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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

T%/| R. Pucket, leaving the Colony by 1T* an early Opportunity, requests ail Claims to be presented. I^OTÍCE.-If Mr. Pucket, who left ^ a Case of Surgeon's Instruments some time ago with me, as a security for a Debt, does not fetch them away within one Month from the present Date, they will be Sold to liquidate the same. Thomas Atkinson. Campbell-street, November 12, 1825. ------lin » i ' umf-mmm?-<-<»di--M TV1 R. Thomas Atkinson;*of Carnp-^ *-" bell-street, has the following Goods for Sale<:--Gentlemen's,supeffine -black cloth coals ; blue .and olive second ditto; frock coats,,with siftc facings; blue, drab, and olive trowsers; marcella and valentia waistcoats; bombazines; striped leno flounce dresses ; rich sewed muslin robes; rapes and , sleeves ; French cambiic; drilling for trousers; damask table clothe ; thread of various colours ; sewing twine ; coffin furniture; writing paper; ink powders; sealing "Wax*; 'wafers'; "chest, trunk, cupboard, sto...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, November 23, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

I GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretaras Office, Hobart Town, November 23, 1825 mim . * rItJh undermentioned '.Per-îon* have obtained Certificates .of Freedom «»ring the last Weejc ":.?- , CFBT.JFICATES. . Í!¡mes Cavanagh . « . . Bencooîen j bomas Gibson .,... ßurrey (3) . John Head ........ Sea Flower jnomas Kelly<,..,.^ Daphne Jas. Thompson Page .Somersetshire. John Montagu, Secretary. ----,-,-^-H. ^?omtmsmriat Oj/ice, November IO, 1825. ptiESH M EAT.-Persons, desirous of tendering for the ensuing Quarter, «re requested to transmit.their Tenders to »ne respective Offices, here and at Laúh cwton; on or before Monday the Fifth JJat/ of December next; and it is to be jHMinctly understood, iliat the Meat is to je deliverable at any Period of the TV er,."aB.lhose Tenders for particular ?"ates will not be attended to. WÎ Week,y Quantity, required at Ho «rt town, wilhbe about Six Thousand junda ; at Port Dalrymple, about One St«- that QuaEitity ; and, at the other iI°nS lihe. Pu...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT.   The intercourse between England and France is so great that upwards of 500 cross, at Dover alone, every week, and as many return. A beautiful new Steam Vessel, called   the Calpe, of 400 tons and upwards, has been launched at that Port, intended for the Mediterranean Trade. Mr. Canning said, at a late public din-     ner, speaking of the causes of national prosperity, "That the whole machine of   society had received an accelerating im- pulse, and that England was beginning a course of prosperity, which would exceed all that had gone before, as much as the present exceeds all past expectation ;" owing, it was added, " to the united state of feeling between the Ministers and the People,-the liberal and enlightened view of'the interests of the country,-and the application of the results of modern know- ledge to the business of Government. Two new cartoons, by Raphael, have lately arrive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

SAINT ANDREWS DAY. THE SONS OF CALEDONIA pro pose dining together at the British   Hotel, on Wednesday the 30th Instant, to celebrate the Anniversary of the Tutelar Saint of their Country. Dr. SCOTT in the Chair. * * * Tickets to be had at the Bar of the British Hotel, at £2 2s. Dinner on the Table at Half-past         Five, precisely.   VERANDA STORES.   WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. MR. DUNN, by these Arrivals, has received strong calico for sheeting,     twilled cottons for Gentlemen's wear, brown linen and durable duck, excellent striped shirts, duck frocks and trowsers, a variety of slops, English soap and candles, lavender water, Macassar oil, milk of roses, &c. &c. Also, an extensive assortment of drapery, haberdashery, &c; fine flavoured rum, Madeira and Port wine, in bottle and wood. N.B.—House to Let in Elizabeth street.   GREAT ...

