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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

QUARTER SESSIONS. | At II OB ART ON-On Saturday, 25th April. At CAMPBELTON- On Tuesday, 5th May. At OATLANDS- On Monday, 27th April. COURT OF REQUESTS. At NEW NORFOLK-On Wednesday, 6th May. At JtfCHMOND-On Friday, 1st May. "At CAMPBELTON-On Friday, 1st May. At OATLANDS-On Saturday, 2nd May. > PUBLICANS' LICENSES. At HOBARTON--On Monday, 4th May. At'NBtrif ORFOLK-On Monday, 4th May. At JtlCSMOND- On Monday, 4th May. State of the Female House of'Correction, Hobart town, April St.-Number assignable for Hobart, 5; .do. for the ¡nterfor,'84.' ' * , 8tate of the'Female House of Correction, Laon ««jiionj Ajiril Í8.-Number M»ignabl*,'â.' BIRTH-At Port Arthur, on the lath instant, the Lady of D. A.CG. Lempriere, of a Daughter. On the 21st instant, Mrs. Robertson, of Bloomfield, Macquarie River, of a Son. Married- At St. David's Church, on the 23d instant, by the Rev. Wm. Bedford, John Perkins, Esq., of the firm of Perkins, Bennet, & Co., Merchants, Launces- ton, to Emmely Frances,...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

MISCELLANEOUS. The Russian Government and new Foreign Inven- tions_The Commercial Gazette of St. Petersburg notifies, that the Finance Minister receives regularly every month, from Paris, and from time to time, from London, Berlin, and Vienna, samples, models, draw- ings, and plans of new inventions and fashions in all articles made of silk, wool, cotton, china, and glass ; likewise of machinery, tools, &c. All native manu- facturers who wish to inspect and profit by them are invited to apply to the Foreign Department on the 15th of every month, as well as on other days to be specified in the Journal of Manufactures. Importance of a Comma.-A very lovely girl, named Smith, hung herself at Dayton, Ohio, when her pa- rents were from home. On returning, they found her dead. The Cincinnati Republican says, " sue was found, strangled by her father and mother." A Curious Fact,-The two most Konian Catholic countries in Europe, Spain and Portugal-the Pro. testant Empire of Great Brit...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

fir ft g <gHtt|TÍiEr+ FRIDAY EVENING, April 24, 1810. The demonstration just made by the inha- bitants of the distiiet of New Norfolk, and the I surrounding country, has been perhaps the first manifestation of public feeling in this island, which has treated the merits of a great public question apart from the consideration of direct interest in convict labour, and the contingent advantages supposed to accrue to the settler from a continuance of the present system of assignment. In this respect it differed both wisely and well from the great Launceston meeting, held more than a year since, the first object of which was to repudiate the gross mis- representations sent abroad upon the social character of the colony, and to condemn them as it were with the united voice of the com- munity-and in so far it effected much good but its projectors stopped not here : the prin- ciple of the meeting was confounded with an unhappy endeavour to mix up with it the details of prison disc...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

PORT PHILLIP. Port Lincoln.-We have been favoured with a number of the Port Lincoln Herald, to the 7th of March, by which it appears that settlers nnd stack arc rapidly in- creasing ; and that recent expeditions into the interior have proved the existence of extensive tracts of good land in the neighbourhood of Port Lincoln-shipping direct from England was daily expected-two companies, the one for cattle and the other for whaling hnve been formed ; the station for the latter of which is fixed for Boston Island-a public dinner was given on the 27th February, to commemorate the anniversary of the taking of the first special survey of Port Lincoln, which appears to have gone off with great eclat.-good flour was 2s per lb, mut- ton Is 6d_Port Phillip Patriot, April 13. The Prince George, revenue cutter, which arrived on Friday last, reports having found part of a boat of the ship Neva, on Great Island, which was wrecked on King's Island in I834.--ioirf. A private individual, Mr. Liardet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

