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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. I Gerttjicaiet of Freedom :— Joseph Whitlow, El* ? azar Holt, James Greenwood, Henry Harri%l Alexander Briggs, John Brown, Jeremiah Hinds, ? Sarah Wilson. ' ? Tickelt ef Leave:— John Johnstone, Jas. Mar- ? phy, James Webster, Jatnee Bichardtoh, Richard ? Moyse, William Drage, Joseph R*e, Juo. JoneS. ? We promised our readers that we would gin I some particulars of the trials for pecuniary Gael, 1 of Messrs. Field, Me Kinnon, and Warman. Mr. I William Field was indicted by the information of I Mr. P.W. Welsh, of Both well notoriety, (a place I famous for impounding poor people's cattle and I sheep) for keeping a tap detached from the home 1 in which he dwells. Field affirmed that the tap 1 was the only licensed part of his premises, and a I dispute arising as to the localities, the Police 1 Magistrate went down and inspected the house. I The evidence of selling was fixed by Mr. John I Dell, (who hesitated in bis ? evidence, and vai I severely reprimanded...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21,1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 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 who are interested in preventing the JBgisof truth from confronting and dissipating their power. . The most useless, oppressive, and utterly vexatious A.ct that ever passed in any coun try, always fouud supporters. The present ' Grog Act' is at once almost useless, and some of its Sections are not only vexatious, but they open a very wide door to oppress, if not to rob the Publican, Section XVII. has been lately made a ve hicle to take from the pocket of an exPub lican the sum of £50, and for what? Not for injuring the revenue, no, not in tbe least ! It must be then for some immorality, or breach of the regulations, which in some manner injures the Government or the Com munity? No, not in the least ! We think we hear our readers say— oh, the man is mad, he is only brin...

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NINA ST. MORIN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

NIK A ST. MORIS. (Concluded from our latU) ' Soon after Simon St. Morin arose that morn' ing, he heard that bis daughter was missing. Her vacant chamber, and the knife yet wet with blood, found upon her bed, and known by every one to be the kuife of Bertrand, turned many suspicions against the wretched man. The olli cers of justice were bearing him awuy to prison, when Isidore, pale and huggered,his hands stain ed with blood, made his appearance. ' The prisoner raised his head when he heard Isi dore enquiring for Nina,, and then shouted, with a look ol savage exaltation, * There, there is the real murderer: If you would avenge the poor un done girl, — lose no time in securing him.' ' There was a little deliberation, and then the officers of justice sprang forward and arrested Isidore. The two comrades were borne away to gether to the same prison, to be tried for the murder of Nina St. Morin. *' The trial was nearly concluded— evidence had been brought forward so couclu.si re, on alm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

CORNWALL HOTEL. B oard and Lodging. WMACKIE begs to announce, that ? he has re-opened the above Hotel, and respectfully solicits the patronage of the 1'ublic Launceston, Dec. '21st, 1829. NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Meeting of his Majesty's Justices of the l't-ace for the Cornwall Division of the Island of Van Diemen's Land, will take place at the Court House, in Launceuon, at the hour of 10 in the morning of Tuesday, the 29th Deer, inst., for the purpose of tfiking into consideration the propriety of permitting William Kdso to keep the tap-room of the Plough Iiiii, situate in Brisbane Street, Launceston. R0BEUT WALES, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Deer. 21st, 1829. Most Advantageous Opportunity FOll THE INVESTMENT of CAPITAL. nnO BE LET OK LEASE, for such a -L Term of Years as may be agreed upon, those eligible, extensive, and well-known Pre mises, situate in Brisbane $trett, Launceston, known as the ?♦ GLOBE TAVEKN.' The Premises are of the most complete descrip tion, and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

TIE Proprietor of the Lavncestok Advertiser having been compelled to re move from the Cornwall Hotel, through the influ ence of Messrs. Gordon & Co., respectfully begi leave to inform his Friends and the Public, thai communications will still be received at that house and also at the house at the corner of Brisbane and Charles Streets, formerly occupied by Clay ton, where Blank Printed Forms of Applications for Assigned Servants, Bills of Lading, &c, will be always on sale at the usual prices ;_aud all Advertisements from Persons in that Neighbour hood will be received and carefully forwarded. Deer. 21st, 1829. THE Public are respectfully informed, that the Dwelling-house and Premises, sit uate at the corner of Brisbane and Charles streets, advertised to be Sold by Auction on Saturday the 26th inst., are disposed of by Private Contract. Deer. 21st, 1829. IMPOUNDED. A T Norfolk Plains, 1 red Bullock, white jt\. back and tail, T on near hip, J EC on near o shoulder, 1 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

