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COLONIA[?] TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 13, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 November 1829

HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 13, 1Ó29. Let it be impremid upon vom minds, let it he instilled into \ our childiru, llial the f.iheii) ni ilu Pus» is the Pallad immnl ali i (mi Civil, Pirluic.i), ami Religimis Rights. Jttnlus. The state pMhe Laws, by which the Colony is governed, has morte than once drawu from us a few observations, calcu- lated, we hope-, to direct- such attention to" them, as might remedy some of the defects of their system. When it is considei ed how much the1 well doing of any / State depends, not only upon its Code of Legislature, but upon how this code is admiuisteied, we are'sure'it will be general!} admitted there is no subject', so becoming the Pub- lic Press as this ; and now that there is at length some ex- pectation of the speedy meeting of the Legislative Council, we propose to make snell remarks,, from time- to time, as, in our opinion, the occasion may require. < ' We apprehend, however, that, the only enactment oin emanate fiom this Assembly, of '...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Public-house Licenses. IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 November 1829

Public-house Licenses.       IN HOBART TOWN.             David Watson Bush, Tasmanian Inn, Argyle-street. Elizabeth Beaumont, Scotch Thistle, Liverpool-street. Henry Bye, Man of War, Argyle street. Joseph Bowden, Lamb, Brisbane street.   John Butress, Jolly Sailor, Campbell street.   John Edward Cox, Macquarie Hotel, Macquarie street. Samuel Collins, Help me thro' the World, Collins street. James Chorley, Saint Patrick, Harrington street.   Thomas Chapman, Spotted Cow, Liverpool street.   George Cringer, Highlander, Macquarie street.   William Dennett, Dolphin, Campbell street.   Thomas Dixon, Hope and Anchor, Macquarie street. George Guest, Seven Stars, Campbell street.   Ann Hopwood, Green Gate, Collins street.     Thomas Hoskisson, Lion and Unicorn, Murray street...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Suppers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Suppers. ' It is a'mere mistake to condemn' suppers.'1 Alf ,lhe inferior animals stuff immediately, pievious' to sleeping ; 'arid-why riot man, whose stomach is so much smaller, more delicate, and more exquieile a piece of machinery Î Besides, it is u well know'n fact, that usuund'liutnan stomach acts upon a well diessed dish, with nearly the power of an eight-horse steam engine ; and this being the case, good1 Heavens! why! should one be afraid ol a few, tutting turkey legs, a bottled Barclay's brown stout,' n 'Welsh rabbit, brandy mid water, and a few , more such 'fooleries 1 We appeal to tlie com mon sense of bar readers and of the yvorJd. .

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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To our. Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

To our. Subscribers. It Is requested thal all Pénons, ioho are in ai » ear fot Xeifs papeis, will bear in mind the wry weighty, expymea and labo- rious, duty attending the 'publication oj u neil \paper in this Co- lony, and, arrange the account* as pieieitted to them at their earliest convenience. ,

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Colonial Education. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

- * ??1im^^0m^t'x j We copy the foll<M%>arHciè o¥ËHuoation from the South Afritan Commercial A'dvtftÜer,- the tíriúcip' hV beib^a^pliôSbTe lo this, as well as evérly:o'ttí«ír' Colony;'XWe'wIshiweTooW' ' see something of toe 'kinll' oh &'ltittrh\ s^leï ;eá<ábli'rfheil:,m i this Island-such an bne;;äsi eveiy^inlhib'iiftiit' o?>'iV-G$oYfy | ' conld conscientiously and-Creely .'p^ïrOoiïe'^olle'^S^rfs^iy j founded exclusively !for'oduoatiórn,f"aM'üo1tó'prom^ sionary, or sectariari ¡prittciples. -'WatviSiralsiJ tnätparti'bfthe j i funds of the Bible Sti'orety''werfeapßrt/pfiatedtksoTiigb'lyimpoí- i taut a purpose, as the instruction bftfdr Tasmanian-íóutn'J'ini the rudiment» 'ofvèdutsStî(JnV:'n^oii^whiblith"e. iUtu'reiWëlfareof the Colony'mnat.tímíneúilyaépéhtf.'-Stf would lay the foundation'of knowfidgfei'<>? Aní'áb'(jdaint&iceí with the Scriptures might Irery $ro'p'érlyíqll&wV 'or gb h'ao'd ui| hand with ; but It should n...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

To Correspondents* If" \ SvttsLn.\nuk"iitllfthiiisfi hi* n\tl nairn and adilrCTt, hi* Lrttir skull ht insiittit, otheiuite tie cannot give it publi uitlmi, consistently unthvur rute to tnicitno un njmoiis rom muiiiratwns, unten tu knott the ¡nu ti/ J i oin uhcnct. they come. . j" Ait vice tu neu It/ appointed Polite ATagist tates," m our ncit nalso, oneor tuo othet conti ¡buttons from Corrtspondents, uliuh. are unavoip'alilg^MstponLd

