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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Monday, December 28. Eight disorderlies were fined in the usual penalty. James Saunders, charged with assaulting the constables in the execution of their duty in Argyle-street, on Satur- day night last ; fined £3 and costs. Four seamen, belonging to the barque Hindoo, were charged with absenting themselves from their ship without leave ; ordered to be sent on board in custody ; they were also charged with assaulting the constables ; two of them fined 40B. and costs, and 20s. with COBIB for the last charge. Tuesday, December 29. William Ogden, ticket-of-leave, charged by constable Brice with gambling in a public-house, which offence being fully proved, ordered to labour on the roads for six months. Six disorderlies paid the fine of 5s. each and were discharged. John Williams, ticket-of-leave, remanded on a charge of felony. Frederick Wass and Edward Ayton, two constables, were charged with allowing a female they had in charge to get drunk, for which derelic...
COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
COLONIAL PRESS. On Sunday last the new Baptist Chapel in York-street was opened with three services. In the morning the Rev. J. West preached ; in the afternoon the Rev. C. Price ; and in the evening the Rev. R. W. Wade. And on Mon day evening a public meeting was held in the chapel in connection with the V. D. L. Baptist Missionary Society ; when addresses were severally delivered by Messrs. Dow- ling, Miller, Price, West, and Wade. The collections made in behalf of the Society amounted to forty pounds five shillings. It was announced by the Rev. H. Dowling at the opening of the chapel, that the building was erect- ing by the voluntary contributions of the public, and that it was estimated that the Chapel, Mission House, and walls, would cost about £1,400, when completed.-Corn- wall Chronicle, Dec. 30. * LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT AT FLINDEB'S ISLAND.-By the arrival of the Government brig Tamar from Flinder's Is- land, we are put in possession of the particulars of the following lamentabl...
TREATISE ON SHEEP &c. CHAP. 5. WASHING THE FLEECE ON THE SHEEP'S BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
TREATISE ON SHEEP &c. CHAP. 5. WASHING THE FLEECE ON THE SHEEP'S BACK. When the season arrives for the flocks to be dis- burdened of their fleece, an inclosure should be assigned, into which the sheep should be driven pre- paratory to the commencement of the operation of washing. This place should be carefully cleared of thistles, burs and dead grass, indeed of every thing liable to adhere to the fleece. In Saxony it is cus- tomary to immerse the sheep into water the day previous to washing, which is done for the purpose of damping the fleece and rendering it more accessible to the operation of the fluid; although it must be acknowledged that this process is likely to occasion cold to the animals, which might probably be avoided by the adoption of another method. Suppose, for example, the sheep intended to be washed were confined within a narrow circle, so as to render it possible to sprinkle them regularly over with a small engine, or watering pot. By this simple pro- cess ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. EVACUATION OF ST. SEBASTIAN BY THE BRITISH FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. EVACUATION OF ST. SEBASTIAN BY THE BRITISH FORCES. Portsmouth, August 22. -The entire evacuation of Saiut Sebastian, by the British Royal Artillery, Sappers and Miners, so long employed in that quarter, has at length taken place ; and the evacuation of the same by the Royal Marine Battalion and Marine Artillery, is in fast progress. The Alban steamer arrived on Thursday from St. Sebas- tian, which sbo left on Sunday last, with the following detachments, viz:-115 non-commissioned officers and men, five women and eight children of the Royal Artillery, 19 non-commissioned officers and men, three women and children of the Sappers and Miners, and 50 non-commis- sioned officers and men of the Royal Marine Artillery. The following are the names of the officers who have returned to England in charge of theBe detachments : Lieutenant-Colonel Sir F. G. Lee, Royal Marines; Lieu- tenant-Colonel J. N. Colquhoun, Captain R. Garstin, Lieutenant J. Cater, Lieutenant C. Young, Lieu...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 1st January, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
