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Shipping and Commercial Intelligence. Arrived at Hobart-town, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

Shipping and Commercial Intelligence. I Arrived at Hobart-town, Sept 6. The ship Admiral Cockburn, (350 tons), W. J. Cool- ing, commander, from Launceston 81st ultimo, with 8000 bushels wheat, and a quantity of wool, for Rio Janeiro and London. ' Same day. The cutter Emma Kemp, 37 tons, J. Lowireston, 'master, from Sydney 25th ultimo, with 150 planks cedar, 8 tons toals, and 7 cases oranges. No passengers. Sailed from Hobart-town. Sept. Í. The ship Denmark Hill, (252 tons), J. Foreman, tommander, for the Isle of France, with 84 tons of coals. Passen- gers-Mrs. Foreman and two Misses Pensey, Messrs. James Cox, and John Smith. This vessel is chartered to return to Sydney with * cargo of sugar. The Lucy Ann had arrived at Sydney, but the sloop Glatton, which sailed from Hobart-town on the same dayas the Emma Kemp has not yet been heard of. It is supposed the high gales on the 5th 6th and 7th August drove her far out to sea. The schooner Henry arrived at Launceston from Circular -head t...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

To:i$ Editor. ' ' ;' '* ' * Much has been said of late on a subject of popular interest-.co- lonial distillation/ and the discussion has tended ' to produce very unreasonable expectation of the benefits likely to result from its . extended operation.1 The'best mode of arriving at a tolerably ac- curate conclusion, is, In my judgment, to reducé the'question to fi- gures; first assuming, as the ground of the calculation, ' that the colony must be taxed,'at least to the amount of the present duty on imported spirits. ( - ' " ' Suppose (which I am told is pretty near the truth) that 70,00ft * gallons of proof rum are annually consumed^ the duty oh which» at ' t six shillings per gallon, amounts to £21,000. 'A ' The duty collected on colonial spirits is at present next to nothing. If the quantity of imported spirit was displaced by that of colo- , / nial manufacture, the duty onthejatter at two shillings and six- pence per gallon would be £8,7*'0, ' ' ; This would leave a deficit in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

VEÚJNDA STORES, WHOLESALE Sç RETAIL. MR. DUNN" is opening Ladies' Merino and silk shawls, plaids and scarfs ; a new assortment of split straw Dunstable and rustic bonnets ; stripes and checks for shirts and womens aprons ; these with the whole of his heavy stock, he intends selling off, and the Public will find at very reduced prices. B. GUY'SSTORE^ " ON SALE, at the Stores of B. Guy, (opposite the Ship Inn), Jy the latest arrivals, fine old Jamaica rum ex Lucy Ann, and Lang, fc A noSsl,ead or Puncheon, in bond, or in quantities of not less than five gallons ; real Schedam Hollands, gin, Cape Madeira wine from 3i. 6d. to 5s. per gallon, sherry ditto, Teneriffe ditto, Beni earlo ditto 3S. 6d, per gallon ; white wine vinegar, Brazil tobacco lif TIT b.asket» Negr°hPad ditto. English shag ditto 4s. 6d. per J* Maui?tius su^r hy ihe bag, Siam ditto, (equal to loaf), young Hyson, Tonkay ditto, and Hyson skin toa, pickles of finest descrip «íí1 ln,cases of six half dozen bottles, Milford-ha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

BIRTH.-On the 22d ultimo, the wife of Mr. Hull, the Com- missariat Officer, Launceston, of a son.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 5[?] 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

GOVERNMENT Ñ&TTCET T'TTr* x Colonial Secretary's Office, September ó>, 1 827. TUE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police. ->. Mr. T. D. Toosey, lo he Chief.Constahle of ths(!çii*i¿"+ «« *i West bank of the River Tamar, as also Pounkj-keeper, vice Lawson, deceased. . \ù Thomas Kelly, (Ticket of Leave), to he Constable at the Old Beach. James Little, Constable at Sorell, to be dismissed from his Office, for disobedienco of ordeis and neglect ofdutvf*»1 By,Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, ___ J- BURN KIT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-si. on Thursday the 13th. instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, on account of the shipper in A Case of Merchandise, per brig Lifin, consisting o( the following Goods* Hats, Boots and shoes. Dress, shooting and riding coats, . Black, blue and other trow*ers,' A variety of waistcoats, Stationery, " A Telescope* Needles, A fowling piece. Twenty-two pieces of shoe ribbon, Snuff, Booka* Ten dozen combs, assorted, and sundry other articles too nemcrom to mention* prompt payment. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, Immediately after the sale of the Waterloo, on Tuesday the lltli Instant, at the Stores of vMessrs. J, BELL & Co. at the Wharf, THE following valuable assortment of Goods 100 dozen superior portwine, in T doz, casks 4!i* dozen brown stout, in 7 doz. casks, A quantity of refined sugar, in ten and half lb» loaves, 4 tieices of pork, A quantity of cordage, 40 to 50 pieces 9-8ths sheeting, S3 cross-over dresses, 20 fancy mixed ...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

