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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 November 1829

w WANTED, a Working Overseer. He taust be an active man, and a good farmer. None reid apply whose ohnraolcr will not Leur the rtóete.t iiisestigntiun. Application to be made to Mr. Kerr, Mmqimie street. November 12, 11120. FREE OR TICKKT OF LEAVE MEN WANTED. ANTED, by the uuderr-igncd, six farming men of good clMtacter. Al"1'? to li.'BILTON. Hoik house, Campbell street. WANTED a {shepherd for a fine woolled Flock in the centre of the island, a person who is fully competent to the management and care of sheep, testimonials of chsraoter and ability of trust unexcep- tionable description will be required. Apply to the Printer of the Courier. PLOUGHING. ANY person willing to undertake the Ploughing and Sowing (seed will be found) of fifty acre» juf land on the enlate adjuiuing Mr. Hudsons, will apply to R. L. MURRAY. * Dynnyrne, Nov. 8. ' NOTICE, ALL persons basing claims on Messrs. Stynes and Troy of the Coal river, settlers, or on either of Ihem, are requested to forward the particula...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 November 1829

BANK 07 VAN DIEMEN's LAND. A General Meeting of the .Proprietär« of Bank Stook «ill be held on Monday, the 7th day of . December nest, for the purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing year« Those Proprietor« who intend to offer themselves ?? Candidates, «ill be pleased to signify the same in writing to the Board of Directors, through the Cashier at least seven days previous lo the day of election, T Y. LOWES, Cashier. Noveraboi 9,1829. CORNWALL BANK. THE Proprietors of tbe Cornwall Bank are in- formed that in conformity with a resolution passed at a special general meeting, held this day, they are called upon to pay a further instalment of £2 10s. per share due on the 1st December next, JAMES RANKEN, Secretary. Ludston, 2d Nov. 1829, MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.* MR. GIBLIN wilj dejiver a Lecture on Astro» nomy, on Wednesday «vening, the 6lh instant,. at the Court House, at3 p'clock precisely. WESLEY AN AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SO- CIETY. THE Committee of ¿he Hobart fown Wesleyan Auxili...

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[?]. MATHEWS'S SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 November 1829

ST. MATHEWS'S SPRING MEETING. Mr. Mathews continues to entertain the English publie wilh his astonishing performances at the Ly. ceum in the Strand. This year he has associated wilb himself in his labours the almost equally celebrated performer Mr. Yates, and they brought forward in May last a roost finished piece under the above title. He commences by sayingi that as he was preparing his annual production, he was nil « abroad for an at liome.' It was now the tenth at home, and be bad out- grow n his youthful days, be had taken French leave of his French acquaintances-his trip to Paris had been fairly tripped up-he had thrown away his memoran- dum book-he could no longer remember his Remin- iscences-he had cut bis country cousins and got rid of his invitations. What then could he do for sub- jects to anatohiise before the new bill gave facilities to such pleasant operations.' He Vrics various subjects and is overwhelmed with advice. Talk not to me, he exclaims, of the sooiety for th...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 14 November 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.   SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 14, 1829. Arrived on Thursday the 12th inst. the brig Tran mi re, 180 tons, Capt. James Smith, with goods from J.otidon, 23d June, passengers Capt. and Mrs. Wales and child. Sailed on Monday the 9th instant, the Ionia, Capt. Buck, with colonial produce for London, passenger Mr John Elliott. The ship American has arrived at Launceston from Sidney to load for London. - '-r«i¡tr«i.-\utiumies»t o». «tvi»nci, mutton anti lamb 4d. to 5d. beef öd. to 9i], potatoes ùs. (Jd. to 10s, a uni. Hay is scarce and green grass and barley is »old at Sd. to 1». per bundle. The legislative council, we hear, is summoned to assemble in about 10 days from this time. The next session of the criminal court begins on, Monday 7th December next, and after the delivery of the gaol here will adjourn to Launceston, lire 4iii term of the civil court commences ou the same d-iy. An inquest was held on Thursday on the body of a male infant which had been foun...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

