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Hobart Town, 4th February, 1851.

SIR,--The Act having arrived by which the

H Colonists of Van Diemen's Land are to, receive, the'advantages of REPRESENTATION BY, ELECTION, we respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be nominated as one of the Representatives of this City.

Tye are more particularly induced to solicit your services at this eventful peiiod, from our having a full confidence in the consistency of your public conduct and character; and also from the belief that your general expciience will enable you faithfully and efficiently lo dischiuge the duties of so impoitunt a trust.

Should you accede to this request, we pledge oui selves to do all iu our power to cnsuio your

election.

We remain, Sir,

Your fuithful Servants, (Signed)

Robert Pitcairn Thos. H. Taylor

Thomas MacDowell Geoige H. Latham Frederick A. Downing William A. Gue.sdon Stephen, Addison F. Hall

Lavington Eoope George Watson Henry Hopkins John Watson George W. Walker S. Nicholas

William Robertson . George Hutton John Robertson J.(Wliitesides Geo. Fred. Rend H. H insby

L. C. Stevenson John Bairett

A. T. Maning J. H. De La Hunt H. Best John Williams C. M. Maxwell John Cleghorn Thos. Young J. W. Woolley Willinm Elliott Joseph Lester

Challes Seal Robeit Mather

William Rout Jos. Benson Mather Basil Rout A. Kissock

" Askin Mollison Thos. Alcock W. Knight H. J. Marsh George Salier John Gieig

James E. Salier William Maciobie

William Lindsay Henry Pearse John James F. Lipscombe J. Walch Edwaid Espie R. Harcourt J. G. Roberts Robert Worley W. Murray

Thomas Hewitt Anne Wilson Augustus Cumming A. Perry

A. M. Thomson W. G. Hanis Frederick Haller G. Dugald Isaac Wright H. Baynton Edward Williamson D.'Taylor

C. T. Smith Hyam Moses Thos. Giblin A. Hort, sen.

John Marshall Samuel Moses Henry Degiaves A. Spurling G*. S. Cotterell Joseph Cook

John Johnson M. Abrahams C. Best D. Gialinm

Henry Brock W. R. Seul F. Andeison J. Lumsden Joseph Facey

To ALEXANDER M'NAUQHTAN, Esq. -

Hobart Town, 6th February, 1651.

GENTLEMEN,-I have to thank you for

the unexpected honour you have confeired upon me, by the presentation of so influential a Requisition, to allow myself to be nominated as one of the Representatives of this City iu the Elective Assembly.

With evety desire to render what service I can to my fellow-citizens, yet, after much con- sideration, a consciousness of my inability efficiently to discliaige so important n trust, to give to that and the other duties devolving upon me the attention they requiie, and many other reasons, compel me to decline most lespcctfully acceding to your request ; and I feel the less hesitation in coming to this decision, obseiving among the names to the Requisition gentlemen whom I consider in every respect belter qualified than myself.

I have to thank you most sincerely for this expression of your confidence in me, and I shall always have pleasure in rendeiing my .aid in the promotion of whatever may be conducive to the welfare of the colony and the best interests of society.

I have tlie honour to be,

Gentlemen,

Your most obedient Servant,

ALUX. M'NAUGHTAN.

To R. PITCAIRN, Esq., and'

the other Gentlemen -

signing thellequisiliüii. j 345

Wanted, an Engineer.

4 CAREFUL, steady, and sobei man-onp ^% wbo has worked a Mai ¡ne Engine would be preferred. Apply to A.B C, at the office of Messrs. Kerr, Bogle, & Co., New Wharf. 365

N

New Charts for Sale.

EW CHARTS of the Noith and South

Pacific Nautical almanacks First-rate chronometers

By A. HAIO.

No. 4, New Wharf. 372

Wanted Immediately,

A RESPECTABLE middle-aged free woman

as HEAD NURSE. Apply to Mis. Perry, Secheron, HobartTown.  

February 11. 361 Wotto« to Passenger« and Sblpper« to

Adelaide.

THE sailing of the MAZEPPA is unavoid-

ably postponed until THURSDAY Next, 13th Fcbruaty, 1S51.

WATKINS & DEAV.

February 10. 364

To the Citizens of Hobart Town.

