^ PASSENGERS FOR ENGLAND,
1 OR ELSEWHERE.
LADIES, proceeding to England (or else-
where), cnri'be supplied with every article of UNDER CLOTHING, of the bett'descrip- tion of work, in SIX HOURS' NOTICE, and
atUNB-THItlD TUE EXPENSE US DALLY CHWIOBD,
, and fit for immediate use. A great number of
Hands being always employed, Ladies may have . every description of work done in a superior
manner and on very short notice, A Female will be in attendance to wait upon Ladies.
N B.-A List of Articles lequiied for the ' Voyage will be forwarded on application to
lt^ C. W. HUBERTS j
i WATERLOO HOUSE,
Opposite St. David's Church,
, Genet al Outfitting Warehouse,
'February 13, 1846. 247
roamnxsoTTBras: ans crastOOTG.
To Sail positively TÍHS DAY, thes7th
_&if5f£ HPHE well-known packet schooner
.Jgfsnfc JL- "FLYING FISH,"
John Clinch, Commander, will sail as 'above. For freight or passage, apply to the Com- mander on board, or to
GRANT & WHITE.
, Liverpool-street, April 7, 1846. ¿43
ron MEiaoxrawa MO GSEIOWG.
¿tâiïL HPHE "LILLIAS" will sail in a
JAMES F. STRACHAN.
, Old Whnrfj April'5, 1846. 583 " To Whalers.
BOTH TOWN, TWOFOLD BAY, NLW SOUTH WALES.
. jfrWl ©HIPS can refresh or refit at this lita*:?. Ö harbour, free of all port charges, pilotage,'¿te, and can obtain wood, water, fresh and salt provisions, vegetables, ship chandlery, Mores and slops of every kind und des« iption ; and, if required, the service of experienced ship- wrights and boat-builders upon the most rea.
f£r'.!B-Oil or none token to exetaanffo.
Man h 26/1844. 6
"IN i «" --?~""-^----«
QUPEIjlipju CORN & FLOUR SACKS »J* forsále^in any' quantify, at the" Stores of
!>' ISAAC WRIGHT.
Newi Wharf, J April 3, 1840. * 559
,'UOYAL VICTORIA THEATRE.
Iii the Saloon fitted vp for the occasion, 'and
under tim patronage of some distin-
Thursday, April 9, &. monday, April 13.
Positively for these Nights-only I
MONSIEUR DU PREE,
THE WIZARD OF TOE SOUTH,
(Lafe of the Theatres Manchester, Surry,
Liverpool^ Dublin, and Bourdeaux,)
BEGS leave most respectfully to acquaint
¿he Inhabitants of Hobart Town and its Vicinity, he has entered into an ai i angement With Mrs. Clarke for the Saloon of ihe Tlieatie
for the above nights-the same now going through every preparation for those perform- ances as regards scenery, decorations, &c_and solicits the patronage of those Ladies and Gen- tlemen who as jet have not honored him with their presence to witness a NOVELTY unri- valled, m this Colony; and as a proof of his ability, he inserts one paragraph, that they may not be duped, as seems to have been the case by persons who have appeared as Illusionists, to the disgi ace of themselves, and disapproba- tion of a discerning public.
, " The Wizard of tho South had tho honor/of exhibiting his Feats of Legerdemain last evening, bt-fore His Excellency and Airs. Grey, ind alargo party, ut Govci nment-houtc. Hi« audience were highly delighted with his performances, and we understand that Hi* Excellency expressed the great satisfaction ho felt at tho amusement which the Wizird1» sleight-of-hand tricks had afforded him At tho close of the poi foi munee, ho was greeted'«ith thne cheers."-Adelaide Observer, September 6, 1845.
The Evening's Amusements comprise
More commonly termed
The Art of Legerdemain,
Í OR, THE CABALISTIC ART,
With moWy, cards, balls, rings, knives, birds, «ggs, fire, medical preparations, patent appa- ratus', &c, Tar too tedious to state in an adver- tisement ; jet, to rj-ovehow fur his talents may haye arrived in this Art, merely states one for ".^^consideration. He will allow any person in the <\5gpni to load a pistol with powder and ball, and ^0¡M£ disohuiging tho same towards his, the
Catch the ball between his teeth ! ! !
Bes:dcs which, in Part li,
A variety of Dancing, Posturing, 8¡c, S¡c.
