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To our Launceston Subscribers [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 April 1830
To our Launceston Subscribers We beg to intimate to our Subscribers and Contributors on the other side of the Island, that we have appointed Mr. GEORGE BURGESS, of Brisbane-street, Launceston, our Agent for this Paper, by whom their Communications, will at all times be attended to. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 April 1830
' For England Direct» , ; jOU THE CHATHAM having nearly XLMM, finished taking in her Oilt and Bark, Persons who lure engaged lo ship Wool by hcr¡ are requested to dehrer the same without delay, at the Stores of the Undersigned, as ,te will positively sail the first Week 'in Apnl ' > fhe Chatham has Superior Accommodation for a few Cabin FMseDgers » ! > (WILLIAM MAWLE, Agent. ?Wharf, March l8, 1830. o* > For Sydney. THE fine fast-sailing Brig BEE, 150. tons register, Captain LAMM-RT, will pro- ved to the above Port with the least possible delay. She has excellent accommodation for Passengers, for which, or foi Früglit. apply to the Captain on board , or, to DAWES & HEWITT, Agents. March l8, 1830. Mechanics' Institution., DR. TURNBULL will deliver his Fourth Lecture on Agriculture and Chemistry, at the Court house, on Monday the 26th of April next, at 7 o'CIock in the Evening. J. WOOD, Secretary Surgeon and Accoucher. MR. HENRY THOMAS, M. R. C. S.L. takes this opportu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
TASMANIA :-Printed and Published by HENRY MBbVJliE. tlie Proprietor, at the,times Office, Klu*belli-sireet, Hobart Town, Yun piemen's Land, to whom #11 ComajiuucauoW are requested, to be addressed.' _ J " , ",.,¡7?, " in ISRSIS. advance eaia be addressed. «1 t> (' i J u hi s.i-£2 Us. per annuni^or 10s. per. quarter if P»"il'? aacance.-Subscribers, in the Country, Laiuieetton, ¿nu s>u' ney, to make their remittances! by Post, or by some Age«"'" Hobart Town-AU ordeis w .n;i»j.o«uau» *Wu«t*fPljf ^° the end of tin» nn»Li-i4>r. S g - end of the quuner.
Supreme Court. APRIL 3, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
Supreme Court. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; APRIL 3, 1830. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Charles Brady, for killing a cow, with intent of stealing &nbsp; the carcass, guilty. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; William Anderson, assaulting with intent to kill Michael Clancy, guilty. &nbsp; Michael Wade, for stealing in the dwelling-house of T. Hooper, a gold watch, guilty. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John M'Kenna, for shooting a pig, the property of Hugh Gordon, guilty. -Sentence, 14 days imprisonment, &nbsp; Jeremiah Crawley, for stealing a hat, guilty. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Original Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
T i* ? , i ' i i Original Communication, c > Ml. TI ' *' -r ' .'! «iü,,! )V¡ ''- " '" * *" " ! ' ' »m. LDiTon,-(In tfe,!T(uj«f(nûfa of last week js a letter," »fparently onp of a 1series,1sign"edJ,4'Me)rcatoi;," theiwriten T»Kcs i^se of forcible arguments, althoqgh ^am sadly,fearful «« will not he, jrtile to convince his readers. It.is no usoiknock-i "genis head againít a stone, or kicking ones foot against the. Pncks; we must pay taxes, and ^e »cannot prevent it ; we have T voice, therefore its of no use atteraptinz to cry out. Were doT í.*«"H«inoiíHtf-BSM ïrCoAf^lAWTnot « ' t-r8t>' ' won,d °PPose eWfJ individual'; and secondly, verJtbwg that any of. tbemniight bring fotward. The dis- used people would tbe» see,'whether we,'were to %é taxed, wcqrdmg t0 the fancy of these gentlemen. .Yes, Mr. Meroator, í ?mk¡fi« y6u.do,','this is a/miserable, place; what a,horrid. ?oie must Hobart To&lt;¡m be, when people leave-happy and.in «Pendent! old&lt; Kngland' to' sattle...
Kings of England. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
\£ I'.1'' *.. 'Kings onEngïana. ''; ' '? ' Jl The following ib the genealogy oí the Kings OF England fiom bia present Majesty to William the Con 'queioij -George ihe Fouith was the son of George the rlurd, who. was the gi ¡unison ot Geoige the Second, who was , t|ie"son of Geuige the i if st, who, w is the cousin of Anne, IÛUI irBS fMT!',,i5l«r Í" ,uw ot "William the i bird, who was the son f in law of James the Second, who was, the brother ot Charles! tie Second, whp was ihe son ol Oiiailea the First who was the son ol James ¡the Fust, who was the cou in ol Elisabeth, who \>as Ihe i^tei oí Alaiy,T v,lip waa the sistti ot Edlvaid( the ^uth, who y,us iht spu ni Henry the Eighth, Who was the sop (gt ileijçy the Seventh, who was the cousin ol KicharçTjthi», Third,, who .vas Üie unte of tdwardtln* i^iîn'tV10 uvrasiitl,e !,on ^ Ed wai d ¿he Fouitb, »bo was the .&°ÄSltnoiiwV'il'l,e ^^ WUo *?" the >p» ol Henry the u$L'(Ph¡¡lai '^ "8" Jo£l *lSnri fue Ç"B«"Ui, wjio was the .cou...
