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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 297. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 297. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. The Lieutenanl-Governor has been pleased to direct the publication, in accordance with the Royal Charter, of the following Return of the Half-yearly Average of the Weekly Liabilities and Assets of the Bank of Australasia, from the 13th April to the 12th October, 1840 :- LIABILITIES. £ s. d. Notes circulation not bearing interest ... 15,271 16 11 Bills in circulation not bearing interest ... 5,550 9 4 Cash deposited bearing interest ... 100,123 10 1 Total Liabilities within the Colony ... £120,945 16 4 ASSETS. £ s. d. Gold, silver, and other metals ... 33,285 4 3 Landed property ... 2,048 2 4 Debts due to the Bank, including notes, bills, &c. ... 306,119 10 2 Total Assets within the Colony ... £341,452 16 9 By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.
AUDIT OFFICE. 25th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
AUDIT OFFICE. 25th November. 1840. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the 18th of the current month and this date : R. Household, burial fees; Schoolmasters, allowances for extra children; John Kirk, cartage;.John Matheson, ditto; John Regan, lime hair ; Samuel Hall, lime ; W. Bastian, hay ; W. Goulstone, forage ; Thomas Salmon, ditto ; j. Cahill, ditto; John Sharpe, farriery; It. Marlow, fuel; W. Rout, ironmongery; M. Kirkup, furniture; D. Moses, clothing; Kirk and Fisher, building: V. Midwood, engrossing; J.B. &nbsp; Kingsby, repayment G. T. W. Boyes, Auditor.
THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
THE CABINET. O luxury I Bane of elated life, of affluent states, What dreary change, what ruin is not thine? How doth thy bowl intoxicate the mind I To the soft entrance of thy rosy cave How dost thou lure the fortunate and great I Dreadful attraction I while behind thee gapes Th' unfathomable gulf where Asshur lies O'erwhclined, forgotten, and'high-boasting Cham, And Elam's ha-*-*- "' * " And the great &lt; And Elam's haughty pomp, and beauteous Greece, peat queen of earth, imperial Rome. Dría. Let every mother consider herself as an instrument in $* hand of Providence,-let her reflect on the immense importance _ the proper education of one single family may eventually prove T~ and that, while the fruit of her labours may descend to genera- tions yet unborn, she will herself reap a glorious reward;-let her behold our children rich in intellectual and moral worth, their desires regulated by virtue and religion, their passions under the control of reason, and their hearts in ...
SURVEY OFFICE. 25th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
SURVEY OFFICE. 25Í& Norember, 1840. It is hereby notified that on Monday, the 23th day of December next, the following Lots of Crown Land will be offered for Lease by Auction, for the term of Nine Months from the 1st of January next, subject however to all risk arising from inaccuracy of description (these lands lyiug mostly in remote situations.) County of Buckingham, Huon River, Lot 1,800a. (or thereabouts.) The islands situate in the Huon River, and commonly known as the Egg Islands. This lot to be leased for the terra of five years ; the tenant to quit the same at any time on receiving six mouths' notice of the islands being required for public purposes. Parish of Wellington, lot 6, 500a. ; lot 10, 500a. ; lot li, 200a. (comprising Altamont township.) County of Kent. D'Entreeaateanx Channel, lot 1, com- prising four islands, situate in the Great Lagoon, lying between South Port and Recherche Bay, County of ¡Monmouth, Newick Parish, Lot 2, 1200a. York Parish, lot 3, 1100a...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 27th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 27th November, 1840. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination, by the Commission- ers appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 27th day of January next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Susan Weavers. 1 acre 32 perches, Launceston, origi- nally ordered to the applicant; claim dated 26lh Septem- ber, 1840. William Saltmarsh, 520 acres, Westmoreland, originally ordered to the applicant; claim dated 4th June, 1840. William Saltmarsh, 480 acres, Westmoreland, origi- nally ordered to the applicant ; claim dated 4th June, 1840. John McConnell, 13 3/4 perches. Hobart Town, originally Isaac Margetts, who sold to Charles Connelly, who sold to George Hopwood, who devised to Matthew Hopwood, who sold to Alexander Clarke, who sold to the applicant; claim dated 20th September, 1840. James Jones, 540 acres, Glamorgan, originally Robert Travers, who sold to the applicant; cl...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 298. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 298. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has directed &nbsp; &nbsp; that the following objects of a proposed Act, about to be laid before the Legislative Council, intituled "An Act to amend an Act lately passed for the making, altering, &nbsp; improving, and defining the Main and other Roads of this Island," be published for general information. Preamble recites that the Act passed the fifth day of this present month, intituled "An Act for the making, &nbsp; altering, improving, and defining the Main and other Roads of this Island," contains certain provisions which are repugnant to the law of England, and also omissions of a clerical nature which require immediate amendment, and that for this purpose it is desirable to repeal certain sections of the said Act. First clause enacts that, from and after the passing of this Act, the first, second, third, fourth, and fourteenth sec...
