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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

j . Sydney Weyrg. ^ , 1 ";,;) | On Saturday, December 5th, the three Jauge* «f Kew South Wales (Chief Justice FORBES, Mr. Justice STEPHENS, and Mr. Justice DowLiNö)r-Wving taking their seats in the Supreme Court, in WACO,? roles respecting the trial of civil actions by common juries were '.promulgated from the Bench to the following effect ; viz.'that in the event of, any applica- tion to the Supreme Court for trial of a certain cause by a jury, it shall be lawful for the Court <o award or to refuse such application as the justice of the case may seem, to re- quire ; that the application for a trial, as aforesaid shall be mude within the first four days of the Term next after issue or issues shall have been joined in any,cause inNwhich either party, plaintiff or defendant, may,be .desirous of having a Trial by Jury, where such issue or .issues shall have been joined in vacation ; and that such application shall be made by motion in open Court, on a short alhdavit, settjng...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

^ &BX* TïBWS. The Kurrea, Chat IM Kemp, Oommandci, for Canton, clear ed at tlie Custom Rouse on Thursday, with 19 bales wool, lo- bules and bundle» skins, and 150 sheep.-Passenger, Mr. Wal. 4ir Williams. Same day, the schooner Prince Regent, Mr. 1 bourns Youno, ^faster, tor Launceston, willi a-caij,o of sundi tee - PaÎaVtîgcrs, K5 iptym and Mr-, Wales and .»on, aud«Mrs.Dow and child. The bub Ihomysifn will sall lo morrow (SaturdayJ for Swan River, willi Hi«: tallowing Ctfloin«! prod u Le, viz. 4)0 litad .cat- tle, foi lUuienant Gofrf mor 'Stirling , IO ditto ditto? 203 sheep, IS tons huj, 300 bushels bi»n,<60 ditto oats," 15,000 lett Wilber, » hlirls barley, 3^e»ses presuves, onions, SLC. and t cask bnt ' 1er,shipped by William Wilson , Soases buttons and jewellery, t bj Cupl^ii Hobbs-, ¿0 bushels, barley, X case Colonial banu, and 1 bo< Ivïndôw glass, by James Murdoch.-Three Passen «ers Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Prince lièrent and Lady Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

AXfoièaseàitoidirécUuat ifollowiñg mitiee.of ltUe>genéj "'?-?'*? ??-'-??'?' ? ????-?- -?.???-* .T"-" .«-.-?-ti* Bfe'fo'ré; . # .",",»iWPÄW.,.,_r_.-"-.- .-,.. . , pecuniary ««naltieïJtte. inflicted whioharetriade-'applicable óhlyito^ome1 iù-^1- .¿iUiuiSi'i -iii :*~ r»n:i;i;>.<c tWoV.'pmUniVs 'tWntn TiiatiefiR of i I ft : i'TlioA*t-reoites,"that'numerbus^Actt!.6tTtó^4e»t-''abf»iot bjf'the.'late'^ üoñyj /iJecauseí JÍUQ i pecuniary penalties inflîotpo*; or. leviableiby such acts:are'tb- be applied to the overseers of-'ttós poor or otherlbcal'^ürp>sé; and then it'.« tony, mali'iugilib: penalties for the'.Bse.bf Ws, :Majesty, .pro- vided'Suchaot.would have extended'to >tl|is.Colony,ibut'|for tho'Id'cal application of the penalty; '"';' ''',, '',.'!',' ;..^v:: ¿! ¡ ''?'Sécí^a, Eua^ a'o'ís shall,be drawn,up in the:manner prescribed, by 3. .Geo. j IV;cap;23J ,' ^ -;ii ,r.."nrr,-,y-u.... -,.->. ;-;:>;''v;:;;'; : ,"' Sfeé'/3dji,:Êiiaçts M^ 'j.iistices',arejtb deter...

