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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

For London Direct.           THE fine River-built ship LADY   HAREWOOD, Captain LIMON, having returned   from taking in her dead weight at the Huon River, is now ready to receive Wool or other Produce for London, for which place she will sail the first Week in January.-For the accommodation of Settlers in the Interior, Captain LIMON will have his long boat stationed at Compton Ferrv, fof the purpose of conveying Wool and other Produce intended to be shipped in the Lady Harewood, to Hobart Town. This Vessel has superior Accommodation for Passengers,   and carries a Surgeon.-For Freight or Passage apply to W. WILSON, or JOHN KERR, Agents.   Hobart Town, Dec. 3, 1829. For London Direct. THE new fast-sailing First Class   Ship CHATHAM, 354 Tons Register, Captain   WILLIAM BRAGG.   Having considerable Freight already engaged, and bein...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To our Launceston Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

. To our Launceston Subscribers! ' ] ^ ' ;' Those'persons, residing at or near Launceston, who stand in- debted to the Publisher of the Colonial Times, for News » papers, are respectfully informed, that Mr. SIMEON LOUD, j, ,of Launceston ; has, at the solicitation oJK the Publisher, , kindly undertaken the trouble of receiving his Subscriptions, if tiley be fonvaided to him. // is therefore requested that . ,, those persons, who stand indebted for the Colonial Times, will be pleased to pay the amount of their respective Debts to .ATr^LoiiU, who is furnished with a list thereof.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

Western Australia. 1 iUv 'Elfracts from the Journal of DA» WILSON, Surgeon Su- perintendent of the Gov&nor Ready who lately visited the Settlements of Raffles Bay, Swan River, and King George's ('.Sound"-;- ' . < ' . ' ' l Î j <« Although I am well aware that the little trip from which 1 I have just returned is too insignificant to claim any degree ol' 'general public attention, yet imagining it may not be altoge ' ther devoid of interest to those especially, who have, tate!) .«migrated to Western Australia, I have taken up my pen to give you a short account of it. ' * i On our arrival at King George's Sound in th« brig Governoi t {Phillip, on Sunday, Nov. 20, I learned that it would Tequire , at least ten days to pot her in a fit state for sea. For the , purpose of avoiding the ennui that I might experience during 4 this necessary delay, I determined to make an excursion into . ,the interior. Lieut. Sleeman hearing of this intention, offered , nie,the ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

Vessels expected from England. With Merchandise and Passengers. Richard & John, 199, Watson, j Exporter, Ailnistu -_1 T?ftn»i.lr lill. ' .' *J P.tli»l» 1 Adams,--:, Francklin Isabella, -, Hucket. . Tersa Mary, -, Hartley, ' «Hmu'eV,'--r. ' ' T Entcfcpr'ue,'--'?: Watson. "Sapcy Jack,.ltlD, Kent., Peter Proctor,' 5fi«, Terry. JMaVy Ann .'ISO1,' Matthews. John Pedder,-. Harvey, 280, -. Sydney Pucket, 145, Kcyptitin, Lilburne. ' Nancy, Price. Minstrel 358, Arkcoll , William Cleveland, 187, . , Warwick, --,-. ; Elua¡ --, "Leary. ' Ann, HnUiaieny. 280 lons. ' (?.Caroline, 400; Fewson.. , Kliaiibeili, 221, Swan." -Houghiyv-465: Reeves. Adrian, 40U, Tupper, . Kllen . j Tiiuniph. ' ' . i '.. j Ailinn ;i!Corklnirn. 350,Henley ''\ I'totector, 380, Thomas. ' \ Willi.imGorin«.' ' . i Gllnioie, 50», Geary." \ j Wanstead, 440, Friejul. . . , Í Henry Wellesley,400, Oliurcb > Bolina, 270, Howey': . * t'Boddinctnns, 4D0. X Nancy, 400, Woiiley. $'Miirquis"of Anglesey, Steward . i Atwick, 50...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

