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[?] THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 April 1829

)F THIA DAY. Whereas', on the robbery was committed by two armed men, George Appleby, plonies, the latter a' J a reward of Fifty lon or persons who (formation as. shall fer of these offenders: Ifnor has been pleased to 'capture of either of those 'effected by a Convict, he shall receive, In addition to the above Reward, a Free Pardon ; and a Ticket of Leave will be granted for such informa- tion as shall lead to their apprehension. By His Excellency's Command, J. Burnett. (Government Order, No. 3.) Captain Montagu   proceeding To England, The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint W. T. Parramore, Esq. to act as Clerk of the Council, until the pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known. On the occasion of Captain Montagu's departure, His Excellency cannot avoid expressing that his zeal, intelligence, and discretion in conducting the business of the Council since its first appointment, have merited the unqualified approbation of thc Lieutenant Governor, B...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several communications are unavoidably post- poned. John Barleycorn, the native, if possible.in our next. We arc requested by our correspondents at Corn- wallis parish and Campbell town to state, that no imputation was intended lo be oust on the polioe at Swail.port, as the oversight ia their communications -consisted, in calliog those who had been squatters still by thal natue, though they became legal settlers in another 'district} aud the Campbell town writer continued without notioing the distinction, the use of the terms.which the other had used. Those of our subscribers who haye not yet paid up their small accounts to the eud '(if last quarter, thc 3lst ult, are respectfully intreated to oblige ni willi 1 the amount as soon a» convenient, the heavy expenses attendant on our establishment making Uris request (be more imperious. Mr. Thomas Scott, of Cameron street, Launceston, onr Agent, is empowered to give receipts lo those who may find it convenient lo pay ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

JOhM Mte&ifett-hiit to tuition ta hiriinck' (already advertised) h-beived Several Sets of" excellent Gig and Pony Harness* *n assortmehlnt i's1,' Gig Whipst Shamraoy Leather, &c; ' w Argyle-streetj April i7t 1820.. . J -^__????¦ ¦ ¦ . ? ¦?- ri ''¦'.-? jr) be LE'i* ..??-.-. Sj! rlMH kipper Jiart bf Woodlsnd Hollie; willi ititi fk JL Use of kitchen and stable; GmJuirJ lb bs iii made On (liepremises. ? ' . IP] Campbell street, April 16, li329. jp l?0ll LONDON DIRECT, ff1 <$§$&' rpHE fine first blass baili ALICE, Gi Vj JSsEuS*. , X K. TODD, ruay be expected at .'j this port ib a nfonth'or six weeks, to oohiplele her , \j loadiug.fbr the above placei the prineipalpafl bf her '1,1 cargo being positively engaged, she will be speedily |[ despatched* Sha Will have room for about 150 tons' [tl of oil, nnd a few bales bf Wool, wliich will be taker! v!| At a Very low rate, if early applicntionbe'made td f» GUORGB.-TU'KNIiBY) AgenU 'I Liverpool ssreet, April 18...

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THE WANDERER'S [?]ONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

THE WANDERER'S IONG. Where is new my home, my home T 3rJWhere is now my borne f 'Tis no where, and 'tis ev'ry where; . As o'er the world I roam'} . Tis-on the cold and cloudy hill, - "? ?Tis in the noiseless dell? ., A reekless wight for .once may sleep' frisuch a place fill well. , 1 care not who's my company, Or be.tbey'higli br low, ' ' ? -If-they be rough* why I am rough J . If they bo smooth; I'm so. ; I toke my bed. where'er tis spreads .Jn country pr in town ; . ;_ Thruigh I.loye to be at the hostlerie - When night comes stealing down.

