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

For liOndoiTDirect. '??.?>????? yv' 'mtífe-'!fi'tlk;^First"class! ^éw'"Ship _^^ 'XU 'ACJ^M7^/;'Bnrlh,eii'S00,T¿W, ? .Üííil^!i_i;. ÈJnnHander, ¡à daily« é'vpected frbmVjSydney/ nrjd will bo 'dis pitched for the above.Port;pu,or ; be fore-t be20th (September, "die greater partof berjÇar^c;.is, already, engaged. .../:i; 'U> For Freight or Passage, apply to ,.".., ;,.,,/ .,i!a¿-j ';; ' "?';;. ', .'.'";.'' ii .,''..? ..' ,,^rj;^ris^ y^.K^For'Èauncestoné'* i^<K^i< THE! fine, First-class; Brig 'ELIZA?. j, BETH, 300 Tons 'Burthen^ OLIVER <S'wAN{ ¡¡rç" li. N.,¿ Commander,.,will.sail for the above,Port.iuiljl This vessel has exbellent A^ For Freight or passage w$Srto;¿: ¿7&il*\$i '-',?'."' - ?? ^V. WILSON. For Cockburn Sound. '.,',..,",",.; (H&'Ship': NANC*'é v W.'PRYCBÍ ^^^ / Esq. Commander', .¿émg'dáily expected 'from Sidney; will calldt tbis'Port'. for 'suth' Freight and Passen^ ger« as may offer, ' àrid'will remain" 21'Days.-Fpr Freig...

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The Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

The Fisher. I I The billows rage-the breakers roar And lash their foam against the shore ' The lone sea-mew is hov'ring nigh, Piercing the wild blast with its cry'-> The Fisher dreads the approaching storm ; ' As o'er the briny sarge he's borne, And homeward tnrns his Iab'ringtprow To 'scape the wrath ef Heav'oi brow ! The port's in view t-bat, ere he reach The bound'ry of yon yellow beach, The «lor» now raging round bia head May harl bim down among the dead ! His wife is seen npon the strands, Raising to Hearn her trembling bands - And streaming eye» '--She sends a pray'r That God might shield ber faithful tar! ¡ . The winds increas« !-the waves arise, And lift their head« toward the skies ! , The rains descend I-the lightnings flash ! ; The thunders burst with dreadful crash ' '' > The fleshy porpoise frisk around, j And sharks are seen in joy to bound, i Each o'er the waves uprears its back, - < '' Pursuing far<t the vessel's track. The fisher's bark b...

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SHIP NHWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

^^ SHIPNEWS     LAUNCESTON JULY 20.-Arrived the schooner Resolution,   P. Stewart, Commander, from Sydney, with 400 bags lime, 175 flag stones, 7 hbds. wine, l0 puncheons rum, 6 quarter casks do., 1 puncheon cheese, 6 cases wine, 2 pipes brandy. 3 cases twine and bottles, 8 ditto gin 6 dozen spades and| shovels 30 baskets tobacco 30 iron pots; 3 cooks pitch 1 cask oatmeal, 2 jars turpentlne. 2 bundles saws, 6 bags of corksr 5 boxes soap, 10 chësts tlea, 40 pieres cedar -Passengers Mr. and Mrs Griffiths and child, Mr. aid Mrs. Norman and children,cabin, John Watson and John M'Cornmack,steerage. Fcsscfc i emuming m the Hat bow.' , ct Jîaïquo Nimrod ; abriga . Lion,,, and Queen Charlotte^ "?schooners Prince Regent^ and Resolution.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

BIRTHS—On Sunday, August 1st, Mrs. A. BENT, of a Son.— Mrs. SWAN, of a Daughter, being her seventh child—all girls.

