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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 April 1830

TO LET, AT CAMPBELL TOWN, for tan months, an excellent Room and Kit' chen, adjoining the Inn at Campbell Town, together with the use of a stall in the stable. Apply to Mr. MC NAB, Surgeon. April 12th, 1830. . 'T^HE Lieutenant Governor has been J| pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgence. Ticket of Leave. Luke Oliver, 43, Morley John Benfield, 31 3, Udy Ridley JamesCavanabs 82, Minerva i William Lauton, 97, Dromedary John M«ney, 408, Lady Bast John Danvers, 231, Asia, (1) Jonathan Ford, 2S8, do. Joseph Holder, 440, Caledonia. By His Excellency's Command, J. Buiinett. /Certificates of Freedom have been ob \*J tained by the undermentioned Persons. Mary Ann JaTvis, 31, Henry - Thomas Whitbread, 68, Sir William Bens ley . James Matthews, 489 Chapman George Silvester, 588, Asia, (1.)

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 April 1830

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received Merti's letter, criminating a person holding a responsible and highly important public situation, and a certain J. P.. in a smuggling transaction. The length of the Impounding Act compels us to defer the letter and account until next week. .

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 April 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER^ MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; bill in the discharge of, this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those wlio are interested in preventing the jEgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. i)va renders will have observed in our last paper, tb»t an address has been pre sented to the Lieutenant Governor, praying him to (do what w« have been constantly urging him to do), pare oar streets, and to expend upon us at least the money raised from us by taxation} and we then obseKvcd what time has now clearly developed, that is, if our Gov ernor really could know 'and examine our wants, that be would certainly do something towards bettering our condi tion, because we are fully con6dent that His Excellency, wishes to eee every part of his Government prosper, and the whole of the people do well, and the only reason that vre have not had proper assistance to remedy our m...

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Anno Undecimo Georgii IV. Regis. No. 3.3 An Act to regulate the Impounding of Animals for trespass, and for other purposes relating thereto. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 April 1830

Anno Undecimo Georgii IV. Regie. I No. 3. I An Act to regulate the Impounding of I Animals for trespass, and for other I pitrpdses relating' thereto. I WHEREA , it is expedient to KIIS( make provision fortheestablisbsent Btell of Public Pounds, and the graHlingcf He- Hun plevins in respect of Animals impounded for Bvrj trespass. Be it therefore enacted bjJto Bmr' Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieuten- m«tn ant. Governor of the Island of Van Dietnen's m*H land and its Dependencies, with the advice BSn of the Legislative Council, that it shall w V for the time being administering the Goven- KVT ment, i»y any Proclamation or VrocUmaU«» Kwh for that purpose issued, from time to timctt Hgl- erectandestablishjoruouthoriieany person K|rt- or persons to erect and establish such and » Kfnii mtny Public Pounds, flnd attach places, a!' H « tim may appear to be expedient, for them- MVoi pounding pi animals therein fortrespMMna Kfn for. and instead ofsuch I'oundsoranyoflheo nn from time -to ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 April 1830

SHIP ^JjWl NEWS* Arrived. On the 6tb,— The Retolution, Peter- Stew art Master, from Sydney, with 6 bags sugar, 2 thests tea, and 2 jars paint to Jonathan Griffiths, 8 J chests tea, 2 bales and 1 case slops, 2 coils rope, 1 hogshead lamp black 30 cedar boards, 6 rolls tin, 1 chest shoes, 1 bale canvas, 34 fiooring-stones, and 1,400 bushels of lime to Simeon Lord, and 100. JlOPring-blours lur peurj ivccu. «? omcngeiD, George and Joseph Pass ley. Cleared Out. On the 10th,— The brig Mary Ann, Capt. A. 6. Hopton, for L*ndon, with 114 bales of Wool, and 115 tons of bark, shipped by Hy. Reed, 5 bales wool by J. W. Oleadow, 18 d0. by W. G. Walker, 182 do. by J: kJ. SoUtmon, 6 cask's seal skins, and 9 baskets tobacco. Passengers,— Thos. Jesth), John Me Kay, Hugh Me Leao. Passengers by the American, in addition to those mentioned in our last.— Dr. Osborne, R. N., Mrs. Donal, Messrs. George Rose, Thomas Price, and John Harper. The barque William is «xp*cted to sail in ' the course of the week ...

