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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Dec; 38tb.— William Stafford (Sheriff's Officer), being drunk and disorderly, fined three pounds. Dec. 30th.— Ann Hertie, drunk cud disorderly, fined five shillings. January 2nd, 1830.— George Glew, fighting a pitched battle on the 30th ult., to find Sureties to keep the peace for 13 months. ' Samuel Cox and Jofeph Thorn, for aiding and assisting in the said fight, to find Sureties for six months. [Mr. J. W. Dell charged these 3 persons for his fees, £3 18s.] Tin sill UrfUttfi'i.-rtifftirSni'M* ftrlnir at anil u-nnn-t. Sng a b'ulli the property oi Peter Lette, Esq., to fied Sureties for his appearance before the Su preme Couit; David Gillespio, harbouring Elizabeth: Davis, a runaway; fined 60 dollars; We have just heard, that Mr. Pairicius William Welsh— (oh how we delight in long, sonorous names, particularly, when nftble nominations borrow a splendor from noble or valiant deeds) the celebrated tnfarthbr, tin's lodged complaints against Messrs. Wm. Field and M....

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

IMPOUNDED. I AT the North E«h 1 W»ck Bollock, banded A W on theoff hip, 1 young steer, white speckled back «nd belly, black sides, no brand, about 2 years old. If not taken away and expences paid wittiin 21 days from this date, they will be sold by auction at the psuud. to defray the tame. *^ DAF1D WILLIAMS, Patmbn's Plains, Poundieeper, Deer. 21st, 1829. IMPOUNDED. AT Norfolk Plain*, a black Heifer, supposed to be the property of Mr. John Smith, of the Cecked Hat Hill. . . . , If not taken away and expences paid within 14 days from the date hereof, they will be sold at the Pound to defray the same. WILLIAM SALTMARSH, Pound-keeper. Norfolk Plains, December%8th, 1829. THE Undersigned hereby informs the Public, that a Grey Cow and Calf, came in to his fcerd about 3 weeks ago, and that the same will be sold in 21 days from this date, at Mr. A. He Donald** Pound, if not claimed within that time. DONALD CAMPBELL. New River, Dec. IStfa, 1829. IMPORTED by the schooner Hetty, from Sydney, a...

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

GOVERNMENT NGTICEi No. 369. Colonial Secretary's Office, December 30, 1829. . THE periods for vVhich tbfe iinrlermention ed persons were transported*having expired, certificate have been granted to them accord' ingly. Josiah ttihson, 356* Albion. William Rush, 658, do. Joseph Thorn, 181$ Lord Hungerford; John Williams, 403, PJitenix, (t) Edward Radge, 315, Ailns,(3) William Sherwood, 347, Guilfotd. William Lemon, 165, Lady Ridley; Mary Armstrong, 33, Mary. Jotepb Street, 374) Claudine; By Command of the Lieut Governor, J. Burnett. ' NOTICE. ''~ Barrack-tllaster's Office, December 36, 1839. u TENDERS *ill be rebflVed at tfab Bar rack-maeler's Office, Ho'barMown, up to tHe 1st. oF February, 1830, for the hire of the Can teen, in the Military Bun-arks, at Launceston, for one year, commenting the7ihof February. 1830, Subject to each rules and regulations, as from time to time may lie considered nwssarf . Cuar.es Au+riURj tianacfemsster. GOVERNMENT NOTICE; No. 1. Colonial Secretary's Ofl...

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

L.. *l. BASt™ nf this LiUNCtStON A D VERTt JER. ? Sin.— 1 bave heard it rumoured amongst the mrre&t men of tbis town, that the present Pbst ?laster, who certainly is but a youth. Is to be Succeeded by a child, a boy, who but the other Hay 1 remember to have seen at the deceased ?Collegia te. It is to be hoped that this information K false ; surely a plate of such great Importance Knd of such high trust, will not be put under the ^Eilly guidance of a pert; pompous child^ merely ?because he is related to some ».f our Van Dietnet/s Hand Nobility ! ! Some people nere owjeci to Htthers, because their Progenitors were Tailor*, br Hcobblerfi, or of other handicraft trades; but not so K]o I, I care not what may have been the occupa Kion of a man's fore-fathers, if he himself ts Bt King and competent to the office into which he is Hnstslled; but to take a boy from school* and ?place him in a situatioh of profit, and of high ?trust, would argue that we are deficient of per Kons capabl...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR DECEMBER,—1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1830

