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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

SHIP^»&L NEWS* AltRfVED. On Wednesday,— The Government brie Tkinte Lkopolb, with stores, Passengeis ill. & Mrs. Guijm, and Mr. Kirk. Sailed. On the 2Ctb ? The brig Queen Chaulotte rnnJain Kcnnoldson, for Sydney, with 1,800 bushels wheat, shipped by Copt. Maughan, 10 bushels hay seeds, and 3 bales wool, by a Waller. 1 case DOtaloes. for Cenertl Dar ling by Captain Welsh, and sundry Roods re-exported. Passengers.— Jas. King., Esq., Joseph White, Joseph Stepheuson, and Mary Hunks. On Saturday— The schooner Fuiendship, Birhoid Frederick, Master, For Circular Iliad, with 16 half-chests tea, 7 chests do., 3 ! ackages do., 6 baskets tobacco, 6 bags of beans, 2 cases wine and saddlery, 4 cases of ?craw augurs, 2 pieces machioery, 2 casks Cioe.i, 11 cheeses, \ bag of coffee, 3 cart s wattle bark, 1 keg, 10 gallons brandy, 1 case wearing nuparre), 11 empty buckets, 4 half hides leather, 1 case mustard, 25 bags afKice, II tons flour and bran, I do., Pota toes, 150 Sheep, Shippe...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SELECT POETRY. POLITICAL PARODY OF THE WOODPECKER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

©jS&SSSff JP®JB3PlBTr« Political Parodt o* tiii Woobpe.kr. No more on baok-benches a durable to pine. . May VrSatbe from the lips-if it birth* .?»»?*. The Tarn. ™oh?mn blunder ' no more must be Mid. Here Brougham might look civil ,-heit Dennmn nugU H?™W frhi.rfoiti might look bone't.whil.;

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GAOL LAW IN LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

GAOL LAW IN LAUNCE5T0V. A person who contracted a large debt with me was arrested a short time back, and conveyed to gaol, while there it appears made some arrangement with his ether cred itors, and he also sent a man to inform me that he whhed me to come to see hin, in order to arrange with me* also, 1 In. conse quence went to the gaol, and was refused admittance by Beaiely the turnkey, or un der gaoler, as he said, by the jailer, Mr. Gough's orders, and this denial was made ill presence of Serjeant Coppeard ; the con sequence which has resulted from this, I am not yet able fully to estimate, but should the refusal of this jailor to let me into the gaol to see «y debtor, have been the meaus of precluding me from being made a party to any deed of settlement or toanj mortgage which secures the rest of the creditoru from luaa, llilo Juliet taiiuvl icuiuo If I u»e my best endeavours to compel him to pay for those losses he may hava occasioned to me. And I beg leave to lay this plain st...

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BRITISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

BRITISH NEWS. Mr. Glover, the celebrated artist, liMons thtt uuiaerous settlers who are still flocking from London to Swan River. Government has reduced 500 officers in the dork yards, whose salaries amounted, to £100,000 a year. ' SirGeo. Hill is appointed Governor of St. r'Mr? Maurice Fitwterali i» the new Vice Treasurer of Ireland At the late Warwickshire assnes, sentence of death was recorded ag«Ti-st aixiynlne uri^on'rs. Pe«er C«»yo, liq.» who wm etBVicltd «l| Rnnis assizes, of having wilfully burned Scotland iode1', his own residence, was hnogg edon i he 1st of Ai-ril. London Female Fashions for May.— Full dress.— The skirt is of blonde Gmne. ^The sleeves and flounce are richly v figured wilb white pattern, but the boBquetsVoTbroidereit abeve the deep flounce are in the. most - 1 -? I i cate shade of m hilesilk and variously tint -\ The fall round the bust- is ol French blon ':. The corsage of white satin, made plain u-,4 . tight to the shape both in the back und fro- i. The b...

