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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

SALES BY AUCTION. Provost Marshals' Office, 1st August 1818. By Virtue of a Weit of Fieri Facias iflüed forth of the Lieutenant Governor's Court, Wright v. Fowles, T Will Caofe lo be Set ¿ip for Sale by Pub * lie Auftion, on Wednesday next, the 5th inftant, a Houfe Ind Premifes, with a Farm ¡containing Thirty Acresof G rant Land,and the Growing Wheat thereon, fituate at Clarence Plains; aifo, one Pair of Working Bullocks. Like wife, the Houfehold Furniture and Ap. pertenances thereto belonging i *he Property oflhe Defendant in this Caufe, uníais the Execution thereon be previoufly fuperleded. By Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Fací« iffued forth of the Lieutenant Governor's Court, Redfern v. Purdon, I will cause to be set up for sale by pub- lic auction, on Tuesday next, the 4th in- stant, a boat with oars, sail, and rudder, now lying in that part of the creek opposite the guard house; the property of the de-   fendant in this cause, unless the execution   thereo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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POLICE REGULATIONS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 1st August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

POLICE REGULATION. GOVIRNMENTHOUSI, HOBARTTOWN, Saturday, ift Auguft, 1818. THE following Articles of the Code of Po- lite Regulations, eftabliihed at Port Jack ion, by His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, under Date iii July, 1811, and in this Colony, by the late Lieutenant Sovrrnor, on the 27th of April, 1816, appearing of the ut moft importance to the Security of Perfons andi Property in this ¡negating Settlement, they are now reprinted and publiihed for general Inform- ation ; and all the Inhabitants are required to conform to and to ohey the fame: 1*--Every Houfe-keeper refident in Hobart Town, or within one Mile thereof, (hall, on or before the 20th ofthisprefent Month, enter or caafe to be entered with the Police Magiftratortheirrefpe&ive Names, Places of Abode, and ¿ho Names of iheir Children and Servants; and a lío the Names of fuch Strangers or other Perfons, as (hail be rendent with .them, or íhall remain in their Houfes; and alio (hall from Time io Time report t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

FEES received in the Deputy Judge Advo- cate's Office, Van Diemen's Land, includ- ing all Expences of each Suit of the follow- ing Amounts :—£ s. d. When the Sum sued for does not ex-       ceed One Pound—0 0 6     If above One Pound, and not ex-     ceeding Two Pounds—0 1 0     If above Two Pounds, and not ex- ceeding Five Pounds—0 7 4   If above Five Pounds, and not ex-       ceeding Ten Pounds—0 14 8 If above Ten Pounds, and not ex- ceeding Thirty Pounds—1 10 4       If above Thirty Pounds—1 14 4       PROVOST MARSHAL'S FEES. For every Summons, where the Sum does not exceed Two Pounds—0 2 0      If above Two Pounds, and not ex- ceeding Five Pounds—0 5 0     If above Five Pounds, and not ex- ceeding Ten Pounds—0 10 0     If above Ten Pounds, and not ex- ceeding Thirty Pounds—0...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 1st August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 1st August, 1818. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR is pleased to direct that the Work now in progress for the reception of Guns upon the Southern Point of the Harbour, shall be called MULGRAVE BATTERY, in Honor of the Right Hon- orable the Earl of Mulgrave, Master- General of the Ordinance, General of   His Majesty's Forces, Colonel of the   31st Regiment, &c. &c. &c. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

Hu' HofcoiC «he LI»UT*NANT Govn&o* has thought proper to direct, «hat all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, vite SbUTÈERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to b« confidcred is Officia* Communication! nudcAo thófe Pcrfons /to whom they miy rehte. ".._7 ... -J .""_,- ^ (BY COMMAND OF HI« HONOR,) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House Hobart Town, Wednesday, August 5th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