SHIP NEWS. Jan. 31. - Arrived the barque William, 337 tons, Walter Young, commander, from London, and from Sydney 24th   January. -Cargo, 18 packages japannery, nails, brushes, metal       ware, wire work, wire, buttons, cutlery, hardware, tinware,     fish hooks, blankets, flannels, and British cottons, consigned to Kemp & Co. ; 50 cases gin, Dawes & Hewitt ; 3 bales slops, Richard Lewis , 10 hhds. Geneva, John Johnson ; 171 planks cedar, 3 packages cheese and hats, M. Morrison ; 5 tun butts,   14 180 gallon casks, Captain J. Muddle.; 5 crates earthenware,     8 cases books, glassware, etc,, 1 chest medicines, Mr. Horne ; 5 casks hats, G. T, Lloyd ; 1 box apparel, Mrs. Thomas ; 1 ditto, Captain Dumaresq ; 1594 bars British iron, 40 tons salt, 30 hhds. beer, and 50 barrels Irish pork, Captain Young ; 1 cask Teneriffe wine, 5 butts Spanish ditto, 19 puncheons rum, 50 planks cedar, 5 cases mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. THE Lieutenant' Governor1 has been pleased to «ppolnt Mr. JOSEPH BOWLER, keeper of the Pound at'the Rit er'Plenty,' in the Police 'Distriot of New Norfolk* "vice'Mr. EWAN M'DONALD, resigned. '. ' ' 11 Bú His Excellency'sx Command, i _U '_'_J. BU RN ETT NOTICE. '> ~~" Junuary 28, 1830, THE Standing: Committee appointed by His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, for the ameliora- tion of, the condition of the Aborigines of this Island, will thankfnlly receive and' acknowledge any communication and suggestions, with which they may be favoured, addressed to the Committee, at the Colonial Secretary's Office. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special Meeting of the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the Buckinghamshire Division of the Island of Yan Die men's Land, will be holden at the /Court House, in Hobart Town, on Monday, the 8th Day of February next ensuing, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of certifying in favour of the Transfer of t...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: FEBRUARY 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

HOBART TOWN! FEBRUARY 6, J830. * , , Let it he impressed upon your minds, let it he instilled into your childi en, tlial the Liberty of the Press is the Pallad nun ol all youl Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junius. Mr. KENNEDY seems to have a very sorry adviser, either within his own breast, or somewhere else, otherwise he would'have been contented with things as they were, and not . haverput forth the advertisement or letter, or whatever it^may be, called, that appealed with his signature in the Courier and Tasmanian of last week.* What ' is he not satisfied with his memorable verdict, one part stultifying the'other as it did ' or, has he found in cer- tain quarters not to be very easily blinded, that a patch does not cure a wound, that, smoothed and planed as the facts .have been, still HIP case remains unaltered,' that one party was damnified by bis hauy in proceeding to sell, earlier than he ¡ought, Just in proportion that another was benefited ; that1 therein, as the w...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Latest English News. DOWN TO OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

---a---^m Latest English News. I BOWN TO OCTOBER 2. . V ' I TTÎ- mit . - . ... aïs MAJESTY'S general health continues good, but we feel deep regtet in stating, that within these few days His Majesty's eye's have been afllicted in an alarm- ing manner w itli cataract, and the bight oi one of them is en- tirely gone-for the present at least. We believe it (is not jet determined whether or not an operation shall be perform- ed ; but we "hear it is greatly to be (eaied that such a dei nier resort would be of no mail. We hope (not without fear) to be enabled to make a more favourable report on this interest- ing subject in our next-in the mean time we are gratified in being able to stale, thnt the fears which were at first felt as to the imminent and immediate danger to His ¿Majesty's re- maining eye, have in a great measure subsided.-Court Jour- nal, It may now be pretty confidently stated, that the King will shortly leave his splendid seclusion in the Great Park, tor liiighton, where i...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

SYDNEY NEWS.   By the William, Captain Young, which ar- rived on Sunday last in seven days from Port Jackson, we have received Sydney Papers up to the day previous to her departure, viz Saturday, the 23d January. This vessel brought out among her passengers, the celebrated navigator, Sir Edward Parry, and His Lady, who, on the 14th ultimo, was safely delivered of twins, a son and a daughter, both of whom, with the mother, were doing well. The Sydney Pa- pers congratulate the Colony upon so proud an accession to its respectability as the arrival of this distinguished naviga- tor and his Lady - The passengers per the William, beside Sir Edward Parry, are - Mr. H Darch, Mr and Mrs Bur- nett, Mr. H Thompson, Mr. John Moore, Masters James, John, William, and Graham Burnett, Mr. Deanes, Mr and Mrs. Horne and infant, Miss Horne, Miss Herriott, Mrs Crouther, Sarah Gardner, James Collier, Mary Ann Wal- ker, and Mrs Horner, servants to Sir E. Parry, and Mr. Williams The ship Lark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

