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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

*6 No. 24. April 2y, 1828. een pleased, un Secretary of State, to. Land Board'' for' ency in investiga- essary, in order to ons for Grants of, as well as upon cd- to appoint the ers of thc Land Roads. ant Com. Gen. Collector of Internal By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No: 95. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 30,1828. THE following Convicts have been deprived of their Tickets of Leave. Henry Stokes, Sir Godfrey Webster, for having been found tn a Paulie House, after hours, in a state of intoxication.   Joseph Marr, 372, Prince of Orange, for repeated acts of disrespect, insolence, disobedience of orders, neglect of duty, and leaving his employment without permission.     David Beck, for being drunk and disorderly, while on duty as a Constable, from which office he is dis- missed.   - By Commend of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.     GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 94. &nbs...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1828. In the course of his most impressive charge last week, the Venerable the Archdeacon enlarged on the duty incumbent on Clergymen to devote themselves to gain the good will and affection'of their parishioners, which indeed is not so difficult to accomplish, as is commonly supposed; mankind are not unreasonable but are able to appreciate the good intentions of an upright but humble, careful but disinterested pastor He enlarged in beautiful and eloquent terms on the obligations the World owes to christians for -the pre- servation of the best institutions, and of almost all that ia valuable in social life. It is to christians that we owe our knowledge of the treasures of antiquity, and of the admirable characters who shine in the pages of tbe Greek and Roman writers. 'With regard to the instruction of youth, we'were delighted and not a little flattered to hear the Arch- deacon inculcate some of the great truths, which wc have frequently urge...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

PIANO FORTE BY BROADWOOD. TO BE SOLD, AVery fine-toned Six Octave PIANO FORTE, with rounded corners and turned legs, made by Messrs. Broadwood, expressly for this climate not two years ago. lt is parted with for no fault, and to save, trouble the lowest price is Fifty Guineas; Cash.     For particulars apply to Mr, Reichenberg, Master of the Band of the 40th Regiment. AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, IMPORTED per Schooner Fly, a few Pipes of Cognac BRANDY, of superior flavour; also, Wax Candles, in 841b. Boxes. W. M. ORR. WHEREAS, my wife Catherine Scott has ab- sconded from me without any just cause or provocation. This is therefore to give notice that I will not be responsible for any of her debts. JOHN SCOTT. Launceston', April 21,1828. HORNED CATTLE. TO bo Disposed of a Small Herd of TAME CATTLE. The Cows have been milked three seasons by a female. Merchandize or good bills will be taken in payment. Applv to Mr. D. Mackay, Derwent Auction M*rt, Hobart ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

TO COUItESPONDENTS. I L The Communication from Sorell came too late for insertion this week, as also. '.' Free and Easy" and " Leander." Birth.?At Ellinthorpe Hall, on Thursday thc 1st Instant, Mrs. Gporge Carr Clark of a Daughter.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

HOPKINS'S STORE, ELIZABETH-STREET. MR. HOPKINS bas received by the Eliza, and oiher late arrivals, the following GOODS, which will be sold at very low prices for ready mo- ney or good clean Wool, viz. Watch keys, chains and glasses . Spectacles Window., glass, tb* fol-. sizes?4x6, 6x8, 7x9, 8x10,10x12,10x14 & 11x15 Hair sweeping brooms Hearth ditto Horse brushes, and curry combs White wash brushes aud whiting Scrubbing, shoe & clothes brusTtes Bannister ditto . Spoke and water ditto Hair, tooth and nail ditto Linseed and boiled oil and turpentine White lead, black, yel- low and other paints Blue, 'green,, and umber colouring for rooms A fresh assortment con- sisting of fine Macca baw, Tonquin, Prince's Mixture, Strasburg, Mo. 37, Rappee & oilier Snuffs Mustard, Ketchup aud Fine salad oil. . Spices of allsorts. Starch, blue, pepper and alspice Table and Liverpool salt Steel, coffee and pepper mills A good assortment of glass and earthenware Mottled and yellow ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY MAY 10, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY MAY 10, 1828. ' -+*~* TRADE AND SHIPPING.   The bark Eliza, 343 tons, Captain James Fuze, sailed for Sydney on Sunday, with the original part of her cargo and passengers, intended for that port, besides 10 hogsheads of Hobart town beer, 1000 bushels wheat, 400 sheep, 20 tons potatoes, 1009 kangaroo skins and 10 bales of wool. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright, and Mr. & Mrs. Kelman. Tho Derwent sailed on Sunday morning for Mac quarie harbour, with a detachment of the 40th. The brig is afterwards to proceed to Launceston to return to Macquarie harbour for a cargo of timber for Ho bart-iown. The Isabella sailed the same day for Sydney, with a detachment of the 57th. The only vessel now in the harbour is the brig Prince Leopold, which is under repair. The brig Lion and the schooner Fly, and the Calista, are ex- pected from Sydney, the Hetty from Launceston, the Jessy Lawson, Bencoolen and Surah from London, and a brig from the Isl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

