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COLONIAI TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 23, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

, HOBAKT TOWN: JULY 2a, 1880. belalie impressed upon }onr minds, let it be ¡nsulleä into your ohildrent that the Liberty of the Prens is the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights, j »? "" Jumas The proprietors of those dens of corruption veil known here by the name of sly «grog shops, v luve, within the last tea days, received so wholesome and seveie a check, that we fully expect the system will, at all events for some' , time, "be completely abolished. Too much praise-cannot be bestowed on those whoso ex eitions have been the 'cause of/bringing to light these nefarious retailers of spirituous . liquors ; for only let it be remembered what sort , iof characters are usually the customers and in- mates of these notorious brothels, and by -their 'abolition what benefit will be rendered' to so- ciety. ;?.>?$£$¡.-are not lof those who. are.anxious , to attempt,: at one sweep, to entirely do away ? willi the consumption of spirituous liquors ; for¿ .we are full...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

feifej; GOVERNMENT NOTICES. |^ER!Cl^IGA;rESu of ,,Freed0m4aîe^eQ ^¿/-.granted !to the undermentioned Persons-:-?:?-,;> ,-.";, ^ .HenryEvans, the-younger;'140,; Chapman, lv" .,-.',[; ;. Edward Chambers,,648; ditto^l:^ >?>-.- ??? ?-?-v'-uiw ,..?-. íámes;Ashe¿'il4;;CbápmanÍ' 181ft^; ¡i !.'!;' v^,': :o ¡Isaac Redmayne,'3G8,Asia>l. ;>:.?!.¡-¡.^.v.-:,rriv;,-;.-,., ¡p;\J«bniRicb^383/.Phb;nix;ii2. :.wí ^ ^ ^¿^\¿¿ 'ï-.h-.-tua-.yriçi'/,?:...By'Hi* Excellency's Command, 'i.ii í¡' w.-* v.'ï*w r'-r n.i«--..'<:.,:.;iii:>!ú; vi"«^'-'-.'-^.'^ÄETT. ' ?? ? "'^ ? ;; '.':?* ; V ^'Colonial Secretary's. OJíce/ .Xwty'ïi" igso ' .'iTO.H-E ¡Lieutenant Governor has^been piea¿ej ; ic. to grant the,updprmentíonéd Indulgence':-^!'.. T....-; ,i-,-!7.>!'' .'^ TICKET OFJLEAVE. ':.!'.-;??'., ; .Jame%;Clark,,68p, Lady..East.j.:; --;,': - ir,:>.;(,',-..,,. ? By His Excellency's Coinniañd; ?<« '?::? .>.,"' '","''''??'.;" ?'-|;-; '-'' .'"'.'.''.''.'>'?'f'?'?.'/..'.'.'...

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Original Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

, ', . 'is»- '." i"t. '' <-'>'; Original Communication. .         Mr. EDITOR, - Noticing some observations of Contemporary, respecting the Island of   Bourbon and being aware what little is generally known among the English respecting that   place since the French hare been repossessed   of it; perhaps you may consider the following observations, made by me during a short     sojourn there, of sufficient interest to find a place, in your columns. I am, sir, your obedient servant M.               At day break on the 2d of July, we made the Island of Bourbon; on the first view of the land, the prospect was barren in the extreme; having the whole of the pervious night made for the burning mountains, we were then, when morning broke, within a couple of miles of the foo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 July 1830

