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Melbile Island, THE NEWLY FORMED BRITISH SETTLEMENT ON THE NORTH WEST COAST OF AUSTRALIA. (From the AUSTRALIAN of March 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

Melville Island   THE NEWLY FORMED BRITISH SETTLEMENT ON     THE NORTH WEST COAST OF AUSTRALIA.     (From the AUSTRALIAN of March 10.)   Some tidings have at length been received of the expedition destined to the North-west Coast of this Continent, which it will be re- collected quitted Port Jackson on the 24th August last, consisting of H. M. S. Tamar, (Captain Bremer, C. B.) the transport ship Countess of Harcourt, and the Colonial brig   Lady Nelson. The following detail is glean- ed from a private journal ; which commences on the date above-mentioned, and concludes on the 13th November ; on which day the Tamar, in company with the Countess of J Harcourt, weighed anchor ; the former bound to Ceylon for orders, the latter destined to       the Isle of France, whence the accounts now   received have been forwarded. The Lady Nelson, it appear...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

x\v -ooo To the ED iron. Sin,-Through the medium of your Ga- zette, I beg leave to make a few remarks on the conduct of the Constables who parade the streets at night. I allude to the practice winch they have of stopping every respecta- bly dressed gentleman who may be walking in the streets after eight o'clock, and ask- ing, frequently in a very insolent manner, his name. I have several times been stop- ped; nor do I know what would have been the result had I refused to have answered their questions.-An instance has come with in my own knowledge, that a very respecta- ble gentleman was lately accosted by one of these gentry, but who not 1 suppose appro v. înçr of the questions, refused to return a sa- tisfactory answer. This exasperated the constable, who followed him home, not for- getting to make use of\ery abusive language. Àlthough,-«'Mr. Editor, it is much to be wish- ed that prisoners and all suspected persons should be prevented from lurking about the streets after dusk, yet...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. Dum facet, clamat. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

To the EDITOR. Dum facet, clamât. Sin,-Rending in your last Gazette a sup- posed intention'of the Assistant Chaplain's to institute some (ivil or Criminal Process against the person who assumes the signature of Kusticus in your columns, 1 hail the result by thus publicly challenging investigation. If to expose to public animadversion the conduct of an officer, " a Chaplain too," who with soi;did meanness enters into a partner- ship with a constable and pound-keeper, per- verts the liberal intentions of Government, as respects the future comforts of resident Clergymen, by jesuitically converting the labour of.sawyers, carpenters, brick-makers, and their helpers, to the private emolument oMhis respectable agricultural co-partner- ship, from the very well designed and pro- per purposes for which they were originally destined by Government ! If to mark with merited obloquy this honorable concern, who allow their cattle to destroy their neighbour's crops (A. Connelly's to wit), and make ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

' "|UST Imported upon tíxe Ship Valetta, ' 9ß from China, the following valuable Mer i chandize, and on SALE, at the Stores of f BI/UIUM and'GUAN r:-Imperial and gun f powder tea in boxes; hyson and young hy- son ditto in boxes, half and whole chests ; . superior black souchi ditto in half and whole chests; souchong and hyson-skin ditto in 1 b'oxes, half, and whole chests; Company's - yellow and blue nankeens,long cloths, silks, 1 crape shawls, black and coloured handkei , cb ies, negro-head (and cut tobacco, lacquered 3 ladies' woik boxes, card boxes with pearl x eounters, silk umbrellas ; preserved ginger and cition in jars ; honey in jars, line table ' rice ; foolscap, letter, and chit paper? blank . books, nankeen ci ackers and lire works, black pepper, Malmsey and port wine, cher . ry brandy, Jamaica rum, China tea and din t ner sets ; 1st, 2d, and 3d size plates ; plain ^and flowered straw carpeting, bamboo win J\ dow blinds, Russia and Bengal canvas, bear ! and ravensduck, En...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

To the EDITOR. SIR,-To create an unfavourable prejudice against any man, conscience would forbid me ; but to suffer a wantonly inflicted wrong from the subordinates in office, neither a proper regard for myself, or due considera- tion for the Public, will allow. I therefore beg to call the attention of His Honor our Lieutenant Governor, through your very use- ful medium, to the delays incidental to the payment at the Police Office of any claim on Government, payable there,# which may be presented by a private individual. For a trilling demand of this description, I have danced attendance there until my patience is exhausted. -Youls, truly, o. r. P. S.-Ry the bye, Sir, what encourage.nent has the distantly residing settler to apprehend a Runaway, when for the munificent reward of X2 more than double its value in time must be expended in at tendance for it ? *w 1 speak that 1 do know."

