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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 20 March 1840
?hipping Xntelltfenoe. I HOBART TOWN AHIUVAIS. | March 12-the bark Wat Indian, 327 tons, M' Arthur, from London, with a general cargo-passengers, Mr. F. Steiglitz, Mrs. and Miss Stciglitr, Mr. and Mrs. Wind- sor, six children, and servant, Messrs. Jones, Stiggins, Chetty, and Stevens. 13-the schooner Elizabeth, 58 tons, Riley, from Port Phillip, in ballast. 13-the bark Mary Ann, 316 tons, Stevenson, from the Mauritius, with sugar and sundries-passengers, Captain Taylor of the Bombay Artillery, Mrs. Taylor, child, and three servants. 13-the back Eudora, 208 tons, Addison, from Cal- cutta, with sundries. 13-the brigantinc Abeona, 96 tons, Jay, from Port Adelaide, with sundries-passengers, T. Sheppard, Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. Hawson, and Mrs. Jacobs. IS-the bark Mondäne, 500 tons, Murdoch, from Lomboek, with rice and sundries. 17-the schooner Adelaide, Smith, from Port Phillip, 13th instant, with wool and tallow. 17-the brig Camilla, Gardner, from Sydney, 5th in- stant, with casks 17-the ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 20 March 1840
For Xiondon. 71HE fast sailing bark Ann, A 1,280 tons, D. M4Alpine, master, hav- ing the whole of her dead weight engaged, will be ready to receive wool in ten da> s. For freight or passage, apply to the commander on board, ° New Wharf, Mardi 6. WILLIS, GARRETT, & Co. For Port Phillip. 'HAT fine fast sailing first class now _ bark Mary Hay, coppered and copper-fastened, 250 tons burthen, A. D. wiBBII^ Nollum, master, will sail positively on the 31st instant for the above colony, and will touch at George Town if required. Being under a bond of £500 to proceed to sea on that day, parties desirous of for« ard- ing goods or stock by her will require to have them ship- ped by the 29th of the month. She has excellent accommodation for passengers, and her lower bold (seven feet high) is entirely to be fitted up for the conveyance of horses and cattle. Captain Clinch, late master of the Merope, and for the last six years en meed in the stock trade, will proceed in har as super- c...
SCRAPS FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
SCRAPS FROM THE STATES. Effects of Speculation.- A speculator, at the west, re- cently said to a friend, ' When I first came to Chicago, I had not a rag to my back, and now I am covered with rags.'-American paper. The Dark Side of Matrimony -Lately, a slave in the West Indies, who had been married to another slave by one of the missionaries, at the end of three weeks brought his wife back to the clergyman, and desired him to take, her again. The clergyman risked what was the matter* with her. ' Why, massa, she no good. The book says, she obey mc. She no wash my clothes, massa, nor do what I want her to do.' The minister : * But the book says, you were to take her for better or for worse.' ' Yes, massa, but she all worse, and no better. She had too much worse, and no good nt all.'-Ibid. A Simile.-A jeweller, in America, advertising that ho has a number of precious stones to dispose of, adds, that they sparkle like the tear;; of n young widow. Affectionate.-A Connecticut Jonathan, in ...
QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
QUARTER SESSIONS. At HOBARTON-On Monday, 6th April. At OATLANDS-On Monday. 27th April. At NEWNORFOLK-On Monday, 13th April. COURT OF. REQUESTS. At NEW NORFOLK-On Monday, 13th April. At CAMPBELTON-On Friday, 3rd April. At OATLAND,S-On Saturday, 4th April. State of the Female House of Correction, Hobart town, March 24.-Number assignable for Hobart, 9; do. for the interior, 32. State; of the Female .House of Correction, Laun- ceston, March 21.-Number assignable, 4.