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Laws of Real Property. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

¡Laws of Real Property. We air led to understand that the Cumiiiissioueis appointed by His Majesty to inquire into the state ot the Lan« ot Real Property in tim kingdom, are pursuing the lmestigatiun in such a spun is is likely to produce a satisfactory result to the public tit (urge. We have ieason to bclie\e that the) meat picseiil dnecltng their consideration to the expediency ot making the following unionist oilier altérations in those, Uw.s - 1 the renderitig more uniform the stale of real property , by promoting the conversion into freeholds ot copyhold une rests, in encouraging enfranchisements ot tlie latter, by assimi laliut, customaiy modes and rules ol descent to the order and rules ot descent by the common 1 u\ , by annexing certain m cidents to copyhold ownerships, which only now belong to the ownership ol Ireehold piopeily, £.c. 2 The letuedyint, ol those rules of law which, being drawn from piniciples which li ive long since censed to exist, ha\e no lound itiou for th...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bugs' Repellent. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Bugs' Repellent. We have thcassurance of a Gentleman ihat, when travelling ,with his family, buth in the U»t and piesent year, it lins been their custom lo attach small bags of camphor to iliíTerent.parts of tlieir'uight dresses to keep away bugs ; and' that since (hey have commenced the application ot that remedy,they liuvù never received the sMiilHuê4-uniii>y-u.c3-frrM»!' these -insect«. -34iey were induced to try this experiment last yeal on their-way to town, having suffered severely at an inn on the road.' They 'persevered m its'use dilling a jimmey through parts of England, France,,and Switzerland, when ¿hey were often compelled to lemaui the night in places far.'from cleanly; but were not mo- lested in then-journey ot 1800 miles, performed-in the,hottest weather. 'Thisycar'thcy adoptad the sanie precautions during a journey of nearly-fiOO miles, 'in- England;- and with similar success. The influence of camphor in deterring the'approach of this harassing and loathsome insec...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Sheep and Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

. Sheep and Wool» '/:-:, As wc are:aUvays desiir-iiS'to impurj to our.frietids'jandihc'J -sjnierous.pettier» ¿nfeitustcd- iii.the article* off woolj w.bioh'is Mqiu'Stibrtaljly, fastxising*tp oneof:piiroHry.,importance as rrn eipo'rt, and pup .of prout and return-to--Van;Diemen,'s,Lapd, »I withstanding .tbe.'çnutitiued assertions of-some pfitlie.'Ntw'j Coutil Wales, that we are-cot- a woo':counlJ'J,i'(v,'t'Ma paruna-: city and obstinacy commensurate- totlieir entire, i^uorauce-of the'subject)', .the valuable, .information upon the management thereof, which we from' time to time derive'from-the best sources, we have much pleasure in giving a place in our co luimis to the following- Letter, at the request of a highly1 re- spectable Correspondent ;. and, though,the samples,-for coiri parisoh, cannot be: seen-by.all our readers;. ..yet,*: the remarks «terring to each,, will, to a certain extent, not be found the Uss valuable :- . . ., " London, Oct.-13,-18«., . /"ia,-We beg Iff accompany...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

New Stores at the' Wharf. 05Í SALE at .the- neW Store. o( the 'Under- signed, adjoining-, the. Commercial "Tavern, oakthe Wharf:r-'.': :.- ' ? -,;:';'.,.'. ; . .' ? '"-. ;;'";r'.;^' '.?*?;. Teas,inchests, half-chests and (¡ve.ca'ttn boxes' ''."..\!-;.v' ..' ' Fine'Isle of France and West ludía Sugar .,' ,? f,, v.: :¡ - .' ... East India .Rice. .-'..- -. -.-':'.'.'?.', Vj. ,-!',,-'.-v;'i"'-;---; . ..:West India Coffee ..-''?. ' '',:.r\':'\J-?^'ï.^-^'t^ït Pickles assorted, and Durham, Mustard',j'£fí£ ¿;^".¿'';'.<>:''iîi"; "Liverpool Salt- - ? , :, , ?l':,-.;'."r, ''%- ..>yi.;;.'',>V''""'--»'.;-'^-. - Sydnev and English Cheese >- ':.? ".. w'?^¡-'??'''.'y,';>;' ; .? Brazil Tobacco. "-? " "'' /;.,'';"';'.'''; !\\'^^'^%"X:^'4:"f '. Slops.of every description ;..V'.-.¿v':'. ¿.'^h.'.yí ;ÍV> í¿-;-<;'-i: '.,'.' Three and four bushel Sacks and Gnnny Bags' 'v1-n :'-(>>;. ; -.?? Soap, fifty-six boxes - ..'.?'. ' <" ':'.''\[:tt'Ar',:'%''.if...

