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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 7, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 7, 1827. THE Period for which "the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Certi- ficates have been granted to them accordingly. Willam Flinn, (Duplicate), Baring (2) John Hurst, Caledonia William Palmer, Ditto William Rayner, Com. Hayes William Wellard, Ld. Hungerford James M'Evoy, Dorothy Patrick Dabbs, Claudine Charles Millington, Ditto William Holt, Maria John Heningway, Ditto . James Rayner, Juliana   William Catlin, Ditto Charles Howes, Guildford (4) George Larkin, Ditto Thomas Russ, Ditto William Weston, Guildford   Samuel Garrod, Ditto     John Cassell, Shipley (3)   Edward Fitzgerald, Castle Forbes. By Command of His Excellency,       The Lieutenant Governor J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 March 1827

Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land. & O TICE is hereby given, that the Second Term for 1827, will commence on monday me tecondday of April next. By Order of His Honor the Chief Justice. JAMES WOOD, C. S. C.   HOPKINS'S STORE. MR. HOPKINS has received per the Cale donia and other late arrivals the following goods : Gentlemen's Wellington boots and shoe«, Ladies' boots and shoes, Childrens ditto, Alum, copperas and vinegar, Hair brooms and brushes of various sorts, Butchers' knives and steels, Long clasp ditto, Pocket and other combs, Day & Martin's paste and bottle blacking Gunpowder and shot, Screw augers from half to two inches, Iron tea-kettles and boilers, English candle moulds, 4 and 6. Window glass, 8 x 10, 10 x 12, IO x 14, 12 x 14, 14 x 20, Linseed oil, white lead, red, yellow and black paint, Round bar iron 8-8ths, 3-4ths, 7-8ths, and 1 inch, Flat bar iron one and a-quarter, one and a half, one and three-quarters and two inches Superior cut wine-...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office^ Feb. 26, 182,7. , 17ÏTIÏ a view to Public convenience and utility^notive i\ Ix-reby given to all Persons cnüosing their Lands on the li' e of ? allic He a ds y i hat tiny must led ve a clear sp me if . bUly Feet for the forth a Ho n <f h Carriage Road and Foot path :--a7id% that in Toienahips ulla? ButhJt'gs ure about io be constructed^ the Plans must Le first snb/hiiicd io the Actir.g Sinvfyor Genera!, in order thal no deviation from the uniformity cf the line of Stree!) or enaouci.menl irpun the Highway^ may take place. , in every case uhere due observante (f this ¡Irgulaiton i. nail be neglected, neither Grants nur Leakes teilt le issued^ i ni legal measures for the im mediale rómcval of the '/an- ti a nee will be forthwith adopted. This Notice mill not affect those Persons"who have al- ready enclosed their Land¡>9 cr erected Buildings under dry former Regulation* » By Cammand of The Lieutenant Governor, _ J, BfTftVf...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

-- - -----I I .....-1-n1r-. I. - GOVERNMENT ORDER. .,- -. . '.J ' Colonial Secretary's Office, March 5. 18.27. \ IT being the desire of His t Majesty's Government, that the utmost activity should prevail in the management arid . control rflhe Convicts, width object will be ¿refill?/ fur- thered by the observance of early hours in the ti ansactions . ¡if the Government l The Lieutenant Gi vernor requests the attention of the Public Officers to the Circulât* addressed to thcrn on the 24th of October last, and regrets that A j should find it necessary to repeat his desire, that every ~ Public Office may be opened by the head of the department yuncluaUy at nine o'clock» As serious inconvenience io the Public Service has alisen from Hie delay whick has frequently occurred in the transmission of answers when suljccls are referred to the different departments for iiformation, The Lieutenant Governor directs that strict attention be paid, to this neces- sary branch of Public duty, and that ...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

