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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

TABLE TALK. There are whose kind inquiries scan Your total kindred, man by man, Son, brother, cousin, joining. They ask about your wife, who's dead, And eulogize your unole Ned, Who died last week for coiniag. When join'd to such a son of prate, His queries I anticipate, And thus my lee-way fetch op *' Sir, all my relatives, I vow, Aro perfectly in health-and now I'd thank you for the ketchup !" Others there aro who but retail Their breakfast journal, now grown stale, In print ere day was dawning: When folks like these sit next to me, They send me dlnnerless to ten ; One cannot chew while yawning. Poets are dangerous to sit nigh ; Yon waft their praises to the sky. And when you think you're stirring Their gratitude, they bite you.-(That*« The reason I object to oats ; They scratch amid their pnrring.) For those who ask you if you " malt," Who " beg your pardon" for the »alt, And ape our upper grandees, By wondering folks can touch port' wine : That, reader '«your affair, not mine; 1...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

IRONMONGERY, Per Harriet. THE undersigned has just received per tho Brig Harriet, the following choice and extensive assortment of IRONMONGERY, Seo. which he will dispose of at very low Piiccs, for Cash, Wheat, Po tatoes, or other Colonial produce. Boilers with patent cocks from 3 to 0 gallons Oval pots and covers, 1 to ö gallons Tea kettle« of various sizes Ditto with drop handlea Saocepans and covers of sizes Deep stew pans ditto ditto Block tin coffe pots, patent box ditto mill« Britannia metal tea-pots of sizes Ditto ditto tea and table spoons Roman jacks and Italian iron« and heater« Japanned nutmeg grater«, box ditto Snuffers and trays of various pattern« and sites Brush-head and joint-snap corkscrews Sheep and cow bells Metal buttons Black and white gaiter ditto s Oval toy irons and sad ditto Brass and iron weights in sets ditto Painted scale beams from 12 to 300 lbs. Steel counter ditto Hook hinges of various length« Chest, back-flap, table, desk, strap, dove-tail, par- liam...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

ON SALE, Soda and Magnesia Water, PREPARED by J. SCHWEPPE and Co. 17, Margaret street, Cavendish square, LONDON, and Sold by W. WISE, Dr.uggist, Elizabeth street, Hobart town, Van Diemen'» lahd. PAINE'S STOKES, LIViiRPOOL SIKEET. THE undersigned lia» just reoeiveil by the latest arrivals, tin; following choice lek'cuoti of i\lcr ©liandiae, which lie is enabled to sell at very reduced Price» : Superfine Mack coals and trowfers, gentlemen's superior beaver and silk bats, ladies' children's and gentlemen's shoes, linead lace and net, worked caps mid foodies, bJack and coloured silks, book, mull, jaconet and cimbiic muslin, ladies'and gentlemen's gloves, bombazines and bombazctls, children's striped dresses, black crape, hosiery of every description ; J stHtiuneiy, consisting of drawing medium, writing do. üuth post gilt, pot, thick laid post, thin yellow wove post, and hot-pressed extra thick l'culscap, ruled account mid memorandum books bulfbound, ledgers, journals and cush books bouu...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUAUY 14, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Snturday the brig Fairfield, Captain J. Booth, from London, 24th September, with 18 packages earthenware, Tho. Hewitt, 2 ditto Milita- ry clothing, officers commanding 40th regiment, 10 ditto gunpowder, apparel, hats, millinery, haber- dashery, cottons, tar, cutlery, ironmongery and glass ware, Kemp & Co. 2 boxes millinery, ditto, 1 do. apparel, Lieutenant Skardon, I ditto ditto, John Bisdee, 1 pun. brandy, G. Cook, 5 casks glass ware, Mrs. Wood, 1 package medicine, John Kerr, 8 ditto haberdashery and apparel, Richard Willis, and sundry goods consigned to Capt. Booth, to order, and various merchandize to Sydney. Pas- sengers- Mr. J. Tingcombe, Messrs. Henry Shuttle- worth, Samuel Dring and James Allen. Agent, Capt. Wilson. On Thursday the bark Alice, Capt. Todd, from Sydney 31st January, with a general cargo of mer-   chandize. Passengers- Cap. Wright (late of the Prince of Denm...

