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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 10TH TO 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 23 September 1826

STATE OF THE WEATHER, »ROM 10TH TO 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1826. j Thermom. I Barom. Date. ? . 1-.- iVi7id. Result, , \fr»m |_io (yVowi to_ Mon. \ 50" 63" 29.5 29.6 S. Cloudy Tues. 45 59 29.6 29.6 S. E. Showers Wed. 43 57 29.7 29.7 S.W. Showers Thurs. 47 59 29.4 29.4 W. Shower* JW. 49 61 29.3 29.3 N.W. Showers Sat. 47 62' 29.3 29.3 N. E. Shower« Sun. 45 53 29.4 29.4 E. Showers 1 I II« " --- in i i ? ,i fgfr Whatever appears in this Paper (NOT OFFICIAL) «J at the sole control and responsibility of the Editor. PRISON DISCIPLINE.--The cla«sifi cation o: ih* prisoners is, we learn, to be, Hiq*t judiciously, a primary object in the construction of Hie new gaol, the want - f which in the piesent one i« even a greater evd than its insecurity The great« st at- tention is indeed due, in order to pievent the contagion of crime in all assemblages or this population. No rucease in the physic-il world is so infectious as that of viC' in the moral one. Fur these reasons, ihr Public saw with real satisfac...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Oßce, Sept. 22, 182fi. rïlENDEîlS will he received, at thÍ3 Office, until I Noon of Saturday tin* 7th of October, for the Brick layers1 and Carpenters' Work necessary for mak-   ing the'Additions to tlie Prisoners' Barracks.* Plans mid Specification« may be seen at the Office of the Colonial Architect. - By Command of His Jixcellencv, _W/lMlAMaTO*.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. 'Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22,1Í26. I r l,e¡nK..Neeessnrv that tbe 'Iarm tor windi Prisoners ire sentenced to a Penal Settlement, should, in all; /Ws be.¡turnediutclv recorded, the LIKUTKNANT GO frtWOR requests that the several Magistrates will invn ¡HIIIV distinctly specify the Period, nud,-furnish' the necpssnivParticulars, on the Prisoucrs being- forwarded to the Jails at Hobart Tuwn or Lauuceston for l.emoval !>their Destination-, and also state-ihn same in the Quarterly Return mude to the Colonial Secretary. . , Bv Command 01 HIS -.xccuencv, J . _W. II. IlAMILTOH.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, Sept. 22,1826. THE CANTEENS in the Military Barracks, ar< Launceston and Georg-e Town, will be LET for One Year to the Person oft'eiing- the most advantageous Terms. Tenders will accordingly he received at this Office until Noon of Thursday the* 5th October. By Command of His Excellency, | _._ W. H. H4Mir,TON. Commtisartat Office, Sept. 31, 1826. COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES -The iinderinen,. j turned Tendéis tire accepted, deliverable at His Majesty's Stores, liobnit Town, dining"the Quarter comme'ucW 25tb Instant : WHEAT. JBushels, Kemp & Co.1000 Ü.W. Gunning ..1000 Eilw. Abbott, Jun. 1000 Riehaid Barker .. 500' JolinCassidy. 500 AU-X. Buchanan .. 350 J.O. Gag-e . 300 Rich. Moi gan, Jun. 60 1 ' Jiushelt. Francis Atkinson.. 900 T.Y. Lowest Co... 3000 Ralph Dod«rc .... 200 ¿olinffl'Ginnes.... 20« John Walker.200 William Orr.1500 John Gibson.500 Andrew Whitehead Julia Lakeland,... 300 100 BARLEY. 400 I George Espie ... 300 I ...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1826. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 90, 1826. Artist PRICE OF BRBA¿j I*e Tm9 P«UH4Lvof, $d. Currency,rt-ife Sterling.\ per buth. .- ii. Wheat.. « 0 UshBarl«?.. S 0 tditto ...... A 0 ptr cwt. { ÎinejFlottr.. gi 0 ofrtehotdaltt».. fo O -Seeoudditto .... l8 0 ÎWoe«. 5 0 -H«y{«rtifid»»f r*»)Mft 0 jHtto(«fcturml ditto) ,90 tf B«ef,........... 0 A Mutton . 0 6 Îorle,...*.....,. , 6 8 ¡utter (friab).'... 9 0 -Itoffált) ...... t, « »aoJbjthafirki» 1 7 ....... I 3 dse«M'(Sydiii Ditto (j£ngliih' i?:; al).. fcoap (Óolóniof) Do. do. by tbe, W>X Ditto (Eüffljlb) .. Do. do. by thelwk I I 1 9 0 9 0 7 0 10 0 * Siifitr Dirt» by thebajf.. 0 4 1 Ditto ditfo (fia*).. 0 4¿ j Tea, ............ 3 9 -Dkto-ky UM ch«t * $ Tobaeeo . 3 0 Ditto by the baakat 1 % per tag. Riet. 52 0 fr gall Win« ..8 0 Rum. 19 0 Brandy . ]9 0 Ott oarr «alt Fork. 136 »HJÊ9^9tAGISTRÀTE FOR TW5 NJC3CT WEEK, I JAKE* 8ÇOTT> Bsqiiine.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 13,1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ColoniaJ Secretary''s Oßce, September 13,1826. |j IN the Number of the unhappy Men upon whom the extreme Sentence of the Law has this Morning been carried into Execution were the Two Natives 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 latter being but too likely to nroduec Measures of Retaliation, which have their Issue ia Crime and Death. His Excellency is particularly desirous that Magis- trates and Settlers generally, shall impress on the mindi of their Servants, the necessity for preserving a good Understanding with this ignorant race, which is alike dictated by humanity mid self-interest -, for although it may at present be found difficult, and per- haps impracticable, to impro...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

-GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretaras Office, Sept. 20, 1820*. THE Case of Jamçs liucey, JoTtn Lomas, Richard Sutton, and George Hatjcraft, who were adjudged to suffer Death for an Outrageous Robbery of tlieir Fellow-prisoners, having undergone the particular Consideration of the LIEU-RENA^T GOVBRNOR, II» Ex- cellency hat been pleased to commute that Punishment for Transportation for Life. Although this species of Offence, which i« vulgarly termed " blanketting," is of too common Occurrence, and requires to be suppressed by the «everest Measure1», tho LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ha» thnnght fit to extend the Mercy of the Crown to the Prisoner« concern«!, their Case being the only one hitherto brought before the Supreme Court, Hit Excellency conceiving that it may operate as a warning to prevent the Continuance of an,ch a Practice : But, it must be understood, that, « I in no future Case can any similar Plea "be urçed, no ' Mitigation whatever of any Punishment, prescribed by the Law, is t...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

. GX)VERNMNT:ORDER. :l Colonial Secretary'slO'fftce, Septï&lVÎteo. rp\JE LIEUTBNÀNCT Gov^R.ttpB^iiás ï *. directeeMhat "it shall be notified IO rOfficer> hiring the Command or Charge of Outstation^ that theyare not to con- sider themselves at Liberty to repair ti .Head-Quarter*, or' otherwise,-to ,a]>sent themselves from Duty (exempting*under Circumstances of art Urgent ^Nature) with* out Permission pVeviously obtained* * By Command of °Hi$ Excellence, - , . « J&tt.; ;H. H A-V I J/? O TT«

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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 — 30 September 1826

ANNO SÉPTIMO. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No3.; JBy His Excellency Colonel GBOMGK ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island,of Fan Diemens Land and its Dependencies with the jfdvice of the Legislative Council. ' [An Act to promote the circulation of S terang Money of Great Britain, and to reduce to Sterling denomina tion, 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 Diemens Land and its Dependencies.] w 'HERE AS", by an Act of His Excel- lency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, the late Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, with the Advice of the Council, passed on the Twenty-eighth Day of September, One thousand eight hundred and rwenty-four, intituled «' An Act to make Promissory Notes and Bills of Exchange, pauable in Spanish Dollars, available as if such Notes and Bills had been drawn payable in Sterling Money of the Realm? IX WAS ENACTED, Thdt ali Bills o...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDEft. .Colonial Secretar y s Office, Sept. 27,.1S2(5. I'JErVlY ASSISTANT COMMÍSSARY *-^ GENERAL FLETCHER'S appointed, pro tempore, to act as. Commissary of Accounts; By Command of ;"v . The Lieutenant Governor,, ._ W. H. HAMTL^OW.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept.29, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT N0TICE7~ 'm_Colonial Secretaras Oßc~e,~Sept.'29,<lSii6. REQUIRED, for the PubhVSclrvíce, Ü«t undwmen tioned Articles : Twenty-four boxes Wafers, - < Twenty-four Cupboard Lockt, Six 14-inch Double Blocks, Six 14-inch Single ditto; "" "* Two coil* 5-inch Rope, Two coils 4-inch ditto, » X!~.¿ i ~¿^', Three coils 3-înch ditto^- - - ' ? ^." , " ^"" y Three coils .each 9 and 12-thread Ratline, Forty gallons Spirits Turpentine, Fite hundred weight of Oakum. I Tenders, sealed and marked " Tender» for Stores," | will be rece ¡red at this Office until Noon on Tuesday the I ! 3d October, and Patterns or Samples at the Ordnance H } Storekeeper's Office on the same Day. The Price mint | , be expiessed, iii Words nt Length, payable in Spanish jj Dollars at Four Shilling-* and Four-nence each. H By Command of His Excellency, _ W. H. HAMIITOÏ.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

