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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 November 1840
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 16. Eight disorderlies were fined 5s. John Davis, ticket-of-leave, charged with harbouring ? pri- soner of the crown ; four months' hard labour on the roads. Thomas James, assigned to Mr. Hogan, charged with being absent from his master's premises and neglect of duly ; three months' hard labour, and to be assigned in the interior. James Winch and Robert Dyhall, assigned to Mr. Stan- field, charged by their master with gross disorderly conduct in fighting and making a disturbance ; each to receive thirty-iix lashes. Orelius Brown, hired servant, charged by his master, Mr. Rowland«, with being drunk and neglect of duty on Satuiday last ; seven days on the treadmill. John Crowder, ticket-of-leavc, charged with stealing a quantity of onions growing in the garden of Mr. Jacobs, at Sandy Bay ; deprived of his ticket-of leave and to labour on the roads for twelve months. James Gifford, assigned to Mr. Gregson, charged with drunkenness and stealin...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 November 1840
COLONIAL PRESS. COURTEOUS RETORT.-We feel greatly indebted to the Hobart Town Advertiser for the very complimentary no tice he bestowed upon us. However " contemptible an affair," our "single sheet of demy" may appear to him, we will at least guarantee that our space shall never be perverted by attempts at obscene wit, nor will we ever reduce ourselves to the humiliating position of becoming a common hack, doomed to " carry the panniers" for a livelihood. He may well cry out for support-are the panniers heavy ? As to his boast, (which is modestly in- tended for himself, as any one will see the intended appli- cation of his analogy)-about being able to " afford" to publish twice a week, it may do to try and palm such stuff upon the public, but with those who are better ac- quainted with the routine of a newspaper establishment it will not do to claim merit for making a sacrifice when it is done with the expectation of reaping a profit. As, however, our contemporary has so much space ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 November 1840
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. Arrivals.-November 16-the brig Maguasha, 151 tons, Spencer, from Sydney, 2d instant, with a general cargo, Bilton & Mea- burn, agents. Spoke the bark Eagle off Sydney heads on the 2d instant. 16-the American bark Shepherdess, 274 tons, Hooper, from Boston, 18th July, with a general cargo, C. Miller, agent - passengers, J. Osborne, Esq., Messrs. N. Osborne, J. Osborne, T. Osborne, N. L. Rogers, Esq., Messrs. Nelson, B. Nelson, and Brown. Spoke the bark Resolution on the 17th September, from Liverpool bound to Mauritius ; and the ship Ingleborough on the 26th September, from Bristol to Bombay. 16-the schooner Lillias, 8S tons, Smith, from Port Phillip, with sheep, T. F. Strachan, agent-passengers, Mr. Clark, Mr. Crook, J. Grimbly, J. M'Pherson. 15-the schooner Flying Squirrel, 87 tons, Clinch, from Port Phillip, with sheep, Watson, agent-passengers, Mrs. Clinch, Mrs. Stapleton, Mr. M'Gregor, Mr. Bisell, Mr. Hensley. Departures.-Novem...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
MISCELLANEOUS. Hints to Wives.-Make yourself so agreeable to your husband that he will see there is no true happiness absent from his home. Be always becomingly dressed, and have your household and yourself perfectly clean and comfort- able looking. But beware how you show too earnest a desire to keep him at home, as men ure selfish creatures, and seldom- feel much beyond what relates to their per- sonal convenience. If he thinks you suspect bim, nnd are acting a part, there is an end to all your influence. If your solicitude flows from real uffection so much the bet- ter, as you will be impelled by your love to study his wishes and tastes, which is the surest way with most men to secure their regard for you in return. Many a man has been mortified, and ruined, by having a slattern for his wife. It is very rare that a man becomes intemperate and vicious when his wife is thoroughly neat and tidy in her person and her house. As long as she is inviting und tasteful in her appearance, a...
AUDIT OFFICE. 18th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
AUDIT OFFICE. lBfn November, 1840. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the lilli of the current month and this date: William Sharman, flour; W. Ladds,meat; F. A. Downing, tea; C. Gerrand, groceries; J. Paterson, coals; J. Cahill, supplies ; W. Goulstonc, forapc ; James Birchall, repayment ; W. T. Parramore, ditto ; M. Vicary, ditto ; J. Clarke, provi- sions; Pclland Crashavv, cartage ; \V. Chambers, ditto; W. S. Sharland, surveying; G. Woodward, ditto; II. Wilkinson, ditto; II. It. GUfiiey, ditto; D. Moses, sundries; T. Har bottle, paint; G. F. Goble, tubs, &c. ; II. Thomas, medical attendance ; Thomas Jackson, ironmongery ; D. Dunkley, ditto ; - Bell, sundries ; AL C. Friend, for George Town Church ; Thomas Tilley, repairs ; W. Cleary, cartage ; W. Farrell, charcoal ; J. Paine, ditto ; F. B. Wutson, firewood ; Thomas Smith, repairs. G. T. W. BOYES, Auditor.
