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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

Subscribers to the JLaunceston kdvrtizer are respectfully informed, that all persons will be charged for this paper up to the expiration of the passing quarter; and that all notices to discontinue i_ must be ac- - ? compani^d with all the arrears, or the paper will be sent and charged f«r unti I fully paid. The Quarter Days are— September 30th, Drcember 3l8tfHIarclj 31s^and June 30th, respectively. The Terms arenas follow :-^U«i»rterlys 4fyaid in advance 10s. ; if paid at the end of the Quarter 135. MX Subscribers who pay for inserting their_^Adyjeitiseaieiits 3— -or-more times, will be entitled to 2 insertions gra ^^is^^or-l;he^r^t^^in«Sr^8i^^drf-afld^ibr — each line respectively beyond 8, the charge is 3d. per line ; to Noasubscribers 5s. for the first 8 lines, and 3d. ^per line for ftU - above that4i«mber. -_--.- AH manuscript Advertisements will be con* , ^^ih^woV^untH~7i^ufiteiinaiidi*d, T-^xcept~'the ^ num\ierofiiisei lions are marked thereoq. orun less they would be out of da...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LEAVES FROM A JOURNAL. HLEM-A-LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

LEAVES FROM A JOURNAL. HELltt-A-tl E. A sailor taking a walk in the fields, preceived anuuLJbul! rapidly advancing towards him, evi dently * i th no good in tention as to Jiis person. *? Heim-a-iee, messmate,' berried out at the very *oj-:of liisJHMce, -'tielm*4ee7r The jniaimlt, * however, . probably uol 4wmprehen(jW hi» in juut uum aio hoi, pay it impucic ooeQience, sue speedily levelled his wnrth j « Jyi«pr y fth. the grass. ?» There, you, stupid,' said the i«r, as fee raised himself, more io borrow than in anger €Q bis elbow, t4 Didin't I telTyou,. you'd run foul ?'we.' ..... -. , -. ?..:.,..._.,;.'. --, . ? :!_ ? the devil's owjuJ ? __^ ? — — Whin the voluuteermg furor was at its height, ? a regiment , , was ; foruied^tmt^f^JhBJe^BcUva j . tenchersand students or the inns ofWuti&^iiist formidable legion was, in contradistinction to the: King's Own, The VrlocelslOwJV&c, christened _.'? By a wag, -* the Devil'* Own.?' '--- '; ? ~r- : ':rsxi^M«jEyr7-'v- ?_-? .... ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

NOTICE. - A ?it Persons are Hereby Cautioned r-=»»3gaiiist Trespassskng on iny Land, op — ;#i44ier vide of thv Meander, -^oflaroonly called the — LJKfcstwn Rivpr, by Miiuoiug bark, Mling timber, or, depasturinr ^«ock fbereon. A Iarg-» he'r-J of Cattle hav-Ho.'-i4te4TOtttiree years been feeding ep my Stork-Farai, on the north side of the said ^ river, and as 1 have requested the owners to re ^ move them, if they are not immediately taken away, I will have them impounded. r v. ??- f -. RICHARD BRY. ?/;— Elpliin, 10th January, 1||31. 'If R. 'J- ASnE? BRENN AV beingaiiowt -1** to. leave the service of _Mt, Kowl an, ^aK claijms_»jaich have been traosacte-J-«u Mr. L _ ^p*^ilPi»MtJif j^-AMEb Brenn a.n, had bet ter be broujrhtHn^ndwaBiedtjeforelkiideparU ure, to prevent mistakes. - January 10th, 1831. XW*~ SA ^ at *m ' '9o'TOOT0»*fi, London — Ur.^OKM,; Bjrisbaiie*stireet^-A very su .-r p^rk^collertWof iJftNtS,just1atidea froto Oib '^1 MnneinJa^mmJL& ^Sd^o^s^per^arH-t-aiso^r quantitv...