GENTLEMEN,-I beg to announce my

intention to offer myself as a Candidate to represent you in the New Legislative Assembly. I shall avail myself of an early opportunity to address you, and solicit, in a personal canvas, your suffrages.-I have the honour to remain, Gentlemen, your obedient servant,

WM. CAUTER.

Hobart Town, February 7, 1851. 354 THE SUM OF £1000 will be advanced on

mortgage at tU per cent, on application to

W. G. HARMS,

Stone Buildings. February 7,1851. 355

rpHOSE LADIES who wenr Homan and

I H erne's shoes are informed the price is now 4s. 6d. per pair, instead of 5s. «3d. as formerly.

BASIL Rour,

48, Elizabetb-stieet.

February 1, 1851. 207 .' Tno Xev. John Burrowes, S.A«,

IS desirous of receiving into his family FOUR

1 PUPILS, who shall be carefully instructed frith his own sons, now ten and twelve years of age,in Classics, Science,and English Literature.

Parsonage, Pontville, Dec. 28. 261

?Atrrfealtaral rarma to Set.

TO LET, for a short term, at a wheat rent,

a FARM sitnated at Buffalo Plains, con

silting of 132 acres of marsh land under plough. Possession to be taken on 1st March next.

¿Also a FARM, of 04 aeres, at Bona Vista. . Alppljf (ifby letter post ¿aid) to

J t . ' - SIMEON LORD.

Bona Vista (by Avoca),'Jan. 20. 193 CARD PI ATES, BILL HEADS, and

DEVICES ENGRAVED in the BEST tomtmc 'ant*, «rid with DISPATOB, at the

« COURIER" OFFICE.

FREE INSTITUTIONS!

PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION.

OBMBltAX, XXAVMXNATKOXr. ?

On TUESDAY, (Februaty 11). the

inhabitants are requested to co-operate with the Committee and illuminate their residences and . places of business.

PROGRAMME ÔTAMUSEMEIÉTS

On WEDNESDAY & THURSDA*",

12th and 13th February, 1851 :

A;T EIGHT O'CLOCK A.M., Twenty-one

Guns will be fired from the Mulgrave Battery ; after which tlie following amusements

will commence in the Domain

Ciicket-For a Prize. Hurley-Ditto.

Throwing the Hammer-Ditto.

Whaleboat Race for Native Youths, pulling four ouïs-Prize £5, entrance 5s. -

Waterman's'Race-Prize £3, entrance 3s. Jingling Match-Prize £1.

Jumping in Sacks-Prize £1.

Running and Standing Leaps, height «ntl distance-Prize 10s. each.

In addition to which there will bo on the days above mentioned, and at such times as the Com- mittee may determine

Running for pigs with soaped tails. Climbing the pole for a hat. Jumping in sacks. Football, &c. &c.

At Twelve o'clock on Wednesday the first pile of Captain Goldsmith's new Patent Slip will be diivcn, and another salute fired.

At Two o'clock the chair will be taken at the

Public Dinner, prepared for 600.

The sports of Wednesday will conclude with a magnificent, prolonged, and brilliant display of

Fireworks.

On the following day the children of the Orphan Schools will be entertained-amusements found for the younger branches of the community -and as much done as the funds will admit to

meet the general wishes of the people.

For the Committee,

F. CANE, Hon. Sec. Ood Save tbe Queen I

February 7. 327

DEMONSTRATION PINÑÉRT

THE DEMONSTRATION DINNER will

take place in the LARGE BUILDING erected in the GOVERNMENT DOMAIN on

This Day, the 12th instant.

Tickets may be obtained from Messrs. Gaylor, Lemon, M'Grath, Dudgeon, Milson, Brewer, Moriarty, Morgan, Chain ¡lion, Butler, Dr. Crooke, Brodribb, and Williams, and at the Offices of all the Newspapers.

F. CASE, Hon. Sec.

February C._341

raes INSTITUTIONS.

DEMONSTRATION FESTIVAL,

npHE COMMANDERS of VESSELS in . fi. harbour are respectfully invited by the

Demonstiation Committee to co operate with them (in any way they may think propel) iii carrying out the arrangements for This Day

and To-Mtiriow._ 3C0

Wool, OH, Gola Dust, &.C

ff^HE undersigned are Purchasers of- Wool, I Oil, or Gold Dust fur the London Market; or will make Advances on Consignments to their Agents-Messrs. Stephen, Kennard & Co.,

London.