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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

' - ' ' 11 titerary Varieties. ''' ? "- » j ii ,1 , , 1 . ' l (c * 1 »! ' ?> , I t 1 j v.-.-:.-.v. - ? v -!-~ . . .í"i,;a-.'':' ,ia"' '' **J -. ; yf>ííhe story ' of ;the IJpafa^treë- «^gèrtorally ^knbyïn by! almost -even all\s(rjKoól[tóy^^tóaÉ^.é ^should^hesitate 'ihseriihg soold,dn?i"worn1|ou| ! Caíale, ^ ¡might .perhaps .be? thrownpa thissubject.:>»iW& ^th¿: best of -ötir rreeöUeptioin^ ^e: llave ",*nëvèi 1 stíen ¿hy,.' ac'tfóuW:-;?efiebiu'aíljf", " 'Àîi»a'^£f'á'dictíiíí*i.' ! .at! least, a pajrli! of tfealiiiróstiiin'predulous. state.! ¡ruent, although many there 'are* no doubt- who eould, and; perhaps -have WritteH fbliy-as rito what!wás the origin: ofi. the- supposition of j ¿the wonderful qualities1 of this poisonous '4rjéei~ '-"iVlany, we donbt noti'thfere are in'tfii*.. COT . tony "who could, '.were, they, willing.so to do| .\:gi've.«s batiphinformation as ip^-the, aa.thenticity or'thetale, awilioping that some one will cphf .-sitler ¡the -subject of suffici...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

aOVfiRNMENT ORB Sïu , . ( Colonial Secretary's,Office» July 2$, 183^ ALL Convicts holding Tickets-of-Leave ' &ie directed to appear on Saturday, the 4th of September next, at the Police Office of the Districts in which they re- spectively reside, for the purpose of being mastered by the Police Magistrate.^ \ s This coarse has' been adopted in order to obviate the ne- cessity of men holding Tickets-of-Leave proceeding to Ho- bart Town and Launceston periodically, as was formerly prac- tised, and it is expected that the course whioh is now di- rected ; together with the Monthly District Muster prescribed by the existing regulations, will enable the Police Magia trates accurately to ascertain the occupation, habits, and con- nexions of every individual of a class of men which,' the Lieu- tenant Governor confidently trusts, is useful to (he communitt and who, by a continuance of that good conduct which ob- tained for them,the indulgence which ihey enjoy, are, gra- dually prepari...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

English Tï&w&à .. HlS'jM-Âj'É'ifT^ during1 the',wet-k\ ' Tl'ie'Jîishpp of Chichester performed-! Di- vine ''Service'on Christmas! Day",, and uaininistereä' the.Iïoly. '8a'cro.nVe¡it'lo thc'I^^^ Among tlia'papers lately 'printed- by order of Pàrliatncut, are'' two! reports fro in'Mr. Capper, Su'porin't'éndèu't of the Hulks, On board of Which convicts under sentence of trans ! convicts ori'Boafd'wW, op IstJanuary last,- 4,^50, many of ;whotri ririi uiider'tlle age of t.vventy'i Á'.,register is kept'of 'the' labour performed' by "these .'juan, aiid" entries ol' ils esti nittt'e'd w!bilh' are regularly 'made' in the, olRce,books;. ;A, small''niiniberj' rated as artificers! .are':' considered ,to earn. thë'aïboiïtit'.atth^è ena of 'a" year orháiryeár,, is not,greatly; 'shó't'i"of!'tile' total or'their^ six .'iúoV(ií¡s"df last yeár'¿ tbe'earnings''ofjlié convicts iii -these' ^iéyiiy'lks''aniounted.tb' .''/j. ;.'¿','./. ,\!|...,7». .'';'. ,>.'' ,'¿3Í¡Cr46 5Tlie:Wial expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

For London Direct« ,< j rip HE fine r First class' New Ship IMBUE ""J.' SCIENCE, Bu|rthen30pT<»i, -}-j cîSmander. ** dafily tijieeitd' lî^mi SyftVy, Dud will bo du "atibe« f<w tíf»above Port on oí 'before *%20lh September) as the greater part ol lier Cargo is «It-tidy eofcaged^ ' ^ Par Fréigbi di< Pacage, apply to" w|Lg0N| -i-^a-:-; Fojç Launceston. . - til ¡rijie, First-clas» Bug ELÍZA __1 . J?£2fr^S0OTQÍ»Jiuribcft, OMveftSwAst _ , Jt. N., Cpmma*jbm w.iil jnulrfftflfee: *b<ri#<jr*e*H*»14 Wv jSrT* _ i- TM *«;s*el fiu« cícelltjtf Aeeoflpmoditw!» for Passeugen. For Freigut or wasaga apply to _W. WILSON. For Cockburn Sound« *4SK mriEShip NANCY» W. PRYCE, îfcgjjj^ JL Esq. Commander, being dally expected from tydeej, will call ut this Port Tor inch Freight and Passen- gers at ma; offer, and will reraam 21 Days.-For Freight or Passage apply to < W. WILSON. For Sydney* ífiL mHE fine First-class Ship .BOJtT ¿gjggi,...

