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

LAUNCESTON ABFERTISEU, W UN 13 AY, AUGUST 1G, 1830. Kt^«ti« iteSiu u' uTtrom «.ft.»ti.| aid di..i |i»li»g thci; iow«r.' At length the various Courts of Re quests have come into active operation, and such is their great utility, and so wr manifest i« the beneCt derived from their -resent monthly farm, that Lieu tenant Governor Arthur deserves th* thanks und eood-will of the community at lsree, for this one act, even if lie had in no one instaue* performed any other public service. We have great pleasure m nemg cu* bled to state thus publicly, that the Commissioners appointed also by His Excellency the Governor have, asiar as we can possibly collect, given gene ral sniisfaelion. Gentlcmon placed as tkey ure, and baviug to decide upon, in mauv ins-ances, vei'y complex and intri cate' caes, cannot please all the various suit.rs; ngainst some of the parties, eilror Pluintiff or Defendant, they must undoubtedly pronounce judgement, and. par consequence with such iheyinust be unpopular, fo...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

^USTOI UNCLAIMED LETT^sT^ I '^' I AlywiB MM. I Burnett Thomas, Bali H.. BirreU Andrew, ?rook*. Thomas, Here William, Bonnty Jno., iyanT., Bailey «?, Browa fl. W., fcryson J ''^ '1-*i ''?''? ' *- C. ' I Clayton Olivia, Craig Jno., Chapman Jos., ?tapnan F. W. ? I Dow Jamei, Dirtier Joseph, Dowsett ? I Elder timer. I *? ? Flood John, Fuller John, FitEgibbings latrick, Fletcher Mrs., Forrester Thomas, I Gildas Jas., Govett- — ?— , Gilles Lewis, ?reen Kale, Grieve Jas. ' I H* Iflayman Hobert, Hagen H., Helloway Iharles, Hill W. junr., JH11J S. M.,Harring |g Abraham, Home Benjamin, Harris, Eli Kbetb, Herring — — , Hassell A., 'Riot r' ;. .-ii ? ,: I Inipector of Slock. . I Jones James, James Henry. I I Kenney George, Keating W. D. I I Lamont Jehn, Lebusque Stephen, Lawson ? ? , Lucas George, Loonies — — , Le lard William, Land Jehn, Lowe Joseph. I M. ? Miller Jas., Minmtt Paul, Meadows Rbt, ?ilne William, Morgan William, Me Donald ?otiald, McDonald James, McKay Duncan, ?oor« Richard. I O....

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

To the Editor of the Launcestnn Advertiser. Sni.— As I think every intelligence ought to be given relative to the Blacks, as to their movements, that it may act as a caution to others, I send you the following, and should you think it worth while I should be happy to toe it inserted. ' Yesterday afternoon having had occasion to go into my hut, within a few yards of which a man and myself were ut work ??I'arW awav tome scrub; it appears a l-avty of the native tribesjind waUhel me, for no toaner had I returned to my work when the barking of the shepherd's dog, quite a puppy, and which by the merest ac cident happened to be at bourn, caused me to go tack, and 1 then perceived two of them on the point of entering; the hut. Being so npnr home, we thought (here was no Ne cessity of taking the gu i- out of the hut with us, consequently we were cut off from llip miniif of defending ourselves. I called to my man to run to our next neighbour's, who lives but a short distance off and intended ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 August 1830

