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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 December 1828

Survey Office, TOWN ALLOTMENTS CONTINUED, NOTICE is hereby given, that grants or leases, (according to the nature of the buildings), will be issued to the undermentioned applicants, for   'the respective allotments in Hobart town, hereunder described, unless caveats shall be entered in this office against such issue of the same, on or before the 31st of December next. 41. Benjamin Jones. No. 52, Elizabeth street, N.E. by Elizabeth street, S.E. by E: Eddington, Risby, Clark, and G. Hopwood, S.W. by G. Hop. wood, N.W. by Thomas Priest, and George Lang- ford. 42. Benjamin Jones, (late J. Fawkner,) 44, Col- lins street, N.W. by Collins street. N.E. by D. Lord, S.W. by (late)W. Parsons, and S.E. by John Bell. 43. R. L. Murray, 51, Macquarie street, N.W. by Macquarie street, S.W. by Mrs. Hodgson, S.E. by D-. Lord, and N.E. by (formerly) G. P. Read. 44. George Woodward, 6, Argyle street, S W. b3 Argyle street, S,E. by (formerly) J. Swftn,*N.E. hy- the Presbyterian Church groun...

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[?]OST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 December 1828

POST. been informed   sly, that a large Hooper's hut, in morning, and property. They stole money which open. This af   the man belonged to direction of the Clyde This is supposed to be that threw a spear at Mr. Hobbs, near Jerusalem, two or three days ago. Bothwell, Dec. 15. - A horde of Aborigines entered   that district yesterday, after killing James Jones, a freeman, servant to Michael and Henry Jones the lime burners, at the Black marsh. The body of the unfortunate man was found this morning covered with spear wounds, in a water hole in the Jordan, near his master's house. Intelligence has reached this township that a soldier of the 40th stationed on the Shannon was this morning wounded severely in the shoulder by a spear. The man was unconscious of a foe lurking so near him until he received the wound. The incessant activity and vigilance dis- played by Lieutenant Williams of the 40th for the protection of this district, are the theme of everyone's &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 December 1828

FREIGHT and PASSAGE. For Liverpool Street, xOLrrtHE fine fast sailing brig MARGA sW J_ RET, burthen 250 tons, A. GRAIG, Commander, tciW positively return from Sydney on n or before the 25ih instant, to fill up for .the above port. Early, application is requested to be made for freight and passage, as her stay here will be very abort, having the greater part of her cargo already The Margaret has superior accommodations for a limited number of Passengers, and will carry an ex- perienced Surgeon of'the Kuyal Navy. Apply to r THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell street, Nov. 13,1828. FOR LONDON DIRECT, The Ship MERMAID, 'N consequence of a very considerable ^^____ . quantity of freight having offered from tins port, the Commander.has been induced to relinquish his engagements at Sydney» and is now loading the above vessel with Wool, JBuik, &c. for London direct. Io order to afford every rncility and accommoda- tion to shippers, the Commander «ill keep the .ships boats running t« and...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 December 1828

F Hobart Town Rook Society. ILj'Sof the Newspapers to the 10th August bave arrived by the Roslyn Castle. JA mrs Ross. GOODS per MARY. G LANGFORD - respectfully acquaints the « -Public that he has an excellent assortment of GOODS to land from the shove ship. Ten Pounds Reward. IN addition to the reward offered hy Captain Floy- er for the discovery of the author of the Letter delivered at the Macquarie Hotel on the night of the 1st instant, I hereby offer a Reward of Ten Pounds. The Letter was delivered by a mnn muffled up in a cloak. W. BUNSTER. To the Directors and Proprietors of the Derwent Bank. GENTLIMEN : I beg to offer myself to your notice as a Candidate for the situation of Accountant to the Derwent Bank, vacant by the retirement of Mr. Leake. Should I be 80 fortunate as to be elected, my lest exertions shall be used in the faithful discharge of the important duties which attach to the oOloe, and in endeavouring to forward the inteieat of that valuable establishment. I bare t...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 December 1828

