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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 September 1829

SWAN RIVER. W»'I"*» wcek.oontinue our extracts on Swan river from the interesting voyage to these region», perform- ed by order of Hie late Niipol» tin in the Naturaliste. Ttgivps no bad idea of the country (for the French are'exc'i lient observers of nature) mid of the difficul- ties'16 be encountered by new settlers. . At a little distance from the se« the left bank of the river btcomes steep and perpehdicûlnr, and di« coters a bed of nandy and caloareous rocks, disposed in horizontal layers ; farther up the steepness is on the oilier side of the river, and appears like agre«! circular wall crowned with verdure. Every where on the banks are seen evident traces of the former bed of the sea ; the rock is almost entirely composed of incrustations uf shells, roots, and even trees in a slate of petrifaction ; a phenomenon that is often seen ni sonny parts of New Holland, lu other respects the country is here Hal, and has no elevation of any con- sequence except some al a considerable d...

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MR. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 September 1829

MR. O'CONNELL. On the.15th of May on'the opening of the house of Commons, there was a very full attendance of mem- bers, it being understood that Mr. O'connell wa» then to come forward in order to take hi» »eat in the |bon»r. The gallery and aM the passages were cram- med with people. Prayers having been read, the i «peaker requested that if any member were present who bad not taken hi« scat, he would come to the table and be sworn. At this moment all the member» roie, and the anxiety and curiosity manifested was extreme. In a few minutes Mr, O'connell wa» introduced by Lords EbringtoR and Dineonoii. Mr. O'Conneli bad then a »hort cnnversatien with the principal clerk of the house, whieh lue latter soronronissted to the speak» er. The speaker then »aid,-' It is my duty to «tate to the house, that the course the hon, member at the I table intends to pursue cannot be complied with, and I consider I am right, unless corrected by the autho- rity of the House. The bon, gentleman claim» t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 September 1829

MRS. WOOD bus jost received per Elizabeth, j 20 hogsheads of Brown htout and 4 Mid», j of Pale ALE. Al"» on »nie, very superior Old Port, j and Pate Sherry, ID 3 duren cases. Very superior j M«de>">> 0,d Sherry, and old Teneriffe, in hogsheads »nd in bottle. Liverpool street, opposite the Waterloo Mill. MRS. WOOD bas just opened a case of Boys* fine Black and Drab flats, and also a case of Hats for farmer»' wear. September l8,1829. FOR SALE, A small Farm, containing about fifty acres of good arable land, almost entirely under cultivation, situate at Norfolk plains, and fronting the South Esk river. , The premises will be shewn by Mr. Coniston, the present occupant. For further, particulars apply to Capt. Maughan, Launceston, next door to the Cornwall Hotel. September^, 1820. PUBLIC Notice. George Morisey respectfully returns his fiiicere thanks to his friend* and the public in general for, the liberal support he has re- ceded duiing the time be has kept the Crown Inn /it Ba...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

kY CONTAINS. 11.] Colo |>tember23, 1829. Order, Mo. 7, of ' the ' Barking of n» therein prescrib leased to direct; that i collect bark, shall is stripped in order ITat the tree may spring up again from tïïeTÎBTl^s in oak copses. It is expected that the Police Magistrates in their respective districts will see that these orders are strict- ly complied with. By His Excellency's Command,'J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 206.] Colo. nial Secretary's Office, Sept. 17, 1829. Mr. Robert Graves has been dismissed from the situation of Superintendent of the Female Factory at George town. - By His Excellency's Command,. J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 207.") Colo nial Secretary's Office, September 23,1829. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased lo grant the undermentioned indulgence. Ticket of Leave To Thomas Smith, Phoenix, (1). By His Excellency's command, J. BURNUTT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 208.) Co- lonial Secretary's Office; Sept. 23, 1 SCO. Certificates of freedom have been ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

