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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
CI)c «ßtncral ittcrístr» (Pfïïrr. l'or Governesses, Tutors, and Servan'* of all claies, 15, LIVEUPOOI..STHKET. (AU tellers In lie post paid.) MHS. HEX has several Cm.d SERVANTS on lier list. Orders for ll. M. S. .. Anson" punctually attended to, Mrs. Rex selecting them Hersel t'. To the Clerpry and benevolent Laity of Vim Diemen1 a Land. mOItN fruin ¡ill thin nre ileur to me on earth, n J. Wile und ciglii Children, I sail Air I.oudun this day. To meet the exjiences of this painful and peri- lous voyage, I am compelled to devote all thc re- sources iii my command. During our separation, I charge the care of my dear family on you. Brought up with frugiili'.y, they require but little. Kur that little I cast iliem on your bowels of inercv, mid, willi the Lord's blessing on my efforts for redress, will repay nil with gratitude and thanks. THOMAS WtnMonc, Clerk. Hobart Town, Septeinb. r 25, 1815. FOR ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.. "=CTÄ- A THK linc fust-sniliiig Al, llrigau &lt;íS^Vt...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
^Dipping íntrllítrriuc. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVAIS. September 21.-Schooner David, G7 tons, Mur- ray, from Port Phillip, 9th instant, with cattle and sheep. Passengers-Mr. M'Shanc, Mr. Lyall, Mrs. I. Sharp. September 21.-Brig ./«me Geary, 230 tons, Birnie, master, from Port Adelaide, 17th instant, with sheep and Hour. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mr. Bell, Mr. Browning, Mr. Clark. September 21.-Schooner Timlin, 123 tons, Gwatkiti, master, from Port Adelaide, 1.1th inst., with ti general cargo." Passengers-Edwin Meyer, I. Nicholas DF.rAaTUKF.S. September 23.-Schooner Abeona, 90 tons, Irvin, master, for Port Adelaide, with a general cargo. September 21.-Brig Lanita, 1G8 tons, Milton, master, for Sydney, with n general cargo. Pas- sengers-Mr. \V. Byrnes, W. Codlin. September 25.-Barque Son» of Commerce, 450 tons. Williams, master, for London. Passengers-? G. Chapman, Esq., Mrs. Chapman, Capt Collins, Mrs. Collins, and three children, Eliza Holmes, Dr. Slonnc, Mr. Miller, Mr. Riddler. M...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MAYNOOTH.—HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
I ENGLISH EXTRACTS. I MAYNOOTH.-IIOUSK OF LOUDS. Thc Archbishop of Dublin supported the Bill, in a speech thnt rivctted attention Among other statements vrhieh writers lint! ttsetl in trenting this question, he hntl seen quuted some- thing that ho hntl said in reference to the education which prevails at thc College of Mnynooth. He did not, on thnt occasion, recollect whether he hntl said what was attributed to him by those writers or not. Pcrhnpshc had ¡ forwith thc edu- cation afforded nt Maynooth he had often expres- sed his dissatisfaction, mid he knew that in some enses that éducation lind been imperfect. It never occurretl to him, however, up to the present time, that his opinion of its insufficiency wns tm argu- ment against his consistency in now wishing it to he improved. (Laughter and loud cheers.) Ile spoke, however, of the insufficiency of the educa- tion at Mnynooth. He dill not mean to say tiny thing against thc professors for not bringing up thc students ns Protestant...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ANNIVERSARY OF O'CONNELL'S IMPRISONMENT. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ANNIVERSARY OF O'CONNELL'S IMPRISONMENT. (From the Spectator.J Friday, the 30th May, the anniversary of Mr. O'Connell's imprisonment, was cele- brated in Dublin with imposing effect. The city was thronged from an early hour, as in the case of any great national holiday. The 1 shops in tho route of the procession that had I been arranged wore kept closed ; and in other parts business was suspended throughout tho day. The only thing we road of resembling coercion is the compulsory stoppage of some work at tho quays, where the coal-porters in- terfered to prevent the unlading of some goods. Tho procession seems tn have been formed in tho first instance in tho Circular Road, where stands Richmond Penitentiary thc prison in which Mr. O'Connell was confined. .The body comprised all the trades of Dublin, each with its band; and is computed by the Repeal calculator to have amounted to 2(30,000 pursons. Its conduct was entrusted lo Mr. Uoynolds, the City Marshal, and Mr. St...
