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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 27, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

f£l# Catfvt*t% FRIDAY EVENING. MAIICH 27, 1840. OUR attention has been called, by various cor- respondents, to the scarcity of labour at present existing in this island, and the probability of the total abolition of assignment, which will render it impossible to carry on agriculture to the extent that has hitherto prevailed. We have before addressed ourselves to the people of the colony on this iubject-it is in vain to expect anything from the Government-and urged the propriety of some measures being adopted to facilitate the immigration of free labour to Van Diemen's Land. - As to Vau Diemen's Laud being but " the bridge" to other colonies, that excuse can now no longer avail, as Port Phillip is able, out of her own Land Fund, to sustain herself with free labour, and already several emigrant ships have arrived. Independently of this, much higher wages can be obtained here, consist- ently with the price of provisions, than in any of the surrounding colonies. But while the utmost exe...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

SYDNEY.   Convict Discipline.-The Magistrates have   had two meetings during the week, in order to consider two propositions which have been sub- mitted to them for their opinion, by His Excel- lency the Governor. One is to do away with the muster of ticket-of-leave men as at present conducted, and to make these men in some way responsible for the peace of the district, and liable to be called upon to assist the police at any time. It is also proposed to issue a sort of minor ticket of-leave, or ticket of exemption. We believe the Magistrates have not yet concluded their debate upon the matter so as to agree to a report to His Excellency. The meetings are of course private, but we understand their worships are far from being unanimous,-Herald, March 2. Tax on Pastoral Agriculture.--The price of yearly leases of Crown Waste Lands, by a smart and pithy Government Notice, dated the 15th instant, is raised four hundred per cent., namely, from one pound to five ...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

LOCAL. Bothwell.-On Monday, the 16th instant, a splendid Ball and Supper took place here ; the assembly consisted of the respectable inhabitants of the district ; the management was entrusted to a committee of the following gentlemen : Messrs. Wilkinson, Allardycc, M'Dowall, Wheat ly, and Anderson, who spared no exertions in eil'ecting the necessary arrangements, which gave universal satisfaction. Dr. Hall, who was ap- pointed master of the ceremonies, conducted the duties of his office with such courtesy and ability as greatly to enhance the pleasure and gratifica- tion of all present. Dancing commenced at an early hour, and was kept up with unabated spirit until the morning. The ball room was brilliantly lighted and elegantly decorated; at the upper end was a medallion of the Queen, painted on a ground of imperial purple, and encircled with the appropriate wreath of the laurel and white roses ; at the lower end was placed the Tasmanian Arms, surrounded with wattle, English oak, an...

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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 19th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 19th March. There were but ten persons charged with drunken- ness, which, considering the Races, was a very small number, and it being holiday time our reporter has given them a little latitude, by keeping then names behind the curtain. George Frake, a ticket-of-leave constable, was charged with using unnecessary violence upon a poor old man, who was in the watch-house under a charge of drunkenness. It appeared he made a rush to- wards the door of the watch-house, when the valiant Frake struck him on the head with his staff; to render this brutality more brutal was the presence of three other constables and the watch-house keeper, which, as a matter of course, put aside the fear of escape; he was very properly sentenced to three months' hard labour on the roads. Thomas Reed was charged by Constable Gold- smith with being a rogue and a vagabond, and fre- quenting the Races for the purpose of committing a felony ; three mouths' hard labour to the H...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. Before His Honor the Chief Justice and a Special Jury of Twelve. MONDAY, 16th MARCH, 1840. Doe d. Mackillop v. Lascelles. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. I Before His Honor the Chief Justice and a Special Jury of Twelve. , MONDAY, lClh MARCH, 1840. Hoed. Mackillop v..Lascelles. This was an action of ejectment brought by the holder of a grant, issued in 1837. The defence was, that the crown had been out of possession for twenty years, and had not brought any writ of intrusion ; und that under the statute 21, James 1, the parly iu possession was entitled to hold possession until the title hud been tried aud adjudged for the crown. The Chief Justice directed the jury that the plaintiff must recover unless the statute applied, and he would not give any opinion whether it did or did not, because that question was now pending before the Court in another case-the case of Lord v. Mac- laren. He would, however, for the present take it for granted it did, because His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu, had so directed in that case. His Honor then directed the jury, that if they thought that the crown had been out of possession...

