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Sman Sound. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827
Swan Sound. This newly-discovered and eligible spot for the formation of another British Settle ment in these seas, is situated right across the Island-Continent of Australia, taking a di rection due West from Sydney, and is in latitude 31 South. The whole coast on the West side, of New Holland, from North to South, has vulgarly been considered a bleak, inhospitable, unhealthy, marshy or mountai- nous, or inaccessible country. (From the Australian, April l8.) &nbsp; The Success has returned from Swan Port. The accounts which she brings of the, coun- try, in its vicinity, and to the utmost distance that had been surveyed, are highly flattering and encouraging. The Success arrived off Rotness Island on the 6th ult. Instead of finding this Island the terrestial paiadise re- presented by the Dutch, it is now pronounced as barren and inhospitable. It lies to the westward off the entrance of Swan Sound, and with the horse shoe reefs, which running out a considerable way to sea, ne...
Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 June 1827
Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1827. .' "With reference to our article of last week on the subject of amending the condition of . prisoners, by improving their morals, andl . pqinting out classification and distinction, as ' - greatly tending thereto, we this week again - devote a portion of our columns to the poor -prisoner. Dining the week we1 have received two Communications-the one signed " Ne mo," the other, " Incognito^ The former speaks of the heavy pressure which men on the'rpads¡feel,' by not being allowed the in- dulgence of assignment, however good their character, while others in the Prisoners' Bar ^xaj&s, 3 ho have perhaps been convicted of minor offences, are sent to (he Settlers in preference. He further describes, the dis- cipline of the Road ' Parties, and relates a circumstance, which if true, we are con- vinced only wants to be laid before the Go« vernmeut, for redress to be obtained. In our Correspondent's words-** A poor man re 1 ceived som...
Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
Neto*. £Wl> Sailed on Wednesday last the ship John Bull, Captain Row, with the remaining part of her cargo of tea, for the house of Jones and Walker, at Sydney.-Passengers^ John Inglis, Esq. of the Honorable East India Com- pany's service, und T. Clarkson, Esq. Arrived at Launceston on Sunday, the schooner Hetty, Captain Hamby, from the Derwent. Lading, wines, &c. \ Arrived at George-town on Monday, and at Launceston on Friday, the ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain Cooring, from Sydney, -with 100 tons of lime, 75 tons of sugar, and sundry other dry goods. The Lucy ¿nne, Captain Dacre, will sail on Sunday week, for Sydney. Just as our Paper was going to Press, we received a second overland dispatch from Laun- ceston, with afile of *' The Australians." They contain many very important and interesting articles^ relative to the new four-penny stamp tax ; but we are sorry that the short time we have, precludes the possibility of giving either their sum or substance this week. In ...
Calonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1827. By overland dispatches from Port Dalrym- ple on Monday last, we have intelligence of the arrival of the ship Admiral Cockburn at that place, from Port Jackson, together with Sydney Papers to the 18th ultimo. By them we learn with feejings of mingled regret and indignation, that another decided and deadly blow has been levelled by the Government of the elder Colony at the Liberty of the Press. To be brief, an Act of Council has been passed by the Governor there, with the advice of the Legislative Council, lev} inga St \mp Duty of'Four-pence sterling on every sheet or other piece of paper used for printing a newspaper, under the pretence of raising a fund "for defraying the charge of printing the Public Acts, &lt;5t." Our thoughts-our re- flections-our ideas-our indignant feelings rush with such an impetuous torrent on our btain, that we are almost at a loss where to begin, or what to say first. Viewing with no more thanJust al...
multum in parbo. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
fUultum in ïJavUû. Mr. Thomas Campbell has been elected Lord Rector of the Glasgow University. The numbers were for Mr. Campbell 283, Air. Canning 79, Sir Thomas Brisbane 1Ü6.-Sir G. Lowry Cole, late Governor of the Isle of France, is appointed from the 34th Foot, to be Colonel of the 27th, vice the Marquis of _ Hastings, deceased.-Sir Thomas Brisbane .succeeds to the Colonelcy of the 34th Foot, vice Sir Lowry Cole.-General Cavendish is appointed Lieutenant Governor of Malta, which is the title that the officer administer- ing the Government of that Island and its Dependencies now holds.-Francis Rawdon 'Hastings, Marquis of Hasting in England, Earl of Moira in Ireland, and many other ti- tles, was born in 1754. He served in Ame- rica, where he obtained the rank of Brigadier, and on his return lo England was created a Peer. About this time he was second to the Duke of York iii a duel with Colonel Len no*, afterwards Duke of'Richmond. Lord Moira subsequently served on the Continent, a...