T***rriÖ* «» *t^lonUl Correney** ¡« received, sad akhvugh IM reafou¡Ds»it contain* doe« a«t«ltog«!A . the* «orretaaad with tha ideas we have formed oo4U(e Subject, we shall be fcatíjpy to give it» place. 'Wèthrak the renarks on a Isrteojernl appointment in .)*. Ordnance Store are unnecessary. We have all '? W«fc upheld the propriety of «electing to places of .T '" jptblittrnat, mei| or known integrity, to whatever rank ^ayitatkm «f lift they may belong, especially- when *Wy brine with them ttar«dditto*al claim of a nume -irans family tosuppart. * Wcagain istr«%t oar numerous kind and valuable con *. tribntof» not to imagina because their productions do %ot appear, that they are forgotten, or not daly estt .nated. Toe contrary i» the case. We have many ' ' artides before at, which we èhalt be proud to give the Public of Van Dieiuen's Land, and which will shew to the world, that though remote we are not beyond the jurisdiction of Minerva and the Mai**. We would particularly apologise ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

FOK LONDON DIRECT; "3k 2k& 'f^E Fast-Sailing Ship il^WV^vA (C°PPer*fastenerf ar,d C0P* ^^^Sr H. J. BONN BY «Mailer* will Sail di reel from "hence tb~Lóndongon or about the 15th October next .T\iis Vessel has the greater Part of her Cargo on board,-having "room only for'^Tjpwr Baie« of Wool and a small Quantfty~of <2xtraci (the latter must be,shippe!d'hèfijîre Wednesday next). -She has-most-superior Accommodations for Cabin Passerigetsi For Freight or Passage apply to *,xV* WILLIAM WILSON, Agent. ¡VOTICE.-Whereas, on: the '4á of ^ March last, the -undermentioned Articles of PLATE were left with the undersigned as a Security for the Pay» tnent of a Debt ; viz :- ' : ¡ IC Silver Forksj ' 6 ditto Table Spoons, -<** , I ditto Lidie, ' - ',' ' 1 ditto Fish Slice, A ^V 2 ditto Sauce Ladles'; r m *. 1 ditto Carp, *?" 3 ditto ivory-handled Forts, * 9 ditto Skewers, 2 ditto Butter Knives, 1 ditto Dessert ditto ; ' ' which, if not taken away by the Owner within 14...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

ROSS MARKET   THE Public are informed, that, in Consequence of the late continued and heavy Rains, the Ross   Market will be held on Wednesday the 25th of October, instead of the 4th Instant, as formerly announced. A Meeting of the Subscribers will take place at the Man of Ross (Ross Bridge) the Day preceding the Market, at which all who are interested in the Estab- lishment are requested to attend. LEWIS GILLES, Secretary & Treasurer. HECTOR.     THAT beautiful grey Horse, HECTOR, will Stand at Derwent Park until the 15th of October, and will then proceed to Launceston. Terms 5 Guineas, and 5s. the Groom. A very beautiful and highly bred Hereford BULL, from the celebrated Herds of Mr. Germaine, will Stand for the Season at Norfolk Plains, and be Let to Cows at two Guineas each.     PUBLIC NOTICE.---All Persons are hereby cau- tioned against employing or in any way harbour- ing the following indent...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 13TH TO 20TH SEPTEMBER, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

