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Chit Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

CHIT CHAT This so often varies as always to present something new. The present rumours of the town are, that   Mr. Hamilton, the late acting Colonial   Secretary, Naval Officer, &c. and still a Mem- ber of the Legislative Council, is now to be a Police Magistrate at New Norfolk. We give him joy of his good fortune, for he has popped into a permanent situation at last, and a tolerable good thing too. Mr- Gunning, J. P. of the Coal River, is said to have been appointed as Police Magis- trate of that Settlement. Mr. Smith, the Barrack Master, ac-     cording to one report, is to be Police Magis- trate at Pitt-water; other reports state, that he is to fill that office at Ross Bridge; and to have the Government run at that place for his grant of land. As the Government stock at Ross Bridge is about to be sold, Mr. Simp- son, the present Superintendent, is to be appointed Police Magistrate at Launceston, vice Mr. Mulgrave, who go...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Colonial Distillation. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

dToIontal JpitftfUatibm This has been a -subject, which has em- braced a greater portion otour columns than perhaps any other of the kind," We have al- ways pointed out, that Colonial Distilla- tion was the only profitable method of rid- ding ourselves,;or our superabundant grain. We have written ourselves?we have quoted the^vritings of others^rre-written, and writ- ten again, till: at last - we find that our en? deavours have not .been fruitless,, as they have at length stirred upaspirit of distillation among the Settlers iii several parts of" the , Island. G. F, Rear* Esq. J. P. of New Nor- folk, has, we understand, suggested to His Excellency.the Lieutenant Governor, the ne- cessity, arestablishing.suiall,distilleries, arid the.; propriety of the. Government of support- ing and encouraging them. Indeed we may say? necessity has brought, it to its present crisis; for we might have said what we pleas- ed, if they had not found it tobe their own interest to do, so, ere the Settlers ...

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Trial by Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

Trial by Jury. The Petition of the Independent.and re- peatable Inhabitants at the Cape of Good' Hope, addressed to Parliament, for Trial by Jury and a. House of Assembly, had upwards of Twelve Hundred names affixed to it, when the brig Caledonia sailed. This is quite sufli cient to shew what are the real wishes of the Cape community. Two-thirds of the whole property of the country may be considered as: represented by these names. No time should; therel'ore-bevrast in getting- up a Petition, tor) the same iheslimable: privileges in'Vari Die rnen's Land, and transmitting it to England by the Hugh Crawford. , The ellect which has been produced in Cey- lon by Trial by Jury, will be seen by the fol- lowing account, written by Sir AleXandkr Johnston, formerly Chief Justice in that Co- lony :? . "The introduction of Trial by Jury into the Island of Ceylon, and thc extension df thc right of sitting upon Juries to every half cast, as well as to every other native of the Island, whatever his...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

Commissariat Office, Feb. 20, 1S27. XT J Y: and STKA W.?Persans desirous of H- supplying. Monthlyy abind 25 Tons'of Hay and 5 Tons of Slra-w, deliverable at Jlis Majesty's Lumber-yard, are requested to trans- mit Tenders either for Twelve Months or for such Periods as may suit them, on or.before f Wednesday thc 1th of Jil ar ch. S VG JR and TE J.?Tenders accompanied by Samples, to Supply Jhreo to five Tons of Swar, and Five or- Ten Chests of Tea, will, be received until Wednesday the Ilk of March. YiEQUIttft&i for .lne 'Pilbftc. Service?One £* UandLine\ One Head Line; One Log Line, Two -Log .Glasses^ One 'Half-lwur. Glass, One . telescope, and a Bell similar io that in Use ut the limnber-tiard; A. Moonii;, A.,CG. ' Commissariat Office, Launceston, Feb. 1 7,1827. rilEft'DERS will be received at this Office.for X the following Supplies, until 10 o'clock on friday the 10/ft of March ensuing, viz. Launceston and George Town., Fresh Meat.?Quantity required for the Storcsduring th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

