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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 September 1826

[ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editor of the Colonial Times. SIR, - The undersigned, Cabin Passengers by the ship Adrian, from London, wish to make public this Testimony of their warm and general approbation, and thankfulness for the liberal and gentlemanly treatment they have experienced during the voyage from Captain STEPHEN BROWN, the   Commander; and to mark their just sense of the   same, they, with grateful pleasure, subscribe their names to this public momento, due to the skill, care, and judicious conduct he has experienced throughout the voyage. Passengers for Van Diemen's Land. James King, sen. | James King, jun. Passengers for Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. Bucknell and family Miss Laveis Miss Evans   Mr. and Mrs. Sandwell and family Scott Nind Wm. Pecks.   Mr. and Mrs. Murrell G. Woodman. Mr. and Mrs. Clymer TO Let on Lease, for 5 or 7 Years, a 400 acre Farm, on the Macquarie River; also,   two Farms of 200 acres each, on t...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 September 1826

ay Sílíp _T?Ute. Arrived.ot Launceston on Tuesday last,' thr Wig Lara Rodney ^ Captain Thompson, chartered by Mr, Reibeys» agent in Sydney, r" convey a cargool' wheat to that port. She purtly laden with merchandize for severa) individuals. Sailed on Friday last from Launceston, the   cutter G ver r Arthur, with a cargo of flour for Sydney, manufactured at the Supply mills ; a'so, the sloop Speedwell, with a cargo of y\ heat -for Mr. Ueiuey.-The Governpr Ar- thur conveys to Sydney, a cargo of flour, the property of Mr. Keibey, owner of that Vessel, ground at the Supply M lils, under hi» inspection, and manufactured Irom the be¡>t wheat.- I'hi* Lord Rodney will also ex- port a cargo of 7000 bushels of wheat, which Mr. Reibey, the charterer, we understand, "Would have preferred sending in floury pro- vided ca«ks con Id have been obtained ; the cargo of the Governor Arthur, comprising 1O00 bushel;, of wheat, has been manufactu- red at the {Supply Mills in 3 days.-The v«»...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 September 1826

Colonia J harneo. Hobart TOWN:     fRlDAY,SEPTEMBER 15, 1826. Convinced of the importance, we at length draw the attention of the Public to the ex- ist tug depression ol trade in these Colonies, fully »wilkin« d as we are to the propriety ol our immtdtately entering tai the subject, and, WP trust by a ral ni discussion, to render some little service to our bl other Colonists. The fust founder of the science of political economy, stated his firm belief of the im- practicability of ascertaining the pioportion which the money of a munt i y beais to its annual produce;'and maintained that the circulating medium ought to bear a great ta tio to the produce which is to support the industry ot the people. And hence the Mutch system of Banking, enabling mer- chants by means of the cash accounts kept with the "Banks, to extend their speculations lo a more piohtuble extent, assuring us that gold and silver and currency have nothing whatever to do with the progress of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 September 1826

ÎJutmc Katie* MR, Assistant Surveyor SHARLAND, being on Survey in the District of the .Western River; all Persons having Loca- tions in that District not yet Surveyed, are requested to attend, in order that their Boun- dary Lines may be marked out. E. DUMARESQ, Acting Surveyor-General. Suiveyor's Office, Sept. 6, 1626._ itaïilic ¿lotice. , WHEREAS, under and by Virtue of an Act, passed in the sixth Year of the Hcign of His present Majesty, King GEORGE the FOURTH, entitled " An Act for granting certain JPowers and Authority to a Company lo he incorporated by Charter, to be called c The fan Diemen's Land Company,' for the Culti- vation and Improvement or waste Lands in His Majesty's Island of Van Diemen's Land,' and for other Purposes, relating thereto ;" ! It was, amongst other Things, enacted, that in Case His Majesty should 'tvithin three Years after the passing of such Act, be pleased by Charter, under the Great Seal of ' Great Britain, to declare and grant that such and so many P...