Tor Swan River. ^a^î$lâÎËsfin'e.'i!irat Class Weak-built ¡Ship :^1ffi^va^80iEtAH^EBtHAWT;'-7OO:'tóliá---bdrtbéni QEPJIOËJOHKSTOII', ^Commander; will positively.Saiï'for the ,'abpTé.SaUleiuB<»t(inil4:0áy(i.. ..' <;r" ^-^ V";?'/?.'* //y"'''.!.. //.¡This Vessel df&rs i-ai most i favourable . opportunity'for the (idorêfnuce, of Passengers,TiaVing superior accommodations ; bas Róoni for lOOsTons^of Freight; which will be/taken on raodernte, Terms.- J :.;.;.: ?.!%,.! .?! .. . ; .'>'???? , ;';;: t...:v^; *_i?, Early; application is requested to be made, as the Vessel will shiloh the day-appoihtedi . , - 'n i ! - / t#t For FreightorrPassage, apply to the ¡Commander,' on . board : or to:;; .':?'.'<. ;.:???:??.. .? ;..?.,--.?'- ;: .?'. .'.'??.> ;:; '?'.' ?' .-.:.';.-...:.'.. ?:.-.-.W. WILSON, Agent. | ' Feb g; 1830. ?:.' y ; ,'?:'' '?"' ' ; y1''- ' . ? '?' '??". ' For London Direct. ?.'.,'-:.».?, "TH E Jine. River-built Ship &Ä&Y ...

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Times Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

Times Changes. "The demagogues who once raised themselves into an ephemeral importance by noice, vociferation, slander, and abuse, have sunk into their original insignificance, never   again to become artificially raised beyond their natural level." —Tasmanian, January 29, 1820. Will the Public believe that the above proceeds from the same pen, that ushered into existence between four and five years ago, the letters signed "A Colonist"—to say nothing     of nearly all the other articles that at that time appeared in the Public Newspapers, and which led to the changes con-   nected with, and the restrictions imposed upon, the Press of the Colony ? Yet so it is—strangers might be surprised, but no others. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. John Killen and Samuel Jones, sheep-stealing, guilty.— Joseph Ashton, stealing a saddle, &c. guilty.—Joseph Fogg, for a nameless offence, guilty.—John Gibson, stealing in a dwelling-house, g...

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Young Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 February 1830

Young Napoleon. i j This poor bo), whose destin) has suffered so remarkable a change, appeals tu have been a child of great promise, both tor intelligence and goodness of heart, lue anecdotes con- cerning Ulm nre ot the most pleasing kind. Front the time that lie began to speak, he became, like most children, a great questioner He loved, abovç every thing, io walch people walking in the garden andjn the court of elie Tuillen^s, over which Ins windows looked, lhere was always a crowd of people assembled there lo see lum. Having remarked that many of ihc persons who entered the palace had rolls of pa- per undei Muir arms, he desired to know of hu gouvernante what Hut meant. He was told that tiley were unfortunate people, who caine to ask some favour of his papa. From this ino nciit he shouted and wept whenever he saw a petition pass, mid was not lo be satisfied till it was brought to him ; and he never failed to present himself, every day at break- fast, all those winch he had collect...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

  SHIP NEWS. FEB. 8.- Arrived the American brig Ocean, Captain John Searle, from Manilla 1st. dec., bound to Valparaiso.       Pinjecteit Diptt) lures. x The ship Chati» im, tor London. the slim Uussorali McichanL and baique t'linct He¡;ent, tor Swim Rivei. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Lady Harewood, for London direct, Chatham, and Bussorah Merchant; barques Prince Regent and William; brigs Caroline, Clarence, and American brig Ocean; Colonial schooner Margaret, loading for Launceston: ditto cutter       Industry, and schooner Speculator, loading for Sydney. The Margaret will clear tomorrow for Launceston.    

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To our Launceston Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

j To our launceston Subscribers. ^'Those person*, teùdinq al'or near Launceston, who stand in i United to the Pubfuhei of the Colonial Times, for News "*'papers, nie respectfully informed, that Mr. SistroN LORD, of Launceston ; haï, al the solicitation of the Publisher, kindly undertaken the ft ouble of recewinq his Subscriptions, t> ' * if they be forwarded to lum. It is thetefore requested that those JJ« w«s, «?7io fraud indebted foi the Colonial Times, s will be pfe(tsecl to pay the amount of their íespective Debts to Mi. Lo I'D, who is furnished with a list theteof.