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[?] this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

ikk Day. fe :-. do. I do. half ton, o. 2 do. half ton. can. 3 do. No. 7, 3 do. ? scrubbing brushes Turrî^BW^BaWWHkWBaker's rasps ,24, white glazed culioo» 10 pieces, steering compass 1. Ten- ders will be rcoeived till the 24th February. Persons desirous of renting the ferry at Perth, are requested to transmit tenders by the SGth instant, to the Iespector of Roads. Tickets of leave have been granted to Thomas Wilson, Joseph Webb, Thomas Stafford, Malcolm Browne, and John Jackson. Thomas Mitchell and Robert Drysdale, have for feited their tickets of leave. Certificates of freedom have been obtained by Thomas Johnson, Robert Wright, Thomas Heming. John White is appointed to tho Field Police. Mr. Frederick Sydney Crawley is appointed Keeper of the Pound at Mills's plain, and a Special     Constable. tit Sercral adrertisrwenls and communications ure unavoidably postponed. Scotch frugality in our Jirvrf. ,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 February 1829

G us ERAL POST OFFICE, ilnhart-tomn, Feb. 14,1829. THE Mail per Ship Sarah for England will he closed this Evming at 8 o'clock precisely. JOHN THOMAS COLLICOTT, Post-maslrr. Commissariat Oßice, Hobaittown, Feb. 10, 1829. NOTICE.-All Claims upon (his Department to tho 24lb December last for Prouvions sup plied in tho Interior are requested to be presented without delay. A. MOODIE, A. C. G. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A BO AT cspable of carrying five tons, well cal- culated for conveyance of grain or wood. Apply to J. Cummins-, Jetty. A small assortment of Hardware, consisting of guns, pistols, gentlemen a dressing cases, case of instruments, portable cooking apparatuses weil calculsted for the bush or parlies of, pleasure, strong gate hinges and farming implements. Also a few very handsome double gilt bracelets, a sil-, »" ver hunting watch, a ladies gold watch, and a variety F nfotliT useful ai tides, selling oft'under cost price. I hereby give notice tu the public, that in obed...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

FREIGHT and PASSAGE. For Liverpool Direect, .JsSM^f^VA^ fine fost sailing brig MARGA V38£Sfi. X RET, burthen 250 tons, A. CRAIG, Commander, huting returned from Sydney is now loading for the above port. Early application 19 requested to bo mndo for freight and passage, as her stay here will be very ?hort, having the greater part of her cargo already engaged. The Margaret lias superior accommodations for a limited number of Passengers, and will carry an ex- perienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy. .Apply to THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell street, Nov. 13, 1828. > FOB LONDON DIRECT, 5§&?nnUEfiDe ?*«& built Ship Marquis of ^a£JKL.Jb:: , LANSmil'N, K. Noyes, Commander, having two thirds, ot; l»Kr.Cn.r,si) ,e»^aged.,..will sail early in March. All lier accommodations 'are taken except two Cabins. ? . For Freight or Passago apply to WVA. BETHUNE. 1-0Ll LONDON DIRECT, The Ship MERMAID, .^jO^BriTUIAT fine fast-sidling first class Ship 2^S& -1 MERMAID.AVm. Uennikhr, c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

IRONMONGERY, '¦¦;.'.. ' Per Harriet. THE undersigned lias just received per tho Brig Harriet, the following choice and extensive assortment of IRONMONGERY, &o. which lie will dispose of al very low Prices, for Cash, Wheat, Poi tatoes, or other Colonial produce. Boilers with patent cocks from 3 to 6 gallons Oval pots and covers, 1 to & gallons Tea kettles of various sizes Ditto with drop handles *' Saucepans aud covers of sizes Deep stew pans ditto ditto Block tin code pots, patent box ditto mills Britannia metal tea-pots of sizes Ditto ditto tea and table spoons Roman jacks and Italian irons and heaters Japanned nutmeg graters, box ditto Snuffers and trays of various patterns and sizes Brush-head and joint-snap corkscrews' Sheep and cow bells Meta! buttons Black and white gaiter ditto Oval toy irons mid sad ditto Brass and iion weights in sets ditto Fainted scale, beams from 12 to 300 lbs. Steel counter ditto Hook hinges of various lengths Chest, back-flap, table, de...

