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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, IS2S. 'Assize Prm of Bread, the 2 lb. Loaf. 5d. Currency-or A¡\d Sterling. Currency Price of Wheat, from 7s. to 8s. per Bushel ; English Barley, 5s" Cape ditto 4s. 6d. ditto * Beef or Mutton, (k1. per lb; Pork, lOd. per ditto; Fresh "Butter, 3?. 6rf, per ditto ; Eggs, 33 6d. per dozen ; Potatoes, 6s. per cwt ; Firewö'-d, 10s. per load of 4 bullocks. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, W. ti. Hamilton, Esquite.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
' "GOV KRNMmT NOTICB. Colonial Secretary's Ö///ce, JiweQK 1826. rf"iËKTLFlCATEol'"lixj)iranoii of Term ^-y of Sentence, Conditional Pardon, or .Ticket of L«*ave, have been grauted to the undermentioned Persons during the last'Week : CERTIFICATE. .William Lane ...... Uiomedary CONDI'I ÎONAL PARDON. J Joseph Barrett.. Sir W illtaua-Bensley J TICK ItT OF Ll'.AVlî. j . George Hvde(Eas-) c. n AC "r , ( . . tern Marges) . 4>* Godfrey Webster] W. H. Hamilton (Act,) Col. atcictB^.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 23, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
. GOVERNMENT NOT!CR Colonial ^ecrctan/'s üj/ice, Jiuc '23, ¡82!i I 1>LQÜÍlvKl), for me "Public Sei vice, ' ^-^ thp undermentioned Articles : - Two dozen, each, four, sis, and eight inch [ron Hob s Two cwt. Chinóle Nails, One cwt. Pump Tecles, Twelve, each, hand and cross-cut Saw Sets, ! Six sets of Cart Tite, with Nails, ' Twenty.four Cupboard Locks, Fifteen cwt, Wool. Thirty gallons tfpeim Oil, One ton Lamp Oil, One cwt. Cotton Wick, ( Five cwi. Candles, One cwt. Grain Tin, i Two cwt. Harness Leather, Ten cwt. J unir, Fifty Reams fooh-cap Paper (Quality No. J) Fifty Reams ditto ditto (ditto No. 2) Fifty Ream« ditto ditto (ditto No. 3) Jpifty Hearns ditto ditto (inferior) Twenty-four Wafer Stamps, .Eighty-four yards Blue Second Cloth, JS'ine yards'Scarlet ditto, Thirty-six yards Brown Holland, Twenty four dozen Metal Buttons (large . size) ! Forty eight yards Blue or Black Silk Twist ' One gross Button Moulds. Persons, willing to Rrpply the same, are requested to send in 'fenders...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, June 22. - The schooner Darling, J. Smith master, from Sydney 2d June, with 10 skins tobacco, 46 bags sugar, 10 chests tea, 6 cases oranges, 149 feet cedar, shipped by Thomas Street, for Mr. &nbsp; Underwood, 1 case muslins from C. Appleton, to W. Cooke, 5 chests tea, and l8 &nbsp; bags coffee from W. Penaray, 1 case calicoe, 126 bushels maize, and 8 bags sugar, from Mr. Street to Mr. Underwood, 8, chests tea from Mr. Clarkson to Mr. Collicott, and li cases snuff to Mr. D. Ker. Passengers - Edward Catlin, and John Brown. &nbsp; SAILED. This Day. - The schooner Sally, Thomas Crabtree master, for Waterhouse Island, with bundles iron, 40 casks implements, nail, &c. 17 packages farming implements, and a supply of seeds, slops, flour, &nbsp; tobacco, rum, chalk, candles, rope, tar, a mill, 6 grindstones, and a cart, for the new establishment forming opposite that island, Passengers - Messrs. Henry Widdowson and Kingd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
LAST SHIP THIS SEASON. J'*&t' FT011 ENGLAND DI Ck* KECT.-Thefirat Class .^jtofiP Shíp CJPE PACKET *?&?&$&&&§ Captain Kellie, is under Engagement' to return Immediately from Sydney to load for London.-Her Cargo is nearly all Engaged.-Early Application for Freight, therefore, is requested to be m«>de to Walter A. Bethune. J« OR SALE, the fine Fast-sail wg Schooner CALE DO- MA, C2.*? Tons Bur then. Wheat or other Colonial Produce, fît for Exportation, will be taken in part Payment. For further Particulars, apply to the Owner, Mr. Francis Barnes._ /""I AU! ION.- In Consequence of nu *-y merous Forgeries, the undeisigned requests the Holders of his Notes, for One Shilling; and under, will bring them forthwith to his Cuunting-house for Li- quidation.-As none will be issued in future, they are hereby cautioned against receiving them' in Payment after thU Date. June 22, 1826. * John Briggs NOTICE - In Consequence of the numerous Forgeries, ...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
