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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

TWO POUNDS RBWAttD. STOLEN or Strayed from Launceston, about ihn-e inonili-«i?o, aliitii chesnut Mare, with w»iitp lire, and fhn-e white feet, und. a brand mark under the SBddle, something like A. 5he was formerly the prop-rly of H. Jellicoe, Esq* and was put. ha«ed liy Mr.Collicott at Mr. Bryant's 6ale about 14 months bnrk. Whoever will deliver the said mare to Mr. Uryunt, Sand hill, J«*»'a'no' Mr. Jelliroe, Campbell town, Mr. Thos. Reibey, Entally. Norfolk plains, or 10 the undersigned at Luu.irtston, will receive Two Pounds Reward. Th»kHid Mare is either heavy in foal, or a youug foal-by her side. j.H.RBlBEY. I-a meston, August 24th, 1820. ? - ? A RUSSELL respectfully informs the ? Public, that h' can lurnwh those who may reauire them. Patent Cavt Iron Boxes, and Arms orAxI'-treesof all siws, from 2 to 3 J inches. N. K.-Ail kinds of Black-muli's work per formed to order, with ueatuess and despatch, and o.i leMsonahle terms. Residence, uext door to Mr. .t. W Mill's bakfhoase. Liin...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

LAUNCWiTQN ADFERTISER. JHOXOAV, AUGUST 3K 1820. ? ? ' ? ' * * ? ? — It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge ol this duty he must not expect; to find. his mad perfectly free from the arrows of thoRe who are interested in preventing the Agisof truth from confronting and dissipBting their power. «' Plenty of good land, and liberty to man ape their own affairs their own way, seem to be the two great onuses of the prosperity of all new colonies.' How far this selt-evident axiom has been acted upon in this Island since the departure Of LlEDTESAMr GOVERNOR SoRRELL, we need scarcely remark. It has too, too plainly been, in almost every instance, completely contravened. The great and loud complaints of the first opposition paper which sprung up in this Island, was— the heavy taxation of spirituous liquors—*' an unmeaning clamour' because we do and will contend, that by no other method wiiioh the ingenuity of the wisest or ablest man in the colony, (*-ve...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

SHI* Jlgm NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS POET. On the 25ih— The schooner Frtoniship, 88 tons, Joseph white Master, ffen Cireniar lfead,- where she arrived on the 12th August In lOO days from London, with a full cargo on account of the Tan Diemen's Land Company. Passenger Mr. Robert Towers. SAILED fRBM THIS PORT. On thn 25ih.— The Heile, Jno. Hassell Master for Sydnei, with a full cargo of wheat and other Colonial produce, shipped chiefly by Messrs. J. and J. Solomon; J'assengers— Mrc. Ileibey, Sirs. Atkinson and child. AHUIVED IN UOBABT TOWN. On the 23rd— Tin* barque A«re, Captain Tod J, from OyMcr BHy, with a ihtro of wool and oil. On Tuesday— The hrig/''ia. Capt. Burk. from Sydne- 17ili August, with a gedtrut cargo, and several passengers. SAILED FROM IIOBAET TOWN. Onthe25-h— The slunp Mar/iarei, Capf.Prin gle, for Lauiict-ston, with a caigoof meichaudi«--. Th-* baron' Orelia again bailed on Suiwiay f«»i Swan Rlvr, aft--r landing a lew ion*, of iron and flour, and bhi|-ping a quantity of h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

I EN llftfe HoilSLS. ? rpHE Services of the under named Horses H 1 iDRy be. obtained during the season, at the H r*n Dtemcu's Land Kstablhlimrnl, Lake River, if, B' not removed elsewhere, of which a fortnight's ^m notice will be given in the papers. H Buffalo— Ten Guineas. Watehldo— Ei^htQui- H ncas. Bolivar— Six Guineas. Tasman— (engaged.) H Amsterdam and Hottj;kdam— (of the Flemish H Cart Breed) Five Guineas. H But with each ilW« must be sent a BUI of the ^B following form, Accepted, (by the owner, upon H whom 1 am the Drawer,) and marie payable at tne ^m -f l/te Bankt ! ? £ Sterling f' V. D. L. Establishment, H Itake river, Aug. 1, 1829. H Accepted ' { Nine months after date pay H „„ „,,,. at )to iny order, the sum of ? PajaWe at - ' Pounds, shillings ?? the Bank ( vaf,ie rteeived. ? of 1 ^1 A Discount of 5 per cent, will bi- allowed for ^?Re;»ly Money, aud persons desirous of paying in ^?produce may do so, by delivering sulficieut of the ^?tame to, and to the satisfaction of, th...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. Henry Stephens has obtained a Ticket of Leave, For his good conduct since he has been employed as an Overseer, under the direction of the In spector of Road*. The period for which David Marsh was trans ported, hating expired, a certificate Iibb been granteg to him accordingly. Jamps Thnin anrt James Bosre, are are appoint ed to the Field Police.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFBBTISER. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1829. It is th« public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the &gis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Various are the opinions, nay almost as numerous as the talkers upon this occasion, vfc:_the CATHOLIC QCESTION. We will now venture our prediction upon this momentous affair, aud from the various sources of intelligence we p ssess, joined to a most careful study of history, ancient and modern, we surely max', without being ac. cused of arrogance, predict— that the Catho lic Em .ucipation, or ihe NEW MAGNA CHART A will be productive of almost in calculable benefi to our Native Land (.Sri tab.) The benefits are great and mutual to all parts ot the United Kingdom. In the first place all the bickering between the Ca tholic* both in England and Ireland, with trifling: tf...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

