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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1829

To tbe Editor of the Lavkceston Abvebtucr. Sir, There* is s. nuisance existing in thii town of which it is importantthat the Authoritiei should be informed. I allude to the practise of turning cattle into the open streets at night; these creatures sometimes break into gardens, and do more damage than a dozen apple stealen would do ; besides, people are often In dancer of being grievously hurt by them, either from stum. bllng over them in the dark, or fr*m being gored by their horns. If you will advise the people to find other lodgings for their cattle than the public streets, you will oblige. Sir, Your obedient Servant, E.F. Mr. Editor. I by no means wish to insinuate a prejudice against a Company whose objects an I beyond all doubt respectable, but every means t I certainly do wish to guard my fellow Emigrants I from any mistake of a somewhat 6erious nature, ? which they are likely to incur. ? Now Sir, a cursory perusal of Mr. Hunott'i m advertisement would induce any reader to sop...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

-Mft SHIPiUfflL NEWS. eaUW^^SS ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On the 18th,— The brig Elizabeth, E.B. Old field toaster, from Sydney* with a hill cargo on ac count of Thomas Williams, Esq., and Messrs* Reed and Duncan. Pa»iengers,— Mr. H. Retd, aud Mr. James A. You). On the 19th,— The schooner Speculator, Row land A. Morton master, from Hobart town, with a cargd of sundries for Yarious individuals. Pas ?—*.** jmmm ? U^eu» 1a It** flt-OV OffiH ThnDtflt 0110 Charles Foster. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. Nov. 16th,— The schooner Henry, Hugh Me Lean master, for New Zealaud and the South Sea Islands, with a cargo suited for trading at the fisheries. Same day,— The cutter Currency L»##, John Taggart master, for Sydney, with a cargo of hay, wool, &c Passenger*,— Mr. A. Chartton and 3 others. On the 19th,— The brig £/if«»r(ft, E. B. Old field Master, tor Sydney, in ballast. ARHITED IN HOBARt TOWN. On Thursday last,— The brig Amethyit, Copt. Coulthard, from Sydney, with a quantity of ce dar, soap, gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

AT Launceston, a Cow, white telly aud back, black mottled Bides, shor,t horns, I brand on the near thigh apparently S. . I If not claimed within 21 days from this date she wmbesoldto^cxpence^^ I Poundkeeper, I Lannoeston, I November 21st, 1829, I IMPOUNDED. '~ ~~ AT Perth, on the 8th November, 1 rcS Steer, white along the back and belly. i branded ou the off hip and thigh B R, on the neat I * I thigh H D, 1 year old Bull, red and white, no I brand, i year old Heifur, white with red along I the sides, 'branded C M on the near hip, 1 black I Cow, while on the back and belly, branded on the off hip T M, on the thigh K C. If not claimed, taken away, and expences paid within 21 days from this date they will be I sold at the Pound to defray the same. ! EDWARD DHYDEy, I Poundkeeper. November 14th, 1839. IMPOUNDED, AT U»e Cocked hat hilly 1 white bullock, with a stump tail, branded on the near nip*-) 0, ' mVi t»i ifce*.»r fci|» w-hicit 3s not vistM'?, 1 small black Cow with a grigse! face a...

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THE PRESS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

THE PRESS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, fl It being the duty of public Journalists to diiptlfl error, we are surprised that none more adequiiffl to the task than ourselves have taken upon tlietB to correct the late erroneous statements respectiofH the Press of Van Diemeu's Land. Since XhisdutyB seems to have fallen to our share we will go cmX didly to work, giving what we consider to beiH eimnlp Ktnfenicnt .of facts. And if w*» aa nrnnirn^B hope we shall be corrected. B The Colonial Tim** is one of the eldest, thostkB not the first journal printed in this Colony ; thB proprietor has been prosecuted and persecatedB in his day, which certainly ought to have taught™ him lessons of prudence and liberality, bat ilB seems to have had the contrary effect. While ih'uS journal was not opposed it was very popular, Mdfl it is still far from being insignificant, altliougkH it (quints the contrary way of independence, v/UA^M was once its boast, but whatit now terms '/»B lion.' It is in this journal the ...

