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New Female Factory. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

New Female Factory   (FROM A CORRESPONDENT)                 On my first visit to the new Female Factory, I addressed a   few observations to you on the injudiciously chosen site of     that building, and upon the bad health enjoyed by many of   its inmates, but especially the great number of deaths among the infant children, owing, as it is generally considered, to the   dampness of that situation in the winter season. Although     you published my letter in your valuable Journal of the 7th of August last, still the Public have not yet been made aquaint- ed with the number of deaths which have taken place in this   badly selected place of punishment. I have waited with some anxiety to see a report published in the Official Paper, agree-   ably to your suggestion, of the number of deaths whic...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

Choice Croödöiif; n^u^^ . A MORRISON, Uverpppl-ströe^ hëarlyj ilL .opposite the British ' Hotel ^'begs; 'íeavp'.'to'irifo'rm thal Public, thàt'he will SELL'OFF .' the1 .'remaining' part of his; ¡Stock of Goods,.on moderate Terms', much under the usual; Prices, as lie intends .returning .to «England; in a very shbrtj time, Viz *~^ ;-- '[ W>.???:.? " «>?-<?> 1-,!"'' ""_"';;.''; Ladies' Leghorn and straw bonnets ,, ,;.; r< ,,;';.>-? j ii :í: Boys': bud'girls'round Leghbrn'liBts^1 . ,V-,-i' i > ;.!? Black and white pstrichifeathers-.- ;' -'^'; ^"^..V",',^ ; .... English'aiid French ribbands ?} 'r- ; ;': ','. ;'';';! "¿'VV','.]'. i Lace, quillings, frilliugs1-- .">?<>?.??:.[ ? ?>' ?>' '.'?' '.??¡"i ;\> " j . ;?:,, «Plain andfigured bobbin netfc'i; .-( ' -"' 'v'-'«'.'-"' ly * .j .V .Black and. white lace veils>ica^s;:cpllar*j?&c.'of avery ;; iU ,, description. ?.; .,;.:. .?._.i:-;-.líic!'íw-1>-í¿'.-.-'.'-;-í"'.--...

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The Legislative Council OF New South [?]ales. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

Tbe Legislative Council \ . . « ? ? . ^ ' ! , Neto $out9 H2»'ale*. Having been favoured .witha copy of the Standing Ordert. adopted by the, Legislative Council; for the regulation of there'! proceedings we have much pleasure, in laying them before our, -readers;"' " ,! '.'-'; .';:l'",':'. ;,'.' '.'l-W--!-'-. "?.- -,- ? 'v-! ". '. ;' Tbe publio will noiy b¿ sntislied that their laws aro not in-, 'considerately'made.''?,".'Evéry'-nécessarj; precaution is-Jaken'to secure thorpogh deliberatici: aita discussion on -all Bills sub-! mitted to the Council, tbe'stages'througb which they pass¿ ;be-j fore tljeir Ona) adoption as laws, bein;';.similar- to thone in the' House of Commons." Regulations ¡ike these; coupled with the eightdays' notification through the hewspEp£i;6,'giVe,,ample; security for cautions legislation. '-,- ,. -, -,: >. ? The 24th and following ártipíes, ob the subj«ct of Petitions, are highly satisfactory, throwing open as tháy do the doors of ? tbe Council Chamber to t...

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THE HERMIT IN Van Diemen's Land. (No.20. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

v 1/ ' . i in /L.Fan ®itmtnf* HaiW*tNo.2o. ?> ~~ > " " There is not in the world a greater error than that whiefi '-' fools are So'a pt to tall into, i»pd knaves with good reason to * encourant','tlie mistaking a satirist for a libeller; whereas to u trne satirist nothing is so odious a» a libeller; for the same '". t eaton as in j man truly virtuous, nothing ia sot hateful as a hypocrite."-Pops. < ", » " uv »ir«V) í ¡It is not; long'since,'{hat I took, occasion^to express myself , favburablyof the Rulers of this Island", in respect to the estab- lishment of Orphan Schools, making,' at the same tirae,.a,few general observations upon the great benefits arising to the "'community from disseminating knowledge by means of the ¡education of youtb. WhenxI so conveyed my sentiments, a ' ' little publication, in the shape of an Almanack, edited as I am told by a Gentleman of great literary pretensions, had not "come into my hands ; and I was, therefore, somewhat sur- prised...

