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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 June 1829

THE HOBART- TOWN COURIER.         SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1829 Sailed on Wednesday the brig Margaret, Captain Alexander Craig, for London direct, with a cargo of colonial produce, viz:- 553 bales of wool, 4 casks hides and skins, 23 tons mimosa bark, and 5 boxes seeds, &c. Passengers, Dr. Petrie, R. N. Abraham Aaron. On Tuesday the ship Georgiana, Capt. J. S. Thompson, sailed for Port Jackson. Cargo, 306 tons goods, 15 do. potatoes, 666 bags wheat, on account of H.M. Government, 20 tons hay, 94 bags wheat, 252 do. potatoes, 7 casks onions, consigned to various per- sons. Passengers. Dr. Conway, R N. Capt. and Mrs. Wentworth, Capt. Lethbridge, Mr. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Curran and 2 children, Mrs. Ann Farley and 2 children, Mrs. Ann Wright, J. Hines, wife and child, of the 63d., 2 prisoners from the Cape of Good Hope. Arrived on Wednesday the 3rd inst, H.M.S. Suc- cess, 23 guns, Commander Willlam C. Jervoise, (for-   me...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 June 1829

The Elgin Courier gives an instance in Paris in 1673 of a horrible series of murders, even surpassing in atrocity the late dreadful instances in Edinburgh. A midwife who afforded refuge to certain unmarried females at the period of confinement was discovered to have murdered no less than 62 innocent babes, the remains of which were found in a cellar under the house. She was placed in an iron cage with sixteen wild cats, and subjected to a slow fire. The animals feeling the heat flew on the woman as the cause of their torments, whom they reduced to a most shock- ing spectable, she suffered for about 20 minutes when she expired. Four of the cats survived her only 2 minutes. Mr. H. Hunt and Mr. Cobbett were both candi- dates for the office of common councilman to repre- sent the ward of Farringdon without, in December, in St. Andrew's church. Holborn. Mr. Hunt in urging his claims for election, declared be was not an adulterer though his wife was alive and he cohabited with another wom...

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THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 June 1829

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS (Government Order, Colonial Secretary's OITice, No. 0.) It having become necessary lo establish re- gulations for the medical attendance of convicts in private service, and also for the admission of free per inn« into the Colonial Hospitals: It is hereby intimated that nil district Assistant Singeons will, in future, be required to attend the nsi<i|;ued servants of thone persons, not living at a greater distance than 15 miles ftoni the Surgeon s residence, who may pay to that officer, half yenrly, a compensation at the rate of five shillings per niiiiuin,. for each t.iul every convict in their service. It is, however, optional willi the settler to inter into this'arrangement, but if he does so, the compen- sation must be paid regularly, whether medical aid tlidll be catii«! for or not, end the duty of unending m lien required will be imperative on the Surgeon. Setllrn at a grenier disunite than 15 miles from the residence ol'the Surgeon, w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 June 1829

JUST imported per ships Orelia, Clarence, and St. George, now in tho harbour, and for sale at the stores of the undersigned, a few bales and cases con- taining huberdashery hosiery muslins millinery gloves lace silks ribbons, bUck and blue superfine broad cloths black linen shalloon, ladies'and children's dres- ses and pelisses, irish linens dispers half bleached sheetings, gentlemen's wearing apparel, osnaburghs calico and long cloths, snuffs stationery and account books, ladies' and children's boots and shoes, confec- tionary spices tamarinds pickles sauces mustard cur- ry powder Chili vinegar, new youth Vand gentlemen's heaver hats, raspberry and cherry brandy in pint bottles, slops wool bagging wax candles, brown and white drills Russia duck dowlas long cloth shirts irish collars aud wristbands, marcellas waistcoats brown holland. HENRY BILTON. Rock house, June 1,1829. Also, Fine old port wine of the vintage of 1820, in pipes, hogsheads, and quarter casks, « Superior pale and br...

