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|Advertising (Advertising), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 26 June 1838 page Advertising||2015-03-29 15:27||-' Partnership Dissolved.
NOTICE ¡B hereby given, that the.Part
John Clark and William Clark, heretofore car.
rylng on trade under the firm of John and Wil-
the date hereof dissolved by mutual content ;
are to be received by the said John (Mark, and
their respective accounts to the said lohn Clark,
nership lately subsisting1 between us,
Witness, THOMAS YOUNO._(5629
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Part-
John Clark and William Clark, heretofore car-
rying on trade under the firm of John and Wil-
the date hereof dissolved by mutual consent;
are to be received by the said John Clark, and
their respective accounts to the said John Clark,
nership lately subsisting between us,
Witness, THOMAS YOUNG. (5629
|Hobart Town Police Report. Monday, April 29. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 7 May 1839 page Article||2015-03-29 15:22||clined work, alleging that he could not work ; Mr
||clined work, alleging that he could not work; Mr
|Hobart Town Police Report. Monday, August 1, 1836. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Tuesday 9 August 1836 page Article||2015-03-29 15:17||- found in the, possession of one Newell,1 who
< J gave a very» poor "]tale of the tubJ* > Mr.
Constable Clark produced a ¡tub he had
Clark, the cooper, swore it was made athis
i shop, but had never sold it to Newell ; could
not Bwear he had not sold that tub to any one.
tive-evidence that the tub ¡had been stolen, he
was ordered to -find sureties for his appearance
to answer at^the Session. <
|found in the possession of one Newell, who
gave a very poor "]ale of the tub." Mr.
Constable Clark produced a tub he had
Clark, the cooper, swore it was made at his
shop, but had never sold it to Newell; could
not swear he had not sold that tub to any one.
tive evidence that the tub had been stolen, he
was ordered to find sureties for his appearance
to answer at the Session.
|Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Friday 3 August 1832 page Advertising||2015-03-29 11:58||Watcli, Clod: and Chronometer Maker.
MOST gratefully returns tlianks to his friends
lesidence in Eliznbeth-strcet j. and L» now begs
leave to notify tliat fruin the great increase of bu.
siiiess. lie is obligated tn. remove to a mir. extensive
shopjsitUHledin Marray.'street, opposite S David':
Chin ch where he trusts by unremitting attention to
work,' still to enjoy the same favours.
J CLARK begs to acquaint his friends and
tention shall he paid to that most critical and cs
hand. . ¦< ,¦
and.tho public, for the very liberal sup.
.-, thc public, that on thc 16th of April last,
erto received, and hope* thc firm of J. and W>
J. & W. CLARK'S COOPERAGE:
/stock a general and selected assortment of
very low prices , and.also have in preparation
they, now proffer to nuke brewing utensils
either on a more limited orextensive scale, at the
They also beg to intimate, that unlimited at
scntial part of their business Oil Shipping, which
A stock of country woik ready made always on
|Watch, Clock and Chronometer Maker.
MOST gratefully returns thanks to his friends
lesidence in Elizabeth-street; and he now begs
leave to notify that from the great increase of bu-
siness, he is obligated to remove to a more extensive
shop, situated in Murray-street, opposite St. David's
Church where he trusts by unremitting attention to
work, still to enjoy the same favours.
J. CLARK begs to acquaint his friends and
tention shall he paid to that most critical and es-
and the public, for the very liberal sup-
he public, that on thc 16th of April last,
erto received, and hopes thc firm of J. and W.
J. & W. CLARK'S COOPERAGE.
stock a general and selected assortment of
very low prices , and also have in preparation
they, now proffer to make brewing utensils
either on a more limited or extensive scale, at the
They also beg to intimate, that unlimited at-
sential part of their business Oil Shipping, which
A stock of country work ready made always on
|The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1834. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Friday 28 November 1834 page Article||2015-03-29 11:29||John Clark, one of the commuted-we should
say-circumvented-pensioners, who having
of national economy-reduced to destitution,
|John Clark, one of the commuted - we should
say - circumvented - pensioners, who having
of national economy - reduced to destitution,
|FRIDAY, JUNE 5. (Before F. Evans, Esq., J.P.) (Article), Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), Saturday 6 June 1868 page Article||2015-03-27 14:24||Hobart Town, entering into his own recog
||Hobart Town, entering into his own recog-
|LAW INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 6TH. 1868. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 8 June 1868 page Article||2015-03-27 13:40||Tuesday next. * ( ' l
Maintenance.-Featherstone v. Featherstone.
A complaint by Mary Ann Featherstone
against her husband, Charles Featherstone, for,
Coinplainaut deposed that she was married to
Zealand with her son's wife ; he paid the rent of
payment. ' ' '
MAINTENANCE. - Featherstone v. Featherstone.
- A complaint by Mary Ann Featherstone
against her husband, Charles Featherstone, for
Coimlainant deposed that she was married to
Zealand with her son's wife; he paid the rent of
|Advertising (Advertising), Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Vic. : 1882 - 1918), Tuesday 3 June 1884 page Advertising||2015-03-26 13:45||J. C. GRAHAM,
||J. S. GRAHAM,
|BALLARAT. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH]. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, 30th November. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 1 December 1885 page Article||2015-03-25 15:45||IBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH].
perjury in an assault caso in Ballarat Bast.
|BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH].
perjury in an assault case in Ballarat East.
|Local Intelligence. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 16 November 1855 page Article||2015-03-22 16:12||TAKING LUNARS.-Yesterday, Mrs. F.inny
Whelan, charged Mrs. Gannett, before Mr. Bur.
peared that although the ladies wcie young and well
|TAKING LUNARS. - Yesterday, Mrs. Fanny
Whelan, charged Mrs. Gannett, before Mr. Bur-
peared that although the ladies were young and well
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