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Burning in Effigy. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Burning in Effigy. Among, the charges brought' from the watch-house to Marylebone olRoe, was one which afforded great mirih to all present except the complainant, Mr. George Ruthen, a Pad- dington coach proprietor. The defendant, William Jones, better.known by jtlie cognomen of " Bill} up the Chimney," was put to the bar. Mr. Fuller, a gentleman belonging to the watch committee, stated that in consequence of hearing that a great concourse of persons had assembled in the Neu Road, he pioceeded thither, and saw the prisoner leading a donkey. On its back was placed what at first he thought to, beaman, but on examination he discovered that it was a ¡"Guy," intended to represent some one, and as a riot was likely to take place, he took the defendant into custody. There were about SOO persons present. Mr. George "Ruthen stated that he is a proprietär of a Paddington stage coach ; the defendant is « ead. It appeared tint in consequence ol the new " Omnibus" being started, it has materially...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Hydrophobia. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Hydrophobia. This disease is not common to dogs in nil climates; '. Ac- cording to Mr. Barrow, canine madness is unknown in South Africa. ' Other temporary diseases are oftentimes mis- taken for this fearful malady ; and we, therefore*, subjoin the symptoms of hydrophobia, as described by M. M. Chaiis SIER and ORFILA, who haye written a scientific work on this disorder,:-" A dog at the commencement of madness is sick, languishing, and more dull than usual. He seeks obscurity, remains in a'corner, 'does not baric, but growls continually at strangeis.'and, without any apparent cause,, refuses to eat or drink., His gait is, unsteady, nearjy, resembling that of a man'almost asleep. 'At, the end of three or ¡paydays, 1» abandons his dwelling, roving continually in every dnection ; he walks or'runs'as if tipsy, and frequently falls. His.hair is bustled up; his eyes haggard, fixed, áud sparkling; his head hangs down ; his mouth is open and full of frothy slater ; his tongue hangs, out, and...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

To Correspondents. ; " Cerav" in pur next.,' ChitiChat.requiret consideration be Jora tue can publish it. L. L. J), al some fuCura period. We take this opportunity to' 'state1, that all personalities,! im whatever shape, the;/ may appear, cannot be inserted in our. ? / .Columns., ,ÏVic','.' Editor\s Lament" is nor,(/titfe>5uc/t «w our, present circumstances trill allow us to publish^-it, might ¿ive .' i .?? i offence although noVintènded.' " ' ' " ', ' " i i

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Sheep-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

;, , Sheep-stealing. "hat, well-known character; Robert -alias Abey .Family who has been once or twice brought be fore, the Police Office, on charges of fdjeep-stealing, hás'beéBthisTveek apprehended ,and%lodge46\in, Gao)/on,a charge,,of¡steálin^57 sheep from ^e'^u' PtyC'A?8-.¥*ÏMh» on'-Sajlnrdayjlast. Twehly onfe of the sheep were traced,ti» tfoeftard'of the prisoner, who "keepsabutcber's shop in'Batburst-stréet, Sfc Giles's; but ere they were, tajken, three of .them were, slaughtered, and two sold td Brotherrori/a'butcher." Thirty-four were, found very bad(near;,townl", Two more were sold by Farrell to Mr." Moore at the Cove Tiiint'Ferrv', for '14*.' ' the major .PM »Ijhe.Pbeep, bearing very remarkable e£r ñotclíánd brand marka, of tbe^arge^osspiíteribréiedivlaV^een very clearly Tf^ÚúlS!iXvfeE&<Í9 b?,»t^e J»*T* as.thosë'tbat'w^re'stôleB f'°r? «jv»r Nif i^'îî8" i'^"tLsevora^othej.witnesses for the .prôïecdtioA have ,yet(to.be/(examined,.aud.theprisonerhas 1 beènU...

