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Ships' Manifests. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

. Ships'Manifests. I unELM, Capt. HUDSON.-13 packages cutleiy; Blanket«, Imps, ? baue, boots und fillóes, eui tliemuiie, liais habeidaslierj, I 'linn and blandy, consigned lo George Turnley ; 2 ens».5 sad- fl dlery, 4 ditto iioiiiimngeiy a.id tin waic-, 4 packages silver H and silver'plate, Ciipt. M'l.ame, pttssengei ; 2 boxes lniilmeryV BS and uppurel, Lieutenant Colonel Thud tort li ; 1 cask earthen- \m win e, 1 case coi k-., i pipes "Madeira w me, and 12 do/en Fronça K «me, ottiuets 57lh Regiment; I cask Madena, 4 biimll.es, A plüii};hs,'*mills, &c, i cuses caipeiiters tools and fowling m pieces, 1 cask shot, 1 bale woollen waggon cloths, 13 cash fl ironmongery, linen, haberdusheiy, hosieiy, and saddlery, 5 I packages leathei, iiuiinioiigr-rj, 1 case lowluig pieces, &c. fl Geoige, Glover; 1 hogshead Maden a wine, Major Duugla-s« I 03d<ltegiment ; ;9 packages \u ought non, turner), eaithen. B und |tin waie, slops, lia 1 du ate, snddleiy, ptwter, &amp...

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COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

COMMERCE. . ROH.-There is some increase of business in this market as tar as regards Leewards, but proofs cannot be quoted high- er than 2s. 4d. per gallon , Jamaicas, 20 per cent, overpioof, are 3s. 4d.; 28 percent. 3s. 9d. ; and from 30 to S3 -per I cent, from 4s. to 4s. 4d.-The total stock of rum'is 20,011 ' puncheons and 1,517 hogsheads. .. INDIGO-There is some aetivitjNn this market,' a{ the j highest premium on tlie last Company's sale. At Liverpool | the demand is brisk. ' I BALTHS-pRpDUCEl-r-Tbe.'"demand;for tallow is again slack; andthe prices cannot^ be ..quoted higher than from;3Us. 3d. to 'aOs, Od:,peí'o«r.tv.;í.-' .:!'-:? iii--.'-, .-i .-' -I'-' ;'.!:!<.?/.. ' doTTONi-^Aithough there, is an increase of . business at . Liverpooi;"àa ¿oinni'uniçated'by the.iateít.letters, yet there is na actiyity'dispïayédi -,'Tne arrivals , of; cotton continue very limited .' and this week have only beeii SOO bales of Surátsj 10 from Smyrna, and. 225. from Georgia. Prices of b...

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Sheep and Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

--T-i--^-?» I Sheep and Wool« ' I It cannot be too strongly or too frequently im- pressed upon the sheep* proprietor, that wealth in this description of property, and the annual profit arising from it, consist not in numbers, but ' in the proper management of so many as the lands appropriated to them will maintain in uniform good condition through all seasons ; by which alone the really valuable propel ties of the fleece can be folly developed, and in which, togelher-with that" blood most suitable to the climate, is found the true secret of profitable wool-growing. \ In the one case the grower has, in over-extend- ed numbers,at best buta very uncertain property, and with multiplied expenses, unquestionably an uncertain income ; in the other, he has that cer- tainty and'that improvement which belong to a more immediate personal superintendence, with only the assistance of such limited labour as is absolutely necessary; and hence a property producing an annual income which may be calc...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

<" - - /Original Correspondence. 1 '; " Noli me tätigere, > . ' ' ' '" lía ! does it gull thee Tartar ?" ' ' , MR. EDITOR,-The nervous epistle of your Correspon- dent, " Anti Puf," has pleased beyond measure all the goo.d people of tiîis place. I read it fiom the bench, and the laugh-; ter it excited beggais all description. A prisoner, who bud been ordered fifty in the usual way, was quite oveiconie by the cutting remarks,» and I commanded that the sentence should be ¡emitted, determined that all should enjoy a day of jollity. My amanuensis was so delighted, that the pen dropped fiom bis fingers, and he exclaimed in broken English, " by gar'it be dam fine-it be dam fine by gar. He must be one clever shentleman to write such a nice' letter." Old StowawayK who was here to^gi^ me some private informa- tion, and' to sign hit. name to, a conviction, i oared out mon- strous good ! monstrous good, indeed ! It was with, difficulty that I could ciub the upioarious hilarity pro...