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FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

FROM A CORRESPONDENT. "We are now about to bid adieu for a while to onr speculations upon iii« political economy of Van Die- men^ land,,'nnd its relations with New South Wales. We'hsrve^ejinerienced much pleasure from the invei< i%mMsyp*iWn we first began it we confesa that we felt rainy' doubts ana fears as to the future destiny «rf our adopted country. These, however, have gradu ally cleared away, and in their stead have been im- pressed upon our mind the most glowing and confi- dent anticipations of future wealth and importance. Look at the situation which it occupies in respect of the southern hemisphere! ' It is the only country with but a trifling practical-exception, possessed of a wheat climate-it is the only country that by ita situ- ation and other advantages tnay be said to represent Britain-did we say Britain alone ?-we might with equal propriety have included northern Europe. This is not'wild speculation. Look at the map of the world-observe the deficit of la...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

.fifUST imported per «liipi Orelia, Clarence, »nd_ St. _n George, now in the barbour, and for sale at the »tares of Hie undersigned, a few balei and catu con liiininiî haberdashery hosiery muslins millinery gloV" lace suis ribbons, blaclc and blue su peroné bc£id cloths bück linen shalloon, ladies'and children's dres ses and pelisses. Irish linens, slippers half bleached Sb'eelings, gentlemen's wearing- «pp;amjiJ%ftaburgM c»|Joo and long clolhs, snnffs stationery and account books, ladies' and children's boots and shoes, confec- tionary spices tamarinds pickles sauces mustard cur- ry nowdfr Chili vinegar, riewyouth's and gentlemen'« beaver bats, raspberry and cherry brandy in pint hollies, slops wool bagging wax candles, brown and «hile drills Russia duck dowlas long cloth shirts irish collars aud wristbands, maroellas waistcoats brown Mtnd- HENRY BILTON. flock bousa, Jane 1.1829. Also, Fine old port wine of the vintage of 1820, in pipes, hogsheads, and quarter casks. Superior pale ...

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THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

THE GAZETTE OF THÍS DAY CONTAINS [Government Notice, No. 122] Certificates of Freedom have been granted to the uudul mentioned Persons : . Robert Duckworth, 22, Claudine ; Mathew Ilar / riion, 443, Caledonia [2] By His Excellency's command, J. Burnett* [Government Notice, No. 121.] Convict Esta-! bliahment. Required far the Public Service the un- dermentioned Articles: 12 casks Tar 1 Cooking Apparatus (Boat's) 2 Steering Compasses , 1 coil Rope (2 inch) Jl ditto do. (2$ inch) 1 ditto do. (3 ihbb) , 2 bolts Canvas (No. 6) 140 yards blue Cloth (2nd quality) 62 yards unbleached Calico 23 yards blue Twist SO dozen large Coat buttons (gilt) ? 9 dozen small Waistcoat do. do. 2 gross Horn Buttons (dead cyts) . 1 Glue Pot 1 Iron Tea-kettle C Cross-cut Saws By Command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. ÜURNbTT. [Government Notice, No. 120,] Colonial Esta- blishment. Required for the Public Service, the undermentioned Articles : 3 pieces Sacking 224 lbs. Clasp Nails (20d.) 24 Carpenters' Adzes 20...

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FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

FRUIT TRBKI. ? io fermlngso orchard In this country, the belt sjray is, after having selected a good piece of land and fenced'it round, to dig out holes at proper distances «boot 4 feet diameter and about 18 inchesideep, and having lopieoed the earth to the depth of a foot more, to Jet it remain in that state for some time before {ilsnting,\intil sufficiently pulverised. In planting, ay the earth lightly about the roots, and after cover- ing them, gently shake the tree up and down until the soil has completely got between the fibres, and all the roots have a proper bearing with the tree in an apright position without support. Do not tread down the earth until it is all returned round the stem, for by pressing it down, in the first instance, before the roots have been surrounded with earth, the fibres art crampsd, driven out of their natural position, and broken or stripped of their bark, which it is as im portant to retain sound on the roots in the earth as on tit» trunk and branche...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

