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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

J&ip Nèti». Sailed this morning, for Port Jackson* the ship ¿e* Michael, Captain Beveridge, vilh merchandize and passengers. Sailed on Wednesday last, for Port Dalrym- ple, the Colonial schooner Gctoeirnèr drt&ur, Mr. J. H. Reibeys master and owner. The Miedina, Captain Briggs, Mill sail on Sunday, for Calcutta. We omitted tb mention iii our last, that E. M. SCOTT, Esq., one of the Agents of the Australian Company at Sydney, proceeded in the Andromeda to that place. & Avittyè p>itèef Wheat frtih Uè BflllêW JtvtUrns 19«. 1%¡L-Price of Biead lOJrf. SU'ing Magiilrate-Rev. R. Knopwood} M* A.

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

To the EDITOR çfjhe'cÔLONIJL TWES. Siu,-As the Conductor of the Government Gazette is desirous to ascertain the cause of the present high p_rice ^f wheat, be pleased to inform him, it is awing to the deplorable state of the inland Cart-ways, (for it cannot hl»eTCfiled«-toad), ¿hat since the commence- ment of the rain&and-fiooás (in August) are impassable for-^artsj ana it is from this cause, nut from epforlion, the farmers arc, in an extensive tract of the country too, una- ble to foi ward 'their grain to Hobart Town, -though suffering great fucqnvemeuce aodma. »y pi ¡varions therefrom. As to extortion, jt will be sometime, ant} must be better times', ere the poor Tasmanian farmer will be able to hoard up his grain -to raise the market. I remain, Sir, yours, &c- Np ÈXTORTLK. L <^fc. BURMESE WAR.-Wfe arë'sôrry to state, that the progress of this war H not so favourable to the arms of the $ast India Company (for in England it is uot considered in a national ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

Zçjtie EpfifOR pfiHi ¿ÓLOJSyjí TiMESS y...Sfttir-J h¡¡?g leave,-thrpugh »the medium of, yo^r Independent Paper, (¡o call the;atteii tipn pf the public >p ¡the couduct of the dif- j feceutPoufldikeepers round liobajrt,Towcniif ; .The jPaddpck »bowe j&acftûarje Point, and fthe grounds pn ¡tfie. Ñew,-tp wh road, have al- ways be.en kept open, as a c^roinon, for the apcbmlDopati^n pfthé inhabitants, for turning «U.tHmf! ho^es, $&ï but n^t a day yassiBs. Without sp¿pe ,beiu;g .driven to the ppopfd at j Ne w-tpwii, noder $¿e pretence ,pftrespassing | uppw tbV GPV*"««?»^¡dPmaiu or garden, and jil many infices damages ¡aje .exacted, which I haye myself repeatedly paiti. . ; If .the fencp^ouud ¿he GpyerjomenMoma/in and garden is kept in repair, ^djhje gates I «hut after the ij«v3rnment caris paps through, «o hpr^e Could commit a trespass^ )ind Içpn sjder ^ cxtfiemely hard, th*^ I ^u^t h^ve.tbe trouble *>f «tiudtrig alj the #ay to $ewr¿ow:Ó'$ and paying whatever, charge ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

To the. EDITOR offre COLONIAL TIMES. Sut,-1 agree with you it is most necessary the list of Runaways should" be. published^ and made as generally known as possible. Few Settlers in the Colony know any of, those characters by sight, or description, and if they were acquainted with the:latter,.might be enabled to act against them, and endea- vour to bring them to justice .when casually met with, 'the present state-of the Colony calls loudly on all its respectable members to be on the.alert, but insuilicient niust.be their exertions without the^means of ¡(tanti fying such persons. ?Vours, $c. WATCHBOX .

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

<£rightal (Fovtreyonöcncc. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. Sin,-I have read the letter of Mr. Young to Lieutenant Governor Arthur, inserted in your last number, without astonishment, be- cause I had been prepared from the first at- tack of Mr. Stephen upon the Attorney-Gene- ral to expect that something of the sort would come out.-You ask who is the '' pure man" now ? My object is not to answer your question, but through your columns to re- quest an answer to one of my own, which I will premise by a short statement which comes within the recollection of Mr. M'Ar thur, Captain Piper, and several other Gen- tlemen at Sydney, and one or two here. During the time that the 102d Regt, (then called the New South Wales Corps) was sta- tioned in that Colony, a Gentleman, holding an official situation, was accused of telling a falsehood.-He did not clear up the accusa- tion satisfactorily, and the whole of the Mili-   tary immediately noticed it accordingly. Mr. Y...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Sydney Extracts. (FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