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THE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

THE FARAWELL. Writ len by the Kev. Mr. W. tn hi* brother Dr. W. . on his dtparturcjor Vdn Diemen's land. Farawell my dear brother, though now we must part, jhy im^ge time, ne'er shall efface from my he»t! $!>{V>BU J- ove.r Scotia's wild mountains maj roani, While thy ship ridesiafar o'er vast mountain's of foam J 1 ne'er shall forget ihe sweet bouts we have passed, Ere the winds met thy ear from'the low-bending mast; When together lo school, wilb light bosoms we-ran; . Nor dreamt of ihe troubles attending on man. . pi u-lmt are thc pleasures to manhood that flow; Compared with the raptures of boyhood's warm glow, WliVu.we view'tj alf around us s6 pleasing and green,' And believed still beyond lay a lovelier scene. Ycs( life lovely seemed'n's a valley of thorn, AV Lose blossoms spread fair 'neath tho soft-blushing ...,,-,_ morn; . , , ...'. Wliere we viewed it afar, how wc long'd to ba tbere, T.o bask:'mong the flbw'rs of a valley sp fair 1 But now we have rcach'd it, and find ...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF THI3 DAY. [Government Notice, No. 84.] Thursday next, the 23d instant, being tue day appointed for cele- | hrating the Anniversary of the birth of His most gracious Majesty, it will be observed as a holyday throughout the territory, and the Government mec- hanics and labourers are to be exempted from labuur on that day At sunrise the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave battery, and tba Union Jack at Mount Nelson. At noon, a Roy ni salute will be fired from Mul- grave battery, and the troops in garrison will tire a felt dejoie, immediately after the salute, in bonoor of the day. By Command of the. Lieutenant Governor, .-...-"" J. Burnett. (Government Notice, No. 85.) In consequence of thc want of accommodation in ilie Government house, the Lieutenant Governor will not hold a Levee on St. George's day. By His Excellency's Command, J. Rurnett. {Government Notice, No. 80.] The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Arthur Davies, Esq. and James Briggs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

POST AND RAIL FENCING.   TENDERS to erect about 200 rods of post and rail fencing on Dr. Wilson's allotment of ground, situated on the New town road, adjoining Dr. Scott's village of Boa Vista, and of a similar to the fence lately erected on it, may be sent by the 1st of May next, to Dr. Scott's, Liverpool street. IMPOUNDED, AT Brighton, twelve sheep (supposed to be stolen) having a variety of ear marks; also, one working bullook. branded BW left horn, WOOD right horn, LD near shoulder. If not claimed before the 2lst April, they will on that day be sold to defray the expenses. JOHN JAMES, Poundkeeper. Brighton, 31st Match, 1829. . IMPOUNDED AT Sandy bay, one grey bullock branded on the iiear hip SB, rin near thigh L. If riot claimed and expenses paid, if will bc sold at the p6und iii' 21 davs to defray tho same. -April 3,1829. D' ANDERS6N. IMPOUNDED. AT Wallace. Oatlands, a grey cow, white back and belly, branded AK on near rump, a calf by her side, a.red heifer'whiic b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

The King?God Bless Him! t AN El-pant assortment of FEATHER"-. Arti- ficial Flowers^ Ladies'and Gentlemen's while j kid Gloves, ut the undersigned, , - . G. LANGFORD. April 15. 1829. - ¦ F UFTV.Patr of jirinie.STEERS. linne, under .three j^ yearsOld, and fit for .immediate wuik, ure ready fur lli.e;iiupeclion of settlers, and.?wj.ll. be4K5' prised of'on ilie iiiost reasonable (erins, for re*ily"tiiOv ney. Apply-to Mes9is. Stynes and Troy, ut'the Coal river. -,''.'., ? ,:',.' .ENCYCLOPAEDIA: ,..-??.?. TO be sold nt the Courier office, the Eucyclnptcr elia Eilini'ji^sia, in. 6 vols, quarto, ItiSiS. the nins! compact and complete woik of the kind hitherto published. Price, IG/. / .ASSIGNED SERVANTS. j rip HE undersigned begs to state thus generally in .H. reply to the. several gentlemen who have, been pli-asi d to employ, him ns .their agent in Hobart' toHii, that the moment the servants can he supplied? agreeably .tri the. orders ftom the Principal Super-' jnlenrient, he .will not fail...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. Macquarie District, April 11. The blacks ap- peared on the west side of the river Ouse on the 30th ult. where they plundered a few stock huts. They were immediately pursued, and in a rencontre with them, a black woman was unfortunately severely wounded. She has been sent down to New Norfolk. A party of the field police and others chased them several miles, when they crossed the Derwent near the cataract. The next day, during the absence of Mr. Macpherson's shepherd and storekeeper from their hut, they robbed it of every thing it contained, turned the wool out of their beds and filled them with   potatoes which they dug from the garden with panni- kins. Being surprised by the shepherd, who was then unfortunately unarmed, in the act of committing these depredations, they immediately seized their spears, and the man lost no time in giving information of their presence. Parties of soldiers, field police and others have been constantly in search of them   s...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 April 1829