SYDNEY. (From the Sydney Herald, Sept. 5.) NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS, Imports and Exports. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
SYDNEY. I (From thc Syí/ney Herald, Sept. 5.) NEW SOUTH WALKS STATISTICS, Imports and Exports. IN tho speech with which he opened tho pre- sent session of the Legislative Council, the Governor dwelt with much emphasis upon the fact, that in the year 1844, for the first time in tho history of Now South 'Wales, the exports of tho colony exceeded tho imports. The returns of imports and exports are this year given in two forms-the first stating the countries to which or from which the articles were sent or received ; tho second specifying- tho countries of which thc arti- cles were the produce or manufacture. By examining each of these returns, we shall be enabled the better to appreciate the fact upon which his Excellency has congratu- lated the colony. Thc total vuluo of our import« was £931.2(30, of which no less than £G43.419. or upwards of two-thirds, was from Great Britain. Tho total value of our exports was £1,128,11:*», of which £8."i4.003, or moro than three-fourths, was to Gre...
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, FART II. ABOUT BAPTISMAL REGENERATION ¡ CONFIRMA- TION» ; THE AUTHORITY OF THF. CIIUUCII, AND OTHER INTERESTING SUBJECTS OF CONTno VEHSY IN THE CHURCH OF ENULANU, AT THE TRESEST TIME. BETWEEN THU HON. AND REV. AI. LCR AKT INCUÜUS, AND FAMILY ; THE REV. DR. IIOOKEM ; THE VERY REVEREND ARCHDEACON DUAL| THE RIGHT HON. SIR JAMES GAMMON i THE MILDMAY FA- MILY, AND OTHERS. BY ROWLAND HILL, THE YOUNGER. [Continued from our last.] SCEtVE-The company arriving at Keepemdown Jîectory. The Miss Mildmays come an hour be Jure dinner, and alt the young ladies walk on the lawn. Mr. Commissioner Saunders being forced to go and try to settle a quarrel between a mxtlo crat and hts workmen, sends a reluctant apology. The company are introduced to each other in the library. Having introduced his elder daughters and il/r. Frederick, Mr. incubus takes Emily by her left hand, and says, 11 Air. Archdeacon Dual, uUow me to introduce my youngest daughter, Mis» Entity, a young heretic...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 26 September 1845
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 20. The Lieutenant-Governor, having had before him &nbsp; a report of the capture of William Westwood, an armed runway Convict, feels it his duty publicly to express his thanks to Mr. John Luttrel and Mr. Richard Pillinger, for their very meritorious and determined conduct on the occasion. By his Excellency's Command, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J. E. BICHENO.
PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
rniCE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. ». d. i. d. Aus. Flocks.. A few superior Lots 2 G to 3 1J Combing, sup.. 1 10 ,, 2 10 Fair " . 1 7 " 1 U Good Clothing_ 1 10 " 2 5 Average ditto .... 1 7 " 1 9 Ill-conditioned and inferior Hocks .. 1 S " I 8 Scoured. 1 10 " 2 2$ Lambs, superior .. 2 0 " 2 8 Lambs, fuir average to good. 1 7 " 1 ll Skin, liaudwashed.. 1 G " 1 10 Skin . 1 4 " 1 8 Pieces and Locks.. 1 3 " 1 8^ Partly washed and in grease. 0 8J" 1 5 V. D. Land .. Combing, good.... 1 0 " 2 0 " average. .1 ß " 1 8 Clothing, superior. .1 9 " 2 0 " scoured.. 1 G " 2 3 Avcrnge flocks .".. 1 6 " 1 8 Inferior. 1 4 " 1 6 Unwashed. 0 9 " 1 1 Lambs, superior .. 1 10 " 2 3| ordinary and fair. 1 6 " 1 9 Skin . 1 4 " 1 0 Locks. 1 2 " 1 G Port Phillip.. Good Flocks. 1 8 " 2 3 Average. 1 5 ,, 1 7 Lambs . 1 G " 2 GJ Swan Uiver.. scoured.... 1 7¿" 1 ll.J S. Australian. 1 4 " 1 9¿ Low, Locks and in Grease . 0 8 " 1 2 N. Zealand._ 1 Gl" 1 8 J Cape.Scoured. 1 7 " 1 ll Good flocks. 1 fl " 1 ll Average. 1 2 " l...
