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

FOR LONDON via SYDNEY. THE fine fast sailing first class ship _ MERMAID, 600 tons, W. Hen inker, Commander, having the greater part of bcr cargo engaged at Sydney; will be the first ves srl from that port to London direct. Has room for about 200 tons of freight from Ibis, and will remain here until the 15th November. The Mermaid has very superior accommodation for passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Nary, , j For fi eight or passage to Sydney or'London, ap- ply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. NORWOOD INN, CLYDE, BOTHWELL. irOHN VINCENT begs most respectfully to in »Jj form his friends and the public generally, that lmving obtained a license he ha« opened the above Inn, for the accommodation of Travellers, with a choice selection ol' the best Spirits, Wines, Porter, &c. and trusts by-strict attention, cleanliness and puncUiallity lo business, to merit a share of the pub- lic, patronage. j Stabling and Stock Yards, with every other accom- moda...

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

BOARDÍNG HOUSE, ~\lïï'R. ROBERT MARR, late Landlord of the IVX Black Boll Public House, Launceston, re- spectfully informs Travellers and the up country Gen t iemen, that Jiaving lost his License, owing to the frequent fines he has paid, he purposes to open that spacious and commodious House, known by the ¿bovementioned Sign, where he will have Beds and Accommodation for his very numerous Friends at a moderate prico for Gentlemen at a staled charge per ".Vuek, and' for Travellers at a slated price per :>iv. Mr. Marr intends to add to his Stabling, and will .'.ave eight Stalls icady shortly, four Stalls being now .'ornplele. Mr. Marr «ill open his Establishment as a Board- ing Hr.use on the First «lay of October ensuing. Black Bull Boarding House, Launceston, September. 29, 1828. JACKSON and ADDISON take this opportunity of-iuforming their Friends and the Public in ccnoral, that they have taken, for a term of year», those eligible Premises in Elizabeth street, adjoining Mi. Swan's...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

The HOB A RT TO WN GAZETTE OCTOBER l8, 1828, MR, Robert Davidson is appointed a special constable, and a keeper of the ponnd, district of Oatlands. W. Carlow is dismissed from the field police, for improper .conduct. Tickets of leave are granted to Joseph Pattison, Elias Wood, W. Leman, Moses Philips, and Edward Moore. Certificates of freedom have been obtained by James Bailey, George Isaacson, Jos. DobsonK James Evans, James Cock, Joseph Clerk, Joseph Cambray, Hannah Reading' IV. Wilson, J. Bennett, 1'. Smith, and Jua. Smith. .

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

CROWN LANDS,-Survey Office, Oct. 14,1828. Notice is hereby given, that tenders have   been accepted from the undersigned persons for rent- ing, untfer the terms of the Government Order of 27th of February last, the several quantities of Crown Land hereinafter described and specified, opposite to the names respectively : It is therefore notified to those persons that the ac- cessary bonds prescribed by the Order in question,   Most be forthwith entered into by them :-But they are in the mean time authorized to take possession of the land, the rent for which will be made payable from the 1st day of November next.   Forms of the requisite Bonds will be seen at the Offices of the respective Police Magistrates. 1. Shannon CLYbE Police District.-Axford Thomas, 11)00 Acres, on'the eastern borders of Shan- non Lake, near the source of the Shannon River. 2. Prossers Plains, Richmond, P.D.-Bu- chanan, Alex. 800 aeres, immediately at the back of his owh, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

NOTICE is hereby given, that any person or persons hereafter found trespassing, either by Horses or Cattle, or falling of Timber, on any part of my Farm, situated at the Black Snake, con- taining 50 acres, bounded by William Leach and Silvester Lush, will be prosecuted according to Law. And all Horned Cattle, Horses and Sheep found straying or grazing on any part of the said Farm, will be immediately impounded. WILLIAM MANSFIELD Black Snake, October, 1828. GENTEEL APARTMENTS TO BE LET ENQUIRE at the Courier Office. B. GUY'S NEW STORES.     JUST landed from the Coronet, and on sale, Hall's Kensington candles, in boxes of 29 and 60 lbs. cash, and 29 and 59s. per box., fine Westphalia hams, and Edam cheese, striped shirts remarkably cheap, broad bordered tea trays, &c. which with the regular stock of wines, spirits, grocery, &c. are sel-   ling at reduced prices.       8th October, 1828. BOARD...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

