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[?]T. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

William sunceston, ? and James aling a bag vcus. eunderstand, try round Port xcursion in quest orted had escaped good road might be to the port, as the ground ing in the least boggy as has   ed, although the country is very thickly timberee, so much so as to oblige the travel- ler in parts to cut his way through the underwood. The tide rises ten feet, and will admit into the bay vessels of 100 tons. The banks are highly romnntio and thickly clad with stringy bark trees of the finest description. There are some small patches of fine land/ but in general the soil is unfit for cultivation. On his way to and (rom Port Sorell, Capt. Smith fell in with a great number of wild dogs. There were five sawyers working at the port for Mr. Patten of Launceston, who sends a schooner for the timber which they cut. These men being in so remote a part without any couttol were ordered to remove, first destroying their hut and saw pits. There is a ~ beantiful situation for a town on the ba...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 12 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. The ship Calista, 316 tons, Captain Hawkins, sailed on Sunday for London with 220 pieces gum plank, 448 bales Wool, six logs Huon pine, 6 tons Mimosa bark. 18 tons Barilla, 63 Ox-hides, 69 logs she oak-wood (Casuarina) and one bundle of Opossum- skins. Passengers.- Dr. Hood, Messrs. D. Burn, John Robertson, J. C. Cummings, C. Seal and King, and nine in the Steerage. The Cyprus has returned from Recherche bay,       having broken her windlass and lost her Anchor and   cable in a heavy gale of wind, the prisoners and guard will be relanded. Wheat during the week has fluctuated from 10s. to 12s. 6d. a large quantity wis sold on Wednesday at 10s 6d. A reward of twenty pounds (80 pounds in all) is offered in this day's Gazette for the apprehension of the four men who robbed Mrs. Youl, by name W. Ashton, W. Baker, John Gibson & Joseph Mould. The first Half-yearly Meeting of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

On sate at the Storesfiflfti undersigned BROWN and bleached .Canvas *jon> No. 1 to 6, r.ftfak^-'tfe^'sVlni^-'cf'aDpnin^aaiitji! bloom Rs^sfn.; Barthenware, ladie.' and gentleruen-s Boola arid .Shoes, Calico, London .Prints, Cotton Wick, Girth Web. Braces, Wearing Apparel, sailors pocket Knives, Orleans Segars, colonial sole Leather, ?Ir'onmoniery, Oakum, a strong second-hand Curricle and Harness, and a variety of other articles. JOHN KERR, Macquarle-atreet. o Brazil Tobacco. N Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, best Brazil Tobacco, by the Basket. John KnKB, Macquarie st. '¦¦.-'¦ Choice Wines ON Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, very superior Claret and Sherry, in cask and bot- tle ; Fayaf, Madeira, and Port in pipes, hogsheads, aud quarter casks. JohK Kerr, Macqitorie-street. TO BE SOLD OR LET, A most desirable FnVm of about 4000 acres, close to water carriage, and about nine miles from Hobart town. The premises consist of rt neat and substantial brick built House, compl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth : To EDWARD ABBOTT, senior A W. H. Humphrey James Gordon Thomas Archer James Cox George Weston Gunning George Thomson Thomas Cookson Simpson     Peter Archer Mulgrave   Afleck Moodie   Thomas Anstey James Scott           Benjamin Horne Joseph Hone         William Henry Hamilton       Jocelyn Thomas Richard Willis   John Ogle Gage John Cubbiston Sutherland       J»bn Hunt Butcher Samuel Hill       William Butler Peter Murdoch Robert Harrison Thonms Daunt Lord Edward Curr William Henry Glover William Gwyllym Walker     Joseph Curtin J...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

NOTICE. TAKE Notice, that the Copartnership lately sub- sisting between os the undersigned Peter , Augustus Lautour, Edward Gibbs, Robert Reste, William Kershaw, James Drummond Buller Elphin- stone and Bartholomew Boyle Thomas, and carried on under the style and firm of " The New South Wales and Van Diemen's. Land Establishment" has been ? dissolved by mutual consent from the Twenty-seventh . day of June, instant, and that I, the said Bartholo- mew Boyle-Thomas have resigned the management of the concern. Hobart-town, Van Diemen'* Land,'June'27:1826, ". P. A. LAUTOUR. E. GIBBS. c . R, KK.ATE. W. KERSHAW, J. D. B. ELPHINSTONE _ B. B. THOMAS. /In tlie Supreme Court pf Van Die men'» Land. GEORGE the Fourth, ly the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Biitain and Ireland, King, Dtfender of the Faith, and to forth. In the Administration of William Patterson,, late of Hobart-town, Van Diemen's land, settler, deceased,. to Elizabeth Patterson the wjdow of the said Wil- liam Patters...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

