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Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

Aborigines                                     The attacks and the depridations of the Aborigines on the white people of this Colony, and on slock-huts, remote only a few miles from the townships and Military stations,                               assume a regular and alarming consistency, and evince on the part of the blacks a cunning and superiority of tactic which 'would not disgrace even some of the greatest military cha- racters               The week before last a t...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

'" Original Communication. I / I V , > MM* MnJÉOITOR,-From'itlie"'Sy'dney^ Newspapers'it appears thql'a gVeat stir has been ' made, 'by some very, re^pecUblc Gektlewè)ï 'ènde'aiidiiHiig 'tp establish', in'some manner, ai) 'assiibiaiibn1 for" the' purpose, of ( exporting colonial pjoduce.' HorÜfk11, a^d'ialt' beef are , ivhal ( are mainly depended upon aV likely'to ^eWst'|iroBi|able,to,'1the'exportéis; 'bu/.lr'mu^hatj appears in the Papers, I cannot understand whethei thu asso cistmnisjintenil^d til!he the',purebasei, oi'meiely'tjie commis'-, ¿ion'a'gent'íbV those1 who ure inclined to »peculate in ^'hls'novel ' rundertaking.' f our Realders,will,lpcí'hiV^sí'e)with astonish'-' mêht «rife of the'rékolution»of"tííe general meeting': .« W» '»«'I1'. '. ,.1" «' ' ?'"' '' ,UJ ' ' ' * (jj-^j^-j-Tbai U ia UM, opinion o/tjie Committee, tjia,t 100,tons, , of ».«{le(ltbee,f shoulden, thV tji,»«. instance, 1)e exiiorled. to B^-, badges op Jqtiiajoa',, direct, there, t'oj,bp. lauded and, splrl&...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A true Tale. From the Literary Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

;r«i >£ i .1.0 .... s. A true Tale-.-'¡ "" I . I \\ 'III/ ,,,/,) '?til . ' m (Fiom the Literary Gazette.) , > \ i !: ?''^ítlt*waston the afternoon1 of a lovely day; in-summer',- a'vk-, ?"" '''ie'váii'Tar'caine'whistling' through, llie'ntirrow lane'that cuts '- -'¡olí' axónsideráhle''portion of-the .m»in'.,'n»ad:,l)é*v»eo»"P^y ' mouth and Exeter,''und ; shortens the'-journey to 'the weary, ''.'.'»tirav'éll'èr^' TlierëSvnsf'something in His Whole appearance ¡so, :-;.'r'p^'cùliàrly:ibtetvslin^.and'-néatV'ithRt thy passengerj after 'ieT -'; céiviiig'his'*' What cheer," what"cheer?'f: could hoi'refrain * ''fi'biii turiiiiigroiind and'stopping to take'another-look'.1 ' 'En;, '.''!<tééd" thal' s|iàrk!ing!'ëyé'df'good-lïauibdr!d pleasantry,!tqat, V '»'oàlihtëua'rice' displaying at '<irtbë,ltlië1gériéi'oiiS !lienevolence|oij *-' .lila1 heart'; wasnuf easily .passed by ' mmdli'ced,'' or' readily'for-, XT gqlteii. -'His dress consisted of a'bltíé jéíóket add whitè't...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

BIRTH—On Tuesday evening last, Mrs. CLEBURNE, of a daughter.    

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

^ffiBTliíPBJKfíff, 3Ö0 Ttín's;teiHHerf;)0tíVEfe[«WA,N,' .'v&tyi KvNifíComtóaHderJ *ill îaaiLfor ttoiisiavojEort in 14 days.                     This Vessel has excellent Accommodation for Passengers. For freight and passage apply to   W. WILSON,.                 Hobart Town, July 9, 1830. For Cockburn Sound.     i,j itíltf ^pH¡E-;SJiip;(ííAíítCry,oWrí.: RWTjcfefc ,, ,wQt' i »S* ,Ç»q-: fípmnwnder» ipeihR- ?&?!*( expef?t«4rírH ?mai ^.¡iJmr.v wh'witL; üUn»Uaii :;;;íüW¿>iWlLSp 'ST Barque NIMROD for Sale.     i .cutta, bsrlben per .Register, 232 Tons, teak, built, ,wfeH 1'(Waa iiî e»err^ DAWES & HEWITT.       July 14, 1830. Bank ...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 16, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 July 1830

