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

FREIGHT and PASSAGE. For Liverpool Direcct, THE fine fast sailing brig MARGARET, burthen 250 tons, A. CttAlG,   Commander, having returned from Sydney is now loading for the above port. Early application- is requested to be made for freight and passage, as her stay herc willbe very short, having the greater part bf heir cargo already engaged. Thc Margaret has superior accommodations for a limited number of Passengers, and will carry an ex- perienced Surgeon of the Royal Saw. Apply to THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell street, Nov. 13, 1828. FOR LONDON DIRECT, THE fine teak built Ship Marquis of Lansdown, R. Noyes, Commander,       having two thirds of her Cargo engaged, will sail, early in March. All her accommodations are taken except two Cabins. For Freight or Pastage apply to W. A. BETHUNE.   FOR LONDON DIRECT,   The Ship MERMAID, THAT fine fast-sailing first class. Ship' MERMAID, Wm. Henniker, commander ...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 March 1829

From the Gazette of this Day. Tenders to supply the following articles are to be   sent to the Colonial Secretary by Tuesday the 17th instant, and samples of the same by the same day, to the Ordnance Storekeeper, viz- (Convict Establishment)   Rod iron assorted ........ 20 cwt. Bolt iron 6-8ths inch.... 10 do. Pitch ....... 9 do. Screw plates & taps complete 3   Gimlets assorted ...120 Spike ditto ditto ......24 Pump tacks ............ ...56 pounds Steering compass......... 1 Brass thimbles ............ 48 Tailors' ditto ......13 Knitting needles .......100 Bodkins ............ 12 Carpenter's adzes........ 24 (Colonial Establishment.)   Batten nails .......... 600 lbs. Clasp ditto (20d.) ......120 lbs. Shoe ditto........... 28 lbs. Rising-hinges.....12 pairs   Table ditto .............. 6 do. Edge ditto .......... 12 do.   Screw-plates & taps comp .. 3 Carpenters' adzes........ 24 Gimlets a...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 182[?]. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 March 1829

THE HOBART- TOWN COURIER.         SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1823. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Sailed on Sunday the ship Royal George, R. Em- bleton, commander, for Bombay, with a detachment of H. M. 40th regiment, as particularised in our last. Yesterday, the brig Fairfield, Captain James Booth, with part of her import cargo, for Sydney. Passen- gers—Mr. J. Tingcombe and Mr. Samuel Dring. Vessels remaining in the harbour. Ships—Reli- ance, Mermaid, Marquis of Lansdown. Brigs— Margaret, Hebe, Dragon, Bark—Alice. The Reliance is expected to sail tomorrow for Port Jackson. Arrived last night the ship Lang, Captain Lusk, from Sydney. At the sale by auction of 60 head of cattle of va- rious ages, by Mr. McKay, on Tuesday, the prices   obtained per head, on an average, did not amount to much above £2. As the sale, however, was without reserve, and considerable delay took place at the ferry in bringing the cattle to town, on the whole, the ...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 March 1829

EXECTUION On Monday morning the two wretched men, John Salmon and Daniel Brown, suffered the penalty of their atrocious murder, on the gallows in the gaol yard. '-Notwithstanding the injunctions -of the Chap- lain Mr. Bedford, and of the other reverend members of our community, as well as the incessant entreaties of Mr. G. A. Robinson, who we are happy to bear testimony, continues his periodical visits to tho gaol, with the best effort; these callous murderers continued deaf to every call to approach their offended God, until awakened by the dread announcement of the sheriff on Saturday evening. Apt to catch at every floating straw, like sinking men, they even buoyed themselves up with some hope of life from the un- usual length of time the jury took to deliberate on their case. It wss not indeed, until late on Saturday Afternoon that the verdict of guilty was returned, and sentence passed, that they should be hanged on the following Monday morning, when the awful tid- ings at last ...

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

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. rr^HE adjourned Meeting of this Sooiely will be ' X , held on Tuesday next, tbe 10th instant, at the Coatin.eroial Tavern on the Wharf, at 1 o'clock pre- cisely. ~* , TO HE SOLD BY.AUCTION, : :, . By Mr. J. C. Underwood, At the Rjyal hxchange Auction Mart, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the lGth 17th, Itt tb and 10th instant, at 12 o'elook each day, THE following VALUABLE GOODS, positively without reserve :? Woollen alia wis. silk and woollen ditto, imitation ditto, scarfs, imitation crape ditto, silk damask shawls silk and cotton ditto, double danlaak ditid, blach silk and cotton tear ft, silk and worsted tartan shawls,' zebra ditto, Furniture dimities, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, ladies'dresses, lustrings, white jeans; ball'cotton, tapes, thread, shirting calicoes, Circassian stuff, eas sinets, prints, sewing cottons, bees' wax, black pep- per, bombasets, dowlas, velveteen, ' superior Irisb linen, pea jackets, blue cloth'ditto and trowsers, blue cloth...

