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

GOVERNMENT ORDER.     Colonial Secretarys Office, April 10, 1827.   HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant James   Simmons, on half pay of Royal Artillery, to be     Assistant Engineer.     By Command of his Excellency, J. Burnett.            

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

GOVERMENT NOTICE       Colonial Secretary's Office April 11, 1827 The period for which the undermentioned prisoners were transported having expired, cer   tificates have been granted to them accordingly, Ann Newton,- Morley,'(3)     John Andrews, Claudine Mary Fisher, alias )       M'Quire J Providence, (1)   John Walter - Countess Harcourt   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 — 21 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary9& 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 _.., J, Burnett.

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GOVERNMENT MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

'"";-r J. GOVERNMENT MILL. .\, - ~ WHEAT.-Persons willing to supply the quantity of Wheat required here for the ensuing six months, will be pleased to transmit their ten-t ders to me, on or before the 30th iustant. *. The Wheat will be taken in between the hours of 7 in the morning, and 5 in the afternoon, and pleasured imme4iately, that the settler may \>e put to no inconvenience. April 10th 1827,' . .. John Walker.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I Colonial Secretary's Office, April IL 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Sirvice7 the mulermention* ed articles, viz : Foolscap paper, 1st* class, 50 reams, ». Ditto common 30 ditto w Post ditto, SO ditto, Cartridge or printing paper 20 ditto, \ Blotting paper, 5 ditto, Black lead pencils ^ . 2 gross, ' Red tape ^ 2 gross pieees, * Indian rubber 21 hollies, Large iron chest 1 Horse shoe nails 2 cwtH Iron Saucepans 6 Calico 20 pieees Water colour, green, 50 lbs. Cart tyres, 3 inches wide by three-quarters thick, 12 sets Brass pew hinges, 3 inch, 55 pairs, Brass door buttons, 55» genders sealed and endorsed fiC Tenders for Stores," with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at *. this Office, until noon an Tuesday the 9,4th instant» . Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance ^tore-keeper 4 .. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, , , t_J. BURNETT* THE subscriber has received by the Tiger . p. quantity of choice Kent HOPS, whi...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 18, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I Colonial Secretary's Office, April l8, 1827. THE Ticket of Leave granted to Henrj^ M'Cabe, (Boyd) on 21st January, 1822, has fcéen withdrawn for misconduct. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BUBNETT. Commissariat Office, April 19, 1827. FEMALE FACTOR F.-Tenders to com plete the*premises lately occupied by Mr. Lowes as a Distillery for the purpose of a FEMALE FACTORY, agreeably to the Plan and Speci- fication in possession of the Colonial Architect, Will be received at this office until 12 o'clock of Monday the 30th instant. A. Moodie, A, C. G. _i_'

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. BY HIS MAJESTY. HOUSE OF LORDS—NOVEMBER 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT, BYHISMÂJESTY. HOUSE OF LORDS-NormiBER 21, 182(5. Precisely at % o1 clock,' his Majesty, accompanied by His Lord Chamberlain, the First Lord of the Treasury, the Duke of Wellington, and other great Officers of Slate, en* tered the House* His Majesty looked extremely well ¡ and, en taking his seat* entered into conversation with the Earl of Liverpool, who stood at his light hand, and con tinned to converse with him till the Members of the House of Com mons came to their Lordships1 Bar, In a few minutes, the Speaker, accompanied by a great number of Members, appeared; and, as soon as the noise of their entrance had subsided, his Majesty delivered t\ie following Speech i--* u Mr Louds and Gentlemen, HI have called you together at this lime for the special purpose of communicating to you the measure which I judged it necessary to take, in the month of September, for the ad* mission into the ports of the United Kingdom of certain sorts of foreign grain, not then adm...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

- i in -i m.-...Kum., ,i.i .»I I . GOVERNMENT NOTICE. j Colonial Secretary's Office, April 17, 1837* ON proclaiming the appointment of the New Legislative Council in which the name of Edr ward'Abbott, Esq. has been omitted, The Lieut tenant Governor feels it due to that Gentleman to state, that Earl Bathurst has expressly notified that no personal objection exists towards him* but a seat in The Legislative Council has been. deemed incompatible with the function of an of-, * fice, to which it has been the pleasure of Hi» Majesty's Government to name him, and that, in the event of his being removed hereafter to a situation which may iiot be incompatible with the duties of a Member of Council, His Lordship will have much pleasure in recommending Hifi Majesty to avail himself of Mr.. Abbott'* services; in that capacity, should thd number nut b¿ al- ready complete. ( ,s By Command of His Excellency, . ^ J. BüÄNETf*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary'* Office, April 17, 1837 MONDAY next the 28d instant, being, thr day appointed for celebrating the Anniversary of the Birth of His Most Gracious MajWty,-ife^ will be observed a& a Holyday throughout the territory; and the Government Mechantes and Labourers aro to ti» exempted from irork <m that day« At suririse the Royal Standard will be hoisted j at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union Jack at Mount Nelson. At Noon, a Royal Salute will be fired from Mulgrave Battery, and the Troops in Garrison will ure afeude Joie immediately after the Salute, in honour,of the day. t/ His^Exçelleny The Lieutenant Governor will however not be able to hold the usual Levee, on acêountof the repairs now going on at the Go j. vernment House. By Command of His Excellency, k The Lieutenant Governor, ;'.' :v ,/. J. Burnett. -?

