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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 16, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
GOVERNMENT NÖTICE. Colonial Secretaries Office, Äug* Iß, 1886.1 /CERTIFICATE* "of Expiration of ^--/ Term of Sentence "have been granted to jbe undermentioned Persons, during the last Week : James Keane .... Admiral Cockburn Hen« Armstrong Cagtle Forbes alias Deamond James Mason ... . Richmond Thomas Spice .. Coromandel. By Command .of His Excellency, W.H. Hamilton. Commissariat Office, Aug 3, 1826. l^TOTiCE.- Persons who may have *-^ furnished Supplies, of any Descrp tton, to Constab'os, Field Police, of Othei s employed in "the Interior, aré Ve» quested to present their Claim? on oi, before" the 24th Instant, otherwise they 'wi I not be paid. A. Moo dir, A. Ç. G J Commissariat Office, Launceston' August 14, 1826. ^SUPPLIES for the Commissariat, Port ^ Dalrymple.-Persons desirous of un dertaking to furnish the Supplies herein after mentioned, are requested to transmit Tenders addressed to me, sealed and en' dorsed as such, by Satuiday the 16th Sep tember next - FRESH MEAT for the T...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 16, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 16, 1826. THE LlEÜTENANT GOVERNOR has * approved of the following Appoint- ments : Mr. William Fullerton, to be Chief Dis- trict Constable of Norfolk Plains», vice Mr, Charles Hardwick, resigned. James Tierney, to be Constable and Watch house Keeper at Launceston, &nbsp; vice William Brown, dismissed. By Command of His Excellency, W..H. Hamilton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
AT a MEETING held at Ross, 27th July, 1826, for the Purpose of esta- blishing a periodical Market, (James Cox, Esq. in the Chair) the following Resolu- tions were adopted :— &nbsp; &nbsp; Resolved, That a letter be addressed to His Excel- lency the Lieutenant Governor, thank- ing him for the deep Interest he has taken in the general Design, and the handsome Manner, in which the Views of the Society have been met by His Excellency. &nbsp; &nbsp; 2.—That in compliance with the Sugges- tion of His Excellency, the Institution be termed the " Ross Market." 3.—That One-third of the Committe retire by Lot, annually, and that the Number be replaced by the Subscribers, at the General Meeting, (for the auditing Accounts and appointing Officers) to be held on the first Thursday in April. 4.—That the Day for holding the Market &nbsp; be the first Wednesday in October and April, in each year. 5.—That a Subscription be raised to defray the Expenses of erect...
SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
'&* et »ÍO ***. &lt;? t s lSo SATURNA Y,^ Â Ü G Ü S T 1$ ftitt. .i A.Í a MEETING, held at the School bouse,at .launceston,, on Saturday the £2d ,fujv, 1826,'tQ consider of jhe Mean? of establishing an Jnstitutjoa.for the Education of, Youth, and the advance. ment of Science,and Literature, ..," ,. W. E.," Lawrence, ia. the.Chair, The following Resolutions we re passed, vi?; Û- That iff is expedient to establish,, at Launceston, an Institution for the .following Purposes.; yifc*-* . . &lt; ,i !.-'Chef (ibera) and scientific Education of Youtfi,by1 M cans, of Schools, andv hereafter, of Lectures and Physical t Experiments. . . . ,i .,i . , Ú.-The Establishment of a valuajble . aud eîctenajye Library, and a Reading 'Room'for Adults." i;) Ci S.-The Establishments of a botanical Garden ; and, when the Funds of the} Institution shall permit it. the Acqui- sition &lt;if Philosophical and Chemical .Apparatus, arid the Accommodations for applying them to Use, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. A GENERAL MEETING of the 1?* Members of the Society will be held n the Court* house on Tuesday, the 29th Instant, at 12 o'Clock precisely, at which the Attendance of all Persons who ajrt desirous of promoting the Object of the Society is earnestly requested. _yVuisiMi Bed ford, Secretary. WES L BYAN BRANCH MIS SIONARY SOÇTETY. T^HIJ Quarterly Meetipçof the Com *- minee will be held, on Tuesday Evening next, at 7 o'clock, in the Vestry of the Wesleyan Chapel. B. Carvosso, Secretary. Hobart Town, Aug. 17- 1S26._ WESLEYAN CHAPEL, tftftJNCESTON. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS : Mr W. H. Brown ....^1 0 0 Mr. Thomas Godwin .. I O 0 A Friend . 5 O O Mr. Theodore Bartîey.. 1 I 0 N. B.-The Friend«« who have been bo kind as to become Subscribers to the Erection of this Place for Public Wor- ship, and whose Subscriptions are yet unpaid, are resf&êtfuUy requested to for- ward ij»£ same to ^William Barnes, Esq. ythe ^r*a*vrer of the Building Committee, the Futida bein«...