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Pulpit Discourses. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

1 >.--_ Pulpit Discourses. ' ' " \ !.-. As Puritanism^is xarrSed to.the most;ühhällpwed tengtlis(in j the! Ausfruliuii'Colonie^ -. I tfolldwihg'extracij fïbin the Íioñd,oñ'Tiiüe¿, b'eing'part of a pub- j L-lished sermon, containing "thé libéral doctrine of the Church '. j ;of England;, on 'the subjefetó^ratiónalamuseineuts, which,will ] be. found on1 reference to Catholic coùiitrïès to, be also', the . ? j opinion of Catholic Churchmen^' The éloquent Preácbercalls j ithigb treason against 'religion, as sinful libels' against. the " !? example of,pur Saviour himself, to deny innocent amusements. . . j .^Yeíeañi'estlyrecoriilnend'a careful and attentive perusal,,con- ! ¡vinced that it, contains the genuine principles of true Chris- í itianityr-i-'V-"-?'-.?'.-' .;-;1;-: '" ,' '.',. '.,' j ;: -..?'As.we haye sometimes'noticed from 'thepulpit,.we are'not, ,Waking-ä new iblo, or'devialrngfroni bur old one, if we re- i xommend^lo perusal two:sernibns'recently published by^Mr. i Harness,...

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ENGLISHMEN, HEAR ME! [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

ENGLISHMEN, HEAR- ME ! ' * .' ¡ Revenues of tlifc1 Church'.-Tlie'.CatUolic.'C^èrgy built, andïre náireU th«Churches oiít'of tbë'Tiihe'saiid^Cliu'rcl.ijRévenues.r-' There were im those"happy'dayï nfivPóyi-iatea, na.Church-) rntesVandno Workliduse».-Acts.'ó'f PaVlbVmeñt of thpse days declare tjeel', pork1, muttoii,"a'ntl véal,.tb'bè the common.food ofithe! poorer softH>f:tieuplei:-Th'è" Catholics "built' al) /oui^C»-1 thedrals, founded and endpwed all the great-schools that are, evthinow ttf tthg!ari"d;-ahd todhaed every, great .publicjcliarity. there was no National Debt. , u ,," , 3,, i m i -! .«'<lît^^tshlM'eHik.^RiÄ^£,af;'iliesfe"tbin'g's';,añfá,,rknów',y4u.wMl I act justly. tS:¿¿:!"jL:aj*. ,:^itiíAWcó«BEyt.i ^'¿feh^bgi©*^ ^ >.;-?'" *"",4,^-i ~"-.-* . ty* i the abuvtí étatetaetit b* ftùbb'orn facts, was poned ,iu,te« 4s, | .prtT*ouslyttt*ïrreeUSî;«lfth'e High ClioxckTwes aud¡Br*U>» wickers, who had endeavouied to get up a Petition against the j Catholic Relief ...

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Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

Murder.       Whereas, a convict, named James Brown, No. 1180, per Lady Harewood, is charged with being the perpetrator of the   murder of Constable George Lucas, on the 9th instant, in the district of Oatlands. Notice is hereby given, that a reward of Twenty Pounds will be paid to any person or persons, who shall lodge the said James Brown in any of His Majesty's gaols, and a Ticket of Leave, in addition, will be given to any   prisoner, who shall apprehend the said James Brown, or di- rectly assist in his apprehension.   P. A. Mulgrave, Chief Police Magistrate. The said James Brown is a house servant and groom; height, 5 feet 3 inches and three quarters, age 48; complexion dark;     head round, hair black, whiskers black, visage oval, forehead perpendicular, wrinkled; eyebrows black, eyes grey, nose long, mouth medium width, chin medium length. C. H.   square and compass, No. 30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

