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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 January 1831

TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS. JUST arrived, and on SALE, at S. J. WIN- TLE's Hobart Town Shoe and Leather Warehouse,-   LASTS made expressly for the Colony. Gentlemen's Block and Shoe Lasts     Bootmakers' Trees     Ditto Blocks       Ladies' Block and Common Lasts   Children's ditto, of all sizes               Shoe Trees       Stock-keepers' Lasts     Clams ALSO,       Fleshing Knives       Curriers' ditto       A few Glass Sleekers           Clearing Stones       Graining Boards   Large ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 January 1831

BIRTH.—On Sunday last, Mrs. H. HOP- KINS, of a son.                   DIED—On Monday last, the infant son of J. WALKER, Esq.                    

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Sydney News. (From the Sydney Gazettes, from Dec. 22, to Jan.11.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 January 1831

SYDNEY NEWS.                         (From the Sydney Gazette, from Dec. 22, to Jan. 11. FRENCH MISSIONS TO THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. - A letter, dated July 29, has just been received from a most respectable quarter in London, in which the fol- lowing extract is given from a communication that had just   arrived from Paris, and the authenticity of which may be relied on: -                         "I take this opportunity of apprising you privately, that an expedition loaded with French Missionaries is to sail in the course of two or three months, from Toulon to New Zea- land, Pitcairn'e Island, Taheiti, Tongataboo, and the Fidgee Islands. They are to go out in the Do...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

MARRIED—At St. Botolph Aldgate, on the 26th August last, ELIZABETH AUSTIN, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. LANGFORD, of Hobart Town, to Mr. BENNETT, of Bread-street, Cheapside.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

FOR LONDON. A REGULAR TRADER TO FOLLOW THE WAVE. THE First-class Ship LANG, bur-     then per Register 360 Tons, having arrived     from Sydney, will commence taking in her Cargo for the above Port immediately. The principal part of the LANG'S Cargo being already en- gaged, her stay at Hobart Town will not exceed six weeks, and those persons desirous of speedy conveyance for the pro- duce of the London Market, will find this a most eligible opportunity. The LANG'S accommodation for Passengers are of the most superior description, she carries an experienced Surgeon, and is armed with six carriage Guns.   For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander, on board; or to the Undersigned, who will make liberal Advances on Produce intended for shipment on the LANG, and warehouse the same free of Expense. WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE fine fast-sailing First Class Brig LION, John M'Leod, Commander, will positive...

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COLONIAL TIMES BOBART TOWN: FEBRUARY 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

HOBART TOWN: FEBRUARY 1, 1831. 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. On Friday last we intimated our intention of publishing this Journal twice a week, till such time as the alteration in the Post Office might enable us to publish regularly at the earlier part of the week. We stated that we should com- mence on the 8th, but we trust our town friends will have no objection to our forwarding our Journal to them on this day, instead of Friday next. The importance of the European intel- ligence will more fully explain the reason we commence with this day. On Friday next, our country friends will have that day's Publication conveyed to them in the usual manner, through the Post Office. It is quite impossible for any public Journa- list to be certain that his prognostication of future events can be accurately fulf...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.     Charge of Piracy and Mutiny. - Wednesday the four convicts who had assumed the names of George Huntley, Charles Williams, John Anderson, and Alex- ander Telford, and who stand charged with being con- cerned in running away with the colonial brig Cyprus, between Hobart Town and Macquarie Harbour, in the month of August, 1829, and subsequently with being concerned in some nefarious acts of piracy, were brought up for re-examination, at this office, before W. Ballantine, Esq. the sitting Magistrate. John Popjoy, a little man, who was the first witness. He deposed that he was formerly a convict sent out from this country, but had received a free pardon. In August 1829, he was at Hobart Town, and volunteered to go on board the Cyprus brig, as coxswain, bound to Macquarie Harbour, a new settlement then forming, The vessel left the island under the command of Capt. Harris, the crew consisting of several men and the stew- ard, 30 or 31 con...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.   The revolutionizing fever is indeed rapidly     spreading its influence over the diseased States of the European Continent. From what we   have hitherto seen of the arbitrary conduct of the Dutch Government, we could anticipate little else than that, ultimately, the phlegmatic Hollander would be brought to a sense of his own degradation, and throw off the despotic yoke to which he appears to have passively yielded submission. But while the less ener- getic Dutch quietly brooded over the mea- sure their public welfare demanded, the Bel- gians (who, be it recollected, have at all times been indifferent subjects to the latter govern- ment, under which they were unwillingly placed) no sooner witnessed the success attending the exertions of their French neighbours in the glorious cause, than they, willing to follow so good an example, mounted the tri-coloured flag, and (detesting as they do every thing Dutch) mos...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 February 1831