kN SALE, by William Wise, Mur r ray-street, the following Medicines, Aloes Acid Muriatic Nitros Acetic Sulphuric Tartaric Citric Lemon Alum Burnt Antimony Tartar Ammonia Carb. Arrow Root Arnatto Antimony crude Aqua Fortis Aniimonial Wine Ammonia Water Adhesive Plaister Balsam Capaiva Bole Armenian Berries Juniper Besilicon Bluestone Bark Periviau Burgundy Pitch Black Lamp Ivory Brasil Wood Bitter Apple Bougies Patent Borax Blue Pills Caustic Chalk Ppfc. Camphor Crude Relined Confection Roses Aromatic Sense Hips Cerate Turner's ' Spermaceti Goulard Cinnamon Cowagc Calomel Cream Tartar Copperas Carmine Carraway Comfits Camomile flowers Corks , Cold Cream Cayenne Pepper Cochineal Curry Powder Catsup Cathartic Pills Cheltenham Salts Dragon's Blood Daffy's Elixor Distilled Vinegar Extract Bark Catechu Colocynth Henbane Hemlock. Poppy Lead Essence Spruce Musk Lemon Bergamot Anchovies Friar's Balsam Fire Boxes Gum Dragon Guiacum Arabic Asszefcetidx Myrrh . Mastic Gambouge^ Galbanum Kino Co...

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Sydney Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

ship news 2.3.1827 Two transport-ships arrived from England on the 11th ult namely, the ship Albion, Cap tain Ralph, with 192 male prisoners from Portsmouth, October 4th; and the Midas, Cap* 1 tain Baignie, from Portsmouth the 16th of j October, with 145 male prisoners.-r*Pasien ^ers, Lieut. Bowen, 39th Regt.; Rev. J. Nor- man, Mrs. Norman, and 3 children; Mr Lisk, Mr. James M'Arthur, Mr. Charles M'Artliur, and Ensigns Bulkeley and Lewis, of the 40th Regiment?On the 2d of February, the ship Brothers, Capt. Motley, from Cork the 3d of October, arrived at Sydney also, with 160 fe- male prisoners, 3 having died on thc passage. Passengers, four free women, wives, pf pri- soners. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Forres- ter, R. N. Brings ten tori of copper coin for the use of the Colony. , The ship Portland, Captain J. Mood, with a full cargo of Colonial produce, had sailed for London and Leith. Passengers, Lieut. Colo- nel Balfour, 40th Regiment, and family ; Cap- tain Lockyer, 3d Regiment, ...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

Colonial Times.           HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1827. In every Government where power is vested in a single individual, enors will creep in, abuses will prevail, oppression will predomi- nate, and discontent will be the result?more especially when the governed are Englishmen, who have tasted what liberty really is, and who therefore can never submit loan uncon- trolled Oligarchy. Faction can never exist, but to the sacrifice of freedom. Party can never be supported, but at the expense of principle. Therefore when we find these, we may safely conclude, that freedom and principle are rapidly losing ground. In this case, however, the Press, the disseminator of truth ?the free enquirer into political sub- jects, comes forward to fill up the vacancy. Free discussion and liberty of speech are in the highest degree useful; inasmuch, as they hold a check upon the actions of those? in whom supreme power is vested; nor i...

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Sydney Intelligence. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

Sydney Inteligence. (From the Australian.) Colonel Gibbs is appointed Lieutenant Go- vernor of Van Diemen's Land, in the room of Colonel Arthur, who is recalled. Lieute- nant Roberts (who is well known here) is appointed Aid-de-Camp to the aforesaid Colonel Gibbs. Piracy by Prisoners and Re-capture.-         The Sisters arrived last night from New Zea- land, where she had been in the course of a whaling voyage. While off the Bay of lslands, the brig Wellington made her appearance. It was soon, ascertained that she was in pos- session of the prisoners on board of her, to the number of sixty-six, who had been sent from this port with a view of being conveyed, to Nor- folk Island. Captain Duke, of the Sisters, im- mediately shewed fight, and entered into a brisk engagement along with his gallant crew, consisting of about thirty men. The contest lasted upwards of four hours, when the Wel- lington's main-mast was carried away. Cap- tain...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

