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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. On Saturday last, before William Lyttle ten, and—— ? Arthur, Esquires, Thouas Bennett was fined £ 10 and costs, fur har bouring two of Mr. Thomas Massey's men, who had just been punished, and were or dered to return to Beulemend. How comes it to pass that Mr. Massey brings these men past tho house of J. Cox, Esq., j. 1*., which is so much nearer to Beniouiuud f joun i/BiinoiEE was couth tru ai maeceuuy exposing his person, and using very indecent language in th(- dwelling-house of Mr. Samuel Uyams. Seot»nrei) (? pay 6s. and costs, and to find sureties to keep the peace for ?ii months. Mr. Thomas Gee, of the Cocked Hat Hill, was convicted in three penalties of £10 each for Selling pigs in Launceston, read? slaughtered, he having uo licesise, and it ttpiii^ contrary te the provisions of the local slaughtering set, w)\:- ii i» imp ? 'ive on the magistrates to fine net less than ^10, nor more than £50. He pleaded ia extenuation, that he did not know of this act, but...

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To Mr. John Fawkner, Proprister of the Louncerton Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

?To Mr. John Fewkntr, Prtpritttr tftiu Laun ? eetton Adwtrtinr. ? I have no doubt of your good inten ?linns for the support of the character ef this Bide of the Island as being capable of grow ling and exporting wheat, but in the attempt Kou Materially injure the sabject you would ?with to advocate by putting forth quantities ?sf that article that do not exist, thereby in Boring the market, or at all events it is cal mpniaieu so io ao. ? lathe last number ef your paper you first ?uy I hhV* shipped and have ready to ship ?40,000 bushels of wheat this season, wbere ?M I have only«hipped 18,000 bushels inclu KUag tb- cargoes per. fwasd Dsrt, and have ?barely 4,000 bushel* more In my stortrs. I ?will not takoupon myself to say what Messrs. Mi. and,J. Solomon have shipped or what ?they i&tvnd shipping, further, tban U is my ??pinion your statement as respects them is ??xaggeraud in the same degree as it is with Bntpect to myself. ? ilmoi t any quantity of wheat being to be ?broug...

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LIFE ON BOARD A MAN OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

T.IPE ON BOARD A MAN OF WAIt. ' We scrambled up, one after another, in a very unieaniaiil(ke manner, and in a few minutes found ourselves standing on the quarter-deck of H. M. ship Bittern, the laugliing-ttock or the whole crew, who crowded on the forecastle, and even came aft to the break ef the quarter deck, to make observations on our appearance. I had the misfortune to attract most attention ; and that the reader may know the reason let him imagine, a tall Young fell* w, with a blue jack - at made in the hist style ol lashion, but most wretchedly faded ; trowsers in the same style and predicament; a hat broken down into a soft, shapeless mass of felt ; and a pair of boots burst ing with laughter at both sides. Add to this, my features were besmeared with dirt, and my whole appearance was that of a forlorn flunkey or disjaskit dandy. « We were mustered by a steut-looking mnn, dressed in a Flushing jacket and trowsers, with cruwn-and-auchor buttons. This officer, who Iras Ihe mast...

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CHINESE MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

- CHINESE MECHANICS. fl^HE Undersigned iDtcndinftorttnaia !??? ^' ln« Colony, and expecting ft vessel from China in the farly (.art ©f the «ntaing eason, is induced ( from the niinrro^ an. plicatious *? -'—?-»'?*? '?-'?—»«???«?»????»?.?-???, csu«to ottrOvrnknowltrlg* ofthatamonat ,-ting be«n shipped by Mr. VT. last year, cau itdia to relyupen this statement as correct. This has set us more than aver on car guard, and we shall be very careful for the future how we insert any statement upon such au tnonty. we pause here just ta a*k this clerk, and all others, loud «f tin- baleful practice of exaggeration, te reflect fer the future before they assart sny thing that is not based on trath, because a repetition of such practices will assuredly in the end mtet its due reward. We have compared onr own accounts with those of several persons well acquainted with the subject, ana our joint conclusions are, that there is not at present mor* than from 36 to 88,000 bushels of wheat, which cau bo ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

