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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1825.c   Whenever we commit an error, we are   desirous to make the amends. We have now to do so in respect of the Gentleman who is the nominal Editor of the Government Gazette. The Public will have seen, that in the expression of the proper and natural resentment which     we lately felt at the unprecedented, coarse, and vulgar abuse, with which an Individual con- nected with this Journal, was unceasingly   assailed, we were obliged to exercise some seve- rity towards the supposed author. Our Readers are about to learn that we were in error.   We are not, however, without a reasonable excuse. We could not suppose it possible, judging by the custom of the legitimate Press, that any article could be inserted, written in the plural number, bearing the Editorial "we,"   which emanated ont of the office. We have heard, that the Gentle...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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APPREHENSION of M'CABE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 October 1825

APPREHENSION of MCABE.     This outlaw has at length fallen into the hands of justice. He was apprehended near- ly as follows :-A prisoner, servant of Mr. Russell, fell in with him near Mr. Scott's hut, on the Clyde. McCabe made him prisoner, and tied him. The man was enabled how- ever to extricate himself, and he gave the alarm immediately to a party of soldiers and others under Mr. Kimberley, who were then near the spot, and Mr. Russell, one of his servants, and two soldiers of the 40th Regt. soon overtook him. He snapped his rifle at Mr. Russell, but fortunately missed. Mr. Russell's servant rushed in upon him instant- ly, and threw him. The others immediately came up ; he was secured, and was yesterday lodged in Hobart Town Gaol ; from which he will no doubt never again depart until he shall have paid the forfeit of his crimes. He has stated, that it was Murphy, who so barbarously murdered the two soldiers, and has given other information, but which of ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

Wm wm*.. Arrived on Sunday from England direct, the brig Lord Rodney, Captain Charlton; she   left England the 1st of June. Passengers, Mr. Stanley and family. Arrived on Tuesday, the Colonial schooner Amelia, Capt. Hillier with a full cargo of wheat from Launceston, for J. and J. Solomon.

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Sir Thomas Brisbane. (From the Sydney Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

J«ft?'Cft^isJ:.^^jpiii^ ?¦ (I< r'Uri rtlie Sydney- Gazette.')" -i i WeiiaWinttch pleasure in stating trie tact, ,-.Jh the very best authority, upon the high SSb0of regari! winch; sir Thomas' Stti.JJ;iKE has invariably professed and enier Mlni'd'for the Emancipists bl Australia, and IL'jr descendants, that it; is the: intention of his WeultiiVVrespect'al>le,'and preponderating nuti'es with which He has been burdened,' for the last four, years, by his beloved and revered Sovereign ! With this piece of in- teresting information we are Well aware that the majority,indeed almost the whole bf the respectable and reflecting Emigrants, will not only feel particularly gratified, but also most cordially co-operate with their fellow Colo- nists in demonstrating similar distinguished regard. We'-.wish'rjc" to be clearly understood, j that we "were desired by several bf the re- spectable and oldest inhabitants'to render public these intentions, otherwise it might be considered by t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

T0 CORRESPONDENTS. A. 2.'s Communication relative to the conduct pf*the Clerkof il birth," at the bouse of a gentleman at New Norfolk, is under consi "'de'ration^'-?- ?,.,'.. Tim Bobbin, on the subject, of the.Cumber- land Tonj-lboleiies, and thc boasts of " of JiRiat intimacies," in pur next. -?¦*¦?'? TheCommumcatiori of one of the Constabur jary/'fri answer to the Landholder, is un- avoidably postponed until next week. ?. JAcQtiks," as to " my Uncle Wilberforce," the "".Scholar's'V Claims, and several articles on .the Inquisition^ are.received. Captwin Welch's in our next. . ; '. 'j'._'..';;,. y^ Price of Bread?O^d. per Loaf. r';V .Stfiiiig Magistrate?J. Thomas, Esq*

