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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

GEORGE 1V. REGIS. (No11.) By His Excellency SÍR THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c, &c.&c.. with the Advice     of the Council.         An Act,to confirm certain Acts of His Ex cellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, passed with the Advice of the Council, before the Residence of WILLIAM STEWART, Esq. in the Colony ofNew South Wales.       June 15, 1825.       WHEREAS,by an Act of Parliament passed in the Fourth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King GEORGE   FOURTH,entitled '* An Act to provide, un- til the First Day of July,One thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven,and until the End of the next Session of Parliament, for the better Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual Government thereof ; and for other Purpo...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We beg to remind our valuable friend of his promised communication, relative to " Bingley's" interrogatories. " An Inhabitant" is only deferred, as also is " Religions Discord ".

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NORFOLK ISLAND TRIPLE EXILE AND FREE CERTIFICATE MEN! [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

NORFOLK ISLAND TRIPLE EXILE AND FREE CERTIFICATE MEN ! We promised that we would not quit this subject until we had wrung from the Go- vernment Gazette, a proper concession for the outrages offered as to the above very opu- lent, respectable, and extensive part of the community. The hireling last week comes forth with a pitiful whine, a sort of half-cry- ing, half-sneering apology, which he has not honesty, nor candour, nor manliness enough to give fairly from himself, but covers under the disguise, the fraudulent disguise of a Letter from who? Think, Norfolk islanders, what signature he has the impudent audacity to affix to his mawkish production ; why, from one of yourselves ! as if it were possible, that any one of that truly respectable body, who have been so basely calumniated as having been three times transported, for that is the plain English of his charge, and that thereby this Island is for ever, remember Norfolk Is- landers, for ever degraded, could so debase himself. We ...

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MR. STEPHEN'S BILL OF COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

MR. STEPHEN'S BILL OF COSTS. The hireling Gazette of last week has a long laboured article about the Bill of Costs. Hceret lateri. He is very sore at our Journal having been sent to England in the Cumber- land. What he is afraid of that, is he? He does not like " the Bill of Costs" and the Attorney-General's affair to go home! He does not approve of the discussion which will ensue in the English Newspapers, and in certain other places, as to these " purity motive men"-these men " above purity !" He does not like this ! He does not like publicity . ?? Hole and corner, and secret in- quisition; and back-door, and domestic spy work, suit him better. *' Where did he sleep, and where did he eat, and where did he drink, and with whom, and when, and how often, and what did he say, and what did he think, and was my high birth mentioned, and if not, why not !" These and similar appro- priate and most interesting and highly im- portant " interrogatories," so vitally con- cerning " high office...

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Supreme Court. MONDAY, SEPT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

Supreme Court Monday, Sept. 26. The Solicitor-General stated, that the interrogatories which he had filed, to be ex-   hibited to the Attorney-General, having been considered by the Court as improper and unfit to be put, he now applied to be permitted to amend them. His Honor the Chief Justice refused the application. He stated that the proceedings, being altogether inquisitorial, although in   constant practice, it was quite necessary that they should not be allowed to hang over the head of the accused ; that it was the duty of the party moving such a proceeding to take care that it was correct; and not to lie by until the time when the examination ought to have taken place, after having exhibited interrogatories, certainly not only improper to be answered, but improper to be put.   Mr. T. J. Lempriere appeared before the Court, to be declared insolvent. He stated his debts to amount to 3 or?-4000 ; that his   property consisted o...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. Sir,-I shall esteem it as a favour, if you will have the goodness to publish the en- closed copy of a Letter, written by me to His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, on the 24th Instant. I have also enclosed you the extract of the Letter sent to me by the At- torney-General. The charges therein made by Mr. Stephen, I have just learned he does not now intend to bring forward. But as I do not chuse that my character should lay any longer under the vile imputations cast upon it by Mr. Stephen, it is on this account that I have made the above request which by granting, you will much oblige, Sir, yours, &c. Thomas Young, Solicitor Hobart Town, Sept. 26, 1825.

