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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 15 December 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1826.   We have always been of opinion, that, to render a Newspaper of real value to the com- munity, its contents should be "open to all,   and influenced by none," and such we pro- fess ours to be ; and we flatter ouvselves, that collecting, us we do, our information, and conespondence from various sources, we are more likely to arrive at the real opinion of     our fellow Colonists, upon any subject which   may ingross the public attention, than if we were dependent upon a single individual, for an exclusive opinion upon each, and every occasion. A man may be very competent to write upon the subject of political economy, and at the same time, very in-competent to dish up the tittle-tattle, and news of the day, in a way suited to the palate of those who prefer piquant to plain sauces. It has been well observed, that " Omne tulit punt turn jqm miscuit ut...

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

JUST Landed, ex Hugh Crawford, and on SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned, ¡n CampbelLstreet,-Handsome Chaises,1ined with fashionable Cloth ; Harness, Whips, Su* perfine Green Cloth; Whit« and Striped Shirts ; Lace, Irish Linen, Shoe Thread ; Snio> gie, Batten, and Paling Nails ; Nail Rod Iron, assorted; fine Mess Pork, Sec. _f Thomas Atkinson. J& J. Solomon inform their Friends anti . the Public in general, that they have on: SALf&y*»Very superior Cape Madeira Wine in Hogsheads at £10 10s. sterling ; also, a few Boxes of fine new Raisins at is. per lb. by the box, Gentlemen's fashionable striped Jean ' and Drill Trowsers, striped Jean and Drill, superfine Hats, Jamaica Rum, Hollands ana Brandy in Quantities not lesa than 5 gallons. #T Watches Jewellery and Wedding Rings; Watches and Jewellery repaired. %** Wearing A bparel made to Measure on the shortest Notice, and on the lowest Terms, £f$UU$e anti<ffo^ mott*» ELIßABETH-ST/REET. > ' ON'SALE at t...

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The New Parliament, 1826. HOUSE Of COMMONS. A List of Members Returned to serve in the New Parliament, for the several Counties, Cities, and Boroughs in England and Wales, alphabetically arranged. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 December 1826

THENEW PARLIAMEN,1826.     ' ' HOUSE Of COMMONS. A List of Members Returned to serve in the New Parliament, for the several Counties, Cities, and Boroughs in England and Wales, , alphabetically arranged. ' *** Those marked thus (a) were not in the last Parliament. Those marked thus (b) are new for the respective places. All the rest are re-elected. ENGLAND AND WALES. Abingdon, J. Maberly. St. Albans, C. Smith, J. Easthorpe(a) Aldborough, H. F.Clinton, J. Grant (b) Aldeburgh, J. Walker, J. W. Croker {b) Amersham, T. Drake, W. Drake Andover, Sir J. Pollen, T. Smith Anglesoashire, Lord Uxbridge Appleby, Hon. H. Tufton (a;, Lord Maitland (a) Arundel, Aid. Atkins (a), E. Lombe, jun.(a) Ashburton, Sir L. Palk, Bight Hon. W. S. Bourne (b) Aylesbury, Lord Nugent, W. Rickford Banbury, Hon. A. Legge (a)   Barnstaple, F. Hodgson, H. Alexander (a) Bath, Lord J. Thyme, Lord Brecknock (b) Beaumaris, Sir R. Williams Bedfordshire, Colonel P. Macqueen (b), Mar ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. TO THE 5TH OF AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 December 1826

îM<&msîû sniwa, TO THE OTU OF AUGUST. His Majesty, we rejoice to say, still con- tinues to enjoy excellent health. On Wed- nesday His Majesty left the Royal Lodge in his pony phaeton, and drove to Virginia Wa- ter, where he spent the afternoon. His Ma- jesty's private band enlivened the excursions on the'water. His Royal Highness the Duke of York has completely recovered his health. The Marquis of Waterford, died on Sun- day last, at Carmarthen on his journey to Buxton, whither he had been advise'd by his physicians to proceed, for the re-establish- ment of his health, which had been greatly shaken by a recent severe fit of illness. Fever in Dublin.-We are Sorry to say that a low contagious fever, which'has pre- vailed in many parts of that city for two months past, has, during the last week, had a very considerable increase. This disordei is chiefly found in the narrow streets of the liberty, and other confined situations, which are the ordinary resorts of povert...

