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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The sloop Glatton, about which considerable fears were entertain-   ed, arrived safe at Sydney, after a month's passage from Hobart town. His Majesty's ship Diamond, 36, Captain Lord Napier, lately from the Soutn American station, was entirely burned at Ports- mouth, on the 18th of February. During the boisterous weather on Sunday night, several of the boats and litlle vessels in the harbour were driven from their moor- ings, and one or two have not yet been found. The ship Persian dragged her anchors till within 200 yards of Hunter's isle, when she was brought up and securely moored. A correspondent desires to -know, if commodious tanks might   not be formed in the ground, at a small expense, for the temporary reception of the whale oil, in cases where casks cannot immediately be had.   The schooner Resolution was to sail for Launceston, from Sydney on the 20th ultimo. The last crop of sugar in the i...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1[?]27. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

HOBART-TOWN, Saturday, OCTOBER 6, 1827. By the return of the Lang from Sydney, we have had the plea sure to learn news of our native land up to the 25th of May. The Cambridge, which has arrived there, sailed from Dublin on the 2d June. His Majesty, we rejoice to say, enjoyed good health, and by the active part he took in the change of Ministry, stepped for- ward from the usual retirement of the Palace more into public view, and the decision with which he acted on the occasion has given infinite satisfaction to the nation. His energy is such, that he has, for a time at least, undertaken the task of Commander-in Chief in his own Royal Person. No change of Ministry was ever more popular, and we see no chance but that it will be permanent. For ourselves, judging from the scanty materials which reach us in this remote corner, if we have a fault to find, it is, that the new Administration is too popular, and is not likely to be kept in check by a firm, a constitutional opposition. The Pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

Naden, Richard Nash, mr. Sam. (2) O. Oldfield, mr. Wm. Obrian, mr. Wm. Owen, mr. H. D. (8) Ovington, mr. J. Odeland,mr, J. S.       Owen, Wm. O bryan, mrs. Oliver, mrs Wm. Oldham, Wm. Ode, mr.   P. Pragnall, mr. (2) Porter, Wm. Peel, George   Pocock, John   Pope, mr. George   Perrin, mr. Pindard, James Paterson, mrs. Peters George Priest, John Presnell, mr. Wm.   Pender, mr. Robert Panton, mr. Prouton, Francis Peebles, Andrew Parker, mr. Powell, Thomas Peet, mr. Wm. Pearse, Wm.   Pettit, Stanton   Platt, Joseph Penson, Esq. Charles Phillips, mr. Wm. Price, mr. John Henry Peel, Robert Perks, mr. H. W. Priest, Esq. R.R.       Price, Ruth Piety, Thomas Putt, Grace   Pool, Charles       Patterson, mr. John Paitt, Henry Pillinger, James Page, James Patridge, Ellen Peet, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. THE following is a List of the unclaimed     Letters now lying at the Post Office, exclusive     of those advertised on the 17th November last. A. Anglim Wm. A. (2 letters) Appleby, Wm. Adams, Thos. AngHm, Thos. í Aaron, Mr. A. Avery, Wm. Alcock» Thomas «, Aldridge, Mr. John (9) Anderson! Mary AR a | Allen,, Thomas Allen, John ' Armstrong, Thomas, t Andrews, Mr. J. Allen, Mr. Adïèy, Mr. Jamet Anson, Mr, Richard Arthur, Thomas Atkins, Thomas ' . B. Burck, William Bullen, Sarah Berwick, William ^Bewen, Joseph I Billett, William Baker, William Bond, Mr. Burton, Mr. E. H. II. Bryant, Wm. Bolls, John Brown, Mrs, Mary ($) Brown, Charles Brown, Mr. Banister, Mr; Barnett, Josephk" Bishop, James Brown» MY. Edmund Bryan, Mr. Troptrymut Barton, Mrs» (2) Barker, Mr. Wm. (3) Bellamy, Wm. Buckley, Wm. W. Baker, John Brown,iMr. David Banastres Mr. Brady, Mr. Brie« Brodie, Mr. Mathtw Booker, Francia Boidrey, Mr. Juna Bowtel, Wm. Purnett. Mrs. E. Barker, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

