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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretaras Qficc, Sept. 22, 1826'.] ^1IÏE follow ii>f,r ARTICLES, condemned as unser- viceable, will be Sold hy Auction, to the highest Bidder, at tlie Ordnance Store, on Wednesday Hie 27th instant : Corn Mill», Carpenters1 Tools, ' , . < . Ii.-on Hoops, " _ Staves, &c. Sec. By Command of His Excellency,' i _, W. H' HAMILTON.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 2, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

*;<»uv»,it.\.ukN r NOTICE. ¡'Colonial Secretary** Office, Sept. 2, 1826. | I j|«T appealing i liai Arms and other Ar j* tides found upon, or abandoned by IVrsoua apprehended or pursued as Bush- rangers, have'not always been transferred to the Civil Power, pei haps'from Igno- rance, or an imperfect Knowledge of the Law mi ihis Subject ; and, as the Reten- tion of tliî«» Property might occasion much future Inconvenience to the Holders, The LIEUTENANT GOVRRNOR deems it necessary to notify to such Parties that they are required to deliver, to' the nearest Police Mágistiateá, any Articles of this Description, and to obtain a Receipt for the same. All Persons who may have had Arms belonging to the Crown on Loan, or who may have become possessed of them by any other Means, ure requested to make a Return thereof to the Colonial Secre fasy, in order that they may be collected by the Magistrates of the several Dis- tricts. ,, By Command of Hi* Excellency, ., .. , ... W,.H HAMILTON*...

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ANNO SEPTIMO. GEORG[?] IV. REGIS. (No 3.) [An Act to promote the circulation of Sterling Money of Great Britain, and to reduce to Sterling denomination, all Securities, Contracts, and Agreements for the Payment of Money, and also to regulate the making and issuing of Promissory Notes, and Bills of Exchange within the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