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[?] POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. ANTIL PONDS, Feb. 16 - The impounding sys- tem is working admirably for our relief. The wild cattle of the Magnates, and the sheep of the Squat- ters are fast disappearing. The Government Order of last year, forbidding trespasses on Crown lands, and the subsequent appointment of a poundkeeper to each parish, has nearly removed from us that worse than Egyptian plague, the DL and JJ and WK and RWL wild bulls. The poundkeepers and constables of the extensive district of Oatlands have zealously performed their duty, and they are entitled to the thanks of every honest settler. Salt Pan Plains, Feb. 17. - The black Natives have not made their appearance here since the   commencement of the present year. Most of the   infamous characters with which the Oatlands district once swarmed, have either met their deserved fate, or fled from the district. This excellent change is mainly attributable to the facility with which, under the     Government Order, every per...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COUR[?]ER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Sailed. - On Sunday the 11th inst, the ship Sarah, Geo. King, R.N. Commander, for London direct, with a cargo of colonial produce, consisting of 698 bales wool, 40½ tons mimosa bark, 1 case barilla, 17 logs she oak, 22 planks white gum, 14 do. and 2 pieces light wood, 9 puncheons hides, &c. 76 loose ditto, 12 cases, seeds, curiosities, rabbit skins, and stuffed birds, 1 keg. glue. Passen- gers, Mrs. Grimsone, sister of Mrs. Adey of this town, Mrs. Savery and son.   Sailed on Friday the brig Tigress, Capt. Alex. Rodger, for Port Jackson, with her Sydney cargo, and 10 tons hay, from this port. Passengers,Mr. Wm. Wright, Mr.Thos. Haynes. and Henry Webb. Arrived on Wednesday the bark Vesper, David Brown, master, from the Isle of France 4th January, with 1695 bags wheat, (intended for Sydney we pre- sume) 780 bags grain, 200 ditto rice, 147 casks flour, 40 ditto ale, 161 ditto tobacco and 20 ba...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

To be,sold by Public Auction. BY. JD. MK AY, At-the Derwent Auction Mart, On Monday next, the 23d instant, at 10 o'clock pre- cisely, undera Distraint for Rent, unless the same . be previously settled, ONE drawing case with paints and brushes, com plete, 1 writing desk, 1 chest drawers, I fowl, ing-pieee with case and apparatus complete, !) cedar chairs, 3 cedar tables,, mahogany wnsli-hand stand, 2 ewers, a bason, one chamberlain, 2 stretchers with beds and bearings complete, I box, 1 portable tool chest with tools, excellent barometer b3' cue of the first makers in London, 4 tumblers, 4 wineglasses, Britannia metal coffee pot, white beaver hat, straw ditto, thermometer, lantern with Ump, I sugar and 1 butter bason, 2 out glass saltcellnrs,|umbrelia, olothes horse, 5 bags, chest of sundries baking trough, Por m an te 411 wearing-ipp'vrul, small ditto of shoe brushes, pair steelyards, patent coffee mill, 4 earthenware jugs, 4 do. enps anil saucers, frying-pan, teakettle, hair sieve,...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 February 1829

From the Gazette of this Day. Mr Claudius Thompson is appointed keeper of the pound at Macquarie river, and a special constable, and Mr. Henry Bonney keeper of the pound at Quamby s brook, and a division constable. W. Williams is appointed to the Field police, and J. Hopkins and W. Fitzpatrick are reinstated. An eight-oared barge, 39 feet long, is te he sold by auction at the King's wharf, on Tuesday the 3d of March. Twelve months credit. Mr. John Clark is appointed postmaster at Laun- ceston. A ticket of leave is granted to John Davey. t Amelia Lightharness hus been deprived of her ticket, on account of immoral conduct, and living in a disorderly house. * Robert Spurr, Abraham Barrow, James Wilcocka, John Luman have obtained certiorates of freedom The Collector Jof Internal Revenue reminds the parties concerned that the next payment on lands pnrobased from tho Crown, as in the Gazette 1 Uh of Oct. last, will bedue on the 1st of April, and if not paid wubin 30 days after the deposit...