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THE BATCHELORS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

THE BA.TCHELORS* BALL On Friday evening last, -he beauty and fashion of Lnuuceston assembled at the Cornwall Hotel, to enjoy that most pleasing, exhilarating, and healthful amusement, the joyous dance. The company assembled at the usual hour, and the Batchelurs spared no expense. nor did they flinch from exerting- all those various but pleasing attentions which altrract . the favorable regard of the softer sex. The mirth-inspiring aounds of soft melting music set every foot, nay, every heart beating in res ponsive harmony ; aud the preparations made by Mr. Ylackie were of that splen did description that our uliruble power? are incapable of duly estimating. The sweetmeats, jellies, &c, did great cre dit to Mrs. Mackie and her nble assist ant, and formed uo very trifling addition to i he tout ensemble. The wine?, li queurs, &c, were as u-ual of (he very best and choices! sort*, aud duly appre ciated by all present. We can only add, that frequent friendly meetings of th...

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PRICE CURRENT FOR WEEK ENDING AUGUST 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

PRICE CURRENT TOR WEEK ENDING AUGUST 281U. 'Wheat, pood extra cWn samples fit or Bakers, per bushel, Gf., do., cash, prices nominal, 4s. --d. do., fur goods, 5s, barl-y -is, to 4s lid, oats scarce 4s, to 4s. 6d, potatoes, per ton £b, mutton i-ei Ib., 4d, do., per 'carcase, 3 jd, beef per lb, 4d, pork per pound 6d, do,, per carcase, 5d, flour first per 100 lb, £1. Is. do., seconds 100 lbs, 16s. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, the 24lh.— A number of women, about 25 or 26, were brought before Mr. Lyttleton, charged with neglecting to attend church on the previous Sunday. The first three or four pleaded that their time was. occupied nursing children for their various mistresses, which prevented their attend ance, and after being order* d by Mr. Ly ttle* to» to attend or they would be otherwise dealt with, vrere discharged. Upon this Mr. J.W.Bel! rose and begged that they the women might not be discharged uetil they had paid a PEE for the issuing of the sum monses, adding that such fee had...

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BLACKWOOD'S PICTURE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

BLACKWOOD'S PICTURE OF ENGLAND. For four successive years, England has been scourged with continually increasing distress. During this long terra, not a single division of her Inhabitants has kHown pros perity for .vena moment! the property of fter agricultural, manufacturing, and trading classes, has been regularly wasting, and the wbe-s, of her labouring orders have been, with little exception, regularly declining, the Hale of things is now worse than it has over been since the commencement. After Josinc many hundreds of millions, the men of buVinmare-n the verge of general bank ruptcy, and ihf working classes are without afiufluiency of necessaries. This is wholly without example in modern history. Former fits of suffering were of short duration, they never seriously injured more Ihaiiunart of ihK population at the same mo ment ; and they were followed liy an enlarged measure of prosperity. Putting out of sight the effects of civil war, never before, in so shnn a period, did any ...

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

I BY .MR CHAKI,rO\, j le Cornwall Hotel, ou .Tuesday, the 31st ' Itnnt. at 12oVlock: ? CAPI TAL HORSE, well known l^oii'- of the beat in the Cluny, lor I; i.lv,e('art, a Dray, Water Can and m-ss, complete. |rmi.-Au Al'PROVED BILL at thie I'' I BY Mr. CHARITON, I injinrdia'H} ofier the above, h excellent BULLOCK CART, | quite new, and tnauula. lured oi the I materials, with English aims, and cast Iriu'st-An APPKOVED BILL at Three I1'-, ---u-^':' I BY Mr. CHUU.TON, ii-- ssrt^'dai, at the Uhari, at 2 o'clock triply, positively without reseiv, tilt K i ,-i,,s Articles, «X the BmTAitNIA, to I i. ? Freight :— ' , ' I irt). JBUftn.:€Qf P-B* .. BPiLE% I ot sujitjfior workmanship, miide up'n lipre.red principle ; also, i'at'iit pi - IFurre tumps, with sundry othur Good* lUlU'M'lUi iO lUlltillll liais.-BJiOMI'T PAYMENT. I BY Mr. CHARLTON, Wednesday next, tbe 1st September, at |o'-l«ck:— I NUMEROUS Aswrinientof Mer I chmidizf, ronsisiiiig of hi Iks, Prints, ?ins. anil a variety ©i Goods, Catal...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 August 1830