TUOS. D. ClIAPMAN & Co.

Macquarie-street, October"! 1. . 2344

OAX.V.&NISXVX.

MR. E. POTTS begs to announce that he

has commenced practice as MEDICAL GALVANIST, in Davey-street, Hobart Town.

Galvanism is strongly recommended by the most eminent of the medical faculty both in England and France, and proved to he of the greatest benefit when applied to any of the following diseases-even when all other remedies have failed :-Asthma, rheumatism, sciatica, paralysis, epilepsy, lie douloureux, dyspepsia, spinal, nervous and female complaints.

Hours of attendance from IO A.M. to 4 v.M. daily, Sundays excepted.

Davey-street, between Harrington and Barrack . streets. Nov. 25, 1850. 2827

SONES.

rO^HE HIGHEST PRICE given foranyquan

-i- lily, délit eied at the Bone Mill, New Town. No Whalebones, Hoofs, or Horns taken in.

JOHN MEZOER.

August 23._1868

LATELY ARRIVED,

AN» ON SAX.B AT

SB*© JL & 'S? US "SP®

MEDICAL DISPENSARY,

MDBB4T-STBEET,

OPPOSXTB ST* DAVID'S CHTJBOB.

SEVERAL CASES of DRUGS, purchased

expiessly to older fiom the best London Houses, coinpiising -

Mtulay's fluid magnesia Heniy's calcined ditto

Oils of peppermint, lemon, and bergamot

Chloroform Quinine

Miniate and acetate of morphia

Gums arabic, tragacanth, &o. otc. Best Tuikey opium Lozenges of all sorts Linseed meal Oxalic acid Blue stone

Gosnell's violet powder

Electro-plated telescope enemas

Feeding bottles, breast pipes, glass

syringes, and graduated measures, &c. Superior cutty powder and India soy.

December 13._2961

UALT.

MALT of the best quality, made of Yan

Diemen's Lund Barley, SOLD at the " New Town Malting Establishment" at a rea- sonable pi ice. Ouleis to be left theie, or at the Bird-in-Hand, Argyle-stieet, for the undet signed.

JOHN MEZOER.

New Town, August 23._1869

JAMES HUNT,

LICENSED VICTUALLER, ETC.

"SAWYBH3- AniHS,"

MURRAY-STREET, HOBART TOWN,

BAS EVERT ACCOMMODATION FOR TOWN AND

COUNTRY CUSTOMERS,

GOOD BEDS AND EXCELLENT STABLING. 383 The East India Tea Company»

THE ABOVE COMPANY invite T^denfor

extensive alterations required to premise's which they Juive i-ken for business purposes. Particulars can be obtained on application {if by letter, pre-paid) to the undersigned, who has been appointed Manager for the Company.

JAMES NOKES,

, Macquarie-street.

Hobart Town, 4th February, 185J. 300

THE BILL IÏ THE BILL 11

ON Hand, arid for SALE by the undersigned,

an assmtmcnt of

" FIREWORKS

AN»

FIRE BALLOONS.

IN TIME FOB XHE

GREAT PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION ! ! !

HUXTABLE & Co.

Murray-street, Fchiuary 7. 348

Mill to Let.

rro BE LET BY TENDER the BAGDAD B MILL, now in full employment. Tenders (pre-paid) will be icceivcd by the undersigned until the 20lh February.

CUAS. & BROOKS FOESTER.

Milford, Bagdad, February 1. 311 Repository for Books, Stationery!

and Fancy Goods*

WHOLESALE AND BE TAIL,

MURRAY-STREET, HOBART TOWN;

BRISBANE-STREET, LAUNCESTON. *.

A LARGE SUPPLY of SCHOOL BOOKS,

and every» variety of General and Fancy Stutioneiy, toys, fancy goods, pcrlumery, cutlciy, jewelleiy, papier niauliic goods, &c. Sic.

Two 4-octave Seraphines only leinuining price £18.

Also a very handsome and rich-toned rosewood HARMONIUM, 5 octaves.

HUXTABLE & Co.

January 23, 1851. - 206 ENGLISH SNUFFS,

? J ttst Arrived, and on Sale at

v. w o IL OL Q st sa 3*3,

60,

HverpooUatreet, Hobart Town,

rpWO CASES TADDY 8s COS SNUFFS JL consisting of

Hardham's No. 37 Rappee

Finest scented ditto

Inipeiiul brown ditto Strashiugh

Tonquin Mixture Princes' ditto

Imperial black Rappee Lundyfont's real lush

Genuine High-diied Welsh

Giimstone's celebrated Eye'Snuff Two Barrels plain Rappee Two ditto London Scotch.

