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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 November 1828

¿Fmgftt ann 19a#*a$e to ?ionüon. <£SJ rTOIl LONDON DlRECT.~The good ^ftMfflE. JD Ship Sarak, Captain GEORG*. KINQ, has renamed to this Port fiom Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 1st January next, when she will positively sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find tlip arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisfactory. (Jay Wool and other Produce intended for shipment on the Sarah, warehoused at the Stores4 of thiS Undersigned, tree of Expence. j JOHN LORD. Commercial Wharf, July 24, 1828._ \ ¿Fmgtjt aim Damage. _tffi» T?OR LONDON-The fast-sailing new Tjfiffif- .*. Ship Coronet Captain T. B. DANIEL, Cora munder, now at Sydney, receiving her dead weight, will be at Launceston on the 1st of Ja» nuary,! to load for England, and proceed to Lon- don direct, provided sufficient freight offers ; other- wise, to call at this Port to complete her cargo, and le;i ve on the 15th of Februa...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 December 1828

Ä ¿ ti ( i4i i i j$j, J<f ac ' v I' i JUfoíí desirable Property at New f Norfolk. TO be disposed of by Private Contracta House and)Preïnises, suitable for an Academy or for a large Family, having been built purposely for the¿Resiíh»nie of W. H. H i MILTON, Esq. but from particular circumstances, remains in an un- finished state.-1 he Grounds are spacious, taste- fully laid out, and well stocked with choice Fruit Trees. Pi incipal or Gi ound Plan of Dwelling House consists of .Entrance Hall, l8 feet by B feet. Drawing Room, 19 fest by 17 feet. Lobby leading to } 8 feet by 6 feet. "DrawingTloom >20 feet by 17 feet. Butler's Pantry 3 13 feet by 8 feet, ?lobby leading to *) 8 feet by 6 feet. Principal Bed Room S 20 feet by 17 feet. Dressing Room 3 13 feet by 8 feet. Basement Story consists of Kitchen, Store- rooms, Laundry, Wash and Bake House, Wine Cellar with vaulted Binns, and other Conveniences of great extent under the whole of the Ground tT4oor. r One pair Stairs and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 December 1828

dfrrt0ï)t ann tfaösagc to îlouïion. Ä*S" jnOR LONDON DIRECT.-The good ffilaar JP Ship Sarah, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Port from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer,« until the 1st January next, when she will positively sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisfactory. gar Wool and other Produce intended for shipment on the Sarah) warehoused at the Stores of the Undersigned, Iree ofExpence. JOHN LORD. Commercial Wharf, July 24, 1828. «dFmgftt ana INiwagi* «JSSJÜD f¡,°R' LONDON.-The fast-sailing new ^pSm. *? Ship Coronet^ CaptainT. B. DANIEL, Commander, now at Sydney, receiving her dead weight, will be at Launceston en the 1st of Ja- nuary, to load for England, and proceed to Lon- don direct, provided sufficient freight offers ; other- wise, to call at this Port to complete her cargo, and leave on the 15th of February. fc3- For Freight or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 December 1828

p F* ¿Ftfi0ï)t anti Ißatwage to ïLcmUon. 4§ñl> ÏÏ?0R LONDON DIRECT.-The good ffisJOr Jj Ship Sarahs Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Port from Sydney, and will take in such Freight as may offer, until the 1st January next, when she will positively sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisfactory. " l fl^f" Wool and other Produce intended for shipment on the Sarah, warehoused at the Stores of the Undersigned, (ree of Expence. < JOHN LORD. Commercial Wharf, July 24, 1828. ' ' dfwigljt antr $?a$0age. 10R. LONDON DJHECT.-The Under ____ signed having chartered (with the intention of proceeding on her to England) the fine fast-sailing Teak-built Ship Marquis of Lans- down, Robert NOYES, Commander, will be happy to engage Freight on moderate Terms. She is under engagement to Sail in all February ; all her accommodations, which are very superior, aie eng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 December 1828

&ti*í) £>ttuf?, from OaîJfcy an» Oo:$ IMPORTED by the Alice, and.on SALE, at the Stores of H. HOPKINS, the following sorts,   in half-pound bottles, \iz.-. Tonquin and I'rince's Mixture - r Scented Happée and Violet Strasburgh,inhalf . pound bottles s l . ALSO, jr ¿ ^. - A good nssoilinent of cutlery, vej-y chejip^'conf ^J* V/^^ii'tiug of tableland desert knives and foiks "-«V/^ "and 'euiveVs, pen'aiid pocket knives,, and 'i'i1^ ,.' scisjars. . v . , j ' '"" Cm pouters', shoemakers', and farriers' tools ,«-¿f. *T-wo-loot rules ^ ' « ">. . Hand, tenon, and key-hole saws Claw and rivitinp hammers and pincers ¡socket, mortice, anti firmer chisels and gouges >>- ' 'Hand, juck, and trying planes y i. Patent brass wardiobe, till, box, and cupboard locks Brad-awls? gimblets, spike bits, and augurs Shoe knives, hammers, patent punches, awl hafts, hemp, flax, heel balls, &c. Pifch, tar, and rosin Lamp black, sulpber, anjtl copperas Farriers'rasps, pee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 December 1828