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From the Morning Post. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

Front the Mornihc Pott. ', , : Tmef Caught in a Chimney,— A fellow, who says his name is But(Ler,w-rtb, md that he bad worked fof come time as a miUer in the .neighbourhood oi Wrexbaw, wasapprer hended in Northampton, on Thursday week, under the following circumstances :-^Tuls rascal's intention was to Tob jthe Bank; in that town, and with the view to reff«pt. bis object he had £9t odou the Tnnf of.A.lmn» in-the same street, pasted o*«r several others, and then descended Ifae chimney be longing to the Bank. This was about half pastelpven o'clock at flight S and oiip of the inmates connected, with the establish ment, hearing an unusual npise in the flue, inforwwlpUterf,' who kept watch, and when the soptj gentleman Wft8 effecting a safe descent, with hii legs on the- fire-grate, he was secured. ? I ExTRAORDlHABTCAmOFSoMMMBUuJ | —last weekva you* urn named jo'Jfl who works at Cardrev, near Redrmh, bdnS ! asleep in the sump-houSe of that mine « » i bbseryed'hiytwoboyato rise and ire'lk...

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THE LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

The Lovers. Their infant hours together spending, How firmly were their young hearts tied By early love, their fancies blending. Their only wish to be beside Each other. And when they came to manhood's hours, And Emma blushed a blooming bride, Boil) deem'd tliej trod. a life of flowers If they could only be beside Each other. ' And p'en by death they were not parted,' WIipii Calling ' for the cause,' he died, Hie Emma faded, broken hearted, And they were calmly laid beside Each other. The Ban-beam o'er their morning playing Together saw them more in pride, The moon rose and beheld them lving, As they had loved to live, beside ' Each other.

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ECCENTRIC TALES. CHAPTER X.—TRANSFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

ECCENTRIC TALES. * CHAPTER X.— TRANSFORMATION. Hans Lobberegt's was now his only hope and last resource ; his recognition and inter position would instantly free him from the unpleasant embargo which these blood hounds, these strangers, had so unjustly laid upon him j and, with a faint tremulous voice, he called Tor the host. When, lo ! a thin, dapper, cringing, dark man, with a smirking niouLh and a t winkling eye, -the very opposite of big-bellied Hans Lobberegt's, of ? ,) answered Pietrehl's summons. ' Where is Hans Lobberegt's V 'Hans l.obberegl's ;' repeated the host, with a wellfeigned stare of stupidity. 'Ay, the master of this bier-kroeg !' 'The master1.' said the host. * When, come, that's as good a one as ever I heard,' continued he, laughing ; ? why, I have kept this place ten year come next winter, my friend ; you're a droll, sir, I see, and want te laugh at me — you think I'm a fool, 'but I'm not ! bat, joking spart, what'e your plea sure V ' I have no pleasure ! roared...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

To be Sgldby Auction, BY . ; . Mr, RICHARD WHITE, die Launceston Hotel, on Tuesday, the KOlH Abril, at I? o'clock :— foOTYEEN 40 mi £0 Head -rf very: p prime CATTLE. ?Three Months .Credit on Approved Bills, ?Purchasers above £20* EXTENSIVE SAJLE& I M the Man of Boss. I MR. J, T. COLLICOT, REGS to call the attention of the B Public to the following valuable HOR i, end other highly improved STOCK, ich -he will oflfer Tor sale at ROSS on Tues-' the 27th Inst, the day previous to the ^.s; : -. . - ? ? ?;-.?: ???.-, ts i . LGMBINE,— A Bay Sydney Mare, with four black Legs, in foal to Bt/ack JAOk, and a Filly at herfoot fry Peifctt Fin. UDENCE,— A Hay Mare, out of Colom bine, in foal to' Black Jack, s Filly other foolliy Visoount. UDE,— A CheeoutM are, stinted to Black Jack. , ? ? kT.MATE,— A well known -Mare, stinted to Young Sam. isiiY,— By Boliver out of Dam, stinted I to Young Sam, ?KY, — i$y ViscouNT ont of Rump. (Romp I was lately sold for 100 Guineas,) in I foal. E1C,— A Sy...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

Mr. Eoitok. -. ? If a Sub Sheriff arrests a Settle, i£ who upon- such -'arrest .pays his debt ^n$ costs; and if this Settler shortly after goes to Hobart to wni and ppon his arrival Is ar» rested upon the -same debt, wbith hp had paid in Launcestoo, but which money had not been reititted. by the Sub sheriff, 4s not such a proceediugditt'ble to some sort or pun' ishment, or may it be .continued, in wits tmpHuity ? An suswer wil!-»blige» , ' ? ;,-. ? ; 1 . A SETTLER IN DEBT.

