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POLICE OFFICE, OATLANDS. 31st August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, OATLANDS. 31»í August, 1815. Tenders will be received nt this office until Wed- nesday, the 21th day of September next, for the supply of Fuel required for the Police Olllcc and Watch-house nt Oatlands, and thc Watch-house nt Spring Hill, for 12 months from the 1st of October next. The quantity required for the Folice Office H 320lbs. daily in winter, and HOIbs. ¡ti summer; and for the Watch-houses respectively lCulbs. daily in winter, add -lOIbs. ¡ii summer. The Tenders to stale the price per lOOlbs. JuiiN WHITEFOORD, l'oIUo Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. 1 st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. lui Srptcmíer, 18«. Notice.-Tenders will be received nt this Oilicc until Wednesday, the 21-lh September instant, for the supply of Firewood for thc Watch-houses and Police Offices at Pontville and Green Ponds, from 1st October, 181-5, to 30th September, 18 Ki. The quantity required at each of the Stations mentioned will be, from 1st October, 18IS, to 31st March, ISMi, 120lbs. per diem ¡ and from 1st April to 30th September, I S IG, ISOIbs. per diem. The price ncr lOOlbs. to be stated. G. Ii. FORSTER, Assistant Police Magistrate.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
COU AI ISSA It I AT () IT ICU, Hobart Town, Ul Sejilember, 18+5. The several contractors wiving giren tho stipu- lated notice of their intention to relini|uish their following contracts, on the Slat October next:-. Notice is hereby given, that tenders will be re- ceived nt this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 24tli instant, lor furnishing the undermentioned supplies, in such qualities mid at such times ns may be required from 1st November, IBU, lo 31st March, 18 [Gi Fine Hour, ut per ton Firewood, per lOOlbs. Fine and 12 per cent bread per lbs. Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Firewood, per IOU lbs. Lund Carriage per ton per mile, also per cwt. Vcgeinbles, per 100 lbs. Fine brend, per lb. Port wine, per dozen Tobacco, per lb. Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Fresb meat, per lb. Fresh meut, per lb. 12 and 20 per cent, flour per ton Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Salt, per lb. Soap, per lb. I New Norfolk I UiclirnotiJ Oatlands Prom Oatlands to out- stations and from ono out stution to ano- ther. ...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 9th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 9M Sejitemier, 1815. Notice ia hereby given, that thc following Claims for Grams will bu really for examination, by thc Commissioners appointed for tlint purpose, upon or ¡inmediately after thc flth day of November next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim ! must J>e entered. William Bastian, Carlton, Pembroke, 5G a. (Originally located to William M'Guinniss, who sold to I. Bliss, who conveyed to applicant.} Bountied on thc northern side ny 32 chains west- erly along a location to James Waterson, now oc- cupied hy or belonging to II. M'Guinniss, com- mencing at the south-east anglo thereof on n creek running into tho Uiver Carlton and crossing a road leailing to East Bay Neck, on thc western side hy 19 chains southerly along a location to William Cooper, on the southern side by 32 chains easterly along a location to John M'Guinncss re- crossing thc aforesaid road to the creek aforesaid, mid thence on tho eastern side by that cree...
GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4M Seplemter, 1815. Tile folluwing Ship Letters linve been put into thi; impimi Letter liox nt tbc Post Office, Laun- ceston, since the 1st ultimo, nnd arc now detained there for ttie Sea Postage : N KW SOUTH WALES. Mr. David Lumden, Sydney. Mr. William Moore, ditto. PORT PHILLIP. George Watson, Esq., Melbourne. George Higgs, ditto Janies M'ltan, ditto. Mr. 1'i'trlck Hourkc, ditto. Mr. John Shea, ditto. -Marlin, Lsq., M.D., Hcidclburjr. F. C. Smith, Postmaslcr-General.
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 4th September, ISIS. Tile respective Officers of lier Msjcsty'aOrdnance give nulice, that Tenders for Old Straw, Ashes, and Privy Soil, in the Military Barracks and Com- missariat Stores at Launceston, for One, Two, or Three Years, commencing on thc 1st October next, will be received at this ollice until Wednesday, the 21th instant. Particulars may be learned on application to thc Barrack Master, at the Military Barracks, Hobart Town, or to the Bnrrack Serjeant at Launceston, between thc hours af ten and three o'clock dally. Thc Tenders to bc expressed in the following form : (Place and Date.) I du hereby offer tho undermentioned sums per annum, for thc Straw, Ashes, and Privy Soil which may accumulate nt thc Military Barracks and Commissariat Stores nt Launceston, for the period from 1st October, 1815, to the 30th Sep- tember, 18IIÍ, 1817, and 1818 ¡ and to cleanse the Privies whenever required, upon two days' notice in writing being given by the Ba...