AGRlCtfLf UflAL REPORT FOR DECEMBER.— 1820. The very favorable rains which fell in the latter part of last thunth, and in the beginning of this, have secured to the Farmer almost a certainty of reaping a very good crop. We were surprised ourself Bi viewing the astonishing, effects of the happy, though late rains. Van Dieraen's Land hag been visited with but one really bad harvest) and one partially bad : and the worst year, viz.— 1817— proddr.ed more than enough for our inter* nal consumption, the other yenr was 1822 or 1BZ3 a partial blight. During the whole ottms month. Gooseberries and Raspberries hate been very plentiful ] the boat) Housewife is busy mak ing Gooseberry, Raspberry} and Currant Wines and Jams, and Jellies. Cut-rants have not been very plentiful this season. Cherries are rather' scarce) but they have beeri tu seaidn most of this month: as for Beans of all sorts, and Pease, the Town has been completely stocked with them.— New Potatoes though plentiful, have continue...

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SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

SCIENCE AND LiTERATCRfet The extreme importance of Natural History as a study for children, ''and men are children of a larger growth,' would alone conttUute u powerful excuse, for our submitting to the Pub lic such interesting fucts as the following — but when, moreover, it is duly considered, how com paratively- scarce, or exjensive, are Zoological Treatises in this vouug Colon*, as well, as now much oar Commercial eminence, will, in all pro bability, depend on our Whale «' Fishery ,' we noi only believe it is our duty to communicate each genuine particular we may ascertaiu respecting those monsters of the deep which sport so bene ficially around our Coast, but, we likewise fee I' that, in performing this duty we prepare a fund ot valuable recreation, for every intelligent or curious reader. Tiiere may indeed be peculiari ties in the Leviathan of these Seat not recognize in the account we are about to furnish «f the Greenland Whale. If there should be, we earn estly hope they may ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

{SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. fcy our old and respected Colonist, Mr. Churl' ton, who arrived in the Surreyy Vehuve received a file of tyrfniy Gazeltei, up to the 28tft 'ultimo'. from which we offer the following Extracts, as in our opinion possessed of inferrt't. Suottsa PAitetw.— We are «6rry to learn,, fey late tellers from London, that « new regulati on has been 'made, by which convict ships are ? m J_ -*..«_.__. rfn 4iu*«if tAta^fsl #rf% TdfrP luff thifftfr lilti SOI IM IULUIC *** ur«as»»*v¥«%« ?' *?*»? ? j «'j '''''I* ?*?'?' letters and newspapers-, and only % limited num ber of (he latter. A celebrated opium eater, of the name of &«ustaptra Shatjr, lately died tit SAytna from i the gradual effects of the opium which he had acquired the habit 'of wallowing eVery day. Whilst under the influence of the d rug, the expres* ion of his fare was particularly animated, and all tirs faculties seemed to be in a state of exaltation. ?Be was about 40 years of age when he died, but lie had...

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SUB-COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

Cub-Committees. I 1. A Committee of papers, consisting of m«, I Bryant, Gellibrand, sen. Hill, Hone, Mn? T,'| and Thomson. ' tt'i« 2. A Museum and Library Committep, cond.. I ing of Messrs, Crombie, Frankland, Hamilton jS I Russell. ' '? 3. A Gar&en Committee, consisting orCant.i I fioyd, Mr. GeHtbrand, jun. Dr. itoss, andCswSI Swanslon. vmM Copy of an Address, presented to UraExcelW.^B Colonel Arthur, on Friday, the 11th iost, atw'H o'clock, p.m. '«HH Sir,— The Members of the Van Diemen's Limi ^1 Society, founded on the Mlh September, 189-i H beg leave respectfully to request, ' T|,at yJ;^H Excellency will do them the honour «f becomi», M their Patron.' mH^m We intend to collect and publtsh information ^1 respecting the indigenous productions of the Tw H ritory* to register its riBe. progress, and statutL^H ral retations- to consider its soil and climate t-H deduce ttre culture best suited for its fields and H dardew, to study it* animal, vegetable, andsuW B ral riches, to ...