TOMMY THE INVISIBLE will introduce his Juvenile Feats, at the same time fi jing a pancake in some gentleman's hat, equal in flavour to «my cooktd on the fire,
. Reserved Seats, 2s. j Back Seats, Is.
i Children, Half-price.
' An^efflolont saKD in attendance.
Door» open ' at hulf-pnst Seven, to commence
- s tit Eight'otilock.
N B.-Tfrivato, Panics waited upon at their
nv(n résidences, on the shoi test notice.1 Apply
«tPtltó Theatre! . > '"'. -
April 7i"18*0.' *l.-i S i'. : i i- . 574
PERSEVERAN CE. '
THE Undersigned lnving made arrange-
ments with the Dei went Steam Com/ any to run a two-horse conveyance, to carry pas sengers to and from the steamer at Bridgewater to Green Ponds every day (Sunday excepted), his vehiclo commenced running on VVedries duy, the 1st of April, to start from his résidence, opposite, the WILMOT ARMS, at half past Six in the morning. By conducting (he business himself, combined with moderate charges, G. \V. hopes to obtain a ¡share of public patronage.
, Green .Ponds, April 3? 1846. 521 CHEESE! CHEESE!! CHEESE!!!
Ex " Flying* Fish, "
©n äal?, at the ätortss of We'
Or VERÏ SUPERIOR QOAUTT. ' '
ALSO. A LARGE STOCK OF '
:HY§OM SUN TEA,
Peruvian and other Shipments,
At £4 9s. per C H B ST.
R. & W. NEILSON, '
April 3, 1840. . - -566
THIS EVENING, AT THE
BATHURST STREET, AT 7 O'CLOCK,
B. jDUQTEillllEAU, ^squire,
WILL DELIVER A LECTURE,
In which a view will be taken of the minute
paris of our bodies that are first affected and finally destroyed hy Alcohol.
fg^* The TEA MEETING is postponed
until further notice. t l
J? AprilJ7, 1846. wM ( > ,578
Advertisement. , ,
To the Secretary of the Hobart Town Total
Abstinence Society. ,. SIR,-We, the Undersigned, request that
you will call a Special Meeting of the Members of the Society, to determine as re- spects the Secretaryship, and to transact.any business relative to the Society that may ' be brought before the said Meeting. '
James Dickinson, David Crooks,
Willinm Pudnoy, George Reynolds
April 3, 1846.. .
To Mr. R. Jordan, Secretary, £c,
William Reynolds, Joseph Jones, ' John Reid,
Pursuant to your requisition, I beg leave to convene a Special Meeting of the Members of the Hobart Town Total Abstinence Society, for the purposes mentioned therein, to bo held at the Temperance Hall, on Wednesday Even- ing next, the 8th instant,' at Seven o'clock precisely.
RICHARD JORDAN. To Messrs. Dickinson, and the h
other Htquhilionists. ' J
April'7, 1846. 573
«Kittel eg an Suttoay Schools.
ON SUNDAY next (being Easter Sundav)
the ANNUAL SERMONS in behalf "of the above Institution will be preached in Mel- ville-street Chapel- , !
That in tho Morniug by Roy. W. BUTTERS,
That in the Evening by Rev. P. MILI.GR.
Services commencing at Eleven Morning and
On the followincr Monday Evening (Easter Monday) the ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING will be held m the same Chapel, the Chair to be taken at Half-past Six.
N.B.-The Parents and Friends will .take
Tea1 together 'on Monday, at Five o'Clock. Ticket» may be had from Mr. Pratt, Printer.
April'7, 1846. 576 IN the Matter of the. Insolvency of >GKOIIOE
BECK ofi Goulburn-street, Hobart Town, in VanDiemen's Land, Dealer-To the several Creditors of the said Insolvent, or thc-ir Agents. _NOTICE'is hereby given that the above named George Beck aid this day present his petition to lüdward Macdowell, Esquire, Com- missioner of Insolvent Estates for Hobart Town, under the Act of this Island, intituled " An Act to make provision for tho more effectual distri- bution of Insolvent Estates," alleging his insol- vency, and praying for relief pursuant to the said Act. And the same having come on to be heard before the said Commissioner, the said George Beck was declared insolvent, and Alfred Garrett of Hobart Town, Esquire, was there- upon appointed Provisional Assignee of the
Estate and Effects of the said Insolvent. And notice is hereby further given that tho said 'Commissioner has appointed Thursday the six-
teenth day of, April next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Hobart Town, for the first meeting of the Creditors of the said Insulvent, in order to the proof of their debts, the election of a'Permanent Assignee, and tho examination of the'Insolvent, and for otherwise proceeding in the matter of such insolvency. Dated this twenty-fom th day of March, 1846.