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, November 19. Three fines for drunkenness this day ; each fined .5s. David Denny appeared to answer a charge preferred against him for deserting his child. Mr. Denny proved that he paid a weekly stipend for its support. Case dis- missed. Friday, November 20. Three fines for drunkenness this morning. William Bennett, assigned to Mr. Hobbs, charged by D. C. Poultney with being out after hours and representing himself to be free ; to receive 36 lashes. Joseph Beaumount, assigned to Mr. Wilson, charged with absconding-Port Arthur for two years. Saturday, November 21. One fine only for drunkenness this day. Mr. Robert Jacomb appeared to claim two casks of wine which he was removing contrary to the Act. Wine condemned and to be disposed of according to law. Thomas Clark, assigned to D. Lord, Esq., to receive 36 lashes, for having twelve eggs in his possession for which he could not satisfactorily account.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 26th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 26th NoilPtnhrr. lftM Notice is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this Office until twelve o'clock on Tuesday, the 8th December next for advertising Claims to Grants of Land in Three successive numbers of one Newspaper published in Hobart Town, and in Three successive numbers of one Newspaper published in Laun- ceston, as required by the second section of the Act of Council 3rd Victoria, No. 6. The Claims to be advertised will be published in the Hobart Town Gazette, and must be copied from it. Two copies of each Newspaper in which the Claims may be advertised must be furnished to the Commissioners, for the purpose of being filed in their office. Ibe Contract will be understood to continue for one year from the 1st January next; that is to say, to include all Claims which may appear in the Hobart Town Gazette durine the year 1841. B The Tenders will be required to specify the lowest rate at which each Claim will be advertised, and are to be ...
THE SONG OF THE FIRE-KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
THE SONG OF THE FIRE-KING. Spirits of fire 1 spirits of fire 1 , _ " . Kindle your torches, and up with me j Earth to-night shall yield the pyre That lightens our red-red revelry. Water shall hiss in our hot embrace I Stone shall snap with each burning kiss I The morrow shall wonder much to trace So wild a scene of ruin as this. Now to the banquet I wine ne'er shone Bright as the fiery draught we drain ; Gilded wood and chisel'd stone Are the viands that feast our flame-born train. Cracklo the wood 1 shiver the block I Moulder the silken work of the loom I Water ! water 1 thy power we mock, Swallow it up in the general doom I Flutter your wings, and send up on high Sparkles of laughter 1 again 1 again ! Dim with their light the stars in the sky, Cast them to earth like Gomorrah's rain 1 The red blood of mortals dyes the stream, That flows where the battle is fierce and strong; Tinge, then, each white cloud above with their gleam ; To herald our conquest whilst floating along. Spirit...
INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER. Before Mr. Commissioner Anstey. In re Burke, exparte Clap. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER. Before Mr. Commissioner Anstey. In re Burke, exparle Clap. Mr. Anstey-Are you prepared with the return the Court ordered you to obtain last Wednesday ? Mr. Clap Yes, Sir. Mr. Crombie will then proceed with your examination. Have you compared the written returu carefully 1-Yes. What have you done with it ?-I gave it to the assignees, after it was completed at Mr. Dyne's office. Are your papers connected with the overseership at Mr. Dvne's ?-Yes. I took the papers first to Mr. Cartwright^ office, and he told me to take them to Mr. Dyne ; I made the returns out at my own house. Mr. Anstey-Your application was amongst the other claims on Wednesday last, und I then pointedly stated to you, that if your accounts were incorrect in their returns I should strike out your claims ; I faithfully warned you of this, and if Mr. Crombie thinks the accounts are shuf- fled, you may expect the consequences. Examined by Mr. Crombie-I state that out of 3359 sh...
GAZETTE. SUSPENSION OF ROAD ACT. By His Excellency Sir Jolin Franklin, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in Her Majesty's Royal Navy, Lieutenant-Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, &c. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
GAZETTE. SUSPENSION OF ROAD ACT. ?By Hie Excellency Sir Jolin Franklin, Knight Commander of the Royal Jtanovetian Gmdphic Order, Knight of the 'Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in Her Majesty'» Royal Nuey, Lieutenant' Governor of the Island of Van Diemen'* Land and its Dependencies, g*c. A PROCLAMATION. . WHEREAS An Act of Council, passed on the fifth day of "this present November, intituled "An Act for the making, altering, improving, and defining the Main and other Roads of .this Island," was by mc, in accordance with the provisions of the 9th'Of George the Fourth, chapter 83, transmitted to the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land to be there enrolled and 'recorded : And whereas Algernon Montagu, Esquire, Puisne Judge of the said Supreme Court, hath yesterday even- ing transmitted to me, the Lieutenant-Governor aforesaid, a 'representation that the said Act, intituled "An Act for the making, altering, Improving, and defining the Main and other Roads of this Island," is re...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 299. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 299. Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th November, 1840. His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has directed &nbsp; that the following objects of a proposed Act, about to be laid before the Legislative Council, intituled "An Act to &nbsp; render valid the Jury List for the District of Launceston," be published for general information. Preamble recites that doubts have arisen as to the vali- dity of the List purporting to be the Jury List for the Dis- trict of Launceston for the next year, by reason of that List having been made out in alphabetical order, instead of in the form prescribed by an Act lately passed, intituled "An Act to amend an Act passed in the fifth year of His &nbsp; late Majesty, intituled An Act for the Extension of Trial by Jury, and to regulate the Constitution of Juries," and that it is highly expedient for the administration of Jus- tice that such doubts should be removed; enacts that the &nbsp; said List, a...
OPIUM—OPIUM-EATERS—THE OPIUM-TRADE WITH CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 December 1840
OPIUM-OPIUM-EATERS-THE OPIUM-TRADE WITH CHINA. Besides the various inebriating liquids obtained by fermentation, and whose properties depend chiefly on the spirit of wine which they contain, there is a second class of stimulants whose narcotic properties do not depend upon any conversion of saccharine into spirituous matters. Opium stands at the head of this class of inebriating drugs. The use of opium is nearly universal from Turkey to China, and the enor- mous quantity consumed in the latter country is an evidence that the taste for this narcotic does not depend on the prohibition of wine to the followers of Maho- med. Even in Mussulman countries the interdict of the Prophet is little regarded by those who can obtain a supply of wino or brandy, and all classes, from the Sultan to the rayah, appear to relish fermented liquors. The use of opium, however, appears to be more in accordance with the habits of tho Orientals, little given to social pleasures, and choosing rather to he ine...