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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 22 August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 September 1818
GüV~t. AND GENERAL ORDERS, *«. d'¿Government Houfe, Hobart Town, ».-..&lt; ty'- Saturday; 22d:Auguít,11818. *1hHE Praflice which very generally prevails *v: ót Settlers -fending iii to Government their afligned StrváVit» without rn'aking any Charge .gajnft tlum, or obtaining the Saií&ión of'aj Magistrate '. for fb « doing »'and »he necèflity oft guarding again ft this inconvenience in future DMributioDs of Crown Servants, induce His HONOR the LIEUTENANT' GOVERNOR to p'uolifli/for general Information and Guidance« the Regulations of the Territory on this fuh« jeft, which will he ítfic"Uy'adhered to and en- forced in future, in the fe Settlements. 1. No Crown Prifoner, Male or Female, will be affigned &lt; ff the Store to any Settler, except fuchTSettler ftiall indent for the due Mainten- ance and good Treatment of the Servant for One Year, which Contra el can be voided only by the Decifiön of a Magirtrate# 2. Settlers who hold affigned Servants not indented, a...
HORART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuring Week, Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, M. A. EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 September 1818
HOBART TOWN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sitting Magistrate tor the ensuing Week, Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, M.A. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PRINTS. KINGDOM OF HAYTI.— The Royal Al- manack of Hayti, for 1816, has been published. It contains 127 pages. Its Court Lists may vie with those of any empire, of whatever standing or complexion. The King, who has &nbsp; not obtained the 6th year of his reign, will be 49 years of age on the 6th of October next. The Queen is in her 39th year. The Prince &nbsp; Royal, James Victor Henry, entered his teens on the 3d of March. He has two sisters, Princesses. There are five Princes of the Blood. The ministers and grand officers of the crown &nbsp; &nbsp; amount to 20. In the peerage are 8 dukes, 19 counts, 34 barons, and 9 knights. The &nbsp; King's household consists of about. 140 cham- &nbsp; &nbs...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, 4th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 September 1818
GOVT. ANDGEJÍEIÍAL ÖRDEKS. government Hoùfe, Hobart Town,j ' f ueiday, 4ih Auguft, 18181 . WtíEfcBÁS MYCBAÄÄ. How«tii Crown Prîforier how at large, ßandi charged in addition to his former Offences with the Mur der of WILLIAM DIBW (commonly calkd Slambow), on Fi'day the toth of OeVober* In addition *o the Reward of One Hundred Guinea» .already offered for the apprchenfion ©f thefajd Micheeljiqwe, Hu HOHOR the Li a OTA «4 HT GpvaaHpR ia pleafed to de- clare ibu .he will recommend to Hi» £XCSL« 1.BWÇY foira JTiee Pardon and his Paflage.tu Eqglmd, apy Cro*yn Piifooer who (hall be the meam oi apprehending tliefaid Michael Howe. :By,Command of Bia Honor The Ljeutenrnt Gorernor, x. , , Jfl» E; Knbinfon,, S«cretarv.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 September 1818
qnO ho 'ttuliD by A AUCTION,by Mr* Lewis (it« not previ* ooHy diípofed of by «Pit* vate Cunrraety, on^rSa* ggci!r:jw _.,. torday next, the&lt; lctb înftanc, at Oneo*ClocM«» iheaftemoon, thai Dwelling-houfe formerly «eloogrng ta and occupied by Mr¿ BOOTH»IANJ'Û Collms-íheot, jrlobart To*wnfc with in ex ten nye. Piece of fer- tile Ga rden.gr o umd;&lt; upon whtchi another Building of fconfi-Wablo dtmonjfiont, may >be erccVd, festing« fomd'ent po/tionfor a large Kitchen-garderi. The Situation ia Well ad\pitf fors Perlon inclined 4o commencev«&ufinefa, being defirably'fituaied in a centra! part of the Town, and within a few minuter waik of if\t Rivuiet.-r-Apolv to Me» *a>wnvt. , ANIEL KaLLV, *o/, üatuurfi-&lt;ireet| refpêâfulty informs the Inhabitants ol Hobart Town, that he ha a commenced the Bufirrefaof a Confeclíonerv ! N.B.«-S Weet Cakes and Blfcuitiot every (ort, maybe had on the'fhW^ft«Notice* V OTlCE.^-Thtt Stock of Cïtilfianrt H or leí *^ of...
