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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 August 1829

SALE BY AUCTION, BY JOt. J. C. VNDEHWOOD, ( At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Monday next, the I7tb mutant, at 12 o'clock, WIIHOUT RESERVE, THE following Excellent FURNITURE, con .¡«ting of: One Jet bwidiome mahogouy dining Ubica Two Rynbooka aida tablea One «>»e wood sofa table One «Ve« tanto' a One pair rose wood card tablet One cedar wardrobe One rose wood sofa Twelve roy handsome mahogonj obaSri One pair rote wood Ire toreen* Painted blue chair» Braal fender« Brussels carpet«, hearth rag«, Children'« chi «t of drawer«, wine prêt» Cut glass oandle«ticke, plated do. Silver table, desert, tea, and tait »poona Plated forks and te* «poon« Desert service, dünner du. white gold edge Finger, aley pine, apd liquof glataea Cat pint deeanter» tin dish cover» Kitchen drester, kitchen table Bottle rack And a variety of other utefal artice«. Ac. Are. Tbe attora a»ay be viewed at the Auction Mart. SALE BY AUCTION, BY MK. J. O UNDEItWoUD, At tbe Royal Exchange A action Mart, on Tuesday,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 August 1829

IS DAY CONTAINS.. NOTICE. [No. 104.] Office, August 12,1821*. 'eetlom'have been gi anted ' ïe*d persons ;- l Sklmouth; Joseph Back, mith, 513. Competitor ; Jo oscph Foi llf alias Freer, Hey, 2bS, Albion ; Joseph rgc Meadow croft, (¡26, Medi I, Commodoie Hayes, xcellcncy's Commnml, ,. J. lillRNETT. Sheriff's Office, Avg. G, 1829. In the Supreme Conrt, Yoting v. Reid. O'Fenall v. same. Gellibrand & anr. v. same. Young v. same Se anr. 0« Tnenday the 18tb insi: at 1*2 o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by public auction, on the premises of, the defendant at Greenhill, Macquarie river, EIGHT woi king bullock«, 2 cows, 1 steer, I calf, 7 pigs, 3 ploughs, 1 set ol lim io«.s, 2 bullock carts, bows, yokes and chains, cast iron wheels for a thrilling machine, a quantity of wheat, ditto of barley , ditto of oats, (all thraih'ed) 2 macks of hny, a quantity'of farming implements, I pair steel yards, a quantity of books, set of blacksmith'» and cooper's tools, blacksmit...

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Cargo of the Orelia for Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 15 August 1829

Cargo of the Orelia for Swan River.   7000 peices of sawed timber, 513 bundles and 27,900 shingles, 63100 bricks, 2 frames of houses, 44 puncheons rum hhds rum, IO hhda. brandy, 12. hhdj.-colonia beer, 14 casks wine 120 boxes soap, 53 bags salt. 182 bass Hcnsks potatoes, 17 hams, 17 sides of bacon, 17 oasks beef, 100 baskets tobac- co, 185 sacks IO casks flour, 20 sncks wheat, 3 crates crockery, 24 iron bows, 8 iron cranks 2 pairs harrows complete, 12 yokes, 24 firelocks, 6 stream anchors, 9 .chain cable«, 4 hawser pipes, l8 chain hooks, 4 anchor slocks. 3 chain stopper», 17 bullocks / and cow«, 3 horses, 127 sheVp. 16 ash oars, 15 win- dow sashes,! door. 1 steel mill co-nplele, 35 oasks blacking, ana a quantity of bran, barley, oats, hny, &c. as stores for the live stock. I The Wanstead fell in, on the 19th March on her voyage to London in lat. 29. long. 39. with a priva- teer or pirate. She was a very long low vessel, of great beam, with a tier of painted port...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

