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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

*'- ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, . * April % The colomiàl brig Haweis, 71 lona John JHBffif master, from Port Louis. Isle of France, 14th of February with a cargo of s uga r^ consisting of 8*21 bags,' weighing nett 119,927 lbs% French, 1 bale of leather, and 1 "bax'af castor oil. Passengers, Mr* and Mrs. Barnes and servant. * SAILED FROM HOBART-TOWN, J April 6. The ship Marquis of Lansdown, 208 tons-, for Sydney and Calcutta, with 1 case confectionery, 3 ditto foys Jrom John Dean, 1 ditto, papers, 8$c. G* T. Howe, 2 cask* vinegar, C, ffright, 1 ditto wine, TV* B% Shand, 466 half chests tea, TV. A. Bethune, and 30 tons potatoes* ' Passengers, ¿ïfessrs. Shand, Underwood, and Read. In the Derwent, , The brigs Caledonia and Haweis, schooner Sydney Pack" et, and hulk Duke of York. ARRIVED AT LAUNCESTON, March 29% The cutler Governor Arthur from Sydney, the A 9th ultimo*, with a full cargo of sundry goods* This ^vessel is chartered by Mr* Emmett and brings no news* The lirig Industry, which sa...

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

¿*.s .COURT OF REQUESTS. NÖTICE is hereby given that this Court will ^belield ïâtHOBARTsTOWN* (by adjournment)* at* Thursday the 17th day of May next* for ¿ihç trial of all Causes* the defendants in which , may be resident within that part of the island called'Buckinghamshire; and* ,jLt LAUNCESTON* on Thursday the 1th d% of June next for the trial of all causes the defendants, in which may be resident within that part of the Is land called Cornwall. ¡Plaints in causes to be tried at Hobart« tawn, must be filed at my office* in Hobart-town, on or before Saturday the 28th day, of April injitant* and in Causes to be tried at Launces- ton* the Plaints must be filed at the Office of Mr. Robert Wales, ofthat Town* on or before Saturday the 19/Ä day oj[May next. '«All Plaintiffs musty atthetime of filing their JPlaints* deliver full particulars in writing of their Demand. Joseph Hone, Commissioner of the Court. ; April 5, 1827. Sheriff 's Office April 5, 1827. In the Supreme Court, Loane v...

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SUPREME COURT, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

SUPREME COURT, .s MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1827. ' The sittings of the second term commenced thiYmornmg, but no business of importance was heard, and the criminal court sat at ii o'clock for, the foi lowing trials :-t James Kerr was charged with stealing various . rrtîcles of wearing apparel to the value of £11, . on the 3d of February, out of the Commissariat Stores, the property of George Dudfield., Ver- dict-Guilty of stealing a pair of boots only. Daniel Macfadden was charged with stealing ^n axe, on the 31st of December, the property tif the King. Verd ict- Guilty. David Thomas was charged with stealing a Mi value 10s. the property of one William Tay- lor, who lost it in coming from Ralph's bay to I Kangaroo point in a state of intoxication at '; Christmas las*. Taylor was carrying a pig on J his back, which worked its way out of the b£g '«nd rap off, in the pursuit of which, his hat also w11 lost. Verdict-No4 guiUy, ,¿ v^ ! TUESDAY. ^ ¿ * - Benjamin Jackson was tried for uttering ana ...

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LA PEROUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 April 1827

        LA PEROUSE. Yesterday arrived for refreshment, the Honorable East         India Company's ship Research, P. Dillon, Esq. command-   er, (mounts 16 guns and carries 78 men), from Calcutta,     23d of January, on a voyage of discovery to the South   Pacific, in search of the survivors of the French frigates La Boussole and L'Astrolabe, under the late Count de la Perouse.   Passengers, His Royal Highness Brian Boru, a New   Zealand prince, Morgan M'Murrah a New Zealand noble-   man, secretary and aid de camp to the prince ; Captain   Speck of the Bengal Army, who remains here for the re- covery of his health, and Monsieur Chaigneau of the   French Consulate department. Captain Dillon, who has frequently visited these colo-   nies, (formerly of the ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 11,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