SHIP NEWS. Jan. 28.- Arrived the ship John, 464 tons, Captain R. B. Norsworthy, from London 14th October, with 200     male prisoners. - Passengers, Captain Montagu, lady, and family ; Captain P. N. Anley, Mrs. Anley and family ; Dr. Wilson, R. N. ; 2 serjeants, 27 privates, 7 women, and 7 children, of the 17th regiment. Jan. 29. - Arrived the ship Sovereign, 398 tons, Captain M"Kellar, from London, left Cape-town 21st Dec, with a general cargo. - Passengers, Rev. Mr. Yaldwin, Mr. Fenner, Miss Ashburn, Mr. Timms, Mrs. Timms, Mr. W. Timms, Mr. S. Timms, Miss Chapman, Mrs. Downer, Mr. Tubby, Mrs. Tubby, Mr. Lyons, Mr. Clark, Mr.Flayter, Mr. Icely, Mrs. Icely, Miss Icely, Mr. J. Icely, and female ser- vant ; Mr. James McArthur, Mr. F. Rothery, Mr. William   Rothery, Mr. Sheldon, Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Dawes, Mr. Broad, Mrs. Broad, and 4 children ; Mr. Pearce, Mrs. Pearce, and 2 children ; Mr. Weaver, Mrs. Weaver, and 2 children ; Mr. Thatcher, Mrs. That...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

PREVIOUS OBSCURED. The LANG'S accommodations for Passengers are of the most superior description, she carries an experienced Surgeon, and is armed with six carraige guns. or to the Undersigned, who will make liberal Advances on Produce intended for shipment on the LANG, and warehouse the same free of Expense. WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent. FOR LONDON DIRECT.         THE fine fast-sailing First Class Brig LION, John M'Leod, Commander, will positively be dispatched for the above Port, on or before the 10th March. The greater part of the vessel's cargo being already engaged, Shippers desirous of forwarding their produce by this opportunity, are requested to make early application.   The LION has very superior accommodation for Passen- gers, having a Poop and lower Cabins. - For Freight or Passage, apply to W. WILSON, Agent. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE fine new Ship HENRY, 300 Tons Register, stands A1 at Lloyds, HENRY J. BUNNEY, Comman...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: FEBRUARY 4, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

                            HOBART TOWN: FEBRUARY 4, 1831.           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.               It is quite impossible for any public Journa- list to be certain that his prognostication of future events can be accurately fulfilled; he can               at best only judge from the evidence of his- tory, and from what the circumstances of the       &am...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.                       The revolutionizing fever is indeed rapidly spreading its influence over the diseased States of the European Continent. From what we have hitherto seen of the arbitrary conduct of the Dutch Government, we would anticipate little else than that, ultimately, the phlegmatic   Hollander would be brought to a sense of his own degradation, and throw off the despotic yoke to which he appears to have passively yielded submission. But while the less energetic Dutch quietly brooded over the measure their public welfare demanded, the Belgians (who, be it recollected, have at all times   been indifferent subjects to the latter govern- ment, under which they were unwillingly placed) no sooner witnessed the success attending the exertions of their French neighbours in the glorious cause,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

                          In the Supreme Court of   Van Diemen's Land.                             In Equity.                   Dudley Fereday, Esquire,     Compainant.           and       Between - Mary Worthy, and Mary Ann Worthy, an Infant, by Peter Facey,   her Guardian             Defendan...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.     CHARGE OF PIRACY AND MUTINY. - Wednesday the four convicts who had assumed the names of George Huntley, Charles Williams, John Anderson, and Alex- ander Telford, and who stand charged with being con- cerned in running away with the colonial brig Cyprus, between Hobart Town and Macquarie Harbour, in the month of August, 1829, and subsequently with being concerned in some nefarious acts of piracy, were     brought up for re-examination, at this office, before W. Ballantine, Esq. the sitting Magistrate. John Popjoy, a little man, who was the first witness. He deposed that he was formerly a convict sent out from this country, but had received a free pardon. In August 1829, he was at Hobart Town, and volunteered     to go on board the Cyprus brig, as coxswain, bound to Macquarie Harbour, a new settlement then forming. The vessel left the island under the command of Capt. Harris, the cr...