£»ïmep ïSxtracti*. (FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.) Nothing can exceed the gratifying intelli- gence received from England of the flourish- ing state of commerce, agriculture, and ma- nufactures. All raw materials, as cotton and silk, but especially led, iron, and tin, had advanced cent, per cent. Some thousand miles of'gas and water pipes and rail roads, all of cast-iron, were bein» manufactured for Gi eat Britain; and the foreign orders foi France, Mexico, and Brazil, could hardly be executed for want of iron. Dying materials, and especially indigo and lae dye, together with nutmegs and cinnamon and all other spices, had more than doubled their price. Mr. Biougham has been elected Lord Rec- tor of the University of Glassgow. He was installed into office on th«> 6th of April. A costly Vase, called the Waterloo'Vase, purchased by the subscription of about 50 Noblemen and Gentlemen, was to be pre- sented to the Duke of Wellington on the 23th of May, to testify the admiration of the subscrib...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

' . -noa To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. SIR,-In the late 102d Regiment, formerly called the New South Wales Corps, was an Ensign, who is now a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. This Officer was accused of having told an untruth. Colonel Patterson, who then commanded the Regiment, ordered an investigation ; and, although it appeared that the Ensign might have been misunderstood, (for reasons, which to detail here, might, by explaining his identity, be unpleasant to his friends), yet he was ordered to quit the Corps ; and he did quít it, by going to England on leave of absence and exchanging into ano- ther.* I am induced to trouble you with this communication in consequence of Mr. Solicitor Young's Letter to the Lieutenant Governor, published in your Journal. After which, of course, a trip has been made to a certain city, famous for silk ribbon weaving. I am, Sir, yours, etc. NO COVENTRY MAN.   * For the accuracy of this statement, I re- fer to a Gentleman here, who w...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

—000—     To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. SIR,-It is well known that at the period when New South Wales was formed a Penal Settlement, misdemeanours and slight crimes were a sufficient cause to be made an, inhabit- ant of it. I was the son of a respectable farmer, in comfortable circumstances, and one day rashly killed a hare that was injuring the garden ; my not being qualified was sufficient to condemn me, and I was sentenced seven years-at the expiration of which, I was en- abled to commence farming, and, tempted by the account of Norfolk Island, I removed there. I have had the comfort of realizing a handsome provision for my wife (a free wo- man), and my children, whose only reproach is their father's inadvertency. But a wound- ed spirit-who ran bear it? And it was with mortified feelings I saw in the Government Gazette the removal from Norfolk island de- signated " a three-fold exile." This is indeed, lacerating the feelings, not pouring wine and ...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. SIR,-When piotcvctionis afforded to Seve- ral districts, I ihiuk it is but common justice that some notice should be taken of a line of road from Earl's terry to Jericho, which is near 5Q miles, now totally neglected; and Sir, the neighbourhood of the Green Ponds^ and the Cross Marsh, has a much larger po- pulation than the favoured spots-New Nor- folk, the C1} de, and Jericho. Therefore it becomes a matter of question why theie is not a Magistrate appointed to afford redress to the complaining Settler, as well as to keep his servants under some controul in those districts. Upon a representation made some time ago by the Settlers at the Cross Marsh and the Gieen Ponds, it was understood a Bench of Magistrates was to assemble once a fortnight, to redress grievances, &c. ; but 1 am sorry to say no such Meetings have been held. Therefore these districts aie again left to be plundered by the bush-rangers. -Trustin ir this letter will not be w...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

Colonial Times. ----------------------- HOBART TOWN.   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1825. We have endeavoured to call the attention of our Readers to the unproductive and inju- dicious manner in which the Colonial Resour- ces are employed and to the enormous ex- pence attendant upon the present system. We   are fully prepared to enter into the necessary details, and to show beyond the power of con- tradiction, that more was done during the last year of Colonel Sorell's Administration, than will be effected (judging of the future by the past) in the next seven years ! and this also at ten times the expence! We have heard it said, that this latter circumstance is of no conse- quence, that so long as money is issued here by the Government, and drawn from the Mo- ther Country, the taxation foy which it is pro- duced not falling upon us, the manner in which it is expended is of no consequence. Now, to say nothing of the fallacy of this argument, which really exbibits som...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