WANTS.— The— —— (writes one of our Corres pondents) uunts — power to crush I he press. The Premier wants — butter to smooth the wheels of bis aggrandizement. The Kdilors want — liberty. The Clergy want— half in lieu of u seventh. The just ices (lor the major part) wunt— legal know ledge, l'-n-dry vuuts— his cloth. The council want— spurs. The gaol wants— u delivery. The faction wants —reform. The lawyers want — fees. The country mendicant address wants— signatures. The road aud iron-gangs want— grub. The mili tary jurors want— rest. The *' swells' want — credit. Certain underlings want— c.vonirios. The xountry wants— what does it not want ?— (Australian.) Answer— a new Governor.— Sydney Monitor ! The county of Cornwall wants — a Judge. The Sheriff end the Gaoler want— large fees. The Lauucestoiiians want— good roads. The debtors want— a separate room from itu-lelons. The tcL ons want— what the Gaoler has' too much of, viz. room. The sailors who happen to get Into gaol want— to get o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

ON SALE, BT the undersigned, at th« residence of Mr. Thrnnaa Underwood, Cameion street, the remainder of the goods ex Queen Charlotte, fiom Sydney. Isle of France sogar by the ton or bag White Benares ditto ,bv ditto Fine table rice by the bag Young hyson tea Curry powder in 1b. bottle* ' Cotton w\ck by the bale Luckipore baftasdo. Hearth rugs Silk bandannas Duck frocks and trowsen Cotton drawers Nutmegs by the lb. White cordage Sacking twine Cheroots in boxes ALSO, IN BOND:— Cognac brandy , Fine flavoured West India ram Negto-head tobacco, (small figs) - ' Cheroots in boxes Good Wheat will be received in payment, or ap proved Bills at three mouths for sums above 201. JOHN THOMAS MAUGHAtf. Launceston, - SeptembeP5th, 1829. FOR SALE. A SMALL FARM, containing about fifty abres of Hood arable land, almost en tirely under cultivation, situate at Norfolk Plains, and fronting the South Esk river. The. premises will be shewn by Mrs. Coulston, the present occupant. For further particulars, ...

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Mr. Peel gave notice, on Wednesday, of tug jb. ttntion to introduce a Bill foi the consolidation of the several acts— 48 in number, as it appears— relative to the qualification and jurisdiction ol the Justices of the Peace. It is impossible not to take a deep interest in any legislative mi aiure which affects the constitution, powers or oblh™. tions of the local magistracy, because it is a sub ject which concerns, in an especial manner, ihe affairs and well-being of the poor. It does not strike us, that ao long as unpaid country eeulc men continue to be intrusted with the local ad. ministration of ihe laws, a safer test of fitness fur the situation of county magistrates caunellbe established than that or definite propeny. jt ought to be recollected, that the test must l-e g(.n. era!, or that great uncertainty, confusion and abuse might follow. Property, according to En. glish principles and usiigt-, is the qualification lor a senator ; and although property do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

To be Sold byAuciionr BY ' Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launceitnn Hotel, en Tuetiat/y the 80 September* at 12 o'clock, A CHOICE Selection of BOOKS, amongst which are the following:— Last of the Lairds Honor O'Hara. The tor H-H Bell's Shakespeare, 2Q vol«. , Baron Field's Hew South Wales The Guardian Thompson's Seasons Memoirs of Captain Rock Hermit ia London life in do. . Don Juan Wliitbread's Australian Harrington end Oman The Pirate Chronicles of the Cannougatc Moore's Epicurean Homer's Memoirs of Napoleon Napoleon in Exile Gregory's History of the Arts Literary Gazetteer Blackwood's Magazine Quarterly $*-view Guy Manneriug Antiquary Lady Morgan's France Crab's Works History of Life Hume's History of England Lord Byron's Works Conversations of Byron Atkinson's New Sooth Wales Tie World displayed Vox's Letters Sentimental .Journey Cowper's Poems Pleasures of Hope Iudicator Stephens' French Revolution , Spectator, &c, &c,, &c Terms— PROMPT PAYMENT. ADVERTISE &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