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CHARLES THE TENTHS COMPLAINT. (In imitation of "THE SLUGGARD.") I. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

CHARLES THE TENTH S COMPLAINT. t£u imitation ^f ?? The Sloggabi-.'i 1. *Tii tlieveice of my subjects, Ifceaivthem complain, I've deluded my people, the reaulHfi-quiteplaia' As the priests are at mass, so was! ofnli^l:1rroii«, ~=An imbecile Mouareh.'au indolent drone. ? ' ''??*- Had I used less craft. I still might be ruling: . But my days and roy-hours were wasted in fooling. I waked up from snoring and called for mi crown. Bat my lethargic habits soon set me down. ? — — ? =^=T ; '8't'.~~~''.'Z.'-'. . \.~.~y. '7. .7 ' ~ Wflen iiaieleft my palace 71 saw without guise ? Those Jesuitical Priests, aad hosts of oldepiea; ? And the robes that hung on me were ragged and poor. 7TIZ Aad my Ufa Jike a beggar's dependant once more. ? %t\A T. yB Mon^rf.hw nf F.nrppft, 'tis r lesson for yon, ? 11 1 _ My doom is a picture for you to review. Can I thank that nation that freedom deos cherish, ? - Oh; 'tis knowledge has conquer'd and tyrants .mast perish The present good weather, we mean the ab senc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

-^he undierBieotiotfPtl GQOHS, and now^on Mle *t iiw: stores,' in X!atoTyroii-Sti'«etL at r-e- duoBd prices. Cash or Colonial Produce la - .._ j^n-^n—pa y noent at the market price ; and liberal Hcredit^fiv en on jappr-ov* d sejHyijty^ ? _. _1 1O hhdl.iTa^ore^ojt^r J 'r ^ ^a xiercPsTbf »t'b©tUed brown stoat 12 do. f»»le a}«T~~~'''' « ? ^^o» sjrong x x x ale . ? , j^ngd7^Buri«ri do, '-- -— -'— ? IQ^Iia's^panish red wine 50 cask* botijed purl do; ? JO^io^sberry do. S quarter^asks sherry do. ? _ 10 . casefwr^t-do.-;- ?___ ? 20 oporto tdp. ?....:.-- ? : JjfJape wjne in pipes, half^iod quarter do. - 3 pip^u^braiidy U puncheons rum 8 l-hlids. jwegar _ r t5 half-barrelB prime pork '-- lO^toiriilB of France sugar ? -?-?—- — ? 33 chests, and 24 half-chests Hyson skin tea '? -'-- '''? * . ?. '/ 2 carroteels of currants, and ten barrels of ~Sioy*iiaiiew/Md,j5aisuis ..._;. :.... ... ? 5 boftg dried apples in small baskets — ; 28 cases, containing mustard, pickles, salad1 ? _ ? oUY-cafe»=and^liv...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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PUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

PUNS. C( I wonder how the new piece Mttddin gets un^' inqnirwd ^gentleman of iiis^frientl. ^** You had better send a lad in to see,' was the n-ply. A~ieTPi1erri-eTCPryiTig two crows flyi»tg iddi:-by- side, exclaimed, 'Aye, that is just as it should be ; I hate to ''see me ctaw oxer another.' A poor country hawker being detected iii^her act of snooting a butcher bird, Was laken before a justice. '* So, fellow,' cried Mittimus, .** you ^hi«k— fiM;o-«h-*ot— without a license, -4o-y4Mi-^- *fc Oh, no, your honour,,' cried the offender, '? I have a license for hawking ;' so saying, he hand ed him a pedlar's license, and the bird shot being proved a hawk, the nan was discharged. Mr. B. happening to be present at a debate, Where a gentleman getting up, repeated the words '* I buikl' several times without being able to proceed with the thread of his argument, ?* Gentlemen,' cried Mr. B. ' the gentlemen is Stopped in his building for want of materials' 'That man is a thief,' said a wag to nis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