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 12th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 September 1818
GÖVEKNfM&NT PUBLIC NO liCE / ^Seërëtary's Office, Hobart Town, '*Saturday,' September 12th, * 1818. IT being found imponible to form £he Drains along the Now Road to New-town if Carts cross the Road in all Parts; It is here- by ordered that C»rts which have occifíoñ to pats and icpaf« acrôTTOîeNeir Roid~ rrr-to keep the old beaten Paths running from New' Town towards Mortimore's and Preston's, where Biilgei * ¡li be made for them to pall : «¡m ina any Pet ion found driving a Cart acrofs the New Hoad in any other Part will be con fleered aa tr'eip ((Ung on Government Ground ?nd,Property, and will be proceeded iga in ft accordingly; and the Road Gang arfeparticu hríy,¿njoined to in for pilagainftàny Perion lo trespassing. &nbsp; Saturday* $th september, 1818. ANT&D, to be fpp pi Jed by Contr»&,for the Mew Church, from Sixty to Siten ty Thoufaod ShinglfS.rrrThe Quality, Periods of Delivery, and othqr Particulars, pw be known fay Application at the Office...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 September 1818
VH^'Arii'AiwN.; : bitting Magiftrate^Thörnat Arclieiy Efq. The Ann, Gapt. Wilkinson, w!>aljng down the Riyer, had* pn, Saturday: tan; caught in all 30 whales - ra number we bejieye unpreceden pdby any vessel on a fimiUr voyage fmce the &nbsp; formation of this Settlement. If she continues equally fortunate a few days more, her cargo will be,com pleated; and as she fails dir eil for England, there will be an early opportunity &nbsp; afforded to thpfe who wilh to correfpopd with our mother country. The brig Sophia, Capt. Kelly, has, again been ÍWccnTaí; having, fince the fhort space of tranfhipping her cargo of oil to the Jupiter, taken 4 whales; and was on Saturday laitao [tively engaged in pursuit ot another. &nbsp; li Our Informant fays thajt the cfewe of both vefTels are in high ¡piries, from the faccefs met with on this laborious voyage.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 September 1818
From a late European magazine we copy the &nbsp; following interesting account of the Sandwich Islands. &nbsp; &nbsp; The sudden revolution produced in the &nbsp; &nbsp; customs of the natives of the Sandwich islands, from their intercourse with the Europeans, gives &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; a peculiar interest to any recent accounts of them, from which we may be enabled to trace the progress of societv in one of its earlier stages. These islands, from their situation, midway be- tween the continents of Asia and America, the fertility of their soil, and the natural talents and industry of the natives, are rendered by far the most interesting of the recent discoveries in the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Pacific ocean, and so were considered by Captain &nbsp; Cook. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; When Captain Cook, in 1778, discovered the Sandwic...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
His HQ^kí,t,tíé|,£itBO%'¿N:A1íf'ír*,GevfR^oii has thought proper io direä, that wll!Public Communications wlncli may appear* Wtñfc* r\ HOBART TOWN GAZETTEr*"** SOUTHE fil* APPORTER, fignrd with any Official Signature, arc to be ¿oiiftdcrcd a» $$fWly ComiàuiïiéatîoHsnia'dètothofe Ptiríbnáto whom they may relate; !, : . - . « ..,...;'..;', j(B Y eóuM k'tiel ov His /HO trott)> » ., ; j , " . i H> E. Ro a I,N ao H > M&*fj?rtfn >i *