WHAT IS THE OREGON TERRITORY? [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
WHAT IS THE OREGON TERRITORY? (From ihr Warder.J THE Oregon is n narrow slip ot territory which extends enst and west between tin Kooky Mountains and tho Pacific Ocean, and which extends north nnd south betwcei tho 42nd and 54th degrees of latitude. Oi: tho north are tlic Russian settlements, which come down to the 55th degree of la- titude. On the south are the Spanish run^ ning up to Cape Mendocino, nearly oppo- site the 40th degree of latitude. On the west it is washed hy the Pacific Ocean, while on the eastern line the immense raugc of Rocky Mountains, extending from north to south, nearly parallel with thc sea, cut it off from Canada and thc north-western por- tion of the United States. Thc region thus defined occupies a very commanding position, and promises to bc one of much commercial importance. It overlooks the Pacific Ocean, and the mouth of its principal river, the Columbia, is only six weeks sail from the Sandwich Islands, the half-way resting pince to our recent ac- qu...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTO IIS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. NOTICE is hereby given, thnt the following standing rules must be invariably observed by nil parties wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Kvery Tender to be in duplicate, scaled, and endorsed on thc envelope, in uccordaucc with thc description of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms of Tenders cnn be obtained at the several Commissariat Offices : and in every case that will admit of it these must he used mid signed by a responsible pnrty engaging to become surety for thc due fulfilment of thc Tender if ac- cepted. 3. Separate Tenders must bc made to corres- pond with each advertisement respectively, even in eases where they univ bc culled for on thc sn me clay. GEO. MACERAN-, Deputy Comniissury-Gcricrni.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
Wanted Immediately, TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNG MUN. who thoroughly understand thc Drapery Business. Apply to WM. itOBERTSON. Elizabeth-street, \ Septcmbc 15th, 18-15. j GHEBNPONDS FANCY SALE. AFANCY SALE will bc held at (illF.EN FONDS in OCTOBER next, thc proceeds to be applied to the erection of n School Room nnd Vestry in connexion with thc Independent Chapel there. Contributions of suitable nrticles nre respectfully requested to bc sent to Messrs. Stevens & Har- court, Elizabeth-street, und thc llcv. J. Bcuzley, tireen Fonds. September 13. Sum Required. .£100 0 0 Money subscribed . JEl2 10 0 Fancy Side hist year . lr» O 0 £.7 10 0 Music for Sale. GRANU CONCERTO, by MotcMlf*. " " SteiMt. " " flummet. " " Jlect/inren. " " Dnssek. Second " " Ditto Concerto in D, hy " Ilcpthovcn. Ebbb Second Concerto " Kaliirmner. The nbove excellent pieces of Music arc ar- ranged with accompaniments for an orchestra. Also on sale, avery handsome set of Chessmen. Apply to John Vautin, Collins-stre...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28tli, 1815. TttEASOKY DILLS. Notice is hereby given, that tenders will conti- nue to bc received ns hitherto; nt this ollice, every Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Bills to be drawn at 30 days' sight on thc Hight Honourable thc Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, in exchange for British silver or gold ¡ when those at thc most favorable rate, will, if approved, bc accepted. On such occasions, however, as thc sudden de- parture of a vessel, by which remittances have to be mode, special tenders will bc received without reference, to thc particular day thus appointed for ordinnry cases. The tenders to be (In duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Bills," and to state the amount of ench bill, together with thc name of the party in whoso, favour it *lmutil hi! drawn. GEO. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-Gcnernl.
[?] made fot the [?] of all [?] Sportsmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
9 33.-iIl,Yü înaUr for tfjr Drltctatúm of all due áportámrn. PRINCE ALBERT is a sportsman bold. And coger for thc chace, Out with thc hounds, like GILPIN oft Ile seems to ride a race. And oft in Windsor's courtly Park Ile loves to ply the gun, ?Where hares so well-bred are, that they Up to his muzzle run. Now when IIB«. GRACIOUS MAJESTV TO Stowe a visit paid, (Thc newspapers contain a list Of ull the cavalcade.) Scarce had the Royal pair arrived At BUCKINGHAM'S proud seat, Thc Prince began in sportsman's style Thc noble Duke to greet. "What shooting have you herc, proud Duke ?" " Shooting, Great Prince," he cried, " Not vainly in my choice preserves I feel a housewife's pride. " One cover Guernsey Hill o'crlooks, Which more than all I prize, As thick as thieves on Saffron Hill' Game in that cover lies. " And should your Roynl Highness deign To shoot to-morrow there, We'll have a battue which would make The oldest sportsman stare." " Agreed," the Prince cried ; " even now I would I c...
POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICK OFFICE, WF.STIîURY. 4M September, 1815. v» Herein ccrtnin nrlicles of stolen «nd michmnod property have from timo to time bern riken from Adam Mooro, Mark Kniirhton. und Thomas Craw- ford, free, ami Samuel Marshall, Kdward Sherlock, Ilenrv Tattersall, Samuel Cluiif^li, Mows Thomp- son, Samuel Walker, Michael O'Neal, James Cnstles, John Burdon, anti George Holly, prisoners of the crown : Notice is hereby given, that the whole oT the said articles will be sold hy public auction by mc nt the Police Office, Westbury, on Thursday, the iith day nf November next, nt 12 o'clock ut noon, unless claimed on or before that day. WM. MOUTON, Chief District Constable-.
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NOHFOT.K. Zrtl September, lS t5. xcuucrs lorine supply ni firewood lor twelve- months from tho 1st proximo, for the Police Dilke ami Watcli-housc. New Norfolk, will be received by me nt this Office until Wednesday, the 21th day of September instant. The wood lo consist of dry (¡uni, nattle, or she oak. The quantity required will ho Kit) lbs. per diem in summer, mid 610 lbs. per diem in winter. The price per 1 OOllis. to be stated. Tilos. MASON, Police Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, RICHMOND. 5th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, RICHMOND. bili Sijilc7nf,er, 1813. ". , . ror ""PP'yi"« "ie Police Office and Watch-house nt Richmond, nn&lt;l thc Watch-house at Sorell, with the authorised allowance of Fuel, for twelve months from thc 1st October next, wili be received at this office until thc U.iih instant. I CHAS. SCHAW, Felice Magistrate. 1
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. I ilk September, IBIS. I i enarra mn Lie received nt this office, until 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, the 21th instant, for the authorised supply of Fuel tn the Police oihee nnd Watch-house, Campbell Town, thc Watch houses at Avoca and Ross, for twelve months com- mencing 1st of October next. Tho quantity required for (he Police Office Camrbell Town, is 320]bs. per diem .hinno; winter! and SO lbs. in summer; and for the Watch-houses' respectively, 1G0 lbs. daily in winter, and 40 lbs. m summer. The Tenders to state thc price per 100lbs. F. H. HENSLOWE. Police -Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1 st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1«/ Seiilcmíer, 1845. Notice.-Tenders will bc rcceivctl nt this Oliice for the supply of the necessary quantity of Firewood for the Morven Police Olticü and Watch-house, from the Itu day of October next to the 31st day of September 18-1 ti. The Tenders will remain open till Monday, the 22nd day of September, instant. The quantity of Firewood required will bc lo'O Hw. daily for catii lire in winter, and 40 lbs. daily in summer. llonmvr WALBA, Assistant Police Magistrate.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-Mr. Wade and rot Dr. Turnbull, lectures at thc Institute on Friday next, by request, in continuation of his attractive .erics on Electricity. HISK IN MEAT.-The risc in Meat is illustrated by the fact of two men having been detected at Launceston selling thc carcass of a dog for lamb, at -ld. per lb. THE MAGAZINES.-Our enterprising townsman Mr. Tegg has added to the attractions of his Read- ing Room a variety of Magazines, which are, generally speaking, more than usually interesting. THE REBECCA.-The Colonial Timet announces the receipt of a letter tia thc Cape, per Racehorse, by Mrs. Condell, of thc Female Factory, from her husband, a passenger by thc Rebecca, doted Rio de Janeiro 27th April, to the effect that thc Rebecca was lying there, and that it was doubtful whether she would be condemned, »old, orre, paired, and that if the last were decided upon, four months time would bc required. THE BRIO "LOUISA" from Sydney, was com- ing up thc r...
POLICE OFFICE, LONGFORD. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 16 September 1845
'PÖLICH OFFICE, LONGFORD. 1»/ Srptember, 18ID. Tenders will l>e received nt this office, until Wednesday, the 24th instant, for thc supply of l'ucl required for the Police Olllee and Watch-house at Longford, and thc Watch-house nt Perth, for twelve months from thc 1st of October next. The price per 100 lbs. to be stated fur tbcauthor ised quantity allowed for each lire! namely, 40 lbs. a day in summer, and I GO lbs. in winter. Winter months from the 1st April to 30th Sen tomber. CHARLES ARTHUR, Police Magistrate.