THE   HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1829. Arrived on Saturday last the brig Tigress, Captain A. Rodger, from Port Jackson 2d instant with 1 bale corn sacks, 25 barrels pitch and tar, for Dawes and Hewitt, 1 box stationery and 3 male trees, J. C. Un- derwood, 6 hhds. wine, Kemp and Co. 4 casks cheese, 10 boxes soap, 10 bundles wheat sacks, Crombie and Co. 4 boxes oranges, Captain Rodger, 1 bale bags, James Grant, 1 box preserves, J. Jennings, 18 pack ages soap. Sydney snuff, tobacco, &c. W.T. Stocker 1 case cheese, J. Collins, 1 box shells, Thos. Young, 5 packages cloth, trimmings and cheese, R. Jones, 20 hhds. porter, 177 bundles gunny bags, W. M. Orr. Passengers--Capt. Wentworth and lady, Miss Brmoley, Madame and Miss D'Hotman, child, and 2 servants. Mr. Robert Jones, Mr. H. Webb, A. Whiteside, a detachment of the 63d regiment, and 1 prisoner.       Vessels in the harbour--Swiftsure, Pyramus, and   ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We baw mil i-""'-1 "- ' ' We have not inserted the Letter signed '? Bombas tes Fiiriuso, with the (pieties respecting the Bible Society, because wc are enabled to stale from ntirown knowledge, that as far as very arduous and anceasing duties will permit, its a flairs are diligently attended to by ihe proper officers. The Letter from the Bush, signed " T. G. G." ii also postponed. We were about to print " John Barleycorn," when we found lie .should retjuire thc pruning knife so much that ive feared, in the zeal of cutting od'the grog ene- my the feelings of the Knight also might uuil'er.

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

FR0IV1 THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY. [Government Order, No. 5.] The Lieutenant Governor regrets to aunounoc that he bas received a'despatch from the Secretary of State, communica- ting thu melancholy intelligence of the death of Her Majesty the Queen'Dowager of Wirtemberg, atLud wigshQf'g, ori'lhe 6th of October last. The Royal Standard and Union Jack will be hoist- ed half-mast high, tho former at Mulgrave Battery, the latter at Mount Nelson, from sun-rise to sun-set to-morrow, and each succeeding day, tiJI Thursday the 30)li instant. His Exct Heney is pleased to appoint the period of General Motoning to be from the 30th instant until the 30th of May next inclusive. Bv His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. April 24, 1829. [Government Notice. No.* 88.] The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermen- tioned iiidulgcncics :?Tickets of Leave to Samuel Riiuihard, 3K9, Chapman, Police District of New Noifolk. John Hnllurd, 500, Competitor, Police District of Oatlands. By His E...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

[The following hit been sent'us for insertion, from the peri of a young contributor,' Weass'ure.liini his" threat to send it-to the columns of a contemporary, if we refused to print" it was" uniieccssary, for we de- light to encourage the infant muse.' Let hiiri but ob. serve the rules of writing which he has himself laid down, and we shall al tv ays' be most happy to see Ills contributions iii our columns. As a caution in liis^ future sallies, (as well as a.con sola ti on to our readers) we would however remind him, that thoogl'.he bas ad- ministered to our death, and forcibly stripped off our mortal coil, we have yet a iciiMeft behind, and a spirit hovering on earth to lash the vices, and to encourage the virtues of old Van Diemen.] UPON HEARING OF THE DEATH OF THE EDITOR OF THECdURIEJR. (Written after the manner of Swift, a Diatogtie, bc twem a friend of thc 'deceased and a contemporary ''"?' '""' '-'?"'' " '' Editor. ' Scene?:thr late Editor's ,S?cpy. Friend?So then the Doctor's...