LAUNCESTON COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. TENDERS for the undermentioned contracts to be entered into for twelve months, commenc- ing 26lh.December, 1829, end ending 24th Decem- ber, 1830, must be transmitted to Depnty Assistant Commissary General {Hull, at Launceston, on or be- fore 12 o'clock of Saturday, the 5lh December next. His Majesty's stores at Launceston-About 1.Î00 lbs. of fresh meat weekly. Troops at Launceston-Fresh meat and bread. Colonial Hospital-Fresh meat, bread, vegetables and milk. Gaol-Fresh meat, bread and vegetables. Penitentiary-Fresh meat and bread. Georgetown-His Majesty's stores about lOOOlbs. weekly. Huspjtal and Factory-Vegetables and milk. Gaol-Veget»ble«. Outstation* and dependencies-Perth, Ross, West 'bury barracks, Norfolk plains, Campbell town, Blickmau's river, Morrison'«-Glen E-k, Rochford and St. Paul's plains, Kingston, Mills plains, Rose hill, Auburn, River Isis, and all other places at which military and «oiking parties may bo now stationed, or may b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

til* «áktttTB Oí TAM OsiT CüWTAWW. C*QTBRNMENT NOTICE. (No. *55.) Co X h»ial Secretary's Offioe, November 17.1829. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to dispense «lib tbe services of Mr.Henry Hinksman, as Police ©Beer at Launceston. . , By His Excelleney'a Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No.flfüJ Colo nial Secretary's Office,NovemberT7,I82ÎJ. The Lientensnt Governor has directed it to be notified, that eonviets who may be appointed to serve in the police as constables, on their landing in this colony, .re not to be immediately admitted to the expectancy .f those indulgences held out to others who may be appointed after having qualified themselves by a course «f previous good conduct; but, on the expiration of the fallowing periods ot service, vii : 1 year for convicts for.. .7 years. 9 years'.. Udo. S do.Life. The respective police magistrates, under whom oen* viols thus appointed may have been serving, will re- port whether their conduct hss rendered them eligible lo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

y DERWENT BANK. A General Meeting of (be Shareholders of the Der went Bank will be held on Wednesday the 2d Iday of December next, for the parpóse of choosing Directors and Officers for the ensuing year. It is requested that those proprietors who intend to oder themselves as candidates for th« Direction, will be good enough to signify the same to the Board at least five'days previous to the day of'eleotion. ^ ( By a clause in (be deed of settlement it is provided that no assignee, legatee, personal representative or oilier person claiming derivatively only, shall (in re- spect of such acquired interest) be entitled to receive or claim any dividend ; or to become a director of the Company ; or to vote at any general or other neces- sary meeting, until he shall have given notioein writ- ing under his hand, to the Cashier, of the natara of lils title and interest, and shall also have executed the deed of settlement. STEPHEN ADEY, Cashier. Nov. 16,1829. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'* LAND. A Gene...

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THE CONFLICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

THE CONFLICT. -»00 A new principal police office is to be immediately ereotctl in London,- in which 3 new police commis- sioners to be appointed under the not will preside over the police of ihe metropolitan district. Bow street office will Ihen be closed. There are to be numerous district police stations, where principal police officers will be constantly on duty, to whom the patrol of the district-will moke n report twice every night. There will be a police station at cadi of the principal en- trances of the metropolis. The officers are not to be allowed to receive gratuities or fee», but are to bo paid salaries on a groduated scale, to leave room for pfomoiion ns a reward for vigilanceond good conduct. Sir Richard Birnie and Mr. Minshull are to retire up. on pensions. How mortifying the reflection that such expensive exertions, such organised tactics should be necessarj to keep down the evil propensities of mon ! At every turn and corner wo find men ready to steal, rob, pillage, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

