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HIRING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

HIKING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. Number of "Women for disposal in thc Hiring Depot, on the 11th September, 1815 : lu the 3rd class ----- 23 2nd class ... - 10 1st class - - 2 Total.3.r> ltcceivetl from Female House of Correction )3 Ditto from private service - - 5 Total - - - - - 18 Discharged to Female House of Correction 1 Ditto to private service 7 Total.8 SAMUEL JOHNSTON, Superintendent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

OFFICE OF OltUNANCK. Holiart Town, <ltli Sc|itt!iubcr, 1815. Tlic respective Olliccrs ol' lier Majesty's Ordnance give notice, that Tenders l'or Old Straw, Ashes, and l'rivy Soil, in tlie Military Barracks and Com inifisariut Stores at Launceston, for One, Two, or Three Years, commencing on thc 1st Octnhcr next, will lie received at this office until Wednesday, the 2-11 li instant. Particulars may lie learned ou application to thc Barrack Master, nt the Military Barracks, Hobart Town, or to the Barrack Serjeant at Launceston, between the hours of ten and three o'clock daily. Thc Tenders to he expressed in the following form : (Place and Date.) I do hereby oller the undermentioned Minis per annum, for the Straw, Ashes, and Privy Soil which may accumulate at the Military Barracks ami Commissariat Stores at Launceston, for the period fruin 1st October, lS ITi, to the 30th Sep- tember, IS 1 O', 1817, and IS (H ; and to cleanse t li Privies whenever required, upon two days* uo...

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POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

rouen OFFICE, WKSTHUIIY. Mil Srphmier, 1815. AVIicrens certain articles of stolen und unclaimed property li«ve from lime lo lime lieeu taken from Adam Moore, Mark Kiiighton, muí Tilomas Craw- ford, free, and S ¡limn I Marshall, Edward Sherlock, lleurv Tattersall, Samuel donjill, Moses Thomp- son, Samuel Walker, Michael O'Neal, James Castles, John Burdon, and George Holly, prisoners of the crown : Notice is herehy given, that the whole of thc said anieles will he sold liv public auction by nie at the l'olicc Olllce, Westbury, on Thursday, tim (iib day of November nc\t, at 12 o'clock at noon, unless claimed on or before that day. WM. MOUTON, Chief District Constable.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

ÜKNKIIAL I'OST Ol'FtCK. ?IM September, 1815. Tim following Ship Letters have been put into the unpaid Letter Box nt thc Post Office, Laun- ceston, since thc 1st ultimo, and are now detained there for the Sea Postage: - NKW SOUTH WALKS. Mr. David Lutudcn, Sydney. Mr. William Moore, ditto. POUT PHILLIP. George Watson, Ks.]., Melbourne, (ieorge Higgs, di tto Junie» M'ltan. ditto. Mr. Pvt rick Bourke, ditto. Mr. John Shea, ditto. -Martin, Hst[., U.U., ilvUU-luurfr. F. C. Smith, /'ottmaxier?General.

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FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. Sute of tho Female I {«usu of Correction at Holi.irt Town, 12th September, 18*5 : ludet colonial sentence - 175 ]'rri> women - - - - - 11 I'II 1er separate nystcm - - - 88 Nursing children 9 Silk in hospital - - - 1ft Invalids. 2 Servants, turnkeys, Sra. - - - S Ditto to officers of Institution 3 Total number of women - - 311 Children under two years of age 9 Women at the Nursery, Dynnyrne - 57 Children at ditto under one year nf age 39 Ditto above ditto -18 Total number of children - 87 Jons HUTCHINSON, Superintendent.

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AUDIT OFFICE. 13th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

AUDIT OFF ICH. 13M September, 1815. WAIIUANTS for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the (¡th of the current uiuntli ami this date : The Kev. .1. linrrows, Church &c, Pontville. Ci. V. Itend. rent. Stevens it llareourts, pistols. J. Gloster, timber. AV. I'itt, cartage. Easby«: Robertson, pipes. °W. (¡ny, repairing boat J. I". Sharland, medical nllendance. G. Pierce, stores. W. II. S: .1. C. Harper, provisions. (. N. Campbell, ditto. 1. Propsting, dino. .1 Harrell, ditto. V. M. Dean, dino. 'Hie Port Ollicer, to pay wages. V. P. Kay, ditto. V. I,. Goodwin, newspapers. I. Warren, bookbinding, ii. Rees, stationery. J Thornlee, commission. J A. Youl, fencing, &c. J (J luster, timber. (. I'. Goble, stores. 'Jliomas Smith, firewood. H. Nelson, pantons*, &c. J. Atkinson, writer. J. Huberts, stores. (. Ü. Ilootb, rent. The Pori Otlicer, pilot's lodging allowance. (. C. Sebaw, surveying. The Port Officer, to pay wages, ive. 7. Y. Lowe...