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary Office, Sept. 12th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office Sept. 12th, 1818. IT being found impossible to form the Drains along the New Road to New town if Carts cross the Road in all Parts; It is hereby ordered that Carts which have occasion to &nbsp; pass and repass across the New Road are to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; keep the old beaten Paths running from New Town towards Mortimore's and Preston's where Bridges will be made for them to pass: &nbsp; &nbsp; - And any Person found driving a Cart across the New Road in any other Part will be con- sidered as trespassing on Government Ground and Property, and will be proceeded against accordingly ; and the Road Gang are particu- larly enjoined to inform against any Person so trespassing. By Command of Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. PoLÍrct OrpicBé i5«h Aagult, i8\8. THE Undermentioned Prifooers, whofè 'Names and Defer i pt ion a hav,é been inier ted in íeverat former G aiettea, : being ftill abíenc from'...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, 4th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
GOVT¿/ÄRD GENERAfr ORDERS. Gówhmerft Ho^tf; Hobart Town, WHEREAS MICHAEL tfojy», a Crotfn jPjrifonàr àbW at large, ftáñdá changed ffí »dditîon to bUformaV Offene« with IheMur» der of W.iLÏLïiik Dicw (commonly ¿ailed SUmboW), bri Friday tKa iotft of Oftobter. Ia addition totbo Reward of Ono Hundroii Guineal already offe'rocf for trief appírehehíloíi »f theftíd îtiiichieH Howe, HM HtfNÖa the LiiüTHiaM^ÖJVrRiida ta pletfed to de- clare tHa he will técbmratrid to His- Sxctt» LtvCY for a Freö Pardon and his Paííagá'to England, aríyCrWwrî?PHfôneï(fhorlhalt'bïthe meant oT a*pprehending *tlie (aid Michiol H owe* By Command of Kii"JHonor .. '' " The Lieüferiant Governor, "x * ^ R::E£ Robitffflof tfcccréury;
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
VT üjIC&- it being the intention of A. ^ jr. Keiar, Çfq« to proceed to Sydney by the' fir.it Opportunity, alf Parions hiving any Dríada againft him/are required iö-prefeht tne fame, forPlvment. \A/ HüRbAo xiQ(Ari|hrtar>ding the repeated VV Notices pqbliftied by me, roany Depre- dations ftill continue to be committed on the Paling round my ¡Premifea in M acquirto- ft raet. For more, effe^ally bringing the Of« rendera "fo> Ju(Uce,I hqrçhy ofieir a Reward ,of Two Guineas for every Perlon detected and conyicled. .,.; , t j ,,.,,,),, I will a|fo gire a fimi|ar flewardjotf arw Ia. formation .r^gtrding" any ) Pcrfon or^ Perfpnt trefpiifmg on my'enclosed Faun at Kangaroo Point.) -. ,n £ n«_ ' " . T, y. BtsCH. Ci'AUFiONi-^We, the Undoifigned, *» ' Executotajo *ho Wijl of the Ute Joaa P H CHIPMAN,! fettfor, of Clarence .Plain», .de cetfdd, do hereby giri.Not ice ih»t, in coafe« quenco of ; the; Áfairt, of the (aid Deccafed being finally clofed, no Claimi in fritura will be rilid...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 19th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 19th, 1818. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERN- OR has been pleased to nominate and ap- point EDWARD LORD, Essquire, and WIL- &nbsp; &nbsp; LLIAM BLYTH, Esquire, to be Members of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Lieutenant Governor's Court of Civil Judica- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ture, ordered to be assembled at Hobart Town the First Day of October ensuing. &nbsp; By Command of His Honor &nbsp; The Lieutenant Governor, &nbsp; &nbsp; H.E. Robinson, Secretary. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 September 1818
HOBART TOWN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sitting Magistrate - THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. &nbsp; SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday came to an- chor in the Cove, the brig Sophia, belonging to Mr. T. W. Birch; having caught 6 whales &nbsp; in the river. - This is the second successful trip Captain Kelly has had during this unprecedent- ed whaling season. &nbsp; The notorious offender. Michael Howe, has been seen near the Fat-doe River; after having &nbsp; robbed a stock-keeper's hut, he was pursued, and narrowly escaped, losing his dogs, knap- sack, and all that he head. From a paper found in his knapsack, it appears that he has been much harassed by the natives, and has been very nearly cut off by them several times. The following obsolete and extraordinary &nbsp; &nbsp; proceedings, which have not occurred for some centuries, are of so singular and unprecedented a nature in modern...