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Particulars respecting Bevan. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Particu3ai:s;rejpecting Bevan. |(^flí copy'the fbHo.Wirig'' f^r<nn''"the|'LauhceaWn^^dver-' Jtíilt _» STiontíyoiaftor(¡8, o'clock*'on 'Sunday nicht, ÍM¡r. V^AÖPUBiiPublicaaüit the! Sand-hiili heard a'músket gd oil '.jto to this house; He sent one of 'his men to see who fired Saotéd to Mr.'j Waddle's, i As tañidas' Hall readied ijth t attested him to delWer» up lis musket, and shew bim where the body lay. Hall went about 100 yards, 'ana then said - < send for the constables, and I will shew i^to them.' "Mar. Waddleithen-to'ok Hill hack ft' tlíe^íou'seV'and sent immç ((ii^tei nptice.to'the Poh.ce;Magistrate*u Mr.¡W*lsb,*tlle!fchief ÇoDitablej with a parity of. Constables: and a Serjeant inionjt r' m'and of « military detáohmerjt, immediately went to' Wac\ ! ille'sii Thpy took ^he man, Hall to Shew them the booty, ' but ' after searching tor several hours they could not find it.' ' They theo det,erpuned. on waiting till morning , at duyilight, úpqn renewing th&...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Ship Lady Harewood. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Ship Lady Harewood Just as we were going to Press-, we received the following particulars of the cargo of the ship Lady Harewood, Captain Limon, clearing at the Custom House, for London direct:- 727 bales wool, 260 casks whale oil, 3 ditto head matter, 24 ditto sperm oil, 428 bundles whalebone, 286 logs light- wood, 26 tons mimosa bark, 4 casks seal skins, 1 ditto sper- macetti, 11 cases various curiosities, 2 ditto opossum and bird skins, 2 ditto gum kino and 1 parcel Dr Ross's Alma- nacks.- Passengers, the Rev. B. Carvosso, Mrs. Carvosso, Dr France, R.N., Miss Neil, and D. Lamb, Esq.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

' íí :? ¡Criminal Court. ' vu 'February ÍT.-rWdliam.Lmgi, .^ealing ,ft ^set' of gig 'har- nest and other articles, the property of A. F. Kcmp,/gnilty. ÄTorcA^l.^r-William .Hobson,, receivingAbe above atticJes, knowing them to be stolen, /acquit^ed, but* detailed on, qnp thrr information,1 i, í * 'ti ' ¿ u > >> '

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To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

<*. ¿(j the Public. In the circulation of our" Paper we have pot canfined it to the names contained, in the list of Subscribers, furnished us by the late Proprietor, but have extended it so as to embrace tJ) others that have very recently been struck off Mr..Bent's hit,'and also many of our friends to whom our present w« j dsftekjtig may possibly be otherwise wilnowii. We hope * this will not be considered an improper liberty, as if is mat 1 our xoish to force'*our circulation beyond the fair and open 'road of honest competition, and consequently we woutd inti- mate, that persons who may » eceine our Paper, not'being at , present Subscribers, will continue to be so supplied until the termination of the present Month, without any charge, and that in the interim, we shall be grateful for a communication to the effect of informing us, whether their names may be ad- ded lo our List afSiibscribem at the commencement of the coming quarter ;¡ 6«f should no such communication be ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

., ?. English. News. ?, ¡ At the. sftting^<:o|Mi^er:Pari'sJ ..academy of ; Sciences on the 21st.instant, . ]$..Payen^1amioiúi!ce,d, auevi.iito.ls ¡.^preparing,plaster. MBy.,açcideijyi, lie .disoo^eieditb/u,^:;*.. sálpiíajle,oftJiine W^iich.had,surromjded .a.<t.ubo Ije^ieil.¿v;í¿ Vö . ¿degrees by'hot, air, was .converted ¡n)n,e:s¡;celieiit; pias.t.ei;, fji-le .proposes, therefore, Ulis method of p.r.eiparii;g.i!;)1iiiiste.ad- vi' ^that in. general use, which is m.pre exj)eii.siyey-iii(l;lt;ss;i:tiu.»; / .a^to.'tiie.^esnlt..' .Geoffrey|-Su;;Hi}¡a,reij>';a¿itlrt'íroppi-l,pt',;tlie jCommissibii\on tbe¡scientific expedition,,|p¡ thor Morea-', ;Iis report ¡enumerated corrections of, various,,geographical, «.-rutrs ;pf importance, interesting .researches amongTuins~(iiu\viii»í; jOf which .are giyen, ; experiments ; on the.,iempera,turc.;;,pf ¡the .seo,.admeasurement ol',mountains,, &c,,.;/rflie¡;repprt;>staies, that the members of the expedi^iij.were^eve...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