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Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

1 Insolvents. ?he following extract from the Sydney Gazette, and accom- panying remarks, as shewing the différent views of the operar __, mnyi_ . . . _.__,.. 7 noone but must regret the fact, that there are existing cases of Insolvents now in Hobart Town Gaol, who, if chance bad made thera tenants of. the Gaol at Sydney, instead of tbit of Hobart Town, it is clear, must have been discharged upon' their Estates being first taken out of their hands, neartwclv* months ago:-^-; ?:?'.?? Y ': '. "A question was raised in the Supreme Court, on Saturday. December li, asto whether a person who had' been'declared' insolvent, and whose effects had.been vested in trustees, could, so lone as he conformed to the orders of the Court in assisting to discover and collect, his debts, be arrested for ii debt con- tracted prior'to his declaration of insolvency, even though the insolvent should not have obtained Iii» certificate. The Chief ' Justice, in delivering the opinion of the Conrt on the subject...

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The Insolvent Bill Announced for New South Wales. [FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.] "Do unto others as you would they should do unto you." To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

The Insolvent Bill Announced for New South Waites. ? - £FROM THE SYDNEY, PAPERS.] " Do unto others as you would they shouM do unto you." . ". ?' ' To íke Editor of the Sydney Gazette. > SIR,-This grand commandment, in which justice is tempered by meicy, is «bout to be exemplified JII the debate to take place, on the noble and philanthropic question tor the reliel of insolvent debtors j It behoves every One intending lo expi ess his sentiments in /illation to the cummereial beai nigs on this subject, to divest / Im ifiind ot seit ur temporary interest, and to endeavour to maintain pirannniiit the principle ol chant} euloiced In the above commandment, limited only bj the must positive ne¡ íessity ot guaiding tilt social compact from open violation - lliif ijucsliim i> nut as might be conceived puiely commeicial, it is equally, though, not perhaps so visibly political, and of deep mai al and redgums interest. Hie gnat Author ni hie, spafmg his peuple <o often from the ...

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Memoris of the Hermit. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

-ij' , "?? S "«1*1 \ .u!T ii7 Lw II¿M; !>)>>. i\l a* hi' );,, TO ; Memoirs of the Serrait* ., ;.-. I f - Í, . > , ! i __^ «J''«<<Wbó cWftriévé'tbd'mWch, what time shall'end'/ » ' ,! "OdrmôtiVnmg,for,soiyç,ài-,afriendî"')1' «» «-' The hasty leave-taking of4my friend, SitribV left lae little or no* time to HI aim a momentary* renewal of'niy friendly alJ Hance with hinVbetorè'bi» departure ; andi'alwáys"having had a placean the 'capital ''¿f JIns affections, which on the présent occasion had'not been'' forgotten^ I hastened tho'moment I heard 'of his iiîtenddd "exit with all ' possible speed from my seírftiestéred abode, td shake him once (more by the hand. He had been tv fellow'studilnt with me, and ah 'atten- tive companlonat the elbow' of most of the literary'chrtirs in the British Empire.1 The siIence1of a' moment elapsed *wittí the pressure of grief the interview hnd produced/ and so Weh so, that I lost all knowledge' of hw sorrow. He eagerly pres...

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Time's Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

' Time's Changes« ".. r i I saw her once-so freshly fair ,|Xhat, like a blossom just unfolding, , Slip op« II A to Life's cloudless ur, ' ' And fcntureioj'M lot«w its moulding ' , ' Her smile, it hitimS my memory yet- 'V 1 ' J Uti checks lifie hue du mely glowing-" ' . Her rosebud mouth-her eyes of jet- ¡ ' <" "Around on all their light bestowing "' ' ' i ' Oh ' who could look on such a lorm, ' ' ! 1 i ' So nobly free, so softly tender, ' 'J' ' Anddiikly di earn that earthly storm1 ' ' > ti' Should dim such sweet, delicious splendour , ' i" For in her mien, and in her fice, » * '. '.>' And ni her \oung step's fairy'lightness, > ' '' ' l Í » Ncus;ht could>tueriptured gdzer tncei M l\ But Beauty's glow, ind PJeusuie's bnght(iess. ¡¡i j) J I saw her twice-un altcr'd charm- it i i i But still ol magic richest, rarest, i, li > ! , ¿Than giillipod s,uiUsitian less warm, "4j ,j[ j > ,| (| i hough yet of oai thly sjghts the fairest j ;j jt Upon her breist she he...