For london Öirect. ? CoiriBiu'íe'r,-j -v--j-,» -- -,-.- -r , , pjitoM for¡tbe/abave;Pbrt ontoriibefo're the 20th September, . ' . M Á? grever, iiartvofjlieii Cargo :is already j engaged. ¡ . ; ¡,;. I i' « ''"' ^.fq^FrôiglUlorj Passage,; pppjyi to ' -,-, v/ ..;; ..di (ni -, '" v"'r- '. V " ,..:, ."Vf -, , W. WILSON.. [??¡ *ffi3fäfäWmty'^fä&c\iA# 'î^rig ELÏZÂ-, .W^&'íSU '. ÄESPJ9F; 300 Toñs^.SMenitOwvtft-Sw^s,,r [.'? Jsjí/K'' IN. i¡ Commander,' .will rsáil ifö'r |b¿» above; Portitn' 14.' '.¿MI.: ???? '.?:.'..,.?".'.- h-a: VIÍ'K> ,V:Í¡:D.!;¡Í¿Í.¿^Í_;;Í .J'?'..;,; ! '-1 "?? ^jjjiüe^wR'h*^^ -, f-'yàï Freight or pnssá^Váppfy to '\ " .'..,'.? .v./' '' .','. Hobart Tou¡n,iJjty)9t ÏB30.ï..< .ii'--''- Wi ,:.i-.i.-^1^ ' "^ »iii '''l'>Äfi ^"i. 1,,!i l:¿.'"! ,:;ia ..'¡:-'1"Hu ! lirpjbïiE Shipi'NAN.GY', W. ÎPKYCÎÎ}; __TT,,.^_ JL Esq. Commander, being daily:expected, from SjaneyTw»ll caM¿#^i»¿P.(>jCfc».for.sacb Freight and Passen.; «ri a» nittV oiler, and «iHrem...

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An [?] to the fleas of freemantle. (From the Freemantle Western Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

ait ¿W to tietfiea» of JFmmaittlp. " (From the Fteemantle Western Australian ) \ Í I I l> «Ml -a._ I Australian distuibers of my sleep, r )v No mote my "weaiv bod,) bite , < h ' , , , Begone \ou rogues ' your distance keep, , . , And let me stiore away the night , ?? , I l * L ii" *' * ft , T ij( "\\ ii) You «nek the crimson flqod, jX ,, i t You hopping, jumping, ugly crew ? | ' r W ill nothing please you but my blood ' / Andjlut th itiloiv--with toi meut too. (í ¡ t i Then lake joui hil, jon thirsty elves, i j 'Tis willi my hie, tho to mj sorrow,, ¡ Drink, stoundiels drink, and burst yourselves, 1 hat 1 may have some sleep to monow. ,

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Anecdote. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

, Anecdotes' v'When Lord Ellenborough was Lord Chief Justice, a la- bouring bricklayer was called as a witness, when became up to be .sworn, bis Loidsbip .said to him- , < " ' Ruilly, witness, when you have to appear before'this Court, it is your bounden duty to be more clean and d'eoent in 3 our appearance.' " ' Upon my life,' said the witness, ' if your Lordship comes to that, I'ni thinking I'm every bit as well 'dressed as yoar Lonlship.' ', , . ' " . '»r " ' How do you mean, Sir?' said his Lordship,' an^iily. " ' Why, faitb,J said the Inbouier, 'you como heie in your woiking clothes, and J'ni come in mine.' "

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

Sydney News. <;/ We consider that tradesmen in England, when the times are piettyMalr, earn more*, and live more cleanly and comfortable than the tradesmen ever did in Syd- ney. For in England, if a man do but get employment, he is > sure of his wages on the Saturday night. If in New South Wales he get lu* wages in full tale according to agreement on lie Saturday night, it is an exception to the general rale. Hence it is, that the moral» of New South Wales are so bad. Over-speculation, a grasping temper, and rash enterprises, induce men to engage ¡n concerns beyond their means ; and tbey make up for their own culpability on this head, by breaking their contracts with their workmen, and then ex- tenuate this part of their conduct, by making an outory about the scarcity of money ! When in fact, the things that are nally scarce with such persons, are, prudence, economy, , simplicity of mind, and dread of doing a dishonourable thing, »specially towards the working classes....

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Pozing a Counsel. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

I ' Poking a Counsel. . -. r < ,/, I Brougham now and then relapses into a Bar recollection. The following is his best, and as such, his most frequent story. < It is u happy' instance of' the elucidalion'of fonts in tcourt. ' ' ' ' ' ! > * '. v ' During the assizes, in,a ease of assault and battery, where a stone had been tlnowo by the defendant, the following clear and conclusive evidence Was drawn out of a Yorkshireman :-' 1 Did you see the deicndint throw the stone?-I saw a stone, and I'ze pretty sure the defendant throwed it. : ,« Was it a large stone ?-*I should say it wur a largesh stone. , ' 'I What was its size ?-I should say a sizeable stone! / Can't }ou answer definitely how big it was?-I should say it wur a stone of some bigness. ' ' ' , ' Can't you give the jury some idea of the stone?-Why, as near as I recollect, it wur something of a stone. Can't you compare it to sonio other objeot ?-Why, «if I wur to compare it, so as to give some notion of t...