1 »I".,. »V.«... »jBdifeiJBf«wfc'.T..i,' Mr. 'Graham's' 'fishciry^att,i;'qrf9wacr,.B,aiyy appears ^oksüf^ the most s.angujinp^xpacta^onÇjpttlje pro prtetór., A ltd, qay.be , observed t evory-rnQMiiugwiui.a bas- ket full of fine fresbrfiiUi . booked at ChoWdof, which? brings, «»the ready penfry. ' '.' " * ' t . /»<vr>-/<**« ,b ' ^ -Hil i _.. " "ulh. I A w^ter^çjon'^a^^b^fijjv^ed-on Thursday I iÄÄ?iWtoWPe*iv.,»f vi ?.»? ïï^r^Mi^u «y*, feefrult^ww. ¿ ¡ .* ft . | ?; 1 here is a knot of ruffins prowling^bpuí just now, who not pnly.plundoí by^. hook or,hy, crook,'but even dare to attack the sacre^'per'sops'qf oui '< ótÜcers of jus- tice," as Sutland, one of the'police, and V'few ¿f;ilis frater- nity, can tell. Sutland swears bp'Iba'r's'iijr 'te.'life1, because;, they have " a down"'Äpoji'him^l'-b'ùt' wlfyj'g'oád Master^ Sutland" should be sèïectediasiva,8pëèialf(Ayect'eíf their at-1 tentions, we are puzzled io>í¿\Í.'< ^ ¡ A' éutiôus scene ...

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Original Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Original Communication« ;. v Mr. ED'iTORj^It.wa^'my.gopdlfort^ lal ;, Syanpy làfely^when the Veiíerábíe who is now in-ihis Colony', went through-some of the holy; nnd , .iateres.ting duties attached to his high statioi|. vy-Tlieuiui|iectpd ; . l'it'y of his niauiier, his( earnest eloqiiei|ce, and, liberalrininded. , Christiàn-likpVié'ws', that'were, appwefl^,in>alï( die, subjects upon which he treated in'his charges, writings^ and d«cóúr)i¿s, ! -..#?*.?.">?. unspeakable satisfaoti«ñv¡. ..:jn.,;>\^'_ U,|Y-;'i ?' .)' . ;,: l àm>jptoïn old-faabiojwdCburclimaitjr-TÍ^waí pófni;and édúqated ; under 'ÍÍs"jrérywiíjg',.. andjqltli.ougH^tqJer^on.fp; its fullest extent was¡aj^ays; inculca i jwinoiplps,,.^^ ! as, the,next door neighbour to crime jjaiid, ovejfyzea'l.ias.first cousin to. fanaticism. The.happy mixture, therefore, -of zeal>' ' aní! r¡gliteflusne,S3,, added ; to ; moderation, 'and;liberality// that :, have,been displayed by our new, Arcbdeap.on, .ajFord[ra.fttterjof ....

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Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

.na* mr. :?? i / i- >< "' ' .-.-' <-. ¡tí? j .:,.; í ! -j Australia« .,-.< r, .:..:. r The Picture of Australia ; exhibiting JSTéto Holland, Van Diemen'» <Land¿ and\ all the Settlement-?,'from the first at Sydney tQ the la\t at Swan ¡River. London Whittaker, TrcBcher,,) and Co. < c Emigration has now become' so' much the order of the day with every one who Iias,e'itherlieäd,(ihänd's| orçapjtal to emi- grate with,; that tliè original-'qi/éstioiiî" 'shall we e'raigratei" may be considered-''àsïlina'ltylsHt|lea,i'ahd. 'the only question' that regains to he:put; to:i'suoh porsons,";ori rather that th^y may nut to themselves', tis, ,'i td whatcountry/ishaU we emi- grate¡ ?... The Canadas were athone time ithe favourite resort of emigrants, and undoubtedly, they possess rjiany, .-recominetida .tions.,-nex^came^he so^hern part of Àfrica>V,bat;of that all Englishmen Gave had j enough, and,,, few, ( yes. believe, now a days, think ...