I had a strong consciousness that it was not due, though ke was unable to recover an/ evidence ia suppert of his belief. ' Yob are rigrhtmy son,' replied the peternal shade; ' I did acquire right to Uie.se (winds, for pay ment of w hice you a re bow prosecuted. Tho papers relating to the traosactiou are in tho bauds of Mr. ? , a writer (or attorney), who is uow retired from professional business and resides at Inveresk, near Edinburgh. Bo was a person whom I employed on that oc casion for a particular reason, but who never en any other occasion transacted bosinesa en my accoant. ' It is very possible,' pursued tho vision,' that Mr. — - may have forgotten a matter which is now of a very old date % but you saay call it to his recollection by this token ; that when I came to pay his account, there was difficulty ia getting change for % Portugal piece of gold, and that we w«ro- forced to drink out the balance at a tavern.' ' Mr. E — -d awaked in the morning with all the words of the vis...

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COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. I have collected and arranged tho follw ing notes from my vado necnm ; and if yon, Mr. Editor, think the Public will derive any information, oi if tfiey stimulate any one per son to ta ke the necesitry precaution of placing their fire arms in such situations as are not likely to be searched by tho Natives in tho houses «r huts they plunder, you may ren der a greater benefit than you yourself aro aware of. A vouBg emigrant settler in ray district haa b»ep once plundered very severely by the Blacks- ana for seme weeks after he ?ever left the house on any, even the most trifling occasions without a gun in his hand, and he compelled every ono of his men to do the sane. Daring all tins time no Blacks ever shewed themselves; bat mark thoir ri* gilaKce.— The first day that ha left his gnn in the house, two of his men also left their muskets, beiag employed to go to a distant bat more populous aeigbbourhood on this to him unfortunate day. Te roe others of his usen we...

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AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST SYDNEY MARKET. (From the Sydney Gasette, of June 17th 18[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

AVERAGE PRIC j-S oF TBB LAST SYDNBr ? MARKET. ? ? (Fr»m thcSyiMy Gmxette,ofJunel7th\m H Wheat per bushel, 7s., Maizs uo.,™ w a Oats, a©:, 3s. 6d. Potatoes, wj^.*! ley, 'do. k 6d., fiuttor, per Ib, 96,, Cta* I do., I.. Id, ?fff.d«-3»-»Bcks ^Fojhl per fair 2s., Geese, dp., 10s, 6d,j i »'*£? ilo., JOs., Hay, per tori, 25. 10s. 3d.,5U«i per load,£l. Ss. .??r««il BRBAD-rTKfoiir pound Lo»f| !'-??*; I l\?EAT-Per.tone;Beef,ls.M;»^ Is. 5d., Pork,2s, Sd^ywlj^6'1' I PRICES Of. ELQDK.-^Per,1* jjj.1 BickianVFinft .2Os.» .SecoytU. UH-i»; I Girwd'sj Fine SGs.-Seconds 16«. »J;jrL| kerS'Fino 20s;, Seconds lfls. 8d; Dirte I Mills, fine 20s. 6d., Seconds 17s.2d ,,H«'»i| Fine 20s. Seconds 16s., 8d. -?)' I Bu.n Advek'tised to SAit Fnost to««| foiCVAn Diemcn's Land- ? March 12th.-Geo.ije, Hattenbory, »? touch at the MauritiuB. ' ffl^| 18lh,-Janat lzat, Crocket, Blim '?-? °3; ist.-Fras. Freeling, Gundry, Lang, §«*| . April 5th .-Fairfield; Booth. ? ' 8tli.-Dkvid,Lyoni Maahus, Johoi6D,((W| Viet ships). ' I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

11 I bbbw1 ^^^jj|^H|^^J|3ra^^^BBjSH|^HH|^|^^Ljf i SALES BY AUCTION. gVj BY MR. RICHARD WHITI, |fi On Thursday next, ut the Store* of Mr. |||- Reid, Corner of Cameron and Charles U| Streets, the following Goods, to close ? S a consignment : — W rpWEL VE half-pips Cap* Madeira V- M. 1 set plated branch candlesticks II 10 japanned snuffer stands IE 8 bread t/ays II; - 12 dozen bottles of blacking ml TFRMS.— Approved Bills at Three Moathi IK en all purchases above £20, H ' Launceston, July 30th, 1830. || BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, III At the Lkunceston Hotel, on Monday, the MI 16th day of August. THE following valuable HORSES, just imported from Sydaey ex Queen X CharUtle. lit SINBAD.-An Entire Horse, three years ?tr old, off 16 hands high, by the English III ' Stallion 'Bay Cameiitoh,' outer the I] ' Celebrated ' Hecto it,' Mare « Poxly/' Sff by'«B,OCKIMGMAU'. IHr FOPPET.-A black Mare, rising seven lit - years stinted to ' Skbltom,' and in lllf ~ foal. 11} TOMMY— A Black fielding, ruing thr...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