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
MISCELLANY, original and select. The ships Earl St. Vincent and the Port, land bring news to the 27th of April. The health of His Majesty, we rejoice to learn, was materially improved. I he distress in the money market was gradually subsiding (the 3 per cent, consols having risen to 80), but distress cannot afreet ths transactions of the great emporium without the parti- cipation of the remotest parts of the world ; and we regret to state that the ac- counts of such of the exports by the Cum- berland from this Colony as had been brought to sale are by no means favour- able. Some of the wool had been unloaded in a very unsound state, and had brought inferior prices. The extract of mimosa bark, though not as yet well understood, fetched tolerable prices, and oil sold at £3'¿ a ton. The Colonists, however, must not be depressed by any unwelcome accounts of this shipment, to deteriorate which so many conflicting and temporary causes conspired. The panic affected every de- partment of bu...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1826*. Í'Uib Piisoners' B&lt;.rra«.k in Hr>i>aif Tj*n, winch lias hitherto burn considered ys a Peniientiaty onl>, will, in future, be appro« pria ed to the Reception of Prisoners in the Servite of Government generally, with a View to the more effectual Application of ' llien Labour, and the Prevention ol Offences ¿rising fr« m s>> iuan\ Men being di large. Tbe Lieutenant Goveruoi being, neverthe- less, desirous to extend to those of good Otutacier ali re «sonable Iimulgence, has m'rec ed the f«dlituing Classification to be observed, so far as u muy be practicable, througimiw the Colony, &lt;tnd win« ii is there- fore published fur the Information of all concerned ; Tir H "ads of Departments are required to make ibe sviae known (o I lie Pi isoners under their Charge, and io explain, that while the Industrious and w&lt; li.concluded Will not tail lo receive due Encouragement, ?»veo htfjond ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
SALES BY AUCTION. BY Mr, J. C. UNDERWOOD On the Premises of Mr. Frederic Cham- pion, Macquarie-street, on Tuesday the. 2w2d Instant, at 12 o'clock, &nbsp; DOUBLE Counting-house desks and stools, cedar counters, shelves, and fixtures, well adapted for a retail or whole sale store ; a large size four-post mahogany bedstead, sundry packing cases, casks, seasoned stringy bark boards and quarter- ing; hemp, pewter spirit pipes fitted with brass taps, tin cans, stone jars, &c. &c. BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednesday next, the 23d Instant, at - 12 o'Clock, A Quantity of Paints in kegs of 28 lbs, a few kegs of white and red lead. pewter pots in sets, striped cotton shirts, cotton handkerchiefs, sugar, rice and coffee by the bag, ironmongery of every descrip- tion, and a variery of merchandize. BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Friday the 25th Instant BED Sackings blue cloths, English prints, threads of...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 11, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
GOVERNMÊNT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug 11, 1826. "AN Occurrence of a Nature similar to that recorded in the Notification of yesterday has been brought to the Knowledge of the Lieutenant Governor, which equally requires the Expression of his Excellency's favourable Sentiments, on the prompt Information given of the &nbsp; Approach of three armed Convicts to the Premises of Mr Lucas at Brown's River, of his immediate Pursuit, and their Sur- render with Arms in their Hands. It is highly. gratifying to His Excellency to adduce this as another Proof of &nbsp; the Success which must attend the adop- tion of vigorous Measures by individuals for the Suppression of Bushranging, as well as of the personal Advantage accru-, ¡ng to Prisoners of the Crown who may laudably contribute their Efforts inAid of so important an Object. ..The following Men will receiveTickets .?F Leave \ atid if, after serving One Yeaj .jn the Field Police,! they "*hall produce ;iP8timohials...