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NEWS SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 February 1831

SHIP NEWS. Jan. 26. - Arrived the ship John, 464 tons, Captain R. B. Norsworthy, from London 14th October, with 200 male prisoners. - Passengers, Captain Montagu, lady, and family ; Captain P. N. Anley, Mrs. Anley and family; Dr. Wilson, R. N., 2 Serjeants, 27 privates, 7 women, and 7 children of the 17th regiment.     Jan 20. - Arrived the ship Sovereign, 398 tons, Captain M'Kellar, from London, left Cape Town 21st Dec., with a general cargo. - Cabin passengers for Sydney, Mr. and Mrs. Icely, and female servant; Miss Icely, Mr. J. Icely, Mr. James McArthur, Mr. F. Rothery, Mr. M Rothery, Mr. Dawes, Mr. Hoskins, and Mr Sheldon. For Hobart Town, Rev. Mr. Yaldwyn, Mr. Fenner, Miss Ashburner. - Steerage passengers for Sydney, Mr. and Mrs. Brod, and 4 children Mr. and Mrs. Pearce, and 2 children ; Mr. and Mrs. Weaver, and 2 children, Mr. Thatcher, Mrs. That- cher, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Dawson, Mrs. Bennett, and 4 chil- dren ; Mr. Holman, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Stammers, an...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1831

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.   We have reason to believe that a very exten-   sive alteration is about to he made with regard to the rank and emoluments of the pursers of the navy. The plan may possibly receive some fur- ther modification before it will he adopted ; but we believe the following are the general features of the proposed change :- All those pursers who de- cline employment, or who have done so since the peace, to be superannuated at their present half- pay. Those who have served at least five years during the late war, and who are now unfit for service, to be allowed to retire on two shillings a day above their present half-pay. The list to be then remodelled, and three classes to be formed, called commissary-general, commissary, and de- puty-commissary. Commissaries-general, of which there will be but few, to be at least of twenty years' standing, and to have served at least fifteen years as commissaries or deputy-commissaries ;   these...

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1831

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER., MORNING VISITING DRESS.- A high dress composed of India muslin, corsage en chemisette, but with very little ful- ness, which is arranged in a broad band of rich embroidery round the top ; a similar embroidery marks the centre of the bust before. Sleeve a-la-Montespan, with an embroidered equalette ; the trimming of the skirt consists of a worked flounce, placed close to the border, above which is a rich embroidery, surmounted by another flounce, and that headed   also by embroidery. Pink crape hat, elegantly trimmed with an intermixture of blond lace, flowers, and rosettes of ribbons. Scarf of pink gauze terminated by noeuds of ribbon to cor- respond.- World of Fashion.   EVENING DRESS.- A citron coloured tulle gown over a gros-de-Naples slip, to correspond ; the corsage cut very low, and partially covered by one of black glazed satin, which is plain behind, and slopes down on each side of the front of the bust, in the stomacher style...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1831

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIAL TIMES. Sir - As you profess to attend to agricultural subjects, and as this is a season when a very important crop to this Colony is in its height of growing, allow me to acquaint all such whom it may concern, that by pinching off the blossom of po- tatoes just as they come into bloom, instead of allowing them to apple, at least one ton per acre additional crop is the con-   sequence of the increased vigour that thus becomes thrown into the root. -Your obedient servant,   RUSTICUS.   Coal River, Jan, 31,1831.            

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1831

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE - FOR LONDON - A REGULAR TRADER TO FOLLOW THE WAVE. THE First-class Ship Lang, burthen per Register 360 Tons, having arrived from Sydney, will commence taking in her Cargo for the above Port immediately.               The principle part of the LANG'S Cargo being already rn-     gaged, her stay at Hobart Town will not exceed six weeks, and those persons desirous of speedy conveyance for the pro- duce of the London Market, will find this a most eligible opportunity.           The LANG'S accommodation for Passengers are of the most superior description, she carries an experienced Surgeon,   and is armed with six carriage Guns. For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander on board ; or to the Undersigned, who will make liberal Advances on Produce intended for shipment on the...

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Miscellanea. (Letters im the Colony, No. 10.) MY DEAR DONALD, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 February 1831

MISCELLANEA.   (Letters on the Colony, No. 10.) MY DEAR DONALD,           Although the government of this Colony consists not, as that of the Mother Country, of Kings, Lords and   Commons, yet a power superior to that of the King of England is vested in the Governor, and, as integral parts of this ad- ministration, are two Councils, the one for advising, and the other for enacting. In the executive part of the business is also a whole host of Magistracy, stipendiary and others ; and lower down, as links of the same chain, are a numerous body of Constables. Perhaps, considering the nature of the chief part of the population of the Colony, nothing could be better contrived, so far as theory goes, or more suitable to the exigencies of   the case, than in this form of government ; but there is nothing perfect under the sun, it is said, and it is therefore perhaps no   &am...

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