SHIP NEWS Arrived on Saturday last, from England, the ship Andromeda, Captain Muddle, with 144 male prisoners, three having died on the voyage. She left the Downs the 17th of Oc- tober. On her passage she spoke the Midas, with male prisoners for New South Wales. The Andromeda brings out a detachment of the 39th Regt, under orders of Lieut. Queade, and Ensign Coddington, of the 40th Regt., who intend remaining at this station. Three soldiers' wives were delivered of three chil- dren on board. The Surgeon Superintendent is Dr.. Carlisle, R. N. who has been out to these Colonies twice before. Same day, arrived the brig Caledonia, Cap- tain .J. Bell, with a general cargo, from Fal- mouth the 31st of October. On her pas- sage she touched at the Cape, and has expe- rienced much bad weather on her way from thence, having lost her bulwarks, spars, and jolly-boat, which were washed overboard. Passengers, Mrs. Bell, Mr. Shand, and Mrs. Curran and child, who were both nearly washed overboard i...

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To the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

To the Ladies. We have just been informed, by one on whose veracity we think we may pretty confidently, rely, that a late number of the Morning Chro- nicle, now in the Colony, contains a leading article on the subject of marriages by Special License in Van Diemen's Land. The pur- port of it is, as we understand, to shew that marriages solemnized by the Special License of Lieutenant Governor Arthur, are invalid;   and that no person but the Archdeacon can grant a License under which a marriage shall   be valid in England ! This is a case of first-   rate importance, as it involves in it the peace   and reputation of many individuals, and the future hopes of many families, both here and in England. For, should this be the case, the litigations will be innumerable, where there is   any property at stake. It will cut off, in many instances, the lineal descent, and throw property into the hands of, in many instances, aliens...

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New Norfolk Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 March 1827

New Norfolk Bridge The Public have for some time had their minds in a considerable degree, occupied by the steps taken by certain individuals, in order to construct a bridge at New Norfolk, over the River Derwent. Such an under- taking would undoubtedly be attended with very happy results if carried into effect, as it would very materially assist the farmer in bringing his produce to market. In the first place it would be a saving of two-thirds of the expense, now attendant on the mere crossing the ferries; and, in the next, it would be an entire saving of the time and   Money, which is now thrown away while waiting to cross. Therefore the object is   highly commendable and praise-worthy, al- though it has been entered into in a hidden and secret way. In a public work which it is proposed should be completed by the Pub- lic, at the public expense, should undoubt- edly be well explained in the outset, by the projectors thereof. Prospectuses should be printed...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

?HÉ £W Ketaj*. Arrived on Monday last from Port Jack ion, H:s Majesty's ship Fly, Captain WE- THER vu,, bound for Trincomalee, or Madras, where Admiral GAGE'S ship is expected tobe lying. On Wednesday morning she proceed- ed iii prosecution of her voyage. Arrived on Friday last from Launceston, the sloop Recovery, John Williams, Master. -Mr. Maycock, owner. Sailed yesterday morning, the American brig General Sucre, Captain Ptttner, and the schooner Bplivar, Captain Myrick, in prose- cution of fhëîr" voyage to -Valparaiso. , The City of Edinburgh, Captain M'Kellar, will sail for Sydney this afternoon. The Hugh Craufird, Captain La'ngdon, will sail for England in the course of the en- suing week. . LAUNCESTON, MARCH 5.-Arrived on Tues- day last, the brig Dotlrell, and schooner Olivia, from Sydney, with teas, &c. ; and on Wednesday, the cutter Speedwell, from the Same port, with merchandize.