N B - The above Snuffs are afresh arrival and are in beautiful condition.

Prime Honey-dew and Barrett's Tobacco

40,000 Nu-,. 2, 3, and 4 real Manilla Cigars Fancy Pipes of cveiy size and style Supeiior Pocket Cutlciy, &c. bec.

20 Boxes CHINESE FIREWORKS,

IN TIME POU THE DILL.

Five hundred gross Geiman and other Matches. 203

Important to Coach Painters.

fjpUBBY & PADMAN have just received a

I splendid assortment of VARNISH,

COLOURS, &c, consisting of

Copal, carriage, and body varnish

Veimiliiin

UI traînai ine

Prussian blue

Mineral and emerald green

Scailet, purple, crimson, and yellow lake Diop ivory black Diy white lead

Gold and silver loaf, bronzes, &c.

Tubby & Padman Icel conlideut that their Colotus, &c. arc the best that can be imported, and they are determined to sell at the lowest remunerating prices.

99, Liveipuol-sttcet, Feb. 6. 322

Agricultural Farm to Let.

rj'O LET foi such temi tis may be agieetl i upon, a FARM situated at Jei¡clio,-pail of the Guilhy Estate. The Faun is now in ihe occupation ol Mi. John Cottles, and consists of 126 actes of land or thereabouts, with the buildings therenn. Possession to be given on the 1st day of Apiil next ; but the incoming tenant will hate the oppoiluuity of going upon the lund to prépaie it for cultivation immediately upon the iemoval*of tbe present crops.

Foi all furthci pailictilais apply to

Atti nun Pinny, Solicitor,

Stone Buildings, Hobuit Town.

Stone Buildings, Jan. 23, 1851._214

Bones-Bones-Bones I

ECONOMY.

SAVE YOUR BONES, and you will get the

HIGHEST CASH PRICE for any quan- tity, fiom 281bs. and tipwaids, at the Hobart Town Bone Mills, top of Macquaiie-stiect,

January 14,1851. 133

To Let at Bothwell,

ENFIELD COTTAGE-containing eight

well-finished rooms, with 10 acres of good Land well fenced, barn, stabling, and a good Garden well cropped, with immediate possession, at a very low rent to an eligible tenant.

Apply to Mr. Worley, Auctioneer, Hobart Town; or to H. M. Cottiell, Esq., Bothwell. 314

Subscription Ball.

A BALL will beheld at the Cornwall Hotel  

Assembly Rooms upon the occasion of the forthcoming Match between the Gentlemen Cricketers of Victoria and Tasmania.

STEWARDS.

J. A. Youl J. R. Salmon

John Atkinson C. A. W. Rocher George Maddox W. Neilly

J. B. Thomas , R. C. Gunn William Gunn C. Aithur

C. '1 houison C. J. Weedon

Gentlemen's tickets, one guinea ; family tickets, to admit one gentleman and the ladies of his family, one guinea and u-half-to be had of the

stcw.nds.

It is expected that the Ball will take place on the etening of the 13th instant. Should any alteiation of the date hate lo be made, due notice will be niven of the same.

February 1 312 The East India Tea Company.

rpHE ABOVE COMPANY hate determined on

I opening an Establishment in this City fur the sale of their TE AH. Lue notice ivill be given 'on a futute day.

For the Company,

(Signed) JAMES NOKI-S. Manager.

Hobart Town, 4th February, 1851. 299

Wool, Oil, and Whalebone.

THE undersigned are purchasers of WOOL,

OIL, and WHALEBONE, and any other Colonial Piuduce ; or will make Advances on the same for shipment to London.

N AI HAN, MOSES & Co.

Murray-street, October l8 2451

Hobart Towh,6th February, 1851.

DEAR SIR,-We request < Unit you will allow

yourself to he proposed us one of the Candidates for the Representation of Hobart Town in the approaching Elective Assembly.

