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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 7th June, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817
Government & General orders. ..J,. GovÍR*]afiiNT Hoon, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 7thJone, 18t 7. CIVtL DEPARTMENT» ITlS HONOR tne LIFUTEN ANT GOVERNOR* cdnfidering it his Duty to aflimilate IheSyftem inthefe Settlements in all re fpeäs, as much is poflib'e, to that eftabhftied in the parent Colony, modified according to the particular Local Circnm ft anees, intends atan early Period to have a Government Slaughter Houfeereéled in Hobart Town, and. another at Kangaroo Point ; at which'ail Cattle for Hi» Majefty't Stores will be Slaughtered. In the mein time they.will bb Slaughtered by the Public Butchers, and under an In« fpeclor of Stock» who will be hereinafter named, ' A Licence'is henceforth to betaken out by all ' Periods %hó Slsughtei Cattle or Sheep in ihe Di Arias'of Hobart Towri OT-'Kan- garoo Point ; fuch Licence to be granted by the Police Magiftrate and to bear his Signature : a Fee of Five Shilling« to be paid tVihe Magiftrate^' Clerk on each Licence ; and all Licenc...
Hobart Town; SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD. Assize of Bread.—Wheaten, 8d.; Household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817
Hobart Town ; SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE. -- REV. ROBERT KNOPWOOD. &nbsp; &nbsp; Assize of Bread.-Wheaten, 8d. ; Household 7d. &nbsp; SHIP NEWS.--On Monday last arrived from Port Davey and &nbsp; Macquarie Harbour, the brig Sophia, Captain KELLY, laden with pine. ---------------------- &nbsp; Wednesday last, being the Anniversary of the Birth of Our aug- ust Sovereign, who on that day completed his 79th Year, was cel- ebrated at this place with every demonstration of loyalty and joy. -- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At sun-rise the Royal Standard was displayed.--At Noon a Royal Salute was fired from the Battery, and Captain NAIRN'S Company &nbsp; &nbsp; of the 46th Regt, stationed here, paraded in front of Government Houle» arid fired three rollies, in honor of the day, oAt Oneo*...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817
THE SHIP COCHIN, Captain J. P. JONES, will positively sail for Sydney on the 25th Inst. - For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander. &nbsp; &nbsp; All Persons having Claims on Capt. Jones are requested to pre- &nbsp; &nbsp; lent them without delay; and those indebted to him are expected to &nbsp; discharge the same on or before Wednesday next the 11th Instant, &nbsp; &nbsp; to prevent expense the following day. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, an unfinished &nbsp; &nbsp; HOUSE with Garden Ground, pleasantly situated in Murray &nbsp; Street; which may be made tenantable at a small expense. - For &nbsp; &nbsp; further particulars apply to Mr. RICHARDSON, at the Derwent Hotel. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. GEORGE FERGUSSON proceeding to Port Jackson by an early Opportunity, requests all Claims ma...
