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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

BIRTH.-On Monday last the lady of George Cartwright, Esq. Solicitor, of a son. DIED.-On the 8th of October, 1826, at her house, No. 1, Greenside-place, Edinburgh, Mrs. Margaret Coulter, widow of the deceased Wm. Coulter, late Lord Provost of that city, univer-   sally regretted. On the 29th ult. at New Norfolk, Mary Ann, aged three years, daughter of Mr. T. A. Las-   celles.

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

.r}*\ v;|,i"1, .'ii ,*.* "inn ??yyfw^" ? '? , IM ','VI'V > s. , i. F.QR SYDNEY QIBEOT* . W*#;e»v'«¿o^.;;.ío m^ttifVoeß. brig, Freight apply to the Gómmanderbn board, or -1 "-... . : -, -.,« .. -,;..,,. V!,v ^-QN: SA LE at the Stores; of the undersigned, ^f^&Uide, -front Calcutti^Fine Bengal' Jipe* gingéiy saltpetre; èhëtryy -Madeira "and claret,, in 6 dozen cases'.; Madras' spapnm; boxes, mix- ed tallow and wax candles iii 82 lb¿ boxes f wax i candles in 821b. boxea ; coàrse!can vas fcoV bag* ging, hemp and cbttoii ca¿ivavs¿ cotton^ ^ittèyi Dungaree, roping and sewing twine,.finSe^Baf tahs, 11 and 12 yds. bkfö San nabs, Gloucester tcljeese^ 5, 6, IQ* »n^ I? yd. pieces blue cheeki lu shifts, and shifts -, bed-side? carpets ; also^ mperior t, /fresh, Hyson-skin tea. :.' ./i . i Í'Í I , J:;;BELL & C04)Wharf, U t li ?., itf.i-u 'ii ')???) JkNi person^hayingefettlelin'their possessions , bel onging; to I*, Robefcts^ Esio^ D ¿A» X) 4 ;G& .Aire 3j i hereby ¿reque...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

t'f GOVERNMENT NOTI?,È. «. c Colonial Secretary*a Office¿; May 10, 1827, y REQUIRED for the Publié Sèryioe, the un- I jle^mentioned Articles, viz.- ..<.. ;\ ,\ '.. Shipwrights'axe* y F°Vt l> r Ëullock hides - ? OneHùndre4 f Copperas .^Twelve lbs. ¿. Chalk Sixty Ibé. J ; r Mmp black vTwenty lbs. ^ Bolt copper 5-8, 6-8,7*8 inch^Sè^én cwt; v ¿ Candles (mould*) * *Nine cyvjL; ;1 0 ^amp cotton , *? ^3Phirty*twèlb$. "> Coopers'jointers £Two ., ( Ôakum , . ^tVo öwt. f; plates n -Phédoz; I «.' ¿late pencils p;ti¡,One'hundred ». Screw plates with taps (large). Si3ç " o /Tallow . Eight cwt. \ tip leather \ uHidesB4. urners chisels rV;;_ <nJJnëset j fíevils with brass plates Six ' Carpenters'gauges Six ' ^ Empty puncheon« :>í¡bc, « $6n saucepans ,W^ P [\ Wa* candles ^\rçp boxes <\ Whale oil '* Que ton M Tenders sealed and endorsed ^ Tenders for Stokes" with the prices stated in words at ierfgth, will be received at this officëruhtîrhoon qör tuesday the...

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

  GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, May 9,1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased to grant the following Indul- gence:-       TICKET OF LEAVE TO                               William M'Pherson, . Richmond. By Command of His Excelency,   J. BURNETT.                

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's, Office, May 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

..»?? GOVERNMENT ÑbííCE. Colonial Secretary's, Office, May 1, 1827. - MUCH inconvenience having arisen btííh to the Public Service and the Setífera,5 fröiii neg > lect of the Gover nrneöt Notice of the 2§th*May, 1826^ The; Lieutenant Governor; has desired it should be intimated that in fu tu re, no application 'tor Servante &ÏU be attepded.tö, unless they con > tain a reference to som« respectable residen i in Hobart-town, who will receive the men or wo- , men on the day of their assignment, pay for their slops, and forward them without delay to the t place of their destination. , - ^ i All applications which have already been made to the Principal Superintendent of Con- victs must be renewed with ;the-; reference re ' quired. ? :'.' . ^'-??'-^ >-. >'^. v^-- ? u. :?,>??? ? By Command of His Excellency,' ; ' _j' ~r '. '.:"4' J. BüllNETT. Commissariat Office, May 2, 1827. SALT MEAT.- Twenty-five tons of Salted Beef or Pork, cured ni ih$ colony^ t,being ^ re- qui...

