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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, June 25th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICB, HOBART TOWN, rhurfday, June 25th, 1818. DAVID MAXWELL is appointed an Over feer in the Government Working Gangs at Hobart Town._ 'T'HE .following Confiables, appointed at . George Town on the zoth of May, 1818, hytheCoMMAMDANTof Port Dalrymple, are approved and confirmed : Thomas Kemp,-Chief Conftable; George Powel, Alexander Wilfon, Thomas Lyne*, ^ Petty Confiables ¡ and George Dew, William Kelfale, 1 Diftrift Confiables for and > theWeftern part of th Henry Barrett. ) County of Cornwall. Ey Command of Hi* Honor, Samuel Hood, Secretary. Deputy Afliftant Commiflary General's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, aotb June,. 1818« A considerable Number of Prifoners hivint lately arriyed per Ships Lady Caftlercngh And Minerva, many of whom it isexp<c3«J win be taken off the Stores by Settlers and otheis in the cour fe ûfafftort time ; It h-sbfeo judg* ed expedient not tomakeout theenfuing Half* Vear'i Tender Lill for Supplies of Meat for ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, A. M Assize of Bread—Wheaten 8d.; Houshold 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, A. M. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 8d. ; Houshold 7d.   SHIP NEWS:—Sailed yesterday for Madras, the ship Lady Castlereagh, Captain George Weltden ; having on board Captain Nairn's company of the 46thregiment which were late- ly relieved at this station by Major Bell's de- tachment of the 48th regt. She has also three   detachments on board from England to join their corps at Madras, consisting of the 46th, 83d, and 34th regiments.—Passengers, Captain Nairn, Mr. Assistant Surgeon Hood, Lieute- nants Reevely and Stewart, and Ensign Ross, all of the 46th regiment; also, Lieutenant Elgee and Ensign Lax, both of the 34 Ji regt.   Sailed yesterday also, the ship Minerva, Cap- tain John Bell, for Batavia.   On Monday sailed for Port Dalrymple with merchandize, the schooner Sindbad, Mr, John Payne master. Remain in the harbour, the ships Ann (whal- ing), Duke of Wellington, Mary, & Frede...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

A fcizure «f a quantity of fruits v«g »ade on Thurfday afternoon in this towrie in confis* quenccof trie owner removing it to a bou fen o t expreffed in the permit. The late,con vision« appears to have but little effect in preventing offencii of thii defcription. , , The weather this wetk has been up{juvu$y cold. Table Mountain is (lill alinoo'coyireja with fnow, and to the eye haa aflumed ¿ táfJT winterly appearance. ) . ,;? The fraternity of thieves have been agina bufy'tbis week with their nôclurnâl depreda.« lions. Attempt luve been made \o fteal jhe wheels from a cart ; and npt content with confining their robberies io the Utjngi the ,jre p*iitories of the dead have been difturbéd. ,4*. fellow of the name of Chamberliyne wa* ap prehendad by a confiable in the ait of dealing the paling round a tomb in the Churcb-^arcU and has fin ce been conviftcd and fen fenced tp 25 ladies* and one month io the gaol garigf, j O« Thurfdiy week, whilft «party of fije foldiers of the 48th regimen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

Hi* HONOR the LIEUTENANT (JOVE* NOR lus thought proper to direct, tint all Public Uommunicsuions which may appear in tnq HOBART lOWti GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figncd with any Official Signatura, are to ba confidered as Official Communications made io thole Perfons io whom ihey miy relate. . (BY COMMAND OF Kr« HONOR), _ H« E. ROBINSOW, Secretary*