For ¡London. rilHE fast sailing hark Ann, A 1, 280 JL tons. D. M* Alpine, master, hav- ing the whole of her dead weight engaged, .jamsxa^ will be ready to receive wool in ten dajs. For freight or passage, apply to the commander on board, New Wharf, March 0. Willis, Garrett, & Co. For Port Phillip. r|"*HE fast sailing first ela» ship Mary J. Hay, A. D. Voltim, commander, has landed all her last stock at Port -u»»-. - Phillip, in good order ; is daily expected bMkTand'will immediately return. For freight or pas toce, apply to ÍJcw Wharf, April 20. Duncan M'Piikiison. "" NOTICE. ~ THE Derwent Steamer will leave New Norfolk every morning at 8 o'clock, (excepting Lj-lui?"???? ?» Sundays) and the Old Wbaif, Hobart Town, at ti o'clock in the afternoon, in Winter, mu! at 3 o'clock in Summer. The packet will call at Bridgewater, Grass Tree Hill, mid such other places along the Derwent, where cargoes may be ready for her. The accommodations of the boat are fitted up in the handsomest ...

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SUPREME COURT. Criminal Session at Launceston. WEDNESDAY, 15TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

SUPREME COURT. Criminal Session at Launceston. Wednesday, 15th April. The Court opened at ten o'clock this morning before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu. William Dawson was convicted of uttering a Bill of Exchange, for the sum of £375, with the signa- ture of Captain Cheyne forged, with intent to defraud Mr. John Archer, to whom the bill had been passed in part payment of a farm. The case was clearly proved. The prisoner was formerly Town Surveyor of Launceston, and up to the moment of his appre- hension on this charge had borne a good character. He has a wife and six children. The jury strongly recommended bim to mercy, and His Honor in con- sequence on the following morning sentenced him to transportation for ten years only instead of for life. Thomas Richard was acquitted of cutting his fellow servant Parkinson with u spade on the face. George Hooper and Charles M'Minnies were con- victed of a burglary in the hut of a person residing near Launceston. The prosecutor lind allowed th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

Postscript.- The ship Gilbert Henderson with female convicts has just arrived. ii ii ii mi-«i-a-aiMMMMM> S"©r Adelaide. jft'iyKH. raillE schooner Challenger, Winter, >^©^Iiä& master, (daily expected) will have «ä^^^M® immediate despatch for the above port. *Sí5raííS3S' For freight or passage, apply to Now Wharf, April 24. F. A. Downing. For Port Phillip. "§K&yt npiIE fine fast sailing A I British "^.îWxIiSa ?*? 'JU'l't s'"l' ?^ra"^en Moor, 371 "^säDiffl^g tons, per register, D. Smith, commander, Q&fe^^ hourly expected, will commence loading for the above port immediately on her arrival. Having great height between decks, this vessel presents a favourable opportunity for the conveyance of live stack. For freight or passage, having very superior cabin accommodation, apply lo Kata, Alixandeh, & Co. New Wharf, April 23. Notice. ir>-? ji\iMlj "H" N conséquence of much dis /m"""Í|(R ^^to -T- appointment and great incon ~- /iTNrVT^* V"^ venience hav...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

LOCAL. Supreme Court, Hobart Town, Criminal Session, 2\st April, 1840.-The Court opened this morning at 10 o'clock, before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu, and was adjourned until Tuesday next, til*» 28th instant. The Licensed Victuallers' first annual dinner, in commemoration of the establishment of the " Licensed Victuallers' Society," took place on Thursday week last, at the George IV. Tavern, on the "New Wharf, kept by Mr. Walford. Upwards of sixty persons sat down to a dinner, combining the substantial as weil as the delicacies of the season. Mr. John Morgan, the worthy and indefatigable secretary, presided, and the evening passed oifin the most agreeable manner. The wines were of the best quality. Theatre.-This place of public amusement re-opened under the management of Mrs. Clarke, on Monday evening last. The perform- ances consisted of the musical burletta of Midas, and the farce of the " Spoiled Child." In the first piece Mrs. Clarke personated Apollo, giving the songs with c...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