TO CAPITALISTS. AK eligible opportunity presents itself of invest- ing capital in the purchase nf the following very valuable property, situate in Macquaries street, namely, An excellent commodious two storj brick built House, with conch house, «table, large ysrd and gar- den, forming the corner allotment in Macquarie and Argyle street, and let on lease to Mr. Lewis, at a rent of 2501. per annuls. An excellent Wo storey stone built house and store, adjoining Mr. Lewis's, and now in the occupation of Mr. Kerr. Also, A large two story brick built house, adjoining the above, containing i'2 rooms, will» good back yard and stabling for 3 horses» 'Hie shore will be sold together or separately by ^ private contract, either for catii or approved bills, al soch dates as may he agreed i;n. Further particulars may be known on application to Mr. Kerr, Macquarie street. Hobart town. Aunn«' IO. 1829. 1 '- ? ? ' ' *" ? ' jil t BANK OF VAN DIDMEN'S LAND, AT a General Meeting of the Proprietors of B...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

HIE HOBART TOWN BOOK SOCIETY. THE Magazines and Reviews for January, February   and March have arrived by the Lion.   J AMES ROSS, Librarian. DFRWENT STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE proprietors of Shares in this Company, who have already paid the amount of the first   Instalment, are requested to meet at the office of R.   Pitcairn, solicitor in Davey street, on Monday the 31st   instant, at noon precisely. WANTED. Two or three good Carpenters. Apply to Jackson and Addison. Elizabeth-street.                       WANTED,   TWO Free or Ticket of I eave Men who understand   Farming. Apply at Compton Ferry.   WANTED. AN Overseer to take charge of an extensive Cattle Establishment, at Break o'day plains.   Any free emigrant from Engl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

IMPOUNDED, AT Woodland park. Eastern Marshes, 1 mouse coloured cow, branded IC on the left rump, IP on the right rump, lins a calf at her feet, no brand. 1 grey cow, branded with a heart on the right rump, a piece out of the front of left ear, a notch m the back of the right ear, has a calf at her feet, no brand. 1 mottled bull, notch in the front of the left ear, no brand. 1 ginger working bullock, branded B1 on the left rump. 1 dark brown steer, branded TR on the left rump. If not claimed and expenses paid within 21 days from this date, they will be sold to defray the   expenses. JOHN EARLE. Woodland park, July 22, 1829. Poundkeeper. IMPOUNDED at the River Plenty, New Norfolk, 2 dark brown steers, white belly, branded EL, I black and white heifer, branded LB on the neu hip, 1 black and white cow, branded SS near hip, 1 ginger heifer, branded SP near tump, 1 brindle heifer ¡?dite back, branded SP or SS off rump, 1 heifer, black sides, white back and belly, branded SP o...

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MORE GHOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

MORE GHOSTS. We had fondly hoped that with the exception of the rum ghost which we encountered lately in the cot- tage at New Norfork, these new colonies were free   from those creations of the brain and phantoms of superstition. But if we can put faith in the following, the very ground on which our Sydney neighbours head, teems with spectres of the most horrible kind. The ghastliest apparition I have met with for a long time, is the Elle-Maid of the Germans, of which you read an account in the fairy work above mentioned. She comes in the likeness of a beautiful creature, and tries to entice you to her love ; but you may know she is an Elle-Maid, by two ways, either by making the sign of the cross, upon which she vanishes ; or by trying to see her back, which induces her obstinately to keep fronting you ; for the fact is, she has no back, She is all hollow behind, like a dough-trough ! Ima- gine this sort of a whole length mask of a beauty, smiling and alluring,---a liv...

