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(We have been favoured with the following). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

(We have been favoured with the following). Committee Room, Feb. 15, 1830.-Sir, The members of the committee on the Abo- rigines, have the honour to acknowledge your letter of the 3d inst. and beg leave to return you their sincere thanks for the sug- gestions therein contained, and the humane interest you so laudably take in the fate of these our wretched fellow creatures. They fuilhermore are induced to express their sentiments thus publicly in the hope of pre- vailing on other resident settlers of similar humane feelings to follow your example, and communicate to the committee all incidents and information it hieb may come within their knowledge. The committee avail themselves of this opportunity of calling on all as Christiaus and us men to prevent by every possible means the hostile attacks of their servants, and to compel them to adhere to a system of self defence and not of wanton aggression, and in all cases of confidence or surrender to treat them with every kindness and pre...

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THE LORD MAYOR'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

THE LORD MAYOR'S SHOW. Come, my dear Mr. G. make haste, and clean the shop window f we shall want all the room for seeing the Lord Mayor's show. There now, we'll look through the fan-light oui selves,'my dear, and keep the window for our customers.-Mrs. Figgins's compli menls, and much obliged if you could ac comniodate her with a sight of the Lord Ma>ot'sShow? My compliments to Mrs F. ; very sorry ; front is all engaged ; the back looks into the church yard, at her ser- vil e ! There it comes'-oh, what a glorious sight-glorious institution. This is the fust nation in the wot Id. La, how gtcasy it is. Yes, we subscribed for Greece, and a dirty business they have made of it. Come, mut e on. I shan't, I'm fre« of the city. Come, you mustn't make itee here. Take tare o' your Dockets. Hove 5ou lost any thing, Sir ? No, Sir. Then you're luckier than I was last night. 1 put a pint of shrimps in my pocket, and they were all picked going home. Mme on, you must move on. We can't move on-h...

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(From the Australian). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

(From the Australian). Theténow remains but little doubt of the loss of the bng Elizabeth, Captain Oldfield, as she, left Port Dalrymple for Sydney on the 14th of November, 1829, being a period of upwards of two months ago. It is feared she has 'oundercd.-Ibid. Mr." Marsden is about taking another trip to New Zealand, where the Reverend gentle- man has frequently' resorted betöre.-A ves- sel of about 140 toii3 burthen is also to re- pair to the Bay of Islands, on accouut of the Church-Missionary Society.-Ibid. The ship - Jane of Belfast; bound for Quebec willi Irish emigrants; Was boauled in latitude 46, longitude 66, with a signal of d ist i ess flying, ha- ving got entangled among St. Peter's Mauds, apd there lost aiiohors, cables, and boats Fifty-three settlers had effected a landing among the islands. The market was more plentifully supplied than wc have observed it.for some time past, and the prices were-eqnivalent to the supply. Grain-average prices.- Wheat 8s. to 8s.. ed. per...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

THaVCAZETTE ,0F THISJDAY. ¡(Continued front Page Second.) ANNO' DECIDO, Ceorgii iv, Regis, No. 9« An Aril to simplify proceedings at Law or in Eqtittr by of against the Directors and Company oí the " .Dank of Van Diemen's land. WHFRKASa hank inn company carrunff on blivinei» nnrirr the giy'c and firm of the Uank . cf V^iti Diemen's l^ntl is es'nblislied in Ibis island, hint ii ia expedient to iimplifv proceedings al la««; or iniquity commenced bj or against the said corn puny. Jt<* it therefore enacted, by His ExC Heney Cóio »M'Oeifrge Ar hur Lieutenant Governor of the island of Van Diemen'* land and it» dependencies, with the .dvire of the Legislative Council, that after the pas- sing of tin's act et er> solinh, suit and proceeding ni la«v erin equity to he commenced by or on behalfof the said company againat any person or persons if» hellier a member or members of sue'' company or otherwise) for recovering any debt due to or t nforcine any claim or demand» of the sai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. 17th February, 1830. THE General Committee of Management have directed the publication of the following ex- tracts from the minutes of the special General Meet- ing of the 15th instant, called upon the requisition of John Burnett, Esq. one of the Vice Patrons. " Resolved, that the rejection at the meeting of the 15th ult. of the four individuals then excluded was highly inexpedient, and detrimental to the inte- rests of the Society." It is with regret that tbe Committee of Manage- ment has to announce the resignation of John Bur- nett, Esq. one of the Vice Patrons of the Van Die- men's land Society. There being now no motion pending for the consi- deration of the Special General Meeting, which was adjourned to Monday the 22d. instant, that meeting will not take place. ADAM TURNBULL, Secretary. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. 13th February, 1830 The Society met in the Macquarie Hotel, on Sa- turday, at 7 o'clock p.m. The General Committee delivered its monthly r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

