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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 December 1817

H PUBLIC NO1 ICE. HOPAKT TOWN, Dec. 87th, 1^17. IwS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVEK NOR having beeil pleafed to order the preíent Quarter's Salaries to Officers, Superinten- dants, and others, payable by the Police Fund of Van * Diemen0* Land, to be ready for Payment on the 31ft Inftant, and the Vouch- ers being now in courte cf preparation, all fuch Perlons as are Paid Salaries horn. thisFund are requefted to apply at the Naval Office on Wednesdaynext, the 31st instant, between the Hours of One and Three.   By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, SAMUEL HOOD, Acting Treasurer of the Police Fund.     PUBLIC         POLICE OFFICE, HOBAHT TOWH< Friday, 16th December, 1817. WHEREAS Richard Ranken, a Prisoner, 5 feet 5 ½ inches high, sallow-complexion, black hair, brown eyes, aged about 37 years, by trade a Seaman; born at Barnet in Hertfordshire, tried in London in July, 1816, sent...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVIRNOR has thought^ i>r°Pcr to dire£t,«ihae Ml Public Communicatiôni which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN &E]PORTER, figned with any Officiai Signature, arc io be coniidered aa Official Communications made ±o thofe Perfoni *o whom they nrty relate 1Y COMMAND OF. HU HONOR, - . , W, A, Ross, Secretar},

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, 3d January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

Government Public Notice. Secretsry's Office, Hobart Town, od January, j8i8i A LL Female Priioifers not affigned io Service, and who are al lowed to be at large on their own Hands, m o ft have regular Tick- ets of Leave ; they are required ito apply st the Secretary's Office on Wednefday next, .the 7th Inftanf, between the Hours of Teh"* arid One ó'Glock, and to niing wich them in writing the Name* of 4Bc Ships in whicn they left England, the Years in which they arrived from Europe, and.the Names of the Veffels by which they «/rived at this Colony j elfo,- the Periodsand Places of Trial, and the periods^ of Sentence. Such Women ss neglecl or diiobey this Notice will be ordered in jo Government Employ» ,, Several Females haying appeared st the General. MufterT tirho ftaie jthemielves to have become Free by Servitude, but ftere u.na .ble, to exhibit any Certificate of Freedom, all females, wha^^vé/oi .become Free by Expiration of Sentence, not poflefling a Coríjale ,of Freedom,, are*t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

Our Number of this day commences the third volume of this Gazette ; the Publisher therefore respectfully informs those who have been regularly supplied with it since the institution thereof, and have not yet made any settlement for the fame, that unless their payments are settled with this harvest, he will be necessarily compelled to resort to legal proceedings for the recovery of them                                           HOBART TOWN; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

MR. Acting Assistant Commissary General BROUGHTON being   shortly about to take his departure for Sydney, requests all Claims and Demands against him may be presented immediately.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 1st January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 1st January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. MR. JOHN BEAMONT having entered upon the Duties of     Naval Officer, agreeably to the Appointment of His EXCEL- LENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, HIS HONOR the LIEUTEN- ANT GOVERNOR directs, that he will also act as Treasurer     of the Police Fund of Van Diemen's Land till further Orders. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERAM* Satu Civil Department u T Ho ii s * , ' H ÖVA a, T _ Xp W ai, HIS HONOR *he. LISUTBNANT GOVSRNUR directs, ^hát the Heads or the under-mentioned Public Departments will make up and rúfniíh bim witrYathe following Quarterly Reports antf State- ments, from the id of Oclôber to *he a*ftof December indüíivc; Vl7,.« »? From ^.he Colonial Chaplain. '* A Return of the Baptîfma, Nuptials, and Interment!, duringfche . above Period. - . . - < . 1 From the Department oflhe Infpe&or pf Public Works, A Return of all Public Buildioga erecsed, or in progrelsto be erecl> ed ; together with a Return of all Stores received, whether by tf fue or by purchaíe,with the expenditure thereof during the above Period« \ , . ' Î , From the Department 6f the Naval Oflïçèr. I.-A Return ófihe Arrival and Departure of Vefiel* during the above Period« II.-A General Statement of the Duties and Cuftoms collected it the Ports, of the Derwent and Port D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