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THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 27 March 1840

THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING; MARCH 27 1840. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 60, Colonial Secretary's Office, March 25.   The period for which the under-mentioned persons were transported, expiring at the date placed after their respective names, certificates of their freedom may be obtained, then, or at any subsequent period, upon applica-   tion at the Muster Master's Office, Hobart Town, or at that of a Police Magistrate in the interior : Augusta Jessie-Daniel Beadle, 15th April; James   Cribb, 15th do ; Thomas Reed, 8th do. Andromeda-Thomas Bennson, 19th April ; George Duncan, 21st do ; Grame Finlayson, 2nd do ; James Hensey, 13th do. Asia 4 - John Goodwin, 11th April; Thos. Schooler, 30th do. Atlas-Joseph Pitman, 19th April. Bardaster-James Lovell, 8th April. Chapman and Science-Thomas D'Arcy, 30th April. Elizabeth-William Wood, 26th April. Emperor Alexander-James Fitzgerald, 2nd April. Gilmore-Edward Edwards, llth April; John White- head, 11th do. ...

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Meteorological Observations, From March 26 to April 1, at Hobarton, 2 o'Clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

Meteorological Obsarratlosui, From March 26 to April I, at Hobarton, 2 o'Cloeheach De». \ n.M. n.w. Bar, Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tuei. Wed. 29 9 00 0 130 1 B9 9 30 0 130 2 30 I Mean Tem. 30.1 61 Wind. North West Ditto Ditto Ditto South East Ditto Ditto Velocity of the Wind. 30 30 20 10 10 10 Westhsr. Fine Rainy, t Very Cloud; Fine Ditto Ditto Ditto Depth of Rain, 0.1 inch. Sun rises, 6h. 20m. Sun sets, fib. 40m. Daylight begins, 4M. 50m. Daylight ends, Th.lOm. Length of day, 1 lb. 20m. I Day decreases, 3b. 55m. ? Clock before sun, Oh. 3m. ? Moon'sF.Q.,9thd>y,4p.«- ? Alt Orders, Advertisements, or Communications, intends! fir this Paper, should be forwarded, addressed io (.* Proprietor of the Courier, early in the teeth. Short Notices and Advertisements can be received until ti* o'clock on Thursday Evening, after whick tim*, «»* nouncemtnts, if sent, cannot appear until tkt *ns*i*f week. AOCNTS. Mr. H. DOWLING, , ifaoasfIf*/, Launceston. Mr. Tsoa, Bookseller, Georgs Street, Sydn...

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THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser. J LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. The business done in wheat during the week has been rather extensive, chiefly at Ils. per bushel, but some sales have taken place at 12s., mid holders ask 12s. Od. for a superior sample. Though the price vacillates, and both sellers and buyers are timid and doubtful in their move- ments, Upon the whole, wc think present mt es will be maintained for a time ; and, in case of immediate demands for exportation, may even advance-a very high price, however, must be temporary. Growers, at present remu- nerating rates, will be induced to bring their crops into the market, when ready for delivery ; and the quantity of wheat grown this year, it must be remembered, far exceeds that of any former year; and the increased quantity, we believe, is fully sufficient to meet the increased demand. We form our opinion of the probable price of wheat, from the state of the market some time previous to the close of the last se...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. WE have received Cape papers to the ¿>th of February. The Assembly had met, and had passed a Servants' and Apprentice Act. Lieu- tenant-Colonel Hare had had an interview with the Kafir Chiefs, in which they appear to have bearded him to his face. Much excitement was occasioned in consequence. The death of " the College" is duly announced.

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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1840. GLOOMY PROSPECTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

Ofre Courier* . THURSDAY EVENING, AÍRIL 2,1840. GLOOMY PROSPECTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. the colonists of New South Wale« and Van Diemen's Land will be sorely annoyed by one of =the resolutions passed at a public meeting in the Mansion-house of Dublin on Saturday last. The meeting, of which an account is given elsewhere, was held for the purpose of promoting emigration to New Zealand. So far no one can complain ; the colonizers of New Zealand are fully entitled to recommend their own enterprise. , But the second resolution casts a stigma on New South Wales and Van' Diemen's Land, and was avow» edly intended to condemn and impede emigration to those colonies. It was resolved, " That, in the opinion of this meeting, it is unjustifiable to induce intending emigrants to take up their abode in the midst of the vice and immorality which notoriously prevail in the penal colonies ; but that such persons should be encouraged to settle in countries where they will be likely, 'not only to thrive i...

