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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 January 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. SHIP HARVEY. For London, to sail positively on the 20th of January, touching either at the Cape of Good Hope or Rio de Janeiro, the fine River-built Ship Harvey, Captain GEORGE FINDLAY ; has already two-thirds of her Cargo on board and engaged, having taken in all her dead weight at Sydney.—She has room for a few Tons of Wool and other Goods, also, for a few Pas- sengers ; for the latter, payment will be received in Produce, or Stock of any description, Land, Houses, &c.For Freight or Passage apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & Co. Agents. N. B.—Mr. EVANS will be happy to pur- chase any Quantity of Wool or Mimosa Bark, for which. Cash will be paid on delivery. Such Persons as may be inclined to ship   Wool or other Produce per Harvey, are informed, that it can be immediately shipped on board, or warehoused in the Stores of Messrs. Kemp & Co. free of Expense.   For SALE, the Fast-sailing Brig JAVA PACK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 January 1828

FRESH GOODS.       JUST imported by the Ship George Home, and for SALE, at the Stores of Mr. J. C. UNDER-   WOOD, the following valuable GOODS, viz :— Brandy, in pipes and hogsheads ; Rum, in pun- cheons, hogsheads and barrels ; Shrub, in hogs- heads ; Sherry and Malaga Wine, in pipes and hogsheads ; Beer, in draught and bottles ; Ginger.   Tin Plates, Beef and Pork ; Earthenware, Hams,   Rod and Bar Iron ; Slops, Bonnets and Gloves ; Deals, Hats, Glass, Hardware, Cutlery, Wool Bag- ging, 3-bushel Sacks ; Mustard, Pickles, Glue, Soap, Vinegar, Hosiery, Paint, Oils, and Turpen- tine, and various other Goods too numerous to mention. GELDING AND DENNETT. FOR SALE, a very superior Gelding, rising four Years old, above 15 hands high, re- markably quiet in Harness, and has been ac- customed to carry a Lady.—Also, a London- built Dennett and Harness, lately imported.—   Apply to Mr. J. E. Cox. Elizabeth-street. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 January 1828

RICHMOND MARKET. Richmond, January 9, 1828. RESOLUTIONS entered into at a Public Meeting, held at the Court House, at Richmond, on Saturday, January 5, 1828 ; G. W. GUNNING, Esq. in the Chair. 1st.-Resolved, that the Establishment of regu- lar Fairs and Markets in Country Districts is cal- culated to advance the interests of the Colony,- not merely as affording a greater facility in dis- posing of agricultural produce, but because such established places of meeting are favourable to that species of intercourse amongst the Settlers, which leads to the discussing of subjects relating to agriculture and the rural interests of the Co- lony, and such discussions tend to promote public unanimity and private emulation in exertions for introducing an improved system of agriculture.   2nd.-That Richmond, owing to its local si- tuation, being well adapted to the holding of Fairs, and the meeting of a Farming Society, this Meeting do now form an Association for the purpose of esta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 January 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. SHIP HARVEY. For London, to sail positively on the 20th of January, touching either at the Cape of Good Hope or Rio   die Janeiro, the fine River-built Ship   Harvey, Captain GEORGE FINDLAY ; has already two-thirds of her Cargo on board and engaged, having taken in all her dead weight at Sydney.-She has room for a few Tons of Wool and other Goods, also, for a few Pas- sengers ; for the latter, payment will be received in Produce, or Stock of any dcscription, Land, Houses, &c.- For Freight or Passage apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & Co. Agents.   N. B.- Mr. EVANS will be happy to pur- chase any Quantity of Wool or Mimosa Bark, for which Cash will be paid on delivery. Such Persons as may be inclined to ship   Wool or other Produce, per Harvey, are informed,         that it can be immediately shipped on board, or warehoused in the S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 January 1828