CUSTOM HOUSE, Hobart Town, 17th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
CUSTOM HOUSE, Hobart Town, 17/ft November, 1840. Notice ishercby given, that unless the under-mentioned goods are cleared from the Bonded Warehouse on or before Friday, the 4th of the ensuing month, they will be sold by Public Auction, on the Tuesday following, for the dutieB, rent, &c, at 12 o'clock in the forenoon : One pipe brandy, L. Y. No. 3, bonded by A. Crombie on 4th March, 1835, subsequently transferred to G. Wise, ex Mic Mac. Fifteen cases cigars, S. T. 50-64, bonded by R. Stewart, on 9th April, 1835, ex Resource. One case cheroots, bonded by T. Learmonth, on 20th June, 1835, ex Africaine. One hogshead of rum, N. G. l8, bonded by W. M. Orr, on 2öth July, 1835, ox Medway. One barrel whiskey, N. S., bonded by Messrs. Kerr and Co., on 12th August, 1835, subsequently transferred to J. M'Mur docb, ex Oriental. Eight cases cigars, R. W. 2,3, 6, 8-12, bonded by A. Mor- rison on 19th September, 1835, ex Caroline. One cask cigars, bonded by Messrs. Hewitt and Co., 21st Sept...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 283. Colonial Secretary's Office, 7th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 283. Colonial Secretary's Office, \'th November, 1840. Tickets-of-Leave have been granted to the following con- victs; vis. Alexander Anderson, England ; James Breadman, Andro- meda; Charles Bessy, Strathfleldsay ; James Bates, Amelia Thompson ; John Buck, Henry Porcher ; William Buckley, Elphinstone; Francis Cockrill Croxford, Norfolk; Charles Clarkson, Bardastcr; Joseph Cheesley, Henry Porcher; Joseph Gale, Lotus; Thomas Haskell, Lord Lyndoch; Edward Lindus, Prince Regent ; John Lane, Elphinstone ; Thomas North, Henry Porcher ; John Pepper, Lord Lyndoch ; Luke Provis, Henry 'Porcher; James Rogers, Lady Nugent; Sarah Cashell, Edward; Ann Develing, ditto; Richard Croft, Lord William Bentinck; Henry Donnelly, South worth ; William Deane, John Barry ; James Dennison, Wil Ham Metcalf; William Mills, Lord Lyndoch ; David Phillips, Layton ; James Rylcy, Lady Nugent ; Henry Rowe, Lady Kennaway; Thomas Slaughter, Asia 3; William Scott, Isabella; James-Thomas, Lord Ly...
SUPREME COURT—SITTINGS IN BANCO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
SUPREME COURT-SITTINGS IN BANCO. * KI DAY, NOVEMBER 20. Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Puisne Judge Montagu. Mr. Rowlands moved for a rule to be granted to cause the | Sheriff to make a return of all writs within four days after ?ervice. He Mated that writs had beert detained by the Sheriff's officer until the very conclusion of the term allowed hy law in ?uch cases, although money had been received thereon. Their Honors acquiesced with the motion so far as to pro- mise that it should be taken into serious consideration. TUESIUV, NOVEMBER 24. Joseph Hone, Esq., Master of the Supreme Court, took the accustomed oatbs of allegiance to our Sovereign Lady the Queen, on his assumption to office. On a motion made by Mr. Harrison, to their Honors, to cause . rule to be made absolute, Air. Justice Alontagu remarked, that Friday being the last day for the Sittings in Banco, it was Hotji proper time to make such a motion, but that he thought "¡urgent cases of equity there could be no o...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
TO ADVERTISERS. This Journal is published every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. Adver- tisements intended for the Tuesday's edition should be sent to the Courier Office by one o'clock on Monday ¡ and if for Friday, by one o'clock on Thursday. Parties should also notify the number of insertions required. Advertisements sent without such instructions will be inserted titree times.
THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
THE CABINET. BLEST Solitude ! when life's gay hours arc past, Howc'cr we range, in thee we fix at last. Tossed through tempestuous seas, the voyage over, Pale, we look back, and bless thy friendly shore ; Our own strict judges, our past lives we scan, And ask if virtue has enlarged the span : If bright the prospect, we the grave defy, ?; Trust future ages, and contented die. For men to judge of their condition by the decrees of God which are hid from us, and not by his word which is near ton* and in our hearts, is as if a man wandering in the wide tea, in a dark night when the heaven is all cloudea about, should yet resolve to steer his course by the stars which he cannot see, but only guess at, and neglect the compass, which is at hand and would afford him a much better and more certain direction.-' TiUotson. The brave only know how to forgive ; it is the most refined and generous pitch of virtue human nature can arrive st Cowards have done good and kind actions, cowards have *&...
