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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

©sap Mm* sf Ewa. No arrivals or departures this week. Versus remaining in the Harbour. Brig Elizabeth ; schooner Friendship. AllKIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On the 19th —The Govt. cutter Charlotte, from I'ort A'thur, with fire wood. On (h-- 22d.- The ship Lang, Capt. Sutbcr. Inn.;. I'mm London lhp 15th.. and the Downs th. !7ih May, with a genera] cargo of merchandize. Passengers Tor this place.— The Kev. Mr. Drought, Mrs. Gray and 2 children, Rev. Mr. Miller, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Jackson, Messrs. Lumley, Wickham, Dawe & Wittaker, Mr. & Mrs. Turner & son, Mr. & Mrs. M'Vicker, Mr. & Mrs. Hodgkinsen, 2 Misses Hodgkinion, Mr. J. Hodgkinson & 3 children, Mr. & Mr«. Sadg/aves, Mr. Jolly, Mr. U. Dowling, MissDowlmg, Messrs. S. Anderson, J. Drnham, J. Gordon, C. Husl.y, T. SpeBCtr, S. Bt?ll, G. Chiver, & B. Townsend; for Sydney,— Mr. Smith, Mrs. liobinson & 2 childrcn,Jfhos. Laugblon, and Win. Gihbons. On the 23d,— The transport ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

I PUBTAC NOTICE. AT the Coun-hnus Launceston, ??- PUBLIC MEISTING will be iii,'!Bhed[ on Wednesday next, atone o'clo. k. i' (,Bp. M., in order to ensure n sufficient numhei ic-etBof VOLUNTEERS, residents in Launcesrou. anvMto perform lh. duty of a TOWN GUAKD, in liialcese the Lieutenant Governor may find it ace.1 necessBry to employ the military in pursuit miB of the Aborigines ; and such town residents ceSss may, from any unavoidable cause be pre nut| vented from attending, can send in the offer n|,)B of their services by some person who ran -o)l,H attend. It is expected that every person Wfl wilt feel an interest in the present meetim;, ie s,B it being of the greatest importance to the ttyHwiole community. ?shtBLauuceston, liin,H September 25th, 1830. '»«!?' hontB commercial Tavern. lirlfl (.LaU the i'hip /«-,.) w«illf|lH£ Undersigned begs leave most '^l M- respectfully to acquaint Iris Fr'endt ^''/?jnd the public, jhai he has been lavouted Q r*Mwith a licence for the above Tavern...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

? '^ AGRICULTURE. Tbb following observations, by M. Albert, relative Io the renewal of seed, are taken from the Jrrhiv der Teittsrlien Landairllu. It is generally believed among agriculturists, that the transport of seeds from one place to another, has a great influence, not only upon the quantity, but upon the quality, of thf produce ; and that certaiu noils are- better calculated lor the culture of different plants than others. For (his reason every country in Europe dr. i ws its flaxseed from Riga; and in some parts of Germany, oats, are brought j.u«tni-MFnlii in iturtuin VlllnfTUG- M. Alhpft has scrupulously examined the different opin ions upon these subjects, and has come to the following conclusions. He has found it most advantageous to take the seed from the places where the mother plant had ac quirer1 the mest perfect development. Thus, the be-t way is to sow corn upon a clay soil rather than upon a sandy one, as the grains are larger and weigh more. He says, that as the te...

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SELECT POETRY. "To FANNY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

