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From the Habart Town Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

From llit Unhurt Town Courier. Ry the Aclivu, which has been so Ions on h--r passage, we have received thp following letter, daU'd London, N«v. 9, 1820. The list mi( salts annexed to it arc rather of old date, hut us it will no doubt he satisfactory to the parties concerned to see them insert ed in our journal, we shall n«xt *vctk cum roeiu'i* llin publication in as iargr portions as our present snppU of prinliu^ materials will admit :- To rut EDITOR of the UQBA11T TOWN COURIER Sir,— As some of the Colonists have, I un derstand, complained of the postage of the circulars with Prices Current, of which I have complied four numbers at considerable cxpi-nse, ( take this opportunity through the medium of your widely circulated papers to uw lie known to all the result of the sale, of wool from New .South Wales and Van Diemen's Lund, received since my No. 4, duted ]--t August. I shall feel obliged by your having it printed with this letter, as it will he satisfactory to my friends to know ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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HATS, NEW AND ANCIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

HATS. NEW AND ANCIENT. We know not what will be. thought of our taste in so important a mutter, but we must confess we are net fond of a new hat. .'here is a certain insolence about it : it stems to value itself upou it's finished ap pearance, aud to presume upon our liking before we art: acquainted with it. In the first place, itcomes home more like a marmot or some other living creature, than a manu facture. It is boxed uo, and wrapt up in a silver paper, and brought up delicately: It is us sleek ns a lap dag. Then we are to lake it out ai nicely, and people are to wonder bow we shall look in it. Maria witches one this way, and Sophia that, and Caroline that, and Catherine t'other. We have thedifficult task, all the while, of look ing easy, till the approving vetes are pro nounced : our only lesource (which is also diflicul()is to say good things to all four; or to clap the hat upon each of their heads, and ire what pretty milk-women they make. At last the approving votes are pro ...

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THE GOUTY MERCHANT AND THE STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

THB GOUTY MERCHANT AND THB STRANGER. InBroad-streetBuildings,ona winter's night, Snuc by hii parlour fire a gouty wight Sate all alone, with one hand robbing Hii legsroll'd up ia fleecy hose, While t'other held beneath his noso Tke public Ledger in whose columns grub liinr. He noted all the sales of hops, Ships shops, and slops, Gum, galls and groceries, ginger, gin, Tar, Tallow, turmerick, turpentine and tin ; When lo ! a decent personage in black Entered, and most politely said— ' Yoor footman, Sir, hss gone his nightly track, To the King's Head, And left your door ajar, which I Observed in passing by, And thought it neighbourly to give you no tice.' ' Ten thousand thanks— how Tery few get In time of danger Such kind attentions from a stranger. Assuredly that fellow's throat is Doom'd to a final drop at Newgate. He knows, too, the unconscious elf, That there's no soul at home except myself.' ' Indeed !' replied the stranger, looking grave ; ' Then he's a double knave. Up knows tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

I ONE POUND REWARD. M OST, on Saturday, the 8th May KJ last, the dexter half of a TEN POUND BTE, of the Cornwall Bank, No. 277. ?Any one finding the other half, uud d« ?«ring the same to the Bank, or to Mr. Brolaii, of the Ship Inn, shall receive ONE ?dnd rewabd. Ht 1» of no use but to the owner, as pny lut of the same is stopped at the Bank, ?sestrccstenj-dmre'tnti, VSiO. m-± ? . ? _ ? ?jiOR SALE at the Office of the V Launceston Advertizer, the following Kful find valuable Books :— ? ?Memoirs of Fouch6 17s. 6d. ; Scoresby's wages 15s. ; Antar, a Romance, in 4 vole. ? Us. 6d. ; The Sicilian, a Novel 15s. ?Mrs. Opie's Novels, and various other en ?taining Works. ?Uso ;— Excellent Blotting paper 2s. pt-r ?re, and large Drawing paper 2s. Od. per Bet. f NOTICE. ?^HIS is to give Notice tp the Inha I. bitanls of Swan River, and the Public Keneral, that Mr. Daniel Cooper, of thr Bro ef Cooper and Levey, has no concern ?connexion with the Firm of Peel &Co. Bervrise than having acte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

Birth.— At Sydney, on the 8th May, the lady of Charles Mc Lauchlan, Esq., of a Daughter.  