We are, dear Sir,

Yours truly, R. Officer

John Hitldlcstoue Alexander Orr Thomas Brown Thomas Boot

Charles Colvin J. Morgan

M. Fitzgerald C. W. Hall W. Crooke

Thomas Jhonson R. W. Nutt

Daniel Graham Richard Burns Wm. Hamilton

James Sly

Henry Cook James Lucas John Perkins

W. B. Watchorn M. Anderson

Thos. H ii rho tile Win. Champion

B. O'Neil Wilson Alex. Fraser J. M'Grath Neil Lewis

Duncan Mcpherson John Hall

James Peck - R. Nicholl

Michael Steel - , John Mezger

C. Reetl

11. W. Seabrook Edgar Luttrell John Murdoch John Clinch C Lovett

Robert Plunkett Gamaliel Butler Charles Butler

Henry Buller

Joseph Milligan Eustice Smith Charles Lee

J. Robertson,jim. O. H. Hedbeig Henry D.milson John M'Ltiughlin

C. Bitsbtiait R. Dry

To JOHN DUNN, Esq., junior.

Thomas Mezger -

Charles Bruce

William Bateman Win. Livingstone T. Hamilton W. Campbell H. Abrahams

James Franklin Win. Insley

Win. Collins .Limes Ross

James Deuch Philip Moore D. Grant

John White

William Stevenson H. J. Chapman

G. A lilma

David Yeoman

E.S. P Bedford C. B. Brewer E. H.Cole

H. Chapman

Robert Meikle Isaac Solomon

Ellis Casper & Son Samuel Luring John Webb A. Nichol

Samuel Levy

Angus M'Leod William Ivey

J. H.B. Walch G. Rosman G. Beeillutm

J. T. Waterhouse A. Biggs

John Turner J. T. Sitiales

Horwilz & Marks

Thomas ltiiildetlbitli William Neilson George Ilex

L. H. Liizaius

Deiiuis Murphy

S. Barnett D. Bird

John Ross

W. Montgomery R. Propsting

David Moses

H. S. Benjamin

GKNTLEMEN,

I thank you for the honour conferred upon me by your requisition, that I should become one of the candidates fur the representation of so important a portion of the community us the inhabitants oí the capital of tbe colony.

Tlie satisfaction willi which I regard a requi- sition representing so much of the respectability, intelligence, tind wealth of the community, /loes not wholly remove ihe doubts which I entertain of my ability to fill the office of your representative to your entire satisfaction ; but I shall enter upon it with a deep sense of its importance at this evenilul period, and with a determination to discharge its duties fearlessly and iiiipurtially.

Altliuugh you bave not lequired from me tiny explanation of the opinions by which my conduct ¡is a mern lier of the legislative assembly will be guided, I think ii light to state that, being con- vinced that transportation in any form is fraught with the gieatest evils lo the colony, I shall resolutely oppose all measuies lending to piomule its continuance ; und that I shall also oppose all imposts which can impede the prosperity of our inier-coluiiial Hade.'

An advocate of civil and religious liberty, I have never recognised any invidious distinctions of class or sect in the community, und I conceive that the Act oí Pailiament conferíiujr free insti - tittion's has expressly abolished sta-h distinctions,

by ctitifening equal elective lights upuii all.

Connected willi the colony by emly associations and long residence, my presen I anil prospective interests are inseparable fruin ils wclfatc. I feel grateful for the distinction which yuu would confer upon trie; mid being free from all influences having a contrary tendency, I pledge myself genci.illy to suppurl all measuies which may be conducive lu the prosperity und wollare ol' the commiiuiiy at large.

I am, gentlemen,

Your faithful servant,

J. DUNN, junior. To R. Officer, Esq,

und the oilier Gentlemen

signing the Requisition. 347

Wanted Immediately,

A GOOD HOUSEMAID. She must have

come free to the colony. Also a man COOK ; he must be able to milk a cow.' Apply lo Mrs. Dobson, Macqtituie-street. 351

. BAZAAR

rpHE ANNUAL BAZAAR in aid of the - ?* funds of the Colonial Missionary Society will he held in the emly patt of next mimili, ui Messrs. Hay and Ivey's Ruums, Hobart Town.

Febiuary 0, 1851. 330

Twenty Founds Reward.

STOLEN from Blackmail's Valley, District of

Hamilton, 30 WEl'HEIt SHEEP, pitch brand EB, slope mil of the back of the righi ear,

notch in front ol' left ear. The Estate is hounded

hy Messrs. Langdon, Lind, M'Itu, Pitt, M'C'uithy, Allwiight, Cox, und Bradbury.