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 10, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 10,1826 THE recent Capture of the four remaining Runaways from Maria Inland, and the spirited Manner in which it was effected at the South Esk by Messrs. Gray and Robert- son, and the Prisoners of the Crown herein- after named, merit the highest Commenda tion the Lieutenant Governor can bestow. and call for his public Acknowledgment of the Services thus rendered to the Community. If any thing were wanting to assure all Classes of the certain and successful Result of a courageous Resistance to the Outrages committed by Bushrangers, this Instance must afford it. It should equally convince those misguided Men, who may henceforward be tempted to violate the Laws, that, as a large body of their fellow-prisoners are now actuated by a proper Sense of Duty, and earnestly disposed to make every Atonement for their past Mis conduct, by a zealous Co-operation with the Settlers for common Protection, their lawless Career must be short, and th...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 August 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, August 14.-The transport ship Earl St. Vincent, 398 tons, J. Middleton com- mander, from Portsmouth 24th of April, with 260 male prisoners, James M'Ker row, R. N. Surgeon Superintendent. The guard consists of a detachment of the 30th Regiment, viz :-Captain Smith, (Mrs. Smith, we regret to state, having died on the passage), serjeant George Millwood, corpotals Shaw and M'Don- nough, 27 privates, 4 women, and 6 chil- dren. This vessel has on board 100 bar- rels of salt pork for this Colony, and 50 puncheons rum for Sydney. Same Day.- The Edinburgh Australian Company's ship Portland, 385 tons, Christopher Mood commander, from Leith 27th of April, with 70 tons and 91 bags salt, 103 matts, 40 casks tar, 200 half barrels pork, 8 hhds. claret, 1 pipe and 1 hhd. Madeira, 7 bundles bags, 2 casks sickles, 430 bags nails, 12 half hhds &nbsp; ale for the Company's Agent ; 1 box apparel J. Greig, at A. B. Sparks', Syd' &nbsp; ney, 2 boxes china wa...
HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1826. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
HOBART TOWN, SATUBDAt, AUGUST '26, 1826. ASSÏZË fttlcÉ OF BREAD. The Two Pound Loaf, bd. Currency, or 4|&lt;/. Sterling. ~ s. d. Wheat*",..'»».... 7 0 English'Barley .. 5 6 Cape ditto. none per cwt. Fine Flour. 20 0 "Household ditto.. 23 0 "iSt'Cond'ditto .... 21" 0 Potatoes ........ 6 0 ».~ . per ton. Ditto j........¿..HO 0. * ' per lb. Beef...».....,.0 6 Uluttou . 0 ß Pork;; - per lb. s. d. 0 10 0 "8, 1 0 0 10 0. ß.\ AVERAGE PRISE (GMÏRENCY) OF THE FOL ^OttîftG; ARTICLES': - ? " - pei bush. ' [Soap (Colonial).. Do.doiTiytlíeTítSx Ditto (English).., Do. do. by the box Sugar . Ditto by the bag.. 0- 4¿ Ditto ditto (flue)..- 0 & Tea. 4 0 Ditto by the ehest 3 0 ,Tobaceo..-. 4> 0 Ditto by the basket 3 0 * . - -pep bag* Rice. 50 0 per gall. Wine . 7 0 Rum.- 14 0 Brandy/.,. l8 0 per barr. SaltPork.160 0 Butter (fresh). 'Ditto (salt) ... Dodo.bythe firkin Cheese (Dutch) .. Ditto (Svdnev) .. DittoÇE'nglisli) .. 0 10 3 &lt;t 2 6 1 11 1 6 1 8 2 0. SITTING MAGISTRATE...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretarie's Office, August 23,1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
GOVERNMENT* NOTICE. [Colonial Secretaries Qffice,>August 23,1826.] npÇE Liei)tena>t Governor" has' been pleased to X nppiove of the following Appointments and Re- moval :- K&lt; ' I Mr. JOHN JOHNSO, to be Keeper of the Pound in Ho- bart-Town, vice Hames, resigned. Mr. TRISTRAM FENNING, to be Keeper of His Majesty's Gaol at Cambell Town. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. ANDREW GATENBY, to be Chief Constable, District of Lennox, vice Powell, resigned. &nbsp; Mr CHRISTOPHER GATENBY, to be Petty Constable, District of Lennox. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LAWRENCE Pigeon, Constable at the Clyde, to be dis- missed for DRUNKENESS and other improper Conduct. By Command of His Excellency, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; W. H. HAMILTON. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office August 16, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