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SUPREME COURT. Monday, May, 31rth 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

SUPREME COURT. Monday. May, 31 si 1830. ? This day the Court met at 10 A. M., stlH the following gentlemen being swotu ii,H proceeded to try William Knii-lit Im ntS bing Mr. Joseph Janus, of Georgr TouoH on the 2nd ol February, 1S'J!-, oi J silttM spoon*, value £1. 14s., 2 bknkrts idluriifl 1 knives and 4 forks value 3s.,cjiii'£iiii«alaiH 20s., and oue gun without a lot k value H'fl 1 pans 6s., and one powcipr flask 2d., vakH Mulcahy, White, and Kinc wcnpIadH at tbe bar, while the jo. y uitc sworn uilH then removed. H Lieutenant Uyball foreman, Captain MrtS ban, Lieutenant Ciely, Surgi-'oti Russcl, EtiH signs, l,8ckj«r, Cole ai.d Duirfop. ? Tbis robbery having taken place befoiH Mr. Peel's act came into ojicralion, it miH tried uuder th« old law. S William Rustel sworn.— I cone h»rt(« speak the truth, I am tservaul lu Mi. JutqikH James. 1 vf as his servant in Fcbrunrj'. 'itti'lffl my mister liveu at Geoim* la vt it. Wai. KnigtitH the piiioner, was my fellow vrvmil ai ilutH time. One...

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VERSES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

VEUSES. Suggested ky a conversation respecting the as lonithing rate at which tteam carriage* tie txpeclti to go, and the consequent march of rtfinemeift, 'Tell John taset the kettle on, I mean to lake a drive ; I only want te go to Home, And shall be back by five. Tell cook todrrss those humning-birdi 1 shot at Mexico : Thry'xe now been killed at least two days, They'll be tin ptu Irop htut. I'll try that wine, too, a la rote, Jusi brought from Ispahan: IIoiv could those Goths of other times Endure that vile Champaigne ? s The trip 1 took the other day, To breakfast in the moosi, Thanks to the awkward Lord Rellaire, Has spoiled my new balloon. For, steering through the Milky Way. He ran against a star, And turning round again too soon, Came jolt against my car. Such fellows ought to keep below, Autl never venture there ; If he's so clumsy, he shall go By no way but the bear. My fteam is surely up by now Put the high pressure on ; Give me the 'breath bug' for the way,— All right— he...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

Mr. Editor.— I have been already- torn* considerable time in this Colony, and regret to have observed the Sabbath Day viewed in so abominable a light as it is by some of your considerable landholders (in pmrticulmru in this part of the country, nay, it is entirely inconsistent with all religion^ and n)ainly displays the insincerity of the shaft's real character. I allude to the odious and molt ?npardonable practices of your extensive land and stock holders suffering thfcir teams to travel on the Lord's Day, as well as the same to be loaded preparatory for the fol lowing day's market, as if they eonld not find time on a week day to perform their work, but must convert the Sabbath into a day o( labour.— Besides, what an example is such conduct to the rising generation of this infant Colony, and to those more imme diately connected with them! Do we not exist through the bounty of the Creator I Hew are we to assume a character of inde- pendenee of Him, and of each other f Who does he ac...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

