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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

Colonial Times HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1826. doubt this is a very convenient docti me to be held forth by the Goveinment Officers. But what says the Public? Will the people of this Island like to hear, that the only vehi- cle, for the expiession of the public opinion, is to be suppressed, because one writer is found unequal to the arduous duties he had undertaken I ^ It is very easy for Mr. HONL fojcoolly^tal&of this; but does he suppose, ^th|l^h~ereys jsjfe man io the Island (out of ^M^rcAere>é'áDf4thé;Government circle) âSKKk^f^^^ith^hiin .?." Setting The acting Attorney-General HONE, in his a address to thf Jury on Mr. BENT'S ldte trial, u seemed to consider that Mi. BENT would " have acted wisely, if he had suppressed this v< Journal when he discovered the dangerous tendency of Mr. Thomas's writings. No |f¡r e. o! o ti al fr F w E ti ti o w g ¿ration of M r. BFNT'S pi i vate MfK-a-lafge and increasing 'Journal'alone as tlif. " '" 'il.'paient . . si1?* ^...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Launceston News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

Launceston News. On Thursday last, the cutter Governor   Arthur, the property of J. H. REIBY, Esq. and laden on his account, arrived at Launceston from Sydney, bringing the Sydney Journals and Letters to the 18th April. We are sorry to learn that the late heavy gales have been severely felt on the coast of New South Wales. The brig Australia, from Singapore, bound to Sydney, with a cargo for Messrs. ASPINALL & Co. was lost near Newcastle, nearly at the same spot where the Nereid shared a similar fate. At the time of the shipwreck, the crew were reduced by deaths during the voyage to three persons in all, whose lives were fortunately saved. - The Government new cutter Mars, a most beautiful vessel, has been also wrecked a little farther on the coast near Port Stephens.- The John was to sail for Hobart Town on the 20th. The pure Merino Bank is nearly established. Mr. John McArthur, President; Mr. McVitie,   (J. P.) Cashier; Messrs. J. McKenzie and T. ...

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The late Bushrangers.&c. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

The Late Bushrangers.      on saturday last, the twelve following   criminals received sentence of death, matthew brady, patrick bryant, james goodwin,   james mckenny, john gregory, william   tilley, william brown and samuel Hodgetts,   the above eight composed the residue   of the gang of bushrangers, of which dunne only remains at large. thomas jeffries, john perry and james hopkins, whose horrid crimes are fresh in the recollection of the public, and john thompson, for the murder of margaret smith in the watchhouse. His Honor Chief Justice PEDDER addressed the unhappy men in the most feeling manner. He stated to them, that the Law had award- ed the punishment of death to the crimes of the least magnitude amongst them. Those of the greatest were attended with circum- stances of such atrocity, that he should only shock the feelings of the auditory by repeat- ing them. His Honor addressed this to Jef- fri...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

English Extracts. The restoration of the four £1000 Bank of England notes, as to which Mr. Palin was lately tried, has been effected in consequence of a chain of circumstances having been de- veloped, which implicated several individuals standing very erect on the Exchange. They were all returned to the owner, and all his expences have been paid. Actions have been brought by several ship-     owners against Lord Cochrane, to recover the value of the prizes taken by him while in the Chilian and Brazilian service. It is sup-   posed that his Lordship will have to refund very large sums. In one of the actions, at the suit of a Mr. Soumes, a long argument took place in the Court of King's Benth on the 2bth of November, whether Lord Coch- rane could plead in a British Couit, that his acts were done as Commander-in-Chief of a Sovereign Stale not recognized by theBiitish Government. The plea was admitted. By an Older in Council, inserted lin the Gazet...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

Goverment Regulations Secretary's Office, April 22, 1826. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to make the following tempo- rary Appointments : 'JOHN MONTAGU, Esq. to act as Clerk of   the Executive and Legislative Councils ; W. H. HAMILTON, Esq. to act as Colonial Secre- tary ; CHARLES ARTHUR, Esq. to act as Pri- vate Secretary, vice JOHN MONTAGU, resign- ed; and MALCOLM LAING SMITH, Esq. to act as Barrack Master. The undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates of Freedom and a Ticket of Leave : CERTIFICATES.-William Cook, George Gwatkins, Henry Lee, Thomas Williams, Thomas Crawley, James Lloyd, John Wil- liams, George Moore, William Hulton, Wil- liam Stopforth, Thomas Brown, Thomas Phil- lips, Thomas Sutton, James Fenton, James Oakey, James Twist, John Bankes, John Dawson, John Mason, James Murray, John Wilverston, Richard Roberts, Edward Burke,     Jane Turner, Mary Ann Davis, William Clay- pole, alias Slanyard, and James Taylor....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

