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The Greeks. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

. _ . " ..r The Greeks. ." '?'- ; I The Fiench papers of Alonduj state that letters had been re- ceived at foulon from Putins Mid othci parts ot Greece, in winch it was asserted that Missolnhfiln had been again taken by the Gieeks; Unit'Gi c-tk ilortjis hud likfctoisb obtained pos- session pi the Castle ot Komcli'V, and had invested by sea and land the fortress of I.epmto. Admn.it Miaùlis is said to be en- gaged in bomb tiding the latter place with the frigate Hellas and a brig of wai. The Piesident of Gieece, M. Capo d'Istrias, has proceeded to Has anno, where lie is stated to have had »i conference willi Marshal Maison and Rear-Admiral Itossamel« The state of Gi otk allans is represented ni these accounts as most piiispiimiis, ind hopes aie held out of a speedy capture of all tile J'» i kisli foi ti esses on the Gi oek continent. On ¡.¡m, tiuth ot these statements, 01' the pinbability ot these anticipa- tions, we need at present oller no commet.*.. It is of course the interest of ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

SHIP NEWS.       Sept 18.-Arrived the ship North Briton, Captain George Morison, from Leith the 24th of May and from the Cape the     10th of August, with a general assortment of goods, viz.-23 boxes and trunks boots and shoes, 4 chests sausages, 5 pipes   and 19 hhds, brandy, 14 quarter-casks wine, 8 cases apparel, 10 casks butter, 7 packages sundries, 759 boxes window glass,   .. casks bottled beer, I case papers, 2400 Bath bricks, 38 boxes     slops, 5 ditto cottons, 1 cask pease, 3 casks hats, and 12 boxes raisins, consigned to the Australian Company; 350 boxes raisins   Dawes and Hewitt; 3 bales bags, Kemp and Co; 6 ditto linens and 2 bundles hardware, John Kerr; 1 box apparel and   1 ditto books, W Paton; 214 coil cordage, 40 bags corks, 50   cases and 17 hhds Geneva, 8 pipes and 4 hhds brandv, St puncheons and 20 casks rum...

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To our Country Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

To our Country Subscribers« Tlaise (if our numerous Subscribers at Port Dalrymple, and I »adjacent country, «ko stand indebted to «»for newspapers, and I .' tino have been'repeatedly furnished with their uccountt, and I subsequently with circulars .soliciting payment, but who have I not complied wit li our request, are now respectfully informed, -tkat-tn the course of-a few weeks we shall he under the necessity, and consequently great expense, of sending some prrsonfas au Agent, to collect all outstanding debts, vhich could be so easily remitted hu poit. in hulj notes. The great weekly expense at . tendiitg the publication of a newspaper, and the gieut'draw back which is felt bj/ liebig obliged lo give an extended credit ni this Colony, instead of bring paid in advance, as in England, , art circitiiiituiicfs winch tt is hoped will merit attention from our country Subscribers, and induce the/» cithtr to send tin amount of their .subscriptions by post, or to appoint tonic pirson in Ho...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PAPERS MAY 15—21. The King. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

¿ATÈST ENGLISH NEWS.' EXTRACT^IFRQMIL0NDOÑ:PAPERSHJIIAY15-21» ...The King» s Since the King's avpeaiance at the Levee some cbhtradicí ton lepoitsot the slate of Ins Majesty's health ha\e fount} then wuy into the public lonrutls we may contideuilv ob seiee, that lus M ijestj li ts peilectly lecovcicd fioili his late illness , some ti aces of Us effects ti e ohser\ able ni his t< attu es, but Ins bodily stieiit,th is happily ir-stoied We lauitnt, how ever, io say, til it the Duke of Claience lins for the last few du>s suffeted undei a severe and tenons indisposition. His Rojal Highness was atttcked suddenly ai d violeiitlj, and the woist conseque ices in i\ be apprehended from a relapse Our latest inlonuatioii enables us to add that the illustnous patient is giadually, butslowlj, impíos ing -May 13

