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ON EDUCATION (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

On Education (Continued.) Having, in our last, offered some hints on what appeared to us the mede of instruction best suited te the labouring class, we now proceed to submit to the consideration of our Readers a few obaer I vation» on the higher branch of our sub- ject-the education of those stho are to move in the upper circles of life. Although the essential qualification» of a Gentleman, or of a citizen of the world, may, in all nations and countries, be con« sidered the same, it will not be denied i that the education of him, who is destined to spend the best .part of hit life in a young Colony like this, ought to embrace many points which might not be called into being, nor once required by those bom aeior te emerge from the lap of European luxury." Tilla, therefore, is a distinction not to be lost sight of in the education of those who me to be .the directing and distinguishing people of the next age. Oiher Colonies muy sneer at oar infant stale, and our apparently con- fined ...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 5th TO 12th FEBRUARY 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM Olli TO 12th february 1826. Thermometer from | to Barometer] from I to Wind. 68 70 71 75 60 68 70 79 83 86 83 91 93 91 29.4 29.2 29.4 »29-4 29 2 29.3 29.4 .29.31 N. li. 29.6 N. W. 39.5 N. 29.4 S. W. 29 4 S. E. 29.3 S. 29.5 S. W. Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clsar (Clear The want of a Vv*eekly Market begins to be generally felt in Hobart Town. Government.-appears to have long been desirous to establish something of this kind. So long ago as Januaty, IS20, a .pace was allotted, and a Market-house built at the back of Davey-stieet, but the produce of the farmers was at that time so unequal to the demand, that the ready sale which every article was sure to meet with obviated the necessity of such an establish- ment. Government, however, seems to have held out every encouragement ; and from a Public Notice again in January, 1823, we find that the stalls in the Mar. ket-house were fitted up, and persons who would bring a regular supply were to have a stall, re...

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LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

LAUNCESTON. The Committee appointed to ascertain the amount of Pilotage and Harbour Dues, at Port Dalrymple, have recommended the following   rates, of which His Excellency the   LIEUTENANT Governor has been pleased to approve:-   Vessels proceeding above Whirlpool Reach are to pay 6s. 6d. sterling for every foot draught of water; over six inches is to be deemed one foot. No charge will be made for any draught of water under half a foot. All vessels under seven feet draught shall pay for seven feet; and vessels remaining below   Whirlpool Reach shall pay 4s. 4d. sterling for each foot. The Harbour Dues are to be, for each   remove of a ship or vessel under 200 tons, 15s; for 200 and under 300 tons, 20s; for 300 and under 400, £1 10s; for 400 and under 500, £2; and for 500 tons, and upwards,     £2 10s. sterling. Every vessel entering the Harbour will he   charged with two removes, whether remo...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 17, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 17, 1826.   THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom   and Tickets of Leave, during the last Week : CERTIFICATES. James Medcalf ... Atlas James Colley ... Price of Orange   TICKETS OF LEAVE Andrew Callander (Restored) Hobart Town ... Maria           James Boyce (Restored) Hobart Town ... Marquis of Wellington. John Montagu, Secretary.   General Post Office, Feb. l8, 1826. THE MAIL for ENGLAND, per Ship ANDROMEDA, Captain MUDDLE, will be CLOSED THIS EVENING, at Eight o'Clock precisely. J. T. COLLICOTT, Postmaster.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

GAZETTE OFFICE.—Such of the Subscribers to this Gazette as have     not yet found it Convenient to Settle their Half yearly Accounts, ending 31st Decem-   ber, 1825, are respectfully reminded that the same will be thankfully received at this Office; or, by Mr. Richard White, at Launceston, who is appointed Agent for this Paper on the side of the Island. Hobart Town, Feb. 18, 1826. SCHULTZE & CO.'S STORE. ON SALE, at the Stores of F. Schultze and Co. tn Elizabeth-street, the under-mentioned GOODS, being in addi- tion to their usual extensive and well assorted Stock, which will be disposed of on the lowest Terms, for Cash or Colonial Produce:—Gentlemen and youth's Wel- lington and Blucher boots and shoes;   black and drab beaver hats; striped and   fine cotton shirts; real Welch and other flannels; ladies' imitation and tortoise- shell combs; a beautiful assortment of ribbons; watch glasses; parchment of very sup...