From the Gazette' of this Day. Tenders may be sent to tho Colonial Secretary, by Tucodav, 6ih January, and samples on the same day to the Orduance Storekeeper, to supply for.the pub- lic service-I3lbs. bees wax, 4 gross shoemaker's awl», 9 dozen gimlets, 3 dozen spike gimlets, 12 tailors'thimbles, 1 steering compass, 1 hour glass. Tickets of leave have been gianted to W. Forbes Duncan, John Tell, Soloman 'Green, W. Junes, Terence Mooney, Michael Waters, James Murphy. Certificates of freedom -have been obtained by Jame* Clees, Joseph Shaw, George Warwick, Emanuel Brown. . John Dumpster, Mark Solomon, William Gilbert, are appointed javelin men and constables. This Gaaette also contains a proclamation of the appointment,'by HI»'Majesty of John Lewes Pedder, £>(]. Chief Juitiue, John Barnett, Esq. Colonial Se cetary, William Henry Hamäton, Kiq. AdolarUt i W. H. .Humphrey, Esq. Thomas Anstey, Esq. T. Archer. Esq. Edward Abbett, Eiq. to be Members or the Legislative Council, and in cac...

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THE PIRATE NEAR THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 December 1828

THE PIRATE NEAR THE LINE. We leam that the pirates lately taken at Cadi« will be brought to ibis country. (Lonion ) in a King'» ship, in order to be tried for the affair of the Morning Star. It appears that these fellows had been driven ashore by stress of weither and that while at Cadix they endeavoured to negocíate bills on the house of Baring and Brothers, which excited suapioion, and finally led to the apprehension of 17 of them. The) vessel in which they committed all their depredations isa schooner, formerly employed as a slave ship- In order to obtain possession of this ship the erew mor dered the captain and mate. , Tbey then elected another captain, hut be not answering their purpose, they murdeied him. Amongst their captures was the Amiric.in ship Topaz, bound from Calcutta to Bos- ton, the crew of which they murdered and then set fire to the vessel. 'I hey have destroyed several other vessels, the crews and passengers of «hieb they also murdered. Altogether they are suppo...

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

GOODS per MARY. GEORGE LANGFORD bis received blue and black superfine cloths, kerseymeres «rid stcond cloths, ladies' fine Leghorn bonnets and flats, feathers and flowers for ditto, black silk and coloured velvets, fine thread lace and edgings, melt's bats and children's beavers, muslins of various quali- ties, silk handkerchiefs sand net, hosiery, gloves and ribbons, white and coloWed.. cambrics, black crape, White ditto, black and coloured ssrsnetfi, black mid coloured Persians, fine linen and brown Holland, ailk »tay and boot laces, galloons, ferrets and bind- ings, counterpanes and quilts, carpeting and green baize, steel and gilt watch chains, dido ribbons, spectacles in silver and tortoise-¡?bell, quills, pen and pocket knives, fleam, pruning, large ditto, scissors of sizes, and sheep shears, silver wiied tooth brushes, common ditto, hair, nail, clothes arid shoe brushes, Windsor soap, shaving boxes t%ilh glasses, Warrella, plush and other waiscnaliiigs, black «¡Ik and coloure...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 December 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived at Launceston, on Wednesday the 17th instant, the ship Timandra, 370 tons, G. Wray, from London, with 376 ewes and 14 rams, 16 ewes and 1 ram having died on the passage, 35 tons salt and 10 tons iron for the Van Diemen's land Company, be- sides about 40 tons of goods for private individuals. Passengers, Mr. John Archer and son. Arrived at Launceston on Saturday the 20th Dec. the ship Lady Rowena from London 16th Aug. with   305 sheep, 25 tons salt, 25 tons iron for the Van   Diemen's land Company and about 20 tons goods for Hobart town, for which place she will sail in a few days. Passengers Messrs. T. Thain and Jos. Thickly. Arrived on Tuesday 22d inst, the ship Lang, 356 tons, Capt. John Lusk, from London 19th August, having made the hpme and outward voyage in 11 months and 12 days. She brings a large assortment of merchandize, among which are 270 casks beer, 86 puncheons ru...