HOBART TOWN: j JULY 16, 1830. ' , <" Let it be impressed upon your minds, let ¡t be instilled into your cbjldren, thal the Liberty of the Press is, the Palla- dium'of all your Cn ii, Political, and Religious Rights. J Junius. From the conversation we have had opprjr^ tunities of holding -w ith some of the parties who -Jiave recently arrived from Swan Uiver, pur- posing tov'settle in this Colony, we aie really ¿urpiisetf that our state and condition, and our general advancement, should be so little known " ¡-or understood in the Mother Country as* ¡thjpy all concur in iepres«nting it. The cry of one -and dil is, " we could do no good at home; our former channels of piocuring what our habits nf life rendered familiar to us being closed by the progress of the changes that have taken ' place in linnland, we looked i to emigration as 'our only means of relief, and the question alone' was, where should we go to ? the Canadas we , -did not like-the Cape was in «orne respects ob-...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

Aborigines.               In our last, we mentioned that some of the Aborigines had robbed tow huts in the Big Lagoon. The following morning Benjamin Allinson, with his party, came up with them ; but, although he succeeded in getting within a quarter of a mile of them, such is their superiority of tactic, that they finally went into a scrub, and disappeared - and such was the difficulty of the ground, that the party could not get at them again.   John Danvers, with his party, has kept cruising between Jerusalem, the Lewin, (near Green Ponds) and the Little Lovely Banks, for some time past, and notwithstanding the almost unexampled state of the weather, the party kept the bush, since Monday last, thinking to see some of the Natives' fires, and their tracks in the snow. On Sunday morning, Danvers found nearly sixty kangaroos lying dead in the snow, partly from cold, and partly for w...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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The Russian Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

'TCÄe Russian Navy-- .'«' Une ot tue most striking and gigantic btlildiugä in St. Pe Wsburjjh is the admiralty tThe principal front |on the land s'lde is considerably more; linn one third of an English mile in length, and its wjqgs.^n^depth.j extend sijc hundred and se- rventy two feet, dawfi^o iherfldge pf the Neva this -noble a\ er forming the fourth sijjejaf, th,e quadrangle* W ithfn the three sides((,tke Neva aqd two¡Wiiigg) a e/angeS oft parallel bui'd Ws, whicl^form, ike nn0azmes, .arlihcén,'riwps, 'mist'and 1boal-housesJ¿ offices. &cr, and in/the area within these there are fqur/slipsfor baijdiqg the jlargesl,*add iwo fora smaller 'tlass'of shipsiof çrar. ( Ijie whola of lue outer rar^e of build- ings consists ot, grand suits pf ¡roqms,*and-«long!|ind bcauti füHy'óVriameiiied gal)enes,iíille.d/1w}th (he naturabiliistory ind curiosities collected^n^very^paiirof tim globe, upd brought tfyfbe dînèrent negators wJjich/vRwism, o» Jate years, has sentforjth on discovery^ f ...

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Mangel Wurzel. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

» _ . Mangel Wurzel. * . >i*-a i _ > ' i" To Me ÉdiÙir \>f-m Çolahm-Timêit ' '" " ¡ | "4T«6'" ¿""¿¿JT'« _lsdee'sgawleu, _, ..-,_,_. weighed 23} lbs.; aaa1L'tne géBliéáJínI whorta! "grown "this, root, assured me, thaíWéri Bld'-VeéVaome roots in bis garden1 -which, weighed neariy-jiyVpoondseaoh !-Mr£-Bisdee feeds! > hw foosd «t will produce doable tit quantity of milk to any i,U Hi ben ÎJIÎ i ' h ., b">í! <. v monins<in<»tié'gróu'«d-in(thi<¡ 'clñaáté; ït'wouïd nevertlíelefes MrWoéürae<np7'aod that ttíose Merson« wïib'inlepd fô'turu 'áccídrils: -I,âTuVSir,'yônrk',.c<ci';r> '"'...'.-. «« ?.-'? '; ¡ . VJIIIB Ï.T.V1 - Cl Jl,',) Icl'l! :,»,'",,.. » Crhsi 4ÏMh, <ÏUly\6, T830; !ÖBsVli "» LWeibtígíto rél'er^uf reYdèrs fo the Colonial Time's of. the -13th-»nd42rihfoíifloví..ñ¡ber last; híso'cántaiiung article's upon the fciowth ofinàdgélnvur/el.-Eliil v ^ ' n l ! .( oh)' . H H, I '. '// iyi ,1« Jf « ...