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

tf'r The SALE by Mr. Colliootl, ,at ttlr. John- son's, Livrerpuol sleet, takes place at 1*2 o'clock THIS DAY,'instead of Thursday, as advertised in ide first page. _

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 March 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. Mr. T. Buxton is appointed pound keeper at Little Swan port, and Mr. A. Reid poundkeeper for the southern division of Great Swan port. Tickets of leave have been granted to Thomas Maddox, Thomas Brickliill, Thomas Smallery, and a duplicate, (the former being lost) to John Whyte. Certificates of freedom have been obtained by   Thomas Jones, John Tysoe, Nathaniel Richmond.     The Justices of the Peace are to meet at the court house on Monday the 30th inst, to certify the trans- fer of the Spotted Cow, Liverpool-street, from John Nesmith, to Thomas Chapman.

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 March 1829

EXECUTION. - On Saturday last John Leach wat tried and found gnjlty of the murder ofthe unfortunate woman with whom he )iad lived for theI last. 10 years. The pain- ful.eircurns'tances of the murder were sufficiently de- tailed in ,ou,r journal at the time. Leach wat on the whole an industrious character'and had obtained ? not long ago, the indulgence of al ticket of leave in re- ward of bis good conduct and services in the public works as a boat builder and carpenter. He cohabit- ed, however, with this woman, with whom it appears > be was not married, and latterly she bad become so great a slave to drunkenness, that she grew callous to the/dative duties she owed to him on the labour of whose hands the depended for support. Whilst he wat absent at his labour during the day, she would tell every moveable she could in order to obtain money to expend in drink. She actually on one oc- casion tonk out some salted meat from a cask nnd pawned for this purpose, to such a state of debase-...

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

FREIGHT and0>ASSAGE. For Liverpool Direcct, m£ffi8LrpHB fine fait sailing brig MARGA jfpSS&L, M ret, burlhen 250 tons, A. Craig, Commander, will be ready to sail on the 20th in- stant. The Margaret bas 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, Nor. 13,1828. For. London Direct* With liberty to touch at the Cape, *j5i5^6rP,HE fine fa,t sailing brig, COMET, JEgsJE* M. 280 tons,A.l. coppered ^copper fasten- ed Capt.Fraser, has excellent accommodation, $ will sail in all April. "ibis vessel will lake in her dead weight in Syd- ney and return to this port immediately. For freight er passage apply to (be commander on board, or to ¦ J.C. UNDERWOOD. N.B. Wool intended to be shipped by this vessel will be stored free of expense. . Macquaricstreet, 23d. Jan. 1629. e TO THE PUBLIC. IA PT. BoBtiNR Russell of the Ship _ Lady Roivbna, (now at Launceston taking...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, MARCH 14[?] 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 March 1829

THE HOB A RT- TOWN COURIER.     SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1829. Arrived on Friday the ship Lang, John Lusk, com- mander, from Sydney. 1st instant, with sundry goods for A. Stephen, A. Thomson, P. Facey, C. Hector. G. C. Mc Kenzie, J. Elliott and J. E. Cox, 215 deals, 30 ash oars, and 55 boxes harrow teeth, Capt. Lusk, 106 bales wool for England, 20 butts and 16 hogs heads wine, shipped in London for the voyage round and 4428 feet cedar. Passengers - Miss Mary-Anne Underwood, Messrs. M. Ludgater, G. Smith, Ralston Mossman and C. Barber.     Arrived on Tuesday from Port Lonis, which she left IT tis January, the brig Guide, Samuel Ashmore, commander, with I 'J 15 bags sugar, 5 bags dates, 3 ba^s cloves, 5 hales gunny and'eanvas bags, 21 roils coir rope, and 5 casks .'cocoa nut oil, fur ' Samuel A»hmore, S boxes specie, F. Manton, 1 bag cotton seed, Thomas Dutton, 1 bog sugar, J. Montagu, 2 casks red wine, R. Siddons, '2 kegs tobacoo, 1 case...