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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, November 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

RUNAWAY NOTICE.     Police Office. Hobart Town, November 26, 1825.         THE undermentioned Persons, hav- ing absented themselves 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. A. W. H. Humphrey.       Superintendent of Police.     119. Adamson, Peter, light brown hair,   light grey eyes, 20 years of age, a cabin boy, tried at York January 1821, sentence 7 years, native place Lerwick, Shetland, scar, on left eyebrow, arrived by the Claudine, from the Public Works, Jan. 12 1824—L.2 Reward.   11. Archibald, Walter, 5 feet 8½ inches, light brown hair, grey eyes, 27 years of age, a labourer, tried in Dublin 1816, sentence life, ship from Europe Chapman 1817, arrived in this Colony by Jupiter, native place Cou...

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POLICE OFFICE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

POLICE OFFICE NEWS. .: Various property, taken from the Rim a ways, will be restored to the o#ners; or* application to Mr. Pitt,, accompanied by^ authentic descriptions. f t . i We beg to offer a; caution against .pur- chasing, or traffick ing, in any wa^r#ith the property belonging to the Crow ti» \Wil liam Sharpless was fined £5, on Tuesday last, for purchasing a pair of trowsers from a private of the 57th ; and two prisoners; Nock and Thomas, on the following; day, were sentenced to three, months close con finement for a similar offence. - Á new boat cloak, left by some Gentle man in the Gnard.hbuse, may be recove vcd on proper application.'.being raade.to Mr, Pite, Chief District -Constable, Col jins" street. ?. .,, .;" ?>..... '.. '; ;.; './?" x The practice of lodgingmany person] in the watch-houses,at nigï^t, and not appear- ing againat them in the morning, isi at- tended with serious inconvenience arid irregularity. The M agistrates, we under-. stand, have come to à resol...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED,               Nov. 22, —The brig Duke of York, from Birch's Bay, with timber. Nov. 23. —The ship Midas, Captain James Baigrie,from the Downs 26th July, St. Jago 22d August, with 109 female prisoners, and several wives and families of prisoners now in the Colony. Passen- gers— Major Abbott and son, Mr. Youl, son of the Rev. Mr. Youl, Launceston, Mr. and Mrs. Agar, and Dr. C. Cameron, Surgeon, Superintendent. Nov. 24.-The ship Katheiine Stewart Forbes, Captain Chapman, from Ports- mouth 29ih July, with his Excellency General Darling and Suite. SAILED, .Nov. 19.-The ship Mountaineer, (par- ticulars in our last). Nov. 22.-The brig Loid Rodney, Captain Charlton, for Sydney, with the chief part of her original cargo. Pas- sengers fiom îîîîs Colony-Mr. J. Blair and servant, and 3 others.

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THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

THE BUSHRANGERS.     ------               On Saturday afternoon, Mr. Denne, who resides on a farm belonging to Mr. Gatehouse, near Grindstone Bay, arrived in town, bringing intelligence that he had been six days in the custody of Brady and his party. In giving an account of the motions of these ruffians, we beg to   refer our Readers, to the Gazette of the 5th instant, where an authentic descrip-     tion is given of their journey with Gorm- ley, the night patrole, to the water's edge. It would appear that they really did cross the Derwent at that time, giving as they say, three watches, and three sovereigns, to the person who furnished them with the boat. On Tuesday evening, the 1st of this month, as John Beamon, servant to Mr. Peevor, who was proceeding to his master's with a knapsack of provisions, was sitting by a tree to res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

j f OST, a plain Gold ]yi0tJRW3îGv: AJ B R OAC 9 .-Whoever , ¿as . found ^ j the sanie,and will bring it to Min Francis \. Atkinson, at the Derwent Hotel, "stöH*'r receive Eight Dollars Reward,

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

SAlUKDiV, DECEMBERS, 1839. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds- !0d. Sitting Magistrate" for the ensuing Week, W. H. Hamilton, Esq. TO CORBFSPON'DENTS. Several passages in the letter of '* Re- cluse," oblige us to deliberate before its publication. JVÍK Loane's favour, on Mimo«a Bark, is ; received ; want of room obliges us to -postpone it till n*>xt week. Weasrain thank " Momus" for the whim* , 'Stcaictmversalion of the Sunday Cham *? paign'Party at Homebush. We have perused the papers, and will give every consideration to the letters ^ of a Tim Sham/* ihe extraordinary Chinese Swindler, to his school-fellow 1 Trapemal!.

