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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

y V>V-B1T»¡WEsr -EXTRACTS. « - Initie Elizabeth, Captain Swero, which ar- gued here on Wednesday, we haye received hies of fsjdney papers to the 11th ult., fiom winch we make the following extiacts : Mr. PELL having forfeited his grant of a million of ames at Swan River, by arriving after the day to whit h he voluntauly bound himself in his ne otintions with Go\ 11 nment, is now waiting the n suit of his appeal to tht ''Seuiiarv of Slate for some new arrangement His prqpertv, consistai.; Of provisions, implements and all kinds of manu- factured go ds, to Hi« value of ±35,000, is lying on the beach, unprotected from the weather, and exposed to constnnt depre ^ dation. Ho has will him between three and four bundled men whom lie has lo \vxy and victual in perfect idleness peud jttg his appeal Jo England They are said to be, on the whole, a worthless and dishonest set This combination of lnisfor tunes is to be lamented by every feeling mind, for whatever dillerencc of opinion may he ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 2, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

HOBART TOWN: JULY 2, 1830. , . Let it be.impressed upon your minds, let, it,, he instilled into1 ? your children, 'that the Libertv of the l*ressis,tbe¡Ealla-! .ilium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. . j ' ',' ? A <. ; ' ' _ ..' -' > ' 'Jttnius. Y'^The1 continued atrocities of the Aborigines,! .andithe increased^ system and organization which' .appear ;to mark their movements,, are the occa-j . sion of serious anxiety and alarm thrbtighöütj 'tile Colony^ and rehder it the, duty of.everyi individuál.-i'rio1 matter what- his 'condition1,, tp! lend a co-operative hand towards .putting.-an; L'^^T^ÍT-ÍSWÍ'Í-¿¿.' ïv; V/;.vr- '.'.-..? r... ^. ,~C:i:v£r,:^MS¿í!m ¡ .eriit'tô the unnatural 'and cruel system of .war-! fate th.it unfoi tunately exists between them and - \<\J> ! i iii J - I " ourselves.,, ^ i TVe entnely feel, not only the difficulty, but the impoittmce, of the subject, and/in approach- ing it-differing as we are aware we d6 from ma...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

Quarter Sessions.           On Monday last these Sessions took place by adjournment, present JOSEPH HONE, Esq., Chairman, P. A. MULGRAVE, Esq., JOSIAH SPODE, Eiq., and JOHN KERR, Esq. , George Clare,, Walter Simpson, and Thomas Smith were   severally found guilty of stealing and receiving a quantity of laths, the property ot Mr. Petchey, of the Waterloo Tavern, in Davey-street. Two of the prisoners were at the time of the robbery a part of the chain gang, working in the burial ground, and took an opportunity of stealing the laths, at an early hour of the morning, when passing Mr. Petchey's pre- mises. The property was subsequently found at the house of   the prisoner Clare, who was messenger, acting as deputy overseer over the gang when he connived at this transaction.. The Court animadverted upon the improper practice of ex- posing any description of property in the open street, holding out a...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

sm? NEWS. JUNK 3ft.-Arrived the brig Elizabeth, Captain Swan, from Sydney the I3lh June, w itb a genei al cargo.-Passen- ger, Mi. und Mis. M'Lachlun and child, Captain Weni woith and L'ldy, Lioutenant Briton, Mr. and 'Mrs. Thorn,' Mr. »tod Jljs. ColerMr,. Farnell, »frl Bipwn, Air. Lath-i man, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Henry Wilson, Mary Ann Wilson, Mr. Jermot, Mr. Wells, Mr. Humillen, Mi. James Thom XRpl MrT¿ol¡u Wright, aiulMhryiWtighïÎA, >uL'< JUNI: 27.-Sailed the ship Wanstead, Captain Fiiend, for Sincapnre, Calcutta, and London, with 73 packages of wine, stationery, haberdashery, corks, canvas, gunpowder, hops, plate, mm, »00 bars ii on, 12,000 blicks, 20*00 pantiles', rlO.OOO plain ditto, 29 casks cement, &c, 14 barrels black- ing, & 142 packages paintei's colours.-Pai.sengers, Mis. M. CtIJriend, Miss Roberts, and Messrs. G. L. Gloster, Robert Gralnm, and John Croker. > _ ( "JUNE 29.-Sailed the biig Norval, Captain John Morrison, with part of het inward ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

