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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 December 1840
exsBSSB FOR LONDON.--The fine fast-sailing- bark _ BRANKEN MOOR, SMITH, master, now load. ¡¡¡afoTth* abo«« port, and will sail in ali December nut. She hu very superior cabin accommodations. For freight or pas utfc. spplf to Captain Smith» Atkin Morrison, Esq., or Ne* Wharf, November 2. Kian, Alexander, & Co. ,FOR LONDON.-(To sail in all December ____ next.) Tlie fine flrst-clasacolonial built bark SIR gËÎÎRGE ARTHUR,299 tons register, MCKELLAR, master, n0* loading for the above port. Hassupeiior cabinaceommoda twni. For flight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, Askin Morrison, or Kew Wharf, November 2. Kerr, Alexander, & Co. "TO PASSENGERS.-The EMU. for LON ^ DO N, will tail positively on 3rd December, and bis only three cabins disengaged. For passage, apply to Captain Howard on board, or to New Wharf, November 20. Willis, Garrett, fit Co. ,FOR LONDON.-A Regular Trader-The fine fait-sailing well-known barque DERWKNT, " .,T«i tons, INNES M'PHERSON, Commander,...
THE COURIER. Strenue et Prosopere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 December 1840
THE COURIER. Jítreitut et Drospere. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. The weather upon the Jiegatta day proved equal to the most favourable anticipations, and before nine o'clock the active and vigilant Secretary had sounded the busy note of preparation, and hundreds of people were seen streaming towards the New Wharf to wit ness the scene of His Excellency's embarkation. The wharfs were lined with people, as was also . Pavition Point, and shortly after the appointed time j His Excellency and Lady Franklin, accompanied by the Colonial Secretary and a numerous siíite, made their appearance, and were hailed with.evcry demon- stration of respect by the assembled crowds.' Captain Moriarty, U.N., was in attendance with the^ state barge, iii which His Excellency embarked, and imme- diately the procession of boats commenced mi der a salvo from the honey-combed guns of the battery, which stood the shock more bravely than could have been anticipated, considering their decayed and doubtful con...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 4th December, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 December 1840
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 4th December, 1840. Notice Is hereby given that the following claims for grants will he ready for examination, by the Commission- &nbsp; ers appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 4th day of February next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered Thomas Anster, 10 acres, Oatlands, originally ordered to the applicant, claim dated 2nd November, 1840 William Morgan Orr, 320 acres, Wellington, originally William Joseph Hine, who conveyed to Henry Miller, who conveyed to Henry Melville, who conveyed to Frederick Bell, &nbsp; who conveyed to the applicant, claim dated 5th November, 1840. James McLeod, 38 perches, Launceston, originally Henry &nbsp; Richens, who conveyed to Robert Stonehouse, who conveyed &nbsp; to John Marsden, both of whom conveyed to the applicant; claim dated 2d November, 1840 William Henry Browne, 500 acres, Devon originally J. and W. Highett, who sold to the applicant;...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 December 1840
COLONIAL PRESS. Wesleyan Missionary- Meeting a* Ros?.-The first Anniversary of the Branch Western Missionary Society, for Ross and Campbelton, was held in the Wcsleyan Chapel at Ross, on Thursday afternoon, G. P. Ball, Esq., In the chair. Tlie attendance was numerous and respect- able, and highly gratifying to all friends of the missionary tsjause. From the report which was read, it appeared that the agentstif the Society are actively employed in preaching the Gospel in upwards of twenty different languages, in several of which the translation of the Scriptures and' oilier useful religious works is in progress. The Rev. W. A. Brooks moved the first resolution, and in an animated address referred to the vast success with which the missions had been crowned, in almost every part of their widely extended sphere of operation, and showed how they had triumphed over difficulties which had been thought insuperable. B. Horne, Esq., J.P., in seconding the resolution, bore honourable testimon...
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 4 December 1840
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, November 30. Eight fines this day for drunkenness. Francis Wright, assigned to Messrs. Clark and David- son, charged with absconding; term of transportation extended twelvemonths, and hard labour on the roads six months. Edward Roger Blake, a boy belonging to the Orphan School, charged by Mr. Dickenson with absconding from that establishment and remaining at large until appre- hended ; severely reprimanded and discharged, on promise of better behaviour in future. Mary Harding, tickel-of-leave, charged by Mr. Anstey with hating stolen a sovereign and several books, his properly ; remanded. James Green charged by his employer, Mr. F. Moore, with absenting himself from his master's employ, he being the hired servant of Mr. F. Moore ; one month's hard labour in the house of correction. Tuesday, December I. This being the Regatta fête, there wat but little busi- ness done at the office. Wednesday, December 2. Eleven fines ; not a very large number, cons...