eiib'jNBff jpajwav* ' To Fahkt. ? O»7 bemj. bora U flutter' — S*Lli «L«. I«thi«yoorfeitli. thrn. Fumnf! Wlml. toibaHvirtieTerjfluu. I rathe one. tb«u. but uf uanj. Nolof aisnjbuttht»K» Last night you smiled on all. uajaa. Thai auprared is nr.arlrt dm* ; A. your lteiimeuta'Bttll. uaaB. Looked a little like a mem. 1 thought that of tb« logen. v (Ai-tlieBciit.;»»»y one might «». Aud that 1. iligbt tmigu nog«i, Wus Hie choten man aad true. Bits blood, your eye wu baaf Witu that 'atninaffin mob: — Culoael Buddrl. ColoDel DisaT. Aatl Iji«ut«uaoUcolaurl Cobb. Ocueralioblin. Qeieral Jodkit Cuixuelt Krllj Felly, will, Muiorn Sturgeon. Trufflf. Bodkil. A»-1 ih. -Juart«r-mMt» 6mita. Major Powder urn. Major UowdruB, Ma,ur Chowdrum. Major Bl*. Cayuia Tawuey, Cutaia Fawner ? CnjiUun Any-oiw-— but I . Deuce take it. wh»« the regimert You to nrai.ed. I only thought That you loted it io abridfatal ; But I dow am better taught 1 wrnt . a* litrfrg m»n son. V* adinin1 tkcp in i)aadrilles ; B-n Fan. you...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

A public meeting being aboui io take place to ascertain (he number of inhabitants vboy at this most important crisis, are will ing t« step forward in the service of their King, their neighbour, and their adopted country, we fondly anticipate thai a number fully sufficient for the occasion will willingly and manfully devote a part of their time to this mo-t useful purpose, particularly when they consider the va*t difference between lilt? ioiit;urc auu r Afjusuic: ui must; wi Llltril friends, neighbours, and acquaintance, who undertake to pursue the natives in the bush, subject to all the inclemency of the weather, as compared to the duty which will lie re quired of those who devote a portion of their very va'ualile time to the public as VOL UNl'EEii- t« watch over and guard the town. We do, (and as we are given to un derstand, the Government)! fully expect that a sufficient number of respectable inhab itants will offer their services, to enable the greater part, if not the whole of t...

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CAMPBELL TOWN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

CAMPBELL TOWN DISTRICT. William Broad. Foxbunter's Return, Camp bell Town. Gavin Hogg, Campbell Town Inn.

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OUT OF LAUNCESTON, BUT IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

Out or Launceston, but in the District. Edward Bailey, Horse & Jockey, Sand Hills. William Smitb, Hose, Landfall, U. Tamar. Joseph James, George-town Inn, George-town. Thomas W. Massey, ? , Benlomoud.

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A TURKISH HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

A TLKhl£H HOTEL. THE following description oi a iurldsh hotel, immediately after tbe expulsion oi tn - ja issa ries, is t&he.u .mm a work o, M. Fontamer, wuo lately gave an account ol' his travels in P-Tsia, Georgia, aud 1 uitey, to tue Uoyal Aoadciny oi' Scenes at farig. From M. F.^.Uuiec'i ctatement it would seem tuat tUe Tui kisu iuil kee,/e-s ace even more inquisitive tua;. those of America. ' On my arrival at Sa,.a ja, be says, 1 installed myseli in acoff-e-nouse, vmicn istlie omy tana oi uotci m tins count, y- Alter having arra .ged my carpet aud sealed, myseli a la Turque, holding my pipe in oue usu.d and tlie cofVe in tbe other, I entered into conversation wjtu the master oi the unuse, who was uot tar dy in giving me a. beaity wetcoiu^, and putting to me a. series ol questions, to which 1 was soac customiHi that my answers were ail ready. ?What do you wa.it!— Where do you come from {—Where are you going to t— Huve you a TgSKERl dassport) *? -Have you mucu mo ney !— A...

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R.B. SHERI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