BRITISH EXTRACTS.       The Duke of WELLINGTON'S administration is fruitful of rumours. Some journals insist that it is near its dissolution. We do not ailect to possess the means of confirming or refuting this assertion, but we may state what we do know, leaving   inferences to others. There has been, and we should be justi- fied in saying there is, a difterence of opinion between his Grace and an illustrious Personage, arising from the exercise of the royal prerogative in pricking for sheriffs. How the matter may be accommodated, or whether it be likely to termínate in the breaking up of the ministry, is as yet matter of speculation. We suspect, however, there will be no Catholic sheriff- if so, the Minister will have but one course to pursue.- Atlas PORTUGAL.- A letter from Lisbon furnishes some par- ticulars of the decease of the Dowager Queen of Portugal. It says that the confusion consequent on the death of the  ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 July 1830

Por Cockburn Sounds ° THE Ship NANCY. W. PEYCE, Esq. Commander, being daily expected from Sydney, will call at this Port for such Freight ; and Passengers   as may offer .and will remajn 21 Days.-For Freight or Passage apply to                     W. WILSON.                             Church at New Town. HobartTown, June 14, 1830.           IT being the intention of the Government to commence forthwith two Establishments at New-town,   on a large scale for Male and Female Orphans, as also for the Children of poor distressed Parents; and several of the     Inhab...

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Stanzas TO A LOCK OF HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

> ' ' '\ Stanzas ; ^ ? .'"? '."''« " . TO A LOCK OF HAIR, ' ''' í ?" Pear, lovely pledge, sincere and true/' , Sweet friendship's highly valued gift j/ ' * Whene'er thou meet'st my wand'nng vievv, i ' My drooping soul, thou dost uplift; And many along and diearyhour, , t Is cheeri'd by thy all coothing pow'r. il I gaze on thee and think-alaS ' ' Ul times, when e\ery happy day, » W°ild sweetly and untroubled pass t And unperceived, glide swift away ; But now the moment-, seem as yeurs, , And happiness is changed for t" us. I snateh a look and then a sigh Of grief escapes my lab'ung breast ; , My throbbing heart in vain would try , , y To gain a single moment's rest ; For oh ' what time will e'er levslore, l That peace the mind halb lost before?» ' )! But come, thou lovely tress again, > And let me once moro dream of bliss ; Come ' ease me of .1 moment's pam, < And let me these bad thoughts dismiss, ' And then, I'IMay thee next my heart, And thou and I will never part...

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A friendly Dish of Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

& ¿Frtntmg Bwf) of W. Of all the ills thai fate résolves forme, This most I di ead-a friendly dish oj tea, ' Hie e-irly hour enjoin d, moments the wrong. For thus the penince is both slnrp and long. Lie hall the rites ol dinner aie complete, A formal train of ancient swales meei, Their ebon e of senti the first half hour employs, Hie window beie, and tbeie the door annoys. Then fiequeut repetitions tire the e i Of nieanless speeches, du.I iml insincere, Enqumes made by those who J tile heed The answers, though they mar'c Hiern by "Indeed* Though for each other's health «one care i pin, Some ask, scarce tenoning how else to begiu , Then go the round of all the f imily tribe, At whom, «hen absent, they both joke and jibe. Next, each her stock ol public news details Woe lo the absent, when that topic t ills ' At length arrives the equipage ol tea, And welcome, most welcouu , is the sound to me. The cups Vtithdi ivtn, a solemn pause ensues Portentous silence réigûs- hey sit and ...

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Epigram. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

rt i _'. ï&Ptfftam. i( V"« *'««*? " Dear Pat," said a Priest, .. 'us better yon know, iii > uv* «« > Tojtbe lioùse where chore's, mourning, thai) feasUngíjo go>;'$4J« ' "Och! jour Keveience ís^right now.," exclaimed thoaestí-w¡ - I For good Afingr, good drinking, good fun and all that j " ' i And a skinful of whiskey, with pleasure ta take, V I No feast ever spread, oa» compare with a v.akt," ->