IIES3K: ALES JBY AUCTION, ta BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, ^ the Launocston Hoiel, on Saturday next, at 12 ?'dock :—..'' \a 1 FINE Stack of most excellent \ HAY, containing about 50 tons. b £krMS : ? U will be Sold at so much per tl m and must be paid for as it is delivered ; tl it tht whole must be removed and paid ,r within one mouth from the day of Sale. I LTugast°l^, 183O_ BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, » » tVie Launrtfiton Hold, on Thursday, Iho 9Srd oi 'September :— c 2 CHOICE Bock of tame CATTLE, i fV of abput.UOhoad, consisting chiefly OCRS, STERR8, &c. The Milking Cowsi. re of the very best kind, and so very tame j ? nd docile, that they will po and place hMnselveB in ihe bale to be milked. TCitM* :— All Purchasers under £20 cash I low ii : above that sum Good Bills at 6 aud I 12 months. I Launceeton, August 14th, 1830. Mr. CHARLTOJJ Will Sell To-morrow, at 12 o'clock, at the Premises of Gavin Kalstou, Biq., the fol lowing Goods, without reserve, e* the Britannia:— I A MOST Sapenor ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

VOLICE INTELLIGENCE. ? Crerre 1'artiUy was had up at the Police ?fie* this day (Wednesday), on the charge of ?e»Htrg good* from the home *f Mr. William Patten, and fully committed. Mesiss. Lvt tleten and Kcawarthy aet eeniiderieg it right te allow him to bail, informed him that the matter wenld be sabmilted U Bit Majesty's Attorney Geaeral, and if bailable, he would be informed thereof. Pashley informed the Court lhat he ceuld find bail te the amount of / 100. Bis wife aid several small children were at the office, and she begged very bard to the magistrate* U hare bcr husband allowed bail, stating in tears, tbat she had said all their little property te support the family since he has been in gael, and that if be was confined a week loager, berself and children must starve. Mr. L. very justly and properly told her, that he must be guided by what was jast and preptr, and -not by the measare of her necessities. On Wednesday a man pasted Wm. Windier preferred a charge against eue of t...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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THE ISLE OF MAN-AND ITS LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

THE ISLE OF MAN -AND ITS LAWS. Among the laws of the island we find the fellowiiijr, some of which are' very singular:— ' No action of arrest shall be granted against a landed man, or native of this isle, to imprison him or to hold liiin to bail, unless he has oblaiu r& the governor's pass, or tliat there is some other just cause to believe he designs to go off the island ; and that any pei'son prosecuted for a foreign debt by an action of arrest, shall be held to bail only for his personal appearance to such notion, and for the forthcoming of wbateflecu he until within this island. ? ', ' ' If any man die, the widow to have one half of all his goods, and hair the tenement in which she. lives during her widowhood,, if his first wire ; and one quarter, if the second or third wife. The eldest daughter Inherits, if there be no son, though there be other children. ' Persons beating another violently, beside punishment and charges of cure, are fined 10s. But if the person so boat...

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MR. HUME'S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

he. hume's motion. Globe.— The ' impracticability' ot reduc tion is the mere jargon of office. If we look forward, of course official men may indulge in any loose talk concerning the practicabili ty of reductfous, without danger of positive proofs ; but let us look to the past and tbe present, and inquire what are the specific evils which would have fallen on us if the reduction had been effected, compared with tuose the nation suffers under an unreduced expenditure! It Is not enough to say, as Chancellors of the Exchequerjare in the habit of phrasing it, that the public service could not have been carried on upon ten ertwelvo millious a-year — because the public service is something, we presume, by which the public is served, and our object is to know, in what particular manner the public would have beei* injured by the absence of the ser vices which this hugs expenditure has pur chased? Our poor would not bave starvad, fer they are not fed out of the taxes— religion would not have...

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ON TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

ON TIME. Time darks the sky, time brings the day, Time glads the heart, time puffs all joy away ; Time builds a city, and o'erthrolvs a nation, Tim* writes a story of their desolation Time hath a time when I shall be no more, Time makes poor men rich, and rich men poor.