'y ?. '.. ? ..? GOVERNMENT ORDER: :''?'- >' ; '.. " ?,' Colonial Secretary'^ Office, Mareil 8, 1827. I,V.having been represented lo Tis Lieutenant Governor ' that the intention of the Government Notice of the c¿Hth of '. December, 1826, has fren miaunderslood I y so^nevety re- spectable Settlers, His Excellency feels convinced that this impression will be immediately .removed upon his assuring - them that there is no desire on the part of (le Local Governr . merit lo introduce any unnecessary scrniiiiy, bul thaï the positive instructions of the Secretary of State require fit' que fit and His most detailed, accounts of Ike agricultural state of the Colony, which the prescribed form (f applica ' lion j or servants, is barely calculated io afford. If-rig lilly received, ii, must be a very gratifying cmisi~ derail an io this 'Community, that His Majesty7 s Govefu u went have iahen so lively an interest injhe we fare of the Colony, as to have, deemed it necessary to require such 'mi- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of God ef the United Kingdom of Great Britain and . Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth. ". .;v Iii tie Administration of JAMES STEERS, late of Woolmers, near Launceston, Yeoman, \ deceased, '?'.???' ,;. *'!¿" '? ; ; : ?'??' .."''*?' '. To the ne.tl of Kin of the said James Steers, and ali'Christian People, yu;';,?*"?"?*-."- :.-:';v'>"";'T .GREETING :--? ' ': ? .'"- ? v-: /'* .' '??:v-: v-f^v. yoi/" ure hereby cited and warned io be and appear ia ' .Our Supreme Court of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction for P*an Diemen''s Land and its Dependencies, at the Cour'.-herne al Hohart'loivn, on Monday theQd (lay of April next to shew .Cause why Administration cf the Goods, 'Chattels and Credits ef the said. James Steers, should not be granite to James King, of H ob art-town, aforesaid, Gentleman, a Cre- ditor of the said James Steers. * fFitness the Honorable John lewes Pedder, Our Chief > ! ; Justice of Van Biemen's Land; the %d day of March ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

Commissariat Office, March 14, 1827. REQUIJÎED for the Public Service Hie > under-mentioned articles, viz Two coils 15 thread ratline Oríe coil 6 ditto ditto x » Six cwt. junk " " ! Si.v 4 inch single blocks l SLv 4 inch double ditto . ~ One hundred and ninety yards canvas No.ß Si& palm irons, ' Two bower cables ' One warp 1 One mariners^ compass Four composition rings Two hundred and twenty pounds junk Twelve pounds lamp black ~ Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tenders for , Stores9* with the prices slated in ivords at length for the whole, or any part of fke above, will be received at this Office, until 12 o'olock of Wednesday the 21 st current. * Samples to be sent to the Ordnance Store- keeper on the same day. A. Moodie, A. C. G. , ..-1-,_?_±__- . Commissariat Offices March 14, 1827. TENDERS will be received at this Office until 1# o'clock of TVednestf'ty fhp 2\st current for the completion of the Brick IVork required for the addition to the Penitentiary :--The Contracto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

The weather.-î%e corn is ñuto nearly all cut dornet and'generally housed*, ^ Wheat con» Í innes at a dollat, andl bread, v however tin- . accountably, 4cd» a loaf, Barley is speedily bóugh*\upat,5s. Slight showers with wind h ave occurred during the week. Thermometer i 46ltor 1$;' barometer, 29Je to$9.9> \}"; \s r »? ooooo ' » r "-'^^ ^ *' v 3 v f .2tf&' ÚfÚÜÜfRERÉ has the pleasure io M* nounce to his Friends and the Public, that he has tidvices of and expects d¡aily a large in- vestment of superior Hyson and Souchong Teas per lh* ship Marquis of Lansdown froin Syd-\ ney at such prices as will enable him lo dispose of them on very liberal terms»" .i'i . II iii j i i 1. 'ii » -m--?->»fci ii i ii i i»^#»-?-tm " TO BE SOLD, WITHIN 12 miles of HobarNtoitfn, and. - r r r close,to Water carriage, a FARM of 800acress witii a large and commodious House, fit for the reception of a respectable family, and offices | attached. Upwards of 100 acres are in cultiva- ",¡ tiori and a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