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SIR W. WALLACE AND THE PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

SIR W. WALLACE AND THE PIRATE. ?'During the brief career of the celebrated patriot Sir \Villinra Wallace, and when hi* arms had for a time expelled the. English invaders from Ins native country, he is said to have undertaken a voyage to France, with a small band of trusty friends, to try what his. presence (for lie val respected throngh all countries, for his prowess.) might do to induce the French monarch to send to Scotland a body of auxili- ary forces, or other assistance, to aid the Scots in re- gaining their independence. " Thc Scottish Champion was on board a small vessel, and steering for the port'of Dieppe, when a sail appeared in the distance, which the mariners re- garded with doubt and apprehension, and at last with confusion and dismay. Wallace demanded to know what was ihe cause of the alarm. The captain of the ship-informed him that the tall vessel which was bearing down, with Ihe purpose of boarding that which he commanded, was the ship of a celebrated rover, equally ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

FREIGHT and PASSAGE. For Liverpool Direcct, x£3ivri^HE fi"e fast sn,li"& br,S MARGA. ^EJjr j RET, burllien .250 tons, A. Craig, Commander, ..huting- returned from Sydney is now loading for the above port.. . Early application is requested to be made lor freight and passage, as her stay here will be very short, having the greater part of her cargo already engaged.. ., , . _? The Margaret bas superior. accommodations lor a limited number of Passengers, and will carry nn ex- perienced Surgeon of the Roj?al Navy. Apply to V < THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell street, Nov. 13, 1828. FOR LONDON DIRECT, j[j£3j? riHlIE fine teak built Ship Marquis of ^gjXffigLJL LANSDOWN, lt. Noyes, Commander, | lmvin^two thirds of her Carico engaged, will sail early In March.- AU her accommodations are taken except two Cabins. For Freight or Passage apply .to W. A. BETHUNE. ? FOR LONDON DIRECT, ' The Ship ME RM A TD, tf?S».rr^HAT line fast-sailing first class Ship ^%fgL /£ MERMAID, Wm. He...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

NOTICE. The public is hereby cautioned against receiv- ing or negotiating any bill or bills drawn by   Henry Peckham, and accepted by the undersigned, dated on or subsequent to the 21st February instant, the same having been clandestinely and improperly drawn. JOHN SPOTSWOOD.   Hobart town, Feb. 27, 1829.   GEORGE THE FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith. &c. In the Administration of James Ash, late of Launceston, shopkeeper, deceased. To the next of kin of the said James Ash and all   Christian People, Greeting :-- YOU and each of you are hereby cited and warned to be and ap- pear in Supreme Court of Van Diemen's land, on Sa- turday the Twenty-first day of March, now next en- suing, at the Court house, Hobart town, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that you and each of you, then and there, take upon you, or one of you, or for ever renounce the Admini...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Sailed on Saturday the bark Vesper, Captain D Brown (which touched at this port for refreshment)   for Port Jackson with the whole of her cargo, laden at the Isle of France. On Sunday the ship City of Edinburgh, Captain   Duncan McKellar, for Sydney, with her import cargo   consigned to that port, and 160 bushels wheat, 70 ditto barley, and 10 times hay, from this place, and 24   passengers from Scotland. On Monday the ship Mary, Captain Thomas Luc- cock, for Port Jackson, will part of her import cargo, and 30 tons hay, 5 ton potatoes, 1 ton onions, and 26 bushels wheat from this thre port Passengers- Wm. Wallace - and Paul.Foxall, eqrs. The brig Hebe, Richmond, arrived last night, from Sydney the 17th, with 12000 feet cedar, 40 tons coals, 30 hhds porter and J 2 packages wearing ap- parel.- Passengers, Mr. T. G. Pitman, Captain Northwood, Mr, J. H. Blancha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

