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POLICE OFFICE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

POLICE OFFICE NEWS. We on BsD at, March 23.— Patrick Keggan wqs fhia day charged with breaking open the dwelUng-hotjae of Mr. John Young, baker— Acquiued. Saturday, March 26. — Phillip Josephs, the Launceston constable that was reported in the H t* bar t To Wn Gazette, of the 4th ultimo, to have been one of the ' true men' that was set upon and b iund by the bushrangers Bradv. Godliman, and Poilock, at the house of Mr. J.ttnes Weed ing, at Jericho, was this day charged wiih cowar dice, and neglect of duty, npon that occasion. — The former charge was disproved, but a culpable neg'ect appearing manifest, he was suitably repri manded and dismissed from office. Mr. Henry Boyte, a publican in Launceston, was charged with an assault on the person of Thomas W&Uh ; which haying been proved, he was bound over to keep thf peace -for '3. months. George Lane, an assigned servant to Mr. Ro binson at Campbelltown, found guilty of ab senting himself in the btisb, this being his third offen...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

W EDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1825. The Lodt of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. WreUly Return of li« I'rices of Arti'ete in L»u\,ceMon :-W heat, 10s. per bu«fael ; Urley, eggs, Is, 6fl. pef *ioZe» ; Lay, J* P«- *«'? _ l* _ ...» DAi^ore #r» tap : W« tail the attention o%- our i«~«*=» ^ ~~ extract from &e letter of our Hobart ToWn Corespondent, as to the .arrival of a cargo of let; Bdkd to be American properly, from China. li^f^uom considerations are involved in this or Advantages of 4h* Hobart Town Bank arc DoTibe'Vait important. It is perfectly clear, tfiat payment for this $ea most be made in ofcr com— iu out dollars ; aad wheiher they gP into the pockets of the American meichants, or the Calcutta merchants, or any other merchants^ still they are no less taken from us. T$e operation. fcy which this; is effecteo1 «s perfectly plain.— Suppose thai the tea novimported is oft red for sale, at £12 per chest, in lots of Lwenty jofaesis ;— thr*e small shopkeepers, A. B. and C. join, and buy a...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. Sir, The circumstance of some constables, in a state of inebriation, having attempted to enter the house of Mr. Richard White, on Tuesday evening last, for the purpose of disturbing, or dispersing a party of Gentlemen who had dined there, induces me again to trespass upon your columns, it has been said, Sir, that 'both   liberty and property are precarious, unless the possessors have sense and spirit enough to defend them.' Upon this principle, then, I appeal to the Gentlemen who were present at, and subject to, such an outrage, to come forward to stem and resist so gross an innovation upon their rights and liberties. To use the language of a political writer of Britain — ' If an honest, and, I may truly affirm, a sincere seal for the public good can give me any weight in your esteem, let me exhort and conjure you never to conjure an invasion of your political constitution, however minute the instance may appear, to pass by with out a det...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. FIRST DAY—March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

LAUi^CESTON RACES, ri R t T D A f — March 4, 1. fA iJParse of One Hundred and Tweotj Tallin, i ^ot 1-year olds, carrying feather weighs 4 A ^Heats, one mile and a halt. «1 Ux Ch«. Hardwicke's black geldiog TaH»man ^ m. R^ard White's chesnut geldmg Diamoa/, J Mr William Field's bay filly PbilUs, J Mr A. Waddle', brow* geldmg Com^ndant. J Owing, to a 4in»te faymg ta^^ace relative to the tuning of ihe first heat, it was found ne cessary to retire to the Launcelton Hotel for the purpose of investigating the affair ; when ilwa« dec ded by the Stewards, and a roajorny of the Subscribed, that the horars shqqld start again on Thursday. ~~-~~ +' SECOND DAY. A Sweepstake of F.veGdiilVa^a^ with Eighty Dollars added, for Horses of all denominations —Heats, two miles. First ffeqt, . Mr. Clayton's Chase, 4 yrs.oid/Tst. -&-? * ?'2'2' Mr. MasseyJS Highflyer, aged, *«. 1 3-b. O- I 0& - Mr. White's Bronie, 6 yr&. 8st. \t\b OOI0 Mr. Herbert's Gipsey, 5 yrs. 7st. I3ib. 0 OO I Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