SHIPPING NEWS.   ARRIVED. On the 29th ult.— The schooner RESOLU- TION, P. Stewart Master, from Sydney, with 400 bags lime, 175 flag stones, 7 hhds, wine, 10 puncheons rum, 6 quarter-casks de., 1 puncheon cheese, 6 cases wine, 2 pipes brandy, 3 cases twine and bottles, 1 ditto gin, 6 dozen spades and shovels, 30 baskets tobacco, 50 iron pots, 3 casks pitch, 1 cask oatmeal, 2 jars turpentine, 1 bundles saws, 6 bags corks, 15 boxes soap, 10 chests tea, 40 pieces cedar, consigned to Thomas Williams, Esq. Passengers.— Mr. & Mrs. William Grif- fiths and child, Mr. & Mrs. Norman and children— cabin. John Watson and John Mc Cormack— steerage. The schooner HENRY, and brig QUEEN CHARLOTTE, both from Sydney, are in the river, but not yet entered at the Custom House. The former brings two horses, and the latter five. VESSELS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Barque NIMROD ; brigs LION, and QUEEN CHARLOTTE ; and schooners PRINCE REGENT HENRY, and RESOLUTION. ARRIVED IN HOBAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

GOVfiRNMBNT NOTICE. , . no. 148. Colonial Secretary's Office July 29, 1830. ; THE Secretary ef St»t« has been' pleased to, confirm the appointment oj Peter Archer Mulgrave Bsq. as Chief Police Magistrate, vice A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. deceased. Br Command of .... The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 141, Colonial Seeretary's Office, July 28th, 1830. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgence. TICKET OF LEAVE. John Robinson, 115, Dromedary. By His Excellency's Command,   J. BURNETT. GOTEENMENT NOTICE. ? No. 142. Colonial Secretary's Ofiet juW28th, 1830. I TIE period for which theuudormeB tloned persons were transported hai ing expired, certificates have beesi grautej te them accordingly t ' ft James Hindley, SOS, Phaaix. -2), Jo| . -'.l«i !? '?*?'?? I eves, 379, do, Thomas Croft, 630, do,1 jert Simon*. 607 do., John Scott, 616,1 Mary Reddy, 37, BrothoM, Ehzabethi ter, 69, do, Ann Wright, SO, do, Thomas! ?lor, 281...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

I ? Wornhui Buttocks. ?Mf ANTED,!* f«w worn-out work WT iog BULLOCKS. Lameness will net Lceosidtrea an objection. I Apply GEORGE HOBLER, Killafaddy. jglygQtfa, 1810. *. ? I T«m Potwwfe Meward. LmTHERBA-S son* «vij disposed H| persons have made a practice ef ma- Bcieusly pulling do $vn and destroying the iarden tfence on my Premises at Norfolk Biota. I hereby oner a reward ef Ten Boaods to ray peraen who thall afford iuch (formation as will enable me to prosecute ke offender to conviction. | . W. LYTTLETON. Inly 27th, 1830. »-— — ? ? ? ? To be sold by Private Contract.— These eligible and commodious Pre-   mises, situate in Cameron Street, opposite the Court House, and next door to the Po- lice Office, the property of Doctor Cameron, at present occupied by Mr. Parkinson, This property is situated in the very centre of Launceston, and the respectability of the neighbourhood is too well known to require further comment. The present lease ex ?res ?? the first of October nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

