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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

GOVERNMENT NO-ICES. Colonial Secretary's Office, ' May 9, 1831. PITO be sold by Public Auction, on arrival, -?- the Barque recently built at, and shortly expected from, Macquarie Harbour. Burthen about two hundred and fifty tons, copper-fastened to the bends, and built ex- pressly for a Whaler. With a view to give encouragement to persons engaged in the Whale Fisheries, a credit ol'two years will be given on the price, upon approved security, bearing interest of 10 per cent, payable half yearly. Further particulars may be known on appli- cation to the Port Officer. By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett. Colonial Secretary's Office,. May 11, 183 L. THE periods for which the undermentioned persons were transported, expiring at the date placed opposite their respective names, cer- tificates of their freedom may be obtained on that, or at any subsequent date, upon applica tion to this office, or to that of a Police Alagis trate in the Interior: - Edward William Edwards, 152, Princess...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

To the Editor of the Colonial Times. SIR,-In reply lo your remarks upon my communication, quoting extracts from Mr.' Hume's letter, inserted in your last, I would ask whether you have any right to insert that, or any other person's advertisement, in the shape of a cora manication, and without their permission, along with your editorial remarks thereupon, and then to charge for it as an advertisement? Will not every impartial independent Editor of a Newspaper, professing to have a practical knowledge of his busbies«, bear me out, in saying that you have no right? Is (here not a certain pall of avery newspaper ¿«voted exclu- sively to the Public for their advertisements ALONE. lu that part, then, should not my article of intelligence, in the shape of an advertisement, (as you refused to insert in any other way) he inserted, if you intended to charge as such for its insertion ? Are not certain articles, being of individual in teiest, io the respective parties sending (beni, commonly ca...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

To the Editor of the Colonial Times. j Sir, 1« there any probability of our staid and goodly ruler« fol- lowing the meritorious example of tbe Home Legislators, by proffering a reduction of (heirsalaries? That they have our interest at he art, and are desirous that the Colony should prosper, is indisputable, from various inci dints. -I am, Sir, your's &.C, Sly Q in thecorner.

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SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

QDÏÎIiîi, I. Come, by the .stream let's wander, The spot we know so well; Or thro' the wnpds meander ? By yonder flowery dell: Why that downcast brow and sigh, When thr nnn (roe Lore is nigh ; T«il me, dearest, tell me why, That sigh ? Thy faithful Lover toil. II. Tha beauteous moon still smiles on the», With soft peivading ray -, ^ . ' But dearer is I hy smile to me ; It bids my heart be gay. Fe»r not, but e'er I false shall prove, My heart is fixed, and firm my love ; Come then let's wander thro' the grove, My Love! And chase thy gloom away. Conrad. Campbell-street, May 9th, 1831. (Tune, "Auld Robin Grey.") King William loves me well, though Arthur oft dolidas. But, saving his irown, be bas nothing else besides ; But William is a sailor boy, and bred unto the sea, So he gives his crown and purse to be managed by me. My son could never work, for his talents were but small. But ta'ents in Ins present place does not want at all ; I often wisb'd to wed bim to Reform and sa\e expense, ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

SHIP NEWS MAY 15--Arrived the ship North Briton, Captain John Morrison, from Leith, the the 10th December, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Murdock, Master Mur- dock, Mr. Thomas Murdock, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Camp- bell, Mr. Hunter, Dr. Johnson Mr. Blackwell, Mr. Stewart, Mrs. Hayward, Mr. Moncrieff, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Tyall, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Brough, Miss Brough, Miss M. Brough, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mr. Brown, Mr. Neish, Mr. Brun ton, Mr. Guthrie, Miss Douglass, Mr. Weir, Mr. M'Quin, Mr. Noyle, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Craig and two children, Mr. Doyle, aud Mr. M'Rider. May l8.-Arrived the Renown, Capt. Henderson, from London, 20th Dec. with a general cargo of merchandize. Particulars in our nsxt. ( Cargo of the barque Fiinehal, Captain Vulgar no : Oncease apparel, 1 do. millinery, 1 do. lints, 1 tierce re- fined sugar, Gov. Arthur ; 2 cases sperm caudles, J. Burnett ; 2 cases milliuery and haberdashery, 1 box ironmongery, W. . II. Hamilton ; 4 cases whaling gear, 1 case, 1 handle ...

