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SHINGLE SPLITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

SHINGLE SPLITTING. _n?=m_ Who has been splitting shingles here? asked Car- rots, as we slowly wound our way through a small thicket of stringy bark trees on the side of the hill. Wby, I have, said I,. I meant this in the literal not the colonial sense. For the benefit of my London friends I roust briefly explain this distinction. When a man gets behind hand with his creditors in Hobart town, and rusticates in. the country in order to avoid the unseasonable calls of the Sheriff's little gentle {A well-known Sheriff's Officer,). j v man, that delights'to stand at a comer where 4 streets meet, so as the better to watch the motions of his prey, he is said to be shingle splitting. But the shingles that I had been splitting were real ones made out of the stringy bark trees. Never shall I forget the first morning that I started with my seven feet cross cot saw swinging over my shoulder, an iron wedge in eaoh pocket of my chamois /eather trowsers made by the famous breeches maker to his Maj...

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A VAGRAKT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

A VAGRANT. A yoting man was brought before the sitting magis- trate at Lambeth street police office the other day, charged with wandering through the streets at unsea sonable hours, having no home to go to. It appeared that after serving an apprenticeship of nine years at the Hounslow flax mills, he bad boen lately discharg- ed. He stated that his master from some canse had refusnd to give np his indentures, and he was unable to procure work' in consequence ; having no home, money, or friends, he was compelled to walk the streets, arid beingmuch fatigued, was standing against a house in Margaret street to rest himself, when the watchman took him into cnstody. The magistrate sentenced the prisoner to one month's imprisonment and hard labour in the house ofcorrection, for being fonnd in the streets, having no home to go to I The justice and discretion of this sentence are ob- vious ; and no doubt will teach the young man in fu- ture not to wnlk about the streets when he has no house t...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 December 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1829. Arrived on Wednesday 2d December inst. the co lonial schooner Harlequin, 71 tons, Richard Scott Master, from Sydney 25th November, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers, Messrs. Black, Wright. Smith, Suelgrove and Wallace-also, Messrs. J. Grimshaw, J. Marshall, A. Crosbie, and J. Simpson. Arrived on Tuesday evening the 1st inst, the bark Navarino, Capt. Smith, from Sydney, on her, voyage to India. (Sailed on Thursday the 3d instant, the brig Ame- thyst, Captain D. Coulthard, for Liverpool, with a full cargo of colonial produce. Passengers, Mr.   Thomas Walkinshaw, and Alexander Stephens, Esq.   surgeon. The ship Layton, with 190 male prisoners, arrived at Sydney on the 8thi November, from London 23rd June. The guard was composed of 20 soldiers, on   their way to join their regiments in India. The Norfolk hss been chartered at Sydney to convey the remaining detachment of the 40th regi- men...

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

1"^0 Let in Elizabeth street, a two storey Brick Dwelling House and Shop, next door to Mr, Morrison's, watchmaker, oribe house adjoining. En- quire on the premises. BROWN'S STORES, Opposite the British Hotel, Liverpool Street. JUST received a quantity of Cape Itaisins in box- es, English cheese, consisting of Chedder, Broad, Wiltshire and Pine, a quantity of superfine shining calicoes and long cloths, which will be sold with his ether choice stack of goods fo'i ready money. December 4, 1829. ANTED to purchase 3 pair of strong Work* big Bollocks, for which a liberal pi ice will he paid in an approved hill at G months. Apply to George M'Douald, Norfolk plains. Deo. 1,1S29. ANTED a person to contract for the Washing of a respectable family. None need apply that cannot be well recommended. Apply to the Printer. FOR SALE. A Substantial London built Gig, with patent box- es and Harness complete. Apply to William Lewis, Bathurst street. GREY HOUSE POUND. FOUND astray at the farm of Mrs. Cr...