TheVatriarch Mco*.— The celebrated Kirm I the Patriarch of Russia in 1652, was renmrkahft I for his beneficence. In time of scarcity, tue ZJ I flocked in crowds to partake of his bounty ? «i A I not a day passed in which he did not distribute I bread and money. He built four hospitals at \n I vogorod ; one for theiufirm; another forTWdows' I a third for orphans; and a fourth for those who I were without the means of subsistence. I Mozart.— Mozart walking in the suburbs of ? Vienna, was accosted by a mendicant of a ver» ? piepossesslug appearance and manner, who told I his tale of woe with such effect, as to interest M the musician strongly in his favour, but the stab! I of his purse not corresponding with the impni., I of his humanity, he desired the applicant to foi fl low him to a coUee-house. Here Mozart dra»iu I some paper from his pocket, in a few iniDuJ ? composed a minuet, which with a letter he gave tn I the distressed man, desiring him to take it to hit I publisher. A compo...

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THE LOST HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

THE LOST HEART. I Lost— stolen—or strayed [ With some pretty maid, [ A heart which is not used to straying ; I Deep, tender, true, I And faithful too ;— I Us love once captured ne'er decaying. I It last was seen I When Eveline ? Tripped by with dangerous beauty beaming, BB And much it signed, ? And fondly eyed BB Her dazzling smiles like sunbeams gleaming. ^B 'Tis thought it swallowed BB Love's bait and followed, BB Forsheso sweetly graceful looked, ^B The Prince of Evil,— BB The very Devil, BB With all his guile had then been hooked ! ?? If she trepanned it, — BB The bright young bandit! B I hereby giye her legal warning, ^B That sound and whole, BB As when 'twas stole, ^B She roust send it home by to-morrow morning. BB And should it whine BB (As I opine) Bfl To leave a dwelling so enchanting,— ?B Her own must come BB To bless the home BB Now left so lonely,-- pUiing,— panting ! ?V Or in default, BB I shall assault, BB That best and dearest heart e'er courted, ^B And seize it, tbo'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

CORNWALL HOTEL. Board and Lodging. WMACKIE begs to announce, that ? he has re-opened (he above Hotel, and respertlully solicits the patronage of the Public Launceston, Dec. 2 1st, 1829. STALLARD & COOMBS' Genuine Porter on Sale at the Ship Inn, at Is. per Quart. Deer. 21st, 1829. To our Launceston Subscribers. THOSE Persons residing at or near Launceston, who have so long stood indebt ed to the Publisher of the Colonial Times for newspapers, are now respectfully informed) that from and after the 1st of January next, he will be under the disagreeable necessity of disconti nuing to send any more papers to that Settlement, unless the payment for the same be made litou X.ARLY, every half year at lentt^ to Mr. Simeon Loid of Launceston, who has, at the solicitation of the Publisher, kindly undertaken the trouble of terming his subscriptions if they .be forwarded to him. It is therefore to be hoped tnat those persons -who already stand indebted for the Colonial Tjmes, will avail t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

ENTIRE HORSES. mHE Services of the under named Horses o/ «A» BonA* / gtMi.oR v D L EstabUshment, I Lake river, Aug. I, !*«»? . / Ntue months after date par Accepted {»'£ order the sun. o£ Payable atf - } pouuils, shiUinga the flank {vaiue rterived. ' ? To S of . «? .,„♦ of 5 o« Jnt., will be allowed for s«,-j« Si- . - rrA **, Bvery c*re w— - —- N ch«ree is maae tor but without .esponsibilitv. No charge ff trf5p!i^ SiS^Ki- wi' be contiutted ,ent to WATEH^o ai SiK Guineas, or to luffM* . K-%ruro^ paidUs, Jb.pi* when the Mares are ^««»«^homAS 00TT0K. August lst,18a9. ? _j ? BRO^«E. rf^HAT celebrated Hor^e BRONT^M