> ' 'lloBT. 'WYNNR,
577 ".. Solicitor to the, said Ttttoheney.
u. is. BAamof
Begs to apprise Ms Friends and the Public generally, that
i^ts îgoofc anfc Statencrg <S0iafolte!)ment
¡ty IP m Eî !% 2D
OiV MONDAY, THE 2nd of MARCH,
And ho most respectfully invites their inspection, trusting, from his long practical experience both at home and in the colonies, and feel- ing confident of his ability to conduct the business in such a manner as will afford general satisfaction, h,e will, ho hopes, be enabled to exe- cute any orders with which he may be fa\ored, in aiprompt and satis- factory manner ; assuring his Patrons at the same time, that no exertion on his part shall be wanting to promote their interests, and to gain him a propoi tion of their kind patronage.
Elizabeth-street, March 3, 1846. '
Opposite Messrs. 33ay and Svey's iluetion nooma. 280
NEW BEADING ROOM
XT. B. BARFOOT
BEGS respectfully to inform his Friends and
the Public jfenc-aUy, that he will OPEN, in the course of a few months, a
Spacious« »caîTttt0 £toom,
thirty feet in length, which will be replete with every convenience. Twelve of the leading LONDON JOURNALS will be regularly received hy every vessel, as well as all the popular Maga zincs, Shipping List, Wool Snles, &c. ; to which
will he attached
consisting of 4,000 vols., the best that can be procured in London, selected to order, to com. priso the best mid latent wai ksof the first authors Additions will bo constantly made as new vvoiks
N.B.-A List is now open for the, names of those gentlemen who intend becoming subscii bers at his Book and Stationery Establishment.
Elwabeth-sti cet, Mai ch 27, 184 6. 548
NOVELTY COMBINED' WITH -*" - UTIlilTY!! .
.. Bookseller, Elizabeth Street,
T3EGS to announce to the Public that he has
_D this day Published the
Signals used at Mulgrave Battery,
(including the last new one, signifying a
vessel coming in with Ti oops,)
xtt Tan FORES or A. WATCH ÎAÏEB,
By which means can be ascertained the Poi t from whence any vessel signalised is from, on referenco ty this ingenious little, interpreter. They are neatly and coi rectly coloured.
PRICE SIXPENCE. "'
N.B.-It can either be used as a watch paper' or placed inside the hat.
' March 24, 1846. . 484
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
Book and Stationery Warehouse,
READING-ROOM, &c , &c,
JW. H. WALCH having completed the'
. arrangement of the Stock pmchased> from his predecessor, together with the exten- sive addition of New Goods jecchtd dil eel from,England per North Huton, Aden, and Triad, is happy to inform his friends and the public, that be hns been enabled very, consi- derably, to ltEKUCE THE PRICES of every article in the line, and is confident that he can continue to offer the best mid freshest Goods at prices very much lower than has ever been attempted in the colony, asi they will al wajs come direct from England to his, own order, and not through merchants or the^colo
nial mai leets. '
J. W. H. Walch continues to receive ordejs for British and Foreign Books, which, on ' ar-t rival, he delivers at the London publishing prices j and be assures those who may honor bim with their patronage, that their orders shall be executed with attention and prompt-
Wellington-bridge, ! ' 'nJ
March 23, 1846. v ' "*
BOWLING GREEN HOTEL,
BEGS to return thanks to his Friends and
the Public for the liberal patronage with which he has been favored since the opening of the HOTEL and BOWLING GIIEÍ3N, and havjng made arrangements which will dispense with the necessity of h s returning to England for the present, respectfully xohcits a continuance of thtii support. The HOTEL stands in a situation of unrivalled salubrity, having bien strongly recommended by the ME D10 AL PROFESSION for Invalids, and the accom modntions are not to be surpassed in the colon). The GREEN affords a delightful and healthy
exercise after business hours.