jSfflfa Lieuteoanij3j$ÀSW».^iMB'Ä^?^'i'¿,'^""T > ??.*#.# 'i^f^^m^äsm^pkmm $»\& these goods >vViü ;te.d)r;M^;/||^ JÍU|i^jtow^!^^ ^ ; ? arrivâl.of^e^;^^^^^^.^^ <5M«*d>2k; >' ????. HP-rWJlv«»!*;^ 'fUCE«T,'warehoused free of Expen*««¿"A , '^¡-¡W' ."..'.' i¡ ! ' Angost, 2^1829..,.;h,,;.,;,;,, .¿^^'.^t^, "' ' / _ HAREWOOD, ..Richard Limqn, Commander, Tiltil Ship buying the greater part of ter Cargo engaged, .will 'prore^ ai regular Poop, and ex^^ "ríes a Surgeon. ; ' _;, .«., _..-:.-,v,.i,-;,-,-i.' .--,???.'.'<.-* .-.:?.;?.>.>" I ??" Wc^l, ibtended'iob« »hipped by this Vessel,.will.be ware» . housed free of Expence.. ?.. ,,,"?, ,» ,<?.?..?.., ?,:?/? > ' '-a^'n j For "Freight or Passage apply to the Commander oo board ; :. \ i"'-!" '.'!?.'? V,'";" 'JÔHîi'IC^ERliimd^V.'^iliSÓNr-AgenuV '" )ff»c<iuanê-»trèet, Ari'p$t;Í4, Í829¿¡, ; .,!.',.'. ?.,:??... ií>: j ,. :,- , ?:;? , ;-I, i .-..,; "'': ;;" ? . , i _h, : j i _ .....

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

^^w==* SHIP §K NEWS. Oct. 2.-Arrived the ship Sovereign, William M'Kellar, Coromandel, fiom Sydney the 3d in mint, with SA pieces cedai, 3 bulos, 5 i ases, and 1 ke« cream ol tartar, and I cask cheese, to oider , 24 coils íope, john Bell ; 1 innre, Thomas Smith ; 2 cases cloth and Cheese, George Whitcomb ; 1 bale and, 2 bundles ¡>aclcs, TUwos and Hewitt; 1 bale keiseymeiis, ditto ; 326 planks cedar, William Wilson ; S casks cheese, 1 bale slop*, 3 crates earthenwaie, 1 axle-tree, 2 \-""""" --".»-? anvil, i^ucc, t pairr.bellows^idJ2^mareMÏ. empïy'hagC\J.,T, flfcUlhi ¿04$ an »*nïï*Bttei«î«î %#C». U iuPi; D.. #»odPMrf| ^^iowcIi,-** Mr sF*t»a£; CaptiftiV _. _. ..._., Maim Poole, 39th Regiment, Adjutant Mongomery, Lady, and n.^jfiiuldj.eji,.ditto,U.Eiisign D^i;i.11»6i»illilU,i#a^um^BaJWtA, aie.iu*.<*öraen,i«lt<r*18 children. Oct 15 - Arrived the ship Prince Regent, Charles Mallard, R.N. Commander, from Sydney the 3rd instant with a cargo of 93 kegs butter, 45 cas...

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COL[?] TIMES HOBART TOWN: OCTOBER 16, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

HOBART TOWN:   OCTOBER, 16, 1829       Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and Relgious Rights. Junius.       We feel much pleasure in announcing, that His Excellency Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR has directed that the Market   Place, so long prepared at the foot of Collins-street, near the Wharf, shall be open, as a general Market for produce, for   twelve months, free of any charge; and that Constables will       Ik placed thete for the piotection ef property, andthepré i -servatirm-ofardar on Pnesdays and Fridays, from 7 o'clock an the morning ti'l 2 in the atternoon. "? .. We peuei\é that a S>heep and Cattle Market (the çrcat il want of winch we have cleaily pointed out m a recent number | to be equally felt b...

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The Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

I , The Härtest. ,iw ihnB"er*'rom launceston fey this week's pwf inform us; oîfcremi:A1,,tiîî ^«nilyofUiat tcriUe'-com county T1* ?k ^*b,<v. Well,,and that there is every .prospect of a f55f-i -.*d1^n. Monday last, which we are happy to learn ex ^wLÄiitom,?Jri,itrieU ontl,i' side oflhe Wllnd. iri,.^ derfu,ly »efrcshed t».e pastuies and wheat crops! dLiï« ?* MSUInc, a beautitul appearance. Tbe feed For I lower «««.^".'."^ W badi in ieveral P!*ces'. tlU «1,is siiower restoi ed the whole veeetation. ? >\

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A New Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