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COLONIA[?] TIMES HOBART DOWN: AUGUST 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

HOBART SOWN: AUGUST G, 1030. {Lot it be impressed upon your minds, lot it be instilled into >our children, tint the Liberty of the Press is the Palla ( u diura qf all joui Civil, Jfrlijjbal, and Religious Rights. ! j, j iii JIMMS. r- ?"'i1 PI i ir LIL, i? i, mi, We-were well pleased to find an ally in a late number of the Tasmanian,*upon the subject of the 'unjust 'and impolitic measure we have more than once agitated, connected with the ^.present mode of publishing the Gazette, a ques- tion in which the Public are equally interested with the Proprietors of private Newspapeis ; anil it is upon this footing that'we have already advauced our claims to the Government for some increased-facilities towards re-publishing (gratis) their Notices, &c. &c, th'e.same week that the Courier has( now the sole opportunity of doing, and in íeply to which íepiesentation we have been courteously told that it shall re- ceive Hii> Excellency 'the Lieutenant Gover --_-n/^>^arJL¿...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

? " V í i y - To Cor.resp.onoents. '.'.The Ode on the " Creation" is rather too sombrea prnatic I im for a'niuspaper ; perhaps the writer might do well to ]>ropofeit fo^Mr. J. P.'ÜC^c, «Jin no doiét would directly «tyytf ti trs a standing psalm for St. Tlamd's.-CONRAD'S " Parting,'\ioill be. published most lilely in oui next.-The " Eietijrg elnur," at some future fleriod ; as also the lines io " Mai ia," anil tllosé well-thought though not well-wi itten j , tO$e$ofi¡P, Z.-II. ,,î?. M. idll perceive we Iwvc iiiserjted 4hii wreji,his "jFisher,"¡ and as his note ^palliates, income mcasuie, ike faulty metre-und other little inelegantes, nie shall cei (aii'tli/ not infíA to he' sevei~e, but on the contrary, we .. 7{OH<¡ tit i eceive uddilioi.tl communications ; with respectj.6 his u" rtídSrhs e'óncernhiq 111 efiisi Tulka hésiulûs, bli'"--" - _wejit're oin reason* atjhetime, ivlv/ tjiey were refused in- sertion-the some feeling still exists, bul as the author lins argued...

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Sydney Intelligence. (From the Sydney Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

Sydney Intelligente. > (From the Sydney Gazette.) We have received the Sydney,papers,up to the líth ult., from which we make the following extracts:- .',;,'; ' <'-; '? ' ,"";;;;'';': ;/..".';'.;'''", ? The new Licensing Act\ already begins to' work well. The mortality among, the ¡sly-grog:, sellers has' been recently very considerable; and if the Police only 'follow np what they have begun, there can be little doubt of the speedy extermination of these vermin. ".Would it were done !" On entering the Police-office on the morning of Monday last, a strauger would have supposed .that, by some mistake, he had gained admittance to a bonded .store. A puncheon of Turo, a pipe-und'-a-half of wine, half a dozen' hogsheads of porter, several barrels of beer, and measures of «very denomination, from a gill to agallón, were displayed in the jusUce'room.'-as trophies of the prowess of the constabu- lary on the precedingeveuing,: and;.na,a saliitáry'viirniog to. embryo illicit dealer...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

;\JJ-;,5^:^ft'^í^í^^4(^^*'-"4 I ( Mu. EDITOR,-I take thisopportmiity to«ay/ that I wish you would remind the Authorities, as some good person did! a short time ago, in the Hobart Tßwn,)Ci>tmer,< of the great wanLnoUmly-of. a Magistrate, buta^bjef-Disfriut "Consta- ble at the Cross Marsh, where, until the death of the late Mr. Whitfield, one of the lat(ertwflsJ,alv'áy*^s'tafiànà,, «* well na, a Military par.ty. Jta^ UWL (hat ^possess a-great er, population, we haw neither; a ,Mag%n/atey ia'Constable, nor^Military parly~sta,iioB)ed t heref wfere ísáverabfobberies bave m consequence la^.pJs^^i^t^oiiJvijgih^peHioHal BPPÇrtyrff the Settlers, bnt frf their sheep. WUD reference the great /? inconvenience felt by tne jnU»¿/tan^ °f ^ ^^0^^^^'^^^^^ fMfÄf»^Pol«ce j St S^-tbe Correspondent in the tonner of*tbe 24th f" gBys-" that within a small ôirouit of Ins bouse, there "' '-"pubitóof u^wards-of three' bnrfdfed souls, of whom j "-mini at ihv>t are prisoners, aud that when it ...