O N SALE, At the Stores of Messrs. PAIN and ASH,               FINE linglish Prints, calico, jaconet* multj book, and cambric muslins, bedticking,     black and olive velveteens, drab cord dimity, gentlemens' superfine beaver hats, women and children's beaver hats and bonnets, bomb; zitits,   bombazens, flannel, coloured stuffs, figured lustic plaid, sarsnets, men and women's stockings, roeiMs br--wn diavveiVaud pantaloons, cord cra vats, white ditto; Braganza shawls,' coloured     whittles, sheeting, white counterpanes, black siifc ;uid cniton handkerchiefs, silk shawls, Mar cella and Valentia waistcoats, ladies' jean stays of sizes, a variety of fancy trimmings, artificial flowers, ribbons, Marcella waist coating, siik   scarfs, cot^oir lace, fustian jackets, woried wove shirks and frowsprs, carpet tins:, table Ime...

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THE CHEST IN THE CORNER. No. IV. (Continue from our last). [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

THE CHEST IN THE CORNER     No. IV (Continued from our last),               *i *;^re wo not here now .fV.dmlinued-tbejcog-' ss# ]*lrai, ^:aodi are «kc not; {drop ping hip hat,, f ^*vp-i*lll^Hin iilie gnsnmii, /taft^ fmosing before jj.«fc. lie |-r-rivomic«d liitf wordfe] tgooe in. a nip l*^4i|iifon«f'^.'Mie (descent cjf the i)t*t was as il t^ tf heavy iiwip 6t* diiy had heti- itqeaded in *W^lhe 'cfO^A vf i-iti'V tNoiteng .eould express 4- ihetvj-e und fbierunnc-r, like it ;. his hauVi ** i*t UW4 iar vamslr front trocler..ij; ij fell *?*&*&*;*? riittf^corfjarrf* eye fixed upon it as ^«iiY|y«ii a\ corpse, and Susannah burst inio a ' flood tit ifcT»rs/v: '?'?' '4 , JSterne. ?« . r ? ? - *? , J ? ifi .,.''7.' i',,'. ''. ' ? . ? ' ' zdOh.'-faf . fl?ihr-1% H|^Midiecf fot nrjr cousin's lntri9IHit?.,^if(iiiti Eaoipsi was wilh me at an ItbtIv lii'tfr. ^fi.wuft d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

DIED—On Sunday morning last, Mr. T. O. Curling, settler on the Lake River, leaving   a widow and nine children to lament his loss.

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POET'S CORNER. COMPLAINTS OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 30 March 1825

P O E T ' S C O R N E R. COMPLAINTS OF THE POOR.     And wherefore do the poor complain ?     The rich man asked of me ; Come walk abroad with me, I said, And I will answer thee.   "Twas ev'ning, and the frozen streets Were cheerless to behold, And we were draped and coated well, And yet were very cold. We met an old bare headed man, His locks were few and white ; I ask'd him what he did abroad In that cold winter's night ?         'Twas bitter cold, indeed, he said,       At home no fire fad he,     And therefore he had come abroad To ask for charity.       We met a young bare footed child,             And she begg'd loud and bold ;   I ask'd her what she did abroad, &amp...

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Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Tozen,. dated April 1. ' The last week has been entirely devoid of interest. The brig Haweis was to have sailed o;i Tuesday last, for Sydney; but, owing to some cause unknown, her departure is postponed until Tuesday next; and that she will then sail is not absolutely known. It is understood that Messrs. Bethune and Grant have detained her-^ it would appear on some account connected with i lie. recent tea arrival. If any apprehensions are entertained,. in consequence either of tbe rumour that thexargo is American property, or as to the [importation of tea without certain documents (wTifch, whether the importers possess or -not, if of course unknown,. except to the* GreaH Powers) ; then, the Janding of the cargo,' and the transfer j of the property, J»ecpme_a mean ure of very wise . precaution to those concerned ; and in that case, ! the detention of the Haweis is easily accounted for. 'There is perhaps, io no quarter of the world,...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

To4he™EdUoT of the Tasmanian. fl«v«ig^b8ef¥edr*i»iM*fc^Pe.r of 9th Ee ?binary last, an ao-eru*emem ^uiin^ the doop Speedwell to havebeen built Vy »««.* Gwnf-ng. . harrie andOliphatit ; this I reqitest yorf wiii-coo.} tradict, as the SpeetJwett was built previous to my arrival ib fhe Goiony^ I am, Sir, your obed ient Servant, R. D. CONYNGHAMB. Sydney, March 24, 1823. .