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Paul Pry in Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

Paul Pry in Hobart Town. I hope I don't intrude, but I wished to come and see what sort of legislative council room this is you are building. So ! these are the nich es for the Government Voters, they seem very comfortable, and 1 dare say the member* will sit easy if they lake care to lean on the right side. And these are for the country representatives, ' the owners of acres and blood horses — but what have you to say for the commercial Interest f Where is the niche for ray friend Anthony, never let it be said he could not give a vote without consulting Cleopatba. Ah, well! nevermind—: so long as Lycuhous presides we shall at least have the satisfaction of knowing that all enact ments proceeding from the chamber are, patriotic, and passed in the true spirit of Spartan glory. Och! Och! cried t putting my hands to my cars as I w-ent to hear the Band of the 63rd Re giment of foot amusing the Cockneys of Hobart town on Wednesday, last on Cottage green, fib have some mercy on your lungs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

THE subscribers to the rVesleyanChapel are requested to attend a meeting at the Cornwall Hotel, on this day fortnight at 1 o'clock P. M. to take, into consideration the propriety of giving up their interest iu the Chapel to the Wes Feyau Society. WILLIAM BARNES. WM. KENW0UTHY. Launceston, Novr. 23rd, Ship Inn, near the Wharf, Lanneeston. PCAltOLAN begs respectfully to in ? form his Friends and the Public generally, that he has on Sale at the above-mentioned Inn, Genuine Wines, Spirits, and Cordials, of very su perior quality, at the. following reduced pi ices (for ready money only.) Per Gallon. Per Pin*. Brandy . . . 20s. 3s. Hollands Gin . 15s. 2s. West India Rum. Us. U. 8d. Wine .... 5s. Os. 9d. CORDIALS. Peppermint . . 14s. 2s. 6d. Cinnamon . . 14s. 2s. 6d. Cloves . . . 14s. 2st6d. ? ALSO ?:?????? '~:*'!:. ?-?? -'??' Dackett's Superior Colonial Gin 10s. per gal* Ion, Is. 6d. per pint. Launceston, November 21st, 1829. To be Sold by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launceston ...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

To the Editor of the Australian. Mr. Editob,— I am happy to announce, through your columns, that his Excellency the Governor, with a desire to supply the wants of the settler, as well as a wUW to put down that baneful sin, the monopoly in grain in this Colony, has most laudably and cousiderately, given directions, through the Magistrates, that all farmers, or care ful and iudustrious settlers, in want of wheat or maize, to teed themselves and the meu with un til harvest, or until such time afterwards aa may be convenient for refunding what they receive, may tie supplied from the Public Stores in each District with grain in such moderate quantities as may be necessary from time to tim«. These di rections require not eloquence or praise to recom mend them, they but speak for themselves. Your1*, Etc. A FARMER. Courts of Quarter Sessions are to be held at the following places and tiroes ; At Sydney.— On the third Tuesday in the res pective months ot January, April, July, and Oc tober. P...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 33,1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 33, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find bis road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the /Egis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Credit is nothingmore than a delay allow ed for payment, it supposes a double confi dence, confidence in the person who is in want of it, and confidence in his abilities to pay. Gain is the object of private credit, public credit has expense in view, credit furnishes the merchant with the means of acquiring riches, it furnishes nations with the means of ruining them — ' a state that borrows,' says the Abbe Raynal, ' alienates a portion of its revenue for a capital which it spends. It is then poorer after having borrowed than it was before that destructive maneuvre,' There were no national debts in ancient days, nations during a peace formed a stock which was their recourse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

HORSES FOR SALE. To be Sold by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launeeslon Hotel, on Tuesday the 8lh Jitc. nextt ri^HE following Horses, at 12 months cre JL tlit upon approved security. Lot 1. — A well bred bay Marc, 7 years old, goes well in saddle or harness. Lot 2 — A do. do. do. 5 years old. Lot 3. — A grey Gelding, an excellent roadster, and goes well in harness, by Bronte, out of Mare No. 2. Lot 4.— A black Gelding, a good roadster, ac customed to carry a lady. Lots 5 and 6.— Two bay Colts, rising 3 years old, out of the above Mares. Lot 7 — A very fine grey Colt, rising 4 years. Lot 8. — A bay Colt by Marmion, out of the Mare No. 2. Lot 9,— A bay Colt by Peter Finn, out of the Ware No. 1. Lot 10.— A bay Filly by Peter Finn, out of Marc No. 1. The above Horses miy be seen at any time pre vious to the Sale on application to Mr. White. November 3rd, 1829. ENTIRE HORSES. THE Services of the under named Horses may be obtained during the season, at the Van Dicmcr?* Land Establ...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 November 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. Certificates of Freedom :— Elizabeth Berry, Thomas Willelts, Charles Willetts, Mary Jones, Henry Marshall. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to dispense with the services of Mr. Henry Hinks man, as Police Officer at Launceston. Notices ol the general objects of four proposed Acts :— 'An Act to institute Courts of Requests.' 11 An Act to institute Courts General; and Quar irr scbbiuiis, uuu ui okiiu me uutiivinjr uicicwi, and of Justices of the Peace in certain cases.' « An Act to make the Penitentiaries of Hobart town and Launcestou respectively Houses of Cor rection.' 'An Act to regulate the Slaughtering of Sheep and Cattle.' LAUNCESTON COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. TENDERS for the undermentiraed contracts to be entered into for twelve months, commen cing 25th December, 1829, and ending 84th De cember, 1830, must be transmitted to Depaty Assistant Commissary General Hull,, at Launces ton, on or before 12 o'clock of Saturday, the 5th December next. His...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS FORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