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BRITISH SHEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

BRITISH SHEWS. ,WINDSÓÍ1, DEC 16, 1828 -His Maiesty, we are happy Jo state, has greatly mipioved in personal appearance, and continues m excellent health. The inhabitants of Windsor had a Publir DmÀei in commeinoriition of His Majesty coming to rcsiuc at the Castle-the Ghuich bells mug aud a brilliant illuiuiii ition took place Various lamps aud nppiopriatc de v^ce,s weie displajid and. archways erected across the slieets lTp\vaids of U) )Q ticket» weie given to the poorer classes to obtain beef, bie^d, and bu i on the occasion, by sutiscrip lion íaised union^ the inhabitants Mr Un ou HoriocK nnd Mr Baron VAUGHAN both declined accepting the hte vaeint scat m '('ic Court of King's Bench -ilfoi mliq Hei aid Wedntsdiy mm nmg, the Hoiiouiable Mi Justice J \MES 1'AKkF too'v the usual oaths ofsupiemacyand allegiance bofoie the Loid Chancellor, ni lus pi mite room, and afteiwards ns (.ended the Bench of this Court, preceded by the othei Judges who immcdiitbly bowed to the newly treated Jud...

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TIXES PAST COLONIAI TIMES HOBART TOWN: MAY 22, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

. HOBART TOWN: MAY 22, 1829. Let it be impressed «pon your minds, leOit he instilled into your children, Unit the I.ibeity of the Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junios. Sirice our last we have received letters and papers from England, by, the Orelia, Captain HUDSON, to the first day of the present year. We are most happy to announce the recovery of 'our Most Gracious Monarch from his late severe indisposition, so tiiuch so as to be able to preside at a ball and supper at Wiudsor Castle, (lo which plaee the King had gone to reside' a few days previous), with that grace, elegance, and hospitality so peculiarly his own. i His subjects feel as become them, the happiness to live under the most enlightened and most accomplished Monarch in the world ; wielding the Military power of Great-Britain, with the civil sword of the first Magistrate of a Fiee People with judg .nieiv> and mercy. He has no need of espionage to suppoit his Throne ; founde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

¿¿ata* bpnmtim!; BY MR. D. M'KAY, - At the Derwent Auction Mart, on Monday next, the 25th Instant, at 1 o'Clock precisely, A General Assoitment of Nails, Felt Hat?, Childrens1 Beaver Bonnqts, Calicoes, Bed Quilts ; a collection of Books,,a quantity of useful 'Household Furniture, Silver Watches ; 5 Boxes, and a Travelling Trunk, containing Wearing Ap- parel and various other Articles, undci a Distiaint for Bfiit, unless the same he previously ¡>ettled. TERMS.-PI ornpt Payment. BY MR. D. WRAY, On Tuesday next, the 26th Instant, at Î2 o'Clock precisely, at Mr. JOHN MARTIN'S Public-house, m Elizabeth Town, New Noifolk, THÍRTY Head of Horned Cattle, consisting of Cows and Calves, Heifers forward in Calf, and 2 Pair of Steers^ under a Distraint for Rent, unless the same be pre viopsly. satisfied. TERMS.-*-Prompt Payment. BY MR. D. M<KAY, Ou the Premises, on Thursday next, the 28th In- stant, at 12 o'clock precisely, positively without Reserve, A Substantial BRICK COTTAGE, c...

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New Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

New Legislative Council.     The New Act of Parliament, Sec. 20, for the Administra- tion of these Colonies, expressly mentions that His Majesty shall, under his Sign Manual, constitute and appoint a Legis- lative Council, consisting of not less than ten, nor more than fifteen persons, resident in the Colony. Now it is quite clear, from the wording, of this clause, that the nomination of the Counoil must take place in England; and that it was never the   intention of the British Government to send blank warrants for the purpose of being filled up (as stated by a well-informed contemporary) by the Governors of each Colony, respectively. We are borne out in this view by intelligence just arrived from England, and which has been communicated to us from most respectable sources, and by some of our oldest and most valuable friends. Notwithstanding that the above Act has reached the Colony some months since (and which has not yet been publicly procla...