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PURE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

k-UR£ LOVE. VTHtLCDta Iby earthly charms I gaze- All' lovely asthou art, %'en like ? beam from brighter days, Thy smile steals o'er my heart : And yet that smile, I scarce know why, To sadd'niug thought gives birth }— Thou seem'ittoe beautiful to die, Yet, oh I too fair for earth. 'Tis not the roses of thy cheek That of departure tell, As early-blighted spring-flowers speak A sorrowful farewell': But still I've seen the fairest things All fleetly fade away, Like dreams that take the morning's wings, Or shadows at noonday. I would not ttiat tliou e'er could'st proVe To me but what thou art — A spell unbroke by earthly 1ovp- An idol of the heart; — A beauteous shrine to bend before, In silent thought at even; A form at distance to adore, Ajid but to love as Heaven. — ooo — I It certainly requires an efcperl Tailor to lit a big garment out of little cloth ; and jerhaps, a no less dexterous Journalist to famish news in tbe absence of novelty. Our Baders therefore, must be good enough th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

Subscribers to ttie ' Lavnceston Advertiser ? are respectfully informed, that the annual sob' ? criptlon will be £2 12s. Single Papers Is each. ? If paid quarterly in advance 10b per qmttet m Advertisements to Subscribers 8 lines and unoer m Ss6d. and 3d per line for all above 8 lines. | Non-subscribers 8 lines and under 5s.— ail above ? 8 Hoes 3d per line. AU Advertisements to be paW ? ©r before insertion. ' ? ? _._. ? , ? . ? I_ . '-' 'T-'AaarfMiM1 ^aaH.

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

To the Editor of the LaunccsTox AnVEnflfcRS. Sir,— I beg leave to send you the subjoined ex tract ficim a Scotch paper, which may suit the jiresent time, (when the Government are about to impose a Dog Tax) as it will shew the dangerous tendency of such a tax to persons afflicted with nervous complaints, if there are auv such in this Colony :— 1 am, Sir, your obedient servant, CIVtS. ' Caledonian Mercury, 22d January, 1 829.— George Struchiin,' a prisoner in Casile Uushen, ljl« of Ma«i| put an end to his existence by cut ting his throat. The unhappy man was confined for refusing to psiy his Dug-Tux. The deceased, h native of Scotland, went to the Island in June last, and was an eccentric character. He was once a Lieot. -Colonel in the E. 1. Company':* ser vice, from which, however, he was dismissed some years ago.' January I, 1829. Mr. Editor, I hear that two Petitions have been drawn ont, and submitted privately for (he signatures of the Inhabitants: the subject of the first being t...

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GRAND MILLING MATCH FOR 100 GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

EaVNi) MILLING MATCH FOR iOt) OCJlNKAS. the Anrtn.ursot Boxing mustered very noraer nu'sly « n We.lmsduy the 30iJ» wit., about 1*2 oiilet fro'n tutu, near the South E'k, to witness th* cctite^t bo long and anxio'isly expected, betwevk f!i.E» from. Port Ja'k-nii, a-id our local Champi »'«? WiLLnHs.i The public opinion w'a* much dirJ Bed, and betting we understand, was sb briar and C msiderahle, that at the tW of the battl* mere than twelie hundred pound!) Ktt-rliiig had hdppeJ, skipped atid jumped into other pockets than liad brevioiisly held them! U is impossll)!* fdrilS who were not present to particularize evert rotitid j but ire betieve. we may state as wiih'n b.iundsj that the' onset was decidedly iri favour of the stranger, who hnd the :-d -aiitage of'.supe rtor science, to tHat of his op| bo -nt, . and was longer reached into the bargajn. But a.'t'r th. 5(ft or 6th set^toO, wheri c'ompliuientary cards, iu SrfiOed wilb Claret-roloUred citaraclers. had bSen more tlittn once excl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

