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SHED-FEEDING OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
SIIED-FECnlNO OP SHEKr. I am on approver of Mr. Chiller's plan of keeping sheep under sheds during tho winter season, when fatting, and in bad weather ge- nerally. I observo you note in your Gazette of the Sth instant, that the best mode of lit- tering sheep in confined sheds or houses is a matter worthy of inquiry. I beg to sug- gest that there should not bo any litter whatever used, but that tho stone-pavemont of the sheds and yards ought to bo jointed, cemented, and formed with a declivity of half an inch per foot, from tho walls towards the centre of tho yard, whero should be made two tanks into which all thc urine would then readily drain, and into which all their dung could be easily swept every morning or evening, in order to keep the sheep as clean and dry as possible, and thus lhere would not be any moisture to occasion foot-rot, I consider tho wool on their backs quite suffi- cient to keep the creatures warm, and the use of any litter deteriorating to the quality and condi...
AGRICULTURE. (From the Sydney Australian.) CULTIVATION BV BONE MANURE. To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
AGRICULTURE. (From the Sydney Australian.) CULTIVATION DV BONE MANURE. To the Editor of the Australian. Sir,-Having1 been present at tho time that the cabbago plants (mentioned in tho HERALD, of Friday, the lflth instant,) were weighed, and also having had several oppor- tunities pf seeing them while growing on a small patch of ground at Bishopgate, near Blackwattle Swamp, I beg to hand you the following particulars, which, if you think fit, you may publish in your Journal : Fifty plants were put in tho ground with common dung, on the 14th June; thirty three with bone manure dibbled in with tho plants, and seventeen partly with common dung and bone manure, on tho 12th July. Those planted on the latter dato, with bone manure alone, appeared fully threo times larger than those with common dung, and those planted partly with dung and partly with bones, were apparently twice as large as those planted four weeks earlier, namely, on tho 11th June, with common dung. They were pulled and we...
THE GAZETTE. ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 13th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
ACCOUNTANT OF STOKES' OFFICE. l.'1/A September, 1815. Ti'miers will be received nt this office until 12 o'clock nu "Wednesday, the 21th institut, for the supply of tho under-mentioned articles required for ihfi service of the Aborigines* Kstublishmcnt. These gomls are to bu packed hy ilie Contrac- tors in good anil suflicicnt packages ready for shipment; mid tobe delivered on thc Wharf, in Hobart Town, without any extra charge to the Government, Sample» arc to be sent to this office ; nnd it is to be understood th:it those nrticles of which samples cannot be furnished must he of go o tl quality, nnd he subject on delivery to approval by the person deputed to examine nnd receive them in Hobart Town, on behalf of the Superintendent of the Es- tablishment. STORER, Adzes, carpenter's, 2 Inrushes, paint, large, 1 Ditio, ditto, small, 1 Ditto, tar, 2 Ditto, whitewash. 1 lUicfccts, water, 2 Hunting, blue nnd rfd, 6* yds. of each Canvas, No. 7, 1 bolt Dishes, tin, oval, about 15 or Iß inche...
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 15th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, lath September, 1815. Tenders in duplicate,addressed to the respective ofticers of thc Ordnance, will he received at this oilicc until Wednesday, the 24th instant, from par- ties having premises to let nt Avucu, for the occu- pation of Troups. The Tenders to specify the Situation of the buildings, with thc number -ind dimensions ol* tho rooms they may contain ; thu rent per annum, to commence from the date uf occupation, fur such n period as they may ho n-'ijuired, and subject to throe months' notice on the part of the Ordnance when given up. Hy order ol'the respective Officers of the Ord- nance. JAMKS I). MACKAY, Harrock A/aster.