THE HEATHER FOR ME! [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
THE HEATHER FOR ME1 Bonny's the blushing rose at e'en ; Bonny's the violet blue ; Noble's the oak wi' its acorns green, And broad leaves tipp'd wi' dew. But autumn's chill the rose will fade, And fell'd the oak may be ; I'd gie ye both for one single blado Of heather-the heather for mel 'Tis bonny to sit in leafy bower When song delights the ear ; To feel the odour of every flower Blend wi' music near ; But I 'm for a seat on my hunter's back, And then, for melody, One blast of the bugle to follow his track O'er the heather I-the heather for me 1 MAC GSAS,
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, November 12,1840. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, November 12,1840. Notice is hereby given, that in consequence of the Com- missariat Stores here being full of wheat, no more can be received until further notice. And that after Wednesday, the 18th instant, no wheat will be received into the Stores at Launceston, until further notice. For the Assistant Commissary-General, SAMUEL CARR, D.A.C.G.
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, November 19. Four persons fined for drunkenness 5s each. Thomas Murphy appeared to answer the complaint of Belinda his wife, with having assaulted her ; but Belinda ap. pearing to be as much in fault as her husband, case dis- missed. John White charged by Constable Spencer with obstructing him in the execution of his duty ; fined 10s aud costs. A New Zealander appeared with his face bound up, ho having been wounded in the mouth the night previous by having had a pistol discharged at him by a steward of the American vessel now in the harbour ; an investigation took place, and it appeared in evidence that the accident, which it really was, originated in a lark, the defendant not knowing the pistol to bo loaded. As it was, it was really a very narrow escape for the poor New Zealander, who appealed much ex* cited, and on a smile appearing upon the Magistrate's mouth, he very graphically said-dot you may laugh M User Price, but mc tell you, dut suppos...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The celebrated Dr. Graefe, who lately died at Hanover, left the enormous fortune of £3,600,000 Prussian dollars, equal lo 13,000,000f., or more than £500,000 sterling, which he amassed almost entirely by his honourable pro- fession, having begun life with a fortuue of between £8,000 and £9,000 only_Times, July 23. The Ornithological Society have presented to Prince Albert a pnir of beautiful ortolans which were hatched by steam at the Eccaleiobion.-Ibid. The director of the Audience has sent the following note to his subscribers, the paper not appearing on the Mon- day :-« Our private correspondent at Biives informs us, that Madame Laffargc has poisoned herself. Medical as- sistance was rendered in vain." The Moniteur Parisien conlaius the following paragraph on this subject:-"A report lias been curreut to-day at the Palais de Justice, that letters received in the morning from Brives, announce that Madame Laifarge had poisoned herself, and that all efforts made lo ...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
COLONIAL PRESS. WESLEYAM MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-The sixth annual Meeting of the above ' Society took place ou Monday evening at the Paterson .street chapel, before a numerous and respectable assembly. * t.»".. - The Rev. Mr. Simpson having been called to the Chair, explained the objects for which they had met, and called upon the Secretary to read the Report. Mr. Crooks, Secretary, complied with the request of the Chairman, and read through the Report, which de Bcribed the rise, progress, and condition of the Missionary Societies in every part of the globe, from which it ap- peared that extraordinary success had followed the la- bours of the different Missionaries in every place to which they had resorted. The central mission stations in dif- ferent paris of the globe amount to about two huudred and forty,; the number of Missionaries is three hundred and sixty-two ; the number of cominunicauls, exclusive of Ireland, 78,228, being an increase on last year, of 5,578. The number of schola...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
«¿S$3k FOR ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. «Sí¿a3l. The new schooner Marys, regular trader, is now on the berth, and will be despatched in a few days. For freight or passage, apply to November 23. REEVES & Co. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE, Campbell-street. Under the Distinguished Patronage of THE MER- CHANTS of Hobart Town.-Mrs. Clarke begs most re- spectfully to acquaint the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hobart Town, her Friends, and the Public, that under the above Distinguished Patronage, TO-MORROW, the 25th instant, will be performed (for the first time) the Musical Burletta of THE SPIRIT OF THE RHINE. Irma (with Songs) Mrs. Clarke. Dance, Mr. Smith. After which, the Nauti- cal Farce, in One Act, of THE MIDDY ASHORE, or A SPREE UPON LAND. Harry Halcyon (the Middy ashore,) Airs. Clarke. To conclude with (by particular de- sire) the laughable Farce of THE HAPPY MAN. Paddy Murphy, Mr. Falchon. Tickets to bo had at Mr. Tegg's ; Mr. Davis' Musical Re- pository ; or Mr. Hedger's, Elizabeth-str...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 November 1840
TO THE EDITOR OF TUE COURIER. Sin,-I feavc seen« rutter In tîïe Courier ot'Uie 3rd instant, signed " A Deputy Itogistrar," referring to my observations on the ltegistry Act. As the writer's viens differ materially from my own, 1 bo« to say a few words relative to his communication. He says, that if notice of a birth or death, which may be trans- mitted through the post, bo given in proper time,Hie informant can sign the entry at nny subsequent period. Without ani- madverting on the extreme latitude of Hie word any, which ap- pears to ino exceptionable, I shall state the grounds on which I aflirmed that the informant must sign his name at the time of registration. This is not only the most obvious and generally received con- struction of the Act, but certain parties who hnve sent a written notice to the Deputy Registrar, have actually been given to un- derstand by that oilicer, that no entry could be made until the informant was present to attest it with his signature-what con- clusi...