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

EXPORT OF WOOL. MR, BETHUNE has great pleasure in an- nouncing to the growers and exporters of Wool, that he has arranged for the immediate return either of the ship Andromeda or Cumberland to this port, to follow the Hugh Crawford to Loudon direct. Wool will be taken at the un- usually low rate of Two-pence per lb. and Mr, Bethune's Stores are now open for its reception gratis, $3P» Very clean Wool purchased. TO BE LET, a convenient brick Cottage, Situated in Patrick-street, lately occupied by Mr. H. Darley, containing three good rooms, with kitchen, &c. in excellent repair. Also, a large yard and garden in high cultivation. Possession can be given immediately. For particulars, ap- ply to Thomas Atkinson, Campbell-street. Sheriff's Office, March 22, 1827. In the Supreme Court, Farden v. Oakes. Loane v. Same.             On Monday the 2nd day of April next, at 12 o!clock, the Sheriff will cause to ...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY MARCH 31, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY MARCH 31, 1827.   KING'S ISLAND.—This island, of which Mr Barnard     has completed a laborious and interesting survey, is about   30 miles long from north to south, and 12 to 15   from east to west, and with the exception of the hills near the shore, is low and flat. Mr. Barnard crossed it by six different routes, and found the soil and its products, generally speaking, inferior to those in this island. It is well   watered near the coast, but except a rivulet to the north of Sea Elephant Bay on the east coast, possesses no stream of any magnitude. The tide was found to rise some feet higher on the east than on the west coast, a phenomenon which   confirms the theory of the general progressive motion of the sea, influenced by the sun in that direction. It scarcely possesses one good harbour, the best being that at New Year's Island. Gum trees prevail, besides which, the ...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 27, 1827. THE Periods for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Certificates have been issued to them accordingly. George Sturgeon Phoenix (1) Thomas Smith Juliana Thomas Rawlings Guildford (4) James Neale Ditto Saniuel Claxton Ditto George Adams Ditto Ann Cox Morley Thomas Bryan Dorothy William Stanley Maria William Smallwood Ditto Thomas Norton Ditto Charles Probin Caledonia (1) Samuel Flui? Ditto By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J.Burnett,                                

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, March 30,1827. HIS Excellency - The Lieutenant Governor has been   pleased to appoint     Mr. Josiah Spode, to be Muster-master, attached to the Police department. By Command of His Excellency,   J. Burnett.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1827.   HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alteration in the Police : Mr. John Anderson, to be Chief Constable for the coun- ty of Cornwall, vice Monds, removed. By Command of His Exceency J. Burnett.  

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CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 31 March 1827

CRIMINAL COURT.   FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1827.             Thomas. Ewbank Piddock, was charged with forging a bill of exchange for £20 with intention to defraud Mr. George Lowe, on the 18th of January last. The jury returned the following       verdict. - Not guilty, it appearing to us, that he was under the influence of insanity when the act was committed.   John Lane and William Harry were tried for stealing a cow, value ten pounds, the   property of Mr. Richard Lewis, on the 17th of   February last. They were both found guilty. SATURDAY.             George Stephenson was put on his trial for a misdemeanour in obtaining £5 from Mr. Edward Campbell Richards, on the 3d of February,   under false pretences, the prisoner stating that he     came f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

?.y MR. BLAKESLEY*. carpenter*. builder* -^¡lumber* gla»ier* and painter* from London* ¡begs to inform his friends and the public* that Jie carries on business in Murrayrstreet* near Liverpool-street, where all orders will be .strictly attendedto. yf ; Orders from the comiry punctually executed* ¿nd,window sashes made* glared* and seeure ~7?# PW&qd* agreeably lo directions. ¿k1: -QT* J&Ï Thatches* Clocks * arid . Jewellery . carefully cleaned and repair edi f^t Sextante and Quadrants cltaned and repaired* and correctly adjusted. _^ _ "^ ~ ? ?" "rim ?** " MiiB.iiiiK».i u.'i'*" " .. '" ' ' '" '" £' U^J.V '" <,jjy¿SiVj,'*+ lu n ^>o.ww *¿if. »-¿t.« TEN DOLLARS REWARD. STRAYED from Launceston some time ago, á dark brown horse, about 14 hands high, with black main and tail, a small star in the forehead, and both knees broken. Whoever will bring the same to the Postmaster at Launceston, shall receive from him the above reward. ' MR. OGILVIE, ' Wholesale Wine a...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