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New mode of fixing the Compass. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

t New mode of fixing the Compass. »'"_Tflilli -im^i-öveltfeiít*. ;lk"' äBfe^o^l^lre ^Uroa.¿!;¿Btijçj'ej^^i;-Nor-.'.--..- :':, ^. ' *foilr,% ^bé;sÜte':;óf:'y^ 'the.bbjtíi/t 'ót.the'ímproVeriierit?'ti to dispense níto¿flthe¡r with ' .'tHè^'binaâfe-ja;'üfö^ to . \ ioánse^l'ib^anVwer^^^ and seçnre'itf . àgainit accidents ÍV8^;.c'ánWaii'-8libt",. 'tÚi^.Hhiiiiiiag; of heavy. s,eas¿; ;/"? ' or' any otlier; cansé ;tíf ¡rtjuíy.l.': jTíie mode in, which -these enils'?; > 'aré artaihed.'is.'b^'cü'flinga^ ''soI.'aí'oPn^br't'b'e place where the.biri'acle is usually .situate.' V Tile Hole iscïït IhVoiïghi inio"Üie"cabin) and within His placed; '.--}.' '?'the; fcompas's,' suspended' in the usual Way, and completely ont-"??'?? : of'the reaclï of the. cannon añó)'bthe'r.sJiot. ' In order to cause' ' "'.?'. it'íó ác't'ás a teil-tale,' ih'e com|ias£1 box is made with a glass, bottom; so tlla'tTthe'tíard/cán'.be seeña^ perfectly ín^thecabin, ? rús opon'deck'.!';,Tile, eonip'dss,'card ¡s/.i^ansJucent...

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Bob Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

Böte niitcitëù. ' Bob Mitchell, one of Sheridan's intimate friends, and onceJu beat prosperity, became, hke a gieat many other rÄ«Äftd,l,,lCred,t0r,-,n faot' Sber,da» °«ed Bob nebrljr 5,3,000 , this circumstance, among many others, con- tributed to reduce Bob s finances, that ¿e wls driven to »rent n'LS' 'S ¿?A!tC° u 0t*his «noi>m^table wandering 1« called updh Sheridan, the convention tnrntd upon his hrmn c,aljBiRicuhies, but ,not upoh \he, principal cafc.se of thein, S. «W ü^u.*16^^ !.deb.t *b^*^ of coarse, as an able tà6l,cian^fib"con "Ved to keep out -of the discus^, at last hÄ'A 'wUf?KÍ>lT/>-' ^».r-t ; gomea «R{'«»a *y Heaven, t don't know where.tq get one' Sheridan jumped up andgating a piece of. gola into his lil) lil ? i. > L 'l IS? u 1 Í I

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Police Report. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

X1 II il r ¡I] I i t ? '<|-^ JM ' j " ' Annt Montgommery of Harrington street, was charged   with selling, on,the 2d July, half a pint of rum, she not be- ing licensed to do so. The following evidence was called in this case,-                       Henry Wadden -I am a constable. I know a constable ,of the name of Rainbow. I know the defendant,; she is the own- er of, a house in Harrmgtpn-street,\ jin copsequenoe of somç,i conversation I had hearp*^!, wpnt to tliq house in q'uehtioi), jin Friday, about seven p'qlóck, in the evening. 1 did not-go intof l£e house, but went to tjie window, and could clearly see into Jhej house. J¡ saw Catherin? Rouke and Mrs? Moi t»l gommcry come into the roon) I s,aw/3\lis Montgomnie ryi J lift up the lid of a large box, and take o.at ti round bottle, which appeared to me to bfi a half g...