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SELECT POETRY. FAREWELL TO DUBLIM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

QIBS»®(Bff ^©IBEIB1^ FiLBRPELL TO DUBLIK. F*RnriLL to Dublin, threadbare city. Whtre all at* debtors— mores the pity ; Where, like baned cats, orapidera bottled. Etch bankrupt* bj Mi brotlerlhreMUd. Farewell to catchpolea, tailor*, duni, Thoie modern Vandals, Goths, and Hum, Farewell to Dan s AsiooiMim. Cookpit of itraggering etarvation . Farewell to Bradtej KUg'f old gtaritat { Fareirell t« citj feasts, uproarious; Attorney, abariff. turnkey, gaoler, Dint, n«, and tmoke, and Major Taylor. Farewell tottnUon and hit Pillar (Beanstalk, and Jack-the-Giaat-killir) ; Tutleepy levees, ill attended, Wokoly happr till they're eaded ; To creaking; concert*, tunclex iqaalla ; Te kick-shia parties, nicknamed balls ; 1 Dill drawing-rooms, and birth-day nights, State-carriagea, and Lord Uayofe eigku ;— To these, and ten times more, aAiea I Dablin, I hspe I've dona with yon. And is it thus, with earelesM heart, . From all my mtIt ties I part I ' Sail, laughing, from my oat ire shore, — Friends, k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

Subscribers to the Launcestan Adw'1-^ m respocffully informed, that all pjws| will bo charged for this paper up »| expiration of the passing q«artc,r.'a that nil notices to discontinue oust wm eompanied wilh all the arrears, or m paper will be sent and charsedforvm Tlfe Quarter Days are-Septerober JOlM cember 31st, March 31st, aiidJuK*1 respectively. . 1. itw The Terms are as folldw :— auartcrly, »f in advance 10s. ; if pid ?tUM««*' Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who PJ inserting their Advertis- ments 1 3 « ? . times, wiU-be entitled to S in8«t-o«M tis , for the first- 8 lines 3*. 6d., ?» each line resix-ttively boyondS, ,wa is 3d. per lin. ; to fronsubscrib r the first 8 line., and 3d. per taw** above that number. ,,, hft All manuscript AdwU««*nts will » tiuuon until countermanded, e*c?F ???b.--.-fiii'erttonsar..mi»kedttj orttiiii-snthoy would be out 01 coutiuu'-r!. ? „ cnliscrilS All Advifi-j; ments from N ???'?«' li™M must he (..,ut ft.r be ore they ca '« All- or.;- n to discontinu...

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AN EPITAPH ON A PRESSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

AN EPITAPH ON A PRESSMAN. No more slmll UEGISTER imperfect, vex, No more shall friars pale, provoke my ire, No more shall BITES or PICKS my brain per pll'.V, No nuiv rtie DEVIL'* aid sliall I require. No morn shall gloomy MONKS retard my No more shall overlays my patience No more shall batters stop me half a day, No wore «hall I the IRON FR1SKET fly. Mv bOby bus been overrun with care, Mr soul shall undergo a strict revise, An* if my Founder thinks my proof is FAIR, I quick shall JOIN my Saviour in the skies.

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CUSTOMS IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

CUSTOMS IN THE FIFTEENTH CEN TURY. Monday morning — rose at four o'cJock ana helped Catherine to milk the csws— Kachael th.e other dairy-maid having scalded her hands in so bad a manner the night before-: made a poultice for Raehael, and gave llobin a penny to get something from the apothecary. Six o'clock— the buttock of beer too much boiled, and the beer a little stale. Men. to talk with the cook about the first fault, and to amend the other myself by tapping a fresh barrel directly. Seven o'clock— WPlit tn uratlr with tlln lnriv mv mrtffipv in thp court-yard; fed twenty-ire men and women; cliid Roger severely for expressing some ill-will at attending us with broken meat. Eight o'clock ?—went to the paddock behind tlie house with my maid Dorothy, caught Thump, the little pony, myself, and rode a matter of nix miles without saddle or bridle. .Ten o'clock — went to dinner — John Grey a most comely youth, but what is that to me, a virtuous maiden should be entirely under the directio...