SYDNEY NEWS. By the schooner Darling, we have Received our usual supply of Sydney Gazettes. rJ he ship Lady Rowena, an ¡ved there on the 17th May, with female prisoners from Cork, 19th January. The Surgeon Superintendent Dr/Espie, R. N. of this Colony. The most important European news is »hat from Russia,'bv which it appears, ihat Nicholas is seated 0» ihe Inipeilal Throne- The French Papers add, that an amicable struggle look place between the brothers, like lyladesand Oieste*, which of ihe two should sacrifice to the other, and that lachólas w./iild not mount the throne until Constantine came from Warsaw to abdicate it in his favour. It is veiy well Z îhe P'T*"1"8 t&lt;> put this colour opón the athur,_bui for ourselves, we look willi some suspicion upon this friendly struggle;! crowns ate not so readily resigned, and I we find that one of the regiments in ihe streets of St. Petersburgh, on the 27ih I December, when the army took the oath of allegiance, refused, aùd fir...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. \ Colonial Secretary's Office, June 15, 1826. npHE Principal Superintendent of Con *. victs, having repreiemed the D'fficulty of miking his Periodical Reports, owing to several Men not being duly accounted for, the Lieutenant Governor requests Settlers, and Others, will make immediate Return- to the Principal Superintendent, of all the Convicts in their Employ stating the Ships in which they arrived, and aLo the Date of Assignment. Hy Command of His Excellency, W. H HAMILTON (Act.) Col. S««eri»tarv. Commissariat Office, June 9 I, 1826« ^ONTKACrs.-FVifîSff MEAU. J Quarter commencing 25lh June and ending 24th September : Hobart Town. t lbs. per lb. D^.vid L rd.... 10,000 at 3 1. Ditto.20,000 ....gid. 1 Duio.... 30,000 .-..Sed. Win. Talbot. 20,000 .... 3d. I Punt. D,v,d Gibson ) S n y ,0rC3¿dt C Quarter, at J ftoss Bridge. : I-, m v ieii'cne, Quantity for Quarter, 3d. Lemon Springs John Prc*uell ...... Ditto ...... 3¿d. Hritrhion and Bagdad, .1 ^o.ouion*«.. Ditto ......
STATE OF THE WEATHER. FROM 11th TO 18th JUNE, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
STATE OF THE. WEATHER. "FROM lilli TO IB ii JUNE, 182Ö. lermometer Result. í3üÑu Showers Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy t^ Whatever appears in this Paper, not Official, is at the sole control and responsibility of the Editor. Many wise saws and learned sentences have of late depicted in alarming colours the evils about to visit us by a recurrence to sterling payments. Without Jayinglany claim to the merits of Euler or Demoivre, we would pronounce these fears vain. A debt of 100 dollars i« equally discharged by the payment of that number of Spanish dollars at" 4s. 4d. or of e£21 13s. 4d. of English coin ; and a pound of tea is sold al the same rate whether it be paid for by a Spanish dollar, or 4s. 4d. English. The natural plan will be to drop at once trans- actions in cunent denominations, and as the Bank will of course cancel its currency neues, the «¡hopkeepers must do the same .with regard to their shilling and sixpenny bills and those who wish lo continue that convenient specie...
POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
POLICE OFFICE. &nbsp; On Monday morning, while William &nbsp; Hutton and his wife were waiting for | examination, on a charge of stealing from &nbsp; the shop of Mr. Johnson in Liverpool- &nbsp; street, they contrived to get some drink, &nbsp; which had the effect of making the woman &nbsp; quite outrageous. Her insolence rose to &nbsp; such a pitch that Constable Kerbey went to &nbsp; secure her amidst the prisoners, of whom &nbsp; the yard was full, at the time in great &nbsp; confusion. Hutton, the husband, equally &nbsp; irritated, attacked Kerbey in the most &nbsp; violent manner ; and, seizing an axe, was &nbsp; in the act of felling him to the ground with &nbsp; tremendous force, when Constable Dillon &nbsp; providentially caught him round the body &nbsp; and averted the blow. The force with &nbsp; which the axe was wielded was such as &a...