HO BJ HT-TOWN, SjTCRDJr SEPTEMBER 8,. 1827. The principle of^granting tickets of leave to deserving servant«,. accompanied a« it is by instructions to the Principal Superinten- dent lo supply the deficiencies which may be created in the la- bour of the settler«, is we think, calculated to do much good. It it a strong inducement to servants to conduct themselves well, ill or der to obtain the indulgence, and when they have obtained it, to continué todo so, in order to preserve it ; by promoting industry generally, it will reduce the price of labour, and if the magistrales throughout the country faithfully discharge their duty, it will ef- fectually remove all disposition to abscond ; for, labourers being more general and their wag s more moderate, the temptation to quit their assigned service will no longer exist. When runaways are at v anv time apprehended, their places of retreat ought invariably to be"traced, and their abettor* punished, Were there no harbourer« there would be but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

THIS is to give Notice.-The Undersigned occupying the Farms, Lands and reserve called Tolosa, New-town, having suffered considerable insult and damage from parties Trespassing thereon, hereby cautions all persons from further trespassing under any pre- tence whatever, upon the said Lands after this date, he being deter- mined to punish them with the utmost severity of the Law. Th« road to Tolosa and all Farms adjoining turns from the main road a little beyond the Road party's huts, leading up a gully upou the line dividing Messrs. Blackwell and Connelly's Farms, the latter the property of George Gatehouse, Esq. occupied by J. &UW» Walton, continuing nearly along Mr. Blaekwell's back line as far as Sum- mer's land, which forms a part of Mr. Blackwell's, then to the Lime-? kiln passing on the side, afterwards leaving about South-west to th« Farms of Messrs. Hiddlestone Chapman and Morrisson. HENRIT BILTON HOBART-TOWN : Printed at the Gazette Office, LiverpooL&t. by JA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN/S LAND. September 6,1827» THE Proprietor« of Bank Stock are re» quested to pay np the Ninth Instalment, due OB their respectar«, .hares. By Order of the President md Board of Director». _J. GARDINER, Secretary, CORNWALL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTION. WANTED, h Gebtleman competent to tak« charge as principal master, of the education of fifty Boys, in Greek, Latin, English, History, Geography, Gepraetry and Algehta y to . take charge on the l&t of February next. Applications (wiOite» ferences as to character and ability), to be made to Launceston, Stpt. 10,182T, W. E. LAWREVC».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

"" MR. JOHN PETCHEY , Begs to annouuce to his friends and the pub- lic that he has on sale at his stores in Davey-street, the. following articles, viz. Nail rod and assorted iron at very reduced prices for cash only, a few tons of excellent bay ; also may be had at his Brewery colonial ule and grains for cattle in any quantity that maybe required. HAY, by the ton or truss. An excellent Saddle and Bridle for sale. COGNAC BRANDY AND ROTTERDAM GENEVA. MR. MARTIN British Hotel, has now the pleasure to inform his friends and the public that he has obtained a' supply of brandy and hollands of as fine quality as ever imported into this colony, and he requests an early application to prevent disappointments, as the spirits are in great demand and will all soon be sold. _ FOR LONDON DIRECT, THE fine fast-sailing Ship Lang, Captain JOHN LUSK, having the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will be despatched in all October. - For Freight or Passage apply to W, A. BEIHUNE. Intending Shippers of ...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. ! Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 13, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor is pleased to di- rect m reference to that part of the Govern ment Order of 30th September 1826, which prescribes the Rations to be given by Settlers to their Assigned Servants, that on account of the Bcarcity of Sugar, the issue of that article, : which is not an indispensible part of a Convict's Ration, shall be discontinued. By Command of His Excellency, ? ? _ ' J. BURNETT, j