THE undersigned has received a most   valuable cargo, per brig ELIZABETH, which   is now landing, and For sale at his stores, retail, and by the package, viz : — Fine flavoured Cognac brandy* West India rum of very high proof Hollands in pipes and cast* . Tavlor's double b-own stout in wood ana bottle Very superior Madeira in i tasks Sherry end i'ort wine in bottle Collison's superior Cape wine in £ pipes Bronte Madeira . Fine hyson, Tonkay hyson, and hyson-skin tea Idle of Fiance and refined sugar Brazil tobacco English soap in 561b. boxes Au excellent assortment of iron, and cast iron cart boxes Spring steel for carriages, blistered and shear steel   Vlintglass tumblers, wine glasses and decanters Canister gun-pn«der 1 Fine table rice, curry-powder Blankets, sniped thiits , Mens' corduroy trowsers, fancy waistcoats Calicoes, prinls, ill reads, tapes, and bobbin Welsh flannels, bandanna handkerchiefs Cotton boxes, black silk for ladies' dresse...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

SHIP^SL NEWS. OH A ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On the 5*,— The colonial sloop Margaret from Bobart Town, with a cargo of sundries. Passed* ger,— Mr. Henry Park«r. SAILED FBOM T«IS PORT. On the 1st,— The Caroline, V. Williams Muter, for Sidney, with 9,000 bushels of wheat, OS do. of oato, and 1,100 kangaroo skins, on account or Thomas William*, Esq., 71 bushels of oats, and 500 do. of wheat, on account of Messrs. Reed and Duncan. Passenger,— Mr. Edward Clemenson. On Tuesday 2nd,— JFor Sydney, the Queen CAar lolte, Capt. Kenaldsou, with a full cargo. on tne atn,— me Biuaorin, e». d. uiuunu, Waster for Sydney, with 3.00 bushels of wheat on account of Thomas Williams, Esq. Passengers,— Charles Taylor, and Charles Bradburn. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On Friday last,— The transport ship York, Capt. Moncrief, from London and Plymouth, 11th May, with 192 male prisoners, .under a guard of the 63rd regiment. Passengers,— Mrs. Dumas, and 7 children, D. A. Com. Gen. W»tson, Mr. A Wat son, «nd Mary Smith...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

I POLICE INTELLIGENCE. — 000 — An. ust 31 st. -Charles Harvey, neglect of duty, add out after hours, reprimanded, William Jackson, drunk and disorderly { fee st ted lie had b ' n in bis master's service 9 ye;ir.s — .1. Gordon, Esq. remarked, if he Iwd been in the employ of one master for so line; a period, he could not be a bod man. George Moran, being drunk and disorderly, reprimanded. Isaac ''yde, being disorderly In ihf- at root e^ rfWir'ntrtnAfA. September l*t -Frederick Williams, be. ing drunk and disorderly in the streets, and assaulting the Constables in the di.-charj»e of tLe'rdty, reprim uded. J- seih Dawsou, assaulting -nd beating -*eorge Luwson. re. pilmundVd. Joseph Garner, being drunk and -ul after hours, to be confined in the p iiiien iary. William Buckley, drunk and - rderly, reprimanded. William Smith, D.ivjd Graham, John Pat-coe, seamen, being drunk und disorderly, and assaulting the Constables in the execution of their duty, bound over to ke- p the peace until thei...

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On the Death of G. C. a young Greek, who was unfortunately drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 September 1829

On (be Death of G. C. * yonngGreek, who wab uuforlunaiely drowned* 0 God ! how dreadful to the sight— Beneath the ocean-wave, T-- w-e him into endless night Pl.mg'd from the vessel's giddy height, And have no p»wer to save ! 0 God ! how piercing to the soul (While over his head the billows roll, And the angry wiudsof winter howl) For the help of his fellow men ! Swift from the stern the boat was lower'd, And launch'd in that boiling wave ; And swift the seamen leapt on board— Bui, alas! with struggles of fear o'erpower'd, He bad sunk to his fathomless grave ! He time from the land of the mighty dead, His grave is the dark-blue deep ; Primaeval rocks are his rugged bed,— But in Greece shall his funeral tears be shed, And for turn shall her daughters weep I On Thursday last those five unfortunate, delu- ded men who absconded from Lieutenant (falsely called Major) McLeod's farm at Talisker, were   brought in handcuffed, escorted by a party of constables and some soldiers; ...

