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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

G J20ß<?£ TTÍÜ FOURTH, bu > ' ;ij ¡the'Ùfàèe'of'Oodpfthe United 'Kingdom of 'Great "Uritain and Ireland* King, Defender of the Faith, fa. ltr the 4'dMinïAUon' of JA MRS I SCOTT, late of ihe River Shan non" iii Van Diprhen's Land,'La- bourer, Deceased, to the next of 1 Kin of the *aid JAMES SCOTT> .and toa!l,Chustian Incoóle, GREETING :-¿ liïOXJ are hereby oíted and warned to be * and appear in Our Supreme Court of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction for Van"Die« men's Land and its Dependencies, at the Court House, at Hoban Town, on Mon- day the Eleventh Day of December next, at Ten o'Clock in the Foienoon, to shew Cause why Administration of ihe Goods, Chattels, and Ciedits of the said James Scoit, Deceased, should not be granted to the Regletrar^of ibis Honour- able Couru.-Witness, "the Honourable JOHN LEWES PEDDER, Our Chief Jus- tice of Our Supreme Court of Van Die nun's Land, this Twenty-first Day of November, in the Seventh Year of Our Reign._J. L Pep DER. C_J. GEÖ&...

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THE MILLENIUM. Suggested by Mr. Irying's Work on Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

""' fHE MILLENIÚM. ' [, I ' Suggested by Mr. Trying''* Work on Prophecy^ j A millenium at hand-I'm delighted to h,ear it-? As matters both public and private now go, With, multitudes^ round us, all starving or neai it, *? A good rich millenium will come apropos Thanks, thanks for the hope thou hast given us that we May e'en in our own times a jubilee share, ( . Which so long has been promise«! by prophets like thee And so'often has failed, we began to despuii. There was Winston,, who learnedly took Pi ince, Eugene " , For the man who'musrbring the' millenium about, There's Faber,, whose pious'predictions.hare been All balied e'ic his book's first edition'was nut. There was counsellor Dobbs too an Irish- N. P. * Who discoursed onethe subject jwith »signal eclfit%, i And each day of his life sat expectiug.to see t ' A mitUniumbreak aufin tne'towa'oPAvtmígirí '* "> * * ff

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

To THE ElUTOB. /'SIB,-It is perhaps not generally known, that about this time the black natives çoto Patrick's .Plains and Arthur's'Lake to drink the juice, of what is caned the cider tree. It is a speciesdfleucnlyptut resembling the' > black ,gum, but with, a smooth, shining, bark. The liquor is obtained by cutting à notch in the'boi-k, and ' the stock-keepers, iii those neighbourhoods, ciitgrojufcs in the trees, to which they; 'fix,cans, and into, which they frequently find two quarts have issued in the course of one uight.» The-juice is exceedingly mellow and sweet, and if allowed to ferment, it.becomes of a strong olid intoxicating quality. The wild i ed tarrant is also common in those parts. Cherries as white as milk, and of a flaVoUr superior' to thç red native sort, are found growing on the plains./ There is also u tiPc which bears a sort of apple about the size of.a pigron*s egg, which remains green all the summer, but towards autumn it acquires a yellow colour.und when o...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1826. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MCEMBER 2, 1826. | ' ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. TÄe Tvoú Pound Loaf, id. Sterling. AVERAGE PRICE (STEP LING) OF THE FOL LOWING ARTICLES :- *. perbuth. N t. d. Wheat..^4 '6 English Barley .. 'N 4 0 Cape ditto"..»..." S 0 per <cvol. rinen<tur...... 52 t> Household ârtto.. ort 0 Second ditto .... r* 6 Potatoes .'........ 5 0 T«i,|»r chest £10 Tobtcco .4. Dittoby the basket Rice...... Ditto .»....* 90 0 Hny(artificial grass)200 O Ditto (imtnral ditto) 90 0 Straw.». 781» per lb. Be<-f............ <0 5 Muttoa ....,,... 0 ti Parki.........it. 1> « Butter (fresh).... 3 O Ditto («rift. 5 Ti Dodo bythfefirkîn Î 7 Raisins.......... 1 3 SITTINtí'MAGISTRATF FOR THE NEXT WEEK, ) { A. Moonie, Esq. 1 t " >«>eíí*«^je»»»-. per lb. «. d. » I I 1 « 0 10 0 9 Oil 0 95 0 6 0 5 0 4} 0 0 4 6 4 0 per baft. . 52 0 j)er tfflti Wine . 6 0 Ruin ..'.. 13 0 Brandy . 15 0 , i , per karr. Salt Pork. 105 CheesefSydnev).. Ditto (EnçlUh) .. Soap...