MRS. D. JOSEPHS, > ; BiEGS to announce lober friends and the public, > that' in addition to her former advertisement, shu bas just opened, , Gentlemen's superfine surfout coats, Very excellent town prints Iud. per yard, Gentlemen's cravats, Ladies' net caps, newest patterns, and various oilier articles of thc latest fashion, at moderate prices, Collins street, Feb. 26, 1B29. ¦ The Cheapest Warehouse in Town. MRS. D. JOSEPHS, H Collins Street. , GENTLEMEN'S Wearing Apparel, Gentlemen's elegant clouks, lined with silk velvet, Ladies'dresses of every kind, , Town prints, Batiste dresses, Gentlemen's handsome summer handkerchiefs, Do. very handsome dress coats, Howlers, Haberdashery and hosiery, Ladies'black and white silk hose, j" Gentlemen's blaok stocks. Ladies' elegant veils, vrry handsome at 9s. Lace, ribbons, net, &c. very cheap, . Umbrellas and parasols, Children's do. Table mats', Decanter stands, Very good drab cloth, Scotch caps, Spitalfields silk, ' ' Gentlemen'...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

THE COUNTRY POST.   Launceston, Feb. 23.—We have no arrivals this     week except the cutter Fanny from Circular head.   The vessels remain in the harbour the same as last   week, with he addition of the Fanny. A store on   the premises of the late Capt. Kenn, was burned to   the ground on Thursday last. The wind favouring | the exertions of the people the fire was confined to   the building in which it commenced. Fortunately   there was nothing of any value in the store at the   time. It is supposed that the fire was caused by the   kitchen chimney having some communication with   the store. I regret to add, that on Tuesday last a party of the black native people lay in ambush near Mr. Bell's stock but at Cumming's folly, about seven miles from hence, and as his shepherd was leaving the hut he received a spear in the left side, ...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 February 1829

. From ffie Gazette of thia Day* In consequence of the disregard of the Govern- ment Notice No. 33 ofthcI8thof February, 1S2S, relative lo the mode of preparing and forwarding Pe- titions, and of its haring been reported that more money has been exacted for Ihem than is permitted, the republication of thc Notice has been directed ; and all parties concerned are hereby warned, thal no applications will in future be attended to which are not prepared and forwarded in the form and manner prescribed. ¦., ¦ Mr. Alexander Gordon Watson is appointed swore gauger in the Customs department at Hobart town. Representations having been made tb the Lieu- tenant Governor of the inconvenience and delay at- tending the stowing and unstowing of goods in the bonded warehouses, a gang of men bas been appointed to be employed under the Store-keeper for this pur- pose, exclusively; and the following scale of charges will be required to be paid.? For S/iv its. < Per pipe, three-quarter pipe or...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 March 1829

General Post Office, Hobart-ttncn, Marchi, ItWO. "Rk/|TATI.S will be forwarded to the Isle of Prance, rrJL Cape of Good Hope, and India, by the Hebe, Capt. Richmond, on the rilli inst. The Moil -per Marquis ol' Lnn.sdown, Capt.-Noyes, will be closed on Thursday evening, lUlh inst, al 8 o'olock.-. John Thomas Collicott, Post-niHRicr. ron SALE. " A COTTAGE, situated in Brisbane street, con- taining four rooms ami a large kitchen, with 0 detached outhouse and nn excellent garden. Liberal credit will bc given on approved security. Apply at the Courier office. JUST landed from the Hube, Twenty Hogsheads superior ¦ : BROWN STOUT. Apply tn WM. LEM*. Albion Hotel, Elizabeth street, Mardi 5, t4t A . Morse and (Jig to be Let. WOOL SCREW. I"U)R Slate nn excellent new Wool Screw, 5 ft. ^ (j iii. lung, with box, cramps and bead com lilete.' lt will p^-ss UGO lb. washed, and S-JO lb un. vvaslu d ; size of a bale, 2 ft. 2, by 3 ft. 0 in. Apply to J! Johnson, Liverpool street. PASSAGE TO ENGLAND. A...

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