On Thursday last, a novel spectacle pssed through the town, a corpse was carried t the tomb, and the coffin was borne, not by men, not in a hearse, but upon the dismount- ed frame of a chaise, and was followed to the tomb by persons on horse-back with white hat-bands. We lament to say, that it was a promising child, of our respected Magis trate, James Cox, Esq. Elizabeth River, 28th August 1830 Sir, On Thursday last, the shepherds' hut of Samuel Hill, Esq., was robbed of every thing it contained, arms, ammunition, cloth- ing. &c., while the shepherds were absent with their flocks, strongly suspected to be   another instance of the friend y disposition of our poor, black, benighted n ighbours,   as Mr. Hill has on all occasions shewn them the utmost kindness, in food, clothing. &c.,   --this shews their gratitude, and I have no   d'oubt they would shew the same on all oc- casions when they can do it with impunity. Fe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

Mr. Editor ? It would be h.ighly useful were you or some of your able correspond ents to bring the subject of 'Qoit-Rbntu,1' more especially those on additional grants, under consideration. The time is fast ap proaching when settlers (I cannot call then vrotiritlortU will be called upon to par S per cent, ou the valuations of their grants ; it would require no great ability to shew that it U a tax far beyond what !& land can pay, iudeed, it is in plain SugHsh, renting the (and, aati tbat at a higher price thatmuy landed proprietor in England receives. So far as it r^pecti lhe, ordinal grant of a jflfe . tier, it might be said with much truth, that he was aware of the conditions on which he received it, and of coune was at full libertf to arcept of it or not, but it cones peculi arly bard en him who is already engaged in agricultural pursuits, his whole is at stake, and if he withes to succeed he must pursue it with uninterrupted perseverance. When he has improved his origina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, At (he Launceston Hetal, on Tuesday, the 7th Spptcmber, at 12 o'clock, A QUANTITY of most superior LEATHER (vVintle's), ever offered to the Public, consisting of:— Kip Sole Kangaroo skins (dressed) Ditto superior grained do. Bazils ALSO :— Amiety of Articles too numerous to mention. BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, At iheLauncestoB Hotel, on Thurdoy next, the 9i h instant, «t 12 o'clock:— ' O i k CA SES of very superior F reach ^v CLARhiT, and a variety of Articles too numerous to mention. PROMPT PAYMENT. BY MR. RICHARD WRITE, At (he Launceston Hotel, on Thursday, the 23rd of September :— 4 C HO ICE floek of tame C A TTLE, J\ of about 140 head, consisting chiefly of quiet MILCH COWS, WORKING BUL LOCKf, STEERS, &c. The Milking Cows arc of (he very best kind, and so very tame find docile, that they will » »nd place tlicmtclves in the bale to be milked. TEH MS :— Atl Purchasers under £iO cash d'« n ; above that sum Good Bills at 6 and ]'l months. La...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

[?] No arrivals or dppartares here this week. VESSELS IN THE HARBOUU. BrigBiiiTANMA. Arkivem in Hobart Town. On Saturday,-The brig Lion, Capt. M'Leod, from Launceston, with a cargo of oats, wheat,. hay. barky, maize, flour, hides, sibps, etc. Passengers,— Mrs. M'Leod, and Eliza Jenes. W. Wilson, agent. On Thursday,— The Govt. cutter Charlotte, from Maria Island, w ith a Corporal of the 63rd, Re^t. wifefc 2 children, S male & 1 female prisoners. Sailed from Hobaiit Town. On the 31st ult.— The brig Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, Tor Launceslon, with a general cargo, Prfssengprs,— Wm. Bourke, CatherintBourke, & 2 children, & James Day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

