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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 August 1828

TO BE SOLD, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. LEWIS, THIS DAY ' the 16th August, at his Horse and Cattle-yard, Argyle-street, ONE of the most valuable and elegant Stud of Horses ever publicly disposed of in the Co- lony, consisting of 1 Bay Mare, with Filly Foal and stinted to Bolivar. 1 Do. Cott Foal, . Do. 1 Beautiful grey Filly, 2 years old, of the most perfect form and Symmetry ^ 1 Bay Pony, 5 years old, 1 Bay Colt, 2 years old. 1 Do. Do. do. 1 Black Do. do. ALSO, Forty Milch Cows, selected purposely for the oc- casion, and whicli would be au acquisition to any Stockholder or Private Family. Approved Bills at three months will be taken in payment, to Purchasers to the amount of L.20 aud upwitids. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ABOVE, At his Sale Rooms, A large and extensive collection of Books, com- prising among others, Nicholson's British Encyclopaedia, in 5 volumes, with Plates. Ency cfopodia Perthensis, in 8 volumes, with Plates. % Campbell's Lives of the British Admirals, forming cmiptete N...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 August 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 161. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 13,1828 THE undermentioned Cattle and Sheep, removed from Western Port will be sold by Public Auction, at Perth-, on Tuesday the Olh September next :- » 2 working Oxen, 5 Gows, 2 Barns, 2» Wethers, 29 Ewes', 9 Lambs. Terms, prompt payment. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 169. ' Colonial Secretary's Ofllee, August 13,182*. THE Lieutenant Governor lins been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences: TICKETS OF LrAYE. - In Launceston Dist rift : To George Mee, 491, Chapman, In Richmond District, ? To John Clarke, 221. Dromedary, Thomas Mitchell, 327, Lord Hungerford, In Oatlands Distiict, To George Campbell, 559, Commodore Hayes. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No 168". Colonial Secretary's Office, Angiist 13, 1828. THE Period for which the undermentioned Per- son* were transported bivina: expired. Certifi- cates luve been granted ...

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WHICH IS BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

ÍVHICH IS BEST.' I. Mrs. Fugglcston's drawinc.room M. « court, Drury-lane. A green baize cloth 'wa.,e,t over a round table, of which the moietie» j?frea,i exactly unite; there was hangi"E in "fim. »«* windows a>oke.dried Canary bird in »din» ¿J1" a print of Mr. Kean in a tarnished frame waa»? ^ over the fireplace, opposite to which "stood «d piano forte, covered like the1 table witli»'r-i.nt.?ma" against the wall over the instrument WATT called a mirror, a little convex niece «f "i . u gilt frame balled all round, (threeUs ££" ». two branches for candles, one broken off Ti, i . were old and large, with spreading backs ai H i hair bottoms-a once fine work table, with a al"l'î*" silk work bag very much stained, the ton ot»?l I the lock broken off, graced what appearedM ü* side of the apartment honoured by the ladv's fa and a short horse hair sofa with an upright: Wt 'j' two polished pillais seemed to be the seat "" ¿u"? she loved to sit: there was, moreover, a lhr«rfi . rug before ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

TO BE SOLD, A black GELDING, rising 5 yean old, the pro perty of au Officer about to embark for India. To be seen at the Barracka. SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. J, C. UNDERWOOD, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Monday next the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock, A case of Braganza-shawlt and tippets, 1 case containing 57 ladies' straw hats and bonnets, 2 cases beaver bonnet«, 100 pieces of print, calicoes, cambrics, Lenocs, muslin dresses, gentlemen's dress and frock coals, cassimere and nankeen trowsers, waistcoatings, raisin«, earthenware, consisting of ».up, dinner and dessert plates, basons, cups and saucers, quart and pint decanters, wine glasses, tumblers, 50 dozen knives and forks, sheet iron,v »nd a variety of meroka-"- '. «.*';.'» consignments' - . . .. otx ». , NOTICE. , , A LL perlons are hereby cautioned ftgàlnit trct Xi. passing upon the Tunbridge Township, situ nted on the Blackman River, bounded on the north by the above river, on the west by the Grants of Stanfield and Lack...