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TO CORRESPONDNETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

' TO fcOMIE&POHTffirrs. < , ] We beg to assure «f A F»itfin TO IvratoVRMOT" that our silence-doe/mot arise from any ipant of disposi- tion in us to inform tHe Public of sei eràl spirited and laudable importation* of improved stock into the Colong but -fr*m wqn&ofauthentic information . ' on the subject f'altoans preferring, as we do, to re- main silent rather than disseminate reports whick cannot he relied on. » We thank «« A.,KerpiR 'pp THE SABBATH" ifor kin : hint, of which tee shall take an early opportunity to arauHturse/rei. . ' The Communications of "Mr. D. A. C, ROBERTS" on_ Coal, anti -on the advantages of a Savings Bank, are thankfully teceked, and shall have an^ertrly place. , " VIHDRX" toill érense Ht from undertaking the cait*e - he mention*, whichwe conld not do without deviat ingfram the line of duty which tee hone chalked for ourieh e*, as Public Journalist*, to follow. To "IRIS" ive are nnder'peculiar obligations; many of who*e esteemed con...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

GOV.I-kNMËNT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office, Nov. 93) 1826. I « RQUltvfci), for the Public Smice, ,lhe JLl- o: deriiieniioncd Articles; vi?: 12 Sailmtarra' Palms s 1 Tun Junk 2 Manner»' Compasses 2 Log Glasses * / ' ! 1 Hand Lead.line, (120 fathoms) 1 Two-hour» glass G Deck Scrapers .' 1» F«itit<,nu of 7 loch Rope <" 4 \ < 2 Plough Katies for Bookbinding 12 Camel-hair Pencils f ^ 3 Painter»' Graining Tools >' 4 Seal pelt ' ' , " 2 Bleeding Lancets "' ' 2 Abcess Ditto , , f 2 Seton Needles A Flesh Ditto ' 1 P#ir of Forceps 1 Case Fleams ' 55 Pairs 3-inch Brass Ptrw Hinges , '. 40 Kearns Fir.t Class FouUcap Paper 304)0 Quill« , 100 Black To k Powdfi« 1 Pound* of Wafers, if^ in bo$e*, tu b«-' v included ' ; ' ' v ' - ¡ Teii'leis, sealed and endorsed, " T'eudfr¡s for Stores/' with the Pnce» exprcs*)Cd, |» Words at Length, will he received aKltii* Office unid Noon on Tuesday the "ft.h of Dceu»h»r; Samples I« he teni ou thesanje Driv lo (he Ordnanc...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM NOVEMBER 24TH TO DECEMBER 1ST, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

-. STATE OF THE WEATHER, MOM NOVEMBER 24TH TO ni'CKMBKR I ST, ÏW8. pate. Sat. 1 Sun. Mon. Tues. Wkd. Thurs. Fri. TÂtrmom. liar \from 1 to \fromr 53 57 55 57 81 48 "56 fil 68 76. 71 79 83 63 29.5 29.5 29.7 29.5 29.5 29.5 29.5 to 29A 29.5 29.5 29.5 29.5 2fr.5 29.6 Wind. N. W. W. N. . W. w. N. W. N.W. Stormy i*nir Clear , Clear Showers Showers" Showers ttj» Whatever appear* in this Paper (NOT OFFICIAL) it «I the title control and responsibility of the Editor. i «Mu

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 29,1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

' ; .ÔOVfîRNMENT, NOIÍCE. j I Colonial, focretar y* O fice,Nov. 29/1826. í>rnptí E seriesof Outrages Which have of .al Jatte been perpetrated by the Aborj »Ugfaéñtioi the Colony j and itote^aftran* ?*Barbar«fy m^whichfüiey have indulged ' by the comtmssiouof' Murder, in return , for übe kindness,' innU/nçrottè fñbtances, rshewn to them* by* the''"Settlers' and t\ïèit /Servants, have* occasioned the greatest oPàHI to the LEUTEN ANT tSoVfcRÏÎ OR, . sine -called for* His mostanxi us Consi derationof the Means to be applied for 'preventing the Repetition-of" these trea , cherou* And >sanguinary Acts. ' ' ;. His .EXCELLENCY hasunirormlv beea .anxious to iticulcate a spirit ot FoVbfefc'r ,,an.ce towardsr the Aborigines, in the hope ttji.it confidence and corümllty migi'n st/b? .»ist and jbe coticfucive to ibeirlmt/rove ¿ineottand'the security o> the Colonists, vbjut)iua- with extreme regret Ht» perceives ^,-reàujr *& Contrary to His hope add'ex* . pcciauon» . > ~ 11 Al...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 23, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