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

          SHIP NEWS. The following is the cargo of the Elizabeth, Capt. Swan - -35 packages, 25 cases, and 3 casks oranges , 30 half pipes, 11 casks, and 1 ease wine , 100 half pipes and 2G pipes Cape wine , 39 casks vinegar , 70 kegs, 20 hrkins, and 23 casks butlei , 7 casks and 1 c ise cheese , 330 cheeses , 27 bartels, and 10 bhds pork , 10 casks beef ,^6 half pipes Geneva ; 1 pipe burndy , 1(18 pieces cellar, 50 bag's rice , 67 packages,! .consisting ot glass, coal lar, bags, glass, spades, whalium gear, ".Icopper and copper bolts and nail«/ iron hooks, Jiars of iron.j ironmongery, Ttusetd oil, slops, furniture", 14Thorses, "li cows and 2 calvis -Agent, W. Wilson, Esq. JULY 3 -Airived the barque Orelia, W Hudson, Com- mander, Iroiu Port Louis, via Swan Ri\er, 15th ultimo, having on boaid 13 tasks wine, 32 ditto rum, 2,123 bags Sugar, and a quantity of agi ¡cultural implements.-Passen gois, Lieutenant Pedder, (03d l...

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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

Literary Varieties« It has not been amoiigi the leas^remarkable '?..of the effects of the present friendly'intercourse bejtweéñ Great Britain'1 and the Continent, that form'gn manners, as well as foreign dresses and foreign dishes, to which, formerly, our imitation was chiefly confined,' have latterly/made very .considerable iiiro'ads upon the,good old-fashion- ed straightforwardness -for which, Englishmen .are generally distinguished. It may be the .eifecl of piejudice," probably of education; but for our parL-.Mhe light frivolity of the well-bred ¡L-'retichman, agreeable as it is to some, is little linne torour taste, when compared with honest growling John Bull, than would beone of %is kiçk-shaw fricassees after a hard'day's ramble .'iiY ¿he bush.' There "is a vacuity in them-an ', absence of a substantial, something, which soon -weaiies. /Even their amusements partake of the same nature, more frequently resembling^ vviuil might be expected from children than men and women who ha...

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Original Communications. To the Editor, of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

"î-~-û-'.' »? - iii''* Original Communications« ' I -J , , To the Editor, of the Colonial Times. ( ' , SIR,-I am glad to find that many practical farmers in the interior are this winter turning their attention to feeding sheep upon turnips and bay. By following this much approved old English system of feeding oil a certain number of full-mouthed sheep upon a turnip field, the Settler improves the condition of his land superior to any other means that can be resorted to For land, thus prepared, it is universally admitted is better for growing wheat or other corn, than the first year it W&S ploughed , and, in many of the most fertile parts of tins Island, where the injurious system of cultivating wheat alone I on the same land successively for ten or twelve years has been I the custom, by which the soil is completely worn out, this I method of improving the lind, by changing the ciops, is the moie called for A deal of the land so exhausted, will scan ely < defray th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

lor Launceston. THE fine, First-class Brig ELIZA- BETH, Í00 Tons Burthen, OLIVCR SWAN, ¡Jsqü, H. N., Commander, will sail for the abo\e Port in 14 days. . TbU vessel has excellent Accommodation for Passengers. 1 For F-eight or passage apply to W. WILSON. Holart Town, July 9,1830. For Cockburn Sound* THE Ship NANCY, W. PRYCE, __arma_m Esq» Commander, being daily expected fiom Sjdûë>', will oaU ut this Port for such Freight and Passen- gers as may offer, and will remain $1,Day*.-For Freight or Passage appjf tb " , _. w. ^yILS0N. Church at New Town« ' Hobart Town, June 14, 1830. ÏT being the intention of the Government to commence forthwith two1 Establishments at New-town, . «o a large scale, for Male and Female Orphans, as also for Ihe Children of poor distressed Parents ; .md several of the Inhabitant!) having expressed an an-uous desire that a Church should be connected with these Establishments, and also their nish to conti ¡bute to its erection, in conjunction with he Governmen...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 9, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

HOB¿.S.TTOWHí JULY 9, 1830, ' tM -,,: , .Let it be impressed'upon your minds, let it be'instilled into your children, that the Liberty of -the Press is the Palhi 1 'djuui of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Right's. . . ' , . Jilnius. \ I. I IM - If we are'to credit all- that is published in, 'this Colony as extracts from the English News- paper, we may expect that some great and . »extraordinary convulsion is on the eve of .breaking out-; but, .for our part, we know so weil what confidence to place in opinions so f'otmed, that we are not of the number of those who attach any importance to the subject, Evei sitice the world began,-or at least silice^ 'it assumed an organised foim,--there have betiti',' every where, a certain class of people whd delight in foreboding evil; they oan see no- thing as other people do-can interpret nothing 'tiley read, excepting to feed their own vampyre , appetites-and are sure to select, if the oppor- tunity .of selection be afforded, such mate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 July 1830