áÓVT. AI>lD"Gf£^EtlAL ORDERS: ; Government tfoufö Hobart Town, WedneídayrAu¿üft 5th? 1818. ' M'R.i'Aífiftaoe SürgeSd fouMGe' having ^;i8faintedhimte]ÍFfrbtn Itort Dalrymple (at which Station be wi'jb ordered to ào Duty) withoutPermiffioo oHhje COMMANDANT, and being now in direct Difotóetiience to the Authority of'lht LIBUTIK^MT CJGVÍRNOR, and of the Commandant of Port Dalrymple, His HONOR the LI«OTENAHT GOVERNOR is pleafed-to declare Afliftan^Surgeoln Younge So be fu f pended from the*Exer&tfo of his Duty, and from Pay andAUow«n!ces from the Day of hii abfenting jbiniielf from Port Dalrymple without LeíVfíuniíI Mis EXC'ELLINCY the GoysiLNOR iii' Caiiyf,Commands Ihiil be received. X l ~ /-" By XjQtútíiim of H13 Honor ^he Jjíiéutenarit Governor, 'm fffl/jSl Robin fon, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

- FOLLCE REGULATIONS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBARTTOWN, Saturday, lft Auguft, 1818. rp HE'following Articles of the Code of Po *. lice Regulations, eftablifhed at Port Jack fon, by His EXCELLENCY Ihe GOVERNOR in CH i RP, under Date i ft July, 1811, and in this Colony, by the late Lieutenant Governor, on the 27th of April, 1816, appearing of the ut moft importance to the Security of Perfons and Propercy in this incrfafing Settlement, they are now reprinted and puhliihed for general Inform- ation ; and ali the Inhabitants ere required to conform*to and to obey the fame:«-» L~-Every Houfe-keeper rendent in Hobart Town, or within one Mile thereof, fhall, on or before the 20th of this prefent Month, enter or caafc to be entered with the Police Magißratertheirrefpe&ive Names, Placea ot Abode, and «the Names of iheir Children and Servants; and a lib the Names of fuch Strangers or other Perfons as (hall be reiident with them, or (hall remain in'their Houfes; and alio (hall from Time-to ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, 4th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS, Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, 4th August, 1818. . WHERE As Michael Howe, a Crown Prisoner now at large, stands charged in addition to his former Offences with the Mur- der of WILLIAM DREW (commonly called Slambow), on Friday the 10th of October. In addition to the Reward of One Hundred Guineas already offered for the apprehension of the said Michael Howe, His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to de- clare that he will recommend to His EXCEL- LENCY for a Free Pardon and his Passage to England, as Crown Prisoner who shall be the means of apprehending the said Michael Howe.   ByCommand of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, [?]st August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 1st August, 1818.   HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERN- OR is pleased to direct that the Work now in progress for the reception of Guns upon   the Southern Point of the Harbour, shall be called MULGRAVE BATTERY, in Honor of the Right Honorable the Earl of Mulgrave,     Master-General of the Ordnance, General   of His Majesty's Forces, Colonel of the 31st Regiment, &c. &c. &c. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House Hobart Town, Saturday, 8th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL OÏIDJËRSJ Government Houfc^Ho^rt/Town, Saturday,* 8th Aii¿uAJffJÍ818.. WEDNESDAY Next, the^thlnfeaht, be ing the Anmverfary olihe Bîrpi-Dày of HlsRoYALHlGHN5SSthepRÍKe*/ReGENT, it will be obfcrved as a Holiday throughout the Settlement, and theGorernnífbt AÍrtific'ers and Labourers are to ht exempli from Work on that Day. ¿h ¡, The Royal Standard wflf he h/oifted at Sun rife; and at Twelve o' Circle a /Royal Salute will be fired from Malgra«^ fWterv ;'and the Detachment of the 48 th Rfèginànt at this Sta- tion will fire a Feue de Joíeon the Ground from the Southern Point of the. Harbour towards the Town. "" f>> / The A&ing Depuly^ffiílaht Commiflary General will direct the un«? Donation of Haif- a-Pint of Spirits and a¿%ixr»á Kation of One Pound of Freih Meat to^^íítued from His Ma jefty's Stores to each Nft^coáthiffioned Officer and Soldier ferving att(M§, Sialiort; and alfo One PotinH of Freih fám **nd Half-a-Pini of Spirits each to the Superintenda...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