.OMMJMAsMAT OMÍCK, . JuneS, lB2s>. FORAGB CORN.-Persona disposed to furnish His Majesty'e stores with Barley and Oats deliverable at Hobart town and Launceston, are re- quested to transmit tenders, addressed to Deputy As- sistant Commissary General Hull and myself respeo. ?lively, on or before 12 o'clock of Thursday, the 18th instant, The price must be stated in words at length ; Bar- ley at per uushel of 4Mbs. Oats at do. of 33lbs. A. MOODIE, A.C.G. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, 25th May, 1829. PERSONS disposed to furnish the Stations at Ross Bridge and Perth, from the 25lb June to 24tb December next, with good dry SHE-OAK, cut into Billets of three fei t in Isogth, are requested to transmit Tenders (sealed and endorsed) to Depu- ty Assistant Commissary Geneial HuLL, at Launces- ton, on orbefure Ihe 18th June ntxt. The Price, at so much per 100 lbs. must be stated in Words al length. ' , A. Moodie, A. C G. FOR THE NEW SETTLEMENT ON [SWAN RIVER. «i^LrpHE Ship ORELIA, A.l, 400 tons, JËUâËÎ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

THE HOBART- TOWN COURIER.       SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1829 Arrived on Saturday the ship Triton, Captain James Crear, from Leith, 16th December, having   touched at Rio. Passengers for Hobart town-Mr. Alexander Bankier, Miss Bankier, Mr. And. Ander- son, Mr. John Stephenson, Mr, John Clyne, Mr. J. Dixon. Mr. W. C. Ord, Mr, Alexander Webster, Mr. And. Sibbald, Mr. Tho. Kerr, Mrs. Grant. and Mrs. Muir and child. Passengers for New South   Wales- Mr. Richard Pybus, Mrs. Pybus, Elizabeth and Henry, children of ditto, Mr.& Mrs. George Har- per, Mr. James Mc Killop; Mr. Robert Paterson, Mr. David White, Mr. John Adamson, Mr. James Thomson, Mr. Thomas Aird, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harper, Elizabeth Nesbitt, Wm. Watson, Mary Watson, Elizabeth Watson, Mary Watson, William Sadler and Mary Sadler.   Arrived on Saturday the chartered bark Nimrod, Capt. J. T. Chalmers, (late Cap. Thos. Harvie) from Manilla, and Lintin, in...

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THE BRIG INDEFATIGABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

THE BRIG INDEFATIGABLE By the arrival, of the Nimrod, we are enabled to present our readers with an account of the late hor- rible murder & mutiny alluded to in our last, on board the above vessel (formerly the Calder, commanded by Captain Peter Dillon, who lately visited us in the Company's ship Research, and who is now at the Court of Paris, depositing in the Museum of the Jar- din des Plantes, the relics which he discovered at Tucopia, of the unfortunate La Perouse.) Mr. Lof- green who has arrived by the Nimrod, has kindly favoured us with an extract from the log book which he secretly kept on board the brig during the mutiny at the imminent hazard of his life, the copy of which is authenticated by Mr. W. Kierulf and Mr P. H. Kock, two of the principal merchants of Manilla. The Indefatigable had sailed from Conception on the 11th of June last, with a cargo of wheat for Sydney. She was commanded by Mr. Joseph Hunter of Port Glasgow, and, Mr, Lofgreen of Copenhagen who is n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 June 1829

FRESH TEAS &c PER NIMROD, FROM   CHINA.   THE und rsigned have impoiled on the hmk Nimrod, the following tea's, which are of sn peiior quulity, and will be soldat redueed prices, viz H vi n skin Tea, iu chests, half-chests, and ten cany boxes Hyson lea, ditto, ditto I'hev lia vc also imported per bark Nimrod--ugar in bags, nankeens, silks, umbrellas, pirusuls mid wearing appartl. KEMP and Co. Macquarie st. Tune 7.1J20. THE Creditors of Henry Oakes, Esq, are request   ed to meet at the Office of Hugh Ross, Da-   vey street (late the residence of Dr. Seccombe) on Tuesday next, the 16th instant, at 2 o'clock pre- cisely. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. ,' June .0, 1829. TENDERS lo furnish a few fnrrels of Arrow Rput, and a lew bags of It ios, accompanied by samples, will lu received al 12 o'ulook of Tuesday the lull» instant. The pi ice per pound must be stal- ed in words, at length. A. MOODIE, A.C. G. OPENED THIS WEEK. AT the Wellington...

