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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 19, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE: Colonial Secretary's Office,. OcL 19, 18*6. U EQÜÍ RED, for the Pubic Service ,"-**- tne undermentioned Anieles, viz*-*-! One Ton of Wool (packages included) Thirty-seven Pa'r's Women's Shoes Twelve Dazen Pieces Red Tape, Ten Reams Foolscap Paper (first Class) Thirty Gallons Spirits of Turpentine - One Thousand Quills, One -Dozen Brass Cock*, Five Dozen 3 inch Brass Butt Hinges (Pairs). Tenders, marked and sealed, will be received at this Office until Noon on Thursday'i he 24th Instant, and Patterns or Samples'at the Ordu.-ince' Storekeeper'« Office on the same Diy. The Price I must be expressed in Words at Length. ' By Command of The Lieutenant Govern >r, W. H. HAMILTON.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 18, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. lS, 1826. \ rr^HE Period for which the undermentioned Person JL was transported" huving expircd,"aUertificate"tias ben accór.liúgíy gtauted'to Ker: Aim Williams..". . _ . .?Morfey By Command of His Excellency, ¿ J y W. H. H\MiT/rnN. . ?'. ' .j Commissariat Office, Oct. 12, Í.VJO. TOBACCO.-Required, for the Public Service at this Station, to be delivered as required, . TWO BASKETS TQÜACCÖ. Persons, desirous of supplying the same, will trans mit Tenders to this Office on or before Wednesday ti.* IHth Instant". A. Moo DIB, A. C. G
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 19, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
GOViiRN VIENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretari/S'OiJice, 0_M_», 189G fT,rJli Li nur EN ANT GOVERNOR II,I ? been p eased fi> direct, thal th'. Rectifiions No. ÍIÍ. and IV*. of tia Garran Order ol' iiQth September lasi should equally apply to the Band o Field Police und,jr the Orders of Lieu tenant Colonel BALI- OUR, J. P. Whtti ever, theivf r%, Settlers in the Interioi supply such I'eiso'js vv'uh the rpgulated Daily Ration of Two Pounds of Fjout, and Two Pound» of M rat each Man they will be careful to insert the saint on .the Back of the Route in th-* Hand of the Leader of tjie Party ;. bv whieli Means only can the proper Account be furnished to t nable the Assistant Commissaiy (Seneral to majie Payment. By Command of. His Excellency,. .. t . ,_vV. H: HAMILTON
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
GARRISON OKDtiR. ' 'Bngade Major's Office, Oct. 7, 1826 WlTti a Vie'* of pun ins a Stop to the Atrocines winch have been com« touted by the Bushranger«, \\h,o have lately escaped fioni Liunceston Gaol, the Colonel Commanding balbeen paused lo direct, that Detachment* ot Troop« shall be prruianently stationed through out the District». , The following Stations will be imme- diately ocrup'ed; and Irotn these, small Pat ties will be occ.Kiona'I y detached at ihe Discretion of the Öfliceis in Com in m d :-» lfriçhton -, - Ron Jcrico » AcftJ Norfolk Bothu eil Town, on Pittwater &lt; the Clyde * Great OBUM Port Lieut. Col. BALFOUR, as Comman- dant, will have Charge of the whole, and will occasionally visit the sev-eral 'Posts. In addition to the Troops, Parties of Field Police« will be-placed under, the Direction of Lieut. Col. BALFOUR, who is a Magistrate of this'Colony; and who trill ptit'him«elf in Communication with the Civil Authorities in*the Interior, in order to concert, w...
CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
CRIMINAL COURT. &nbsp; FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1826. Bartholomew Broughton was this day put to the bar, &nbsp; charged with embezzlement of money the property of the Crown. The information, which was unavoidably very long contained 8 counts, laying the offences in as many different ways. The facts of the case are briefly these - Mr. Broughton had been clerk to Dr. Bromley, during almost the whole of the time that he (Dr. Brom- ley) had been Naval Officer and Treasurer of the Pub- lic Fund of this Colony. The affairs of this gentleman, as connected with this situation, have undergone Pub- lic investigation, and are sufficiently known to our Readers, to render any remarks from us unnecessary. It appeared in evidence, that Mr. Broughton had received two several sums of money for duties on spirits, of which he had made no entries in the books, while Dr. Bromley on the other hand swore that these sums had never been paid over to him. The Doctor seemed to be not quite confident a...
