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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

. Engineers Office, November 3, 1825. ' 'TO" ANTE D to Purchase, for the Setv * *l vice of Government, twenty ser- viceable sound HORSES, principally for Draught ; and four or five for the Saddle, of a smart active kind.-Any Person hav- ing such to Dispose of, will send in their Tenders to the Office of the Acting En- gineer. T. Kirkwood, Acting Engineer, MR. John M'LeoJ), has for SALE, at his Residence on the Elizabeth River, near the Township of Campbell-town, the following GOODS, imported per Triton and other" late Arrivals ; which he will dispose of for Cash, clean Wool, Meat at Store Price, Tallow, or Kangaroo Skins:-Moleskin shooting jacket«, short coats and coatec3, bluejackets and trousers, Russia duck trow 8ers and frocks, fashionable jean tr'owsers, cashmere gaiters and trowsers, while and coloured nankeen ditto, gentlemens' fashion- able vests and drsss coats, ladies* cloth man- tles, trimmed with silk, power loom shirtings, sheetings, and linings, damask table cloths, ta...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, Oct. 31.-The brig Lord Rodney, Captain Charlton, from London, June I, Rio de Janeiro, August IO, with a general cargi of mecchatulize. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Turnely, and Síchildren. Nov. 2.-The-sloop Amelia, Captain Hiller, from Launceston, with 480busheJs wheat, and sundries. ' * Nov. 3.-The brig Duke of York, from Birch's Bay. SAILED, Nov. 2.-The Elizabeth Henrietta, for Svdney, with one prisoner for Moreton Bay, and five for Norfolk Island. STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 24tll TO 31st OCTOBER, 1825. / hermometer /rom j to Barometer 'rom| to Wind. liesuI M. T. \V. T. V s .s 59 hi) 52 60 52 53 52 73 08 70 72 73 29 8 .29.3. 293 29 4 29 5 29 4 70 129.7 29.7 29 3 .29.3 29 3 29 4 29 5 72 |29 4 N. W. S. S.E. N.W. 'S E. Shower* Showers Showers Rain Clear S, W. Showers N. E. C/e»r Since our last, little has been heard of the bushrangers. There was a report on .Saturday, that they had been seen in some house in town, which probably took its rise from the circ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,       November 2, 1825. THE undermentioned Persons, have obtained Certificates of Freedom and Ticket of Leave, during the last Week:- CERTIFICATES. Thomas Mason ... Countess Harcourt       George Barber ... Surrey (3) Thomas Hopkins ... Lady Castlereagh Thomas Primrose ... Dromedary John Martin ... Ditto James Gravets ... Indefatigable         Thomas Johnson ... Shipley (3) John Riley ... Prince Regent William Davis ... Ditto Patrick Boyle ... Hastings   Thomas Brown ... Globe         James Wildon ... Bencoolen   Charles Norton ... Somersetshire.       RENEWED TICKET OF LEAVE.   George Morgan, Almorah. (Port Dalrymple) John Montagu, Secretary. Commissariat Office, Sept. 16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

BIRTH. - At Carr Field House, in Murray-street, on Tuesday evening last, the Lady of Mr. G. C. CLARK, of a daughter, still born.

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, NOVEMBER 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, November 1, 1825. HIS Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct the following STATEMENT of the COLONIAL FUND, for the Quarter ending the 30th September, 1824, to be published for general Information:—     By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU, SECRETARY. RECEIPTS. By Balance in Treasurer's Hands, £3434 9 9¼Cash balance             as per last Account . 608 0 0 Securities | £4042 9 9¼   By Receipts from the Naval Officer . . | 5117 0 5 From the Police Magistrate at Launceston, for Fines in his Court | 14 11 3 From the Register of the Supreme Court, for Fees in that Court, to 30th June . . . . . | 98 0 11¼   From the Attorney General, a Promissory Note of T. Knowles for the Expence of prosecuting Stephen Farrell and Thomas   Golloghen . . . . ....

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE, NOVEMBER 2, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE, NOVEMBER 3, 1825 This being the morning fixed for the trial of M'Cabe, the Court was filled with spectators at a very early hour. - The crowd was so great outside the rails, that there was great danger of them breaking down. The greatest order and profound silence prevailed during the trial.           The first case was that of Cornelius Quin, who was found guilty of stealing a quantity of iron from Mr. Collins, wheel- wright in Liverpool-street. He was dis- covered by Charles Harding, a servant to Mr. Collins, early in the morning of the 2d of last month, carrying it from the barck-yaul, in which the iron was kept. M'Cabe was then brought into Court, and the eyes of all were intensely fixed upon him. He appeared surprised and disconcerted at the Court and the multi- tude collected, his eyes wandering about   as if unable to rest. He was tried for the last robberywhich he comm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

