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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 12, 1030. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 November 1830

HOBART TOWN. NOVEMBER 12, 1830. Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junius.         By the Juno, which arrived here from the Cape of Good Hope on Monday last, we have received a file of the South African Advertiser   up to the 15th September, inclusive.- It, nppoars, that the Lord Hungerford had touched at the Cape, on her passage to India, bringing with her intelligence from London, up to the 11th July. No very material alteration in the state of public affairs had transpired; indeed,   the Cape Paper containing the latest London   news we have seen, apologizes for not giving more lengthy details, assigning as a reason that the Papers they had received by the Lord Hungerford arrived too late for that day's press. No Papers having arrived here of a later...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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MISCELLANEA, From two to four o'clock on a Sunday morning in London. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 November 1830

MISCELLANEA.   From two to four o'clock on a Sunday morning, in London.                       Here and threre a solitary being, who has been drinking, or gambling until his poickets are empty, cursing his want of   resolution, and strolling towards home, alternately whispering to himself oaths at his bad fortune, and prayers against being led into future temptation.             Landlords of the free-and-easy houses, walking into their parlours every quarter of an hour, entreating the company to forbear too much noise, lest the notice of the Police might be attracted. Nothing allowed but mixed liquors at this period     of the morning.           Saturd...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 November 1830

SHIP NEWS Nov. 7. — Arrived the brig Juno, Captain Black, from Liverpool, 27th April, and Cape of Good Hope 15th Septem- ber, with a general cargo of merchandize, consigned to Messrs. Crombie and Co., Kemp and Co., J. and W. Robert- son, A. Morrison, J. Kerr, and the remainder for Sydney, — Passengers, Messrs. Shelley, Parker, Burn, Clarke, Cotton, Wild, Morgan, Scott, Ratcliffe, Goldsbrand, Briscoate,     Steiglitz, Lulie, Ashe ; Mr. and Mrs. Kunnean, Miss North, Mr. and Mrs.Wildon and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan   and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Ward, Mary Ward, Caroline Ward.   No. 7. — Arrived the transport-ship Persian, Captain Plunkett, from Falmouth the 4th of July, with 197 male prisoners. — Surgeon-Superintendent, Dr. Galloway, R. N. The Guard consists of Lieut. Lockart, of the 17th Regiment,     1 serjeant, 28 rank and file, 4 women, and 8 children. — Pas- senger, Mrs. Plunkett. Vessels rema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 November 1830

A REGULAR TRADER. for London Direct. THE First-class Ship LANG, bur- then per Register 360 Tons, George     Sutherland, Esq. Commander, will commence taking in Cargo for the above Port, on her return from Sydney, in one month from this date.         The principal part of the LANG'S cargo being already engaged, her stay in the Derwent will be limited.     N.B. - This vessel possesses very superior accommodation for Passengers, carries an experienced Surgeon, and is armed with six carriage Guns.             For Freight or Passage, apply to the Undersigned,   who will make liberal advances on Wool or other Produce in- tuded for shipment in the LANG.   WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent. Oct.21, 1830.             &...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

SHIP NEWS.   Nov. 13.- Arrived the barque Venus, Captain Samuel Harvey, from Liverpool the 1st of June, and the Cape of Good Hope the 1st of October, with a cargo consisting of - 2 boxes cotton twist, I box seeds, 1 box apparel; 20 pipes, 20 hogsheads, and 100 half-pipes Cape wine: 100 rolls tobacco, 60 tons salt, 1000 fire bricks, 100 puncheons and 100 pipes in shakes, 2 cases muskets, 2 barrels and 1 hogshead of porter, 2 boxes amd 1 barrel raisins. 1 barrel bottled wine, 4 bags sugar, 2 puncheons molasses, 8 barrels flour, 1 barrel raisins, 4 bags cocoa, 1 bag coffee, 2 hogshends Hollands and brandy, 2 chests tea, 1 box hardware, 1 truss cottons, 40 half-barrels gunpowder, 17 tierces hams, 3 bar- rels raisins, 68 drums and 100 half-drums figs, 12 half and 31 quarter pipes Cape wine, 300 boxes raisins, with a great variety of others goods consigned to Sydney.- Passengers, Deputy Assistant Commissary General Yeoland, and Mr. W. C. Yates.     &...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIAL TIMES. SIR - As an old practical farmer, give me leave to trespass upon your attention for a few moments, in soliciting a few words from you, now and then, in your ably conducted jour- nal, upon agricultural questions. It is well known, that     since the Farmers' Journal was established in England, by   means of which useful practical hints were made known, the   science of farming has become greatly improved, and many errors of long standing, with regard to the management both of stock and land, have been corrected. It strikes me, there- fore, that something of the same sort would do much good here; and if you hold out any encouragement, I, for one, - and I know several others who would do the same, - will readily offer some suggestions to your readers, grounded upon   practical experience. - Waiting your reply, I am Sir, your         &...