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[?]ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

ST. the Schoo- 5o bushels k, a number Im Sydney although I ants at 20s. I think Will This morning of Fahrenheit. There was ice upon the lagoon three-fourths of an inch thick. The Aurora Australis has been beauti- fully brilliant on several evenings lately, generally after the wind has been from the south-west. The variation of the compass has been extremely un- steady, occasionally reaching 7 degrees east, and then considerably retrogading. The frosts have been so     severe, and the land has been thereby so mellowed, that agricultural pursuits cannot but be next season most prosperous.   SIR,. .Among the various well marked classes of character which bustle through this busy scene, there ii one, the members of which are distinguished by affecting singularity, ¡n order to procure the reputa- tion of talent and originality. They are ever on the gallop after new thoughts and sparkling paradoxes. They take great delight in the refutation of those ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

SAtÉS BY AUCTION, By Mr. J. T. Couicorr, At the Cross Marsh Market, on Thursday the 25th September next, A BOUT Ninety Head of Horned CATTLE, XjL of the most improved English breed in the island, consisting chiefly of docile milch Cons, roany of which would fetch in England from 157. to SOI. each. They will be put up in small lots to suit purchasers. . At the same time and place, NINETEEN-Head of Horned CATTLE, of an improved breed. ^ They will be sold in one lot, if not previously disposed of by private contract. < At the same time and place, FIFTEEN Hundred Sheep, of the most im- proved wool-breed in the Colony, consisting of Ewes, Wethers and Lambs. They will be put up in small lots to suit pur Three Months credit on approved Bills with two names to purchasers above 301. EXTENSIVE SALE Of thorough bred MARES, HORSES, a Devon BULL, pure Saxon, Merino, and Leicester impprted SHEEP, working BULLOCKS, COWS, HEIFERS &c. Sec. the property of Francis Bryant, Esq. pro-...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23,1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

THE     HOBART-TOWN COURIER, 8ATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1828. -----------   TRADE AND SHIPPING.' -----------     On Sunday arrived the brig Hawies, Captain J. James, from Sydney, the 5th instant, with 50 tons of coals. Brings no news and no passengers. The Wanstead had sailed previous to her departure with the mail, &c. and is now at Swan port loading with oil and bark, from Mr. Meredith, at which place she arrived on Tuesday the 12th inst. On Monday the Sydney Packet, Captain D. Tay- lor, from the Cape of Good Hop«, Sthjof May, after a very boisterous passage, having touched at Algoa, Bay, which she left on the '6th of June, and Ki«" George's Sound on the 6th instant, brings 7 pipes, ?- lilids. ana* 37 quartor casks Cape wine, 2Ï4 casks h (ter, C2 ditto beef,s 217 ' cheese», and some hard- ware and piece goods, and 385 rolls pi tobacco. No passengers. On Wednesday the brig Mary, 240 tons, Captain J Turoan, from Leit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 August 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . No. 170. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 20, 1828 The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to   appoint-     Mr. William Saltmarsh to be Poundkeeper for the     eastern Bank of the South Esk River, compre hending the Eastern Division of the District of Norfolk Plains. By Command of His Excellency. J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 171 Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 20,1828 The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Territory :. Mr. James Hortle to be a Chief District Constable, Vice Mr. Horace Rowcroft, resigned   Mr William Saltmarsh to be a Special Constable, Richard Johnson Burbidge, 844, Medina, and William Jones, 321, Andromeda, to be Petty Constables, vice Maycook and Buck, dismissed. By Command of His Excellency,           J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOT...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 August 1828

TO CollllESPONDIiNTS. Mr. Reeves's Letter to the Editor of The Tasmanian is unavoidably postponed. Squareloes and Trismegutus in our next.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 August 1828

                                                                                                                          CASCADE TANNERY. THE undersigned flatters himself he has been enabled to bring to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 August 1828

182e. ised to H. |öe Ma- lis Ma. Iveí the |of Mr. ; doe to »mce'jto Sn which' Jring the F, and, to _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ integrity, ^iS^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^RIi which'he lias eoit9H^0Ha_B^HHHHPni department, of which be has had the direction fo'r many years. 'Since His Majesty was pleased to confer on Mr. Humphrey the honourable distinction of a seat in the Executive and Legislative Councils of the Colony, it bas been his duty to give an opinion on the most important transactions and measures of the Govern- ment, and Tbe Lieutenant Governor has a satisfac- tion of the highest degree in declaring that he has ever found in him« calm, intelligent, and disinterested adviser, evincing at all times great firmness in sup- porting the dignity of the Executive Government, united with a sincere desire to promote the real wcl« ' fare, and prosperity of Van Die-men's land. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.; GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 46. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 28, 1828. THE Lrentenan...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 August 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1828. -» » » , TRADE AND SHIPPING. The Woodford, 522 tons, Capt. Milbank, formerly of the Chapman, arrived on Monday.with 181 male prisoners, (l death) having left Portsmouth on the 2d of May. Surgeon and superintendent W. Petrie. The guard consists of a detachment of the 57th regt, and four of the 39th, under the command of Lieut Frazer of the 26th. The Arab, 290 tons, Capt. Ferier, sailed for Sydney on Wednesday, with part of her original cargo intended far that port, and 51 sacks of flour shipped by C. McLachlann, 51 sacks flour, 114 do. wheat, and 19 do. potatoes by J. T. Gellibrand, 54 sacks wheat, 61 do. potatoes by S. Godwin, 50 do: R. Cox, 9 bales wool, 5 bundles kangaroo skins by W. M. Orr. Passengers Mr. Gellibrand. Mr. God- win, and Mr. R. Cox, and the part of the original passengers from England destined for Sydney. The Bengal Merchant sails for Sydney to morrow,   and the William Milse for Calcutta. In the Harbo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 August 1828