, ^JJ^^p^^^M-i.. una .ii...i,»i, .11 i, ,,i 1^1 ,,", i -n . " - ! tltmtiimtj GöVERÄENi NOTICE. . , *\ , Colonial Secretary's Office, March 29, 1827, , Some misapprehension having arisen with regard to Tickets of Le ape, The Lieutenant Governor is desirous ¿that it should be clearly understood* that they are«only, ' granted during good behaviour» {- By the conviction of a Prisoner* therefore* of bad con êucty he necessarily forfeits his Ticket, which the Magis- trates are desired to> return to the Colonial Secretary's Office* in order that it may be cancelled and notified accord* ingly in the Gazette. *«.*''*' By Command of His Excellency, V A* - J. Burnett*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

f GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 27,1827. j - < HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police* Mr* fames Mackersey to be Chief Constable and Keeper êf the Pound) District of Bath*, vice Mr. William Pike, resigned. John fflinslaw, holding Ticket of Leave, to be Constable, District of Bath, vice Thomas Mc Minn, dismissed for drunkenness. > ,«r By Command of His Excellency* I - J. Burnett, j *v "/:'\ . Commissariat Office, March 29, 1827. *. OATS :-PElRSONS desirous of supplying Wlis Majesty's Stores with O A TS* are request 'ed to transmit Tenders on or before Wednes- daythe ISth of April. A. Moodie, A. C. G. ,-^-----~------- -? ..... ¿u Commissariat .Office, March 28, 1827. I 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 Wth day of April. . 7;...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

' GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' í* Colonial Secretary's Office, March 30, 1827. ^XJ BIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been " pleased to appoint C » Mr* Josiah Spode* to be Muster-master* attached to the Police department* By Command of His Excellency, J* Burnett»

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

-~--~-~~"~~~- ? - - . -- -- --""-' GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, April 4, 1827 THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to issue the following Indulgences. ' ticket of leave.     To George Pass, - Ld. Hungerford. CONDITIONAL pardon. To William Duncan - Sir Wm. Bensly. The Ticket of Leave granted on the 4th of January, 1826, to Ralph Brown, per Malabar, has been recalled for improper conduct. By Command of'His Excellency, J. Burnett.

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

--^_. _I HOB ART-TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1827. On the arrival of the Haweis a sudden panic oyerspread the town that wheat was unsaleable in foreign markets?, and that the cargo sent to the Isle of France, by the Earl St. Vincent, was was still unsold. The alarm however isground less. The low, price of grain in that colony in February last is easily accounted for. Many of the ships, some of very considerable burden, which were thrown out of employment, at the conclusion of the late hostilities with the Bur- mese, in default of better freights, loaded with wheat for the Mauritius and occasioned a glut, Owing to the attack of the weevil and the perish , ing condition in which wheat is kept in that . island, the price naturally fell very low. This state of things is therefore but very temporary, and cannot in the least affect the sale of any shipment which may be making at this time from Van Diemen's land. Wheat kept in granaries there would have absolutely been flown away with by the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE Bank Directors will sit for Discount on + Wednesday, Friday being a Holiday. By Order of the President and Board of Di« rectors. J. Gardiner, Secretary. April 6, 1827. GEORGE the FOURTH* by the Grace of God* of ~ the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire» land* King* Dejendcr of the Faith* and so farth% * In the Administration of Alexander Waddell* late of Ho» . baH'town* Architect and Stone-mason* deceased* to the next of Kin of ths said Alexander Waddell*, and all \ Christian people* { GREETING : YOU are hereby cited and warned to be and appear in Our Supreme Court of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction for Fan Diemen's land and ils Dependencies* at the Court-house at Hobart-town* on Monday the 23d day of April in stant, to* - shew Cause why Administration of the Goods* Chattels* and Credits of the said Alexander Waddell should not be grant- ed to George Beaumont of Hobart-town* aforesaid* Victual- ler* a Creditor of the said Alexander Waddell. Witness the...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