COURT OF REQUESTS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. Before Joseph Hone, Esquire, Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
COURT OF REQUESTS. SATURDAY, DECEMDIÏR 5. Before Joseph Hone, Esquire, Commissioner. A variety of cases were called on, but from the ab- sence of either one, or both parties, judgmeut was given by default, or the case passed by. Bramwell v. Reason. This was a disputed case ; and a witness was called to substantiate the evidence for the plaintiff, who said : I live next door to Mr. Bramwell, and was called in one day by his wife, to see the settlement of an account ; on this oc- casion I heard the defendant state, that her husband had offered to take £5 in lieu of what was owing, viz., £7, to settle the debt ; I wrote out a receipt stating so, for Mr. B. ; he wns not present, only the wife ; I saw the defend- ant pay Mrs. B. the £5 ; I read what 1 had written beforo she signed ; I wrote out the receipt by her instructions ; he wished to have it "in full of all demands," as Bramwell had stated he would take ¿t'5 to settle the account, when he met him up the country. Mr. Bramwell said-...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
COLONIAL PRESS. At a Meeting of the Agricultural Association, held on Tuesday, last, the following premiums were awarded : SHEEP. The first class prize to Mr. Thomas Field, for the best im- ported Leicester ram. The second class prize to Mr. Thomas Field, for the three best pure Leicester hoggets. -,.,,-. The first class prize to Mr. Thomas Field, for the three best Leicester ewes. No competition considered by the judges as being deserving. ... , The first class prize to Mr. J. Kirkby, for the best imported Leicester ewe. The first class prize to Mr. J. Kirkby, for the four best . Leicester tups, bred by the Van Diemen's Land Company, there being no competition. CATTLE. The first class prize to A. T. Collett, for the best bull of any age, for his pure Devon bul), six years off-pedigree not given. The first-lass prize to A. T. Collett, for his pure Devon cow-shown as best Devon. Enfield, a Hereford bull, two years old, pedigree not given, the property of Mr. William Field. The judges...
COLONIAL MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 2nd December, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
-COLONIAL MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 2nd December, 1840. Letters Testimonial Bre" hereby granted Mr. J. W. Rowe, Hobart Town, to practise in Medicino, Surgery, and Pharmacy, in Van Diemen's Land and its'Dependencies ; he having complied with the provisions of an Act lately passed for the reinilution ofthe Practice of Medicine in this Colonv. J. F. Cr.AUKB. M. D President of the Board of Medical Examiners.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
TO ADVERTISERS. This Journal is published every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, Adver. tisements intended for the Tuesday's edition should be sent to the Courier Office by one o'clock on Monday; and if for Friday, by one o'clock on Thursday. Parties should also notify the number of insertions required. Advertisements sent without such instructions will be inserted three times.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 301. Colonial Secretary's Office, 28th November, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 301. Colonial Secretary's Office, 28th November, 1840. Memoranda of Conditional Pardon have been issued for the &nbsp; following convicts until Her Majesty's pleasure be known :- John Wilkins, Bengal Merchant; Thomas Wright, Earl Spencer and Kangaroo; James Smith, David Lyon; Daniel Perry, Royal George; Joseph Pool, Roslyn Castle; Robert &nbsp; Mott, Claudine; John Minion, Sir Godfrey Webster; Joseph &nbsp; &nbsp; Greenhalgh, alias Greenwood, Manlius; John Varty, alias &nbsp; Smith, William Miles; Patrick Sullivan, Guilford and Ruby; James Green, David Lyon; David Frost, Sir Charles Forbes; &nbsp; &nbsp; Isaac Alder, Persian; Barnaby Alder, ditto; George McArthur, &nbsp; or McCarter, Southworth; Timothy Moran, Augusta &nbsp; &nbsp; Jessie. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OP HOBART TOWN. Anwalt-December 5-the schooner Truganini, G1 tons, Peterson, from Port Phillip with sheep, A. Haig, agent passengers, Mrs. Howe, John Gecl. 6-the schooner Agues and Elizabeth, Gardnells, from Port Phillip, A. Morrison, agent-passenger, ¡Miss Lee. Departures-December 5-the bark Cecilia, 323 tons, Hervey, for Sydney, with sundries. 