? IT i General Meeting, held at the f xm. Launcesion Hotel, in Laanceston, for the purpose of establishing RACES in the ; County of Cornwall, agreeable to advertise ; nMMit, James Cox, Esq. being called to the _. chair, the following Officers were elected for the ensuing season :— ? I ' _ ...?_. Steward** JAMES COX, Esq. JOSEPH ARCHER, Esq. THOMAS DUTTON, Esq. THOMAS LANPALL, Esq. , _____ ? .-..--? - See$itary^^ ALEXANDER PATERSON, Esq. Treasurer^ ? .. ? JAMES RANKLN, Esq. ? ___ ? Cferft, JOHN W. GLEADOW^ Esq. Assistant C/erft, Mr. ALEXANDER WADDLE ? Committee of General Mmnvgemtnt) ? THOMAS DDTTON, Esq. THOMAS LAND ALL, Esq. ALEXANDER PAtERSON, Esq. . C. B. HARDWICK, Esq. 1 ? JOHN W. GLEADOW, Esq. J It was resolved as follows :— ~ ^y — That the Races be run at Eaunceston, and commence on the 2nd Tuesday in March, 1831. That a list be open for Subscribers, and left with the Treasurer, with Mr. Hardwick, Norfolk Plains, and Mr. G. Hogg, €ampbell Town. That the Subscription be 4 guine...

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LACONICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

____. ? ~XltCOWTCS7 ~- - From the work of that Title, 'IpiTy less the ignorant who know nothing, than those who~know but indifferently wfcatthey have learned— It is better to know a little thor oughly than m^cJ^iar^rficjaiJj/!_^ ? — — ^^'THTTDGirjursticeoe not commonly sold, yet it costs m ich, and if is necessary to be very -rich in order to obtain it.' ' £ll sorts of wisdom and useful knowledge may be obtained by a plain man of sense, without what is called learning.1' 'We may safely judge of a man's truth by his understanding.' ? ' Abov«* all things reveren'-e thyself.' u Fellowship in treason is a bad ground of confidence.' — 44 All is but lip-wisdom which wants experi ence.' ? j_ — ^^-pRtwcB^ho-faHeth-outwithiawsiireaket^t1 with his best friends.' ?

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INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. (Continued frum No, 99.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. {Continued f mm No, 99.) Tbe caste or division of the people of Tndia in to four ^istintt^hFS^iiigthB^reatfBtpoiitkal institution in all Hindoostan, and consequently of the greatest importance in speculating upoti the provable form of the future government is the first thing ? which jcoYncs under consideration. 'Some persons have lauded this division of a peo ple as a wise arrangement, others have ridiculed Jt as absurd, and others consider: it av-tfaa-poBt barbarous of *4l known institutions— as opposed 'to jr*asdji* as well as justice, knd as being a s V£tejn repleie' with tyranny and horror. Amone thelat ter we raok ourselves, and in order to shew our readers who may be unaware of the nature of this subject that we have grounds for otir condemna tion, we w.Ul exjBlain as. briefly as possible the nature of the caste w4 its effects. v --.. The. tour classes #r, tiibes alluded to, are as fol lows:— . ...:.. .f:-.... .?...;.;.?;...-.. _.t- - ?' ? 1 st.~- firo^m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

.-'.'? V 1V.th? PuWtc duty of a. JaainalUt to dispel d«!u»i»» ; bat i *? ™e ™»cha*K* «ftbw duty he must not «pect jto^findJus road i ferfeotly free from the arrows of those who are interested in pra- ] ▼en; nig tie Mpu «f truth fr«m c9aSr^tiMg jimd Axsaif^mgJkekt i The mischievous and detrimental circular .. iiDn of Accommodation Puper, is tve are I ^PPy to fiy'd, «l^ily declining. The public I have suffered so much in consequence of the occasional tail urt.s which have taken place in ; Hoaies carrying on business with this speci l ovs sort ~of false capital, that every one is 'exceedingly cautious how he puts his name I to paper except in bona fide transactions in his own business. ? This will tend tn put a ?top to accommodation discounting- generals ly, because (as it always occurs, if t\ lends his name to B, B in return tend* his name to A) where persons do not jrive they will not expect to receive accommodations of this ? natiu». At first sight the existence of this fort of pape...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