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Curious Bequest, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

, .»un«««, oywui, dated August, 20, ¡1656.. gave, i tu nh6lOrocers,¡a^eberaent'known by tbe'name of the White .Pear, in Walbrook, to the intent that they sbob'ld'yearl'v, within .thirty, days after Äljcblaelwa&ppayi totbeSshurchwiiroViia '»fSJt)BJotolpli,lBiljiogsgate, £4, to,prortde¡a good eea'ntEi fcient iron and glass lantern, yfitb'a pandie;« fon íbe- -"-'--*ïJ ^Y'pMs'jinpjer^,' to go wjth more, security to aid from1 I """""" direction the water ton for taking care of tbe said lantern -gund ! mother to 59, and aunt and grëat-annt to nearly 300 perspui» Her father died at the advanced age of 191.

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Caution to Wine-drinkers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

.mempers oí a recent dinner, party indented life. ,<Ttte dinner ££W« bJ» Peraon.ofj .orne rank at a country house not hi« ladyíahd four friends, near relations ot e>ctM>iher The symp.oms of poisoning wer^peedily experfemed íy ¡aeí of the party, and great anxiety aud_dlstress.cîsued:-íyet s" necessary, however, to examine, A^JionA* ,",,,? ,tloufut had been used ; and it ^^SÍ^^Í¡¡ of Dr. qhriiiiíouí.tüat the^àmplgne^wBîc^EwtlîLd « dinner, conti ned half a«r«i- "f\5.-.JS. T.?^LfcAa< awvo,twiRi'is.|ifiie aoobtilht ^n-jJnkAn.^etth^wotíld.^^^ueu lue cûnsèolifeâè lWÏ&CTW?I «/«J 1 ibfiioa (t ill li»v t|i ih' q ; 3f

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

Literary Varieties.         We, who live in a country that has scarcely yet emerged from a state of nature, can enter into the accounts we read of what has taken place in other states, under similar circum- stances, with an interest and feeling which those who have never resided otherwise than among highly polished society, can scarcely imagine possible. In the history of the early settlers of North America, we every where                                 meet occurrences that bring the interior of this Colony home to us; and nothing more so than the perpetual fright and alarm in which some of them were kept by the native Indians, which partake a good deal of what is the case in those parts of the country most frequented by the ...

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Poetry. LINES ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

> , i. i r» i a m4. 9 ? i(| <- J «. t » »poetry. ' l 1 / ii I I ) jill Bill J 1) ' ''I i'« ' î^tW^m*f?tà Ißfl&tia I . ; iJiAualar/t,tiipu.,tlicplip1s.ilßnt1d.ust,.campps'd to.endkss sleep; -' , Aúfí .Ifift^a'Jmoljier,,q'¡er4hy,to|pb/ auenjwn's tears to wêep ?, tt YesJ for, the/epv1ipu5ïWa.ye ,"gave back, to ¡earth lily "pallid; .-.iíM;»V.,. on "i. J*/.' (%-i.j. ' . <»t.i .1 « .>:«<. j Like, to,a gt^itqly vessel wj-eok'djn sfjjne 6'erwhelmingl'storm. .«'The/ways pf.heav.'n in'mysiery vpit'dj'Vwje never «an divirje ;' > T/oen/let usyhumbJy.hppe and,trust, ajirjgnter lot.is.thine,-' ,That,'tliy glad/$pjri,t5/io|ig,er6 this ft dm sin and sorrow free;, »! Hua, blest the baud, which, suatqh'dj thee hence to immortaiiiy.' And yet, upon the sjartle'd'e.a.r, how^sadt the,tidings fall ??'-: j ¡ ,Öf,hopeful.youth up.on,its*)hier,,flnd/;ttia,Llhesable pall''^' | <> Hath cast the shadows of the .grave upon theiradiant brOw > >...

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John Kemble. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

\ /, , .í^'Któi^';^^ "Manj year« ago, ¿John Kemute alwd JbttflÄ A/rJÍiee.jih Sheridan's admirable corned vol the Sctiouljoi' Wtmttlal, im- mediately after the death oh John Palmef,'.who n, ickuojv-1 led'^ed to have bee« the most ablet representative of that soil,' smooth, 4nsiuu,it|iig wiclch, wbo^imbgling cubt ivtth"hypo crisv,, '( can iuule, and smile, and be i villain.' *" ' i'^*l i ',' ßne^nigui ¿luring the season1-!!!1 which he performed yJose#h '(m^wuicli bo completelyl'aileÖ), Jiifih ^emble'toi ek CLSsnely ppsy, "u CM»umntance perhaps 'not ot^tw-j/îieqmînt occurrence, but replete with aerious conseqmhices où this de, 'capon ,1 lor, teaming bomewaid- to Clent* 'Rttsserätreet, Bloomsbury, or Caroline-street (it màfiérs httlê'wlaoli), v. ïierq be then resided, he fell into a quarrel with a iíuíohjer j who was shutting up ¿is shop ; tljfe conversation! carried on witb.less.dignu.y by the knight ot ¿lie chdpper, thah by him jaf the bowl ,and7 dagger, ended in Kemble's breaking the...

