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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

COMMERCIAL BANK. THE public are hereby informed, that the Com. merdai Bank »ill open for business on Mon- day next,*29lh inst. on the premises ia Davey street, late ti») Tasmanian Bank. Discounts at the rate of 10 per cent, per en num. Discount da\8every Wednesday and Saturday, and Bills fnr Discount to be in by 12 o'olock forenoon, on each of those days. If any preference is given, it will be to those who tren their aeconnts with the establishment, and to a clmioe of paper. ¡merest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum will he allowed on Cash deposited 6 months and tip «rifc_» JOHN D.U.NN. ~ SALE BY AUCTION, . By Mr. Lewis, At Ins Cattle Yard, Argyle street, on Friday July 3, TWENTY HEAD of CATTLE. Prompt pay n.-nt_ FIAX SEED. WANTED to parchase from 5 to 10 Bushels, for which a liberal price in Cash will be given on delivery. Apply to the Printer. ON SALE, THE CARGO of the Hind, consisting of re msrkably fine West India SUGAR, COF- FEE and,RUM. CROMBIE, MACLAREN & CO. THT C...

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THE HERMITAGE. A POEM. "And may at last my weary age, Find out the peaceful hermitage." I[?] Penser[?]o. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

THE HERMITAGE. A Poem "And may at last my weary age,   Find out tht peaceful hemitage." Il Penseroso   Vouchsafe me, Gods !-I'll ask no more Than modest bards have ask'd before A mansion, meet for self and muse, Tbe only mistress I would chuse, Posted on some pleasant green, Snug behind a sylvan screen, On which the whistling winds rnay blow, But strive in vain to whistle through ; Where plume o'er shadowy plume appears, Grove cresting grove in stately tiers. Thence let some gadding Naiad play, From dusky Dryads stol'n away, And swelling still her wave to free From tufted-crag, or stooping tree, With gelid breath, and cadence hoarse That seems to idless sweet discourse. The full refreshing cup extend, As at her crystal shrine I bend ; Or high above her obannell'd bed, A kind, benumbing influence shed, If on the breezy moss-crowned steep. Mine eyes unpleasing vigils keep, Invoking there the dreamy God   To give ti c all composing nod ; While fan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

... FOR LONDON DIRECT.. í^é3teTnHB bWp pvRamus» a' l' v»pp«»d 3s£3uF. X and copper fastened, James Elder, Commander. , j This fine ship is daily expected from Sydney, ana will positively be the first ship for London direct, having the greatest part of her cargo engaged at Syd- ney aud this port. She presents a most favourable oppjrlnnity lo shippers of produce to make early re mittances, a» her stay here on her return from Sydney will be ver> limited, being a chartered ship. She is fitted up in a most superior style for passen- gers, and carries an experienced surgeon, her steerage accommodations are very extensive and lofty, and afford «n excellent opportunity for persons wishing lo proceed to England, with unusual convenience and upon moderate terms. Wool and other goods intended for shipment per Py lanius, warehoused free of expense at the stores of the undersigned. KEMP & CO. May 13,1829. FOR LONDON DIRECT. «ááMfe^T'HE remarkably fast sailing Bark Swift 3fc~Zj» J[ sur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

SALE BY AUCTION, BY MRr LEWIS, At his Rooms in Macquarie-street, on Saturday the the 4th of July, A great variety of Ribbons Gentlemen's boys' and girls' beaver Hats - Mohnir Caps Rich Gros de Naples Twilled Sturts, black silk Handkerchiefs A variety of Sauces Wine Glasses and Tumblers Pocket Handkerchiefs, Needle-cases Pocket Knives Coffee Mills Waisteoating . A large Drum A Sea Couch And various other things too numerous to mention. Terms,-Prompt payment. SALE BY AUCTION   By Mr. J. C. Underwood,   At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednes- day next, the 1st of July,-for the benefit of those . concerned, rriHE following MERCHANDISE, ex Triton, Captain Creer, of Leith, viz.   Ali. No. 3. a bale 8 ps. white.calico. " 4. a do. 21 ps. do. *' 5. a do. 22 do. do. Terms-prompt payment. Immediately after the above, ONE case of umbrellas, one case table matts, two casks ,soda water, one case mustard, 2 cwt. ginger, 5 kegs.jñegroheail tobacco, 5,00...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