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POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 18[?]5. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

l'OUCE OITICH, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 1815. IVntlcrs for llic supply of Firewood fur twelve months from the 1st proximo, for the Police Ollico ¡uni Watch-house, New Norfolk, will be received by mc at tins Oflicc until Wednesday, the 21lli day of September instant. The wood to consist of dry pinn, wattle, or she oak. The quantity required will be Ißt) lbs. per diem in summer, and (MO lbs. per diem in winter. The price per tOOlbs. lo be stated. Tilos. MASON, l'olico Magistrate.

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POLICE OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

rOLICK OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 3rd September, IR 15. Tenders for thc supply of Fuel for thc Launces- ton Police Department, for twelve mouths from the 1st day of October next, will bc received at this Ollice until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 21th day of September, instant. Price pi-r IOU lbs. to be stated ; and the fuel to consist of dry gum and she oak wood in equal proportions. \V. II. HULTON, I'nliuc Magistrate.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. WANT OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. WANT OF LABOUR. From all parts of the colony we have for some weeks past been receiving1 complaints of the want of labour, which is gradually in- creasing, and will have arrived at a most in- convenient point within a few weeks, as the lambing season will commence immetli.-.tely, and shearing in less than a month. What is to be done to supply this want? We shoulJ say, tn the first place, a series of petitions from all the districts should he sent to Eng- land, praying that Majesty and both Houses of Parliament to assist in the revival of emigration to this colony. But it may be said, this course will certainly not have an immediate effect, and perhaps have no efTect at all. It may be so ; but still it is a proper and constitutional course, and should be adopted; and if the Parliament do not ac- cede to the prayer of the petitions, the mere presentation of them, anil the discussions that would arise upon them would bo benefi- cial. Wo think, however, that somethi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE OFFICE, BOTHWELL. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

POLICE (HTICK, BOTHWELL. 1st September, 1 S IS. Notice.-Tciiilcrs for supplying tin; l'olicc OHice und Watch-house nt Kothwell with tlic authorised quantity of l'irovood, for twelve inonths from the 1st October next, will be received by me until tho 2óth instant. The Tender to specify the price per lOOlhs. S. I! willow, Assistant Police Magistrate.

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POLICE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

l'OLlCE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. 1st Sejitcmtirr, 181-5. Notice.-Tenders «¡ll lie received nt this Oflico until Wednesday, die 21th Septcuilier instant, for tile supply of J'lrcivood fer tile Watch-lioiises and Police Ollices at Pontville and Green Ponds, from 1st October, 1S-I5, to .'lOtli September, 18-lß. Tbc quantity required at each of the Stations mentioned will lie, frau 1st October, 1815. to 31st March, 1 « I ii, 12C)lbs.per dient; and from 1st April to.'tOth Septcuilier, IS Ki, 'ISOljis. per diem. The price per KlUllis. to be flated. G. 1!. l'oitaTi-.u, Astistuijt Police Magistrate.

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AGRICULTURE. CULTIVATION OF CORN BY MEANS OF ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

AGRICULTURE. CULTIVATION OF COHN BY MEANS OF ELECTRICITY. A friend hns put into our hands the re- port of the proceedings at a meeting of the j Geological and Polytechnic Society of the West Riding of Yorkshire, held at Halifax | on the 13th March. The subjects discussed at the meeting | were varied, and shew more than anything we have seen of late, the vast strides that practical science is making in Dritain. We copy tho following statement by Henry Briggs, E«q., shewing the result af\ the free electricity of the atmosphere to the j cultiuation of corn : " Doctor Forstor, of Findrassie House, near Elgin, had thrashed, weighed, and | measured his electo-cultured chevalier bar Icy, and the product was the enormous quantity of 104 bushels, or THIRTBEN QUAR- TERS per acre ! The tail corn wa3 not mea- sured, and each bushel weitrhcd fi4J lbs. The weight of the straw was 9..100 lbs. per acre. The cost of the electric apparatus ts .-Cl per acre, which will last for twenty years. The follo...

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POLICE OFFICE, LONGFORD. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

rOMCU OITICU, LONGl'OllD. Isl September, ISIS. Tenders will lie received nt thia oflice, until I Wednesday, the 21th instant, fur the supply of Fuel retpiired fur the Police Olliee and Watch-house al Longford, and the Watch-house at Perth, for twelve mouths from the 1st of Octoher next. The price per 101) His. to be staled for thc author- ised quantity allowed for each lire; namely, IO lbs. a day in simulier, and Hit) lbs. in winter. Winter months from thc 1st April to 30th Sep- tem ber. I CiiAiii.r.s AUTHUR, Police MngiMnitc.

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THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, PART II. ATIOUT BAPTISMAL REGENERATION J CONFIRM A TION ; THE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH, AND OTHER INTERESTI NO SUBJECTS Ol' CONTRO- VERSY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, AT THE rRESENT TIME. BETWEEN THF. nON. AND REV. ALLCRAFT INCU11US, AND FAMILY; THE REV. DR, IIOOKEM ; THE VERY REVEREND ARCHDEACON DUAL; Til E HIGHT HON. Sill JAMES GAMMON; THE MILDMAY FA- MILY, AND OTRKKS.