Wp have received a Copy of the Van Diemen's land Almanack. Edited aud printed faj Mr. Hen ky Melville; and really- it's neat outside ap pearance tempted us to disregard our breakfast '1 ^nd dip de»p -m- this very useful work. We ' 3taejju^e_jMirijs»jE Ji; aiiaijrin^iIMotlire to re commeiid it to the Tasmania n Public as a v- ry useful book .-off efercnci' ; and although notoer haps^o~valuai)ie as a preseut to send to Europe as the inestinable work ot our respected Contem porary Dr. Ross, yet it is scarcely behind that highly valued work as a book ef .efereuee and Hitrfky^br perionfl-residin|r»n-thf'-eoloiiyrJFbpre ? is one error in both these Almanaks, which we cannot allow to pass us Vittibut a remark. It is 'as refers to Laooreston— the Port being des cribed as capable of receiving Vessels .of 300 Tons burthen,] whereas we have now one of 400 Tons, and several have anchored as_near_J.his Town as the sftme Vessels un at Hobartbn of nearly 400 tons. Another trifling blemish is in th...

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RETURN OF PRODUCE, CATTLE, &c., IN THE DISTRICT OF LAUNCESTON. LAND IN CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

RETIKN OF PRODUCE, CATTLE, Tb;, IN r^THE JHSTimrr;OF;rai3NCESTON, --r-~ Land in Cultivatigtn. Whsat., ? ...;..,..... 6124 acres B*:l?y ? ? j^jii ? ??..... ?- - ? ? so3__ 4o. Pease. .„. '. ? . 16 do. Beans. ? ?» 6 -do* Potatoes . ? . ._._. 245 ^o. Tui/iips ..... .... . . ?« .157 do. Euglish grasses . ... . . . . , 1406 :d6. 7) Total. . . ^ . .^.*577-ac£es. -??=-?- ? _ ? g^^j^,.... _. _. Horses,:,. ? . 462 _ ? Huroed-C^tie^-r-.-^. ^ ^A2i*m ? Siieep ? 72789 ? Total . ..... 86751 ?

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

? '. ? . ? ? m JZCMfcSk. . _. .y^-arrivals or^epav&ures jBus'-yReek...., - . V^aS'tiliS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR, Ships Persian jmiJBoipbayL; TSrigs -4.lesom«e.aiid Bijtaiufia. . '?'???' ? Arrived in HobartTown.' ? On the 31st ult.,— -The ship Clarence, Capj. Lird saYj friiin a whaling voyage, with about 100 tons sperm oil. ? ~ ' __ ? Same DayT-^-The ship Medway, ^afrn^^Wipif, from Syduey Uherlfit4i^e-^f^w4th^ maize, cedar, 18 mates and ll&loals. --P&sen.gvrs, ' — *BgMrasrK~LoaiFr. .Bttrdekm, ^^ __3[ouittf^-IlettlgtoH— Ellter^nsmitij, Withers, Dowdle, Newman, Mrs. ISrnilh, and ^^T-M^aaiy^Jiitti^^hiidi^^,--^ -.:^^=r-j-. ''On ' tl«5 isi iiist.,— Tiie barque Austen, Ca;t. Ludd, — froH^-Gttiiftfi r^tid^itHiii^WT^wftiFaiWU^afci^es tea, silk«;7ia^qu^tidjware,_gu^ar,, &c. ? : On tUe 2nd.,-— Tlie school j^rResolutioii, Caj-.t. Lan cey, J'kto Launceston the 29th Dec., with a .cargo., of — wheat ttirii wool. — Passen^Tf^Mr. James ir'ay'. ^ ''Bailsi;* from Hob a...

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Thursday. 30th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 January 1831