iFrtijfflt an* VMngt* Pirsl Skip to load in thu Tamdrfor London, via Hobart Town. ^ifiSpTHE fin«5- fast sailings First Class JESS* Ship C A LIST A, eoppeied and copper fastened, burthen 350 tons-.- Samuel Hawkins Commander, will arrive at this Port, on her re* turn fromSydney/fto which Port she immediately proceeds from Hobart toVvn to take in her dead Weight) in one month from this date., to load for London, via Hobart town. Shippers maj depend tipon thwr produce being: Conveyed to market in the bpst order, from the superiority of the vessel, and Laving no oil on board, and every despatch will be used. Captain Hawkins will make liberal advances in Cash, on the shipments per his vessel, and Wool or other produce will be stored free of expense *t the Stores of the Undersigned here, and KeMp & Co. at Hobart town. / The CALISTA has most superior aecomiBodaU ons for passengers, and tarries an experiencyd Surgeon, and upon satisfactory security being given by Shippers taking thei...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

VoLlCb INTBLMGBNCfi. Wary trtiop, free woman, residing ift launces ton, war secured before the Police Magistrate of a rriuie 6'f too revo'ltilig » nature to' be described in our Coli)tflns; Iter |-/bsen-lbr, Cuthejide Vt'oodj rfiia stifciinveMigaifon. havini; failed Altogether in |-ro*iiifl the rharee,- .4* as brought up on Satur. da/- BWd tHt-reU trpnmittuirti in presence of a lar£e -«ncdiirt!» if p/tkoiis for her liase coudiii t. The Police M«^(Mrflte eKf/re*je-l Mb regret that llie c.ircumstajiC'S 61' the vaje did not empower him to .hoie her pface/t in the Pillnry. January 4th.— Jfimes Smith, aiding and abutting at a pitched battle, ordered to fiud sureties to keep ike peace for si* meutbs; L. 4ih.- Join VVil .aiiis, tis-iitiii){ h pitc.neu batile, on 30th Dei ember, bound over to keep the peace for 12 mouths ' ;. . . 5ih.— Tiiomas Pearce, ficliung a pitched battle, nouiid over to keep I He peace tor six months. 9th.— William fiiflin. New River, ht-iio'iring two assigned servant...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

?^r- -^ ? isssssssst The task ot performing an imbosgibitjtv H our simplest reader will confess is by no'^K means undiffi6ultk and as even the attempt H ?och bespeaks folly, vre must bear tube eon- H sidered foolish for endeavouring to satisfy all ^m our Subscribers ; yet as a Fool may be good* B natured, and as naught but thfc milk of hs- H map kUidnftsg urges our exertions toward H so impracticable an ttbjebt, vvetnaybopefotH at least toleration and fbieivehe«s. h*)i. H the Editor of a weekly print, however kum'H ble its pretensions may be thought, eDj0|, H UO sinecure, believe us. His pages tnuttbtH filled let their contents be1 acquired how the; H may, or whence they may. He tnustwrittH even though nobody eh told toad) and lie H must write cautiously, or pounce upon bu ^1 devoted head comes an Ex-officio. Bat^H from such ' Good Lord deliver us !' It's H easy enough for the sheerest Simpleton to H turn the sagest Author into a laughing slock, ^B If he expatiates warmly on a subje...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

SHIP jfflft NEW?. ARRIVLD IN THIS POV»_ . ? On the 3rd.— The Sp««te«r. ' %ith sundry merchandise 5^^ from Sydtiey, On the GtK— Jf'gjat- gum plank and beams for with aqu&'a'ffundry merchandize for Launceston. lond^r.—Mr. A. Charlton. 'same t)ay.— The Reiolution, from Bobart town, with merchandize. ,'?«,.. On the 8th.— The brig H«rjf v*n», from Sydney, with ft small cargo. Passengers,— Mr. Oilpta, Mr. Brown, ana mr. r«ru-. Oft the 9th.— The culter Mary Ann, from Syd ney, with a small cargo, btfnnd to New Zealand, for trading. SAILED FROM THIS K-HT. On the 8th ? The Speculator^ for Bobart town, with a cargo of sundries. In consequence of the many and heavy ?expences attendant upon the setting up a Newspaper (particidartg when un iaufully, as I have been, tfirownoiUof »y licensed business) I beg the pardon *-f all the Subscribers for presenting 4hem.u-ith (heir accounts so early in the New Year. My Nephe^ who presents the Bills is authorised to sign Receipts. The Subscribers to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