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

/ ParImSêcitHrStor«, Tg ^PARKER begs to inform bia friends., analto«., ^tea/tlm^/oljojivlng .spirits, goods, dp. nponr«$, .&n«ïne^îogna£ Ijr^dy, 'fine * Hóli«bd¿ e^o^rw j¡'" '«(nato» mm) superior" CajpeTwine,* Sioih'an ditto, in qnaati'tiès notjess thin S gallons, a few.oalka of Tay wr'a dnntnVbrown stout, ~ JliUirisreurranfS, spices, ¿coi j$«se,Cork Batter, "per; firkin, ( *, JJoleh «nd^yijney oléese, í ADglji^soap ia Efe lb-boxes, by tb« loft or bpt ï^^.bowlpipçs percate or box Ligaíd blacking in- casks or» per single bottle, ,Hy»on skh?.tea in cbrçs^hslïend quarter ditto Iain of france Sùgarper ton and bag, ^ t , Braxil tobacco per basket, negrohead ditto. r Durham, mustard by. tin) lb. or half lb. Starch ana stone hide ' Irish pork and bacon » Ground coffee ana pepperplamp oil 8s. per gallon (Bolton, wiok, white wine vinegar, liverpool tait ' Saltpetre, shoemakers' flax Itidian'eaTico 5,-sWi wide, wive and sbittbnltoni Bett table rice in baga Wilmot^sup?rfl_nef6olse*ppsm...

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

Freight and Passage to Sydney. _S¡§ÍÍi>nPHTi fine fast sailing ship LANG, _ Captain John Lusk, will ssil for tlni above purt in 10 days. Hat very superior accom- modation for Passengers. Apply to the Commander on boa-d or to _W. M. ORR. Agent. FOR SYDNEY, The fast sailing first class brig Hunter, 257 tons, Captain Atkins, will sail     for Sydney in a few days. For freight or passage,   apply to CROMBIE MACLAREN & Co.   FOR SYDNEY. VÊsjJiUfe TH11!2 fine f** f»«l'nff ""g HEBE, i^mlsTii .*- Samuel Richmond Cominander, will sail for the above port, on or about the '¿1st inst. For freight or passage apply to W. WILSON, Agent. Daily expected from Launceston. FOR LONDON via LAUNCESTON, <«»$51t& Pl^HE fine fast sailing ship TIMAN _í___ .1 DRA, G. Wray, Commander, coppered and eopper fastened. As her stay here will not be protracted, and the principal part of her cargo ready fur shipment on her return to Launc...

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[?] POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 December 1828

>Í>03t; signs of the natives,- in just left their fires and kangairoo and opossum, in constable Tattersall and rday morning. They -Early yesterday morn- police unexpectedly encountered hut, at the Rushy lagoon, Eastern Marshes and the Blue hills. The place is about 12 feet long by 9 wide, and the in- mates on the entrance of the constables were all fast asleep, lying on the floor, to the number of 5 men, 2 women named Sarah Johnson and Charlotte Tur- ner, runaways, and a child. These women declared they had just entered the hut, and that for 25 days before they had not visited a human dwelling, but had sustained themselves in the bush. They and one of   the men are lodged in Oatlands gaol. LAUNCESTON, Dee. 22, Besides the ships Timandra ! and Rowena, the Fanny arrived from Circular head on Wednesday, and the Elizabeth Henrietta sailed for Hobart town on Tuesday, and the same day the Waterloo for Sydney. Remain in the harbour, Tim- andra, Rowena, 1 letty and Fanny....

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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

LAUNCESTON.   1. William Barnes, No. 11, Patterson street, S.E. by Patterson street, N.W. by the river, N.E. by Crown land, and s.w. by the Government Mill.   2. William Barnes, No.3, William street, S.E. by   William street, N.E. by (formerly) Robert Bostock, N.W. by River street, and S.W. by William Barnes. 3. William Barnes, 2. William Street, S.W. by St. John street, S.E. by William street, N.E. by William Barnes, and N.W. by River street 4. James H. Reibey, No. 6, William st. S.E. by William street, N.E. by J. Simmonds, No. 7, Wil- liam street, N.W. by the river, and S.W. by the street leading to the Wharf. 5. James Houghton, No. 57, Brisbane street, N.W. by Brisbane street, S.W. by William Bray, and Mrs. White, S.E, by James Houghton, and N.E. by James Ash. 6. J. W. Gleadow, late R. H. Marr, 3, St. John   street, N.E. by St John street, N.W. by John Dell, M. Wilson, and J. Lowe, S.W. by A. Russell, and S.E. by R. W. Marr. GEO...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