f^OK SALE, ihatdelightfülly fuuated Premilos, lately occupied by Mr. Lewis, in Liverpool-(trent.-The Situation and worth of thole Pi em i les are fufficiently well known to require no further defcription «han already given in Advertifementi.-^AIlo, an ele- gant GIG; LiberAl Credic will be given.-For pArticuUrs Apply to the Proprietor, CApt. BLTTM«____ TO be LET, separately or together, tbose two valuable FARMS called Mortimore's and Preston's Farms, situate about 2 miles from Town ; the former comprises 170 and the latter 50 Acres of Land several on both of which are cultivated with wheat, and is   nearly ready for the sickle. The land of each Farm is in general very good, well calculated for Stock, and abundantly supplied with water. The Tenant may take the crop At A Valuation ; but no Person will be treated with but such as can give Security for the Payment of the Rent, which is very reasonable. - Apply at the Ga- zette Office,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

TO be LET,that neat and substantial DWELLING-HOUSE, the Property and late Residence of Mr. FISK, at the old Mill at the upper end of Liverpool-street; comprising one parlour, a bed- room, convenient kitchen, oven, and other domestic conveniences;   together with an Out-House containing three apartments, which may be fitted up for Stables or other purposes, pig-sties, yards, &c. The whole of the Premises are in good repair, and may be entered upon immediately. - Further Particulars will be made known on application to the Proprietor, at his New Mill, near Wellington Bridge. THOMAS HENRY FITZGERALD intending to leave the Colony in the Ship Pilot, requests all Claims and Demands against him may be presented for Payment immediately ; and those indebted to settle the same.     WILLIAM BERRINGER intending to leave the Colony on the Ship Chapman, requests all Claims against him may be     presented without Delay. &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having, upon coming to this Settlement, received a List of all the Debts due to   the Crown from Individuals and from Estates, and it being HIS     EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF's Intention and desire that Measures should be taken for the adjustment and liquidation of the same; it becomes the duty of the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR to call upon all Persons indebted to the Crown in this Settlement, either on their own Account or as Representatives of Absentees, to propose to the Acting Assistant Commissary General, IN WHOSE CHARGE THE ACCOUNTS ARE, such means of immediate or gradual Settlement   as they can offer.     As the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR will have to make a Report to His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR upon this subject, on the Return of Mr. Acting Assistant Commissar...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, A. M. Assize of Bread—Wheaten, 1[?].; Household, 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 January 1818

HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE - Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, A.M. Assize of Bread - Wheaten, 1s.; Household, 10d.   SHIP NEWS. - Last Monday morning a boat from the ship Harriet, which had anchored in Storm Bay Passsage overnight, for the   purpose of putting ashore several prisoners who had stowed away in that vessel prior to her sailing from Sydney for England, came up the Harbour; from which landed ALEX. RILEY, Esq. Captain GILL,   46th Regt, and the Master of the Harriet, to pay their respects to His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. The Harriet not expecting to touch here furnished us with no later intelligence than we had received by the Pilot, but being necessarily delayed a few   hours to land the prisoners, many persons were afforded an   opportunity of communicating direct with their friends in England.   The same evening came up the Harbour, the ship Chapman,   Captain DRAKE, having put in her...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

" TT Z~r ,."» n«v.«KOR his thoueht prAoBt'^o diroaj lh«t »II Public Communicitions.which nv'.y appear in illa' H'MB°ÂRT T0WNG7ZEÍTE,Zi SOUTHERN SE PORTE It, fignod wi«h wy OfficUl Sigrmu«, "e io be confide««! as Ollicul Gcmmanicitions made coïhofe Portons to whom îftey may reiace* BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR, W. A, Ross, Secretary." h.