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

SQUARE PIANO. OR Sale, a Square iPiano. Apply to Dr. , Ross. Few casks of Taylors STOUT on'gale at . J. LESTER'S, White Hone, Wellington bridge. .'.?.';¦'? OLD BANK. IVE SHARES in the above Bank to be dis- posed or on easy terms.' Apply io tie printer. JUST landed from the Hebe, Twenty Hogsheads superior ." * I BROWN STOUT. \ j Apply to -,''""' WM. LEAR. Albion Hotel, Elisabeth street, March 5. ' t+t .A Horse and Gig to be Let. ¦ !_L-¦?:?;?'¦???-¦- ? I ,;?/¦'¦' WANTED IA 'workingBaililT, he must be well acquainted jv*, with his duty, and give reference as to charac- ter and ability. ,A single man aod one that has been in the colony sometime will ,be preferred. Apply,;' personally, or by letter, to Mr. Wm, Archer, Wattle pa rk, Norfolk plains. > ' JMarch 9lh 1821). ( ?¦ . ~\ SALE BY AUCI ION, At; the stores lately occupied by Alex. Kenn, esq. deceased. BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, On, Wednesday the 18th inst, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, and from day to day until the whole are; deposed...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 March 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. CLYDE, March 7.—I enclose you an article on smut in wheat, and having tried it as directed I have found the directions prevent smut. I have little doubt if the farmers would adopt it there would be   fewer complaints of smut in wheat of this island. STEEPING SEED WHEAT.—From the Farmer's   Calendar, by J. MIDDLETON.)—There are many methods of steeping, brining, and liming seed wheat, and they are all intended to prevent smut. I have found the advantage of boiling water and lime, as specified in my view of Middlesex, but it would be sufficient to state in this place the experience of the first agriculturist in Kent, James Ellis, Esq. a most spirited as well as extensive and successful agrioul- ' turill, of Barming, near Maidstone, Kent, prepares seed wheat for sowing by flipping it in boiling water, and thon mixing it with lime. This method has se- cured his crops of wheat from redgum and smut for many years ; which fact has become so well ...

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

RECEIVED by the last arrivals, and on sale at '' the stores of B. GUY, Elizabeth street, near Wellington bridge:? A fredi supply of Brazil sugar, (equal (o loaf) by the ton, bug, case or cask. This sugar is re- commended to purchasers, as a substitute for loaf sugar, 120 bogs of tbe best East India Ginger ever ira imported, 4">0 boxes of fresh Chinsurah segars, (HofFsmaker). A few boxes llavannahs, 150 boxes white and yellow soap, 20 Crates wine bottles, Brown wrapping paper in reams or quires, ti Ot) twilled li bushel corn sacks, 40 boxes pickles assarted for families, ;i. 2 'mles striped shirts, the cheapest ever importer!,. 19 bags ltio and W. India Coffee, Real Yarmouth and Dutch herrings in kegs, Pork in half barrels, 1828, A line batch of Sydney cheese, Cape wine in pipes, hogsheads, and quarter oasks, ' - or in quantities of not less than five gallons, Dclamaiu's real cognac brandy, ot Due flavour, Holland's gin, do. do. Jamaica rum, do. do. Real Devonshire cider, do. do. ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The publication of the letter, in reply to that from the Macquarie diitriot of last week, is postpon- ed for fear of the consequences.

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TO M[?] TE[?]POT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

TO MY TEAPOT. My Tea-pot! while thy lips pour forth, For me, a stream of matchless worth, - I'll pour forth rhira** for thee; Don Juan'* veise is gross, tbey cay, But I will pen ¦¦> »r«eer lay, Commencing " Anio tea." Yes?let Anacreon's votary »fj» His flowing bowl with feverish lip, And breathe abominations; Someday he'll he bmol'd out for it. He's brewing mischief whilst /sit And brew my Tea-pot-atim!. I scorn the hop, disdain the malt, I bate solutions sweet and salt Injurious I vote 'em; For tea my faithful palate yearns. Thus,?though my fancy nerer turns. It always is teu-totumJ Aunt Malaprop now drink* Noyeau Instoad of lea, and well I know That she prefer* it greatly ; She says, " Alas ! I give up tea, " There's beeu so much adultery Among the grooer* lately I" She warn* me of tea-dealers' (ricka. Those double dealing men, who mic Unwholesome drugs with some lea; 'Tis bad to sip?and yet to give Up sipping**, worse; we cannot live, . " Nee sine tea nee cum tea." Yet, still ...