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The Black Natives. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 May 1829

The Black Natives.   We regret very much to learn that the Black Natives have   lately made their appearance at Prosser's Plains. We have   not heard of their having committed any depredations for some months past, owing chiefly to their having, as is usual in the winter season, gone to the sea coast. It is evident that persons in distant and unfrequented parts should be at all times prepared, and not place too much confidence in their own security during the winter months, under the notion that those people will not quit the coast. It appears that some straggling parties of them do leave the coast in quest of   plunder, such as flour, bedding, &c. This party, we hear, were remarkably determined. It is said they would have certainly killed Mr. JAMES OLDING, had he offered any resistance to them. As it was, he had a narrow escape ; they plundered two huts ; three stock-keepers were missing, and a poor woman in one of the hut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

*gs& }$ê*r settlement Satan mitow F FoirvtlïeJa ^TJ^Sfo/oRELLA, A. 1,400 Tons, L Captain HjmSoN. This fine first-class Ship will, ^ofi Lerl,etu*ffiBfi»0l^|yWey, take in Stock and Passengers, cabin and steerage, for the above important Settlement- jähe is sK feet high between Decks, and possessesi1 very superior -accommodation."Sheep-peíis and ..Stalls^ for Cattle will be provided by the Ship. K Early application, is lequested to be t i/be*ade, as there are numerous cuqutrieWUeady on the sub i ' ¿ject.-For particulars apply, to Captaiu.Hu.DSON, on board ; or to ,. . . - KuMP & Co. Agents. iHobart Town, May 26, 1829.___ For London Direct. ?á&ffh THE remarkable fasttsailing Barque ,JftSt SWIFTSURE, (hoitlien per Register ,837, Toits,, 'THOMAS JoHNSTOfcEj" Commanclor; will he ready to receive Goods on her i et am from Sidney, early in June.-Ifor Freight , >or Passage, having superior Accommodations, apply to tjie Undersigned, who will make advances upon Wool o...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

Vessels expected from? Englanä.___ u ,,,. .. .:. ^IfUhAfe/fhandlse'anil Passengers. " ' ' ,| , Trichanl &,John, 100, Watson, i Jane, 2*1, Elswoithy. Vilielia, 301), Stevenson.' ' s Peiei Pi'oclor,-. Lion, 270, M'Leod. > ', ' > i Deveion,-, Jnlin Wilson. Adams,-,Vr.uicklin. J Maiy Ann, 280, Hathaway. Isibellu,-, Bucket. * Resource. 25», Smith. Tersa Mary, -,' Hartley. V'iince Regent, 400, Mallaid. ' Persia, ---. > Columbine, Î70, Turt. ' Hunter,--. . " Ï Saucy Jack, Ï09, Kent. }) Lady of the Lake, -, Smith, j Peter Proctor, 500, Terry. John,-, Nickolls. Ï Ad mi i al Cockbutn,-, Henley 'Enterprise;-, Watson. J Calista, 220, Hawkins. t ' Johnson^ -?. ' i .' ' , -i , WXh PrUoners. ' Sophia,-, Ellery, male. . Lady East,-, Walker, female, Yicto,iia, vip5,'Simtli, duto. * PiiiicessRoyal.lOS, Sheiwood.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

NEWS. SKIP MAY 20-Al rived the bark A'i. Gcoigc, 310 tons, Captain Geoigc Findlaj, I rom London Jan. 10th, w itii a geneml ringo eil goods.-P«ssuîgeis,{ Mr- Altred Luttrell, Mi. Richard- son, and Mi. Hunt. i Mi\ 28.-Ai livid the liirg foina, Capt. Buck, from S>dnc> 30th Mnv, wjj.li a caigo consisting ot 572 bags ot sugai, 100 lull clicSts'aiía 100 boxes, of tea, 1 ca^p silks, 4 bales colton f wick, W. US. On ; 1 box allspice, 226 packages tea, 2 baskets shoea, 2 tinto hats mut cups, 4 trunks dollies, 6 ditto silk, 8 ditto nankeens 23 packings speim candle«, W. Wilson ¿ml J. Bell , 21 liqgsliinds pqiUi, 1"! boxes oranges, 10 kegs tobacc^i, C. M'Lachlau ; 'iii kinnimo skins, VV. M. On , Ö buri els pitch, 10 ditto t.u, >1 dilto s.'lt peile, H c.-fsks oinngcs, 1 ditto essential oil, 1 diuo'biilet almonds, 2 b.igs punciito, 1 box ol cie.nn of tuit.u, I ditto allspice to oroci, 20bales and packages ol linens, woollens, cottons, hoaici>, &c. DIIWPS and Hewitt - Passengc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