Correspondence between the Local Government of Van Diemen's Land, and the Proprietor of the Colonial Times respecting the suspension of that Publication.       WITH reference to the Address of the Gentlemen who appealed to His Excel-     lencey Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR, against the     Acts imposing a License and a Stamp-duty on Newspapers in Van Diemen's Land, and the Correspondence therewith printed, it appeals to me (under all the existing circumstances) proper, that what has been done in private, (previously as well as subsequently to the pre- sentment of that Address), should now come before the world. My Paper has been, after standing 12 years, suspended !-and for many weeks silent. The facts, relative to that sus- pension and silence, are detailed in the follow- ing Letters and Papers ; which are laid before   the Public, as they were received and written, without comment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 January 1828

NEW BOOKS.   ON S ALE. Orders received at the Colonial   Times Office,             Travels and Adventures in SOUTHERN AFRICA.   BY   GEORGE THOMPSON, ESQ.   Eight years a Resident at the Cape, compri-     sing a View of the present State of the Cape Colony, with Observations on the Progress and Prospects of British Emigrants.   The above-named work is dated as recently   as last, year, 1827/ and is elegantly printed, on   fine paper, in two volumes, royal octavo. It is illustratated by forty very beautiful engravings, and numerous vignette cuts, of noted chiefs, peculiar tribes, weapons, utensils, maps, plans, &c. But the great merit of the work is not in   its elegance or its illustrations, but in its general utility. The author has encountered innumer- abl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 January 1828

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's 0ffice, Jan. 10, 1828. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. James Maclanachan, to be Pound-keeper for the District of Methven, vice   Bennett, deceas'ed.   By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan.10, 1828. THE Lieutenant Governor has been, pleaded to 'approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Territory :- Mr. James Rush, to be Chief District Consta- ble at Campbell Town, vice Hill, resigned. The appointment of William Marthall, to the Field Police, has not taken place.   By Command of Hist Excellency,   J. BURNETT.                 Government Notice.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 10, 1828.   THE Period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported, having expired, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 January 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE.   SHIP HARVEY. F0R ENGLAND DIRECT_The fine Fast sailing Hiver-built Ship HAR   VEY, GEORGE FINDLAY, Commander, will posi- tively Sail on or about the 27th instant ; has the whole of her Cargo on board, and has room for a few Passengers only, for which Produce, or any tangible Property, will be taken as Payment. N. B.-All Persons who have, or wish to engage   their Passages by this Ship, will have the good- ness to be in readiness to embark at the time above stated. She carries an experienced Surgeon.     For Passage only, apply to W. EVANS,   Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & Co. FOR SYDNËY-To sail positively in the course of a few Days, the fine   fast sailing Teak-built Ship EPHEMINA, Captain     HARPER ; will receive Freight and Passengers for   Sydney .-Apply to Captain HARPER, on board ; or to   January 3, 182 8._...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 January 1828

HOLLANDS AND BRANDY. The undersigned has the pleasure to announce to his Friends, that he can now offer to their   Notice a very superior Article in Hollands and Brandy, just arrived in the Dragon, in Cases and Half-cases, containing from three to six Gallons, besides the usual Stock of Wines - Porter in Cask and Bottle, Hodgson's Pale Ale,&c. E.HODGSON           A Quantity of superior Colonial-manufac- tured Leather of all kinds, and Lime Hair. Macquarie Hotel, Dec 19, 1837.                                 WINE AND SPIRIT MART MR. MASON has received by the Orelia, Old Port, 8 years in bottle ; Sherry, Lisbon, Madeira, Claret and Champaigne, of the first qua- lity; Cognac Brandy, Rum and real E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 January 1828