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Warning to free Hired Servants. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Warning to free zSired Servants. , ¡ A boy being churned one day la»t week by hi» employer, with neglect of duty, was under Act or Council, No. 0, pub 1 is tied m July 1829, adjudged' bj the Police Bench one month's ' hard labour in the common gaol as the house of loneetion, [ and mulcted ot 61. wagen, due to htm bj the mnstei, who handed'over the «turn to the School of Industt«..-Atiothei, a labouier, tor deserting work without leave, v/.is also sentenced, under the same very wholesome and necissai< Act mau o month's lnipiisuinnent. Tin ce oi lour da«,» to a soliwiy cell; i on bread and wulei, would be the most ctheacioii«, punishment {oTjtfst offences, ni general -Aus'rallan, July IT. , , ! -»»....Mo

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State of Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

I State of Roads. The House of Assembly of Lower Canada have passed an Act to macadamize the roads leading to Quebec, foi nine miles distant. This is the good effect of a local r«pi esenttltii Stood y . in the absence «it which in Uns Colong it fc> to be honed,'that! some of the Members of our Législative Council will commit the inteiests of then fellow Colonists, by taking the ppimons oí ihmking men upon llie most effectual method of repairing Hie toads; to which we are certain every settler in the Island would willingly conliibute, more or less We would here call Uny attention ot Mr. O'Conner, the luspecloi, to lepairmg tho main road to Port Dalrymple; in many pans ol which, it ie quires a dozen bullocks to eMricate a cuit out ot the immense holes, which were occasioned by the flood last \eui. l'his should be done as a present remedy, mini the road can cet a geneial repair.

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The Hawthorn and Birch. A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

t , The Hawthorn and Birch. A SONG. ' , .. .,,," Behold yon Hawthorn's graceful bend I . i J , <l Stooping its. lytty head from high, .< i > iii \ 1 As tt attempting to djlend , _. J " , J The modest shrub that blossoms nigh. ' ' * . The shrub, the Buch I in youthful blow, '«*. <f >f Thal seeks pi Otee ^ion 'neath its shade, «ÍAsH.i * ' And seems (unlike most shruis} to "know *, u¡?1 fctv ¡ ' ' That Hawthorn's tor us »hellet made. , . < V»,»^"4 The Birch so'fair 1 and Hiuuhorn Met * ^'V ."*" * ,, Were ne'er designed to Jlourish sm{d*V * ff»*-«**1,'« Oh I may their brauche* long- en|W,nei i,'_>'-i*fr"l'5λi*1 And'teiidjsrly, for erar mingié. <? '^(.i'ifc.-slai »»: « Sept. 23, 1820. «Baoojr».

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Colonial Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Colonial Produce. We are glad to find by the last accounts from England, that   our Southern whale oil, now preferable to any other black oils in the London market, continue to maintain a good price, from 23/. to d'M. per tun ;anl that whalebone fetched from     liol, to 170/. per ton ; in consequence of which this article is, now considered worth more than 100l per ton in Hobart Town, although it has been formerly selling from 40l to 50l. Wools   were a shade lower, owing to the foreign importations, which   were immense, there being three years consumption on hand. But all the productions of these Colonies, says a Mercantile Cor- respondent in London, continue to sell well in London, if not of an inferior quality, which it is always the most mistaken policy tosend home, and if not absolutely unsaleable must pro- duce but a losing account of sales. The following is an extract of a letter from another Merchant in londo...

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The Wesleyans. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

The Wesleyans. We have noticed the dissentioiis which -have from time to time taken place amongst the Methodises, and which seem id be daily on the increase.-The fact is, this body lias grown'iuo numeioUsly unwieldy, to be coull nuled as it was when it con- sisted of a few liundieüs ol' the very lowei classés. The leaders grow more ambitious, and hence the whole' 'con- cern is almost split into subdivisions. Leeds and Man- chester contain the greatest numbers of the Society .'-j,'Al each of these places laige Secessions have taken * place. 'A most important decision has been come to uy ihe bes't informed o"f the body. We mentioned, that the lending ,. pieachershad it in contemplation to erect then Church into a. so'rt.of Episcopacy. That is to say, that certain ot them .should become Bishops, upon the'pnociple of the Primitive Crhisimns, and upon the ground, that snell distinctions were necessary, in order to ordain the su hurd ina le pieacheis, »'ho otherwise could noi, according t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