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EPITAPH ON A LAWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

EPITAPH Olf A LAWYER. Death brought an a§Uon, he could not defend it; He surrendered is body, thus hoping ttt end it; His mistake he found out, for what could be plainer ? Against his poor soul Satan loig'dudtlmintr. In hall he nnur lion in most anxioUI eXDtCt ment. That our Lord will rt-ease Mm by way of cjeclmtnt ; His hopes are all vain, for on searching we fuid, The Lord has summ'd up—fiml judgment it eign'd. So the Lawyer, in spite of Colce, Blackslone, and Co., ? ? . With his tgtnt in hell, must remain ttatu qvQ.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

siur jfimk news. Mo arrivals. Sailed. On Thursday,— The schooner Henry, tor Sydney. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Brigs Britannia, and Queen Charlotte; icheoner Friendship. Arrived in Hobart Town. On the 14th.— The barque Nimrorf, Capt. Harvey, from Launceston, with a general cargo of merchandize, and no passengers. On the 2Oth.-The transport ship David Lyon, Capt. Burj, from Lo;:den 2nd May, ?with 220 male prisoners ; 3 prisoner* and 1 seaman died daring the voyage. Sur. Supt. Dr. C. Camereu, R. N. The guard consists of 1 Serjeant & 88 rank & file of the 17th Eegt, with 5 women and 6 children,,,under the command of Ca.pt. Maophersoa and En . fii&teel. - *ailsp from Hobart Town. --?- OaMai.--ThebrigGENii,Gapt. Wells, *»&*& ', with part of Iwr' original cargo, . _id-&r»- Wells, passenger. -&n itfce 20th.— The ship Mary, Capt. Jamie son, for Lodoa,341 bales wool, by fi. Hop kins, 34 do. by Kemp fr Co., 12 do. by G. Graham, 52...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, AUGUST 23. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, AUGUST 93. 1830. ?? It ii the public duly ef a Journalist to (iirjiel delusion ; b»t is the ditrharga of thin duty lie mutt not expect to find Ins read perfectly fret from the arrow t of thus* wau an intcrotcd inpr«T«iitiMg(h* £gis of truth from «onfr»n(iuj and chsn f»t«f their power.' How very gratifying it must be to the true and trusty friends of Tasmania to find, that while our bclpved native land is laboring; under distresses almost innu merable,, aad with a revenue now vt-ry sensibly falling- off most lamentably, and while (tie distress, instead uf being1 only temporary, i§ continually increas ing with ?? f iaat strides,' we, tbe highly favorei Tasmaaian«, art continually ad vaneiag in prosperity, . and that we are chiefly in want of those very objects vritU which Britain euperabouiid*. In the fir-l place, we want men and women, no matter how poor, no matter how desti tute, provided they hare keen brought up to labour ; we do certainly receive a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

SAUBS BT AUCTION. BY MR. CHARLTON, At the Comwull Hotel, on Wednesday, the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock:— A BAY HORSE, CART, DRAT, WATER CAHT, and HAUNfiSS. The Horse is well known to be one of the best Saddle, Gig, or Draft Animals in the Colony. An Approved Bill at Three Months will lie taken in payment. BY MR. CHARLTON, Immediately after the above, A GENERAL Assortmeut of MER j\_ C1UND12E, to cloie Consignments.— Catalogues will be distributed ou the Day of Sale. Approved Bills to lit* Amount £10 and upwards, will be taken in payment. BY MR. CHARLTON, Immediately ofier the above, AM OST Superior 500-gallon Copper BOILER, with Pumps, &c, complete. This will be gold without reserve. Terras.— Prompt Payment. BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launceston Hotel, on Saturday next, 28th August, at 1 o'clock :— TWO Capital Draught HORSES, of the very best description, ono of which is perfectly quiet and safe, as a Saddle Horse. A MARE, heavy in Foal by the highly es teemed Flemish Horse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 August 1830