w ANTED a young Man as a Clerk. Apply to John Muir, Liverpool street. SAXON RAMS-A few of those fino animals, bred by Mr. Jones of Sydney, remain still on baud, and will be sold on very liberal terms to close the consignment. Apply to JAMES GRANT. ANY Persons desirous of purchasing, may be supplied with a considerable quantity of Wheat or Flour at a moderate pricefor cash, on ap- proved bills of 3 months, early iipplicaiinn is re- quired lo T. E. Mannington, Liverpool street. WANTS a situation, a young MBn who is folly, competent to superintend a farm and has a thorough knowledge of gardening in all its branches. The most unquestionable testimonials can be given. A line addressed to A. B. and left at the office of this paper will meet with immediate attention. WANTED by a Gentleman at the Break of Day Plains, from 30 to 50 bead of tame Cows on Hie thirds. Apply to H. J. at the Courier office.' HOBART TOWN BOOK SOCIETY.-The Members are requested to pay at their earliest convenience, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

IMPOUNDED at Woodlands, Jerusalem. 1 hioun heifer, JB near hip, I while cow, notch out it' back of Meit ear. If not taken away tipl expt usis p.nd on or before Hie 2d day of October, tliey'.uill le sold on thal day al lue pound at 12 o', lock to tlefrsy the expenses. G. WRAY, Poundkeeper. Woodlands, Sept. 13, lt-29. x frMPOUNDLD, at Hamilton, 1 black stiel orsml. JL ed IL near hip, I grey »leer, ¡nilis'inct lr.mil, supposed to he! W near hip, \ brindled hull no tintad visible. If the above catlle>are not claimed ;md ex- penses paid within 21 days from Ibis tla-e, they¿will be sold at tbe pound em Monday the 2ölh i»»l. at Vi o'clock io delray the cspi'ii» s. W. ROADKNIGHT, t j- Hamilton, Sept. 5,-18'iO. . . * '' fï MPOUNDED at Sorell, a block steer ninikeri H JL on the right shoulder and H on ihe «¿ht hip. It not oUimed and expenses paid on or belore Alo« eloy the dib October next, be «id be poid at the pound ou that'day to defray the same. A. LAING, Poundkeeper, September 14, »82...

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THE DOGS' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

TIJE DOGS' PETITION. -000 Tempted by Hie serenity of the moonlight evening. I was last night passing near the Ship 1 nu about »he hour of ten. (If any one.consalting the Hobart town .Imannok, should say that the moon was not up al that höor on Friday the 25tb September 18S9,1 refer him to the head of this column, where hter noctnrn.il majesty in full splendour will speak for herself). Some gentlemen from the country were quietly walking up and down the balcony of the inn, calculating the pro tits of the farm produce which »hey bad come lo «own lojdispose Of ; the'Government House was just seen through the foliage of »he beautiful trees and shrubi which grow in front of that building- PiesiicH'» slim shop, Slocker's and Speak's elegant hutohers* store». Sttacey'saiid others caught my eye, and turning my self mond, the long vista of Elizabeth street, willi K11 Its elegant shops, stores and new buildings appeared lo rest in dignified repose from Hie noise and Usines» of Ihe preceding d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

SWAN'S STORES. J SWAN lias received by lue Elizabeth, and baa B now on sale : An excellent assortment of lace and edging«« Plain and figured bobbin nels, , Rich black and while lace veils, ., %., Bombazines and crape«, and crape trimmings. Black and coloured stuffs and merinos, Silk and olber shawls in great variety. Haberdashery of ail kinds, Hosiery and cloves, Pnuti and calicoes, A geneial assortment of men's and bo j's clothing Rich cut glass, consisting of decanters, water jugs and bottles, tumblers and goblets, wine and ale glasses, cruets, ¿ko. A larne choice of metal ware, in tea pots and oolite biggins, of (be last fashion. Cream jugs and sugar basons, Soup and sauce ladies, gravy, table, and tea spoons, (able and chamber candlesticks, Brass and japanned do. Muled and japanned decanter stands, Tt« belK, &C.&0. l Women's and children's straw bonnets and hats^ -Parasolsaud umbrellas... The above nooda, with his former general atook, «till be sold at very low p...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 September 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1829. Arrived on Saturday the 19th instant, the ship North Briton, 402 tons, Capt. George Morrison, from Leith, 24th May, with a general cargo of goods, pas- sengers Miss Juliana Lethman, Messrs. David Kirk,   Joseph Moore, John Moore, S P. Fergusson, Thomas   Miller, and Mary Miller and Ann Miller. Also for   Sydney Mr. Houston Mitchell, Mr. B.G.Bentley, Mr. Robert How, William Miller, George Hamilton   and John Kedder. The North Briton touched at the   Cape of Good Hope, which place she left the 10th August. Carßo of the North Briton. 3S0 boxes Mums Da«es and Hewitt. -3 bales bags Kemp & C<>. 6 do. linens and 2 bundles hardware John Kerr. 1'¿ boxes raisins, 3 cn es lints, I cask pease, 3b boxes slops, 3 do. cultons 24(10 B <th bricks, I, case paper, 21 casks bullied beer, 759 boxes window gla&s, 7 packages sundries, li) casks butter, 8 cas...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HOBART TOWN COURIER. Ellenthorp[?] Hall, Sept. 23, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