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POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1*/ September, 1815. Notice.-Tenders will lie received nt this Ollice for tlie supply of tlie necessary quantity of Firewood for the Morven Police Ollice and Watch-house, ('rom the 1st day of October nest to the 31st day of September lS Ki. Thc Tender« will remain open till Monday, thc 22nd day nf September, instant. Thc quantity of Firewood required will he ld'O lbs. daily for each lire in winter, and ll) lbs. daily in summer. ItoiimiT WALK«, A*»mtnnt Pnliw Mnirístrntr-.

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POLICE DEPARTMENT. 30th AUGUST, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

poi.ici; imrxuTMEST. 3(1//, August, 1SI.-.. Tenders for the supply of fuel for twelve months | fi om the 1st October next, for the places, and in thc tpumtitics undor-mentioned, will lie received nt the Police Oiuec, Hobart, until Thursday, thc 2âih proximo; they are to he addrps^cd to the ('Lief Police Magistrate, and marked outside *' Tendtrs for Fuel," Wood to be delivered ai thc Wateh-bousc, Xew Town, in quantities at the rate of HO lbs. per diem in the summer, and 32ft lbs. per diem in thc ..vint cr. Wood to he delivered at the Wat ch-houses nt Bridgewater, Kangaroo point, and Glenorchy, in quantities at the rate of IO lbs. p.-r diem in the summer, and UiO lbs. per diem in the winter at each Watch-house. The fuel tobe delivered by the Contractors in such quantities and nt stielt times as may be re- quired. Any further infr>rmn'ion that may be required can ho obtained upon application to the Chief Clerk at this office. FRANCIS Bt;i»r,r;ss, Cliti'f Police Mni/mlraie.

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POLICE OFFICE, BUCKLAND. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

l'OLICK Ol'I'ICK, BUCKLAND. Ul Septrmlwr, ]S4.->. Tenders will bc received at mis ellice, until Tuesday, thc 2.1nl day nf September instant, Tor the supply of firewood required for the 1'olico Olltce and "Watch-house at this p'.aer, for twelve mouths frtint 1st October next. Thc quantity required will bc, from thc 1st Oc- tober next to .'list March, KS Ki, 120 lbs. per diem ; anti from the Isl .April tn 30th September, 18 Hi, 3S0 lbs. per diem. The tenders to slate the price per 100 lbs. Assistant Police Magistrate.

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POLICE OFFICE, OATLANDS. 31st August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

l'OLICIÎ Ol'FICK, OATLANDS. I 3li/ Juguli, 1815. ; Tenders will bc rcceivcil nt this office until Wed- nesday, tbc '¿I'll day ol' September next, for tim supply of l'tiul required for the Police Office mid Watch-house at Oatlands, and the Watch-house nt Spring Hill, for 12 months from the 1st of October next. Thc quantity required for the Police Office is .12011». daily in winter, and KOIhs. in summer; and for the Watch-houses respectively lOOlbs. daily in winter, add -lOlbs. in stimuler. The Tenders to state the price per lOOlhs. I JOHN Wiiirnrooiin, Police Magistrate.

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POLICE OFFICE, HAMILTON. 30th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

POLICE OFFICE, HAMILTON. 301/t stwjust, 18Í5. Tenders for thc supply of Firewood for 12 months from 1st October next, for thc Police Ollice and Watch-house at Hamilton, «ill he received by me I at this ollice until Saturday, 20th September next, at 10 o'clock, <1<M, ! The price per lOOlbs to be stated. Quantity required for euch (ire IGOIbs. daily itt winter, anti -lOlbs, daily in uiuiuncr. W. TARLETON, Assistant I'olicc Magistrate.

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FASHIONS FOR JUNE. (From the "London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.") [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 September 1845

FASHIONS FOR JUNE. ! (From the " London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of ' Fashion.") Buttons are very fashionable this season in enn mcl, garnet, marcassitc and turquoise, Ac. ; but thc trimmings of dresses vary according to thc material : those in pyramidal stripes ure usually unorimmcntcd, hut they then require to be made extremely full, nine or ten breadths are sometimes used and they incline to a train ; other materials nre with thc single deep flounce with gimp trim- ming, or two or three llounces edged with fringe ; velvet also continues very fashionable, so many rows are sometimes placed on the skirt that thc upper one nearly reaches to the waists deep fringe is also used to trim dresses ns well ns pinked ruches; checks should also have the tlouncc,body, and sleeves en biais. Gray replaces black this season and is worn in grenadine, popeline, and taffetas; young ladies wear it in fine mousseline de laine embroidered in the same colour. Pro- menade dresses arc made with the long...

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