¦''' Sheriff Office, May 8, 1828. In the Supremo Court, Kerr t;. Stace At tho same time and place the Sheriff will cause tobe put up for Sale by Public Auction, THE SAW MILLS, called the " Cascade Saw Mills" with all the Machinery, &c. belonging to the same, and the Dwelling house attached there- to and'also thc Grant of Land upon which the same ate erected, the properly of the Defendant, unless this execution be previously satisfied. FOB, SALE BY AUCTION, By Mu. J. C. Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednesday the 13th inst at 12 o'clock,, without reserve, Quantity of Negro Head, aud Brazil TO- BACCO. A Also, a variety of Merchandize. To be Sold by Public Auction by D. MACKAY, AT THE DERWENT AUCTION MART, If not previously disposed of, of which due notice . will be given, Os Tuesday tub 20th Instant, At 12 o'clock precisely, FIFTY Head ofCATTLU, selected some years ago from the first Herds in the Colony' for milkers. They consist of 25 COWS, all of which ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

TO BE SOLD AT T.HE COURIER OFFICE. : A Box of WATER COLOURS...... .. ,25s Transactions of the Society bf Arts, 39 vo lumes................. ...£25. Bafchelor's Survey of Bedfordshire, I vol....' 9s. Saratt'on Chess, 2 vols............ ...V.lOs;Cd. Hogarth's works, 2 vols ....................45s. Cronstad's Mineralogy, 2 vols............'.'.:. 12s. Imison's science wid' art,' 2 vols ' i.''. .;.v.'.'il2s. 6d. Gallery of nature and art, 0 vols.............8-ls. Toland's works, 1 vol..,.'. .4s. Hay's Surgery, 1 vol..."....19s. Designs for gates..7s. Gd. Rollin's Ancient History, 0 vols.S3s. Colquhoun'* treatises ...........'..;.....1 Os. Gd. Cowper's Poems, 2 vols, bound.'.............JOs. Thomson's Seasons, 1 vol. unbound............5s. Franklin's works, 2 vols, bound;... ..........Vs. Hayward's Science of Agriculture, unbound....9s. Cully on Live Stock, unbound..........9s. Mavor'a British Nepos.."...... 1. .fis. Murray's English Reeder..... ..bs.^d. Button's Elocu:ion....'......'..'....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

(828. af Par- gee, in , "as the Jmit of Lieu pat they formation (Tent of Bri _»^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ens of-7 Geo. IvT^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^vcral ting to Me ^^^^^^^^^ Aud the lCth^m^^P^Pmns of 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c.56, to amend the laws relating t. the Customs) By command of His Excellency, J. Ben NUTT. ANNO SBXTO GEORG ll IV. REGIS, Cap. cix. 'An Atl for the Encmiragment of British Shipping. * ¦an* Navigation. Mk July 1825.) i <« "^7E7"HEREAS nn act was passed in the Tv present session of Parliament, (6 " Geo. 4, cap. 105,) intituled An Act to repeal the ¦?'* several Laws relfttittg to the Customs, in which it is " declared, that the laws of thc customs have become " intricate by reason of the great humber of acts re *? tating thereto which have been passed through a " lung series of years, and that it is therefore highly "¦expedient fur tho interest of commerce and the ends *? nf justice, and also for nffording convenience and " facility to all persons who may be subject ...

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PASSING OF SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

PASSING OF SENTENCE. On Wednesday the prisoners in gaol who had been convicted, were brought before the Court to receive sentence. The twelve guilty of capital offences were first arraigned, namely, Thomas Pearson; convicted of burglary, Phelim Bonnor, of robbery from the   person, John Grimes, for maliciously shooting at George Marshall, and Michael Cox, for aiding him; Thomas Collins, for larceny in tho dwelling house of his master Mr. Cartwright, James Garragan and William   Dorell, for cattle stealing, William Hardy, Charles   Stephen and William Fenton, of robbery from the person, Edward Burke and W. Hall Purcell, of larceny in a dwelling house. Before denouncing them   to death his Honour observed, that the jury having found them guilty, he had nothing now to take notice of but such objections as in point of law would justify him in arresting judgment; that he had again read the evidence of every case through since they had b...