TAHITI. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, August 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
TAHITI. (From tho Sydney Morning Herald, August 28.) We liavo not received any numbers of tho Journal ¡lc Tahiti, but in the Sandwich Islands' newspapers we observe several items of intelligence of a later dato than we have received direct. Everything was quiet, although tho natives still remain in arm?, and refuse to acknow- ledge French authority. The petty chief Ta. rira, residing near Point Venus, had declared for tho French interests, and asked for pro- tection, which was afforded him in thc shape of a small fort and block-house, on tho ex- tremity of tho point. The well-armed natives at their different encampments wore begin- ning to make a stir in consequence. On Queen Victoria's birthday, tho French ships and batteries fired royal salutes ! Provisions continued to be very Bcarce. The Governor of tho French Establish- ments in Oceanie and Commissioner of the King to the Queen of tho Society Islands, in concert with Paraita, had decreed that the state of siege in which Tahiti ...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
^Mppinn; ïntclliffcnrr* HOBART TOWN. AnillVALS. September 20.-Schooner Sis/cm. 131 tons, duri;, master, from Port Phillip, l.'lth instant. ¡ Passengers-ll. Webb, Esq., W. Williams. UF.l'AnTUHES. September IO.-Ship Itatcliffe, 730 tons, Gil- bert, mnster, for Sydney, in ballast IMPORTS. Vessels reported inwards during the week. Per Sisters from Melbourne.-0 crates earthen- ware, 3 hhils. sherry, 12} casks, do., 71 tierces beef, 30 bullocks, 200 sheep, 21 hags wheat, 3 bags potatoes, G tierces beef, order. EXI'ORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. AU VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Ship.. Marion, from London « Barque Sons of Commerce, loading for Loudon ,. John, from Rio ile Janeiro ...... Platina, from London llrig.. Winmiri/, from Bourbon . Louisa, from Sydney . Grecian, from South Sens. . (lorernor Phillip, from Port Arthur Schooner Osprey, from Chinn . Government Schooner Mary . Sisters, from Port Phillip. . signet KlUabeth, from South Seas . fitter, from Resenrch Bny . Abeona, fro...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
NEW ZEALAND. TUB Australian of September V, contains intelligence from Auckland to the 25th August. The Hazard and Daphne hali sailed from the Bay of Islands, with tho troops in consequence of Heki having notified his in- tention (through tho Chief Protector) of marching with his followers to attack Auck- land, in tho event of their not coming to the Hay to give him battle. It was further re- ported at Auckland that three of tho senti- nels at tho outposts at Waimate had been shot by tho natives. The Court Martial on Lieutenant Barclay and Ensign Campbell had terminated, but its decision was not di- vulged until ^confirmed by Sir Maurico O'Connell.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OITICE, Hobart Town, Ut September, 1815. Tho several contractors having-given thc stipu- late)] notice of their intention to relinquish their following contracts, on the 31st October next: Notice is hereby given, that tenders will be re- ceived at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, thc ïHth instant, for furnishing the undermentioned supplies, in such qualities nnd at such times as may he required from 1st November, 184.Î, to 31 st March, 1810: j New Norfolk j Richmond Vine (lour, at per ton -Firewood, perlOOlb«. Fine and 12 per cent bread per lbs. Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Firewood, per 100 lbs. Lnud Carriage per ton per mile, also per cwt. Oatlands 1 From Oatlands to out- stations and from one out station to ano- ther. Antill Fonds Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Fine bread, per lb. Fort wine, per dozen | Jerusalem Tobacco, per lb. Vegetables, per 100 lbs, Fresh meat, per lb. | Green Ponda Fresh meat, per lb. 12 and 20 per cent. Hour per ton | Prosscr's Plains Vegetabl...
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
CANAD A. Reports liad prevailed in Cnnada that tho Governor-General, Lord Metcalfe, was about to retire from his high office. Tho Kingston Clironictc says *' We have great satisfaction in stating, upon authority which cannot bo questioned, that our noble governor, on hearing that it was reported that ho contemplated retiring from the Government of Canada and return- ing to Englund, said, "You aro perfectly ut liberty to say to anybody and everybody that 1 have no such intention, and that it is my full determination to retain my present po- sition as long as her Majesty shall requiro my services." There is one feature of Lord Metcalfe'« government which is peculiar to itself, and essentially different from that of any former Governor. All (except Lord Sydenham) have thrown themselves into the arms of either ono party or tho other-either of the old faction or thc Reform party. Lord Metcalfe has kept both at arms' length by moral means, and is nt this moment independent of both, and ca...
THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, August 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. (From thc Sydney Morning Herald, August 28.) Tho extracts from Sandwich Island news- papers, aro both instructivo und amusing. Instructive, as they show tho struggles which tho natives are makins1 for tho formation of a Government on European principles, and amusing for the gravity with which the royal speech (which, by-lhe-bye, is worthy of a Peel or a Melbourne) talks of tho friendli- ness of foreign powers, and for the early as- sumption of prorogative by his Majesty. At tho new Legislature, prayer was offered up to Almighty God (a hint to legislators moro advanced in civilization), and a day of prayer and thanksgiving had been set apart to return thauks for tho position which the nation had been enabled to assume, Tlie late Governor Adams was said to have left iii 19,000 in specie to his heirs. The propriety of abolishing the native lan- guage in the courts of justice nnd in official documents was being discussed, and there appears little doubt, that in a f...
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. 4M Sijitemier, 18(5. Tenders will bp received nt this olficc, until 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, the 2Ith instant, for the authorised supply of Furl to the Police Ofiice and Watch-house, Campbell Town, the Watch houses nt Avoca and Hos*, for twelve mon lita com- mencing 1st of October next. The quantity required for the Police OfHce, Campbell Town, is 32011». per diem during winter, and SO lbs. in summer; and for the \Vatrh-ltmnes respectively, lb« lbs. daily in winter, and 40 lbs. ¡n summer. The Tenders to state the price per lOOlbs. j F. II. HENSLOWE, Police Magistrate.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR S. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1815. NOTICE is hereby given, thnt the following stnnding rules must be invnrinbly observed hy nil parties wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Every Tender to bc in duplicate, sealed, and endorsed on thc envelope, in accordance with the description of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms of Tenders cnn be obtained nt the several Commissariat Offices : nnd in every msc that will admit of it these must bc* used and signed hy a responsible party miraging to become surety far the due fulfilment of thc Tender if ac- cepted. ¡i. Scpnrntc Tenders must he made to corres- pond with each advertisement respectively, even in cases where they may bc called for on the same day. WF.O. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissury-Gencml.