THI5 COUNTRY POST. Macquame Riven.-John Ruith, a free servant from the farm of Mr. Geo. Robson on the Macqua- rie had a narrow esoape with his life on Sunday the 7th instant. He had- been employed on an excur- sion of discovery for a- road to connect * the country between Ontjaiuls and the Salt pans with Oyster bay, and on his return, having paricd with bia companions, was passing along the middle ascent of Sam the Butcher's Sugar Loaf, when he perceived he was chased by 7 or 8 Natives, and nearly double that number «if dogs, within 40 yard's. He reserved his Gre, they being too close to allow bim time to re- load before closing, und be lied, keeping the advan- tage of the higher ground, to which circumstance, in all probability he is indebted for his life. They fol- lowed bira nearly a mile, until dropping his knapsack as, a hait, it had the immediate effect of putting a peririd to the-chase. The dogs were of a very large description, and one in particularseemed very fero- cious. I...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 June 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1828. Arrived on Tuesday the 23d. June, the brig Hind,   Captain Jack, from St. Thomas's 17th February.   Cargo-109 hhds.and 66 barrels sugar, 30 bags of coffee, 82 puncheons rum, 4 casks tobacco and 2 hhds. brandy, consigned to Crombie, Mc Laren and Co.   Sailed on Sunday 21st, the bark Nimrod, Captain Chalmers, for Sydney. Cargo-1950 bags Manilla sugar, 100 firkins butter, 45 barrels pork, 3 cases of whaling gear, 2 blubber hooks, 4 try work knees. 6   furnace bars, 5 cases pianos, 18 cases copper, 5 g, casks copper nails, I bundle copper bolts, 10 cases     muskets, 19 bags potatoes and 24 bags wheat. Passengers —Mr. J. Flaharty, Supercargo, and Mr. Joseph Birch.   Sailed on Monday the 22d. the brig Anne, Capt. Corneby, for Sydney, with part of her original cargo, Passengers from Rio — Mr. J. Macnamara, Mr. W. Foster, Mr. E. Cunningham, Mr. Riley,...

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THE HERMITAGE. A POEM. [?]Concluded from our las[?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

Tit- HËAMIÎACÈ. _ POBM. [/Concluded from oar lash) There-wildly breathes such music her« Aft dwelt iii nature's Untaught ear, When light she sprang witb new ris'n glee, . Not fays just fled so light as she, Blitbly o'er tbe puifled green, The dew drop from her sandal sheen Flung off, as morn's creative ray PencilPd out the landscape gay, Brisk-ey'd morn ! that olimb'st the hill With joyous cheer, and summons shrill, To glory won in wood-land sport, Where lusty leisure makes resort, Ruddy nymph, and brawny clown, To course the nimble day spring donn. Enough forme to hear afar The welkin noise, the sylvan war When blessed airs diffusing wide The holy charm of eventide. Make all the spacious, vault so calm A temple breathing nrrd and balm, And many a meek angelio guest Descending soothes the human breast; With nature let me wind the glen, Par from the way s,-the thoughts of meit ; So tended trace the tangled burn, To the coy Naiad's cavern'd um, Oft lingering o'er its mirror fair, To r...

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OVERTRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

OVERTRADING* l¡ Ithasofltfe become so much the fashion to attri- bute all the evils of this colony, suoh as they are, to the results of overtrading, that weare induced to copy the following luoid exposition «fits origin from a late number of the Morning Herald. Overtrading in this sense, we consider to be rather a benefit than an evil ti to this colony, for it not only affords us the goods at a cheaper rate, but it naturally excites our exertions to create articles of colonial produce to give in re- ti turn. It is not B little curious that such sober calculating folks as the Glasgow bodia should allow themselves to be seduced into such a fallacious system of tra- q i ding as theirs is .- d A, a commission roerchsnt in Liverpool, writes to B, a commission agent io Glasgow (technically styled ¡n a drummer), to procure bim assignments of manufar i\ tured gooda for Lima, or Mexico, or any where elte, and that he will give his acceptance at six or nine months, to be renewed and re-renewe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