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, "Tuesday, June 30th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, " "Tuefday, June 30th, 1818. HIS HONOR theLiauTENANT GOVERN-I OR feds it his Duty to call the particular! Attention of the Inhabitants and Settlers, and of the Crown Servants, to the Proceedings held before a Bench of Magiftratea on Saturday Jaft. Befcjre that- Bench,wi»re tried rive Crown Servants, who had forcibly driven off the Cattle of various Verfons at the Coal River. The five Men pleaded io their Defence that they bael asunder tfie Qrden cf theil Employer: they lyere found Guilty, and were fentenced ; two to Labor in Irons at the Coal River for three Years, and the other three to Labor in the Gaol Gang for twelve Months. The Refult of thifc Profecution ihould be im preffed equally on the Minds ofthe Inhahitants and Settlers, andofthe Crown Servants. Th< former will fee that they have no Power to Pr»te¿l thofe who might bemifled into a Re- liance on th-ir SupDOrt, from the Puniihment incurred hy ex-outing Comm...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 4th, 1818 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERN MS NT HOUSE, HOB ART TOWN, Saturday, July 4th, 1818 I THE late confidcrable Influx o/ Crown Serv- ants, and the Number afligned to the Serv- ice of Settlers, induce the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR to publifh again for general Informati- on the Rate d Wages or Compensation for their own Time, eftahhfhed for Men and Wo- men Convicts under an Order of His Exe BL LBUCY the GOVIRNOR in CH I EF of Date the 7th of Decemher 1816, as the eflabliihed Regulation of this Settlement. "TEN POUNDS per Annum to a Man, and "SEVEN POUNDS toa Woman, as including " Rations equal or according to the Govern " menjt Allowance and the;Value ot the Slops " allowed ; or SEVEN POUNDS per Annum " to a Man, and FIVE POUNDS TEN SHIL '« LINGS to a WoaiaOj: exclufive of fuch Slops, "(hall only be Demandable by Male and '* Female Prifoners afligned *ai Servants ; the " faid Wages being payable in STERLING " MONEY." Afligned Servants will clearly underíland that the Settler or Inhabitant t...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Monday, June 29th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.   Government House, Hobart Town, Monday, June 29th, 1818. LIEUTENANT ROBINSON, of the 48th Regiment, is appointed to act     as Secretary to the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, until further Orders. WILLIAM SORELL,   LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Monday, June 29th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   Monday, June 29th, 1818.     MR. Assistant Surgeon HAMILTON, of   the 48th Regiment, is appointed an As- sistant on the Colonial Establishment,     subject to the Approbation of His EX- CELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.      

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 4th Jauly, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SECRETARY's OFFICE,   HOBART TOWN,     Saturday, 4th July, 18 BERNARD CURRIN is appointed           a Constable of Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, A.M. Ship News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Ship News. On Sunday last sailed for the Mauritius, the ships Duke of Wellington and Frederick, the former commanded by Captain Wm. Collins, with 1200 sheep and 12 cows on board, and the latter by Capt. Williams, having on board 48 cows. The cattle on both these vessels are the property of Captain Howard, owner of the   Wellington. This being a new species of speculation in this Colony, attended with much risk, we trust the result will be such as to repay the owner for the great expenfe attending   this hazardous undertaking. The ship Ann, Captain Wilkinson, continues successful in whaling; having caught six more   whales, being eleven in all taken by her. We understand she will endeavour to procure 300 tons of oil, beside 100 barrels of spermaceti which she got at New Zealand. When the latest accounts left Port Dalrymle, the Sindbad had not arrived there. The   Jupiter was ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   Friday, 3d July, 1818.   WHEREAS Henry Cresswell, a convict, 5 feet 5½ inch high, fair complexion, black bair, blue eyes, born in Jersey, 28 years   of age, was tried at London in 1817, sentenced for life, came from England in the Almorah, came here in the Pilot;       John Wallis, a convict, 5 feet 4½ inches high, sallow complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, born in London, is 19 years of age, was .tried at London in January 1817, sentenced 7   years, came from England in the ship Almorah, and here in the Pilot;   John Peterkin, a convict, 5 feet 6 inches high, ruddy complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, was born at Berwick, is 31 years of age, was tried at London in Dec. 1815, sentenced 7 years, came from England in the Almorah, and here in the Pilot; and   William Glover alias Lester, a convict, 5   feet 6 inches...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 4th July, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 41h July, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT, HIS Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR directs that the Heads of the under-men- tioned Public Departments will make up and furnish him with the following Quarterly Re- ports and Statements, from the 1st of April to   the 30th of June inclusive ; viz, --- From the Colonial Chaplain. A Return of tho BapUims, Nuptiiii, and In-1 terraents during %ho above Period. From the Department of the Acting Engineer and Inspector of Public Works.   A Return of all Public Buildings erected, or in progress to be erected ; together with a   Return of all Stores received, whether by Issue or Purchase, with the Expenditure thereof during the above Period From the Department of ihe Naval Officer* I,- A Return of tho Arriviland Departure of Veffels during iho above Period» li.-A General Statement of the Duties and Guftoms collected at the Ports of Hie Der»! went and Port ...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 4th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOB ART low«, Saturday, July 4th, 1818. THE late confiderahíe Influx of O'.wn Serv-j ants, and the Number afligned to th étrv ice of Sett len, induce the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR to publiíh again for gtnetal tafornati-! on the Rate of Wages or Com^cniauon lor their own Time, eftahlifhed íor Mer. ann Wo-, men Convicta under an Order of His, Evett,* . LBNCY th*S GGVBRNO* 1») CM 1» !» of Ü U the 7th of December i8t6, as the «íUhhíhtíii Régulât 10:1 of t«âs SrttUment ' " TEM POUNDS per Annum io a Man, «rd " SEVEN POUNDS to a Woman, as including fS Rations equal or according to the Govern. «« rnent Allowance a/.d th* Value of thr Slops' ""allowed ; or SEVEN POUNDS per Annum .«. to a .Man, and FIVE POUNDS I EN SHIL .«' LINOS to a Woman,exclufiveof fuchSlopf, " ihall only be * Dem* ndable by Male and «'Female Prifoners afligned as Servants; the! ««faid Wages being pajable in STERLING " MONEY." Aflîgncd Servants will clearly underilan^l that the Sett...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