TO.THE EDITOR or THE HOBART TOWN COURIER. . Ellenlborpe Hall, Sept. 23,1829. SIR,-A report highly prejudicial to my Esta- blishment having lately been circulated in Ho- bart town, I request you will do me the favour lo publish the annexed letter from Mr. Cox, in order to satisfiy the mind« of the parents and guardian» whose children are intrusted tu my care, on how »light a foundation the report has been put in circulation. I au, Sir, your obedient servant, H. M. CLARK. To Mrs. G. Clark. .. September 22, 1829. " Dear Madam,-I can scarcely find words to ex- près» my »urprise at a report whiob I understand has been circulated in Hobart town, staling that I had removed my daughter», also the Misses Watts and Connelly.from your establishment. How such a re- port could have originated I am at a loss to account, it being well known to all my friends and acquaint- ance, that their visit to Clarendon was a short helyday given theaa oa acoount of your approaching accouoh ment, and that from ...

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THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. The Rev. Blanco White's plan for disposing of cri-; minali convicted In England, instead of tran.sponinp' them thither, ia to keep them at home and work tin ni in tread mills, bul with Ibis difference, which he con- siders a mnsl important improvement, namely, ' that instead of a certain period tiftimc, a convict should be sentenced to go thiotigha certain period of work. We menn, says he, (page 1S8 of his Review) that a com- putation should be made of tbe average number of miles for instance which a man sentenced to the tread wheel would be expected to walk in a week ; and that then a sentence of so many weeks' labour should be interpn led to mean so many miles.' After a long article on transportation this is the gist, the grand ul , limalum at which he arrives. I, however, who live in the midst of transported prisoners, would wish to say a few words to Mr. White on this point. Ile is a clergyman and must especially know that the spiritual part of the m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

Of THIS DAY CONTAINS. T NOTICE, (No. 213.^ ' Colo ary's Office, September 29,1829, ernor being desirous to nmik in a s high approbation of the mérito rvices of the three iudiiiduals by who recently absconded from the M'Leod, Esq. at Tallisker, were ^leas«(jtó direct that a Condition be immediately extended to John T 83) per Guildford, Constable in the Slice, and that a similar indulgence shall be i Ruuert Caldwell, (No. 4G0) per Malabar, . 12 months from the date of the said capture. The conduct of James Murray on this occasion is entitled to especial commendation, because, being al- ready free, be could no1 have been incited by the same motive, milich might bave influenced his com psnir ns, to use his utmost exertioni for effecting the apprehension of these lawless men. By His Excellency'? Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT'NOTICE. (No. 211.)   Colonial Secretary's Office, September 29,1829. Ihe Lieutenant Governor has been pleased lo direct the following rultt and regula...

