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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

Shipping Intelligence. HOUAOT TOWN. Arrivals.-May 1-the schooner Challenger, 80 tons, Winter, from South Australia, with sundries. 4-the bark' Eamont, Burstall, from Calcutta, 14th Januiry, via Adelaide, 24lh April, with sundries-pas- sengers, Mr. R. Parker, Mr. C. S. Penney, and Mr. and Mrs. Davidson. 4-the bark Mary Hay, Votum, from Port Phillip, with fat cattle and sheep, for Mr. Burke. 5-the schooner Elizabeth, 34 tons, Stile«, from Laun- ceston, R. Cleburne, agent, with sundries. 5-the schooner Elizabeth, 58 tons, Riley, from Port Phillip, with 22 hides. 5-the balk Jean, 282 tons, M'Cuteheon, from China, C. Swanston, agent, with tea, Sic. Depastures.-May 1-the brig Argo, 169 tons. Billing, for Sydney, with part of hacimport cargo and sundries from this port. 3-the bark West Indian, 387 tons, M» Arthur, in bal- last, cleared out for Jamaica, but bet probable destination is believed to be Valparaiso. 6-the brig Highlander, 210 tons, Lovitt, whaling. 6-the brig Hind, 141 tons, Jon...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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SCRAPS FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

SCRAPS FROM THE STATES. A Two-Headed Snake -The following very extra ordimry stitement wu find m the " Leavens«orth, Ia , Arena '-" A very singular looking snake wai killed on the farm of Mr James Van Winkle. It was about two feet long, uncommonly large in pro- portion, with a perfect head on each end of the body It could crawl both ways, but it did not appear to cull, twist, and straighten as much as snakes am accustomed to do, because its double head afforded an extra advantage over all other snakes-if it wishet to go a different direction it need not turn round, it only had to crawl with the other head forward We believe this is the only su ike of the kind ever known in America " Laige Rats -In Tennessee they have rats so large that they think nothing of seizing children by tho legs and dragging them into their holes A New State of Mind.-The following toast given at a dinner down east, must h ive been the effect of stuped ptggerism -"Our country is a dwelling tlie East is tho kit...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

CHINA. I " The following is an Edict from tire Commis sioner, etc., prohibiting in future all transship-' ments into neutral bottoms, and in fact the im- portation of British goods, and threatening with confiscation of ship and cargo to whoever acts 1 against this new law. This document being of great importance, the translator has taken great care to give the exact meaning of the Edict, and we doubt not that he has succeeded. In conse- quence, the transshipments that were still goin<* on at Tungkoo have ceased for the present, we ure told, and an American ship, partly laden, has again discharged her cargo and proceeded to Whampoa with rice. Doubts are nevertheless entertained about the law being rigorously enforced, and we may here mention, that the Helen Douglas, late Cambridge, hitherto re- fused admittance to the port on account of the vessel's having been in Captain Elliot's service, has now received permission to proceed to Whampoa, and that other vessels already la...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

MISCELLANEOUS. Vicissitudes of Fashion_The changes of Fashion often caused great distress among the workmen. In 1761» the peace of the metropolis was disturbed by the paru lie-makers, who went in procession to petition the King against the innovation of people wearing their own hair. At the recovery of Geo. III., after his first illness, an immense number of buckles were manufactured ; they were spread over the whole kingdom. All the wealth of Walsall was invested in this speculation. The King went to St. Paul's without buckles. Shoe-strings supplied the place of straps, and Walsall was nearly ruined. The disuse I of wigs, leather breeches, buckles, and buttons, is supposed to have affected the industry of a million of persons.- Wade's British History. Strange Mode of Building. Sir Grenville Temple, in his " Excursions in the Mediterranean," gives the following curious account of the mode of building at Tunis, on the African coast:-'' On speaking to the architect and engineers, and ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Sm,-I havercadin your last pnper with deep interest, the account of the proceedings of the late public meeting. 1 perfectly concur with the resolution moved by ¡Mr. Orr, and so cordially adopted, viz., to pétition Her Majesty to appoint a commission to investigate hore, where alone the truth can be fully developed, our social state, and by the report of that commission, and not by unaiithenticatcd, exaggerated, and perverted statements, entirely on the dark side of our character, of the malignant and the in- terested-that we may be judged. In the meantime it occurs to me that the community here should, in the words of Mr. Burn, be tip and doing-for the commission may never be appointed-or what seems very likely, a considerable time may elapse beyond what the distance and circumstance require, and the inquiry itself would occupy a long period. For these and many other reasons, therefore, I would suggest that steps should be immediately taken to show the ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

