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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
SALES BY AUCTION BY MR.. JOHN EDWARD COX On the Premises, Roxborough House, &nbsp; &nbsp; Elizabeth street, THIS DAY, the 23rd instance, at 11 o'Clock, THE Entire and Valuable STOCK, IN TRADE of Mr. DAVID KER, retiring from Business, consisting ..of-? Rich tutend plain quart and pint decahf ter?Í turhbleis, . wine glasses, salts, water jug?, mustard and vinegar bottles, a large vase lanip, falling axes, adzes, hoes, coffee and pepper mills, ;frying-pan*, corn sacks ; - closet/chest, drawer,*desk, till, cupboard, ; door, and stock locks¡-jaugers, iron pots, horse shoes, cart mounting, nails ahej / spikes "of all .sizes, assorted files,; britan- nia metal and iron spoons, iron can.dle : sticks,-steel wheat mills; stable lanthorns; japanned and britannia metal ?'.tea-pots', and¡ cream ewers,' curry-cômbà and horse brushes,-navale cutlasses,, b?ass wire ,oí sizes, cart ^harness, fowling pieces, pistols, po>de¿;s^.ab|jc,forks, gridirons»^p'jf!«axw: . spade&vano...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVED, Dec. 16 - The schooner Nelson, 21 tons, Peter Stew- art, from the Van Diemen's Land Company's establish- ment at Circular Head, Bass's-Strait, in ballast. Dec. 18-The ship Australia 373 tons, William Wil- son, from London 5th June, Hambugh 1st July, Portsmouth, 27th July, with a quantity of iron and iron- mongery, agricultuial implements, a steam engine, &nbsp; blacksmith's forge, a saw mill, &c. shipped at London, 221 sheep, shipped at Hamburgh, and 2 horses at Portsmouth, for the Australian Agricultural Company. Passengers - Mr. Scott, Mr. Henderson, and 24 steerage passengers, chiefly mechanics SAILED, Dec. 22.-Thf cutter Fanny, W. Simpson, for Syd- &nbsp; ney, with 1000 feet Stringy bark boards, 7 tons of pota- toes ,and, other goods for T. Carlisle. Passengers - Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Jackson. &nbsp; &nbsp; The signal is up fora vessel, but too distant to be known from whence, when our Paper we...
THE PRICE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
THE PRICE OF WHEAT, ' The remarks we hn/ardcd on this iinpoi taut subject last week, have, we find, attracted im small share of public attention. Circumstances will compel nume- rous farmers, immediately after hat vest, to. hasten the thrashing of their corn, in order to biing it to market, and although (lie-liberal spirit,.and ¡mined benevolent \ patience of our merchants genera!I v, must be fully ac- knowledged, yet there'are those wdo will prr*s their claims «po» "the struggling settPor, that he'may the luoie speedily occasion a glut and a low prier ia the maiket,' in order to make large and caiy purchases. The LUI» of »he Llamt will »hen centre in'lhe hunda of a f"w, «horn the common e.\peiif nee of human nature tell «s, «ill not readily Bell for 5 or 0 shillings when they cm git 12 or 20. The means nf warding off this approaching evil, we know at this Moment, occupies thc'serioiu consideration of many of t'ie best friends of thcColouy. In dovising a pian, gi eat care must be ta...
PROPOSED BRIDGE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
. PROPOSED BRIDGE. * . ' ' Td the Editor. Srn,-I beg leave to offer a few suggestions on the i erection of a bridge across the Derwent, for the purpose of coininiinicaliou with Hobart Town. .The breadth of the river at the point proposed&lt; at present-the great force of the cm rent in the winter-the difficulty of ob- taining workmen in this Colony, acquainted with the formation of such a structure, * and many other points unnecessary to detail, seem to lender a uioie simple plan desirable. I believe I shall be found correct in stating, that at a small distance to the northward of Mount Direction, on the eastern bank of the Derwent, a shoal of rocks projects into the river, over which the water rarely i isCs to the height of live feet, and that The . lemaiiiing bieadth of the stream (A dista nxe if not much more than -one hundred yard?) is from thirty-six to forty feet deep, the opposite bide being foimcd.b'y a steep and elevated bank. It would- seem tlieicfoie, that a suspe...
CRIMINAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
I * CRIMINA! COURT. I " J : _ WfiDNESDAY, DBCEMBBB 20, 1Í2G. ? John Dodds vrai charged with committing a buin-lary at Lemon Springs, in the hut of the overseer of the road party there, on the night of the 1st of August lost. The only evidence against the prisoner w as, that some" of the articles stolen Imd been found in his possession three weeks after the robbery. "Verdict-Not Guilty, John Onely and William Pearsehouse were tried for stealing a silver watch the property of Samuel Cox, in the dwelling house of J. & J. Solomon. The priso ners were servants to Dr. Seccombe who occupied chambers in the house. Verdict—John Onely Guilty of stealing a watch to the value of thirty-nine shillings. &nbsp; W. Pearsehouse Not Guilty. &nbsp; &nbsp; N THbSS-DAY, DECEMBER 21. r I The court met this morning, dnd we regret to say, that his Honor the Chief Justice was obliged to adjoura it, after waiting a considerable time, there not being & sufficient number...
POLICE OFFICE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 December 1826
POLICE OFFICE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1S26. Thomas McDermott, a constable at New Norfolk, was dismissed from his office, and fined 40s, for not delivering Christian Patterson into the Female Factory, agreeably to the instructions of the Magistrate. He &nbsp; had to conduct three female prisoners from New Nor- folk to Hobart Town; and, after delivering two into &nbsp; the custody of Mr. Drabble, he surreptitiously detained the third under very reprehensible circumstances. William Athorn, of the Red Lion, appeared to an- &nbsp; &nbsp; swer the complaint of the Chief Constable, for har- bouring prisoners in his house after eight o'clock at night. The complaint was dismissed, it appearing &nbsp; that Mr. Athorn had received a reprimand and been admonished by Mr. Gellibrand, J. P. for the same &nbsp; offence. &nbsp; John Lepine of the Rose Inn, New Town, was charged with having, in his licensed house, on a &nbsp; Sunday, diver...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
1 TO $Efl*LT,ri$, ttttRtGÜLTtJftíStS I ri0 be LET, Mel Mi y be entered | ' in May «Viuni*' ffexv^a rFA''| most ^elii'htfully'situated t>n tbe fi ( i of'the" South K«¿ «fii yet,' adjoint ni \\ Estate ó» Thotoas rt^tWV, Ksq and w / ,a**out IO-miles ol' Launceston. '^ Dwelling-house, containing four n ' fin tailed Rooina, i-» stiua&lt;*d tm ^ etii.n nee which l cominan 's a **\&lt; beautiful view ovei a highly ctîlmj c >tnttry, willi an extensive Garden, ,| stocked with a choice collection futí tne«, pa it», herbs, &c surroui \ by a s»x*te&lt; t lettie. The Y-uduon " an Out h&lt;>u«e tor Servan s, Kitchen»' 4 a i?ood Sla^ le, the \\h de enclosed w( ' strong close f tire. ' I he Land, WIIKI}' &lt;d the most excellent descr plum, cotjjjj of 1000 aovs "f rich soil ^seventy Ú areem 1 >sed with a good substantial tV -There is imexct)i&lt;n* strongl«,-, Barn^Stock yatds, 4i?ep yartla and i, uadducks'witt» hue natural grass-....