_ I ^ ' ?» li Hi , ,1 i " ? ¡ SAlYTe TÖAT beautiful, powerful"1 and ,much'-adl ' miréîl Suflbl,^ Horse, S AM,( Covers tins Season npon the snme Terins'as last ^ear. Sum is in the highest possible Con dition,(.ind will remain at the Stables of the Derwent Hotel till a tWtire Advertisement shall name his'route of visits, but «ill attend at anyplace where his services'maybe reqojred npon timely no1 ice being given toMr. STOCKER, Derwent Hotel' or to George Preston, the Groom,.-Sara is the Sire of some of Ihe'finestVoung Stock in the Colony ; of which a beautiful young Mare in the Stud of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor! a fine young Horse in the possession of D win LORD, Esq., and others in the possession of Jons BLAMONT, Esq., Mr. DAVID ( GIBSON, Mr. COLUCOTT, ànd(Mr REY ISOLDS,, besides many othet persons, shew abun- dant proof. _ ( ¡ N. B.-Each Mare, '£3 3i-Groom 5s. Sept. l8, 1829. _ Waterloo, Bolivar, Buffalo, A.c. Tilt Seivicesofthe under-named HORSES may be obtained durin...

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Mechanics' Institution. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

-*"?-? mechanics' Institution. On Monday evening, the-'lil ¿V insiPlit,! a "Meeting of the Mechanics' lüstku'tibu was held ' tit -the!!Court' of. Requests, which was irioa,t numerously, and respectably attended; Upon this occusiou a second lecture was delivered^ by''B*r.'TURN- BULL, embracing many of "the1 mast interesting principles of Chyinistryi with a com_3arrttive:and'sciéñtifici illustration of the: art, in connection with the'material'«ys tem of the uui verne. The Doctor evinced considérable-.knowledge -of thij,'subject, and evident ty gai e.tijrç'.'re J^ by .practícpl dtíiuynstratwn ; and.'as far a*could be done (in the absence of all scientific apparatüÁíiu.\.Mmtó^^ t ion proceeded to' "the experiment' by' whi'cÉi'tbe fact could be established, shewing the operation of onedescription of mat- ter when brought into conjunction with another;' There was much clearness,: liberal i ty,'and j^odsëiïsé'iniinifejited tbrougb but' the'whole of a lecture, that'bcèupièd .one hour and a...

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Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Domestic Economy. I Egg* tflay be1' preserved;for 'muy years'^ by dipping them into' asolution ofgain jtrabio in water.and when dry packing them- io powdered charcoal. The; latter substance being« non-condnCtbrOf 'héát.raaintainingaroundthe eggSM temperature when reú^ hint might be turned ti> account by many farmers, who reside ata great distance from'Hobart Town.' * ',}:'.i;;:,-; Thê'pe'nplé'pf.'Haw^^^^ çeiyed £50 per Iweéltitbrougiipùt, thê7.whplë, year, for eggs colleoted in the neighbourhood,' and;forwarded via Berwick, for'salb-iñ'LohdonJmáirltet,;r';'-' -;; ..'.'?:";,:|.i..'.',',' \: ,',"."",'. '.'? '. '.. Cheap,.' excellent;' and ; wholesome.', fytie jfleer .may be ; pre-' pared in any family, by. boilingtogether four, pounds of coarse 'toibe', . . . ._. [sooner or, later) acoording to the temperature of tb'a we;itber. ' ??Yiaif may be 'prepared in'.thë'conntry.'bybbilitig a mixture of six'quárii Of wheâferi 'Or'bsrléy Weal Üfliwo-tliirds have evaporated.andwhencool incorp...