Government & General Orders. GOTERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 10th June, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 June 1817
- , . , , , ? Government & General Orders. GOTERNMENT HOUSE* HOBART TOWN, Tuefday, loth June, 1817. J T being of Ihe utmôft Importance that all Transfers of Cattle and Sheep between the Seulement« upon ^ihe different Sides of thia Ifland íhould be known, ihe following .Regulations are eftabiiíhed : When Stock arc intended to be removed. from > any Diftrift of Ihe County of Buckinghamfhire to the Port Dalrymple Side, Notice is tobe prcviouHy given to the Confiable of ihevDiftríél, who will Infpeft the Stock prior to Removal^ and-wUlfign a Certificate of his having fo [nfpecled them* ípeclfying» thtí' Ownirir's Narrie añdí Place of Abode, the Number and Mafks of ihe Stock, andthe;Per> fbn to-whom they aie going. He will keep an Entry oí thefe Particulars .j addthe Perfon who hal Charge of the Stock will carry ihe Certificate'with him, which lie will exhibit to any Magiíirate, Confiable, ©^Commanding Oíp cer of a Military Parn by whom he may be queftioned on 'the Road ; a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 June 1817
His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ! has "'thought proper to direct, ,&lt;hít all Public 'Communications which may appeir in the JH0BART10WN GAZETTE^ând SÖUTH&RX'REPORTER, Mgntd wi'tVariy Official Signature, are to be confidcred as Official Communications made io thofe ferions io \V horn they may relate. '. , ». ?»,'.} 'BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR,4 J '', W¿ A¿ Ross, Secretary*
STATE OF SPAIN. LONDON, AUGUST 30, 1816. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 June 1817
STATE OF SPAIN. IO NOOK, AUGUST *0, ÍDl6; : Adfictlofrihe 30th tilt* from Ronda, in Spain* Hate, that the troops in garrifcii at Malaga lately broke out into mutiny, and at tackedfihe ßifhop's palace, throwing flones at, and breaking -the windows, Ac. Agfiinft the'Biinop (Father Cañedo, a famous com« radc of Oftolazaj in the Cortes), they uttered dreadful threats ; and the Affair would have had ferious confequences, had not lorne concil- iatory per for s interpoíed, and the Biíhop brought forth a bag of dollars to pacify ihe mutineers. A fimilar difpofition pervaded the military and naval fervice in all parts of Spain. Murmers are every where heard that the King thinks of nothing but of fattening the monks and conóns like hogs, while the defenders of the country are fuffered to periflu Their clamours have reached even Ferdinand, and have Occafioned fo much alarm, as to extort from him a royal or- der, in which, after ftating ¡that three naval rfficers had died of Want, and that many...
EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 June 1817
EXTRACTS from the latest LONDON PAPERS After the final close of the negociations had been protracted a lit- tle, by the DEY refusing to give up two Spaniards, he consented, observing to his Divan-"His foot is upon my neck, and what can I do ?" His Lordship then left the bay with his fleet : the Severn, Heron, and Mutine, had been previously sent away with the restored redemption slave-money, for The Kings of Naples and Sardinia. His &nbsp; Lordship brought home with him the Queen Charlotte, Impregnable, &nbsp; Granicus, Hebrus, Prometheus, Britomart, Cordelia, Belzebub, In- fernal, and Fury. Sir C. Penrole was lying at Gibralter, with his flag in the lster, and Admiral Capellen, with four Dutch frigates.- The Impregnable has 268 shots in her side, 50 of which are below the lower decks : three 68-pounders entered her store-room (six feet un- der water), and wounded a woman there. She expended 16 tons and a half of powder, 120 tons of shot, 543 2-pound rockets, and 30 ...
Hobart Town; SATURDAY, JUNE 14[?] 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. Assize of Bread.—Wheaten, 8[?].; Household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 June 1817
Hobart Town ; SA1URDAY, JUN& i4v 18^. .¿W'-»^*»*»^ SITTING MAGISTRATE.-A..Fè KEMP* Esc*« Affize of Bread.-uneaten* 8d. $ Houféhold >qâ.> On Monday morning lau His Howwihe LIÉÜTINANT GO- VERNOR left town, accompanied by''hi*- LADY and Mrc. Secretary Ross, efcorted by a party of ioldierv on*, a-tour overland to, Port üalrymple. The company remained«ihehouie oi Mr. Beamont «t Uerdimah's Cove until Wednelday, whenfthey proceeded on their journey. We undetftand it is H tt'HáfeoVí iotcotipn «0 retóaiirat jtiut ¿cuiement only a few dAys¿ . ^T The weather (lill cominan mijd and highly favourable tothe in« duftrious huibandrnan, ^hich mu ft of cou ric greatly forward *he Yowing of grain, and enableuus fpeadily to announce its completion^ How would the people of Great Britain b« aftonilhed at a fimiUf feafon in the month of December ? The froft on Tuefday IAÍT| .hough far the fevered which l)as been felt ihis year, was totally van» quiihed a few hours after fun-rrifc » and'ihe (...