F ¿Fmgtt aun Pacage. TOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT_The fine ______ fast-sailing Brig Margaret, Burthen 250 Tons, A. CRAIG, will positively return from Sydney on or before the 25th December, to fill up for the above Port. (jar Early application^ requested to be made, ais the Margaret's stay here will be very short, having considerable part of her Cargo already engaged. / V* The Margaret has'superior accommodations for a limited number of Passengers, and'will carr; an experienced Surgeon of the Royal Navy. - THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell-street, Nov. 13, 1828._ jfxeiQM an* ftawage to Hotftom JÄ_Ä6 "ClOft LONDON DIRECT.-The good TffiBBE JP Ship Sarah, Captain GEORGE KING, has returned to this Port from Sydney, and will take.in such Freight as may offer, until the 1st January next, wnen she will positively sail. -Passengers proceeding to Europe in the Sarah, will find the arrangements made for them in the essential points of society and accommodation very satisfactory. Q3T Wool and other Prod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 December 1828

CAPE WINS. JUST arrived by the "Hebe, from the Cape of Good Hope,-Sixty quarter casks, and T wenty-five half-aumB of very superior CAPE MADEIRA WINE, which will be Sold on very moderate Terms. KEMP & CO. 1 Hobart Town, Dec. 9, 1828. " ^ \ .. CHOICE WINES. ' ON SAXE, at the Stores />f ¿he Undersigned, ex Marquis of Lansdown^1 St. Estaphe and La Fitte Claret, in 1 dozen cases Basse, m 1 dozen cases. - .. «. * KEMP & CO. DPC 9, 1828.________«__ -NEW INVESTMENT. /"|N SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned, im ^ ported per Prince-George, Magnet, Coronet, &C CaYt arms and boxes, with straps complete 'Chain cables, of sizes Try Pots Oval and round frying pans Blacksmiths' anvils Plough shaies !> Hoop iron, from li in. to 2£ in. ' Stationery, consisting of pappr of various de- scriptions, ledgers, day» books, Ajournais Taylor's biown stout West India rum, 32 0. P. ' Cognac Brandy Cape wine, in ^hogsheads and*prpes Poable Gloucester/Berkleyyand Pine cheese, in «...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 December 1828

n 1 EXTENSIVE SAM AND MR. C0LL1COTT begs to rcquaiut thf Public, that he will, early in January next,offer for Sa le by Public Auction, at the Cross Matsh, about 150 ?&can of morney «rattle,* ' ?Mhich will be put up in Lot-» to Fuit Purchasers, 1 he greater part of these Cattle are of a very highly improved breed, and perfectly docile, biting been accustomed to be constantly milked. *? 'Phey lia\e also, for some years, had the advan- tage" of pure Durham and^Fifeshirebulls, some of ' MIHCII, fiom one to three years old, will also be exposed for sale at the same time, presenting a rtfost desirable opportunity to those Gentlemen ?who are anxious to improve fie breed of cattle. c Al-o, a few i lever Geldings, fit either for draft or the saddle. The Cows, Steers, and Heifers, will be put up in separate lots, from six to twelve in earl) lot. Q3T Twehe Months' Credit wtll be given on .approved Hills, to Purchasers to the amount of ^50and upwards. Hobart Town, Nov. 28, 1828 1 . ?' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 December 1828

The Colonial Times     As a News-paper, REVIVED ! THE PROPRIETOR and CONDUCTOR of the above old established Journal, under its various Titles, has this Week the great satis faction to inform the Merchants, Traders Set- tlers, and other Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land, that, on Friday next, the 2d of January, 1829, the " Colonial Times," which, since the 12th of October, 1827, the Public are aware, has been continued to be published as a Sheet of Advertisements, will again appear in its cha rater of a News-paper -" Open, to all - influen- ced by none." Thus may the FREEDOM of the PRESS be considered once more restored to the Colonists of Tasmania ; and whatever has been the remote or proximate cause of this Restoration of their Birthright to the People, all our fellow Colonists, we are assured, will join u in pro- perly estimating and treating its effect. Upon this occasion, the Publisher of the Colonial Times begs that the Subscribers and Supporters of, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