TO BE SOLD HY PPIM,1C AUCTION BY D. MACKAY, At the DeiWerlt Auction Mart, on Wednesday the 5th of November, 1828, at 12 o'clock without re . serve, A FARM, of 710 acres, with a Grant from Sir Thomas Brisbane, situate at the Cross Marsh 20 miles from Hobart lown, IO of which is by Waler Carriage. There are about 50 acres in cultivation, which produce excellent grain of every description, a comfortable dwelling house, bim men's hut, sheep aid callie yards, fowl-house, -piggeries, &o A good Garden of I acre, well fenced, in a high stale of cultivslion and stocked w-lli fruit trees. A creek bf water runs through the middle of the Farm during the whole of the year, and behind it (here is an nilli raited and excellent run for sheep or cattle. Approved Bills at three and six months will he taken in payment. Farther particulars mav he known by application to the Proprietor on the Finn, to the Auctioneer, or Mr. Butler, Solicitor, Hohart town. * SALE BY AUCTION. BY-MR. J. C, UNDERWOO...

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COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

COUNTRY POST.     Norfolk Plains, Oct. 13.-John Stevens is   fined fifty pounds and costs, for retailing spirits.   without a license.   James King is fined one hundred dollars and costs   for harbouring and allowing to tipple in his house     on Sunday the 5th instant, two prisoner servants.   James King was tried for having in his house for     the purpose of retailing, two kegs containing about 7     gallons of rum, and one keg containing about 7 gal-   lons of wine. The spirits and wine, with the kegs   containing them, were condemned and ordered to be       sold.     William Wood is charged with being at Steven's house on a Sunday afternoon, where he became drunk, and afterwards knocked the prosecutor down and then stole a...

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CLIO GRU[?] AT [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

CLIO GRUB AT BRIGHTON. Clio Grab wa*'*:rk>et--*no!d puff provider1 for Warren's Jet Blacking and Rowland's Kalydor Though pnrtrloted at times te be Laure'at'fc^g' ' To that old woman's album, the " GeúflemM V Wag/, < His form was so lank, for ha live* by his frit, ?to bailiff qouldaee biro babintl A, stout, spit r And cash was to him an Ash-Wednesday event, Which never arrived except, when it was lent. < | His garret all scrawl'd with extempores quaint, Though it needed the brush, I shall not try to paint j" 'Twas a shivering room in the attio, more fit I For rheutn-atie complaints than to prompt Attic wit.] Rheomatio he grew-caught the ages beside. And shook till the bantering landlady cried-s j ".Them as thinks Poet Grub isn't any great shakes. Could they but see him now, would eonfess their mistakes." Qnoth the bard-"I am going to Brighton." (** High times," - ' , The dame interposed, "if yo» speak of yout thymes ;'») j To pay Nature s debil must quickly ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 18, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 October 1828

THE HOBART TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 18, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING.   The ship Wanstead, W.. Langdon, R.N.. sailed for London, this morning, cargo, 227 bales wool, 542                   pieces cedar, 60 tons mimosa bark, 3½ tons and 70   boodles of whalebone, 385 casks whale oil, 6 casks hides, the produce of this place and N. S. Wales. Passengers - Major Bishop, Lieutenant Cook, Mr., Brown, -- Hammond, of this place, -- Midlicott Mrs. Barnes, James Marsh, Robert Webb, Thomas Bennett, James Marsh, and Thomas Lowe, also T.   M'Cleland, esq. The Colombia, O. H. Wilson, for Sydney, sail-   ed 15th October, with part of her import cargo, con- sisting of rum, brandy, wine pork, and British goods, with 40 tons whale oil, potatoes and wheat, and 149 bundles kangaroo skins, 390 baskets tobacco. Pas- seng...