COMMISSIONERS' QFFICE. 1st January, 1841. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination, by the Commission- ers appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 1st day of Mardi next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. E. P. Butler and Robot Pitcairn, 2060a., Buckingham, originally Alexander M'Pberson : the applicants claim us trustees for the said A. M'Pherson and T. B. Naylor; claim dated 22nd April, 1840.-Bounded on the south east by l63 chains 40 links south-westerly from the River Derwent ulong locations originally made to Thomas Allan Lascelles, on the south west by 137 chains 11 links north- westerly along Lot 349 purchased of the crown by Alex- ander Al'Pherson and along the Clergy Glebe to the Broad River, thence by that river toits junction with the River Derwent aforesaid, and thence by the River Derwent to the point of commencement. Edward Moorhouse, lr. 22p., Avoca, originally James W...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
.FOR LONDON.-The fine fast-sailing bark _____" BRAN KEN MOOR, DAVID SMITH, cora tm¡Sdcr787l tons register, having nearly completed her load- ing, will be despatched for the above port positively on the lath of January« Al she has still room for a few bales of wool, early applica- tion is necessary to Captain Smith on board, or to Askin Morrison, Esq., or Kew Wharf, December 28. KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co. "FOR LONDON.-(To sail in all December next.) The fine first-class colonial built bark SIR , ÍEORGE ARTHUR, 299 tons register, M'KELLAR.master, now loading for the above port. Has superior cabin accommoda- tions. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, ASKIN MORRISON, or New Wharf, November 2. KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co. ,FOR LONDON.-A Regular Trader_The ^__ fine fast-sailiug well-known barque DERWENT, 1, 362 tons, INNCS M'PHERSON, Commander, 'having all her dead weight and the greater part of her wool engaged, will sail for the above port in the early fiart of ...
THE COURIER, MONDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
THE COURIER, MONDAY, JANUARY 4. GREAT excitement has been occasioned at Sydney owing to the arrival of an order in Council by which New South Wales is to be divided into separate coun- ties, nineteen in number, and Port Phillip erected into a distinct government, the boundaries being pre- viously determined. The Bishop moved in Council certain resolutions against this order, and a petition was subjoined to be forwarded through the Governor to the Queen praying Her Majesty to revoke the &nbsp; order. A public meeting was to be held on the subject, and every one appeared to think that New &nbsp; South Wales was about to be cut up and carved to suit the caprice or the interests of the new Emigra- tion Commissioners. The whole of this turmoil has arisen out of a cause not in existence, as we shall presently show from an extract out of the Colonial Gazette, for the New South Wales Bill as amended contains no clause for the division of the territory of New South Wales, but...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 4. Colonial Secretary's Office, 1st January, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 January 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 4. Colonial Secretary's Office, 1st January, 1841. The Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint Charles Octavius Parsons, Francis Moira Turnbull, John Coverdale, and Samuel John Dyer, Esquires, to be Jus- tices of the Peace for Van Diemen's Land and its Depen- dencies. By His Excellency's command, &nbsp; M. FORSTER.