Meteorological Observations, From March 19 to March 25, at Hobarton, 2 o'Clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
Meteorological Observations, From March 19 to March 25,atHobarton, 2 o'Clock each Dap Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tue*. Wed. Mean Tem 29 9 30 1 E9 9 B9 7 29 6 29 6 29 6 29.9 Thor 60 Wind. South West North South West North South West North West Ditto Velocity of the Wind. 30 20 20 15' 15 15 25 Depth of Rain, 0.3 inches. Sun rises, 6h. 15m. Sun sets, 5h. 45m. Daylight begins, 4h. 42m. . Daylight ends, 7h. 18m. Length of day, 1 Hi. 40m. Day .decreases, 3h. 40m. Clpck before sun, Oh. otu. New Moon, 3d day,,lja.ro. ? r '-"orr, ri ' I * All Orders, Advertisements, or Communication», Mend'» for this Paper, should be forwarded, addressed to tí« Proprietor of the Courier, early in the week. Short Nottees and Advertisements tan be received until *.* o'clock on Thursday Evening, after which tmi, «** nouHcemtnts, if senti cannot appear until the en*ut*§ week. AGENTS, | Mr. H. DOWLING. Bookseller, Launceston. Mr. TEGO, Bookseller, George Street^ Sydney. Mr. J. BURNHAM HAIX, \0, Tower Street, Lona«...
ALMANACX, AND ABSTRACT OF PUBLIC SALES FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
A&MAWACX, AMD ABSTRACT Of rUBMC SALIS TO». TUI IHSUIHO WEir. Sunday-March 29- Fourth Sunday in Lent CHURCH SIRVICC-monta LISSONS. MorningLessons-Genesis, ch. 43-St. John, ch. 16. Evening Lesson«-Genesis, ch.45-Epis, of Paul to Phil. Monday-March 30. Sale-Land in Collins, Harrington, and Macquarie streets, on the premises-J. C. Stracey. Tuesday-March 31. Sale-Cargo of the Eudora, at the New Wharf-T. Y. Lowes. Wednesday-April I. Launceston Gaol Delivery and Civil Sitting«. Thursday-April 2. Sale-Uneipired Lease of Paraclete, Knocklofty, at their Mart-Stracey & Burn. Friday-April 3. St. Richard. Saturday-April 4. St. Ambrose.
THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. Union Steam Mills. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. Union Steam Mills. Wheat lOs to 13s, oats 4s 6d to 5s, pollard 2s 6d, bran Is 6d. per bushel ; flour, first quality, £34, second £32, ration .£27, per 20001bs. LAUNCESTON MAILS. To Sydney, per Bolina, on the 30th instant. To Adelaide, per Sovereign, on the 4th April.
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Hobart-town, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
I COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. \ I Hobart-lown, March 20. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination by the Cominis sioners appointed l'or that purpose, upon or immediately after the 20th day of May next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered: Richard Cleburne, lo acres, Hobart Suburbs, originally ordered to the applicant ; claim dated 23rd February, 1840. Elizabeth Stevenson, 32 acres, Selby Parish, originally James Ware, who sold to Timothy Quinn, who sold to Peter Lette, who bequeathed to the applicant ; claim dated 20th September, 1839. James Glare, 1 rood 26 perches, Launceston, originally Peter Mills, who transferred to his daugh- ter, who is the applicant's wife ; claim dated 28tli February, 1810. Elizabeth Stevenson, 43 acres, Selby Parish, origi- nally Timothy Quinn, who sold to Peter Lette, who bequeathed to the applicaut ; claim dated 26th Sep- tember, ísto. W. CHAMP, Chairman. Sheri^s Office, March 25...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
MISCELLANEOUS. The Wellington Statues.-The rival trophies in honour of the " hero of a hundred fights" are now in progress. That destined for the city lias been in- trusted to Sir Francis Chautery, upon which £15,000 is lo be expended. The other, which is intended lo surmount the triumphal arch, erected by Georg« IV., at Hyde Park corner, opposite lo Apsley Hor.se, his grace's town residence, and for which upwards of £20,000 is already subscribed, has been confided to Mr. Matthew Coates Wyatt, the artist who produced the bronze statue of George HI. which occupies the triangular space in Cockspur-atreet, Chnriirg-cross. His grace hus set several times to Mr. Wyatt for the .portrait. Road Making.-It appears to us, that at length the best method of making roads has been hit on. On Wednesday we had the pleasure of a drive for six continuous miles on a plank-road f/oni Toronto to Kingston, which wo understand is to be carried as far us the Rouge. On so excellent a road we never had the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
.Advertisement. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Sin, HAVING seen in the Colonial Times, of the 17th instant, a most wicked and malicious libel reflect- ing on my character, ' Headed the Conscience of a Con- stable,' I bog through the medium of your paper to re- quest that the public will withhold their judgment upon the above article until the opinion and decision of twelve good and honest men may affix the odium on me or my slanderers.-¡I am. Sir, your very obedient servant, Marlborough, March 24. J. CLAMC. Wanted, AN experienced SHEPHERD, for Port Phillip. To a man of good character and who can give testi moniali of his abilities, a liberal salary will he given. Apply to ¡Mr. Elliston, Courier Office, Hobart Town, or to Mr..H. Best, Geelong. March 27. House and JLand Wanted! EQ.UIRED to Kent, or on a short Lease, a gen tcel residence for a small family, with a few acres of good land attached. Must be within a moderate dis- tance of Hobart Town. Address, stating full particulars, to ...