CROWN LANDS, Survey Office, August 27, 1828.   NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders have been accepted from the undermentioned per- sons, for Renting under the terms of the Govern- ment Order of 27thFebnury last, the several quan- tities of Crown Land hereinafter described and spe- cified, opposite to the names respectively : It is therefore notified to those persons, that the necessary Bonds prescribed by the Older in question, may be forthwith entered into by them ; but they are in the meantime authorised to take possession of the Land, the rent for which will be made payable from the 1st day of September next. Forms of the necessary Bonds will be seen at the Offices of the respective Police Magistrates. DISTRICTS . 1. Gulat Swan Port.-Amos, Adam, 2000 Acre«, on thq north and west or his original Grant. ( 2., St. Patrick'Pi Atss.-All«light, Richard, f. 2000 Acres, 101)0 Acics.to, be taken on .each side of his Grant. I 3. Glenarchy.-Atkinson,Thomas, 50!) Acres, at the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

Commissariat Office, Hobart toten, Septembers, 1828. FRESH MEAT. REQUIRED Weekly during thf Quarler ending . 24th December, for the supply of His Ma- jesty's Stores, Hobart lown, From 3 to 4000 pounds FRESH MEAT. Tender» to furnish tho whole'or any part thereof will be received until 12 o'clock of Tuesday the 10th instant. A Moodie, A. C. G. Commissariat Ojfice, Launceston, September 1, 1828. PERSONS disposed to furnish His Majesty's Stores al Launceston and George town with the quantity of Fresh Meat'that may be required» for the Quarter ending 251 ti December next, (lo be delivered free of all oharged) are requested to deliver Tenders sealed and endorsed, addressed to Dep. Ast. Com. Gen. Hull, on or before the 13th instant. A. MOO DI IS, A.C.G. ALL persons indebted In the Estate of Mr Ed- ward Clementson are required to pay the amount of their respective Debts into the hands of Mr. H. Ross without delay : And those who may have claims on the said Estate are requested to fur- nish ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

The Lords ot the Treasury have» exeiripted the' members of the yeomanry corps lately disbanded from the duty on horses, for two years. » The remains of the Countess Nelson were interred on the 23d April, in the vault in St. Paul's cathedral, between Lord Nelson's tomb and Lord Colling- wood'». The whole amount of bills drawn in England, in the speculative year of 1815, was COO millions, which supposing one eighth to be in circulation would add 70 millions to the currenoy. The issue of the bank of England is about 20 millions. Cutt.-Iodine has lately been used both inter- nally and externally in oases of gout, svith much ¡mo- ceas, subduing the most violent symptoms. When is small beer not small beer? Ansr. When it is a little tart. Which is the chaapest way to pro- cure a fiddle? Buy a sbillingsworth of tincture of, rhubarb at an apothecary's, and ho will give you a phial in. FrtoGS.-The gardens, fields and ditches, and some of the ground floors »warm with the largest and noisest fr...

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[?] POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

POST Routed in my neigh« (temptation of the au fy muster of all the pri icts, at the Chief Consta Iteration only, that instead is to be a monthly muster, to represent, through your Trial, the view that myself and Say say all the settlers around take of this revival, which for the reasons I shall proceed to state to you, X consider fraught with much mischief without any counterbalancing good. Among the consequences of this measure to the sattler will be, the absence of all control for the whole day, over such of his men ns he shall send once a month to the muster, for I suppose we shall be al- lowed exemptions for our shepherd, our house-ser- vant, and stock-keeper; and it really will be a day's journey for roany to the constable'» and back, being m my individual case l8 miles : where it is less the evil «till however ba greater, for the day will still be consumed " in the muster*' nominally, butin reality in wandering in whatever direction they may think proper: the peace and good o...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 6, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