The above lleward will be paid on such infor- mation as may lead tu the conviction of the

n/Tender or oflendeis.

324 EDWARD BISDEE.

/ Richmond Ball.

A SUBSCRIPTION BALL will be given at

the Lennox Anns on Friday, the 14th

instant.

Tickets of admission for one Gentleman with two or more Ladies, 15s. ; one Gentleman and one Lady, 10s.; single Gentleman, 10s.

Tickets to be had of the Stewards,

Du. COVKKDALE,

It. CitocKnn, ESQ. J. MuitDooH, ESQ.

R. CLICBUUNI-, ESQ. or at the Lennox Arms ; not tiansferable.

190 J. K. R. BUSOUMBI-, Secretary.

To be X>et,'

THE PUBLIC HOUSE called the " Hit or

Miss", Stables, Brewery, and premises situateiii the township of Hamilton, late in the occupation of Mr James Middleton, deceased.

These piemiscs tue the most eligible in the township, anti ¡ne replete with every convenience.

Also a blacksmith's shop, dwelling-house, and premises, situate in the township of Hamilton.

Apply to Mr. Win, Lindsay, Argyle-street, Hobint Town; or to Mr. Heniy Blown, Humil ton, froiii wlium any further inioriniitiou can be

obtained.

January 4. ¿9 CRUSHED BONES AICD

BONE DUST.

THIS EXCELLENT MANURE is now

obtainable in uuy quantity tit the Hobart Town Bone Mills, IMof Macquaiie-street.

Ordeis punctuallmttended to by applying to

"" ' J, G. WltUElt.

January 14,1851'. 132

rust Ship' at ImUineest'oa^xor '

California.

THE fine fust-sailiiitr first-class"ship

PRESIDENT,

. 554 Tons Register, GEOBOK THOMAS, _r Mastet,

Has a considerable part of her cargo engaged, and will sail early in Fehtuary.

For freight or passage emly application is requested to Capt. Thomas, on board ; Mr. John Minno; or to William Jackson & Co.s or, in Hobart Town, to

KERB, BOOLE', 8C Co.

(g^ This vessel has seven feet in height between decks, and lofty cabins, and offers a favourable oppot tunityfor passengers.

N.B.-Fieighl at the reduced rate of Al. per

ton.-Jaimuiv 32._ 161

Por Auckland and Wellington,

^ Biig TRITON, 120 Tons Register. . ¿$f^\ This safe fast-sailing vessel, having

/jg2rlK£.supeiiur cabin accuiiimudatiun, will 2C5y5wur meet with immediate dispatch, going on to Wellington it sufficient inducement offeis. Fur fieighl or passage eaily application is

nrcessaiy lo

R. S. WATERHOUSE & BIIOTHEBS,

68, Eltzabctli-sireet ;

or to

THOS. STEVENS, New Wharf.

Januaiy 26._236

For Sale, Freight, or Otaarter,

THE fine . brig

SWAN,

150 Tons Register,

I Well found in stores, and lendy to proceed to sea immediately. This vessel is well adapted Im- the colonial ti.ule. For iuriher par liculais apply tu

THUS. D. CHIPMAN & Co.

Mttcquaiie-street, Deceinhei 20. 3050

For melbourne. *..

THE fine l'a--t-sniling barque

VICTORIA PACKET,

200 Tons Register, Fisiu.it, Master. Will sail foi the abate pint positively on Satuidiiy next, the loth instant. For ireight or passage apply on boaid, or to

THOMAS SI EVENS.

New What f, Feb. 10._370

For Sale or Charter,

THE barque FRANCES, 217 Tons

Register.

Would be ready to take in cargo in ?48 horns.-Apply to

BUUNS, WHICK, & Cn

Old Whaif, Januaiy 7. 2927

NEW NORFOLK RACES.

1851.

WEDNESDAY, 19TH. AND THURSDAY, 20IH

FEBRUARY.

E. B. DAWSON, ESQ. \

T. F. MARZET», Esq. [Stewards.

J. W. MuitDtioH, Esq.)

. FIRST DAY.

MAIDEN PLATE of 20 suvs. for horses of all

ages ; entrance, £2 ; heats, once round und a distance ; weights-S years, 7 st. 12 lbs. ; 3 years, 8 st. 8lbs. ; 4 years, ii st. 5 lbs. ; fl vean," 10st.; aged, 10*1. 8 lbs.

