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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secetary''s Office, July 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I Colonial Secétari/'s Office, July 2, 1827. THOMAS MARTIN,pe7GuUdíbrdi(hpldingi a Conditional Pardon, having been guilty ;of gross misconduct, is dismissed from the office of Constable for the District of Methven. > Bj Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

r ' '?"? .«- - ' ' . ... i i i - ?? ... -,- ???... JOHN PARKER, corner of Murray and Bathurst streets, begs to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he has on Sale athis Stores, a quantity of very excellent Ce- dar, (imporledin Hie Emma Kemp), in planks of the following thickness, viz:-One anda Half, one and three-quarters, and half inch, whick he particularly recommends to the no- tice of Cabinet makers and others. Also, ' Cape wine in quarter casks, Cognac brandy in draught, imported per ship Tiger, patent and common cork drawers, patent toasting forks, playing cards by the pack or dozen, ¿o jjetherwith his usual Stock of Goods. June 27, 1827. ".? ' i _ i, i j, ?. - r . 113 CHEEP FOUND. " I THE above, consisting of ewes and wethers, " are all (except those newly shorn) pitch-marked .with the figure 8, the ewes on the off shoulder and the wethers on the rump ; this is the only dis- tinguishing mark, as they are newly ear-marked and fire-branded ; the firebrand I on the front...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

FAR31 FOR SALE.-An excellent Farm 1 usistingr:&f 1000 acres ^situated near theri >vr Cly'de^O acressof which'arefenced-in with *< strong post-and-raifcfence and 2Ù mcultiva 'ft'on* \14 commands an extensiwrun either for « 'ieep or Cattle«l Credit will bagiven upon part * f Ufé purchase-money. Appty to -Mr l- C Un (i^ieood, Royal Exchange-, Auction**MarL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH/~~" THE public is. respectfully "informed that iielre are still af few, unoccupied r~seats\in thfr .'hove church ; and lhat any of the manager^ will he happy to letthfeitt'to those, whoriiiay apply. Also that there'are a mi rvi her of fo^ee seuls set -- '.-part forest rangers or any who^roay.wish to'at« î^nd. . By order of the Masager^ ______ _ JOHN WALKER, Secretary., T(f~bE LET, for I, 2 or 3 years, that de arable and tóell knovow residencev ¡freston léOdge> situate at New-town, which comprises ft neat Cottage, containing 9good rooms, a 3 atallHiabt-ei coach-house and iletacfied kitchen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

. . - SUPREME COURT. NOTICE is hereby given that a Session of Oyer and Terminerand General Gaol Delivery of this Court for Van Piemen's Land and its De- pendencies, will be holden at Launceston on Thursday the second day of August; next; and immediately after the trial of the prisoners then in the Gaol of Launceston, the Session will be adjourned to be holden at Hobart-town on'a day of which due notice will be given in the mean time, for the purpose of delivering the Goal at HoWri-town. . ..._ '"/'.. ..""..!.'.'./' It appearing that a notion prevails that persons under recognizance to appear and give evidence in Criminal cases in the Supreme Court, are not bound to perform those acts unless served with a subpoena, such persons are desired to take notice that the omission to appear will cause a forfeiture of their recognizances, whether such persons be or be not specially summoned by subp/pena. By Order of His Honour the Chief Justice, J. WOOD, C.S.C. SUPREME COURT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LA...