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. RETROSPECT OF THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
t :.¿>Jl¿GINAL AN DESELECT. . ? j t .RETROSPECT OF Tíllí PAST» YBJ^E. , | It n usual mitti most men at tins season to .turn ^ound son the imaginary tuvotof time on which they ore plueed at the commencement of the year, and to lake a cursory view of the annlint coni.sc tlipy have | just comjuletrd. In conformity with no wUnlesouie n | piactice ne, in our capacity of public Journalists, avail «nrsrlvps fif the opportunity to cast a retrospectivo ¿fiance «in *Ue Jine vve Iwve just traced on the indelible recoils of the past, and briefly to cnmmcmoiate the £ ingress of events us tliey present themselves to the . olouist of Van Piemen's* Lund. The wheel of time Jins hut If (I us another step in advance to eternity. Du- ring its last revolution, severa! from mnnngst na have xenched the final coal and diopped into its mighty' trnlpli. These di ead admonitions of moitalitv cannot ... .. ;»i_....«-_;_JJ'.-A... .S .1 . t.......' nn. have been without their efl'ect upon the living. The file...
GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 19, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
I j GOVERNMENT ORDER. » I Colonial Secretary's Office. De;. 19. 1826, W H'. HAMICTON, Eseraire, having . final I v relinquished the Charge ó}' the Office of Colonial Secretary, af»er waving furnished fris Successor with the nvcessary ínFormation upon all Subjects .annexed with the Department, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, is desirous to expiessihe high SausFacjiort with which he has viewed the able and zealous dis- charge oí Hie various an3 important Outieg bf the Office «whilst it has been directed bv Mr. Hamilton. ByCftniraaiid of His Excellency, *_" _J> BURNBTT.
HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1826. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
HOBART TOWN, i SATURDAY* DECEMBER 30, 1826. "j ASSIZE PRIOR OF BREAD. TRe Tico Pound Loafy Ad. Sterling. AVERAGE TRICE (StERltNG} OF THE FOL « LOWING ARTICLES :~ per luth. Wlirnt. 4 « CheeseflSvdney).. Fnpliitn Barley.. 4 0 ' Ditto (English) .. Cupe ditto. 3 0 J Sónp (Colonial} per mt A "Do. do. by tbe box Fine Flour ...... 20 O TTJitto (Eneflifdi) .. Household ditto.. TT -41 '"Do.^r the1)ox Second ditto .... 16 0 Potatoes. 5 0 per ton. Ditto . soo Hny(nrtifieia1(rr«ifi)200 0 Ditto (natural ditto) 90 0 Straw. 7ft 0 perth. Beef. - " per lb: t. * 1 6 1 ft 0 10* 0 9* 1 0 0 104 0 6 5* 6 0 0 6 Mutton BorL.,. Butter (fresh).... 8 Ditto («dO. 2 Do do.'hythe firkin 1 Raisins.......... 1 Snpur Ditto bvtbebnjr.. ° Ditto ditto (fine}.. O Ten, per chest £12 0 Tobacco . 5 Dittobythehasket 4 per ba/f% Rice. W «J Wine . 6 0 Rum. 13 0 1 Brandy . V» 0 per harr. SaltPork. 120 SITTING MAGISTRATE FOR THE NEXT WEEK, Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, A. M.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
. 'i ? . ? -----' 'f.nl&nàï iPel-retaYus blUdé. Úec. 21, Íá2T).| fj^Hti ^'VÜTL'NAÄ G o VU« NO if has ** Ûeea pieatèd ib ájipt'dVeVrf ihe Foi. - jfSSfjjíúí^hetk¿iqú% i» $¡e JJ6\*!è De^irt 'ment f- " * t * Mr. jolín Fletcher to "be District* Con- stable for the South-east Division of Hobart \oi\TC¡rice Wise, resigned. JameVß'act; (free) per A'tchrfuke Chaffes, Jnhn UyrfHi, p*r Laikin*, and WiPmm . Potmdsj per Com peu toi, to be Con » *tt*bles of Hobart Town, vice iVJussel vtWnt reined, and Poiier, jun. and ' "Waters-, dismissed. Mt. Alfred Ihiupp to be Chief Con stable, District of Ulva (Including tin .TeaTree, 1iru&h)%vicé.Lackey, resigned. Patrick Kelly, (tiee) Chapman (])',, to be , ,.Copstal?!e, District of Ulva, vice Page, . ditmtisstd. - By Bi's Excellency's Command, _ J, RURNRTT
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's office, Dec 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