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THE MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

THE MAGISTRACY.   One of the charges exhibited by Mr. Ste- phen against the Attorney-General is, that he advised an action against a Magistrate, upon a case laid before him, complaining of oppression. Mr. Stephen considers this to be a mon- strous offence: that the Attorney-General is a terrible sinner for advising actions against Magistrates. Poor young man ! how lamen- tably deficient is he in the common know- ledge of passing events! That he should have had experience in his new calling, is of course out of the question ; but that he should be so completely uninformed of what is in every days' practice, is really astonishing. We make the following extract from The Chronicle, by which it will be seen that the Attorney General of England appeared in a civil ac- tion against Mr. Kenrick, not only an English Magistrate, but Chairman of a Bench, and a Welch Judge to boot ; and yet the Attorney- General has no hesitation in not only ad- vising an action, but in advocating ...

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MR. STEPHEN'S MOTION AGAINST THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

MR. STEPHEN'S MOTION AGAINST THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.   We call the attention of our Readers - we most earnestly call the attention of the Public-and, if we may presume to do so, of His Honor the Chief Justice, to the fol- lowing case, which we extract from the London Papers of the 11th Nov. 1822 ; it speaks volumes! " Court of Chancery.-Obligation of Retainers.-Mr. Horne introduced a pe- tition from a Mr. Lloyd, complaining that Mr. Basil Montague, the Barrister, had taken a brief improperly in a case against which he had before received a retainer. In the bankruptcy of Mr. Glover, Mr- Lloyd was a creditor to a considerable amount. Mr. Lloyd took the opinion of Mr. Monta- gue in the matter, and gave him a retainer. Mr. Montague attended twelve meetings of the Commissioners in the character of Coun- sel for Mr. Lloyd. On the 22d of Febru- tiiy last, there was a meeting of the Com- missioners upon the subject of the ban- krupt's final examination. On the 20th preceding, a r...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

SHIP NEWS Sailed on Monday morning, the ship Secu- rity, Captain A. Ross, for Port Jackson. - Passengers, Miss Bannister, Lieutenant Cart- wright, Mrs. Macleod and 2 children; Mr. Smith, Mr. Glenn, Mr. Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. Sailed yesterday morning the Colonial schooner Governor Brisbane, Captain David- son, belonging to the house of Kemp and Co., having on board 16 able hands, on a sealing voyage to the Islands to the Eastward. She is fitted completely for a ten months' cruise. The St. Michael, Captain Beveridge, will sail on Monday for Sydney. Yesterday a signal was made for a vessel to   the eastward, which was afterwards hauled down. It is supposed to have been a vessel bound to Sydney, or the ship Security. Average -price of Wheat from the Bakers'   Returns 19s.9d. - Price of Bread 10? d.. Sitting Magistrate- W.H. Hamilton, Esq.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

Commissariat Office, Sept. 16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24th December 1825:—   Hobart Town. Oct. 7—Champion & Co. ... ... ... 8000 at 3 7/8d. 14—Ditto ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 21—Ditto ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 28—Richard Dry ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto Nov. 4—Ditto ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... 8000 ditto 11—Champion & Co. ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 18—Ditto. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 25—Ditto ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto Dec. 2—Andrew Downie ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 9—Patrick Wood ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto 16—H. W. Mason ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5000 ditto Daniel Stanfield, jun. ... ... ... ... ... 3000 ditto 23—Thomas Stanfield ... ... ... ... ... 8000 ditto Jericho and Lemon Springs.—John Presnell,   weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at   3 3/4 per lb. Bagda...

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To His Honor Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

To His Honor Lieutenant Governor Arthur Sir,- His Majesty's Attorney-General by a letter of yesterday's date has, enclosed to me an extract of a letter from Alfred Stephen.   Esq. to your Honor, of date the 10th of last month, relative to an action Thornton- v. Evans, in which I acted as Attorney for Mr.   Thornton the plaintiff; and he has requested         me to communicate to your Honor how far     the charges therein made are founded in   truth. It is on this account that I now take I ¿be liberty^of addressing your Honor. j Mr. Stephen -sets out by alleging, that " the &ttorney»General is the ussignee of all Thorn- ton's effects, in trust for Messrs. Hopley and LinghaTfl, the Attorney-General's constituents in England. In these characters he causes an action to be instituted by Thornton v. Evans." How Mr. Stephen could have the'temerity to make such a -statement as this, I cannot comprehend, un...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