SYDNEY. Mnjor Bunbury has been appointed Lieutenant Governor of New Zealand in case of the death or absence of Governor Hobson.-Australian, April li. Mr. Charles Huberts is about to forward lladkin, the celebrated jockey, with a journey lo England, for tho express putpose of selecting a choice stud of horsps, with the view to (heir exportation to this colony. These are to combino blood, stallion, car- riage, and a miscellaneous assortment. Mr. Roberts, we understand, is.induced to this mission from the success of til« former one under the management of Badkin. We sincerely wisli thal this enterprising colonist may find the undertaking fully to realiso his expectations. It is by such adventures as these that the colony will finally arrive at advancement and civilization.-Ibid. The Hunter's Uiver Auction Company sold at their last monthly sale, on the 1st April, stock to the amount of .£4,500. The average prices they realised were as follows :-Fat bullocks, £j 9s per head ; cows and h...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

I ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The gross Pjost-office revenue of France is about two-thirds of that of England, the expenses nbout 20 per cint. more, and the net revenue nearly one-halfNjSut in-comparing the expenses jt will be necessary to bear in mind the greater extent of France, and the fact that the expenses for that country include the whole cost of the mail coaches. On the other hand, the cheap- ness of labour in France, as compared with England, must also be recollected. The accounts from the manufacturing dis- tricts are bad, and grow worse daily. No one now doubts (says the Liverpool Journal) that a further importation of corn, and a furthur ex- portation of specie will be necessary in the spring. Tile Marquis and Marchioness of Londonderry have visited Lisbon, after their voyages and tra- vels in Spain and Africa. The British ambas- sador, it appears, did not honour the noble | travellers with a visit. The' commission«g report the number of steam-vessels, British and Irish, at the c...

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GAZETTE. TITLE DEEDS. Internal Revenue-office, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

GAZETTE. TITLE DEEDS. Internal Revenue-office, April 14. DEEDS of Grant in favour of the individuals whose names are hereunder mentioned are now ready to be issued on payment of the amount due thereon to the crown:   LANDS SOLD. Lot Name A. R. P. Place. 501 Patrick Wood 402 Charles Swanston 493 Do 48S W. S. Sharland 489 W. Scbley 50â W. Robertson 456 E. Rand 490 Do 50G E. Nicholas 513 Hencric Nicholas 482 James M'Kay 452 Richard Lewis 511 A. F. Kemp 512 Do 504 Do 48G W. Kearney 457 John Hopkins 461 W. Fletcher 491 Richard Cloak 495 G. C. Clark 510 509 49G 497 49a Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. 484 John Clark 485 Abraham Cavell 455 Gamaliel Butler 454 Do 499 Thomas Anstey 500 Do 640 640 640 641 640 1000 HO 2G0 320 640 640 808 640 640 520 600 321 640 140 10S0 640 640 640 640 720 500 140 211 280 320 320 503 Richard A11 wright 640 507 Do 640 1 Robert Fulton 0 5 James Hoar 0 3 Molesworth Jeffrey o 2 Do 5 15 C. O. Parsons 0 6 Robert Smith 1 4 Andrew Tolmey 0 1 F. S. Edgar 0 15 Thomas Bu...

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NEW NORFOLK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

NEW NORFOLK MEETING. A Meeting of the inhabitants of the district of New Norfolk and the surrounding country was held at New Norfolk on Tuesday last, Major Gibson in the chair. The following are the resolutions:   1st Resolution,—Moved by Mr. W. Sharland, se- conded by Mr. D. Jamieson, and unanimously carried,   That the announcement of an immediate diminution and approaching discontinuance of the practice of assign- ment, together with the partial cessation of immigra- tion to this Colony and the demands of the neigh- bouring settlements have caused a sudden and exten- sive diminution of labour, alike injurious to us indi- vidually and to the general advancement of the   Colony. 2nd,—Moved by Captain Fenton, seconded by Captain Dixon, and unanimously carried, That a continued and extensive introduction of honest free labour would prove a beneficial remedy for these losses, and be calculated in its effects to remove the   injury re...