THE IJQBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. C, 1828. TRAUE AND SHIPPING. On Sunday the ship Pheonix arrived from Sydney, willi a detachment of the 57th regiment, under lila -command of Captain Donaldson, Lieut. Shadforth, and Ensign Lockyer, (brother of Capt. Lockyer of the 3rd). This vessel proceeds to India on the 23th, . with a detachment of the 4Dth, consisting of head quarter«, .See. under Colonel Kirkwood. 'J he Wanstead arrived on Wednesday,from Sydney 23th July, and Oyster bay l*t instant, where she took in a quantity of ntl and wool for England, from Mr. Meredith; brings nl«o about 80 tons of goods for this port. The Promise had also arrives at Oyster bay, from Sydney the ltsth August, and was taking in oil from Mr. May cock. The Wanstiad brings a large Mail from Sydney, by that vessel and llio Pi omise, as well as English letters hy the Hussorah Merchant and other late anivals at that port from Europe. Passengers, '20 in the steerage, 8 for Eng- land and 12 for s an Die...

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ADVERTISEMENT. To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

ADVERTISEMENT. To this Editor of/tHe Tasmanian, J Sin,. I as* very hsapy to find, that, as the Guardian of the Public morals, jon bave, at length become seri« ous, and-no longer vent io terms of satire, your ex-' pressümófiabnírfenoe,- on these miiehievtms asiera--. bües'íytks»»*- (*ida iTasmaatm,) m Balls after they j inaaoesstf s> Caveat ! Garden* Saloon," to which every roan of-MBintOn seale and eommon honesty; canst be diarMtrioally opposed." This eircwnstance, must ne* cesiarily: raise your invaluable. Paper,' in the estima« «Jon of« discerning public ; and -cannot fail toinsor« yon the'^well merited reward-due to such pare senti meats. 'Permit me, to assure yn/thaf £ perfectly coinojd« witaxfoa; that saoèi tosètrtlitf «¿of tbe aLte-^^CAí.-C-e^-J e--t^ ^£^> i high approval Of your principle» and writing»;-prin- ciples of such unsullied purity, and writings of'Such uncommon power, which do credit alike to your,he»d and heart. As you «re honest, I ám quite sure yon arc just...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

' ,' Tp BE I4BT, npHAT well-known PUBLÏC-HOUSE, called Ml "tie BiM-i^hani, situate in Argyle-streei. Possession tnlf1 be hid on tbe 39th «lay of Septem- ber next,' Apr/lleaÜtin' robemaÜ« té Mr« 'John Kerr, Macqusiie-strtétY ' ~ ...ri '.1 , « 11., M4$$p,ARIE MOTEL. THE undersigned having laid in a good assort- ment of all descriptions of WINES and SPIRITS at 'reduced Prices, and made such ar- rangements as to insure »constant supply from the London and Leith matkets, willi the view of esta- blishing o» a pcrmanont footing a Wine and Spirit Marti, beg« to offer for public approbation, the following at the nnriexed prices : Best Cognac Brandy from l8», to 20s. pergal. Ditto ditto, per piece 6«. Gd. Ditto Hollands Ditto Ditto in cases containing 15 half-gol. hot. 120s. Ditto Jalnaica Rum, from 12s Gd to tis.per gal. Dlttb Ditto in pipes,4s. 9d. 6 per cent. O. P. Ditto Port, old, 55s. to 60«. Ditto Sherry, 55s. Ditto Satitern, in doz. cases, 55«. Ditto French Claret, St. Estaphc, 60s. in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 September 1828

. i t t r . , JUST landed from the schooner Sydney Packet and on sale at the Store« of the undersigned. Platcd candlesticks with silver edges, ditto with branches, buttle stands, silver handle» and feet, cruet frames, cot glasses ; liquor frames, ditto ; soup la - die;* tea and table spoons, plated on steel ; dish envers, jelly moulds, soup tureens and shades, Sand- wich waiters and trays, tea caddies, bread baskets, buulfer trays, spectacles, tea end coffee urns, brass fenders, gilt battons, razors, tea and colfee pots, milk jugs, sugar basons, augers, wheelwrights'axes and adzes, sledge hammers, hatchets, colfee and pep . per mills, brass candlesticks, pruning knives, German arid catt steel hand saws, patent deck lights, blue painted dinner services, gentlemen's shoes, ladies' and children s do. dimity, fustians, corduroys, threads, shirt moulds', white cotton shirts and duck trowsers. WILLIAM M. ORR. FOR SALE,. FOUR stall fed Beasts, being equal to any in the Colony, if not'- sup...

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