Anecdote. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
linn*, J. ««"»i ,"4.nçpd«te-. J. . o V. .". ». UIUII .M.:jf(s-;&lt;i T tu i>iui ."U'r ii Ji!-J>í iw oeuu crowded with' troops ofvevery nation.: there,«ere jbugliso, 'Frisians,1''HanoVerlims) «FtinsVickersfi ' Swedes', and'ilas siansb, n fevv.pnlyiof tlielntíer.re'jüairied,' among .'whom'-viera jSppejBijskii; TJttftara. .Thdse-iinen liad, come ¡from the otfiv t,(.tbe streets .of,,}b» g «t every, thing tbtsy wiftl the Doge of ' Ve jnice, in tlieireig'u.of'LouïiiîXIV.'/.ivbo being asle'dI Hvb'átWr prised.ljim the.iuçst in .Versailles,, replied,,'Í It:was to see myself there,'' These mea were .habited in the.Oriental ,cos txpertness iu i sllooting Ihtir'»ÍM'0-Ji's wus quite fuljj tbey,,we,re ollen seen tpldriveoiieöfithem thrtrûgh « mark not larger than a playing card, at tija distance» oÇu hundred and fifty faet ) and these.baibaiia'ns of the north," accustomed to scenes of blood, would often wantonly direct their arrows against, some poor ddg^tbn'ti might be running thro...
ANNO UNDECIMO. Georgii IV. Regis, No. 3. An Act to regulate the Impounding of Animals for trespass, and for other Purposes relating thereto. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
' ' .- '.' ÁNNO UNDÉCIMO. Georgä IV. Uegis, No. 3. An Act to regulate the. Impounding of Animals for trespass, atul Jor other Purposes i elating thereto. ' AVIIEREAS, it is expedient to make provision for the es- tablishment of Public Pounds, that the ginntingof lleplevins .in i reipacl of Animals impounded for trespass. Be it there- fore enacted, by Hil Excellency Colonel George» Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemeo't Land and its Dependencies, with the advice of the Legislative Council, that it shall be lan lui for the Lieutenant Governor or person for the time being administering the Government, by any l'roclnmution or Proclamations for that purpose issued, from time to tune to erect and establish, or to authorize auy.persoif or persons to erect aud establish, such and so, many Public Pounds, and «t such placcsjj as to him may appear to be ex- pedient, for the impounding of animals thereiu for'trespass, and for and instead of such,Pounds or any of them from tim...
Literary Varieties. The Story of Genora. [ATTRIBUTED TO MR. SOUTHEY.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
CK £¡S Éfttâ^ïliï^^ oÄ > i ti liy.^.'M .''»áir^a fiU»iijiíiij.2pi«;i ,v "¿¿¿il ni'Iitfncriuiu v-ii&ir* ,' l'luiK'í |j filÍli[:AíCT¿IBETED'!TO MRl"SOü'rHEY.l'>&lt;f:¡>;lbí>Bt/] ? iIT"everyotlcómtí»oMóídenéí# &lt;* l>» J ' »> '¡'I 111 'Stop atift'pkraee near tbelReg^iH'gaW,' , '.' " ' ' ' to 'toweh ;n df olä by-one^f the Dorian ' 'If ' ' 4 ' «» Its hoble gardens, terrace above'terrace,'T , 3 ' ' '" And irioh fountains, statutes, cypresses', " '" ' ' ¡ 'Willong detain yíu', butíbefi)reíyóu,go, 'I' >' ' Enfer: the* l/ouse ,J forget'tf not,' I prey" you," ' ' ' 0 i»And look awhile upon a picture therett J 1 " / L~ ? to ¿m ( fur HenfaCb &lt; ?> ' ' i So-JöVely, yetisoardhM-so fall of mirth- &lt;> I i The overflowings of an innocent heart-* ! ' ¡j It haunts me. still, though mhny a yetar ha».lied Lijfe some wild molody. i te (i* i I , , Alone it hangs Over a mouldering heir-loom, |ts companion An paken-tl/est, half, ejiten,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
'baveenga théíáariie withoj - For England Bîrect.; ¡ , . I;..TH-Bi..lCaAílí'tt,AÍM^ having, LnearlyJ $niahpd tak¡ng;jn h^G-i^and Bark,, Perabns.^0 slieíwill poïitiVéïy'saU'Uié'fîrb^Wéëk'ïii'Apr ? ; The Chatham ibas superior/Accommodation for a. few'Cabin! Passepgers. v¡,;;».., ¡. ¡ ,, ú; ..(/*'.&lt;.?;?'.?. &lt;,r': ;; .i.:;-U,'* j -.".?,'L.^ .;?- « . . -.-ü hiWilUUM, MAWLE, Agent; Wha,rf,.Màffi'Wi83^ ! ",T-ih.Vi ¿ ¿Vi 'i*to^pii¡ai0p Direct, a ;.' v¡V,., . á$jL;T&^^^ .^^Ba^CttfilßR, Commander,.burthen j24Ö Tons; is dai *Iy expected from London.,}. Qn the, discharge ofcher Outward) Cargo, ibis VesselwiVlininieyiiateiy commence taking iii Co-! vlViàl ProdàcV.'ifo^^ "''' ' '';'''.'"''"" j , The1 ! ARA'B i -is '.'' a¡ new Ship* this being' only her second' voyage.:¡She,.has ;most,excellent,Accommodation'for Passen-. ger«.-For.Freigbtor Passage;; a/'ply, to , 1 ' .' ' '": ;,; '/" ; 'WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent.; ' Pqr Sydney. rJjSfL THE r fine fast-;sailiijg "Brig BEE,i...
COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: APRIL 9, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
HOBART TOWN: &lt; April 9, 1830. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I.ci U lie impi etseil ii|ioi, yuin minds, let it liein,>ti.led into your chilüien,'tluil the Lilieit> ot the Press is the Palladium ol all j oin Civil, Political, uncí Hel.Rimis Rights. ' Juilius. There are certain subjects, which those who are connected with the public prèss may feel themselves called upon at times to notice, al- though tliey approach them with very great relue (.tuce. 01 this nature is an article in the Tasma- nian of the 29th March, upon the syktem of ma- nagement pu> sued in this Colony, towards the pri- soner population. Now, when we consider What a large proportion these hear to the free1 inhabitants-when wp re fleet Upon the state in which the Colony was only three or lour j cars ago- compared with what it now is-and when wc bear in mind, how much the well doing ofäll clnsselTdepends upon the de- meanour with winch the piisonejrs ot th...
Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
LITERATURE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Among the advantages that this Colony has derived, and is still daily deriving from an ex- tended intercourse with India, we are happy in being able to anticipate, that its literature is &nbsp; &nbsp; likely at no very distant day to be very consi- derably promoted. Already we hear of the esta- blishment upon, an extensive scale of a Semin- ary, so as to, invite the European residents of our immense eastern possessions to send their children hither for educatio ; and although cer- tain untoward circumstances may, have retard- &nbsp; ed the, design, we still hope to see. it accom plished. What effect such a measure would have upon the general character of Van Die- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
Sydney Intelligence. .' . " . 'j', In thé Sydney Monitor of the Í8th, March,« is a long able writtèn-jelter,; from .the ; Editor,,Mr. :E. S. HALL, to SirG.MiiaRAY ; the .letter is. far- too Jbng for ¡dur insertion. JEdsniujs up by. stating:-r'iThe ;foremaur ofi,the said four Panels ¡was ¡heard, previously to /the trials) coming on, to de- nounce me, for my, politics,.and)to.declare his determination to find nie guilty in. every,;çase that.camei.beforö 'hirii.' ; And' oh four of the verdicts pronounced: by, that Juror&lt; Laaimow suf , fering incarceration. My present sentences amount ibu--'. .years. f ¡How many they will nmouut ,to . before! I /leave this j gupl.kU is.difficult' to prognosticate,,! but-I plainly perceive! !Ujgt banishment will be my-fate. », ¡ Í. ..have i the .'honour to re- j ! main;,Sir,,your,most,o,bedieuliand'humble¡Servant, . ' .. i '.'".i ;!;--''..: ?'.' : ? ? .r.»'>->* .?"'.'.- -!; '.'? .'li.'SV HALli.i ' i ,-,Äjr. KEiTH.movedi.for a^rule to sho...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
SHIP NEWS. APRIL 5. — Arrived the ship George Canning, 414 tons, John Bulley, Commander, from London the 2d January, with a general cargo, viz. — 32 hlids nut 0 lleiccs porltr, and 42 .. coates eittlitiiwan, Kemp mid Co , 154hhds putter,45 boxes tin plaits, -10 kegs lend, 10 liltds lout sugar, t tiste tu usttti, I «lie bombaseis, 3 balts slops, 2 ( a-.es siulls,20 baltes linens, 10 raset and 21 bales ulule mid striped mitons and stutts, I'riitio slops, 15 ditto stationer) antiI (.aids,£ di Hit. pasteboard,7 bates'"1 tliiiinO and^ltl iiiktis^JM'll" carpeting. 7 vc.ise»hosiery and bombasint, 3 balts slops} 4 casts liabcidatdiety art J apparel, 3 ,balei cotton wick, ann 1 cisk Inndu«re, Dawes ami Hewitt ; 1 Î3 buds, I'entnftt wine, Mt] Sjteele ;i¡>U*tasts books, Rev. J. Macarthur'; 4 casks Medena wiiie^Ä rases .military caps.aud 1 bug corlis, b"d Kcginieni, 24 linds, portel, 1 li lui s brandy, 5 casks Mini,'2 Illida I reit su¡,ar, 1 W>\ sugai cundy, Atases hosiery, 2 balts cl...