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Extract from a private letter, dated 21st December 23, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

i Extract from a private tetter, dated 21*t December, 1820. i ttoilB The Duke of Wellington's House at the «b«orn-T of Hyde Park, on which he has, and -}? ew now expending so much money, was on is miHfire this aft crneon ; the engines were prompt. ''''?j in attendance, and the fire was extm direflgittshed without much damage being done. miM The finest roast beef is now selling in Lon e ustBdon at 6d. per lb., and mutton at 4fcd. ? The 73rd Raiment are now under orders bj«to embark for Malta— a* Gibraltar, where i Apflthey are now stationed, they have suffered ifilmdreadfullv from the plague, many oflim-s v««nd m«t» having fallen victims to tuts dread* ffmi«ful scourge. 8i mm Captain Bourne Russell has suffered some iif(Mossc6 by the wool he purchased when here io (?with the Ltdj/ RinAuin. He expected to sail liviflfor Sydney in ail January. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

General Post Office^ LatfnceBloia, April 19th, 1830. THE Mail for Sydliey per tte brig Guide, Captain Ash/more, will close to-morrow. ?'.'?* A.WRIGHTE, Postmaster* yjANfEDby ft Gentleman, a small ' genteel 'House, situate in a respect We neighbourhoods ' Apply at the office «f this pap«r.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1830. ' It is the |-ub{ic -iuty or' a Journalist to dispel delusion ; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those Mr-ho are interested in preventing the J&g'w of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. ? . . ? - The new Impounding Ant posseses many most useful and necessary clauses, of almost incalculable benefit to -he Com munity ; but here we must patisp, for there are other clauses directly «t vari ance with the letter and spirit of the otljer parts of this Act. Oa« clause with whioh we find great fault is the 16th, whereby the Sheriff 6cc. are authorized to charge IDs. for a replevin bond, and 5s. for the assign ment, where the cattle are under the value of £30, and double that sum if of, or above that value, whilst the Pound* keeper (and very properly too) ir by section 8th, only to have '2s. 6d. for his bond, let. the cattle be of whatever value they m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

Let no persons take theTollowing extracts to tbemseVes, except they are perfectly confident that they by their conduct deserve the denunciations of the Poet of reallifc. —Burns. jjy son, these maxims make a rule, And lump them aye thegither; The rigid righteous is a fool, The rigid wise anitber. 0 ye who are iae guid yoursel, Sae pious and sae holy, Te've nought to do but mark and tell - Your neebor's faults and folly. * * ? * Then gently scan your brother man , ? Still gentler sister woman : Tho' they may gang a kennin wrang ; To step aside is human. : Who made the heart, 'tis he alone Decidedly can try us. He knows each chord— its various tone, Each spring, its various .bias. Hypocrisy, in mercy spare it ! That holy robe, O dinna tear it ! Spare'tfor their sakcs wha aften wear it, . The lads in black. * ? * * Think, wicked sinuer, wha ye're skai thing ? Its just the bine goitn badge an* claithing O' Saunts ; tak that, ye te'ae them naething To ken them by, Frae ony unregenerate he...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

DiAliY. Tuesday and Wednesday, 6th and 7-A,— Fine Warm days, with li'iTr wind Thursday, Sth,— Light sliowers during the di y, very cloudy, but warm. Strong wind fromN.W. - Friday, Qth, Saturday, 10-A, Sunday, Uth, mid Monday, 12/A,— F^irund uletisant wea ther, light airs ftoni N. N. W. to N. W. Tuttdey, 13th,— Light breeze front ti. W., and warm clear day. Wednesday. 14/ A, — Stroqg S. wind, cloudy at intervals, but warm. Thursday, } 5M,— Very hot day, light wind from N. W. Friday, 16/ A,— Very warm, light breesefrom N. N, W. Saturdayt 17(fc,— Cloudy and sunshine alter nately, light 'breeze from -. W. Sunday, 18rt,— CIou.!y, but warm, no wind. Monday, 19(A,— Cloudy and warm, with little or no wind.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

Clei (ificateb cfFreedomhave been ob J taincd toy the undermentioned Persons. William Fowler, 228, Sir Godfrey Webster Henry Stokes, 573, do. James Allis. 182; do. ?- ? Themas Whitney, 557, do. William Bilingtuu, 128, Competitor Elijah Radford, 386, Chapman . Daniel Crook, 637, do. Thomas .Bennett, 753, do. John Gidney,443, Medway, (2) Morion Moss, 543, do. - - William Peudleton, 398, da. William Harding, 580, A«ia GeoigeHubbard, 544, Albion James Curtis, 628, Phenir, (S) Adam Drumaiuud, 219, Countess of Har courl. P0NT AT PERTH. npENDKRS'will be received by the 1 Inspector ef Roads, at his office in Bobart Town, from such person or persons as may be willing to Kent the Punt at I'erth, on the Sonth Esk, for One Year. The conditions are, the loan of a Govern ment man for the period, and all Military S arsons and Public Officers on duty are to e allowed to pass without charge, and the Punt and boat to b« delivered orer at the expiration of the term, in as good order ns when received, ...