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[?]E GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. Government Notice, No. 57. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences - Tickets of Leave to George Davis, 357, Princess Charlotte, Police District of Hobart town, John Camfield, 541, Albion, Police District of Launceston, William Dolboy, 355,   Chapman (2). Police District of Norfolk plains. The Ticket of Leave held by Charles Everett or Everard, Calcutta, has been withdrawn for gross misconduct. By command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. The collector of Internal Revenue requires the present proprietors of the following grants or leases, to pay up the sums respectively stated as due upon the lands, viz:- On Grants from Governor King to - Amo. due. Anu. rent Edward Miller - 100 acres - £45 at 2s. 6d. L. Fosbrook Mathew Bowden Lt. Johnson Thos. Issell Thos. Hayes Hardy Hayes   W. Nichols Mary Peters. J. R. Preston R. Pitt - 100 - 5 - W. Cockerill - 100 - 42s. 6d. J. Blinkworth J. Dacres - 100 - 42...

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

NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the Buckinghamshire Division of the Island of Van Diemen's land will be held at the Court house in Ho- bart town, on Monday the 6th day of April next, to take into consideration the propriety of transferring the License granted to the late Thomas Ransom, de- ceased, to keep the Royal Oak at the Green Ponds, to Catharine Christiana McNally, the sole Executrix of the said Thomas Ransom, deceased. Dated March 29, 1829 CHAS. BETHEL LYONS. Clerk of the Peace.   TOBACCO.   Commissariat Office, March 20,1829. PERSONS desirous of supplying in detail the quantity of Negro head Tobacco required during the current year, are requested to transmit tenders on or before 12 o'clock of Thursday, the 26th instant. A. MOODIE, A.C.G. For Liverpool Direct, The fine fast sailing brig MARGA RET, burthen 250 tons, A. Craig,        ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

Mr. Maakaness, the late Sheriff at Sydney, and one or two others have been brought before the Po- lice office on a charge of not complying with the con- ditions of the Act of Council requiring true answers to the persons deputed to collect the information for tbe census now making of the colony of New South Wales. Mr. Mackaness was discharged because the person requiring the information had not been duly empowered by two magistrates. We cannot how- ever see what possible objection Mr. Mackaness or any other person could have to give the information which we would suppose every one would be most ready voluntarily to contribute. Un- less indeed the policeman had so far forgotten himself as not to clothe his questions with that due civility   necessary in all common transactions between man and man - a circumstance which, we regret to say, too often takes place. Whereas, police-men and constables of all degrees, Sheriff's officers and others,   from the very n...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Sailed on Wednesday morning for the Isle of France the brig Hebe, Captain Richmond, with a cargo of colonial produce, viz: 1537 bundles shingles, 143 planks cedar, 98 ditto lightwood, 48 logs she oak, 30 bags potatoes, 80 sheep, 10 cows, 67 bags onts, 22 ditto bran, 25 ditto wheat, 4 tons and half of hay, 5 stringybark spars, 6 casks beef and pork, 2 ditto flour, 5 ditto and 2 cases apples, 1 case of hams, 14 anchor stocks, 1 case tanned leather, 2 boxes specie, shipped by Mr. Edward Rand, 40 tons coals, 18 kegs butter, 143 hand spikes, shipped by Captain Riohmond. Passengers, Mr. Edward Rand, Mr. G. E. Mc Kenzie, and Peter Aylward, servant. On Thursday the brig Dragon, Captain Daniel Taylor, with a general cargo for Launceston, and two passengers. We learn that of the late tenders of wheat to the Commissary, which closed on Thursday, upwards of 20 thousand bushels have been accepted at prices from 7s. 6d. to 8s....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 March 1829

JACK WORRALL.— He was entrapped into the mutiny of the Nore, but the only part which he took in the proceedings, was writing out in a fair hand several papers for the mutineers,and this he de-   clared he did for no other purpose than to indulge his   own vanity, in displaying his fine writing, upon which   he had highly valued himself. He was tried after the surrender [?] of the mutineers, and transported for life to Van Diemen's land. I was now said he determined to make a push for the capture of this villain Mich. Howe, for which I was promised a passage to England in the next ship that sailed, and the amount of the reward laid upon his head. I found out a man of the name of Warburton, who was in the habit of hunting an- garoos for their skins, and who had frequently met Howe during his excursions, and sometimes furnished him wilh ammunition. He gave me such an account of Howe's habits, that I felt convinced we could take him with a little assistance. I ...

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