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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 April 1818

Yefterday morning His HoNOR"theLiBVTBNAWT GOVERNOR. and fuite, accompanied by JOHN BBAMONT, Efq. Naval Officer; left town for*the Settlements at Port Dalrymple. A mod caring attempt was made on Munday night to break into the barrack of Capt. NAIRN, of the 46th regt, by making an aper- ture in the brick-wall» The thief was confidently purfuing hisobjeft of plunder* when the fentry from the other wing of the barrack on going his rounds perceived him, and in the purfuit wounded him 'with his bayonet, which in the fcuffle waa loft, hut found the next morning Rained with blood. The depredator unfortunately efcaped through ^the dark nels of the night. Wetruft the wound he has re- ceived will lead to bia detection. A few days ago, a child about 5 years of age, son of John Ballen- ger, residing beyond New-town, while at play, was attacked by a large boar, the property of Capt. Blyth, and so dreadfully mangled as to be immediately conveyed to town for surgical aid ; but by the attention and ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 April 1818

»n» T \Y ETTERS lyingat *bo Pott Officei-Mf. Ti Nawby (2), John *3¿J Eldon, Benj. Nokei, Margaret Greenwood, Mary Ann Dodd, Elizabeth Hafpool, John Redmun, Thoa. Mitchell, Wra. M'Donáld, and Mary Anthony.' _J.MITCHBLIJ Poft«roafter« MR, LOANE informs the Settlers and all other Growers of Grain, chat for their Accommodation he will continué lo receive "WHEAT, at 10s. per buihel, until the lit of May next, in Li« quidation of their refpeftive Notes of Hand due on the 3iii of lait JVlónth-:'after lhat Period Mr. Loane is determined to purfue 4ha m oft rigid Meafurea againft all Per fon a that Hand indebted tto him, either >y Book Debts, Notes of Hand, or other wife« Macquarie-ftreet, 4th April, 1818»_ ALL Persons indebted to WILLIAM TOWNSEND JONES,by Notes   of Hand or otherwise, are hereby informed (that the Stores of   Mcessrs. KEMP And GATEHOUSE will remain open for 'Ihe Recep- tion of Wheat in Liquidation thereof till June next ; after which coercive Me...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 April 1818

Public Notice* POLICE Office, HOBART TOWN, Friday, 3d April, 1818. WHEREAS John Harvey, a convict, about feet 5 3/4 inches high;' fair complexion, about 27 years of age, was sent from Sydney     to Port Dalrymple in the brig Elizabeth Henriette; John Smith, about 5 feet 2 inches high, about 25 years of age, light complexion, came here in the Pilot, & was sent to Port Dal-   rymple; and   Valentine Wood, a convict about 5 feet 6 inches high, 19 years of age, fair complexion, brown hair, black eyes, sent from Sydney to Port Dalrymple in the brig Elizabeth Henrietta, have absconded from Port Dalrymple; and     John McLean, a runaway from Port Jackson on board the ship Chapman, 5 feet 8 1/2 inches high, sallow complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, aged 26 years, by trade a seaman. Thomas McCarty, a convict, 5 feet 8 1/2 inches high, florid com- plexion, reddish brown hair, brown eyes, 34 yean of age, nati...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 28th March, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

Government & General Orders. t * Jtï V* 4 f ^ ,, t ~ 4 ¡* - _ n.W ".Aft *rf 00V*KNM.tNT HoVIt* HOBART TOW», L ( ' SatürdVy,.aBch,Mitch, i8i8i ..' ; , ClVlLrDf.PA*l^*NT» it i ó * !í FREQUENT Difpütotlnd Ml/úWerílandíngihaviogbecnftatod '* to Hu HONOR the5'Liit)TENANT GfcvaàwOA as having iriferi between Affigoed Crpwn Servants and thcjr Employe»," wit'h íeípecl; to the Rate of Waga or Cô'rapetïfatibrTfor their own1 Time, \the Wages in Sterling Moneyeftabhlhed for Men and Women Con. viâi, under an Order of Hil Excellency Hi* Governor' in Ch?$f "of Date the 7th December*, 1816, a,repubiiihed ¿1 the eft*blilfcëd Regulation of this Settlements ! x ' ' ? f l ! Tea Poundiper Annum to »fMan ind §cveo Pounds \o a Won)»ji#>f 1 inclûdirgRation*tfequal or frccordctng<to the Government AUow* à o ce and the Value of ,th); Slopt .ailöwfcd ; ort fcpyen .P<ûun$a per Annum toa Matvafod FJre.iPoundi Tcft £h,'ll»lg* 'P.» -Wi9" man, exclutive of íuch §lpps> ftulhpqly b...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