VERANDA STORES, ~~" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. MR. DUNN has this Week received prime Gloucester and Pine Cheese ; Salad and Sweet Oil ; Window Glass, IO by 8, and 10 by 12 ; Gentlemen's Beaver Hats; a few Cases of superior Shirtings; Gentlemen's Shoes Fustian Slops ; Shot of all Sizes.-ALSO, most excellent Yellow Soap, warranted to stand the Weight; and Mould Candles. 63" Phoenix TEA, at reduced Prices. ON SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned in Campbell-street.-Mauritius Sugar, by the ton or bag ; Tea, by the chest ; superior Brazil Tobacco, in basket ; Claret, Burgundy Port, and other Wines Rum Shrub, in pints   Rice, by the bag ; Duck, Dowlas, and Cloth Trowsers ; Blue Cloth, Pea and Monkey Jackets ; Red Baize and Cotton Shirts ; colour- ed Cambrics, Muslins and Stamped Cottons Dimities, fine Muscatel Raisins, Falling Axes Iron Pots, &c.-The above will be Sold on reasonable Terms, for Cash, Colonial Produce or good Bills at 3 Months. ' _ Horatio Wm. Mason. IF Ja...

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NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

NORFOLK ISLAND. The accounts from this renovated penal settlement are rather of an interesting de- scription. H. M. Cutter Mermaid, Captain Penson, arrived in the Cove from thence last week, after a stormy passage of thirteen days. Considerable progress has already been made in arable cultivation. Six acres of wheat are in the ground, three acres and a half of maize. Potatoes, cabbages, peas, and other varieties of vegetables, are planted, and every thing bears a very promising appearance. The sur- face of the whole Island was overspread with grass, four, five, and six feet high. Guava trees are in great abundance, as also orange and lemon trees. The coffee plants flourish most luxuriantly. Some of them are seen bearing not less than four or, five bushels of coffee. Pine trees, of a very fine size, are numerous. The various animals have in- creased to a wonderful extent-such as pigs, fowls, pigeons, &c The pigs are very large. Several of the prisoners, who are of the worst a...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 September 1825

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1825 We have now reached the third Act of the Drama ! Whether it will turn out to be Tra- gedy, Comedy, or Farce, we can hardly yet venture to anticipate. It is truly non-descript at present. The Public Prosecution, and the Private Investigation, on the self-same char- ges, are going on at the same time. In the morning in the Court, in the evening before the Commissioners! It is indeed a fearful struggle, and it is highly gratifying to every man possessing a particle of Independence to witness the chearful ease with which the At- torney-General attends to the public and pri- vate business confided to his able hands, not- withstanding the two-fold battle in which he is engaged. The Public anxiety is wound up   to a pitch, which cannot be described, in ex- pectation of the result. That the Attorney General will come honourably and unscathed out of the fiery ordeal, to which he has been subjected, the truly triumphant vind...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY,SEPT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

?g»u»reme (ffoutt* FRÍ0AY,;SEPT. ¡30., _ , The, AÇT-ORNEY-GENERAL stated, that he \yus veify tlegirous^of then shewing cause against the ,Kule ohtaineo) by the Solicitor ¡Óeiíera.^that the interrogatories should be amende'd ai.d settled by the Court. £ J jTlie CHIE^ JUSTICE expressed, his regretj that^as'authorities were not produped by the! Solicitor^GçneraJl \n support of his first applica- tion pn~ ttiis subject, that he had not hesitated inscomplying with it. He thought it' best however that cause should be shewn in the usual manner., , MONDAY, OCT. 3. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL this day shewed cause in the. above Hule. >Ve shall only re- port the leading features of thetLearned Gen- tleman's speech. He stated, that in shewing cause" against this Rule, he was placed in a most painful situation ; that he was called upon to answer intenogatories, which, not- withstanding what., the SOLÏCITQR-GI NERAL had stated, as to the purity of his motives, were exhibited, njot for the object dec...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