MR. F. SCHULTZE, of the late Firm of SCHULTZE,& REID, grateful for, and en- couraged bv,' tlíe very flattering Support ex- tended to that Concern from its Establish- ment," on its Dissolution, takes this Opportu- nity respectfully to solicit, as it shall be his study to deserve, a transfer and continuance of that liberal share of Public favour, with which the former was honoured, to the new Firm of F. SCHULTEE & Co., who have now on SALE, on the very lowest Terms, the fol- lowing GOOD>. just landed and landing in the best condition from the Ti iton and other Ships recently arrived ; with their usual ex- tensive and general Stock, in Payment of which they will receive Cash, Wheat, fine and clean-washed Wool, Seal Skins, and other Colonial Produce.^-Mole-skius, beaver teens, and corduroys, of superior quality ; shirting and other calicoes ; fiuetown prints, cambiic, medium, and jaconet muslins; fine black bombazeens. and rich double Norwich crapes ; real Welch flann...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 14 October 1825

GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS. MAJOR KIRKWOOD, of the 40th Regt., has been appointed Acting Engineer,   subject to the Approbation of Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, in the Room of Captain COTTON, of the 3d Regt. (Buffs), proceeding to India in the Medina Transport. THE following Persons have received Cer- tificates of Freedom :--- John Jones, Rich. Richardson, Edward Mansfield, John Edwards, Patrick Byrne, Timothy Mulligan, Nicholas Norton, Christopher Jackson, Jacob Keene, Michael Farrell, Wm. Hanley, Wm. Hughes, Richard Nicholson, John Robinson, James Newham, Wm. Henry Forbes, Wm. Waters, Lyon Levy, Denis Barry, John Colcott, Thomas Anderson, Wm. Clark, Wm. Taylor, Samuel Johnson, Thomas Wilson, Wm. Perry, Wm. Thornhill, Michael Bolland, Thomas Brown, and John Lynch.     THE COURT of REQUESTS will be held as follows :-At Hobart Town, on the 3d November ; at the Coal River, on the 10th ; at New Norfolk, on the 16th ; at Jericho on the 21st ; at Campbell-town, ...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

Ship<>News     Sailed yesterday for Calcutta, the Medina transport, Capt. Briggs, in ballast.?Passen- gers, Captain Cotton and family. .Arrived on Sunday last at Launceston, the ^schooner Governor Arthur, -Mr. Reibcy, mas-; ter, froiii this port 5" days. Same day- arrived from Sydney the'schooner Newcastle, with merchandize.?Mr.BIanchard, ' passenger. Tho Australian Company's ship Triton, Cap- tain Crear, sailed this morning for Sydney. The Colonial cutter, lately brought from England in frame, sailed on Wednesday on a sealing voyage, under the command of Cap- tain Laughton. -^ Price of Bread?Wd. per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate?G. F. RtsXd, Esq.

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

, ?ooo? Original cormpottoente* To the Editor of the CoioxrjL_ Timbs. f:,'; Si R,-^rEv-3ry person must .feel that there is ^ aproper loyal spirit predominant amongst ' the Residents of this Island, when roused in- to action;-and that ihe feeling now display ?> ed by: the Inhabitants of Hobart Town, in ta-' ?? , .king the town duty to permit the soldiers be- ding sent into, thc interior, in. pursuit of the. -banditti which has for nearly 18 months in- fested our Settlements, is- worthy praise and admiration.' ¦.'¦j We ; cannot however help,lamenting, that :.'' there ha.< not been that activity.y and energy manifested in the country, amongst the Con " Stabulary and Magistracy, which we could baye wished; and', as we understand,: the Magis- trates aiid Chief District Constables have, each a Constable attached to them, we should, .propose a simultaneous movement of this' for.ce,as an auxiliary one to the Military: - 'valid we quote the following from The Austra- lian ofthe...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1825. It is with considerable anxiety we feel it our duty to call the attention of the Public to that, extraordinary proceeding which is now introduced into this Colony, for the first time since its establishment. We mean the Inqui- sition now sitting, composed of the Chief Jus- tice, Mr, Humphrey, and Mr. Thomas. We have already designated this Tribunal uncon- stitutional and Anti-English ! We have to add our firm opinion, that it is ajso illegal in   its principle, and unjust in its practice! If it is to Mr. Stephen, to whom, we are indebted for the introduction of this monstrous evil, the whole Colony can but have one sentiment to-   wards him. It is really a most singular cir-   cumstance, that a youth, such as this, should have been enabled to have excited so much strife in so short a time. He has been scarce- ly six months amongst us, and he has set the   whole Colony by the ea...