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SUPREME COURT—GAOL DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

I SUPREME COURT-G AOL DELIVERY. | At LAUNCESTON-On Wednesday, 15th April. At HOBARTGN-On Tuesday, 21st April. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SITTINGS. At LAUNCESTON-On Wednesday, 15th April. QUARTER SESSIONS. At HOB AUTON- On Mondnv, Gtli April. At RICHMOND-On Monday, 20th April. At OATLANDS-On Mondnv, 27th April. At NEW NORFOLK-On Monday, 13th April. At LONGFORD-On Monday. 20th April. At CAMP BELT ON-On Tuesday, 7th April. COURT OF REQUESTS. At OATLANDS- On Saturday, 4th April. State of the Female House of Correction, Hobart town, March 31.-Number assignable for Hobart, 7; do. for the interior, 33. State of the Female House of Correction, Laun- ceston, March 28.-Number assignable, 2.

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

ENGLISH NEWS. 'Earl Fortescue, having lealgned the Lord Lieu- tenancy and Vice-Admirahhip of Devonshire, on account of his advanced age, Lord Ebrington has been appointed his successor in both offices.- Colonial Gazette, Nov. 6. Sir Robert Rolfe, Solicitor-General, is to be the new Judge, in the Room of the late Mr. Justice Vaughan. At the meeting of Parliament a new writ for Falmouth and Penryn will be issued -¡bid. Mr. Vernon Smith appointed the Bon of Mr. Sharp, a retired barber in Northampton, to an office in the India House. This appointment created much re- mark, as it was known to be given for electioneering services rendered by the father ; and that such was the fact, is plainly avowed in the following passage of a published letter from Mr. Smith to Mr. Sharp " With regard to myself, I can add, that it has often excited my surprise that your zeal should stimu- late you to so much labour without any reward but the constant success that has attended j our endea- vours. 1 have ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING[?] APRIL 3, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

THE COURIER FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 3, 1840. ENGLISH intelligence has been received by the Runnymede, to the 25th of November. The Whigs were still in, and would meet Parliament early this year, when it was expected that the Royal speech would contain an intimation of Her Majesty's projected marriage with Prince Albert, and a recommendation that some fitting provision be made for His Royal Highness. The celebration of this event will give the Whigs another respite. It is rumoured that Lord Minto will go out as Governor-General of India. Sir John Campbell succeeds Lord Plunkett as Chan- cellor of Ireland, and the somewhat strange ap ? pointment of Mr. Sergeant Wilde to the At- torney-Generalship is announced. Mr. Sergeant Talfourd is to be the new Solicitor-General. " The despatches" received by the Runny- mede are, as usual, of the " highly satisfactory" complexion. But alas ! deep silence prevails on the fate of the Prohibition Bill, whilst it is, as it were, quietly inurned in some ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

Advertisement. HAVING lately been honoured with the company of the great folks from Hobart Town, on the occasion of the Lieutenant-Governor's exploring visit, I was much distressed to know whether I should put claret upon the table or not. I consulted with my friends, who said-not. As I fully expect the same honour at some future time, and not feeling satisfied with their decision, I should be greatly obliged if any friend would inform me upon the subject, as I should be sorry not to have every thing in the most genteel style possible. Red Brick House, P-P HOSPITALITY. Por Sydney. THE first class bark Mandant, SOO tons burthen, Alexander Murdoch, commandar, is now ready to receive cargo for the above port, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to Old Wharf, March 31. J. & R. W. MURDOCH. For Port Phillip. 71HE fast sailing ship Lord Sidmouth, 200 tons, Wm. ¡Marr, master, now on the beith, and will have quick despatch. For...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

LOCAL. Much excitement has been occasioned in Hobarton by the fact having been made known of the Home Government having sanctioned the issuing of a writ of scire facias to try the validity of the grant in the Bellevue case. By this decision the Caveat Board is at once super- seded, and the lawyers are all on the alert in the expectation of a rich harvest. Hundreds of titles will thus become matter of dispute. We have heard of fifty or sixty cases in Bothwell alone. What with the preposterous notion that twenty years' possession in a new colony is good against the Crown ; nay, more, that it is good unless the Crown can show that it has derived rents and profits from the land in dispute during that period, coupled with the present power given to the subject of re-opening all formerly con- tested questions, there is no security whatever in a grant from the Crown. If the statute of James applies, and no laws of the mother country apply, which enn be proved to demonstration to be, accord...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

I TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. \ Sut, I have waited to observe whether the martial mid om- niscient Editor of the Review lind received the istcllU gencc which I now do myself the honour to communicate to you for public information. This intelligence I re- ceived from the best authority, by the prison ship which arrived last week, and as it is such as mny be interesting to many more, particularly to our veteran friend Murray, 1 hope it will not be held "an intrusion on your columns. .My letter is dated late in November last, and intimates the following changes, which are forthwith to take place amongst great folks at home. In the first place, it was a decided and a settled thing that the Tories weie to come in at tim next meeting of the House. The Queen had quite altered her tone, and lind resolved to place all reliance Upon Wellington and Sir Hubert Peel. The fresh Ministry is to be nearly al- together a Military one. The'Duke is to be the first Lord of the Trensury ; Sir Robert Pe...