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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

1 - i To our Subscribers» ' It is requested that all Parsons, who are in arrear for News- papers,- will bear in mind the very weighty expenses and labo- rious duty attending the publication of a newspaper in this Co- lliny, and arrange the, accounts as presented to them al their earliest cmwehience. ? <

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

. Vessels expected-from England. ífífA Merchandize and Passengers. Hicliard & John, 10°, Watson. Adams,-, VYiiicklin. Isabella,-, Bucket, < 1 «m M*ry,-, Hartley. Hunter, ---. Enterprise,-, Watson. Saucy Jack, 109, Kent. Peter Proctor, 560, Terry. "Mary Ann, 480, Matthews. JIIIIII Pedder, --. ; Harvey, S80, ... . Sjdiicy Packet, US','-1 hjyptian, LUburrte. Nancy, Price. Minstrel 358, Arkcoll Exporter. Ellen. Triumph. AdmnalCockhurti 350,Heulcy Protector, 390, 1 humas. William Goring. Gilmore, 500, Geary. X Uee, 150, Wishart. J Chatham, 154, Bragg. ï WatiMendw 440, Pi aird. 5 Henry Wellesley, 400, Church Í Boinia, 2TO, Howey. ? Boddingtnus, 40». - ¡ i Nancy, 400, Worsley Marquis of Anglescj »Steward William Cleveland, 187, -J Atwick, 500, Jiffrey s Warrior. 478, Stone. i. i Shamrock, 148, Jobson. J Lady Blackwood, 253, Dibbs. J Arab, 290, Perrier. < ( i + lf M X Britannia, 190, Blair. , Î .Eagle, 107. Henty. j Caroline, 300, Har* ey. * ï Mary Ellen, 113, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

~ OTA, fine\:^^rbuUtH$hip<A1JjA)M HAREWOOD; CapUiu¡;LlM.ONvoUavingvi¡elurfled (f(|ra,tP)£Íngi|n,her.dctivl:jViif(ig|)il¡¡ atitbeViïuonjiRiv.ét,nis.inoiw '¡>dyt; to, receive, Wooli or; .otliefi Produce, fôn^Londo'jfii; for wjjicfc-, plaee she,-will, sail! Jthet firstiîWeeknril JapKarji.rr-Eor ¿tia,aóoon?raodfvtiori of Settlersiin Hie Litónos. G«l^ain ¡LIMÓN will hare bis long boat stationed fct-Comptpn! Ferrys for¿'lhe purpose,of'conyeying Wool and.ptbqr,,I* ijoduco¡intended¿to be ?|i¡pp'éd)iñ tlie^ad^.IIarewop'dïsio.Hoharti'rjOiyn.,,.^ .¡î;j.., ^j "' Tlíis Vessel lias superior /Accommodation, fpV ÍRassengc^, and carries a Surgeon.--Fpr Frpight.pr .Passage, apply, to, .', ) v'V '.. ,W.,WILSON,.orjojiN .KERR,, Agenty l;HobartTo«n,/Deo.,3, ,1829.: i...;,,;..; ,.-<r ..?),>,.- ?.;:: S^(V ?'^.Í'driÍ«ondoni'Í>irect«t-. .'<..../!. ,.',,»?'. ??>'«¿^!';TH'EiHonotirabI'e'i,Hudsorí's'BayGomi wGjgP pany's Ship ^ GANYMEDE, 'LEO NA nr> \'JbtÍN llAVNE...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 8, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 January 1830