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

lamMQiB sOT>m ",'Vi'Eyi.th'e] brig Rodney, we have recteived Letf 'tiers ari'd-Nfewspajper's io the end bf May ;-4 ? They <are' bremar Ka Wy harfen of interesting !' 'public intelligence.' The national prosperity - continues daily itpiincrease;' and the present - Administration is perhaps the most popular ¦i since tlieiRevolutiorti vThe- liberal policy bf 'Mr. Canning has obtained for him,' universal pdbliC'appfbbtftibn.'-- Money was exceedingly ; plentiful; and* notwithstanding the immense' : vent which capital has obtained through the ' bum'bejcless new Companies (established, and v citftblishihg, thejdi fl&culty of in vesting money, ¦?^^t«^'ana>i»^yahte^eV^as:heverkhow.ri sb' great'. ? - We have given: a> summary of the ^ihM^trj^Wye8^ing'wAUc!ir-;":'and':W'e shall next lweefc^*ndeavbur to give fuYther«xtracts.;|: ; >^ ^EKch^qcierl)rbughfcforv/ard, on the llthof ?¦ Majjfy^inew arrangement, as to the Judge's (JSbtarl|i^*'^n ^tnreTtbtfo^^ - jyudge^ '^i...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

Colonial Times. H0BART TOWN:   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1825. We lately noticed an attempt made by the Government hireling to feel the public pulse, as to the establishment of a system by which the nascent liberties of the people may be   thrown back to the dark period of the first es- tablishment of these Colonies, and themselves placed in a situation similar to the miserable inhabitants of Algiers. We have no doubt the people have taken the warning, and are on the alert. They have occasion to be ; for in the last Government Gazette, there is inserted one of the most impudent and indecent false- hoods which ever was dared to be published in any country having the semblance of free- dom. The passage to which we allude is the                                 f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

Surveyor's Office, Hobart Town, Nov. 1, 1825. NOTICE is hereby given to those Individ- uals who are now in the actual Occupa- tion of such Lands as were originally located to them, but who have not yet received the Title-deeds of the same, that, upon Applica- tion, either in Person or by their authorised Agents, as above, between the Hours of Ten in the Forenoon and Three O'Clock in the   Afternoon, and upon Payment of the Fees of Office, their respective Grants will be deli- vered to them. P. Cavanah, Assistant Surveyor.   Bank of Van Diemen's Land. IN Consequence of the Impossibility of col- lecting the Proprietors of Bank Stock, pwing to the peculiar Circumstances of the present Moment, the Meeting advertised for 1st November will not take place until the 1st December; on that Day the Proprietors are requested to meet at the Bank, to pro- ceed to the Election of Three Directors, ac- cording to the Terms of the Charter, and for other special Purposes, whi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

STOLEN or Strayed from the Premises of the Undersigned, a small Scotch Sheep Dog, black sides and head, brown muzzle, white and brown under the belly, white feet, and a white ring round his neck ; an swers to the name of " Bobby. "--Whoever will restore the said Dog to the Proprietor, shall receive Four Dollars Reward.-Any Person retaining, him after this Notice, will be prosecuted. Lewis Gilles. Ross, Oct. 31, 1825.       WHEREAS, David Reynolds and others are in the habit of passing through my Fields of Wheat, and throwing down the Bars of the Gate, and not putting them up again;-I hereby Caution all Persons passing by that way and neglecting to put up the same that I will stop the road, and make them responsible for all damages. J. Abraham. Demask, Broad Marsh, Oct. 30, 1835. I hereby caution the Public and the In ha   bitants of Hobart Town, against Purchas ing a Piece of Ground and the Buildings thereon, situated in Campbell-street, near the Prisoners' Barracks ; b...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

TotheEaiTph^ \ sn.,~ln the Gbye'rriraerit Gazetteof Satur--, day last,' there is iVe'fbllowin^ pass'age^ iii a; letter addressed tb Mr/Miirrayy' signed^4 Ex.; pbsitor." - ;«« When'ybU said that; Mr. -Stephen j offered a bribe of ten pbunds! tir tKe^Sheriffi you again knbwinglyjtolc^n untruth/- 'Ybti; "kribw that this sum wasii^fferednpttp the ?Sheriff'bu,_'; to others^-not} tb be' disgraceful; and improper fbr?p'erfermjn'g''a duty^but fbr-i the obtaining of 'iiiformation elsew here;- You; ;khe w tod that the lefter' was -sent '©peri, and j previously"read tb-theGeritlemah-Wftb 'Was its bearer."           ,:i!Nbw,-:Siipy'with regard ;tp this'ten; pburidsj affairy the writer'bf this!;haVing give'n Vbii the irifbrmatioh. is. ready-tb prove itif(oaJ[j'edS upbriiiand ybii will 'presently'seey'thalJMt.! Stephen-knows also upori^hostV'auth'otlJ^:. it .. -was'published1. 'The' history -pf IHrfrmatteri v. is' sheHJyas follbwS t...