KoR SALE by Private Contract.— I The PREMISES new in th« ?cassation |r, T. Mass«y, eligibly situated «u the %li Etk, comprising in the whole about Ko acres, ioclttdiiig an Orchard of three K well stocked with the choicest Fruit Mfl in tb» con»try ; also, at-out 1,000 R ftf Harped Cattle, more or less, 1,000 Kp, of an™ improved breed, nod i fn' Kelkut Brood Mares, with Filliti and the Premise* »ay be viewed on any day ?ween the present date, and the let «f ?t month, by application to the Proprietor. Ef The above are the sole property of ?/Thomas Massey, Senior, ?ugustflth, 1830, E ? ? ? —~- — —————— «O be sold by Private Contract. — I Those eligible and Commodious Pre les, situate m Cameron Street, opposite I Court House, and next door to the Fo m Office, the property of Doctor Cameron, I present occupied hy Mr. Parkinson, ?is property is situated in the v--ry centre K.nuiio-'-KMi, «ud the rrspectabilily of the ErhU'in.sfta is toe wellkuown t- require ?flier comment. The present leas...

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LITHOTRITIE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

LITHOTRITIE. The Baron Heui l&oup, A French surgeon of great ingenuity and attainments, to whom the world is indebted for th« perfection to which this department of his art has n»w arrived, has been some weeks in Loadon, demonstrating publicly the nature and prae tWeofAismostexttftordtaaryproeeBBfflhick bas been named by the French facnlty li thotritie. It consists in breaking the cal. culsus concretions which form within the bladder into powder or particles so minute | that they are readily discharged by the tut- j ural passage through which tie mechauiim ] necessary for tbe destruction of th* foreign body is introduced, without subjecting the patient to the terrors er dangers of incision. Dnring the last five years this process has oc cupied the attention of several ingenious French surgeons, amongst whose researches those of Baron Heurteloup are the most pro minent, having procured him '* the grand prize of surgery' for tbe year 1827, from the Institute, for the perfectio...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, AUGUST 0, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISEB, MONDAY, AUGUST 0, 1830. - It ii tin r.ufelic duty of ? Journaliit (e dispel delasion »atii- tb« dit.'liarge oftliii doty lie mint not upset to find hii taut porfectiy free from Uic arrows oftbosevrlis are initresled in yrcrciitiLf the jKjis of truth from coufrouliuj aud dim faliog tceir f ower.' It will be seen elsewhere iu our eol umus that a (;reat number of respectable persons of (bis town have been fined under an act that every person believed bad become a mere dead letter. Now, we and the Public are well aware that most ' f those persons fined had no in tention tn disobey any known law — it was not (heir wish in the least to resist the orders or acts of Government— their neglect did not arise from any disres pect either fir the existing laws or the executive Government, but merely from considering that the act itself had died a natural death, and that the Gov ernment did not intend to put it n force. And why did people assume this? becausoit had been enac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

Public Pound, Eastern Division, Norfolk I'htiui, July 31st, 1830. IMPOUNDED by Messrs. Cook aad Dyball, of Norfolk Plains, July 24th, 1830 :— 1 black cow, T near shoulder, brand supposed to be I 1', on uertr hip, black and white male calf by her side. I cow, grey face, black sides., white back, belly, and tail, no brand legible. 1 black steer, wliite back, belly,' and tail, supposed to be W M off hip. 1 black cow. while back, bally and tail, star in forehead, braud illegible, white hind feet. Damage Is., poundage f-f-'« Cd. --ach par day, food aud water Set. p-f Ua--. If not redeemed within the time allowel by law, they will be sold at the I'ouud ©a the third Wednesday in August, according to the provisioiib of the Imuoundiug Act. WILLIAM SALTMAR-H, l'euudkeeper. Public Pound, Nerlolk Piaino, july 24) h, 1830. IMPOUNDED on the 29th June, by Mr. jaroes Scott :— I red sided steer, about ten months old, with white back, bally and tail, and rod ears, appears to be marked M on the off hi...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. DIRE WORK AMONG THE REMANENT SLY GROG-SELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. DIRE WORK AMONG THE RBMANBNT SLY GROG-SELLEHS. Vfaen these people c«me forward with ftcir £25 each, and when through intrigue, private malice, or mercantile influence, aris ing from our rum-selling Justices, the; were refused Licenses, we were then their hearty frieuds, well knowing that nwny of tkem were better people than some of those wko Hi obtain Licenses. We wished them su« cess, and gave them our custom ?« the ity. But now that they bare all got Licenses, at Icait such of them at could inew any uiidr like decency «f character, and our rumftl lini Magistrates have been precipitated from the Bench to their rum stores, while the other Justices unconnected with grot-selling settled this Licensing affair, we hayeTjecome their decided foes. We are therefore not at all inclined to weep, iu learning that their unfair and Invidious competition against the new Licenses has been completely upset. A barrel of gunpowder of Jilks's own planting, with all the casks of rum, ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 August 1830