SAINT ANDREW'S DINNER. THE Members of the St. Andrew's Club, will dine at the Marqusric Hotel, on Monday the 30th inst. Dinner on the table at Six o'clock preoisety. A meeting will be held on Monday next, at Two o'clock, at the Macquarie Hotel, to elect Steward«, Sic. WANTED, TWOTiundred ton« Mimosa BARK, to be «trip- ped, fand delivered thll' reason free ot ex- pense on board any «hip in the barbour. Tenders ' per ton tol>e-sent to the undersigned. DAWES St HEWlTf\ Elisabeth street, Nov. 19, 1829. THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, * AT "the Hobart town Courier Oí^oe. Liverpool street; and at Mr. T. Soott's, Cameron «tiret, Launceston : The HOBART TOWN (Sheet) CALENDAR for 1830.-Price Is. IO BE LET, "^ "~ A Good FARM, about four miles from Hobart town, lying very convenient for water, carriage, wilh a "good weather-boarded house and barn, and a capital garden in a high slate of cultivation. Apply to the printer, WANTED lo exchange for fine woolled Ewes a few tame Callie, the cows are excell...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 21 November 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 91, 1829. Arrived on Thursday, 19lb ¡nat. the brig Amethyst, 209 lons,~Capt. Coulthard, from Sydney 8th Novem ber, to fill up with colonial produce for England. Passengers, Mr. M'Laren, (of the house of Messr«. Crombie, M« Laren St Co.) Mrs. Aylwin, Mr. T. Wal kinsbaw, Mrs. Hood and 4 children/E. Townsend, Mary Rice and child, - Davis, Miss Dudley, and. Mr. Thomas Thorne. Sailed, on Thursday the 19th inst. the brig Mary Anne, Capt. A. G. Hopton, for Sydney, with the re« mainder of her export cargo intended for that port. Sailed on Wednesday the 18th November, H. M. brig Tamar, Capt. J. R. Bateman, for Macquarie har- bour, with a detachment of the 63d regiment, and 27 prisoners and stores for that settlement.   Some day sailed H. M. brig Charlotte, for Maria island, with prisoners aud stores. The Prince Leopold arrived at Launceston on Sa- turday last. Tbe Henry is fitting out for a sealiug voyage. > In the Tomar-The America...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (No. 2C4.) Co- lonial Secretary's Office, November 23,1829. The Lieutenant Governor has boen pleased to direot, that no notice shall be taken of petitions, or applica- tions for indulgehoe for conviots, which are not for- warded in the manner which is prescribed by the Go- vernment Order of the 28th Ajprii, 182G, of which the following is an extract: " AU memorials for emancipation, tickets of leave, or any other indulgences for oonvicts,must be address- ed to the Lieutenant Governor, under cover to the Principal Superintendent, in order that when they are submitted to His Excellency, they may be accompa- nied by such full and complete information, under the certificates of the Superintendent of Police, as may render an immediate decision thereupon practicable. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 265.) Colo nial Secretary's Office, November 23,1829, It having beou sworn to, and otherwise made to ap- pe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