Waterloo stores, ELIZABETH STREET. J.P. DEANE, respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that in addition     to the last week's Advertisement, he has just received a Case of superior Millinery, which he intends to dispose of on the most jcason. able Terms, at the following low Prices, for Cash or Wheat, viz.:-Childrens' Worked Free!: Bodies, 3s. each ; Babies' Woiked Caps, 3s. Gd. each ; Ladies' Night Caps, 3s, and upwards ; Childrens' Stays, 3s. Gd. each; Ladies' Vandydke^ Japan, and Sprigged Muslin Caps, 3s. to 10s. Gd. each ; Ladies' Blue Pelisse Cloth, 20s. pei yard ; and a va- riety of other Articles. "<* COOK hasjiibt receijicd by the latest . Arrivals, the under-mentioned GQüö>, which he is selling Wholesale and Retail, at his Stores in Elizabeth-street, for Cash or Wheat.-Hyson-skin tea, in chests or half chests, of superior quality ; superfine Dur- ham mustard, in ciUes of 4 dozen halt lb, bottles ; assorted pickles and sauces...

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ASSASSINATION OF THE EMPEROR ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 12 May 1826

------?---- m ASSASSINATION b< OF THE , j EMPEROR ALEXANDER. si < By the ship Sisters, the important intelli- gence has reached us of the death of the Em- peror of Russia. We are not in possession of the accurate particulars of this most im }>ortant event ; but, we understand, ,the fol owing is an outline of the circumstances to which it may be attributed:-It is- well known that forborne tinïe past, the Great Power* of Europe, foi ming (as they desig- nated themselves)the Holy Alliance-Russia, Austria, Prussia, France, and Spain, have be< n anxiously engaged in diplomatic com- munications. More thiyi one persona] inter view has been had between several of the Allied Monarchs. Although the subject matter was of course kept profoundly secret, yet it was geneially understood, that two great points were uudir consideration -the Independence of South America, and the itrugj>le of the Greeks to throw off the TuikishYoke.- I he Politics of the Russian...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 12 May 1826

SM)Mi SM Nrü«» Arrived on Friday last, the ship Doncauler, Captain J.F. Church, from London, with mer- chandize and 20 passengers. She left Eng- land the 27th Dec, and on her passage touched at St. Jasto, which she left the 27th Jan. On the 14th of ""the following month, spoke the Hon. East India. Company's ship General Kyd^ bound from China for London. -Passengers-for Hobart Town, M_r. and Mrs. G. Hobler and family ; Mr. J. H. Spain, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Lowe and family; for Sydney, Mrs. Church, Mr. R. Uther, Mr. T. Ferris and two sons, and Mr. G. D. Browne. On Monday the Sisters (whaler), Captain Duke, from England January 6,' bound to the New'Zealand sperm fishery, putinto port, to refresh. Yesterday the Sydney Packet, Captain Thompkins, with a general cargo, and two runaway prisoners. tailed on Wednesday, -the brig Dragon) Captain Forbes, for Port Dalrymple. _, Price of Bread-Ad. per Loaf. SiHi'iff Magistrate-J. Scott) Esq.

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 12 May 1826

0r*i mi& fVTiiHimca HOùART TOWN: .< FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1826. « A Code of Orders, ior the regulation of the different Public Departments, has been pub- lished in the Official Gazette. It is neaily a transcript of those published at Sydney,by General Dvrlimc Wherever the original has been departed from, the imitation is pio portionably deteriorated. Now, this is all Vi>ry well upon paper; but any man at all conversant with public business, well knows how much difference there is between theory and piact'ire« We can illustrate this system of Orders, by a familiar example well-known to those of our Military Readers, whose ser- j. vices hare extended to the face of the enemy, [ c< and who know any thing of Military opera- tions beyond pen and ink. We refer to the Peninsular war, where for the first time of late years, a British Army (to be so called, as compared with kthe great Continental ones) appeared in the held. It is a well-known tact, that those Regim...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 12 May 1826

Government Regulation*. Secretary's Office, April 28, 1826. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant Millar, 40th Regiment, to act as Ordnance Store- keeper, and to have Charge of the General Store of the Colony.   By His Excellency's Command, John Montagu, Secretary. Commissariat Contracts Commssiariat Office, May 4th, 1826. MARIA ISLAND.-Persons desirous of supplying this Settlement Weekly with   1500 to 2000 lbs. of FRESH MEAT, until the 24/th September next, are requested to trans mit Tenders, sealed and endorsed accordingly, on or before Tuesday, the 16th Instant. A. Moodie, A. C. G. Commissariat Office, May 5th, 1826. IktVSfV JVORFOLK.^Persuns desirous of v * supplying His Majesty's Store* at JVew norfolk with FLOUR, to the 24/A Sept. next, are lequesled to transmit Tenders, endorsed ac- cordingly, to this Office, on or befare Tuesday, the 16th Current. _.A. Mooptr, A. C. G. Commissariat Office, April 27lh, 1826. TTAY and STItAW....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 12 May 1826