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[GOVT. GAZETTE, MARCH 3.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

[ GOVT. GAZETTE, MARCH 3.]   CHARLES ARTHUR, Esq. is appointed to act as Barrack Master, in the room of Malcolm Laing Smith, Esq. until the pleasure of His Majesty's Secretary of State be known. His Excellency the LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR has been pleased to appoint WILLIAM THOMAS PARRAMORE, Esq. to be his Private Secretary, in the room of Charles Arthur, Esq. His MAJESTY has been pleased to appoint THOMAS ANSTEY, Esq. to be a Member of the Legislative Council. His Excellency the LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR, with the advice of Council, and on the recommendation of the Archdeacon, has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM PIKE, to be Lecturer and Catechist at Jericho. His Excellency the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Mr. JOHN SMITH, to be an Assistant Surgeon, and stationed at George-town.

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Launceston News. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

%&títtü$tmi Kfems. bRpï« OUR CoRRESPOKOENrSll-«. Agréat'iiuhíberof the notes ol' tííe Tas= maman Bank are in circularon herer; and monstrous to relate, the Agent,' Mr.^ßartley, demands the r(ate of two and'ultalf'per cent; for discounting his principals,' b,ills, und that, too, by a draft upon Hobaijt Ton li !( Much dis- content pievails iii consequence ; and I un- derstand, 'thtitthe'people'here ' are «bout to come to'a detWininátioU 'not to take their notes'at all^oi; ii''the ft'ùó, only1 l'or 19s.-6d. unless this pra'ctice is pVt' à Vtop/'to. 1 only ask yourself^ if it is not liíyúig a. pi-ftty tax upon us j for taking a^id circulating their notes. 11 Imperial gunpowder* tea^ is ' selling at £4 4s. peV box \ lvysoiitskin at £9 per chest ; hyson, ¿M2 12s. ;**poiter, £l2t12s. per hog* shead ; jCape'wino,*'i?24 perpi^ej; brandy, 20s rp'ër* gallon; rum^'les. "per* ditto ; su- gar,' 8d. per lb. ; wheat, from 4s. to 4s. 6d« per bushell f ' < It is a wonder that the m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

JUST received ex Dottrell, and on SALE, at the Stores ofS. LORD, Jun. Launces- ton, superior hyson-skin tea, imperial sou- chong and souchi ditto ; Isle of France sugar, coffee, rice, tobacco, hollands, rum, Lisbon wine, in quarter casks;.claret, in cases; su- perfine black and brown cloth ;. sarsnet, la- dies' silk handkerchiefs, shawls; ell-v^ide Erints, of superior quality ; drill, blue nan- een, camlet, dowlas, shirtings ; sewing silk, of colours ; Irish linen, window glass,' hemp, English and Bengal twine ; handsome china breakfast. setts, cut decanters, ditto tumblers and,goblets, wine glasses; snuff, 'in bottles; pickles, sauces, mustard,starch, ginger; writing paper, shot, iron pots, of sizes ;. frying pans ; shovels, setts of horse and bullock narness ; horse shoes and nails for ditto; bamboo blinds,'camphor wood trunks ; blankets, a one-horse power mill, a pair of mill-stones ; cedar, in log and plank ; with a variety of other goods, for which all kinds of Colonial produce...

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America. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

america. ' We have been favoured with a sight of the National Calendar of the United States, from the perusal of which we have derived much pleasure and information. It is embellished with plans of elevations of the Piesident's house, the Capitol or Senate-house, and the offices of the different depai tments of the Go- vernment, and from it we glean the following particulars, which may perhaps be deemed interesting to some of our Readers :?-The Navy of the United States in 1823, consisted of 77 vessels ot war, of which 10 were built in the year 18221-75 Newspapers were pub- lished at the commencement of 1822. The Revenue for the year 1825, amounted to 27,000,000 dollars. The expenditure the same year was 28,253,597 dollars-23 cts. The public deht is 93,043,019-67 cts. The, value of exports for the year 1822 weie domestic, foi articles the produce of dollars. 1.-The Sea ... 1,384,539 2-The Forest. 3,815,542 3_Agriculture*... -. 41,272,379 4.-Manufactures. 2,483,052 5.-Uncertain. 918,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