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CIVIL COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

CIVIL COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL l8.   The Solicitor General moved that a writ of ; Habeas Corpus be granted to Leonard Helmick,   assistant apothecary onboard the H. C. Ship Research, he being prevented from coming on shore to seek redress. It appeared upon affida- vits presented to the court, that Helmick had sworn to an assault and other ill usage at sea, and that the Solicitor General and Mr. Pitcairn on going on board the ship, as his legal advisers,   were prevented from seeing him. On the other hand Captain Dillon had signed a bond of 1000 rupees to return Helmick to India, and refused to suffer him to come on shore as a matter of right, but was wiliing that he should do so as a matter of courtesy. The writ was granted and the case was referred till the following day, when Helmick was remanded. Hillas v. Howell. This was an action of assumpsit to recover the sum of £30 for the keeping of a certain number of sheep. Verdict for defendant. Jac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

---- PETCHEY'S STORES. MR. JOHN PETCHEY has on sale at his Stores in Davey-street, bar, flat and nail-rod iron of superior quality, raw and roasted coffee, best white lead paint in kegs of 281bs. each, very good second hand blue cloth at 12s. per yard, and English soap at Sd. per lb. Also for sale a small flock of Ewes heavy in lamb, (about 400) of an improved breed, having J>een crossed with pure Merinos, which will be disposed of to any respectable settler on mode- rate" terms, and an approved bill at three months taken for one half the purchase money. , $3* An excellent GIG for sale. Davey-stréét, April loth 18l7. FINE FLAVOURED tEAS. MR. KERR being anxious to close this con« signment, will sell the Whole of his stock of TEA at reducad prices. The black tea is peculiarly ! fine andvery cheap, Tonkay, hyson, and hyson j skin are strongly recommended for their superi- or quality. ! J. PARKER'S STORES. ~ J. PARKER, corner of Murray-street and Bathurst-street, has received by the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

SWAN'S STORES. ?. » Jm SITAN has received from London direct by the Tiger, and has just opened for sale the following assortment of Goods suitable for the season, of good qualities and low prices, viz*.-~Excellent Flushing, monkey and pea jacket and trousers, superfine and second blue cloth jackets and trowsers, Guernsey frocks, yam stockings, Scotch and red caps, good flannels, blankets of various qualities, mole' ekin shooting jackets and coatees, velveteen, cord, fustian and cloth trowsers, ladies9 white and coloured stays in yreat variety, $.<?. #<?* m_».- -WP-i ?' ? i ni i h i --. NOTICE.-Strayed into the Herd of the un- dersigned, near the Black Snake, a white and brown BULLOCK, with one down horn, and T marked on the near side O B. If not claim- ed within twenty-one days from this date, it will be sold to defray expenses. Ant. Geiss. Black Snake, April 7, 1827* ^ i ¡.i 111 i ¡i i 11 ?. i i . ? " ' i ?. IMPOUNDED at Methven, Fifty SHEEP and LAMBS of vario...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE,   ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN,   April 13. The ship Tiger, 325 ions, Captain Thomas Richards, from London 12th of December, with a large   assorted cargo of merchandize, among which are 30 pock- ets of hops, for C M'Laughlan, 16 ditto S. Comb, 6 ditto F. Bell, 120 boxes soap, 50 hhds. porter W. A Bethune, 50 ditto Kemp and Co. 4 drums figs, 36 hams, 1 veloci- pede, 50 kegs beer, 9, casks wine, 53 kegs white lead, 152 bags shot, 34 kegs nails, T Richards ; 99 coils rope and various goods for J. Swan, W. Waikinshaw, G Tunney, F. Champion, E. Gibson, Hon. E. Abbott, A. Stephen, Dr. Crowther, E. Curr, A. Manners and Rev. B. Carvos- so, for Hobart-town ; besides 871 bundles and bars iron, a chaise and chariot, 5 cases of haberdashery, 2 bulls and 2 pipes wine, 40 hhds. beer, 10 ditto gin, 10 casks rum, etc. for G. Bunn ; 21 pockets hops, 15 pipes wine, 1 box saddlery Jones and Co. 22 casks beer, A. B. Spark, 99...