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SYDNEY NEWS. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

SYDNEY NEWS. (From the Australian.)     [The following extract is from an excellent article, of four columns, announcing the an- niversary of the establishment of the Austra- lian Newspaper.]:--           " If indeed it were true that The Austra-   lian 'found not favour in the people's eyes;' that ' it dragged its slow length along,' and scarcely lingered on a,miserable existence   from week to week, then should we be amongst the first to say, that this Colony was not ripe for an accession of freedom, and that   the People ought not to be ruled but by a rod of iron. But the case is otherwise.--The Australian is fostered by persons of all con- ditions--the Colony is pleased with the tone it assumes, and each new number is received with new zest. Viewing the publication of The Australian as a matter of business--look- ing at it in the light f a mercantile'...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

----------------------------------------------------   VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY.     -----------------------------                 We have great pleasure, through the kind- ness of a friend, in announcing to the Pub- lic, the establishment Of the "Van Diemen's Land Company," which is now in full opera- tion by virtue of an Act of Parliament, intro-     duced by His Majesty's Ministers themselves, and passed without any single opposition in any one of its stages. The object of this Company as recited in the Act, is the rearing of sheep, cultivation of lands, working of mines, distilling and brewing. For these-ob- jects, there is a capital of £500,000 actually subscribed. The Company receives a Grant of 300,000 acres of land, subject to increase. --- It is to lend money on mortgage to the amount of £50,000 ; on bond £...

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TRIAL of M'CABE, the BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 4 November 1825

TRIAL of McCABE, the BUSHRANGER. This offender was tried in the Supreme       Court on Wednesday last, for robbing Mr. Mortimer jun. on the King's highway. The Attorney-General (Mr. Gellibrand)   addressed the Jury as follows:   Gentlemen, - I have to request that you will divest yourselves of any feeling of pre- judice which may have been excited in your minds, by any thing which you may have heard out of this Court about the prisoner;     and I feel it my duty to particularly caution you on this subject, after having seen held   forth in a Newspaper the monstrous doctrine   of taking this man out and executing him at   once. Gentlemen, this prisoner is as much   entitled to a fair and legal trial by the laws   of the land as any other, and I am certain   you will act by him as you have done in   every ...

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MORALITY. "O curse your morality!" SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. "A glass is good, and a lass is good, And a pipe to smoke in cold weather, The King is good—the people are good— And we're all good fellows together." Rival Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

MORALITY. *f& "O curse your morality !" . SCHOOL FOU>SCANDM,. " A glass is good, and a lass is pood, < And a pipe to smoke in cold weather, The King is good-the people are good And we're all good fellows together." Rival Soldiers, fc - MORALITY is very good, And shamming it seems understood For errors to atone, ; But HE, humanity's best friend, Bid him, who never did offend, ' Be first to cast a stone. Immortal honour to the day In which such virtue we display, And prove, beyond a doubt, That none of us were ever known As scandal bearers 'bout the town, At least as such-found out ! Morality, like vice, we find. Is of a most infectious kind, For see how matters ran The hirelings all indignant hied. And loud with virtuous fury cried " You naughty, wicked man !"

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMBS. SIR,-I have this moment taken up your Paper of the 28th ult., and find in one of its columns, "Captain Welsh's Meteorologicals." -I beg to inform you, that the state of winds and weather in the Gazette is not taken from my journal ; nor am I the Comet calculator.   J. WELSH.