SHIP j|8|b NEWS. Arrived. On Sunday,— The schooner Friendship, from Circular Head. SAILip. On Sunday,— The Prince Reoen*, Capt Yoang, for Sydnej, with 2,500 Wdueli or wheat, and 9 bales wool 1-j j. *j. 5owwon» 18 bales wool, by Messrs. ford ft Parlynsonij Passengers,— Mr. H. Solom»n & j.Carpenter. Same Day,— the Yrt&'QttUEN CiTtBi-etfriBV Capt. Renuoldspn, forSydney, with 3,000 bushels wheat, '350 kangaroo skins, and 30 tin lea wool. June 6th,— The barque Lucy Datidson, Captain Wiseman, from George. ToirQ for London, with vrooland bark. The brig Governor Phillips hai drop ped down the river on her way to Sydney. » Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Brjg Guide, sch'ooner Friendship, and cut ? , ter Opus/urn. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWK. On the 7th inst.— The Barque Elizabeth, Capt. Phillips, from Canton 13lh March, 1830, and 30ih March from Sincapore. Cargo. ? —100 chests tea, to Kemp & Co., 500 chests 'and 1000 half-chests tea, 1014 packages 'sugar, 50 boxes nankee...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the- discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his' road perfectly free from the arro ws of those who are interested in preventing the Aigib of truth from confronting and dissipatiug their power. The subjoined is a list of the arrivals and departures of vessels in and from the Port of Syduey, for only one week in May 5th to lllh inclusive. It is divided under two beads, viz. — Trade .Coastwise and Foreign, or from Ports not subject to the Government of. Lieutenant General Darling. The outward trade arrived in the above pe riod consisted of six vessels, two of which weic ships from . Epglaud—thr Mermaid aud the Nithsdale, both; laden with prisoners and Government! Stores ; the brigs Bee and Industry ; and the schooners Madeira Packet and Henry : all these imported goods, more or less, and they carry 1,248 tons. During the same period, seven vessels have cleared outot...

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CURIOUS ACCOUNT OF AN APPREHENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

CURIOUS ACCOUNT OF AN APPRKHEN S1ON. One of the watchful guardians of the night discovered foar men under a gas lamp on the Steyne, having with them tpadti and club; and from their vAhf-ful appearance, he. suspected them also to hivtdimmoudi and other property. When he first saw them they were on tllfotirt, but finding themselves put to it they btgau brag ; but seeing there was some haurd, their heard began to fail ih»m. anal ttl'frAr akati&in* and ruttitir* fhtJV resolved riot to follow «mV, and therefore irumptd, up a story about fair dtmliug, or the knavei w*uld have betn driven tut of loan. as it was evident they had an odd trick and no htnourt, and ought to be diickrded, In plain English, a watchman found fonr ser vants, siren, playing at cards on the Steyne, by lamp light, whom he ordered to quit their occupation, «n' g*ng home. Brighton Gazttli. CREDIBLE STORY. A lateGerman newspaper gives the follow ing erediUt narrative :— In an imperial city, lately, a criminal was...

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A BEGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

A BKtitiAR. -. ? ? .t A raendicaut' mus -«oiit c« meet ? . A miser, as he wilked the street ; -. And while he ask'd the latter'a aid^- « The man of gold would thus upbi aid : ' 1 give to none, (hpetreetiithat«jam, My charity begins at home.' -?:? . Once us he went hi* homeward road,'. The beggar in- bis- footsteps trade; .- And as nib door was opeii'tl wide, , Hcsiiw tliebesrarliy hisMde; ^ .-.;'? Then with a most uuciacious stare, ?- Ask'd whattiic wr«-nli expected ithere^ The beggUrauswer'tl with. a'grin^ ^'.; jt ?** To see your charity tttg iu.'S' .i v ' V; . A disgrace ful practice prevails mjuph ibont tbe crowded parts of Caaton, ol' iitduaupiag Ijtlle ckildreu, aud carrying tb'ejn pifj.o'a. distance fo cell for slaves, . Several .of thes» (kiddaupershas bei-nd|b(:uy^re.alu-a s.triagled. AprocUmaliou bythi' chief Magistrate for bidjoing th» praciisif has this .ye'maykSble ex .pressiou, \flo uot for thpsake^f pojty gains, tuss your bodies to mats experuBeait* on tk« AW/-*«h?/«- ...