IMPOjftTEÜ \by Messrs. Bryant's, pQr tne Mountaineer, a beautiful bay blood COLT, two years old, named VISCOUNT, and will Cover a few Wares only.-Terms, io Guineas. Viscount was out of a beautiful blood Mare, by Squirrels of extraordinary strength and speed, by Viscount, son of Stamford, dam by Beaurdeux. Viscount was a superior winning Horse, and won in 1813, when the property of Sir William Maxwell, 140 guineas, at Cathrick ; the Gold Cup, vilue Í00 guineas, with ten guineas in specie, at Durham; the Gold Cup, value 100 guineas, at Stockton ;thï Gold Cup, value 100 guineas, and 100 guinea* in specie, at Preston ; theiGbld "Gup, value 100 guinea*, and,30 guineas- in speete; at Pontefráct ; 150 guineas, and'the Gold Cup, value 100 guineas, at Doncaster--running 4 miles at 4 yeera old, with 7st. 7lb. in seven minutes and 45 seconds. Also, for the convenience of the Gentle- men of Hobart Town, and the neighbour- hood, ; for two months only, a beautiful Devon BULL, 2 years old, at two ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

To the Editor,   SIR,--The occasional appearance of the Aborigines in Hobart Town, and the kind- ness they experience from the Inhabitants, cannot but be gratifying to those who feel interested in the improvement of these poor creatures; but it is disgusting to behold, the state of nudity in which they wander about our streets , Surely something may be done to induce them to conform, in a slight degree, to our ideas of personal decency. Would it not be practicable to give them to understand, that unless they are covered to a certain extent, they will not be admitted     into the Town, or receive any food? A positive refusal of the latter, but on the pro- posed condition, would do much towards   effecting this desirable change in their habits. I remain, Sir, yours, @c.   A. Z.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, "Nov. 6.-The cutter Governor Arthur, Captain Hassell, from Launceston, Oct. 23, with 420 bushels wheat, and 390 bushels» barley. Passengers-Mr. Edward Roberts, and Mr. L. White. The schooner Waterloo, from Mac- quarie Harbour, and the Prince Leo- pold, from Birch's Bay, both with timber.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

' To the Editor. Sir,-I have waited in the full expec- tation, íjiat some of the members of/the Agr cultural Society (and particularly the President), who profess, so much solicitude for the welfare of this Island, would bave directed their attention to ih« importance of the Mimosa Barley which, as an article of coTimerce, isf conferring such essential benefits on this community. ft<s properties j«r aught we know, may only be super! ficnlly understood, and be of wider extent than we at present conceive. As. it em' braces, and that largely, the property of individúala, it would- perhaps be wise to draw the line of£demarcarion round the Vanuus estates (ofe which many large ones, of some years possession, are not yet measured off), and thus decide many un pleasant controversies. I would also su»" gesc, the propiiety of the Government protecting- the lands yet unlocated, in the consideration they will hereafter devolve to individuals, who cannot ,fail to respect their preserv...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, November 7, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Tozyn> November 7, 1825. AS it appears the Estent of the Autho- rity of the Superintendents of Road and Working Parties, and the Right of Crown Prisoners io absent themselves »oin their Parties, for the Purpose of i complaining to a Magistrate, without the I Sanction of the Person in Charge being previously obtained, is not clearly under- stood ;-The Li ruten ant Governor, anxious to prevent any Misconception, is desirous of having it known, that although M . cer or Superintendent, not being a Magistrate, is limited as to the Extent anP Manner of imposing Punishments, yp he certainly possesses- the Right of depriving the Pi isoners under his Charge, <>'her for improper Conductor disobe «u'inceof Orders, of the Time they are ywtâ on the Saturday Afternoon, or «»'w other Indulgence which has always . ' V> considered dependent oh good Be ll{ HMtir. inMhe Event of repeated Idleness or ' Rbgence in arfy of t...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, November 5, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

¡GOVERNMENT &9'd?ENEttAL ORDER* Government ffîmisc, Hobart Torrn, November 5, 1825. IrpíIE Anxietv with which the Lteu ?*? tenant Governor has watched the Movements of the Banditti headed by Brady, lias heeii considprai)ly in- creased, within the last few Days, from the Circumstance of all traces of them being lost. It must be perfectly Evident to every inhabitant of this Island, that ihe onlv Method hv which Bushrangers «re enabled to continue al large, after the roui mis« inn of, their various and daring Robberies, is by the Assistance they re leive in disposiries of their Stolen Pro- perly, and the Rpsonrces which they ihaw therefrom, both in the Town and Country. His Honor is apprehensive thal many People, both Free and Bond, nnnot be awaie of the enormity of the Offences they thus commit, or the Pe- nalty attending such a Connexion ; and He therefore des'res to warn every In- habitant, that He will feel it his Duty,1 for the Public Protect ion, and for the Suppression o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