ANNO SÉPTIMO. GEORG!! IV. REGIS. (NoS.Ji By His Excellency Colonel GEORG ii A RTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of ihe Island of Van Diemens Land and its Dependencies with the Advice of the Legislative Council. [An Act to promote the circulation of A " Sterling money of Great Britain, and to reduce to Sterling denomina tiott, all ¿ecurilies, Contracts, and jÍ2,reemtnts for the Payment of Money, and also to regulate the making and issuing of Promissory Notes, and Bills of Exchange within the Island of Fan Diemen* Land _j_and_ its Dependencies.} T|7 H EREAS, by an Act of His Excel J* lency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, the late Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, witli the Advice of the Council, passed on the Twenty-eighth Day of September, One thousand eight hundred and twenty four, intituled *' An Act to make Promissory Notes and Bills of Exchange, payable in Spanish Dollars, available as if such Notes and Bills had been drawn payable in Sterling Money of the Realm;" IT WAS ENACTED, That all...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 22,' 1826.1 THE CANTEENS in the Military Barracks, at] Launceston and George Town, will be LET for Wue Year to the Poison ofiipung- the most advantageous! lerms. Tenders will accordingly be received at tin* «Kee until Noon of Thursday the 5th October. By Command of His Excellency, W. U. HAMILTON.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. TENDERS will be received, at thia OftTce, until . Noon of Saturday the,7th of October, for the' Bricklayer»1 and Carpenters7 Work necessary for mak ing the Additions to the Prisoners' Barracks. ; Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Office of the Colonial Architect. By Command of His Excellency, _. W. ft. HAMÎLTOX. Commissariat Office, September 14, 182Ö. LEM.QN SPRINGS.-Persons, desirous of supply- ing the Quantity of Barley required at that Station,,deliverable there, dvrivg the ensuing Quarter, will ti-ansmit'Tenders forthwith. , ' A. MOODIE, A. CG.. Commissariat Office, Sept. 21, 1826. OTICE.-It is earnestly requested that all Claims and Demands, of whatever Nature, against this Department, to the 24¿A Instant, inclusive, mau be immediately presented at the respective Offices here, and Launceston, for Liquidation. _A. MOODIE, A. C. G. Commissariat Office, Sept. 21, 1826. HEAT.-Those Persons who have not compl...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVEUNMENT NOTICE. Colonial .Secretary's Ojffice, Sent. 22, 1826. ?ï MM""8 who ma.v uave supplied Provisions to »¡or », « M,,,tarJ\!""lConstables, on Duty in the'Inté Ad£tÏÏqu *ted Io forVard **»'* respective Accounts '«niueUiufely after tae 24th Instant. ' * ' "By<!oniraaTid*oMlhî Excellency, I VV. U. HAMIITOH.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 13, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNjtfENTjNOTICE.. Colonial Secretary's Office,'September 13,185î6.| IN the Number of the unhappy Men upon whomi thèl extreme Sentence of the, Law has tbi» Morning Tíeen carried into Ekecntio'n were the Two Native* who murdered the Stock-Keeper of Mr.' Hart, at Great Swan Port; and 'the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR would hope that this Example may tend, not only to Prevent the Commission of Similar Atrocities by the Aborigines, but to induce towards them the Observance of a con- ciliatory line of Conduct, rather than harsh or violent Treatment ; the Idtter being but too likely to produce Measures of » Retaliation, wliich. ,lmve their Issue in Crime and Death. % , - His Excellency is particulnily désirons that Magis- trates aud, Settlers" generally, shall impress on the minds of their Servants, thenecessity for preserving 'a good Understanding with this ignorant race, which isalike dictated by'humanity aud self-interest ;v for although it may at present be found difficult, and per ihaps im...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVEPNMENT NOTICE. Coloiiial Secretary's Oßce. Sept., 20, 1826. i TTpïIE Calsfe ciF James Daccy^ John Zomqs, jßi'chard JL Sutton, and Qeorge IIaycrqf'ts v» ho were adjudged' to suffer Death for an Outiageous Rob bei y of tlieir Fellow1-prisoners, Having' undergone the paiticular Consideration of the LIEUTENANT Govnitson, His Ex- cellency has been jil cased to commute that Puuishmeut for Transportation for Life. Although tliis species of Offence, which is vulgarly termed " blanket tiî/g" U of too common Occurience, and ííerjuíreá to be suppressed by the severest1 Measures, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought fit to extend the Mercy1 of the Crown to the Prisoners concerned, their Case being-the oiily one hitherto-brongjit before the Suprerrte Court, His 'Excellency conceiving that it* may operate as a «arning to prevent the Continuance of such a Practice : But it must be understood, that, as in rio future Case can any similar Plea be urged, no Mitigation whatever of any Punishment, pr...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 12, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER, , Colonial Secretaras Office. Séiiè. l£, ï§26l CONSIDERABLE Incoiïrenience, aúá é'vetí sériais ¡ impediment to the Public Service^ Having^ héíjii] occasioned by "Delay in the. Transmission ol'Official Information, Returns, Reports, &c. when called füVí ' ¿tàitrtwèxtnil*(Sb'vfiRiîrtA feels ít necessary;to require . inoré prompt Attention thereto, and to" Desire that the utmost Despatch be used in complying- .with such Or- ders as" nie,' from' Tiuie to Time, issued through the1 »roper Channels. By Coxniífand of His Excellency, _W. Ki- WAHÎLTOW,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

OOVBRNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Sfcretarifs OJice, Sept. 22,1820. j IT-being' Nrccâsary that 'the Term for which Prisoners are sentenced to a Ppnal Settlement, should, in all C^§eft,.bc immoditttilv *««ordodj-4h* LUSHTKSAAT GO- VERNOR requests that the several Mag-istrates will inva- riably, distinctly; specify the Period, and furnish the necessary Particulars, nil the Prisoners being- forwarded to the Jniis at Hobart Town or Launceston tor removal to theil- Destination ; and also state the same in the Quarterly Return made to the Colonial Secretary. By Command of His Excellency, _ W.U. HAMILTON.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED ^September 17.- 'he Government brig Prince Leopold J. Lovett, master, fn>m $Iaria I«land, with the detachment 01 troops relieved theie, and five s'ck pri soner? The vessel tom hed «»l Seopen Js'a d, for ab >ut 00 ion« of whale oil, and 2 .tons of wh dnhone, ior Mr. Be- thune- Passenger, Dr. Griffith. ' Major L«wd (ih<> Comm-m lan>) and Mrs L »rd, relumed in a boat io Matta Island on Tuesday, crobbing East bay neck. ' ( RAILED, 'September 31.--The Brig Atalanta, J. Leitch com- mander, for London direct, with the Colonial Produce and Passengers mentioned in our last. "The Brig Prince Leopold sails to-morrow for Maria Island, with stores and prisoners, to return with sawed timber from that Settlement. Passenger, Dr. Griffith.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 6, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