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REVIEW OF THE "COLONIAL TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

REVIEW OF THE "COLONIAL TIMES.'*   Under the head of New South Wales,   in its last page, the Colonial Times of last week has some interesting literary gems, part of which we beg to display for the entertainment of our Readers:-   "The great point is gained - the object we have all along perfectly understood. We now have a regiment here." Most sage necromancer ! You have all along understood that an accession to our Mili- tary force was wanted to aid and assist the Civil Power in putting down bushranging, in quelling outrages, and in protecting the settler; and you endeavoured in your co-   lumns, and still endeavour, and are to do   so again "in due time," to deprive us of   such protection. Again- "General Darling received the address as he ought : we shall soon see how a similar address co Colonel Arthur is acknowledged." We had no doubt but   General Darling would receive, as he ought, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. CONTRACTS-Quarter commencing 25th December, and ending 24th March, 1826, viz:- FRESH MEAT. at per lb. Hobart Town. Mrs. J. Burns .... 36,000 3d.     J. Triffitt, sen. ...... 24,000 3d. William Lyttleton .. 18,000 3 1/3d. Colonial Hospital, Gaol, and   Factory. John Mortimer ........ 3 1/2d. Lemon Springs. J. Presnell ...... 3 3/4/ d. Bagdad and Brighton. T. Kearney ....... 4d. Glenarchy.   J. Austin ........... 4d.   Sorell.     W. Redpath ...... 3 1/2 d. Richmond.   David Lord ............ 4 1/2d. New Norfolk. S: Heywood ....... . 4d. BREAD. Colonial Hospital, Gaol, and * Factory, [ J. Dean ... 5|d. VEGETABLES. Hospital and Gaol P. Ayton (ft pot-herbs gratis) 1 ¿d. MILK. Hospital J. S tracey . 6d. grf. A. Moooifi, A. C.G. FRESH MEAT, /.awnccíío«. T. C. Simpson .... 6,000 3d. lb. J. Solomon ..*.ô,ûi?0 do. WM'ield.G8,000 3^d. j George Tonn* A. Barclay.*... ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town' February 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

Secreiary*s Office, Hobart Town* february $2, 18'¿fr nPHE undértwtnionecl Persons .havt *** .obtained Ceuifioaies ol' Fíceóow during iii© lagt Wtek :.*-<? . CKHT1F1CATK&. Robert Smith ...... Medway (t) ( James Kobcrts ...... Fanny ! i . oi", - 'fried at flobar( ,ohnE,dcr . Town, 1825. John Montagu, Sroreiarvj

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

To the Editor of the Hobart Tonn Gaxette. S'jR.-It ¡s gratifying to see you devoting part of your columns for the purpose of disseminating useful hints to agriculturists and otheis who are engaged in converting to profitable purposes the natural products of .our soil, and'exerting your labours to excite an interest in the instruction of the rising generation of all classes, while the other Press assiduously exerts ila feeble "powers lo set the people against the Go- vernment in the vain hope of recalling those days of patriotic influence when the industrious cultivator of the soil toiled in vain to rescue his farm from the grasp of 'a stern creditor, and to save his person .from Hobart Town gaol. But do not .waste your columns in refuting the prin .ciplea of the Colonial Times. We all .¿uow its views, and can feel for those who, 'not secure enough to laugh al its impotent attempts, tremble to see that such men cîare to insult our lawful Rnler and Pro- tector with impunity. But thank...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

HOUSE TO LET. TO BE LET, a Two-storey subtantially Brick built DWELLING-HOUSE, situated in ,Melville-street, consisting of four good-sized Apartments and four smaller ditto, with half'?sunk Kitchen and, Stable, Outhouses, and two moderately siztd Gardens attached. For Particular«, apply nt the Gazette Office. fyJZÉTTE~~OFFICE.~-Such of the *jr y^ubscribers to this Gazette, as have not yet found it Convenient io bettie their J J alf-yearly Accounts, ending 3\st Decem fier, 1825, are..respectful I y reminded that the.same'will be -thankfully received al this Office; ol', by Mr, Richard \yhits,.ai Launceston, who. is appointed J gent for this Paper on that Side of .the Inland. Hobart Town, Feb. l8, 1826. '^..See SUPPLEMENT. HOBART TOWN: - PRINTED BY GpOKGE TÎîRttY^Iip^lçî,^ Government Printer» i

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

SAI URDAi',FEBRUA!tY2.V I «ai. Assize of liread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds-5d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week* A. Moodie, Enquire. To corrbspdndents. We think " Observer," on the weevil in uhea', and regret that his Communi- cation-caine too late foi insertion (his "UM k. The A-riva! Extraordinary at Sandv Ray, <-om<nnnicaieri by " Accoucheur," linv- ille been anticipated b\ the Public, does not require any notice from us The " Stiictnres" are too severe. '. Ferdinand and the Gascons" are post- poned.