TEN POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS two or three young men in faitian »hooting jacket», did within the latt few day« feloniously trespass on my allottment at the back of Stringy balk Ititi, commonly called Knock lolly, and »hot and carried off »everal of my tame rab- bit».-The above reword «ill be paid to any one wha «ill bring the depredator« to justice. Haaart town, f eb. »5, t8l0, . '?"? » >' . . ^ . «. s. ... «v -' ---*. *v> y"rir'-\ ?*.*,-t T^ ?ALüTÍsV AUCTION; " < ,.: "BY f). MKAT.'if , t , At lb» Derwent Auction Matt,' on'Tuesday the 23d instant, at I o'o|ock, ripWO fine 'fut Bullocks, 1 fat heifer sud 1 oow, J. nearly equal to stall fed beef. ' , Immediately after which,T « . A lut »f 2fl]liead of Cattle, consisting of: Quiet milking cows, steers and 2 pair working bullocks. ... , \f * > , , _ After the above, ' Eight or 10 pair of steers and work tog bullocks,' not inferior lo many in the colony: . Immediately after the above, A oarpenter's chest of tool« and «ur...

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CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 12. Martin Cass was convicted of stealing a five pound note, the property of Mr. Walter Synnott. James Lewis, who was committed for stealing nail rod iron, the property of Mr. Barnes, was discharged by proclamation. Matthew Johnson, was convicted of steal- ing from the person of Geo. Edgar, 3 sove- reigns, 3 half sovereigns, 1 Spanish dollar, and 1 rupee, 9 promissory notes for 1l. each, and 1 purse value 6d. On Monday morning at eight o'clock, being the time appointed by His Honour the Chief Justice for passing sentence on the prisoners under conviction in Gaol, the   seven men guilty of capital offences being placed at the bar, His Honour addressed them, observing, that they must have known perfectly well at the time they committed   their crimes, that they were subjecting themselves to the punishment of death. One of them, however, William Perry, con- victed of a burglary in the dwelling-house of Mr. Askin Morrison in Liverpo...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2[?], 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1830. Arrived on Monday the 15th instant, the Australian Company's ship Greenock, 442 tons, Capt. R. Hunter, with a general cargo of goods, chiefly for the company, from Leith 7th September, and therefore brings no news. She touched at Rio Janeiro which she left on the 7th December. Passengers Mis. Harvie, Mr. R. Gunn, brother of Lieut. Gunn, Lady and child, Mr. James Oliver, Mr. Robert Porteous, Mr David Pitcairn, brother of Mr. Pitcairn, Solicitor, Mr. Wm. White, Mr. Wood, Mr. A. Campbell, Mr. K. Stewart, Mr. John Bojfer, Mrs. Isabella Porter and child, Mr. M. Boyd, Isabella and D. Boyd, Messrs. R. and D. Brodie, bro- thers of Mr. Brodie of the Lower Clyde. Arrived on Tuesday the l6th inst. the ship Medway, 450 tons, Captain Borthwick Wight, from Sydney the 2d instant. Pas- sengers Capt. Mahon of the 63rd regiment, and a detachment of 29 men, with 5 women and 8 children, Mr. Hooper, Mr Boyes and Mr. Brodie, brother of Mr. Brodie of the Lower Cly...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