CHAMPION CUP ol' £25 with a sweepstakes of £5

each added : heals, twice round ; New Norfolk Town Plate weights.

PUBLICANS' PUIISE of 15 sovs. ; entrance £1 ;

heals, once round and a distance ; weights- . 2 years, 7 st. 12 lbs. ; 3 years, 8 st. 8 His.; 4 yen is, 9 st. albs.; 5 years, 10 st. ; aged, 10 st.

6 lbs.

SECOND DAY.

HUNTERS' SIAKHS ot 20 suvs.; entrance £3 ;

post entry ; three limes round the cour.se, oter 9 leaps; weights-3 yeais, 10 st. 4 lbs.; 4 years, IO t,t. 10 His.; 5 years and aged, li st.

4 lbs.

TOWN PLATE of £35 ; entrance £3 ; heats, three

times round-weights, 3 years, 7 st. 8 lbs ; 4 yeais, 8 st. 0 His. ; 5 years, 9 stone, 6 and aged,

9.st. allis.

WHIP CUP, value £'20, given by Mr. Simpson,

proprietor ol' the New Norfolk Native Youth coach, fur all boises accustomed to harness, and which have been so worked for li)reu

months previous to these races. Publicans' Purse weights and dUtunce; entrance £2.

BEATEN HOUSE STAKES of £10 ; entrance, £1 ;

heats, once round ; weights-3 years, 8si. ellis. ; 4 years, 9 st. 4 lbs.; ô years, 10 bl. ; 6 years and aged, 10 st. 8 lbs.

RULES.

Tbove of tlie Tasmanian Turf Club will be adhered

to.

The entries for the Champion Cup «rill remain open until Saturday, ihe 1st clay of l-'elirunry. when the names of nil hoisus iiile-nili'il to run for ilie tame, willi their »gc, sire, mill dam, logelher with the entrance money (.-£'5) must lie transmitted lu .Mr. R. Thompson, Union inn, New Not folk.

The eulrifs for all oilier races must he made in «vritioji, enchist'il and sealed, luge-ther willi the entrance.imoie-y, directed lo the «letvaidi lo the care of Mr. Thompson, containing full inirtie-ulins, «ill be received up lo 9 o'clock nil Tuesday evening, 18th l-'ehreiaiv, when the-jr will he opened and declared to

the ptihlic.

Non suhscriliers on horseliack, will he* charged 3s. at the (¿ali', mid nil vehicles 5s, e<xcepl <>f subscribers holding tickets, which must lie produced if culled Upon

to do so

All riders will lie required to appear lu proper jticki-j costuim-, or de disqualified.

No .horse will lu» allowed to start unless plated by .

sublet ihur of ni least st I.

No person will be allowed to start a horse unless a subscribe! of £1, whuse boise does not stand at the stuhle of u publican suhsciibuig 13, or of any oilier

subscriber of less than £\.

Three bursts must start for each lace, or the publia money will not be given.

Winners of each nice to pny J62 to the funds, with the eiception uf the liealui Horse Itnce.

Tbe winners of the Champion Cup to carry 51bs. entra in au> other race during this meeting.

Half .ill-hour allowed between Inala. IM tires mid «eldui^s allowed 31b«.

Publicans desirous of erection booths on the rae« ground, and being subscribers of ¿C3, will be «ni it led lo do so on application to the Ireasurer oil or before

the Gili of i*eliruiir«.

Any pirson wishing to erect a stall for tile sale of pin-try Cc , io apt ly us above and pi) 20«.

No ptriiou will be nilo'vitl to sell from a cart oir

bv-kel unless a suhsuil er of Ills

Sea 11 d tinders for the gale will be iCCcivcdunlU 6 o'tluiA on the (.vening of luisihiv, the |ltb February.

T hu dicisiun ol the stewaids m all cases to be

fuinl.

Jan. 12. 389

-.- ., ii.

At 6d. a Lesson.

THE FRENCH and GERMAN

I LANGUAGES» TAUGHT, by an expe- rienced Teacher, after an appioved system, whtcp enables the pupil aller a lew months to convene or eouespoud. Address by letter direoled to A B., (post-paid), at the office of this paper:

Schools attended ou moderate term«.' ¿08

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