SHIP ^^^ NEWS. AnRIVED IN THIS PORT. Not. 27th — The cutter Fanny, Richard Fred crick Master, from Circular Head, with 260 bushels wheat ou account of the Van Diemen s Laud Company. SAILED FROM THIS TORTi Not. 28th.— The Colonial cutter Speculator, JL A. Morton Master, for Hobar* town, with 508 lmchels oats shiDDcd hv Mr. G. Parkinson, for J. T.Cellibrand, Esq. Passenger.— Mr. It. Graves. ARRIVED IN HO BART TOWN. On the 21st.— The transport ship Thames, Capt. Anderson, from London 31st July, with 156 male prisoners, 2 having died on the passage. The Guard consists of 27 non-commissioned offi cers and soldiers of the 63rd Beet.— with 5 wo men and 7 children,— commanded by Lieutenant Barrow. Passengers,— Mrs. Barrbw and Mr. Cal der, Assistant SurTeyor, Dr. Bell, R. N., Surgeon Superientendent. SAILED FROM UOBART TOWN. On the 23rd.— The Calista, Capt. Hawkins, for Sydney, with the remainder of her import car go, and 140 trusses hay, 40 bags potatoes, 1 puckage hams, and 1 case apparel....

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY I Certificatei of Freedom:— Matthew Webster William Wallen, Thomas Pearce,. John Hop j,1 Wood, Luke Higgins, James Mcholson, Thorn.. Wilbraham, John Lock, James Gorst. ' The Lieutenant Governor lias been pleasetH appoint W. B. Littleton, Esq. J. P. a Coroner fo? the Territory. . Ior

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1829. It is the 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 M-ho are interested in preventing the Jigis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. It if surprising to us, that while Popula tion, io *Ko £roe requisite of alt InfiTOKJOlo-1 nies so very little calculated to promote its increase should be done by the Authorities of Van Diemen's Land. A writer in a late Tasimanian, treating on this subject observes that: — -l The greatest obstacles to population in this Colony are the telebecy of the Crown Prisoners aud the improper distribution of the lands.' 1 We entirely agree with this writer, who, in a very feeling manner depicts the state of misery to which the above-named class of men are ofleu most unjustly, most tyranni cally, and needlessly reduced. To persons in this state matrimony is not an eligible ob jtct,...

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

T» the Editor of the Launcestqn Adveb.tu«. ? Sir, ? ' ? During a rambling ride a few morninei I since, I called at a small settler's about 10 muec I from home, where ' more play than work' seem I ed to indicate the habits of the occupants, if r H might be allowed to judge from the slight appear, fl ance of improvements. When about to leave, tnT fi, eye was suddenly arrested by (he symptoms of B good eating, practised here. Upon a gallon Hi- were suspended the hind quarters of abheen. B*' and at a short distance the still smoaking carcase K of another, sam head, skin, and entrails. UnOg B enquiring how many the establishment consisted B!!- of my informant replied—' when toaster be at Br home there be three of us.'— I then hinted at the B- idea of his master supplying his neighbours with Bt mutton, observing so much ready ; and was much, Br surprised at the following reply : '' O no ! ffe B ar'n't on rations like our neighbours, masters). B- lows us to kill sheep when we like.' Now, M...

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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, .LAUNCESTON. B Whore late was desert all, and green grass sod, ? A»u- stands the altar of the living God. I This church, or which the first stone was laid Ht-? Lieutenant Governor Arthur, December 28th, Hl824, and the ground consecrated at the same ?time by the Rev. Samuel Marsden, of Sydney, ?was opened by the Rev. John Youl in Deer. 1825, ?ors, Messrs. W. H. Evans and N. Gribble, who ?oftentimes supplied those materials which the ?Government had agreed to furnish. Melancholy ?to relate, neither of the Contractors nor the first ?Pastor lived to see it fully completed ; Mr. N. ?Gribble died first in April, 1827, in less than a ?month after died our worthy and pacific Pastor, ?the Rpv. John Youl after a few days illness, and ?in the latter end of 1828, just as the interior was ?completed, Mr. VV. U. Evans finished his earthly ?ennir, a man whom all classes esteemed, and ?whose ornamental and elegant workmanship in ?(hit. building stamps him as unrivalled in these ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