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Police Report. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

Police Report.   Sarah Wilson, drunkeness.—Fined 5s.   Michael Caffray, Murray-street, harbouring Robert An- derson, a convict.—Fined £10.       John Mortimer, Liverpool-street, harbouring Mary Ann Williams.—Fined £10. Thomas Turner, harbouring Rebecca Smith.—Fined £20. Joseph Mawle and William Mawle, charged with illegally retailing three gallons of wine, also selling by wholesale five gallons of wine, without being licensed.—Charge dismissed. John Beecroft, charged with stealing a sheep from Farrell and Dutton.—Case dismissed. James Barforn, trespassing on the premises of Mr. Robin-   son, where the Aborigines are in charge.—Ordered to find sureties for his good behaviour.     William Sawyer, an absentee for the last six months.— Sentenced three years to Macquarie Harbour. Mary Ann Crummatt and Thomas Frankland, drunken-   ness.—Fined 5s. each. George Worthy, abscon...

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Original Communications. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 August 1830

Original Communications.   (Continued from our last ) St Paul's is likely at some future period to become the   principal port of the Island; indeed, it was in contemplation during my residence there to remove thither the Government Establishment. The probability of being able to make a     commodious port at St. Paul's was much dwelt upon by those who were desirous of changing the seat of Government. Most assuredly, there could be a convenient dock made here for the shipping, completely land-locked ; but the sand which at     present chokes the entrance, were it dispersed, would again accumulate, uuless some very powerful/engine were almost constantly kept at work to clear it away. Be that as it may, the Government might easily try the experiment of changing; little expense would be incurred by such a measure, and, should not other advantage be gained, it would be     placing the...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 13, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

T$äP ", 'HOBAKiTTOWHs ' | AUGUST 13, 1830.' '. > Let it be impressed úpón your iniiiils, let it 'lie iiislilledinloj ".your cliTltrrenir-that'the-"Liberty of- the Press is-thc-Palla-' dium of allyonr Civil; Political, and'Religious Rights. Junius. 1 $y' "the 'arrival of the Manlius, we have re- ceived a file.of-English papers up to the 2<lth! April. They unfoitttnately came too late into our possession to allow us to make many ex- tracts tor this week's publication, i In our next,) however, we shall in due course lay befoipourj Headers such' as we may consider of sufficient] ~inteFe"st. ~ r ~ ' In the early part of the month of April, His1 MAJESTY'S health had considerably improved,] and hopes were entertained that the appioach -ing fîné weather would restore him to his usual' x good state of health. We are sorry however to say, that at the time the Manlius left, he was so seriously indisposed as to keep his bed. ' Both Houses of Parliament had adjourned on the 8th of ...

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Police Reports. SATURDAY, AUG. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

I : ^üce«#Bort*# 'ihj'i'ü/í , ;, i SATI/KAD^V, AUG. 7,,< , v ., . :; James, r?ew,tpn, chief officer qf the ship;^W'^^AY1?1 assaulting and!bealing Samuel ¡Vtursden', a seaman of jue said ship, after a long investigation,'and'nia'iiy witnesseséxarriined, the complaint was dismissed ¿' ',' ? ' '? '' ?''-' ' ?..; ;;.-?; ., MONDAN, AUG..9- -;:.,-,: .'.?<! .?.?...?.??". ?.'.' Henry : Marshall, Priscilla- King, Catherine Qak.esv ; and ^ifliam Edwards, all charged, witb drun^ennesSí-rr^ined 5s. each. .' ?'. ., " ;..?'?. .. ¡],'?,','..-,.- .;,.,.. Robert Mumford, acoBstabIe,,charged with drunkenness 1 Finc'd 20s. , ' '. ? ?".v-.' ' - <" /'" '.-'.'? , George Sclaler, charged with stealing a box from the honse of James M'Kavitt, iii Argyle-streeti-Complaint dismissed. Alexander Burri *n'd William Charlis, Mr. Mather's ser- vants, at, Muddy Plains, were brought up; charged' With disobedience of orders, " and refusing tp attendfamily wor- ship ort Sunday evp'ning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