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The Furlough—an Irish Anecdote. "Time was called."—BOXIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

;' The Furlough-an Irish Anecdote. " lune was called. -BoxiANA. J In the autumn of 1816, sonic private allans called me into the sister kingdom , and as 1 did not travel, like Polyphe- mus, with my eye out, I gathered a few samples ot lush cha racter, amongst which was the following incident ! Í was standing one morning at the window of" mine Inn," when my attention was attneted by a scene that look place beneath i he Belfast couch was standing at the door, mid on the Toof, ifi front, sat a solitary outside passenger, a fine young (ellow in the uniform of the Connaught Rangers , ¡Below, bv the front wheel, stood an old woman, secmin0ly lus mother, a young man, and a young woman, sister 01 sweetheait, and tiley woie ill earnestly entreating the young soldier to descend horn his stat on the co cb " Come down wid yP, lhady '-the speaker was the old woman-' Come down now to your ould mother Sure it's Jflog ve they will, uid slup the flesh oil tilt bones I giv ye Come down fliady, dailin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

MARRIED—On the 21st Instant, at St. John's Church, New Norfolk, by the Rev. H. W. ROBIN- SON, A.M., WILLIAM BARNES, Esq., J. P., of Launceston, to ANN JANE, only daughter of JOHN SHARLAND, Esq., Lower Clyde.     DIED—At Launceston, on the 25th May last, in child-bed, Mrs. SARAH APPLEYARD, a young woman, of amiable and exemplary conduct. She was a daughter of Mr. JAMES UNDERWOOD, of Sydney, and has left her hus- band and infant daughter to lament her untimely loss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

;, GOVERNMENT NOTICES. . !, .. v,::'? ,.-. Colonial Secretary's-Office, July 2I;;I830 CERTÍFICATJES ¿r Freedom tíavc Bee¿ -(granted to Ita undermentioned .Persons-:-. '" "'_';?'?'''??' .''Thomas', Peters, 355, Chapman. . , . .. , -.?.?'??» 'James Anderson,'195,' ditto. . y" ?! ' , ",. "'": " ' '? ? , William BbÍÍin'uraaaBollánd,,:dítto. '.í"',,,i,,':''',"í" "'William ''Haïe; Ó09, ditto. '? ., / ,' " V!. ; ""^ Joseph Ward, 592, ditto ,- " I ]' ' : '' '"'? ' T '.:¡;- '' JohnShipiey; (¡8ß, Sir 'Cliarles'FdrhésV^ ;'; fi';; - % .' .James-Meeson,'i482}'Ph'*hiv,'2.'/ :;,:- " '.-"T^ T-^"" Jblin Clowes; C2Î; ditto. ; * " . ' ?' ?>v!'.,'.);!Jfi>.J?',tfK.-.v-i Richard Wright, 587, diltó.^ -.-'? ''.;?';? --?'/.V? !^TT<*¡, By Hu Excellency's Command;" ' ; : v ' . '.'.,, ? , » , . ,.--'.. , ,_-?, ,,,*?> , ,,,'''J'. RlIRNETT. THE Lieutenant Governor has *been. pleased to grant the undermentioned Indulgence :r-> ; ".-?' V '" :?'' TICK ETOF. LEAVE. ;?'-.- - .->.- T y .John ...

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Original Communication. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

' Original Communication. , (Continued from our last.") _ The mer of St Denis, of which 1 have alreadv made mention, as (he water being of the very puresi description, is, ni the summer season, a mere brook, but, ddring the heavy rains, so augments in size, that if may tiuly be called a louent Sometimes it will overflow the banks near the town, and not uriliequuitly cause great destruction, sweep nig away a pul t ol the suburbs which he near the river. To ascend this little winding summer stream is a dchgbtul exploit, it finds its way along a sort of immense gulph, whioh some time 01 othei must have been caused by a violent conoussioii of nature, or an earthquake , this chasm has evi dently thus been divided, for, if any person will take the ti on ule lo examine the inequalities on either side, he will per ceive they coi respond yalli those of the opposite, and were ihe saino vnst power to propel them again together, they would loi k in and leave no trace of the preseut awful di vis...