DISTRESSING CALAMITY PRODUCING   SUICIDE.- The truth of the following most affecting circumstance may be relied upon in every particular:-A poor woman who had lately come to reside in a village near Spalding, and whose husband had ab- sconded, was totally destitude of food for herself and three children. In this distress, she went to a neighbour's house, and re- turned with a bucket full of grains, used in feeding swine. These she placed at the door of her cottage as food for her famish- ing babes, and rushing out of doors, went and hanged herself ; nor was she discovered till she was quite dead.----Thus was strik- ingly exemplified that affecting incident mentioned in the beautiful parable of the Prodigal Son, "He would fain have filled   his belly with the husks that the swine did eat."-The above fact, which occurred ve- ry lately, is mentioned with a view of con- vincing those whom heaven has blest with the means of doing good, what extremity of distress...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

HOBART TOWN.                 Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, ESq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. The advertisement from Mr. G. has been   received; which, without deviating from our   general rule with regard to punctuality of payments, cannot be inserted. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived on Tuesday last from Port Dalrymple, the brig Jupiter, Capt. Ainsworth, with a cargo of wheat the produce       of that Settlement. Remain in the harbour, the ship Ann and the brig Sophia (both whaling); also the brig     Jupiter and the Derwent schooner. It cannot be too generally known, that pulling off the blossoms of potatoes as soon as they   appear, will have the effect of increasing the produce of this nutritious invaluable root in the proportion of one-sixth; and there will be fewer   small roots.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

The melancholy fate attending the ship Boyd, and the massacre of the crew by the   natives of New Zealand, we deem may not be   uninteresting to our Readers. We copy the   particulars from Nicholas's narrative of a voyage to New Zealand, recently published in London. The Boyd, a ship of 500 tons, commanded by Captain John Thompson, was chartered by   government in 1809 to take out convicts to New South Wales; when, having completed that   business, she embarked a number of passengers at Port Jackson, and proceeded to New   Zealand for a cargo of timber. "GEORGE (the chief of Wangeroa) stated,         that himself and another of his countrymen being together at Port Jackson they both agreed with Captain Thompson to work their passage to their own country. It happened   he said, however, that he was taken so ill himself during the voyage, as to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 August 1818

                    BOXHO, Valentine, Hippolites, and Depruse, male servants to R. W. Loane, Esq., and Manaoo and Serafín, two female servants   to Madame Dhotman, leaving the Colony on the Derwent schooner, all Claims against them are desired to be immediately presented for Payment at Mr. Loane's in Macquarie-street. SAMUEL WEBB, proceeding to Port Jackson in the Derwent Schooner, as Servant   to R. W. LOANE, Esq. requests all Claims may be immediately presented. MARK ELLIS, o( Argyle-street, respect-   fully acquaints the Inhabitants of Hobart   Town, that on Monday next he intends  be- ginning to have Fresh Mutton for Sale at his house, of the very best Quality, at 6d. per lb.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

Hi« HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to diro6t, that all Public Communications whicb may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORJER$ figncd with any Official Signature, ire to bo confidertd is Officiil Communications madexo thole Ferions to whom ihey miy reUte. ' (BY COMMAND OF HIS HOWOR,)_ H. K. KOBINSOH,Decretory*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

TO is SOLD, on Saturday the 22d Itift.One , Government Horfe, One Mare with foal« and a Poney :-And wanted to psrchafe for Government Servive, Three Strong Draught Horfes.-«Applications to be made to the Act- ing Engineer and Infpeclor of Public Wofkf. i ' . i n» JOHN DERRAGH is appointed an Overfeer on the Government Public Works, under the Acting Engineer and Infpe&or. ; By Command of His Honor, » * _H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Deputy Afidant CommiiÏAry General's Office» Hobart Town, Saturday, 8th Auguft, l818. TPHE Quantity of Grain now on Hand not *? being fufficient for the Purpofes of Odvera« ment up to the enfumg Harveft ; Notice if hereby gi ven, that on Tuefdav the ill of Septem- ber next His Majefty's Magazines at this Station will be opened for the Reception of from Two |to Three Thoufand Burnell of WheM» front thofe Perfons who may feel inclined to fupplf the fame» " By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor," T. Archer, Aflg. Drpv. Aflîft. Commy. tSéhf» | S...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 15th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. I SECRETARY'SOFFICB, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, loth Auguft, 1818. VT OTICE is herby given, that His the Inten *-^» tion of the LHUTENANT GOVERNOR! to fubmit for the Approbation of His EXCEL L e N c v the GOVE R KOR in Cn i a F, propofals forf Building by Contract a W*.ll round the County'" 3aol at Hobart Town * Any Perfons inclined tot make Propofals tor undertaking this Work, will « be informed of the Scale» Extent, and al] ne«'< ceffary particulars at the Office of the A ¿ling i Engwerand Infpeclor of Works ; and all Pro-3 pofals containing Terms, fcc, arc required to he 1 addreded, under Seal, to that Officer, on or be- lote the 3otltIuftant1