: fleir, T5s a Jev<. And though methought'! was nothing new, My soul was maddeu'd at the view? Abd what to say, or what to do, Or where to go, I hardly knew. I should have thump'd him black and blue,. But then I mest have battled two? And'who could think of harming Sue? Dot I, who would have kiss'd lier shoe; >¦ ^Prepare the rosemary and yew, . Or some funereal flowers in lieu ; Prepare my coffin for the screws I feel my heart is split in two ! One half Heave the fickle Sue Carry the other to the Jew; ,.,: I die in a forgiving cue For her dear sake, or he should rae . Tbat.be has injured be knows who. And oh I. if ever pity drew * .Her heart that lily bond may strew , . The youth her cruel falsehood slew., .; Oh I had she been some oursed shrew, Or.not more kind, at least, than true, And less encouraged me to woo?? I can no more the theme pursue; My tongue sticks to my jaws like glue, My throat is hotter than a flue; . I'll put it in this hempen clew,? And so, inconsta...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 148. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 17,1828. THE religions, moral, and general education of youth being an object of the highest importance in every well-regulated community, it has therefore been the anxious desire of the Government to prepare and facilitate, for the benefit of the inhabitants of this Country, the local meant of attaining that object. In conformity with that desire, His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has devised the foundation and plan nf an establishment calculated for educating the male children of persons of respectability residing in this Island (without including those of visiters or strangers) and has appropriated to the purpose a suit- able house with a competent portion of ground at- tached. In framing this system, it has been His Excellency's principal aim to unite instruction and discipline, a coarse of sound and useful learning with the early formation of character, habits, and manners, and to place those advantages within t...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

THE COUNTRY POST. Launceston, July 12. - We have no arrivals this week, the Hetty has sailed for Hobart town this day, and the Ann for Sydney. Remain in the harbour the brig Perseverance.   The four bushrangers advertised have all been taken. They came upon Captain Barclay's farm, information was taken to the Captain, he gave notice to Messrs. Gray's, who rent part of his estate, they, with a brother who is here from India, went to the place where it was said they were. Upon their   arrival a few exchanged, and one of the men was taken, three made their escape, but being followed in the direction in which they went, two more were taken the same day (Friday); on Saturday the last was brought in. Captain Barclay's men behaved very well on the occasion, particularly one man named John Davis, who was very instrumental in taking the men; l am well informed that his conduct has been very meritorious.     Ross:- I have great pleasure to i...

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THE KANGAROOS: A FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

THE KANGAROOS: A FABLE. A pair of married kangaroos '.' , .. ."(The case is oft a human one too,) ^ere.greatlypuzzled once to clicose, A trade tu put their eldest son to, A little brisk and busy chap, As little K.'s just then are?. About some two months off the lap,? They're not so long in arms as men are, i A rms would not do at all; no, marry. In that line all his race miscarry; And agiculture was not proper, Jnless they meant the lad to tarry \ Tor ever as a mere clodhopper. He was not well cut out for preaching, At least in any striking stile; : And as for being mercantile? .... He was not formed for over-reaching. The law?why there still fate ill-started him, And plainly from the bar debarr'd him: \ doctor?who would ever fee him ? In miine be could scarce engage; /.rid as for going on the stage In tragic socks?I think I see him! He wouldnot make trigging mounter'.. " . A haberdasher had some merit, .rv" .- Bat ..there the counter still ran counter, For just suppose., . A lady c...

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RECORD of POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

RECORD of POLICE. Thomas Capon appeared this day, and prayed the   condemnation of a cask of wine more than 2 gallons which had been seized by constable Booker, it ha- ving been illegally removed without a permit from the Office of the Superintendent of Police, contrary to the colonial regulations. After a long investigation before G. W. Gunning and T A. Lascelles, esq*. the wine containing five dozen and six bottles, toge- ther with the cask, bottles and corks were confiscated pursuant to the Government and General Order of the 18th of October, 1817, and to be sold by public auction, and the proceeds to be divided as follows : -one moiety to the King and the other moiety to Thomas Capon who sues.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

?¦;v,V^ .,;,v; NOTICE. ¦ ' . ^ :; .-:¦ V , ¦^^KTHteREAS,' the undersigned Ilks been rriiicb ati T*'1,! *noyei by trespass in various ways on his, Grant of?2000' acres,-situated at Muddy plains, bounded on the north by Frederick Henry Bay, and a line across the neck to Ralph's bay, on tho west by Ralph's bay, and unlpcated land, and on the east by Lake Falconer and the lands of Falconer arid Hoskins to Frederick Henry bay :?¦" Ho hereby gives notice that all persons found tres- passing by grazing cattle or sheep, or sawing timber, shingle splitting or otherwise, will from this date be prosecuted according to law. ROBERT MATHER Hobart town, July 10, 1828. NOTICE. THE undersigned having determined on relin- quishing his Agency on the 24th instant, for the following Newspapers, viz: The Australian, The Sydney Gazette, The Tasmanian,       Therefore begs that those Persons who have been furnished with their accounts, will liquidate the same &amp...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