TO LET OR SELL, A neat and convenient Cottage, in Goulburn street, with Yard and Garden, well Fenced.--If sold, Wheat will be taken in Payment.-Apply to B. GUY, Collins-street. WANTED, a steady Man with his Wife, who un- derstands Farming, & the management of Stock; they will have li- beral Wages, and a comfortable Residence, satisfactory testimo- nials will be required .-Apply to W. KERMODE, Esq. or to Dr. S. HOOD, Macquarie-street. _ FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. THREE Guineas Reward will be paid to the Person who delivers a small black Mare, now running near Mr. Je licoe's, Elizabeth River; and two guineas for the delivery of a large brown Bullock, nowrt Mr. Brodribb's, and lately yoked by him to a small Steer, Black Marsh ; the above will be paid by the undersigned on thfir delivery, at his farm Mona Vale, Ross Bridge Mriik of Bullock, G R on the hin, and leg« of niau. W. KERMODE . ,* ,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 2,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 3,1827. 1JN order that all Prisoners may be made aware of the punishment which awaits Convicts for escaping from Penal Settlements, or from Custody, being under Sentence to such Settle- ments, as well as such Persons as shall aid in their escape, His Excellency The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased strictly to enjoin the re* spective Commandants, Heads of Departments and Superintendents, to read and explain to the Convicts under their charge, the 11th Sec- tion of the Act of Council No. 4, providing for the Transportation of Offenders. üy Command of His Excellency, _!_ J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

IMPOUNDED, At Jericho, 5 EWES, branded R on the nose, front oui of the right ear and half off the left, pitch-brand W on the rump ; 2 fire-brand X on the right cheeky various ear-marks ; i will» a hole in right ear, notch in front of both ; also, 1 tip off »ight ear and notch in front of left, A Cow, black sides, white back and belly, branded K on the near rump, and B on the near hip. A red Poland yearling Steer, and a grey yearling Heifer branded Ï B on the near hip. A strawberry Cow branded on both nm>p% but illegible. If the above are not claimed, taken away, and expenses paid within 2! days from the date hereof, they will be sold to defray the same. JAMES MACKERSV, Poundkeeper. Wallace, Jericho, October 2, 1827. AT Methven, eight EWES with, lambs, six tùth the Ifft ear off, back of the right ear out, one with the left ear off, front of the right ear out, and one with notch in back of the left ei>r and notch in front of the right ear. If not taken away and expenses paid wit...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' , i Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 2, 1827. I REQUIRED for the Public Service, the un dermentioned Articles :- s Cartridge & printing paper, 10 reams I Demy paper I Blotting ditto, " | foolscap ditto, t Post ditto, 'Blue ditto, Wafers, . Pencils, yack lead,. Sealing wax, (red), Wafer stamps, Candles, mould, Hammocks, 7 ft. long & 3 A. wide, Tenders sealed and Screw plates, with taps, ~ - (large), * Chrome; yellow, 5 lbs. Hand hammers, black-2. smith's, White wash, brushes 36 Kangaroo skins, green, 300 Spirit tevtl, Ash oars, 16 to l8 ft. Fire irons, 4 sets Pocket telescope, 1 * Slates, t S doz. Slate pencils, 5 doz. endorsed, " Tenders for Stores," with tue 10 do. - odo. 50 do. 20 do. 5 dol 20 lbs. 24,doz. 12 lbs. 24 5 cwt. 65 1 24 prices stated in words at length, will be received at this Office, un- til noon on Tuesday ( the 23d instant. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store-keeper. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieu...