His HONOR ibo LI*UT*NANT (TOVUMQK has thought proper to anect, «hat all Public Communicutons which may *fPüijJ«C?| . HOBART lOWti GAZETTE, and HOUTHEttN XEPORTER% figncd with any Official Signature, ire io bo confiderad as OfociU Communication» rnadcio tholt rcrfonfl to whom tfey*m»y roUto* ÍBy COMMAND OF Hrt HOKOR). H. E. Ro*iKiO*tbecretari/±

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Maistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, Wheaten 8d. Household 7d. Ship News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Archer, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, Wheaten 8d. Household 7d. Ship News.   Sailed on Monday last for Port Jackson, the ship Mary, Capt. Orman, which lately arrived at the Derwent from India with merchandize. - Passengers, Mr. Thomas Wills, Mr. Thomas Reibey, and Mr. Joseph James. Last week came for hearing before Bench of Magistrates, informations against several persons for slaughtering sheep without being duly licenced, or without being previously inspected by the Inspector of Stock. Two were convicted, and a mitigated penalty of £10 was awarded in both   cases. One-half of these prosecutions goes to the informer; the other to the Police Fund.   Last Saturday evening, a crown prisoner named James Smith, alias King, by some means broke into a bed-room at Mr. Kemps's in   Collins-street where some ladies slept who came passengers in the ship Mary, and stole there- from a small box containing a gold watch,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

In the Sydney Gazette of the 20th ult. the brig Governor Macquarie is adver- tised to sail for this Port in about a   month from that date ; she may there- fore be expected here early next month. HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 11th July, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 11th July, 1818. THE Timber growing upon the Crown Land, extending along the Bank of the River  from   Macquarie Point towards New-town, being     required by Government; all Persons are prohibited from falling Trees or cutting Fire-wood, to the Right of the Old Road to New-town.   By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office,   Hobart Town, Saturday, 4th July, 1818. A LIST of the Names ot Settlers who have   tendered Fresh Meat for the Supply of   His Majesty's Stores at Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, from the 11th July to the 25th December 1818, and from whom the under- mentioned Quantities will be received as stated opposite their respective Names. From the 11th to the 17th of July, Colonel Davey 5000 Mr. Richard Pitt 1500   Mr. T. R Crowder 1000 From the 18th to the 24th of July. P. G. Hogan, Esq 4000 William Parso...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

MRS. REIBEY, of Liverpool-street, begs Leave to inform her Friends and the Public in general, that she has for Sale, at the most   Reduced Prices, for ready Money or Wheat only, the following articles:- A capital Piano- forte with additional keys, best Muskadal Wine in bottles, superfine Hyson Peas, best white Sugar, Raisins, Bengal Soap, Tobacco, Spice, a variety of superfine Ladies' Cloths and cotton Shawls, India-worked Dresses and silk net   for ditto, Muslins, Silks and Satins, ready-made Mantles, Bonnets and dress Caps, black, white, and green Veils, Parasols, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes, Calicoes, Handkerchiefs, Velveteens,   Tortoiseshell Combs, English and India   Trimmings, Artificial Flowers, Ribbands,   English Slops, Men's worsted Stockings, Women's black ditto, Plates, Decanters and Goblets, sewing Silk, Twist, Cottons, Threads, Bobbins, Tea-kettles, Knives and Forkes, Shoemakers' Hemp and Wax, best gil...

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Ship News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

Ship News This morning arrived from Port Jackson in 17 days, the brig Sophia, Captain   Kelly. - Passengers, G. F. Reed, Esq. late commander of the brig Lynx; and   Mr. D. Gibson, of Port Dalrymple.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 July 1818

By the above arrival, we have received Sydney papers down to the departure of the   Sophia; from which we feel happy in be-   ing able to copy the following important and interesting articles of intelligence for the information of our Readers:—   "On Thursday night, or rather at an early hour yesterday morning, a daring attempt was made by a set of ruffians in a boat, to board and carry off the brig Sophia, Mr. James Kelly mas- ter, from her moorings in Sydney Cove. Hap- pily, owing to a judicious measure of Police some time since adopted in consequence of the frequent piratical attempts made on shipping in Port Jackson, the design was completely frust- rated, and the party well peppered by a brisk discharge of musketry under the direction of Captain Kelly, who was fully prepared for the occasion, and exerted himself so successfully in repelling the attack, as to leave no doubt that some of the party were severely wounded. Im- mediately on the ...

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