LETTER FROM MR. BULLER TO THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. 1, Queen's Square place, Westminster, September 2, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
LETTER FROM MR. BULLER TO THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. 1, Queen's Square place, Westminster, Septembers, 1839. GENTLEMEN,-Nothing has passed during the pre- sent session relative to New South Wales, except an Act for the renewal of the Act by which you are governed. In the preseut wretched slute of parties in this country, ministers had neither time nor in- clination to take up and treat with the attention which it deserved, a question of the magnitude of that of the preparation of a free constitution for New South Wales. The real truth is, that this and all other questions serve parliament now fur a mere trial of strength between the two parties. Whatever measure is proposed by ministers now, is sure Id be attacked by the other party without reference to its merits. .....*. As a member of parliament, I confess with shame, that in the present mood of our legislature, it is most unfortu- nate for any colony to be compelled to have lecourse to their decision. I do not justify or palliat...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
Shipping- Xntelllgenoe. I HOBART TOWN ARRIVAL«. ? March id-the cutter Shamrock, Barrett, from p0n Phillip, the 5th instant, with sundries; 23-th« schooner Maria, Stewart, from Port Phillip' the 12th instant, in ballast. " DEPARTURE«. March l8-the bark Biak*, Eshelby, for India, with troops. 21-the schooner Challengtr, Winter, for Port Phillip with sundries. " 23-the schooner Elizabeth, Riley, for Port Phillip with sundries. ' 23-the schooner Abeona, Taylor, for South Australia with sundries. ' 25-the cutter Shamrock, 35 tons, Fraser, for Port Phillip and Geelong, with sundries. PORT or LAUNCHÏOH. ARRIVALS. March 19-the brig Charlotte, 96 ton«, Tregurtln from Port Phillip, in ballast. ' Dir-ARTURIS. March 17-the schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Ruffle for Port Phillip, with sheep and horses. ' l8-the brig Indian, 276 tons, Carr, for London, with, colonial produce-passengers, Captain and Mrs. Douglas and child. 19-the schooner Industry, 9B tons, Spront, for South Australia, with sundries...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
I CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We learn from the Cape papers lately re- ceived, that the small-pox had broken out with great virulence at Cape-town, having been intro- duced by a number of negroes, who were landed without any care or previous examination. The greatest alarm prevailed amongst the inhabitants, who were flying from the chance of contagion. The detachment of British troops stationed at Port Natal has been withdrawn, and it is said the emigrants forthwith hoisted Dutch colours, as if anxious to owe allegiance to Holland. To this England will hardly submit ; but it is somewhat amusing to remark the change in the tone of the4 Graham's Town Journal since this rumour was spread abroad. . Our readers have already seen the document of the emigrants declaring their 11,1 . ...-.«...Jl.» , J^., ,.r^I«-.... independence, which was loudly commended ; but no sooner is that declaration followed by au expression of their inclination than England can never allow that. the emigrants of Port Natal...