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THE HERMIT [?]an Dicm[?]'s Land. [No. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

THH HERMIT .. ? Van BitmcVfi fUnD. [N0.25.I «« fhere « not in the world a greater error than that which f »Is arc so apt to tali min, ami knuyes willi good re«u>n to rnrniirtae, the« misttkmg » smirist f>r h libeller, whereas lo a true saurín nothing is so (Ml ion a as a lilli lier, tor the same ' nason nn'hi u mun truly virtuous, nothing is so hateful as n lij poet ne."-Pora. During, the course of my recent country excursion, I was tempted to become the purchaser of an Estate, on the other side of the Derwent, and certain legal forms, havipg conse- quently become necessary, it was matter of consideration with stat, which, of the various limbs of the law, who have taken up their abode m the Colony, I should consult. I was ao -cordiqgly led to refer to the notes, taken from my Informant's communications, in order to form such an opinion of their re spectire>merits, as might decide me. ' f ,One or two of the list, have already passed m review before niy> readers, but sever...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Public-house Licenses. (Continued from our last.) IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

PUBLIC-HOUSE LICENSES     (Continued from our last).     IN THE COUNTRY                     James Austin, Roseneath Inn, Glenorchy. George Aitchesen, York Inn, Oatlands. William Athorn, Black Horse, Sandy Bay. William Butcher, White Swan, Bagdad. James Brown, Crown Inn, Bagdad. Ann Bridger, Bush Tavern, New Norfolk. James Ketsal Buscomb, Lennox Arms, Richmond. Neils Bastian, Blue Anchor, New Norfolk. Samuel Bird, Green Man, Glenorchy. William Bignell, Crown Inn, Coal River Road. , Alexander Buchanan, Golden Fleece, Kangaroo Point,   William Currie, Blue Bell, Sorell.   Peregrine Clarke, Wheat Sheaf, Risdon.   Daniel O'Connor, Man of Ross, Ross Bridge. '   Oscar Davis, King of Prussia, New Norfolk. John Davidson, Clarence House, Clarence Plains. William Henry Fisher,...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 20, 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 Religious Rights. Junius.           It has often surprised us to witness in the periodical and ol ii tir.publications that have issued from the London "Press, ' observations upon ' the stiUe and condition of offenders, who >are transported to these Colonies, exhiniting either the gross- est ignorance or much worse properties, on the part of the waters. If tiley were to be credited, a man h»s nothing to do but commit some crime, for which the Laws of his country hare affixed transportation as the punishment, and a door is at-once opened to him, to wealth, freedom flora restr;iin(, and nearly unmingted happiness. This, once assumed as a fact, is forthwith argued upon, tending tu prove th...

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Ikey Solomons. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

  Ikey Solomons. A rumour has very generally prevailed, for the last three weeks, in the east end of the town, the theatre of the principal   part of his exploits, that Ikey Solomons had terminated, his ca- reer in South America, whither he had escaped from New York to avoid the consequences of some extensive frauds and forge- ries, which he, in concert with two others, who had been tried and convicted, had perpetrated on the banking-houses of that city. The rumour, from what has subsequently transpired, proves to have been utterly unfounded, and appears to have     been put in circulation by some of his friends here for the two- fold purpose of burying every enquiry into his fate, and con- cealing his meditated intention of going toVan Diemen's Land. To this rash step he is said to have been impelled by the only good feeling that had a place in his bosom, viz. a strong affec- tion for his wife and family, in the former of whom bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

.For Sale or Charter, OJST her return from Sydney, the fine Brig ; TRANMERE, . b«rthénf per Register 186 Tons : is . well found in Stores of'every description.--?Application to'be . made to tho Commander,'on board ';' or, to > ~,. : ' ; ?, ? .^y.r-X-'v -?'?- WILLIAM M.; ORR, Agent. '"'?X\'-À-y For'Sydney. fTlHE fine fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, . Í 'burthen 200 Tons, James Smith; Commander, will sail rförtbe abovePort1 in len days", having very superior accbm .Boditipn for Passengers.'-^-For Freight or' Passage apply to the Commander, on board ; or,.to ¡ ?;;.,:/>:^p;/--^:>--; ?-? --WILLIAM M. ORR; Agent. :.''.-'?':Äior-Öydney'« T;ïlfe;.fine fast-sajling Ship CL ANS jtfAN, 'hariug « xceltent Accommodation for Pas.. Qj^^^iÙ^^t^SjSktëS 'í^v*-MVííajrs.-Pot- 'Freight or Páiságe^íppíjilOcCajïtain RITCHIE, on board, or lo .-' ,-..:-.; CROMBIE, MACLAREN, & CO '*??? " .?-. :. '^uV-ry:-- "?'.?: ',---,. ' ? :;.?'.-' For london Direct. TOE fine River-built Ship LADY HAREWOOD, RÏ...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Sydney News. We have received Sydney papers by the brig Amethyst, to the 6th instant.                       The ship Guildford, Captain HARRISON, from Dublin, with 188 male prisoners, has arrived. She left Cork the 12th of August, and, having arrived on the 4th of November, made the voyage in the unprecedented space of 85 days. The Guildford has exceeded any other vessel in the number of passages she has made to these Colonies, with prisoners, her present trip being the ninth! Her first voyage was in 1810-11, under Captain JOHNSON, part owner, who con- tinued in command of the vessel till the last voyage. Our present Member of the Legislative Council, THOMAS AR- CHER, Esq. came out in her in 1811. The Guildford brings no important news. The Surgeon Superintendent of the Guildford, is Dr. HENDERSON.      ...