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HORART-TOWN, JULY 7, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

HOBART-TOWN, July 1827       Several advertisements are unavoidably -   postponed which will appear in a supplement: this day.. Mr Meredith's letter, if possible, in our next. SHIPPING:- The Australia sailed from Syd- ney for London on the 2d. June, Colonel Du- . maresq, Major Gilman and others, passengers. The Admiral Cockburn is expected in the Derwent on her way to Rio and England, in the course of a week. The Prince Leopold arrived yesterday with 10 tons Mauritius sugar from Launceston, and 16 prisoners from Maria Island. The Currency Lass will sail in a few days for Sydney, between which place and Launces- ton she is in future to be a regular trader. The Haweis sailed for Sydney with wheat on Thurs- day. The schooner Henry is also loaded with   wheat and is waiting for her register, from Ho- bart town, as is also the Resolution. The Hun- ter was half loaded on Monday last. Several prison ships are daily expected f...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secetary's Office, July 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial Secretary's Office, July 3, 1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint GEORGE HIBBERT, Esq. a Captain in His Majesty's 40th Regiment, to be a Justice of Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 5, 1827. REQUIRED for the Publie Service the undermentioned Articles :-*r Candles, (moulds) Five hundred weight Oil (whale) One ton, Hair brooms, Six, , .Fire irons; Two sets, ? v^ Fenders (wife) Two, Chairs, cane bottoms, or others of } good quality Six, <. y Bolt copper, Seven hundred weight. ^: Tenders sealed and endorsed, «' Tender* for Stores," with the prices stated in words at length will be received at this office until noon on ^uesday the 17th. instant. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store-keeper. By Command of His Excellency, .:;t > The Lieutenant Governor,, 1 V 3. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

: FOR SALE ,, WITH an unquestionable titled a well built new two-story brick HÔ'tJSÈV close to a con^, stant run of water, neatly and perfectly finish- ed, situated ina retired and desirable part of tbs town, with a large well enclosed garden at* tached. Liberal accommodation will be given as to time of payment, ¿nd if wished by the pur.> chaser, the gentleman now occupying will Qpn^ "Ë9J3.®A°J*0^ as may be agreed on paying a year's rent in advance. "7~ $3* Inquire at theOffice of the Printer. - SUPREME COURT NO TICE is> hereby gwen thai a 8essiçn~of Oyer and Terminerand General Gaol Delivery of this CourtforVan Jöt<?iM(ßi*VJ^ pendencies,will be holden at Launceston on Friday: the seventeenth day of August'next . and immediatelyafterthetriallof the prisoner» then in the Gaol of Lawicestouythe Session mill be adjourned to be holden at Hobart-toum on a day of which dupnotice toillbe given in the t 'thean time, for the purpose of delivering the Gaol at illob&rt...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

-.? V GOVERNMENT ORDER, Colonial Secretary's Office, July IS t 1827. x .. lTHE Lieutenant Governor has the satisfaeti- i on to announce, that ten of the misguided men who escaped into the Bush after failing in their attempt to capture the Emma Kemp cutter, have been apprehended through the activity of the parties of Military and Police sent out, under the directions of the Police Magistrate at Hobart town, and conducted in person by James Gor» don, Esq. J. P. assisted by G. W. Gunning, Esq. J. P. who has taken his station at Sorel I-town. I His Excellency begs to express his thanks to the magistrates, officers, and parties, who have so zealously co-operated in effecting the cap- ture of the bushrangers, and has pleasure in no- ticing with particular approbation, the conduct of the parties under Serjeants Armstrong and Little, the latter of whom has manifested not only personal intrepidity, but that coolness and v discretion, which distinguishes him as a]soldier , possessing mind as ...

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

-GO^ÉÈWMÈïPr NOTICE, * Colonial Secretaras Office, July 11, 1827. \TfJE period for which the undermentioned - T -persons were transported having expired, cer L tttfcates have been granted to them accordingly, 141 . William Lapping, Shipley, 3. 260 I'homas Matthews, Juliana Patrick M'Kone. Coromandel. . ïjy Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, ? J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