HORSES FOR SALE. To be Sold by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the LaunceUon Hotel, on Tuesday the 8th Dec. next, HPHE following Horses, at 12 months cre Lot 1. — A well bred bay Mare, 7 years old, goes welt in saddle or harness. Lot 2— A do. do. do. 5 years ojd. Lot 3.— A grey Gelding, an excellent roadster, and goes well iu harness, by Bronte, out of Mare No. 1. Lot 4.— A black Gelding, a good roadster, ac customed to carry a lady. Lots 5 and 6.— Two bay Colls, rising 3 years old, out of die above Mares. Lot 7 — A very fine grey Colt, rising 4 years. Lot 8.— A bay Colt by Marmion, out of the Mare No. 2. Lot 9.— A bay Colt by Peter Finn, oat of the Mare No. 1. Lot 10.— A bay Filly by Peter Finn, outof,Mare No. i. AT THE SAME TIME, THE following HORSES and CHAISE, at Six Months Credit upon approved Bills with two names, or 15 per cent, discount for Cash :— Lotl. — A chesnut Gelding, 4 years old, 15 hands high, very highly bred, with grand figure and action. Lot 2.— A black gelding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1829

MANCHESTER HOUSE,   (Per SPECULATOR.)   J. CAMERON has just opened:— ? Ladies', gentlemen's, and children's boots 1 and shoes in great variety , I A beautiful assortmeut of China crape shawls, I and dresses .... I China tea caddies and combs of all kinds I pomatum, lavender-water, hair-oil, andsUrch I powder I Black «nd white veils, lace, and edging I Black and colored GroB-de-Naples . I ladies's fashionable lace caps and mourning do. I Children's French, lace, nnd cambric do. I Bonnet and cap flowers of the best quality I Leghorn bonnets and children's flats I A capital assortment «f baby-linen, prints, ca« I lico, and counterpanpg, also — blue, black, green, claret, and brown superfine cloths, which will be sold very low Men's and boy's clethiug of every description. WINES of the following descriptions, to be told under the usual prices, warranted to be of the best quality:— Faro, Joiien, Chateu a Neusg, LaFitte, Old ! Port, Muscadine, and Sauterne. (£S' ...

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

SHIP Mm NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS FORT. Dec. 3rd.— The schooner /fcr'y, from Sydney, »itb a cargo of merchandize. Passengers— Mr. «nd Mrs. Cobb. Dec. 4th.— The schooner Trinee Regent, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers— Mr. Samuel Levestion, and Thomas Wilkinson. . ' ARRIVED IN UDBART TOWN. On Wednesday last.— The schooner Harlequin, Cajrt. Scott, from Sydney, with a general cargo, consigned to various individuals. Passengers.— Messrs. Black, Smith, Snelgrove, Wallace, Grim shew, Marihall, Crosbie, and Simpson. Same Day.— The barque Nattrino, on her nay to Calcutta. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. On Thortdaj last— The brig Kmtthytt, Captain Coulthard, for Liverpool and Glasgow, with a cargoof hideB, blue gum, cedar, &c. Passengers— Mr7 Alexander, Surgeon, and Mr. Thomas Walk inshaw. 4 ? : ? __

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

r^6jSoN:M^ai^a &am&. * '.'-1 ' ? ? BctTfam '»i*8r«l Jones, JsaTt^ .b»OTle ?uted jwr* flock— they will fie sola al n liberal ?edit, and wfieat and ether colonial produce be ?wived Ip BBvment. They Bay be seen in the Kddock *rifie Undersigned in WjllianWtreet, ? whom application Is to be made. ?LaiiDcettoH, 4. H. HE1BEY. ? Deer. 5th, 1829. B»LL Persons indebted to the Estate of HV the late Alexander Kenn, Esq.,are requeued H pay the ateoont of their respective debts to Messrs. Barnes & Gleadow, on or before the 1 5th Hstant, jithenrise legal measures will be taken ?r recovering the same. ? Launceston, Deer. 5th, 1820. I IMPOUNDED. ' B\ T Norfolk Pliins, 1 black BuUock, ?1 Jf ou near thigh, 1 black Heifer, brand I S ?i off hip. belonging te Mr. Jobn Smith, of the ?ticked Bar. 6 ? If not taken away and expenses paid within 14 Kys from tht date hereof, they will be sold at the Bound to defray the same. ? WILLIAM SAITMARSK, ? ' Pound-keeppr. ?orfo)k Plains, ^ Kpiem...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1830. It is the pablic duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; bnt 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 Agis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. The public attention has been so very fer vently and frequently called to the evil of imprisoning debtors, by a certain weekly paper, that we are tempted to take op the subject on a broader, and as we trust, a wore patriotic principle. We beg leave to suggest the following plan to Lieutenant Governor Arthur and the Legislative Council : — That two or more Commissioners be ap pointed, to whom all applications for writs should be made, which said Commissioners should be stationed at the various towns, that they should be empowered to question .upon, oath the defendant, as to his capabili ty of paying that and all other outstanding debts, with full power on the defendant, de cl...

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