Thursday. 30th Decr.           Rebecca Carr, assigned T^^ajjtaji* j^jlmau, drunk and ^disorderly; — 28 days solitary cotifiuer ??-4a4»«t^n_1)fejd_aad..H'a.tftr_-'/'^r~ — ? -'?--?' ~ johii Dent, 1% W.-, neglect of duty, and inso lenc* to the ii|r|)et;toxjeI~AV^4ks~-50 iaslief. ?—--A41B 'Brown, _a»signvti txr M rrP. Lett**, ne e\vct~ ? — ofr-ifatyTfztmd -iviifiiiiy ckii joying w+^ilng appar cp n A - it* in ei) t on bread and uuter. ??-..._ Ellen Scott, assigned to Mr. Peter Lette, neglect of duty and disobedience of orders— 10 days sol- itary confinement on bread and water.   VViJliamJCJrejBseiuan, drunkenness — fincd^s; ? ? ? ^johji Griffiths, assfjpief} to Mri G. Hubbard, absconding— rthfee months in the chain-gang, and rf^n^j t«-tlie-«ervi-*e^ot' Go vernnjtmt. - r— ~ — zsz~ ~ joiin^Bodtt and Winiam ilarn«*s,-P. W., neglect r__i_:-i— _.^j f~ d-at ^jr^^e^*tT*fiye~iHsiiies'^eyfi ^ j^SS^BonrrV ''ifrwwor-thy^-...

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FROM THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

FROM THE SYDNEY MONITOR. I^TSTfeinoDs TIucumstance. A c lose search liBVing been ordered on Manly B-jach, near the N«-nh Hi ad, at which place~tl»i- skeleton of 'a' Dvn and (he clothes which were detached from th« b«u*y, were found last week. O'Meara ona of the conductors «f -h-* Police, ptocpeded to the spot en Sunday, and after a long and minute search found a hosf pistol, about 200 fee* from the bones, the flint of which was in! he pan *sif iiiatfijeen-fired* -A white, bet jn tolerable Condition was aisolo^indYThesiiTc -ftMiT'Trhirtr WalTouhd on th* fir t discovery, bears mark of . a. ball having passed threw it. Ail of which goi»«— tb«u8*est that the jjnfortunate deceased Bet Ills death by his own hand. The P*.ant ^phdihc— Hopes of life having , been -clierislreilHky ^Mrr. Terry's servant, he re. ' «olved at last to reveal the secret ; and on ^ JSaiurday j^empanii^-^yHiis^astex^nd-Jfcbe-; % governor of jthe gaol, he was taken to Mr. Terry's premises, and at the bottom of the gar...

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MOTIVES FOR LOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

MOTITES FOR LOVES. We love handsome women from inclination, ordinary ones for interest, and virtuous ones fro» reason. ? ._ ? — ? A-G«ODHfc*A«O!C. ? At a late trial, a witness was ( examined to prove that his signature to a certiicate of mar riage was forged. On his cross-examination, the opposite counsel exclaimed, in a voice of thunder, ? *v Will you iwear, Sir, that that Is not your 'haud- writing?' ' No,' replied the other, 'Mon't like to swear to it, because I ean*t rend .'' HIGHLAND SERGEANT AT WATERLOO. A highland sergeant, formerly billeted in Mr. Van Mon's hous« at Brnssfls, rame back with ihe basket hilt of his sword so brubed that he could not get his hand oat of-HrtrH-T»Hi»Yp«l by n hi ark, smith ! He made very light of his wounds, and only hoped soon to be '-at the enemy again.' They had not disarmed him ai least. BON MOT. — ly-this witty auth'^^nnpany. not very leng -sinee^t happened*Ttht»t^wo ^enilemen were dis* cussing, rather warmly, a medical point. ' You say,' cri...

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THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

-THE PAST.' ? -.--' It c-jflnr* oe'r the heart like an ecfco bland Or a gentle voice from ' Faery land .' On bitlmy breezes borne to the strand, ? *- O fmcniorf 'cses. ItteliiofLhe ioTB thntrmr-childhood knew* — ? Of hovesjthat wpre_bright as the rainbow's hue. Of the tears that were pure its morning dew. ^ ??'---.. On the ▼?rnal tree. It fip.e»ks oftlws hours of earliest love . __ . OfthesyJyaB gl«n. *nd ;he sumnTergii've, lit.o ugh which our fwotstejHS oft woul«l rove, - ? ? In the by-gone day «? -'- Of the longing glance of that aaure«ye, Ol the cheek that watt dashed with the rose's dye. Of the smile that was soft as orient sky ? _ ? When the, sun-beam gUys And «h it is tweet as the night comes Dn, - When th* heaTt wndreery.. sad , and lone, ? — To nusejm the friends that -are past and gene, _.._.... ? ? To come, onaeverf And to think tbey love in the memory bright. A:; forms tfcat are^-lad in the Imes oflight. — And will not depart till the '* stilly night* Be set fi-r erer ! ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

