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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 September 1828

i-it . '¡It » I,- -«TOiBB SOLD." 'v>i'í '* -' ; . cA N-EST ATE; comprising 10 Acres '"of-' Land., ?'J\. completely ifenced round, ? and divided into S Paddocks, advantageously situated, near the one mile post, ort the' New-town road. ! r ' i , Tha Buildings consist of an excellent DWEL- LING HOUSE, containing 8 Rooms, commanding a delightful view of the Harbour and River. ' ?) i Good Brick Stabling for 2 Horses,' with Harness Room, and Loft over. Brick and Shingled Shed for 8 Cows. Poultry House', &o. Two large Yards, Paled in. ' .. The Garden is planted with some hundred worked Fruit Trees, of the choicest description and variety. A large plot of Ground is laid clown with English Grass, which is growing luxuriantly. Apply to Mr. Emmett. The Premises are entitled; to a Grant, and muy be viewed daily from one to four. Liberal credit will be given on approved security. IMPOUNDED IN Methven, one brindled Heifer, with short horns, white tail and belly, branded with a broad ar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 September 1828

GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 47. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sppt. l8, 18ÍÍ8. THE Heads of Department!, Officers in corni maud of Parti««, Superintendents and others, having Convict» under their charge or direction, ¿re eujnwed to read over to them* the aanexed danae.' of tlie Act of Council, No. 2, of the present year ; and at the same time to apprise them, that the offepeq of being found drinking in unlicensed hanses, or pur- chasing «pirita fr^i unlicensed.persons,.*wilLbcse-« corded against them, qnd invariably considered «hen «ver they solicit any indulgence from the govern menti , By «oiiimflnd of , The Lieutenant Go vem«r, J. BURNETT. " VIII. And for the mor« effectual discourage- ment of tippling and drinking m unlicensed houses, be it further enacted, that erery peison to whom after the passing of this act anv such tiqnnrs shall be sold or retailed in a less quantity than Five Gallons, by any unlicensed person, shall forfeit and pay a penalty or som of lint less than Five Pounds,...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2[?], 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 September 1828

THE     HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27, 1828 TRADE AND SHIPPING. On Tuesday arrived the Nimrod, 251 tons, Cap-   tain Thomas Harvie, from Sydney, the 13th instant, bound to Penang, with 40 casks nails, 31 rolls sheet lead, 231 bundles hoop iron, 424 bolts round iron,   and 1 cask knives, shipped by Mr. Flaherty. Pas- sengers, Mrs. Harvie, and two children, Mr. Fla- herty and 20 Malays, formerly the crew of the   Caroline.     On Wednesday arrived the brig Magnet, 190 tons, Captain H. W. Johnston, from London 20th April, having touched at St. Jago, with a general cargo of goods, chiefly for Messrs. Kemp and Co. Bethune, Gellibrand, Langfurd, J. H. Reibey, Dawes and Hewett, and Dutton, and at Sydney, for Messrs. R.   Jones, E. Byers, J. Thompson and Co. Robinson, Curlewis, Macarthur and Co., G. Bunn and Captain Johnson. Passengers Mr .and Mrs. Stacey, and 2 children, M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 September 1828

^lAT OFFICE, September l8,1898. ICE. Ijssionert of His Majesty's been pleased to sanction the ''the Treasury Board for any Pounds, when such Bills «re bona fide remillancetforfnr fation of individuals, His Ex ^^^^^^^^ Governor Is pleased to di Tëcl^imr measure authorized by their Lordships ?ball take effect in this command from the Sa th in- stant. It is however to be understood that the drawing of Bills for less sums than One Hundred Pounds is to be limited to the occasions before mentioned ; and it is therefore entrnsted by their Lordships to the discrétion of the Assistant Commissary General, un- der the direction of His Excellency, to refuse to grant Bills for less sums than One Hundred Pounds, if it should appear that the number of Bills to be drawn would be multiplied to an inconvenient degree, by a continuance of the indulgence. A. MOODIE, A.C.G.' COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, September 17,1628. REQUIRED for the Publio Service i Sixty Hides Sole Leather, Sixty do. Kip Leather. Tenders...