Hu .. HoNoTthe^ieuTiNANt üoviKHoa tíaltuougto prop«* to dirett, Um all PuRiç Cpmm i^ç^ionit*£ich(ro*y appp^r iii¡JJ»}.,* HOBART 7OWN GAZmht and SOUTHERN t\ÊPORTE^ %^df^iih iinj.üöiciai S^o.curç, aiqiA be confuted II Qfl^rt Communications made to thofe Per fon a to whom they ra«y relate. BY coMMAí*o*OF Hitvfi^Njoft»t ,t, . ? SAM^ 9^ HOflb^fowjtffJfo.,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 28th March, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 28th March, 1818. THE Female Prisoners in Assigned Service having misbehaved in many instances, and there being at present no Factory or Public Establishment in this Settlement for placing such Women under re- gular Restraint and Labour ; His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR makes known his Intention of sending up to Port Jack- son, to be placed in the Factory there, such Female Prisoners as from their bad Conduct cannot be continued in Assigned Service, or al- lowed the Indulgence of a Ticket of Leave.   By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, Samuel Hood, Secretary.      

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

The Public are most respectfully informed, that the following recently imported GOODS are now for Sale at Mr. WALLIS'S in Argyle-street, at very Reduced Prices, for Ready Money or Storeable   Wheat:- Best green tea, fine sugar 1s. per lb. or 11d. by the bag, English soap 2s. 6d. per lb. Bengal do., real cognac brandy and fine Hollands' gin at 10s. per quart; peppermint, cherry brandy, and shrub; at 10s. per quart; Bengal rum 8s. and Isle of France   ditto at 6s. per quart, sugar-candy 1s. 6d. per lb., Europa candles, cloves and mace 5s. per oz., nutmegs 9d. each, pepper, ginger 10s. per lb, ribbands from 1 to 3s. per yd., English and India muslins of       every description, ladies' and gentlemen's shoes, worsted and cotton stockings of the very best quality, men's shirts from 10 to 12s. 6d. flannel from 5 to 8s. per yd.; checks, calicoes, velveteens, corduroys,   broad cloth, waistcoat pieces, and kerseym...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

- ^r rubhc notice. \ .'/ !;,' 'i{ «, , ' , fótica OFFICI. HoiAA'T¿wir¿" i-"*..*-' /''..«»., . Monday, 6thApril| iBi8# '» wt Wrí ÈRE A S John Smith, abbot 5 feet 2 inches high, sbouf/(àe, \, .. years of age» light complexion, came heroin the Pilot, and was fent. to Port Dalrymple ; and ' * "".,/'«,. Valentine -Wood) a convict, about 5 feet 6 lachea high, 19 yearà J of age, fair complexion, brown hair, hlack eyfs, fent from Sydney t to «Port Dalrymple in the brig Elizabeth Henrietta, h*ve aofconded frdm Port Dartrymple ;-and 1 *? Ch" John M'Loan, a runaway from Port Jackfon on .boaijrJ the ÍJííp,'fk; apiñan, 5 feet 8| inches IngVi, fallow complexion, brawn heir*, «j A grey eyes, aged ^.yean, by,vade aieiman. Thomas M'CaVty, » convict, 5 M 8£ inches high^ftdtfd ComAfcfl plêxiol^r.ídiáV(h.brtlw'nth^¡r?'^brd<*Fn eyei, 34 yeaf* of age; aatiW f\ place'Cork* io Ireland, has I baTonflcjfigure pricked* On his left atm, '.' by trade a platterer, tried {Ät' ;Cbrk(;in Sept. 1816, .tra...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 9th April 1818. WHEREAS the Six Convicts hereinafter described did on the Night of Wednesday last, the 8th of this Month, feloniously carry       away Two Government Boats from their moorings in Sullivan's       in the River Derwent, and are now supposed to be lurking     about some of the Bays in the lower part of the Harbour. All   Constables and others are hereby commanded to use every Exertion in their power to apprehend the said Felons, and lodge them in His Majesty's Goal at Hobart Town; and all Persons are cautioned not   to harbour, maintain, conceal, or in any way aid or comfort the said Felons, on pain of Penalties that will thereon ensue. John Briggs, 5 feet 7 inches high, sallow complexion, light brown hair, grey eyes, 46years of age, by trade a Seaman, sentenced for life, native place Bermuda, is crippled in both hands, and was tried here for stealing and burning four cart wheels from Mr. Pe...