THE COLONIAL TIMES AS A NEWS-PAPER REVIVED! The Proprietor and Conductor of the above old establishment Journal under its various Titles,has this week the great satis-faction to inform the Merchants, Traders, Set-tlers, and other inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land, that on Friday, next the 2nd January, 1829, the "Colonial Times," which since the 12th of October, 1827, the Pubic are aware, it has been continued to be pubiished as a Sheet :s.s be, .considered.oncte;iuór.e,restored,to the 'nists'o(Tasmahià,; and whatever has been sinote orproxioiate cawse of this Restoration /:i^irthright to the Feopje, all; pur: fellow-! 1 ^¡stSj Weareassured,, jwilljoin us iu prori estimating a,nd treating its cjfeci. vXJpqn, ,i¡sroccasion, the. publisher of the Colouial Vime$^4|fr^ $CairnthejA^ertis^s7iriTítíie^Colonial Tim¡es: !f ÏIÏ ' i>e ; ip lea s e¡dto; accepty:pi the ;«f: Tasmanian-, ^ocket and meet \ Almanacks forrl829/' as.a ?ffi$#ÍiW&'MÍ3®$. ' ' ,,i Jin '? v, :.-.; *h a ]'U:iV:-uï ...

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Country Post. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

COUNTRY POST. Launceston, Dec. 29.-The ship Timan- dra, now lying at George Town, proceeds, in a few days to your port (Hobart Town) from Circular Head, where she has discharged part   of her cargo for the Van Diemen's Land Com- pany. The ship Lady Rowena has sailed for   the Derwent.   As I understand you are about to re-com- mence your old paper, the Colonial Times, I beg to inform you that it is my wish to become a subscriber again. [Numerous similar notifi- cations having already been received, are grate- fully acknowledged.]    

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LIBEETY OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. "That such restrictions are Constitutional--con-           sistent with--and not repugnant to the Law                 of England, we presumd that no British-born         Subject can be so ignorant of the institutions, of     his Country as to view, or so selfinbased, in nature and principle, as voluntarily to submit   to." Such is the language of the"twenty-   four"           Mr. EDIT0R.-I beg to congratulate you on,     the restoration of the Liberty of the Press--the best birth-right of Britons-and the great palla-     dium of English liberty, as the Editor of that talented an...

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The Answer. Government House, Hobart Town, 26th November, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

THE ANSWER.           Government House, HobartTown,                 26th November, 1827.,           Gentlemen,-I have the honor to receive your     Letter of the 21st instant, requesting me to repeal   the Act which has been passed by the Legislative Council, for Licensing the Press-a measure   which you consider repugnant to British Law, and British Liberty-calculated to deter future Emigration-and subjecting the local Govern- ment to unpopularity, and the Colonists to de   gradation. Was this a true picture, I may venture to say, the Act had never been drawn ! The responsibility of the measure, as to its being consistent with, or repugnant to British Law, does not rest with me; but I may...

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Answer to E. A. [?] [?]ebus. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

ANSWER TO E. A. W's REBUS.   Mr. Editor,-If you think the following wor- they a corner, of your Paper, perhaps you will accent of it from         AN OLD FRIEND.           I think, Sir, you mean we should know by your rhymes,       As far as I'm able to guess,         The Friend of the Public-" Colonial Times," That spirited, well-disposed press. , Truth, justice, and candour, the " Times" will uphold,   While no party it ever will own ; But always is Bent to select the pure gold, And to leave what is worthless alone. Such a Press is a blessing-a blessing, indeed ; One, which Heaven to save us from evil, Has sent to oppose men, whose "Party's" their     creed, And to blow all abuse to the Devil.  

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Ship Cumberland. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

SHIP CUMBERLAND.       In addition to the intelligence received by the Roslyn Castle respecting the late atrocious pira- cies, it appears that some of the prisoners secured, at Cadiz had confessed to the plunder of the ship   Cumberland, off the Falkland Islands, and the   general murder (horrible to be told) of all the passengers and crew. It is likely, therefore, that the accounts of the buckets being seen on board the pirate by Captain Carew and others were correct, as well as of the hull being seen afloat dismasted off the River Plate. The English subjects that were found among the crew of the schooner at Cadiz were taken to Gibraltar and have been executed. It is known, however, that there are no less than three piratical vessels   on the seas committing outrages on merchant ves- sels, and the Lang, after the example of most other ships, did not sail without being properly   &nbsp...