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REPORTED CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

REPORTED CHANGES.             The Duke of Montrose is re-appointed Lord Chamberlain. It was said that this office had been offered to the Marquis of Hertford, and declined.                 Admiral Freeman, Admiral of the Fleet, in the room of His Majesty. Admiral Bickerton, General of Marines.     Sir Sydney Smith, Lieutenant-Govener of Marines.  Lord Byron and Pord Napier, Lords of the Bedchamber. Duke of Gordon, in the Household.               Duchess of Gordon, Mistress of the Robes. General Macdonald, Adjutant-General.           Colonel G. Fitzclarence, Deputy Adjutant-General.   Miss Courtney Boyle, one of t...

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The Star of the West. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

THE STAR OF THE WEST.     There's a star in the west that shines lovely in light, Through its veil of soft azure when evening appears;     There's, an eye at that hour, as lovely as bright, That turns to its rising, but meets it in tears. Time was, when its ray beamed the signal of bliss, When my heart throbb'd exulting to see it ascend; When the prayer of that heart was " be Heaven like this!" In rapture that " Hope" whispered never should end. But swift flew those hours, and false with them fled The promise of Hope, and soon evening came on;       And that star had departed, the sweetness it shed,         Like its lustre from Heaven, was faded and gone. Oh, memory! now the sad list is given,     Joy's flowers all faded, and sorrow's decreed ; And the bonds of affection thus rudely are riven,   Oh ! why...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

TO THE EDITOE OF THE COLONIAL TIMES. Pray, Mr. Editor, what were you dreaming about, when you penned your leading article in your last Paper, about Quit-rents? Had you taken the trouble to have made your- self acquainted with the subject, you surely could never have hazarded such calculations and opinions, as you have thus promulgated. In the first place, you ought to know that the Quit-rent of five per cent which will I admit, by the by, you deservedly reprobate, and which you say, is now to be en- forced, only applies to lands that have been granted during the last four or five years. The basis, therefore, of your hy-   pothesis, with repect to the 1,400,000 acres that you say are to produce an annual income of £21,000, estimating the land at six shillings an acre, fulls to the ground; what becomes then   of your superstruction? So far from there being any thing like this quantity, liable to such a heavy rate as five per cent., all the land granted prior ...

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COLONEAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 19, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

HOBART TOWN.           NOVEMBER 19, 1830.     Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights.   Junius.                   In the Courier of last week is an efferves- cence of froth and fume upon the Aborigines   question, being precisely one of those articles which do no good here, but incalculable mis-   chief elsewhere. Because some poor silly drivellers, at the late meeting of the inhabitants for the purpose of originating measures in sup-   port of the Government, thought proper to put forth opinions which rather savoured of the twaddle of an old woman in her dotage, than   of ration...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE. J. MAKEPEACE begs to inform his     Friends, the Inhabitants of Hobart Town, and the Colony in general, that he has taken those Premises, formerly         occupied by Mr. E. Anstice, in Elizabeth-street, next door     to Mr. J. P. Deane's Circulating Library, where he in- tends to carry on the above business in all its branches, and   for this purpose he has laid in a large assortment of almost every description ol Goods, which will be opened for inspec-   tion on Monday next the 15th Instant, consisting of - Pit, Cross cut, Hand, and Tenon Saws Trying, Jack, Hand, Beading, and other Planes     Sickles, Scythes, Sheep-shears, and Hay Knives Carpenters Gougers and Squares Handsome Curtain Pins Flush Bolt and Rack Pullies   Brass and Iron Barrel and plain Bolts Plated and common Spurs &nb...

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

ENGLSIH INTELLIGENCE     By the Venus we have received, a file of Cape   papers, containing English intelligence of nearly a fortnight later date than any that has hitherto   reached this place.             Debates in Parliament of considerable length took place on some subjects arising out of the King's message, in which His Majesty expressed an opinion that it would be conducive to the general convenience and to the public inte- rests of the country, to call, with as little delay as possible, a new Parliament, and recommending to the Houses to make such temporary provision as might be requisite for the public service in the interval that might elapse between the close of the present session and the meeting of another Parliament. Much anxiety was expressed by a strong party in both Houses for the settlement of a Regency, in case of a demise of the Crown ...

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MISCHLLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

MISCELLANEA. The following is one of a series of letters that   were accidentally picked up in Macquarie-street; on the outside of the envelop containing them, was this direction:- To Messrs.Pimplikin and Co., Edinburgh, per Science. On opening the   packet, we found it to contain the series in question, aud likewise a private letter, directed to the above firm, evidently written for the pur- pose of instructing those gentlemen, as to the most adviseable means of bringing them before the Public. Neither the packet nor the letter   being sealed, we took the liberty of perusing the whole of them, and being ourselves pleased with the productions, we have ventured to pub- lish them in our Journal, fully trusting the owner of the copy-right will not be displeased with the advantage we have taken of his mis- hap in the losing them;- but, as we have taken an advantage, we consider ourselves bound to   make some kind of an apology, for per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 November 1830

A REGULAR TRADER. FOR LONDON DIRECT THE First-class Ship LANG, bur-     then per Register 360, Tons, George     Sutherland, Esq. Commander, will commence taking in Cargo for the above Port, on her return from Sydney, in one month from this date.         The principal part of The Lang's cargo being already engaged, her saty in the Derwent will be limited.       N. B. - This vessel possesses very superior accomodation for Passengers, carries an experienced Surgeon, and is armed with six carriage Guns.               For Freight or Passage, apply to the Undersigned,     who will make liberal advances on Wool or other Produoe in- tended for shipment in the LANG. WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent.       Oct...

