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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY JUNE 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 9 June 1827

HOBART-TOWN, .SATURDAY JUNE 9, 1827. Education is essential to the welfare of every civilized state. The improvements of modern times have very forcibly impressed this truth, and have attracted to the subject much and deserved attention. Yet experience has lamentably shewn that nothing is so difficult to form, much more to execute, as a good system of education. Man cannot divest himself of early prejudices, and what is modern education--what, in truth, is national character but a successive inculcation of early prejudice? The magic power of youth- ful impression is so strong, that we seem to do a violence to our nature, to commit a breach of all that is sacred, when we infringe for a moment the injunctions of early youth. Thus the hack- neyed habits of ancient instructors are perpetu- ated however inapplicable, and the vices of edu- cation are accumulated as time rolls on. When Pestalozzi, who was then a curate at Zurich, saw a young woman condemned and executed for infanticide, he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 9 June 1827

- - --?-?- i li r I ?«? j jgirn -r- II II '- --.- - - ? -»?- -..--...?? .. -J~--1-'-'-- - - f -.". - - ?- ? - - - - -- --._.??- , 1 Sheriff's Office^ May 31, 1827, In the Supreme Court) Jamieson v. Jemott, Stynes and anr. v* same, Hodgson v* same* On Wednesday the 13th day of June next, ai 12 o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by publie auction, at his office in Bathurst-street, Hobart-town,   AM eligible FARM of%00 acres, situate at the Coal river, about 20 miles from Hobart-town, (the same as advertised for sale by private contract in the Hobart-town Gazette of the 5th 'instant),'the property ^of the defendant, unless these executions Ve previously satisfied. Sheriff's Offiee, June 7, 1827. ¡ In the Supreme Court, j Scott v. Stace, ¡ On Monday the 18th day of June instant, at 12 or clock, i the*Sheriff will cause to< be put up for sale by public auction on the premises, A large unfinished brick built Dwelling-house, situate in Macquarie-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

, TEN POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS on the 5th. or 6th. instant.a white dairy Cow heavy in calf, the property of the undersigned, was found dead upon the stub- ble of ihe farm lately occupied by Mr. Haywood, in the Macquarie district, and upon the verge of her proper feeding-ground, having been malici- ously shot by some person unknown. The above reward will be paid to any person who [ shall give such information at A Hen vale-house as shall lead to the conviction of the offender. June 14, 1827. THOMAS WELL*. 1 Sheriff's Office, June 7, 1827% In the Supreme Courts Scott i). Stace. On Mondai/ the íSth day of June instant, at 12 o'clock the Sheriff will cause io be put up for sale hy publie auction on the premises, A large unfinished brick built Dwelling-house, situate in Macquarie-strcet, Hobarl~town, nea*? the residence of A. Stephen, Esq. Also, sundry articles of Household Furni- ture, the property of the above defendant, unless this ex i edition be previously satisfied. Sheriff's Office,...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 14, 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service the undermentioned Articles, viz : Flushing,.300 yards, Common black Buttons, 160 dozen, Stout twilled Calico, . 65 yards, Leather Hats, ... 65 Fire Irons, .... 1 sel, Wire Fender .... 1 Butchers0 Knives, (large) 2 \ Second blue Cloth, . , 42 yards Scarlet Cloth, . , , . 7 yards if half Calico for lining, . . .36 yards Large gut Buttotts, '. ,24 dozen Small ditto ditto, . , 6 ditto Blue ball Twist, . , 24 yards Scarlet silk, . . , .12 skeins Scarlet ball Twist, . . 8 yards j Glazed Hats, ... 12 I Tenders sealed and endorsed <c Tenders for S to res, " with the prices stated in words al length, will be received at this Office until noon on Tuesday the 26th instant. Sam- ples to be sent on the same day lo the Ord-' nance Store-keeper. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, i _J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. j Colonial Secretary's Office, June 13, 1827. THE Period for which the under mentioned j Person was transported having expired, a Certificate has been granted lo him accordingly. Robert Gordon, Albion. I By Command of His Excellency ! The Lieutenant Governor, ._j. BURN BIT.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jane 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jane 4, 1827. INSTRUCTIONS having been received that the emoluments of all persons holding situaations under the Government, shall as far as possible, be comprehended in one certain fixed salary, and not drawn from distinct sources, His Ex- cellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct that the allowance of" Commu- tation for Rations" shall cease from the 24th of the present month. In all cases wherein it may henceforth be ne- cessary, from the occupation of individuals, such as those employed in the care * and management of Convicts-the Police and Field Constables, and others, (more especially those employed in the interior), that rations should.be issued'for . their support, they will accordingly be issued in kind. " , ,.¿. By Command of His Excellency, ** \ ; -": v .',".? . J. BURNETT.''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