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MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, The New Monthly Magazine, and these Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, Th'ctfriPlflbrilhhj Magasine, and these Colonies.' The very remote and isolated situation of these colonies, to which we have to attribute their original establishment as penal settlements, brings with it also     ' whip serious evils, which all the efforts of our little   Courier press are scarcely sufficient to remove.     Among the mischiefs to which our heads are thus sub-. ; jected are those arising from the misrepresentations of     ignorant persons, who are constantly writing home the'crude suggestions of their prejudiced minds - to- gether with the false and incorrect pictures drawn by such writers- as Mr. Widowson, and others. Eyen   the new.grand pniionma of Sydney, now exhibiting " in London, however correct as n landscape, is oaten ted, in no sntall degree to increase this deception. Tile beauty of the scenery, nnd the decently elad per HitiMifproi...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1829. Sailed on Wednesday, the 19th ¡mt. the bark Py- ramus, Capt. Elder, for London, with 41 bales wool, 145 pieces blue gum, 1300 treenails, 186 bales flax, 21 casks seal skins, 27 cwt mimosa bark, 15 tons pig iron. 203 pieces cedar, and 27 casks hides, ship- ped at Sidney, besides the following shipped at Ho- bart town, viz — 270 bales wool, 39 casks whale oil, 10 bundles whalebone, 1 cask seal skins, 1 box curiosities, 2 boxes seeds, 1 parcel bird's skins, 1 case kangaroo skins, and sundry small packages. Passengers, Dr. Kay, R.N. Lieut. Vachell, Royal   staff corps, Mrs. Jackson, and Ellen Norton. Cleared out the ship Georgiana, Capt. Thompson, for Bombay, with a detachment of the 40th regiment, consisting of Capt. Butler, late Commandant at Mac- quarie harbour, Lieut. Stanford, lady and child,   Lieut. Slade, Ensign White, Quarter Master Hales, lady and family, Dr. Spence, 200 rank and file. 25 women and 5...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 22 August 1829

W' THIS DAY   GOVERMENT NOTICE. [No.166.] Secretarary's Office, August 19,1829. CERTIFICATES of Freedom have been granted mentioned persons :-   ",-i, Lord Sidmouth ; William El- rley,(4) ; John Webber, 537, Albion ; 17, Atlas, (3) ; James Jackson, 217. By His Excellency 's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMEN I' NOTICE. [No, 165.] Colonial Secretary's Office, August 19, 1829. "ILLIAM WARD, 88, (per Roslin Castle), , * v who, on the recent burglary at the bouse of his master, D. Made* d, Esq. ofCla^gsn, wis com \ 'pe/led lo join the parly of armed rnnau ays, on their having the premises, having promptly effected his . e»c»pe from them and given information of their pro .erdimrs, lias been placed in the Fit Id Police, that lie may thereby more speedily attain that indulgí nee to winch * continuance of the good conduct be has al- ready evinced will entitle bim., By command of His Excellency. J. Bl'RNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. -67.] Colonial Secretary's Office. Au...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

IMPOUNDED, AT Wincanton, Prosser'» river, I grey spotted cow, curled horns, 1VV near rump, 1 \M"n black sided con IM near thigh, I black aid^d large bull calf, notch left ear, no brand, 1 grey cow, g|i0n horned, notch out back left enr. brauel near ihicji ii. legible, I black cow, short mund horns, broun stripe on the bick, RM near thigh, I young blaok and wliitfi sleer, notch out of the front of left ear, RM near thigh, 1 grry calf, no brand, 1 old dark dun co«, left horn curled doun to the eje, RM tiearhip, \ brown »nd white jonngcuw, notch out both mes, (op left ofl'C near rump, JW near thigh, I black heifer left enr slit and tipped, 1W near thigh, 1 small da k brown cow, small burns, left ear tippt d, while biea«t near shoulder IW, 1 dark brown cow, top of tail white near hip, RM ufl' llitgh, I black steer, tip off tai! wlii'e, right enr tipped, M near thigh, 1 sin-ill light grey cow, WC near thigh, I magpie bull calf, It near rump, 1 small black oow, right e ar «slit. 1 \I near...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

FOR SALE. ON the New town road, a well finished House in good repair. Apply to Mr. G. Langfwrd. Elizabeth street, August 5, IS'iO. TO.BE LET, FOR inch terras as hi a 5 be agreed opon, a roomy SHOP, parlour* bcd-roo.*,» and Bit<?rrïw,'«iih iliense of a good yard. These premises aie situated io the most central part of Eli»;»betli street. Apply to ' B. M'GUIBE August 23,1820. WANTED TO RENT. FOR n terra of years, «¡thin . moderate distance of Hobart town, an extensive arable Farm. Persons having sorli Indispose of «ill piense to send paitieular» of the extent, the number of acres culti- vated, rent, &c. to the Courier Office, which will be immediately attended to. STRAYED, on the farm of the undersigned, at Glenarchy, a black workine bullock, with it white belly and no brand. The owtrer may have him hy proving (lit property,,' paying the expenses, aud applying to MICHAEL WADE, Glenarchy, Aug. 25,1829. TO BE SOLD. ONE of the finest imported BULLS in this island, brou...