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

Van Diemen's Land Company, PUBLIC NOTICE.-The Undersigned has received by a late ariival, Certificates of Proprietorship, of 200 Shares, in the Capi- tal Stock of the Van Diemen's Land Company, for distribution among such of the respecta- ble Inhabitants of this Colony, as may wish to interest themselves in the Company's Un- dertaking. Applications for Shares will be received at the Office of Ulorgr Caiit m'Utoht, Esq., and the first Installment of £2 10s. per Share, must be paid into his hands previous to the Certificates of Proprie- torship being issued»-The undeisigned will he happy to give any information to Persons disposed to become proprietors. EowAiin Curr. Company's Oßee% Hobart 7'own, ) November 1,1826 ( (¿rorntoaU uroilegiatr lEitfttttuttott. TENDERS will be received by the Pro- visional Committee for the under men- tioned Articles, to be delivered at Launcesr ton, on or before the 10th Day of January, 1827. viz. 300 Yards of strong Sheeting. 20 Pair of Blankets. 20 Rugs,...

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

SHIP NEWS     On Monday last, the ship Australia, Cap- tain William Wilson, put into port for want of water. She is bound for New South Wales;   having on board nearly 300 fine merino sheep from Hamburg, there being an increase on the passage of about 40, and only three deaths. She left Portsmouth, the 27th July (several days previously to the Woodford transport), and on her voyage touched at the Cape of Good Hope, which she left on the 1st of Nov. having been there above a fortnight ; from whence h he brings Cape Papers to October 28.   Passengers, E. W. Scott, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, and 4 children, in the cabin ; and 21 men, women, and children, in the steer- age, sent out by the Australian Company, to whom the cargo and vessel belongs. Sailed on Saturday last, the transport-ship Woodman, Captain Chapman, for Port Jack-   son, with a detachment of the 39th Regiment, and 13 prisoners, who have been respited, and...

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Colonial Times. HOTART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 22 December 1826

Colonial Times   HOBART TOWN     FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1826.   There is, perhaps, no better criterion by which we may judge of the prosperous, or dis- astrous circumstances of a country, than the decrease or increase of law proceedings among the inhabitants.-It must invariably be the case that where there is much law, there is little principle-where there is little principle, there can he but little faith— where there is but little faith, there can be but little credit-and where there is a scar- city of credit, there must be a depression of trade. No one will pretend to deny, that depression of trade, causes natural and gene- ral distress. Therefore we need not assert this-we will consider it to be a received opinion, and as such take it for granted. To prove our first argument-"where there is much law, there is little principle," we will just ask what occasions law? Is it not resort- ed to, to recover debts, irrecoverable by other ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

Co aroi-mpouîjrnte Although we do not entirely approve of the sen' time tit s contained in the Communication of' *' a áteííZer," in some respects, he shall have inser- tion in our next. '_ (£3? Price of Bread-id. Sitting Magistrate-Rev.R. Knopwood, M. A.

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New Parliament. [Continued from our Paper of Friday last, in which was inserted a complete List of the Members for ENGLAND and WALES.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

m0W0pmpMi*m*nt*' ^[Continßted from our Paper of friday last, in \ ^?\ljichich wat inserte)! a complete List of the >°JM Metabrrsfor ENGLAND and <Nkv^h\ , *4¿* Jïtiost; marked thus <«) were not in the1 rt í':)Jast rarliaineiit. Those marked thus(b)are ?%£, new ,'for the respective places: All the 4f:'-fest'are re-elected. ,, A>" v ; I a EL AN». 'Antrim Coúntv, Gen. Hon. J. O'Neil, E. , . M'Naughteii"(i»J. < Armagh, County, lion. H.Caulfield, C. Brown y/j low. Armagh, Borough, lliijht Hon. H. Goulburn^*). Athlone, H. Hancock (a). Bandon Bridge, Lord Duncannon (ft) (c). Belfast, Karl ol Bellast. Carlow, County-, F.Kavenaçh, H. ¡bruen. Carlow, Lord i ullamore (a). , Carrickfergus, "Sir A. Chichester. Cashel, E J. Collet. Cavan, County, A. Maxwell,A Saunderson^a). Clare, County, L. O'Brien (a), flight Hon« W. rV. fitzgerald. , -Clonmel, J. M» Dawson. Coleraine, Sir J. Brydges. Cork,County,Lord_Enñismore,Hon.W.King(fl)' Cork, Sir Ni-Colthurst, Hon. C...

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AUSTRALIAN NEWS. (From the AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

4 AUSTRALIAN NEWS. (From the A USTKA I« JV.J Sir Thomas Brisbane had arrived in London j long before the Speke sailed. Major Goulburn, on reaching England, re- paired to Ireland to meet his brother; who after failing in carrying his election at Cam- bridge, had returned to his official duties. > Major Goulburn made no stay whatever in England, not even to deliver letters, &c. The Success brings twenty thousand pounds worth of British silver for the use of this Co- lony. She touched at the Cape and left some there. Probably a portion is destined for Van Diemeu's land. The Settlement at Melville Island is to be abandoned, or, rather removed, as it is called. The success has orders to carry this plan into operation. Vessels are proceeding with all dispatch from England to Bermuda to remove the pri- soners, who had been conveyed thither to New South Wales. The passage which the Success has had from the Isle of France to this port, is the quickest ever Jtnown. She left on the ...