[Government Order, No. 7.] Representations having been made lo the L'eutenant Governor that a very injurious pi notice of indiscriminately stripping mimosa mid other tiees of (heir bark, has existed to a consideriib'e extent, His Excellency ha* directed it lo be n ilified, that peisons who are desirous of pro coring bark on crown (autis'must apply lo the. po- lio ? magistrate of the district for permission, and s'ate the place at which they intend lo work, the quantity of bark which the» purpose collecting, and the period at which the work will probably be accom pli-bcd : tfiireihi'r, with the number of persons to b«* employed therein. Should any parsons, hereafter, attempt to procure baik on crown lands, without such authority, measures will be taken for their immediate prosecution and re- moval. By His Excellency's Commnnd, J. BUKNEtT. NOTICE. GEORGE LANGFORD respectfully acquaints the public tlwt he has a well selected variety of goods to land from the Prince Regent. July 3. I8i9...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

MRS. "WOOD, has on Site, st ber Stores, oppo- site the Waterloo Mill io Liverpool-street, the undermentioned GOODS, jost imported : Brown Stoat and Pale Ale in hogsheads Best old Port, very superior, in S dozen cases Best Pale Sherry ditto ditto Old Sherry ditto in hogsheads Bett Old Teneriffe ditto Several cases of Men's and Boys' aaperfine black and drab "Waterproof Hats Common ' ditto do. Elagant carved imitation Rose-wood Chairs, cane, seats Carpeting Dinner, Breakfast, and Tea Services of the newest and most fashionable patterns ¡n'large varieties A Urge assortment of Stationery of the best quali- ty, consisting of Foolscap, Letter and Note Pa- pers, Copy, Bank Note, and Curling Papers, Small hand, Lumber hand, Cartridge, Blotting, Blue Demy, and Brown Paper,Tissue of vaiious . eoloars, Mill-boards, Map Files and Laces, Sealing Wax1, Wafers, Quills, etc. &a. Complete sets of Account Books, in various bind- ings, ruled and plain Morden's Patent ever-pointed Penoils Playi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

VaLUÀBLR ÀKP BgntMlVft ÍEfcMÍSlííS, TURK'S HEAD INK. ».THO be Let, for such term as may be agreed upon, I and possession given on the 29th September next, those extensive and trnly valuable premises kuown by the sign of tile «Turk's Head,« at present occupied by Mr. W. Broad, and situated at the cor- ner of Murray and Eatlrust streets, commanding at present an extensive run of trade, aud capable of very great improvement. The premises were built ex- pressly fora first rate inn, and comprise^ every con- venience for carrying on tho public business to any extent. There is a good 4 stall stable, cow house, yards for stock, and every other convenience for set- tlers coming from the oountry, together with an ex- cellent cellar, capable of holding 200 casks of porter. The above premises are furnished with every requisite for carrying on the business, consisting of chairs, ta- bles, forms, sofas, bedsteads, kegs and measures, pots, &c. in short, theabove is sn opportunity which sel...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1829. The ship Prince Regent, Captain Mallard, from London 11th February, with merchandize, arrived in D'Entrecasteaux channel on Tuesday, but on Wed- nesday morning while beating up, unfortunately run upon a mud or sand bank, which extends opposite Green island, and she has not yet been got off, al- though from the nature of the ground no damage it is expected beyond the delay, will be sustained by the vessel. Lieut. Hill, the Port officer, has gone down, and the weather fortunately has been calm and fa- vourable. There are about 40 passengers on board, among whom are Mr. Allen, Mr. Maddox, Mr. Moyd, and others with their families. The Rev. C. Broughton, the new Archdeacon, has not arrived by this opportunity as was expected. * The pirates, 40 in number, which were taken by H.M.S. the Black Joke, on Hie coast of Africa, in their vessel called the President, had been brought to London, and fnlly committed for trial, by Mr. Broderip, ni Hors...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 4 July 1829