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 26th September, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 September 1818
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRITARB'SOFMCI, HOIART TOWNÜ Saturday; í61h September, 18Í8¿ THE Lictníea of Occupation for Grazing .Ground, for the enfuing Year, will be ready for Delivery at this Office on Wedneiday the 30 th IníUnt, and will be i flue d oa that and lbs two following Days. Any Perfoni who hive not already Tent in 1 heir Licenfei for tht pad Year, agreeably co Orders, ara refuelled to do io on or before the 2d of Oàober ; and all fuch as (hall not on that Day kaye lodged at this Office their old Licenfes, will he confidtred to have relinquiihtd their Claim» f°r a Renewal, and the G raxing Runs W4ll.be licenfod to other 1. ( By His, Hendra 'Çoihmànd)'; yll\ H.Ë. fcohirifDrt,, Secretary J .Fojuio* Ornea, 8th Auguft, 1818. THE ünder-meruioDed Prifoncr», whofe Nanei lad. Deferiptiom hive been in» farted ia feveral former Gasettci, beiag (lill fcbfentfrom kheirrefpe&ivo Employment« with- out PaiCtl, all Conftiblri and othcn are com« minded*p ufa iheirutmoft Exertion...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 September 1818
H OB A RT TO W N; Sifting Màgiftrate-Rev. ft. Knopwood,M,A, Baft Bread, per Loaf, 8d. ; Htmfehold, Id. '; At a ferien of Magiftratcs held on Wèdnefday îaA, forte'hbofeholdírs were fummoned for »egla&ing tQ comply~with the Police Regula. lion* publifhed under date the lit of Auguft laft ;.a breach of which fubjeäs the parties to imprifonmtnt aad fine at the ¿ifcrction of the Migiftratei. They were federally convicled; .but the parties fummoned having either Tent in their reíarns (though fome conííderabie time aifrer the expiration Df the period fixed), or .laving pleaded inadvertency, they were only fmteneedft« naeachimprifonedone hour, to he flaei1 20a. each, and to be held till the fine fhopld'be paid. r On Saturday afternoon as some labourers &nbsp; were employed in ploughing a small allotment of ground in Argyle-street, the plough unexpect- edly came in contact with a large root of a fungous nature. Several natives being on the spot, eagerly ran after one of the m...
BRITISH EXTRACTS, DOWN TO NOVEMBER 17, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 September 1818
BRITISH EXTRACTS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DOWN TO NOVEMBER 17, 1817. Deícriptioft of a fuperb drefs, presented by Lou i a XVIII. to tliePa INCE RtcBNT, erith the Order of St. Efpnt.-The mantle all round* the border is cmboffed with gold, representing the emblema of war, furrouadid by the imper- ial crowns. It mea fu res at the Bottom of the mantle, from one end to the other 34 feet. The tippet which gaea ronnd the mantle ia of green íarfenet, the figure» OB it are exactly the famt a^ on the mantle, but OB a mach fmaller fcale. The collar that gqeapver the tippet ia of beautiful French lace, valued at 1,200|. Tba collar or necklace ii com p o fed of diamond», rubies, emareld«, Ac. and . ia very beautiful. The hat «made with black velvet, embofled with geld round it, with a beautiful oftrich fea- ther at the top. The breechai are of white, farfenet, and made in the antique way, embroi- dered with G1 ver, and a pair of.h...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October, 3d, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 October 1818
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October, 3d, 1818. &nbsp; HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; having learned, during his Inspection at the General Muster, that several Free Men are now in the Interior of the Country without any settled Abode or fixed Means of obtaining a livelihood, on pretence of Hunting; and there &nbsp; eing Reafon to believe, as well from Enquiries ade by the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR as Vorn the Reprefentations of feveral refpeclable ettlcrs, that thefe Men, who are Vagrants in he Eye of the Law, are generally concerned in the Plunder of Stock, the Lieutenant Go- vernor deems it hi» indifpenfihle Duty to eau fe all fuitabíe Steps to be adopted for putting an End to a Syftem of Vagrancy, fo highly detri mental to good' Order, and to the Security of Property. The Lieutenant Governor therefore enjoint thé Magiftratés and all Piflriíl Confia- bles to Caufe any Per...