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WH[?]T NEWS? [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 September 1828

WHAT NEWS? I don't hear any. I am sorry for that, Sir, how long have you been deaf ? I mean I hear no news. The Magnet sailed 12 days before the Woodford, and   was five months on her passage. She brings no English news, but a large number of respect- able passengers, none of your pauper emigrants. The Magnet should have been built at Hobart town if fhey wished to let the real attractions of Van Die- men's land be known in London city. This is a very fine day, Sir, after last week's rain. My ther- mometer was at 63 degrees in the shade when I left home. Vegetation will be very rapid. I really think that the grass in the Government house garden has grown two inches since last night, and the sweet brier hedges perfume the whole town, which 8 days ago did not shew a leaf. And I will tell you another thing, I heard the Van Dieman's land nightingale last night at ten o'clock quite plain. I am convinced that the company of civilized man, with the cultivated landscapes &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

TheSIOBART TOWN GAZETTE I OCTOBER 4, 1828. MR. G. W. Brookes i, appointerT , ÍWf| constable, and also pouiidkeep»r, ¡n (|w À ^ trict of New Norfolk. "" A xRei|ui»ition is advertised for 12 bra«* fco 3 up ami down saws, H feet long and U Î,IC|, "'!'' 1 steering tn.rfpa<s, and 1 spy glass. Tender« ' be Seiit to iheColom.il Secretary by m/on ofTue.d« the I4tb instant, ¡nid samples to the Ordnance Slo ïicUls of leave have been granted to IW, Lewis, Jotrph fJunnirigham, Edward Wansbum/ and Maihetv Websier; ' Thomas Evans. John' Ray, á'nd Thomas FUhtr , haye obtained cenificates of freedom; Colomal TiiDsauur, Octl 1_Whereas in stances have occuncd orpeison« exhibiting fltrcJ orders for salaries, and also for reward» for the apar« hension of rnnuway convicts,-Notice is Lereb» I given, that no .olde« will be.paid in future at the I i'lin-tiry, without the signature of the magisirgte of the district, or wheie from remóle distance iM» «n not be obtained, the signature of lue distri...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

To CuitiMsj'ONDBbrs: , Thc.Odp by SThLLt is under o moderation, assUo the J'¡ms, tor vvhirh we return our thanks, but we fenr they are notsuflrciently colonial, %* Oir Friends and Subscribas who hove tint already remarked it, will please to observe I lint the last Number eancltídid lue Quarter. The Peep at Chile in I Si 7 i.-i thankfully receiful, bul we fear some of the narrative is of too old   date to interest our readers.   In returning thanks to our friends and subscribers who hare so promptly paid then subscription», we beg lo remind those who are still in arrear, tint ihs beary «-xpeiises attendant on our journal du not nit-' mil of long bills, and that if the little accounts are not attended to, in which the price is charged only a« i( paid in advance, the full price will necessarily be re- quired.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

BOOKS. At DEANE'S Circulating librarv, Liverpool st. MR. J. P. DEANE has just landed from the Magnet. and offers for sale a Case of BOOKS consisting of Mavor's Spelling, Murray's Grammar, Johnson's Dictionary, Hie. Reading Books, &c. &c and a great variety of instructive'and amusing Bo ok tor Children, &.c. &e. WANTS a Situation, a Lad 15 years of age, .came free to the Colony, writes a good Hand and can be well recommended. Apply to the Printer. STRAYED into the Herd of the undersigned a Heifer CALF, 'with black aides and white back and tail ; ha« no brand mark. The owner niay have it by proving the property and paying the expense«. F. ALLISON.' Macquarie River, Oct. 1, 1828. T. LIGHTFOOT, TAILOR AND DRAPER, IN addition lo his previous extensive stock of black, blue, olive, drab, and mixed superfine Cloths, has lately received a small package of unusu- ally superior blue Saxony, with a general assort- ment ot while, brown,and coloured drill» for trow...

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MY PEREGRINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

MY PEREGRINATIONS. It is a matter of no small satisfaction to me to know that I bare hitherto been able to keep my name and £erson a profound secret to all mankind, and the in sbitants of Hobart town in particular. I can walk' about and inform myself of the latest news of the town, of the motives, interests, and probable events of the whole community public and private, and re- main myself perfeotly unknown and unrecognised. The conjectures ai to my identity are manifold and amusing. The credit" of my compositions ha« ueen auccessively given to a well known merchant, in a large way in Macquarie street, «Se to another in a small way in another, part of the «ame street; some of my pro- ductions have been of io loyal and patriotic a character that they have been attributed to more than one public officer of high and distinguished talents, while others again from the features of learning and classical taste whioh they betrayed, supposed they could only bave emanated from some member of ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 4, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.     SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 4, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. ARRIVED The Mermaid, Captain Henniker arrived on Thurs- day afternoon, from Sydney 26th ultimo, with a de- tachment of the 63d, which regiment is to relieve     the 44th proceeding to India, and the Head-quarters of which may be shortly expected in the Albion pri-   son ship from England. The Mermaid brings also 40 tons of sugar. Passenger Mr. Gellibrand. The brig Dart, 108 tons, Captain Free, from the   Land's end, 3rd May, bound for Sydney direct, after attempting several times in vain to go through Bass's   Straits, put into Hobart town for provisions. Pas- senger Mr. Lyons, (of Margate) The Nimrod goes to Manilla for a cargo and   back. The Phoenix it is feared is making but little pro- gress during this unsteady weather and westerly gales.   The Denmark Hill is daily expected from Sydney...