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

Te the Editor of the Tasmaniun. Sib. ' It appeating, from the account of our Races, published in your Gazette of last week, that the colt Commandant was distanced, i beg leave to contradict thai statement, in consequence of indisposition, the young man who rode Com maudant ihe first heat, declared his inability to ride again. This circumstance, though unfortu nate, could not possibly be considered, by fair 'and impartial judges, to affect the legahlv of another ridei being appointed— as light, of course, as oouJd be got, feather weight only being required ; yet, Sir, such seemed to be the practical knowledge, in sporting affaire, of the Gentlemen to whose judgment the case was referred, that they unanimously decided no person lighter then him that rode the first heat, should be allowed to ride «he second, without carrying adequate weight ! To this decision, the proprietor of the colt, it appears, would not sub* mil; aad, frora what I know of racing, act^f I very pr«-P«'ly- Wa8 il to...

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POET'S CORNER A NIGHT PICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

p^irris mc &mto m-RL ^ tilQHT.'A'ECtii '''* Amidst i he watches of the night, When darkness tells the face-er light, ; ..Save where liie waning moon doth shed A transient gleam atound my fced, Am? yonder star emits » ray ''?**[ Acrow th#St^f trtf&fefo *A$9 f/;f f\ And Wik-*Xu £diBihate an^w^fiP. /.? The curfew Jong Hath ceas'd to ring, Ami vespers n*iw no more they sipgf rJ1i% wrdiche^i find,iin sieet ^eposej ' The joyous solace of their woes ; And nought appear* to imemne i ' 'Amf-fcv tlie stillness of the scene, * H«e ili« batte ru**img-of the irerSj : ? - — p Thai quiver lo ihs passing breeze. B« i^jart' ! If heard iheiJeaih-beji toll The k well of some departing squl,— -+ *3^e,dreary echo seems to cry* | *.'?'' ?-'? * t'repare, for it^pju must also^dle.' And now perhaps some .holy nun, » ' .'.-Whose vitalihread is almost spun, ? '?' 'VViih cattn suspense begins to, wait ' ' .Her passport iaa better state 5 4 'Tjije sister saints,* pious band,/ ? r \Aiound the sin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

I Errata.— In Mrs./and Miss H*adlaMV Adveruseoient,— /or ' Hadl^m' read litddlnm; and /or ' informs' read inform. ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST ARRIVED* and ON SALE at Mr. Birreli/s Store*, George-street, the CARGO «f the 'Brig- Queen Charlotte, Capt. Jameson, from Sydney— consisting «-f isle of France Sugar, an assortment of India Calicoes, bottled Ale, Superior flavoured Cognac Brandy, Liverpool Salt, Jamaica Rum, &c. &c. Launcesion, 6ih April, 1825. MMrlLUAM SMITH ha*ON SALE, at his ^* Stoies, opposite the Court-house, Ca meron-street, Uie following choice seiected Assortment :? — Fine old Jamaica ram, Cognac brandy, sope rior Hollands, hjson tea, hpon skin tea, Isle o* France sugar, loaf sugar, cofftre, tobacco, snutt, te^ars, Eng1ith salt, currants, cheese, pickles pnd sauces mustard, vinegar, paints, paim oil, turpentine, lamp oil, cocoa nut oil, coiton wick, Madeira wine, sherry ditto, port ditto, claret ditto, Sauterne ditto, cordials, porter in bogs heads and bottle,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. —— ooooo— —                         Government House, Hobart Town, March 10, 1825.   THE Lieutenant GOVERNOR, finding that             the constant Demands upon his Time for personal Interviews, on all sorts of Applications and References, interfere with the Performance of his numerous Official Duties, and prevent his devoting the necessary Attention to the Business   of the different Departments of Government, is obliged to desire that in all Cases where personal Communication is not necessary. Applications upon Business, may be made by Letter, which will be answered as promptly as possible.   It is the Lieutenant Governor's anxious,     desire to affo...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1825. The Loaf nf Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

THE TASMANIAN.   WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in Launceston :— Wheat, 10s. per bushel ; barley,   6s. per ditto; potatoes, 7s. per cwt ; beef, 5d. per lb; mutton, 5d per lb; pork, 9d, per lb; butter, 3s. 6d. per lb; cheese, 1s, 6d. per lb ; eggs, 1s. 6d. per dozen ; hay £5 per ton.

