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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE: . . . . ' ' '. ' i . : ' < « , Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1827. THE Period for Which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted'to them accordingly. George Palmer, 206 Thomas Hopkin» Griffiths 145 James Peatfield, 150 Robert Richardson l?ö.Thomas Dean, 109 William Jenkins« 531 George,Heard, 539 Thomas Henley, Janies Dwyer, 25? Henty Hines, 26?: Thomas Carter, Juliana Ditto Ditto Caledonia, 1 Ditto Ditto Ditto Difto ni morah SlaMa*. Coromandel By Command bf*His Excellency^ The Lieutenant Governor, J," BtHfaBTT* -'' ./ *

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary'S Office, May 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

-,-"-:-. . , ,. ?? ^--1-1--, GOVERNMENT NOTICE. jj Colonial Secretary*é Office, Mat) 1 j 182?. ! MUCH inconvenience having arisen both to the Public Service and the Settlers, from neg leçtof the Govoínníent Cotice of the\2ôth May§ ^1826, The Lieutenant Governor has desired .it 4 "should, be intimated that in tutu fe j ¿o application " forServantsi will be attended to, unless they coii * laip a reference to some respectable resident in , "Hbbar&town, who will receive the men or wo % Itfien on the day or their assignment, pay for their J slops, and, forward them Withont delay to the 'place of their destination. i i AU .applications which have already been made to the Principal Superintendant of Con- vict« must be renewed with the reference re* quired, ...... By Command of His Excellency,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

tREtóHT OR PASSAGE TO LOtfÖON* THE ship Cumberland^ Captain 'Catii* te daily expected, and will remain here bnly'ted days, has room for a few ptfs&ngerj» and 200 bales of wool. Immediate application, to m'mareto Wharf, May 2, 1827. ' W. A. Bethune. TARES FOR SALE ^; At thirteen shillings per bushel>t apply to Mr« T< F. Gorringç, Green Ponds/ t; *> ~- i ÍBI * **4

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

':, :-y-f\ GOyÊRNMENT NOTICE. *x\ïr h Colonial Secretary's Office, May 3,1827: fe?Ä||fi^tioned-Är^ ' .."?. ^ :' v&~£ JFYk^^ :tàtclas&.'-:.'? OO^reàms I : .^f :"¿2 !9^W¿ ':;.,;. , ' .'/ 5s '";;;5|#^ ; ;;' :;' ;'; SJhüüsand " ;'S * ; Tenders sealed and éapqrsed íC Tenders for t Stores/9 with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this office, until noon on Tuesday the 10th instant. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store Keeper. ?rf*i-i By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett.

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CRIMINAL COURT. The King against Dillon continued. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

V CRIMINAL COURT. | Thejüng against Dillon continued; 'Dr* Ty tier having undergone a long cross-examination, .fever al other witnesses were called in confirmation of : the facts, which he had slated» On Saturday morning., the counsel' jf'pr'the defenee addressed the jury at considerable length* ; In s alluding to Dr* TytHr's observations upon the vessel, which had given offence to Captain Dillon, the counsel chose tb¿ designate it4 * dastardly I conduct,'' upoiïk which Dr. Ty tier left the court and did not return during ikeremainderofihetriah ' . . Mr.- .Dudman? the %d officer of the -ship, was the princi- pal evidence, on which ¿he defence résied. It appeared that ' rü¡A¿i sametdày ón.wjtick heiîforîned Captain D. of the let- ter which, J)r^TytleP'^a<ä--väritten-. a month before regardr Vfg hi? $£dte of health, he had a quarrel with Mr¿ Blake $lie Is^officer^ upon which occasion he toldhimyit was all a mu^yjfe^re and aftHhe shVpi ?'". r a Úíiefjusticem < Did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

GENERAL POST OFFICE;^ Hobart-town, May^Cï827. Captain Carns of the ship, Cumbeftèand, (hourly expected) having signified hïè{ inten- tion to touch at this Port, for teH daysj^nly, Ha Mail will befonearded to Kngland ,1^/ëithat K conveyance, J. T. Coi,lic,ott^ Postö^pter. -,__,_>-.-,-i--: $3r* Our readers will pardon our printing the Gazette this week on India paper, as^ no other is to be had in town, and we shall not continue to do so longer than absolute neces-> siiy may compel us.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