LAUNCESTON COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. TENDERS for the undermentioned contracts to be entered into for twelve months, commenc- ing 25th December, 1829, and ending 24th Decem- ber, 1830, must be transmitted to Deputy Assistant Commissary General Hull, at Launceston, on or be- fore 12 o'clock of Saturday, the 5lb December next. His Majesty's stores at Launceston-About 1,200 lbs. of fresh meat weekly. Troops at Launceston-Fresh meat and bread. Colonial Hospital-Fresh meat, bread, vegetable» and milk. Gaol-Fresh meat, bread and vegetables. Penitentiary-Fresh meat and bread. Georgetown-His Majesty's stores abont lOOOlbs. weekly. Hospital and Factory-Vegetables and milk. Gaol-Vegetables Oulstations and dependencies-Perth, Ross, West- bury barracks, Norfolk plains, Campbell town, Blackman's river, Morrison's-Glen Esk, Rochford and St. Paul's plains, Kingston, Mills plains, Rose hill, Auburn, River Isis, and all other places at which military and working parties may be now stationed, or may be ...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. On Wednesday evening Mr. Giblin delivered his popular lecture on Astronomy, which had been pre- viously announced in the newspapers, and although the evening was very wet, the court house in which the lecture was delivered was crowded to exoess. Hia fExcellenoy the Lieutenant Governor, Mr«. Arthur and family, as before, kindly condescended to ' honour Jb.e lecture with their presence, and a very crowded assemblage of the higher classes of the com- munity as well as the operative mechanics generally, attended. The large table of the court house was moved be- yond the rails to give Mr. Giblin an opportunity of addressing the audience in an opposite direction, and to display the beautiful planispheres which he had taken much pains to construct. He commenced his discourse by enlarging in neat and even elegant language on the great advantages to be derived from the study of astronomy, not only as a science useful to mau in the common affairs of life, especially in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

ST. ANDREW'S CLUB. THE St. Andrew's Dinner will take place on Mon dav the 30th Instant, at the Macquarie hotel. 'GEORGE THOMSON, Esq. Chairman. JAMES SCOTT, Esq. Croupier. STEWARDS. Andrew Crombie. Robert Pitcairn. Peter Dudgeon. Robert Stodart. James Grant. Adam Turnbull. Charles M'Lachlan. William Wilson. Tickets to be had of the Stewards. Dinner on the Table at One o'clock. MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. kR. TURNBULL will deliver his Third Lecture _ on Agriculture and Chemistry on Wednesday evening the 0th December next, at the .Courthouse, at seven o'olock precisely. J. WOOD, Secretary. The Committee recommend that Members only of the Institution producing their' cards be entitled to biing their friends, and that no others should be ad* mitted without tickets, to be obtained from the Se* cretarys _ « Members who have not p*idvup their subscriptions, will have an opportunity of doing so on application to Hie Secretary, at his oOfioe at the Couit boose, any day prior to the lecture, betw...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

A ON SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. By D. M'KAY, FEW Curious NEW ZEALAND PAD. DLES. FOR SWAN RIVER & SINGAPORE. IHE ship Lady of the Lake, James _Penner, Master. This ship is well adapted for the conveyance of live stock, and will sail with all possible dispatch. For freight or passage apply to W. Wilson, Esq. or to tho Captain on board. FARRELL and DUTTON, Butchers, Poulterers, &c. in Harrington street, near the St, Patrick, respectfully aoquaint their friends and thepublio that they have formed a connection for a constant supply of the following articles, consisting of prime fat beef, mutton, lamb, pork and veal, a general supply of poultry, eggs, bolter, oheese, bacon and potatoes. N. B. New milk from the cow delivered in any part of the town every morning, or to be had any hour through the day. BLACKSMITH AND WHITESMITH WORK. THE public are informed that at Tipton Forge, adjoining the ' Van Diemcn's land Establish- ment, Lake river,' the above work is done upon the sh...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COUSIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 November 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1829. Arrived on Saturday the bark Thames, 366 tons, W. Anderson, commander, from London 21st July, with 158 male prisoners, two having died on the pas- sage. The guard is a detachment of the 63d regiment under the command of Lieut. Barrows, consisting of 1 serjeant, 1 corporal, 1 drummer and 25 rank and file. Passengers Mrs. Barrows, lady of Lieut. Barrows, J. E. Calder, Esq. assistant surgeon, and 5 women wives of the soldiers and 7 children. Arrived on Thursday the 26th inst the Govern- ment cutter Charlotte, from Maria Island with one corporal and 11 privates of the 63d regiment. - ~-OiuSnndfly_ tim jihip Lady Harewood, returned to port from the Huon river and Research bay, where she has taken on board about2S0 tons of very fine timber chiefly of the light wood and pencil wood kind. Sailed on Saturday H. M. S. Zebra, for Sydney and India. Sailed on Tuesday Nov.24,the bark Calista, Sam. Hawkins, commander, for Sydney, with part of h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