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TO THE ESTRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

TO THE ESTRANGED. 'Tis past ! thou dost not love me now ! Alas ! that love should die, Like meteors whose uncertain glow Hath lighted up the sky, Flinging o'er earth and air a ray 'Jlintin an instant fades away. The hand's fond clasp-the mute cares»; Oh ! must1 all assign ? 'Tis torture, but my love's excess, , .Springs from thy love's recline ! We meet not now as once we met. Oh ! thal I could that once folget.1 Our meetings now are chill and cold; For silence sad I ker*p ; Whilst, like'a viper's coiling fold, Around my spirit creep, Despair and grief,-to think thal thou Hail ceased to seek or know me now ! Yet T will not thy chnnge upbraid, But in my silent mood, Smile, with a breaking heart, while fade, Hopes, wishes, unsubdued ; Oh God ! why is it still my lot To care for those that love me not? Then go 1 look out for laughing lips, And brows more bright than mine: And in my spirits dark eclipse, May every joy be thine ; Yet hear me,-thou in vain shall seek, Alove'likc that whic...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

FOR LONDON DIRECT. ^áfJS^rpHE ship PYRAMUS, A. 1, Coppered SpjJEgjB. I and copper fastened, James Elder, Commander. 'ihis line ship is daily expected from Sydney, and will positively be the first ship for London diiecl, having the greatest part of her cargo engaged at Syd- ney and this port. She presents a most favourable opportunity to shippers of produce to make early re- mittances, as her slay here on her return from Sydney will be very limited, being a chartered ship. She is fitted np in a most superior style for passen- gers, and carries an experienced surgeon, her steerage accommodations are very extensive nnd lofty, and afford un excellent opportunity for persons wishing to proceed to England, with unusual convenience and npon moderate terms. Wool and other goods intended for shipment per Pyiamus, warehoused ftce ol'expense at the stores of the undersigned. KEMP Se CO. May 13,1829. .T FOR LONDON DIRECT. HE remarkably fast sailing Bark Swift ____ sure, burthen per register 337...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

THIS DAY, CONTAINS No. 130] Certificates of 'ted to the undermentioned JO, Fanny ; Jeremiah Collins, ^^^_i Deane, 488, ditto. By command of His Excellency, J. Burnett. Government Notice, No. 129. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to graut the undermen tioned indulgencies : Tickets of Leave-To Edith aliài Esther Tiley, 55, Midas; Thomas Hopwood, 355, Malabar, Hd bart town distriot. John Bellowes, 563, Juliana, Campbell town dis- trict. By His Excellency's Command, J. Burnett. " [Government Notice, No. 132.] Convict Esta Wishment. Required for the Public Service the un- dermentioned Articles :-. ii Steering Compasses , . 30 pairs Ash Oars, 20, l8, and IO feet long' 140 yards narrow blue Cloth, coarse or second 23 yards blue Twist 30 dozen large Coat buttons (gilt) 9 dozen small Waistcoat do. do. 2 gross Horn Buttons (dead eye«) 1 large Iron Tea-kettle SOO lbs. Soap "? . 1 gross Gimlets 6 Carriers' Knives 6 Weavers Brushes. ' Tenders sealed and endorsed "Tenders for Stores," wit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

US. WOOD has on Sale the undermentioned _Goods, just imported : l'rown «tout and pale tile in hogshead« Best old port verv superior in 3 dosen oases Best pole »hern ditto ditto Old sheiry ditto in hogsheads Best old 1'enerifle in ditto Several oases of men's and boy'a superfine black and drab waterproof hats Common ditto Elegant carved imitation rose wood chairs cane seats Carpeting Dinner, breakfast, and tea services of the newest and most fashionable patterns in large varieties A large assortment of stationery of the best quality Complete sets of account books id various binding«, ruled and plain Playing cards Plain ditto of all sizes A lithographic press with every neoessary article for the practice of lithography A cnppcr-plalp printing press willi an assortment of plates and other articles necessary for the en- graver A very curious patent cottage mangle Drawing mat« ¡als, colours in boxes and otherwise German, Italian, and French chalks, pencils, drawing paper, sketch books, o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

