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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 October 1818

N°0Í<lCC ishereby given;\:that His () the Jud$e of t^'è, Supreme Court ii SUPREME COURT, Honor intends, during the long Vacation.after the Fourth-Term ' (that is'tofav) abpu,t the Months of December next, and January in tbe'enfuing Year, lo make a Circuit to HbhartTo'wn,* Van Diemen'3 Land, for'lhe^Purpofe of trying Caafes which may arife'iuithac Iflàiidl - r 7 \V :. . J;1 ;JOHN GURNER, Clerk, Jttdgeri Office* Sy$n*y» a6th Sept. x8i8. +0 Cover this Seafon, YOUNO HECTOR, . * 15 Ilantja 1 inch high ; Sire, the famous Arab Horfe HECTOR; Dam, an Arab Mare now in the pofleffion of Charles Hook, Efq. He bas lately been imported from Sydnev, is too well known to require anv eulogiam fin an Advertifement, and will ftatid at Mr. Thomas Reihey's Stables at Launcefton throughout the Week (Sunday excepied)*-Terms, Five Guinea:» 'r and & Guinea the Groom. I'MPURTED by the la ft Arrival from Syd. * ney; Irid now on Sale at Mr. JAMES RUBBY'S in Liverpool-ftrect,nha under- mentio...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

'jtiíS HOWÓR the Li^ur^ANT1 GOVERNOR has .thought proper to dirett, that all Public Communications which may appear in the : HÛÏÏÀUT -7OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER^ figned with any Official Signature, are to becoufuiered as Offi^i Communications n»ádetb"t1iofe Pérfons to whom thev mav, relaie. Oï VbMMAtto OP His HONORA H.E.ROBINSON, Secretary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. DOWN TO MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

J3K11 l^H BXi'KACTS, POWN TO MAY lo. The demanda of the Americans mud have been long (ince known at Madrid ; and it is fair to conclude that the) Chevalier O'Onis was fully authorifedto uphold the dignity and refpecta hility of Spain, hy a pofitive rejection of fuch propofals as may humble his native country in the opinion of other nations. If this proves to be the cafe, it is equally rcafonabje to conclude, that the Court ot Madrid has refolved to fup port its prétentions by a vigorous maritime war, the moment the United States may take any fteps to enforce the meafures which they have propofed for their own ad vantage.»*-War mud, therefore, depend upon the act of the Amcri. cans, who will put it off until their numerous traders are apprifed of their danger ; and thui Spain will,in a great meafure« lofe the advan- tage which thaVkingdom might derive from a fudden declaration and vigorous profecuiion of : war. Torpor or credulity on the part of Spain 3 would enable the Americans to ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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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 — 7 November 1818

HOBART TOWN                 Sitting Magistrate - Rev.R. Knoopwood M A Best Bread, per Loaf, '8d, Household 7d SHIP NEWS - On Wednesday arrived from Port Jackson, _ via Launceston the Schooner   Young Lachlan Packet, Mr     Simrson, Master. She will sail again for Sydney in a few days, and will touch at Port Dalrymple on her way thither.               On Thursday arrived from Port Jackson the Derwent schooner, Captain Carr. She made the heads in four days, but was unable to get in the river for 4 days, owing to contrary winds. Passengers, B. W, Loane, Esq. Madame Dhot - man and Family, and Mr Clarke.   Remain in the harbour, the ship Ann and the schooner Derwent and Young Lachlan Packet.       &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

MARRIAGES.—At Hobart Town, on Sunday the 1st of November, by Licence, Mr. Fryett, to Ann, daughter of Mr. G. W. Evans, Deputy Surveyor General. By Special License, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, on the 9th of October, Captain Henry Colden Antill, of the 73d Regiment, and Major of Brigade to the forces now in the Colony, to Miss Eliza Wills. HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. DENT.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

We perceive by a recently received Sydney Gazette, that the Magistrates of Parramatta have, with a becoming zeal for enforcing the strict observance of the Sabbath, caused several persons to be summoned before them for driv- ing carts on the roads on that day. They in- timated to the parties so offending, that the penalties in future would be strictly enforced   for such a breach of one of our most sacred duties. From the SYDNEY GAZETTES of the 10th and 17th ultimo, which we have received by the arrival of the Derwent, we copy the fol- lowing articles of intelligence:—   "A special Bench of Magistrates was con-   vened on Thursday (October 25), to investi-     gate a complaint exhibited against Wm. Blue,   for having in his possession two casks of smug- gled rum, contents of each about 120 gallons. These were found by the seizors lashed to his   boat, and two others were found within the premi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

