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POLICE INTELLIGENCE, SATURDAY MARCH 17, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

POLICE INTELLIGENCE, SATURDAY MARCH 17, Terence Cullen was fully committed for trial for burglary in the dwelling-house of Mr. R. Lewis, at the Hollow-tree, on Wednesday morning the 7th instant, before day light, Swinburne, Mr. Lewis's servant, being al armed, found Cullen standing at the bed-room window, and a man, JRo gers, (not yet taken) coming out. Swinburne knew them both, and he and his felloiv servants pursued them and caught Cullen in the act of getting in at a window about a quarter of a mile distant. Mr» Lewis's room was erny* tied of every moveable article to jthe value of £150 and vpwards, and no part of the property has yet been found. David Bede, a constable holding a ticket of leave, was bound over to keep the peace for assaulting Catherine his wife. George Dixon was committed for trial for stealing a jacket from Thomas Macdermott. Three men, Turner, Lee and Gordon, were committed for a highway robbery on Mr. W. White, on Thursday last. As he was passing down Liverpo...

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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. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following indulgences : TICKETS OF LEAVE TO Con Cardan . Castle Forbes, John Perry . Malabar. The Ticket of Leave granted lo Joseph Cambray, per Malabar, has been withdrawn for improper conduct.     By Command of His Excellency,   The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett. .í i ? »ii i nmmi»«n>w»-^-w.»*mmmm-----i i i - -?*

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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.   THE period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Certificates have been granted to them accordingly. William Bateman Caledonia (1)     Philip Edwards, ditto Thomas Maslen, Guildford John Wilson, ditto William Sanders,Shilpley (3 Samuel Pretty, ditto William Webb, ditto John Hulton, Co, Hayes       By Comand of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett.        

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SUPREME COURT, WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

SUPREME COURT, . I WEDNESDAY MABOH 14, 1827. James Williams, Henry Wright, and John Banks were tried for stealing 140 sheep value £100, the property of Mr. Edmund Hodgson, of the Lovely Banks, on the 29th of November last, m Verdict-Not Guilty. TUESDAY MARCH 20. 'S, Charles Gilbert and William Measures were charged with stealing nine yards of silk value 46s. . oae scarf value Is. and one waistcoat vatue Is. in the dwelling-house of Wm. Sherwin, in Liver- pool-street, on the 27th of February. Verdict Charles Gilbert, not guilty. William Measures, guilty of stealing in the dwelling-house to the value of 37s. The following prisoners were discharged by proclamation : Edward Cook, George Christopher Priggin, and Allan Campbell, accused of forgery on the Tasmanian Bank ; Edward Meyrick, David Miller, and Robert Mott, accused of stealing boots, the property of Captain Thomas; and John Draper, who had been detained by order of the Court, on the 80th of December.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

Died.-On the 10th instant at Pleasant Banks, the seat of Mr. David Gibson, Mr. Norfolk Piper, son of John Piper, Esq. Sydney, aged 18 years, universally beloved and regretted by all who knew him. On Monday the 19th instant Mr. Alexander Waddle, at the Scotch Thistle, after a lingering illness. He was an expert mechanic and stone- mason.  

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

EXPORT OF WOOL./ ' 1 MR. BETHUNE bas great pleasure in an- | ñou ne ing to the growers and exporters of Wood,, that he has .arranged for the immediate return .?{ either of the ship Andromeda or Cumbérlctnd j to this port, to follow the Hugh Crawford to j London direct. Wool will be taken at the i unusually low rate of Two-pence-per th ; and [ Mr. Bethune .'a "Stores ar*i no*v open for ils« re- ception gratis. - :??. ^%?k Very clean Wool purchased. " MR. ¿OÜN FETCH EY has on~7ale at his Stores; in Davev-sfreet, Assorted flat iron s I, £20 n-tou, nàil-rod iron (adapted fo r shin gie na i U ).. a f 1 os. per "bo nd le, . Sugar at 6d. per lb. White lead in #8lL>. kegs at 7d. per lb. Sheeting calico at Is. 4d« per yard., , ' , English soap by the box at Sd. per lb. Raw coffee by the bag» at ßd. per lb. - TO BE-LET, a convenient brick Collège, situated in Patrick street, lately occupied by Mr. ti. Darley/ containing three good r'ooms, with kiteheuv&c. in excellent: repair. Also...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.     Colonial Secretary's Office, March 9, 1887. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the appointment of Mr. James Tier- ney, to be Under Gaoler at Launceston, in the room of Mr. Alexander Manners, resigned.     By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett.    