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY Notices of the general objects of two proposed ' New Acts :— ? I 'An Act for extending to this Colony an Act of Parliament passed in the tenth Year of his on. : sent Majesty, intituled an Act .fur the Relief of I His. Majesty'* Roman Catholic Sttbjecu* be nnh I Hslied Tor general Information.' ^ ™, ' This Act recites. That it is expedient, to o» ' vent doubt, to vkteud the said Act to this Colony i and tben derives and enacts, that the Act doth and shall extend- to this Island and its Depends- I cies. | ' An Act lor establishing Regulations to restrain I the increase of Dogs,' be pnblished for tentrtl I information. ? Persons willing to tender to build a Penult I Factory at Launceston» are to send in iheirtcnden I to C. 6. Moodie, on or before the 26th of Januarr, ? the plan and specification to be seen at the Com- I tnandant's Office. ? From the commencement of our career *m- I until now our earnest efforts have been directed I to escape, inimical colli...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

TO CORK Ebl'ON DENTS. ' Microscopos' is under consideration ; bnt bis real name must be furnished to the Publisher, or ' Fuels versus Fictions' cannot be inserted. 'llemarks on Town Allotment*' deserve our attention, and shall receive it. For ' Little Jack Horner' - We can't spare a corner.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

LAUNCESTOJV ADFERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 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 who are interested in preventing the Agisof truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Tat Editor of tnis humble bnt yet inde pendent and as it is hoped not useless pro duction, cannot terminate his first year's la bour.*, without preeum.Bg on his office to present bis readers with a few incidental observations, and without taking leave most respectfully to offer undissembled (hanks for the originally flattering and still encreasing patronage, with which the Public have been pleased to honor him. There are times for all things : a time to be silent and a time to be loquacious. Per haps the present is more suitable than any former or future season could be to the de relopement of some remarks which, whilst not altogether uncalled for by those who espoB9eour w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

[ TO BAKERS. TO BE LET, art erteileiit *1vo Bu»H*? OVEN, in a most excilU'ni situation for I shipping, including Bake-house, Shop, and Yard, at a very low rent. - # - ? N. B.—A good Baker wanted^ Apply to T. MONDS, John-street. Deer. 28th, 1839. Most Advantageous Opportunity I FOR THE INVESTMENT or CAPITAL. To'BJB LET ON LEASE, for such a Term of Wars as may be agreed upon, I those eligible, extensive, and well-known Pre I mises, sitoate in Bri*ban-- Street, Launcetton, known as the ''GLOBE TAVERN.' The Premise* are of th-- most complete desnrip. tion, and contain on the Ground Vioor a Coffee Roam) fitted up with B»xes, Sec. ; an excellent I Par/itur, with Sleeping R-em and Stme leading I therefrom; a convenient Bar, leading into a I roomy Tap, with Servants* Ro m, vrliirh are de I Uched from (he other part of the Building. The First Flear consists of a Dining Room 45 feet long, by 14 feet wide, two Sln-ping Rnomt, capable of containing two beds in each, and u Store Room which will ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1829

SHIP NEWS.   No Arrivals or Departures here this week. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On the 20th.—The schooner HETTY, from Laun-   ceston, in ballast. On the 23rd.—The brig Deveron, Captain Ni-   cols, from London the 16th, the Downs the 23rd July, and the Cape of Good Hope the 9th Novem- ber, with a cargo of merchandise to Messrs. Kemp & Co., Lester, Bell, Frankland, Turnley, Bilton, H. Bates, Hopkins, J. Lord, Branscombe, J. Walker, Thos. Webber, D. Punell, J. Harvey, the Australian Company, to order, and W. Wilson Agent for the vessel. Passengers,—Mr. and Mrs.     Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Miss Bates, Masters Bates, E. Bates, T. Bates, H. Bates, H. Solomon,   M. Solomon, Thos. Hood, J. Harvey, Mr. Castle, and E. Blanchard. On the 23rd.—The Government brig PRINCE   LEOPOLD, Capt. Kinghorne, from Birch's Bay, with 25,963 feet sawed timber, and 20,000 shingles. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. On t...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