W. TURNER is still disposed to receive offers of purchase for the HOTEL and BOWLING OREEN, by'Private Coidrait.
March 20, 1846. 404
AT the cornnr qf Murray and Collins-,
streets, a BANK NOTE. The ownei may have it by applying to Mr. Ill i Bush, Duchess of Kent. '
1 llobalt Town, April C, 1840* . 583
P A S T R Y C O O K,
NOW rbout to lenve the coloiiv, takes this
opportunitj of i eturnmg his than! s to his Friends and the Public foi the very libeial support which he has received during his con- tinuance in the i>bove line of business, and re- quests those indebted to him, will settle their icoountspn or peforu the 12th lr'tnnt, otherwise proceedings will he taken innnedi itelj
Any poison inclined to take the Lease can
call on the 1'iemists
Elizabeth sheet, April 3, 1846 5b8
APPRISES his fi icnds and the public
(vv|lh his best ie«| icttnnd thanks) ti it, having the heit muterais in the above nts m ti e colony,"and doing the pi nctical pin him- self, he can woik theo fier and better thin the cm APEsa in town bv fifteen per cent
14, Al gyle Building, Algvle street,
Mai cb. 19, 1840 463
Joseph Thompson, Alias Brogdsn. I P.JOSEPH THOMPSON, ALIAS BROG
1>JSN, wuo \vus tiiuisuoited fionTNew South Wales to Noifdk Island, in 1834, and supposed to have returned thiee years ago f om
thence to New South Wales or Van Diemen s Land, is in the land of the living, he mat ht ir of something to his id vantage by ad li ess ing i later to JOHN SELLARS, Post office, Ho bart Town, enclosing his ddress
Apnl7, 1840 581
Public 22ouse to be Eeet,
DOINÙ A CAPITAL BUSIA'LSS
THAT well 1 nown and Old Lst Wished
House, the " OLD COMMODORE,
m Brisbane street, kent extreineh low The Fixtures, which are not very numerous, to be taken at a valuation To meet the necessities
of the times, no Good Will is icqmred. For particulars, enquire on the pi émises
Api il 7, 184 b 589
ROSEWAY TO LET
rriHA r desirable Residence, at New Town, J- about a mile and a half from Hobart Town, containing «ight looms ; a garden of two actes, an enclosed paddock of ten acres, with a stieam of the purest water, on the pre- mises Immediate possession can be given - Application co be made to
No 27, Liverpool stieet, )
Maichl7, 1846 J 437
Family Residence to Let.
ADesirible FAMILY RESIDENCE to
LEI, on the New Town Rotd, with st ible and outhous* ittached, rent modei %te, or to any purchaser, the same will be sold on reasonable aiiJ easj terms Also, two «eil
finished2 HOUSES CO LET, in Onmpbell street, both of ihit-h have undetgone a tho rough repair, lent moderate Apply at this
Olhöe l ' '
M ireh 20, 1840. 457
I > »OR THRBK OR FIVE TEARS,
THE HOUSE and PREMISES, now in
the occupation of J Elliott, in Elizabeth street, as a Com Dealer Also, a Garden, of about two «nd a half acres, apply as above.
March 31, 1846. 527
A NEAT COT TAGE, situate opposite the
residence of Mr Price, Police Magistwite, on the New Town Roa J, cent mung seven apartments, two stall stable, coach bouse, car- den, with other conveniences The situation of th« above premises i« healthy and pleasant, and in a most respectable neighboui hood - Apply to Mr James Sproson, on the premises
March 31, 184b 526
To be E.ef,
AS TONE CO I TAGE, situate at the
uppel end of Livet pool street, suitable fot -a respectable family Apply to R Benni- son, Solieilor, Stone Buildings
April 3, 1846 507
AHOUSF in Bush me street, containing
eight Rooms, and Garden attached. Rent, £30 per annum -Applj to
R Mvrnxn. & SON
Liverpool st, Apill 7, l810 ^85
EX1ENS.1VE PRL MISES in Liveipool
s leot, with a çooil jaid, which maj be convened into a Shijiud Dwelling-honsi, io suit al» bniiuii ss lor pai tieujara, inquire uf
Mi Dru) v, Collins uti t et
A"pnl 7,1840. 592
Race Course Booths. ' TENDERS will be received by the Under
signed till Saturday, the lllh April next, at one o'clock, from publicans and others who may wish to erect Booths on the Course during the ensuing Races.
The number of Booths will be limited to twelve (exclusive of the Committee Booth) and no tender under ¿C5 will bo received.