THIS DAY CONTAINS, No. 138.] Com iot Esta or the Public Service the un ; Compasses Lamp nakers* Palms 60 Pound Marline 5 Iron Weights, from i lb. to an ox. 1 Coil Rope, (2 inch) 24 Bolts, 3 inch, flat cocked 1 Iron Tea Kettle (large) Tenders sealed and endorsed, "lendersfor Stores" With the priocs stated ib words at length, will be re- ceived at this Oflice, until noon, on Tuesday the 14th July. Samples io be sent on the same dtiy to the Ordnance Store keeper. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett. [Government Notice, No. 139.] Colonial Esta- blishment. Required for the Public Service, the 'Undermentioned Articles : 1 Pocket Composa 2 Pocket Pistols 2,600 Quills 1 Beam and Scales to weigh about a ton * 3 Large Account Books 12 Account Books 60 Spike Gimlets I GiossMill boards, large size, (Bookbinders) 6 Quires Marble Paptr 6 Kearns Demy Writing Paper 1 Set Bookbinders' Letters (Folio) 2 Bookbinders- Brats Rolls Tenders sealed and endorsed '-Tenders for Stores,'' with ih...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

FOR SALE. ;-*£§£rriHE fast sailing Brig. Hind, of 141 ffiffiPfl JL 'ons burden per register. This ves »el .Mows a great cttrgo for lier register tonnage ; she livery strong built, and lids always made remarkably quiok passages. CROMBIE, MACLAREN, & CO. July 8. 1829._ ., FOR MVAN RIVER. Positively to Sail on the 26th July. AÁjfrt,tú "lHE fine first class coppered Ship J^%£$T_ J^ Orelia, 382 tons of register, William Hudson) commander. This iîn^ »bip'will positively sail for the above set- tlement on the BCth July, being chartered expressly /or the voyage. Terras as follows : Cabin passage.¿£40 .Steerage ditto,..20 Goods, dead wright........3 10s. Ditto, measurement........4 Cnttle,..«..4. »...»...25 per head. Horses,..... 35 per do. ?? Sheep,..3 10s. per do. Including all provisions, water, fittings up, &c. Immediate application is necessary, as the charter* cr will have but little room disposable. For freight or passage apply to KEMP & CO. July 2.1S«9. , _ ~ ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

DERWENT BANK. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the Share- holders of the Derwent Bank, held on the 8th instant, a Dividend of Five Ponmls per Share, was declared for tlie Half Year, ending the »Oili June 18-¿9 ; and which* will be iii course of pay- ment on Tuesday lhu.2Ist justmit. STEPHEN ADEY, Cashier. Davey street, July 9,1829. BANK OF VAN DÏEMEVS LAND. A GEN ERAL MEETING of the Proprietors of Bank Stock will be held on Saturday the 1st day of August next, at 12 o'clock precisely lo de- clare (be Palf Yearly Dividend, &c. T. Y. LOWES, Secretary. Macquarie-street. July 1829._ PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. THE Third Anniversary Meeting of (his Society will be held in the Church, on the Evening of Monday the 20th instant. The Chair to be taken at half past 6 o'clock precisely. The Annual Sermon in behalf of the Society will be preached on the preceding. Evening. Public Wor- ship to commence at 6 o'clock. _WILLIAM GUNN, Secretary. LOST, A BOUT three weeks ago, near Compton Ferry, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