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[?]RY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

iïPosft J« ns fresh intelligence of Jy the late flood. At the lied Mr. Burn have been er has. had three acre* of washed away, and many '. who had been fencing and asi ve paddocks and enclo " carried down by the force of Fad the destruction has been lall stream which runs through ^_r.^_^_ Jne farm, was so swoln that several large trunk of trees that had lain undisturbed since their original fall, floated down until they were col- lected at a particular spot, where they formed a sort of dam, and the water was thus driven over an im- mense tract of level cultivated country. Owing to the ground having been so recently tilled and crop- ped, the earth was easily carried off by the force of the current, and not only the crop of corn but the whole soil as deep as the plough had reached, has been completely removed, leaving more than 10 acres of the finest of Mr. Kimberly's farm a barren waste. At Mr. John Espie's the devastation was truly de- plorable. Besides a large tract of corn land des...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

, fOR SALE, ,. At the Store» of the undersigned, Macquarie-itreet, i til« following'choice «election of GOODS, on the lowe« Terms for Cain or approved Bills at 8 Months, viz:-- ' BEST London tnade nuntin g whips, bridle bits ' -Patent powder flasks and shot belts Superfine treble strong cannister powder ' Common ditto, in canuistcrs 41bs. each Shot of al! sizes, musket, pistol and gun flints Officers' steel sprirtg swords and scyineters Iron rim locks with knobs and rings Iron rim dead locks and wood stock, do. Mortice do. best furniture Cupboard, till, chest, and trunk brass and iron locks of sizes Chest handles, patent and common padlocks 8£ to 4 inch polished brass butt binges Wrought and cast iron butts of sizes TH, HL, box and staple binge« Commode bandle« of various patterns Window and curtain pins, chair and cornice orna- ments, brass castors, bed-screws and brass caps Brass weights, brass and iron bale steelyards Brass and iron buttons Patent roasting jacks and brass cranes ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 October 1828

PUBLIC NOTICE. Surveyor General's Oßee, Hobart town, September 30,1828. THE Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified for general information that the Ten den of the undermentioned individual«, for the Lot«, specified opposite to their respective names (which Lots were advertised and offered for sala in the Pro- clamation of the 23d July last), being the highost turn» offered for the said Lands,-h»\c receded the sanction of Hil Excellence, and ure therefore ac- cepted. , Lot : per acre. 4. J. H. Wedge, 7s. 5. Thomas Archer & Abraham Walker 7s. 6. Abraham Walker Bs. 7. Thos. Archer, Gs. (id. 8. Geo. Alston, 7s. 9. Geo. Alston, Cs. 12 Francis Allison, 4s. 14 Andrew Gatenby, 4s. 15 W.J. Unify, 4s. 17 Thoa. Reibcj, 7s. Cd. 18 Thos. Anstey, 3s. Cd. 23 Edm.Hodpsun, 4s.3d, 24 Joseph Johnson 4s. 25 George Ashton, 4s. 28 John Pen hey, Cs. 20 JobnPetchey 4s. fad. 80 W T Parramore 5s (id 81 James Scott, 4s. 7d. 32 George Hull, 10s. 38 J T Gellibrand, 11s 6.1 39 Ed. Abbott jr. 5s. 3...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

!EV1EW, No. sraanian and f< ED, so well this climate;

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[?]GAZETTE [?], 1828, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

AZETTE 1828, fsition for an Anchor, 9 cwt. _ 1 chain Cable seven-eighths TTNo. 3 Canvas, 6 do. No. 4 do. 8 do. No. 7 do. 1 coil G inch Rope, 8 do. do. 2 do. 3 coils 6 thread Ratline, I 7 inch hemp Cable, l8 twelve inch double ship's blocks, 15 do. do. single do. 67 8 inch single do. 12 6 inch double do. 24 G inch single do. 8 5 ¡Heb double do. 8 5 inch »ingle do. 1 copper water Pump, and 3G iron flush Bolts. A Government Notice requests persons intending to carry on the trade of Distiller or Auctioneer lo apply for the necessary License at the Colonial Secre tary's Office, annually on the 20th December, it be- ing proposed to issue such Licenses on the 1st of January only in each year.   Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by James Nowland, W. Garland, James Ryley, Eliza his Wife, Thomas Jeavons and John Cassidy. A Conditional Pardon is granted to Samuel Dixon, and Tickets of Leave to T. Spittle and John Rogers. Mr. Colin Mackrrisy and Mr. John Marshall are Appoi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

To Correspondents. I A' Several contributions to the Country Post are una- voidably postponed.