TO THE LICENSED PUBLICANS IN HOBART TOWN. INFORMATION being received, and it also appearing, that many who     procured Licenses, have neglected to put up LAMPS in front of their HOUSES and TAPS ; and that others, having provided Lamps, omit to light them at Sun-set and to keep them lighted during the whole of the Night; - The Magistrates (as well for the Benefit of the Inhabitants, and the Public generally, as of the Publicans and their Sureties, and others interested in the Houses already licensed) hereby caution the Parties holding Town Licenses not to omit the strict Performance,   forthwith, of every Condition opon which the Licences were granted, as Proceedings will be immediately taken against all   who, after this Notice, fail to observe the Conditions, in any Respect whatever, and likewise against their Sureties: And the   Chief Constable is hereby required to notice, and officially report, without &nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

f Advertisement.-On Sunday last, Mr. and Mrs. Simons, of the King Gporge Inn, Hobart Town, with a Party of Friends, undertook the'fatiguing' jour- ney to New Norfolk, for the sole pin pose of having tiieir infant Son christened by that much beloved and worthy Divine, the Reverend Hugh Richard Robin-, SON. i^^^-^ *r >." Errata in our Last.-in the Ad,« vertisement o"f Mr. West wood's Farm, ae the Black Brush, for " 1 IO acres" teaf '« 180 acres.'' In the letter of " Recluse,", top of the 2d column, 3d page, for "w the blackest black," read « by the blackest j Black." | /i

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POLICE OFFICE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

POLICE OFFICE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 18&5. I The tranquillity which has prevailed, since the Gentlemen of Hobart Town have peformed the duty of the Guard, was unfortunately interrupted last week, so as to call for the interference of the Police. The case brought before the Magistrates, this day, wa« the following.-A Gentle- man, learned in the, law^ having beet* detained from the endearments of home for two whole days and nights, and dread- ing reprehension on his return to his domestic circle, applied to his friend to intercede. A promise of.forgiveness being thus obtained, the husband returned with his friend and another, at a late hour in the evening, and ordered supper, which was supplied with great good humour by , the lady of the house. But the god of -wine having gained some ascendancy, the dishes lost their relKb, and much fault was in consequence found. The husband again sallies forth, to lodge a complaint with the Police, for the .correction of his cook, desiring his...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

SAIURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1835. Assise of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf, of Two Pounds-9^. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, Reverend R. Knopwood. TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to return our best thanks for the obliging Communication of "Leo- noras' - The writer she alludes to excels, in slander, both of man and woman. The- letter of Mr. Thomas Young is wholly unfit to meet the Public eye. We.have to acknowledge Captain Her- berths second letter, and to applaud his judgmentjn employing the Clerk of JVlessrs. Kemp & Co. to indite jt for him, by which several errors in ortho-, graphy, which occurred in his first* are avoided.

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To Mr. Robert Lathrop Murray, Author of the "Colonial Times." LETTER III. Non amo te, Lay-trap—et possum dicerequare. "At his heels—close at his heels!" [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

To Mr. Robert Lathrop Murray Author of the "Colonial Times'* LETTER III. Non amo te, Lay-trap - et possum dicere quare. "At his heels - close at his heels!"   SIR, - Hercules killed Ægeus and cleansed his stable. In like manner I, no less powerful with the wand of truth, am about to annihilate your political life, and, to sweep away the filth you have sputtered over the Colony. Flatter not yourself, Sir, that I entertain for you, as an individual, the slightest animosity. In your public capacity alone I view, you - with the public voice I address you. As a private person I pass you as I would ah inanimate lump of clay, containing within it a venemous toad. But to my task. Bring me the loathsome thing - lay Mr. Murray on the table that I may dissect him. Cut up the diaphragm - let me see the heart. What says the magna aorta, the great organ of circulation - the Leading Article? Because a suggestion was offered in the Gazette for the improvement of the   Poli...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, NOVEMBER 11, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER.     Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, November 11,1825. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct the following STATEMENT of the COLONIAL FUND,   for the Quarter ending the 31st December, 1824, to be published for general Information:     By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU, SECRETARY. RECEIPTS.   Oct. 11. Amount received from E. F. Bromley, Esq. late Treasurer,       on account of the Balance paid by him on closing his Accounts £1876 5s. 11d.       l8. From the Acting-Naval Officer, on account of Duties     collected by 81 5 0           19. From the Superintendent of Government Slaughter-house, on account of Slaughtering Dues to the 1st October 67 10 2   From the Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates, on account of Beer and Spirit Lic...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, November 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

,GOV ER NOIENT & GENERAL ORDER. \ s Gotittyment Home, Hobart Town, v i1- £ November 1, 1£25.. MR. WILLIAM HILL is appointed Chief District Constable and Pound-keeper for the District of Bathurst {East) vice Mr. Temple Pearson, who re- signs. Dr. Adam Turnbull is appointed Chief DUtiiot Constable and Pound keeper for the District of Bathurst (North) vice Mr. Thomas Diprose, wlfo resigns. , Mr. J amps Haylewandís appointed a Constable for the District of Bathurst (East). ' M By His Honor's Command, John Montagu, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, November 9, 1825 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, November 9, 1825 THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom   and Ticket of Leave, during the last Week :— CERTIFICATES.       James Stewart.........Baring (2)   G.Colley, alias Calley...Lord Hungerford   Samuel Walker . . . . Dromedary John Brown ............Ditto   Thomas Smith..........Ditto   John Thomas ...........Ditto     James Arnold............Ditto       William White ...........Ditto           Edward McGinnis . .....Bencoolen   John Lowie ..............Ditto       George Blake ............Countess Harcourt     John Pollard ..............Fortune (2)   John Bate... .............

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