'ïl THE GAZETTE OF THIS DA"i CONTAINS. "W ^OVEHNMENT NOTICE. (No. 27M Co ' Ip xJ3 ,0,liftl Secretary's Oltioe, November 30,1829. li His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor is pleased to '^ diicct that the following notice of the general objects In of a proposed Act, which is about to bo laid before if the Legislature Council, to be cntituled ' An act^ to j' r.mend the la»s for the registration of deeds, wills, '{( judgments and conveyances afl'ecting real property,' {". be published for general information. i 1. After a ccrlaiu date, the aot ofcounoil 8. G. 4, if providing for the registration of deeds, to be, as to nil ]\ future coses, repealed ; excepting as to the establish !'i mt nt of the register office and the appoiutment of the .^ registrar. '«, 2. After that dale, all deeds, wills and judgments V\ 1o be registered in the said office, as hereinafter men is tinned. fit 3. All deeds executed and judgments obtained after !"| that date, which shall be registered in conformity wit...

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ST. ANDREW'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

ST. ANDREW'S DAY. ,. . . .^ , -vvo On Monday evening, the 30th November, the day sacred hy prescription lo the tutelar saint of Scotland was observed with unabated enthusiasm. The Mac- quarie hotel was the scene appointed for the celebra- tion of the ceremonies. Soon after 6 o'clock (the Courier by an nnaccountnble typographical anachro. nism had fixed the hour at one o'clock) upwards of 70 disciples of the saint sat down to a most sumptu- ous dinner. It was prepared in Mr. Cox's best style and »as served up hot and smoking, which i- a rare thing in large public dinmrs, even at the Crown and Anchor or Freemason's tavern. The repast consisted of every delicasy of the season and the wines were excellent. In addition to the other sorts lhere was Vin de Grove of superior quality to keep the company grave and diligent to their duty ni dinner time, Barsao, Burgundy, Tokay, Frontignac and miny other choice kinds with the very names of which it would ill be- come a plain settler of Van Dien...

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ONE POUND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

ONE POUND NOTES. It is now experimentally proveí, Hint a mutall'o currency omi paper one pound notes will not to any extent circuíale together; the Jailor will gradually drive the former out of circulation : when yaper one pound notes fill up this channel of circulation, g0|<i becomes more, valuable abroad than at home ; it is therefore exported as a commodity. A panic lukes place-then the demand for gold revives-the paper notes are poured back upon the banks, and the issuers are ruined in re puiohasing the gold which their pa. per had displaced. There scem.s to exist some sort of natural antipathy between a one pound note currency and the precious metals, so thal one cannot circulate ' to any extent worth consideration in conjunction w¡ib the other. In whatever country one pound notes are issued without restriction, a very small portion only of the whole circulation will be made up of coined gold or silver. The disappearance of the precious metals when expel'ed by a pape...

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JAMES HAWKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

I JAMES HAWKINS. I One of tbe most extraordinary characters ever fcrnoEUt up in the "prigging ring," as the extensive !;ct» of thieves is colled, is a young man named T nes Hawkins, who has sooutrd all attempts to 'I ânisli liim from this country. Ile is now about n living the police admit acoording lo his former lan but very cautious in his operations, and never 'nen'ßing in or countenancing any desperate or cruel ttrprise. He became when a mere boy a pupil of tbe iHicilistic school, mid is well known by all the Lilting men of London. His progress in the art of vfxinc was amazing: he was considered one of the wry best of what are called «' the light weights," but in the course of his probation as a fighter he showed another taste »hieb led him into mony serious etnbar rassments. It was certainly but a very natural step from one ringinto the oilier, and then into Newgate. In the year 1816, according to the prison books, Hawkins was committed to the Giltspur street Comp- ter for two ...

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