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The King's Sentiments on Catholic Disabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

( t**-*«***1** I The Sing's Sentiments on Catholic Disabilities. There are unanswerable reasons for believing that the mind of George IV. has for many years been accustomed to meditate on the removal of, Catholic disabilities, as a measure of policy stripped of its primitive objections by the total demise of the Stuarts, and positively recommended to the Legislature of the realm by the resurrection of the Catholics as a wealthy, pros- perous, and poweiful community, capable of freedom, and alienated only through the want of it. The Speech-the most solemn communication of a Butish King to his subjects-dis tinctly pledges Ins Majesty's advisers to submit to Parliament the removal, on Iel ins,'of the code of laws affecting the Catho- lics. The Prime iMimster, expounding certain points which the speech had of necessity left unnoticed, assures the country that the Sovereign had assented to the mtioduction of a'law repealing the Catholic disabilities, and had been an individual pai ty lo ...

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Insurrection at Pernambuco. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Insurrection at Fernambuco» ' By the ai uval of the Lama at Gueinsej, Irpni Rio Janeiro, which pott she lett on the 10th of ¡I'aicb, we ba\e ne\ys con- fit ming ihe leport ot an insui rectum having blöken nul at Pel iiambuco. Tins event has occasioned great ailinn to the Em peioi Don Pedro, and created a deep sensation in the Capital. The Emperor immediately issued a Deciee, constituting a Militai \ Commission, With orders to pioceed at once to Per iiaiubueu, and KI puitisli willi death all those concerned in the insurrection, without waitui.; for tttrthei orders. This sum. maiy proceeding is eontiäiv to the Constitution, but ihe Em. pet or was imperative in his loiumands. It was appiehended at Rio that the Chumbéis, which we're shortly expected to meet, would censure the deciee of the Emperor without sis having pitrviously obtained their sanction. The est bange I at Km lud filien to 20i si, in consequence of the insurrec- tion-May l8." , ' ,4

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THE HERMIT Van Diemen's Land.[No.17. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

THE HERMIT > «»> ... . (V j|, i lil Ki lill J^jtil«! I-.J 11' J*,Jtl»«>( 1 .(«j , i-. Uti, , i(Ä»*ci\ « } si's««! i i ii, <i n i - » ' i t* i v'' ?:;';:,ííí)!''f«i"í»'¿'';;' "¡'.«!H> '-'."' ">~i-ii.'..?'' 'lií.l'Ml. , ;.'i-si.O¡¡ .v írv^.' There is notiiñthe Wói'ld á greater^eírpr tliaii that ,whic1i i . . VVfootsfare'so apt ti) fall into,'aiïd'knaves'fWillv^opd.feà.soii to ^eucouralgè, the'>mi.itKkih'g'tà'satirist for;¿'.'libeller ; whéreáspió .????' .a true satirist 'nothing is'so odious as a' libeller; foFthe;saine . :, Teáson us l/i a' itftin -'truly. virt'dousji nothing 'is' 'so'Ui'átefu'í-iisVá -"-í;. .-,- liyp'ocriie;"-Poes."''' ',';'; ,:' \''.',. '?"!:.'-'t1.X','/'.w!'."'.. *?l'''.''.'\**v< ? ''{ 'Among the .'.several institutions estabUshed in this, beautiful landrajiid.ly advancing Colony; which at once bespeak'a1 sound .'-knowledge of.tbe best'-principlcs 'of Goyerriment; imd;a'p'atwnal interest for the prosperity of the inhabitants...

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Lord Eldon. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Lord Eldon« It is not a little amusing to find Lord Eldon becoming a-JRa dical Reformer, after being a rank Tory, filling une or* the most important offices' of the Slate tor the last quarter oi'a century. Can It be credited, that old .' Doublmuch," not nilly advocates, but strongly ¡nsiiits on the necessity of Triennial i Parliaments- . a Hel'oi m in the Representation of the People-the removal Of the Uench of Bishops from the House of Lords, and 01 courte from political Influence-ihalChui-cli appointments be removed from the ' patronage ' ol' tli'e Prime Mlipsler~and thal Church properly be disposed Of. If any ptismi attempted to pul such propositions in print some »hon lime ago, dunn., the adminis- tration of the Noble'Lord, and his late illustnous friend Lon- donderry, lie would be Considered u fit nunnie for Bedlam, or nl'best be placed in the same situation as Cut-lisle, ami piosecu , ted foi sedition, nod blasphemy.-In tins Instance ii,o Kable ^Lord imagined lie would have ha...