? THE i HOBART-TOWN COURIER. j SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. ( The brig Queen Charlotte, 120 tons, Captain J. T Maughan sailed for Sydney on Wednesday, with 2000 . bushels of wheat, about 20 tons of potatoes, 800 kan- garoo skins and other goods. The brig Cleopatra 209 tons, Captain Tobias Young sailed yesterday for Sydney with the remainder of her original cargo.forthat port.and 1530 bushels wheat, 78 bags potatoes and 30 casks bottled Portwine from this port, and seven of the original passengers, The Saraji sails, for Sydney to-morrow, with a large quantity of.wheat. There has beenno arrival in tba Derwent during the week. ''..'.,.' '..,?' ,' v., .. ." \ , -'? * 'The great, thc imperious importance of the im- pounding laws, is nt last, forcing itself upon general conviction. Tho lively letter of HahrowtINE was read last week with much interest, and every rational man will cordially agree with AcREjffis io his luve of economy.- Nevertheless we have a mind of oar own....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

Tobe sold by Public Auction, MR. R LEWIS BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public, that he will offer, for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, The must valuable collection of property ever pre- sented to public notice, at his Auction and Commis- sion Sale Rooms, in Maquarie-street, on Saturday the 26th day of July instant. at twelve o clock pre- cisely, consisting of - A very elegant London built Chariot, with harness complete for two horses. A very splended assortment of Books, in a perfect state of preservation, comprising amongst others, , A magnificent edition of the Encyclopaedia Bri- tannica, with Supplement and Plates by the most eminent masters, 26 vols, elegantly bound in Russia, am! lately cost eighty guineas in England. Grose's Antiquities of langland, Scotland, and Ireland, with line plates, 15 vols. 4to Hume, Smollett, and Adolphus's History of Eng arid.lGvols.'8vo. handsomely bound, ~ [Mitford's Greece, 12 vols. 8vo. [British t ssayists, elegantly bound, 38 vols. 12mo. [Robertson...

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CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 July 1828

CRIMINAL COURT. Joline Lewis,' found guilty of stealing 30 yards of ribbon and 2 ounces of thread, the property of Simon frazer. John Brown, convicted of stealing 3 shirts, 1 night gown, 1 shift and 1 pillow case, the property of John Smith. . John Jones, convicted of burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Wm. Penny with a felonious intent. William Kelly and Henry Butcher, convicted of ealing 2 bushels of wheat and one bag, the property of George Meredith. : Edward Westwood,' fonnd guilty of an assault under great provocation upon Luke Higgins his assigned servant was brought up on Thursday and sentenced to pay a fine of £5, which he did and wai then.discharged. Richard Reimiken convicted of stealing one hat and. one apron the properly of Solomon Eagle. . James Weller was convicted of stealing 0 bushels of wheat and S sacks from Mr. C. Nairne. W. Smith, of stealing 2 bushels of wheal from Afr. John Wade.. ....-"" ..... Abrahara.jAaron pleaded guilty to stealing va...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

CORNWALL BANK. -.-. . PROPRIETORS of Stock ^n the -'ajfi'ovi Bank ¦ are informed that the Second 'Instalment of £2 10s. per Share will fall due an the 1st day of August next. James Ranken, Cashier. Launceston, July 21, 1828. ~~ \ ~~ ON SALE, -. .. ¦'".. AT TUB CMldRSOF THE VNDSRSIGNSD, TWENTY Puncheons of fine flavoured Jamaica Rum. v Eight Hogsheads Cognao Brandy. Three Pieces superior Hollands. Ten Hogsheads Claret. Also Kum, Shrub, Cape Madeira, Malaga, Sherry in draft by the 5 Gallons, Champaigne, Port, Claret, Vidonia, Madeira, Sherry, Bottled Porter and Ale. ROBERT STODART. Elizabeth street... .' g^r> Corks at 4s. 6d. per gross. SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. T. J. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street, on Monday next the 28th inst, at 12oxlock piecisely without reserve, ONE hundred EWES and LAMBS, and one hundred good fat WETHERS, tit for the Knife. Prompt payment. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street, on Tuesday next the 29th instant at 12 o'clock precisely wi...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [[?] communication are unavoidably postponed.] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