... . . R. B. smwinAv. I His rather, o,,«day, detcaTu,' ,, ? gree ol his lamiiy, was regreltinci,^ i «? no longer atyied' O'Sl.oridati, £ TyTl 'M rormerly ; ' Indeed, father' rS'^ ---? CPl-bratfd character, tnen a J^i « lbe V more nglit tn the O than anv W f1,,. wef ?«? owe every body.' ' e t]%t- f*M WE8T0N. ? Vr hen this comedian anueami k- S the stfad of .Hona, dhSSS'^ *»J ulanues. Weston?s opening scehe vl , u ''W tress, and they had SreflvS^l were saluted with au uiriwnal W $?1W l2'el&-e*flaimC*' ' 8«00T flE^JB should I slioot her for' She's rW ' .^fl This sally had a good effcfX&ffil actor with patience, and ultimately ^^ lum with their favour. ' ''? A TAILOR'S SAGACITY. ? C. Bamnster employed his tailor, to I;M lum a pair of small-clothes, and w lt Cfl old pur m a i»tlPrn. Whnn the new mZM home, Cliailes complained that there V^M FOB. .- I didn't trlingTou wai.led «J?J Snip, ' since I lound the duplicate of -9 watch id your old pockets 1' ' V Loss of Weight in ...

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FURTHER PARTICULARS RESPECTING [?]LEY [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

FURTHER PARTICULARS RESPECTING UOUiLUY. (freti the Bi»«ori T wn Couner.) Thi» wretch d man appear* to have been o- ' uf the most hoi rid Rnd blood-thirst j oioiibt-rs that have jet disgraced tbe annals of humanity. Long Deloie bii trial he had « 'M.ei) to bold converse with the reverend Mi. tOiurd, in order to declare hit perfect innocence oltlie charges brought against him, bi.. Mr. bedford very prudently andhumant ]\ would Iteifft to nothing from him ol the liii,d until alter his trial. \o sooner, huw evt-i, mhs the veidicl pronounced, and he fouud hiuiM-U on the awful ver«e»f eternity, tliuu bin loiittani crj was ** Uh, Mr. Bedford, what will become of me,' and hit whole tli-pouii ti.t buiayed thr ban owing, dread ful cotiiiiiioti of bit mi ml. Though before tdf Court he hut) diroiigiy asserted hii in D.ceme oi th* honin nurder ol winch hr vui- tound guilty, in the tare ol tbe strong ciuuinstaiilial - udeme, which completely si-ii-fied thf jury, be now Ireely confessed tlif par' ...

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ELEPHANT HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

BTEFHANT UtfNTIN*. There are some entertaining details ?fele- pliant hunting, bat, we regret too lone for our notice. D— , in* hunter who presided on these occasions, Mr. l.o^a relates, ' told u» of his having seen an elephiiiii raise his tallen companion, and still usmsI him even when wounded himself. I saw the beast killedt rather ituu destrt the one that could not follow ; and they (ell dead together. On :ny observing thai, judging from the pmh hat intersected the country in all -li_recti..n-. hey mus' lie very numerous; he haid,1 they *ere, and indeed Hreso still. 1 huve, I dare ? »ay, myself seen as many as three thousand in a troop, on the hunks of the Pish Kiver; lint I should think, in the last three years, full that number have been destroyed.' He mehtioued one thing that struck me as very extraordinary. — thai those who Ira versed tbe country never found the body of an elephant that hud died a natural death, though they frequently tound those that had fallen by trip hunter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

? Charitable Institution. ? fliti Public «rcm ,-t r«\-p c tulty ie ? M- quest d to give their attendance at ? JJr. Richard Heane y's, tin- Wat.iloo I'm,, rn, ? *n Thursday next, In order to form a ' C- «-' ? yttablr !-ffciet-,' fo rvlieie tW jtistreKscs of ? jiich *f »»'? *»»rtuimte fellow creatuns, ? who through sickness or inisfouune b- fume ? incdpahlr ' «f supporting themselves when R tared (by an offended or injured crediior), i gaol ; and at the Meeting should suffici ? tnt persons attend, a Treasurer, ( oiUrtor, I »nd Committee of Management, will beap ? pointed, in order to pievent' improper per ? gods becoming burdensome to the Society. ? It is most particularly to be understood, I that no wasteful or. wilfully improvident per I son will nc allowed relief fron the Funds of ? die Society. ? ftjr The Meeting to tike place at 6 o'clock ? Ib tb BVening, pretiseK. ? JOHN FAWKNER, Jun., M ' . Secretary,' pip tempore. ? Lsuncestoo, September 17Mi, 1830. TalS D 'i 1* is published a...