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Remarkable Coolness. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

*rt«#X* 1.* >mLi*> ti lA. I * '* t t''tl ** *** i -# * * ? »r tnepassäfee:-. He àcconîiiio- v.- h*T,nr^*.:*À i... i.:, u -^ ittlemeritsof'the bridgé/'wá's'/íij.tá^ ".;' flit'migh't'exp'eçt (hat th,¿ ladies at the wíñdqjv npwihec.aiue- ' : atitic-àt tbV death' of their .nu'sbmids.; /But no such ..til iii g ;?'."?.; Mhëuwidow''Francis turned "to : her.inpther-in-law, pnd^said', '\*¡tb' tbe"grÍBBté1st!;se(f;p¿,s8cssibñ,/'*Rem.ember,!motbe^ tliat .'?.; 'niy'fàther'.\vas sh'o/l IJéfó'reJmy//basband,, and. therefore,thö/lui- :''.' 'ter became the legal'possessor ¿if the estate,, and consequently / ? » oiu.ci.miuuL,, my miras or dowry. ? luv_r^;.i trili--: i. ./. ' .. -.- . J' -M'Greaor's Stories I from irisa jiisioro. ,1... ' * ' f '

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A Greenwich Pensioner [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

A Greenwich Pensioner _ r , Isasort ofsJjaAderlAiarineianirail.othat'lhV'rec'eding tide',- - i pf life has lefthjgh and dry, pnt the shore. " He, pines forrbis ¡¡ ejVme'nt íiké 'a Sea'Bear, and misses bisj>ririy washipgs and ' wettings', Wliá't the ocean'could nbVdo, the land does, for it makes him sick ; lie'cannot dÍ4és't prdperly, unless his body is'rolled ¿and tumbled about like a barrel-churn.. Terra firma is goodenough jietliiiikSjlo touch, ,at forwood and water, but nothing more. There ¡s no/wind, he sweprs ashore-every- day' of his life is' à dead'calm-í thing above all oth'ers he de tests-he Would like it belter ' for an1 'occasional earthquake. Walk he cannot, > the. gronnd being! so still arid steady that he ¡S puzzled to. keep his legs-and, ride he will not>» for he dis- dains a craft whose,rudder islbjward and not astern. ; 1 'Inland sctÄiery is'Ins especial'ayeision. 'He despises a tree i" befdre'thc hiasî;" arid would give'all the 'singing birds of creation f...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

M39SI SJ3ZP NEWS. JULY 19,-'Sailed on Monday, the new brig Enterprise, for the whttle-iisbery. Vesselà remaining in the Harbour. Ships Mai y and Elisabeth ; barque» Orelia and Wave ; brijva''Car*bHno"andl Elizabeth* ',*. v* ¡. *'0j ,L.Cu^eEsTot^,-'jwL^f 14'.-^Siiled the- Government ¡cutter] Chàrltilief with prisoners, for Mafia I.sland. " She brought, < »lore's-for'the"- Commissariat, the week- nefore; but "was" omitted by us in onr last number. Jamds Holman was sent to Maria Island by this vessel for prevarication before the Supreme Court. - », , n )_ s Cargo of the barque Nimrod, '231_Jons,' Thomas' Hame,,, master, from China and Java, and not by the* way of Sydney as stated in our last:-1,130 chests of b3 son-skin tea, 39 packages line tea, 150 chests of tea, 14 packages of furniture, . 4 cases ditto, 5 ditto puper, 4 ditto cinnamon, 6 boxes nan , ' ' keen, I package garden seeds, 16 trunks silks and clothing, 3 eases screens, ¡ko., 1 bundle umbrellas; 2 cases ivory wa...

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