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THE COUNTRY POST. Con mala persona el remedio Mucha tiera in medio. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 May 1828

THE COUNTRY POST. Con mala persona el rcmedio Mucha tier'a in medlo, The continued hostility of the natives at length be- gins to engage the attention of the public, the loss of life on the Elizabeth river lias induced the settlers in that neighbourhood to represent their situation to His Excellency. The appeal met immediate attention and was' followed by such steps as appeared likely lo meet the difficulties of thc case, the remedy is dic- tated by feelings of humanity and forbearance, and docs honour to the hearts of those who apply it: how far it will be successful, time alone can prove. ' It is extraordinary in so limited a community where five in ten are actual observers of passing events, that this subiect should be so imperfectly understood and that such a variety of opinions should bo enter- tained. This, with the degreeof interest attached to the matter is worthy examination. There are many reflecting minds among us who dispute our right to form a settlement in the island, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The thought, expressed in the fragment from the top of Mount Wellington, is of too important a nature, arid too hastily written, to be printed without more consideration than "VoxVenti" seems to have .givenit... ¦ '? . . * *+++*+*+**+++*+*+++**+++**+*.

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HIBERNIAN DEATH INSURANCE COMPANY. "Pretium est mori."—Hon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

HIBERNIAN DEATH INSURANCE COM- PANY. ," Prctium estmori.''?Hon. The rate!) of this Society arc regulated inversely, as those of a Life insurance Company. . Agc shall al- ways be deemed honourable at our oflice; and the infirm and weakly will be sure to meet that sympathy and tender regard here, which is uniformly denied them at a Life Office. Our business shall bc con- ducted with strict impartiality; but if a preference is shown in any case, it shall bc shown lo those who stand most in need "fit?to thc sick, thc helpless, and the dying. Gentlemen having a laste for law, or for toasted cheese?immoderate caters, whether for wa gers ur. civic, houours?members cf the fancy (more especially amateurs)?bottle, holders of all kinds persons fond of cutting a figure nu thc icc or nt I lie Old Bailey, or addicted to any other, practice which tends to shorten lifo, will ho dealt with un the most liberal terms. Officers in thc Royal African Corps, and yoong gentlemen of a quarrelsome turn (if h...

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THE MUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

THE MUSE. What care I for Summer weather,. . ' Since it Insts so brief a while? Twenty summers.come'tdgcther, ' If I see my Mary smile. -','.< .1 peed neither fruit nor blossom, ' Nature's homilies, cheap and vile'!'--'' All my fruit is Mary's bosom. All my blossom Mary's smile. 'Should I fill, like spine, my sight full Of all scenes from Thames to Nile, ; Tell mc what is so delightful , . As to seo my Mary smile? r ? Let them travel who in duty : ii,: Visit many an ancient pile; , ,,'-'> I admire na Gothic beauty ; " ,:,-,..?-,; ''? Let me see my Mary smile. v ., ... Snow-bapt hills are bright at even,;,','?'.,',.,¦¦'-. '""' Towering iiptvanls many a mile':;,-,'s ?I'arii always'nearer heaven. ., ,.,-'.,¦ ,,..,,) When I see my Mary smile ?" '"'." Clouds may hide the sun hereafter, As.they off have done crcwhile : Whntcarc I fdr Nature's laughter, . If I sec pry Mary-smile, j ? Tide bf song runs bright, and steady.; Art.cpuldscarce Improve my stile. And the clause is to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

PURSUANT to a Decree in tho. Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land, made in a Cause Mason Hft'.-iint Bethune and Champion, the Creditors nf William Blyth, late of thc Rope Walk in thc District of Jericho, Van Diemen's Land, deceased, who,died on or about the month of May, 1823, arc on ar before thc Sixteenth day of July now next, to como in and prove their debts before Jcscph Hone, Esquire, Mas- ter of thc said Court, nt his Chambers at thc Court House, Hobart-town, or in default thereof -they will be preremtorily excluded the benefit of tho said De- cree. Gi BUTLER, PlaintiffsI Solicitor. for sale; by private contract, By. D.MKay, , At the Derwent Auction Mart, A good Second-hand PIANO FORTE, or 5 oc- taves, and a 5th up to C in alt. by Gdulaing, Phipps & Dalmaine, London. lt ia in perfect condition, and particularly adapted for young Ladies who are learning to play the Piano. , / \ , The price Will be moderate. . TOBE SOLD, By J. C. Underwood, Under an order of the Supreme Co...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