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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 16th, April. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 24 April 1840

HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 16th, April. Sarah Shepherd, Hannah Stocker, Samuel Weed- ing, John Horam, Abraham Shepherd, George McNamara, Elizabeth Roberts, Thomas Thorne, and John Trapp, were each fined 5s., for drunkenness. John Marney was charged by Constable Lindsay with assaulting him in the execution of his duty ; fined 10s. Joseph Bickley was charged by a District Con- stable with indecent exposure in Harrington .street ; fined £5 ; allowed a mouth to pay it in. Joseph Slimm,assigned to ¡Mr. Brooks, was charged by Constable Spooner with being drunk at 2 o'clock in the day ; twelvemonths' hard labour ia chains. Esther Holmes, well-known on the pavo, was charged by Constable Eijdale with carrying on her vocations in an uproarious manner to the scandal of the neighbourhood she frequents ; three months' hard labour at the House of Correction. John Nicholson appeared to answer the complaint of Mr. Swift with dealing in spirits contrary to the Act ; fined ¿£10 and costs. S...

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Meteorological Observations, From April 23 to April 29, at Hobarton, 2 o'Clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

MetaorolorieaJ ObsenrsvUona, H From AprilQä to AprU29, at Hobarton, 2 o'Clock each Day. Q Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. (29 4l Tuet. Wed, i Tem. 29 g 129 7 B99 Boo 29 71 29 29.7 57 North West Ditto South West North Ditto Ditto West Velocltyi ofthe | Wentber. Wind. IO 40 30 20 60 30 40 Fine Ditto Showery Fine Ditto Ditto Ditto Depth of Rain, 0.0 inches. Sun rises, 7h. Om. Sun sets, 3h. Om. Daylight begins, 5h. 20m. Daylight ends, Cb. 40m. Length of day, IDh. 10m. Day decreases, fib. 5m. Clock after sun, Oh. 3m. Moon's F.Q.,9thdsy, 1 mor. All Orders, Advertisements, or Communications, Mtndd for this Paper, should be forwarded, addressed io <** Proprietor of, the Courier, early in the week. Shad Notices and Advertisements can be received until *" o'clock o» Thursday Evening, after whick time, a*' nouncemnnU, if sent, cannot appear until the «M»ty week. AGENTS. Mr. H. DOWLING. Bookseller, Launceston. Mr. Teoo, Bookseller, Georgs Street, Sydney. Mr. J. BURNHAM HALL, IO, Tower Stru...

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THE THUNDERCLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

THE THUNDERCLOUD. I come, I como I From my prison home, On the wings of the wind o'er the world to roam. Swiftly 1 fly Through the lowering sky. And the mariner with dread casts a look on high. I play with the waves While the wild wind raves, And I shroud with darkness the sailors1 graves. In thunders I roar, And in torrents I pour, While in flashes of light 1 illumine all o'er. I send a flash Hark I an awful crash I One shriek, and all is hushed but the wave's dull splash. Onward I fly. With savage joy, And laugh to hear their shriek, as I sail on high. What is that 1 see ? It seems to be A ship sailing o'er the foaming sea. Is it so, 1 say, Then no longer I play, But I try to o'ertake her on'her stormy way. I soon o'ertake And the mariners quake. As the high vault of heaven with my thunders I shake. Then my lightning flies, And the red flames arise, And I leave her to burn as I sail through the skies. Liverpool, 29th Nov. 1839. T. S.