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THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

SHS gyy^. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1840. (GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. C2, Colonial T Secretary's Office, April K - Tlie Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be no- tified, that the Right Honourable the 'Secretary of State for the Colonies has intimated in a Despatch, "dated 22ud September, 1839, that Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to, approve and confirm the under-mentioned Act, passed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, in the month of August, 1838 : No. 13. " An Act to amend the Laws for the regu- lation of the Ctistomsof Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies." By His Excellency's command, '" _ M. FORSTER. (GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 63, Colonial "W Secretary's Office, March 27. Under the power in me vested hythe Act of this Island, intituled " An Act for the better regulating the Keeping and Carriage of Gunpowder," I do hereby notify, that from henceforth all Gunpowder imported into this Island, cither coastwise or other- wise, within the Port of Launceston, shall be landed or s...

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DESERTION. Hobart Town Barracks, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

DESERTION. Hobart Town Barracks, March 31.   REPORT of a Deserter from the 51st Regiment of   Foot: - Name, Timothy Manning ; age, twenty-six years ten months ; s¡ze. five feet eight inches ; complexion, fresh ; hair, black; eyes, blue; marks, none; date of desertion, 91st .March, 1840; from whence deserted, Jerusalem, V. D. Land ; date of enlistment, 13th May, 1833 ; place . of enlistment, Gosport ; Parish where bom, Sbadbury ; County, Warwick-; former trade, labourer; dress at the time of desertion, coat or jacket, fustian jacket waistcoat, red and white striped or fustian trousers. W. H. ELLIOTT. Lieutenant-Colonel 51st Regiment Light Infantry.   Office of Ordnance, Hobart Town, April 2. NOTICE is hereby given, that all Drafts for Ordnance and Convict Services, under the     Signature of the Ordnance Storekeeper, should be presented by the parties in whose favour they are -drawn to the Commissariat Department for pa...

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THE CONDITION AND CAPABILITIES Of Van Diemen's Land, as a Place of Emigration. Being the Practical Experience of nearly Ten Years' Residence in the Colony. By JOHN DIXON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

THE CONDITION AND CAPABILITIES Of Van Diemen'» Land, a» a Place of Emigration. Being the Practical Expert ence of nearly Ten Year»' Residence in the Colony. By JOHN DIXOK. Mr. Dixon resided in Van Diemen's Land for nearly ten yean, and only left the colony be- cause " prosperity" wat leaving it. During hil sojourn, he was ''engaged for a time in agri- culture, and for a much longer period in trade, nd as his " businéss'îëd him among every order . of society, and into every department of their ffaire," MtvDixon concludes himself "tolerably competent to perform the task he has under- taken ;" which is, to describe the natural, social, and political condition of the island, to inves- tigate the causes of its decay, and to suggest remedies for the revival of its prosperity. The body of the little book scarcely answers to this proem ; but it has its points. Mr. Dixon ?describes the physical appearance of Van Die men's Land with more graphic picturesqueness titan any modern writer we have...

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 3 April 1840

Shipping Intelligence HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. March 28-the bark Runnymede, Foreward, from Lon don, 20th November, with 200 male prisoners, Mr. P. Fisher, Surgeon Superintendent. Cabin passenger, Mr. J. P. Gell. The guard consists of Captain Foreman Ensign Harris, and 29 men of the 51st regiment- C. McLachlan, agent. 29-the bark Augustus, Miglbrd, from Salem, United States, I Ith December, with n cargo of merckandue, J. Boves, agent. 29-the bark Faerie Queen, Hickman, from Manul» and China, with a general cargo-passengers, Isaac Lane«, two seamen, and Henry Haggans. 29-the bark Lord Sidmouth, Marr, from Port Lincoln, 22d March, in ballast-passenger, Dr. Cugan. DKFARTURtS. March 30-the bark Mary Ann, Stevenson, for Sydney, with merchandize and passengers. PORT or LAJKCISTON. ARRIVALS. March 24-the bark Socrates, 152 tons, Cowton, from Port Port Phillip, in ballast. 24-the schooner Bandicoot, 50 tons, put into Georg« Town, (bound for Port Phillip) through stress of weather, 25-the schoon...

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