GOVERNMENT OXtBfilL mnp' ,^f^'íiAVia¿ ' rjlHE practice ¡of transferring Convicts« -?-, vants from one Master to another, on the eknlwV the periods for which they have been senteÄ ¡I? Gangs, having, in various instances, léd W serious e.n . i mtloh as it has afforded them the opportunity of belni '.DM ed to other/ masters or employmentmore, to their li^11 i which perhaps, was the very speculation on, which the,»!? I sconded.-The Lieutenant Governor directs, »that allon;.- I when released Vom iron.; shall, invariablv, be reA' " their former masters or employment, immediate!» ou ft. piration of »heir sentences, onless, wben.efor special «!, it has been otherwise ordered by the Magistrate ; and slTT the conduct of nny convict appear to the Magistrate'so? proper as to render bim undeserving of the indulirenn ' being returned to his former service or employment, he ,Li ' from the Chain Gang be placed in a Road Party and " 1 account be re-assigned for a period of less than two vear« B&...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

Sydney News. J5y the ÍV«;?«»/,'Captain Fryce¡, which arrived yesterday evening, from Sydney, we have re- ceived afile of papers up to the 31st ultimo ; from which we make the following' extracts :-- ,, ; After an, investigation; of some days, by se- veral,Magistrates at the Police Office, George-street, ,Mr. Matthew Gregson was finally committed on Saturday, July 24, to take his trial before the Supreme'Criminal Court, on'a charge connected with.the negotiation of'a policy of insurance, ¡w.hjch Mr., Dv,Copper, of the finn of Cooper and'Levey', had entrusted him,to effect., This adair li a.v.ing; created,much cou versniioii, .and brought several wliimsiçal discoveries ¡to, light, we were tile more cautious'aboüt'b'eiVig\rsiíent, "'until it arnyeil .'at tlltípropér stage, lest' air undue préjudice ihight'chancero be created jupon,either! side, i We: now, also;notice tbe;faot,"of commitment' only thus cursorily, because'the charge h/ts yet io'be investigated by' a superior Court, when ...

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

BrltiiÖiriBtelligence. I A very able- wofkj'by Sir Henry -Farnell, üás1 lately'made its^a'p^penrancfein England,. . upprT 'financial rcfonnV Upon the,subject'oï Military Expenditure "he conveys much ant! most interesting information, but Sir Henry is 'evidently a reformer, or one \vho thinks that much ? might yet be effected-, MO, the Shape of retrenchment. , "Since 1810 no less'than 15C millions hate been ex- pended on soldiers, sailors, ships, and artillery, exclusive of the non-effective expenditure, although we have been all the time in profound peace. , The ouly ground on which it is «ttempted to justify -4his expenditure, so enormously gi eat in .comparison with that of any former peace establishment, is the expediency of bcjitig at all times piepaied for war. But during the last thirteen years, there has been less likelihood x of nar than at any former period, in con-equence of the ex- hausted condition ol' all ,lhe powers of Europe after the last var, and of the triumphant d...

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Africa. [FROM LANDER'S RECORDS.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

. 'Vu, /itu./.t»! iiii)u,i i .4k.ffinit¡.. ,.!« ,Ï)J "i j ,..;,m.lliv, I J I .;.'''. ';cfl? ai rFlioWLA.foDGR's nEcORDS.I " ' ' "W-"! j AN JUNNATtRAL MOTHER-The'Bowohee people appear ' to'have'no'auction for their offspring-the'gentle appeals-of nature are unknown to them-parental tenderness dwells not in their bosoms ; and they sell their children as slaves to the greatest strangers in the world, witlj.-no greater remorse of conscience than if they had been contaon1 articles of merchan- dize. As a proof of this strange and unnatural apathy on the part of a mother towards her child, the following touching scene took pl/ico at Fullindusbie, while I was in the town :_ ?A travelling slave-dealer passing through the plaoe. bad pur- chased several children of both sexes, from the inhabitants ; and amongst others, a middle-aged woman had an only daugh- ter,' whom she pat ted with for a necklace of beads. The un na¡H>j },'"> """ ""b"> nave uecii auuui io ui x1 years 01 age, on bei...

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