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HINTS TO MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

MINTS TO MECHANIC!. Ab opiniei, alike dangerous and pernicious, U too prevalent amongst mechanics. The] imagine that literature, science, afld general information, are unnecessary to them ; and, that if they are acquainted with the common «t rales of aritbaietic, reading, writing, and the trade to which they are called, they hate ?11 the acquirements their business demands. What have we to do, say they, with polite literature, with history, with the deeper fcranchei of mathematics, the art of compo ?ition, eloquence, philosophy, &c. ? They have nothing to do with our profession, we are to get ear bread by the sweat of «ar brow ; and we leave these branches of edu cation te the ministers, the doctors, and lawyers of (he laid. Now, as long as sentiments like these pre. Tail among mechanics and the labouring class. es of the community, so long they will be doomed to intellectual and political slavery by the better educated classes ; so long they are doomed to be stript of their...

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THE JEW IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

— -'-^ — TB1 JEW IN THE BUSH. A farmer had a faithful and diligent servant who bad worked hard for three years, with out having been paid any wages. At last it came into die man's head that he would not go on thus without pay any longer ; so he went to his master, and. said, *I have worked hard for you a Jong time, I will trust to you to give me what I deserve to have for say trouble.' The farmer was a sad miser, and knew that his man was very simple-hearted ; so he took out threepence, and gave him tor every year s service a penny. The poor fellow thought it was a great deal ?f money to have, and said to himself, * Why should I word hard, and live here on bad fare any longer i I can. now travel into the wide world, and make myself merry.' With that he put his money into his purse, and set oat, roaming over hill and valley. A she jogged along over the field, singing and dancing, a dwarf met him, and asked him what made him so merry. ' Why, what should make me downhearted?' said be; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

I NOTICE. B BAT MARE, and CHESNUT BL FILLY having been trespassing on the ?tate of Claggan Tor some time, I hereby ?re Notice, that the Person or Persons Bniog the same, may have them by paying A expenses of this advertisement. ? . D. MC LKOD. Bggan, South Esk River, Buue 10th, 1830. I FOUND. ?}N the 1st iaat., near Perth, a Bag, ?r containing the following articles :— Ek, Woman's Cloak, Bed, Sheet, Shirt, Bock, Thread, and ?bout i 1b. Pepper. ?The Owner may receive it by applying at ?roe, near Perth, and g Wing a proper des ?ption of the aame, by paying expences. ?Scone, Jnne 2nd, 1830. ? liott or Stolen, f\N the 2[st of last March, at my re mW iidence at the Springs, the Will and ?sUment of the late JOHN WARNS, and ?o other papers, relating to laad. Now, ?these papera are of no use to any other ?rson but me, the Undersigned, I hereby ?era reward of ONE FOUND to anv per Ki who may find them, and restore them to K, at the Springs, or at the Office of this ?per. ? JAMEs COLE ?ne 5th,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ; 'No. 116. ' Colonial Secretary's Office, June 10th, 1830. THE periods for which the undermen tioned persons were transported . hav . ing expired, certificates have been granted , to them accordingly : , ' John Thompson, alias M'GlasHan, 269, Sir Godlrej Websttr' ' . i johu Allsop, 194, Chapman. ?t By Bis Excellency's Command, ( , .. J. BuBNEtT.: GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 117, ; Colonial Secretary's Office, . _^ june 10th, 1830. ? HPHE Lieutenant Governor ha.s been Jar pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences. Tickets of Leave. ' John Svraes, 646, Princess Charlotte William Grant, 261. Claudiup ' John Bruce, 558, Caledonia, (2) By Hit Excellency's Command, 3. Burnett. 1'ublir Pound, Eastern Division, ' Norfolk Plains, June 1 4th, 1830. IMPOUNDED by John Foxall, of J Norfolk Mains, June 4th :— 1 led Poland hoifer, white belly and tail, Itar in forehead, damage Is., poundage 6d. per day, food and water 3d. per day. 1 black row, short horns, J D near hip,; brown...