'From the Gazette of this Day.   TENDERS have been accepted at the Surveyor General's Office for the renting of Crown land, (rent payable from the 1st instant) from W. A. Be thuse 300 acres, John Connell 1000, Thomas Fletcher 1000, Anthony Geiss 1000, William Gray 500, Michael Steel 500, Archibald Smith 500, W. S. Sharland 500, Robert Taylor 2000.           John Lee Archer is appointed Justice of Peace. Mr. John Allen, jun. is appointed a special con stable, and John Dunlop, George Waters, George Edgar and Thomas Waffer petty constables. Charles Englebert is appointed to the Field Police.       Tickets of leave are granted to W. Worsfold, R. Parkinson and George Good. W. Appleby has obtained a certificate of free   dom.     Mr. Joseph Cordell is dismissed from the situation of Pilot at Port Dalrymple.   &nbsp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

DERWENT BANK SHARES. , ¡THI OR Sale, a quantity of Derwent Bank Share«. J7. .May lie had separately, or to any person pur- chasing FIVE SHARES^ and upwards a credit of three, six, nine, and 12 months will be niven, Ap- ply toN JOHN ÍÍUNN. . GOOp^^MÀRZ it®*: *vs '^EORGE LANGFORDMs justrt.elrcd \Jf. B|u0 ,nd blank wwpeifnte cloths, Kerseymere and stcond cloths, Ladies' fine Leghorn bonnets and tiats, Feathers and flowers fur ditto, Black silk and coloured velvets, Tiue thread lace and edgings, . Men's hats and children's beavers, Muslins of varions qualities, Silk handkerchiefs and net, .Hosiery, gloves and ribbons, White and coloured cambrics, BJack crape, and white ditto, t ' Black and coloured ssrsnets, i Black and coloured Persians, Bilk stay and boot ls«r>s> *- <>s - - «* Galloons, ferrets and bindings, Bobbins, black tRpe, white ditto, . ?? Counterpanes and, quilts, Carpeting and green baize, Steel and gilt watch chain*, and keys Spectacles in silver and tort...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

IMPOUNDED       AT Jones's river, a white Cow, branded R on near shoulder, and tip off near ear, with a heifer calf, tip off near ear. A two year old Bull, brown with white back, no fire-brand. If tbe above are not claimed, expenses paid, and taken away within 31 days from this date, they will be sold to defray the same. _ J. CLARK, Poundkeeper. Dunrobin, Dec. 22.1828._ ' IMPOUNDED, A brindled Bullock, marked M on the near side. If not olaimed expense» paid, and taken away within 21 days.it will be «old to defray the, same. WILLIAM WILSON, Poundkeeper. Jerusalem, December 15,1828._ IMPOUNDED, AT Bagdad, 1 Cow, white back end belly and brown sides, brand E L on the near hipi and heifer Calf by her side, 1 light brown Cow branded R D on the near thigh, and a calf by her side, I dark brown Steer with white feet and tail, branded P W near hip. If the above are not taken away before the 7til of January next, they will be sold on that day to defray t...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

THE   HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING.   Sailed on Tuesday last the brig Lord Rodney, Capt. Makeig, for Launceston, with a general cargo of merchandize. No passengers.       The brig Hunter, Capt. Atkins is expected to sail to-morrow for Port Jackson, with the remainder of her import cargo. Passenger Mr. Peter Allan, from Greenock.                         The Caroline sails for the sperm fishery to-morrow.   Vessels in the harbour, - ships Mermaid; Roslyn   Castle, Sarah, Marquis of Lansdowne, Lang. - BRIGS Derwent, Prince Leopold, Hebe, Dragon, Hustler   Caroline, and hulk Duke of York.           Numerous carts loaded with wool have come to ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