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
MISCELLANY, original and select. The King; has a Royal chair at Windsor, made ouc of the trunk of the elm on which the Duke of Wellington stood at the battle of Waterloo. The owner of the field in which it grew had so many . visitors constantly coming to see it, that they trod down his crops, and obliged him to grub it up. Two millions of silver currency prepared for Ireland (and directed by an order of the King in Council to be assimilated to that of England), have been permitted to be circulated from the Bank of England, in order to afford aid to the transactions in specie. A new Bank is establishing at Edin- burgh with a million capital. À commodious harbour is building at Stonehaven on the coast of Scotland. Sixty coaches travel daily between the Bank of England and Paddington, and 56 between Paisley and Glasgow. One person in Hull alone, imported lately about one million and a-half of leeches in the short space of one month. When Dr Franklin was travelling over the barren mount...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 June 1826
TO FLUTE FLAYERS. r-jpO be SOLD, Ten Volumes of the * most favourite modern Pieces of Flute Music, by the be9t Performers, among whom are Nicholson, Jansen, D'cuet, Hcffm. isle , Weis', and others ; Also, two of Ruddal's superior Paient eight keyed and silver tubed Cocoa Flutes. To be seen by applying at the Gazette Office. ]*kj OTICE. - Notwithstanding repealed *-^ complaints in this Paper, and other- wise, it is still the practice of sonn- un- principled people to drive and walch their Cattle on Kensington Faim, and likewise to cut and steal Wood. Those who have Cattle and no Grass may he accommodated at a moderate charge ; a demand, however, of 2s. per Head wiil be made for every one found'grazing on the above Faim without Leave. Likewise, all Persons found cutting or stealing Wood will be prosecuted to the utmost Rigour of the Law. Two Men have been seen, on the Even- ings of Monday and Tuesday last, ramb- ling through the Bush at a late Hour, encouraging iheir Dogs, with dreadf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 July 1826
supreme court of van diemen's LAND. "ÄfOTICE is hereby given,* îhat the x^ Third Term, for 1826,-will commence on Monday the Third Day -of July next ensuing. James Wood, Jane 27, 1826.] Clerk of the Sup. Court. F« i/'ti':?'-»." 'V LAST SHIP THIS SEASON. OR ENGLAND DI. HECT.-The ar«t Class Ship CAPE PACKET. Captain Kellie, has te turned to this Port from Sydney to load for London--Her Cargo is nearly all Engaged.-Early Application for Freight, therefore, is requested to be made to Walter A. Bethune. POR SALE, the ?*. fine Fast-sailing Schooner CALEDO NIA, 221 Tons Bur mm n m __ then. Wheat or other Colonial Produce, fit for Exportation, will be taken in part Payment. For further Particulars, apply to the Owner, Mr. francis Barnes._ /CAUTION.-The Commander of the ^ Brig Fairfield hereby Cautions the Inhabitants against giving Trust or Credit to the Crew of the said Vessel, as he will not be retiponsible for any Debts by them contracted,_ TVTOTICE. - In Consequence of the *^ numerous F...
GOVERNMEN[?] NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 15, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 July 1826
GOVERNMEN I NOTICE. ¡Colonial Secretary's Office, June 15,1826 ''I^HE Principal Superintendent of Con, " victs, having represented the Diificulty of making his Periodical Reports, owing to several Men not being duly accounted for, the Lieutenant Governor requests Settlers, and Others, will make immediate Returns to the Principal Superintendent, of all thè^ Convicts in their Employ stating the Ships in which they arrived, and also the Date of Assignment. By Command of His Excellency, W. H Hamilton (Act.) Col. Secretary, Commissariat Office, June ^i', 1826. rioNTKACTs.-iJ'AJiîcSff meat: '* J Quarter corarnenciug 25ih June and ending 24th September': Hobart Town. ... lbs. ? per lb. David L.>rd .-.-....». 10,000 at 3d. Oiuo.20,000 .... Sid. Din..........30,000 .... 3¡d. Wm.Talbot. 20,000 .... 3d. j Punt» Donald M&lt;LeodíHaííeach.of*c) Ql. Derri Gibson ) ^Uann,y or i Sid. C Quarter, at } \ Ross Bridge. ! HU nry Jellicoe, Quantity for Quarter, 3d. Lemon Springs l John Presnell...