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SUPREME COURT. Monday, June 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 June 1830

I SUPREME COURT. ,-(?1 Uondau, Jnne 7(A. „„?? Thomas Rr.res was found guilty of a bur 'Slary intlie dwelling-house of Mr. A. Thom.' son— Jtrougly recommended to mercy, by Jury, on account of his youth; 'sufferings,' ana behaviour during the robbery. John Kelly, stealing 2 yards calico, value 2s., 24 pieces corduroy, value 13s., from the houte of Mr. Hill, tba property of Thos. Jenes— guilty. John Gunning, stealing a jacket, value 10s., from the house of Mr. Anderson, the property of Timothy Murphy— guilty on the second count, of receiving.1 Thomas Boss, stealing a cock, value Is. the property of his master Mr. P. West»n— guilty . Rickard Lowe, and Henry Thompson, stealing a jacket, value 20s., and silk, hand kerchief, value 5s., from the house of Mr. Patten, the property of Mr. Thomas .Foster -guilty.: . Iiirttf/iy, June 8-A.. . John Morton, WjUja^ Sainter, Thomas Law ton, William Stewart, and Samuel Cow den, burglary at R. pt Stewart'*, TalisUr. These man, after a very patient iuvf...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

smr J|1|l news. Arrived. Ob Toesday ,— The Government brig Fnnce Leopold, Ctpt. Kingdom. Sailed. On Tuesday, -The cutter Optnum. VtslltS REMAINING IN THI HAflBOVR. Brie* (-vide and Ptince LeopoU,um schooner triiniihif. , No arrivals in Hobart town since onr last. Sailed from Hobart Town. Ob the 16th.— The ship Arab, Ctpt. Fer hiek, for Sydney, witn part 01 aw oii6.»»i cargo, and the following good* shipped here viz.— 350 bushels wheat, 6 bags Colonial hams and bacon, 14 cans turpentine, 1 caie Stationary, 1 cask blacking, 1 cases toys, 2 cage pickled cabbage, and 4 casks potatoes, by W. M. On; 45 hhds. whale oil, 4 bales shirts, and 1 bale calicos, by Kemp & Co.; 1 ton poluioes, anil 3 cases cigars, by J. Bell; CO bags sufsr, by W. Wilson ; I case Colo nial parchment, by J.Johnson ; 1200 kanga roo ikins. l-y Geo. Hand; 22 kegs Negro head tobacco, by T.Hewitt; I bale wollens, by J. Boves ; 1 gig and harness, and 1 bun dle saddiiy, by J. Kerr. Passengers,— Mr. and Mr». Chapman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

1/ FOR SYDNEY. fahTHhi fine Brig LION, Captain E9b Me Lead, is daily expected from Ebart Town.— This vessel bas excellent ac kmodations for Passengers, and will not ? detained more than 30 days, after her livil here. ?tor Freight or Fassag*, apply to ? WILLIAM BARNES, fanceston, 12th June, 1830. i TOR LONDON DIRECT. IffifoTHE Ship Wanstead, A. 1. WSSL M. C. FRIEND. Commander, will ?l at tfais Port from Hobart Tow a, to com tie bar cargo (between decks) with Wool Id Bark. Dor Freight or Passage (having excellent ?DMunedaLions), apply to I THOMAS WILLIAMS. T~ CAUTION. ~~ ?TOE Public ate hereby caitioned I. against employing Johepfe Donalds, a Ellock Driver and John Lemraon a garden - L they having absconded from the service |Mr. T. Kuowland of Native Point,. Souili Ik, the former b-*ing under. a bond-to serve! Id, twelve months, and (he latter' si* fcnihs. Any prrson approheuding and pngi m, then to the Police Office, Launce.r it, will receive a reward of ti each. A arrant kaving issu...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1830. It is the public duty of 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 who are interested iu preventing the JCgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. We are enabled this week to submit to our readers, and to the Colony ge nerally, the Receipts and Disburse ments of revenue for last year, and that revenue in a most safe, healthy, and prosperous condition, at least %o far as concerns the Town of Launceston, and the County of Cornwall ; for al though (the public voice, which is echo ed, as our contemporary says, it ge nerally is, by the Press, and not led by it), that very writer, who has bi en the first to advance this opinion, may find it on many occasions rather unpleasant, if not untenable. He haa declared, that the state of the revenue is anything but healthy or prosperous, for that all the apparrent revenue, all the pros...

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