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ST. DAVID'S CHURCH, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

ST* DAVID'S CHURCH, HOBART TOWN. -000 - I have been repeatedly usked to declare my own Individual, unbiassed sentiment» willi rtgard lo Ihr Catholic relief bill. I candidly confess that I fr»l myself much flattered in beingthus ca led upon to give an opinion on a nutter of so muih national import- ance, and now thal the bill has passed, and forms part of the law of the land, the declaration of roy particu- lar judgment, hitherto »o cautiously withheld may not be without its weight. When Messrs. Ogle, Duncan, and Cochrane, the great London booksellers, turned their attention lo traffic in theological works, they published a splendid catalogue with a beautiful won I cot frontispiece of the Church of England, founded on a rock and erowned with a laurel wreath signifying . eeelesi» triumpbans.' And this they did because being them selves dissenters in the deepest degree of stcrssiein, tiley were desirous to obtain Hie favour of the ortho- dox clergymen, oa whose custom they mainly depen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

J& ,W. ROIIERTSON late of the Elisabeth s River, most respectfully beg 'eave to ititi matt' to their friends and the public of Tasmania, that they have just nprned that H6t\ and commodious Ware boose in E'iznhelh street, next to the establishment of Mr. Swan, with an extensive and elegant nssurtineiit of Mert-liandize of which the following Articles may be considered an outline : Superfine clo'h of m'lirly all qualities and colours Coréis and stupes of nil kinds for waistcoating and trowseis Ready mide clothes and slops of all sorts and qualities . Woollen and linen drapery, millinery, and ha- berdashery in the greatest variety A superior assortment of silks und ribbons of all colours, and the most fatthioiiitble patterns for Indie«' dresses Plain and figured parasol» Side nnd back nonius i» -Be^t-WHtfíprpufj¿en.yt¿men1$ liais and »ilk glar.ed' bunting caps * ----- --, A select assortment of the very best quality of Britannia metal tea and coffui» pots, to which inspection i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

ITA INS. [No. 171.] 1,1829. lie articles Dance and it depart flat foil and rby the Go 3'irected it to Tn future be ap fa the pxesoribed "For what purpose required," "Cause of demand, or other remarks,"   "Number or quantity remaining,"   be accurately filled up, opposite to each particular ar- ticle required.   By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 172.} Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 24, 1829. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap prove of the following official arrangement till the pleasure of the Right Honourable the Secre- tary of State be known. W. H. Hamilton, Esq. to be Collector of Internal Revenue and a Member of the Land Board, vice Ed ward Dumaresq, Esq. Edward Dumaresq, Esq. to be Police Magistrate and Coroner at New Norfolk, vice W. H. Hamilton, Esq. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 175.] Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 26, 1829. CERTIFICATE of ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 29 August 1829

THE HOBART- TOWN COURIER.       SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1829. Arrived on Tuesday the 25th inst. the brig Ionia. 226 tons, Capt. L. Buck, from Svdney 17th August. Passengers Mr. Sharpe, Mr. Uhr, Mr. Chapman, Miss A. Doyle, Miss M. Doyle, and Miss M. King. Messrs. Wilson, Aikin and Coxwain. The sloop Margaret sailed on Wednesday the 26th, I with a variety of goods, for Launceston' The Alice returner' on Sunday from Swan port, where she has taken cm board a large quantity of oil and mimosa bark. She will now complete her cargo, and is expected to sail for London in a week or len davs. The Orelia having discharged some heavy frright on Saturday last, and taken on board some hay for the live stock, again set sail under ptosperous gale« for the new settlement al Swan river. Vessels in the Harbour-Ships, Lady Harewood and Epheniina. Balks - Dénmaik Hill and Alice. Brigs-Lion and Ionia. Government brig. Tamar. 'I he schooner Resolution sailed from Launces...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 September 1829