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agricultural observations. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

agricultural observations. Our Country Readers will pardon our remarking the great advantage,to be de- rived from economy in every kind of straw and fodder. We are induced to mention this from observing several fields of corn reaped with a large and.very un. ¡ profitable stubble. Much useful pro- j vender is thus left a prey to the'weather ' and the winds. In cases where the field , is immediately to be ploughed, the loss may nofcbe so serious; ..but :had that quantity of straw-been reserved to com- fortand-.domesticate.the^cattle on sheep in the cold and wet season, it,w,ould,have i been returned to the field- with ten-fold , advantage. Attention,to manure is a pri- mary object with all good farmers. We , are unwilling to obtrude.needless or trifling remarks ; but when we see, after a heavy ihowcr, no effort, made.round the hpme ?stcads of the farms to collect the .various refuse-^when'sheep and cattle are bedded on the barren hills,-y/hen even in Towri,' | loads from the Slaughter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

»i ?[.?.ni,. Hnni! ,i | i|,in'nii,i[i in j'/i'i ii ÇO&lMl&}AM \ r D&PAKl Al-bN r . ?ONTRAC'lH3.-^)aaner commencing 2$th December, and ending £4tb Maieli, Jtí26, viji: FRESfl MEAT. at per lb Hobart Town ¡Mrs. J. .liurns . ...36/>90 £d. J. Tnffi«t,,sen..-.^. g^OQÛ Sd William Lyn le ion .. J^OOO £¿d. Í Colonial lïoapiktt, Gaol, and \ John M irt.mer ,....... . #¿d. Lemon Springs. ,J. ,Pruaiell ..?.»..*..>.,... 3$d, j ¡Bagdad aud Lit igiUuH. » T. Kearney ............ 4d. ' -Glenarchy* J. Au»uti ...».... ..... 4d. 'W.Meduath . 5|d. ' Richmond, j 'J)avui Lind ,..*.......,... ,4id. >' ""S. i,Ji;j)vyu,ud ...,.,.. .*...... 4$J* iBItEAiD. 'ûdonîal fhspitdt, iïttol, ànjl .J'ai )o> //, ' J. Deau ,. ®¿d. .V.ßU,J£T4ftM3. tíotpitaLcmd Gaol ^..Aytwi (¿çpoir her//s gratis,) 4<Jd. »MILK. Hôpital Ù.Sumey .*...»...»..... <6d. yi ?A. 'M oo di fi» A. 'C.'Lî. FRESH MEAT. %,aujtcestoii. ?T. C. Simpso.n ...«. ß,OOß :3d. r£ô , J. .Salomon . ."....««..f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

ADVERTISEMENTS. General Post Office, Feb. 25, 1826. A MAIL for Calcutta will be forwarded to Sydney by the earliest Conveyance,   for transmission from that Port, per Ship Toward Castle, Captain Jeffery, and for Madras per Brig John, Captain Griffin. J.T. Collicott, Postmaster.   WATERLOO STORE, ELIZABETH-STREET. MR. JOHN P. DEANE respectfully begs to inform his Friends, it being   his intention to proceed to Sydney, the following GOODS will be disposed of at the following Prices, being at least 30 per Cent. under the general Retail Prices, viz;—Calico for linings, 6d. per yard;     calico for sheeting, 1¼ yards, 1s. 3d. ditto; calico shirting, 1s. 6d. ditto; lenoes, 6d. 9d. & 1s. ditto; lenoes figured, 1s. ditto; jaconet muslin, 1½ yards, 3s. 6d. ditto; muslin shawls, 2s. each; figured muslin,   1s. a yard; dimity, 1½ yards, 4s; worked   dresses, 15s. and upwards; white marcella for w...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.   Feb. 21.-The brig Prince Leopold,   Captain Harrison, with 24 prisoners and timber from Maria Island.   The Governor Arthur has arrived at Launceston from Sydney with merchan- dise. Passengers-Mr & Miss Reibey. Tlie brig Venus has also arrived at that   Port, expressly, as we understand, for the purchase of wheat, but limited to 6s. 6d. a bushel.   SAILED, Feb. 21. - The brig John, Captain Griffin, 249 tons, for Sydney, with 10 pipes Cape wine, 2200 empty bags, 12 barrels cider, and 48 casks butter. Pas- sengers, besides those mentioned in our last, John Begley, John Cothay, James                 Burgoyne. A detachment of the 57th Regiment goes up commanded by Capt.   Hartley. She takes up 680 sheep. Feb. 22 - The schooner Darling, Capt.   Dowsett, 57 tons, with ...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER[?] FROM 12th TO 19th FEBRUARY 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