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Quarter Sessions. SATURDAY, 31 MAY 14, 1831. Present, J. HONE, Esq. and J. H. MOORE, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

- ' Quarter Sessions. SATURDAY, 31 AY 14, 1831. Present, J. IIonj:, Esq. and J. H. Moore, Esq. Mr. Win. Powell Wilde, who carne surgeon of the Juno, stood charged with stealing certain articles, viz. throe seals And thre« rin^s, in the dwelling-house of Win. S (al I ard, at / Kangaroo Point ; and Alexander Stenhouse, an overseer to /'' Mr. Slallard, willi reoeiving the same knowing them to he stolen. The Solicitor General stated the case lo the Jury :-On the 12th of March, Wilclo came to Stallard's and slept there. He went to bed, what the witnesses call, very fresh ; hu was seen by a woman servant, on going to bed, with a number of stnls and rings belonging to Mrs. Stallard ; he went away on Thursday and returned on Saturday ; on Sunday he wont to his falher-in-Jaw at tho Du!ins Arms ; and un Monday lie went to New Norfolk'; he was on that day overtaken by Stenhouse, and confessed he lind taken the articles, bul that lie had done so wheti hu was drunk, mid bad intended to re- turn....

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Richmond Police Report. Present,—J. Gordon, T. A. Lascelles, H. Nicholls, J. H. Bulcher, Esquires. May 9th 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

Richmond Police Report Present,-J, Gordon, T. A. Lascelles, H. Nicholls,, J. H. Butcher, Esquires. May 9th 1831. William Grant appeared to answer the complaint of James Kestell Buscombe, for that he the said William Grant did on the 20th of August, in the tap-room of the Lennox Arms pub- lic-house at Richmond, assault and beat Elizabeth the wife of the said James Kestell Buscombe. This case had excited a great deal of interest, as it had been pending for several months, and statements highly injurious to the character of a very responsible officer of the Court, had been made to the Attorney-General on the subject of this pro- secution. On the case being called, Mr. Buscombe protested against its being tried, and stated for his reason, that he did not ex- pect the Magistrates were to go into any evidence, but to pro- ceed to pass sentence on the Defendant, on the evidence which had on a former occasion, been produced in support of the complaint. He also complained of the absence of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 May 1831

Tor Sydney. $**líc rfflflE Fine Firbt-cluss ship Funchal, 3giî£ïsi* Jl J. Dalgarno Commander, will sail for Hie .above Port in 10 days. For Freight or pussage apply lo W. WILSON, Agent May 9, 1831._ "~ For London 2>i?ect* HHE fine Fast-sailing First-class 3^J!k .*- B»B RESOURCE, S. Smith, Com- mander, having arrived from Launceston, will lake on Freiglit about 100 Bales Wool. As this Vessel is under engagement to sail in 10 Days after lier arrival, persons desirous of having their Wool dispatched hy this early conveyance, will please to make immediate ap- plication. The Resource has accommodations for a few Passengers, milich are neatly filled up. .*$. For Freight o» Passage, applv to W. WILSON, Agent. Wharf, March 15, 1831. 3c3or london Direct. ptlE Ship JOHN, Robert Nos _ WORTHY, Commander, burthen per l?e gíüter -lü-l'tJViis, having alieady 500 bales of Wool on board and the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will sail for tile .above Port within Six Weeks from this date; Ship...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

SBIF lÈÈt NEWS. The Fmichal and G amita are clearing at the Custom- house, Tor Sydney. Passengers per ship Renown.-Mr. Graham, Mr. Date, Mr. Beduvaiz, Mr. Sedugar, Miss Billinger, and Mr, M'Kenaie, for Hobart Town; Rev. Mr. Dickenson and 7 children, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffreys, Mr. Woodward, Mr. Waddle, Mr. Woolley, and Messrs. J. and £. Johuson, for New South Wales. Consignees per ship Renown.-Chief Justice Pedder, Cap. tain Dumaresq, Messrs. A. Stephen, W. M. Orr, John Kerr, J. T. Gellibrand, S. G. Jennings, Hewitt & Co., G. Lang- ford, Henry Jennings, Kemp and Co., John Boyes, G. Turn ley, J. Swan, S. Adey, Richard Lewis', Henry Hopkins, W. Wilson, George Rand, George Hunt, James Muddle, Francis Smith, Rev. J. Hutchinson, A. Morrisson, W. and T. Murray, J. Cameron, Wise & Day, W. Maycook, T. Woolley, T. Lightfoot, J. Thorneloe, Miss Debney, D.Gra- ham, J. Erskine, R. Uiher, S. Lyons, G. Burne, J. Jones, J. and W. Robinson, G. C. Clark, and - Stubberraaa, with sundries C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