tíOVfcSR-N vlliNT NOUCis. Colonial Sec etnry s Office, *ept. 6, * 5 826 . pHE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ha* be» ti pleased io approve of the fol- lowing App-ûutinenis : VIr. THOMAS MONDS, to be Chief Con siab'e, bounty of Cornwall, vice Iriw son, resimiPil. Ylr. GEOBOE LAwsoN>to be Chief Dis- trict <*oti>-l-ible and Pound keeper on the West Bank of the Tamar. THOMAS MARTIN (holding a Ticket of Leave) to be Petty Constable, District of Methven. DAM « L ARN i£TT, Petty Constable, Now Norfolk, is dismissed for improper Conduct. By Command of His Excellency, " _W. H. HAMILTONf!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

VERANDA STORE, WIlOLtSALK AND RRTAlL. Tl/fR« DUNN, per the Adrian, is lan *-*?*? ing pluines of feathers for Ladic¡ bonnets, ivory-handled parasols, threat lace edging, white jean stays, lace.an mnslin collars, baby frocks and bodies worked muslin handkerchiefs, white an black Face veils, bobbin nett, pink an white tapes, cord and bobbin ; pearl wire, and cambiie buttons; soft Judiî cotton ; blue and red marking and st,oek ing cotton, black and raven grey sewiot silks; black» white,and brown buckram! wadding, black English sarsenets and co loured Persians, Ladies trimmed lad caps, Saxon blue and black superflu cloths, &c ; which, with his other Stock, of infinite Variety, he recommends to the Public. _ .TtTfctUNO KAMS.-Twenty-five un .""?. ported' per Henry, and for SALE, on liberal Teiras.-Apply to _J A M n s G it A sT, Macauarie-stfeeL H|R. JOHN FETCHEY has~oü .*.*-?? SALE, at his Stores, Davey-street, the following GOODS, imported per Ship Doncaster, and which, having bee...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Oßce, Sept. 20,1826. -...... ~~~. *.....;/ .-. vrj/.l.«,, Kll-y*. *«f, M.U+V. KEQUIRED, for the Public Service, the undermen- tioned Articles : One Hundred Yards of Cloth or Flushing-, Fifty Bullock Hides, Seventy Fathoms Timber Chain, Half-a-Ton of Juuk, Two Gross Black-lead Pe.ncils, Forty Bukhels of Lime Hair. Tenders, sealed and marked " Tenders for Stprei" will be received at this Office until Noon on Tuesday »ie26lh Instant, and Patten»«-or Samples at the Ord vauce. Storekeeper's Office on the same Day. The Price ^»fct be expressed, in Words at'Lcng-th, pnyable'iu «punish Dollars at Four Shilling's and Four-pence1 each.' By Command of His Excellency, . W. II. HAMÏLTÔW.

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

EXECUTION. At an early hour on Monday morning'we renewed   our dreary walk to the scene of death. The curiosity of   the multitnde appeared to have been satiated, and but   few were collecting to witness the third exhibition of   the dismal but instructive spectacle which was about to take place within the short space of live .days- The Iiowerful aud general desire, however, excited to know how a man.like Mr. Farquharson, wlio lind mixed in the better walks of life, and whose reason had been comparatively improved by education, would meet so .ignominious an end, attracted towards the fatal hour a ' large concourse of all ranks. On our entrance into the outer apartment, which serves asa press-room, we heard the unfortunate men, with the assistance of the Reve- rend Mr. Bedford,, mid the Reverend Mr. Carvosso, pouring forth the fullness of theirsonls bv prayers and hymns to the God of mercy. The last few days had ' been marked by the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