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London Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

., ?. ' London Improvements. > i Old Fleet-market will be pulled down in October next, i and the new market, which will be called Farnngdoa-mar ket, will be opened under favourable auspices, if we may ?i judge fiora tbe fact, that all the stalls and shops in it have \ been already engaged by respectable tradesmen. A great ;-/ number of applications bave been rejected by the Improve-, t ?' mont Committee, who had, from the commencement, stated it to be their determination not to allow any butchers who " / bave dealt in " wet-'uns,"1 to occupy as tenants. The new } spacious street, which is to be apon the site of tbe market,, ,,¡. and, to open a passage through «lie filthy aud wretched neigh-, j M ¿bourhpod of Satiron-hili, Field-lane, &o., is to be called ^,. Farringdon-street. Several of tbe booses in the parish have. pat op new fronts, in expectation of having a magmbcent j ,, street to compete with. In fact, tbe improvements projected ontbe'spot will, it is reported, ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

-rrmrnr "m lo ! Foi] Swan River./ , um .?? iSM¿ TiTE fine OBirs^Cla^TeaViM'Ship WSm. BUSSORAH MEJROHANT] 700 Tdn's'burthen, GloROE Johnston, Commander, wiJI positively; Sailifor the, abore Settlement in Ï4 p%jv ¿ «I li'iKi {/ ' ; Villis Vessel offers a most favourable opportunity for the i Conveyance of Passengers] having sdpéripr accommodations', bas Room for 1100, Tous ¿f Freight, which will be1 takèu on moderate Jetma. t !n / 1 1 » in , *¿* Earlv application is requested to be,made, as the "VeäBel "wiÜ ¿ail ¿n the day appointed. ( , 'r tjt For^i-eight'or Passage, appl| to 'the' Commander, on board, «rio n. I ' O' )' i1? > ' ' ' i -< i , ; , I f Wk "WILSON, Agenv Feb. 5, 1830. ,_ ) , , % For London Direct.         THE fine River-built Ship LADY HAREWOOD, Captain Limon, having returned ]f()n>( taking id i her dead Weight' at the Huon River/ is* now ready [to receive Wo,«^ or; i other j Produce for Loildori; for «I...

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN. MARCH 5,1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

. £L *áff l..-',-,'! - . "l '?". i'vi>?»"îr" :U . i ' : ¡ "' ^^'BÍA.R.T TOWN: < ?. ']pfr.fwi march '5, -.Ï830.' ;. ;'', ' '' "^Jfl'O' , i i i {. ' Le« it lie im|iie»->ed npnn jour mimi », let it be instilled into \o»r c Ililli i en, ttiat Hie Liberty of ilie Pi ess is tile l\illaiHni)i jot all jour Civil, i'uliticU, and Religious Rigbls. 'Junius. * ' "_ , " , In the commencement of our Editorial la . hours,' it may] reasonably be expected tßa£ we should follow the course of those who have preceded us, by saying something of the princi s pies and .plan, upon which we intend to ground our claim to a share of the Public Patronage; > and in doing'so, we'cannot but feel a certain degree of diffidence, for we are well aware that profession and practice are1 so often found at variance with those who embark in this species of publication, that we must be content to have our met its tried by the unet ring standard of ex- i perieuce,: ere we can lay any just claim to the c...