TasmanÏT!-rîiiitedanaHpubîhihe^ the Propriclor, at Ibe Times Oflice, Ëlizabelh-Ureet, Hobart, Town, Van Diemen'., kami, to 'whom, all Communications are requested lo be addressed. '- j Terms.-Í2 12s. per annum,.or 10b. per quarter if paid in . advance.-Subscribers in the Country, Launceston, and Syd ney, m make llieir remittances by Post, or by some Agent in Hobari Town.-All ordeis to discontinue" must apply to the end of the quarter. ' ' ' S" /' "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

For Sydney. -áájl* rT^HE Fine First-class sbip Funchal, 3us*mg!s J»- '. Dal gamo Commandcr,_\\ill sail for the above Port in 10 days. For Freight or passage apply to ' . W. WILSON, Agent May 9, 1831._ For London Direct. <.$§&* rTHE Sh,P JOirN> Robert Nos ¿sKäL -*. WORTHY, Commander, burthen per Re- gister 4l>4 Tons, having already 500 bales of Wool on board "" and the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will sail for the above Port within Six Weeks from this date j Shippers are therefore requested to muke early application. * This Vessel has excellent accommodation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply lo the Undersigned, who will make liberal advances on Wool intended for shipment on this vessel, and warehouse the same free of expence. W. M. ORR, Agent. March 11. 1831. For Batavia. *J$Ä TH,Í «ne first Class Ship "AME 3¡ÉIS& x RICA," 400 Tons Register, Robert Donal, Commander, will sail for the above Portón ...

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PUBLIC MEETING ON MONDAY LAST, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

PUBLIC MEETING ON MONDAY LAST, MAY 23. A nîore numerous or a more respectable concourse of persons never assembled toge- ther in this Colony than on the present occasion ; true we will allow there were fewer Govern ^. ment Officers present than we latterly witness ^ -ed on Public Meetings, but this may be ac- counted for by any person who will take the trouble to read the proceedings ; neither did this Meeting in any way resemble the farces late- ly got up in the same building, but was of it- self a constitutionally convened Public Meet- ing, breathing the feelings and sentiments of the people. A few minutes after one, the Sheriff took the Chair, 'and opened the Meeting by reading over the requisition, when, artera few preliminary observations, Mr. J.T. Gellibrand ad- dressed the Meeting, stating that they were then assembled to inquire into certain stated* grievances of the Colonists, and to decide whether they did exist, and if so, to have tliein properly represented, in order tha...

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COLONIAL TIMES H O B A R T TOWN: MAY 25, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

HOBART TOWN: ! MAY 25, 1831. ' Let it be impressed upon your mimU, let H be'instilled into ' jour children, tliat the Liberty of the Press is the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Jumut. We stated in our last that, according to the opinious we have been able to collect from among those of the public who are not under the fostering wings of the Government, the parti- cular grievances that the Colony is thought to labour under,and which, it has been considered desirable to bring under the consideration of the Throne, may be classed under the following heads :-Tenure of land ; enormous quit-rents ;' taxation generally; non-representation; delays in the administration of justice; general system of the survey department ; and the mercantile grievances. We also stated, that these subjects would present to us the occasion of a few re- marks in our present number, and we now resume the subject, apprehending that it will be conceded that the field for such is su...

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 May 1831

Coroner's Inquest.     Before the witnesses were examined, the Coroner and Jury, in the presence of a large concourse of people, took a view of the bodies of the two murdered men, Moses Boss, and William Carter. When seen in a mutilated and emaciated state,       a glance of indiscribable emotion passed over the features of every person present. A feeling of indignation, mingled with horror, was visible in every countenance. Carter had three   spear wounds in the back, three in the breast, and one from a bayonet in the belly. His head was beat to a mumshy by waddies and weighty stones, his nose and whole face dis- figured ; and when the bandage about his head was removed. the gore, in pure colour, flowed from the gashes inflicted. Boss's head was emaciated in a similar manner ; a spear had been thrust in his neck and another into his breast, and the whole of his back shewed the blows he had received. The m...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JUNE 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 June 1831