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[?]N GAZETTE [?]5, 1828, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

rN GAZETTE I 1828, , who was transported' , vftlll apply at the 01* lendcnt of Convicts, he 'ry intelligence from his , Prin. Superintendent, Frier, Hobart town, Oc The Collector of Inter- ne immediate attention of the for Clown Lands, and »hose ni published as accepted, to that Tion of the acceptance, which directs ?»Ti o ti k1 pay up the first Instalments al this TTithtu 30 days of the publication of accep rrcc Upon the lOlh of November nexr,. the Collector willtl)ave tu report the names of all poisons failing to fulfil this cumin ion and the Lands which they had rendered tor will of course be open to the purchase of other individuals. Edud. Dumaresq, Collector of Internal Revenue. * This Gazette contaius a Procljuiation by His Ex- cellency The Lieutenant Governor, to prevent the introduction of infectious diseases into this Island, the rules and regulations of which are to be observed under pain of pioseuulion. No pilot or other oflicer can board any'vessel on arriving until he h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

A *ÀI,E BY AVCJTIÖN, BY MR. J. i>. VNUERfTOOD, At t,ba Royal, Exchange /notion 'Mart, on Mandsy t the.td of November,, if not previously disposed o . by Privat« Contraot, in which case they will he sold remarkably cheap, for an approved Bill of .three months :-* fTIROM 1200 to 1500 SHEEP, of the improved ' jP jwoplied breed, several hundred of which will fetch Ten Shillings each, at least, in á few weeks hence, when they will be fit for the Knife, being now grazed upon one of the best Sommer Stock runs in the Colony. , ALSO, At the èame time and place, ABOUT 80 fine Milch COWS, with Calves, many worth from Seven lo Ten Pounds, toge- ther with about 6 pair of three year old STEERS, which are in great demand, and fetching Ten Pounds per pair. The whole will be sold eheap, either in . small Lots or otherwise. The Sheep and Cattle are now grazing upori,a most extensive ron, comprising upwards of 3000 Acres, where they may remain, either on " the thirds," or otherwise, thns affording ...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

THE COUNTRY POST. Green Ponds, Oct. 21.-On Monday this dis- trict was thrown into the greatest consternation and alarm by the perpetration of another of those atroci- ties, which have so long distinguished the conduct of the blacks, and latterly with such increased circum- stances of blood and savage ferocity.     A family of the name of Langford, resident at a distance not exceeding two miles from the house of Mr. Gorringe, was attacked by a party of from fifteen to twenty. The barking of a dog gave but sufficient time for the mother to take into her arms a boy, and with a girl about 14 years of age, to betake them- selves to flight. They had scarcely got out of the hut when it was instantly filled by the savages, eager for blood and plunder. A few of them pursued the flying party, assailing them with spears, and in the   mother's arms the boy received a number of wounds, two of which were alone considered mortal. Con- ceiving life extinct, se...

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THE COURT OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

( -«tap g ç@css* "THE COURT OF INQUIRY. I found myself, last 'night at n late hour, wander- ing about in a large dark looking place. The roof wa» flat, and partly supported willi tliriy looking stone pillais. Here and Iheie a pcrsofi was seen scanning a large phicard stuck up against the «all, parties of two or three were walking up und down in earnest conversation, and on the benches «illiurs were enga- ged in anxious debate. I could nut think where I had got to. 1 did not see a single »otu mi among all the people about me. They were all gentlemen, or had the appearance of bring so. Picadilly a re« peclnble looking man, with a while head of hair and a slick in his hand, caine politely before nie, and with- out preface said, com« this way Sir, you are wanted. Am li said I. where do you want to take mc? and glancing my eye on one of the placaids 1 caught the words-Corn Question-Catholic Claims-Emigra- tion-Finlay, New South Wales Bill, 3rd reading, &e. &c. Is it possi...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 25, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