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DIRGE TO THE M[?]MORY OF MISS EL[?]EN GEE, OF KEW, who died i[?] consequence of being s[?]ng in the eye. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

DIRGE . to Tn p.. Mc^ipny ov.miss ellen gee, of kew, jj jekp died jin couseqwiicc of being Hung in fife eye'* Peerless, yet hapless maid of Q1 Accomplished I.N G!! Never again shall I and U Together sip our T. For ph ! the Fates! I know ;iot V, fScnt midst l)ie flowers al), Width ven'mous stung her .in ihe I, So that she could no.t C. ? LN cxclnim'd, " Vilo spiteful B! ll ever t catch U' On jess'mine, rosebud, or sweet P, ' I'll change your slinging Q. "1.11 send you, like a lamb or U, Across th' Allantjo C, From our delightful village Q, To distant t)YE. " "A stream rons from my wounded I Salt as the briny C, As rapid ns the X or Y, The OIO, or D. ''Then fare thee ill,insensate Bl Who stung, nor yet knew Y; Since not for wealthy Durham's C Would I haye lost ruy I.'!.v They bear with lean fair LN 6 lu funeral RA, A clay-cold porse now doom'd to B, Whilst 1 mourn her DK. Ye nymphs of Q, then shun each B, . List to thc reason Yl For should ,^B CU at T, He'll sorely sting your I. Now i...

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FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

FRQM A CORRESPONDENT. The few following remarks are ihterided to illus- trate the probable prospects of. the settlers and the influence which the pietjeht depression is likely to have upon the future destinies of tho colony.-?Tho : farmers until lately hii've most unquestionably acted 1 ?upon mistaken principles. Tiiuy weie originally few! in number. Their stock wai of course very limited' and scarcely competent to inoet the Government de-' mand?produce accordingly brought an extiavagant price-itbere was no conipetitimi-<-the stockholder was sure of a ready sale. But they did not obseive ' that such a state of things could not long exist; al- though the daily accession to their owii number by r tiie' settlement-'of emigrants and the rapid increase of 'their (locks-, ought-lohnve poiiited out its instability. When, the Government demand not increasing, they ' they began to lind'smiles more difficult, lin-j attributed, the evil to temporary causes and slill kept up their', ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

CANDLE MANUFACTORY, Next thor to Ute Courier Office, Lincrpool-sl* TEpHli undersigned has just received by the Swift JL sure, and on .-'nie :? Tortoishell back and braid Combs Imperial pocket and vcedins do. Ladies' fashionable pink Gloves Diaper dinner and breakfast Cloths Mavor's spelling Books Childrens- Bouka of all sorts Scrubbing Brushes and Bellows Caudles, wholesale and retail . B.B.?Wanted to purchase a quantity of Wheat. : M. PAINE. ¦ ¦ ' ¦" lost, ;.";': \ ? ON the road between Mr, Gatenby's and Jericho,' a new Hessian Boot. Whoever will apprize the Printer where it is to bo had, shall receive 10s. Reward. .'. : rg^lHli undersigned will, on the 1st day of May . next, opou an APOTHECARY'S SHOP in Clonlea street, Launceston, opposite to Mr. Hail's, where Drugs of every description; will be disposed of. THOS. LANDA.LL. ? WANTED, . _~^0 clear and break up from 20 to 30 acres of Jj. land,-on thu properly of the undersigned al. Newtown. Persons desirous of contiacliiig fur the w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