THE Vibilia haying now landed a selection of the finest Saxony Rams, from a renowned flock, the undersigned begs leave to direct the attention of wool growers to such a favourable opportunity of im uroting their flocks, as the first croft, from these will add, at least, 5U per cent, to the value of their wool. Tiiey may be seen at his residence in Davey street. STEPHEN ADEY. Hobart town, June 16,1829. TO WOOL IMPROVERS, (And every Flockmaster in Van Diemcn's I. nd should be such.) , THE undersigned has unfeigned satisfaction in offering lo the public a lot of ' Jones'sSaxon Kains/' doily expected from «Sidney. Tlie owner of these invaluable animals is ambitious of obtaining for liirrist'lf the character of a benefactor to the colonies, and has therefore determined to dis- pose of them at prices nitbin, ,the reach of every »nan. **" It is peculiar to Mr. Jones's breed of Rams to pro- duce long, soft, elastic, wool, of a delicately fine (¡lire, anil which may be termed almost a new'co...

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LOSS OF THE WOODFORD. [We copy the [?]owing very interesting account of the loss of the ship Woodford, Captain Milbank, well known to most of our readers, from the South African Advertiser.] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

LOSS OF THE WOODFORD. [We copy the following very interesting account of the loss of the ship Woodford, Captain Milbank, well known to most of our readers, from [The South African Advertiser.] The Scipio, which arrived, in this bay on Sunday last, had on board the Captain, passengers, and crew of the late ship Woodford, an East India free-trader,   which sprung a leak and foundered on the 14th of February, about 500 miles from Madagascar. The following account of this singular and fortunate es- cape from a watery grave, is drawn up from the log kept by Captain Milbank, from the commencement   of the gale which destroyed his vessel :— On the 13th of February, the wind increased to a hard gale, with heavy rain ; Captain Milbank took in the mizen-top-gallant and royal yards, close reefed the top-sails, and at 2 p. m. reefed the foresail ; the gale continued to increase in violence, and the fore and mizen-top-sails, and the foresails were furled and stowed. At ...

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CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

CRIMINAL COURT Saturday, June 12, 1829.-This was the day which it was understood His Honour the Chief Justice, had appointed to pass sentence on as many of the prison- ers, under conviction in gaol, as it was practicable to bring up for that purpose. The following seven wreched men, were first arraigned, having been con-' victed of robbery, viz.-William Madden, Michael Hening, James Davis, John Hall, Robert M'Guire,   John Collins, and William Templeman. His Honour remarked, that robbery was a crime punishable with death in most civilized nations for centuries, notwith stannding which, he regretted to say it had become more frequent in this colony of late. A mistaken no tion seemed to have prevailed with the prisoners, that their offence would not amount to robbery, but only stealing from the person. They had been studiously anxious to learn the lines of distinction between dif- ferent crimes, for the wicked purpose of knowing how far they could go without incurring a h...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 June 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1829. Arrived on Saturday the Vibilia, R. Stephenson from Gravesend, 6th Dec. and the Cape of Good Hope, 22d April. Passengers - Mr. & Mrs. James Wood, Mr. Charles Gore, Mr. George Simpkin, Mr, Wm. Wills, and Mr. Parsons. Arrived on the 16th the Colonial schooner, Henry, W. Taggart, Master, from Launceston 6th inst. with 203 bushels oats, 750 do. barley, for—J. and J. Solomon.   Arrived on Thursday the ship Ephemina, Captain W. M. Harper, from China 28th March, no pas- senders.     Vessels remaining in the harbour. Ships ; Triton, Vibilia, and Ephemina. Brigs; Ann, Ionia, and Volusia. Barks; Orelia, Clarence, St. George, Nimrod. Schooner, Henry. CARGO OF THE EPHEMINA.   10 picknick baskets, combs, snuff boxes, &c, 15   packages carpets, !2 boxea window blinds, 2 boxes rue crackers, 43 boxes preserves," I box spices, 8 floor mats, 12 sugar jars, 47 boxes nankee...

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