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Swan River. Brig Dragon, Gage's Sound, off Swan River, Nov. 15, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

, Swan Uiver. I ' t j Brig pragon, Gage's Sound, | " *, off Swan River, Noo. la', 1829. MY DE\R Sin,-By the Governor Phillips, which pro- ceeds to Sydney, I am enabled to acquaint you of my safe ar- rival at this wretched place, after a distressingly proti acted passage of eighty days , mid also, of acknowledging the re- ceipt of your kind favour of Ihe 10th October, per Lion. Ihe length of my passage has been occasioned by calms¡and light adveise winds-the Monsoon having set in lins year rather earlier than usual. 1 was also detained a few days in the Straits, assisting the ship Waterloo oil, that had run on shore near 'I urtle Island , to effect which, 1 was obliged to anchor in rather a ticklish situation, to heave nut his anchors, and finally to enable him to waip off, and make sail from the bug. " Tt ou are, ore this, ijoubtless, m possession of correct in formation fiom here, and ' furnished with something in the shape of a correct and undesemblcd description ot the settle- me...

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ANNO DECIMO, Georgii IV. Regis. (No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

ANNO'DÉCIMO, ' j Georgii' IY. Kegis. (No. 2.) " , j An Act to institute Courts of General and Quarter Sessions, and to extend the autltority thereof and of Justices of the Peace m certain cases. WHLREAS, by an Act of Parliament, passed in the ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled " An Aet to provide foi the administration (it Justice in New South Wales mid Van Diemen s Lund, und far the more effectual govern menl tlieieel, and foi oilier purposes relating theieto' provision is made for the institution of Courts ol General and Quarter Sessions within this Colony, by ordinances lo be from lime to time for that purpose made and enacted, and for the giving and gi anting to such Courts power and authority to take cogm ziiuce ni a summaiy way, ni crimes, misdemeanors und other otleiiccs or misconduct not punishable by death, committed by telons or othei oflendeis transported to this Colony, and whose sentences have'nut expired and huve nut been remitted , and tlso to l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

^ Goods, per Chatham* THE Undersigned are now landing from on board the Chatham, the following well-sc leeted Articles, viz: 50 Hogsheads Expt. Stout 12 Pipes Port Wine ' ' u 14 Cases fine old ditto ' ' 13 ditto fine pale Sherry "" % f 13 ditto line brown ditto. "* * SLOPS. ' Fustian and corduroy jackets & trowsers Blue cloth ditto "' ' ditto .' White and striped cotton shirts Red flannel shirts Frizecloth trowsers, and ' A variety, of light coloured waistcoats Duck frocks and trowsers. APPAREL. Gentlemen's superfine Saxony coloured frock coats, lined with silk Ditto blue and black dress coats* Ditto superfine kersimere waistcoat» Ditto rich silk ditto. HATS AND CAPS. Youths' water-proof drab and black hats Gentlemens' superfine brown & black ditto Fancy and leather caps. STATIONERY. A general assortment ol paper > Memorandum books ^ v Account ditto of all sizes Sealing wax and ink powders. , BOOTS AND SHOES. Gentlemens* and boys' Wellingtons Ditto half dres»shoes...

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To A. E. Hayes, Esq. Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

To A. E. Hayes,Esq; EditOr of the Australian. DEAR SiR,-We have been deputed by a number of the more respectable Colonists to present for your acceptance,   the sumof £100, to be applied in payment of the fine which forms, part of the heavy sentence passed upon you in the month of June last.                             In selecting us as the medium of conveying to you this tes-   timony of their feelings, your friends desire to unite, in con- gratulating you on the termination of your imprisonment. Hoping that you may long continue the fearless advocate of   the Liberty of the Press, without incurring the penalties which may in this Colony attach to the slightest infringement of the anamolous Law of Libel.-We remain, very faithfully, yours, &c. &nbsp...

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Acts of Council. ANNO DECIMO, Georgii IV. Regis, No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

Acts of Council.       ANNO DECIMO,                   Georgii IV. Regis, No. 1.       An Act to remove doubts as to the validity of Acts or Ordi- nances in force on the 28th day of February, One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine.   WHEREAS, it is expedient to declare, that the Acts or Or- dinances which were in force in the Colony on the 28th day of February One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, are   still in force. Be it therefore enacted and declared by His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, by and with the advice of the Legislative Council, that all Ordinances passed by the Governor of New South Wales, with the advice of the Legislative Council, and all Acts or Ordinances pass...

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COLONIAL TIMES H O B A R T T O W N: FEBRUARY 12, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 February 1830

HOBART TOWN:                     FEBRUARY 12, 1830. Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your   children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and religious rights. Junius. We cannot help drawing our readers' atten- tion to the very heavy nature of many of the crimes that are, and have been, in course qf trial during the present Sessions; not so much   with the intention of casting reflections upon any particular quarters, as with the view of ex- citing in the minds of the heads of families such ideas upon the subject, as may induce them to use redoubled vigilance, both in the charge of   their servants, and in the associates, and the general education, of their children. Already has the fatal scaffold been mounted by no less than four individuals, sinc...

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