1 ; GOVrEÚNMEÑT NohCÍ¿: I ColonialSecretary's Ofice"*lov.£3*A%26. | ?^ EALED TEjS ÜÉR,S, in vyrama, ^ specifying the Sum la Words ai Length, will be, received at this Office until the 7th of December next, for the Hire of the Governmehr Mill in Hobart Town for One Year, from the Ut January, 182^. Particulars may be known 90 Appli- cation to this Office. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, W.H.HAMILTON.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 29, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 29. 1826. THE Periods for which the under mentioned Persons were transported   having expired, Certificates have accord- ingly been granted to them :- Andrew Callendar ........ Maria Thomas Barker ............ Ditto Thomas Walker ..........Ditto Ann Pink, alias Simpson .... Ditto James Halliday ...... Caledonia John Bilton ............ Ditto John Wilson ........... Ditto       Edward Harmer ....... Guildford   Arthur Harwood ...... Dromedary Catherine Maginnis .... Morley By Command of   The Lieutenant Governor,   W. H. HAMILTON            

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THE BLACK NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

* THE BLACK NATIVES. We regret to state that another of the four men who were chased by these misguided people, in the Mac- quarie District, has been found murdered, named   Thomas House, besides the unfortunate man John Monks, as stated in our last. The man who appeared to lead and instigate them to these dreadful crimes was called Jack, although it is believed that he is the same who has called himself Tom on other occasions, these two names appearing to be indiscriminately given to such natives as have acquired some know- ledge of civilized life and a smattering of Euglish. This man was seen to be distinguished by two circles marked or tnttoed upon his loins, and which would   seem among these ignorant people, to be a mark of distinction for him who takes the lead.' They had made other attempts upon defenceless stock-keepers in the same neighbourhood, in particular upon two shepherds in the employment of Captain Wood of Dennistown, who providentially esc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

ROXBURGH HOUSE. GREAT BARGAINS.-Selling off, at Prime Cost, positively^ without Reserve, <to close Accounts-*-The whole Stock-in-Trade, as formerly advertised; also, a choice assortment of Waistcoating a large Vase Lamp, with shade and   brass furniture complete a pair of Globes ; a Spirit Pump a,Horse and two Çarts, Empty Casks, Boxes*&c. ! David K ?? tfr A few ???? Tobacco in Bond, at 1s 3d. per lb. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND November 26 1826 The hoÍders of Dollar Notes, issued from the Bank ol Van -Diemen's Lands are hereby-requested to present the same foe"Payment on or-before the First Day of January, 1827- ¡ By Order of the President, ¡   and Board of Directors, J. GARDINER, Secretary T COMMISSARIAT .KUPFLlkS. ËNDERS^ R EQÜÍ R.ED. To Supply His Majesty's Stores at Hobart Town with FRESH MEAT, deliverable every Tuesday and Friday, during the Quarter commencing 25ih December next;-- J The Stations of New 'Norfolk, Glenar- chy, Bagdad, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

TO SETTLERS, AGRICULTURISTS, &<. rpO be LET^ and in <y he entered upon .*? in May or Jim* nex', a FAIIYL, most delightfully situated on the Banks of the South Efck River, adjoining the Estate oLThomas Reiby, Esq and with n about IO mile« of Launceston. The Duelling house, containing four.neatly finished Rooms, M situated on an em nent'e which commands n most beautiful view over a highly cultivated country, with an extensive Garden, wei- st« ckecj with a choice collection of fruit tr* es, plants, herbs, &c. surrounded by a six-feet fence. The Yaid contains an Out house for Servants, Kitchen, and a good Stable, the wh >le enclosed with a strong close fence. The Land, which is of the most excellent description, consists of 1000 acres of rich soil ; seventy acres a_jeenclosed with a good substantial fence. -Thete Js an excellent strongly-built Barn, Stock yards, Sheepyard«, and three Paddocks with hue natural grass. The whole of the.«e nu'y valua...