STATE OF TOB WEATHER, STATE OF THE WEATHER   jjgfr'l 1'1'J**!.111""^'1* \m i> »5t* t * I M 'S«*/ I *4 | fw£ j »a ©Î"»* 56 «ft ¿»TO«. 19.« 9fcB §9.4 *9.» «9.8 994 »41 W7" N.W. K.W. N.tr: "H^JÇtoNP' w«"i« «».Mi» J"«wr ftw omeut, FRUITS OF INDUSTRY. We are happy to see a party of men emp'oycd in preparing and breaking the stone on the approved principle of Macadam, for Eliza beth Street. The persons directing them   ought to be particularly careful that no soft or carious matter be intermixed with the metal, for which none but the hardest and cleanest stone should be used. In our Journal of the 17th of June last, we pre- sented our Readers with a clear and dis- tinct view of the best practice of road making, to which we may safely refer on the present occasion. It is highly desi- rable that every possible strength should be applied to complete this chief entrance into Hobart Town- Now that the drain -that great undertaking for so young a community is finish...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND' SELECT. CENTRAL AFRICA. - The half civilized tribes disco- vered and visited by Major Denham in Central Africa throw great light on the history and geography of that part of the world. - The skeletons of slaves which he saw on the road from the coast were shocking to huma- nity. Around one well in a desert part he counted above hundred, some of them with the skin still remain- ing to the bones, and not even a little sand to cover them. There are many towns and fortified places. The scenery is rich and beautiful, and abounds with panthers   and snakes. Major Denham had a most narrow escape for his life in an unsuccessful attack of one tribe upon another which he accompanied. Being unwilling to spoil his clothes, they did not cut him down or shoot their poisoned arrows at him, and after shipping him of every thing, while they were disputing about the division of his garments, he escaped from their hands. They pursued him till he reached the preci...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Oßce,, Sept. 27, 1826. | THE Period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired. Certificates of Freedom have been accordingly granted to them : Thomas Brookes. Dromedary   George Harrison. Ditto ,   John Cocker. Ditto William Cullen. Adm.Cockburn John Clark.......... Caledonia - William Wilson. Richmond   Samuel Knight............Coromandel   James Washington ........... Ditto William Simcoe. Ditto   John Ley (Duplicate)...... Ditto   ' Charles Pollard (Duplicate). Lord Melville By Command of his Excellency, _W. H. HAMILTON.

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, 26TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, 20TH of SEPTEMBER, 1826.   Edward Macginnis, free, by servitude, was put to the bar, charged with having stolen a sheep the property of Sinclair Williamson and John Muir, Butchers, in Liverpool-street. The prisoner was caught in the yard,     and when discovered was lying on one of the sheep. After a very lame defence he was found - Guilty. Michael Slattery, a private in the 40th Regiment of Foot, was indicted for firing at Edmund Hodgson. It appeared that the prisoner was one of a party of military stationed at the Cross Marsh, to go in pursuit of the banditti then at large. Information having been re-   ceived by Mr. Whitfield, the Chief District Constable,   which induced him to despatch the party at his house, Slattery, with five other soldiers, a black native, and a constable went in pursuit of the robbers. Near the Cross Marsh, they saw a man on horseback at a short   distance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 30 September 1826

~" TSALES BY AUCTION. ."'- - J|V 3tR. J.-T.. COÎ.UCOTT, At Iii» Marr, in Murray .«ti wt, on Monday next,, the 2d October, without.Reserve,* ' . fjhl!& following Articles of HOUSEHOLD FURNI J TURE, ¿ce the Property of i Gentleman about to leave Hobart Town :-Cedar chest of drawer«, ditto wash-hand stand,, 2 saddles and bridles, 3 sels of horse clothing complete, mahogany table, Britannia metal cover dishes with top and side dishes, fish fork, soup ladies; gravy, tala.', dessert, and «alt spoons ; white liaiullcd earring and table knives and forks, dessert «litto, handsome plated cruet-stand with crystals com- plete, wearing apparel, an excellent double-barrelled glin witli mahogany case, and other useful articles too numerous to mention.-Prompt Payment. At same Time mid Place, to close Consignments from \ Sydney, CfAPE WINE of Very supe!¡or flavour, in hogsheads i and half hogshead«; eight toas of sugar, rope'of sizes, and a quantity of rertiartnbly fine flavoured black tea.-...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct 5, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 7 October 1826

Govett VIENT NOíT E. Colonial Secretary's Office, Uct ñ, 1826. ÏT having been represented that Stock * Owners, resident in the Neighb >ur* hood of the Crown Luid at Koss, ar« in the habit-of sending their Servants thi thet to collect -traved Cattle, bv whom a Part «f the Guv« m meru Heid are Ire qnently driv« n ff toa considerable Dis- tance, thus occasioning material Loss and inconvenience-It has become necessary to noitfy, that un ess fcuch Practice t>e d ¡scon tin tied, ncou i se wnl t»e had to severe Measure» lor its prevention In any Case wheie it is supposed the Cattle of Individual« are mixed with those of the Ctown, the Super ntendent of the Establishment w*ll, on Appieation being made io him, a fiord every facility for effecting their Separaten J hut it is es s. nttal that hone whatever be removed' from thf Uno without being pieviously ?subjeced to his Inspection. 3y Co m m mid of Thf Lieutenant Governor, . W. tí. HAMILTON

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