? MliRINO RAMS. HfX partition nf receiving* per ship harp Da midion, Captain Wiseman, froto Sydney, *kOJ{E Hundred merino haMs»' which he is di Bected to Sell by Public Auction on an early day Bof which Bue notice will fte given) at Mh ?M'Kinnoo's Inn, Punt, A-u-i E«fc. : B These Rams ^'ere bred especially for.the nse of ?this Colony, by. a Gentleman, whose loug-experii Hence of the Wool trade qualified him to combine ?the essential fcroperlles of Fl«f c'? with Carcjsss | ?snd will be Blind deserving the attention of inch Stock-holders as may be desirous tff-tonvertlhg ?their Wool int.o a profitable expDrt£j*'tiica it Is to ?be regretted nuny of the late shipments ttfttret ?article liave not proved, arising iwdoubtf from ?bad condition, and want of sufficient Staple, ??aost of the Fleeces too generally abounding ill ?Stitrhel, or Cat Hairs, partaking more or lesttf ?the Flocky* Hungry, Sholf character^ of the oHjri* Inul Bengal Importation, and which climate* hpwi I«ver favorable, c...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

TAN PIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETi*. The folio* ing Extract from the Courier was In type for last week's number* but some circum stance over which we had nor.ontronl, occasioned its omission. We trust the -space it bow occupies will not be considered mis-employed. IWe had last week the pleasure to announce the formation of a literarj and acientific Society in this place., and we are now enabled to lay ttc* fore our readers the following documents, with a copy or which we have toen kindly favoured.) Van piemen's Land Society, forlhe publication of local scientific information, and the establish* mentof a Museum and Botanic Garden. Patron— His Excellency Colonel Arthur. Vice.p-.tron*— The Hon. John Lewis Peddfh Esq. The Hon. John Burnett, Esq. President— John Henderson, Esq. Vice-presidents— George Frankland, Esd. Cat)* tain Swanstoti* Committee of Management— Captain Boyd. James Bryant, Esq. A. Cromblt, Esq. W. Gelli, brand, Esq. J. T. Gellibrand, Esq. W. H. Hamilton, Esq. Samuel Hilt, Esq. J...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to -dispel delusion; bat in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find tiis roftfl perfectly Free from the arrows of those tvho ate interested in preventing the iBgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Under impressions of a deeply fletions nature, ' but incited by no motive which, were we gasping on the bed of death it would be seemly in us lo repent, we approack the Administration of Penal Justice in (his County, as a Topic that perempt orily claims tfur notice; and If, in conveying our relative opinions we may peradventure exceed the limits within which, to secure a convenient vari Kty of articfe^ it is generally desirable that any one subject be confined, we at once entreat and hope to receive, a more than usual share of gen erous indulgence. Truly speaking we shall de serve it : for if there be any matter transcend cntly important to ouV readers, it is such as b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1830

HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, ii pleased, to direct, that the following no* tlcc of the. general objects of three proposed arts, which are about to be Jald before the Legislative Council, he published for gertt-ral informs tioit. 1st,— An Act to extend to this Coluny certain Act of Parliament, whereby pecuniary Penalties are inflicted, which are made, applicable duly to tome local purpose, and to facilitate Proceedings before Justices of tfce-Pear* in sued Wises; 2nd.— An Act to remove doubt* as lo the vaji* dlly of Acts or Ordinances iu force oil the 28th day of February, 1829. 3d.— An Act to regulate the Impounding of Ani mals, and other purposes relating i hereto. The LMcut. Governor may. erect public pounds, and ap' point pound-keepers, who shall be entitled to certain feet, and to, charges lor food siippliud ttt the animals impounded Notice to be given to the owner of the animals. If known, and residing within a certain distance j and. if not, by public advertisement ...

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