«... ' ' STATE OF THE WEATHERj FROM I2'h TO.l9tl.l FEBKUARY J82Ö / hcrinoiiifierl Barometer frniii J l<» I frumj to Wind. C7 70 71 71 7"> «8 ?9 03 85 80 104 96 90 87 '29.4 29.4 29 5 29.4 29 4.N W. 29 51 N. 29 5j S. 29.4 S. E. 29 & ,29 5 N. 29 6 29 4¡ N. W. (Cl«ar 29 4 29 5 N. E. C On I We' have this week the satisfaction to present our Readers vi'ith a Supplement, containing'a view of the Revenue of this Colony lor the year 1825. and Buch a nor tion of the Expenditure for the same period as our present imperfect materials, joined to' unremitting diligence, w<>uld allow. We regret that the Other Près« has shewn eo unaccommodating a spirit to assist us on such occasions. The Public might have'supposed, irom the anxiety expressed in the Colonial Times for the publication of this document,-that every facility to accelerate its appearance would have been gladly afforded. Such how- ever is not the case, and theie let it rest. The annual publication -of-...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 February 1826

"*T GOVERNMENT ORDER                   ^ Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 20, 1826. HIS EXCELLENCY the LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct the following. STATEMENT of the   COLÓNÍAL FUND, for the Year ending 31st December, 1825, to be published for general Information:- ( No. 1) .<. ?; Ji 'n- ¡"i '.,-..? By His Excellency's Command, ,ir;i.-.u:..." !'.'? .Tib ri fi'! o ii -Vin"!' >'V:s' ?! ;:I^No;.V)-;^ ABSTRACT of the PRODUCE of the REVENUE of VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, for the Year ending 31st December, 18 1825 distinguishing the Quarters of the Import Receipts:-     -(: M HOBART TOWN,; Goods beating an ad valorem Duty, Tobacco, .»>.-.... Spirits, .*.... .Wharfage» ....». Port Charges, Fees, ...... Quarter ending 31st March;.,¿ ¿964 2 11   694 1 0 3866 19 4 ' 223 ,8 4 ' 47' 2 5 37 19 0 5...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 March 1826

! To the Editor rflhe Hobart Tom Gitterte., . SIR.-When I la«! addressed yon, ii was willi a view to benefit the agricnltu »ista of ibis f&'and. The-r produce must t"pa«s throti'ih ihe hands of the merchant, 'und the safe of which, if injured, is but partially feb,* whilst a lasting evil is fixed on, i bp settler- For the joint interests ol' both f wrote my lavt letter, not only" toi point out the nece-rarv caution as regards the shipment, but in the hope of bringing, , under notice the danger of introducing an insect, which mnv intimo become so habi- tuated io ibis climate as not die through the whiier. I perceive bv vour Paper of I&ih Febiuary, it is stated that the weevil had been introduced into the wheat in question bvts shipment in a ve»sel having had previously a cargo of rice. Howso pvpf introduced it did a great misr h.ef. When the wheat was ground it did not produce so white a flour as had been expected, and it was hence infeired that * he weevil had made a...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 19th TO 26th FEBRUARY 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 March 1826

. STATE OF THE WEATHER, rFROM I9^ll TO 2Ö!ll FEBRUARY I82G. Thermometer from lo Barometer] from| io Wind. Result &2 05 67 69 69 70 07 75 81 79 81 90 91 89 29 4 .29.Ö 29 6 295 29 0 295 29.4 '29 5. N. E. 29 7.N. W. 2i) 5 N. 29.0 E. 29 0 E.SE. 29.51 S. «i. 29.5.S.S.W Fine Clear ' Cloudy Rain Clear Clear {Cl-ar

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, March 3, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 March 1826

GOVEKNMKNT NOTICE?' Secretary's Office, Hobuit Town, . March.3, 1846. ¥ IM Consequence of the Recommendation ? »>f ibc Venerable the AIÎCHDÇACON, The LIEUTENANT GOVIÍRNOR has been pleaded to approve of the Reverend RO- BERT KNOPWOOD performing the Cleri- cal Duties in the District of Clarence Plains \iy His 'Excellency's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, .Secretary.

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