THE PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
THE PENNY POSTAGE. SOMETHING I want to write upon, to scare away each vapour, The " penny postage" shall I try ? why yes » I'll write on paper. Thy great invention, Rowland Hill, each person loudly hails Tlte females all are full of it, and so are all the mails ! This may be called the " penny age," and those who are not mulish Are daily growing " penny wise" though not, I hope, " pound foolish j" We've penny blacking, penny plays, penny mags, for information, And last "a penny post," which proveí we've lots of pen* tration. ~-I.?-_l_ll-? ??-I-I J Their lovc-sick thoughts, by this new Act may Lucy, _ j Jane, or Mary Array in airy diction, from Johnson's diction-ary ¡ Each maid will for the postman watch at the key-hole, like a cat, And spring towards the door whene'er there comes a great big "rat." Such lots of paper will be used by every scribbling elf, That each should he a paper manufacturer himself I To serve us all with ink enough they must have different plans : They must star...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
. ENGLISH EXTRACTS. &nbsp; Mr. Henry Tufnell, private secretary of Lord Minto, is to be the new Lord of the Treasury. Mr. Tufnell has announced himself as a candidate for Devonport, as suc- cessor to Sir Edward Codrington, whose appointment to the command at Portsmouth has caused a vacancy in the representation of that borough. Mr. Tufnell is the son in-law of Sir W. Horton, to whom he was secretary when Sir W. Horton was Governor of Ceylon. If there be nothing in a name there is something in its sound, as we perceive when a Hamburg paper brings into the same line Count Gobbles and General Grabbe. The Duke of Newcastle is fortunate, he has lately pur- chased the estate on which are the Stately quarries out of which the new Houses of Parliament are to be built. " Foxhunting," shouts the Doncaster Gazette, "calls into exercise the best qualities of the rider, and the best powers of that generous creature, the horse. It is the most inviting, the most attractive, the most exciti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
For Xiondon. rpHE fast sailing bark Ann, A 1,280 J. tons, D. M'Alpine, master, hav- ing the whole of her dead weight engaged, _ will be ready to receive wool in ten days. "Forfreight or passage, apply to the commander on board, or to New Wharf, March 6. WILLIS, GARRETT, St Co. For Port Phillip. III A T fine fast sailing first class new _ bark Mary Hat/, coppered and copper-fastened, 250 tons burthen, A. D. ,a&lt;JOTK>O^, Nollum, master, will sail positively on tlie 31st instant for the above colony, and will touch at George Town if required, ^einç under a bond of £500 to proceed to sea on that day, partie» desirous of forward- ing goods or stock by her will require to bave them ship ped by the29th'of thç_montû»- r Slie has excellent accommodation for passengers, and her lower hold (seven feet high) is entirely to be'fitted up for tlie conveyance of horses and cattle. Captain Clinch, late master of the Merope, and for the last six years en- gaged in the stock trade, will p...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. None. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. None. DEPARTURES. March 20—the bark Lord Goderich, 460 tons, Kay, for Port Phillip, Henty & Co., agents —forty-four pas- sengers. 21—the cutter Rectus, Berry, for sealing ground, G. Fisher, agent, with sundries. 25—the brig Adelaide, 258 tons, Dryden, for London, with colonial produce-passengers. Henry Clayton, Esq , lady, three Misses, and two Masters Clayton, Richard White, Esq., lady, and two Misses White, John Travers Leake, Esq., Mrs. Ann White, James Bennett, servant.
The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 26,1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840
Coe Courier» THURSDAY EVBNWG. MARCS 26,1840. ,S.BVKRAL documenta have b"ceñ published, em- bracing the opinions of Lords John Russell and Howick upon transportation to these colonies, out sf which have arisen the present arrangements with regard to Norfolk Island, the system of two years' probationary labour, and the granting of a licket-of-leave or passport to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land at the expiration of such probationary period as the sentence of the prisoner may extend to. The only thing new seems to be the recommendation to establish another penal colony on the north-west coast of New Holland, and to make Moreton Bay the penal settlement for New South Wales. This, however, will be matter for future consideration ; and, indeed, the ?die question as treated in these papers is so overloaded with opinions and suggestions, so cumbered with crude notions, and so deficient in plain and practical representation of the real state of transportation and of the prisoner popu- ...