1 ' HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 8, 1830. ' Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it.heinstillcd into your i children, that (lie Liberty of Un- Press is the Palladium ot 1 all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights'. Juntas. Among: the Institutions that liaTe tended more tKan" almost any other circumstance-to raise Great . Britain to her present commanding greatness, to make her equally feared abroad, as beloved at home, to enable her to bid countries of ten times her number of square miles quake and tremble . at her nod, TRIAL BY JURY is, and ever must be considered, one of the principal. When we take a review of the protection it affords to those who are called upon to answer for alleged offences, whether they affeot the liberty or property of the subject-when we bear in mind what a safeguard it is to the innocent, what a- terror to the guilty 'what an effectual barrier to the encroachments of arbitrary power-in a word, what a real blessing equally to the poorest as to the richest...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

"*'*' '.J"', : ~ ++?++++*++ ';"/. To Correspondents« - Simon Stukeley's Letter to Mr. Solicitors General' ßtephex reached it's too late for our present publication ; but'.shall ap- pear, in pur. next.-- ? ''.,'. . L- . '...'' .

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Latest English News. [up TO SEPT. 6, 1829.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

¡Latest English News. [up TO SEPT. 6, 1829.] It is positively stated, that the Government of this country has come to the resolution of acknowledging DON MIGUEL, as King of Puitugal, defacto. An accredited agent is about to proceed i'roin this country to Lisbon. This step will perhaps not be very popular. We certainly do not learn that it hw discovered that be hu any right to the Crown, or that his loyal uitues are such as ought to make other powers, in consideration of them, overlook a defect iu bis title. We, bop« it it only io furtherance of British interests that this policy has been adopted. If, for the protection of Our merchants, it is nettf-s-, saij that Miguel be recognised for the time being, always holding ourselves prepared to tm-rtcognise bim, if we may coin a ward, the moment Don PEDHO or his friends make an efficient stand against him, why be it so, say we.; * Wa should not caro to see England plunge into a war, for the purpose of gaining for Portugal, or any other co...

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Lime as a Manure. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Ziime as a Manure« A Correspondent in the Farraer'í, J oumul, observing on Xi'me as a manure, says-" It is universally admitted that lime is an admirable manure ; but even the heit, informed among practical meu are still in the,dark as to many of its efi'ects on .the soil.-qui Ccitain it is that these differ ac- cording to the nature of the soil, and yet it seems on all to be beneficial; strong clays, for i'nsf ance, are opened, made more friable, by a coat of lime, whilst the contrary soil, a light gravel, may be equally, some say more benefited, though in a different way ; for curious enough, whilst it opens the strong, I it binân the light land. In the first it opens an easier passage to the manure applied wilb or after it, and the fibre;, of vege- tables ; and in the last it prevents the exhaltation of moisture or fertilising particles. Strong land, to produce the effect I havo 'staled, should be limed heuvily,---as much as 250 bushels an acre j but perhaps the most advantageous...

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Law Reports. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Law Reports. _. " _5S^JlEMJ:, COURT., . t ' OnFiiday the Rtli instant, John Mu>owas tried and cou vielen u pim clear evidence, vi tile muider 01 a allow pi i j suiter named James Bailey Jones, ut Mm iiuaue linibuur, mut was ordered lo, execution on ihc Munday following baiurday IHh.-fbe wlinle ol >he day st&s i ccopled upon the uial ol William Hi garth, for stealing so uniurcii t value til shillings. This tual uti »riled coiisiiieia-ile eiiltrtainiuciu tua uuuieious itudttnce by the nimlc in winch lit conducted Ina delence. He iiduiitled the men, but pilliaird the oAciiic by a. series ol rambling iicsul.ur> i use vam n», dciivcuu wuli au air, tone and |,e*luie, all Ins «>wn, unit in Hie tlcll\eiy m wlucll, lie occupied a period ot up» trda ol two lu lira, ««ist ing Ins memory by arelerence ton iiin»eooukin black ctnei-,, just like thal used in lue Jfulpn, and ulduol iii'iue comic ol every page the woids " unfnuun ile umi>rel(u{ at least Wete lepeated liait a d...