; GOVERNMENT JSOTiUET^ Colonial Secretary's Otftce, Dec 28, 1826. 'jpHË incieat-ing Demand for assigned T Servants i endering it-necessary tha« thcjlndui^ence be appf»it:oned, as faros practicable/'ó the real Want? of Settlers, ¿fl Pet sons icijüiVinp such Assistance will Le pleased tostnd in their App'ications lo the Principal Suppfmrendrtit of Con* VKMS, agreeably to the anuextd Form. r Those who have inààe Applications. nhich have not yet b&lt;jen complied with, are "requested to renew them, confuí tu ub(y io the present Regulation. . « y,r> - . "'f have to request lhaL . - Convict Servant, may be assigned to*my f-Wiice^of the following: Description ; V72 : &lt;é 1 Tesideat and hold Acres of Land, since oí which Acres nr» ui Cultivation. 1 possess h&lt; ad of Callie, and ' Sheep, and hove now in my Employaient Fiée and Convict Servant«. " i hav« returned to Government within the last Six Months Con- vict Servant9, and absconded from ni)* Service during ...
CRIMINAL COURT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
CRIMINAL COURT, &nbsp; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1826. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas Wilson was charged with stealing a pig on the 22d of November last, the pro- perty of Mr, Mortimer the butcher in Liver- pool-street. It appeared by the evidence of Mr. Mortimer that he was in the country at the time the pig was taken, and that he had promised it to the prisoner before he went; hut had no idea that he would have taken it while he was absent. The prisoner stated that Mr. Mortimer had promised to give the pig to him. He was in consequence &nbsp; Acquitted. &nbsp; James Macniel Joseph Dickinson and Ro- &nbsp; &nbsp; bert Veitch were put on their trial tor break- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing and entering the house of Mrs. Morris, at Brown's river, and stealing sundry articles her property. According to the evidence of Mrs. Morris the property laid in the infor- mation belonged to her late husband, and could not belong to he...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 28, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretatry's Office, Dec. 28, I826 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; been pleased to grant the following &nbsp; Indulgences :- FREE PARDONS. &nbsp; &nbsp; To William Holland .. Woodman George Bowd .. Asia (3) George Whittington . Morley (4) Joseph Price .... Ditto Matthew Hall ...... Albion. &nbsp; TICKET OF LEAVE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; To Henry Trovell .. Lady East By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No arrival since our last. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No arrival since our last. &nbsp; SAILED &nbsp; &nbsp; Dec. 29 - The ship Australia 373 tons' William Wilson, with the original cargo and passengers for Sydney, having shipped at this port 151 bushels of oats, 5 tons of hay, and 100 bushels of bran. Mr. R. A. Morton, formerly second officer of the Woodford, goes first officer of the Austra- lia. We are sorry to say that Captain Wilson continues in a very indifferent state of health. &nbsp; &nbsp; Dec. 30. - The Van Diemen's Land com- pany's schooner Nelson 20 tons, Peter &nbsp; Stewart, for Circular Head, with various stores and provisions for the establishment there. The Sydney Packet sails for Macquarie Island to-morrow. &nbsp; &nbsp;
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 December 1826
, GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Cqlonial Secretary's Oßce, Dec. 21, J8'S}6,1 -?;i¿jNjkijiLt> win be leqei/ed at this "* pflice until fyqoa of.iho ] lth>Ja- nuary next, for the Erection oF a Par« nonage .House aL N,ew norfolk. The Plans und Specifications^ may 4fe seen at the Olfiee of the Colontal- Architect, and *ecuniy>&lt;vffl be required rVtf-tlié-kJue Per- formance of the t^pnrtfèct. v By ComWana öf&lt;r * Tbc EieHrten&nVGóVernor,' " "~ J. BlTKNTîTt'.