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Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 19 October 1844 page Advertising 2015-01-25 16:51 vember 2, 18+3 ; amount, £2 4s. 2d.
vember 2, 1843 ; amount, £2 4s. 2d.
Piratical Seizure. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 28 August 1829 page Article 2015-01-24 12:23 The Orelia sailed from this port, on Sunday last ; and,
by the pilot-boat's crew, with the utmost speed ; consequently  
The Orelia sailed from this port, on Sunday last; and,
by the pilot-boat's crew, with the utmost speed consequently  
Swan River. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 14 August 1829 page Article 2015-01-24 12:19 else where, is said to have cost Mr. J. T. GELLIBRAND £7,500 ;              
Inhabitants ; besides £2,000 paid for the freight of the ves-
to the sailing of the Orelia ; it was all cut at the Saw Mill at
leads the way ? The Orelia, under an easy sail, with a fair
beef, bacon, hams, potatoes, wheat, and flour ; fruit trees, in-
cluding orange and lemon ; working bullocks, cows, an entire
horse, and two brood mares ; rum, brandy, porter, tobacco,
else where, is said to have cost Mr. J. T. GELLIBRAND £7,500;              
Inhabitants; besides £2,000 paid for the freight of the ves-
to the sailing of the Orelia; it was all cut at the Saw Mill at
leads the way? The Orelia, under an easy sail, with a fair
beef, bacon, hams, potatoes, wheat, and flour; fruit trees, in-
cluding orange and lemon working bullocks, cows, an entire
horse, and two brood mares rum, brandy, porter, tobacco,
COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 3, 1829. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 3 July 1829 page Article 2015-01-24 12:12 children, that the Liberty of the Press >s the Pallad mm ol
whose possibl fe wants are so provided for-a
gi eat commercial speculations, when we recol
. lect how eminently suited he is to a high Pro-
,to none, we know nut which to admire most, thq
which he is teaching the wouid-be Merchants
of the Colony ; and whilst we wish this valuable
and spirited Colonist abundant advantage fiom
venture to express our hope that,, nothing will
~ -, ? method and arrangement in all the attendant and
insure the end, and to prevent that " inextri-
great luminary deceased, into which many)
of our penny-wise dealers, whp'Mfancy ^hem-1
selves Merchants, have fallen, to their present';
and lasting regret. One important branch 'of
nothing, fiom progressive detail not being suffi-]
that at any moment the Merchant may havej
HOBART TOWN :
specting some of the Saxon rains lately landed,
children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Pallad mm of
whose possible wants are so provided for - a
great commercial speculations, when we recol-
.ect how eminently suited he is to a high Pro-
to none, we know nut which to admire most, the
which he is teaching the would-be Merchants
of the Colony; and whilst we wish this valuable
and spirited Colonist abundant advantage from
venture to express our hope that nothing will
ethod and arrangement in all the attendant and
insure the end, and to prevent that " nextri-
great luminary deceased, into which many
of our penny-wise dealers, who fancy them-
selves Merchants, have fallen, to their present
and lasting regret. One important branch of
nothing, fiom progressive detail not being suffi-
that at any moment the Merchant may have
HOBART TOWN:
specting some of the Saxon rams lately landed,
The Orelia's Return. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 21 August 1829 page Article 2015-01-24 12:05 A very violent hurricane took place, here on Friday night
We believe the Orelia has not yet proceeded on her voyage ; and
will proceed and make a speedy and prosperous voyage.—
ment could require ; and he thinks, that unless the Governor
port ; but that flour will not be wanted. We should be very
A very violent hurricane took place here on Friday night
We believe the Orelia has not yet proceeded on her voyage; and
will proceed and make a speedy and prosperous voyage. -
ment could require; and he thinks, that unless the Governor
port; but that flour will not be wanted. We should be very
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. (Article), The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847), Saturday 12 January 1833 page Article 2015-01-23 17:58 Monday January 7th, 1833,-Before
Prosecutor was ; who seeing the Prisoner
Herds : the Prisoner followed him there ;
some Liquor and asked the Prosecutor to drink say
claimed; you d-d scoundrel, you have broke my
peace of mind, if you are a man come out ; to
es from the Prosecutors head. He ran away direct
for a long time treated him in the, most cruel and  
him ; as he could easily have shot him dead, if he
Monday January 7th, 1833, - Before
Prosecutor was; who seeing the Prisoner
Herds: the Prisoner followed him there ;
some Liquor and asked the Prosecutor to drink say-
claimed; you d---d scoundrel, you have broke my
peace of mind, if you are a man come out; to
es from the Prosecutors head. He ran away direct-
for a long time treated him in the most cruel and  
him; as he could easily have shot him dead, if he
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. (Article), The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847), Saturday 12 January 1833 page Article 2015-01-23 17:55 past week were soon apprehended.-Booker was
overtaken near Bull s Creek, by Pearce and Woods;
was taken in Fremantle opposite Steels Hotel by
is built of Free Stone,-the Prisoners were enabled
past week were soon apprehended. - Booker was
overtaken near Bull's Creek, by Pearce and Woods;
was taken in Fremantle opposite Steel's Hotel by
is built of Free Stone, - the Prisoners were enabled
CIVIL COURT. (Article), The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847), Saturday 9 February 1833 page Article 2015-01-23 17:45 ties, concerned in the robbery of Mr. Habgoods
son who would give such informotion, as would lead
ties, concerned in the robbery of Mr. Habgood's
son who would give such information, as would lead
Flogging in Prison. (Article), Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer (NSW : 1845 - 1860), Saturday 18 July 1846 page Article 2015-01-23 15:49 OBITUARY.—Old Thomas Worrall, for  
OBITUARY. - Old Thomas Worrall, for  
CIVIL COURT, PERTH, 12th March, 1833, BEFORE G. F. MOORE, ESQ, Civil Commissioner (Article), The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847), Saturday 16 March 1833 page Article 2015-01-23 15:35 guinea.—Commissioner ; This is generally left
guinea. - Commissioner; This is generally left

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