.*-? '.??? .1' ' ' ' ' - GOVERNMENT NOTICE, : I <* t - Colonial Secretary1s Office, April 11,1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service*, the undermenlion» ed"articles, viz :- * , Foolscap paper, 1st* class, 50 ream*, s * - Ditto, common 30 ditto, . ' , fiost ditto, y SO ditto, »Cartridge or printing paper 20 ditto, Blotting paper, 5 ditto, s Slack lead pencils # gross, » Red tape % groan pieces, Indian rubber 24 bottles, i \Large iron chest j 1 Horse shoe nails 2 cwt% Iron Saucepans 6 Calico 20 pieees ' Water colour, green, 50 Ibv. Cart tyres, 3 inches wide by three-quarters thick, 12 sets lirass pew hinges, 3 inch, 55 pairs, Brass door buttons, 55. » Tenders sealed and endorsed u Tenders for Stores," with > > f/ie prices slated in words al fem tit, will be received at this Office, until noon «*i Tuesday I tic 2l//i vntant. * Samples to be sent on the same day lo the Ordnance 1 . Store-keeper* By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J, BURNETT*

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 20, 1837, * mi ?- . - ine Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. James William Daniels to be Assistant Surgeon at Macquarie Harbour, #t#e Barnes, resigned. By Command of His Excellency, \ The Lieutenant Governor, " ^"O J. BURNETt.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office April 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE;* Colonial Secretaras Officer Äpril£% 1827. REQUIRED for the Public, Ser vice the uti ' dermentioned articles, vizi'- \:, .Lime Hair, 100 bushels, : | Wool, clean washed* and > one ion ¡ packages included- > , Ár, (% 9 I Red Ink Powders, Six dozen, " ' i\ Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tender« for . "Stores," with the.prices stated id wptds atlengtb, will be received at this Office, untit noon, on Tuesday the 17th instant. Samples tovbe s$nt on the same day to the Ordnance * Store- keeper. - By Command of His Excellency * '-* [ The Lieutenant Governor ,'." ' /:'\ .J- BUßNJETr.

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POLICE April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

POLICE April 9. Captain Dillon, of the Research* was this day held to bail before Mr. Mulgrave and Air. An- stey, to answer the complaint of Dr. Tyller for assault and battery, during the voyage of the ship from India hither. We forbear entering into the merits of this case until it is decided before a higher tribunal. --&&&

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

< 'V SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. J. T. COLhLCQTT, At his Auction Martin Murry-stréèt, on Thurs* day next, the 19th instant, at 13 o'clock pre- cisely, without reserve. ¿Op EWES of a "much improved Breed. Prompt payment. \ / : ?4 ? iii ? Ti I ii, i. J. ii THIRTY POUNDS REWARP; WHEREAS five of my best Sows and a Bar- row were last night stolen from my barn yard, jthe above reward will be given to any person who may give such information as will bring the. thieves to conviction. \ Forcett, April 12, 1827, James Gordon, GOVERNMENT MILL. WHEAT.-Persons willing to supply the quantity of Wheat required here for the ensu- ing six months, will be pleased to transmit fheir Tenders to me, on or before the 30//* inst The Wheat will be taken in between the hours of seven in the morning and five in the ¿z ^-afternoon, and measured immediately, that the settler may be put to no inconvenience. April 10th i837. John Walker. >?? ? ".? ?>- . -*-~-"~ .< , THE subscriber has rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

CAPTAIN RALPH of the Ship Albion, hereby cautions the inhabitants against giving credit to the crew of the said vessel, as he will not be responsible for any debts by them con- tracted. - sales ey auction] B ¥ MB.'j: a UNDERWOOD* < ; At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on f Fri- day the* 20th instant, for the benefit of those concerned. , THE TRUNK of the brig Apollo,T she now J lies on the N.W. side of Maria Island, half a \ . mile from the settlement. The decks are com- j plete and are made of Baltic fir, forty feet | ?; lengths, lower masts and bowsprit. . } , "r"- Also * '"" f On Moridciy the 30ih instant, ; _ ALL the standing and running rigging, a«* chors, cables, warps, sails, yards, blocks, and 1 appurtenances, saved from * the above wreck. The sails and rigging are quite new, and bave J reeeived but little injury. ¿ / l "i-'-P' I »