[ADVERTISEMENT.] SIR, - The strong degree of feeling that has been excited in favour of the five Bush-rangers, Morton, Cowden, Sainter,   Laughton, and Stuart, who are erroneously stated to have absconded from my service, and the prejudice endeavoured to be excited against me and my family, on their account,   induce me to offer to the Public the following statement of facts, as it cannot now be supposed lo have any influence either one way or other on their sentence, which must have been   decided upon by His Excellency before this can be published. On the first of May, 1829, I rented my farm of Tallisker to Messrs. Robert and George Stuart and my eldest son, and at the same time transferred to their service nine men, among whom were the five above named. These men   continued with the Messrs. Stuart till the 10th of July, when they absconded, for what reason I know not. Being aware that my family were at Cleggin unprotected (myse...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

SHT* IfEWSt JüLY 1!-Soiled t'ie ship Flora, Captain Sherriff, for Sydnei, with patt of her import caigo, and the following from this port -10 oases copper, li cases muskets, and 1 ense flasks and belts.-Passengeis, John Geprue-Brig'.rsr Esa, Mr,^iniam^Lyáll,íMr.,TbomasrJVtai(nj, fMÜtíff Dartov#í~Shef$s,«ince put^ack thrôugl» str«*«< of weather^ y, f% r^els remain m«i ftfUt'4 ¡\ M ,. , waurn?mmttañ^sm ? M & SWptMar^ud.EW« tb^qWíPr.elÍá¿andAw-;! brigs Caroline and Elizabeth LAUNCESTON, JULY 9.-Arrived the bris Dart, Captain Hindson, from Sydney, with a cargo of merchandize -¿ame slav, the barque Nnniod, Captain Harvn,'-(ro\n"tne EasT rf!rïSaieTand SfHriey, witlftrvalaable oargWo«;«»!*T»», Eíqr (jCaU°i0'ï*ue brig Bee, John Anlabj, master, 134 tons, fro.bi.Svdney , 14 Jihrts. Cape wine, 280 bax» of maize, 2 - cues of oranges. 4 ditto hops, 1 bale oLshirts, 57 feetef pme ^^"fronVcircula* tïé^^ lOtonaorsalt. , ^;, f ^ ^ -V < i1/,!'* > 'Vôiàek remmiiidtjm t...

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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

i¡:',vr?- f^xitierary'Variètiès. ' -r! '.";!' o'' toi 'i.üi-1 ii .. i-ui .«--j .ria, c i~ jpü r i . I mf .,' I ne i v i_ t - i , I . « tin «« Dwight'*. Travels in Aiaetica" a work » published a'Jety years ago, is the following (S"y'e?y¡ reuiar^abVe insiance of fidelity on thje i ,part of a dog ; and which, had it occurred in ot this Colony, would, we think, luvt» beeiiisuffij 1 '«ciHtto have'1 exempted both *het ahunal itsejt 1 -and its descendants for1 ever fruin1 {tie DOL i lat. > ," | I« the autumn when the siege of Tort Stonwis «vu raised, l! n^ery extraordinary oouinence took place. Chptam Greg, - -one of the American ofheers left in the gainson^ went out, one ' afternoon, with a Corporal belonging to the same corps, to shoot pigeons When tlie da) was farv àd> anced, Greg, 1 knowing that the savages weie at that^time prowling roaiid the fort, determined to return At that moment, a small Honk 1 of pigeons alighted upon a tree in the tioinit) -*lhe Coipo ral proposed li ung...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

