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

FOR LONDON VIA SYDNEY. «aSUvB PT^HE fine fast sailing first class ship ?TftfgF- J_ MERMAID, GUI) tons, W. Hen, niker, Commander, having tile greater part of der cargo engaged at Sydney; will be the first ves- sel from that port to London direct! Has morn for about SOO tons of freight from this, and will remain here until the 15th November. s Tim Mermaid hat very superior accommodation for passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy, For ft eight or passage to Sydney or London, ap- ply to the Commander, or to W. WILSON, Agent. FOK SYDNEY. ^3§î|{;r,'|r^HE first class Ship Prikce Geonnu, fp^fW,* JL Michael Andrew, commander, 450 tous, will itail for the abuve port to-morrow. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board .r to the undei signed. DAWES and HEWITT, Agents. For Launceston Direct. ^áS^nnHE fine fast sailing sloop ELIZA "KESaS, JL HBTH HENRIMTA, now lying at ainuor iu the Derwent. For.freight apply to Mr. Innis. Harrington street, October 29,1823. ...

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

SALE ÖY AUCTION, BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Monday the 3d of November, if not previously disposed of by Private Contract, in which case they will be sold remarkably cheap, for an approved Bill of three months : FROM 1200 to 1500 SHEEP, of the improved woolled breed, several hundred of which will fetch Ten Shillings each, at least, in a few weeks hence, when they will be fit for the Knife, being now grazed opon one of the best Summer Stock runs in the Colony. ALSO, , At the same time and place, ABOUT 80 fine Milch COWS, with Calves, many worth from Seven to 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 cheap, either in small Lots or otherwise. The Sheep and Cattle are now gracing upon a most extensive run, comprising upwards of 3000 Acres, where they may remain, either on " the thirds," or otherwise, thus affording a most eligible opportunity to...

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[?]Y POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

COUNTRY POST. Pittwater, Oct.27. On Saturday last, Mr. Walpole, son-in-law to Captain Glover, was in search of some cattle, about two or three miles from the hut on his stock farm, on the coast opposite Maria Island, in company with one of the servants; they had separated at no great distance when he heard the man call out very loud. Mr. Walpole went towards him, when he saw a tribe of natives attempting to surround him, two or three of them making a circuit to get beyond him discovered. Mr. W., who deliberately       waited till they came within 40 yards, , and when in the the act of throwing, he fired and shot one dead on the the spot. This probably saved both their lives. The man had a spear through his hat. As they could not get the musket which the man carried to go off, they thought it useless to pursue them, and they returned to the hut, which they found plundered of every thing, all the     clothes, and bedding...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 1, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 November 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 1, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on the 26th, the Brig Dragon, J. G. Briggs, commander, from Port Louis 14th September with 1014 bags sugar for Captain Briggs, 20 casks wine, 107 cases brandy, 5 tierces and 100 cases wine, 204 bags rice, 41 cases and four bags sundries, 151 bags sugar, to order. Passengers, Mrs. Brigg«,& Mr. John Gardiner. Sailed on the 24th H. M. S. Rainbow, on a cruise. On the 26lh the Brig Margaret, A. Craig, for Sydney.       We understand a proclamation by His Excellency is on the eve of publication, regarding the blacks, authorizing stronger measures for the safety of the people than have hitherto been in use. Mrs. Langford and her little daughter are, we are happy lo learn likely to recover from the dreadful wounds they received in the late attack from the na lives at the Green ponds. The parties who went in pursuit of the murderers returned without ...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

THE COUNTRY POST. OATLANDS, Oct. 31. 1828 - Mr. Benj. Nokes landlord of the Albermarle Inn, York plains, was con- Ticted on the 27th instant, before Messrs Anstey and Sutherland, of having on the 19th and 21st of Oct. committed two breaches of his recognizance.   On the same day (the 27th,) a long investigation took place respecting the affray' noticed in our last,   between private Byrne of the Royal Staff Corps, and constable Hopkins of the Field Police, in the Alber- marle Head, on the Ölst inst. It appeared that the -?wound inflicted on Byrne was not of a serious na tore, and after examining a number of witnesses it could not be ascertained, which of the two, Byrne oi Hopkins, was the first ng'ressor, or in 'what ninnnei the wound in Byrne's back had been iutticied, as they both bad knivus in their hands when the scuffle first commenced. Hopkins and Crossingham, were dis- missed from the field police, for neglect of duly in Having been absent from their...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