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A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

A PROCLAMATION. J --?- i^-^^gww-B-BMW--i By His Excellency Colonel George J Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the j . Island of Van Diemen's hand and J ,' its Dependencies. \ > WHEREAS, by a Warrant under th^Royai SigngManusa^tearing date the ^íenÍffTbáy of September, Töfo, His Majesty hath been pleased tojrevp¿g»and annul ÄsMäI Warrant of the Seventeenth day oTfuíy\i82S9 and the nomina- tion and appointment thereby made, and to no- minate and appoint John Lewes Pedder, Esquire, Chief Justice, John Burnett, Esquire, Colonial Secretary, William Henry Hamilton, Esquire, Adolarius W. H. Humphrey, Esquire, Edward Curr Esquire, Thomas Anstey, Esquire, Thomas Ar^her^JÈs^u^e, to bé^ïemBerTAe L^ÏSLATIVE COÜN GIL of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies ; and> in case of the death, re- signation, or departure from the said Island, of the said John Lewes Pedder, or John Burnett, constitute and appoint such other Person or Persons as shall have lawfully succeeded to the said ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. WHEREAS the walls in front and rear of my allotment of ground at Cottage Green, were last night wantonly and maliciously de- faced, and the coping stones thrown down and broken to pieces ; I hereby offer the above re- ward for sueh information as may lead to the conviction of the offenders, April £0, J827. James Grant. ' r. ^ SALES BY AUCTION. BV31E. J. T. COLLICÖTT, On the Premises in Elizabeth-street, on Wed- nesday the 2d day of May next, at 12 o'clock. ' ALL that truly valuable and most commodious establishment, eligibly situate in Elizabeth-si reef, the late residence of Mr David Ker, comprising one of the largest and best built [three-story stone houses in the colony, with spacious stores ' * and convenient offices attached and detached: it commands a most delightful view of the town, and harbour, and offers a most advantageous opportunity of investing capital, the centre and ^ , l^eft wing being already let to a most respectable *^\ tenant, at a rent of...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 18, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 18, 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Certi- ficates have been granted to them accordingly, John Clark Shipley [2] John Merrison Guildford [4] Joel Absalom Ditto. John Tidwell Cts. Harcourt James New Maria. Henry Shone Ditto. Abraham Jacobs Ditto. John Robinson Caledonia. William Howard Juliana Robert Whalley Ditto Henry Bartlett, dup. Dromedary. Thomas Owner Phoenix [1] John Johnson Lady Ridley By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.                                          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

ENGLISH YELLOW SOAP.   JUST IMPORTED, per Tiger, Captain Richards, from   London, fine English Yellow Soap, in boxes of 56lbs. and 112lbs. each, which will be sold.on reasonable terms at, the, Stores of Mr. J. KERR, Macauarie-street. SUPPLY MILLS, LAUNCESTON. THE undersigned being desirous to leave the colony, hereby gives notice of his intention to dispose of the above valuable property with the whole of its appurtenances, consisting of three dwelling-houses, a blacksmith's shop, from 1000 to 1500 flour sacks, three boats with masts, oars and sails complete, (one of which is competent to carry 450 bushels of wheat), mill bills, corn barrows, spare bolting wire cloth, with every other requisite for carrying on such a concern. Also, about 200 pigs of an improved breed, with piggeries, troughs, &c. &c. The mills are situated at the mouth of the Sup- ply river, on the west bank of the Tamar, 20 miles from Launceston, and about the same dis- tan...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

          HOBART TOWN,     SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1837.   The Field Police.-It is with much plea- sure we observe the growing improvement in the conduct of the prisoner population generally, and the proportionate security of property in the colony. Among the late decisive and judi- cious measures of the Government, which have contributed to this improved state of things, those of the chain gang and prisoners' barracks in town, and of the field police in the interior, are eminently conspicuous. We have given these subjects much and mature attention, and hav- ing remarked them with an observant eye, will be enabled to offer many suggestions to the Go- vernment and the public, when our present con- fined limits are enlarged. All we can do at pre- sent is to record the gratifying fact above menti- oned. Persons on foot or on horseback, loaded carts and waggons can now travel across the co...

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CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

CRIMINAL COURT, SATURDAY APRIL 14. Thomas Bidwell Child was tried for forging, uttering, disposing of and putting away a bill of exchange, in August 1824, purporting to be drawn by D. C. G. Wemyss, of Sydney, upon the Lords Commissioners of H. M. Treasury, for the sum of £600. The bill was indorsed Robt. Cooper, with intention to defraud Captain Tay- lor, at present of the Sydney Packet. Verdict Guilty of uttering and publishing as true, and disposing of and putting away the said bill of exchange. The information contained twelve counts.   TUESDAY APRIL 15. John Little was charged with stealing seven sheep on the 8th of April, from Mr. Win. Lyne,, and John Middleton with receiving the samo J knowing them to have been stolen. Verdict-* both Guilty. The following prisoners were discharged by Proclamation..Henry Oakley, accused of stealing a pair of boots from a cart, William ; Wilson and James Cassidy accused of inciting: , Charles Cleary to commit a felony, Stephen May* ...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 10, 1827,     HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant James Simmons, on half pay of Royal Artillery, to be   assistant Engineer.   By Command of His Excellency, J, BURNETT    

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