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY MARCH 24, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY MARCH 24, 1827. By a Government Notice of the, 8th of De- cember last, we observe that an office of Re- gistrar of the Records of the territory of Van Diemen's Land is erected, and it has been said that a Registry act is about shortly to be passed by the Council. We know of few matters of higher importance to the colony than this, and shall rejoice to see the measure carried fully into effect. The following questions naturally sug- gest themselves to the mind in contemplating this momentous subject. 1. Should notait existing grants, deeds and wills be recorded as well as all future ones ? 2. Would not the registration of such impor- tant instruments not only prevent frauds, but give security to the transmission of all real and personal property ? 3. Would it not give faith and stability to the ordinary transactions of the colonists ? 4. Would not a reference to such Public re- cords at once exhibit the real slate of landed property in the colony ? 5. By,this me...

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

SWAN'S STORES. J* SITAN, in addition to his late advertisements, has "received by the Caledonia the following goods, - Worked muslin dresses, handsome Windsor and Swiss dresses, English sarsnet of various colours, coloured silk -dresses, black, pink and lavender satins, Persians of colours, v " « small, but beautiful choice of ribbons ; afresh assortment ^f plain and figured nets, thread and UrlingJs lace, bobbin, quillings, &c. white kid gloves long and short, some excel" tent stays, ladies* handkerchiefs, very rich, 'worked muslin inlets and flouncings, black lace veils, black crape and bom' . öazeens, black and coloured silk handkerchiefs, fancy worsted braids. A good choice of hosiery, book, mull, «Nainsook, jaconet and cambric muslins, straw and Leg* w Morn bonnets, gentlemen*s long cloth shirts} with linen col iflri9 $* , ' - ' FINE FLAVOURED TEAS* JUST imported per Marquis of Lansdown, and on sale at the Stores of Mr. John Kerr, Macquarie-street, superior young Hyson,...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 March 1827

SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN,     March 20. The ship Marquis of Lansdown, 208 tons,     R. Noyes, commander, from Sydney 13th instant, with 350 Chests and 113 half chests tea, 180 malts of ditto, each containing 4 chests, 1 box nankeens. 1 ditto cassia,   ditto pepper, 8 cases wine, 3 bales woollen goods, 1 ditto cotton, 8 casks nails, 4 pair bellows, 14 barrels gunpowder, 2 kegs shot, for John Kerr; 111 bags sugar, 50 baskets   ditto, W. A. Bethune; 4 cases ginger, 10 ditto preserved   ditto, 1 hhd. cheese, 10 cases goods and 51 slabs cedar, C. Wright; 2 cases goods, J. C. Underwood, 41 bags   sugar, R. Noyes. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Killman, Mr. Inglis, the   East India Company's Agent, who, we learn, proposes to   remain in the colony; Mrs. Doyle, Miss Hornsby, Messrs. Buxton, Atkins and Hanson, J. ...

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

VERANDA STORES. * MR. DUNN, requests the early attention of the Public to his openings of this week, viz: Ladies' and gentlemen's all colours of kid gloves ; Irish poplins of elegant colours and shades at Dublin prices ; excellent tartan plaid, bomba zett and all colours of plain and figured stuffs ; silk and worsted stripes ; a few ends of extra fine blue and black cloths ; a small case of gen- tlemen's full bosomed shirts; English soap in 561b. boxes, suitable for private families ; Welsh flannels, all at very low prices for Cash. tit A small quantity of oatmeal from Scotland, «-- I -»»^1- ?? ii , .i , i . ,i m.? ? -" B. GUY'S STORES. /JUST received, superior Schedam Hollands, in or out of bopd, in hogsheads or quantities of not less than five gallons, at B. Guy's Stores, much cheaper than any other shop in town. Also, old Jamaica rum, Teneriffe, Cape Madeira, and Benicarlo wine, refined and Mauritius sugar, &c. FOR RIO JANERIO & LIVERPOOL. The Admiral Cockburn, Ca...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial, Secretary's Office, March 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