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

1 NOTICE. : ,IF John Smith do not take away his cattle now grazing on the farms of MESSRS. STYNES & TROY, at the Coal River, and pay the expenses, ' c thev will be sold at the Pound at Richmond to defray the same. '" ' April28, 1827. , . k NOTICE.       IF Elizabeth Duncombe do not take away her cattle, now grazing on the Farms of Messrs. STYNES & TROY, at the Coal River, and pay the expenses, they will be sold at the Pound at Richmond to defray the same. April 28, 1827. , TO BE LET.-The Estate of Restdown, * -beautifully situated on the banks of the Derwent, There is an excellent House on the Farm, which consists of 500 acres within 5 miles of Hobart r town. . Foi1 further particulars apply to Mr. PIT- CAIRN, Solicitor, Hobart-town. J FREIGHT OR PASSAGE TO LONDON. THE ship Cumberland, Captain Carns will remain here only ten days, has room for a few passengers and 200 bales of wool. Immediate application to be made to Wharf, May...

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SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, May 5. The ship Cumberland, R. Carns, commander, 271 tons, from Sydney 27th of April, bound to London,   with 52 planks blue gum timber, 735 pieces cedar, 55 casks salted fur seal skins, 21 casks cocoa nut oil, 3 do. arrow root, 90 bales wool, 6380 treenails, 1 cask mace, besides 7 casks Madeira wine, 2 cases plants and 25 cases goods for this port.           Passengers, Mr. W. Emmett and 2 children, Mr. Com- missary Clements, Dr. H. Walker, R. N. and Peter Robinson. May 6. The brig Guide, 148 lons, Samuel Ashmore, commander, from ^Calcutta 14th of February, with 130 tierces provisions, J25 packages gunny and canvas hags, 52 ditto tallow candles, 2 boxes Patna paper, 3 9 bags col- ton wicks, 2 boxes silk piece goods, 2 do. curry-powder* 22 packages collón piece goods* 2boxes castor oil* 3 0 do. wax candles, 150 bags of rice 20 do. saltpetre, 2 ba...

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TO THE PRINTER. Hobart-town, 5th of May, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

TO THE PRINTER Hobart-town, 5th of May, 1827. Dear Sir,   I nave to acknowledge the receipt of your note, dated the 28TH ultimo, (accompanied by the two Ga. zettes mentioned therein) upon the subject of the Meeting held at the Court-house, on the 13th of March last, and which I trust you will excuse my not sooner attending to, in consequence of the most pressing calls upon my time until nOW. As it appears, that in a subsequent number of "The   -*-*-*-*-" paper, my name has been unnecessarily and   invidiously introduced, not only in reference to the pro- ceedings, at that Meeting, but also as connected with the correspondence which afterwards took place between His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and the Deputation of gentlemen appointed at the time), and with which I cer- tainly had nothing to do) ; not knowing what use you may wish to make of this communication, and in order to prevent the possibility of misapprehension or misconstruc- tio...

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CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

--- ^ , ,..r_' .? ? - - : . CALCUTTA. . Frei'ghPtô Lohdon from Calcutta 10th of February '£4 per ton. ? : Ttie 87 th regiment has returned lo England from India* The steam ship Enterprise caught fire in January last, and was saved from destruction while full of passengers, by the exertions of the 1st officer* who unfortunately perisHedyin donsequèncè of his humane exertions. The. Earl of Carhivarth (oneof 'thenewly(restored titles) has returned to England* and Sir Samford Whittingham succeeds to the General Staff of the Bengal army. A new stamp duly is imposed in India on bills, receipts, deedsySçc. as in England. It has occasioned a great out cry. A ?:.'?' The neighbouring state of Pegu taking advantage of the exhausted condition of Burmah, from the late war with the English, has commenced hostilities upon that territory, under Mountg at, said to be a chief of no ordinary ability. -Accounts from Pekin mention some predatory inroads on the western frontier, which have called the. Ch...