Supreme Court. June 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
Üupveme «Couvt, June 4, 1827. James Bishop and Henry West, Crown ser- vants, were this day tried for stealing in the dwelling houseof L. Murray, two jackets, &c. the property of Patrick M'Aluhon. Bishop, Not Guilty-West, Guilly. George Hodgetts and James Rowland, char- ged with stealing in the divelling-house of Mrs. Ann Uridger, of New Norfolk, blankets and ceitain wearing apparel, the property of Thomas Snell and Daniel bears, were dis- charged by Proclamation. George Gardiner, fiee, and Hugh Green, Crown servant, charged with stealing in the dwelling-house of James Cheetham, one blue cloth jacket and one pair of blue cloth trow sers.-Not Quilty. Counsel for the prisoners, T. W. Rowlands, Esq. John Carberry, free, charged with stealing a coil of hempen rope, value 35s. the pro- perty of Mr. Henry Hopkins.-Guilty. > Wednesday', June 6, 1827., Richard Hammond, free, charged with stealing two saddles, the ptoperty of George Mills.-Guilty. Patrick Murphy, Crown servant, cha...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
Collins has received per Lucy Anne, .J . and has on SALE, at his Store in Liver poot-street, the following choice Collection of Goods :-A few" handsome Leghorn bon- nets, trimmed and untrimmed ; gros de Na- ples and velvet ditto, a few superb silk opera cloaks, an elegant assortment of ladies'silk dresses, lutestring and gros de Naples ditto, Mull and book muslins, chintze and battiste ditto, a large assortment of young ladies' frocks and spencers, ladies' boots and shoes of all kinds ; a handsome assortment of sar- cenets, gros de Naples, lutestiing, &c. of the choicest colours ; silk and cotton stay laces ; raven grey, black, white, and colouredsew ing silks ; ladies' black silk hose, gentle m un i.' frklmiroil ivm'elcrl Ait In Sir w:illp ladies' hair pins, hair brushes, dressing combs, ivory ditto, comb and nail brushes, black cotton cord, pattens, blacking, &c. with a variety of other goods, too numerous to mention. » /~|NTSALE, at the Stores of Messrs. M'Lean ^-...
Letters to the Editor, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
Letters to the Editor. Sir,-I do not know whether the fault lies with your Correspondent, or your Composi- tor ; but in your Paper of last week, I was much surprised to see a most glaring error.-? It is contained in the Letter, signed " A Launceston Dealer," wherein he states, that English-made slops pay an ad valorem duty, and not only so, but that they pay it here aftet- paying it at Sydney, and should the ar- ticles be again shipped to Launceston, that it is again (i. e.) a third time paid there, or words to that effect. Sow, Mr. Editor, this is as faldea statement of the case as could be written, which you would have seen had yoçi referred to. the " Tasmanian Pocket Alma- nack."-The ad valorem duty of 5 percent, is only exacted on foreign goods, and all of English manufacture come into the Colony duty free. Therefore, slops do not ply any duty, either at Sydney, at Hobart Town, or Launceston-the only charge being the -freight.-1 am, Sir, vours. &c. A HOBART TOWN DEALER L...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 8 June 1827
' Colonial Secretary s Qßcc, May 24, 1827. ALEXANDER Cumbekblacii, to be Dis- trict Constable for Launceston, tuce Bon nelly, íesigned. - á lOisSrABLE (IroRGE Porter,tobePound' \J keeper, Dtsttictof Glenarchy. REQUIRED, for the Public Service, at the Ordnance Store, the under-mentioned Altóles:-Foolscap Paper, 1st class, 50 Karns; cuito common, SOditto; Demy ditto, 10 ditto , Tost ditto, ÖQ ditto ; Blue ditto, 3 ditto: Blotting ditto, 5 djLto ; Ledger difto, 1 ditto; Wafers, 24 j*oxes: Settling Wax,, icd, 10 lbs. ; ditto black, 5 lbs. ; Sai Am- moniac, ¿ Ib.; Table Planes,2; PocketSpy Glasses, 2 ; Tallow, 50 lbs.; Shipwrights' Axes, 4; Bolt Copper, ö-8tlis, 6-8ths, and 7-Sth inch, 7 cwt. ; Slates, 12; Coopeis' Jointers, 2 ; large Bibles, 2 ; ditto Prayei Books, 2 ; Scrubbing Brushes, 2 dozen ; Sledge Hammers, 6 ; Oakum, 2 cwt. ; lied Tape, 1 gross pieces ; Slate Peni its, 100. (¡^r Tenders, sealed and endorsed " Ten ders for Stores," with the Piices stated in Words at Length, will b...
Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
Ship News. &nbsp; Arrived bu Sünduy last, the schooner Emma Kemp, (belonging to Messrs. Kemp and Cun- ningham, the Sail-maker and Ship-builder at Sydney), Mr. M'Mickau, master, from Port Jackson, which she lett the 31st ult. laden with sugar, cedar, oranges, &c- It is her «first voyage ; »he was built in the sister Co , lony by Mr.Cunningham; is45tons burthen, and appears to be well adapted as a trader between the Colonies.-Agent, Mr. Orr, to v horn raoBt of the cargo is consigned. On Tuesday week the Government brig Prince Leopold arrived at Launceston, and is ta kui g in ballast, in order to return to the Derwent. The Currency Lass, from Sydney, was re- ported to be in the river Tamar, when the post left Launceston on Tuesday morning. The Lucy Anne, Captain Dacre, will sail to-morrow, for Sydney.
To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
Co ¿uü&riiier** We beg to remind thoie -of our friends, who have not discharged their lust year's bills, thai the times are.hard, and money very scarce with us ; and, should feel obliged by as -early remit- tances as convenient. We cannot afford to al ¿tow bills to run long ; and we have been induced to bring our prices to tfèeir present standard with a wish ta -keep no 'books.-We Jiave no ob- jection to take Colonial produce in part pay- ment.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
Co tfoïmiwitircnt** " An Observer." has been received. With hit a"numcnts we coincide entirely. fVe have I ear d them iteratedfrom all quarters of the sod ,4y to which he belongs; and u>$ have no doubt, that all his assertions are the truth.-Such abuses of the sacred profession, particularly in the Calvinislic Church, should be exposed; i nd we concur most heartily in " An -Obser a erV wis/ies ; but we have long since made up i ur mind, not to meddle with Religious contro terty, when me could possibly avoid it. }fe would therefot e recommend a private comynV' niration tit the Minister, who would surely \ahe steps to prevent a recurrence of the cir iwmstanoes complained of by our friend.
To Adverlisers.. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
Co £ttftm¿*it$. For ?some -time we have been aware that the Inhabitants of Launceston and Us Vicinity have laboured under much inconvenience in ad- vertising iti our Journal, (the extensive circula- tion of which in the interior, far exceeding that .of either of the other Papers, renders il a most ?desirable vehicle for country advertisements'), in consequence -of the distance afour office. 'We have therefore made arrayements with the Pro- prietor of the Cornwall Hotel, Launceston, for advertisements to-be received by him on behalf of the Colonial Tames in future. .Our adver- tising flie lids will .therefore be pleased to send their orders to Mr. Fawkner, as above, and others will have 4hs goodness to pay him for those advertisements which they wish inserted in the Colonial Times. , ~ . Silting Magistrate-J. Scott, Esq.
[FROM A LAUSCESTON CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
[vrÓm a lvusceston correspondent.] * The Court of Requests opened here on Thurs- day, with 289 causes-last Term 287. A curious decision was given on the first day. A Lawyer sent a quantity of smutty-wheat to a windmill to be ground; and, after leaving it with the Miller for several months, summoned him for the price of the wheat and the bag*, and that at the price of good wheat, although he had saddled the Miller with the storeage fur several months. *' He never sent to take it away jiblie preferred suing for cash," In- stead of sending -/or his flour, as the wheat had fallen in price. He obtained a verdict for the fqll, price of his. wheat; and also for a note of hand, which had not been presented, but was lost, whilst the Miller, although he f»roved his set-off, by witnesses, was only al- > owed one-third of hi* bill ; and the Law Îer, who did not bring one witness to prove is demand, got the whole amount sued for. The second day Mr. MuLGiuxt«.at alone, and gave very general, s...