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

w POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN Saturday, 15th August, 1818.   WHEREAS Richard Baker, a Convicl, 5 feet 5 inches high, fresh complexion, black hair,............., 19 years of age, bom in   the county oí Rent ; was tried at Maidstone ¡n the said county in 1815, and sentenced to be transported for Life, has absconded from Hobart Town, and is at large in the Woods; QlTh^'íínáetUrfeationed Prifoners, whofr ;3^r^rthd"DefC7lp«onsh*fe been tnfertedin (ever al formet.ójazettea, being (liLL abfent from their reípeélive Employments without PaiTci, ill Contables and,others aro commanded to efe their utmoft Exertions to apprehend and 'lodge them in fife Cuftody, From Hobart Town.--Henry CreflVell, John í -. VyaWt, John Peterlnn, Will/am Glover alias Loder, and Thomas Perrmg. From Launcefton,-James Blake and Richard Baldwin,late Servants to Mr. Dry. .. #| . And all Perlons are cautioned not, iji" har- bour» encourage, or maintain the laid »OfFen (ders, on pain of the Penal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

Si».,n»-)|. i ? »«i ?? il I ? ? ? II »??? wini» .1 i ? ??«??.II i ? I Ü.l'lCsí. ut hereby given to all Perlon» ( wh,ofe Cattle; are now trelpading oa Car-^ «Dgton Plains, in the Didr»6t of the Coal JR i vej, that ¿u niola th-y remove the fame on or before the 30th of this Month they will be Impounded. , I*. DAV,SY. HcfHartAfrtvrh, it^h Anruft 10*18. ullin 1 II.n »i * m 11^1 ¡t »I« »ml» V' )»'' li ? -.? A"" NO I^Ot,-In coijicqueiice or the Airaira of the Ute Edward fiued, deccaled, of WH Bf«-* - L. _ . I. /!?_-__*. if _ L ¿ - à T*-^....-. ~ -_ï.,^,. me*** Elizabeth.(treet, Hobart Town, remaining yet uri lett led, I do'hereby requeft a Meeting of hjs Creditors to rjoheidatttiohoufe of M effra. S ord and Clark, in Eliiabeth-ftreet. on Sa rday the 29th'lnftant, at 2 o'Clock in the afternoon; and that they will at .the fame time bring with them their refpeclive Accounts lind Demanda againd the Edale of the fa id Deceafed. Lune NORMANTON, Au£.t£.r Principal Creditor r --.. IuHlN S-MUMS, u...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 15th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 15th 1818.   A General Muster of the whole of the In- habitants (Civil Officers and Military ex- empted) will take place at the different Settle- ments on the Days herein-after-named, under the Inspection of His HONOR the LIEUTE- NANT GOVERNOR, assisted by Mr. Acting De- puty Asistant Commissary General ARCHER,         and A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Esq. Justice of Peace. At the Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, on Monday and Tuesday September 7th and 8th; all the Free Men of every Description on and off the Stores, residing in Hobart Town and adjacent Districts on this side of the River, including Queenborough to   Brown's River and North-west Bay down- wards, and New Town and its Environs as far as the Black Snake upwards. On Wednesday, September 9th, all the Free Women of every Description on and off the Stores in the same Districts. &...

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