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

SHIPPING Z; COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, AprilÜ. ,The schooner llel<y, M)\ lo'ns, F. Hanby, R. jY, master, (Cop ain Cooling, owner), from the Cape of Go d Hop-, \sl if Ftbruory, with 50 pipes, 2¿7 ha¡f ditto, and 54 quarter ditto Cape wine* Passenger, Thomas Cumming?, F*q, April 12. The transport shtp Albion* 479 tors, James Jla'ph, c;mmander, from Sydney 3d in>lant, with various elotes for Government, the orzan for S* John's chnrfh* < Launceston,100 hoares tea for Mr» C, Wright, and 7 casks elephant oil fir London, Passengers, D, Commissary Gérerai and Mrs* IFewyss and servant, Ens'gn Leu-it, and Mr, Cowper* SAILED FROM HOBART-TOWN, This day. The svhanrer Sydmy Packet, 84 tons* Daniel \ Taylor, master, for Java, or ary other mark t thal may lest suit, with 2200 bushels wheat in bags and bulky and , 15 lons flour in 112 (>agu In the Derwekt, The ships Tiger* albion, Research, brig Caledonia, schooners Haweis and Hetty, -ARRIVED AT LAUN...

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ROSS MARKET and RACES [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

I rUOSSWARKET and RACES T/ic market at Ross ivas but thinly attended, but iff at" »lock had been brought forward it would have been readily bought up. All that was offered fit for the knife was sold, at good prices* There wus a considerable demand for mares at high prices* The races were respectably attend» ed, and according to the phrase, went off w11. Our edito- rial chair not having a locomotive power, prevented us *rom enjoying the pastime, ard ive have not been favoured willi an^tißijai" account of the proceedings. The course was lined off'in the real Newmarket siyfe, and an elegant stand was ê)*p?led j'commanding a full view <of the whole, ?* and containing ab§ve half a hundred ladies and, gentle men. At one time five horses startad, the riders regularly quipped in different coloured capsfyjackets, fy as they glided e along, obscured at intervals by the foliage of the trees,,##.;, - eye was delighted by so gay and complete an example of tins - : . , ' genuine Englis...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

. GOVERNMENT ORDER. I Colonial Secretary's Office, April 3, 1827. .THE Officers at the heads of the several r iE^Î? Departments, are hereby required to î *%£*$?!? io$te office, on or before the loth inst. wbîlî? ^?lal öffic!al Sports and Returns, in Du ; ', Wipate, for the Quarter ending 81st of March lapt. ; '-.,..»,' * (S By Command of His Excellency       The Lieutenant. Governor,         J. Burnett.          

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER.   Colonial Secretary's Office, April 10, 1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased to appoint Charles Bethel Lyons, Esq. Clerk of the Peace and Registrar of the Court of Requests. By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

SUPPLY MILLS, LAUNCESTON. ; ;THE( undersigned being desirous toleavèlthe* ¿colony- hereby gives notice of his intention to . dispose of the above.: valuable property with ihe whole of its appurtenances, consisting of three dwelling-houses^ a blacksmith's shop, from 1000 fo ,lô0p;0flour sacks, three boats with masts, ears and sails complete, (one of which is compe ítent to carry 4Ö0 bushels of wheat), mill bills, * «corn ^barrows, spare bolting wire cloth, with ,every other requisite for carrying on such a con- cern. Also, about 200 pigs, of an improved .breed, with piggeries, troughs, <fec. <&c. The mills are situated at the mouth of the Sup- ply river, on the west bank of the Tamar, twenty miles from Launceston, and about the same dis- tance from George-town ; they possess the ad- vantage of water carriage to the door, for a ves "selof thirty tons to discharge and take in her . cargo ; run two pair of four feet six inch French * burr stones, with smith...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