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

To the Editor of the Colonial Times.     Sir - Though I consider the common slander of such a person as you. to be equal to no small portion of praise, yet when even such a common traducer of all that is   honest and respectable, dares to publish a specific charge, which if true would render me unworthy of holding the humblest   public situation, I feel it incumbent on me to take, immediate notice of your calum- nies, and if possible to make you ashamed of your falsehoods, before the slow but sure process of the law overtakes you with deserved punishment. The article in which you have attacked   my character, carries with it sufficient evidence of its falsehoods. Wrapt up as you are in your own self-conceit, and deeply versed as you are in all cunning, do you suppose any of your readers will be believe, that any but a simpleton would, employ an unwilling messenger on such a service as you describe, or is it likely that...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, Nov. 27.—The ship Caudery, Captain Noyes, from Calcutta 30th August, Mau- ritius 23d October, with a general cargo of India goods, and about 2000 bags of Mauritius sugar. Passenger—Mr. Red- dall, Supercargo. Also, 14 European prisoners, with a guard of 5 English sol- diers and 8 native sepoys. Nov. 29.—The colonial smack Sydney Packet, Captain Thompkins, from Sydney 17 th Nov. with a general cargo. Passen- gers—Mrs. Thompkins, Captain Taylor, Mr. McQueen, jun. and Miss McQueen,   Mr. Pugh, Mr. Dyer, and Mr. Jones. SAILED     Dec. 2.—The ship Midas, Captain Baigrie. with the remainder of the female prisoners for Sydney.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER Government House, Hobart Town December 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

GOVERNMENT. & GENERAL ORDER | Government' Home, Hobart Tozùn ?'.* December 1, 1825. F g IS Majesty having been graciously fi pleased lo appoint Lieutenant Ce neta) Ii alp ii Darling» to be Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of Van Piemen's Land and its Dependencies, His Excellency's Commission is to b* rwdand published, with all due Solemnity, in Piesence of the Council, on Saturday the 3d instant, at One o'Clock, P. M, at the Government House. After the Usual Oaths have been ad ministered to His Excellency bj tht Honorable Chief Justice Peddkr, thf ShciilF will publish, in front of Govern- ment House, the King's Order in Counci1 of the J4th of June, 1825; by which Ins Majesty has been most graciously ¡>Icnfed to constitute and eiect Van Die. men's Land and its, Dependencies into a sepa!ate Colony,' Independent of tht Government of New South Wales. The Civil and Military Officers, resi ding at Hobart -Town, are ieqneated-tf attend to witness the Ceremony ; and a Royd S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

^_ . ANNO SEXTO, " GEORGII. IV. REGIS. (No. 19p \ By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. Cí "B. Governor of the Colony of New South ÎVahs\ Sic. o)c tye. with the Advibe of the Council. [An Ordinance for the more effectual ^ Recovery, of Pines j and Penalties imposed hy di- I vets Acts of Coimeil, and for other Purposes.] TO-HEREAS, by an Act oï< Coun^ ** made and passed the Eiglitrï Day of February, in the'year, of Our* Lord One» Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-live,, intituled " An Act to regulate.the Granting of Licenses for the Sale of Spirits, Ale, . Beer, and other Liquors, in New Stmth Wales and Van Diemen's Land respec- tively,'* certain Fines and Penalties, therein mentioned, are imposed on Persons convicted of selling Spirits, Ale, and Beer, and other Liquors, contrary to the Provi- sions of the said Act; but no Provisions therein made for the Recovery of the said Fines and Penalties, or of the Costs and Charges attending such Conviction, where- by the good ...