To DUDLEY FEREDAY; Esq. Sheriff of   Van Diemen's Land, WE, the Undersigned, request that you will be pleased to convene a Public Meeting of the Free Inhabitants of the Colony, for the Purpose of Petitioning the KING, and both HOUSES of PAR- LIAMENT, for Trial by Jury, , AND A HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY We have the honor to be, Sir, your most obedient servants, EDWARD LORD William Bunster David Lord E. C. Richards John Walker James Ogilvie Horatio Win. Mason J. H. Westbrook William Wilson George Meredith Charles Ross Nairne Fred. Champion. T. G. Gregson William Gellibrand Anthony Fenn Kemp John Briggs Walter A. Bethune John A. Eddie James Grant John C. Underwood William M. Orr George Cartwright Richard Barker Thomas Atkiuson Samuel Hood Hobart Town, Match 2, 1827 Sheriff's Office, Hobart Town, March 5, 1827. I, DUDLEY FEREDAY, Esquire, Sheriff of the Island of Van Diemen's Land   and its Dependencies, in compliance with wishes of the Gentlemen who have signed the ab...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

To Correspondents. JONATHAN OLDENBUCK on Magistrates, is again unavoidably postponed, for want of room i lut tee promise him a place. Mr. WHITFIELD must excuse us this week, from inserting his " fifty-pounder," loaded with "Swedish bars." We must keep it for a reserve   "shot in our locker."     /Ve had prepared an article in reference to PHILO'S Communication, on assigned female servants, but press of matter compels us to post- pone both till next week. OBSERVER takes a wrong view of the case, respecting the piice of seal-skins.- IVe do not think thal the Merchants are cu'pable; and therefore he is inadmissible. Several other Communications have been re- lieved late in the week, and are under con- sideration, d3? Price of Bread-4d. .Silting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, A. M.

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Cable Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

Table Talk Captain LANGDON intends to sell the Hugh Crawford on his arrival in England, and to return in a new vessel, entirely his own pro-   perty. W. SECCOMBE, Esq. Assistant Colonial Sur- geon, has been married to Miss KEMP, second   daughter of A. F. Kemp, Esq, Captain MYRICK, of the American schoon- er Bolivar, intends to return to this Colony, and to settle here, being not only delighted with the country, but being under a pro- mise of marriage to a young lady—a Tasma-   manian by birth.   Captain MONTAGU, notwithstanding his fatigue of Military duties, his desire to pur- chase Major LOANE'S half-pay, and General   DARLING'S interest at the Horse Guards, ap-         pears to have been disappointed,and doom- ed to remain on service by the fatal London Gazette of the 18th of Sept. which announces that Captain W.P. Walford, of the 26th   Foot, appointed Major of I...

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The Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 March 1827

?&eü&aflí#tcate*._ .. 'The list of the new Provincial Police Ma- gistrates stands as follows, according to the Government Gazette : W. H. HAMILTON, Esq. at New Norfolk. " THOMAS ANSTEY, Esq. at Oatlands. M. L. SMITH, Esq. at Campbell-town. JAMES SIMPAN, Esq. at Norfolk Plains. T. A. LASCELLES, Esq. at Richmond. Mr. GUNNING, J. P- at the Coal River, is not one of the new batch, as was rumoured. Mr. HAMILTON, it is well-known, hasbeen acting Naval Officer, acting Colonial Secre- tary, «te. and is a Member of the Legislative Council. Our contemporary says, Mr. Hamilton has at last, alter all the finesse of eome to England, &c. &c accepted MM ap Sointment at New Norfolk (with an eye to Treasury, and until something better turns up y Mr. ANSTEY was already a country Magis- trate; and in point of abilities, we think he is a very proper person to fill the Magiste- rial Chair.-Mr. Anstey, it appears by the Govt. Gazette, has also been appointed by His Majesty...

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