í , GOVÇRNMENT mmß&t,. - CçtonialSécretdWf.ÙmcetuitíjrustJÓ.'1826. THE^tlBtÍTBÑÁN* Govpiíwón has approved of the > following* Appointments :- . Mr. .William Fui^ertos, to be Chief District Con- stable of Norfolk Plains, vice Mr. Charles Hardwick, resigned. ' , Jambs Tierney, ,to be Constable ^andv Watch-house Keeperji^ Launceston, vice William Brown, dismissed. 'By Command of His Excellency, «'_-v> >? . w. fl, Hamilton:
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial secretary's Office, August 23, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's office August 23 1826 CERTIFICATES of the Expiration of "Term of Sen- tence, or TICKET of LEAVE, have been granted &nbsp; to the undermentioned Persons during the last Week : CERTIFICATES. &nbsp; Daniel Lovett.... Maria &nbsp; Joseph Herring.-.Ditto Thomas Bennett ................. Ditto &nbsp; &nbsp; James Bennett ...................... 'Ditto James Robinson .. Castle Forbes John Scott ........... Ditto &nbsp; Michael Neal .... Ditto Francis Farrell.......... Ditto &nbsp; Michael Frayne...Ditto &nbsp; &nbsp; Martin Edwards .......Ditto Mary Ward ....Morley &nbsp; &nbsp; Ellen Connelly.... Janus &nbsp; John Roberts. .......... Coromandel Thomas Etherington .-Ditto &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; William Anderson ... .Ditto Thomas Thomas ..................Ditto &nbsp; Th...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 23 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
.GOVERNMENT NOTICÎîT" 'Colonial Secretary's Qffice,' August 23^ 1826.'| REQUIRED, for the Public Service, the undermen- tioned Articles : Twenty Reams best Foolscap Paper, Twfiity Boxes of Wafei», ?* * twelve Do/en Pieces of Tape, white or red, Tnen/v Gallons of Sperm Oil, Torfy Gallons boiled Linseed ditto, « T« eiitv Gallons Spirits of Turpentine, . Onc'llundred Weight of Lytharge, t t ( Ten Pounds of Zinc, Tjvo Curriers' Knives, Wne Currier's Steel, One Ton of -Whale Oil. Tenders,'sealed Wid marked " Tenders for Stores" will be recehed nt this Office nntU^orin«on Saturday »lie 2d of September } pnA PatternsiO) ^Samples, at the Oijlnunce»Storekeeper's Office, on the some Day. The Price must be expressed, in Words at Length, payable «n Spanish Dollars nt Four Shillings and Four-pence each Hi' r«.«n»««-i ~e « . t« _ u Hy Command of His Excellency, __W-H. Hamilton. POTAvnroCoTn'ssar'at &lt;$&lt;"> Angustí; 1826. ¿&JÍ}F\S^-Persons,' desirous of supplying the...
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. We have frequently listened with pain to the rudeness &nbsp; with which witnesses are sometimes cross-examined. We rejoiced, therefore, on reading1 a trial in the Court &nbsp; of King's Bench, on Tuesday, the 18th of April, that &nbsp; the Lord Chief Justice allowed a witness to defend . himself in retorting on the counsel. Mr. Adolphus had done his best to baffle Captain John Melford, the Editor of the "Palladium" newspaper, in a trial for libel, which the witness bore patiently, until concluding his evidence, he added, " Allow me, my Lord, before I quit this place, to say I have been ungenerously treated. My opposing counsel had no pretence to bring my private character on the tapis. I am an author it is true, of very humble works. I never wrote a history of Eng- &nbsp; land-pilfered from Hume or Smollett, and garbled it &nbsp; over to promote political purposes. I never wrote a " treatise on hereditary prope...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 August 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, . August 22.-The brig Dragon^ Duncan Follies mas- I .ter, Ï25 tons, from Sydney 7th instant, with 50 chests tea, 31 coils rope, 40 bundles nail rod iron, 4 quarter casks wiue, 176 pieces-cedar or fed wood, and 2 bags 'corks, from Raine & Rnmsnv ; 10 pipes brandy, from Jones Se Wulker; 1 case piedicines, 14 cases goods, from j Icely & Hindson ; 4 cabes oranges, from T. Walker. ' Passengers-Mr. Edmund Biuke, Mr. Johu S. Rodd, William Sheerniau, and James Harrison. SAILED, August 22.-The Government schooner Waterloo, to Adventure Bajr, for 70 tons whale oil for Messrs. Be- thune & Kelly. " * This morning -The ship John Barry, P. Roche com- | mander, fur a port in India, in ballast. Passenger Captain Cartwright, of the Bengal Artillery. IN THE HARBOUR, v Shipi.-Cane Packet, Doncaster, Earl St- Vincent, Portland, and Sisters. . Brigs.-Atalanta, Cvpriis, PrinceLeopold^Dragon. &lt; K?* Mr. Woodcock and his Tobacco^next week. -...