IMPOUNDED, AT Hamilton, I Cow, black sides, white back ] R near hip, IT near thigh, with a black bull Calf, white back, no brand. 1 black Cow, TA off hip. 1 strawberry Heifer, brand S and another letter not legible on the off hip. 1 Cow, blue sides, white back, RB or BB near thigh and a brand resembling sXoa the near shoul- der. ' 1 black Bull, white back and belly, no brand visible. ¦ If tho above ore not claimed nnd expenses paid within 21 days from this date they will be sold at the Pound on Thursday thu 7lh of May next to delray the expeniei. ' ? ? ,r,.,. , .... Wh RQADKfll.GHT, Ponndkeeper. Hamilton, ApririM829. ' -.IMPOUNDED. A T Wallace. Oatlands, a'grey cow, white back /m. and belly, branded AK on near rump, a calf by lier side, a red heifer while belly and white stripe along the back, branded TB hear shoulder, and JM near rump, a yellow Poland heifer branded J on the fibs near side, a dark brown, cow, white belly, a lit- tle white on' the back, branded H off rump. RB near d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

For London Ditent. With liberty to touch ai the Capt. THE fine fait sailing brig, {JOMET j ^_^^_^ 280 tons,A.l. coppered popper fasten e(T Gmp(.Fraser, has excellent acoomiUodstiop, $ will tail in all April. 'ifiia Tewerwill take In her dead height in Syd hey and return to fiji* port iuMne^iataly. Ferfrei«,ty or passage apply to tile commander on board, or io '¦ J. C. UNDERWOOD. N.B. Wool intended to be shipped bj {his Vessel will be stored free of expense. .','., Macquarie-street, 23d. Jan. 1S29. | » "j FOR LONDON AND LIVERPOOL. .rr'HE fine first class brig Margaret, 350 ,-'¦; tons bnnben, Alexander Craig, oom* nauder, will positively leave tbis port in a very few Bays. As the Margaret is dow the only vessel lp barbour loading for England, and having a considerable part of lier cargo already on board, shippers niay rely on her departure at the day appointed, Foi Ft eight or passage apply to ' W. WILSON, Agent. BARK SWIFtSUUE FROM.LONDON, uSfiMft A RR1VED per the above vessel. And.P...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 April 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, A PRIL 25, 1829. Arrived on Saturday last the 18th instant, the convict ship Georgiana, 4?3 tons, J. S. Thomson,   commander, from the Downs 1st December, whence she drove out by stress of weather, with loss of anchors and cables. Put into Plymouth on the 3d, and sailed from thence on the 10th December. An- chored at the Cape of Good Hope, on the 27th Feb. and left that place on the 7th of March. She brings 169 male prisoners, 3 having died on the voyage. The guard consists of a detachment of 1 serjeant and 28 privates of the 40th regiment, under the command   of Lieutenant Francis Stanford. Surgeon Superin- tendent, Dr. D. B. Conway, R. N. Passengers- Mrs. Stanford, and child born at sea on the 30th ult., 4 women, wives of the guard, and 6 children. Cap- tain Lethbridge and Captain Swanford, both of the East India Company's service. Two male prisoners were taken on board at the Cape, and 1 free woman, the wife of one of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 May 1829

F STALL FED BEEF. OR Sale, Four superior Stall Fed OXEN. Ap* ply t0 THOMAS CRUTTENDEN. Thornhill, Fittwaler, April 29,1829. TO BE LET. A convenient House, containing five roon», situât ed in the best part of Brisbane street. For particulars inquire of the printer. FOR SALE, SOME'prime TARES for seed, apply attbe Brit- ish Hotel, Liverpool street. April ,30th 1829. CHEAP LEATHER WAREHOUSE. S WINTLE begs to inform those persons in the « habit of purchasing leather, that he has now for sale superior kangaroo skins, at 24s. per dozen, lmzil 12s. kip 3s. per lb. sole leather lOd. ditto, to- gether with hemp, flax, nails, Seo. S*J» Leather cut la -suit purchasers. -' TO VICTUALLERS. TE^HE undersigned has for sale at his Farm on the I Mutquane river, from four to five hundred 1 at EWEa and WETHERS, fr^m 2 to 4 years old. HLGH ROBERTSON. nnilk undersigned will, on tie 1st day of May J. next, upon an APOTHECARY'S SHOP in Charles street, Launceston, opposite to Mr. Hall's, where Drugs of ever...

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