ON SALE, Orders received at the Colonial Times Office,         TRAVELS and ADVENTURES       IN SOUTHERN AFRICA BY                           GEORGE THOMPSON , ESQ ¿Eight years a Resident at the Cape, compri- sing a View of the présent State of the Cape   'Colony, with Observations oti the Progress and l^Ifnsj^tsyfBrÜüh-Emigr'añtík ; . v v ^ ';;;'-iThV''a'rjrtv'e-naniied work is dated as recently as-last.year, 1827, and.i» elegantly printed, oh -.fine1 paper,.in two volumes, royal octavo It is ~ ilhistratatèd by forty very beautiful engravings, and numerous vignette cuts,' of noted chiefs, peculiar tribes,, weapons,,utensils, maps, plans, &ç.J But the great, merit of the work is not in its elegance or its ill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 January 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. SHIP HARVEY. FOR ENGLAND DIRECT.-The fine   Fast-sailing River-built Ship HAR-     VEY, GEORGE FINDLAY, Commander, will posi- tively Sail on or about the 27th instant ; has the whole of her Cargo on board, and has room for a few Passengers only, for which Produce, or any tangible Property, will be taken as Payment. N. B.-All Persons who have, or wish to engage their Passages by this Ship, will have the good- ness to be in readiness to embark at the time above stated.   She carries an experienced Surgeon.   * For Passage only, apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & Co. Freight or Passage to England. FOR LIVERPOOL.-the fast-sailing   Ship MEDWAY is hourly expected     from Sydney, and is under engagement to leave this Port in all February, for Liverpool.-Ship- pers of Wool will please to use all dispatch in forwarding it to the Stores of the und...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 January 1828

Ittotofcrttmrm Notier. w , Colonial Secretar^'* Office. Jan. 11,1B58. CERTIFICATES of Freedom having been iii \y many instances fraudulently disposed of, by means of which Convicts still under the sentence of the Law, attempt to pass through the Country as Free Men ; the several Magistrates and 'Con- stables are desired, on the exhibition of all Cer- tificates, carefully to compare the Description on the back thereof, with the Person of those who produce them ; the Lieutenant Governor being determined to direct the immediate removal to Macquarie Harbour of all Convicts who may in future attempt to pass themselves for Free Men. * By Command of His Excellency, _'_ _ J BlTRWFTT. y." (üVouermnriit Notice. v® Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 16, 1828. ?l iTi BORGE Morgan, Almorah, 57, has been de. m \JT prived at Launceston of his Ticket of Leave, ¡ 'Û for being Drunk and Disorderly. W. William Whitelock, Albion, 535, has been de rd prived at Hobart Town of his Ticket of Leave, v$> f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 January 1828

CHOICE NEW GOODS, JUST landed from the Ephemins, and on SALE,   by Mr. J. C. UNDERWOOD, at the Royal Ex- change Auction Mart, the following Goods :- Dinner, Breakfast, and Tea Sets, China ; Trans- parent Soap, in Boxes of 6 Dozen each ; Cologne Water, Bengal Table Cloths, Superfine Cloth and Kerseymere, Long Cloth Shirts, Snuff in Stone Jars, China Paper of various sizes, Blank Books, Bamboo Blinds, Writing Desks, Dressing Cases, Vests, Nankeen Pantaloons, Silk Jackets and Pan- talotons, Shoes, Fire Crackers, Fireworks of se- rious kinds, Tortoise-shell Combs, Gauze Hand- kerchiefs, Fans, Lacquered Tea Caddies with Tea, Backgammon Boards, Waiters, Decanter Stands, Horn Combs, &c.                                     FRESH GOODS. JUST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE« ?Í;;í SHI* HAB^TEY. :' *fiff" TT«>R ENGLAND DIRECT.-The fine WF??'jp' Fast-sailing River-built Ship HAR ^YÍ^EORGE FINDLAY, Commander, will posi-; tively Sail on or about the 7th instant ; has the! whole of her Cargo on board, and has room for; a few Passengers onfy; for which Produce, or any: tangible Property, will be taken as Payment. N;B.-All Persons.who have, or wish to engage their Passages by this Ship, will have the good- ness to be iin readiness to embark at the time aboye slated. . .''".,« ? *3" She carries an experienced Surgeon. *m* For Passage' only, apply to V?. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to " KEMP & Co. JFvcifñtor »ansage to ISngUraov J&&Í*, Xi10^ LIVERPOOL.-The fast-sailing raCaF F Ship MEDWAY is hourly expected from Sydney, add is under engagement to leave this Port in all February, for Liverpool.-Ship Îters of Wool! will please to use all dispatch in brwardiog it to the Stores of the undersigned ; -where it will be ware...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1828