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SITTING MAGISTRATE—THOMAS ARCHER, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 April 1818

SITTING MAGISTRATE - THOMAS ARCHER, Esq. On Wednesday night the Government launch was taken away from its moorings by some crown servants; who in their passage     down the river took by force from JOHN McCLOUD, a settler living at South Arm, a small kedge anchor and water cask. The names of the runaways will be seen in an advertisement from the Police Office. On discovering the absence of the launch and crown servants early on Thursday morning, Lieut. ROBINSON, Acting Naval Officer, in one boat,and Superintendant PEERHOVIE in another, both manned, were sent immediately in persuit; and in the course of the         morning the brig Sophia, belonging to Mr. BIRCH, also proceeded down the river for the purpose of search without the heads, if necessary. The wind blew to strong from the sea the whole of Thursday     that it is conceived impossible for the runaways to have got out of   the river, if such was their object; and from the master of the Sophia, Mr.Kelly's knowledg...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

VOLUME «lie op^unJCàtiona which wy «pppir fanbt'i I Sfg^VL^Mff to, be çoP'dcrçtf «; 0^^n,( <! i u II 11 H «inn. \0rr*f/**M^ WtbkûBé or HI» HOHO».", , , " .,,^AM.wti ftoop, ftcr«^» ^

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

The Dfvid Shaw, has brought out the pleasing intelligence of a     moftebüpjiant ha rye ft paying been ejrpéiicnced^jn Engend Muyerar¿ The funds were riiing rapidly j and the prôfpecl of" public affairs was every way improvingi His noNOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR und fuite reached Lkdncefton on' Friday morning the 9th in (lan t ; having been much delayed on the journey by bad weather. We underftand His Honor would vifit the -Settlement of George-town during ¿the prêtent week, arid expected to leave Port B-lrymple on his return home»' Warda'(he beginning of «he enfuirg week. < '' 'The* Acting Naval Officer and Superintendant,'who we ftatetT iri our lift week's Gazette to have been fern in porfuit of the runaway prifoners^ have returned, after an inefFe^ual feárch ot the baya and inlets¡of the jriv.er.^The brig Sophia, however, wit,b- 0 party of fold le rs on board, which had proceeded without the heans, h<is not yet returned ; ind,we (til...

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EXTRACT FROM Government & General Orders, DATED HEAD QUARTER[?] SYDNEY, Saturday, 14th March, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

EXTRACT FROM Government & General Orders, DATED HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 14th March, 1818. "HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Major GILBERT CIMETIERE, of the 48th Regiment, to be Com-    mandant of the Settlement of Port Dalrymple, in Van Diemen's Land, in the Room of Brevet Major JAMES STEWART, of the 46th Regiment."       By Command of his Excellency the Governor, (Signed) "H. C. ANTILL, Major of Brigade."          

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, LAUNCESTON, PORT DALRYMPLE Monday, 13th April, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

Government & General Orders.               GOVERNMENT HOUSE, LAUNCESTON, PORT DALRYMPLE,       Monday, 13th April, 1818.                     CIVIL DEPARTMENT.                                 HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF has been pleased to appoint Major GILBERT CIMETIERE, of the 48th Regiment,                 to be a Magistrate for the Whole of the Settlement in Van Diemen's Land.  By Command of His Honor ...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. Assize of Broad—Wheaten 8d.; Household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

HOBART TOWN ; SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 8d. ; Household 7d.   Average prices of articles brought to town this morning :— Wheat 10s. per bushel; barley 6s. per ditto; potatoes 6s. per   cwt.; fowls 3s. per couple; ducks 6s. per ditto; eggs 2s. per dozen.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