5-the bark Australasian Packet, 194 tons, M'Pherson, for Sydney, with sundries 6-the schooner Flying Squirrel, 87 tons, Clinch, for Port Phillip, with sundries. IMPORTS. Vessels entered Inwards foin the 28/7« Nov. to the 5th Dec, 1840, inclusive. Per bark Wave-105 barrels pork, 25 tierces beef, 25 do butter, 20 hhds rum, 5 do brandy, 02 cases brandy, 55 quarter casks wine, 100 cases gin, 4 sheets lead, 25 boxes tin, 4 hhds white lead, 50 tins linseed oil, 50 do turpentine, 5 tierces 1 case tobacco, 4 casks earthenware, 201 barrels flour, 7 casks whiting, 56 carotcels currants, 10 barrels raisins, 4 cases do, 12 ca...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, December 8, 1840. CONVICT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, December 8, 1840. CONVICT SERVICE. Required hy the Royal Engineer Department, on account of the Convict Service, the following articles, tenders for which will be rece'ived at this oflice, until 12 o'clock, on Wednesday, the 25d instant, samples to be forwarded to the Ordnance Stores, viz. : Round bar ¡ron, 1 inch, 9301 bs Dodo, Udo, 1401bs Flat do, 2 x j do, 2901hl Do do, 2.J by ä do, 105011« Stone picks, 24 European rope, 2} inch, 2 coils Do do, 4 do, 2 do Do do, 5 do, I do Roschcad nails, 2 inch, 224lbs Flathead screws, 1 do, ISGlbs Dodo, 2 do, I98ibs Do do, 2J do, GOIbs Iron rimmed locks, three bolt, 8 inch, 12 Crab winch, 1 Snatch block, 14 inch, I Tenon saw files, 12 Carpenters'black lend pencils, 12 Iron butt binpes, 3.V inch, 12 pair Do do, 3 do, G pair' Do do, 4 do. 3 pair Iron bolts, 14 do, 4 Lead pipe. ,1 do in diameter, IGGlbs Steel blade squares, G inch, 2. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 30th November, 1840. TITLE-DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 30/A November, 1840. TITLE-DEEDS. Deeds of Grants in favour of the under-mentioned individuals arc now ready to be issued on payment of the amounts due thereon to the crown. LANDS «RANTED. G. C. Clarke. 2500 acres, Westmoreland ; ditto, 470 acres, .Somerset ; ditto, 1000 acres, ditto ; John Cassidy, 200 acres; Cornwallis, County of Somerset ; Anne Bridger, 35 perches, New Norfolk; Aitkin & Pitcairn, 2560 acre«, Westmoreland; Wil- liam Bradshaw, 25} perches. Hobart ; Antonio Martin, 3 roods 3" \ perches, Launceston ; Patrick Wood, 300 acres, Somerset ; ditto, 500 acres, Vincent ; Charles Newman, 100 acres, Oat- lands ; William Joyncs, 2 roods 13 perches, Launceston ; Wil- liam Henty, 3 roods 8 perches, ditto ; Richard Dry, 592 acres, Sillwood ; ditto, 40 acres. Eccleston ; ditto, 33 acres, ditto ; ditto, lol acres, ditto ; ditto, 3S acres, ditto ; ditto, 30 acres, Sillwood ; ditto, 215 acres, ditto ; ditto, 5ri0 acres, ditto ; ditto, 903 acres, ditto ...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, November 12, 1840. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, November 12,1840. WHEAT. Notice is hereby given, that in consequence of the Com- missariat Stores here being full of wheat, no more can be | received until further notice. And that after Wednesday, the ISth instant, no wheat will be received into the Stores at Launceston, until further notice. For the Assistant Commissary-General, SAMUEL CARR, D.A.C.G.
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town, 1st December, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town, 1st December, 1840. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Ho- bart Town for the weekending 1st December, 1840,inclusive: Flour, 5 tons. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston for the week ending 28th November, -1840, inclusive : Barley, 30 bushels ; oats, 3950 ditto ; wheat, 1000 ditto; flour. 35 tons. G, IL HARNES, Collector.
THE FIRST FAREWELL! [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 December 1840
THE FIRST FAREWELL I Oh I do recall that bitter word, It surely but in jest was spoken ; I deem'd not that my thoughtless heart Could be by one short whisper broken I FAREWELL !-it is a sound that chills, Though often I have said it over ; But then it was to careless friends, 'Tis now the first time to-a LOVER ! " Good night !"-"good-byo 1"-" soon come again," Or some kind blessing when we parted, Were all the words we used to say These never left us broken-hearted 1 Alas ! in this our first farewell There's something tells me all Is over Oh I would it were a maiden's lot To never find or lose a Lover I J. WADE.