THE   HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 25, 1828.       TRADE-AND SHIPPING.   Arrived on the 17th, the brig 'Margaret, A. Craig, from Leith 26th May, with 3 hhds. white wine Kemp & Co. 2 do. do. to order, 1 box wearing apparel, Joseph Scott, 14 hhds. French red wine, 2 casks Ge- neva, 2 boxes linens, Wm. Wilson ; 5 bales linens, 10 boxae apparel, 1 do. pickles, 40 half bands red her- ring«, 60 kegs while lead, 40 jars linseed oil, 6 bdls, bags, 13 packages and 14 casks raisins, 11 firkins butter, 10 boxes cottons,2 do. piinted goods, 2 do. marbles, 2 do. musical instruments, 1 do. paintings Australian Company's Agent ; 2 hhds. wine, 1 box linen -to order-, 2 cart wheels and 1 axle-tree C.     Thompson, 12 bales linens N. Aspinall, 11 do. do. 1 box twine, 1 do. damask, 4 do. printing materials Thos. Walker; 2 casks linens, 30 boxes tobacco pipes, 1 do, apparel, 2 do...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

ON SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED. GENTLEMEN'S superfine beaver and men's plated lint», ladies' beuver bonnets, striped and white shiits, duck frock« and trowsers, fustian trowsers, swaiitdown waistcoats, drawers, fustians, shilling and printed calicoes, and gentlemen's Wel- lington boots; also, Sussex hops in fine preservation, Vinegar in smJI casks, ten sheet iron, Manilla rope, canvas assorted in Nos. Cipe butler ni small casks, Dutch aud ¡sydney cheese and Brazil tobáceo. W. M. ORR. ON SALE AT TUB Sl'ORISá OF THE' UNDERSIGNED. ISLE of France sugar of superior quality, Cognac Biantly,iHollumls and Jamaica rum 31 O.P. in bond, London porter, also the following choice as- sortment of Wines:-Champaign, Claiet, Sautcrne, Vin de (¿rave and Madeira VViue in cask and bot- tles. VV. M. ORR. NEW LIVERY STABLES. WAI HORNE begs io inform his friends and «. the ptiuliu that his new Livery Stables in Liverpool-street, are now open, and lie trusts by un-* remitting care and attention to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 October 1828

¡Somerset Arms Inn, New town road, .ky MAKEPEACE in taking this opportunity of iK/# returning thanks to bi« friends and the pub- lic in general for those favours «[reidy conferred upon bimi hopes from a striot attention to their fu- ture commands a continuance of thit patronage with winch-they hate hitherto so highly distinguished hint, & respectfully begs leave to inform them that he has greatly enlarged and improved his house for-their ac- commodation, where those who may be pleased to honor him with their company will find that the com- forts of his establishment are equal, if not superior, to any in Hobart town, and at moderate charges. R. M likewise begs \o inform those who reside in the interior that his object but been in the alteration of1 his house to make it a comfortable and cheap re- sidence for them during'their stay in town. N.B. Dinners provided at the shortest notice, wines and spirituous liquors warranted of the best quality, good beds, etc. Hornes taken in ...

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FIELD FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

FfELD FLOWERS. llir T- CAMPBELL. Ya field flowers ! 1I11 garden« eclipse you, 'tis'true, Yet, wildingstif Nature, I doat upon you, For ye waft me to summers of old, When tbe earth teem'd around me with fairy delight, And when daisies and buttercups gladden'd my sight, Like treasures-, of silver and gold« I love you for Inllinjr me back into drëatrti W""»3'?? Of ihe blue. Highland mountains and echoing streams, Arid of broken glades breathing their balm. While the deer was. seen glancing in sunshine remote, And the deep mellow crush of the wood-pigeon's note Made music that sweeten'd the calm. Not a pastoral song has a pleasanter tune '. , Than ye «petk lo my heart, lilllo wildings of Juni : Of old ruinous castles ye tell, Where I thought it delightful your beauties to find, When the magic of Nature first breath'd on my miud, And your blossoms were part of her spell. Ev n now what «flections the violet awakes ; What lov'd little islands, twice seen in their lakes, Can the wild water-...