THE COUNTBY POST. || [NttmtrouM comimmicatiotu art unavoidably pitt' potted.] ,. Launceston.?On "Wednesday tba brig Derwent arrived with timber, and on Friday the cutter Cur- rency Lass from Sydney, and the Elizabeth Hen- rietta from Hobart town. In the harbour the Der* went, Perseverance, Currency Lass, and Elisabeth Henrietta. Oatlands:?We should imsgine that every one who bas property at stake would render every assis- tance in his powar to further the exertions of the field police, but we are sorry to say that is not always the case. The detaehmenref soldiers that had baen sta tioned at Mao Gill's Marsh, were obliged to be with, drawa to bead quarters at Oatlands, because the ra- tions of flour allowed to the Military could not be fur nikhed them by any settler throughout the whole of the Eastern division of Oatlands, comprised under the denomination tbe Blue Hills and Eastern Marshes, a fine illustration ef the value to the colony, of remote stockyards! n ¦ ' We add with regret...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

¦-';. JUST IMPORTED j: "'" j. AND for Sale at- the Stores of the undersigned English Chedder CHEESE, in fine prcser vation.'.': ?* .-'?'< HEN RY BILTON.; Rock House. . .. ? WANTED, IN a Solicitor's Office; a respectable person, who understands Book-keeping, and can make him- self generally useful.' For particulars inquire of the Printer. ? \ CORNWALL BANK. j AT a MEETING "of a Committee of Directors 6f tlie Cornwall Bank, held this day, it was resolved :?' \ . That thc Directors, of the Cornwall Bank some time ago, with a view to the public accommodation, having mada arrangements for tlie payment of their notes in Hobart town, but having since found that that accommodation has been abused feel themselves under thc necessity of withdrawing such accommo- dation for the future, and of notifying that from and after thc 24lh day of this month of July, none of their notes will be consolidated except when presented at the Bank in Launceston. Drafts on the Bank of Van Diemen's wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

LlkUTErUNT-GoVKll. me for .that purpose y, and in. pursuance of 0 in this behalf vested, 1 Lands for sale ; and 'enders for the purchase eived by the Colonial pt Town, for the space ,t ensuing; and that at ire Tenders then receiy Secretary opened in ts of the Land Board of _ by .me for that pur hesl of such Tenders, if by me, will .thereafter my Hand and Seal, rther Government House, Hobart town,, this Twenty-third Day of July yin tlte Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twen- ty eight. [i;s.j ' GEORGE ARTHUR. ."'"' By Command of -¦.-¦?¦ His Excellency ?. ? ?'.' ' 'J. Bdrne'tt. * ¦; GOVERNMENT ORDER, No. 41* Colonial Secretary's Office, July 23,1823. "WTTTHErtEAU, by the Regulations for tho. Grant TT .ing and Selling pf Land: within this Island, bearing date the 2!)th day:of April mstpastyit-'ls no- tified :?that- the following -terms of payment will be open to the purckaser (that is to say) :? 1st. That he may-pay down- the- whole purchase money at tile time ot' Sale, i...

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THE HOBABT-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

THE HOBABT-TOWN COUBIEB. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1889. TRADE AfilD SHIPPING. On Thursday the ship Sarah, Cspt. King, sailed for Sydney, with the part of her original cargo and pas- sengers forthat port, and 1200 bushels wheat, 57 sacks flour, and about six tons of potatoes, from this port. The Wanstead it is expected is now at Oyster bay loading with oil aad bark, and may be looked for in, the Derwent in a fortnight. The copyright of the Australian has been disposed of, viz:?2eighths to Mr. James, 2 eighths to Mr. Hayes, 2 eighths to Messrs. Paul, 1 ito Mr. Boden ham and 1 to Rapsry and Mitchell Mr. Hayes will be Editor and commence his labours on the 1st July. Monitor. The ship Frederic had arrived at Sydney from Ba- tavia, with 2089 bags of wheat, containing 2 inauns each or about 164lbs. making in all about 6OO0 bushels, 500 barrels of flour and 200 bags of rice, Wheat nevertheless was selling at Sydney at from 16s,6d.to 18s. per bushel, on the 30th June. The Midas is to be despatched...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 July 1828

By His, Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant 'Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Depen- dencies, &c. &c. &c. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, by the Regulations for the Grant- ing and selling of 'Land within this Inland, bearing date on the 29th day of April last past, it is (amongst other things) prescribed and directed : - That persons desirous of obtaining Land by purchase, should address themselves to the Surveyor General of the Island in a certain prescribed form , and it is by the said regulations declared, that the Lands se- lected by individuals who should have obtained leave to purchase would be surveyed and valued by His Majesty's Commissioners, for the Survey and Valua- tion of Lands within this Island, with as little delay as possible, and would be put up for Sale for one month by Proclamation, to be made and published for that purpose, and would not be sold at a lower rate than the value so fixed ; and it is by the said Regulatio...

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