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Curing Bacon. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Curing Bacon. \ The following mettmit of curing Bucoii is successively prac tined iii some paru of England : The hair should tie singed off by the application of a fire of straw, jual tufficieut for the purpose. Scalding has been found . highly injurious to the quality and flavour of the article. The j Hitches, after being neatly eui, are next to lie laid in a wooden '' trough, und sprinkled over willi tait, in this state they must be left for 24 hours, io drain away ihe blood und eiiperlluou« juices..-Tiley aieil»«;u«*fc«u «o»r.w,pt?i dry, and-vreH-ru-trtnra over willi a mixture ol' len paris ot strong coarse gi »¡ned salt to one of refined »altpelre, «pievtoupty heiited in an mm vessel. This friction must be repealed lour' successive, days, but, Hie meat is Only to be turned every oilier day. I<aige linches le qune io be kept in biine for three weeks, and to' be mined ten nine!, during this period. When taken out, the flitches ure to lit' (nmg up, cither in a chimney or...

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Corporal Punishment. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Corporal Punishment. On the report of the Mutiny Bill, Mr. Hume moved an Amendment, limiting the infliction of corporal punishment in the case of General Courts Martial to 5OO lashes--in that of     District Courts Martial to 300, and in that of Detachment Courts Martial to one or two hundred. Sir H. Hardinge said, that corporal punishment had recently much decreased. Some Regiments, 700 strong, had only had six instances in twenty years. The regulations of the Amiv were calculated to repress the infliction of corporal punishment. Mr. Hume said, his object was merely to limit the punish- ment; for instance, to prevent the infliction of 1,000 lashes. Sir H. Hardinge : Such a number is nevei inflicted now. The Amendment was negatived, and the Bill passed.

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN: SEPTEMBER 25, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

HOBART TOWN:   SEPTEMBER 25, 1829. .Let it be impressed upon yonr «minds, tet it be instilled ino your .' children, that the I<ibeity<tf th<» Press is'the Palladium oi .all.your Civil, Political, End Relicioos Rights.' Junius. It was with a feeling somewhat of regret, and partaking perhaps a little of sisterly jealousy, that we read in the late Sydney Papers the proceedings of their Legislative 'Council, .everal Acts having already passed that Assembly, and being iii full operation. W« an these terms, not meaning that we are sorry (or any event ty which the prosperity of our sister Colonvii<jfa»M:eii^toU''g*;grtart*^.^tCTjl' different senti- ' 'Brenrtowarosner ¡mt that, inasmuch u~ir5-»»rc-.-re,r j . pleasure in bestowing~j>nr meed of praise, whenever opportu- nity permits us, upon any subject connected with our own Rulers, and as the state of the Colony, in many respects, is such as lo please the- most fastidious, ourselve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

' » Positively the next Wessel;; after -(he' Alice, j j '¿ffifPS ','Lieutenant, CHARLES.' HA¿LARD.M,R..'N..,-<Com-J .mander,/ Jiaviiig ¿leftthis'.jPorÙfôcJSfdney,¿on th'e¿loth insti,j ,¡¿riA'n.av.ih;g,;a'iy.erjrsm^ "there,., has cmtracfed,to return tö.HobartiTqwn, by.tíie.lst,of| October, to take iu âôu Imperial Tons;pÇ.Ô;l, and; 100 .Bales j of Wool together, ;with about 40 Tons of other., Freight., .As Í these ¿obds will be all ready for Shipnient.immed.iatejyon.tiiej ¡iniyal of the Ship, her stay in this port,..will-.not exceed 5Í¡>¡ .days. ' ' J> ' " ". ''.'-''".'."' ,'._,'''.. :[ i. ':'Tlio PRINCE REGEN* is fitted up. ,iri superior >jyje jTorj ?Passengers, and carries on experienced Surgeon.; For' Freight! 'wPlissage, apply to . " ' 'KEMP anti'Co^'Agents.; K.B.-r^'ooî, and other .goods, intended for the F-JUNCE; ' REGENT, warehoused free ol' Expence. August 21, 1820.. ,,,. , ;..?..,..... ': ... .-,? j' For London Direct« Ä THR; fine River-bùilt Ship L^DYi J|...

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