£al¿* ÍMíJÍurttotn , BY MR/J. T. COLLICOTT, At bis Mart, in Mürray-street, on Saturday next (To-morrow), the 3Qth Instant, at 12 o'clock pre< iscly, and positively without Reserve, THIRTY-FIVE Head of Cattle, consisting of Milch Cows, and Steers immediately fit for the Yoke or Knife. These Cattle are well worthy the notice of Purchasers, the original Stock having been selected from some of the highest improved Sydney Herds. TEKMS OF SALE.--TWO Months' Credit on ap- proved Bills, to the amount of £10 ; to the amount of £20 three Months ; and four Months' Credit to Purchasers to the amount of £40. """ BY MR. D.M'KAY,, At the Dei went Auction Mart, on Monday next, the 1st June, at 1 o'clock precisely, A BOUT 1000 lbs. of Nails,-assorted;Knives J\. and Forks, a quantity of Cooperage, Pelt Hats, Calicoes, Worsted Shawls, 2 Quadrants, sevtral Charts and Maps, a small collection of Books, Twine, Bed Quilts, Silk Handkerchiefs, Nankeen and Drill Trowsers, Silver Watches, and vari...

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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

' Wool. ',-Wé lust week noticed at'great length tlie benéfit'that must 'Krise-to this Colony from extending1 ourbreed 'of fine' fleeced1 .; wool, so valuable anTorticle of export to the Mother Cobhtry,. By. the quotation we made from t he : London. Courier,» the week before last, it appears the French are taking all the English coarse wool.they can get,; which takes oil"what to them is useless,' being too coarse for the (ine'British fabric; Wé how lind..tbiitj ÄL-. 'BEVERIDGE, oi'i Launceston; advertises for 25,000 lbs. of coarse wool, no doubt.-for exportation,-which In the preseiit-liniited slate of the Colony for jabour, is.more be- neficial than converting it into coarse cloth, at a loss of 200 per ceut., while the capital und the labour so wasted ought to be expended on improving the'-face of 'the Colony. -?'.. ' We understand that the/Messrs;,GELLIBRAND hayejshipped 200 bales of wool this season, assorted and cleaned, for Lou- don, winch 'we' have «Ó doubt will raise-the chara...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

( Original Correspondence I MR. EDITOR,-You win oblige me by giving publicity to the following .-Having missed some of my cattle lately.from niyirun, I was a,ipi ehensive how to account for them, but on enquiry found Ifiey lind been driven away and taken lo the pound, but had with a lot moie broken out from dmance vile the dny before they were to be consigned lo tlie liainm< r, and I don't hesitate in saving by those hirelings who are always on the prey, and lurking about to make a, livelihood by nothing else (Ä honest way of getting a living, Mr. Editor !) The other day by chance as I may cull it, I fell in with some of them, not having been branded (luckily fin them) although those who took them aie branded worse ; at all events, Mr. Editor, I di ove them home, and believe me I should have liked nothing better for the ends of justice than to have seen whether Mr-Lazurus, or indeed any of the pound-kecpeis, vvould have dal ed to have taken them from me, although :Ky had ...

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"Editorial Comforts." [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

' ", Editorial Comforts." < l !. 1 i ^^ I in truth, my dear Partner, 'tis placed be\ond doubt, And each week serves inoie duri} to maik thef ict out, That our Ineuds and subscribers aie wa\iug so few, The state of aliairs as al prisent wou t do We can't give the Publio so much for then mone}, * The cost is sojgreat, 'tis from thorns plucking boner. rOtilv look it tlie Conner-though with paragnphs jboit, And well garnish d with " lut,' it yet gaias good icport, And then " d-n the Times, ' Loidlorgiveme for swearing, Its signal success is much past ill bearing Your \\ riling? were once in most wondrous repute, But the re now, namby pamby, anti thus only suit Old women and children, who do not know better , But pray understand, I'll not set up a letter, If you do not curtail your long-wiuded stud, Of which botli the Public and I've hid enough. ' ' I well may be vev'd, faith . I almost could rive , i To think I'm so hook'd m i complete " galley" slave. But iu future no moie y...