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Quarter Sessions, MONDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

Quarter Sessions, Monday, July 26.         Rex v Thomas Minty, - charged with stealing in October last, a seal and other trinkets, the property of his master, Captain Hughes, of 63d Regiment, now deceased. Plea,   Not Guilty- Verdict- Guilty. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Rex v. Patrick Crayton and George Smith. - Crayton charged with stealing in the cell in the Penitentiary, from the person of Henry Stanton, also a prisoner, an order for the sum of £1 Is. 6d on the Savings' Bank. George Smith, charged with receiving the same, knowing it to be stolen. Plea, Not Guilty-Verdict-Guilty. Sen- tence, each 14 years transportation, and recommended to be sent to Macquarie Harbour. Rex v. Thomas Smith, Robert Gudge, Thomas Primrose,   and Thomas Walker.-The Court having taken these men's cases into their consideration, mitigated their former sen- tences, aud then passed the sentence of 7 years on each, and recommended to be sent away.

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Latest English Fashions. [FROM THE WORLD OF FASHION.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

,\., ;, \ .tatest English Tashions. ^ / I a "' "H [rROM THE WORUD OF FASHION.] ^À'BRIDAL-MIESS.-A. white luco dress over a 'white' 'Satin slip. The corsage is cut low and square, and made to set olosetd the shape. The bust is trimmed found with a double fall of blond lace, so niranged as to fornri»«ni(7ieronv. The sleeve extremely short and full, und is terminated by a double fdrt of blond lace, which reaches to the elbow. A' largeWin rouleau borders the diess, and is surmounted by a very 'dspp trimming composed of satin, and edged with harrow blond-lace. The huir is dressed in very full bows intermingled with platted bands behind, and in laige curls tin the forehead. A superb lace veil is confined to the hack of the head hy a wreath of orange flowsrs, which is brought across the crown of the head, and mingles with'the bows of the' han. The necklace, bracelets, and earrings, aie bf massive gold. HATS AND BONNETS.-The most novel carriage ' hats have the crown in the form ol a helmet....

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

Police Reports. Arthur Oakes aad Richard Green, for drunkenness. - Fined 5s. John Kelly and John Williams, deserting from the ship Wave - Committed to gaol. James Lang, ticket-of-leave suspended for being found in   Henry Bye's Public-house on a Sunday.   A number of prisoners, ticket-of-leave men, women, and others attended the office, on various charges of living together in an illicit and improper intercourse, were severally admonished upon their promising to pursue a different course of life. Stewart Cunee, drunkenness. - Fined 5s. Sarah Bowyer and Mary Murphy, convicted of drunkenness and disorderly conduct. - Fined 5s. each, and bound over for their good behaviour.   John Paine, Wheat Sheaf, harbouring a convict in his house - Fined £1. James Lindsay, Liverpool-street, harbouring a conviot in his house. - Fined £5. William Cormack and John Robinson, charged with   receiving a stolen sheet. - Complaint dismissed. The case of J...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

English Extracts«. His MAJESTY enjoyed his usual state of health , he intended to hold a Levee on the 21st April, und a Drawing Room on the 2ád, in honor of his Birth day. Consols had rather fallen since the last advice received-92J was about the price when the Sir Char es Forbes left. The cfrief feature in the financial plan of the Chancellor of the Exchequer is the abolition of the beer duty, of the leather duty, and,of the duty on cider. The revenue arising from the first be calculated in round numbers at £3,000,000 (though last year it amounted tof 3,200,000) , the second at £390,000, a'nd the last at £25,000 , making a total, in mond numbers, of £3,400,000 The abolition of the tax on beer, for reasons which the Chancellor of the Exchequer detailed, is not to commenoe till die beginning of October, the tax on leather lasts till July , and the whole loss in the revenue ot the pre | sent year will not exceed £700,000 or £800,000. At the early part of the present quarter, ' which w...