I^Errâta»-In the trial of Captain Dillong 'T ! last week,-She is 'not an armed ship* déle ? ? j'4¿rnoti'',: ' '«. ?? ???'; ???'. : / .? ..- :?.;?: I i-.:-^;î -%.js Çs Tn the last advt. of this dav, for Clerk of the ^< » ?.,.'*? ?'?.?'''? ; Peace, read Clerk of the Church., í ; 5 sq*¿pW'. '. - Tii-"ini- .-Trmnrnt-i-rrmrritrm ttytiI n ~*mwiwmr riii'mirnrr-nrii BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. > IA MEETING of the Proprietors of;Bank Stock will be held on Monday the 21si instant, < to elect an Assistant Accountant, and for other purposes. , , - ~ By örderof the Presidents Board of Direétórs;s ^,. , J. Gardiner, $ecietärü*:^l¥> BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LANpU;^^" THE situation of Assistant Accountant, tór-f7'^ . v ihg become vacant, persons competentíto^jfift'W^* the same, are requested to signify thëijL4ftife»ii^^»A^ /on to me by letter, with the name« ' of^their s sureties, on or before the 19th instant,, ; ,\\V"\ "~ By order of the President & Board of Í>it...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE* . Colonial Secretary's"Office] May 2,1827. HtîS Excellency/The Lieutenant Goyëriaôr I has been pleased io approve of the following ' additions to the Police. . I PETTY ÖONSTAÖLES. I Matthew Brodie j for the District of Bath-. ' Richard Usher, (Phoenix 1) for the^distric* of New Norfolk. ! - 1-.». X .1*- J« " * * li By Command of Hiä Excellency* J/BüKR&rVi,. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, MAY 2, 1827, SALT MEAT.-Twenty-nve TonsJof Salt- ed BEEF or PORK, Cured* in the Colony,Tbe ing required foi* the supply of the Pénal Settle-' ments, persons desirous of furnishing the whole* or any part of this quantity, are requested to transmit their offers in writing to this office at twelve o'clock on Wednesday the 30thinstant. The Tenders to state, the price, réqüireaV-peí* ton for the meat, in which the value-of the ¿fasks is to be included ; and to be accompanied by a letter from a person of Respectability, warranting . the meat io keep good fof not less than twelve months....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

?pMMMMMfHffM I 'I i < i , ,-, ¿VPREJVfE ÇQ^RT QF YAN MBMEN'S ' . . " ÏiAND, .NÖTIGE is hereby given .that the THIRD Term of this Court will commenoe on .Monday tk$ second day of July nei'tl : By order of His Honor the Chief Justice,. v James WooD.cC.StC. ^ quaUter sessions. ^71 NOTICE is hereby given*- that a Oeh'érâl Quarter Session of the Peace, for Fah-Die Pten9s hand and its Dependencies will be held at HOBART-TOfFN* on Mondai/ the 1th ¿fay of May next* and at LAUNCESTON* ' on Monday the Mh day of June next ; at which Session* such Persons as are under Re cognizances y either to prosecute or appear* are required to attend. The. Court will open on each day at 10. piclock precisely. Subpoenas for Witnesses may be obtained pt my Office. Chas. Betjhel Lyons, Clerk of the Peace. " COMMISSARIAT OFFICE* APRIL 26, 1827 . HAY.-PERSONS desirous of supplying ; JJ A Y* deliverable at His Majesty's Lumber yard* are requested to transmit Tenders lo , fhis Office on or before Tuesda...

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SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART TOWN. April 20.- The Prince Leopold, from Maria Island, with the remainder of the cargo saved from the wreck of the Apollo. Passenger. - Major Lord, Mr. Lyttleton     and Captain Laughton. Having inadvertantly stated in our last, that the soldiers had robbed the wreck of the Apollo we beg to apologise for giving publicity in such general   terms to a circumstance which had not been established by facts.             May 1. - The schooner Waterloo from Macquarie Harbour with 19 pine logs and 650 boards, and 9 prisoners. May 4. The ship Tiger, Captain T. Richards, for Sydney,   with the original cargo for that port, and 15 tons of potatoes. Passengers - Messrs. Maddox, Bennet, Robinson, Ware, Locksdale, Morseman and Jones.         The first officer of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