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FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. It has at length been decided by the Chief   Justice of the Supreme Court of Van Die- men's Land, that our Sister Colonists are not to enjoy the blessings of Trial by Jury In the   Court of Quarter Sessions. The learned Judge seemed to have some notion floating in his mind, that because the Colony did not enjoy the Trial by Jury before the late Act amend- ing the Courts of Justice, and because the late Act did not give Trial by Jury, therefore the Colony cannot now be in possession of that institution. A syllogistic fallacy which any lawyer of six days standing at the bar, or even a six dinner-student could, without pro- found reflection, remove. It is only necessary to recollect that the law regulating the Courts previous to the late Act, was repealed by that Act, and it is not to be enquired in this case what the Act has given, but what is has not taken away. In the clause then pro- viding for the establishment of Quarter Ses- sions, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

G S>mit$, mtt% & eos* sitora; BEAT. BARGAINS.?Messrs. Smith, Ba tey, and Cb. beg to acquaint their Friends aud the Public, that they are SELLING OFF their remaining STOCK, consisting ofgen tlemens' black and white beaver hats; black and blue dress coats; ditto trowsers; nan- keen and white drill ditto; drab kerseymere" buffed and white cord and buff velveteen breeches; fan cv' quilting, toilonet and buff kerseymere waistcoats ; black dress breeches and1 pantaloons ; boys' cloth caps, black bombazetts and bombazines; parasols, mourn, ing caps, leno and muslin; calicoes, chil- drens' striped jean, nankeen, checked and white dresses, withplain and worked bodies ; sewing silks,'of all colours- satin, figured' and plain sarsnet ribbon; real blond laces ' plumes of feathers j black chip bonnets' Leghorn ditto; lawn gauzes; black, white! and coloured *crapes; white and coloured satins; Edinburgh shawls, white and buff kerseymere: quiltings, toilionets, furniture prints, London e...

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CAPTAIN COTTON. Hobatr Town, Oct. 11, 1825. To Captain COTTON, His Majesty's 3d Regiment of Buffs. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

CAPTAIN COTTON.           Hobart Town, Oct. 11, 1825. To Captain Cotton, His Majesty's 3d Regiment of Buffs Sir, - We, the Undersigned, cannot allow you to leave the Colony, without expressing our opinion of the gentlemanly manners and urbanity which have invariably marked your conduct in the situation you have held, as   Inspector of Public Works. In the communications that we have had   occasion to make to your department, we have always found you ready and willing to forward our views, consistent with your duty to the Government. Such conduct will always be duly appreciated by us, who are not insensible to so great a qualification. We regret exceedingly your departure; but it is a consolation with us to know, that you are about to fill an appointment in India commensurate with your general worth and   inestimable character. As a lasting tribute of our esteem, and of the general...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

To the Editor of the Colonial Times.   Sir,-As your friend, the " Scholar," has made such large blunders in his little essay, under the pretence to inform the Public of the Comet's situation, I forward you the result of several nights' observations of it. Instead of being in Andromeda (as the " Scholar" has it), it was in the Whale, only 64 degrees difference of declination, being in a Southern Constel- lation instead of a Northern, and a difference of more than one-third of the largest verti- cal arc of a hemisphere ; and he has also erred 90 degrees in its true course !   On the 11th instant, at noon, the Comet en-   tered the Constellation, Officina Sculphoria ; at 9 o'clock and 10 minutes, p. m. altitude 48 degrees ; true bearing N. 72 E.; declina- tion 26½ degrees South. Right ascention 22½ degrees. On the 14th at a quarter past 9, p. m. Com- et's declination 33 degrees South ; right as- cention 16 degrees ; altitude at 7¾ o'clock, 43 degr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 October 1825

Commissariat Office, Septi.16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24th December. 1825 :? . Hobart/ '..Tow**. Od. 21?Champion & Co. ...... 8000 at 3 Jd. 28-Richard Pry..........8000 ditto Nov. 4r-Ditto ..'.......8000 ditto 11?Champion & Co. ...... 8000 ditto 18?Ditto ;..:. ¦? .8000 ditto 25?Ditto ............... ? ? 8000 ditto Dec. 2?Andrew Downie ...... 8000 dil io 9?Patrick Wood.8000. ditto : 16?H. W. Mason ....... .5000 ditto Daniel Stanfield, jun.. .3000 ditto '.. 23?ThpmasStanlieid......8000 ditto Jehicho AiioIiEMON Spiunqs.?John Pres nell, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 3Jd. per lb. .'¦?.?'< '¦?-. Bagdad and BRiGHTON.~Michael Lackey weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4Jd. Glenarchy.?James Austin, weekly Quan- tity, during the Quarter, at 4d. Sorell.?John Wade, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4d. IIichmond Bridge.?David Lord, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4Jd. New Norfolk.?Jas. Triffit, weekly Quan...

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