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

täcMvnment anti üSíeneval <8Àtotv*. Government House, Hobart 'íoivn, March 31*7, 1«25. "R. JAMES AMO«?, Free, is appointed a Constable In Üw District of Swan Pott. JJ y Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _ JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. i&mzviuKPiti mia <&zmxa\ <&ttotv*. » (¿overliment House, Hobart lawn, 2)1 arch 25th, 1825. MR HENRY CONDELL is appointed Store- keeper in the Engineer's Department at Hobart Town, vice Mr. William Athorn, who resigns.       £ MR EDWIN NOWELLS is appointed Store- keeper in the Commissariat Department at New Norfolk, vice Mr. Henry Condell, re- signed. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   JOHN MONTAGU,Secretary.   \ «ffittbemmeitt frufUic notice. THE under-mentioned Persons have obtain- ed Ct-itificates and Tickets of Leave during the last Week : Cer'.ificates. $> James Davies Surrey Joseph Richardson. ...Ditto...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

l«MC!IBMmHl.miMM»mm FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1825. That " second thoughts are best," or in other words that the earliest impressions are not uniforaly stamped by reason, is a well authenticated adage to which we can apply our probation est : for the rules which are de- signed to govern our newly establishedCoiut of Requests now appear to us far more in- expedient than they seemed to be at first. Nor do we apprehend that any of our Rea- ders will dissent from our present opinion, when we communicate the cogent reason winch has induced us to form it. We shall however as a preliminary, ask, for what use was the institution of a Couit of Requests so long desired ? Surely to relieve the nu- merous tradesmen whose ledgers are blotted from the first to the last page with debts, which, although if separately viewed appear insignii'icdnt, yet, if taken on the aggregate, become swollen to/a sum perhaps higher than G or £700 ! Well then, may the desir- ed relief be experienced, from a regulation which...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 31st, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

r RUNAWAY NOTICE.         POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 31st, 1825. The under-mentioned Persons, charged as stated against their respective   names, having absented themselves from their usual Places of Residence, all Consta- bles and others are hereby required to use their utmost Exertions to apprehend and charge them in safe Custody. A. W. H. HUMPHREY,       Superintendent of Police.   William Ashbee, 114,5 ft. 7£ in. red hair, ne eyes, 27 years of age, labourer, tiied Kent, March 19, 1821, sentence 7 ars/native place Schorn, in Kent, ar ed in this Colony per Malabar 1821, sear tnight oye-biow, and several about the nth, ticket of leave, last employed as overseer, road party, Blackman's River,   charged with felony, apprehended at Ross   Bridge, and escaped from custody at Jeri cho, March 14,1821.-£2 Reward. Peter Adamson, 119, light br...

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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 April 1825

Sydney Intelligence By the Nereid we have received Sydney Papers to the 10th ult. inclusive. By them we find that the ships Admiral Cockburn, Henry, Philip Dundas, and Phoenix, from this port, had safely arrived.-The brigs De- veron and Governor Macquarie, also from this place, had likewise reached Sydney, though they are not reported in the papers received. -The latter brig arrived in a few hours after the former.-The schooner Endeavour had re- turned from the Society Islands, with 10 tons of pork, 10 tons or arrow root, and 5 tons of cocoa nut oil.- The schooner Prince of Denmark, Captain William Stew-     art, from England the 8th October, had arrived.-The ship Granada, with the re- sidue of the 48tl» Regiment on board, un- der the command of Lieut. Brotheridge, had sailed for Madras, and the brig Ann for the Isle of France.-The Hope, Captain Norris, was expected to sail in a few days for England. -The ship Mangles had sailed for En- gland, having on boa...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

To the EDITOR. SIK,-*-YOU are the poor man's friend, and, as has been said, your Gazette, or in other words a fiee Press, is the greatest blessing yet bestow ed on the Colony. I may ventqie to say that all other-» combined dp not equal it in substantial good ; but to my pulpóse I can only thank you kindly for inserting my last Letter.-Ther tell me it would be unbe- coming a publie functional'y (as thejargon i>>) to notice an anonymous Letter in your l'a Í)ei, but one of m'y purposes has been pei ettly accomplished. A certain Civil Officer's agent, for the disposal of toys, has infoimed some Meichants that the duty has been paid on them, amounting to í 14. This is some thing to be sure ; and I verily believe the notion of toy-selling ; it would be dangeiousj to compete with an as'piiihg embryo Chan- cellor pft the Exchequer», who necessarily possesses his master's confidence, and knows the probable changes and alteiations as to ÜleVenue; 'Imposts-he might, anticipating an alter...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