Hobart Town; SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—WILLIAM BROUGHTON, ESQAssize of Bread.—Wheaten, 8d.; Household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 June 1817
Hobart Town ; SATURDAY, JUNE 21 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE- - WILLIAM BROUGHTON ESQ Assize of Bread wheaten, 8d.; household 7d. Having now attained our shortest day, we cannot pass it over without a few more remarks on the almost unprecedented season. The rain which fell on Wednesday and Thursday, though rather heavy, has done much good to the field and garden; and those settlers who had their flock exposed, had yesterday a fair opportunity of securing them from the wet which we may now naturally expect. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; When this season is compared to the rains which fell this time last year, and which so materially impeded the sowing, we may anti...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 June 1817
Public Notice. ACTING ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, 10th MAY, 1817. A LIST of PERSONS who have delivered into this Office Tenders for fupplying His Majefty's Magazine with Frefh Meat, with the Quantities which will be received from them, and the Dates when the fame is to be delivered. Quanti- DATE: | NAMES» | ty to be recd. June 17. Wm. Parlons 800 Thos. Divine 600 Mr*. S. Wilton 800 John Lucas 800 W, Nicholson, tooo W. Colquhoun 1000 July 41-Mr, Town foo 3000 j Wm. Hambly 700 j George Aihton , 7001 Thos. Murphy 700 1 ti;«--Jos. Berristord 800 Wm. Williams 800 Roger Gavan . 800 ¡ Wm* Kearney t 500 i Thos. Kearney t. ,500 Thos- Croft 800 Wm. (¿angel -, ftoQ l8,--John Birchall , 20 ;o J bo. Taylor, jun. ipoo Sam. Thorne , 1500 John Deveraùx , 500 25»-Mr; W. Blyth 2000 John Clarke 1000 Samuel Free 1000 Mr. Triett iooo Aug. i.-Wm. Davis . 500 Mr» M'Neelance 3000 Jonas Martin 750 David Reynolds 750 8.-Joieph Wright icoo Robert Jillett jj000 Wm. Jillett , 5...
HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—Rev. R. KNOPWOOD. A. M. Assize of Bre[?]d.—Wheaten, 8d.; Household, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 June 1817
HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1817. .SITTING MAGISTRATE.-Rtv. R. KNOPWOOD; A; M* AiTize ofiBreAd.-Wbeaten, 8a. j Houfehold, 7d. SHIP NEWS.-On Sunday laft failed the brig Sophia, Captain KELLY,on a whaling voyage. To-morrow or Monjday the (hip Cochin, Capt. J. F, JON as, will fail for Port Ja ck fon ;, by which conveyance Colonel DAVEY pro- ceeds to Head Quarters.^_ The weather it ill continues delightfully favorable and encourag- ing tolhe agricultor iib; which we ¿ndvrfUnd TS truly valued hy them all. Our reports from the country this morning are oftho moll rjrcmifing nature^ and in a few months the refulti anfing from ;itbe'rnildnefa otihe feafon will be more cönfpjcioüily feltîihan at tho ' f^refèht moment ; for as the ikilful mariner is ever unesiy till he ar- rives'at'ihe wiíhed" tor J haven, lo the mduilrious farmer is equally , anxious lill he feel the'fruita of his labors iecured from all the viciíf. '* iludes; of cb Incierto which they areexpoicd when in a ftate of im- pe...