- - ? -;-. ' . 'j ? - - i ___^ SALT MEAT. REQUIRED for the use of the ran Diemen's land Company, TJGJV^QNS of SALT BEEF or PORK without Shine or Neck-pieces, if cured in the Colony will be preferred. Persons desirtPus of furnishing the whole or any part of this quantity will please transmit their Tenders to this Office on or before Thursday the 26th. inst Mt 12 o'clock* v, ". * The Tenders must state in words al length the Price per Ton required for the meat, in which the value of the cask* is to be included ; the size and description of the cask in which it is packed; the name of the person by whom cu- red ; and, if sailed in this Colony ; and it must be war- ranted of good qualityand lo keep sound for twelve months* «. Ii moy bv delivered either in Launceston or Liobùrt-to^n^ at the option of the contractors, and at any time before the SI st. (f August. EDWARD CURR, Company's Agent. Company's Office, July 11, 1827. -..._ j¡, _ , ~, , -, _ BRITANNIA WINÏJ & SPIRIT MART, hie...

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

" GOVERNMENT ORDER. ~ Colonial Secretarv's Office. JulvlO. Í827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor lias beeö pleased to grant the following indul l fence. V- . TICKET OF LEAVE TO - ' Daniel Dav. ' Mnrl«v: 4. " <f¡'\V ' Jv fitofimand of Hie Excellency, \ :***.<> c'í - ? « :. ^ J. BURKETT. !

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

GOVERNMENT ORDER. . Cornial Secretary'* Office, July 10, 1827. j < AS considerable irregularity may be occasi- oned byassigned servants being allowed to quit . their employment on their own statement, of having become free, His Excellency The Lieu- tenant Governor is pleased to direct that in all cases wherein an assigned servant reports his term of, sentence to be nearly, concluded, re ferencOi be made by his employer, to the Princi- pal Superintendent of convicts, in order that the man may not be suffered to leave his service tT-uatiMfae fact of the expiration of seuteóce be ffeerularlv ascertained. . r By Command of His Excellency* J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ." Colonial ¡Secretary's Office, July I2t 1827. HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Crover nor, upon the recommendation of the Archdeacon, has been pleased to nominate the Reverend JAMES NORMAN, Clerk, to the Chaplaincy at Launceston» void by the death of the Reverend JOHN YOUL, Clerk, until the pleasure of Hi« Majesty be known* 'By Command of Hi« Excellency, j; BURNETT.

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

tíÓrERNMENT NOTICE. j j£jpQ}!Wfa^ßppGt(try98 Qjfice,July li, 1837. REQUIRE D for the Publie Service the undermentioned Articles 2 Whale Oil) fine, with tasks, Two Tons, Canvass, (JV*o. o,) Six Bolts, Hour Glass One, Half Hour Glass, One, Lump Blacky Six Pounds j < Spirit Level) One, »"BlockSheaves, castiron% 9t in* . Two^ 1 Bullock Hides, TweMy-eight, Snuffers, ;One Pair, Brass Cocks, with pass keys, . Four, Hair Combs, Tvsenly-four. Tenders sealed and endorsed "Tenders for Stores" with the prices stated in Woi-ds at lengt^ Will4 De received &i this office tlnlit iïoon bnJÍTuegday tjie-j?4tti. .instant. Samples to^bej sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store* I keeper; - . - - . j : - \ B^ Command of HiaiExcellönby, ' ! , 3:.% RBMÍETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

" ?_ - Commissariat Office, July 4, 1827. FORAGE.-Tenders to supply His Ma- jesty's Government with ^ BARLEY or OATS^ HA F and STRAW, ' will be received at this Office at 12 o'clock of Tuesday the 17/ft. instant. A. MOODIE, A.C.G. Commissariat Office, July 4, 1827. /TEA and TOBACCO.-Tenders to supply , Fifty chests of Tea, and the quantity of Tobac . <?b, required during the current year, will be received, (accompanied with samples) at this Ottce at 12 o'clock of Tuesday the 17th. instant. ?'. .'.:.-:'?? V>;.: - ?'.. A. MOOBIE, A.CG. :.Cq.mniissàriat\ Office, July 1,0,1827. v.-^./^'IL'..r^rfcnder-s;'-to supply about Five hun I diced Gallons of -Oil will be received at 12 Veíbelcof Tuesday the 17-th. instant. '/>';-.:->. ; ?.- .'- ..A MOOBIE, 4. fife. ' \y--TO: BE LET, 40 miles fromflpbart-town \ Ä</&e< SRort Dalrymple road, a 'FARM of iSOO acres of good Land* with tan excellent run for sheep and cattle, SO acres of vohich are S**ih c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