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THE FIRST FISH!!! [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

N THE FIRST FISH!!! We have the greatest satisfaction to an nounce, that the same success by which our gallant and industrious native Youths were distinguished last year in that great source of our national wealth, the whale fishing, has again attended them. Yesterday, Messrs. Walford & Young had a trial of strength (boat race) with Messrs. Lucas &. Kelly. In the evening they bad an entertainment at Mr. Watford's house, the Turk's Head Tav em. While they wtre in tlie height of their convivinlity, news Arrived that a whale had been, seen off the South Arm. Not a mom- nt was lost. Tw» boats were instantly afloat nobly manned and fully equipped for action, and their activity was rewarded by the cap ture of a Tpii Ton Whale. Thus the season has commenced, by the fortunate success of bur enterprising native Youths, whom We heartily congratulate on the excellent omen with which their first effort has been at tended.— Ta.ima.nian. We percieve by the Courier that Dr. Brown o...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

To the Editor. Lawk! -what a wicked man Governor Stirling must ue, Mr. Editor,~-why, do you know that he actually -has proposed to locate ground to race horses upon r^-uow is not that monstrous in an English Colony? It is a very good job for us mat we are are too godly so to profane the land of th:s Island ! And, wduld any person believe it ? Governor Stirling requires Government Officers (I sup* - ju»u jmmia timi& nn.-uioci»co mtiuoeu |Q - this title, but I do hot) who hold farms, to understand that they are not to neglect their Government duty to attend to their farms— they will not be -able to leave their duties as some of the understrappers herje do every day. 'to go a butter and cheese making, and that in the very hour* that they ought to be at their posts 1 ' PiM pHv. ? Can it be true that the Jailor is not an swerable to keep in safe custody the body of a debtor confined for money recovered in. the Court of Hequests? t! ' We should feel much' obliged toanyjone of our ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

Mr. Editor, ? ? -Looking into a late Sydney- . Gazette,. I happened -to observe an advertise* roent signed D. P0W£-t, \i. G. C^ which, npon reading, 1 found to be a call tipon the Roman Catholic population ia the neigh* hourhood of Paramatta, to assist in building ^.L'i_n1 f._ *l«tfi tim\*.m4 'Pli^s-' «BJ#11«fl is-KT of certain parts thereof struck mp as savour ing strongly of the former imperutive style of that intolerant Church. '1 to nwwgtve this Public Notice to the lnhabitauts of l'a» ramatta and the district thereof, to reanume their exertion's to complete that edifice (* chapel) by contributitm, tither'tnvtanes or i» - kind.' Again,— 'It is therefore vxpectfd, the Catholic community of the said town and district, will uot now fail to upe their utmost exertions to complete .that building.1' New, Mr. Editor, only observe how grandly this It. C. C. commences his notice** how majestically tie issues his mandute to his slaves, »? 1 do uow,&c.-,' and «o prevent any demur fr...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 April 1830

shipV§|&_ news. No arrivals this week. ' ' A essel was yesterday Gignalited off the heads. . - . The barque William has dropped down the river,, preparatory to her departure for the new settlement at Swan River. It is expected thai the brig Maty Abb will Mil from George Town this evening. VES6EfcS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Ships Cmtiit*, and Clansmen, barques Lu cy Davidson and Willism, brigs Mary Ann, and Guide, and schooner Resolution.. Arrived in Hobart TrtwN. April 10.— The ship Moiy, 370 tons, Alex ander Jamicbon, commander, from London J8th December, with 167 male prisoners. Surgeon Suprintendent, Robert Espie, Esq. —Passengers, Lieutenant Murray, Ensign Dunbar, 67ih Hegiitient, Mrs. Murray and 3 children, and 29 rank and file ; 1 prisoner died daring the passage. April I \ .—The barque Vfenttead, C Friend commander, from London, Madeira and Cape o- Good hope, and from Swan Hirer 18th March, with a valuable cargo- Passengers, —Mr. ttiiUMrt. Wise, and child, Mr. Charles...

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