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Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

Swan River.             Much anxiety prevails in London with respect to the fate of the above intended new Settlement, on the coast of New Holland, both French and English colonising expeditions having sailed for that place. The first, either English or     French, which arrives, will most probably keep possession, as it is hardly possible that two friendly powers would come to blows about such a distant, though important and unihabitated part of the globe. We hear by letters from England,   that one English Gentleman or Nobleman has sent one hun dred Germans there. This settlement is highly spoken of in London, and looked to with considerable interest as the most promising part of New Holland. At all events, Van Die men's Land may fairly look to supplying it with provisions, wheat, live stock, &c. for some years to come, and the voyage is considered but a mon...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: MAY 29, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 May 1829

HOBART TOWN : MA*; 29, 1829. Let it bçimpie^cel uponyourHimds,lct~it be instilled intojour children, that the LiUiij i,t the Puss is the Palladium ol all joui Civil, Political, md lUligioiii Itißhis. Junlus "By the arrival of the Suint Gunge, Captain Findlay, we are erabled to icy before oui Reader* the lutest Biitisli intel ligfîice which has reached the Colony, to the 15th January ' last. ' His MAJLSTY continued te enjoy good health, aud to retain his deseived aná-^jcigned popularity among all CIILSSPS * of his subjects. It is quite commonin London to have the Jíiiig'sjiealth diank iu,eveiy place of public rcsoit, even the \, most humble, by which the unanimous feeling of the IJiitlsh .> 'People is'clearly and unostf ntacinusly evpr^sse'd in favor of "' their merciful.Monarch and patriot,Kinç." " Great prep ai at ions wert* making., t\ command of HISMA JtSLY, for the reception iiud'jyilertainment at Windsor Ciu> ( tie of a large party of the NoTJÎIity, without any political ...

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A New Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

A New Sank. We have already noticed that Mr. DUNN intended to es- tablish a Private Bank, at the late Tasmanian Bank Office. We we now enabled to «tate, that he intends to accommodate the Public generally with discount* at the rate of 10 per oent-. Bank interest, which we truat will have the immediate effect of palting dow« the practise of Usury, which has beenioin jurious to the Colony. iTh« system of charging from 25« to 30 per ceat. every one most have felt, to be one of the1 causes of the scarcity of money!, and 'the want of accommodation in mhn«¡y,' and the' general depression felt in the Colony. We wish that many other Genätmen, and especially the/'rumer ons Coï«ijm«nt- Offioers, who have amassed fortunas in, a simitar way, w;oUloVfoJlovy tberexample of Mr. Butji,-|,a. invest their capital in some undertaking of general* benefit if the Colony. ( ..There is a fiue field open to them j and.itii oui reasonable, that jtho.se who have" acquired large ¡V.ioptmJ here, should spend it...

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Enigma. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

~"^t^"-" Enigma. ' 'Tw»s wliispei'd in Heaven, and muttered m Hell, Anil echo caught softly tile sounds ils the\ fell ; M lu the1 confine« of earth 'twas permitted to test, And the depthsot the ocean nspiesenec eonfess'd. It »as seen in the lighlninK .anil heard in the thunder, 'Twill he lound in (he spheies, when all's riven asunder, li wau given toman, willi Ins eui lies! breath ; It assists at his hnth, and attttnds at his death, Viesides o'er his happtn".«, honour, and health, Is the piopot lu» IIOUJP «¡id support ol his wealth, It attends every hope-every wish it must hound ,' And Idough iiii.issunnnff, with Monarchs is crown'd. In the heaps ot the nnjer ' ,s boarded with cate, But is sure to be lost by his prodigal hen. Without it the soldi"! and sailor may roam, But woe tu the wretch who expels ic from home. In the wlnspeis of conscience its voice may be found, Nor e'er in the whirlpool ot passion be drown'd. It softens the heart, and tho' deaf to the ehr, It will make it acu...

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