CORNWALL BANK. j , "j^TOTICE is hereby "given that the. Cornwall '-'J^f .' Bank was opened this day for Discounts andi Deposits, and that' a Committee of Directors will' sit] every Monday and Thursday to receive Bills for Dis4 , count. ?, .¦;.'.. -. ..???...: ' ¦ > ¦.>?¦:'.'¦?''.' .'?;'' ' Nd Bills will ? bo attended td that are not sent in| before ll,o'clock,.on ..ihe^day' of Discount.; Such; Shareholders: a'«have notpaidinp their>firsl;iristulineii<; ofvIO\p83Joenfrsonitn£nniount^ for, arerequired'.io^ dd'so >v/itlidot delayi;v ; "' " 1 ^ Launceston, May .1,1828. , / ' .N. B. No Bills; dra.wii .subsequent to this date; will he discounted n'niess,they are payable at the, ?Cornwall, Batik. . -I BANK^VAN DIEMEN*® LAND). A MEETING af the Proprietors orBankVSlpck; willbe held at the Bank building on Monday j the iid of June next, at 12, o'clock prpcinelyj for Uie : purpose of electing; an ACCOUNTANT td this' Es- \ .laiilishntent in the'room .of ¦ Mr*.Gardiner, 'w...

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THE NEGLECTED INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

The Negled Interests. It- is a lamentable fact, that while the interests of one part of this community aro ably and manfully supported by public writers, those of thu other arc not only'neglected,-but trodden under foot. I trust, however, that the. independaut spirit and well known 'impartiality ot The IJobart-tuwn Courier, will occasionally allow these oppressed -persons a portion of,his columns, so that their feeble voice may no longer be stilled; Common justice demands it. Among thc most neglected of these interests io this island of- Van Diemen's land, I was nbout to rank those of the Agricultural Company now esta- blished at Cape Grim, otherwise called Circular-head. Well, indeed, may it be called Circular, for it makes my head turn round, barely to-think nf the unjust prejudice against it. Even you, Mr. Courier, have not been without your shani of this heavy charge. I say, I was about to undertake its defence, when I observed it was taken up by the renowned writer of the Colon...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

place STOCK rom 5 to 7000 35 miles from Rope Walk, a Flax Hackles, Melville street.   lAWLINGS, stated to reside _ street, will apply nt the oflice of Messrs. Kempvcnd Co. she will hear of something to her advantage. May 12, 1828. CORDIALS OF good quality for Sale by T. WITHERS, nt the sign of tho Druid, hy tho Gallon or up- wards, at the undermentioned prices:? ¦¦ ? \ ? ]>rr gal. Peppermint. 10s. Od. Shrub...................... } " .. Anniseed .........(............ V lls. Od. Cloves...................... 5 C. Roseneath axd Compton Ferries.       C. M. GOODRIDGE, late of Cove Point Ferry, begs to inform.the Public, that he has taken   both of the above named Ferries, where, by strict ;! attention to Ibo safety and nccommodiition of passen * gcrs, live stock, nnd colonial produce, lie hopes to j merit a continuance of that suppoif so liberally aflbrd ; cd-td him duiing the three years he conducted the Compton, S...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY MAY 17, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 May 1828

THE     HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY MAY 17, 1828. -----------------       TRADE AND SHIPPING. The ship Calista, 310 tons. Capt. Hawkins, arrived   on the 15th, from Sydney the 8th inst, with 220     planks blue gum, and 70 bales wool, shipped at Sydney for the London market. Passengers, Messrs. Bunster and Burn. Same day, the brig Dragon, 130 tons, Capt. Forbes*, arrived from Sydney the 7th inst, with a quantity of bar iron, cedar, and other goods. Passengers, Mr. Ramsay, of tho house of Rain and Ramsay, and Capt, Northwood, who has we learn purchased the vessel. Also thc ship Nearchus, 273 tons, Capt. Brixey, from Sinoapore 29th Feb. with goods for Valparaiso. Put in for water and other supplies. Passenger, Cit pt. Myrick, formerly of the brig Bolivar, of New York, which touched here in February last year. Tha brig Midas^ Capt, Watson, arrived at Sydney on the 27th April, from ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 May 1828

Derwent Steam Navigation Company, FOR the purpose of carrying into full effect the Resolutions suggested at the Meeting held at Richmond on the 5th ultimo, a MEETING will take place at the Court-house, in Hobart-town, on Thursday next, at 2 o'clock, when all Persons disposed to promote the establishment of a Steam Boat for the conveyance of Passengers and Produce   between Hobart-town and Kangaroo point, are solicited to attend. Hobart-town, May 28, 1828. FOR SALE BY AUCTION,   By Mr. J. C. Underwood,   At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednesday the 28th inst, at 12 o'clock, without reserve, the following articles, (effects of the late Mr. Charles   Palin, decensed).'   TWO bags sugar, two silver watches, two qua- drants and charts, one telescope, also a quan- tity ol'wearing apparel, consisting of hine coats, blue jaoketH, trowsers, waistcoats, Dannel shirts, and draw- ers, stockings, shirts,and shirt collars,.h...

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