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

COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES. TENDERS for the undermentioned Contraots, to be entered into for Twelve-months, com- mencing 25th December, 1829, and terminating 24th December, 1830, will be received at 12 o'clock of Tuesday, the 8th of December next. His Majesty's Stores, Hobart town.-About 3,500 lbs, fresh Meat weekly. The Troops.-Fresh Meat and Bread-about 2,500 lbs. of each weekly. Colonial Hospital, Female House of Correction, Male and Female Orphan Schools.-Fresh Meat, Bread, Vegetables, and Milk. Gaol, Ships of War, and Transports.-Fresh Meat, Bread, and Vegetables. Prisoners' Barracks.-Fresh Meat-about 5,600 lbs. weekly. OUT STATIONS. Bothwell, Hollow Tree, or Lower Clyde, Mead s Bottom, Regent's plains, Abyssinia aad Shannon. Meat, Flour, and Wheat-meal, whioh for these stations must be supplied by the same contractor. New Norfolk, and Road Party at Deep Gully and its vicinity.-Meat, Flour, and Wheat Meal and Vegetables, for the Invalid Establishment at New Norfolk. Glenarchy, Bagda...

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

MECHANICS* INSTITUTION. DR. TURNBULL will deliver his Third Leotore on Agriculture and Chemistry on Wednesday evening the 9th December next, at the .Court-house/ at seven o'clock precisely. J. WOOD, Secretary. Tbe Cnroroittee 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- cretary. . . , Members who have not paid up their subscriptions, will have an opportunity of doing so on application to the Secretary, at his office at the Comt house, nny day prior to the lecture, between the hours gill and 1 o'clock. _^_ SAXON AND MERINO RAMS. A Few of the fine young Merino Rams lately sent out to this colony by Mr. Henty from his cele- brated negretfe flock, will be exchanged for young working bullocks or improved maiden ewes. They may be seen at Capt. Wilson's on the Salt pan plains. Also, a small number of the very superior Saxon Rams imported per Vibil...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

MECHANICS' 'INSTITUTION:' On Wednesday evening Dr. Turnbull deliverer! his third leeture on ngiculltnfe ami eli inlMi ^, >|||a .room »»as crowded to excess with liigfi y res'ptotadle comparu including a large proportion f ihe »minger class, evincing ihe happy inlluente winch this unelul intitutioii so kindly patronised b» His Excellency and lamil» has on the couiiuunil» at laige. Dr. Turnbull had exeiied hinihelf much willi ide imperfect ni,ue. rials »»hioh the colony at pre sent alt'ouls, lo i'losliaie .tile various points tit his most ii.si-ful and iiistruetire lecture by expel in eots in winch he was ass;stul by the operative mechanics tlieniM Ives. A hydrostatic tub and oilier apparatus »»ere roiiMiucieil. IS m im,, of the most interesting experiments of the evening was the illustration of ibu water balloon, » very henui tl'til model of which was kindly lent for the prirposei of the lecture hy Dr. Bnlien, surgeon of the Cid rei>i nient, in the toursc of his lecture, Dr. Tu...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

SWAN RIVER. - o-o - Extract of a letter from Lt. Roe, R. N. Surveyor General at the new settlement on the Swan river to Mr. James Wood of Hobart town, dated Perth, Oct. 31, 1829 - We are getting on here as well as we can, but as you may suppose not without a great deal of rough- ing. Articifers of every kind and labourers are ex- ceedingly scarce here, and get from 7 to 10s. a day. Building materials of every kind are also equally dif- ficult to procure for the same reason, but the recent arrival of several ships will effect a wonderful change in this respect, and has already enabled me to engage a boat builder for the erection of a house. A great   many setllers have already landed on our shores, and more are looked for daily, as we hear that about a dozen more ships are taken up in the port of London, where the mania for emigration appears to rage high. I only fear that the place has been too highly spoken   of and praised up in England, and that disappoint- ment will...