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Government Public Notices. SeCReTARY'S OFFICe, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 10th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

Government Public Notices. I -«^v« **<U<* a_. SCCRCTAHY'S ÜFFicr, HOKART TOWN, Saturday, roth Lnuary, 181,8. SOMEfrnucluIent Orders, purporting to be lor Meat lupplicd to \ Parties of Troops lately employed in the Interior, hiving been circulated and refufed Payment, the Settlers are lequcflcd to ublerve . ,{« that when a Party upon Seciet Service is empowered to draw a - Field Ration and to give Orders for the tame, the Non.coinmijî]- >,} on*d Officer commanding the Party will have a Leiter from the Aft- » 0 ing Afliftaiu CommilTary General authorizing him todo fo. , And Jut j no Orders for JMeat lo Supplied will be admitted, which are «not, ,, m drawn at the Time'of Supply, a ntl which have not on the back the, Name, or Mark duly witnefied,' of the Settler who iupphes the . Meat.- l The Partid of Troops (rationed at Pitt Water and the F^lls are ' fupplied on a Kcguhr Monthly Account, according to an Arrange-' !,:1 mont made by the Ailing AßiltAnt CommiíUry...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

          Public Notice. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, JAMUARY 8th, 1818. WHEREAS PATRICK KEAN, a prisoner, 5ft. 7½ins. high, dark'complexion, daik brow.» hair, hazel eyes, 26 years of »ge, by trade ? cooper, tried in the County of Louth, in Ireland, July, 1812, fentcnce 7 years'tranfpnrtation, horn in Ireland, c;me trott. thence in the Ship Chapman and here in the Ship Pilot in 1817 ; and ROBERT FDEN.a priloner, 5 feet 6| inches high, fair ruddy complexion, flaxen hair, grey eyes, Gi years of age, bon» in Sunder-*' land, by trade a lea tren, tried in London, October, la 16, feniencad for life, carne from England in 'the Ship Almorah and heie in the Pilot in 1817, have abíconded f,om the ¿id ver n mont Wot ka at Ho- bart Town, and aie at prefem'at large without a País» All Conftsbles and others are directed to ufe their úrmoft Exer- tion* ioapprrhr.nd 'the laid Abfenteca and lodge them in Iii» Ma jelty's (»aoUt Hobart To...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

Government & GeneralOrders. Government House, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818 CIVIL Department           His Honour the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having upon com- ing to this Settlement, received a list of all the Debts due to the Crown from Individual, and from Estates, and it being His Ex- M «for« ftould be taken for the »djuftment and Wqmd.tton of the ? m -UKcom« «wduty of the LIEUTKN A N r GOVE a NOR to eil Lo"'« l'e ion, indebted W the Crown, in to» Segment, either cn «hciTown Account or j. Rep.efcnUtives of Abtaue.., to propqfo to h- A«ng Affiftant ComUary. General ,.N ««»' «'.*«'. THE ACCOUNTS A » it, fitch mean, of .mmedUte or gradual beule " AI-ÄU'TVN^T G"v.KNo* will have .0 mike . sW io Hit ¿"cEL-L.-.T the GOVERNOR úpOH this Jubieô, 00 lb. R« » ñ of Mr. Afting AffiO.n. Commiffary General B«oor."Tn" to Head Ou. eu, hettuft. thofc concerned «ill lee the neceffi.y of »til immediate attention to «hil Re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. THE Under-named Persons, who compose a part of the Crew of the Brig SPRING, intending io depart the Colony in the same Vessel, request that those to whom they may be indebted will present their Accounts to each severally, in order to their speedy Arrange- ment ; also, that all those who may be indebted to either of them will settle their Accounts forthwith : Thomas Bínks Samuel Belcher John Mark John Meals Francis Pitt Joseph Hanley William Wheeler William Morrison Charles Valentine NOTICE is hereby given, that the Brig Spring will positively sail for England on Sunday the 18th Instant ; Mr. JOHN   INGLE, Owner, therefore requests that all Claims or Demands upon himself and Family may be presented for Payment forthwith; as well as any against Matthew O'Bryant, Joseph Philny, and Edward Gardner, Servants. Mr. Ingle hopes those who have delayed discharging their En- gagements to him will now see the necessity of paying immediate attention to their Obli...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, JANUARY 10[?] 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—JAMES GORDON, Esq. Assize of Bread—Wheaten, 1s.; Household, 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 January 1818