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A LECTURE ON MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

A LECTURE ON MECHANICS. T have much pleasure in observing that Dr. Ross) is lo deliver a lecture on mechanics 011 Monday even-' injt. and I hope he will do justice to his subject f<» the field is a wide onel I shall endeavour to ho there. and m give n report of his proceedings ¡ti my columns,' and I'here give him du» notice that if he dots nut arquit iiinisnlfnt he ought, I shnll not skreen him, I am lint a simple man though an unknown one and an rditor. When I last drew a personal portrait of my st If I lind a rotund ubdntnen, nnd was, considering all lltiiio.s.'iii tolerable condition, being perhaps the lar}: es1 invisible object at that time to be seen in Christen dom. Sorry »ni I however to say. I have lately fallen ,ofT roust lamentably (I mean in flesh not in writing) and nm reduced Inamere shadow. I may well be "ssi'd lobe onkpown, for nobody Would know me to be Ihe .same person. So long as I retained my rotund obesity 1 might he said to have sometee¿#/ifasa pub li...

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HOBART TOWN ANTI[?]BURIAL BRANCH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

HOBART TOWN ANTI BURIAL BRANCH socicrY. Ï have the pleasure to announce thit a society un- der this denomination, in connexion willi the grand Anli-Bnriiil Society of London, has just been formed in Hobart town. The late ¡>rcat success of the branch provincial banks of the bank of England, of the nal- lian! speculations of Messrs. Humbug & Co. lately adverted lo in this journal and of other branch and auxiliary institutions, has induced the members to form themselves into this association. Like the con- cern of Humbug & Co. this branch society is con strnoted exactly on the plan of the parent institution of whifh the following is part of the prospectus : When a patient of Mr. Aheniethy's asks if he has any liver disense, he is told that Mr. Abernethy will tell bim ' if he will let him cut bim up.' The doctor is right in surmising that few of his living patients will put him to the trouble. Nothing could be more un- pleasant limn to be cut up »live. Hut as it has n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

A List of Publican's licensed to sell Wine, Spirits, &c for the years 1829 and 30: D. W. Bush, Tasmanian Inn, Argyle st. E. Reaniont, Scotch thistle, Liverpool st. H. Bye, Mnn of War, Argyle st. J. Bowden, Lamb, Brisbane st. J. Burgess, Jolly sailor, Campbell st. J. E. Cox, Macquarie hotel, Macquarie st. S. Collings, Help me thro' the World, Collins St. J. Chorley, St. Patrick, Harrington st. T. Chapman, Spotted cow, Liverpool st. George Cringer, Highlander, Macquarie st, W. Delimit, Dolphin, Campbell st. T. Dixon, Hope & Anchor. Macquarie st. G. Guest, Seven stars, Campbell st. A Hopwood, Green gate, Collins st. T. Haskis8on, Linn & Unicorn, Murray St. J. Ilairis, Wheat sheaf, Argyle st. B. Hancock, Black -wan. Goulburn st. J. Hewitt, White hart, New town road. W . J. Hamilton, Edinburgh Castle, Harrington it, J. Innes, Brown bear, Bathurst st. R. Lewis, The Leek, Macquarie st. W. Lewis, Rising Sun, Bathurst st. W. Lindsay, Stowell aims, Eti/abelh at. J. Les...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

SWAN'S STORES. J SWAN lias received bj the Elizabeth, and has m ' now on sale : An excellent assortment of lace and edgings, }Mnin and figured hobbin nets, Kiel) black and white lace veils, Bombazines anti crapes, and crnpe trimmings. Black ami coloured stuffs and merinos, Silk and other shaw li in great variety, Habeidashery of all kinds, Hosiery and gloves, , Prints and calicoes, A general assortment of men's and boy's clothing Rich cut glass, consisting of decanters, water jugs and bottles, tumblers and goblets, wine and ale glasses, cruets,¿te. A large choice of metal ware, in tea pots and coffee biggins, of the last fashion. Cream jugs and sugar basons, houp and since ladles, gravy, table, and tea spoons, table and chamber candlesticks, Brass and japanned do. Dated and japnnned decanter stands, Tea bells &c. &c. Women's and children's straw bonnets and hats, Purntols and umbrellas. Tlie above goods, with his former general stook, «ill be so'd at very low prices....