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A CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

A CHASE; And did yon think I bud forgot yon my constant friend«, Juno and Danger » Ah ! no. Ingratitude , io base has not yet entered th« breast of a legitimate settler of Van Diemen'* land. No dog tax, trial by jury, or Catholio petition shall ever prevent me from carcassing you my dear four-footed companions- Ju- no was a black dog, a jet black beauty, the fleetest and most faithful of kangaroo dogs in the island, Danger was of ruder make, befitting his masculine form. His limbs were sinewy and his chest broad and swarthy. Many a time and oft has he put to flight herds of hundreds of wild cattle from my infant enclosures, biting their legs and heels, and sometimes attacking their noses, with which they would toss bim in the air, still retaining his hold. Ile »vos shot about two years ago for his partiality to live mutton. There be is! said Regan, and looking to our left, a little way among ¡he trees, »ve sa»v a huge kangaroo, sitting erect on his haunches, at least four feet high,...

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THE BOBART- TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

THE HOBART- TOWN COURIER.         SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1829.   Arrived on Monday the 7th instant, the brig Thomson, 266 tons, Capt. John Hobbs, from Swan river 7th Nov, brings 100 chests of tea from the Ephemina, 6 cases buttons and jewellery, no passengers. This vessel returns immediately to Swan river   with live stock. Arrived on Wednesday the 9th instant, the Colonial   sloop Industry, Mr. R. Griffiths, master, from     Port Jackson, 28th ultimo, with 200 doz. Oranges, ½ ton cheese and a quantity of furniture, for Walford and Young, 10,740 feet cedar, James Jeffreys, one   case oranges, James Kelly. Passengers - Mr. Thos. Mason, Mr. Alexander Richards, Mr. John and Wm. Chamberlain, Mr. J. Bennett. Mr. E. White, Mr. J. Paiseley and Mrs. Susan Chamberlain. The Prince Leopold arrived on Thursday from Launceston with 16 prisoners, 8 privates of the   Veteran company, 6 women and 9 children and one aboriginal woman. P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

FOR LAUNCESTON. jjÇ^ri^HE remarkable fine fasi sailing seimon ""ffi^JjC M. e>* Prince R' gent, Capt. 1 liornas YoiTi'igVd'iîly expected from ihe above port willi a cargo of burley and oats, and lo return (lit re imme- diately. ha"1 rom" for a u'w 1on8 °* f»e,Sut> Supe, nor accommodation for passenger«. For freight or passage apply to Capt. Touug on board or (o' J, & J. SOLOMON, Agents. Liverpool street. The above Cargo of Barley and Oats for Sale, ap- ply as abovtji. FOR SWAN RIVER, ' ' To sail in 14 days, «.HE fine first class brig Thomson, 3(10 tons register, John Hobbs, "ihm vessel being engneed by Government for the conveyance of (50 head of Callie, has room for a few lons of goods, and offers a desinhle opportunity for passengers, the accommodation bring vert superior. Cap!. Hobbs having arrived from Ihe above port will be happy to nflord any information respecting the set- tlement. For freight or passage apply to the Com- mander on board, or to W. WILSON, Agent. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 280.) Co-       lonial Secretary's Office, - Dec 9, 1829.—     Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un     dermentioned persons :   Thomas Haslam, 383, Countess Harcourt,     William Baker, 663, Albion.       Henry Corker, 568, do.   William Angell 173, do. Henry Case, 569, do.   Edward Gee, 354, do.   John Hallard, 506, Competitor.   By His Excellency's Command,   J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 281) Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Dec 9, 1829.— The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap-   prove of the following alterations in the police of the   territory :— To be Constables. Benjamin Jacobs, No. 428, per Thames, vice Brentnell resign...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

HOBART TOWN ACADEMY. MR THOMSON begs to intimate that the Christmas Vacation commences on Tuesday the 15th inst. CAUTION. ALL persons are hereby cautioned ngainst tres- passing in any manner by grazing slock or otherwise on my grant of land of 2560 acres, situated in ihe district of Prosser's river, on the west side of Spring bay, fronting the sea, at a place oommonly called the " Duck holes," the centre being on or about the spot where the stockyard formerly erected by Mi« Gatehouse stands. PETER MACLAINE. Hobart town, Dec. 8,1829. ALL persons are hereby cautioned against tres- passing in any manner, by grazing stock, burn- ing lime or otherwise, on my giant of land situate at the Crossmarsh. Any person found so offending after this notioe will be prosecuted according to law. R. ESPIE, Crossmarsh, Deo. 7,1829. DEVON BULL. A beautiful and highly bred imported Devon Bull, stands at Hestercombe, (near Stony,'point ferry) this season. Terras one Guinea. G. GOVETT. FOR SALE, THAT eligib...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 December 1829