R. lerali) storer kegs . man liv'd turn. him thus decline,« i said'that Death must come ; wondered wJbat his oil could be Some said his nie was rum. At last the very cause was known Of every pang he felt Remoto, at one end of the town, Miss Martha Towns-end dwelt, A portly, love-resisting dame, Contemptuous,, proud, and haughty ; And yet, though " fat and forty " too, She was not two-and-forty. And Willy long had sought and sighed, To gain this pretty maid ; I have no trade, said he, so sure My love can't be beti ay'd To Martha, then, be trembling went, ' And said, my dear, 'tis true, Though I have nothing in my store, I've love in slore for you. And if thon wilt, thoo mny 'st become-^ But here his tongue was ty'd ! Arid though she willed, yet she said, She ne'er would be his bride. Then turning Willie out of doors, She said, go, goalong; I hate the man who's always Wright, Yet always doing wrong. 1 leave you then, said he, farewell ! Of peace I'm now bereft ;." If I am always Wiigh...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND WOOL. We bave great pleasure in laying before our read- ers the following letters on this to us, most important subject, with which we have been kindly favoured : Extract of a letter, dated Loudon, 29th May, 1828, to James Grant, Esq. of Hobart town. .'The' wools sent home by you per Lang are of such evident improvement, that they sold as under, viz: JMH3atls. Id. per Jb. .' 2 at Is. 3d. *. SF 3 at Is. 5d. «' IC/SSF. 4'atls. 4d.' " Of which with the rest we send yon the catalogue. In fact yoi: have only to go ,ou to infuse and (J i Hute the improved breed of sheep, to produce quality and quantity, and to assort the fleeces properly, and you will reuch (lint permanent improvement in tim value and price of your wools, which will be of tim utmost consequence to all your interests, It has happened to us to be of main importunes to the colonies. Our friend Mr. Western, the M.P, for Essex, applied to us for aiiyjiiformation relative to the impoitaiit inquiry now before a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

SALES BY AVCTÎQN, At -the Ctoss' Màtsn, AN extensive Sale by Auction of HORSES, CATTLE and SHEEP, will take place at tha Cross Marsh Market-place, on Wednesday the 26th of November next, at 12 o'clock, by RICHARD WILLIAM FRYETT : Lot 1 consists of G beautiful Merino Ram«, and 200 fine woolled Ewe«, _ 2 6 Rams, and 200 Ewe«. 3N 6 Ditto, 200 Ditto, 4 6 Ditto, 200 Ditto, _ , -, , The above Sheep are particularly reoommtnded to Settlers and other«, having been selected from oat of the finest Flooks in Van Diemen'« Land. _, Six Months Credit to Purchaser« above «£M tipM approved Bills. Immediately after the «ftoiwj BY MR. R. W. FRYETT, ONE Hundred and Fifty Head of superior bred CATTLE, Cows, Heifers, and Steers. Terms, Three Months Credit to Purchaiers above «£20, and Six Months above £50 on approved Bill«. Immediately after the above, BY R. W. FRYETT, EIGHT FINE HORSES, consjiting of Mare», Colts, and Fillies. Term«, Three Months Credit io Purchaser« above Twenty Pounds upon approved S...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 8, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 8, I82S. TRADE AND SHIPPING. ' Arrived on Friday the ship Henry Wellesley, Cap- tain J. F. Church, from London 16th of June, with a general cargo intended for the Sydney market. Passengers for Van Dieman's Land :-A. Montagu, Esq. Attorney General, Messrs. Gallot, J. Parkinson,   H. Parkinson, Worboys, Hemsley, Warner   Mrs. Savery and son, Mrs. Christie and child, Mr and Mrs. Hyland and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs Smith and 8 children, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and 5 children. The following propose to settle at Sydney in prefe- rence to Van Diemen's land, though we will not vouch for the accuracy of our information, nor that they will not return after they have tried it at Sydney, viz:- The lady of Lieutenant Carne, 46th regiment, and 6 children, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Pendrey, 2 daughters and a son, and about 26 steerage passengers. On Saturday tue barque Wate, Captain Win. Hide, from fondón, Guernsey 8...

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[From the Gazette.] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

[From the Gazette.] Mr. Gilbert Robertson, is a Chief District Constable Messrs. A. Lang, John Stacey, H. Morrisby, John James, W. Wilson. W. Rumney, George Armytage, are appointed poundkeepers, and division constables, Mr. F. Flexmore is poundkeeper, vice Pullen resigned, H. M'Giunes, E. Boultlbee, A. Thrupp, are division constables. John Longworth, William Wilson, and W. Benison, (Commodore Hayes) are appointed to the Field Police, And W. Grant is dismissed from the same for disobedience. Elis:. Bannister. J. Levett, W. Warp, J. Powell, El. Vaughan, J. Grimes, J. Potter, J. Scholfield, Ellen Roberts, Deb. Saunders, and W. Wallace, have obtained certificates. Tickets of leave.have been granted to John Brawn, T, Lees, D. Hughes, J. Staines, John Lamb, and T. York.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