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Cornwall Collegiate. To the Editor of the Colonial Times, [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

tfovnüíall tíoUfgtatr. To the Editor of the Colonial Times, Sir,-In contemplating on the intended Collegiate Institution about to be established at Launceston, I cannot but conceive that such an one in the present state of the Co- lony, Is at once an ungenerous design, even admitting the legality of such a powerful combination, ana in the first instance inju riousj so much so, as to impede the gene- rous intentions and prqsperity of the worthy and respectable Settler, who comes forward In the early days of the Colony, aided by effi- cient Assistants, opening Establishments for the express purpose of giving instruction to its rising generation. There must surely be a want of feeling on the part of our fellow Emigrants, who could have given their sup- port to such. Education is beyond a doubt, a most va- luable object, and a blessing to those who receive it. Much has been done on the sub- ject of education by our magnanimous Sove- reign, throughout his extensive dominions ; aud with g...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

Ship News. Arrived on Saturday week, the ship Adrian, Captain Stephen Brown, from London   the 16th of April, with merchandize, &c. consisting of three cases of haberdashery for Mr. G. Lowe; cases for Messrs. W. H.     Hamilton, Rev. W. Bedford, J. Baynton, W. Pike, J. Wilkinson, H. Stephens, Miss Evans, John Caley, John Petchey, W. and J. Ruffy; 100 bundles of iron, steel and hoops   for Mr. W. A. Bethune; 116 packages, 150 rabbits (20 alive), 3 cases of plants for Mr. James King, sen., a passenger; the remainder of the cargo is consigned to Sydney.   Sailed yesterday for London direct, the brig Atalanta, Captain J. Leitch, having on board 115 planks of cedar, 15 casks of salted   hides, 8 casks of extract of mimosa bark, 96 bags of wool, 41 casks of oil, 100 tons of dry mimosa bark, shipped by Mr. W.   Bunster; 24 casks of extract of mimosa bark,   and 15 casks of salted...

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SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

SALES BY AUCTION.         Mr. Collicott..To-morrow .. at 11. Mr. Collicott....Tuesday next at 12.   Mr. Underwood .... Friday next at 12. Mr. Collicott...October 3.... at 12. Mr. Underwood...October 6.... at 12.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

Government Notice     Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 13, 1826.   In the Number of the unhappy Men upon   whom the extreme Sentence of the Law   has this Morning been carried into Execu- tion, were the Two Natives who murdered the Stock-keeper of Mr. Hart, at Great Swan Port ; and the Lieutenant Governor would     hope that this Example may tend, not only to Prevent the Commission of similar Atroci ties by the Aborigines, but to induce towards them the Observance of a conciliatory   line of Conduct, rather than harsh or violent Treatment ; the latter being but too likely to produce Measures of Retaliation, which have their Issue in Crime and Death, His Excellency is particularly desirous, that Magistrates and Settlers generally, shall impress on the minds of their Servants, the necessity for preserving a good Understand- ing with this ignorant race, which is alike dictated by h...

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ORIGINAL CORREPONDENCE. [Open to all Parties—influenced by none.] Assigned Serbants. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

ORIGINAL COEBE^PÓNDENCE. ' \Opeti to aft Pariies-~influetíceá by none.] To the Editor of the Colonial Times. <? Sir,-It has surprised many, ihat the Go- vernment of the country has never issued an order, to'inform the Settlers what quantity of provisions and clothing their assigned ser- vants are entitled to. Hence, the different methods adopted in various parts of the country, and in every method, we differ from that of Sydney. By information 1 have from New South Wales, I shall lay before your Readers, the system adopted there, which is much superior, and very far different from ours. The assigned servants are allowed 7 lbs. of beef or mutton, or 4 lbs. of pork, and 7 lbs. of flour per week ; two suits of slops yearly, with shoes, shirts, &c. Should there be any balance due to them, they are paid it in money ; but should any of the assigned ser- vants get á ration and a half of meat and flour, the extra half ration is deducted from the balance remaining, if any,...

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Ross Bridge Market. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

Ko** üU'frg* ¿fttarttet I To the Editor of the Colonial Times. I Sir,-The establishment of a Market at Ross, Macquarie River, has, it seems, been settled upon. As a stock-holder (although in a small-way), I for one feel interested, but having few acquaintances and less influ- ence among the promoters of this beneficial institution, I take this method of objecting to one of the resolutions they have framed, with every deference to their superior wisi dpm and foresight. I object, then, to the .time fixed upon for holding their first mar- ket, as being- unseasonable. The reasons I advance in support of my opinion ave the following :-The annual floods frequently occur or continue during the early part of October, rendel ing some rivers in certain parts of the country uufordable for sheep. Tne St. Paul, over which there is no bridge, and which at such times overflows its banks considerably, is one instance. The district of Rreak-of-day Plains (already pietty well stocked with sheep), is ...