í>¡i.i£¡'f mU'.vi' í)'liio'?3iLiJÍ¡,t .PyJÍCoJóO OW* A-n Mróa^SlitílT'S'WsN V^grantSlló the undermentioned Per'sous :- *""" i , Samuel N.a.h.^lias'^iter/i.'sir' fill/arnAUl^ ."' Waiiäm^r'aiÄ';,a51'I.'3Cmapman. «"«" «lotinom -»7/^ i-.-;r;>¡io:> ¿i:«Jihm:i, «tfódl.-.iii.'i.i;;-; \-f ÍM,,'|1 viii JI¡ 'iSa«,r ." i "¿nw «ii! HOTIV/QT litiiloíi Iii a:¡i..-' ..' mlw liu.-;..cfjffl^Í¡ÉTT. íiüii-Hil-isiii laltiiq oJ muí jpno»iJ:i>¡ . v\:;tv a:¡¿ iJiTvT'^rrTr - i-mi yiiii.i:',! --íír.üi xl.Cp^M.*^n/l>)P^,irftt/ág83o. »inpHElileutenant'iGovernPr ¡has ''''bee^pWapri 'JL" tojgràh't,thë,uriaërméntibnèa'lnaalgence'sïl-«itî'f ."il-* ...ivjinii C'Jf.l-;'.*..- -t;'J'i!:t;,-iJM»i.. Thomas Johnson, 196, Caledonia 2. Í, " <?" '": 1 JÓu'niLatíptí,'ilü:Vctót^eJForbë8,.íí, «-!«««i-« s'V,' '.? '"<:' Owén:MbnUgtían,Ííen¿Vfeicl)iíoirib'rva»f V^liu'g' !¡¿^)\, ,: .'j ti! v/n'Uli-.WtfUtoiBmUékft'JjOomâatyuh .fi0¿ ?II <{\[v.nw.\ J-Hint _ ;?»:??!,.;'?»' filuoí-: ^UBÇ...

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

I , " L Sydney Extracts, , ; j . "Tuet iCiiief Justice statedvfrom the Bench, ?lately; that he wished it-to'be'geöerally known, that in, all fu 'ture'Cas'és''of stfeét-robberyv;lhè"-law|would;-1 be'-íiufféred! to take1 its' course; a» 'lie . frequency'of. 'this"oiîehcé;' of late/ reji-/ ?dered' it necessary that . some dreadful exínlples/shoüld' be 'nr-ide in ofder'to-aetfef Others from its commissioiii1' ""'' ! " The; mb'sl1 unfavourable -reVptirts^that' haye 'lMiiVi>.i:tL'lAwiie .till u*.iUU:ö[.lLii_-.'_í:;f-'.íltí.':i.'.)f'*it:í.-_ " ? L_ lallüi'e,"'cOui'mémieViSli'aialice'a"n'd~iguorunce,"äiiit tlial-it will !'fer'mmate' in" mö&P'e^sl?g:os'iiaér¡Wg':'¿D;at''i;ny bouV has'yet ;co,'¿í^piiaetií';!í,,;i'J'7 ffl ,"n"-/*",T '"[' ! * ,/-;v,-'1A:.::; ?'?.'?? ' .the ..Baçe-cpjUr^e.^ji^li^^jioqoJ wfAyîÇr UMT ?ft°b ? ¡sport ; this, 'Aud'oi/jér,n^idj 'ßxe^gjaesj.Jjp (a^place.. where the drama ¡is' |deii^|tjw ¡Ht/opjfii;,..a>4"i^/fif^ira'ci,'!¿:\ft\fy$S¿í$&»(?),. [ahd/c...

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Independence [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

Independence ??? m . \ Is the word, of all «tjjerjj; tjmt Irish-men, Women, and children-least understand ; and the; calmness, or rather in- difference, with vvhicii they submit to dependence, bitter and .miséirable;ás it, is, must bo a source of deep regret to all " who. love the land,'.' or, feel anxious to uphold the dignity of human kind.. Let us select a;few.cases from our Irish. village-such-' as are «buiidaul in every neighbourhood'. Shaue:,Tliurlough, .J as dacent a] boy,"and Shane's wife, us ".elalie .skinned girl, as any in.ihè,world. (There, is Shane, an. active,, handsome, _,lojrkiog .fellow»; {paning over the half door of bis cottage, kick-' ¡ng a hole in the wall, with his brogue, and picking,up all toe' large, gravel^yijlíin his ryacii to pelt the 'dpckV>wïijj'.^tholie' use'tal' Irigh' scavengers. , Let'us' "sp'eàk| toj bim'.''¡:.''.'oo¿á, morrow,'Snàrié?"!^ ^e every day }\aii'd'kindíy|;welobmej my'lady^iiud woi'i't ye step ?iii and Vest-it's powerful not," and'aue...

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