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GENERAL ORDER. HORSE-GUARDS, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

? ?? I. t GENERAL ORDER. HORSE-GUAnr/s, Mav 16. I His Majesty is graciously pleased to hold out lo half-pay offi- cers the following encouragements to become settlers in New South Wales and Van Diemen's land, in addition to those detailed in the General Order of the 8th of June last : Officers of all ranks on half-pay are eligióle to enjoy the advan- tages offered by the saidJGeneral Order, as well as those held out by the present order, and they shall not be required to sell their half . pay» or make any deposit as security, the intention beihg that they shall retain their half-pay, and obtain grants of lands without pur Chase ; subject, however, to the conditions hereinafter specified, viz : The remission of quit rent shall take place for a ceitain number of years beyond the average period which is prescribed in the case of ordinary settlers, according to the following scale ; Officers who have seived 20 years and upwards, to be exempted fiom al) quit-rent. Officers who have serve...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Oct. 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Oct. 10. 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported, having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. 338 John Haggerty, . . Countesa Harcourt,     Michael Cornery,. . Maria, James. Johnson, . . Medway, (1) By Command of His Excellency,   The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.      

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 10,1827. HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the undermentioned appointment   to the Band of Field Police :- 215 John Taylor, . . Caledonia (1)   To be stationed at Campbell-town. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.                                          

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART-TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

      SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART-TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 1827.     It has often been observed that lawyers are unfit persons to discharge the important duties of the magistracy, and the same   trademark seems to apply with equal force in regard to the duties of a newspaper. We have indeed of late had some fine specimens of the abilities of men, more or less skilled in the law, in these co lonies in their capacity of Newspaper Editors. To their exertions we believe we have mainly to attribute the cause of the ominous Newspaper Acts. We, however, are not lawyers, though the mem bers of the Council, from what they have enacted that we should perform, would seem to have concluded that we were so. By the_ 11th section of Act No. 2.we are required to make an affidavit or affirmation of a certain description which, although it might not puzzle a lawyer, unless he were a native of Philadelphia, North Amer...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 11,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 11,1827. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION on Monday the 29th Instant, at the Kings Wharf, ijie new Sloop OPOSSUM, recently built at Macquarie Harbour, of the very best materials, weil found in Stores (as per following list) and may be sent to Sea immediately : Mast, yards, booms, standing and running rigging complete. One Main Sail* new one Fore Sail, do. one Square Sail, do. One Top Sail, do. Two Jibs, do. Some spare Canvas, One Anchor, 3cwt. gqrs. One chain cable 45 fathoms STORES. Three Buckets, 1 Two Harness Casks, Four Water Casks, Cue, Scuttle Cask; One Water Tunnel, Two Mess Kids, OnePiggin, One small Keg, Two Saucepans, Two tin dishes, Two-Plates, One Tinder-box, One Caboose, Four Tin Porringers, One Axe, One Cross-cut Saw, One small Frying Pani One Binnacle Lamp, One'Water Pump, One Lanthorn, One Table, ' The Vessel to be al the risk" of the Purchaser from the time she is knocked down. Terms :-A deposit of ten per cent, to be paid a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is hereby given, that a General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for Van Diemen's Land and its De- pendencies, will be held at Hobart-town on Monday the 5th Day of November next, and at Launceston, on Monday the 3d Day of December next ; at which Sessions, such Persons as are under   Recognizance, either to prosecute or appear, are required to attend.   The Court will open each Day at 10 o'clock precisely. Subpoenas for Witnesses may be obtained on application to my Office. CHAS. BETHEL LYONS, Clerk of the Peace. ~ NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special Meet- ing of the Justices of the Peace, will be held at Hobart-town, on Monday the 5th Day of November next, for the purpose of con— sidering the propriety of certifying in favour of the transfer of the   License granted to William Dennett, to keep the Dolphin Inn, in Hobart-town, to William Lear of Hobart town, as appointee of the said William Dennett. CHAS. BETHEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

BANK of VAN DIEMENS LAND. October 5, 1827. THE Proprietors of Bank Stock are request- ed to pay up the Ninth and Tenth Instalments, due on their re- spective Shares. By Order of the President and Board of Directors, J. GARDINER, Secretary. ~~~^~ FOR SALE, AT the Stores of JOHN BELL, Wharf, Hy- son-skin tea in chests, double refined sugar, Port wine in 7 dozen casks, claret, Champagne, sherries, Bucellas, ^Madeira, Sicilian and Vidonia wines in 6 dozen cases, Cape wine in pipes, brown stout end pale ale in 7 dozen casks, fine and coarse Liverpool salt, cord- age of all sizes, tar and black varnish in barrels, gunpowder in bar- béis and half barrels, windowglass 12 by 10 and li by 9, Cork rose pickled butter in firkins, Brazil tobacco in baskets, rum in pun- cheons, Swedish iron in bars, English iron in square and round rods, bolt, bar aud nail rod, fancy waistcoats and trowsers, Hessian bagging, blue broad cloth^duck trowsers, steam loom shirting, Leg- horn bonnets and hats, trimmed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