^pBARTTOWKr SATURDAY* JANUARY IOJ i8t& SiTTsifo MACiaTRATt-JAMBS GORDON, Efq. Afllze of Bread-Wheaten, ia.; Hoüfehold, íod. SHIF M« vs.-On Wednefday hft failed for Batavia, the fhip Pilot, Capt. WM. PEXTON ; -the fea-breeze fetting in, fhe returned to her anchorage, and failed again on Thurfday. She has on boird 34 horfes, a number of horned cattle, fheep, goats, pigs, and black iwans, with a /election of wild animals, birds, &c¿ Remain in the harbour, the fhip ChapniAn, the brig Spring, And the HenriettA locket. IMB HARVEST.«-It gives us pleafuie in communicating to tht Public, that the. opinion we formerly ventured to ftate, relpecting the crops in this part of -the ifland, is, under Providence, completely verified. Different fettlen havo already commenced the harvefU The quantity of wheat is likely by fal to exceed that of any previous feafonj which may bo attributed in part to the additional number of acres in cultivation, and in fome degree to the mild fea ion a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

fiFs*~HoNOR the LIEUTENANT GOVRHNMK has ihought poper to diref}, th<«t al) Pubjic Commun» cat iuns which rrny appear in tha HOBART TOWN GAZETIE, and SOUTHERN REPO RTER/ugncà with any Official Signature, atetó be considered a» Officiai Communications made to thofe Petfom to whom they may relate. BY COMMAND Oí ii IS HONORj SAUUKL HOOD, Seer clary I

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUS[?], HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 17th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERN MR NT HOUISI, .HOBART TOWN, S aturda lOUjSg, iv, ítath January, i8i8. TO-MORROW, the i8tb, being Sunday, the Anniverfary cdyHER MAJESTY'S Birth-D>y will be oblervcd as ».Holiday though, but the Settlement.on Monday next. . . The Troops will oaradc a'. Twelve o ClocV in front pt the,.Bar. bracks, and fire aFeu-de joie.; and a Salute of Twenty-one (typ*. *jH '.be fired from.,«the Platform, m Honor of the D.y. £ , , The Aaing Affiftant Corn mitta r y General will caufe to bo.jiTuçd t0.each.bf the Non-cômmiffioned Officers and.Private Sold/ers^One JPAQnd ojt trqlh ^eat ted tf al forint °* S-PV^i. -«9 4"'^.,%,<fif . jefty's Health. ^pf fremMeaiani^al^â.Îintof Spirit* each, on ttié^bovo peca, (ion. ' .'..,.,, i :. The Government Mechanics and Labourers will be exempt from Wor&o& Monday ¿îexu ? k M/.;..,;* ¿yr Command oJjHisJionor the lieutenant Governor, !" ' "" "'* -"? .'- 'SAMÜCL Hoon, SccrftarVt

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d January, 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

Government & General Order?,, GOVERNMENT HOUS.R, HOBART Toip/jf',, .,Saturday, .3d January* li' l8. ,.,j .» Civil Department. ' ' . > *'..'". Ci lency fhe Governor1 in Chief's Intention »v¿ Pefire that !VJ< (hnuld'fíe tAe'rî forihr'aíljuflme'nt'and liquidaron ríf tríame ; it b'Cí'rrtés the yü'y-ot íHe*Lieutenant Governor to cali upon.<*il Per loWirit'ebf^dMcrthe Cíown,' in'ihis Settlement,1 eiíKer o'n their o ty II a ccdunt'Ör ai, Rc^rcírntitivb of Àbientee^ to ^rofcofC to *héJ A'ft. il'g AMant?Com'taîiÇtry Gejieral^ in 'whole Charge the Account»? ate,Tuch'rfeanà oïitn'rnediàté'urgradùalSeiilernflntax they Új» offtr. As the Lieutenant Governor will have tí) maU a Report to Hi«' Excellencv'thé Xíovernor ripon ihis íubjecl, onthe Kt turn, of Mr., Acting A(Ti'(taiit Commtfíary Gencríef'al BKOUCHTÖN 19 Head Quarten, he truflstholc concerned will ice the,'nVcéiílty of paying iWrnediate attention 4o thia Rer^uifuiOn, äs the'rriràna of'reitde'rïpg' the mode...

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