Country Of Origin Australia
Skills Watchmakers, Jewellers
Work Locations Hobart
Street Address
16 Collins Street, Hobart
186 Liverpool Street, Hobart
Arrival Approx. 1833
Other Approx. 1833 – 1836: Business partnership, Maurice Harvey and Mr Michael.
Repaired watches and jewellery, sold lever and vertical watches, jewellery, hardware items, cutlery, etc.

April 1834: Maurice Harvey: Charged with receiving a stolen watch valued at £5. Watchmakers David Barclay and Mr Morrison gave evidence in court; Maurice Harvey was found not guilty.

Approx. 1835: Moved business premises to 186 Liverpool Street.

May-June 1836: Michael and Harvey announced they would be proceeding to England and for debtors to settle accounts with them as soon as possible. An auction took place to sell residue stock, and the premises were advertised to let.

29 November 1836: Michael and Harvey left Van Diemen’s Land bound for London on the ship Mary.

TAHO: SC32/1/2 1834.
The Tasmanian 1 February 1833, 27 May 1836; Colonial Times 8 April 1834; True Colonist Van Diemen’s Land Political Despatch 17 April 1835, 29 July 1836; Hobart Town Courier 20 May 1836, 17 June 1836; Sydney Monitor 9 December 1836.