nno SELL, three Houses in Hobart Town, .*. with good Titles and immediate Posses- sion, 50 per cent, below prime cost; one ditto to LET, situate on the Coal Uiver Road, four Miles from Kangaroo Point. This is a substantial free-stone Building, and yvill be fitted up in a very superior manner, contain- ing five rooms, a good cellar, and a large loft, 40 feet by 30 ; stabling, beds, and out- houses, and a secure yard ; a boiler and brick oven attached to the kitchen.-Thirty or foi ty acrei of cleared and enclosed land will be let with the house, twenty acres of which has been twice ploughed.-This situa- tion is well calculated for an Inn, and any imptoyetnents or couveniencies yvill be made to suit a respectable tenant, as none other- wise need apply.-Cor Paiticulars, enquire of Geo.Siokell, athisTimber Yard & Store, Macquarie-street ; wheie the best Price is given for good fat Pork Pigs, as a quantity is wanted. rino CONTRACTORS, BURCHERS, ano J. O rHEli*.-C. Glover, Tallow C...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

M*v .y$t\B*> Arrived yesterday from Epgland, the ship Pre viSence, Captain Beuchassaj ¦ wi th'|jl 6 fe- male prisoners, and several free women and cliii(dreriw^|:r::>--'',;,/ ' 'j'\: '" 'v\ ¦ ::V ' %¦ " "> "Same day, tfo brigA ta lanta, Captain John Leitch^ from Rio de Janeiro., the 4th Feb., with a general cargo of merchandize.?-Pas- senger, Mr. BarbPssa: brings no mail. Same day also arrived from Sydney the 3d inst., the brig John^ Captain Griffin, with sun- dries. She experienced very bad weather during the whole' of the passage.?Passen- gers, Mr. Jamieson, Mr. C. Wright, Mr. . Browne, arid Margaret Doyle. Sailed on Wednesday, the'¦Australian Com- pany's ship greenock, Captain John Miller, tor Port Jackson.,. Priceof Bread?Ad. per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate?PF. H. Hamilton, Esq.

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CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN MR. KEMP & MR.GELLIBRAND. Hobart Town, May 15,,1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN .     MR. KEMP and MR. GELLIBRAND. Hobart Town, May 15, ,1825.   Sir, - I have the honour to communicate to you, at the request ;of the principal Inha- bitants of this town and the neighbourhood, that it has been -determined upon as a testi- mony of the public approbation of your able, upright, impartial, and independent conduct, in the execution of the high Public Office to which His Majesty has been pleased to ap- point you, to request the honour of your com- pany at dinner, on the 29th of this month, at Stodart's Hotel.   I take this opportunity of adding the great satisfaction I have in having been selected by my fellow Colonists, as their organ of com- munication on the present occasion. I have the honour to be, Sir, your obedient humble servant, Anthony Fenn Kemp. To J. T. Gellibrand, Esq. His Majesty's Attorney-General Hobart Town, May 16, 1826.   Dear Sir, - I have the honour to acknow- l...

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[FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

.£from the australian.] After all the claims put in on behalf of the government of Van Diemen's Land for the sole and exclusive merit of suppressing bush- rangers, it turns out that the cream of the merit belongs, not to, the Heads of the Head Department. Mr. Humphrey, who seems by every body to be a most efficient Police Ma- gistrate, and who on this occasson has ex- emplified his character.1 as such, originated the scheme which proved successful in ap-, prehendiug the desperate and outrageous .banditti. He did not get the bushrangers by penning notes and instituting inquisitions to examine into the tea table propensities of his subs, or by consuming his time in appoint- ing collectors of village scandal; he left such occupation to his inferiors, and pro- ceeded to execute as he, ought the duties of his own office. The means he adopted for circumventing the disturbers of public tran- quillity were stated in our last. They were such as might reasonably be expected, to prove efficaci...

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Supreme Court. May 8. Rex [?]. Baynton. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

Supreme Court May 8.   ______       Rex v. Baynton.       This was an Information, charging the pri- soner with forging, and uttering an order for 10s., with intent to defraud one Miller and one Maddocks. There were six counts.   It appeared by the evidence, that the order in question was issued 18 months ago, for a return of 10s. in the hands of Maddocks, a Pound-keeper; and that the prosecution was (at this distant period brought forward by a person of the name of Whitcomb, who, is a Clerk in the Naval-office), in no wise inte- rested in the transaction, and that Miller and Maddocks both denied being the prose- cutors, and that the latter delivered the order two months ago to Whitcomb, at his request.   The evidence as to the identity of the order being very slight, and Whitcomb who had received the order not being called, Mr. Gellibrand, who was Counsel for the pri...