Fifty Guineas Reward. HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 26th June, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 June 1817
Fifty Guineas Reward. HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 26th June, 1817. WHEREAS William Peck, a Free man, William Johnson, William &nbsp; Rollands, Wm. White, and Joseph Hatfield, Crown Servants, &nbsp; having effected their escape from His Majesty's Gaol at Hobart Town, between the Hours of 10 and 12 last Night, I hereby &nbsp; &nbsp; offer a Reward of TEN GUINEAS for the apprehension of each of the above-mentioned Prisoners, to any Person or Persons who shall apprehend and cause them or any of them to be lodged in the County Gaol. The above REWARD of TEN GUINEAS EACH to be paid in Government Bills, on any of the said Prisoners being lodged in His Majesty's said County Gaol, at Hobart Town. &nbsp; &nbsp; W. NAIRN, Capt. 46th Regt. Commanding.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 June 1817
Public Notice.i &nbsp; CQURT HOUSE, HOBARTTOWN,1 Thursday, 26th June, 1817. HEREAS William Johnson, a prisoner, 5ft. 71ns. high, ,dark hair, hazel eyes, pitted with the small pox, JWilliam Rollands, a prisoner, about 5ft. 5 1/2ins. high, fallow complexion, pitted with the small pox ; William White; a prisoner, 5ft. 8 1/2ins. high, about 28 years of age ; Joseph Hatfield, a prisoner, commonly called Joe the Bunker, about 5ft. 4int. high, dark complexion, black eyes, and slightly pitted withh the small pox.; and William Peck, late of &nbsp; Launceston, in the County of Cornwall, did about Eleven o'Clock &nbsp; last Night break out of His Majesty's Gaol at Hobart Town, and are present at large-These are to require all Constables and others to &nbsp; use their utmost endeavours to apprehend the fatd Offenders and lodge them in safe Custody. And all Persons are hereby Cautioned not to harbour, conceal, maintain, or in any away aid or comfort the said Offen...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 June 1817
Just as this Paper was going to Press, we were creditably informed ed that one of Captain NAIRN'S parties had fortunately fell in with those villians who broke out of prison last Wednesday, as reported &nbsp; in the front of this Gazette, and severely wounded Johnson; but that the others unluckily escaped. Mr. Surgeon Hood has in consequence left town on horseback to render the unhappy sufferer every assistance possible.
EXTRACTS FROM THE LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 June 1817
EXTRACTS FROM THE LONDON PAPERS. As we always feel a gratifying pleafure in giving our Readers any information which may occur in Great Britain relative to thefe Colonies, we have felected the following Parliamentary Debate, which took place on the 6th of April 1816 in the Houfe of Com= mons :-- TRANSPORTATION OF CONVICTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the motion for the fecond reading of the Transportation Bill: MR. BENNETT wifhed the period of two years to be fubfti- tuted for five years in the Bill. Within, the laft four years nearly 3000 perfons had been fent to New South Wales. Thefe could not be fent at lefs expenfe than 100/. per man, and their maintenance at leaft 64/. per man, per annum. This was highly deferving of the confideration of the Houfe, when it was at the fame time confider- &nbsp; ed, that the punifhment...
520 Guineas Reward. Proclamation, By WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the Settlements in Van Diemen's Land, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 July 1817
520 Guineas Reward. Proclamation, By WILUAM ,SOKB.LL, Efquire, Lituienant Governor oftfhc Se/foments in Van -Die* men's Land, öc. i3c, &c. w H ERE AS Ihe ARM SD, BANDITTI, who have lora con fiderable Time infèftedthe Interior oí this uland, did on the loth Ultimo make an attack upon the Store at George Town, which be» jng left unprotected they Plundered, taking away Two 3oata, in which they were afterwards caft aihore.at the entrance of Port Dal- rymple '-And whereas-the Principal Leader, in the Outrages which, have been committed by this Band of Robbers is PETER GEARY,, S defener from His Mäjeily 's 7&lt;jd Regt, charged aifo with 'MUifc DER and various other Offences;-Aw)>whereas .the Under-named Offenders have been concerned\wiUl Jhe (aid Peter.Geary in mod ofthefe Enormities, the following REWARDS will be paid io any.¡ Perlon or Perions who (hall apprehend.thefefOffenders".or .any/1 of them :-- ' . . PETER GEARY; - . Ofte Hundred Guineat. PETER SEPTOS; ) 'I,'/...