PORT PHILLIP. The Military.-A detachment of the 96th regiment now arriving in Sydney from England, will relieve the detachment of the 28th, under the command of Captain Smith, at present stationed in Melbourne, in June next. Captain Smith, we believe, intends to leave the army and become a settler at Hunter's River.-Port Phillip Herald, April 24. The Blacks.-It was generally expected that a fight would take place on Wednesday night between the two native tribes at present parading our streets in a state of semi nudity. Some spears were thrown, one of which struck and severely wounded one of the Melbourne blacks. The battle did not take place. We hope the Protectors will endeavour to pacify our sable brethren and prevent scenes of this description occurring within the very boundaries of the town.-Ibid, The Farra Farra.-Another joint stock company is on the tapis ; a bridge is wanted for the Yarra Yarra, and a company has been formed for the purpose of constructing one, provided the c...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.   Sir, The course which Mr. W. Wood has been pursuing- that of perverting facts, and of continuing to assail me in every journal where his ravings gain admittance, without waiting for any reply from me in answer to his 'extra-   ordinary' statements, has not a parallel. It is a happy mode of argument-first to give a state- ment to the public which is not based on truth, and then to draw conclusions from such false premises-which has been Mr. Wood's conduct. The part of his letter in your journal which I parti- cularly refer to, is that where he reiterates his charges that the man Woolley was tried three times and acquitted- | I have already given the public the only true statement of that adair as it occuncd at the Police Office, and I have already furnished to the editor of the Cornwall Chro- nicle, in whose journal Mr. W. Wood's first and other articles appeared, a complete answer to nil Mr. Wood's ' extraordinary'statements,...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.   Mr. Jackson.-We are authorised in stating, that Mr. Jackson, our Colonial Treasurer, has no intention, as intimated in a late number of the "Hobart Town Advertiser," of succeeding the Hon. Henry Elliott, as Private Secretary to Sir John Franklin, at Hobart Town.-Southern Australian, April 9. Another Native Committed.-Yesterday, Jemmy, a native, was brought up before Henry Wigley, Esq., the Resident Magistrate, and fully committed on the charge of assaulting and wounding the shepherd of Mr. Horrocks, and stealing some sheep in February last.–Ibid. Local Intelligence.-Another Special Survey.-During the past week, a special survey was taken by the Victoria Survey Association, at the sources of the Torrens. The district in which this survey has been taken adjoins one of the best special surveys of the South Australian Company.-Ibid, April 2. Earthquake.-On Tuesday afternoon last, about 4 o'clock, a slight shock of an earthquake was felt in this city, and ...

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THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING. JUY sn84o. (GOVERNMENT NOTICE, NO. 82, .Colonial T Secretary's Office, April 2î. The Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be notified, that John Frederick Clarke, Esquire, M.D., has been appointed Deputy-Inspector-General of Hospitals, and Francis Bishop, Esquire, Deputy-Purveyor of Hospitals, for this Colony. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. (GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 69, Colonial X Secretary's Office, May 6. The Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. John Edward Smee to be Gaoler at Oatlands, vice Mr. Grover, resigned : to take effect from the 8th instant. By His Excellencv's command, M". FORSTER. GOVERNMENT NOTICE,] No. 00, Colonial Secretary's Office, May 7. The Lieutenant-Governor has approved of the appoint- ment of James Hallam, per Moffatt, as Javelin Alan in the Sheriff's Department, vice Thomas Miller, per Bengal Merchant, resigned. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. fl OVE RN MENT NOTICE, No. 91, Colonial \.~W Feeictary's ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING; MAY 8,1840. WE ' lay "before our readers the answer to the Petition delivered this day by His Excellency in person. We have not room for lengthened com- ment this week, but we beg to join in the very general expression of disappointment, not to say indignation, which it has excited amongst the members who formed the deputation. In the first .place,'it appears that we are altogether under a delusion as to the scarcity of labour ; but to gratify our whim, His Excellency is willing pending the decision of Her Majesty's Govern- ment on the unrestrie'ed right of the Land "fund to send home for labourers under the bounty system, but we must not forget to pay the Quit Kents-the Quit-Kents, in order to enable him to carry into effect so very bountiful and gene- rous an exercise of the power with which he is invested. Was there ever such mockery as this ? It was enough surely to have refused a favour without adding an insult. What on earth "bad the Quit-Rents.to ...