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

                        CAUTION.             MR. KERR in announcing to the public that he has engaged Mr. John Turner as overseer to R.W. Loane, Esq. begs to intimate that no per-   son is authorised to draw off any cattle belonging to Mr. Loane, or give orders for provision &c.   to any of his men on the road between the East- ern marshes and Hobart-town, or elsewhere.   Mr. Kerr will not hold himself responsible for the payment of any sum for whicMr. Turner does not give a written order, and he particu- larly requests that no cattle, bearing Mr. Loane's   brand-mark, may be crossed at either of the   Ferries without such order.   FINE FLAVOURED TEAS.   &...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. * Colonial Secretar?/'s Office* May 2,1827. MR. JOHN PEARSE, Lessee of the Go- vernment Punt at New Norfolk, is authorised to demand the following rates of Ferryage only. For each grown person Three-pence Horse One Shilling Colt under one year old Sixpence JHead of horned Cattle Six-pence Ditto, under a year Three-pence Pig» t)og,or Goat . One penny Bushel of Grain One Penny Cart \ One Shilling and Six-pence Chaise \ ' ' ' Two Shillings Loaded:; Cart Thteç Shillings Luggage per cwt. One penny Sheep pier score One Shilling álSy Cominand of His Excellency, < - -. ^- »;:?-: vrr; u/v^:,,,,, , JL. BURNETT, j

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

I " .. GOVERNMENT NQTÍCE;"'//^'^4 .¡ Colonial Secretary's Office, May 40, 182 f. >-, k REQUIRED for the Public Servide,4he un- v I dermentioned Articles, viz.- \ ,s ' r » Shipwrights' axes Four ' 1 Bullock hides One hundred ! ..ÇopWas .. , . ^ , -- > , Twelve lbs. . tehalk ' -'w - V Sixty lbs. ' , * Lamp black . , ( Twenty lbs. ! Bolt copper 5-8/6-8, 7-8 inch Seven cwt. Candles (moulds) f Nine cwt. > % j Jjamp cotton , ^ , "Thirty-twolbs. ' * Coopers' jointers Two Oakum Two cwt. Slates , One doz, v Slate pencils One hundred Screw plates withteps (large) Six » , w Tallow > h A Eight cwt. fx u Kip leather ' Hides 24. [y *' v Turners' chisels ° One set Bçvîls with brass plates *. . * Six ^ Carpenters' gauges - Six Empty puncheons Six Iron saucepans Six Wax candles > : Two boxes Whale oil One ton Tenders sealed and endorsed " Tenders for Stores" with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this office, until noon on Tuesday the 22d< instant. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

?o* " TO BU LET, and entered upon on the %hlh instant, those extensive PREMISES situate at the corner of Camp- bell and Bathurst-streets, consisting of a Brick-built Dwelling-house, an excellent Yard, a good 3 stall Stable, and a large Garden, with a running stream of Water passing through it* The House is at present occupied by Jurs. Midwood and Miss Sharland, and is well calculated xfor an"Hotel* Lodging-house, or Gentleman's Residence. % It contains a superior Kitchen, Servant's Room, aud 3 ^Cellars on the ground floor, a large Drawing-room and 3 * other Rooms on the second floor, and 4 Bed-rooms on the attic* Apply to Dr* Westbrook and Mr. Drabble. 'May 12, 1827. ~ COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES. TENDERS REQUIRED, to supply His Majesty's Stores at Hobart-town with FRESH MEAT during the Quarter commencing the , 25th of June next: The stations of New Norfolk, Glenarchy, Bagdad, Brighton, Clyde* Shannon, Birche's Bay, Jericho, Lemon Spritigs, Richmond, c Sorell, Oyster Bay and Maria Island,...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I Colonial Secretary's Office, May h,1827. "Dv AI_r*i BY the Government Notice of the 30th Sep- tember 1826, the sum of Thirty Shillings is fixed as the price of a Suit of Slop Clothing, which is thereby directed to be delivered to a prisoner upon his assignment to a Settler. , As it appears however that the Cap or Hat I which was to be included in the suit has not been I generally issued, the Ordnance Storekeeper will return the sum of five shillings and sixpence, j to those persons who have paid for the Suit of Slops at the above rate, and in future the sum of One Guinea wiH be charged for a Suit, con- J ~roting of the following articles :- j Jacket, | Trowsers, J Pair of Shoes ) Shirt, ' By Command of His Excellency, Th« Lieutenant Governor, J. BüRiíETf.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. | Colonial Secretary's Office, May 1,1827. ' MUCH inconvenience having 'arisen both to the Public Service and the Settlers, from neg- lect of the Government Notice of the 2ôth May, u C' iTlle Lieutenant Governor has desired it should be intimated, that.in future, no applica- tions for servants wiii be attended to, unless they contain a reference io some respectable resident m Hobart-towu, who will receive the men or wo- men on the day of their assignment, pay for their «lops, and forward them without delay to the place of their destination. AU applications which have already been made to the Principal Superintendent of Con- victs must be renewed with the reference re- quired. By Command of His Excellency ¿ - _»_ J. BURNETT. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