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Ilobnrt Town, June 28th, 1815. TllBAHUIIT HILLS. Notice is hereby (riven, Unit tenders will conti- nue to be received ns hitherto, nt this office, every Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to be drawn nt 30 days'sight on the Hight Honourable the Lords Commissioners of lier Majesty's Trensury, in exchange for British silver or gold ; when those nt the most favorable rnte, will, if unproved, bc accepted. On such occasions, however, ns thc sudden de- parture of n vessel, by which remittances have to bc mnde, spreinl tenders will bc received without reference to thc particular day thus appointed for ordinary coses. The tenders to be (in iluplicnte) endorsed " Tenders for Bills," mid to state the amount of each bill, together with thc name of the party in whose favour it should bc drawn. G BO. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-General.
POLICE OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
l'OLICH OVFICE, LAUNCESTON. ird September, 1815. Tenders for thc supply of I'uci for thc Launces- ton Police Department, for twelve months from the 1st tlay of October next, will be received at this Office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 21th day of September, instant. Price per IOU lbs. to be staled ., and the fuel to consist of dry ¡rum and she oak wood in cqunl proportions. W. H. BucTON, Police Magintrate.
POLICE OFFICE, LONGFORD. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
POUCH OFFICE, LONGFORD. 1»/ September, ISIS. Tenders will lie received ut lins ollicc, until Wednesday, the 'J Ith instant, (ur the supply of l'uel required for the l'olice Olliceand Wuteh-houso at Longford, und the Waleli-house nt Perth, for twelve months frum the 1st of October next. Tile priée per 100 lbs. to be stated for thc author- ised quantity allowed for ench fire; namely, 10 lbs. a day in summer, ami 1(10 lbs. in winter. Winter months from the 1st April to 30th Sep- tember. CIIAIU.CS Annum, Police Magistrale.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE third and concluding- lecture of Mr. Wade's short course on " Electricity in its practical application," was delivered on Fri- day last. It embraced some of the practical details of Electro-metallurgy, or the working in metals by galvanic action, a subject, wo believe, that had not before been publicly noticed on this side of the island. The lecturer adverted to diagrams beforo referred to, shewing- the arrangement of the zinc and copper in the galvanic battery, ond then explained tho modification of tho prin- cipio by Professor Daniell in his sulphate of copper constant battery, It had been found that when copper poles of the galvanic bat- tery were immersed in a saturated solution of sulphate of copper (tho common blue vitriol, or blue-stone), tho water of tho solu- tion was decomposed, as when platina poles were used in water; but now a more com- plex change is the result. The extremity of the pole at which oxygen is disengaged, is acted on by tho oxygen...
POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
l'OLICE OFFICE, WKSTHUUY. ?tili Seplnnler, 1815. Whcrens certain articles of stolen nnd unclaimed property have from time to time been taken from Adam Moore, Mark Knightnn, nnd Thomas Craw- ford, free, nnd Samuel Marshall, Edward Sherlock, Ilenrv Tattersall, Samuel Clough, Moses Thomp- son, 'Samuel Walker, Michael O'Nenl, James Castles, John Uurdon, and George Holly, prisoners or the crown: Notice is hereby given, that the whole of the said articles will be sold by public auction hy ino nt the Police Office, Westbury, on Thursday, the lîih day of November next, nt 12 o'clock at noon, unless claimed on or before that day. WM. MOUTON, Chief District Constable.
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
l'OLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 1815. Tenders Tor thc supply of Firewood for twelve months from the 1st proximo, for the Police Otlicc nod Watch-house, New Norfolk, will he received hy nie at this Office until Wednesday, the 21th day of September instant The wood to consist of dry pum, wattle, or sho oak. The quantity required will be Kid His. per. diem in sumiller, and li ll) lbs. per diem in winter. The price per lOOlbs. to be stated. Tilos. MASON, Police Magistrate.
BY ROWLANDHILL, THE YOUNGER. [Continued from our last.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 September 1845
HY HOWLAND HILL, THE YOUNO ER. [Continued from our Inst.] SCENE-Thc company arriving ai Keepemdown Hcctory. Thc Milts Mililmays come an hour bc. fore dinner, and all thc young ladies walk on the lawn. Mr. Commissioner Saunders being forced to yo and try to settle a quarrel between a millo crat and his workmen, sends a reluctant apology. Thc company are introduced ¿o each other in the library. Having introduced Ais elder daughters and Mr. Frederick, Mr. Incubus takes Emily by her left hand, and says, " Mr. Archdeacon Dual, allow mc to introduce my youngest daughter, Miss Emily, a young heretic." Emily appears disconcerted, the Miss Mildmays look serious. Mr. Mildinay seems hurt, thc rest stare, the young /« cubusses titter. Mr. Archdeacon Dual, (Smiling) Why, Sir, i how nrc you acquainted with my ancestors ? Mr. Incubus. Oh, Sir, wc all know and love thc memory of Archbishop Laud, and you for his sate, Mr. s/rchdeacon Dual. I was not awnre that the inversion of the letters of my fami...