and liquidate the fame; other-   wise legal measures will be necessarily resorted to, at the   Opening of the ensuing Court of Civil Juridiction. MISLAID,—One Volume of "HARRIS's MINOR ENCYCLO-     ÆDIA."—Whoever may be pleased to return the same to     MR. WALTER COLQUHOUN, Macquarie-street, will be     rewarded.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A. W. H. HUMPH[?]Y, Esq: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 July 1816

HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE. - A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Esq. At a full Bench of Magistrates held this Morning, William Johnson, a Convict, was charged with Burglariously breaking and     entering the Dwelling House of Dennis McCarty in Liverpool     Street, between Hours of 12 and 1 on Sunday Morning the 30th       of June last, and Stealing therein two Pistols, the property of the said Dennis McCarty. The Prisoner entered the apartment in which John Connolly a   Servant of Mr. D. McCarty's slept, and who had been in Bed   upwards two hours; but on being alarmed, and seeing the Prisoner       run out of the apartment, he got up and pursued him, crying out "Stop Thief ": And but for the activity of Mr. Humphrey and         Capt. Blyth, who pursued the Prisoner, he would certainly have escaped justice; the Pistols (which were loaded) the Prisoner         &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 6th July, 1816. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 July 1816

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL. ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 6th July, 1816 HIS HONOR the LiEUTENANT GOVERNOR having ascertained that many Persons residing under his Government, are in the habit   of practising divers Frauds and lmpositions in the Weight and Qual- ity of the Bread made and exposed for Public Sale; and, that in   consequence of the Persons who carry on the Baking Busnesses not being sufficiently known, the Offenders frequently escape punishment, is pleased, in order to prevent as far as possible the continuance of an Evil so injurious to the Community, to enact and Publish the     following Orders and Regulations : 1. - that every Person desirous of carrying on the Baking Bus- nesses, after the FIRST Day of AUGUST next ensuing, shall on or before that Date take out a License from the POLICE OFFICE in Hobart Town which License shall authorize the Person holding the     same to carry on the business of a Baker in a cer...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, 13[?]h JULY, 1816. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 July 1816

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS; GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HCBAKT TownrJ SATURDAY, 13 h JÜLT, 1816; JJ IS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ii pleafed to direct, that all BILLS which are illued from the COMMISSARIAT Or- nea with Hil Majeíl}*! Arms attached thereto, fhail exprefs in the body of them for what Government Purpoie they are iíTued, in Ariel Obedience to His EXCELLENCY the Govt* is OR in CHIEF'S Order on that Head. And the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR pofitively forbids any Billi being Circuit?ed in ibis Colony, bearing Hu Mzjefty's Arms, ex- cepting only on Government Account. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS ALLEN LASCELLES, Secretary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A. W. H. HUMPHR[?]Y, Esq. [THE CULTURE OF THE HOP CONTINUED]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 July 1816

HOBART TOWN. -> « iii-1 m LXi 1.4. » "J~ t - 1-n SITTING MAGISTRATE.-A. W. H- HUMPHRIY, Efq« [THE CULTURE OF THE HOP CONTINUED}. TYING and DRESSING.-As to the tying of the Hops, the buds that do not clofe of themfclves to the Poles when they are grown to three or four feet high, mun he guided to it by the hand, turning them from the Sun, being the reverie of the direction of the turn ia the northern hemifphere, where they follow its courfe-they muifc be tyed with withered rufhes, but not fo clofe as lo hinder them from climbing up the Pole ; this you mult continue to do till all tha poles are fumiihed with binds, of vhich two or three are enough for a pole ; and all the fprouts or binds that you have no occafion for, are to be plucked up ; but if the gre und be ycung, then none of thofe uiclefs binds ihould be plucked, but wrapt up together ia the middle of the hil!--when the binds aie grown beyond the reach. cf ytur hancs, if they foifake the poles, you Ihould make ufe of a ftan...

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