-,-,.-.?..,, y. . .IWXI^III ???»?I,»» I I »" i ?<"WI»'Ml».«Sj».Jl»»., I '" SIX DOLLARS REWARD. WHÉREÂS three Steers strayed from my fafcmlat Bagdad, about ô weeks ago, the pro- perty of Mr. W. T. SÎTOCKEK, & marked as fol "îows, and came from Launceston, On the near hip H, David Rose's brand, all of one colour, black sides and white backs, one rather curled in the hair, and about two years and a half old, -Whosoever will give me or my men such infor- mation as will lead to the recovery of the above steers, shall receive the above reward. Bagdad, July 2, 1827- M. M'JVLAHON. SALE BY AUCTION, A;;' By MR. T, COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street» on Tuesday the 17th. instant, at 12 o'clock precisely. THOSE truly valuable and most commodious FrenYîsès,,. the Ellin Thorpe Mills, (formerly called the Old MillJ at present let to a good te- nant for ,£300 per annum, on a lease of S or 7 years at his option, one year of which has expir- ed. These Premises have recently un...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY JUNE 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

m HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY JUMB 14. 1827. We had prepared an account of the circumstances at- tending the apprehension of the runaway s ¡which we have withdrawn in order to give room for the above very gram tifying official notice« Birmingham, Horsefield, M'Cullum, Davis, Metcalf, Lee, Braithwaite, Griffiths and Coates, are now lodged in Gaol% McCarthy died in the Hospital on Thursday morning, and Robin son is believed lo be shot. Griffiths is severely wounded in the left breast, and LeeJ8 hand is shattered by the bursting of his gun. Captain Welsh arrived last night with the intelligence 'that the è bushrangers who remained out are captured, one (Robinson) by Captain WelslCs party, and the other 2 (both named Brown), at the lower neck, ? which they were endeavouring lo cross, by the parly headed by Mrm Gunn, after shewing some resistance. Brown, the ringleader, is wounded* Last week an inquest was held at Launceston on Za- chariah Quin a shepherd, belonging to Captain Thomas, who was ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

i ' GOVERNMENT NOTICE. .. - " Colonial Secretary's Office, July S, 1837. JÍIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor baa been pleased to appoint GEORGE HIBBERT, Esq.'a Captain in His Majesty's 40th. Regiment, to be a Justice of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's land and its Dependencies. Ry Command of His Excellency, ? ' -: '!' "V , ;J. BURNETT.

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Shipping and Commercial Intelligence. Arrived at Hobart-town. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 14 July 1827

Shipping and Commercial Intelligence.     Arrived at Hobart-town July 9. The ship Harvey, 300 tons, George Find   lay, commander, from London 1st. January, having sprung a leak in the Channel and put into Plymouth to re- pair, which place she left on 2d. February, Cape of Good Hope 21st May with 29 puncheons rum, 15 casks of   porter, 7 hhds of sugar, 20 kegs of shot, 1200 bars of rod iron, 28 coils of rope, 47 barrels of tar, 15 barrels of gun powder, shipped by R. and J Gore to order, packages   for P Wood, V. Morris, A. M Jones's river, Michael Steel, Lieutenant Grey, 57th, James Wilson, R Wardell Colonel Mcpherson, G. Burn, H. B. Bannerman. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Frankland and three child   ren, Mr. and Mrs. Ashbumer and two children, one male , and two female servants and two children, Mr Willi ams (Barrister), Mr Noble (merchant, a relation of Mr Wentworth, Sydney) Mr. J. B. Weller, Messrs W. Evan...

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