SHIP NEWS.   ARRIVED. On Thursday.— The Queen Charlotte, A. Renoldsen, Master, from Sydney, with a general assortment of merchandize. Same day. - The Henry, John Griffiths, master and owner, from Sydney, with   sundries. - Passenger, William Nicholson. Same day. — The Brittannia, Captain Ramsey, from London, Cape of Good Hope, and last from Swan River, with 16 hoes, gin, and sundries. SAILED. On Wednesday. - The barque Nimrod, Captain Harvie, for Hobart Town, and Sydney, with part of her original cargo and   18 bushels wheat. On Saturday. - Tbe Prince Regent, Capt. John Hassel, for Sydney, wilh 2,500 bushels wheat, 2 tens potatoes, and 20 bales wool. Same day. - The Resolution, J. H. Lancey, master, for Sydney, with 2016 bushels   wheat, 10 bales wool, 13 kegs tobacco. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Brigs Lion, Britannia, and Queen Charlotte; schooner Henry.   No arrivals at Hobart since our last. Sailed from Hobart...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

iPgft SHIP jffl^ NEWS« AlllUVED. On the 10th,— The schooner Pbiendship, Cnpt. Whyte, from Circular Head, with 450 bushels v heat, and 1 cask oil. PasseDgers. —Mr. Reeves, Mr. Allen, Mrs. Beaton and six children, Mr*. Clark, John Burns, Chris topher O'3rien, and four Aborigines. Sailed. Or Saturday,- The jjrig Liotr, Captain Me leod, for Hobart Town, with 1346 bushe s of wheat, lasa ousnew ouiu, »'«?» u'=»^.» barley, 22 hhds. flour, 39 bullock hides, 232 trusses hay, and sundry other goods, not colonial. Passengers,— Mrs. Me Leod, and Elian Jones. The schooner Henry is expected to sail to-morrow for Sydney, with a lull cargo. Vessels uemainihg in ths JUnBoun. BrlgsBitiTANNiA, andduEUN Charlotte; . schooners Henry and Friendship. Aurivkd in Hobart Town. -r Ob 'the IStb.— The ship tf-ANCV, Capt. 1-rici, from Sydney 1st August with «i general cargo.— J'assengm, -Messrs Me Lttren, Bums, Bankier, Robms, and Thoraus Cooler. Same Day,— The transport ship M anl1u», Capt. Johnson, from London...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

LA UKCKSTON A D VERTISE B, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1830. ' It ii tlie jmblic duty of a Journalist to dispel delation ; 'h»tin tlie -ii«.larjo of t)ii» doty lie n.uu not rxpect to find his rwid pevfe. :U frae from tlif arrows of tV.oir wlio are interested in jn'TuutuL the JBgit ui' truth tram confronting and di»i I-*tiug their loner.' A t length the various Courts of Re quests have come into active operation, and such is their great utility, and so ver' manifest is Hie benefit derived from tlicir j recent monthly term, that Lieu tenant Governor Arthur deserves th« thanks und good-will of the community at large, for this one act, even if he had in no one instauc* performed any other public service. We have great pleasure in being ena bled to state thus publicly, that the Commissioners appointed also by His Excellency the Governor have, as far as we can possibly collect, given gene ral satisfaction. Gentlemen placed as tkey are, and having to decide upon, in mauy instances, very complex and...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

SHIP A NEWS. AlUUVED. _ _..._ [?] tomorrow fot Sjdmj, ??* ? j'Jj »'«»? BrU«B«iTANSiA,andauE-iNCuARLOTTE, . schooners llrN«v «i-J»ie»o.»i«- Mm affenoralcarKO. Passengers,— Mr. I . Dent, M?s . 7rD.nSd & family & 1 servant.

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