Tasmanian Extracts. From the Gazelte. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
dssmamau íZxtv&ttü. From the Gazette. Thetendersof wheat accepted by the Com- missariat last week are, we understand, from 5s. to 5s. Gd. sterling a bushel. We look upon this, at a time when we conceive the supply itself is not immediately wanted, as a timely and fostering measure, calculated to assist the industrious and struggling set- tlers. Seventeen thousand bushels, or ubout £4500, besides the" tenders for the out-sta- tions, to be accepted on Tuesday, must con- siderably encourage the efforts of the farmer. General Darling has enacted that the Bank of Australia may sue and be sued iu the name of the Managing Director. s A deputation from the Mechanics' Institu- tion, waited yesterday on the Lieutenant Governor. The Gentlemen present availed themselves of the opportunity to explain the views and objects of the Society generally, of which His Excellency was pleased to ap- prove, and promised so laudable an Institu- tion every support and patronage iu his power. Some dif...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
I71IGH TY DOLLARS REWARD.-Stolen or li Strayed, on or about the 31st May last, a BAY MAKE, roarked^gkfr a Star on her forehead; brown legîff|||î'É)ear fore foot white up to the fet'oc^l|^^bort brown tail: and mane. I Purcna^w^^^^^e Mare from ; Mr« James Morgan, of^t&m^no Point, about the latter end of March làst^who stated that she had recently been t»e\mroperty of Mr. I Martiu, of the Spread E*fl#, Hobart Town, and that he, Mr. Morgan^hadjÄiely pur- chased the Mare from Mr.*' Talbot^at Break of-day Plains, for Cash.-Whoever will give such information as will lead to the Convic- tion of the Offenders, and recovery of the ¡ said Mare', if Stolen, shall receive the above Reward ; but, if only Strayed, a Reward ot TWENTY DOLLARS, will be given to any Person giving such information where she may be found. . Walter'Redpath. Sorell, June 13, 1827._ r I DWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.-Strayed JL from ,the Black Marsh on the 25th of | April last, 76 Ewes, in lamb, marked as fol- lows:-All fi...
multum in parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
iBuItum tit tf*rbo. Elliston, the actor and lessee of Drury-lane Theatre, is a bankrupt.-The New Zealand Cornpany, though nearly composed of men of capital, has failed, after expending upwards of £20,000. Both the British and Dutch Go- vernments were interested in this Company, which was not} like the generality of Joint Stock Companies.-^The English Government have experienced much difficulty in procuring ships to briug out prisoners from England to these Colonies.-The Medway, Capt. Wight, comes out with merchandize shortly.-It may not be generally known that greasy wool at- tracts and destroys that destructive creature the u the weevil."-The consumption of milk alone in London has been estimated to be worth £1,200,000 annually!'.'.-When but- ter turns rancid, it may be restored by melt- ing and scumming it, and theil dipping in a crusV of bi ead well toasted ou both sides-the fetid odour is imbibed by the bread.-Aus- tralian Company's shares were selling in De- cember at £7 each.-...
To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
To tke Editor of ike Colonial Times. Si quid novisti rectíus istis, ' Cwiididus imperti, si non Jus, utore mccum.] Su*h, Mr. Editor,' waa the feeling with which I sent you the statement of the races at Ross Bridge, leaving it entirely to your judgment to print it, or if any other Gentle- man had furnished an"account, to exclude my papei, and take that you thought best. 1 admit my account was hurried, as I was de tained in the country longer than I expected by accidents ; but, as I personally informed you on my arrival in town, I h.id submitted it to a Gentleman for perusal, whose sporting knowledge is indisputable, and he gave his testimony to its being correct. Having sent it to your office, I thought but little more aliout it. until in your paper of the 18th May, I saw a letter, signed "Correcteur," which I presume that person calls a critique upon the subject. The general correctness as to'the Tunning, he does not dispute. This, in the estimation of all people. I should suppose t...
Australian Extracts. From the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
®mtvalian ISxttiictô. From the Australian. The Alfred, belonging to the house of Jones and Walker, on her late whaling trip, was provided with lines made from New Zealand flax, and others of European manufacture. The superior tenacity of the former was very clearly and satisfactorily proved j all the Eu- ropean lines having snapped asunder ; whilst those spun from the phot mium tenax, or New Zealand flax, stood the. heaviest strain with- out breaking or giving way in a single strand. Towards the latter part of the voyage, the latter became the sole dependence-they « ithstood the entire voyage, and have been biought backneaily unimpaired. this is a gratifying fact, and the certainty of it, it's to be hoped, will afford a stimulus to the culti- vation of that valuable plant, the phormiuin tena*. We need scarcely acquaint our Rea- ders, that whale-lines, to be useful and trust- worthy, require to be manufactuied with the gteatest possible caie, and of the best mate- rial.' Lord Amherst...
Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, JUNE 15,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 June 1827
Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1827. We have put our Paper in mourning again this week, in consequence of the official &nbsp; intelligence respecting the lamented death of His Royal Highness the Duke of York having just been received in the Colony, via New South Wales. It is now upwards of twenty-three years since the Colony of Van Diemen's Land was first settled by the English. During that period the population has increased to nearly 16,000. Out of this number, we may say that there is a considerable portion already arrived to the years of maturity, and a great number more fast growing up. An emigrant, however large his possessions, however great an interest he may take in the Colony, can never have that affection for it, that he has for his native land. There is something in the term native land, peculiarly gratifying to every man. The soil of one's nativity &nbsp; surpasses in the imagination every other &nbsp; country on the face of ...