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

TO THE PUBLIC. : In addition to the usual extensive circulation of this paper, the public arc respectfully informed, thal an extra number of this day's publication has been worked off, containing a detailed account of the Public Meeting hdd at the Theatre, Hobart Town, on Wednesday morning, in order to accom- modate parlies who may be dewous of forwarding the particulars to their friends at Home.

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

LOCAL. His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, with Lady Franklin and suite, arrived in Hobart Town on Tuesday evening, from Green Ponds. We hear that preparation« are already making at Government House for a grand ball and supper, to be given on the 24th instant, »a j honour of Her Majesty's Birthday. We beg to direct the special attention of »"5 of the friends of (he late Reverend R. Knopwood, to the advertisement which appears ia °^r columns of this day, under the authority of » letter from Messrs. H. and E. Willoughby, Solicitors, of London, t We are pleased to hear, from good authority, that the lectures for the season, of the Literary Society at Bothwell, are about to recommence. Wheat.-We understand that the Coinmis sniiat have declined to take any of the recent tenders which were opened on the 23rd instant, on account of the high price demanded. ? It does not appear, from what we can discover, that the Commissariat are in want. The desire to hold an extra quality in store is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

For Sydney. To Sail on Tuesday, the 5th instant. Jj&ßfcÄ rTPHE fine fast sailing first class armed ,¿^greOT/|g>l JL ship Victoria, 358 tons, J. F. «Sfca^^JlEa Sanders, commander ; has room for a few «gglgjg-gjg? tons of freight, and has very superior accommodations for cabin passengers. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to Old Wharf, Apiil 30. \V, M. ORR. NOTICE VfexíifW^» Ti ^ !,creby given, that owing to AS KhfT^^jsa -B- the shortness of the days, --//TfefrliuNX Jk~ and oilier causes, the Derwent ^5¿¿¿ÍB¿»éé&. Steam Packet will,forthe Winter, discontinue running from New Norfolk lo Hobart Town and back the same day. In lieu thereof, the vessel will leave New Norfolk at 10 A.?i.,on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and.return from Hobart Town at 9 A M., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. This arrangement will take effect from Monday, the 4th proximo. April 00. JOHN OLDING. JTast liccoived per TiSajcstlo' ana . Hygrela,' AT the Wellingt...

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PORT PHILLIP COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

POUT PHILLIP COMMERCIAL REMARKS. Flour, first, from £55 to £C0 ; seconds, from .£40 to £50. Bread ¡3 still Is. 10d., but will be up in a few days. Tea, ?10 to £10 10s, a chest. Pork, (Irish) per barrel £7 10s. to £6. Potatoes, .?14 a ton, lCs. per cwt. Dairy Produce -Eggs, very senrce, selling as high as 8s. per dozen ; fresh butler, 3s. per pound.-Purr Phillip Gazette, April 15. ADELAIDE MARKETS-Thursday, April 1C-Flour - The arrivals of this article liai c been considerable, bul the price has advanced upon our last quotation. It realises now from 4,"60 to 470 per ton. Seconds' flour stands at £50. Bread.-Notwithstanding the rise of flour, there has been a fall in the price of bread-the 2lb. loaf selling from lOd. to Is. ; and the 41b. loaf, from le. 8d. to 2J. This may be attributed, perhaps, to the speculation of one or two of our bakers in the flour market. Meat.-There has been a slight incrense in the price of meat. Mutton from 8d. to Is. per lb. ; and beef from lOd. lo Is. Ver...

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TO OUR COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 1 May 1840

, TO OUR COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. We have addressed a circular to our Subscribers in the Country whose payments are in arrear from one to three years, enclosing their accounts and drawing upon them at one month. We can devise no better expedient of coming to a settlement,"for although the accounts individually are bul trifiing, they art in the aggregate to us of immense importance. We hate to ackmowttdgeacceptances from the following F. F.,pyà.ïJ,0. G., T. F., J. P., S.A.,A. M'I. We'adof^iMJfplnn fosare our subscribers unnecessary postage ; each individual will recognise his own initials. ' ''

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