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

SHIP NEWS Sailed yesterday the ship Australia, Capt. W. Wilson, for Port Jackson. Sailed on the 22d,the cutter Fanny, Capt. Simpson, for Port Jackson, with 7 tons of po- tatoes and 1000 feet of stringy-bark boards, vSailed on Tuesday last, from Launceston,   the brig Olivia, with wheat for Port Jackson. The Recovery, Captain Maycork, is taking in wheat at Launceston, and will sail for Port Jackson in a few days.

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

Colonial JTtmrs». HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1826. ^ Tljere is no worse policy in the world than for a Government to pursue those steps which have a direct tendency to prejudice the minds of the masters and owners of merchant vessels against it. In any pot t where they lind them- selves imposed upon by exhoi bitant fees be ing exacted which are not anywhere else, they will seldom, if ever, unless indeed com pelted to do so, enter. It cannot be denied, - that driving vessels out of the port, has a di , rect tendency to abolish, in .a great measure, the commerce of the country. A country that has no commerce, must eventually inevitably fall ; for none were evei yet so lieh as to be able to depend entirely upon her own resour- ces. We have íepeatedly during the present administration, and indeed no longer ago than last week, raised our voice, on the part of the mercantile portion of the community, against the exactment of that abominable fee, known by the name of head-money ; wh...

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

THE Undersigned has Imparted * b<r the Governor Arthurs from Sydney, which ig now landing,-Fine flavoured Cognac Brando and Hollands; Red and White Wine, in pipes and half-pipes x Elephant Oil, Caunister Powder, Spudes'und Shovels ; Cups and Sau- cers; Wash hand Basons and. Jugs ; ..Shoe- maker's Hemp, Cheroot«, Frying Pans, ver* fine Shirting, Furniture* t'rint, Ladies' fine In dia ©ucea Musliu Dresses, worked and flounced iu a very superior manner, together with a general stock of Merchandize, as per former Advertisements. N. B.-Fine Bloom Raisms, in boxes ; Al- monds and Walnuts, for Christmas. THOMAS WILLIAMS. CD* tioijal ©aa Sinn. ~" fllHE Gentlemen Settlers of Hobart Town * and Lauiupston, are most respectfully informed, that the New Inn,' at the Green Ponds, ob the Port Dalrymple Hoad, is open for their Accommodation ; where every ex- ertion shall be used to ensure the Comfort and Satisfaction of those that honour the House with their Patronage. The up-Coun try Set...

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On the Wages of Labour. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

<&it tfre gß&igcg ofîUftour. fFllOM A CORRESPONDENT.! »rom tne Farmer's Calendar, by ARTHUR YOUNG, Esq. F. ti. S.-'* The wages of labour; are the principal expense of furming ; for if they are high, that will leave less profit to the husbandman, and when they are low his profits are the greater. This rule is equally applicable to manufactures, and all other branches of industry. But the prices of la- bour ought not to be repressed below what is necessary ^or the maintenance of the fami- lies of industrious men ; they have no other means of subsistence than their labour, and that ought to be sufficient for their support. The support of labouring men in England generally depends on the price of wheat for their bread, therefore their wages ought to be regulated by wheat, or the price of it. One peck of wheat i» supposed to be a fair, though rather a liberal reward for the labour of a day ; that is a bushel and a half for a week. Therefore, if labour were regu...

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ENGLISH NEWS. The Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

ia^Mam»mwa ?$r ttfPtmir. The Official Returns of the Quarter's Re* venue have been published. Not withstand* ing the depression of trade!, the diminution of the Itevenue is comparatively trivial. - The totat amount of the Revenue for Great Britain, in the year ending «íulyv5, l8á5,was £49,623,194, that for the year ending the day before yesterday', was £47,397,726, leaving au apparent deficiency on the year of £2,225,468.-This need not excite the least surprise, when we consider that the former' yeai was one of unmixed piosperity, the lat- ter, one of unusual difficulty, besides the re- peal of upwards of thiee millions of taxes, principally iii the latter period. The de- crease, it will be seen, has principally fallen on the Customs and Excise, in which the du- ties, were remitted or repealed. In the Stamps there Is an increase of ¿21,000 on the year ; in the Postt)ffire ¿5,000, and in the Mis- cellaneous the increase is £285,820. f'he Revenue for the Quarter just ended will agreea...