G0VÈRNMENt\N0TI'CE.' ' Colonial,Secretar y7 s Office, March 28, 1827. .. -? * . .m .1, .. THE Deputation appointed at the late Public Meeting,/ convened hy the Sheriffs to wait upon The Lieutenant Go* vernor with.the Petition to The King for Trial by Jury and Legislation by Representation, having declined to attend His Excellency,»and there being reason to believe that the grounds of their conduct upon the occasion have not b{een,;> understood, His Excellency has directed the following, , statement of the [circumstances lo be laid before, the. Public, whom'the, Deputation were intended to represent* No intimation was made io the Lieutenant Governor of the desire of the Deputation to waitxupon him on the L9/Ä instant, until 9 o'clock in the morning, of that day, on His Excellency's return from JVew Norfolk* The time was not fixed by His Excellency, but named hy the Sheriff, in a verbal communication with the Private Secretary, as the hour, which, if convenient to His Excellency*] ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

CLARENCE JÏOUSE ACADEMY, ; *?> KANGAROO POINT. NEAR HOBART-TOWJ^. l Mr. GIBLIN most respectfully take» the liberty of slating, that he opened his Academy on Monday last the ¡ 26¿7t instant, where he receives and boards Young Gentle men, whom he instructs in the classics and every useful branch of literature^ as well as preparing them for com* ~ mer,ce, fyc, on terms about £60 per annum, unless mon -v, than one pupil* when an abatement is made* . . ./ ? The treatment is gentlemanly und parental*, as partout X boarders are in England* ,' ] Prospectuses may be had of D* Loin), Esq; HobarMown. «"* - Part payment will he taken in some sorts of produce c0 " / the average price.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

DARING THEFT and FIFTY GUINEAS REWARD. WHEREAS at noon-day On Monday the 26th instant, seven pieces of plaid and other stuffs, were stolen from my store. I hereby of- fer a reward, oí'Twenty Guineas to any person who will, within 21 days, be the means of re- storing the property and securing the thief, and a further reward of Thirty Guineas to any person whoHfrill be the meiaris of restoring the property and securing the purchaser or receiver of the said goods from the thief. Hobart-town, March 30,1827. J. DUNN. JUST received ex Marquis of Lansdown, and on sale at J. Johnson's, Liverpool-street, a small quantity of yer^ ^superior Runkin's Cheese. *"'"" BANK OF VÄ^ ~M¿ ( THE'Proprietors of Bank Stock are request- > . ed to pay off the seventh instalment due on each share, taken under the new regulation.. By order of the President and Board of Directors, . J. Gardiner, Secretary. TO BE LET, a commodious, twp storey brickhouse, situated in Melville-street, at pre-* sehtin the occupa...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. | Colonmi Secretary's Office, March 29, 1827. J Some misapprehension having arisen with: regard to Tickets of ¿MArÉf-Tlíe Lieutenant (Governor is desirous \, that it should be cíejíríy understood, that 1hey are only granted during good behaviour* .'.? M By the conviction of^Prisoner, therefore, of bad cou'* duct9 he necessarily£:fo.ffëiU^ùsTicÈfB%'wliieh the:Magis-, if trates are desired io return io the Colonial Secretary's ; Office, in order tha^tritmay be cancelled and notified accord- ingly in the Gazette:, : 0 .'....'? yBi¿ Command of His Excellency, :, J* Burnett* ._i -i _ ? -_-. ? --? - - - --?-1 _.. i .----__. i i m i i h ? i - ???