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S[?]nep News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

Sydney News. ? The ship Thames, Captain H. Frazer, ar- rived on the 11th April, from.Cork.the 14th of November, with Government Stores; also, 37 free women, who bring with theiri 107 ^children.: three women and 13 children died on the passage.?Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, and nine children ; and Mr. James ^Richards : Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Lin- ton.?A subscription was opened for the re- lief of an old helpless widow "and eight or- phan children, the husband arid father, a ¦poor and industrious' man, having died al '.rnost suddenly. Nearly 200 persons had humanely contributed in-sums from £2 to 5s. each.?The ship Security was daily expected "from the Mauritius, with a xargo of sugar, for Cooper and Levy;?The Government was about to form an establishment of ticket porters, for the accommodation of the mer- cantile world, after the same manner as those sanctioned in London by regular licences, and subjected to certain regulations.?Mr. Howell, the enterprising traveller, was o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

Commissariat Contracts, QUARTER commencing March 25th, and ending 24th June, 1826, viz.- FRESH MEAT, at per lb. Hobart Town.?March 31. Samuel Hood, ,7000, at 3d. ; April 7, Patrick Wood, 7000, at 3d. ; April 14, James Triffitt, 7000J at 3d.; April 21, David Lord, 7000, at 3d.; May 2, 5, and 12, Daniel Stanfield, 21000, at2£d.; between the May 19 and June 23, Edward Rand, 21000, at 23d;, and 21000, at 2§d. New Norfolk.?Samuel Hood, from the >25tW arch to 24th April, at 3&d; T. A. Lascelles, from 25th April to 24th May, at 3id.; Edward Abbott, from 25th May to 24th jurie, at 3£d.             Lemon Springs Edmund Hodgson, at 3 1/2d. Coal River. - David Lord, at 4 1/2. Pitwater -Alexander Buchanan, at. 3 1/2 d Bagdad. - George Ashton, at 33/4d. Brighton.- Michael Lackey, at 41d Glenarchy - William Presnell at 3 1/2 d. A. Moodie, A.C. G. 'Launceston^ March 13<ft,1826' LIST "pfiPersons .fro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

£cimUjr ,vcof0 &totm ;"';,¦¦ ELIZABETH-STREET. JUST landed from the Greenock, and on SALE, at F. Schultze & Co's Stores, in Elizabeth-street.?Corduroys, fustians, vel- veteens, and moleskins ; prints,, of the new- est patterns arid: in the greatest variety ; a fine assortment Pf the best double Norwich crapes; superior calicoes, ladies' elegant frieze mantles ; gentlemens' wearing appa- rel, consisting of elegant drab' cloth great coats, blue surtouts, dress and green hunting coats; woollen andcassimere trowsers; mole- skin and corduroy ditto; jackets anil trow- sers; waistcoats, in great variety; hosiery, consisting of woollen and cotton stockings, white cotton braces and gloves; fine and common white cottou calico shirts; boot chains and leather straps for trowsers ; best treble-gilt buttons, ditto clasps for boat cloaks; pearl shirt, white metal, and po- lished bone buttons, &ci?Messrs. Schultze ¦and Co. have also on SALE, from recent im Eortations?Gentlem...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 19 May 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1826. We lately inserted an excellent article from The Australian, on the subject of the in- finate importance of attending the breed of     sheep, and to prevent the serious evils conse- quent to the crime of sheep-stealing. On these subjects, so vitally important to the in- terests of the Colony, we are induced to offer a few remarks. The above species of de- predation is not experienced in the elder Co- ony to one-fifth of the extent to which it is carried on here. The cause of this difference is however to be ascribed to the great con- trast between the two Colonies. Here, al- most every Settler keeps a flock of sheep, more or less ; and therefore a much greater facility is afforded to depredators. In the other Colony, persons who possess large flocks of sheep, in most instances pasture them in distant tracts of the country, far away from the thickly inhabited corn dis- tricts; thereby, if sheep were stolen i...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 26 May 1826

£&iP Neto*.' , Sailed on Sunday afternoon, the Sintere, Captain Duke, on a trip of three months to Oyster Bay. Sailed on Monday last, the ship Doncaster, 'Captain Church, for Voit Jackson. Sailed yesterday for Port Jackson, the Sydney Packet, Capt. Thompkins, with about 15Q0 bushels of wheat.-Passengers, Mrs. Martin and three children, Mr. George Lusk, and Mr. Miller. A signal for a vessel, supposed to be the Cy pi us, from the Isle of France, withsrifaY, is up. Silting Magistrate-J. Tliomas, E\q.

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