lill!?'^IRAN-DA' STORES!"r ^ ;:'? ' ;; 1«R. DUNN is uowlánding-Ladies', Maids' 4nd Childrens' shoes and boots, Gentlemen's Wellington boots ; ^white, black, pink and sky satins ¿Persians of all colours, whit« ^and black -veils j plain and figured bobbin nett, lawn and fine irish linen ; superior shirting, mull and jaconet muslin ; a most VixceHent assortment of diaper, brown Holland and black linen; ali kinds of haberdashery, men's slops, gentlemen's superfine hats, "children's beaver bonnets trimmed,: at lOsY each and npwards ; y ann g ladies', maids' and infants' strawhats, gentlemen's ditto, Í0r the Summer. ; Also, a small quantity of loaf CHEESE, to suit private families, ?j>aste blacking, Day & Martin's ditto in bottle.-The whole will be «old off at a small per céntage above Prime Cost. . : ^ BRXJ FORD Se ÀNST1CE ,^ , HAVE just landed from the Orelia, for "Sale at theif Stores,J Liverpool-street-A few iron safes, preserved soups, iron and tin tea kettles, gloves, soa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

Birth.-On the 6th instant, in Macquarie street, Mrs. GRANT, of a Daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

AT a MEETING of the Inhabitants of Green Ponds on Monday the 8th of October, 1827, convened to take into consideration the best means of erecting a Chapel :-- MR. WILLIAM PIKE in the Chair, it was RESOLVED-That the grateful thanks of the Meeting be given to His Majesty's Government for the liberal contribution of One Hundred Pounds. RESOLVED-That a Subscription be immediately entered into for the completion of the Building.   RESOLVED-That a Committee of Management be appointed, con- sisting of the following Subscribers. George Kemp, Esq. \ Mr. Charles Franks,   Mr. John Earle, \ Mr. Jesse Pullen,   Dr. Gorrige,   RESOLVED-That GEORGE KEMP, Esq. be appointed Treasurer, and Mr. EDWARD FRANKS Secretary.   RESOLVED-That the cordial thanks of this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his able and impartial conduct in the Chair. TO BE LET, AND may be entered upon immediately, those extensive Premises, situate at the corner ...

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Shipping and Commercial Intelligence. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

Shipping and Commercial Intelligence.   ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN,   Oct: 6 - The ship Orelia, W. Hudson commander, 382 tons, from London 26th of May, with a large assortment of all kinds of mer- chandize for Messrs. Bunn. Lowes, Jennings, B. B. Thomas, W. Mawle, Jones and Walker, W. G. Levi, W. A. Bethune, John   Hames, M. Steel, M. L. Smith, A. Bent, A. M. Crachan, M.   Phillips, Bruford & Co. J. Stephen, John Kerr, G. Turnley, J. Olding, P. Facey, Wm. Orr, G. Butler, Van Diemen's land Com- pany, H. Bilton, John Swan, Lieutenant Travers ; among which are 214 casks wine, 167 casks beer, 38 puncheons rum, 10 ditto Geneva, 5 ditto brandy, 210 casks pork, 43 boxes soap, 75 bags   oats, &c. &c.   Passengers - Major and Mrs. Smeathman & Son, Mr. and Mrs. Lowes, (parents of Mr. T. Y. Lowes), Misses Thomas and Copper, H. Dower, Esq. Messrs. Slade, & Smith, Mr. and Mrs. McCrak...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE[?] Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 29, 1827. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned Magis- trates Coroners for the Territory of Van Die- men's Land : William Henry Hamilton, Esq. James Simpson, Esq. Malcolm Laing Smith, Esq. By Command of His Excellency, J/BURNETT,

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