^^^E^&^¿^éí0^^m¿ §£'Kfe ^HE following Resolutions having been agreed I " ._»;;' to* af a/Meeting held at Ross;, on>the"; 9th Sjn^ant,£ are ordered to; be published for general ^Information:~.--..?'."? .^r.-.-:vV- ",;'..; ; '.?:''?.?.. .. ... V *L^ThAt Mr. JAMES R KSH, having accepted the; Ofilc^^ C)gr¥oî ^the CWrs^isjíapptíitttót|; 'aç~ :? cor^in^y^:r*-'û<t &:;á'P'*'¡P-pJ*?*??' J'"' %'4That the Races commence, at Ross¡..on the/ secoñd^oésdayin'Marchíand that the followirigi Stakes be given to be run for :- . ~ '^ffsfDay'; TnesdS v-W Purseof Thirty Pounds; given 1>v thç. Club for;all ages, two mile heats. "X^Silvjpr Cup", vatue Fifty Pounds, the gift of T. G. GHEGSO'N, Esq. for ¿1! Sgesjtwf mileljeatsr * Horses, &c. to be rode hy the "Members of the Crru^; and no ISorse, &cr % be "allowed to start, that has not been the Property of àTtfëmber two Month's previous to the Day of running. ; -- f Second Dav. Wednesday-A Sweepstakes of £5 fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1828

cargo of tffc &t$oontvwpu^ \OU SALE, by J.HrUEiBEY.Ithé Cargo ,oMhe Schooner Hetty,' fipm Sydney, .jamaica Rum, in pim-Vejyejteen .> , f ^ "chepns'&hogsheads^Parramatta Cloth and 10 to 28 O. P.' /V » V* Cloth Trowsers ^Cognac^Braridy; ,, *?" \ Ell-Wide Printst , Hollands,« in caseVand Hosiery {' hogsheads. r ^ - Slops ^-> u f. > - *Càpe Wine, in apipes Britannia Metal .Tea Tcneiiffe Wine,Hi'plpéV ' and'Cofïee'Pots" -Catalonia Wine, ditto Shawls t ^ áhirry/in ¿-casks l 'Flannel ^ ^^n-, *< «Brown'Stout, in hhdsV Worsted Stockings j Hyson-hkin Tea, m English Soap , f , ^ ii, chests and |-chests Mustard » i * i ' Imperial, Hyson, and Blacking J < »Gunpowder Tea, in Spades _ ' " caddies " Tea fettles - i Mauritius and Java Su- ^Sheep Shears ¡ o gar l Steel 'Mills < ' Port Wine, in bottle Muslins and Dimity ' Holstein Butter, in fir- Bandanna Ilandker t ï kins " chiefs Canister Gunpowder ' Black & White Paint Shot Linseed O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE.   SHIP HARVEY. FOR ENGLAND DIRECT.-The fine Fast-sailing River-built Ship Har-     vey, George Findlay, Commander, will posi- tively Sail on or about the 17th instant ; has the whole of her Cargo on board, and has room for afew Passengers only, for which Produce, or any tangible Property, will be taken as Payment.   N. B.--All Persons who have, or wish to engage their Passages by this Ship, will have the good- ness to be in readiness to embark at the time above stated. She carries an experienced Surgeon.   * * For Passage only, apply to W. Evans, Esq. on board ; or to _Kemp & Co. Freight or Passage to England. ,£&&> FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fast-sailing Ship MEDWAY is hourly expected     from Sydney, and is under engagement to leave this Port in all February, for Liverpool.-Ship- pers of Wool will please to use all dispatch in forwarding it to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 February 1828