Just landed ex Margaret, And on Sale by the undersigned, TOBACCO PIPES with small heads. Bleached linen Drill. Warren's liquid Blacking. l Hoop Iron. Claret in hogsheads, first quality. Geneva, &c. &.o. W. WILSON. A ON SALE, PATENT Iron Chain Cable ; a fine assortment of round, square, and flat Iron ; also, nail rod Iron, which will be sold on very low terms. Apply to Mr. Kerr, Macquarie st. ON SALE AT the Stores of the undersigned, Paint Oil, SaUd Oil. Fish Sauces, Canvas, Wearing Appnrri, Boots mid Shoes, Prints, Osnssbur-lis, lîussîu Sheeting, blue Cloth, Claret, Sherry, Vidonia and Port Wines assorted, Iron, Glass Tumblers, Earthen- ware, Ace. which will be disposed ofbv the Packige on reasonable teims by Join« Ki.nit, Macqimie-streer. "HEREAS, a report lins been circulated in Hobart town, by certain individuals, that the Derwent Bank is to close in transactions on or soon after the 31st December next, the Directors hereby give ibis public notice, pledging themse...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 8 November 1828

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

ÎJV addition to the above list, ROUERT MATHER lias leceived by the Alice, and other late arri ,'- vals, the following GOODS of the most superior 1 vqualify that ever entered the Colnnv, which he is enabled to sell as cheap as the CHEAPEST in ! Hobart town, for ready money or an approved bill at 4 months to purchasers above 201. What do you think I tfthiit ? 100 pair of Ladies* Stays (various), some of I a very superior description. t' " 150 very superior barragon Coatees 52ditto ditto ditto Jackets . 62 ditto ditto ditto Wniscoats "j - 62 ditto ditto ditto Trowsers 84 Remarkably strong cord Jackets (lined) " * 84 Ditto ditto Waistcoats (ditto) , ¡ 84 Ditto ditto Trowsers (ditto) i 70 Superfine blue cloth Jackets *,r 70 Pair ditto ditto Trowsers '1 14 Dozen strong linen Shirts > ; > 70 Ditto stout cotton Shirts of large sizes / A few pair of Dress Kerseymere Trowsers "i;'< Some elegant aad fashionable) made blue and »j olive Surtout Coats, drab jean Trowsers, book, m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

' Bxtract of« letter from a gentleman at Edilihurgh to a friend in Van Diemcn's land : " I have sent you also a letter from-who you will observe has taken a farm in Cast Lothian, and given up all iden of emigrating. '1 he accounts from your colony are rather unfavourable, and the statements of the Sydney writers in the Lund n pa per» being much against Van Du-men's land, have had a bad effect here, and whioli remain unanswered. There are howe.'er many who wish to emigrate to Van Diemcn's land, if they had the means to carry them out; and there arc others with capital who are in- clined to emigrate, but are afraid from the idea of the insecurity of property, and the high charges for the necessaries they Would have to buy, which they all say are more than an equivalent to a rent. Cobbett odd Fearon, wlio have both written strongly against ¿migrating, to the back settlements of the United Siates, bress hard upon this point, and the slow re- turns in .every new country. Every thing you ...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

THE COUNTRY POST   ; Tullochgorum, Break o'day Plains. Nov. 13, 1828.-The Manlius has brought mc a letter of which the enclosed is an extract, and, as there are returns of sales at less prices than were quoted in the Courier last week, for my bales per Lang, I think you v.ill s>ct the propriety of publishing the extract in explana- tion, and for further encouragement at this interest- ing season to all wool growers. I am convinced my superiority consisted only in the cleaning and sorting, as a great deal of wool as fine as mine, and finer perhaps, went in the Lang. I am but a beginner, but as the sales have netted mu on the average about I4d. I am quite satisfied at pre- sent. I believe the buyers are a little vetfcd with us for spoiling their market, but although I Jove them dearly, and am anxious to return their friendship, I am still more anxious to see the settlers of Van lUeuun's land, establish for themselves by their in- dustry and exertions, a permanent reput...

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[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

IS á bnded from the France, and I assortment of bats, pines, |>nnet ribbands Prints and gingt! Irish linens and calicoes, Bandannas, Marcella for waisfcoating, Swansdown waistcoats, Figured stuffs and Circassians, ' Boys' superfine dresses, of various sizes and colours, Superfine and second broad cloths, Kerseyhieres, Scarlet and ladies' pelisse cloths, Blue and yellow nankeen*, Blankets, Silk and cotton umbrellas, i White drill and brown, and white drill trowsers, Scotch caps Linen and cotton bed-ticking, Barrogon coal ees and trowsers, Scotch sheeting, Rope, sewing and Seine twine, and hemp, Velveteen, fustians, corduroy dresses, and printed moleskins. Foolscap paper, pens, black and red ink, wafers, and sealing wax, Clothes, hair, hal, and nail brushes, Paste and liquid blacking, Canister mid coarse powder and shot, Ladies' and gentlemen's riding whips, t Ladies'and childrens'beaver hats, ** Gentlemen's superfine black nnd drab hats," Ready made superfine coals and trowsers, W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