<KU*aittr0 grtow*« [710R SALE, at the Warehouse of J. GRANT, C Macquarie-street,-White calicoes, Rus- sia sheetings and diaper ; muslins, a few pie- ces of fine printed cambrics, London work threads and sewing cottons ; Rose blankets, of sizes ; window glass, IO by 8, 12 by 10, and 14 by 12 ; decanters, ladies' straw bon- nets, ladies and gentlemens' beaver hats and bonnets; mens' plated hats, strong sacking, and Hessian wool bagging ; English sewing twine, slop clothing, Welch flannels, (»laid cloaks and coating ; a great variety of adies' warm shawls, bombazines, perfumery and brushes of all kinds ; ladies' shoes, London-made cart harness, iron, of all sizes ; ironmongery, planes^ and carpenters' tools ; dial weighing machines.--Brandy, fine fla- voured Jamaica Rum, of high proofs ; supe- rior Cape Madeira, Brazil tobacco, sugar, by the bag ; tea, fee, ; and a great variety or other Goods, which he will dispose of on very liberal terms to wholesale Purchasers of respect...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

Ship News Arrived on Saturday last from Sydney, the Colonial schooner Governor Arthur, Captain Currie, with 100 chests and half-chests of hyson-skin tea, and various other merchandize. - Passengers, Mr. J. H. Reibey, (owner of the Vessel and cargo), Mr. Solicitor Patterson, and Mr. Black, of the Australian Company.   Same day arrived, in 16 days from Macquarie Island,the brig Cyprus, Captain Todd,       with 66 tons of elephant oil, for the house of Edward Lord, Esq. - She brings full accounts of the information which had been before   received of the loss of the Caroline, Captain   Taylor of this Port. This ship, having on board about 130 tons of oil, was driven on shore on the Southwest side of Macquarie Island, and   totally wrecked. No lives were lost, and about 40 tons of the oil were preserved. The gangs on the Island had been without provisions for some weeks previous to the arrival of the Cyprus. Captain Taylor...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

Government Regulations. MR. JOHN BARNES is appointed Supernu- merary Assistant District Surgeon upon the Medical Establishment, to be stationed at the Coal River. Mr. JOHN CLEEVE is appointed Constable for New-town, vice Mr. Maddocks. Mr.THOMAS COLLICOTT is appointed Pound   keeper for New-town, vice Mr. Maddocks. QUARTER SESSIONS.-The General Quarter Session of the Peace will be held as follows :-At Hobart Town, on the 7th Nov. ;   at the Coal River, on the 14th ; at Jericho, on the 19th ; at New Norfolk, on the 21st ; at Camp-     bell-town, on the 23d ; and at Lanuceston, on the 5th of December. WORKING BULLOCKS.-Required im- mediately, for the Use of Government, Twenty Young Working Oxen.-Tenders will be received at the Engineer's Office until the 14th October, from Persons willing to dispose of the same. Bank of Van Diemen's Land IT is particularly requested, that all Per- sons residing in the Country who may require to transa...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1825. We bave great pleasure in announcing that the Rule, obtained by Mr. STEPHEN against The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, was on Wednesday discharged by His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE We refer our Readers to our report of the pro- ceedings on that occasion. The Secret In- quiry is still going on ; and we hope to be able to lay before the Public a full account of the proceedings of this most unconstitutio- nal and truly Anti-English Tribunal. We shall in our next draw the public attention to the whole of the legal proceedings which have thus terminated, as we all along antici- pated ; and to the extraordinary occurrence of charges of such a nature as those exhibited by Mr. Stephen against His Majesty's- Attor- ney-General, the second officer of rank in the Colony, ending as these have done, without one single mark of disapprobation on the part of the Government, against the individual who has thus dared to drag this high and most popular Public Officer before the S...

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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 7 October 1825

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE By the Governor Arthur we have received letters from our Correspondents, and the Sydney   Journals to the 15th Sept. We shall in     our next make as copious extracts as our limits will admit of. The Public mind seems to be in as hot a state of ferment in that Colony as is unhappily the case here. Indictments are preferred by the Grand Juries against Dr.   Douglas and other Magistrates, for cruelty   and oppression committed by them in their Magisterial capacities, some so long back as ten years ago. The operation of Juries is   productive of the greatest public good. Not   a single public grievance or nuisance of any   kind but which is enquired into and presented.   The comparative advantages possessed     by our Australian brethren in this respect are   too striking to require comment. The Journals &amp...

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