MECHAÑtCS' ÍNSTiTUTÍOÑ. On Monday evening, ngreeably to the ànnouncç îvent by advertisement, Dr. lío«« delivered his lectnipôn mechanic», in which betook otension to cxplnin that important! law of motion, of action and reaction being equal and cot|traiy" and then to elucidate the nature of the «entre of gravity, the line of direction of falling bodies and .the point of pci cttssion. The following is an ex- tract : " \\ hen bodies meet, the, chook is the sa,mc, whether the motion be shared between them, or be nil in'one. Thus a man'running against another who is standing gives nu equal shock to both. If both of them are riilpihig atft|ie san\e time in op- posite directions the shock wquld be doubled. In this way, whe'.i nihtiiiig remarkably quick, or when swiftVk' ers diivc age ;nst each other, the shock has often proved fatal. Jn this country, ,in galloping after the wdldi cattle, wddch I am liappy to say aie daily becoming less common, a mau is sometimes in great danger of driving ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

WANTED TO EXCHANGE,     A fine young HORSE, now two years old, not   broke in. The above will be exchanged for good breeding Ewes. The Horse is now to be seen at the Sorell springs Farm. For further particulars apply to Wm. Presnell, Black Snake, or G. W. ROBINSON, Sorell Springs, Agent. WANTED a person competent to assist in the Tuition of Youth. A thorough acquaintance with the French and Latin languages is a necessary qualification.-Terms libcial. Apply to Mr. Dowsett at the Hobart town Com- mercial Academy, Woodland House. ANTED, by a Gentleman, a Situation as Clerk in a Barrister's or Solicitors Office, emolument not so much an object as employment. Most respectable 'references can be given. Apply at the office of this Paper. Nobart-town, Feb. 25. WANTED, BY a young man just arrived from England, and accuifonied to the mont approved practice of farming in Dorsetshire, a situation as Overseer or Superintendent of a Farming Establishment, ei...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

EXECUTION. On'Wcdnesday morning John 0xley, who had been convicted on the Monday previous of the horrid murder of Susan Caulfield, suf- fered the penalty of the law agreeably to his sentence. As soon as the hour struck 8 o' clock, the Sheriff entered the gaol gates and the wretched man was summoned from his cell into the lobby for the purpose of having his arms pinioned.       The Rev. Mr. Bedford who had ever since his confinement been assiduous in his at- tendance, preceded him into the presence of the Sheriff, but the wretched man was too sensible of his awful situation that it was with much difficulty he could support him-     self erect while the executioner tied his arms. It was here that Mr. Bedford at the murderer's own desire, stated publicly (ink smudge)to the persons present, that on the Friday pre-   vious to the murder, it was suggested by Caulfield, that she should destroy the per- son with w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

GENERAL POST OFFICE. Hobart town, Feb. 29, 1830. THE Mail for England. per Lady Harewood. Capt. Limon, will be positively closed on the evening of Monday next, 1st March, at 8 o'clock precisely. J.T.COLLICOTT, Postmaster. GEORGE LANGFORD, RESPECTFULLY acquaints the public, that he has a well selected supply of Goods to land per the Elizabeth, just arrived. Feb. 24, 1830. T0 BE LET, a large commodious Store at the Market place. JOSHUA FERGUSSON. BOARD AND LODGING. COMFORTABLE Board and Lodging may be obtained at Mrs. M Johnson's, Argyle street,     on the most reasonable terms. . Feb. 23, 1830. WANTED, BY a Gentleman lately arrived in the colony, a situation as Overseer or Superintendent of a Farming Establishment. Testimonials as to integrity and ability will be given if required, respectable em- ployment beitig more an object with the the adver- tiser than pecuniary remuneration. Apply to the Printer. Feb. 23,1830. THE HOBART TOWN BOOK SOCIETY. THOSE Membe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