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Hobart-town, September 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. . | Colonial Secretary's Office, Hobart-town, September 3, 1827. TJt¡TITH a view to give ^effect to the Instruc . * tions from the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, iii regard to making up and controlling the» Accounts and classifying the Expenditure, in the Civil Departments of this Government, His Excellency The LIEUTEN- ANT GOVERNOR is pleased to direct, that the fol- lowing Regulations be strictly attended to, by the Heads of Departments and other Officers concerned. REVENUE. 1. Every Person concerned in the Collection of the Public Revenue of whatever description, will pay over on the 15th and last days of the Month, or if either of these days fall on a Sunday on the previous day, the whole amount collected by him, without any deduction for Commission or otherwise, to the Colonial Treasurer ; furnishing him with a Statement, in Duplicate, of the Sura paid over, and specifying therein the amount of his Receipts, under each Head of Revenue within hi...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 6, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sent. 6, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased jto approve of the undermentioned Appointments to the Band of Field Police : 465 William Bave, Ocean, ^-96 John Maltwood, Lady Castlereagh, 169 Richard Kembali, Albion, 617 James Stebbings, Chapman (2) I To be stationed at Norfolk Plain«?. , j The appointment of William Seymour to the Field Hblice, no- I iified in the Gazette of the 1st instant is cancelled for improper j conduct. ,__ ' By Command of His ExcelJenry, '-?-_ -T- BIÏRNRTT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

In the Supreme Court, ^"^ °ßcC' SePtember 6> 'l82? nxr «.T i " KemP and another ». Lawler. one cart and a quantity of Sure Th» PlgS' 0ne, Steel miJI' de*!da^^^ *.*». In'the Supreme Court, ^«"F* Oßce, September 13,182r. .Riseley ». Richard Hames, nw T J Gellibrand and another ti. Same office in Balhurst-street, P P SaIe ^ Pub,ic Aaction. .* «» TWO Farms at the Tea Tra» Rn"i and lhe other loo acre, TL "T Î' ,one, co"'a¡ning 200 acreS, - -^-^-*--*"--Mi-iMm_ _L ?--?»--IIfc-i»»«»-M.^.^M»-W»w»---"» " i " i <-mmmÊmm.»»«»»»»--.--i---» WESLEYAN LIBRARY. I THE second Anniversary of this Institution will be held on Tuesday the 25th instant, at 7 o'clock in the even- ing, in the Vestry of Melville-street Chapel, where the Treasurer will be in attendance to receive Subscriptions from those who may wish to become Members, on Tuesday the 18th and Saturday tua 22d instant, from 6 to 8 o'clock in the evening, when the Huies and Regulations with a Catalogue of Bool« may be obtained. A S...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sailed from Hobart-town. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

SHIPPING Sç COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Sailedfrom Hobart-town. | The cutter Emma Kemp, 37 tons, J. R. Lowirestone, master, for Sydney, with 34 puncheons rum, 5 ditto Geneva, 57 kegs white lead, 29 ditto black, 103 kangaroo skins, 70 tanned ditto, 2 tons of potatoes, 198 bushels wheat, and other goods. Passengers, Messrs.' Levy and Jennings. The Fame arrived last week at Launceston from Circular-bead, and has^since sailed with a cargo for the same place. The Hunter is also loading for the establishment there, with sheep, horses, pota- toes, oats, &c. The Governpr Sorell, Clementson, arrived at Launceston on the 10th. Thi» vessel, we learn, will load with wheat for Sydney and return thence with a cargo for Port Dalrymple. The PmicA Leopold, also arrived in the Tamar on the 10th in- stant. She brings round a cargo of barley and forage for the Commis- sariat here, and we learn, will return to relieve the military at the station there, with Captain Bishop, and a detachment from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