MR. T. W. ROWLANDS ATTORNEY &SOLICITOR of the Courts of West- minster, begs to state that he has been admitted, and intends practicing in the Supreme Court qf Van Diemen's Land. ' Mount Pleasant, Elizabeth-street. THE Offices of Air. DAWES, SOLICITOR Hobart-town, are REMOVED to .Messrs Solomons, Argyll-street, . 1 * WILLI A M JONES who carne to.this Colo- ny in the Malabar in the year 1824, and was in the service of Mr. Richard Dry, at Pprt Dalrym- ple, will find it greatly to his advantage to com - municate with Mr. T. W; ROW^ANPS, Solicitort Hobart-town, previous, to the sailing of the ^ship .* Cumberland for England. /'

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial Secretary's Office, May 11,1827. HIS Excellency ¿The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following al- teration in the Police at Launceston. Alexander Cumberbeach to be District Con stable for Launceston, v¿c¿?, Bon nell v resigned. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. "'""-' ' '? f ".? ? ? ?----' Commissariat Office, May 8,1827, WHEAT:-Tenders sealed and endorsed "Tender of Wheat " will be received at this of- fice until twelve o'clock of Thursday the 31st inst. for i he supply of the undermentioned quan- tities of wheat to be delivered into the King's stores during the quarter ending the 24th Sep- tember next, viz. 10,000 Bushels at Hobart-town, and * 6,000 Ditto at Launceston. A. MOODIE, A.C.G . -vV>

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, May 16,1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. Christian Asquith, Maria William Henry, Juliana   183. Thomas Smith, (duplicate), Dromedary By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

?;-.« H>^>¿^gp ^el'do'ii&^bái^iiig^ « faille- iitrthei-f ' ppsseS ? r ^si^h^beloöging to P; Roberts, Esq* D. A. C. G. ^^^rlèr%efrëb^ requested to give lïoliee of the same r to the undersigned, his «uthorpised ^attorney, or %?<*.%t\y.Mxk Butler, <soliqiï^^ such persons are Hereby cautioned ^against .delivering 1 ? ^äny-oi the said Cattle to G/f\ C. Roberts, the brother of the ; said P. Roberts, or to any other "-p^^spnv without an order in writingirom me or j V Air. Butter my Attorney/__ J. H. WED0E. /ir> I0ÖÖ acres, with a Dwelling-bouse, barn and ^ ; :other offices thereon. About 80 acres are in cul- .v: ;^ f "tivàtioh and fenced in. A tenant will be allowed .,., '^?^fpfäll lasting improvements made in fencing, ^Q'clearing or building.^ This Farm is well adapt ^l^iid fb¥shéep^ ähd p^ssesse^ a good run. ^\f^':é^'^^f: tÖ/Mr^ Cartwright, Solicitor, Ho - fMTt^oWnp--':^:^^---f-:: v.? .-.::.;?,::?:.r-.-.-^. . '?.?..?. ?: '?'; :xi:i'-:y'^y^^: TO BE S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 May 1827

Sheriff's Office, May 17, 1827. In the Supreme Court Kemp v. Cockerill. ON Thursday the 31st day of May instant, at twelve o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by public auction on the   premises at the Old Beach. A Stack of Wheat containing about 200 bushels, the property of the above defendant, unless this execution be previously satisfied. Sheriff's Office, May 17, 1827. In the Supreme Court, Hewett v. Glover. ON Monday the 28th day of May instant, at twelve o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by public auction on the pre- mises in Liverpool-street, Hobart-town, ALL the.stock in trade, household furniture, implements and machinery of the candle manu- factory, belonging to, and the property of the above defendant, unless this execution be pre- viously satisfied. , Sheriff's Office, May 17, 1827. Inr the Supreme Court, Jamieson v, Jemott, Stynes and anr. v. Same* ' On Tuesday the 29/Ä day of May instant, at 12 o'clock, the Sheriff wil...

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