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From the Hobart Town Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

From the Hobart Town Courier. The vessel which was reported on Wed nesday is still blown off by the strong equi noctial winds from the west. Capt Langdon, formerly of the Wanstead, is coining out and may be expected in about a month, direct for Hobart town, in the ship Thomas Lawrie of 300 tons. The ship Craiglevar. 300 tons, Capt. W. Ray, was also loading direct for Hobart town. Besides these the Dryad, 200 tons. Heard -the Eliza, 360 tons, Adam Dixon, for Sydney and the Eliza, Weddel-the Resour ces, 500 tons, Shuttleworth— the Persian, 500 tons, Plunkett —the Margaret, 500 tons, fiddle, (the last from Bristol), for Swan river and Van Dieman's land, were all laid on and rapidly taking in cargo. We have great pleasure in announcing very favourable accounts, of the wool market. At the last sale at Garraway's the lowest qualities fetched Is. a Ib. and much of our common sorts, sent home by the Alice and other ships, reached as high as from Is. 6d. to 2. 6d. The Ganymede had arrived, b...

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NORFOLK PLAINS DISTRICT. LICENSES RENEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

NORFOLK PLAINS DISTRICT. Licenses renewed. William Brumby, Crown, Norfolk Plains. Henry Clayton, Norfolk. Arms, do. Robert Mailer, Spread Eagle, do. Wm. Elliott Leith, Rose Inu, Westbury. James Hill, junr., St, Andrew Inn, Perth  

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NEW LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

NEW LICENSES.         Newman Williatt, Longford Hotel, Norfolk Plains William Popplewell, Bridge Inn, Liffey     On entering the court, lh« public ^ Mil as we were struck wilh surprise .t r ^mt that Mr. T. C S. had take,, UPJ % ^ f»'j .'J|be« act as mouthpiece or Sl.e«ker (a F, -«BP:; ing. We would advise him nev£ , XlT*!?* , so to do again, for he has n.ltner E 2?W fulness ol action, nor the eloquent d»K ? or * Canning or a Pitt, ai-d t Uu T\ '?'? tainly looked for, tha, the mertXJ J ?? put more upon any of its membeS thaB 'able to perform. Now we bcff |,.av(, ' ?» 3T1,i.dlSp'LSSIonately t0 ask Mr- SlmS whether those persons upon whom Zt very pointedly commented, vvI.hW 1* really deserved the harrowing remarks L made, or not? and we alto beg to ask hi. as the officiating speaker of the nench if 5 bad no real cause of cmnplaint against an, j those whom he suffered to pass by wiih« any comment whatever, at ...

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LAUNCESTON. OLD LICENSES RENEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

LAUNCESTON. Old Licenses renewed. Alexander Stewart, Rose & Thistle, Charles St Richard White, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-st. Joseph Barrett, Mermaid, Brisbane-street. Henry Davis, White Conduit House, do. Jesse Drummond, White Horse, Charles-st, Patrick Carolan, Ship, do. Richard Heaney, Waterloo Tavern, do. Mungo Sommerville, Caledonian, do. John Knight, Rising Sun, Gcorge-street. Thomas Inall, Hope & Anchor, Cameron-st   William Mackie, Cornwall Hotel .- do. John Daniels, Ferry House, Bridge-street. New Licenses Granted. Alexander Wales, Commercial Tavern, Saint John's-street.   John Sinclair Brodie - Cameron-street. Thomas Caryl, College Arms, do.   Richard Lawson, Five Ales, Charles-street. Henry Hinksman, King's Arms, do. William Milne, Union, George-street. John Conolly, Elephant & Castle, Brisbane-st James Mc Cluer, Royal Oak, Wellington-st.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