'' FREE SERVANTS. Wanted, a free wo* frtan, in a small family in town, as Nurse: also, one as House Servant. Enquire at the Gazette office» FOR RIO JANEIRO & LIVERPOOL. , THE Admiral Cockburn, Captain W. J. Cooling, being about to proced from Launces- ton and this port immediately on her arrival from Sydney, any gentleman wishing to ship either Wool or Wheat for the above ports, is requested to make early application to Mr. Rankin, Launceston, and to J. Bell & Co. (late Captain Briggs) on the Wharf. THE Brig HA WEIS, Captain Dibbs, will toil for Sydney, on or before the 16th instant. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or to Messrs» J. Bell & Co» on the Wharf, April 5, 1827. GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire - < ' land, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth, In the Administration of Alexander Waddell, late of Ilo harl-lown, Architect and Stone-mason, deceased, to the ( , nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

NOTICE. ' TH JE Salariés' for the Quarter ending the 31$t .¡March last, are in course of Payment. April 9,1827. .^qseíyn; Thomas, i , Colonial Treasurer. -:-L-L-!-i-:_t.t^°*,; ? - ' Engineer's Office, April li; 1827. TENDERS will be received at this office on, or before, the 20th inst. forthè cartage of 250,000 Bricks from the Government Brick-fields to the Military Barracks. The Contractor .must, engage to. deliver at least 40,000 per weÍfe¿ .,'..=.->:^;¿:-.v^-?:-í^'^ -.:>" ?*????. ?- . ....; ...,* ,^v,..:./i&tflftn^cr. A comnrodious-itSro tifofey brick house« si tuaiediin Mekilte^trèèt^St^Asiént in the o¿ ,cPJWtioja. Qf&r,Ros®, cont^ninífóW£bod rooms jind.fiye smidkr^ifto^rittt& igfW^aiSefced, ígAg^f* ^Wpookfitreet^ Paper* ; -V-..--;» -.--f« <ç-yS :Ä» = ^Sfc-.,**?.

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CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 7.       John Goundry and George Dixon were found guilty of stealing a jacket and a handker- chief from Thomas Mac Dermott on the 14th of December. MONDAY, APRIL 9.   John Clayton and George Dunnings, Mr. Owen's late servants at Bagdad, were tried for stealing two hundred lambs, value £100 the pro- perty of Thomas Anstey, Esq. on the 18th of     December. Verdict-Both Guilty.       Nicholas Crawley was discharged by proclamation.   Thomas Bidwell Child was arraigned upon an information for forgery, which contained 12. counts. Upon the motion of Mr. Dawes, and up- on the affidavit of the prisoner, the trial was post-     poned till Saturday, to enable the prisoner to bring his witnesses over from Launceston.   TUESDAY, APRIL 10.       &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

J. & J. SOLOMON have received since their last advertisement, a selection of perfumery, con- . Y sisting of Macassar oils, curling finid, oils ol'roses . and jessamin, pomade divine, aromatic vinegar, J essence of peppermint, French scents, ¿c. ; 1 black and coloured Gros de Naples and sarse t nets, black silk handkerchiefs, superior Welsh f flannel, at 2s. 6d. per yard; fine linen ticking,, ~ a quantity of 3 and 4 bushel bags, bagging by - the bolt or other quantity, 2 and 3 lay sewing ; twine, &c. &c. ' * Ifc3* Genuine Cognac brandy at lGs. Hollands at"16s. Jamaica rum 13s. and white wine at Ôs. per gallon, in quantities not less than five gal " lons. i * r A variety of Jewellery ; Watches and Jewel- lery repaired. * ' A THRASHING MACHINE. .1 1 t FOR SALE at Mr. Stokells, Macquarie \ street, the entire new castings complete of a , threshing Machine, capable of thrashing 100. ' bushels in 12 hours with four bullocks or-three, horses, price £50 sterling, or 7...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 April 1827

HOBART-TOWN,     SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1827.       Proposed Bridges.- Our duty compels us to remark the supineness of the people in urging these structures, so important and necessary to the success of the colony. For our parts we shall not cease to advocate their erection until we see them fairly in progress. It is ascertained that a less sum than £20,000 would complete bridges across the Derwent both at the Black Snake and Elizabeth-town. Let every settler interested in them (and who is not?) but contribute his ? towards the expense, and his The Gazette Office was this day removed to Liverpool-street, opposite the Police office. voice to entreat the Government to promote the measure,     and we shall soon be able to pass from one end of the   island to the other, without danger or delay. Three weeks   ago, the punt crossing at Green point having a cart be- &nb...

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