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Story Of A.P. Heinrich. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

. StotVlpFi¿í'^.r/B.einrich-. , ÍThé accomplished musician to*whom'W ay* about to call public attention is' ánative of Germany, who1, many years agj>, was eminent as a merchant. He was in America, andy while' there, failed in business.' In his adversity he be\oOk himself to a long hut in the woods of Kentucky, and flew'for consola- tion to his early,' biit uncultivated, tasle for music. In this solitude he gave bim'self.ùp to intense study.' He has com-, mem orated his labours iii what he calls '' a biographical song, entitled' " The Log House." A'lithographic frontispiece re , presents the composer in the wilderness', and really'the' whole seene is a'most Robinson Crusoe-like'concern.'"A'ludder. placed slauting against the superfluous chihiney furnishes'the musicians seat, and his knees assist a'small'projection from; the wall to furnish a Substitute for à''table. ' He is pfoducing sweet' sounds from a violin, and this, with aped'aud'ink, and a pail and the ladder}' famish all t...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

* £,-'? Jil I'll I " SHIP NEWS.     March 2- Arrived the brig Volusia, Captain James Han- nan, from Sydney the 21st February, with the following car-     go -1 cask sperm oil, 1 ditto arrow root, 525 cocoa nuts, 1 bale hosiery, 6 casks arrow root, 8 ditto pork, and 40, boxes soap, Crombie and Co. , 1 box birds' feathers, 2 mares, and 6   cows, J Murdoch, 28 pieces cedar, Francis Smith , 179 ditto     ditto, 179 treenails, and 2 mares, John Kerr , 1 box apparel,     Captain Kinghorne , 30 pipes Cape wine, Dawes and Hewitt, 28 boxes ginger, W. M Orr , 42 pieces cedar, 5 casks cheese, and 1 case shoes, H. Guy, 4 boxes window glass. 6 cases turpentine, 2 cans linseed oil, and 1 cask earthenware, to order. -Passenger, Mr. Terry.         Projected Departures.             The ship Chat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. , '. > » . I'm, lColonial'Se*etary'siOßth?'Feb,:2A,'!BS0.s H]1S] Excellency the Lieutenant'Governor .j is pleased to direct, that the following notice of (the ,g¿nera] pbjects of a proposed,act, which is .about to be laid befoie the Legislative Council, to.be¡iptituJed ",AnActfor< the Relief of certain Insolvent Debtors/', be published for ge- neral information ;- , , ,,¡ , i , , " ¡ , i m ¡ Any person who nt the tipie of the passing of the Act, shall have been iu execution for debt, n period of 6 months or upwards, may-apply to the Supreme Court ¡by petition, lobe ? declared insolvent ; and that bisteffects, may be distributed amongst all his creditors, within 14 days after such petition, a schedule tp be filed by4he petitioner, a full, true, and par- ticular account of all his debts and property of every kind whatsoever, in possession or expectancy. , . AU tSe creditors to he summoned to attend the Court on a future day, of which public notice in ...

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Unprecedented Application. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Unprecedented Application. "An exceedingly well-dressed young female, of very respec- tarle appearance, who was accompanied by an, elderly gen- tleman, attended the Mansion-house in September last, and handed to the Lord Major a paper, to the truth of the con- tents of which she wished to swear. The Lord Mayor, upon reading the paper, expressed, the utmost surprise that any woman in her senses could think of swearing to the truth of the statement. It was, he observed, a subject on which all other women would maintain the deepest silence; indeed, they would sooner swear to the reverss, although there might be gr__ for the accusation. The lady said that she had suffer- ed a great deal in her mind, in consequence of the teachery of a female acquaintance, and it would be some relief to her to expose that treachery. The Lord Mayor said, it would be exposing treachery at a very dear price. The paper con- tained the following extraordinary intelligence :---The appli- cant was a married lad...

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Police Report. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 March 1830

Police Report   February 27. John Tilling, holding a tioket-of-leave, stood charged with having a valuable watch in his possession, supposed to have been stolen from Mr. Davidson, at Kitty's Corner. On the examination of Mr. Davidson, Tilling was discharged.     Thomas Leonard, one of the Veteran Corps, stood charged with stealing two shirts, the property of George Farris.   Discharged.         Alexander George was bound over to keep the peace to- wards Thomas Edwards, for six months.       Mary Colley was bound over to keep the peace towards   Mrs. Lester, of the White Horse,, for three months.     Thomas Turner was bound over to keep the peace towards William Turner, for three months.         John Larkin, a young man of most respectable family in Engl...

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