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THE BLACK NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

THE BLACK NATIVES. We had written our remarks on the conduct of these people before we had the pleasure to peruse the Notice of the Government in our front page respecting,them. This official expresrion of the sentiments of   Government, on so momentous and apparently intiricate a subject, is highly satisfactory. The power and instructions it conveys to the magistracy, amount, however, in our opinion, to little more than a mere reminding its members of their duty, and the community generally, of the privileges which the glorious   constitution under which we live, as well at self-preservation, the ««arnon law ofjia twe, confer upon «a. We «liould be sorry, under-any preteice/t* overstep the Ijmits of our doty arPublic Jimrnalltf r,hn\ «i^cbtm» pióos of the Public righi«,' as «guardians of that portion of the human nee within the range of our voice, of the black** well of the white, in «Iii* instance, whew;« tribe to the amount of two or three hundred« of oa...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

MISCELLANY, j ORIGINAL AND SELECT. ' CotOHUL JüRiSDiCTlOH.-Various matters of grave consideration await the decision of those on whom peculiarly devolves the duty of determining the points Effecting the ad ministration of Justice in these colonies. We hare already given our opinion of the propriety,of establishing a House of Assembly},which in the pre- sent state of Van Dieinen's Land at least would be wholly preposterous, and we are still of that opinion. Trial by jury admits of more deliberation. .It must, however, be, a matter .of much gratification and of pleasing reflection to every calm observer of passing .vents'at a time when an individual is armed with such Iiowers as His Majesty's Attorney General in this Co- ony now is, that not only on his part, but on that of '? his Honor the Judge,ana of the several gentlemen who have at different times composed the jury, if any bias ?were at any time perceptible it was ever on the side of mercy and mitigation. But there are points, wh...

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ST. ANDREW'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

ST. ANDREW'S CLUB. It is with much pleasure we learn that n Society un-, der this denomination has boen established hen-, lu all other parts of the world wheie Scotsmen weic to he ' found, it was well observed, »boost to a proveí b, that they uniformly associated: together as in' u fuuiilj, and were ready to .promote and assist each other's ¿Merest«, particularly those among them «Jio might be unfortu- nate. With this view a Society bus been formed in this place, where it tvas more «specially called forbin a re-, mote, Colony where Srot^ieu bore so large, apart of the Ípopulation. True it is, the laws of Scotland are most ¿nient, and its' population orderly and religions, more perhaps than in any other part of the world. Atnong the prisoners, therefore, who are transported hither, the natives of Scotland are very few. Such as they are, however, their offences are generally of the worsl description. But of the free emigrants from Scotland ? fhe.number in this Island is large and resp...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 30, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE   Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 30, 1826. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to grant the following indulgences :-                 CONDITIONAL PARDONS..     Charles Dix .. Caledonia     Peter Scott .. Asia (3)   William Smith.. Lady Ridley James Smith, alias Lappin Sir Godfrey Webster     Joseph Glegson             alias Muckle .. Competitor   By Command of His Ëxcellency, W. H. HAMILTON          

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 December 1826

SHIPPÏNG INTELLIGENCE. I 11 There ha* been no arrival or departure during the week. The sloop Recovery has completed her cargo, and . sails for Launceston tomorrow. The bark Le'de sails for Sydney on the same day, ' with the remainder of her cargo of Cape wine. The brig Amity from Sydney, has been signalised   for some time ; but, owing to the boisterous nor-   therly winds, has only now come up to Harbour.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 9 December 1826

BIRTH.-On Sunday last the Lady of   Lewis Giles, Esq. of a son.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 29, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 9 December 1826

/ --«-*-"" "'' '. , GOVERN MENT NOTICiS. ¡ ^olohmlSécréturfo Ojfice,Ñ¿ví%9,,1826. *|TrJE senes ol' Outiagts \yli|ch have of ,-? lajebefju perpetrate^ by »he Abori '¿inçs ' oí tue Cojony, and tihe veanjon iji&hçtHy in, t vlitèjtMrcy httV£# inri ujíc,<íd " by'ilje £t jnun'^sion to£ Murder, io return 1 lor ,|iíe Kindness, in numerous instances, siiew,(i |o, them by the' settlers and then Seirranig, have occasioned the greatest ^HiV tptljej LlL'UTENANT GoVCRNOK, »n<f eaïléd. tyr His most anxious Consi- deration of lue Means to be applied for preventing »be Repetition of these trea-. chelousj and siui«¿uinaiy Acts. ' * His EXCELLENCY has uniformly been anxious to inculcate a spirit of Fofbear !awce towards the Aborigines, m the hope that confidence and cordiality might subv sist and be conducive to their .Improve- ment and t»i' security o/ the Colonists, bin it th with extreme itgret He perceives a,result so cpuliary lo His hope and ex ^ peciatjôn. An impres...

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