AGENCY OFFICE   H Tow«se»d Cottage. ?T-ERSC^S Laving Causes to enter IjT or dtti*-..- 1o the Court of Requests, ?will fiod flmt (He Undersigned will pay ?every attention tw their business at the fol Blowiitg sery . madpU %«res i — . ? . On all cases net-exceeding £3— Commis- ? (ion 6s. ? On all above that Sum— Ten percent. ? The above Office is open at all times to ?receive the causes for the aforesaid Court, Hand persons who have been in the habit of Spaying one-half will certainly find the Hterms moderate. ? Persons situate at Norfolk Plains, may ?capend upon their business being punctually Hand carenilly performed, for a trifling per ^Kenta?e above tha town prices, to cover ?horse hire and expcncei. ? JOHN FAWKNER, Junr. ?Angnst 21st, 1830. ? WANTED. ? A LABORING OTERSEER. to Hxm. look after a number of Assigned $erv Haats. He will be required to understand ?farming work, and to see that the man pei ^Bform a fair day's work each day, to continue ^?with them, and see ...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

AGllIClLTl'HAL REPORT JTOB BATHIUST. . Mr. EniTOBJ ' ' w Tin- weather during the last . month has been » very unfavorable lor tUe operations of the farmer, la and has been so wet that tlie plough has been w entii, ly slopped in low lauds, and that wlu'cli IS has been ploughed and ready lor the seed still I remains unsown IVnm the same cause. The I eariy wlieats and barley look yellow on tucst I low lands, and even in the dry sandy uplands it I begins to assume a brown tint, if the weather j «et in Ciic, it will sowi recover, as most of the - farmers take more pains in drawing the ridges and elc;min£ out the water furrows than former. : ly ; you may a.Uo remark the improvement in the ploii^hiiiji and sowing the. li^adauls with more care and neatness than formerly, it used to be ,eft without any attention being i-aid to it, all the length of the team and plough at each end was the feet of the bullocks, it of course retained most of the water that fell upon it, «ad beci*e a complete bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

I 1W *Qndon JMrect* I 'SMBl b$th, 300 tons burthen, Oli.iER I S .. a n', R. Nii CJohiniBuder.— This .vessel it I dai'T expected in the Tamar, suid will meet with iliuuncsiton, 28rd August, 1830. APjiUSON who has much time on hit* hands, and nho is conversant irith | mercantile. Scefrunts generally, wtmld be I jigppy to Board and Lodge with some Family I trbntpliis occasional daily serrices in tfaense I el the pen, &c, might be considered oijuiv I «leut to ?uch accommodation — would have I no objection to act as Tutor to a Family, de I voting a certaiu portion of time daily,' upon I similar terms* Respectable refeterence can I l)i- givpi). ? ? ? I Address to A. .S. M., .-at the Office of this I ? I IiOXDON HOUSE I ?T*Hi' Undersigned uau added to his I 1 Extensive Stock, the following GOODS., I by (lie laU- arrivals : — I Black and coloured bombazines I Lmlieb book ntusliu handkerchiefs I Diico cambric pocket do. ' I Gentlemen's jacouvt neck do. I A large assortment of ladies ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

LAUNCE8TON ADFERTISEB, MONDAY, AUGUST 3d, 1830. ' It it (lie public duty ef t Jcarnlitt to dispel deloi ioi : hot in tlit discli»rj« of this duly he muit not expect to find bit toad ixirfecll; free from the irrown of thole who are tuterested fa pri'i'tDtiag the JBpi of truth from cosfroBtiug and diwi* yttiuf their power.1 At this present moment we are pre paring; and dope t-- bare ready by next we^k, a correct and faithful account of the Exports and Imports for the last half vear. and we can so far assure our readers that it will be the most satisfac tory pro. *f of our rapidly increasing prosperity, which it is possible to pro duce, particularly' when our very limited population is taken into the account, added to which, that we are constantly dr lined of cash to be forwarded to Ho bart town, not only the surplu* revenue, b«- also that alt the various supplies have hitherto beon bought there which the Commissariat have required ; but we hope and trust that His Excellency will see t...

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