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

To the Editor of the COLONIAL TIMES.   SIR,-Perceiving in your Paper, that Mr. Stephen has denied the circumstance of   having strutted about in his wig and gown on board the ship Cumberland, on the pas- sage from England here, I think it right to state to you, that there arc several passen- gers of that ship (now here) who not only can confirm the fact, but the other circumstance you mentioned ; namely, his boasting that he was to be Attorney-General when he came here - for that Mr. Gellibrand was only a common Lawyer (that was his exact ex- pression), whereas he, Mr. Stephen, was a Barrister. Perhaps the distinction is not so valued by other people, as by Mr. Stephen. But the principal object of my present let- ter, is to mention to you another fact, the truth of which Mr. Crowther and others here can vouch for. Mr. Stephen boasted that he should have the whole management of the Public Affairs confided to him on his arrival here, because that Lieutenant G...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

Am; aft}? TtfiUJlS. Arrived on Monday last from Launceston, the cutter Governor Arthvr, Mr. Hassel, Mas- ter, Mith wheat and, w«o!. *, Arrived at tiaunoeston on Fiiday, after a passage of three weeks, the sloop James, Cap- tain Heaney, with merchandize, from Sydney. Sailed on Wednesday week for Sydney, the Elizabeth Heuiietta, Captain Marlin, with several prisoners under sentence of transpor- tation to Norfolk Island. The Glory is hourly expected to sail for Sydney ; and the Mountaineer and Lord Rod- ney will sail in the couise of the next week. A ship with female prisoners is daily ex- pected. T!ie Cyprus and Amelia are on the eve of sailing tor Launceston. , (£T Price of Bread-îi\d. per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate-A. Moodie, Esq.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

A LL Persons are cautioned against tres . passing upon an Allotment- of Ground, situate in Campbell-street, Forty-nine Feet in front, bounded on the South-east side by Mr. Copeland's, and the North-west by Mr. Richard Ray's Allotments, the same being my sole and separate Propeity. JAVÍ RAY. IMPOUNDED, at Lennox, West, a blaclc and white Heifer, both ears slit, branded M on the near hip, and L on the off hip ; a brown Pole Heifer, with C D on the near hip ; a black Bull Calf, with C D on the near hip ; a roan Pole Cow, with I T on the ncai shoulder, and D R on the near hip ; a black Steer Calf, with C D on the near hip ; a black Heifer^Calf, with C D on the near hip ; a Cow, black sides, white back and belly, with C D on the near hip ; a black sided Heifer, white back and belly, with C D on the near hip ; a brown sided Heifer, white back and belly, with D R on the near hip ; a black Steer, white belly, with D R on the near hip; a brindled Pole Cow, scope out of right ear, with J W&am...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLO M jr. Ti uns. SIR,-A few weeks since appeared in your Journal an erroneous statement, relative to my having taken a survey of the basin and cataract on the South Esk. In justice to my- self, I feel' it incumbent on me to make known to the Public, through the medium of your Paper, (if you will give this inser- tion) the principal points of that survey, as a supply to Launceston with water from the basin is of the utmost importance to the'in- habitants.-The measured distance from Mr. Barnes' brew house to the basin, is 61 chains ; length of the intervening hill, 400 feet ; height of water in the basin (\ugust 31), above high-water mark, at the foot of the rapids or « cataract," 42 feet. On the 12th September, the water in the basin had .fallen 10 feet, to which may be added five more feet, as the lowest ebb or depression of the waters in the basin in dry seasons. Hence, there would remain an elevation of water in the basin of 27 feet above high-water mark at ...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 11 November 1825

To the EDITOR of the Co LO m AT, TIMUS. Sin,-Your Correspondent, " A LandhuU der," but a town resident, seems to be in a mighty fume against the Constabulary and Magistracy, because they cannot do impossi- bilities ; that is, bring in all the bush-ran- gers, and sheep-stealers, neck and heels. But what instances can he adduce, that there is not, and has not been, activity and energy manifested amongst the Constabulary and Magistracy, unless he wishes them to be, day and night, walking to and fro'. I hope Î'our " Landholder" will lay an efficient plan »efore the Executive Power, for the forma- tion of the Association he proposes, to do away with the shameful remissness tie com- plains of; for it would puzzle the heads of those who are really resident on their lauds, and well acquainted with the bush and its localities, distributed us its inhabitants are', to de vise; and where his active and enter- prising young men are to be found, who are to keep the districts in peace, is yet to b...

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