ENGLISH. FRENCH COLONIES IN CASE OF WAR—SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
ENGLISH. FRENCH COLONIES IN CASE OF WAR-SLAVERY. Journal des Débats.-England, which has the reputation of understanding pretty well her own interests, is far from partaking- of our apathy as to colonies, and that, not satisfied with governing 120,000,000 of subjects in India, and with supplying Canada, the Antilles, Guyana, her possessions at the Cape, and her factories on the coast of Africa, with her productions, she is daily making new sacrifices to extend her Indian frontiers on the side of Afghan- istan, to create in New South Wales tho nucleus of a population, and to found important establishments in New Zealand. It is in the interest of her colonies, or her factories, and to protect her commercial outlets, that she is constantly endeavouring to lay hold of military positions. Why did she take Malta, Gibral- tar, Aden, Buschir, and Karek ? Why has she taken possession of the Falkland Islands ? Why does she plant her standard on the smallest island that she discovers, if it be ...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
PORT PHILLIP. The Harvest -The nccounts from the interior of this province are of a most cheering description. Everywhere the härtest is most abundant, and the grain of excellent quality. Between two and three hundred bushels of prime wheat has already been cut and stacked on the station of John Cropper, Esq., the whole of which grew nearly six feet high. The only thiog wanted it labour ! Port Phillip Patriot, Dec ember 21. The Weather.-For the last week we have suffered dreadfully from the hot winds, the thermometer having averaged 00 ° in the shade at noon. As may be supposed, the country is terribly dried up, and wherever the bush has ignited, it has run rapidly for miles.-Ibid. The Blacks.-We are sorry to hear that the Aborigines in the neighbourhood of the Ovens, are exceedingly trou- blesome, having murdered some gentleman, who has not ,yet been identified, and speared a stockman. Two of them who have been identified and taken, are brought into town under charge of the border ...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. We have received, via Port Phillip, English papers to the 3rd of September. Prince Albert, on the 26th ult., completed his twenty first year, on which occasion the parish bells ushered in the morning with merry peals. The royal standard at the Tower wai hoisted, as well as at St. Martin's and other churches. The west end of the town presented a more than usually animated appearance. At ten o'clock a grand military inspection of the household troops took place in the Park in honour of the day, at which several general ..C^tCrs were present. In the evening the \ anona trades taf hit Royal Highness illuminated their houses, and /of the club-houses and public buildings were also ¿ed up in honour of the occasion. \ in Fiiday, the ceremony of presenting the freedom of the City of London to Prince Albert took place at the Guildhall, which whs elegantly filled up for the occasion, and accommodation provided for 200 persons." On en-, tering the ball, his Royal Highness ...
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 6th January, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 6th January, 1841. The following account of writs of execution, now remain- ing unsettled in my office, is advertised by me, in compliance with the provisions of " the Debtor and Creditor Act." PETER FItASEll, Sheriff. Wilson v. Wise, writ received December l8, levy December 17. at Glenorchy. Sale-On Monday, January 11, at 1 o'clock, at the Fox Inn, Glenorchy, a small quantity of household furniture, with the right, title, and interest of defendant in and to the said inn and premises : unless this execution be previously satisfied.
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, January 4, 1840. SALE BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, January 4,1840. SALE BY AUCTION. Notice.-On Wednesday, the 13th instant, at 12 o'clock, Mr. Macmichael will sell by Public Aution at the Com- missariat Stores, about 30,000 pounds bran, in lots to suit purchasers ; also the following Teneriffe wine, the ad valo- rem duty paid by the Commissariat, viz_ Four casks, containing about 54 gallons each One ditto 55 ditto Ditto 52 ditto I Ditto 37 ditto Ditto 29 ditto Total 389 gallons. Terms-Cash ; and the lots to be cleared away imme- diate! v after the sale. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.CG.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements and Communications by post, cannot appear on the day of their arrival, but must stand over for the next publication. Thus a notice by pott arriving on Tuesday morning, will appear in the Courier of the following Friday. Our country friends should bear this in mind to prevent rfis appointment.
HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
HONORS. The Queen, taking into her royal consideration the highly distinguished zeal, courage, ability, and perseve- rance manifested by the Right Hon. John Lord Keane, Knight, Grand Cross of the Most Hon. Military Order of the Bath, Lieutenant-General of Her Majesty's Forces, Colonel of the 43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot, Knight Grand Cross of the Hanoverian Guclphic Order, and Knight, of the first class, of the Order of the Dooranee empire, displayed by bim upon various occa- sions, and more especially the consummate military taleut, energy, and decision shown by him in command of the army of the Indus employed in the years 1838 aud 1839 in Central Asia, where, by his gallant and persevering con- duct, the contest with the Afghanistan empire was brought to a termination highly honourable to the British anns, and to the councils of the British Government in India, and Her Majesty being desirous to evince, in un especial manner, the sense she entertains of the distinguished m...
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 January 1841
CUSTOM HOUSE, Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Hobart Town for the week ending 5th January, 1841, in elusive :-Flour, 2¿ tons. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston for the week ending 2nd January, 1841, inclusive: Flour, 6} toni. G. H. Barnes, Collector.