To our Launceston Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 April 1830
To our Launceston Subscribers We beg to intimate to our Subscribers and Contributors on &nbsp; the other side of the Island, that we have appointed Mr. GEORGE BURGESS, of Brisbane-street, Launceston, our &nbsp; Agent for this Paper, by whom their Communications will at all times be attended to. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
SCHEDULE F. Replavin Bond. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830
,-;'," ""«» SCHEDULE F., . ? ' i '.. -' ' i.. 'I-, ei f'V- Repltvin Bottd.-''&lt; . i ? '?(..., v .''"-' -!;; '-¡ii Know all Men by7these Presents', that we J. P of (place I farmer, C D. of (place) Gentleman, and L. H ) of (place yeoman, are held and hrmly bound to A. B. Esquire, Sheriff of Van Diemen'^JLànd, in the sum oí £ " " of lawful monej of Great Britaoi (doable the «qloe of the animal or animals) to be paid to the said Sheriff, or his certain Attorney, Execu- tors, Administrators, or Assigns, for which payment to be made we bindi ourselves and each of as, and our respective Heir», ExecuUrs, and Administrators, jointly and severally firmly by these) presents. Sealed with our seals i t Dated this-daj of-18-. Whereas, % Above Sheriff, by virtue of his office, and upon tbe cómphist of the above bonnden J. P. bath consent- ed to deliver-anti repte vy to the said J P. the cattle following to wit, (enumerate the whole of the, animals) which C. D. of (place) Esquire1, hath1 ...
SCHEDULE E. Warrant of Replevin. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830
i SCHEDULE E. \ s , . .Warrant of Replevin. ., ,\ A B. Esqu,irc, Sheriff ipf Van Diemen's Land to M. K. my Bailiff greeting-Because L J. bath fouud me sufficient sccuuty, as wpll fpr prosecuting his suit with efiect against C. D. for taking bis tattle, goods, and chattels to wit, (spe- cifying them) and also for making a return thereof, if return thereof shalljbe adjudged, therefore I cqmmand yflu without delay to replcvy and deliver to ,the said J P. his said cattle, goods, and chattels, which the said C D bath taken and un- justly detained as alleged. Heieof fail not. Dated this-da} of-l8-. , , , By the Sherifl. (Seal.) > ; - .. i Signature of the Sheriff. > ' ' . Magistrate or Deputy. J
SCHEDULE B. Charges for Food. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830
, . . '." ', SCHEDULE B. , '&lt; ' s' t'&lt; » U " ^Charges for Food. ' .f> ' * For ev ery horse, mare, gelding, mule, ass, co\t, filly, or foal-6d.&lt; > ',,''' /! For every bull/ox, cow, steer, or heifer-3d! ',J For ¿very calf under 6 months-Id. \ ' ' For'every sheep or lamb-¡0¿d. ' ' For every goat-1 d. , , I %T&lt; L ,. I,. «j I l-l! i- I I ' For every boar, sow, or other pig-3d. The above charges to bo paid tor each day, or part of a day, during which the animal is supplied with food and water by the Poundkeeper, but the onue'r may sup'bly food and watei, in which case these charges are not to be made. ' r i H ii i
SCHEDULE A. Poundage Fees. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 April 1830
SCHEDULE A. Poundage Fees. ¡ 'I l'or each entire horse above the age of la months, as. uu-, For each mare, gelding, colt, filly foal, mule, ass, goat, and pig, Is. ¡ i &lt;l For each bull above the age of,12 months, 2s. Cd. '&lt; ( For each o\, cow, steer, heifer, or calf, for the first 10&lt;-6d., For the nest 10-Id. ' . ' For the next 30-3d. - i . i For all others above 50-2d. i &lt;' *. &lt; For each ram above the age of 9 months-Is.' t ¡ Ftir each ewe, wether, or lamb, for the first 20-2d. i For the next 30-ljd. , . > ;., > t For the next 50-Id. ' . i "i , For all others above 100--0£d. Mi "(.*?/ The above fees to be paid for eaoh day, or part of ai day, during which the animal is kept in pound. i >