< ' _ Ä Vtew Discovery. i uaptain William Fisher's, R.N. invention for watering ships, does not require that the water casks shpuld be íenioved front out of the bpati, but by means of which they may be filled at the rate ot a ton ot water m tour minutes. Accoidjng to the Hampshire Telegraph, the apparatus consists simply ot a forcing pump, with* five inch cylniriii*, which-may be curried by two men in a hand, barrow to a well, uver, ppnd, or arty reservoir of tresh water, and the water is then torced through some newly invented hoses to any distance. The chief merit of the plan lies In the holies, which are manufactured under Captain Fisher's directions, and were the result of a long, expensive, and arduous application to the subiect. The> are made of canvis, in lifiy leet lengths, fastened to each other by brass nozzles, whjcfi are secured by a moving scicw collar, there tore in screwing them together, the hoses need not be turned over. The hbáes are made without seam...

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Loose Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

lioose Horses. - Sir,-Among the many nuisances to which the Inhabitants of Hobart Town ate subject, I beg, through the medium ft join paoei, to call the attention ol the Aulhqiilies io one, hitherto oveilooked, but now increasing to such a degree as to endnnger the lives ot the passengers walking1 the'slieets; It is the ulipa tdouable neglect ot cutters and peisons pet nutting their wild carthorses to pciambulate the town ip full gallop, witt out a drive), when sending them to water. Out ot the many instances 1 might enumetate, 1 shall merelj particula- rise one. Theie is a grey cart horse in Liverpool street, let out of the stable at a ceitaui hour almost everj rtay to gamboi,about the streets, and not only gallons b> (to the great riscjuc of all «bo are nut alei t enough to clear the road in time), but attacks the tust he meets willi tri eat perseverance mid effect ;. tor it wits not later than last wetk I saw ,htm knock down a child, per- haps killed it, for wlien taken up, it...

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Rather Blue. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

Rather Blue« The contemplated reductions in the numbers of the Company's Anny, and the half Batta allowance have sunk a good many down in the mouth, and pioduced various squibs, of whiclrthe following, dated from Moofussil, and signed R., may serve l'or a specimen :- ' ' And how are you otf for the cash, Brother Sub 7 why the cuttings have even reached you I Yes, J'm placed on half butta, can't pay tailor nor hatter, and tilings look with me rather blue, Bl other Sttb, yes, and things look with you ra- ther blue. t And how are you off for your pay, Doctor Pill ? It appears even you are cut too I Yes, I'm d_ill at case sine« they cut our rupees, and I'm thinking things look rather blue, Doctor Pill, yes, I'm thinking things look i-.ither blue. And how do you feel in-tliese times, Pardon Church ? You'ie safe,-for cloth is but few?-Why tlny've not cut us yet, but I'd lay a good bel, that ihn' now black', wc soon shall look blue,-Pal son Church, yes, though now black, you soon shall loo...

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Police Report. Police Office, Hobart Town, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

Police Report I Police Office, Hobart Town, October ii 9. John Taylor, a watchman at the Penitentiary, who has been there for ilie last six years, in, tlie special confidence of Mr. Gunn, was this day examined on a charge of stealing 41) lbs. of flour, it baring been abstracted from the poor prisoner»' morning allowance of skillagalee. The piactice is supposed to have existed -for some time, as the fellow'has'been in i the habit of keeping pigs and poultry, which tealised him from | 2j. to 3/. per week, independent ot a large foundation of« ¡i brick house, on the New-town road, which, with the pius and poultry, noMoubl have been plundered fi-om the very' vitals'of ,his poor fellow prisoners confined in the-Barracks. He was . committed tor further examination. ' William Fraser, a-man of colour, who bad the audacity to keep a common brothel in the heart of Macquarie Street, to the great annoyance of the respectable inhabitants of that part, was this day £50 for grog-selling. This will...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

SKIP 2ÉÜ& NEWS. Oct. 52.-Sailed the ship York, John Moncrief, Commander, for the Isle ofFrance, willi 3KiO shingles, 307 sheep, 50 bushels oat«, fl tom liity, 193 firkins turner, 4 casks potatoes, (> ditto cocoa-nut oil, 3 tons bacon and hams, 45 barrel» pink, 1 bo«; hog's laid, 1 cases Indies' cloaks und Guernsey frocks, und 2 packages biscuit and flour. t'exxels remaining i» the Harbour. -Arrived on the IClli, the Margaret, John Pringle, master, Svdjney» v/\i\\35IT bagsj sugar, consigned to J. H. lteibey. Pns s«»u?¿ii¡janies Kijig, B>q.-Sailed on the I2t)i, the brig Queen Chartottej Captain ReiialdspnJjr(>x.SyjUt^J_wilha17aO_husluils, of wheal, and u lew sundi les, consigned ,to Kobe/1 CantpbelI and Co.-Sailed mi the IfftlftYhe hríg'BÍizábetlí] E/U.-Oldneld, WigniOoskiin, shipped by. Thomas.Williams., ,, "