::.''":TÔ;:'BË"LET, a convenient Brick Cottage, situated ia Patrick-street, lately occupied by ;"?'??. 3VÍr:II. Darley, containing three good Rooms; with Kitchen, &c. in excellent repair. Also a large Yard and'Garden in high cultivation. Cos? ; session can be given immediately. For par titu- lará apply to Thomas Atkinson, Campbell-street. NOTICE.-The undersigned has authorised . his Overseer to impound any Cattle or ^hecp found trespassing on his Grant of 2000 acros, of land, situated at Sah Pan Plains, bououcd^pn the south side by an east lino of 12_ ehaitís^ from a marsh on a creek, until a north ii ne of 20 chains cut the south-west angle of a Graut to W. Kimberley, senior ; on the east side by ^. Kimberley, junior's Grant,, and a liörÜi iiae.of .18 chains ; on the north side by a west line to the east angle of Hilly er s Grant, and o a the weat aide by the Granta of Hillyer and Lansdale. ; H. Davis, Launeeston. - March 5,1827. '.- ' - V^;- ?; Wanted Jmmedlately, tour goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

Patronised (miSSSSing)   MR. GIBLIN of Kangaroo Point, near the Ferry to Hobaty-town; respectfully announce to the inhabitants of this Colong, that he shall foe enabled tooppn his A^ the 25th instant; w&ö^^ select number of young Gehtlemen^ JEiiSoterms wilt be as follows:~             For those under 10 years of age £60 per ann. Above 10, £65 ditto           Above 12 and finishing, £70 ditto An abautement made where more than one pupil (miSSSSing) The course of instruction comprises the Greek, Latin and French languages ; Arithmetic in all its branches ; plain and ornamental Writing ;   Eeadinig, Grammar, History^hrtíincílogy^ Gejo- - ^ráphy, Astrpnpmy¿ Mensur¿^dn|?Merchants' - Accorhpts, été. ócc. Stenography, Land     Surveying and Navigation where required. The principles of Drawi...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.       Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. George Bowhill, and Mr. George Williams, Pilots on the River Tamar and Waters of Port Dalrymple. Mr. James Parish is removed from the situation of   Pilot at Port Dalrymple. By Command of His Excellency     The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.  

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

î "» Î ^ ' ' ' ! \ V - » POLICE ÏNTELtlGENCE, Samuel tfuldfy who has dealt jo largely in shfièpin the - neighbourhood of Jericho,, has been apprehended; and com- mitted to gaol on a charge of felony. He was found secret" ed in a house in the suburbs of the town. James ferris fully tomm^itted for trial, for a robbery in the King*s store some Unie ago, when George Dudfield a prisoner lost proper^ te a lar^e amount, :_ tVilUám fyilson anaI James Cassidy are commitjed fur trial for soliciting andina theEdinburgh*4ushrattan Company, to commit a felony ia their Store on the wharf * ? The three men, ffaywood, Scott anfrfoffiseHf implicated'' in theT treasury bills, lately discovered -to^be for)y pries en thé Commissariat ai Sydùey, are commitlédfor trîau . JV<?-'"" 4hingfurther lids yet been elicited respecting Jhem^ Shar* J 'man wasdisçhàrgeâ'forwant ofsufficient evidence. 7" j . .'.'... ' .. ..' " '? ' ?',?? ^ ? - ^ ' '_ s . , ^ _ V''"-' Two prisoners Ulat Ice, and tfaughdn ar...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1827. Whatever appears in this paper, not official, is at the sole control and responsibility of the editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

HOBART TOWN, Saturday, March 17, 1827. -00000 Whatever appears in this paper, not official, is at   the sole control and responsibility of the editor. -00000-   On Tuesday, agreeably to the advertisement, a numerous and respectable meeting of the free   inhabitants of the colony, assembled at the Court house to petition the King and both Houses of Parliament, for Trial by Jury and a House of Assembly. Our confined limits forbid our en- tering upon a lengthened detail of the proceedings The Sheriff having taken the chair requested the speakers to confine themselves to the purpose of the meeting. Mr. Gellibrand, senior, in a neat and appropriate speech moved the address to the King, which was seconded by Mr.   E. Lord. Mr. Meredith then stood up and proposed as   an amendment "that the meeting should appoint a commit-   tee to frame the petition with more deliberation, and to col lect the voices of such gent...