R HER BETER BETNTER BBTSINTJEIi RBTMRINTER ? — ? RRTrtlBPRlMrEtt, ? - ? RETNIRPEPRI^TER RKTNIRPEHEPHINTER RETNIRPEHTHEPRINTER ? UtwiajgKHfYTBBPRlNfJBR RETS lIPBHTYAYTHBPRlNf Eft ttEtMHPKHTTAfP]AYTHJiPlU\tER RETNtaPEHTYAVTHEPRtNTER RETNIRPEHTYTBEPRINTER ? JWtFIMR*&HXHJBi^Bl^l!filt ? RETMHPEHBPRINTER BETNIRPEPRINTER RETMRPRIN1ER RETNIRINTER RETNINTEa RETNTRR BETER HER * R [My charitable feel* ugs having w consequence of great excitation, drawxi^y^^mimjfjjjiear empty, I wilt) feel thankful to my advertising Friends and Subscribers, if they will read, add then carefully comply with, any of the above va« I33t!piw?=^e:y««ng-aian~-wlio^iaifleiits the Ji?l ji is fully authorised to give receipts to any person* who then pay him the amount. Mr/ John Fawkner, Senr. is fully authorised to recem all Monies due temewi the otfeer-«id«rof-theTl*l*»A^I» — JOHN FAWKNER, Juu.] Subscribers to the Launcetten Advcrtizcr are respectfully informed, (hat all persons will be charged for this paper up...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

J: -'y On the 14tti,=The brur Czar, Captain Russell, lronv'Gi^pJWck-274thAttg«st7^i4 last (J'om tllfc *'»PR ofOood-Hope, wirti^geueralissbrtni^Qt of merchat-_ dize, with 20 passengers 4br4ius73*pri, particulars in ourraxt. ? _ ? -No^departures this week. Sh^ps Persian and Bombay ;~bngs Resource and Britannia and Czar. — No arrivals in Hobart town since out last. ? jSAiLEfl -from Hobart Town. ? 6ir^te-9tfa^rhe^arqiiie--G^ion,-Oapt. Damson,, 'for Gevloh,- with part ©f her original cargo. Passen vop — ^lM[r Fox* On tlie l»th,— The sloop Rubulloh, Capt. Mont ^oinery^or-NW^Z^alanarwithahhds. Geneya,^and 12 Fbarreis^un powder. ? /^_ — . -^4h^4tU%The barnSOTStona, CaptrSotfthman, TorSyaT7ov,~witir5Tart of her original cargo. Passen-' gets\-Mrs. Souluimui, eapt Blair, &=33fessrs^- Biair. k J.XIaiheron. ? '

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

JOHN -BROW v begs leave to inform TSsTrTena^ and ttic^PubWili general, that he has i omroeiiced busint ss at the corner of Charts and Brisbane-streets, and offers the fol lowing GO(^ for Cash or Colonial Produce : — Slops of every description Long-doth Pftiits''*' .-..-..- = — ? _ T-a and sugar Tobacco . Frying pans Saucepans -* J Brittaunia metal tea-pott Do. do. table spoons I ? Ila- ? do. tea-spoons ? Improved square coffee mi Hi ^ and 3_foot roles American '.crew augeri T'rtrsaw files Cross-cut do. ? ? Brass candlestick! ~ * ; Flre~3op . '~ .. Steelyards from 100 to 300 lbs j?ire irons ^P hingeS ? ? ? XutLhmges ? Books and Uingef ? _4iour-locks ? — l ? ? Door bolts 77 ~ — : ? Batten nails Weather-board do. Flooring brads Window glass White lead Oil and turpentiao Vinegar Baisias Flour sieves Milk strainers Soap Black lead pencils Quills ?'?-._. Patent sheep shears Polished steel snufers , Hearth brooms ? British-twine ? — ? - __: ? Cttp^er-twUtettler ? : ? Knives and forks Gentl...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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