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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

, . To our'SuDßcriljers. Il is reqiieiied tfiat all Person,!, who arein arrear foi' Jffpiti }Hiptrs,ltwiíl ligar in : mind the wry weighty e,\pences and laho j ««.«j duty attending tty pubîicaliun -of a itewspaper, in this C'o ' lowj,''and uri auge the accounts ¡tu, presented tojhem at theil earlie<,t<canyenicHce. I i,

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

Vessels expected £rom England With Mercliandixe and Passengers. < Richard ^ Inlijii l9n,WalSt>h, > Harvey, 280", *?'.- - ^-11- i Sjdntj Packet, 145, I William Cleveland, 187, ? i \v 4 Wai nick, « Eli/n, Leary., Adams, --,Tj áncV.lin. Isibellu,-, Socket. 'leisa Miif-j, -, H|irtley. Peicv,¿50, Middleton. H""ier,---; " t.-...._-. Vid* uti the Lake, -,> Smith i Nuiicv, 400, Worsley Tutet puse,-, Watson. \ Wanstead, 300, Lung De»eron,300, G, Nichol. '* "-- "" ' - >SuucVJ-*ek, 169, Kent. > Peter Proctor, 50(1, lirry. AchniialCocM)inu,350,Henle\ CilisU, 320, Hawkins. Murj Ann, 480, Matthews. John. Pedder, } Ann, Hathaway, 280 tons J Li tus, 500, bummersoii. s Protcctoi, 380, '1 lumms. S tl.,.n....i,,.,u."n Ann Ct. i Atwick, 500, Jcflrey. } Gai ohne, 400, Fe* son X liiinniru, 2i>8, Smilh, Jim. \ Cape Packet, --, Di\on. H ith J>> Uona s. Sophia,-, 1 Heiy, mnle. i Sin rey. Î Vtctorm, 395, Smith, ditto. Ï Lady of the Lake, 213, female jLarii East -, IV alke.1...

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Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

Swan River. » \ * The following is the bill to-provide, fora limited time/o-r the Government of his Majesty's Settlements in Western Aus- tralia, on the Western Coast of New Holland. ' » Whereasdivers ot hisMdjest}'s subjictshavc by the licence' and ccnsc.nl of Ins Majesty, effected a settlement upon cell-tin wild and unoccupied lauris on the Western coast ot New Hol- land and the islands adjacent, v, Inch settlements have received and arc known by the name of Western Austialu , and where- as it is necessary tom ike some tempomry pi ovision foi ihçtivij government of the saul settlum-nt until the sud uiulcitiking shall be huilier matured, and the iitimbei ot colonists m the I said settlements inciuiscd, be it therefore enacted by the I King's Most HjvCLlknt Majesty, by and willi the advice and consent ot the lords spuittial, una tcmpoial, and commons, in this present pailiatnent assembled, and b} the Authority ot the same, that it shall and nuy be lawful toi his Mujest}, his heirs a...

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Manure. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 October 1829

, Manure« The importance of saving tlie stale of cattle, for the purpose of manure, has justly been a favourite theme amongst* the greatest agriculturists, but in noway can it be turned to such advantage, as by tilting eartli to form a top.dressing for grass. .Even when applied ,alone, and without any admixture, it im Íiroves ,gi ass to a high degree, and with little tumble, and at ittle expense. Every farmer has the means of keeping up the -fertility of his grass ¡lands, without.robbing his other crops. The refuse of soap, orioaper's ashes, and even soap suds, or soapy water, may be used to good account, as top dressing, as may lime-rubbish of any kind, and soot, although it he some time after the application of the latter before cattle will relish the grass ; but, in shoit, every kind of earth, and manure, ap- plied to «the surface of grass land, is producln-e of beneficial effect. Besides extirpating heath and coarse herbage, and bringing up .white claver, lime hasMhe immediate e...

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