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GOVERNMENT' NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. Mary, the wife of Patrick Lynch, Morley (3) James Little, James Lovatt, Elizabeth Burrell, alias} Leviston }     John Heather Meshach Colvin Thomas Eakins Stone Guildford (4) Ditto Friendship Caledonia (I) Ditto Juliana By Command of His Excellency     The Lieutenant Governor,     J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 21, 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service, the undermen- tioned articles, viz :-- * " - ^-- ¡. Henty Paper ten reams', Indian Rubber, three dozen bottle*, Ink Powders, red, six dozen, ' [ Quills, two thousand, . * ' * k : * J CalfSkins, dressed, six, - ¡ ' Cart Wheel Tyre, 3 inches by $-4ths inch, 12 set*. ' Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tenders for Stores," wtth the prices stated in words al length, will be received , at this Office, until noon on Tuesday tlle^ 97th instant. Samples tobe sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store keeper. By. Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governory _, _ J. Burnett.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

- GEORGE the FOURTH,by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of ¡he Faith, and so forth. , * In tlie Administration of JAMES STEERS, late of Woolmers**; near Lawnton, Yeoman, deceased, To the next of Kin of the said James Steers, and all Christian People, GREETING : YOU are hereby cited ana* warned to pe and appear in Our "Supreme Court of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction for Van Diemen*s Land and Us Dependencies, tit the Court-house, al Hobart- own, on Monday the 2rf day of April next, to shew Cause why Administration of the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said James Steers, should not be granted to James King, of H ob art-town, aforesaid, Gentleman, a Cre iiior of the said James Steers. Witness the Honorable John Lewes Pedder, Our Chief Justice of Van Diemen*s Land, the Qd day of March in the eighth Year of Our Reign* (Signed) J. I. PEDDER* G. Butler, Proctor for the said James King. Patronised by His Royal Highness The Duke of Clarence ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

T. E. CANNINGTON returns his sincere thanks to this numerous Friends and the Public for the liberal encou- ragement he has met with in the several branches of busi- ness in which he has been engaged during the short time he has been in the Colony, and having dissolved co-partnership with- Mr. Watchorn, begs leave lo acquaint them, thal having received from England, a new and complete set of Machinery for the manufacturing of Candles, and also a supply of the best Oxford and Turkey cotton, he has cow 'menced the above business on his premises adjoining the. Hounslotv Mill. He also at the same place offers for sale, Black sar snet, mull and jaconet muslins, silk and c'otion handkerchiefs, net, thread, pins and needles, children's socks, men*s and womeri*s stockings, dark, blue and light coloured prints, black linen calico, men*s and boys' waistcoats, jackets, frowsers, English shoes, candles, lamp cotton and oil, soap, tea, sugar, tobacco, tomahawks, shoe-makers'1 pincers and hammers,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

$2t Erratum.-In the Government Notice of K March 20, 1827, inserted in the first page of this Gazette, for Mr. John Sinclair rßad Mr. John Anderson. -oooQooo-*-,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. i Colonial Secretan/* Offiee, March £0, 1887. HIS- Excellency The Lieutenant Governed hat been phased lo-approve of the following alteration tit the Police : Mr. John Sinclair^ to be Chief Constable for Jhe county of Cornwall^ vice Monds, removed. By Command of HU Excellency5 ' J, Buhsbtt,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

GOVERNMENT ¿NOTICIO. Colonial Secretar9fe- Office, March g], 1837. RJ&QUIHED for the Public Service, the undermen- tioned articles, viz :-- . , 100 Bushels Lime liair, % Ream» Blotting Paper* 6 Ditto Cartridge ditto, 2 i Pair»- Cart Arm*, 12 Butcher^ Knives, 6 Ditto Steels, , 6 Hair Brooms, Tendera sealed and endorsed " Tinder* for Stores," : with the prices stated in words at langi ti, will be received -at this Office, until noon 4>n Tuesday the 27/A instant» Samples1 lo be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store* keeper. _ ^ By Command of Iii* Ex nette ney The Lieutenant Giyemior, _?* _'_J. BtJilftETW. Engineer's Office, March 20, 1827." TEND EUS.for Ure Lease of the PUNT, at New JVor <folk,for\one ¡Tear from the \*t of April next, will he ne* ceiv,ed ai the Engineer's Office^ on or before I he 29//* initiant. The particulars mny be seen al thin Office. Richard Türtos, Engineer, Commissariat Office, Launceston, March 8, 1827. TENDERS will be received at th...

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