l^^kT^'M^^R of the Juchants and other Persons interested in the Trade and Commerce of Bföbar^town^ balled tögether^by public adver- tisement, and held at the Commercial Tavern, tlielSOth April, 1827, \ . # Anthony Fenn Kemp, Esq. in tfie Chato 'I\'.I¡t. was unanimously Besolved:^Xr7X'':^:,':: TÊLAT it is expedient to establish a Commercial Room attaëhed to the said Tavern, to be open ; to Subscribers only who are to be bällotted . for.'...' . '...'?', v.,'" '. '. ?', -.C'.-r*-. ' V Thai the said Room be fitted up with convenient boxes for the accommodation of the Subscrib- er at the expense of the Landlord, who is to be reimbursed by the Subscribers. That a Committe, composed of the following Gentlemen be appointed to draw up Rules and Regulations, with leave to add to their number.'?..j-'-3 -.???[ :''?'?. ,?'.?-- .1 .;/.; Messrs. Kemp,. i.Grant, '. ^M^Lachlan, Bethune, Eadley a .Anthony Fenn Kemp, Chairman.: j,) J. Bell, Underwood, Barker, Lempriere. ÏÎAA'i J. BARRETT begs leave re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

'>fî î -rp««*'-» ni f, , s.r> S r t, ,. , ,. t ;¡!ÍV "WlIiLI A(M JONES who came to this Colony l¡:mMxfJ'Mula6ar in the year 1824, ántf was in Ithef j service of Mr. Richard Dry, at Port Dalrymple 7. Viil;find ii greatly to his advantage to commu ] nicate immediately with Mr. T, Rowlands, \ Solicitor, Hobart-town, *.u '» . . - - THE Articles saved from the wreck of the     Apollo are now ready for delivery to the re-   spective claimants, at Mr. Bethune's Stores,   on the Wharf.         April 30, 1827.         H )¿,, f(yS. FRASER, Tailor, begs to acquaint the > ^ public, that he has now on' hand for Sale a large y, assortment of the following articles. ",.,, Superior & fine black, blue & other cloths ' v Ditto ditto black & coloured cassimeres v j, Florentine and other silks Patent Chains for trows...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 May 1827

Üf, &*Và§'?i^<:4lv^q&.K-cO^"-" <., 1 .- ¿"-oft . '^ffV* Alexander Macduff Baxter,^á$!$reseñtedrat the^ iting*'* le-úee at StVJames's, on'the %7tli November, on his appointment as Attorney General for "New South fVales, .$$ ÉkrtBathurst. s , J ^ < $ afilie following appointments hate been made by Governor ¿tarling at ¡Sydney', viz : Lieutenant Wilford, Royal Staff Corps, Surveyor of y^ads andhridges, vice Captain Dumaresq, Ciifil Engineer, 3wAo* is appointed also to act as a member of the Land yÈûard. / .<Jtr. John 7Vwmas Campbell, to act as Naval Officer Hiil the töofn of Captain Piper, who has been suspended, and J*/subsequent order appoints Mr, Campbell Collector of the ^customs, under a deputation received from the Commission- . * ers ofjustoms} which appointment supersedes that of JSTa ^vaVQfficer. * ~»,\ ? * ^ ^The australian Agricultural Company, advertise, that \theyare ready to receive tenders(for,^Nr number of ^hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

SALES BY AUCTION, BY MR* J, T. COLLÎCOTT, On, Monday -the 11th of June next, either toge- ther, or in as many allotments as may suit the convenience of purchasers, unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given, I ALL those truly valuable PREMISES situate' between the Guard-house, and the premises of Messrs. KEMP & Co. in Macquarie-street, Hobart-town, the property of MR. JÉMOTT. The Premises consist of a Stone-cellar founda- tion, Dwelling-house, and extensive Store, with Out-offices complete, and a large Garden, the whole comprising nearly 2 acres of Land. For particulars apply to MR. JEMOTT,at the Coal River, MR, COLLIOÖTT, Auctioneer* MR. JOHN BELL, Wharf, or to MR. CARTWRIGHT, Solicitor, Macquarie-street. BY MR. J. T* COLLICOTT, V In Murray^street, on Wednesday next, without reserve, A clever Sydney GELDING, imported per ship Hope, brother to the celebrated Rob Boy, has won several private Matches, stands fifteen and a-half hands hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