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The HOBART TOWN GAZETTE NOVEMBER 1, 1828[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

The HOBART TOWN GAZETTE NOVEMBER 1, 1828, His Majesty has been pleased to appoint the Reverend W. H. Browne to be an Assistant Chap- lain in the Island of Van Diemen's land.     Mr. John Young is appointed a Division Con- stable in the room of Mr. George Dixon. Henry O'Hara is a Petty Constable. Mr. Evan Henry Thomas has been duly licensed as an Auctioneer and Vendue Muster in the County of Cornwall. Mr. James Hortle is appointed keeper of the Pound at Norfolk plains. Tickets of leave are granted to Ed. Tilley, George Pope, Rose, the wife of Thomas Daley. Mary Con- ner and Wm. Scott. Robert Browett is to be a Petty Constable, vice Everett resigned. John Wilkinson, James Shalvey, John Jones, James Handley and Alexander Adams are appointed to the Field Police. Henry Walker has resigned, and Godfred Hanske is dismissed from the same.   Certificates have been obtained by John Wheatley, Charles Drewery, Samuel Thacker, Joseph Holmes, John Wilkins an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

Commissariat Contracts TENDERS for the undermentioned Contracts to be entered into for Twelve Months, com mencing 25th of December, 1828, and terminating the 25th of December, 1829, will be received at 12 o'clock of Tuesday 16th of December instant. His Majesty's Stores, Hobart town : About 3500 pounds of Fresh Meat Weekly... The Troops :- , Fresh Meat and Bread. Colonial Hospital, Female Factory, Male and Fe maleOrphan Schools .   Fresh Meat, Bread, Vegetables and Milk. Gaol, Ships of War and Transports .   Fresh Meat, Bread and Vegetables. Prisoners' Barracks : Fresh Meat. Out-stations : New Norfolk-Fresh Meat, Flour, Wheat, Meal and Vegetables. Bothwell, Mead's Bottom, Regent's Plains, Abys- sinia and Shannon:-Fresh Meat and Floor, and both articles to be furnished by same Contractor. Glenarchy, Bagdad, Brighton, Lemon Springs, Oatlands, St. Peter's Pass, Richmond, Sorell, and Berch's Bay ¡-Fresh Meat, Flour and Wheat Meal. Oyster Bay-j-Fresh Meal and Fl...

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THE FOLLOWING IS A SPECIMEN OF THE ITINERARY of Van Diemen's land, (To be published in the HOBART TOWN ALMANACK,) At the Courier Office, on he 1st January next. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

THE FOLLOWING IS A SPECIMEN OF THE ITINERARY of Van Diemen's land, (To be published in the HOBART TOWN ALMANACK,) At the Courier Office, on the 1st January next. Newtown and Glenarchy. - On leaving Hobart town, Mount Wellington being 4 miles to the left, at the distance of two miles a small road turns off on the right hand to the lower part of New town. The first house of any note which the traveller meets with is, on crossing the bridge over the New town rivulet, Mr. Lepine's public house, called the Rose. Lower   down on the rivulet is Mr. Gatehouse's brewery, the country seats of Messrs. Beamont, Fletcher, Fryett, and Hone, and on the opposite side that of Captain Bell, as also the residence of the late Mr. Broughton. On the left, about a mile from the road is Roseway lodge, the present residence of the Colonial Treasurer, and near it is the King's male orphan school, formerly       Major de Gillhern's distillery, and subsequently Messrs. Hu...

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