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Military Canteens. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

jftUttanft ^Äutefne. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. . Sir,-In no part of the world perhaps is the perversion of a Military force so appa- rent as in this Colony. The constant cry used to be, unless we have a Regiment we cannot afford protection to the interior. We" have now a whole Regt., and it is fair to ask, where the troops for our interior protection are distributed r But no, they are employed on sundry and other more urgent duties ; such as, Canteen-men and Serjeants.-Qrder ly, and Gaol-keepers, Servants and Store- keepers, Signalmen and Storekeepers' Clerks, Government.Hut-keepers, with Chain and Road Gang Taskmasters, Barrack Serjeants and Mounted Police, who by the way, are a singularly useless and expensive set of men ; it weuld be amusing to hear of the Home Government calling for the monthly returns and journals of duties performed by 'the Mounted Police of Van Diemen*s Land, fix-. tuirés in Hobart Town ; so unlike those em- ployed in New South Wales, who are distr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

FARMS TO LET.--To be Let on Lease, for 5, f, or 14 Years, with or without Work» ing Bullocks, the following Farms, vi?.-An 100-acre Farm, situated at Cray-fish Point, 15 acres of which have been cleared and culr tivated.-An 120-acre Farm, situated in Gle- narchy, 5 Miles from Hobart Town, pleasant- ly situated on tha Banks of the Derwent; about 25 acres of which are in cultivation, with an excellent House, Garden, and Stock- yard thereon.-An 100-acre Farm, situated at Herdsman's Cove; 30 acres of which has been cleared and cultivated ; also, a 60racre Farm, 20 acres of which are cleaied, adjoin* ing the 100-acre Farm.--An 160-acre Farm, situated at Green Point, on the Banks of the Derwent ; 35 acres of which are cleared and cultivated, with a House, Stockyard, &c. erected thereon, with an excellent Garden, well stocked vvith choice Fruit Trees, &c. A 40-acre Farm, situated at the Tea-tree Brush ; nearly the whole of which is cleared and cultivated.-A 60-acre Farm, si...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1826. The subject relative to Banking Establish. ¡men£s appears to us of no little interest in a Colony such as we inhabit ; and we conceive by rendering itself a Company, permanent, -would materially facilitate and promote the interests of trade in general, and give such .an ímpetus to the commercial interests, as »vould most essentially create and promote a j 1 jiveîier freedom to trade,, and correct the ! piesent depressed state, and restore it to its ¿former «vigour and uctjvity. To proceed lherefoie to our purpose :-We should wish to see a Joint Stock Banking Company eita fdnlied, tihuh w< uM become advantageous, both to annviei'cii.l and io the a ricultutal interests. Xhat most of our knowledge \s gained by ?comparison, is a maxim held trite by moral, i t»s «eil as political writers ;-and, if we com- J pare those countries-and towns which have jnad ¿Banking Companies formed upqn the «dioveptinçiple, w...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 September 1826

EXECUTION   It was our melancholy duty to record in our last week's Journal, the execution of 14 unhappy mortals; and we again, have to dis-   figure our columns with nine more, (to the already heavy catalogue) which were sentenced at the same time with their wretched     fellow-prisoners. It will, doubtless, be in the recollection of all, that nine were to suffer on Monday last-the particulars of which we this day publish to the Colony. On Sunday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, a condemned sermon was preached in their cell,   by the Reverend Chaplain, and they all ap peared, in a proper frame or mind, to receive the cheering consolations which religion can alone afford man, when on the brink of eter- nity; and from that period, until the execu-   tion, nearly the whole of their time, was spent in singing hymns and praying. The Rev. Messrs. Bedford, Mcarthur,and Car vosso attended them on Sunday ; after their ...

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POETRY. The Broken Heart. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

iP<DiB~m~£g 1 ?>> . -nan-. 7/¿£ O8* ISrofcrn íí?f¿u t. lleAa gone to1 the lund where tlie dead are still, And mute in the song of gladness; , He drank at the cup of giief lus fill, t And his life was a dream off madness. The victim of fancy's torturing spell, * * ,, From hope to darkness driven, His agony was the rack of hell,-- i His joy the thrill of heaven. ¡ .< 'He is gone to the land where the dead are cold, And thought will sting bim never ; The tomb its darkest veil has roll'd O'er all his fan Its for ever. 'O ! there was a light that shone within The gloom that hung aiound him : lus heart was formed to woo and win, But love had never found bim. , . He is gone to the land where the dead may rest Tn a soft unbroken slumber, Where the pulse that swelled his anguished breast '< Shall never histortures number. Ah ! little the reekles witlings know \ How keenly throbbed and smarted That bosom which burn'd with the brighest glow Till crushed a...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1826. The utility of a Free Press, especially in distant British Colonies, in detecting defal- cations and abuses in public officers, is not only felt by the people who pay that money, which is wholly unaccounted for to the Public, but must be admitted to be of the greatest   possible advantage to the Government itself. Various have been the abuses which we have pointed out; and through our suggestions, we have felt pleasure is perceiving that some beneficial alterations have taken place ac- cordingly. Some time since, General DAR- LING gave instructions, that a Committee of Gentlemen should wait upon the Colonial Treasurer, or any other officer holding places of trust, (giving them only half an hours no- tice) for the purpose of balancing and count- ing over the public money in their charge. This is as it should be. We were in hopes to have heard of similar measures being adopted here ; but we regret to ...