.JEWELLERY FOR SALE.-Just re ** ceived, and for SALE, by the under- signed, a large and elegant Assortment of Jewellery, at' the London Retail Prices, consisting'of Whist und Bonnet Slides, Tassels, Neck and Watch Chains, Brace- lets, Necklaces, Negligees, Armlets, Broaches/ Pine,' Crosses, Waist Buckled, Knee and Shoe' BucklesV Seale, Ear-rings,; Hooks and Eyes, Head Ornaments, Tube j Snaps, Bracelet ' Sriáps, Combs,- Purse Mount» and Springs, with a 'variety of; other Articles.-GEORGE TURKLEY, Li ve*rpool.sWtícíc, opposîlt' Mr. 'Btíámorit** [Field. HOBART TO IV Jf CON CEU T. IJT-NDER the Patronage, of^ Hts^ ExcÉttENCY the V LIEUTENANT OpVERNOR Se MRS. ATITJIUR, Mrs. CORR, Mrs. DB GitiiERV, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. HONE, [Mrs. KEMP, ia. ' COXDUCTOR-Nr. Mrs. MONTAGU, Mrs. OAKES, Mrs. PEDDER, Mrs. SORELL, Mrs. SrfiPHL:x. J. P. DEAXE. The Concert will take Place on Thursday the 28th Iiiitaat, at the Caurt-FIouse-Application for Tickets t.) be made to Mr. J. P. DEA NI:, at hi* Store, on the...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. OATS.-It is probable that the occasional morning frosts of the interior will never permit oats to be a very general crop to this Island. The six-rowed barley being so much more productive and better suited to maintain the natural warmth and vigour of horses, es- pecially those that sleep in the open air, appears to be much more commonly grown. Oats, however, have   many advantages, and, as they are naturally adapted for cold districts, cannot fail to succeed, if sown on dry light rising grounds. It is singular, that the oat, though a native of Britain, is more easily hurt by frost than the wheat which is a native of India. The fact is accounted for by the one being annual, and the other biennial. NEW TURNIP -A variety of the common yellow Held turnip has been originated in Aberdeenihiie, and js c iming" rapidly into repute throughout England. It is not larger tîvnn'tlie conimon variety, but is more of an (eggs'apefike the Swedish turnip,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

r fOR LONDON DIRECT. j-» HE First-Class Ship II E N R Y, (Copper-fastened and cop. percd), H. J« Bu N N EY Commander, wTTí Sail direct from hence to London, on or about the beginning of October next, This Vessel has the greater Patt of the Caio-o engaged, and has only room for a sinaîl Quantity of Dead Weight and a few Bales of Wool. For Freight apply t0 WILLIAM WILSON, Agent. "FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE Ship Doncaster commenced load- ing on the 7th Ultimo, and will be despatched from hence without Delay. Extensive Accommodation for Cabin Passengers, or any kind of light Freight. Captain CHURCH offers for Sale, a small Quantity ofsuperiorhops,(New Mess) liish Beef and Pork of 1S2Ô; together with Ship Bread, in new iron-bound Pun- cheons, and double and single Jack Screws. These Stores are of the very best Quality, having been put on board for a long Voyage.--Likewise, an Eight day and a Two-day Chtonometer, Lon- don-made. f¡3> Skinq, or Wool suitable for the London Maiket, will be re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS REWARD. Police Oßce, Hobart Town, Sept. 21,1896. THE undermentioned Comicts, charged toithdivexs Felonies, having broke out of the Gaol at Laun- ceston, all Constables and Others are hereby required to use their utmost Exertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody. A. \V. II. HUMPHREY, Police Magistrate. Best, Will ¡am, (683) broion hair, broion eyes,20 years of agc, a shoemaker, tried at Gloucester April 1823, sentence life, native place Gloucester, arrived an this Colony by the Sir Godfrey Webster 1S23, sear inside right arm, a.figure of a man same arm, moon andstars N.A.D. and woman same arm.-Reward Twenty Gui-, neas. Brown, Michael, (397) dark brown hair, blue eyes, 23 years of age, a labourer, tried at Middlesex Sepï. 1820, sentence 7 years, native place London, arrivedin this Colony by the Lady Ridley, 1S21, masonic arvJi, man, woman, J. W. B.1820, J. R. on right arm, sun, moon and stars, 31. 31. Ii. on left ann.-Reward Twenty Guineas. Ellis, George...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 20, 1826. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to Grant the following Indulgences : FREE PARDON James Gillaghan .... Boyd. CONDITIONAL PARDON.   Leonard M'Cullow, alias Si-}   mon M'Cullogh ....} Minerva. TICKETS OF LEAVE.     William Parker .... Guildford   Edward Woodhart .... Ditto Charles Probin .... Caledonia George Haynes, not John} Haines (as notified in the} Lady Ridley Gazette of. the 12th Aug.)} James Hume (for the District}     of New Norfolk only) ..} Phoenix (1).     By Command of His Excellency, W. H. HAMILTON.

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