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Comparative statement of prices of Colonial Produce—Cash Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE - CASH PRICES. SYDNEY...............................VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.       Wheat (light) bushel, 2s. 6d /Wheat (light) 6s. per bushel.   Ditto (heavy) 3s. /Ditto (heavy) 7s. ditto.       Maize, Is. 6d. ditto. /Maize, 4s. 6d. to 5s. ditto.       Oats, 2s. ditto. / Oats, 5s. ditto.   Barley, 2s. 6d. ditto. /Barley, 6s. ditto.       Hay, per load, £1 5s. /Hay, £4 to £5 per load.   Straw, 12s. ditto. / Straw, £3 per ton. Butter (fresh) 8d. to 11d. /Butter (fresh) 3s. per lb.     Salt, ditto 6d. to 8d. ditto. /Ditto (salt) 18d. to 21d. do.   Cheese, 6d. to 9d. ditto. /Cheese (Sydney) 12d. to 18d.   Eggs, 18d. per dozen. / Eggs, 2s. per dozen.   Potatoes, (new) 10s. per cwt. / Pot...

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Important Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

          IMPORTANCE INTELLIGENCE.         We have heard with pleasure, that His Ex-   cellency, on finding the line had proved ineffectual in enclosing the natives, intimated that the offer of a hundred prisoner volunteers of respectable character would be acceptable to form roving parties; that number was immediately collected   and have already proceeded into the interior, under the au- spices of respectable leaders. The rewards His Excellency has offered are - for every individual who may capture one native a Ticket of Leave, for two an Emancipation, and for three a Free Pardon and 300 acres of land. The leaders of the parties are to receive 300 acres of land for every native taken - all the land given as the above rewards to be held free of quit-rent. We fully hope that the above report may not be exaggerated, and that the rewards mentio...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIAL TIMES.     Sir, - Observing in your very ably conducted Journal of last week, a few remarks with respect to agriculture,. permit   me to suggest to you, for the exercise of your powerful pen, that an Agricultural Association, to be formed by a public meeting convened for the occasion, would be rendering the Colony a great service, particularly if a suitable person could be found to fill the office of Secretary. Upon this point, Sir, perhaps you may assist in naming some person whom you might safely recommend. - I have the honor, to be, with respect, your most obedient Servant,       ClNCINNATUS.       Clarence Plains, Nov. 24, 1830.      

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 26, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

HOBART TOWN. NOVEMBER 26, 1830.   Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religions Rights.     Junius. It has been remarked by some, when the in- troduction of Chinese artificers among us was lately agitated, that it should be discouraged, and that we ought rather to give the preference to our starving countrymen at home. Granted, so far as the latter part of this position goes,   and most cheetfully would we do so - but are all our building improvements to wait until some of these unfortunate persons, whose condition, as represented in the English newspapers, we sincerely commisserate, can be brought to us? for at the present moment it is utterly impos- sible for private individuals to carry on any buildings at head-quarters, unless at an immense expense, by reason of the high wages and con- stant employ that me...

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SYDNEY ORDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

SYDNEY ORDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 1, 1830. CERTAIN intelligence of the demise of our late Sovereign Lord King George the Fourth, having this day reached the Colony by the ship Hercules, His Ex- cellency the Governor has ordered it to be notified and direct- ed, that publication and proclamation shall be made at the Government House, in Sydney, on Saturday next, the 6th instant, at the hour of 12 at noon, that the High and Mighty Prince, William Henry, Duke of Clarence and St. Andrew's, and Earl of Munster, is now, by the death of our late So- vereign of happy memory, become our only lawful and right- ful Liege Lord, William the Fourth by the Grace of God,   King of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. And His Honor the Chief Justice, the Members of the Executive Council, the Assistant Judges of the Supreme Court, the Members of the Legislative Council, the Clergy, Magistrater, and all other His Majesty's Officers (Civil, Naval, and Military),...

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Miscellanea. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 November 1830

MISCELLANEA. aA Naval Execution. - " The fatal morn- ing came. It was eight o'clock. The gun fired - the signal for punishment flew at our mast-head. The poor men gave a       deep groan, exclaiming ' Lord have mercy upon! - our   earthly career and troubles are nearly over! The master at arms came in, unlocked the padlock at the end of the bars, and, slipping off the shackles, desired the marine sentinels to conduct the prisoners to the quarter deck. " Here was a scene of solemnity which I hardly dare at- tempt to describe. The day was clear and beautiful; the   top-gallant yards were crossed on board of all the ships; the     (page torn) the crews were all dressed in white (page torn) hung in clusters, like bees, (page torn) ship; a guard of marines,....(rest of page torn) mander in Chief for the execution. The appropriate prayers and psalms having been read by the chaplain, with much &a...

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