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Blackwood's Magasine. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

SHücfttoostö'e Utasjiñtie This much" must be\said qf Blackwood, that you cannot as a matter of course, anti- cipate what will be said of any man, or on any subject. 11 The Edinburgh llcvic&he uf tacked, so is Theiluarterty, while Lord Byron is praised, and Dr. Sou they is characterised as a.Monk. An adherence to ptinciples is some- times very incon\eiiieiit in jeal life ; in a hook to advocate all ptinciples, and patronise all piaclices by turns, gives at all events a wiitec some chance of avoiding monotony. If.tluj following character of President Jefferson had appeared in the columns of any Opposi- tion Journal, what an outcry would have been made : " We are sorry to hear Mr. Jefferson spoken , of, spoken of so irreverently as he is -by an author, who does not speak lightly of other t persons. Mr. Jefferson deserves more re- ' spect, When he wrote is Notes on Virginia, he was a young man-a boy, in comparison with what he is now. Ile lías done incalcu- lable mischief to Ame...

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Emperial Parliament. House or Commons, April 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

Imperial Parliament House of Commons, April 14, 1826.   Mr. J. Smith took occasion to put a ques- tion to the Hon. Secretary for the Colonies. He had read in a New South Wales Paper, entitled The Sydney Gazette, that the Grand Jury had visited the prison, and found cer- tain warrants signed by a Magistrate, for the   infliction of torture. In one instance, an in- dividual was sentenced to receive 25 lashes a day, until he made a particular disclosure. For five mornings successively he underwent the allotted punishment, and on the sixth day he was taken before the Magistrates, but no confession having been elicited, the inflic-   tion of the stripes was repeated on that and on subsequent days. The question, there- fore, which the Hon. Gentleman had to pro-   pose was, whether that Magistrate held any, and what situation under Government. Mr. W. Horton said, that the individual alluded to, held a situation in the Council {as we under...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

£M* mSL TXtm. on wednesday week "arrived at Launces- ton, the brig Governor Phillips, Captain Doughty, belonging to Messrs. Campbell and Emmett, from Sydney, with merchandise. Passenger, W. Emmett, Esq. The brig Dragon, Captain Forbes, sails on Sunday for Sydney, with a full .cargo pf wheat shipped by David Lord, Esq. The ship Adrian, Captain Brown, will also sail for Sydney during the next week. _, The ship Doncaster, Captain Church, will, it is expectfd, sail for London in the course of the ensuing week. msmmmmmmismm - Silting Magistrate-J. Scott, Esq. Priée of Bread-bd. Currency.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 September 1826

VtVàïlbà gtÛVM* MR. Dunn per the Adrian is landing ele- gant Plumes of Feathers, for Ladies' Bonnets; ivory handled Parasols, Thread Lace Edging, white Jean Stays!, superb Lace and worked Muslin Collars, Baby's Caps, Frocks and Bodies' worked Muslin Handker- chiefs, white and black Lace Veils, Bobbin Nett, pink and white Tape, Cord, Bobbins ; pearl, 'Wire, and Cambric Buttons; India Cotton, blue and marking Stocking Cotton, black and raven grey Sewing Silks; blacks w hite, and brown Buckram ; Wadding ; an assortment of Ribbands, black English Sar- cenets, coloured Persians, Ladies' trimmed Lace Caps; ,superfine Saxon Blue, Black, Oxford, and Green Cloths, &c. which, with his other Stock, he recommends to the Public. Ti be LET, for one year, or a Term not exceeding five years, that well-known and well-accustomed INN, the King's Head at Kew Norfolk.-The House, which is of Brick, -contains 9 Booms below, and 3 Loftt»; the Out-houses consist of Kitchen, Wash-house, Stable, and B...

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