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Milling Match for 100 Guineas. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Milling Match for 100 Guineas. Hie Amateur» ot Boxing musleieil very nunieiously 0)1 Wednesday the 3fltli uti, mlout li miles from in w11, near" the South E-<k, lo witness the- mille st so long ai d anxiously ex- pected, between (»lue tiom Port J ickson, und our local Cham- pion, \\ iltiains Hie public opinion was much divided, and belli ig we «mlei stund, was so brisk and const triable tim! al Ihr clnie ofthe: battle moie tuan twelve hundred p ninds slei hue had hupped, skipped, iimi jumped into other pockets than had previously held tin ? I li is inipossii It* ior us w li > weie nut present to particularize ew-iy round, bul we believe we iliuy suite m «Ullin bounds, that tilt onisetwis decideiifv 111 favour nt the stranger, who had ihc advniiltc.e of superior science lo ihatul his opponent and wai longer ri ached mu» ¿he bm "flin. 11« afterlife 5tlr" 01 OttTsel too, when coníplí lUcMiirv 1 -trd}, hist ubed with 11 ml-ool ian d chuiactets, had been mofe than once exch...

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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

*.*+++>++ *X*»X~ To our Subscribers. 'ff it requested thut all Persons, who are in arrear for iV«Mr jxxpers, toill bear in v mind the yery weighty expenses and labo~ rious duty attending tit» publication of a newspaper in this Co- lony, and arrange the aciounts as presented to them at their earliest convenience.

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SchoolSe The King's Schools, for Male and Female Children. FROM THE TASMANIAN ALMANACK. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Schools   The King's Schools, for Male and Female Children. FROM THE TASMANIAN ALMANACK.   Children are admitted into the King's Schools according to the following classification ~ First, those who are entirely destitute ; second, those who have one parent living ; third, those who bave both parents living, but whose parents are totally incompetent to afford them means of education ; fourth, children whose parents may be enabled to contribute the moderate sum which will be required for the care, maintenance, clothing, and education of children in the King's Schools, viz. £12 per annum. Application for the admission of the first three classes must be made according to a prescribed printed form, to be obtained of one of the Committee, and addressed to the Colonial Secretary, and for the admission of the fourth class, by a written letter also addressed to the Colouial Secretary. There are now 77 scholars in the Male Orphan School at New-town, and 64 in the Fem...

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Extraordinary Investigation; OR THE Female Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

* H ' > OR THE i s t , (On>>Vednesday.evening an inquiry of a singular; and mys-, terious untare took place; at St. Thomas's Hospital, before1 ;Thoniüs Shéltonjjïsq. Coroner, ' relating ,to the death ofàn"; ... individual, know».by..the .name'i.pf janies.Allen, aged about ''-.- 42. T|ie unfortunate deceased, who bad long assumed. the /\; : dressi of, lind passed for a mim^ was k^lled>;uilder:circámsUlh-'? . ces which'Will 1^, stated, and being carried jtti|tji'e hospital, an ; examination ofihe body took'place,! when, to! the astonish- ment of all present, it was discovered that the deceased Was of the female se^. Mary Alle^ the'deceased for 21 years, on,bearing of 'the,accident, ; flew to the'hospital,.and was present when 'tbp. sex of the deceased was discovered, and was evidently;; hot less astonished than < any of the others, positive1y,rdeclariiig,,.thát she'had never before known that her husband was a woman. : .,-,???? '.'. At the Inquest, John Sbrieve ...

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Cape Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

The 8outh Àfrican Commercial Advertiser of the 5tb of     Sept. congratulates the Colony on the advances which it has made under the influence of liberty and peace, during the last 25 years. In 1804, the free population of the Cape, in- cluding Hottentots, .&c. did not exceed 40,000, dependant in a great measure upon other countries for the first necessa- ries of life. The number of free inhabitants is now estima-, ted at 100,000, who, it is stated, made an export last year   of 40,900 muids of wheat, which it was expected this year, under the liberal System of the present Governor, Sir Lowry Cole, will be increased to 70,000. Under Lord CHARLES   SOMERSET, the inhabitants were universally declining into a state of poverty and ruin. But observes the South African - Was the defence of the settlers against Lord Charles Somer- set's Government nothing ? Was the establishment of a Free Press nothing ? Was the removal of that Go...

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