The tenders will be opened by a Committee of tho Proprietors of the Race Course, and the twelve highest accepted. Should it however happen that there are not a sufficient number of
tenders, tho Committee reseñe to themselves tho priv ilego of letting tho remainder of the Booths on such terms as they may think most advantageous.
Pai ties who had Booths last j ear will (should their tenders be accepted) be allowed to occupy the same ground ; but should they not wish to do so, it will bp opon to selection by the first applicant.
The party whose tender is the highest will have the option of occupying the piece of ground he selects this) ear for five yeais, at the price of his present tender, upon giving the Secretary to tho Pioprietors notice in writing of his in- tention to do so, on or before the 1st of March in each )ear.
The amount to be paid to the Secretory im- mediately on the parties receiving notice that their tenders are accepted, otherwise the ground will be open to selection by the first applicant. '
W. T. MACMICHAEL,
March 31, 1846. 545
Race Course Gate.
TENDERS will be received from parties
wishing to rent the Gate at the Course during the ensuing Races. Tho party whose tender is accepted w ill be allowed to charge each pei -on on horseback or in any kind of vehicle who does not produce to him a ticket of admis- sion, the sum of Five Shillings and no more, for each day's attendance.
Tenders addressed to the Undersigned, and marked " Tenders for Gate," -v. ill be opened by the Committee of Proprietois of the Course on Satui day, the 11 th ofApril, atone o'clock, when the highest tender will be accepted.
W. T. MACMICHAEL,
March 31,184Ö. 546.
Hobart Town, April 7, 1846.
AILS will be closed at this Office as
For Sydney, per Triad, To-morrow, at noon precisely. - * » ' "»
For Norfolk Island, per Franklin, on Friday next, at noon precisely.
For Sydney, per Marmiop, on Saturday next, at IO a. tn. piecisely.
For London, per Mayda,'John Woodall, and Elizabeth and Jane, via Launceston, on Tues- day 14th instant, at 5 p.m. precisely.
F. C. SMITH,
Classical Sf Commercial Academy,
No. 33, CAMPBELL STREET.
Wanted, in tbe above Establishment,
A COMPETENT SCHOOL ASSIS-
TANT, in the English Department_ References will be required.
March 31, 1846. 549
A FREE MAN, as Butler ina Gentleman's
Family, and if with a Wife, without in cumbnnce, they would both bo engaged, if of good characters as to conduct and abilities. The Wife must be a professed Cook. Apply to Mr. Janies Benstead, Government House.
April 2, 1846. 556
A Respectable j oung man, w ho has had con-
siderable experience in the management and salo of Stock in the colonies, and is well accustomed to accounts, wishes to obtain em- ployment. A moderato salary only requited. Apply to Mr. Sherrott, Stationer, at his City Registry Office, 115, Liverpool-street.
April 2, 1846. 557
A RESPECTABLE Young Man wishes
for employment as Superintendent ; he has a perfect knowledge of bia business; Apply by letter, or otherwise, to Mr. Sherrott, Sta- tioner, at his City Registry Office, 115, Lirer. pool-street.
Aprit 2, 1846. 558 To Parents and Guardians.
ARESPEOTABE YOUTH, about 16,as
an Apprentice to a Respectable Business. He will have every opportunity afforded" lum of becoming a good Tradesman, and will be treated as one of the family.
N.B.-Security and-a Premium required. Apply at the office of this paper.
March 13, 1846. 424
Servants Wanted. ,
A YOUNG Woman, who is a good Needle-
woman, abd understands making Child- ren's Clothes. Also, a Housemaid. Both must have lived in service, and arrived freo in the colony.-Apply at Sir John Pedder's.
Newlands, March 27» 1846. 507
A LICENSED HOUSE, in fhe^centre of,
Hobarton, where the coming io will be about ¿350 cash. Applications to be addressed to J. H., at the Office of this Paper. s
March 0, 1846. ' i ' - i 391
« .Wants,* '
A Situation as OVERSEER'by a Young,
Man who caine free to the Colony, and has a general kriowledge of Stock and Farming. The most respectable refpieucescmen.-Apply
to R. Drui y's lïegîstr'y Office. ,
April 7, I846i ' v 680
IN publishing a List of Pi ices of his Colonial
Manufactured Pianofortes, which may be had on application, respectfully begs to submit a few leading points to the consideration of Purchasers of Instruments, and the Public generally.
These Instruments arc not got up for cheap- ness, but to supersede the necessity of importa- tion, as Pianofortes can be bought (handsome ones, too) in London at any pi ice, with any maker's name upon them, to 01 der, and sent
out for sale.