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SHIP NEWS. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

sHip^Hlki ^ews% SArtED mow this pout. On the I lth— The Margaret for Hobart (own, JohnPringle Master, with 450 bushels of barley, and 250 bushels of oats, on account ot J. & J. Solomon, and a few sundries. AUUtVED IN 1IOBAHT TOWN. On the 4th— The brie £/.sa6fl/', C»pt. M'Don nell, from London 26lh April, with a general cargo of merchandise to this Colony aud Syduey, aud numerous passengers. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. IP On the 5th— The Denmark Hill, Capt. Foreman, for Sydney, with part of her import cargo, and several passengers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

Wfctieg of our Friends funj Jhe adver tizing Public, to favonr us with' their Advertisements before One o'clock on Saturday. Bv so doing they will much oblige us, and at the game time secure a prominent situation for their favours, and also keep up the uniformity ot ap nearauceso uniformly necessary for the interests of. all concerned. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE is hereby given, taut the Co partnership carried on under the firm of Thomson & Ralston, will be dissolved on the first day of November next by mutual consent, .411 persons indebted to the said firm are re quested to settle their accoms, and all claims against it to be hauded in previous to the above date. ARCHIBALD THOMPSON, GAVIN RALSTON. Witness JAMBS IUNK1N. Launceston, 7th September, 1829. To be Sold by Public Auction, At Britmbj/'t Punt, Norfolk Plains, en the 28tfc of September '.— mHIRTr bead of Prime Milch CATTLE. JL A credit of Six Months will be given on Approved bills, aeptemberittii, 1829. To b...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

LAUNCESTpN ADFERTISER. MONDAy,ySEPTEMBER 14, 18*9. If is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; hut in the discharge of this duty he must iiol expert in find his road perfectly free from thi- arrows of those who are interested in prevemiiis the ,£gis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. ._ Lieutenant Governor Arthur— we beg leave to inform you, that such is the infamous state of our?tieets, that the work ing luHocke frequently stick fast in the mud thereof, and that in the main thorough fare to tbe wharf, and cennot get out until flrawn out by other cattle ; and we further beg leave lo inform Yodr , Excellency, that One bullock, has been actually drowned, or $uff6cai£d (as we are credibly informed)1 in this «aid (Street this present week. This ^ery fact we humbly consider to be a very great disgrace to the present administra tion; and we such the state ot the roads at Hobart town, we could not feel so much hurt, but the main streets of that (owii are w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

CAUTION. A LL ]Pereons are cautioned from purcha J\. sing from a man named CaAWtLY, who ar rived from Sydney, per brig Ionia, a small roan coloured HOUSE, lining 4 years old, and per fectly sound, which Crawley hired from the On derfciuiied, on the 24th of August last, under the pretence uf proreeding to Oulluuds. Craw ley has not since been heard of. Hi* pretended to have bten in \\w etnploy of Mr. Jusijce Su-pUeu, at Sydney, and that his ohject in going to Oallauds was to visit the Military Officer tlu-i e. JOHN PETCHEY. Hobart town, September 10th, 1829. IMPOUNDED, AT Norfo'k Plains, I black Cow, with I B on the off hip, I 8 on the near shoulder, and 1 B on ih-- neur horn, with a male rait by her side, suppoted to be ihe property of Mr. Bailee : I brown hided Steer, with white back, belly, and tail, marked SL on the off hip, supposed to lie the property of Mr. John Smith oftne. Corked-liat hill; I white Bullock, with black spots, black cheeks, and pait of the tail off. If not tak...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

BUSURANGING is a most hideous evil, one that calls loudly for punishment, not only for (he actual guilt committed by the unhappy men who embrace this way of life, but also on account of the sum of uneasiness and apprehension which it causes throughout the whole country, particularly amongst families, consequently, it is the duty of the Authorities to prevent bushranging by every means in their power; one great mean for this will be, to enforce a proper attention to the pris oner population. Has an instance ever occurred of a good or kind master losing one of his men thus ? No ! From whom do the men desert into the bush ? Either from a severe master or mis tress—where the tnistren wean Ihn breeches— or from ATacquarie Harbour—or from men whose lives are forfeited to the law I We have heard many men say, If the prisoners are ill-used they can complain to the Magistrates'; but can they get redress9. Not always 1— because, we know that one of these 5 men who ran from Talisker, by name S...

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EXTRACTS FROM THE Proceedings of the Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 September 1829

EXTRACTS FROM THE Proceedings of the Horticultural Society, A paper was also laid before the Society upon the modes of training vines at Thomery, near Fantaineblau, where the famous grapes are   produced that supply the Paris market. The method appears to consist in allowing the plants very little oom to grow either with their branches or   their roots, and in keeping the latter very near the surface of the ground; in the practice at Thomery,     each vine is only allowed to occupy a space     of about six feet, so that the walls are supplied I by a number of plants instead of a few, as with   us. Several interesting varieties of seeds and cuttings were distributed; and the table was     covered with a profusion of flowers and fruit. Among the latter, the most remarkable were some oranges from the open air, which had beeu produced in the garden of the Rev. J. L. Lusco...

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