IT having becn intehded to Publish in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE some Particulars   of MICHAEL HOWE and his Associates, whilst in the Woods of Van Diemen's Land, which have been found too extensive for this Paper; the Printer gives Notice of his Intention shortly to Publish those interesting Particulars in the shape of a Pamphlet, compiled from the best Sources of Information. CAPTAIN HOWARD begs to inform the   Inhabitants and Settlers of the Island, that he has just imported from Sydney a choice assortment of European Goods, which are now open for Inspection and Sale at Reduced Prices, for Ready Money, at his Warehouse at Macquarie Point, consisting of the following Articles; viz. - Rum, Brandy, Whisky, Port Wine, Madeira, Porter, Cider, Butter, Tripe, Herrings, Tongues, Pickles, Raspberry Jam, preserved Fruits, Capers, Olives, Vinegar, Mustard, and Sauces of all Sorts, Tea, Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco, Soap, Tar, Rosin, Oakum, Paints, Iron, Steel, Sheet Tin, Iron, Black Lead, Window Glas...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, November 7th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 November 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, November 7th, 1818. ANY Person desirous of supplying to               Government by Contract, Sashes and Frames   for the Windows of the Church, Twenty-four in Number, may see a Specification of the Work at the Office of the Acting Engineer, on Tuesday and Wednesday the 10th and 11th Instant, from 10 to 11 o'Clock; and Proposals   for undertaking the same are to be sent in   sealed to the Acting Engineer on or before the   17th of the Month; the Party contracting to find Security for completing the Work in a given Period. By Command of His Honor;   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.    

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

His HONOR the.LVM;T,SN ANT GOVERNOR Ihd» Uiougkt properto dirett, that all Public Connnuoiçatioiis which chay appearWfh* MJ0B4RT ÏOWN GAZETTE, and ßOÜTfiERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, «re to be.confid¿redas Officiai^ Communication Wajdétojhofe perons to whjora they may relate. (BYCOMM-AWO OK HIS HONOR), ? H.E. ROBJNSOW, Sèmtary* J 'TREASukKit's OFIICI, HOBART TOWNJI ¡ ' November 14tb, 1818. jl WTOtlCE is hérehy given» thal no Vouch*re < -*^ for Payment on the Police Fand will be Paid unlef« they are ,prefentcd by the, Perfon to whomtho'y are made payable (atibe Tra«, iuter'j Office), before tbo Expiration of the Quirtcr in which-they are iffued :-And all Perfons are particularly cautioned again ft ti'. king or negociating the fame. ' ;JoH»i BE AMO MT, Treafurer.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

TüSTImorted, and now for SALE at Mr». J RIAO'S in Murrav-ftreet, a/Variety, of. BROAD CLOTHS, STUFFS, and CALI;-«' MANCOES, with numerous other articles. A l' A/I **. K# W* LOANK ir»îendin£ ûiortly" tp t ¿??I leave the Settlement, requis that'all,, Perfons who Hand indebted to him, either by Notes of Hand, Book Debts, or oliver wife, wiHT difchsrge their refpective Amountsv4o-preveat-* trouble and expenfe. Mr. LoAtca alfo makes known, that he has: a large Herd of HORNED CATTLE oi( the ¡improved Breed, at the Relief River, which he will difpofc of ; Alfo, One Hundred and Twen." cy.fiv* Acres of .Land, adjoining Col. Davey'* Domain at the Coal River, called Rofe Hill.-r-, Likewife, a Quantity of Flour, ground hy the/ ,Stram Engine at Sydney from the Derwent Wheat, at £ 1 Ha. 6d, the Fine.-and ¿I 12s.. 6d, the Second per hundred weight of ii alni. <¿> Purchaferi will be accommodated by ta- king their PromhTory Notes at Six md Twelve Months, with a collateral approved Secu...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, November 14th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,             Saturday, November 14th, 1818.     ANY Settlers or Families desirous of taking off the Store Female Crown Servants, are     requested to make Application at this   Office without Delay.     By Command of His Honor,     Thomas Wells, Principal Clerk.

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

SUPREME COURT. NOTICE is hereby given, that His Honor the Judge of the Supreme Court intends, during the long Vacation after the Fourth Term (that is to say) about the Months of December next, and January in the ensu-       ing Year, to make a Circuit to Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, for the Purpose of try- ing Causes which may arise in that Island. JOHN GURNER, Clerk.       Judge's Office, Sydney,           26th Sept. 1818.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

~fk/à iCHÁEL nOWE'.^-It having heen in J^[l ^Btide^tQ Publiíh inih'e HOBART TOWN vÁziJTTá; fome Particulars of Michael Howe »K4tí¡9 AjfoçiatW; wV>ilrt in the Wo'odi of Van Dieráen's"Land, which* have been found too ex tenfjye,for that Paper ;. the "PKIWTB* gives Notice oï his Intention ihortly to Puhliih thofc ipterefting Particulars in thr ihape of a Pamph. let, compiled from the be ft Sour eel of Informa» tíon.' *,' r Mi f ? i ¡'ii iw^-ii m » II» i--«yi ^.i « ; ¡in i » ? II NUlïvj&.Tî-Mr. LOANS ,h*Vlng adminiL .iéred to the Eftite ; of. the. Ittc Mr. jia*noniel A.yert, teque'fta - that <§lJ;tCÍatimc .gain ft the ia id Eftate miy be prefehted to hfm al foon as poiTible ; and "ihit thofe who ¿and-indebted ¿o^the ß^'ite will ¿"ifcharge their .reipeelive Account« without Delay, to p roven tree our fe tto Co'mpplfion*.. Any Prop- erty whitcverin the hari¿i of othen, belong îpg-to-the Ëfta^qof the ia ia De ce a fed, uto be ieliyeréd immediately ' into ¿he PóíTtffio...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