News reached town on Wednesday, t tat Captain Harvie of the ' Nimrod,' had seen a very large number of the blacks, on ha beach of the eastern coast near George To m ; some acceants make the number seen to amount to from fix lo tevn hundred, bu al lowing that half the number are in this *ne tribe, is Ladnceston and the »h»U- «f »ie ; county to be left unprotected^ and at thoir I mercy while the greater part of the able and, I useful «f the /nhabitaots are drafted a vay I out of the county, and tbus leaving all ia it -c- i posed to depredation ? The line ef operat -ns upon which all the strength of the county is to be employed, in fact the whole strength ol .e island is mainly for the benefit and in the county of Buckingham ; there is no do Hit that the seat of Government is at preient -y far the most populous, and, in point of cap al, perhaps, the richest part of the island, tnut county containing al least four times our pop. ulation,but it is rather a singular circarast -ce that wha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

THE Services -of the- following HORSE*, may be obtained at the I Van piemen's Land . Establishment, Lake fR'm-r, tin ttt farther notice. I BUFF 4 W,— Eight Guineas. I WATERLOO,— Seven do. I BOLlFAft,— Six do. I RO/TERDA*f.-(Flemish Cart,)— 5 do. I *a* No charge is made For Grooraage or use of I Paddocks. I An allowance of one in five to real owners. I Every care taken of Hares end Foals, but (without responsibility. And the Pane of ? Fifty Guineas continued. I THOMAS BUTTON. I August 33, 1830. I Pansanger, 20th Septr., 1830. WILL Sta-'dat this place this sea . son. H« is certified as ? Pure |Ar»!'. and is well recommended from India, las a Horse of courage, strength, and speed. I An allowance made of one Mare In five ; lany not proving in foal (with a certificate to ?that effect), will be covered gratis next sea ?ton, on application to Ed ?? ard Dumaresque, lEsa., at New Norfolk. I Terms.— 48, and 8*. the Groan. pp ) COVER thisSeasoo, at £5. and I* Ss. the Groom, Ptands at Mr. Henry...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 4, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

LAVNCESTON ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 4, 1830. ?' It i* th« public dotf of* Jourailitt to ditptl deluiiom ; but in -h« dileksin of (hii 4uty h* mast not txpect to find bit r-.«-i perfectly free from the arrow of (holt who arc mtercttcd h. preventing- the JEfit of truth from csifrenting; »uu litii j-i.iicj their poir«r.' To His Excellency, Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, «5'c\» 4fc,tfyc. Tn furtherance of your Excellency's views to capture the Aborigines, the ma gi, nacy and the principal part of the inhabitants couctived that a public meet ing should be called, in order to take the ben-eofthe people., these feelings were opeuly expressed by the greater part of tlio population or Launceston, than whom no people under your Excellency's cojnm»nd are more loyal or zealous. The proprietor of this journal was wailed upon by one of thegentlemcn who formerly commanded one of the constab ulary guards, which were called out by Lieut...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

8SB2IP JM^^SS^a. Arrived. On Tuesday,— The schooner Prince Regent. Captain Hassall, from Sydney, with a cargo ©T men haudize. On Thursday,— The bng Queen Charlotte, Capt. Renolrison, from Sydney, with :— 2 stallions, 3 mares, 2 geldings,(no consignee); 1 case lemon.juice, ! rase lemons, 43 pieces of cedar, 1 pianoforte to Mr. Relbey, 5 bags suear to Mr. Reed, 1 case colonial boots. Fas*png«TS,— Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, and Hen Nimr day,— the schooner Resolution, J. H. lancey, Master, from Sydney with ;— 6 pun cheons rum, 2 pipes gin, 2 pipes brandy, 20 ba.skets tobacco, 14 balf.pipes wine, * half barrels gunpowder, 4 bales of sundries, 250 bags of lime, IS coils of rape, 6 casks of blacking, 2 cases bats, 6 bundles of spades, 4 TrjSng pans, SO logs cedar, SO hearth stones, 30 window sills, 1 case foustard, 1 bundle shot, 20 casks nails, 1' bale slops and sundries to T. Williams, Esq. ; and 4 puncheons rum to O. Balstoo Esq. Passengers.— Serjeant White, S7th Regiment, Mrs. White and 4 c...

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