HOBART TOWRI JUNE 1, 1831. Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into voar children, that the Liberty of the Press ii the Palla- dium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junius. By the Eliza, Captain J. Groves, we have received files of English papers up to the 6th of February inclusive. The importance of the intelligence has induced us to allot the greater part of our columns to the various interesting extracts which will be found elsewhere. A pri- vate letter dated London, February 5, gives the following summary of the news of the day : " The Belgiums have not yet been able to find a King to their liking, most probably they will come back to the House of Nassau. The long list of candidates for the Throne is now reduced to three-the Duke of Leuchtenberg, son of Eugine Beauharnois ; the Duke de Neraours, son of Louis Philippe, and the Prince of Orange. The Belgians are to make their own election, but they are given to understand that if they choose...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 June 1831

To Correspondents. tv e have received many interesting communications respecting the glorious 2ZrdofMay, and ive are sorry weare obliged to .postpone till our next, not only the insertion of several of these letters, but aho some observations of our own now in type, in continuation of what we before offered on the subject. \ Veritas is loo libellous, and sly Q in the corner's theatrical be- speaks will get us into mischief if ws insert them, although they may appear interesting and innocent to the writer, . " Ebor" will meet due attention, and " A Friend to Tasma- nia, " taill also merit our notice. . In verses we are rather slack, our several poetical correspon- dents from some reason or other have turned their rhymings | into prose, but they had better go back to their old system. ' --?-?-----«-?--???-???--?????_---------?-? !

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Gazette Extraordinary. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 June 1831

Gazette Extraordinary« Colonial Secretary's Office, May 30, 1831. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the following Aot of Parlia- ment for general information^ By His Excellency s Command, 1 J. BURNbTT.

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

if rriflíjt ?VJJ.iöOiigr, For X>ondon Direct. *§j$L rpHE Ship JOHN, ROBERT NOS J2¡2BE» -*? WORTHY, Commander, borthen per Re gistèr 464 Tous, having al re nely 500 bales of Wool on boaid and the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will sail for the above Port within Six Weeks from this date ; Shippers are therefore requested to make early application. This Vessel has excellent accommodation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Undersigned, who will make liberal advances on Wool intended for shipment on this vessel, and warehouse the same free of expence. W. M. ORR, Agent. March 11. 1831. For Batavia. 4& THE fine first Class Ship "AME j£3> RICA," 400 Tons Register, ROBERT DONAL, Commander, will sail for the above Port on the 2nd June. For Freight or Passage apply to W. WILSON, AGENT. Freemasonry« TASMANIAN LODGE, NO. 813. THE Grand Festival of St. John the Baptist will be celebrated at the Lodge-room on Friday, the 24th...

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ANNO PRIMO GULIELMI IV. REGIS. CAP. IV. December 23, 1830. ( [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 June 1831

ANNO PRIMO < j I GULIELMI IV. REGIS. < I CAP. IV. J ' An Act to render valid Acts done by the Governor of any of His Majesty's Plantations after the Expiration of his Commission by the Demise of His late Majesty, and to extend the Period within which the Patents of. Governors of Co- lonies-shall on any future Demise of the Crown become vacant, and to provide for the longer Duration of the Patents of Governors after the Demise of the Crown. December 23, 1830. IM/HK lili A S on the Demise of His late Tv Majesty King George the Fourth, divers Persons were in the Exercise of Oflices and Employments, Civil and Military, within His Majesty's Plantations, Colonies, and Possessions Abroad, holden under and by virtue of divers Patents, Commissions, Warrants, or other Authorities/leter ?ninable at His said late Majesty's Pleasure. And whereas at the Expiration of six Calendar Months next after the De- mise of His said Majesty's such ODices and Employments as nl'ortsaid w...

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European Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 June 1831

European Intelligence. ' OPENING MEASUKES OF THE NEW SESSIONS OF' PAR- ' LIAMBNT.-Parliament mel on Thursday, for the first lime I after its adjournment ; and, notwithstanding the brief period i that lias elapsed, the peculiar circumstances under which ¡I i assembled, and the great anxiety excited in the publia mind | .s to the course which would be pursued by the new admiuis- I trallon, have Riven to its proceedings an extraordinary degree s of interest. On the (¡rsl night enough transpired to indicate i I hat the Session would be one of no common activity. The i . ' .:."?? II , .] . . ../ -l-l- .... . ' .-?.« Lord Chancellor gave ñóifce'oY iiis'înle'nïian'to iiifi'oduw(:i« Hill fur amending (lie Administration of Justice in the Coiirt of Chancery, and for (he better Administration of the E.stktiis and Effects of Bankrupts. Those who have had the misfor- tune to become experimentally acquainted with these questions, will best appreciate the value of the proposed amendment. In the m...

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