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

Van ®imeiï& ?tan& <ffcmpanp. PUBLIC NOTICE-The Undersigned has received by a late ariival, Certificates ot Proprietorship, of 200 Shares, ia the Capi- tal Stock of the Van Diemen's Land Company, tor distribution among such of the respecta- ble Inhabitants of this Colony, as may wish to interest themselves in the Company's Un- dertaking. Applications for Shares will be received at the Odice of GEORGE CART- WRIGHT, Esq., and the first Installment of '£% 10s. per Share* must be paid into his hands previous "to the Certificates of Proprie- torship being isâued.-The »undersigned will .fee ¿happy to give any information to Persons disposed to become Propiietors. , » EDWARD CURB. Company's Oßce<, Hobart 7Wn, ) November 1,1826. $ (troïiiUîaU ü üUegtatf institution. TENDERS will be received by the Pro- visional Committee for the under men- tioned Articles, to be delivered at Launces- ton, On or bt-fore the 10th Day of January, 1827, viz. 300 Yards of str...

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The Black Natives. ANOTHER MURDER! [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 29 December 1826

THE BLACK NATIVES ANOTHER MURDER! We have received letters by this week's post from Launceston, stating, that on Tuesday week, the Aboriginal Blacks had murdered one of Mr. Thomas Faro's men, within half a mile of his master's house, in the neighbourhood of Piper's Lagoon, where the     natives killed two men of Mrs. Smith's a few weeks since. It appears that the unfortunate man had been hunting, and was returning with two kangaroos   on his back. His game was found nearly a mile from the spot where he was discovered; it is therefore conjectured, that the poor fellow must have been closely pursued for a considerable distance before he was finally put to death. A more shocking spectacle was never seen. His   body, especially his head, was literally beat to a mummy! His throat cut, and his lower   extremities cut off! ! ! Indeed he was cut   to atoms. His body was dragged a few yards from the place where he ...

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Notice to our Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 January 1827

Wütiu U cur 4Ftitvto»' The /Manuscript of Q, Vominunicnjioti*, ulrich \)ad h$en sent to us* signed '* A Joy 1 AL T>A \ v f.i(ER,''' Aaji fytc/g Veen claimed by* andginen u$ Lo a Genllentun, on the grounds that nie pro- mised to rclum such manuscripts as were" re* quested bif. Urnulhorsï tye have no doubt thal he is corceet % bali fir the guidance of our Cor- re t>po'i feats m future* we beg to observe, that no- ÍJoinmanicaUl^tohatever^viifl front this time be given up, which1 has not a private st? nature, real or feigned* by which-we mau be the more certain of giving it to the real writer. <-jls after we haye gtpen any hint of ttùt sub- ject* and the signature ( if there is bat one) any person could proture the manuscript* if they tsere so disposed ; by which* perhaps* some very unpleasant circumstances might possibly occur to the parlies '; for instance* as the author was ' quite unknown to us before* any person claim* fny it* would have coi possession of our frien...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 January 1827

_ \ . _£ Cû Cor^poitUcnt*. Quui Nt&ic's Communication, respecting the Attorney General, hds been received ; but his rctnàrfc's are loo personal. We.shall hojucver be * happt^ to,(hearfrom him again ± as we recognize, an old Correspondent Rcdivivué.'1 ' '' Observer shall appear in oi£r next. ?;- ,» . H' i ? ri«'iil»i^

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 January 1827

Kemp and Co.'s Stores. ON SALE, at the Stores of KEMP & Co. just landed from the Hugh Crawford, the following GOODS, viz:—Tamboured Book   Tucked Robes, Coloured Sprig ditto, Rich Satin Coloured ditto; Tucked Jaconet Robes, Flounced ditto; Striped Duncannon Handker   chiefs, White Figured Gauze ditto, Blue ditto, Burgundy ditto; White Barcelona Handker-   chiefs, Figured ditto; Town Printed Muslin Dresses, IRONMONGERY, of all descriptions;   Spades, Shovels. Pickaxes, &c. Fifty Hogsheads of Taylor's BROWN     STOUT.   G. Stokell's Store. JUST landed from the Fanny, and on Sale, at GEORGE STOKELL'S Timber-yard,about 9000 feet of choice Cedar, in Plank; t0- gether with an extensive Stock of seasoned   Timber, fit for various purposes.—Also, paints, litharge, oils, Venice turpentine, spirits of ditto; rosin, pitch, tar, damma, ivory black, chalk, aqd whitening ; putty...

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