COZiONIAZ. ADVOCATE. ON the 1st of March will be published:by Av BENT, at the Colonial Times Office, to<> be \ continued Monthly, No. 1, of the "COLONIAL ' t. i/ ADVOCATE, and TASMANIAN MONTHLY REVIEW AK î % and REGISTER," price 5s. ¿li ' \ " NIO * young and rising Colony, the spresd'of uni ,i!'-/' ' ' versal knowledge is a« object of such vital iropor \ , tance,' that it should be the point to which the attention of every'well-wisher to the land of his ., , adoption should be uniformly: directed: Without *\ ,./ , Ästruction^ the human-mind is likethemarble in ¿ V> , the quarry-a huge and formless mass ; butj,when ' i_«djicatioais appliecLto the one,.andLthe chisseLof ;(i the-cunning«, statuary to< the other, both are alike susceptible of-being: moulded- into the most deli , ' cately elegant and*pleasing forms. Independently. . ofthe savage barbarism, which must be^ entailed i ,11 - uponi the people of « that country, where there is no printing," there is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 February 1828

mSIGBï ANS PASSAGE. SHIP HARVEY. /«SIL "I7QR ENGLAND DIRECT.-The fine J^B« J? Fast-sailing River-built Ship HAR- VEY, GEORGE FINDLAY, Commander, will posi- tively Sail on or about the 17th instant ; has the whole of her Cargo on board; and has room for a few Passengers «n/y, for which Produce, or any tangible Property, will be taken as Payment. . N. B.-All Personswho have, or wish to engage their Passages by this Ship¿ will have, the good- ness, to be in. readiness to embark at the time above stated. V. ¿: is- She carries an experieñced'Sürgeoñ. *4* For Passage ouly, apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board ; or to KEMP & CO. dftfigOt or l*a$*age to ISngianö. ^áJiL Î^OR LIVERPOOL.-The fast-sailing JgPp|jgL Ju Ship MEDWAY is hourly expected from Sydney, and is under engagement to leave this Port in all February, for. Liverpo'ol.-r-Ship Iiers of Wool will please to use all dispatch in brwarding it to the Stores-of the undersigned"; "where it will be warehoused] free of expence. "Vd/v ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 February 1828

¿m COX.OCT XAL ADVOCATE. ON the 1st of March will be published by A. BENT, at the Colonial Times Office, to be continued Monthly, No. 1, of the '« COLONIAL ADVOCATE, and TASMANIAN" MONTHLY REVIEW and REGISTER," price 5s. <. , ?><-* ?spread of uni . vigalÄ^edgellM^ tance, that \ t ; 5 hou 1 d be.the 'point'. to>>f h ich the itdopii^ instrtíctión^the human mind is like the 'marble in ;thé~quWry-r-a-huge"and^ education is applied :tb!the''one]!áñ'd ibie'^E¡s.|ël:'ofv the.cunnÍngTsiátüa^ susjcépjtibje^pf b?jng$nïpul^ed :¿into^he?n*psjl;,deli ?""?'"? Independently .Lï;bV*èrt tailed ? neîre trière'is. u ftr'afismiiting, to^uture iges.thè oe^ ^ithDflï"a^j#rmdicalyjournalíof events^ and the, vafiou's'^blicièà which'cáu'seJdr affect them^'T.Xs?! MANIA has bee'n unfôrtunatelyvdepriyedjof:,i.his rkàl advantage/ ëithejr;thrbpgh misconception, or some ;. thÍhf^lseV:t'h¿FRE^ persar.e co,ncerne3'vbfeh «Vénlbeaí leaving ,^hev^hple' of bwrc1^ Î'îres|e'dywiïh' the}sur(e...

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