YOUNG BRITON,-Will cover a limited num- ber of Mares this season, at Sand hill, Je- richo. Terms-Five Guineas, inoluding Paddocks and Groomage. Young Briton was got by that well known horse, Old Britain, the property of Mr. Miller; is two years old, stands 15£ hands high, and is allowed to be the finest oart colt in the island. _F. and J. BRYANT. VISCOUNT.-This celebrated Horse will cover this season at Sand hill, Jericho, on the fullo»v ing terms : Eight Guineas-including Groomage and Pad- docks, the Jattor of which will be very superior and extensive. Bills at nine months to be giveu from the dale of covering. F. and J. BRYANT. MESSRS. BRYANT acquaint the public, that such gentlemen as send 3 Alares or upwards to Viscount, will have au alloivauoo made in the charge for each Mare. ENTIRE HORSES. THE services of the under named Horses, may be obtained during the season, at the Van Diemen'sland Establishment, Lake River; If not removed elsewhere, of which a fortnights no tice will be...

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

«IE OAZSTTE OF THII IlÀY'WKtWiim -ooo GOVERNMENT NOTICE, TNo. 282.] Co lonial Secretary's Office, Deo. 16,1829. Certificates of Freedom. , , Joseph Wbitlai», 498. Competitor. Eleacer Holt, 537, Albion. James G/teenwotfd, B27, do. . Henry Harris, 623, Commodore Hayes. Alexander Briggs, 360, Juliana. John Brown, 433, Shipley. /Jeremiah Hinds, 614, Chapman I. Sarah Wilson, 47, Mary. By Command of the Lieut. Governor, J, BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 283) Co loniafSecretary's Office, Deo. 16, 1829. The Lieutenant Governor bas been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences : Tickets of Leave. John Johnstone, 162, Lord Hungerford. James Mnrphey, 385, Arab. (Duplicate. James Webster, 288, Lady Ridley. James Richardson, 317, Faroes Richard Moyse, 492, Chapman. William Drage, 351, do, Joseph Rae, 56, Lady Castlereagh. John Jones, 284, Medina. Tî.e parties will therefore apply at this office for their respective Tickets on the 16th day of January next, but in cases where from residen...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 December 1829

YAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. J (We had last week the pleasure to announce the formation of a literary and suientifio Society in this place,& we are now enabled to lay before our readers the following documents, with a copy of whieh we bave been kindly favoured). Van Diemen's Land Society for the publication Of local scientific information and the establishment of a Museum and Botanic Garden. Patron-His Excellency Colonel Arthur. Vice Patrons-'1 be Hon. John Lewis Pedder, Esq. The Hon. John Burnett, Esq. President-John Henderson, Esq. Vice Presidents-George Frankland, Esq. Capt. Swanston. Committee of Management-Capt. Boyd, James Bryant, Esq. A. Crombie, Esq. W. Gellibrand, Esq. J, T. Gellibrand, Esq. W. H. Hamilton, Esq. Sam. Hill, Esq. Joseph Hone, Esq. P. A. Mulgrave, Esq. James Boss, L L.D. John Russell, Esq. Jas. Thom foo, Esq. Adam Turnbull, M.D. Secretary and Treasurer. Sub-Committees, 1. A Committee of papers consisting of Messrs. Bryant, Gellibiand, ten. ¿lill, Hone, M...