JUST LANDED from the Admiral Cock- burn, the following assortment of GOODS, which will be exposed for sale, at the stores of J. Rankin, Launceston :- ' Isle'of France sugar, tar in barrels, English , and Manilla rope from 1 to 4 inches, Stanhope I chaises and harness, Dennet ditto and ditto, curricle and ditto, pork in barrels, glue, boxes containing coloured worsted, floor and stair carpets, sheeting, calico, Bandana handkerchiefs ladies* and gentlemen« kid gloves, ditto and ' ditto white and black cotton stockings, bob-net, I bob-lace, ladies' dresses consisting ofsarsnet, silk and poplins, spencers of all colours, silk cloaks, &c. pelisses, nankeen, silk, &c. children's dresses, silk and nankeen, silk scarfs wove with ends, white Norwich ditto, cashmere shawls, j silk ditto, white wadding bonnets, silk ditto and hats, women's & children's lace caps, black, plain & ribbed calicoes, coloured zig-zag and figured twills <fe plaids, pins &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GEORGE STOKELL respectfully begs leave to inform the Public that he has received a fresh supply of paints, oils, §c. consisting of best spirits of turpentine, boiled and raw linseed oil, litharge, red lead, red and yellow paint, red ochre, white, black, blue and green paint in kegs and jars, chrome and King's yellow, black lead and ivory black, fish oil, Spanish white, tar, pitch, damma, rosin, coarse turpentine, glue, sand, glass and emery paper, paint, shoe and scrubbing brushes, graining tools, camel hair pencils and hair brooms, carpenters' tools, best cast steel pit and hand saws, do. files, smiths' files of sizes, nails of sorts, falling and broad axes, picks, hacks, grubbing axes, hoes and shovels, masons' trowels and chisel?, sheep-shears, man and fox-traps, locks, bolts, hinges, latches, screw nails, coffin nails, harness buckles, chain traces, back-bands, hames and bullock chains, curry-combs, Italian and flat   irons, pepper and corn mills and a great variety...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

      GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary'a Office, June 12, 1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the appointment of Mr. William Jarrett, as Chief District Con- stable, at Richmond in Ulva, By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 13, 1827, HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following Indul- gences :- TICKET OF LEAVE TO John Grant, Caledonia, Charles Smith, Ditto: By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

TO BE SOLD. THATexcellent GRAZING FARM, called the HERMITAGE of 1000 acres with an unlimited run, 56 miles from Hobart-town. About 30 acres are in cultivation and 70 enclosed in differ- ent fields and gardens. The Shannon, one of finest rivers in the colony, bounds two sides of the grant. A commodious Cottage of seven apartments, barn, servants' hut, fowl-house, washing-house and stock-yards are erected on it. About 300 sheep, between 40 and 50 head of cattle including well trained bullocks, a flock of goats, poultry and every requisite agri- cultural implement will bo sold with.the premi- ses. The Grant is totally unencumbered, and with the above stock will be sold to a respect- able purchaser for £1000 sterling, viz:-£250 in cash and approved bills at S, 6 and 9 months respectively for the remainder. Apply to the Printer. GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United King dom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith and so forth, In the Administration of J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

JWLEOtfS STORE, CJMPBELL-TOJVN. THE subscriber has received the following select invest- ment of GOODS, which lie will sell on moderate terms, viz : Four-fourth and 6-4th jaconet, mull, booh, Lena and cambric muslins, 4?4¿A and 9-4th cord and check jaconet muslins, coloured cambric muslins, 6-4/Ti spotted and checked Leno's, fine Irish linen, fine cambric shirtings, ca» licoes, sheetings and linings, 3-4th chintz prints beautiful dark patterns for winter, black and coloured bombazeens and bombazet, fine English black and coloured silk hand- kerchiefs, a beautiful assortment of sarsnet and satin rib- bons, Norwich crapes and coloured striped poplins, ladies' white and coloured corsets, and stays, ladies'* and gentle- men9» worsted and cotton stockings, children1 s do. white cotton night caps, needles, pins, white and coloured threads and tapes, boot and corset laces, fine Welsh flannel, Eng- lish blankets, Osnaburgh and twilled sheeting, cambric and pearl shirt buttons, drab, cord, v...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

SHIPPING $ COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN.     June 10.-- The cutter Emma Kemp, 37 tons, W. McMechan, from. Sydney 31st of May, with 106 bags of   sugar, 88 planks cedar, 10 pipes wine and packages medicine, stationery, fruit, rope and apparel. Passengers, Wm Aldridge and John Galloway.   Agent, Mr. Orr. We offered some remarks last week on the effects of prejudice in matters of education. In the affairs of com- merce they are no less injurious. The public are aware of the prejudice existing against certain articles of colonial manufacture, but they do not know how frequently im- ported goods of inferior quality are sold as colonial, and on the other hand how often colonial articles are bought and sold under the name of English. This has been the case for some time with respect to shoes, soap and salt. We were not aware last week of the great success and extent of the salt manufacture at Brune island. That establis...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (Colonial Secretary's Office, June 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.     Colonial Secretary's Office 9 June 11, 1827.   It is with deep regret that The Lieutenant Governor announces the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany, which took place on the evening of the 5th of Janu- ary last. The Royal Standard and Union Jack will be hoisted half mast high, the former at Mulgrave Battery, the latter at Mount Nelson, from sun- rise to sun-set to-morrow and each succeeding day till Thursday the 21st. inst. His Excellency is pleased to appoint the pe- riod of General Mourning to be.from the 16th. instant till the 16th of July next inclusive. By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J, BURNETT.