Subscribers to the l'-'»-et'tSni/i nTnZmi mpectfully informed, Aat »» F'ZMI will be charged for this paper np »']?: expiration, of. the passing l^\J*WE. that all notices to discontinue ?^'?gB11 companied vfjth alt the rain, « »« paper will be Unt and ckargidfiraaam fully paid. ««,««*? the Quarter Days«-*-Set»temberW»»^« cember 31st, March Slst, andJua«30»,™ , respectively. ?tM\i^tVt The Terms are as follow :-$«' '''?[}, ll t J ?-' in advance 10s. ; if Pa!d«ttb*heonJSftrB Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who P«f WH inserting their Advertisements 3 !*?';? times, will be entitled to 2 ''^ffi ? .tU; for the first 8 Jmes Si. 6-»-j 'a R| ? each line respectively beyond8,hecri«, is 3d. per line; to f «iota'lbjK£ «' the first 8 lines, eni Sd, per Jlaewiws above that number. *o9»»- AU manuscript Advertisement^ i wrtl» ^ tinned until «»«.'»»rmaBdBd. ««P^, ? AirlZ'tisement. ft-J^jgi ? mult be paid for ^^^'ZS^M All orders to discontinue /JwffijjB must be giveu on Saturdays, «? ^ .1 ? ? turn [?]

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We acknowledge the receipt of ' Antriba blts' letter on Wednesday last, and we beg to assure him that VVindsor would only consider his good advice about working to keep his wife and large family of children, instead of gambling, as: so much good ad* vice thrown away ; as for hi* change of religion, the Roman Catholic is a very geod one, no doubt, and be is a member that we opine the Church of England will not much regret the Uss of, -nor will the infallible church gain much credit by.

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LIFE OF A MIDSHIPMAN [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

LIFa OF A. MIDSQIPIUM B The Mhmng is the gcconnt.of fa iilu, ? which terniin.ai« -the: PMaJ VeTr^H yauthful adwnturer, aDd.confi™ £?? position to repentance already com*.! .I'M It should bo added by the wUT,T*H supposed tp hawundutifujiy pe^AtB lowing an idle and vague iudin&tinn i '|l^B sailor's life, In ?ppoffiion to tb, &» a widowed mother, whose every hsMidH affection w*re centred in her enlf i0B . °»H fete of the ?«». anil thwc tr^i no jaitaiion ..r JLf i-llu^B prevent fain writing with tie gn,»tH W fcei!ft*M iua» iu.bint. Iheueistneer retumwf 'p!»'etf fji*;B by one or two ottbt oBcen : tot boMewain «£,. [, !™!**!^B and t.« «kT to wiiidwanf W.J «? M^k .SSaSrlT&H was .just sealing a letter te l.i* ikotler. fce 'latdkl?H Frank, and requested bim to take chun orjt&Mi ^^1 tain'. clerk, wl.o would tmUmAt intTe^cki &SM FmnUhrait it wt-lji* knW. ''4%eea^li^^H ' In some parts «f the MidMrtuai tfcm i» ? »^H times, to bt apprehended tuo^iUul^ltDtVo...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

SYDNEY NEWS. (From tht Auttraltun and )l*ntter.) It is reported correctly, that orders hava been received by ihe Government lately, to break up the Lumber Yard, and the whole of the gangs, asaarly S| cifcumsjftnc*! will permit, and distribute them among the Bet tiers ; and Government work in future it to be done bu contract* The ship Roalyn CattU has obtained a new mainmast formed of the hard wood of this Col ony ; we ara informed that this is the first ia stance of a vessel of her size having her maiu mast formed of Colonial hardwood. Our servant was at Mr. Langdon'f shop this morning, in George Street, the carcass salt-beef ana retail saeat warehouse, and it wasfull of people. Among the rest, captains of ships, one of whom ordered 30 barrels of beef for his vessel. This looks well. VVo have long suspected, that like exportiug to bacco, exporting beef need not be thought of, till all the shippiag of New South Wales are supplied with Colonial Salt meat.— ilfun- Utr. The men on board...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