1828 leases, lings), grants for hereunder fed in this For before the Liverpool street, N.W. ____ by Pat. Miller, S.E. by of feet wide, along the margin of Town rivulet, and s.w. by T. M. Mason. 62. B. Carvosso, 58, Melville street, the Wesleyan chapel ground, N.W. by Melville street, S.W. by   Murray street, W. Rayner, and J. Cobb, S.E. by W. Rayner, J. Cobb, F. Cobb, and W. Clarke, and N.E. by W. Templeman. (This includes an allotment at   the rear of the chapel, formerly Robert Taylor's).   63. Robert Jeffrey, late. William Wood, 81, Ba- thurst street, N. W by Bathurst street/ S.W. by Argyle street, 5.E. by J. Solomon's, and N b. by John Wood. 64. Robert Reid* fJbrm.erJy Thomas Kearney, formerly W. Clark, íorroefly, Wni. Newton, and fur nierly B, Carroll,) No. 37, Brisbane street N.W. by Brisbane street, b.w. by H Hopkins, ,s.E. by J. M'Kann, and - Jackson, and, H..K. by Brisbane .treet. " , ' ;. ' 65. John Bell, (formerly J. T."Wa(g.on&a...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. Launceston, Dec. 29. - We have no arrivals nor departures this week. His Honour, the Chief Jus tice,The Attorney General and the other members of the Court,arrived here on Tuesday last, but in consequence of the non attendance of Jurymen and witnesses, did not commence business until Saturday last.           The following prisoners have been disposed of : - Saturday, Dec.. 27. - Philip Large, convicted of a rape upon Margaret Stewart, a child 11 years old. Mr. Rowlands for the prisoner.           Samuel Pugh, charged with stealing in the dwel     ling house of Richard Heany one cloak value 3L. - Acquitted. Mr Rowlands for prisoner.         John Morrison, convicted of arson, in setting fire   to and burning a stack of wheat, value 300L, the pro- per...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

MRSi M ID WOOD beg« to announce; that the ' Young Lndtes of her Establishment will meet to resume their studies on Monday, the 2nd. of February next. . » ,: .> ' . y " . V Mrs. M. will.be happy, to engage with any young ladj of respectability, capable and desirous of avail- ing herself of( tile situation of an assistant in her Es- tablishment. ,< ,- .'-?'.,; .".'.. / '' . Roiboro'House, Hobart towrr, . .Jannary 1.1829. ?:...??????? - Y' Wiiii^LINGTON STOKES.; > yTop.of Liverpool-street.,' v/.. : ; W WATCHORN ha* jiiítipfeiíeiíl..!.' 'I ' ' ' . .*';'??:.!.,.'*? '.'.:?'?; ;;?.¡:4l^"Y-^Ä I.** { '.'.; Ladies' and children's shoes -Y, "i^Y' V ,î : Ladies* boots ';..,-;.-> . YY-j-'»'; .- '?.,?'?> 'i^Y"-á\; Geiirtemeirs'boots and shoes . ^ '?. . ' Y, - New pattern stout prints '??.' .*.-..';, Navarino chintz muslins.'. ':;'. ' ! 'Y"' Handsoiiie'chinlx furnitures.: ,»'.. -,,:'"iY .. . Fine ahirling and «tout calico . :i Real, thread face,arid crowns "!" V"<...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 January 1829

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND COMPANY. It is remarkable that Mr. Jorgenson, in the report of the Van Diemen's land company, does not say that he was in a fine country when traversing the Surrey Hills, which are otherwise described to be so eligible for settlers. In the map which accompanied he re-     port, and which professes to be formed from actual inspection, the whole of the western coast is incor-   rectly laid down, as discovered by later surveys.   Bays and inlets are delineated which do not exist, and the whole appears to be a mere copy of the old   charts of Ihe ¡sland, which were in a great measure grounded in hypothesis. Macquarie harbour is out of all proportion too large, which at least might have been copied correctly from the old charts, none of which give it so awkward an appearance on paper. JJKK Some strange inconsistencies appear in this ahonialoDs map. Lake Fergus is reade to block up' the coursé ofa htrgé riv...

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