To the EDITOR. ', ' S>IK^-The frequency of smut in the wheat , ' oftfyb* court trylieing a serious evil,' I) beg leave tp'request'you to insert the following , article from, the work of the .late Robert Forsyth, Esq. in two volumes, entitled the ,', " Principles and Practice of Agriculture." ' *c When I first supposed that the cause /.of sinu£ Ijalls was ov^ing to their dust *ad herjng, io ¿th^graiiis pt wheutri took four - , .. gallons of. wheat which ^bounded with them, , andf rubbed all well together With my hands, ' , * by which most of the bajls were" broken, and [ t|ie'grains of r wheat tinged with the dust, ",i <iu this state it was sown. And believing t f 'at the same time that something of a ', 'j( cleqtisir'g pâture was all that was neces !ff /[ sary, to remove the^cause, I took two bush ," 'Y els of tth,e same parcel of wheat, which, after'heing well winnowed','was token toa - brook, and washed iu the following manner . ~ ty\\*.^ gallon at a timV'was put int...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

, -000-, . To the EDITOR. Sin.-The following cross-readings were furnished by a late Sydney Paper, and if you think they may excite'a lew innocent smiles, pray publish thom to oblige, ' ' ' " r , ( », ,' '" EO\N SECUNDUS. Mrs. J-»-s respectfully announces her1 fp tention of receiving after the present vacation -a very handsome clfesnut gelding1, about 14 hands high, and only four'years old, warrant- ed free from vice or blemish. St. JamesS church. The Committee lequest the renters of pews to-be-¡raffled for at Mr. Lord's rooms, Maequarie-street, for the benefit of a widow and five children. Families, Captains of ships, and others supplied with--thanks to the pub- lic for the support they have hitherto met with. Just arrived per the brig Ann, from the Isle of Fiance-a Farm situate at the Ne- pean, and a respectable middle aged woman to take charge of salt-petre. To be sold-3V|r. Jacob Josephton, Poit wine by the gallon, and religious tracts-by the bag. i

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

;, i. - XqMie. EDITOR,. I Srn,-With'great submission I-beg to ofier¡ the following remarks, in the sin'cere hope,' they limy be use'ful to the Public:- ¡ , It appear^ that the hegistsar and Attor nies ot the Supi erne Court are entitled to thefr fees in sterling money, by an Order in Coun- cil fro alf England; and Upon their own au- thority they value the'dollar a>t 4s, or 25 per cent.-'ihey^.mosty-igidlynexact this exoiy»!-» tant premium,} to the »gi eat injury? of the suij tors m Courjt,, and especially;" tiie^ pool* debj tor. It will,be needless to ,expatia£e, on the; injustice (of such a state of things; it lias been but too severely felt;,and at length îencleredf.an application to fits HONOR the LIUJTENAN/F GovLRNuu imperative, which, greatly ,to ,his credit, received that piompt attention it merited, and in ni) opinion, tup reply of thßvLiELTCNANT GOVERNOR puts the case on .its proper fooling. Admitting his Want of | power to compel the Attornies/to receive the fees otherw ...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

ad I -7^1 il) *-'?>']',' v I , .,l 'Vf, .. .) ".'?-;Ui , ?ii To, the EDITOn. ' . > } > :t "Si «^Pinding that severál^persons are now, turhhkg'tlheir attention to that valuable,pro-' auction of our Island, the extract of. wattle lîark, and that this article is likely to become v a very extensive export, I, hope that'the " following hint may not üe^-wholly «thrown s awayétpon the Public. It is evident that if the baijk/of any tree is stripped off allround, that tree;no longer receiving any nourish- ment above the wound must die ; but if the precaution is taken of leaving a small piece of thebaVk the whole length of the tree, say the widt,hdf three lingers, the circulation of the" sàp goes ou in its natural State, the tree recovers and the bark grows again. These va- luable trees are becoming.very scarce in some ^pla'ces^but if the ab, ove suggestion. be at- tended to, i trust that they will long conti tob.er<gi?,b'e found in abundance. -I; am, Sir, your most obedie...

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Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

Deaths. It is with unfeigned regret we have to announce the premature death, in the very prime of life of Mrs. EVANS, wife of GEORGE WILLIAM EVANS Esq., Surveyor General of this Colony, on the night of Wednes- day last, at New-town House, in a fit of apo- plexy. She had walked to Hobart Town in the course of the day, and was in the most perfect health at the moment of the fatal at- tack. Thus suddently have her family and     friends been deprived of an excellent mother, a zealous friend, and an affectionate wife ; leaving her disconsolate husband and large family to deplore a loss, the severity of which they feel with unspeakable grief. We have this week to record, after a pro-   tracted illness, the lamented death, on Saturday morning last, of JOHN MARGETTS; Esq. M. D. In this testimony of respect to his eminent abi- lities, we offer the effusions of a whole commu- nity, for never was a more general sympathy of condolence paid by all ranks to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