Tho Colonial Pianofortes are exact copies of Broadwood'«! latest improvements, and are ma- nufactured from imported matei lal (thereforo seasoned;) all have the metal string-plates, and are offered at IO per cent, less than the prico at their warehouse in London, amounting,with fi eight, insurance, and other incidental charges, to 20 per cent.
They are kept in tune twelve months free of expense, in any part of the Island ; are ex- changed at llio end of six months for others, if not 'approved, or at any time after six mouths, .on pajment of the hire and all expenses of car tinge, &c., &c.
"From allongements made in London, J. W. can pi ooure the best of woikmanship ia- kejs, and all the other essend.'1 parts sent in sets*to
References can be given to gentlemen who have purch ised these in Hobart Town, and various parts of the Island.
It is well known to the trade in London that the colonies, to tho large manufacturers of pianofortes, aie a convenient outlet for their instruments' which hav e been hired out and be- come second hand bj us ige ; these are scraped ov er, re-polished, and generally sent out as new hy the shippet s.
Van Dlemen's "Cana Pianoforte and Scra
COLLINS-STULET, HOBART TOWN. I
N.B.-New Mutic by vessels from London at
April 7, 1846. , ? 579 Economy becomes everyone
BUY FOR CASH ! ! !
COMPARE the PRICES OF TAILOR-
ING at «' WATERLOO HOUSE"
with any Houso in the Colonj', and you will find a difference of THIRTY PER CENT. For Workmanship and a Good Fit, I defy competition.
ig^ A CUTTER-OUT engaged from one of the first Houses in the West-End.
"? C. W. RoBEllTS. WATERLOO HOUSE,
Opposite, St. David's Church,
February,13, 1846. , 248
Spirit, Ale, and Beer Measui es, in Sets,
very supenoi ,
Also, one of tne newly-'nvonted Spirit
Fountains, witta Patent Taps,
Just arrived by the Aden, and particularly re-
commended to the Trade. ' London-made BEER ENGINES and
BAGATELLE TABLES ,
BILLIARD and BAGATELLE BALLS,
li, 1 J, and 2 inches. .? TARTARIC ACID, in 101b. jars,
lo D. W. BOSH.
RICHARD LEWIS & SONS,
WJtolesale and Retail Warehousemen,
BEG to inform their friends and the'public, '
that instead of opening their NEW ' PREMISES, comer of Argjle and Collins
streets, To-morrow, thcSthinstant, as intimated " in their adv ei tisement of the 26th ult., they have deferred the same until Tuesday, the 14th instant, in consequence of their not bo'iDg able to complete the removal of their Stock5 before
April 7, 1846. 588 . , ' Notice.
THE. EXECUTORS of the late HUGH
MURRAY request that all DEBTS duo to the Estate may be paid'to 'Mr. C. M. Max- well, whose receipt w ill bo a sufficient discharge.
JAHPB Pa STRACHAN;|^.
HncH MuKitti, j
Old Whaif, Apul 5, 1816. 584
rROM representations made lo me by oertain
parties, mid the plausible manner in which they were made, I1 was induced, by an advertise- ment signed by me, and published in the Hobart Town Advertiser of yesterday, to notify that I should not be answ érable for any debts my wife, Mary .'Ann Elliott, might thereafter contract. From information I have since received, and enquiries I have made in consequence, I find that these representations emanated*from malicious motives, and were entirely" groundless. So satisfied am I of it, that I hereby retract every vv ord contained in the advertisement to which I have referred, as affecting her character.
' JOHN ELLIOTT.'7
' April 1, 1846. 552'
THE above reward will he given to any
person who will give information, to the undersigned, as to where Messrs. Moore and Wallis, of Kelly-street, have secreted a Magpie
belonging to him, and which bird was stolen from his house, the same having been seen in their possession last Saturday. The Bird whistles " Mix my dolly," " Pot of Beer,"and " Who are you ?" .
"Cringletie Cottage, Harrington-street,
April 6, 1846. ' %- nsoney. ' ¡ ., 1 \ '
SEVERAL S«ras of Money, frpm, £400 to
£1000, to lend on good security,! at a low rate of interest. * Apply >to ' 1
> MB. C. H. HOLDSWORTH. *- '<>
"Solicitor, Hobart Town.
March 6, 184C. . 375