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Proclamation, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

Proclamation, fi,/ His Excellency Major-General Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B. Cap- tain-General and Governor-in-Chief, in and over His Majesty's Territories of iV/af South Wales and its Depen- dencies, Sfc. Sfc. Sfc. I ¥ [JßREAS, in Pursuance and in Exercise of the Power and Autho iy to older and direct the imposing and vring of ceitain Rates and Duties upon its made within the Colony of New nilli Wales, and upon Spirits, Tobacco, id all Foreign Goods, Wares, and Mer inndize imported into the said Colony, ¡i ME, the Go v Bit nor aforesaid, vest | by ceitain Acts of Parliament ; I, the oviîRNOR aforesaid, did issue my sevc Pioelamations, bearing Date respec ¡clythe 4lh Pay of March, 1823, the lih Day of January, 1S25, and the 31st iivof al ay» JS25, ordering and direct« ¡n" i he levying of the several and res pee a» Hales and Duties ihetein specified 5 ¡ÍD WHEREAS it is expedient to msoiidate and simplify the said Procla atious, and to bring into one short View ie Scale of Duties whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

LIEUTENANT GUNN.   AT the Sugestion of' a Committee for the Purpose of taking the Subject into Consideration, the following SUB- SCRIPTION LIST has been Opened, in Order to afford the Community an Oppurtunity of testifying to Lieutenant Gunn their deep Sense of his long con- tinued and unwearied Endeavours to ex- terminate the lawless Banditti of Bush- rangers—their Admiration of the Courage and Perseverance with which he has pur- sued this Object—and their sincere Sym- pathy for the Misfortune to which his patriotic Exertions have at length sub- jected him. The Amount which the Subscription may realize it is proposed to solicit Lieu- tenant GUNN to appropriate to the Pur- chase of a Piece of PLATE; or, other-   wise, in such Manner as may be most acceptable. The President and Directors having kindly consented to receive the Subscrip- tions, it is requcsted that they may be paid into the Bank.     COMMITTEE.   &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

Commissariat Offiof, Sept. l(j. Iii25. fj^ilESH MEAT to be received dm in«; i,fie * Quarter ending 24th Decemher, 1825:-r HOB\RT TOWN. Dec. 9. Patrick Wood .... 8000, at 3$d. IG. H. W. Mason . ... 5000. dido Dan. Stanfield, juu. 3000, ditto 23. Thomas Stanfield .. 8000, (Into JERICHO AND LEMON JsPRlNGS. John Presnell, weekly Quantity, during tin Quarter, a: 3$d« per lb. BAGDAD & BRIGHTON. Michael Lackey, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4£<f. per lb. GLENARCHY. James Austin, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4d. per lb. SORELL. John Wade, weekly Quintity, during the Quarter, at 4d. p^r lb. RICHMOND BRIDGE. * David Lord, weeklv Quant My, during the Quarter, at 4Ä<I. o^r lb. t NEW NORFOLK. James Triffitt, weekly Quantity, during the ^Qtlar^er, at 4^d. p<«i lb. LAUNCESTON. " Dec. 9. Alexander Waddle.. 2.W>, at 3*d Thomas Ritchie .. 500, at 3|d. 10. Ditto ............ 3000, di»t» 23. Ditto. 3000, rino- - GEORGE TOWN. t > J. Tow...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER. FROM 21st TO 28th NOVEMBER, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 December 1825

STATE OF THE WEATHER.   FROM 21st TO 28th NOVEMBER, 1825.                           We have usually confined these humble observations, to subjects of general and obvious importance. Amongst them, ia one, which for various reasons we have refrained from touching. The time, how- ever, is arrived, when it wou'd be an omission of duty, longer to remain silent. We allude to the influence of the other Press. That it is inimical to private   character and to public reputation, is         notorious. That it is hostile to the best interests:   of the Colony,engenders dissension and disaffection, - tends to excite civil disorder, - instigates the labouring classes to insu- bordination, is we fear no less generally felt. It is not because an enemy is...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 December 1825

Death.-On the 5th instant Louisa Maria Stodart, aged 16 months.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. 8, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 December 1825

p I GOVERNMENT NOTTCE. I t Colonial Secretary's Office, Dee. ft. 7o9* I (rpW.h appointment,; of Or. >.Áñ¡XJal [_f. .Turnbull, to be Chief District I ^.Constable and Pound-keeper for the U ¡District of Bathurst (Norih), asnotifij»-) >infh> Gazette.of the Jgth Ultimo, has I ¡not taken Place.. I [ By fîto Honor's .Command, I_Jobw' Montagu/ Secretary.

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