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To the Editor of the "Western Australian." [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

To the Editor of the " Western Australian." \ SIR,-Being merely a biid of passage lately alighted here, and shortly about to resume in) flight, the remarks I may make, so circumstanced, may sliictly be considered as the cool feelings, of an observer, having no interest to ¡>erve. Since my arrival in this land of promise, (which a greatly celebrated botanist " hesitates not to pronounce superior to any in New South Wales ," "the superiority of the soil, the' open state of the country, not averaging more than ten trees lo an acre, and the non-existence of any iniperfimonl to land carriage, these extraordinary advantages which will enable the settler to bring bis farm into immediate culturo, ico.") I have wandered over a considerable space, mid noted the difieren,! remarks of the residents, of al) classes, and fiom a previous acquaintance with some of the most respectable, I have had ii pcculiai facility for gaining information. I have seen a lame duck or two m5 sel F tv addling abo...

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From the Western Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

j ;-'' Fjtt>i¿''tó^efte^^ ' JUNE 2«, 1830_Shipping. Intelligence.-> To sail-the Britannia,''Ramsay,-R. N,,JCommander, (or, Launceston and Sydney ; the Bombay > < Dare, «Commander,' for Hobart Town; the William i Young, Commander, for I Calcutta as early as possible ; the Eliza, Dought, Comman- der, for Singapore in a fewdays. In the event of ther ketch Chaser not being got off, Mr. Dutton will sell the holt, &c, and should't e " promised'assistance," be fortunate enough to take her off, into two fathom water, half the interest of her will be sold by the above indefatigable auctioneer. We are sorry to say our " little community," is thinning., In the Britannia, Mr. J. Knight, late head clerk to the Colonial Secretary, Mrs. Knight, and Mr. Kear ton, advocate, all for Launceston.     Projected Departures.^-Captain W. Ander- son, late of the TAanies, wrecked, for the Isle of France, (first ship). Captain J. Bannister, (one of our wor...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

SHIP NEWS. JiÍL Y 25.-Arrived the brig Genii, William Wells, master, from London, with 100 hogsheads of beer, 80 kegs shoj, 546 . - b.tis ¡ion, 100 casks bottled beer, 9 cases calico, 10 bales blankets,, 3 ditto carpeting, 5 cases hosieuy, 350 deals, 50 fukins butter, 19 casks chesse, 4 eases printing press, (j oases plated ware, 2 ditto fowling pieces, 5 ditto cutlery, 0 bales woollens, l case haberdashery, 5 cnsesliats, 20D blicks, 1 hogshead brandy/4 packages chaise and harness, 3 cases hosiery, and sundiy oilier articles. .> JULY 27.-Arrived the ship Bombay, Joseph Dare, master, '»f.ora Calcutta, via Swan Rivei, with 2 caaes harness, 7 packages ironmongery, I box silver ware, 6 boxes specie, 45 bags saltpetre, 100 packages hogshead staves, 5 cases port wine, 700 bags grain, IO paokaçes almirahs, 7 bales blankets, 1 ho\ books, 22 packages coffee, 16 casks cocoa nut oil, 6 cases, castor oil, 30 ditto brandy, 1 cask nutmegs", 2 boxes mace, 5 b.igs cloves, 1 phaeton, 250 bags sal...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBAET TOWN: JULY 30, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 July 1830

W HOBAET TOWN: JULY 30, 1830. ' Xet it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your ohüdren, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palla s,. diuni of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Juttius. In the Gazette of Saturday last, the Colonial Treasurer has put forth a most extraordinary Notice with respect to Rupees, being, as we {Shall presently shew, directly at variance with an Older of the Government, under date 8th 1'''March, 1826, of which we presume he njust altogether have iorgotten the existence. . Things are indeed come to a pretty pass with us, when the Acts of the Government, us'hered into the world with all the solemnity andtpomp that "By His Excellency's commßnd, J.'MON- TAGU, Secretary," can give them, are thus se,t at naught and contemned - openly defied, as it were, by one of the OiBceis of that very Go , vernniettt from whence they is&ued ; for such, as our Readers' will see upon reference to the <r Order to which we allu...

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