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LATEST SIDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Our Extracts, this week, are exclusively from the "Sydney Gazelle" [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE Our Extracts, this week, are exclusively from the " Sydney Gazette :" — [ from a correspondent.] The following is an extract of a letter from William Wilkinson, Esq. No. 53, Old Broad   street, London, dated 22d August, 1824 : —   "By a recent Act of Parliament (of course in     the office of your Naval Officer), a certificate is required at the Customs here, that the oil shipped   from your Colony has been taken in your seas by British ships or vessels owned by British sub jects residing in New South Wales, or Van Diemen's Land.   "This voucher to be granted by your Naval   Officer, or Collector of the Customs, and given; so the master of the ship ; and as many different certificated as there may be shipments of oil will be required here. The form of the certificate is in the Act.           &nb...

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Continuation of latest Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

Continuation of latest Sydney Intelligence. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived on the 17th Feb. from     Batavia, which she left the 8th of December, the ship Almorah, Captain Boyd. She brings a cargo for Government, comprising 5,688 bags of rice, 288 bags of sugar, 481 bags of wheat, and 300 chests of tea. Passenger, Deputy Assistant Commissary General Clements.   Arrived, on the 22d, Feb. from Ireland, with 190 male prisoners, the ship Asia, Capt. Stead. She left the Cove of Cork the 29th of October and comes direct. The Surgeon Superintendent is Dr. Mercer, R. M. - No mail. Arrived on February 24, the ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain Cooling, from England,   and last from Hobart Town. She sailed from                   London on the 27th August, and the Derwent on the 13th ult. She brings a valuable cargo   of sundrie...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A Constable." in reply to "A Towter," cannot have a hearing till next week. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 6 April 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A Constable" in reply to "A Towler" cannot have a hearing until next week. SHIP NEWS - On Thursday last, arrived the cutter Governor Arthur, Mr Cunningham master from Hobart Town with a cargo     of sundries.   Same day, the brig Nereus   Captain Swindels, from Sydney, with a   cargo of merchandise. Same day, the ship St. Michael, Captain J. Beveridge, from Sydney, with Government       stores, merchandise, and 4 horses. Passengers Mr. John Cobb, Mr James Cobb, and the Reverend Mr. John Hutchinson, Wesleyan   Missionary.               Same day, the ship Cumberland, Captain     Palihn, having on board Colonel Balfour, his Lady and three children; together with Captain   Jebb, Ensign Williams, and two companies &nb...

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POET'S CORNER. LINES ON SIR JOHN MOORE'S BURIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

po ii t*s' co a n & ft. USES ON SIR JOHN MOORE'S BURIAL. Bt LORD BTRON. Not a dram was heard, not a funeral note, ' As his corse to the ramparts was hurried ; Not a soldier discharged hi* farewell shot O'er the grave where twr hero we've buried. We buried him darkly at dead of night,;; The sods with our kvo|ets turning--^ r 6v the stru2din2 m^ibWs j&stflighe. . * ; And the tanurq} dinf}' ^inj, ^ . f , ^ No useless coffin cppfiriecl iiis breast, Nor in sheet nor in shroud we bound him ^ Sut he lay iikte a warno-r taking his test,; 5 , With his xnartial ctoak around hUn. _? .... Few and short were the prayers we said, - ' And we spoke not a word of sorrow ; * But we steadfast^ *azed on the face of thediead; And we bitterly thought of the morrow. We thought, as we heap'cf Vis uarro w Wed, [ And smisoihM down his lonely pi How, ,* .° ^ Tiiai t he fue anB Che stranger would tread to ei ma head, - ' ? . '?/ .'.*.'., And we far away on the billow. Light ly tlieyMl talk of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST ARRIVED, and ON SALE at Mr. Birr ell's Store*, George-street, the CARGO of the Brig Queen Charlotte, Capt. Jameson, from Sydney — consisting of Isle of France Sugar, an assortment of India Calicoes, bottled Ale, superior flavoured Cognac Brandy, Liverpool Sah, Jamaica Rum, H^soa 5-kin Tea, &c. &c. Launceston, 6th April, 1825. CEDAR.— For SALE, at the Tasmania* Office, Cedar of the be^t Quality, ia Plank and Board, which will be disposed of at the very lowest Rate. IO be SOLD or LET, Ibat excellent FARM, si tuate on the Banks of the Tatnar, two and a half mil?* from Launceston, and kuown by the Name of MOUNT PLEASANT, containing 50 Acres. The whole of the Timber is felled thereon, and about 20 Acres in a high state of Cultivation. It has a comfortable Residence, aod convenient to good Water ; together with a Garden aod several conve nient Yards. Horned Cattle will be received iu Pay ment. For further Particulars, apply to the Pro prietor, Mr. Wm. ...

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