fc»màM^i»ji|»^^»<w II ij.II i»i.w-i i I«N. ,.-.??.?"? LANG FOR D'S STORE. G. LANGFORD, has for sale 50 fashionable straw bonnets, 30 elegant chintz bed furnitures from 70s. to 80s. t each, 150 waistcoats from 5s. to 15s. each, 50 children's suits, 100 pairs of trowsers from 5s. to 35s. each ; ladies' silk garters with spriugs, fine linen shirt collars, and black silk stocks, cat-gut stiff ners, silk and muslin handkerchiefs, a general assortment of stock- ings, ditto socks, gloves of various qualities, á great variety of rib- bons, ladies'white corsets, fine thread lace, nankeen, silver thimbles, blankets, sheetings, bed-ticks and bed-ticking, superfine blue and black cloth, cotton prints, calicoes, Salisbury and Welsh flan- nels, huckaback and diaper, black and blue lutestring silk, black satins, silk and worsted shawls and scarfs, white and coloured reel cqtton, raven and other sewing silks, silk umbrellas, Scotch and other plaids, black crape, while ditto, scissars, bu...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 11, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police : Mr- Francis Flexmore, junior, to be Con- stable at Green Ponds, vice Flint, dismis- sed for neglect of dutv. Samuel Shone, holding a ticket of íeave, to be constable for the district of Bathurst, vice Hazlewood, who has permission to resign. Richard Green, (holding a Ticket of Leave) to bo Constable at Sorell-town, vice Little, dismissed. By Command of His Excellenov, --______ . X BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE[?] Colonial Secretary's Office, Sep. 7, 1 827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sep. 7, 1827.           THE periods for which the undermentioned   persons were transported, having expired Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly : 223. Isaac Grundy, - - - Lady Ridley, 368. John Halsey, - - - Ditto 149. Andrew Fortune, - - - Countess Harcourt, 320. John Harris, - - - Ditto 340. James Smith, - - - Ditto 141. Joseph Tricker, - - - Medway 1.   315. William Burton, - - - Guilford, 4. 71. William Edward, - - - Shipley.     By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. Commissariat Office, Sept. 12, 1827.     FORAGE CORN. - Tenders to supply Bar- ley and Oats, will be received until 12 o'clock of Thursday, the 20th instant. A. MOODIE, A. C. G.     Commissariat Office, September 6, 1827.   FRESH MEAT. - Tenders...

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LIST OF RUNAWAYS. THE undermentioned Prisoners having absconded from their usual places of residence, all Constables and others are hereby required to use their utmost exertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

LIST OF RUNAWAYS.   THE undermentioned Prisoners having absconded from their usual places of residence, all Constables and others are hereby required to use their utmost exertions to appre- hend and lodge them in safe Custody. T. A. LASCELLES, Police Magistrate. A 219. Alderson, Henry, dark brown hair, grey eyes, aged 18, a cooper, tried at Northumberland, March 1823, sentence 7 years, native of Newcastle, per Medway (1), scar centre of forehead, dim- ple chin. Absconded from P. Barracks, January last. Reward. L.2. 122. Atkins, Arthur, 5 ft. 4, dark brown hair, dark brown eyes, age 25, a butcher, tried at Somerset January 1821, sentence 7 years, per Lord Hungerford, native of Bath, pockpitted, seven stars, a man, R R, hearts and darts on his left arm, crucifixion, sun, moon, T A R A C N and other letter's on right arm, absconded from the Naval Officer's boats' crew, August last. Same reward, 205. Allen, John, 5 ft. 3, brown hair, brown eyes, aged 24, a lime burner, trie...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 11, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following Indulgences :- CONDITIONAL PARDONS, to ugh Howley, Minerva,     242. Thomas Davis, Lord Hungerford. TICKETS OF LEAVE, to   422. Samuel Hollister, - - - - Phoenix, (1), 87. William Nicholls, - - - - ditto, 496. John Harris, - - - - Competitor, 213. William Harris, - - - - Guildford (4), 223. James Murtough, - - - - ditto, 240. John Spray, - - - - ditto, 580. William Harding, - - - - Asia, 179. James Harden, - - - - Dromedary, 99. Joseph Pattamore, - - - - ditto, 152. James Johnson, - - - - Claudine, 248. Samuel Richards, - - - - ditto, 70. Wm. Size Johnston, - - - - John Barry, 61. Robert Jarvis, - - - - Hibernia, 131. Robert Orford, - - - - ditto, 97. Robert Rose, - - - - ditto, 37. Hugh Kilrehall, - - - - Minerva, 258. Benjamin Parker, - - - - Morley (4), 312. Thomas Razell, - - - - ditto, 300. William Maud, - - - -...

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