FOR LONDON via SYDNEY. PTT1HE fine fast sailing first class ship _X MERMAID, ODO tons, W. Hen. uikar. Commander, having the greater part of hej Cctrgo engaged at Sydney; will be the first ves- sel from that port to London direct. Ha» room for about 200 tuns of freight from this, ami wili re.tiiii.t here until the 15th November. The. Mermaid has very, superior accomiiioihtioti for passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy, For freight or passage to Sydney or London, ap- ply to the Commander, or to * _W. WILSON, Agent. N Sale at the storer of KEMP and Co. import- ed par Margaret from Leith : Drill trowsers, Huckaback towelling, Diaper, sheeting, .: Three' bushel sacks, sacking, Pate sherry and Malaga Madeira in boga beads. O ELEÖANT CUT GLASS. W^ WATCHORN, has just received perCo 0 ronet, superb cut.decanters, out in dia- monds fill over, sun cut decanters, diamond cut but- ter coolers and sugars, diamond cut tumblers and wine g1 isscs, diamond cat salts, and a ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

The Hobart town Almanack, ILL be published on Satuiday the 27th De- cember. HE HOB ART-TOWN CALLNIMR, with blank leaves between, for tile Pocket, will lie Published on Thursday next tbe2Jth instant at Tut Cop ki I. it Ofi'ici:,_| Sheriffs Oßce, November l->, I&süS« lu the Supreme Court, Lyttleton v. Rise)j. Murray v. Sam««. On Tuesday the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock, the Sher- iff will positively cause to be put up fot sale by Public Auction, «t,Cove Point, ABOUT loo head of horned cattle, more or less, consisting of quiet milch cows, heifers, and steers, worthy attention.-A credit of 3 months to purchasers above ,-f 20, on approved hills. On «Saturday the 29th instant, at 12 o'clock, the Sheriff will positively cause to be put up for sale by Public Auction, at Kimbolton Park« High Plainsj AN old black mare, with a tilley foal at her foot, 3 bullock carts, 3 ploughs, 3 pair of harrows, 10 pair of bows and yokes, 10 bullock chains, 40 corn sacks,-4 sides of bacon, 5 hams, ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 15, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING.         On Saturday arrived the bark Alice, Cap. Todd, from London, 12th May, with goods (particulars in our next) and Messrs. Seagrim, Stuart 2, A. Orr, Snock, Cohen, Monds and Bungley. On Sunday the Maulius, Cap. Johnson, from Lon- don, with 175 mate prisoners, Surgeon Superinten- dent Dr. M'Tenían, who has kindly obliged us with some important news. Guard-Capt. Hughes and 30 privates of the 6*Sd. regt. On Tuesday H.M.S. Rainbow, sailed for India. Wheat 12s. a bushel. His Excellency returned to town on Thursday. By the latest accounts Oporto is in possession of Don Miguel. . HOUSE OF COMMONS, Jone 20. ilfr. Huskisson moved the order of the day for the committee on the New South Wales bill. Sir James Mackintosh was led to take a warmer part in this question, because he had learned by his experience in a distant part of the empire, how great an effect in spre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 November 1828

Commissariat Contracts, TENDERS for the undermentioned Contracts to be entered into for 'lüelve Months, com- mencing 25th of December, 1828, and terminating the 24th of' December, 2829, «ill be received at 12 o'clock of Tuesday loth of December instant. HIS MAJESTY'S STORES, Hobart Town : ABOUT 3500 lbs. FRESH MEAT WEEKLY. THE TROOPS : FRESH MEAT and BREAD. Colonial Hospital, Female Factory, Male and Female Orphan Schools : .FRESH MEAT, BREAD. VEGETABLES AND MILK. Gaol, Ships of War Sf Transports : FRESH MEAT! BREAD and VEGETABLES. - Prison RM? B-arracks : JtRESH MEAT. OUTSTATIONS : New Norfolk-Fresh Moat, Flour, Wheat, Meat and Vegetable!. Hollow Tree or Lower Glyde, Bothwell, Mead'i Bottom, . Regent's Plains, Abjssii.ia, and Shannon: - Fresh Meat and Flour, and both artioles to be furnished by same Contractor. Glennrohy, Bagdad, Brighton, L< mon Springs, Oatlands, St. Peter's Pans. Richmond, Sort li, and Berch's Bay :-Fresh Menr, Floor and Wheat Meal. Oyster Bay-Fresh M...

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