BRITISH EXTRACTS. A most important Proclamation, explana- tory, in a great measure, of conduct Go- vernment will hold relative to the contact in South America, appeared in Saturday's London Gazette. It forbids BRITISH SUBJECTS from serving under either of the parties in that war- fare. If they be already in the employment of the King Of Spain, they may remain so, but on condition that they do not serve with the military forces of his Catholic Majesty, while they are serving in South America. This is surely a strict and wise neutrality.         Many motives, commercial,political, and moral may induce us to wish the South American     cause success ; but we cannot assist it, with-     out exciting the jealousy of all Europe. The Powers of Europe, whatsoever share they may take in the contest, cannot expect us to en- gage in it for the sake of the Spanish party, whose interest is plainly contrary to ours. The present Proclamation, tho...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. At a Bench of Magistrates held on Saturday, Thomas M'Carty and William Welsh, crown prisoners, were convicted of robbing the premises of Captain Read in Murray-Street, and     sentenced to receive 200 lashes each, and to be transported to Newcastle for the space of three years. The manner the robbery was perpetrated shews that the thieves were adepts in their   profession; for they contrived to move some of the pavement in the front of Mr. Read's shop, under which they dug a hole, and from thence made their descent into the cellar, where they     got access to the property, of which they carried off to the value of about 60l. An accomplice of the name of John Hayburn, who was   first apprehended for the felony, was the means of their detection and conviction. Thomas Mason, a free man, was fully committed   to take his trial before a Court of Criminal &...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 November 1818

SHIP NEWS. - This morning arrived the Government brig Elizabeth Henrietta, Mr. H. Smith master, from Sydney, via Port Dalrymple, having on board 30 female prisoners for this Settlement; also   The Sindbad schooner, Mr. Payne master, from Sydney, last from Port Dalrymple. Yesterday evening the ship Portsea,   Captain Nicholls, from Sydney, anchored     within the heads where the Naval Officer boarded her. - By intelligence         just received from the Pilot, she has again got under weigh, proceeding to sea.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818

Hi£ HONOR the LIEUTBWANT GOVERNOR h.is thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear m Me HOBART 7 OWN GAZETTE, ana SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be cooftdcred as Official Cominürtic'ations »ade to thöfe Perlons to whom they may reíate. (By COMM A WO OF HIS HONOR), H.E.ROBINSOM, Secretary*

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818

HOBART rOWM. Sitting Magiftrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWV-Sailed onSun.| Sap^^w day ^ *or P«lDalrymple, the Í/IS¡¡^& Young Lachlan Packet, Mr. «a¿§é^ Tíiorofon jnaftor ; from which place (he will Oiortly fail with a a cargo of meat [for Sydney, On Thurfday failed for England, the Ano whaler, Captain Wilkinion, with a cargo of hearly 300 tons of Mack oil, and 100 barrels of fpermaceti. Capt. W. intends to touch off the coaft of New Zealand on the voyage, foi :tho purpofeof procuring about 40 ton» »nore offpcrm oil* ' ¡Yefterday, failed the Government Colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta». Mr, Smith Conv mander,,fûr Port Jackfpn,haying been fix rjajfjl ., at the Derwcnt¿r-P»flenger¿, ¡Jiïrf, iVolfng« ^ and family; and Mr,G. Gueft. She conveys v thither feveral perfons who havebeen recently, . committed by the Magiftrates to take tncir¡trl- «j al before the Criminal Court at Sydney, foP, ikeep-ftealing and other offences; alfo other« fr who have been tentenced for various p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818

SALES BY AUCTION, BY MB, LEWIS, At his Warehoufe in Liverpool-dreet, on Mon- day next, the 23d Indent, at li o'Clock in the Forenoon precifely, the following Goods, [NDIAN CORN, in Lots of Five Bufhels, to * he taken from the .Wharf (by Sample) ; Engliíh Salt, in Lots as packed in Caiks from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8 cwt each ; Rum, in Lota hy hogfhead ; Iron, in Lots as numbered at Mr. Lewis's Rooms; Steel, in Lots by box as do. ; Brad Wire Sieves, in Lots by fet as do. ; Paint, in Lots by keg as do. ; Grindftones, in Lota by ungle one as do. ; Walh-hand Bafins andi Jug*, in Lots jug and baftn as do. ; Gig Ham cfs, as do. ; Soap, in one Lot of about J3,61bs. grofs as do. ; Fifh-hooks, in one Lot by *ooo. .23** Prompt Payment will he required ; and che Purchasers of the Salt will underftund, that they will he charged 15s. for each .Gaflcy if taken away with that article. BY MR. LEWIS, , At Kangaroo Point, on Wednefday next, the 25th Indant, at Two o'CIook precifely,' ., HIRTEÇN HEAD of...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday. November 21st. 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 21st, 1818.   MR. T. QUIN is appointed Storekeep- er at Port Dalrymple, subject to the Approbation of His Excellency the   Governor in Chief, on the Resigna-   tion of Mr. Dry. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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