THE Articles saved from the wreck of th« Apollo are now ready for delivery to the re- spective claimants, at Mr. BETHUNE'« Stores, on the Wharf. April 30, 1827. FOR SALE by Private Contract.-A new Patent Iron Tube Bedstead, brass mounted, with sacking, &c. <fcc. complete; made by Pratt* 47, New Bond-street, size 3 feet 6, by 6 feet 6 inches. The gentleman who imported it wishes to dispose of it because it is too small. Apply to Mr. Collicott. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. A MEETING of the Proprietors of Bank Stock will be held on Monday the 21st instant, to elect an Assistant Accountant, and for other purposes. By order of the President & Board of Directors J.GARDINER, Secretary. May 4, 1827. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE situation of Assistant Accountant, hav- ing become vacant, persons competent to fill the same^are requested to signify their intention to me by letter, with the names of their sureties, on or before the 19th instant, By order of the Preside...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office^ M.ay9t 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly 29 Sydney Williams 217 James M< Donald* 313 John Wilson, 327 Henry Hart, (dup.) George Birtles, Thomas Young, Elisha Bailey, John Harsey, Mary Doyle, 174 Patrick Bochfort, 15 221 Morley 3. Cou. Harcourt Ditto Ditto Juliana. Caledonia Ditto Shipley Janus Dorothy. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT »Ii II I I I - Commissariat Office, May 8, 1827. WHEAT:- TENDERS sealed and en- dorsed "Tender of Wheat" will be received at this office until twelve o'clock of Thursday the Slst inst. for the supply of the undermenti* oned quantities of wheat, to be delivered into the King's stores during the quarter ending the 2Mh September next : vi» : 10,000 Bushels at Hobart-town, and 6,000 Ditto at Launceston. _."". A. MOODIE, J.Cß.r^ ,*__-___. J '-ifc

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

HOBART - TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 12. There was a beautiful eclipse, nearly total, of the moon last night, commencing at half past five.       Ft is with much pain we have to record the unfortunate M and premature death of Captain Laughton, the partiou- Bl ïars of io hie h are related in the annexed appeal to tmtt B . public ¿ . The body was bpmtgkt up- on^Thursday*evenfngî M and a coroner*s jury ¿at upon it yesterday. So distressV"fl iii g an accident has touched almost every one in. our little^ M community with deep commiseration.' He had làte'ly^met« 1 ' wilh'heèerallsevere losses, and his.activexand enterprising) I ' 'turnjiad'ledhim to.makerfhebmobt, exern^lu^y\e^erfi(f¿^or LI ^{the, tiakeafjhisfqmily'.l We are sure rio rémark*frofy%tà \m ia necessary on such an occasion to call forth the sympa" m hy of the public. The body,, wei learn, when washed n* ¡Jj shore, was still warm, and foaming at the mouth, and we jm| regret that warmth and fricton...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

Ti- I 1 I II . J I '- - ??- . GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 3, 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service, the un- dermentioned Articles, viz : Foolscap papier, Istclass Ditto ditto 3rd do. Post ditto Demy ditto Blotting ditto Blue dilto Quills Bed Sealing Wax Bed Tape, Flyers, Unir \*fitiijhv ' Tenders sealed'and endorsed "Tenders for Stores'9 with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this office, until noon on Tuesday the 15th instant. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store Keeper. 50 reams 20 ditto 20 ditto 5 ditto 5 ditto 2 ditto 3 thousand 10 pounds 12 doz. pieces 6 pairs 12 * By Command of His Excellency, j J. BURNETT, j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

I WANTED in a Solicitor's office a gentleman who is thoroughly acquainted with accounts & who will make himself generally useful. A li- beral salary will be given. Apply to the Prin- ter. TO BE LET at the Coal river a FARM of 1000 acres with a dwelling-house, barn, and other offices thereon ; about 80 acres are in cul- tivation and fenced in, a tenant will be allowed for all lasting improvements made in fencing, clearing, or building. This farm is well adapted for sheep, and possesses a good run. $3* Apply to Mr. Cartwright, Solicitor, Hobart-town._ TO BE SOLD, \ TWO large Family MEDICINE CHESTS,\ apply to Mr. Collicolt,or Mr. Widouson,Norfolk plains»

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. .. Colonial Secretary's Office* Blay 3, 1827. - THE undermentioned Fares are authorised to betaken at the Government Ferry over the South Esk at Perth. For each Person Child Horse Head of horned Cattle Gig or Cart # Loaded Cart Sheep or Pigs per score Poultry per dozen 'Luggage per cwt. Three-pence Three-halfpence Six-pence Six-pence One Shilling Three Shillings Ten-pence Two-pence One penny By Command of His Ex cellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J, BURNETT.

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