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 27, 182Î: HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the' Police* Mr* James Mackersey to be Chief Constable and Keeper of the Pound, District of Bath, vice Mr* Williaiii Pike*] resigned* * * . .; . , t John Winslaiv, holding Ticket of Leave, to be Constable, _ , District of Bath j vice Thomas,.Mc {Jlfinn, ^dismheefcfor - . drunkenness, */;uL .*. , ,. -i ? ? - - By Command of His Excellence }; ° ' ? * - ' 5'-JV Burnett,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March, 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. * i1 - Colonial Secretary's Office, March, 28, 18¿7f': v REQUIRED for the Public Service, the un-. ' dermentioned articles, viz : Six Iron Saucepans, Six Screw plates with Taps, > ) V - Thirty reams 1st. class Foolscap5 JPapeTt f)<}-* Twenty ditto, 3d. ditto, ditto,, . , / ~' ,% , ' , One gross Black Ink Powders, ; - !,,; 1 Vi Six lbs. Red Sealing Wax, ' - -, \ One'gross pieces Red Tape, i n ^.\ Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tenders ^or Stores,5' with the Prices stated in words at length, will be received at this Office until Noon on Thursday, the 3d of April. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store- keeper. - . «.i By Command of His Excellency t , - The Lieutenant Governor, "< . 7 -i J .",* , , «T. BitrhbTt*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

Commissariat, Office, 23d March, 1827. FRESH MEAT. ---The undermentioned quantities are accepted of, and the dates of delivery may be learned on ap- plication at this Office. DAVID GIBSON 24,000 pounds. WILLIAM LYTTLETON 12,000 PATRICK WOOD 12,000 JAMES AUSTIN 20,000 HENRY NICHOLLS 50,000   DAVID LORD. 20,000 DANIEL STANFIELD 15,000 THOMAS STANFIELD 12,000 JOHN HAIMSWORTH 3000 A Moodie, A. C. G. FINE FLAVOURED TEAS. JUST imported per Marquis of Lansdown, and on sale at the Stores of Mr. John Kerr, Macquarie-street, superior young Hyson, Hy* son-skin, Tonkeyw Hyson, Powchong, Pekoe, and Souchong teas ; also, blankets, flannel, white nankeen, baftahs, fine picked cassia, pecu- liarly fine Fin de Grave in cases, smiths' bel- lows, batten nails and flooring brads, <feo. which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. FOR RIO JANEIRO & LIVERPOOL. THE Admiral Cockburn, Captain J. W. Cooling, being about to proceed from Launces- ton and this port immediatel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

SUPREME COURT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. NOTICE i£ hereby given, that the Second Term for 1827, will commence on Monday next the second day of April, and will terminate on Monday the thirtieth day of April. By Order of His Honor the Chief Justice, James Wood, C. S. C. Commissariat Office, March 29, 1827. ' OATS :-PERSONS desirous of supplying His Majesty's Stores with O A TS, are request . ed to transmit Tenders on or before Wednes- day the \%th of April, A. Moodie, A, C*. ö- v --""?'"?--*?-?"??- -- - - i . ii u i i.ir i . ?rmii Commissariat Office, March 28, 1827. PORT WINE:-Tenders to supply such quantities as may be required at the Colonial Hospital, during the current Year, will be re- ceived at this office until 12 o'clock of Wed nesday the 11 th day of April, A. Moodie, A. C, G, ^_^_ / ' MR. OGILVIE, Wholesale Wine and Brandy Merchant, HAS received, by late arrivals, a large addi- tion to his stock of wines and spirits, which will be sold on the most reasonable terms athis Wine Cel...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SAILED FROM HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

WSHIPPINÙ ¡¡COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. . W - : ^ ? ; - - : J I .«AILED FBOM HOBART-TÖWN, March 35« The ship Admiral Cockburn* W. J* Cool» f, for'Sydney*, having landed the chief part of her origi l cargo at this port, andreceived on board the goods per ledonia, Itrought by that vessel for Sydney, consisting of > puns* rum, 5 do* Geneva, 25 barrels rosin, 8 pockets ps, 20 cables pitch, 8 do* varnish, 110 baskets tobacco, d other goods, and (shipped at H ob art-town), 24 bala wl from C* IVright, 10 tons potatoes J. Kelly, 6 . gs nails I. Kerr, 5 casks flint glass W* M. Orr, 3 bags rnip seedsiE* Abbott, 1 case Epsom salts, 2 casks cop- ras, and S do. hardware H. Hopkins, S chaises* 50-bas- ti tobacco JV. J. Cooling, and 30 whaling casks to be' ft at Maria Islandfor G. Meredith. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. John Stephen, 4 children and servants ; Miss Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs* Cope, 4 chit- en and servant, Messrs. Guilding, Blaxland, and Mor unt. " SAILED FROM LAUNCESTON, I March 26. The cutl...

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