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TO OUR COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

TO OUR COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. "WV Aare 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 une-month. We can devise no better expedient of coming to a settlement, for although the accounts individually are but trifling, they are in the aggregate to us of immens» , importance, The enclosures of T. W. ¡ J. M. ¡ and ? F. P. hat* t«en rteeited. Our best thanks wait upon them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

For Adelaide. THE fine fast tailing schooner Chah lenger, Winter, master, will pro- ceed to the above port on Saturday next. m» -For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, or to New Wharf, Way 4. F. A. DOWMNO. TQT Port Phillip. THE fine fast sailing A 1 British built ship Branken Moor, 371 tons per register, D. Smith, commander, hourly expected, will commence loading foTtlie above port immediately on her arrival. Having great height between decks, this vessel presents a favourable opportunity for the conveyance of live stock. For freight or passage, having very superior cabin accommodation, apply to KERR, ALEXANDER, & Co. New Wharf, April 23. NOTICE J S hereby given, that owing to the shortness of the days, and other causes, the Derwent | m t nm Steam Packetwill.forthe Winter, discontinue running from New Norfolk to Hobart Town end back the same day. In lieu thereof, the vessel will leave New Norfolk at IO A.M., on Mondays, Wednes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

KOVAZi VICTORIA THEATRE, CAMPBELL STREET. ""CMIE Public nre most resppctfully informed, that I on Monday, May 11, will be performed for the first time in this colony, with new Scenery, Dresses, mid Decorations, the splendid Melodrama entitled PETER BELL THE WAGGONER, OP. THE MUKDLRERS OF MASSIAC After which, Comic Song, Mr. Harold. To conclude vt iib the Musical Burletta of MIDAS. Apollo.,.Mrs. Clarke. ggp For particulars see small bills. Notice THE public are respectfully informed, that the Fancy Fair will positively take place on Thursday, the 28tb instant. .T. G. JENNINGS, ? t. . . May 8. JOHN WALKK«, J Seeretai.es. JMOT? Town Race Course. AT a Meeting of the Shareholders in the New Town Race Course, held at the cilice of the undersigned this day, u dividend of two pounds ten shillings per share was declmed, and will be paid on application to the Treasurer, on Monday, the 10th instant, by order of the Committee. W. T. MAcMiciiArt, May G. Honorary Secretary and 'J'lcasuicr. Books....

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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

The Courier.     THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1840. WE have received Calcutta papers to the 10th of January. Amongst them we find two litho- graphs of the fortresses of Ghizni and Kelat, which last was stormed by a division under the command of Major-General Wiltshire, and gallantly carried, but not without some loss to H. M. 2nd and 17th regiments, suffering as they did in killed and wounded to the number of ninety-one. The Chief of Kelat was slain, with several other natives of rank ; and the treasure captured will, it is said, yield an ample share of prize-money to all engaged in this last campaign. The Governor-General will reside at Agra for tome time to come. As we anticipated, there is no truth in the report of Sir John Keane's death. We trust the gallant veteran will yet live long to enjoy the honours he has so well earned of his country during forty years of service in " the tented field." The campaign may now be said to be wholly at an end. Nepaul and...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 8 May 1840

LOCAL. His Excellency the Lientenant-Governor has duly announced his intention of holding a Levée at the Government House, Hobart, at two o'clock on Wednesday, the 27th May, in honour of Her Majesty's Birthday. The ceremony of laying the foundation of the New Norfolk Bridge will take place on Thurs- day next, the 14th instant, upon which occasion Sir John and Lady Franklin have signified their intention to honour the directors with their company. After the ceremony the direc- tors give a déjeune to their distinguished visitors and a select party at the Bush Inn. Stodc.-At the sale of stock at Vincent's Yards, Cross Marsh, on the 6th instant, by Mr. T. Y. Lowes, there was a large attendance of buyers, and stock moved off pretty freely at fair, but not exorbitant prices. Cows brought from £8 to £13 each; working bullocks, £31 to £38 per pair; ewes, 19s. to 2ls. ; wethers, 178. to 228. The entire horse Bothwell, exchanged hands under the hammer for £195. Bushranging.-The establishment ...