:L (If MECHANICS' INSTITUTION-^ Oji Tuesday evening an interesting lectare, intro Vvolory lo a coursa on Chemistry and Agriculture, was delivered in the Court of Request's room, b3' Dr! Turnbull, to n very numerous and hiphly reapect aiiie audience. It would be impossible williiu the li- mits of our p8per to give more than a bare outline "f tin's eloquent discourse, which lasted upwards of an hour. We prefer rathei lo give sume passnges more at length, as being a better means of enabling those renders who were not present to judge of the merits bViho whole. Speaking of the connexion of chemis- try'with agriculture, Dr. Turnbull observed : ."But perhaps none of the relations of chrmistry are more important than it's influence upon almost every detail of practical agriculture, The vegetable kingdom is endued with a power of assimilation in some of its properties, not unlike the vitality of ani- mals. It has its respiratory, its alimentary, its di grstive organs, The analogy certainly ...

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PHRENOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 September 1829

,,,. frÄttBNOLOQr. , ton treatise on phrenology, recently published by Oír. Epps, we find the following illustration of the dif- ference between outward and inward morality. As an action may arise, from different motives, it ¡i evident that a distinction of morality into- outward and inward is justifiable. By outward morality is meant that arising from the activity of the animal feelings, whereas inward is that originating in the activity 0f the moral feelings enlightened by the intellect. To illustrate:-A dog»passes the butcher's stand, the ani- mal is hungry, sees some meat, his Acquisitiveness becomes active and^ he seizes it. Such an action viewed relatively is immoral. The animal is caught and receives a severe punishment. The punishment excites the dog's Cautiousness, and on passing the shvp a second time, though equally hungry, he avoids touching what is not his own. Here the dog is out- wardly moral, but having no sense of the impropriety of stealing the animal cannot be sai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 September 1829

OF Tiff S DAY CONTAINS. I' NOTICE. (No. 180 ) Co retsrv's Office, Sept. 2, I8S9 public- service the uridermen JJ ESTABLISHMENT. ling . . 40 yardi, imbers (white) . £4 ^^^^Jfinwct EstabUslanent.) > Warp. A in. (English) -t 1 coil. Rope S in. do. . 1 A do. Do. 2* do. do. . . . 6 do. Do. 2"in. do. . * . do, l)o. 1* in. do. . . 6 do. Do. 1 m. do. » . . 6 do. Ships' blorks, 0 in. double (bushed) S Do. 0 do. do. . . 6 Do. 6 single do, . .0 Do. 6 do. do. . fi Do. 4 d'<. do. 0 Canvas No. 4, English . 0 > Do 5, do. , . . 0 foo. 6 do. "0 Mariner's compass . ' Sheet lead, (light) . 10 fiwt. Sailmaker'a palms . , 24 Black paint . . . »241b. Pitch . . . ft casks. Iron teakettles (large) i t Tio. saucepans do. ; .' S D'>. pot do. * ' 1 Tailor's needles . . 1000 < ffnrft buttons ('dead eyes) . 15 grnst Unbleached caliou . 120 yards. Broad white tape . . 24 pieces Tenders sealed and endowed, "Tenders for Stores'* with the prices stated in words at length, will b« re- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 September 1829

J& W. ROBERTSON late of the Elizabeth 9 River, uiost respectfully beg leave to inti- mate to their friends noil (he public of Tasmania, that die)'have just ogened that new and commodious Ware lionse in Elizabeth street, next to the establishment of Jlr. Swan, with an extensive and elegant assortment ^Merchandize of «hieb the following Arlioles ma; be considered an outline : Superfine cloth of nearly all qualities and colours Cords anti stripes of all kinds for waistooaling and Irowsers Beady made clothes and slops of all sorts and qualities Woollen and linen drapery, millinery, and ha- berdashery in the greatest variety A superior assortment of bilks and ribbons of all colours and the most fashionable patterns for ladies' dresses Plain and figured parasols Side »nd back combs Beat waterproof gentlemen's bats and silk glazed limiting caps A select assortment of the very best quality of Britannia metal tea and cortee pots, to which inspection is requested A general assortment ...

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