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Scabby Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

. Scabby Sheep. The following recipe is said to be an effective application for the cure of this disease in sheep :- Farmers whose lands lie in a low situation, and are subject to this disease, will find the following recipe ot infinite value. Take nitre, in powder, six ounces, ginger, fresh powdered, four ounces, colcothar of vitriol, in fine powder, two ounces, common salt, three pounds and a-half, boiling water, three gallons, pour the water hot upon the ingredients, stir them, and when about new milk warm, add to every quart ot the mixture, three ounces of spirits of turpentine, and bottle it for use. The following   drrectious must be strictly regaided :- Keep the infected sheep from food all night, on the lollowmg morning give to each sheep two ounces., or four table spoonfuls of the above mixture (Remember to shake the bottle well at the moment of   pouring it out ) To those which are weak ahd much reduced by the disease, one half, or three parts out...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Vessels expected from England.         With Merchanize and Passengers       Richard & John, 199, Watson. Adams, - , Francklin. Isabella,- , Bucket. Tersa Mary, -, Hartley. Hunter,-   Enterprise,-, Watson. Saucy, Jack, 169, Kent Peter Proctor, 566, Terry. Mary Ann, 480, Matthews.   John Pedder,-   Harvey, 280, Sydney Pucket, 145,- Atwick, 500, Jeffrey Egyptian Nancy, 400, Worsley.     Minstrel Lotus, 5U0 Summerson. William Cleveland, 187, -   With Prisoners. Sophia,-, Ellery, male. Layton 400, Campbell, male.     Victoria, 305, Smith, ditto, Lucy Davidson, Wiseman   Lady East, - Walker, female, Thames, 366.       Princess Charlotte, Sherwood. Morley, Rei y.     Surrey/461, C. Kemp. Larkins. Campbell. &am...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

SHIP NEWS     Nov. 18.-Arrived the brig Amethyst, Captain D. Cou-   thard, from Sydney 8th instant, with 40 boxes soap, for Crombie & Co. ; 14 bags ginger. Dawes & Hewitt, 13 kegs tobacco, W. Black, 12 packages ironmongery, cutlery, glass, and tin-ware, Thomas Wood , 6 cases apparel and tools, to order ; and a quantity of blue gum, cedar, treenails, wool, hides, horns, &c. consigned to England. Passengers John Maclaren, Esq. (of the firm Chrombie, Maclaren, and Co.) ; Mrs Aylwin, Mr T. Walkinshaw, Mrs. Wood, and 4 children, ; Mrs. Townsend, Mrs, Rice, and child; Miss Dud- ley, Mr. William Davis, and Mr. Thomas Thorne. Nov. 18.-Sailed the brig Mary Ann, Captain A. G. Hopton, for Port Jackson, with her Sydney cargo.-Passen- gers, Mr. Carr, Mrs and Mrs. Glue, and 8 of her original passengers.     Cargo of THE TRANMERE.- 30 hhds, porter, John Lord ; 9 cases wine, 3 cases cottons, linens, haberdasher...

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Deaths at Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

L Deaths at Sydney. On Tuesday forenoon, October 27th, at his residence in, Castlereagh-street, J. Sampson, Esq., Solicitor-General. Mr. Sampson died very suddenly.-C. Macintosh, Esq., late Barrack-master of the Sidney Garrison, respected   by all who knew him for his amiable disposition. Mr. Macintosh was an old veteran who had seen a great deal of service iu the East Indies. He has left a widow and family to deplore his loss. Their chief dependence was on the pension of Mr. Macintosh.-Mr. Samuel Galloway,   many years a respectable dealer in China and English crockery and glass ware, in George-street. Galloway was the only in- stance in this Colony we can bring to our recollection, of a shop-keeper accumulating a handsome independenc by the sale of one kind of goods. His widow and children, equally   respectable with himself, are left in comfortable circumstances.   On the 2d November, Mr. John Holmes, having attained his 62d yea...

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