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

THE     HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 3, 1829. Sailed on Wednesday, the ftttb September, the | brig Elizabeth. Cap!. Tiias. M'Donnell, for Port Jackson, with part of her import cargo, and the foi. lowing shipped at this port-18 boxea naakeeni.uats, eoiubs. carpels, silks, Canton and grasa cloths, 9 packages tea, carpeting, silks, books, saddlery and apparel, -44<l bushels wheat, 690 bags and 7 casks pniators, 1015 kangaroo skins, I entiia horse, (Peter Fin). .--.. Passenger* from this plaee-Cap!. Harper, lit» of the EphemeM, ¿Messrk. Williams," Masoa, "Jeffery, Chambarlaiu, and Harriet Downar. Sailed also on Wednesday, the 30th, the ship North Brilan, Cspt. Geo. Monson, with her import cargo, eoiitigned to Sydne«, sod the following shipped at ibis port. i24'ba|ta floor, 81 boxes and casks of «nrabi, tobacco pipes, cheese and window glut. Passenger from this port-Mr. J. A- \l bit«, and ft»e of Itvr original passengers. The...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 October 1829

G1 IG Harness and Shoes and Boots for Sale on r reasonable term». Apply to the Trustee» of Mi. Lord't Estate, at their office, Elizabeth street, next door to Mr.'Langford'». 'JAMES GRANT. > /THOMAS HEWITT, > Trastee»/ < CHAS. M'LAC H LAN, S ERIN LODGE, MACQUARIE RIVER. '' TUB undersigned hat laid in a general assortment of Merchandize, consisting of hardware, slops, haberdashery, wearing apparel of various qualities, hosiery, white and black »ilk hats, groceries, g1»»», delph proof spirit» and wine in not less quantifie» than ó gallons. Hackett'» much esteemed cordials, stationery, window glass, pickles, tait,currant», sacks, r <pe, and other anieles ton numerous to mention which will be disposed of at Hobart town prioe» for caib, olean wheat or washed wool. J. GARDINER. Ootober 1, 1829. WANTED immediately, a sober, honest Man as Head Waiter at the Macquarie Hotel. None need apply who cannot bring respectable testimony of their character and ability for t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 October 1829

FOR LONDON DIRECT, ¿¿¿Lrr^HE fine fast sailing first class ship TfflpQE J. PRINCE REGENT. Al. at Lloyd's Captain Mallard, R.N. Commander, having left this Port fur Sydney on the 10th inst. and having a very small proportion of her cargo to disoharge there, has contracted to return to Hobart town by the 1st of Oc- tober, to take in 250 Imperial Tons of Oil, and 100 bales of Wool, together with about 40 tons of other freight. As these goods will be all ready for ship- ment immediately on the arrival of the ship, her stay in this port will not exoeed 25 days. The Prince Regent is fitted up in superior style fur passengers, and carries an experienced surgeon. For freight or passage apply to » KEMP & CO. Agents. Macquarie street, Aug. 21,1829. N.B.-Wool and other goods intended for the Prince Regent, warehoused free of expense, FOR LONDON DIRECT. IHE river built ship LADY HARE- WOOD, Richard Limon, Comman- der. This ship having the greater part of her eargo en- gaged, will procee...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 October 1829

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. On Monday evening Dr; Ross delivered hi« first lecture on Mt dinnies', to a i ery numerous and res- pectable audience who honoured the lecture with llieir presence, 1 he following arc extracts : The number and size* Of these open spaces in lilies are not always the same, for the operations of hint and cold are continually var} in g them. Heat applied to any substance expands it, or causes it to oicupy moto space. A har or rod of iron which when cbld will exactly pass through a certain open- ing, ami »iii lie lengthwise between two fixed points, ii healtd to a ceitain degree will be found ton thick and loo long to do either. The common Gunter'« chain with which the Surveyor General measures the ¡,'1.111(1 of land, is composed of a number of small rods «if iron nulled links, namely, lOOoflhcni, and if a Mile line of 4 or 500 chains be measured in a cold frosty day in winter, and again in a burning bot day ¡ti.slimmer, with the links dragging over the hot Moues ...

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