ON SALE AT the atore» of the undersigned the cargo ot the ship Ephemina. from Canton, consisting of Hyson skin tea in chests and half «heats Twonkay Hyson, ditto ditto Company's Hyson, ditto dido Hyson in 10 and 5 eatta boxes Imperial Hyson, ditto ditto Gunpowder, ditto riitlo Company's Souoliong in chests and lialf oh'esti Ankor ditto, ditto, ditto Pouchong, in half chests Orange Pelcoe, ditto Also-Company's yellow and blue nankeena Grass cloths, white anti coloured Grass cloth handkerchiefs, ladle's aad gen- tlemen's Embroidered shaw/s Black and coloured .camlets Black and coloured Laven'tine* Black silk handkerchiefs Satins, Sarsnels, Damasks Crape and silk dresses Silk and gauze handkerchiefs Jocheen Pnnnche Tortoise-shell and horn combi Ditto snuffboxes Pic Nie and clothes baskets Mother-o-pcarl card counters and silk winders, Bamboo Window blinda Fire crackers Preserved ginger, citron, chora choro honey Limejuice Spices assorted, cayeane pepper Floor matting Blue sugar jars Te...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. Editor Sahib. !-What for you all say in Van Die men's land that you got buffalos Caste among your cattle ? Buffaloe no hump on back has got! Any buffaloe into this country never was brought ! You, why not say you got Rhinceros? That just as good to say ! 'No Sahib-your business is, the golden fruits of knowledge into the gaping mouths of the ig- norant to shake ; wherefore you will whiten your face before the Universe if you, with the pen of truth, proclaim that Hindoostanee Cow it is that got hump on shoulder, and buffaloe not. What more shall I say ! May your shadow never be less ! BYL WALLA. Southampton street, Fitzroy square, London, 26th January, 1829» My kind preceptor and friend:-I am now studying the medical profession, thinking myself too wicked for a clergyman, and too honest for a lawyer, I made choice of physio as the medium. The building mania is all the go in this famous Lon- don town, There is scarcely a piece of ground unen- cumbered with brinks and...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1829. Arrived yesterday the brig, William Stoveld, Capt. Alexander Davidson (187 lons) from Leith. 1st of   February, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers Mr. Alexander Sibbald and Mr. John Scougall for this place, and Mr. R. Hamilton and William Clo- horne for Sydney. A ship with merchandize was coming up the river when our paper went to press. Sailed on the 4th inst, for Launceston, the colonial schooner Henry, M. W. Taggart, master, with a ge- neral cargo of British and Foreign goods. Sailed on Tuesday 7th instant, the bark St. George, Capt. Geo. Findlay, for Port Jackson, with part of her import cargo,and 1500 bushels colonial wheat, shipped by Mr. Geo. Whitcomb, and 2000 bushels ditto, on account of H.M. Government. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Whitcomb, Mrs. Chapman and child, Messrs. James Murdock, James Cole, W. Smith, D. Wilcox, Martha Dudley and child. Vessels remaining in the Harbour Ships-Triton, Vibilia, Eplieiniu...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 July 1829

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. HouSE op Louds, Feb. 5.-His Majesty's speech on the opening of Parliament was this day read by Commission. The Commissioners were the Lord Chanoellor, the Duke of Wellington, Lord Ellen- borough, Earl Bathurst, and the Earl of Sbaftesbury. There were a great many members of the House of Commons present, but the attendance of Peer.s was not so numerous as might have been expected. There were 5 bishops present, and a great many ladies in full dress. After the usual formalities tim Lord Chancellor read the speech in a very audible and dis- tinct tone_ " My Lords and Gentlemen, His Majesty commands us"* to inform you, that he continues to receive from his Allies, and generally from nil Princestand States, the assurance of their un- abated desire to cultivate the most friendly relations with His Majesty. Under the mediation of His Majesty, the preli- minaries of a treaty of peace between his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Braeil and the republic of the United Prov...

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

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT ORDER. [No. 10.] Colonial Secretary's Office, July 15, 1829. CHARGES having been frequently made on ac- count of xxxxxxxx, for the conveyance of pri-         soners to the several places of confinement, under cir- cumstances, where such accommodation has not ap- peared to be necessary, no charge of this descrip- tion will in future be admitted, unless it be accompa- nied by the certificate of a medical officer or practi- tioner, that the prisoner is unable lo walk. By Command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 159.] Colonial Secretary's Office, July 16, 1819. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap- point Frederick Roper and Joseph Henry Moore, Esquires, to be Justices of the Peace for the island of Van Diemen'« land and its dependencies. By command of His Excellency,   J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 149.] Colonial Secretary's Office....

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