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY JUNE 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 16 June 1827

HOBART-TOWN, - SATURDAY JUNE 16, 1827.     The Criminal Court is adjourned till 10 o'clock this morning. Some singular remarks have lately been made in the Criminal Court at Sydney. Dr. Wardell maintained that offences committed by the native blacks could only be tried by a jury composed of half British subjects and half natives, and as that was not the case, the retributive laws of nature and of Moses must prevail. Mr. Rowe in a case of forgery argued that the acts of Parliament regarding that offence did not apply here, for that particu- lar statutes had been required to extend the laws relating to it to the South Sea and India Companies, but no such statute had yet been enacted for these colonies. The Fanny, which sailed from Sydney on the 31st. ult. in company with the Emma Kemp, and which was sup- posed to have proceeded to Launceston, arrived at Hobart town on Thursday evening with 5000 feet of cedar, 30 dozen oranges and 30 dozen stone bottles. SWAN ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 June 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 21, 1827. THE Periods for which the undermention- ed Persons vbere transported having expired, Certificates have been granted to them ac- cordingly. "; < - » **."*- - , S4Ô. - ThôriaaâBurke^ Marlka Edward "Mansfield', fdup,') Baring: (2). By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 June 1827

i ^GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ( Colonial Secretary's Office, June 14, 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service the undermentioned Articles) viz : Flushing).300 yards% Common black Buttons, 160 dozen, Stout twilled Calico, . 65 yards, Leather Mats, ... 65 Fire Irons, .... 1 set. Wire Fender .... 1 Butchers7 Knives, (large) 2 Second blue Cloth, - .42 yards Scarlet Cloth) .... 7 yards ty half Calico for lining, . . .36 yards Large gilt Buttons, . , 24 ¿osen Small ditto ditto, . . 6 cfoï/o BZwe &«// Twisty . , 24 yards Scarlet silk) . . . . 12 skeins Scarlet ball Twist 9 . . S yards # G taxed Hats, . , .12 Tenders sealed and endorsed *c Tenders for Stores/' with the prices slated in words at length) will be received at this Office until noon on Tuesday the 26th instant. Sam- ples to be sent on the same day to the Ord- nance Store-keeper. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, -_ J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 June 1827

:^MO BE LET and entered upon immediately those extensive PREMISES situate at the cor- ner of Campbell and Bathurst streets, consist- ing of a brick-built Dwelling-hou^e, an excellent yard, a good three-stall stable, and a large gar- den, with a running stream of water passing through it. The house was lately occupied by Mrsi Midwood and Miss Sharland, and is well calculated for an Hotel, Lodging-house, or Gentlemen's Residence. It contains a superior^ kitchen, servants' room,,and three\cèllars on the ground floor; a large drawing room and three other rooms on the second floor, and four bed rooms on the attic. Apply to Dr. West- brook or Mr. Drabble. 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 600 acres, within 5 miles of Hpbart-town. ÎFor further particulars apply to MR. PIT- CAIRN. Solicitor, Hobärt-town. HOUSE TO BE LET. THE white HOUSE in Murray-street, cor- ner of Brisbane-stre...

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CRIMINAL COURT, SATURDAY JUNE 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 June 1827

CRIMINAL COURT, Saturday June 16, 1827         The prisoners in gaol, under conviction, were this morn- ing brought up to receive the sentence of the Court. Robt. Lathrop Murray, (for forgery), was first put to the bar.   In addressing him, his Honour the Chief Justice began by saying that although he was not then going to pass the sen tence of the law upon him for the several legal reasons   which he was about to mention, he was, nevertheless, fully convinced that he was guilty of the crime for which he had   been tried, and his Honour pointed out the enormity of the   offence and the serious injury which the commission of such     a crime was calculated to inflict upon society. His Hon our then explained at length the several grounds of objec-   tion in point of law which had been taken by the prisoner's counsel in arrest of judgment, evinc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 June 1827

NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special   Meeting of the Justices of the Peace will be   held at Hobart-town, on Saturday the 7th. day of July next, for the purpose of consider-   ing the propriety of certifying in favour of the transfer of the License granted to John Pearce,to keep Joiners' Arms Public-     house, at Hobart-town to William Raynor of Hobart-town aforesaid, as the Appointee of the said John Pearce; and also, of the License granted to Thomas Dixon to keep the Water- loo Inn at Hobart-town, to Samuel Easton,   of Hobarl-town, aforesaid, as the Appointee of the said Thomas Dixon; and also, of the License granted to Francis Allison to keep the Lord Nelson Public-house at Hobart town, to William Lear, of Hobart-town, aforesaid, as the Appointee of the said Fran- cis Allison.                 &am...

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