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TITLE DEEDS. Internal Revenue[?]office, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 15 May 1840

TITLE DEEDS. Internal Revenue-office, May 5. DEEDS of Grant in favour of the individuals whose names arc hereuiuler mentioned are now ready to be issued on payment of the amount due thereon to the crown IN- LANDS GRANTED. John Williatt 617 Do 631 Do 508 Do 920 Thomas Williams 640 Do 640 Do 640 Do 640 Do 640 William Gardner Sams 640 Matthew Ralston 315 John Ralston 640 Do 100 Thomas Prosser 640 Thomas Murphy 640 Do 640 Do 640 Do 500 Do 555 Do 640 William Lyona 640 George Lucas 640 James Keane 640 James Hortle 640 William Hill 200 James Grant 1000 Thomas Gee 490 Frederick Forth 983 John Boucher 400 Henry Baynton 638 Do 640 Do 640 John Adams 1010 Roderic O'Connor 1800 Aitkin, M'Leod, Forster,! and Abbott J 2 | E. Nicholas 470 0 Ashford 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 Dorset 0 do O Swanage 0 do 0 do 0 Devon 0 Cornwall 0 do 0 do 0 Dorset 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 Devon 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 do 0 Cornwall 0 Dorset 0 Glamorgan 0 Westmorland 0 Cornwall 0 do 0 Devon 0 Cornwall 0 Somerset 1 33 Campbell Tow...

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WESLEYAN CENTENARY PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 15 May 1840

WESLEYAN CENTENARY PICTURE. Under this title a large painting has been exe- cuted by Mr. H. P. Parker, which he intends especially to consecrate to the followers of ' John Wesley,' through the means of an engraving. The subject must be one of interest to them, and indeed to a wider circle of Christians than that which embraces their respectable community-it is the providential escape of Wesley, when a boy, from the fire of the parsonage-house at Epworth. This was almost miraculous : the fire broke out at 11 o'clock at night in the month of February ; the house was small, old, and thatched ; but a few moments of alarm were given to the family, who were all in bed at the time, and asleep. In those few moments the Rev. Samuel Wesley was able, by great exertion, to get his wife and seven children from the very midst of the conflagration ; the eighth ' little Jacky' as ho was then called, was alone left behind. Of what followed, Mrs. Wesley, in a letter to a friend, gives this simple but...

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TO OUR COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 15 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 bttter expedient of coming to a settlement, for although the accounts individually are but trifling, they are in the aggregate io us of immense importance. We request those of our subscribers who hate received our circulars not to delay the return of our little draft. We acknowledge by this morning's pott enclosures from T. C. andH.M'G.

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 15 May 1840

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. Arrivals.-May 11-the brig William, 149tons, Thom, from Sidney, J. Giiffiths, agent-seven passengers. 11-the schooner Industry, 96 tons, Sproul, from South Australia, J. Raven, agent, with 5 casks cocoa nuts, and four passengers. 11 - the schooner Enterprise, 55 tons, Bishop, from Port Phillip, Eddie & Co , agents-one passenger. 13-the biig Henry, 107 tons, Toby,from Poit Phillip, Fisher, agent, with sheep and wool, and two passengers. 13-the schooner Tamar, 114 tons, Bell, from Port Phillip, J. Raven, agent, with sheep and seven pas- sengers. Departures.-May 9-the schooner Water If itch, 9!) tons, Rolls, for South Australia, Connolly & Co., agents -two passengers. 9-the cutter Pichwich, 25 tons, Symonds, for Port Phillip, A. Guillan, agent. , 13-the brig Dawson, 227 tons, Price, for Sydney, J. Raten, agent, with sundries and six passengers.

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Shipping Intelligenc[?] HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 15 May 1840

MStatÉMS^BBJBSBsaaasSSS ?blpptaa; . latolUfreaoe. HOBART TOWN. Arrivals.-May' 10-the bark Sir George Arthur afin Bf tons, Currie, from London, 4th December, with a gcnèr«i Bl cargo-passengers, Mr. and Mr«. Petehey, Mr. and M* H Galilee, Misset Ibbett and Armstrong, Messrs Poton W HI Elliott, G. Turner, and J. Cross, Mr. J. Wing «jd fou R children, Mr. and Mrs. Jentry, Mrs. Chambers, Un on Cboen nnd four children, Mr. Prentice, Mr. Miller inri H James Fisher. ' 1 H 12-the schooner Marian Watson, 145 tons, Bi«co. B from Sydney, A. Morrison, agent, with sundries-n,.' H scngcrs, Rev. W. R. Wade, Mrs. Wade and three chit ? dren, Mrs, M'Way, John Fisher, Ann Fisher, Mrs. Thorn* Ü John Harley, 1 Serjeant, 28th regiment, 11 privates, âl» H regiment, and 1 woman. ' H 12-the bark Branken Moor, 371 tont, Smith, from H Port Phillip, with stock-passengers, Mr. Ii. Baynton H Mr. Jones, and three stockmen. ' K 12-the bark Gratitude, 272 tons, Robertson, fmm H Port Phillip, in ballast. m BJ Departu...

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