ßptttYitmatt annlácntiúl <©rfc¿m Government Mov<se, Hobart Town, April 6th, 1825. IEUTENANT-Cblonel J3AHOUU, 40th Li Reçt. is appointed Commandant at Port Ddlijmple, vice Lieutenant-Colonel CAMI. BOV, 3d Kegt. pioceeding to/New South Wales. - ' \ ~, ' ' ' LIEUTENANt MURDOCK, on tlie'Hujf pay of the 35th Regt, is appointed Coni (oMüdant of Mai ia Island/ By Command of fit is Honor fl'he Lieutenant Governor, ,,', JOJH>* Mo» r A au. Secretary. Itóobmtmént aub 1$ent vUi <®rfcrr0. I Secretary'^ Oßce, Hobart Town, J 4pril7th, 1825. THE Officeis at the tlea'ds" of the seVeia! Public Departments are hereby required [to lui nish to tins Ollici.-, on or before the 18th [Instant, the usual Oilicidl Reports and HA. [turns, m Duplicate, fur the Quarter cailhigÊS faist Match, 1825. ^ Hy Command of His Honor 'The Lif »tenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. pSûumuîîf nt ann Courrai CDrörrs*. Government House, Hobart Town, April 7th, 1825. I? HONOR, the LI TUTE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

MB. I). KKII has lately landed from the Admiral Cockburn, a variety of Goods which he intends to dispose of on the most reasonable Terms, either for Ca«h, Wheat, or Wool, viz-Ar few ladies' fancy Worked diesses, bobinetand bobin lace,ribbons,sew- ing silks and cottons, pins, needles, threads and tapes, frilled calico shirts, fine blue jack- ets and tiowsers, striped cotton shirts, mar- cella and Valentia waistcoats, plaid jackets and trowsers, mens and youths' black aiid drab hats ; ladies' bonnets and riding hats ; chil- drens' fancy bonnets and hats, with bands and feathers; artificial flowers; apaiiof capital globes; Port wine in di aught and bottle ; sheiry in bottle, double brown stout and Edinbuih ale in bottle, Jamaica rum, French capers, essence of anchovies, mushroom ket- chup, soy, pickled salmon in kits ; tea, sugor, tobacco, soap, mustard in bottles ; pepper, salt, starch and blue, a valery of snuff* by the'bov or jür, plain and cut tumblers, wine glasses, decanters, wat...

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Sydney Intelligence. (From the AUSTRALIAN.) Representation of the course of the barque Swallow, and her situation when she struck on an unhnown reef. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. (From the AUSTRALIAN.)   Representation of , the course of the barque     Swallow, and her situation when she struck , an an unknown reef.     (On Thursday, Dec. 2, arrived the       barque Swallow, Captain Black, from Manil-   la. She sailed on the 28th of August, bound   to South America, but put in for repairs in   consequence of having been on shore on an unknown reef in the North Pacific, in lat.   7. 37. N. and lon. 154. 38. E.") Vide the 1 Australian of December 9, 1824.   N. N.   At 9 15. A. M.   S*   -     Lat.7.36.30.N. ** S * Here the   Long. 154.37.E. **.*, Swallow   . - Reef of Rocks. struck 7 45 ' "* » P. M. Oct. J '*' **H , '13,1824. Noon S**Lat 7.27.30     &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, April 7th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

RUNAWAY NOTICE.     POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,     April 7 th, 1825.         The under-mentioned Persons, charged as     stated against their respective Names,     having absented themselves from their usual   place of Residence, all Constables and others   are hereby required to use theiiv utmost Ex- ertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe   custody A.W.H. HUMPHREY, Superintendent of Police.   William Ashbee (114), 5ft. 7 1/2in. red hair, - P eyes, 27 years of age, a labourer, tried   Kent March 19, 1821, sentence 7 years, , native place Schorn, in Kent, arrived in this colony per Malabar 1821, scar over right eye-brow, and several about the mouth, tick- et 0f leave, last employed as overseer, road party, Blackmail's River, charged with felo-   ny...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 April 1825

  Ship News     Arrived on Wednesday from Port Jackson, the Colonial brig Governor Macquarie, Cap- tain Thompkins, having on board upwards of     2000 bushels of wheat for the Commissariat Stores ; also, on private speculation, a quan- tity of flour, tea, sugar, &c. Brings letters and papers to the 24th ult. No passengers. Sailed on Saturday last for Sydney, the ship Valetta, Captain Phillips, owner, having on board the greater part of the tea which she brought from China. No passengers, but, takes a mail up.               *** Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs. Six-pence Halfpenny, Currency.       Sitting Magistrate-James Scott, Esq.

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