SHIP^&&ft NEWS. WBSSEB ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. This moaning.— The schooner Spteulattr, from HobartTown. ARRIVED IK HOBART TOWN. On (he 27th ult.—Tne schooner Prince Regint, Capt. Young, from Launceston, with a. cargo of oats and barley to J. tc J. Solomon-) owners. Oil the 29th 0?t.— The fearqfle VartymHA, Capt Havnp. In wand- and wsfp.r. toll tier MBsatfe.4ia the Cape to England, from HadsonS %«v rod Cotnnrbin River 28th Aug%^ Wrt'freShrfd'mch Islands the 22nd October* wfaii a Valuable cargo *f beavers, furs, utid wtnet Norfti American pro* duce. On FM*j.-*-'Ii(Vmp'GmiMf»r*, Capt. Harrison^ from Sydney S2nd Dec. with a general cargo, consigned to Various Individuals, and numerous Passengers. SAILED FROM HOB ART TOWNl : On Wednesday.— The schooner jRtielutten^ Capt. Stuart, for Launcetton, with sundry goods. On Friday.— The Lady of the L*kt-, Capt. Pear, eon, for Swan River, wilti * valuable cargo. Passengers.— Messrs. E. Rand and C. Seal, J. Me Donald, M- Kennedy, end...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

THE Subscribers to the ??* Latwceston Assembly' (to take place on tb* 12th of I January next) are Informed that tickets of Ad [ mission are to be bad at the Assembly Rooms, I Cornwall Hotel. I J.WELSH, ? I 31st. Dec. 1829. Manager. CORNWALL. HOTEL. [ -Board and Lodging. WMACKIE begs to announce, that ? he has reopened the above Hotel, and I respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. Launoestoni Dec 21st, 1829. JAMES MORTON begs leave to inform the Public of Launceslon and Us vicinity, ; that he will Sink Wells, Drain Lands, arid Lay i out Gardens on the most reasonable terms. Apply to J. M., at Mr. Lidgerwood's, Paterson street. January 1st, 1830. STRAYED on Friday last, the 25th inst., upon the grounds of Mr. William Basham, of Western Lodge, West Banks of the Hiver Taroar, a black Bullock, 3 years old, brand A C near side romp, white streak down the baik. with while belly, and several white marks round each ear. If not claimed within SI days from the date hereof, the same ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

LAUNCESTON ADTERTISEB. Monday, January 4, i8«o- 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 who are interested in preVPntinjc the ,£gis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. We, last week, acknowledged the receipt of same remarks on Town Allotments, ad mitted as a truth that they deserved, and promised to afford them attention. Our pledge shall forthwith be redeemed, — not only for the purpose of shewing the candour with which it was advanced, bat also because the subject it referred to wag, and is, in our opinion, one of general and very deep im portance. That the principal Towns on this side of the Island are so large, eo populous, so cre ditable in almost every sense, when their infantile years are eonridered, is roninly, we thln.fr, attributable, to the facilities which were once given, to persona desirous of pos sessing allotments. Those f...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

tO CORRESPONDENTS* MClVIS'is received, and will appear in our next.

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BOXIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

B0X1ANA, Assuming as an indisputable truth, to which History adduces thecleaVett of testimony, that a' Nation's best bulwark is the courage ofitg Citi zens, we propose to consider the peculiarly Bri tish art of Pugilism, as a means by which such courage is excited and confirmed. We wish fairly to illustrate its beneficial influence^ without de nying, or even attempting to disguise, its abuses. And therefore wfe liope to disarm 4b inilio those puritanic prejudices which, seeing as it were with but one eye, are to frequently inclined to close it against the most powerful, if unwelcome, arguments- It will of course be conceded that, speaking generally, science is the offspring of necessity. And as what is toe application of reason with respect to man, is instinctive cunning in the Brute, creation, ft will also be confessed, because nbt admitting a doubt, that Providence assigned these attributes respectively, to equal* iie weakness with power, and protect toe other* wise defenceless fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

In consequence of the many and heavy expences attendant upon the setting up a Newspaper (particularly when un lawfully, as I have beent thrown out of | my licensed busmtss) I beg the pardon of all the Subscribers fot presenting them with their accounts so eatly in the Neit Year. My Nephew, who presents the Bills is authorised to sign Receipts. The Subscribers to ihe Taemaniah will receive their Bitts at the sometime* and an early attention vtitt be received vcith becoming thankfulness. JOHN FAfTKNER) Juhr.

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