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. O'Kêefè^ in the recollections of his life just published, records many interesting anecdotes. Of that production ofgenuiue humour the Highland reel he relates "Twàs at the "Highland re«d" with some friends the 'first night, in a dark slip, even with the shilling gallery. ^In the midst of the'high glee of the audience,\wo men, 'who sat before me, unconscious that the author was '^within hearing, were laying wagers with each other, that it would never'be acted aftet that night. I was so vexed with their absurdity ,and ill-nature, that when /the curtain dropped With loud peals of applause, I was .tempted to stretch out my hands, knock their heads 'together and run away.11 * It appears authentic that there are certain situations in the Isle of Fiance, and certain persons there, who * ean avail themselves of them, iii which a ship or other object some hundred miles at sea can be discerned by reflection in the sky. The arrival of the Dunera, Chinaman, and ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 9, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial décrétant's Office, Oct Q, I8C6 TFN furtherance ot the Arrangement ;* communicated in the following Gar- rison Or&lt;W, the LirirrrNANT. GOVER- NOR' deques, that all Ma&lt;¿isirale«, Con- stables, Settle's, Jiiul otheisi who îmy i*qu're Military Aitf in the Pur-uil of jFelons, will apply al »he nearest perma- nent Station,; io uli eh all Information, that may.bejikely fo lt»afl to their Appré h.-Uhl«n,,'i> to he f&lt;»rwaidtd w'-'ih every piacncahie'Promptnes&%anci Drspatch. , , The Services of Lieu e.uiiit CUKTÏ N, of ihp 40h Regiment, wi'l b- cbhtlv con- fined .o Gi eat Swan Port ¡m&lt;\ its Nei.ili Itnurhood ; a^tcl. as ,£ivat lrre«¡u unties Itav»» been repojted to ex rsl itVre, that &lt; *fih> r,bas been »pp-'itueci a Mayistrwe, itr"ivh->m all Cp'nranuvraupns, affecting the l^plice of the, District, ttre according1}' pubpjnade. _ ?kfy Command of His Excellency, i W. H HAMILTON.
SHIPFING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. October 15. - The brig Earl of Liverpool, (229 tons), Adam Ward, from the Downs, 2d of May, with 8 &nbsp; puncheons rum, 7 trunks cotton hose, 2 chests bottles, 40 hhds. porter, shipped to order; 100 hhds, Thomas Icely; 5 hhds. stout, Clouden; 21 casks bottles, 21 casks, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 6 pipes, 12 hhds. wine, T. C. Simpson; 50 firkins, 100 kegs of butter, F. Champion; 12 trusses slops, 1 bale &nbsp; woollens, 6 casks drugs, W. A. Bethune; 52 packages haberdashery and oilman's stores, 50 boxes candles, 8 bales slops, 200 boxes soap, for J. Williamson; 2 cases woollens, T. Barker; 14 bales slops, S. Hood; 2 ditto J. Hunt; 7 puncheons Geneva, 20 ditto rum, A. Eddington; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 20 ditto, Jones and Walker; 20 casks ironmongery, 123 iron pots, W. Bunster; 15 casks beer, &nbsp; &nbsp; 1 thousand and eight iron pots, 16 sheets ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
Commissái iat Office, October 10,1826 rRAGE.-Persons de&lt;¡irauv of (endering HA Y oí STRAW, délit érable at the Commtssan¡¡f nA«^ or at the Lttmber-yard, are requested io trans- mit lenders to this Oßce, on or hefore Wednesday the Sath Curreut. &lt; A. MOODIB. A'. C. G. f Engineer's Office, Oct. 19, 1826 , AS great inconvenience ar-ses in tbe AccountsofHhe Engineer Depart- ment from the irregulaf mode of sending w »be Monthly Bilhu-Ki ¡t directed «lut rn fume-all such Bills shall be sent to tim Office, made out in the usual way, on the Printed Form«,on, or before ti èôih day in each Month, after which, ¿mne »¡ti be received. mtn-rtÄW'^r'* Utflce' °ct' '»» ,ö2$ ^UUCb is hereby.given, thafanyl «. Ltfrson or Persons found trespassing on the Government Keserve (commonly called the Brickfields) near this Town, in, touro, «ither by making Bricks, erecrine ' '»nts, or otherwise, will be prosecuted " cording to Law. 1 hose ' Persons who | nu? TP rec***á «n Intimation to« 3...
STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM OCTOBER 13, TO 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 21 October 1826
/.STATE; OF TH_ WEATHER,-, . .(.'. VBOM 0$rOBM 13, TO 20,1826: *,' 'b' ii.Tkertn&lt;HH. '"%rnofn I io Bmrom. fr6tn:\ 'to Wind. \ Result. .N.W.' ' N.W: K.-w: N.TV. N;W. .S."E; S.'E. .45« 1-^50 50 46 45 6t .'69 .70 61 58 60 29.6 29.5 29.7 , 29.5 Í -29.7 29.7 "30.0 29.5 29.5 29.7 20.5 29.6 29.9 30.0 t$* Whatever appears in this Paper, (NOT OFFICIAL) is tit the sole control and responsibility of the Editor, THE EXPEDITION TO SOUTH CAPE. The Gentlemen, who had embarked in &nbsp; &nbsp; this interesting work, returned to town on Wednesday after an absence of be tween three and four weeks. The wea ther duringthe whole period has been &nbsp; &nbsp; boisterous and inclement, with the ex- ception of two or three days. Notwith- &nbsp; standing, however, these unfavourable circumstances, a vast addition has been made to our knowledge of the geography and capabilities of the island. While we applaud, with unmixed pleasure, the disposition of the Go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 October 1826
! CAHD. . IVfR. OGILVIE having granted a *-*?- Leaseof'tlic British Hotel to Mr íohn Martin, Sen. trusts from the ¿leat expense that has bren incurred in building and rendering the Ho'el com ori'ahle, that the.piblic may be inclined ¡o pati'onise this Establishment, and sohc ts a continuance of 'tlie support of fi¡9 friends ti Mr Martin, whom'they will find well deserving of &lt; ncourágement. Mr. Oí i&lt; quests all those indebted toi him. inay he pleased to settle their' accounts as soon a« possible. . ' f Mr. Mnrt n is auth>)rized to receive Payment, and to graut Receipts oh Mr. O's account. v ' British Hote/. Pet 19,1826 ' . British Hotel, Live p ml st. Hobart'Town. \ JOHN MARTIN, Se.n. begs leave most resprctfully to inform the Gentry and Public of Van Diemen's Land, that he has taken a Lease of the .above Hotel, since which it has underg ne very ma teiial alterations, and as these imprjve ments have been made expressly fur the purpoe of rendering the establi...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 October 1826
"^"ÖÖVERNMENT NOTICE., * CointtitîÎlsêçretârifs Office, Ocl. 2o, 1821). jnpftnî "Pertods fyr vibicli the undejutiéiitioned Persons "jt Mero'tfauKported having expired, Ceitiiicutes havt) ?aeeoxUtt^ly been pia ii ted to theiu : Anthony Taylor .*.,:...'. Guildford--» . ftubertAWon .;...:.'....: ïiirto 5iilui Bivutrh .'.,.../.Djtto Ed un rd Powell .. ^.JDilto \ .Siai k We&tvv ood..*.. Í.,......:.. 'Miiiigrles (1)' ' * -JPgliiifPliiJips v.í.^é.-...'.f. Juliana ., Vijitom lull .,..., Maria í JôsepVDunkeihU'y '*. >.-. iV ..'.... . »ltt° t j k-M K'tKO'ow b in ii m .%.'.;>..',.. i)jt b ,, Jgu¡;t¡))vni; Hadley Lí............... Guroaiamie], läyCoirtmmid of tile Lieutenant'Governor, I . ' '- '.? - .« ' ' ' ; ' ? - ' ? ' U .'H'; '.HAMII^TOy."
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 19, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 October 1826
GOVE KIMMEN J MM'ïGE. 'Voloitiüi Secretartfs Oflir.e^Oct. 19,1826. "IT b'eïniç impracticable to comely With '*?'' \$iè Demands1 of Settlers fur assigned Servà;irt&lt;yno further Applications can, for ''Hue'present,'be received by the Principa1 '^AWfiïéndent of Convicts. - .lui* ~'*~L -~ ' - îRV Ojrnmahd'ófí * '? " ?í;%Sí ?$$?: Lkiitënaot^Governor; T ' ¿Mgi*éefitypik, Oct. lg, .tögjS. ~~ ;'.%,»Äw-f-t' ihçanyenience'urses in "the ti flAccount's of jthé 'Gagfoeer Depart *otem from r the irregular lino^e of sending f*%MÏ$ \îw*i e all -such' Bil's shall be ;«eitt t¿> tfiïrOrficip,'madé oui in the usual j Vay, ;on the 'farintep1 Fojtn», of), or before, .«he5t¥n)«Vlñi'eacli Wbnih, after whic1>, P^i¿ >vjll rrjè'reccsrff'd. ' , ^^n-ri^^^^ C>íí- ,f)' 1Öäö' ^OlJCIi 1* fyeréby given, that at») Person cr'Peisons found irospasaii.g '»nube-Government, it.egeLve (cumtnonly .calltdt.ih^%q!i.fields)|near this, Town,,in "WHre, eutier by making Bricks* erecting ..Bat«, or otherwise,...