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ANALYSIS OF THE NEW ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

ANALYSIS OF THE NEW ACTS. Act No. 4.-" To prevent the removal of wine and spirituous liquors without a permit, and lo make fur) her provisions to restrain, the illicit dealing in, and clandestine importation of such liquors,"--allows no quantity of wine above three gallons, or of spirits above one gallon to be removed without a permit, willi a proviso for liquors duly loaded from vessels, or removed from place to place on the same premises. Liquors illegally removed may be seized with the can, &e. conveying them, and the liquors are to be forfeited, but the cart, aie. may be restored at the discretion of the justices. The permit is to be of a particular form agreeably to a schedule annexed, and extends only io the places, and is in force only during the lime mentioned. If any fraud or deceit is prac- tised, the permit becomes void. To neglect to exhi- bit the permit when demunded.to a justice, constable, or bllicir of revenue, incurs a penalty of from 3 to Ä01. mid the proof...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, At the Royal Exchange AutionMart, on Wednesday next the loth instant, at l8 o'clock, AN assortment of very superior Slops', consisting of blue cloths, fustian and cord jackets and . trowsers, a variety of waistcoats, striped cotton shirts, &c blue coats, worsted stockings, braces, milts, shoes, Wellington boots, prints, Giiiphams, sewed muslin trimmings, Lenoes, calicoes, cambrics, dimities, spun Bandanna handkerchiefs, negro head tobacco, busket salt, half pint tumblers, claret and table wineglasses, aud a variety of merchandize. Immediately after the above, without nscrve. ALL that eligible Property, situate three doors above the Noah's Ark Public house, Bath- urst street, (late the property of Mrs Bridger). Tho extent of thu Allotment is nearly one acre of ground, cultivated fora garden," with a good substantial briek Cottage erected thereon, containg four apaitmeuls, well finished. The siluntion is well adapted for a private famil...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 11, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

THE BOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, li, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING: On Sunday arrived the ship Prince George, 4i0 tons, M. Andrew, commander, from the Downs, 12th May, with 138 hhds. beer to order* 8 trunks «.lines, 8 bales woollens, G cases silk and worsted, 4 ditto fans, 3 ditto stays, 7 ditto umbrellas, 6 ditto haberdashery, 2'ditto stutts, 7 ditto woollens and cott-m, 2 ditto cottons and haberdashery, 3 ditto ha beidashery, 14 ditto cottons and haberdashery, one ditto apparel, one ditto haberdashery, otieditto gloves, 2 casks bellows, G hhds. earthenware, 1 «askcutlerj, 1 cask lamps, 2 casks metal and brassware, 2 casks japan ware for W. Cope, 100 hhds. beer to Kemp 6i Co. 2 b»les stuffs, 1 cuse stays, 1 ditto umbrellas, 1 ditto gloves and haberdashery, 2 ditto colt our, 2 ditto cottons and haberdashery, 1 ditto glass and apparel, 1 ditto copper and pewter, for W, Copt«. ¡¿?JO hbds. beer, Icely ¿f Hindson, 23 tons iron, and plated ware, W. Cope, 30 boxes pipes, 40 boxes ti...

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MORE CHANGES IN THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 October 1828

MORE CHANGES IN THE CABINET. The Harriet, schooner from the Downs 12th Jane, arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on the 8th of Aug. bringing new» of unusnal importance. The Earl of Aberdeen has been appointed Secretary -of State for Foreign Affairs, in the roora of Earl Dudley, and Sir ' G. Murray, Secretary of State for the Colonial De. ' partment, in the room of Mr. Huskisson. Other important change», not in the cabinet, Have also^taken'place. Viscount Lowther is the first com- missioner of the Woods and Forests, and Land Re- venue, in the room of the Right Honourable Charles Arbuthnot, who is the New Chancellor of the Duchy -Lancaster in the room of the Earl of Aberdeen. Sir Henry Hardinge is Secretary at War in the "room of Lord Palmerston. Thomas Peregrine Conrtnay, Esq. is Vice Presi- dent of the Board ofTrade.in the room of Mr. Frank- land Lewes. Mr, Courtenay bai been sworn in a privy councillor. Hornee Twiss, Esq. ii ,_ _.v,iciary of Slate for the Colonial Department, in the r...

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