SYDNEY NEWS. The local fowehs are coining somewhat ijtoour -views, we find, respecting contracts. Tlie Mrifls ol Sydney, according to Public Noiire of yesterday, are now to be repaired by contract. This practice is a truly benefic ial oik' ; and for thai reason we desire few things mere heartily, than to find it exten sively followed up, so as to supersede alto gether the current . practice ef supporting useless government establishments, at twice the expense, though without ft tithe of the profit to the community that would accrue from giving individuals of skill add enterprise, and industry, a fair chance to fulfil public ? works on liberal and remunerating terms. Yesterday se'nniglit was the opening day of st veral tenders to perform certain repairs in the Sydney Goal, by contract. We would wish to«ee thissaluUry practice followed by the abandonment of Government Lumber yurdsend D6:k Yards, and Government Plan tationo of every kind, -within one hundred and fifty miles t»f Sydney....

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APOPHTHEGMS. MAXIMS. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

APOPHTHEGMS. MAXIMS. &c. Avoid law-suits ; they are fires which men have much ado to extinguish when once kindled. It is a great act of life to know hov to sell air ;— that is, to take advantage by giving good words. Beware of attering bitinr jests ; the more they contain the greater wounds they give, the greater smarts they cause, aud the great er scars they leave behind them. If thou shouldest have the misfortone to be obliged to beg pardon ,de it quickly, to avoid the blame of obstinacy. There is as muck -difference between u$ and cuntlyet, as between ?» and other*. Contradict not, to -vex others ; it shows an ill temper, and provokes most persons, but profits uobody. ' ' Always take the most pfrasant' view of a dabious event ; at least, aide with hopes ; for, why should we call iu -supernumerary ills, antedate those sufferings which we shall to* so»n undergo, arid destroy the happiness of the present tine, with superficial views of futurity. If ttfOH hast knowledge, let ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

Hb the Supreme court of* BY an ,DI«nc»'8 Land. C fc/l/HEREAS, John Peevor.a pris ?TT «n«r m his. Majesty's Gaul at Hobart L,,, djdoutba twenty fourth, day of August KtU'4,. bj petition in writW, apply to tiiis Kourt, praying Jtliat be may be declared insolvent Kcdthfct hi* effects way be distributed fortUe Keuofit of bit ci*ditors, and Mint be may upon ?urrendep^g %i »fttWv*-5 1«#ciia»'ged from such mniammmv^m^is to «« pruviMous of the Kci »f Couirtat^mitH « An Act for tii relief of Kerlain Insolvent Debtors,' awl the said John ??eevordid on tbetwenty-l'ourui day of August Kstont present to ibis Court & schedule pursuant K the provisions of ttie same Act, and the petiti Hnajtd schedule are uow filed in this Court,— -It K ordered, that Monday the twentieth day o; September oe*t, al tae Court house, Hobarl ?own, at tight o'clock of. the forenoon, be, and ?be some are hereby -appointed to be, die day Had place lor the iieanng nf the matters of tlie Ktid petiflaujr- And jtis lur...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 September 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER, SEPTEMBER 6, 1830. ' It ii the public duty oft Journalist to dispel Jtlution ; but in the diichargs of this duty he must Dot expect to find hit raw) perfectly fret from (lie arrows ef those wliu are interested 'm preventing the TEpt of truth from confronting and disti patinr theirfpower.' We have with great pain beheld a number of our most respectable mer chants and dealers fined for an al leged breach of an act of council, termed the Permit Act ; and therefore in order to guard the Public from the tricks of all those who may choose to turn or continue 'Informers' upon their ignorant or incautious neighbours, we here re-publish the 9th, 10th, and 11th sections of the above act, which are the parts that most materially concern all the publicans and spirit dealers ; we also add the 13th section, as a guide to any person who may be called up at any time for a real or supposed breach of this. act... ......       IX.— AND be i...

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