?yi ? iwiiii ii m mm^ÊaÊmmmtmÊK*^*wam*wmim^*wmm^mmwmmm*mm^*mm^tmm*mm*^mwmmm**w^mm*l^^**immm GOVERNMENT ORDER. , * Colonial Secretan/s Office* March 20, 1827. Ihe Lieutenant Governor has been pleased' to appoint Mr. James William Daniels to be* Assistant Surgeon at Macquarie Harbour, vic** Barnes, resigned. 7 * By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, ^ J* BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. * Colonial Secretary's Office, April &> 1827.v THE Officers at the heads of the several Public Departments, are hereby required to furnish to this office, on or before the 16th inst. the usual Official Reports and Returns, in Dup- licate, for the Quarter ending 31st March last» * By Command of His Excellency» The Lieutenant Governor, , ,. Jf. Burnett.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

: GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 28, 1827.. The Deputation appointed at the late Public Meeting, convened by the Sheriff, to watt upon The Lieutenant Governor 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 occa- sion have not been understood, His Excellency has directed the following statement of the cir^ cumstahcesto belaid before the Public, whom the Deputation were intended to represent. * No intimation was made to -the Lieutenant^ Governor of the desire of the Deputation to waitj" j upon him on the 19th instant, until 9 o'clock in& ,,,! iheniorning of that day, on His Excellency's^ ! return from New Norfolk. The time was not fixed hy His Excellency, but named by theC Sheriff; in a verbal communication with the Pri- \ ^ate Secretary, as th^ hour, which, if conveni- ent to His Excellency, would b...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, AprilS, 1827. . REQUIRED for the Public Service the un- dermentioned articles, viz : Lime Hair, 100 bushels, Wool, clean washed, and > ^ . packages included, > * Red Ink Powders, Six dozen. * Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tenders for Stores," with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this Office, until noon, on Tuesday the 17th instant. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store-keeper. By Command of His Excellency, ¿/v The Lieutenant Governor, . v x J. Burnett»

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. v Colonial Secretary's Office, April 5, 1827. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alteration in the Police at.New Norfolk : George Braley, per Lady East, tobe Con- stable vice Richard Yeoman, resigned. By Command of His Excellency, ' J» BURNETT. , »''." ' ? - ' .'I ,? . | . I i i i ' ' ??

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER.     Colonial Secretary's Office, April 4, 1827.   THE period for which the undermentioned   persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly : George Brown, ... Maria   William Norman, ... Ditto   John Marshall, ... Ditto         John Davis, ... Ditto   John Patterson, ... Juliana     Henry Hartley, ... Ditto           James Potterell, ... Ditto   Samuel Adams, ... Guildford (4)   By Command of His Excellency,   The Lieutenant Governor,   J. BURNETT.        

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THE SETTLEMENT AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

I i**» í* T&à VBtà&àMfiitv 4T ¡two GEonqvl^SQWD.. THçjbri* ,4wity sailed from Sydney on the 9th of JW, vernor last? with Major Lockyer^ of the billi regiment, as eommàndatftÇ a detachment cf twenty of the 39th9 twenty- t three prisoners, and a surgeon, to form a settlement at this place, J Aff&l experiencing much had weather and contrary winds) during*wJiichi the brig touched at George-town^ and havings suffered severely in a gale at Storm-bay j came up to Bobart-townto refit on the 1st of December j (he parly arrived safe at King George's Sound, and anchored in Prin- ces? Royal harbour, about a mile from the shorey on the %btth of the same month. The vessel was piloted into Ulis ^ noble basin by ff Lieutenant Festing of the Fly ; it is nine miles in circumference with a narrow entrance from the east. On landing they were met by two natives and a boy, wHo" came Mp without the slightest hesitation* Major " Ldckyer immediately proceeded lo explore the country, ...

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