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A Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

A Proclamation     By His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van   Diemen's Land and its Dependencies.   Whereas, His Majesty hath been pleased, through the Right Hon. Sir George Murray, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, to signify to me, His Majesty's disallowance of the Act of this Island, entitled '' An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and for the prevention, of blasphemous and seditious Libels," I, the Lieutenant Governor, do therefore by this Proclamation, notify and publish the said, disallowance accordingly.             Given under my Hand and Seal, at Go-         vernment House, Hobart Town the   24th day of December, 1828.   George Arthur.   ' By His Excellency's Command, &...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

SHI? NEWS. ( i "^U^ Arrived at Launceston, en Wednesday the 17th - * iv Dec ember, the ship Timandra, 370 tons, G. Wray, from London, with 376 ewes and 14rams, 16ewes and 1 ram having died on the passatre, 35 ton» of salt, and IO tons of iron, for the Van Diemen's Land Company, besides about 10 tons bf goodsfpr   pnvate nidividuajs.-^passeng'ers,' Mr. John Archer and son.               Arrived at Launceston, on Saturday the 20th December, the ship Lady Rowena. from London   16th August, with 305 sheep, 25 tons salt, 25 tons iron for the Van Diemen's Land Company, and about 20 tons goods for Hobart Town, for which place it is expected she will sail in a few days. Passengeis Vlessrs T. Thain and., J. Thickly. Arrived on Tuesday, the 22d IJecember, the, *ship Lant], 3o6 tons, Captain Lusk, fiom London lOfh Auaçust. 5>lie biin^s a" !ar«re assortment of rnerch mdize, am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

FT)HE following Articles on board the,Mary * Captfiiu Shuttleworth, just arrived, .will Je disposed of on moderate Terms:-- ....'.":. Pitch and'tar ..iijLbhi.îy«-.. 'ív¡.=.>a!.-:.-'*-'« Bar arid round iron . .,,, Salt:. A -,<:?.'?< ?-..!') 'i'«:-"- ^."-^^ífíÍ:!'^ .¡-.; KU.Í.Í..;. Brandy and;rum, (l; onv.¡\ n\\',í\im^i¡PH^M.p''¡ tPilhutts i ,.j ;, ."!. K:'-ïi\u0iïàùAifîï- ?:. . !Ç*°^in£ .Í ii ? '.> ?>'i| -o ' WiiV'i'iii-w-'Ä^^ Hardware and guns ?,;. ',- ;.r:,T,¿v ..j; -.:..vf/;;,'.'iVy .'-¡Cutlery,' chains, -arid' ked¿és'°: ."v'- ;.';Xp^.v'. Flannel and blafrke^hîW^v^ , Slacking and ironmongery- ; : j iÇr:v/':,.^>[}'1 .7Stationery¡*.¡i\l .: »u.^i'i iii~'íuihk$H0-.M- M-; -.^Í¡aints^t^ '?.;,; .,;,,?.,<?..<.';í JjiiíiúloiX^j ;W-¿'#^ '.One pair mill stones- -;, ,u^mÍjííuí;!ii;¡^<S;.íuw ^.Terfunieïy;;'^,;,,.'^, .^¡^'^^¡.¿Aa'^îi^ '"Nails-' .".- '"..,". ?,. <./.:;<.- 5,,;; Four brood mares ii ¿'1 ;.vA f...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 January 1829

HOBART TOWN         FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1829. The Proprietor and Conductor of that old established Journal, the Colonial Times, an- nounced last Friday to the Public, that his paper would this day be revived. We have accordingly this week redeemed our pledge, in again presenting to the People, a free unre- stricted Newspaper--"Open to all, influenced   by none." The cause of this restoration of our birth-right, has been owing to orders having been received from His Majesty, as will ap pear from the following Proclamation, publish- ed in the Government Official Gazette of Satur- day last, of which the following is a copy : A PROCLAMATION By His Excellency Colonel, GEORGE AR-   THUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island   of Van Diemen's Land, and its Dependen- cies.   Whereas, His Majesty hath been pleased through the Right Honorable Sir George Murray, one of His Majesty's Principal Se...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. WRITTEN FOR THE COLONIAL TIMES. Liberty's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 January 1829

-»».S**»«* WRITTEN FOR THE COLONIAL TIMES. Let error look back to the mansions of night, Let catiflour advance with her mirror of light ; And.slay'd be thetear which was wrung from the eye, By the hand of oppression when lifted on high. --- Tasmania, rejoice ! let thy wilds and thy woods, Thy vales and thy mountains, thy fountains & floods, Loud hail thy bright dawning of liberty's day, When chains and whenever«/ shall vanish away ! Fair truth raise thy banner, tindfalsehood will fly, Like wrath-stricken stars from their seats in the sky ; Oh ! hide not thy head like the sun in a cloud, But in thy bright halo our island enshroud. Let freedom rejoice, and let slavery's knell Be heard on the gale, and.in ocean's rude swell ; ' Let freedom rejoice-let the young and the grey, ' With glee hail the dawning of liberty's day ! -

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