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

FREIGHT it PASSAGE. THE fine fast sailing tbip Chatham, _350 tolls. Capt. Wm. Bragg, daily expioted, will,return to London with all ditpatch. Liberal advances will be made to shippers of wool and other produce, and warehoused free of ex- pense. -Apply to N. OLDING & Co. December 15,1829. MIMOSA BARK. Wanted, 153 or 200 ton« of Mimosa Bark. FOR LAUNCESTON. ...{f 65jtfrHHHE remarkable fine fast tailing seimon ^fflSfL 3 er Prince Regent, Capt. Thomas Young, daily expected from the above port with a cargo of barley and oats, and to return there imme- diately, has room for a few lout of fieight. Supe, rior accommodaiion for passengers. For freight or paisagrj apply lo Capt. Youug on board or to J. & J. SOLOMON, Agent«. Liverpool street. The above Cargo of Barley and Oat* for Sale, ap- ply as above. rpi FOR SWAN RIVER, To sail in 14 days, ¡HE fine first class brig Thomson, _ 3UO tons register, John Hobbs, lins vessel being engaged by Government for the conveyance of 60 ben...

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

VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. A Special Meeting of the Sooietv will be held on Frida; the 15th of Januar; next, in the Court of Requests' Room, at 4 o'clock, fur the purpose of. balloting for new member!. Gentlemen desirous »v becoming memben will be pleated to signify their intention on or before the 1st proximo. The annual .abicriptioa it £1, < -. . ADAM TURNBULL,Secretary.. *"- *" . i ' ; ' » > The fin! Annual MeetingTof the Institution will be held ort the 16th January, in the Supreme Court, room, at S o'clock precisely, wheo the Inaugural Ad- ¡ ¿rets will be delivered by the President, and on the j .ame day the members and their friends will dina to* j aether in (he Macquarie Hotel. > *J " STEWARDS. j Captain Boyd, . Major Douglas, ! 'george Frankland, Esq. Î. 7. Gellibrand, Esq. . Hone, E,sq. \y. H. Hamilton, Esq. P. A. Mulgrave, Esq., Captain Swanston. The accommodations being but limited applieations for "tiokets must ba made to the Stewards, at the Mac- quarie ...

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

TWO-POUNDS REWARD. STRAYED tom the undersigned about 2 months ago, a bafk Filly with a long tail, rising two years old, has s«*| in« her forehead and one white hind fetlock. A rettEd of Two Pounds will be paid to any one reston g1 the same or giving such informa- tion at will leadtjher recovery. Strayed also,2 work- ing Oxen both lick, one branded on the off hip HJ the ether on th «ear hip W B. Two Pound« reward .will be given ttfny one giving -snob information at «ill lead to th«r(ieoovery. . - »J H. JELLICOE-. ' Campbell fed cottage, Deo; 14,1829., «Bothwell, December 7,182t). ! To William Williams, Esq."late*Police Magistrate at j Bothwell,'and Lient, of His Majesty's 40th Regt. SIR,-Understanding that you are on the point of embarking to join your regiment in India, we, the inhabitants of the* Clyde Police Distriot, can- not allow you 'to leave our «hore* without an expres- sion of sincere regret at losing your invaluable ser- vices. We beg to assure yon that your whole conduct ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY", DECEMBER 19, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 December 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY", DECEMBER 19, 1829. Arrived on Monday the 14th (he ship Surry, 461 tons, Charles Kemp, commander, from London the 11th August, with 199 male prisoners. Saw the wreck of a vessel of about 400 tons, keel upwards, on the 7th Nov. in lat. 38 S. long. 61 K. supposed to be the Woodford, whieh arrived at this port with male prisoners 26th August, 1828. Spoke also th» Blues, of Ely, from Sydney, on 30th Sept. in lal. 13 S. oat 15 day» from Rio de Janeiro. Passengers Quarter master Cart and lady, Mrs. Stephenson, I sergeant, 4 corporals, 2 privates, and report state« 9 of the band, all belonging to the 63d regiment. 25 privates, 4 women and S children 40th Regiment. Arrived'the same day the brig Elizabeth 130 ton«, Capt. H. B Brown, from the Isle of France, 25th Oct. ber cargo consists of 1610 bags and II casks sugar, 2 ditto cloves, 2 packages sundries, and 10 cases brandy for Sydney, and foi* this port 2 deer and 1 horse, Mr. Dumaresq, 75 bags sogar, G. E...

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