THE GAZElfE OF THIS DAI CONTAINS. [OVERNMENT ORDER, [No. 2.] Co lonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 25, 1830_ In the Government Order of the 10th inst. the Lieu- tenant Governor announced his concern at tho conti- nued alrocitics of tho Aboriginal natives, nnd anxious- ly hoping that one instance of moderation which had Wen manifested by these savages, might lead to others, His Excellency enden»cured lo animate the settlers to n hearty co-operation with the government in tlie adoption of measures tending cither to concili nfc these people or to expel them from the settled districts. ^?"^ The destruction of the whole of Mr. Sherwin'« pteC mises on the Clyde district, and tho threats ajid'vin rlictive feeling with which the act was perpetrated, together with several other outrages committed dur- ing the past week, demand an instant simultaneous »nd energetic proceeding on the part of the settlers, who it is to be regretted have hitherto been too indif- ferent to the adoption of those obvi...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 February 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1830. H. M. S. Crocodile arrived yesterday from Sydney the 19th instant. Passenger the Ven. Archdeacon Broughton. Arrived on Monday the 23d, from London 3d Sep. from Plymouth 30th and the   Cape of Good Hope 25th Dec. the brig Elizabeth, 224 tons, Oliver Swan, comman- der, with a cargo principally for New South Wales, and the following for this port, viz. 1 cask Dr. Wm. Crowther. 7 do. 11 bales and 3 casks F. Smith, 2 casks H. B. Torlesse. 16 cases and 2 trunks J. Swan. 1130 bars iron, 40 hhds. 2 bales and 3 jars W. Steele. 3 do. 4 cases and 2 crates J. Walker. 6 cases Geo. Langford. 9 pockets hops W. M. Orr. 102 kegs and 50 hhds   Kemp & Co. 4 casks and 9 cases Storey & Co. 1 case G. Butler. 1 do. J. Horne. 2 do. Foster. 2 trunks, 20 hhds. 7 cases, 5 casks, 2 kegs, 1 bale and 2 bags consigned to order. Passengers by the Elizabeth - Peter Roberts, Esq. D.A.C.G. Mrs. Flight and child,   Mr. Dac...

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SCRIP SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

SCRIP SCRAPS. A gentleman who took a trip to the top of Mount Wellington, the other day, obliged us with a copy of a number of names and observations written upon the rocky sides of a certain cave there, constituting a sort of Album for all mountain travellers. Another Gentlemen has also obliged us with a long manusciipt of obser- vations copied from the jury boxes in the Court   house, some of which at this particular time might be useful to Sir. John Jamison, in the composition of his petition to tlie King and Par- liament, a though, however, much Judicial know- ledge, much wit, and much critical observation on men and manners is contained in these   mental scraps, they are by far too personal to be   copied into our columns. To make amends, how-     ever we have selected the following –lately trans-   cribed fiom the Alcoves and benches of Kensing- ton gardens, which, though not quite, will be found per...

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A MEMORANDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

A MEMORANDUM. I make the following October 25 :- ' -f Memoranda on Men and Things_A reflection from Hobart town.-The Cou! ¡cr of this place has a singular niece of intelligence. '. 11 is one among the many proofs which aie everyday occiining to mtiof tiic immortality of the sollt, when I see the mm tul bodies of our fellow ci catines eveiy dry dropping down around its and mouldering in then graves; while the intvllectiul paît continues not fluly vjgoiptis, but enlarging its poweis of con Option and range ofenjoyinent.' How extreme- ly queer it must be to see the intellectual* part« of people ai Hobart tow ii flourishing after death herc'we have no such advantages when a man- bas once " left his boots ' as the i tench say, and be- gins to moulder. The new settlers in Australasia will, therefore, go out with a fide çonliiïencù in ttfc immortality df the Mini. Werate especially amused'at tuertaste for tropes which imieinarkuble in t!io«e who clhcuss nioial and religions subjects. A>...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

VAÎTDIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. TH15 Society will meet, at the Maoquarie-bolel, on Saturday, the 13lb. inst. at 8 o'clock, p.m. to elect new members, to impact the ord - nary business, and io Consider the propriety of at- tempting the establishment of a public ¡seminary t f education. March 3, 1830. Ad km Turnbull, Semetary. WANTED at tho Attorney Generals,Office, a gentleman as a Clerk. WANTED, BY a respect ibte young man who basjnst arrived fiom ISugland, a Situation to superintend the management of a Panning Establishment. He thoroughly understands it in all its branches, and has for several yeal s been in business in some of the best cultivated districts in England. The most respectable, îefeienees will be given. Applica- tions addiessed to the Printer will be promptly attended to. WANTED A Commodious family House.' Inquiieat the office .of this paper. , -WANTED, A Situation as* Overseer, and to conduct an Agricultural Establishment generally, either of c-Qi n "or Stock, with the mau...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS. THE undersigned cautions all persons from cut ting wood, sawing or carrying away timber or fire wood, or duffering cattle to feed or any other tres pass to commit, upon the farm at North West Bay, the property of Mr. Holdsliip, in my occupation, Andi all offenders will be prosecuted without further notice JOHN LUCAS. O TI Silo at "Um fniirler'Office, nt the ibllowiW " low prices,for cash;- , M , s ,Movnr's British .Tnnrist tbroiigh England, Waîe Scotlánd,rfind Iftland. C rois, boíirds'á»,. * OuinV Prineiptà, Latina or short sentences adapted to the grammar,,3»., " - ; \ , Popular philosophy,, or 'the""bo"*- of NainreJaid open on Christian principles, 2 vola, in one, 0s, Fisher's Young Man's best Companion, 4^ Ballantine's introduction to Laitri reading, takrn from the most approved Classical Authors»' 4M. 0d< the British Spelling Bm.k. or mtin,ln| {"trotino lion to the English hnguage. part first. 2«. Gd, , Ditto, dito, part second, 3s'. Gil. New E...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

, GOODS PER f LI ZV BE TH. G FORGE LANGTOUD is opening Black silk vii»el, Black cotton do. j " Black and coloured gros de Naples Black, while, and coloured saunet« Black and coloured Pendan« and serges' An elegant assortment of ribbons Silk handkerchiefs ,< Muslin do. Green, crape, white and b'ack do. Green gauze Foundation muslin" Shawls nnd scarfs .' Striped and coloured jeans , f Bombnveens "Nnrwioh crapes . Twilled stiilTs t Fine Welsh and Tnglish flannels Fringe and i rimming in silk and cotton _ "Coloured cambrics anti muslins , » London printed cottons ( Tine brown holland , Fine black linen v ! ( Do. black cotton Fine lush shirting j White o-imhri.es , r _ Indies' gentlemen'« and ohildren's shoe» A good assortment of hosiery < Gloves t / , Spring brace«, colton do. ' ? Best raven and coloured silks , , , Do. twist Counti rpanes wbite and tolourel <--"" ' Threads and tailors' needles ' _/, }*¡liirtip£ caliooes So. «beet m g , inen bed ticking ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

C&e Courier. «¡SATURDAY, MARCH C, 1830. Anî/t-ûfl on Tuesday the 2d inst. the brig . Vol usía, Capt. James Hannan from Sydney ,21st Ifeb.twitb J 79 pieces cedar, 100 tre - .nails and 2 maces consigned to John Kerr. .40 boxe« soap, 6 .casks arrow root, 8 ditto pork, 1 baie-hosiery, 525 cocoa nuts, 1 cask arrow root, 1 do. sperm oil. 6 cows 2 mares and 4 ibo& feathers Jas. Murdoch. 28 pieces »cedar francis Smith. SO pipes i Cape wine Dawes and Hewitt. 1 box ap. parel Capt. Kinghorne. 28 boxes ginger YV. M. Orr. ¿ casks cheese, 1 case shoes, A2 pieces cedar Ben.-Guy. 1 cask earthen- ware, 2 cans linseed oil, 6 cases tui»*entine, 4 boxes window glass to order. On the point of sailing, the ship Lady Harewood, Richard Limon, commander, for London direct, with a cargo of colonial pro- duce, viz -428 bundles whalebone, 286 logs lightwood, 727 bales wool, 26*0 casks whale oil« £4 do spe-cm do, 8 do head matter, 26 tons mimosa bark, 4 casks seal skins, 1 do aperma-ceti, 13 cas...

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