Public Notice Police Office, Hobart Town                                     Thursday, 9th April, 1818. WHEREAS the Eight Convicts hereinafter described did on the               night of Wednesday the 8th of this Month, feloniously carry away Two Government Boats from their moorings in Sullivan's Cove, in the River Derwent and are now supposed to be lurking about some of the Bays in the lower part of the Harbour. All Constables and others are hereby commanded to use every exertion in their power to apprehend the said felons and lodge them in His Majesty's Gaol at Hobart Town; and all Persons are cautioned not to harbour, maintain, conceal, or in anyway aid or comf...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDBNCE.-To be LET, Ina , may be entered upon immediately* that very convenien&Faim/ r. JtkrJown by the Name oí GSILSTOWN, fituate oppolite NewrTownj conGftmg of Tw£ Hundreo>Acreao¿ excellent Land $ 60 of which are cleared for the recentifl^oJF Mfheat. It commanda a fio*'"vieta* of, and eafy accefsio, the River Derwent, 'I here ia a commodious: Dwelling.houfe and other conveniences on the Farm ; and a con- fiant fupply of good water adjoining it.-Application to be made to Mr. ALPRBD.THitupp at Reftdown Houfe» *_ Tj*ÄEiÖJHT o^; PA.SS AGE.-The" faft-failir^TBTig SOPHIA, -Tr j AMSS KIT LLT Commander, will fail fe« Port Jack, fon ina ForlhlghVor three Weeks frorntmVDate : his good ^Accornmbdá» tiona for tjuee or four, Pauengera, and room for a few Tons oí Fr¿ífctít¥g¿-'Apply-iolvîr. BIACH in Macquarie-ftreetV ' ll The Owner, of faid Brig hereby cautions the( Public aga in ft giv ing.T'iuit to any of her Seamen, as he will not hold himfelf reí pon üble for...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

rriTTT t i i i -w-r-r-rw-r i»iiii»ii«»- T^ » » -r^-r-*~rr »IT TTTITTTTT -??»* APTAIN GYCSLAAR, of the American Brig Clarion, intending ^ to quit ibis Port in a few Days, hereby gives Notice of the fame accordingly; The Inhabitants are cautioned not to Tru(I or Harbour any of his Grew, asno Debts will bo paid which they .may contract, L~ HBTTERSof ADMlNlSTRAT10N.^Thë~Undê7fignedher«. by give Notice, that lliey intend to Adrainifter to the Eftate and EffcSsof the late JOHN TAYLOR (the 2d), before-the Honora« ble the Supreme Court at Port Jackfon the eariieft opportunity. Hobart Town, I THOMAS CLARK, April l8, l818. | JAMBS LORD. UQRAKT TOWlf j fMHTftO .¥ AWDAIW »«¿IT.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

By the following extract our readers will, perceive with plesure the very favorable opinion entertained in our mother country of the rapid progress of these colonies towards improvement. The remarks will be found very judicious, when it is confidered that on what was, a wilderness a few years ago, are now erected commodious and sub-   stantial dwelling houses, townships laid out, land in a high state of cultivation, cattle amazingly increasing, and the pursuits of morality     and industry promoted :— "Letters and papers have been received from New South Wales to the 1st of August. They give a favour- able report of the improvement of that colony. Governor MaC-   quarie had ordered a survey to be made of Van Diemen's Land ; it had been completed in 39 days. Several excellent- harbours had been difcovared. The aovertifementain the SYDNEY GAzaxT« are of coiifiderable intereft, in conveying an idea of the great im« Ïrovemenis io every...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 April 1818

SHIP NEWS. - The Government colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta arrived at Port Dalrymple on the 6th instant; having on board   Major CIMETIERE, Commandant of that Settlement, snd three Officers, with a Detachment of 80 men of H. M. 48th regt., to relieve the Detachment of the 46th at the station. The former landed on the 7th, when Major Cimetiere assumed the Command; and Major STEWART, with the chief part of the 46th, proceeded to George-town, to wait the Elizabeth Henrietta being ready to receive them for Port Jackson. Slops and bedding for the crown prisoners in the Settlement of Port Dalrymple came down by this opportu- nity and 14 Artificers and labourers for Georgetown. This morning put in here the American brig Clarion, Mr. HENRY GYZELAAR, commander, out from Boston seven months, on a sealing and trading voyage, and having on board merchandize in charge of Mr. W. A. GALE, supercargo. The Captain reports   his object for putting in here to be solely for...

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