A NEW BUTT FOR LORD BROUGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
A NEW BUTT FORLORD BROUGHAM. IK Lord Stanley retired to the House of Lords in search of a quiet life, it is to bo feared he will meet with a disappointment. Lord Brougham has set his eye upon him as a change of diet; ho has dropped Lord Camp- bell for a time, to worry Lord Stanley. Tho noble Secretary of State for the Co- lonies came off but indifferently in the first rencontre. The occasion was a petition from the Legislative Assembly of Newfound- land, praying that the mail might be made to take St. John's in its way to Halifax. The petition is rather unreasonable : the route proposed by the petitioners is, in so far as the great bulk of the population of British North America are concerned, a cir- cuitous one. The alteration prayed for would give tho inhabitants of St. John's a slight advantage, at the cost of a serious in- convenience to all the rest of the North American Colonies. Of this the Secretary for the Colonies was not aware. He first sought to escape from the discussio...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 1[?]th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOT! CK TO CONTRACTONS. Hobnrt Town, Kith JuTv, 18Kt. XoTicK is hereby given» thut thc fut Kiwi n ir standing rules must he invariably observed by nil purlieu wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Vi very Tender to he in duplicate, sealed, nnd endorsed on thc envelope, in accordance with the description of supply to which it refers, 2. Printed forms of Tenders can be obtained at thc se-erat Commissariat Offices: nod in every case that will admit of it these must he used and signed hy a responsible party onza^in»; to become surety for thc due fulfilment of the Tender if ac- cepted. 3 Separate Tenders must bc made to corres- pond with earh advertisement respectively, even in rases, where they may be called for on the some , day. (.BO. l\f AC1.E AN, Deputy L'ommiskary-licnernl.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. DR. TuRNnoLL. on Friday last, resumed Iiis lectures on Chemistry, taking " Heat" as his immediate subject. The lecturer first a&lt;l * verted lo the sensation of heat, as a relative sensation in reference to the previous stale of the body. If one hand bo placed in a ba- sin of hot water, and tho other in a basin of cold, and both aro now transferred to another basin containing1 water of an intermediate temperature, tho sensation of heat will be felt by the hand which had been in the cold water, while at the sams time tho other hand will feel cold. In like manner two persons meeting' midway on a mountain side, the one who had come from the cold region of the summit would say, " How hot it is to- day." " Hot," the other would exclaim, " I am extremely cold ;" shewing clearly that the actual lensnlion of heat or cold depends not merely on the actual temperature of the atmosphere ; but on the previous state of the body. Heat in its action on bodies produces...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 24th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
COMMTSSAHIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2-1 th September, 1815. Required for Convict Hospitals, FIFTY DOKKN of the best I'oiiT WINE; tenders for the supply ot which « ill he received nt this office until Twelve o'clock on Wednesday next, thc 1st proximo. The wine to he delivered in sound packages, of 1, 2, or 3 dozen euell. Samples to accompany thc tenders, and the quality to he approved hy a Hoard of Survey. rayment will he made in thc usual manner from the Commissariat Chest. GKWUJR MACLEAN. Deputy Commihsiiry-Gcncrnl.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mn. II. BAYNTON'S INSOLVENCY-On Thurs, day, Mr. Commissioner Macdowell, having sum- moned Mr. Baynton to attend his Court,-Mr. Montagu, with Mr. Midwood, attended on behalf of the Assignee, Captain Macdonald; and Mr. Rowlands for thc Insolvent. The point mooted was, whether, an Insolvent having obtained his discharge from the Commissioner, it was compe- tent for that Functionary to summon him to at- tend for examination touching his insolvency ; or, at least, whether, if summoned, that it was com- pulsory upon the Insolvent so to attend ? Mr. Rowlands contended that it was not, and had therefore, appeared to shew cause against thc summons, and to argue that Mr. Baynton need not obey it; Mr. Rowlands in support of his ar. gument referred to divers clauses of the Insolvent Act. Mr. Montagu, on the other side, referred to the summons, which was sufficiently plain, clear, and explicit ; he, also, cited thc Act, which gave the Commissioner power to summon an Insolvent...
POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
POUCH OFFICE, WF.STIiUllV. \th Siptrml,cr, 1815. Whereas certain articles ol'stolen ami unclaimed property have frnin time to time beeil taken from Adam Moore, Mai l; KniKhtuii, and Thomas Craw- ford, free, ami Samuel Marshall, Kdivard Sherlock, llenrv Tattersall. Samuel Clough, Moses Thomp- son, Samuel Walker, Michael O'Neal, James Castles, John lîurdon, and Ccorjrc Holly, prisoners ol'the cronn: Notice is hereby given, that thc whole of the said anieles will be sold by public auction hy me at the Police Olllec, Westbury, on Tbursdny, the (iih day nt' November next, at 12 o'clock at ndon, unless claimed on or before thal day. WM. MOUTON, Chief District Constable.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
NEW ZEALAND. Tn TÍ mass of documentary evidence col- lected by the London Spectator respecting thc affairs of New Zenlnnd, though pnrlinl and coloured, must lend to the conclusion that much blood and trensure have been wasted in vain. A series of mistakes have involved n hody of colonists, comprehending in their character and qualifications thc cle- ments of distinguished success, in painful difficulties, of which it is impossible to sec thc termination. The contradictory policy of the British Government may be traced to thc conflict of opposing views, in refer- ence to thc rights of a civilised power over a barbarous people. Thc miserable results of colonization to aboriginal nations were fresh in thc memory of thc Ministers. They saw no process by which thc collision of Eu- ropean and native interests could be perma- nently prevented. The missionaries to New Zealand employed their influence in averting an experiment which they knew would bc resisted, and which would ensure thc de-...
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 30: THE CONVICT QUESTION.—NEWS FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 30: THE CONVICT QUESTION.-NEWS FROM FIOME. ON the authority of a private letter (luted London, 5 th June, from a well-iiiformed person, we take upon ourselves to state that a new plan of convict discipline had been drawn up, under instructions from the Se- cretary of State ; that it had subsequently been submitted to thc Inspectors of Prisons; that it was hy them approved ; and that n Bill would bc introduced into Parliament probably before the close of thc then cur- rent session, fur giving it effect. Of thc lo- cale of its contemplated operation we have heard nothing j but it is unlikely to bc any- where in which convicts have been before under discipline. I Indubitable reliance may bc placed on thc I correctness ot tins statement.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. The-OBSERVER teilt be delivered in Town every Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from Launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, will be posted in the evening. SUOSCRUTION.-IO*, per quarter in ad- vance; 13i. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve linea and un- iter, 2s. Cd., and 2d. fur every additional line, for each inter lion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any length of time. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clock, and on Thursday till the same hour. Adver- tisers must state the number of insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other- wise they will be continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. jVb verbal communications attended to. %* COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to be ntfdressed, or left at "THE OU SEHYEH" Office, (Mu. GEORGE ROL WKGAN'S...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 29th SEPTEMBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
¿ftarftct** HonAiiT TOWN, 29th SEPTEMBER, 1845. ?\Vhoftt. 5s. per Imshcl. Burley. 3s. to 3s. 3d. ditto. Oats. 3s. 4d. ditto. Maize. 3s. fid. ditto. liny, pressed .. £3 10s. per ton. Ditto, loose.... £3 ditto Straw . £2 ditto. Potatoes. £3 to ÍÍ3 5s. New Potatoes .. 4d. per lb. Green Pens.... 2s. 3d. per peck. Carrots. 3s. per doi. Eggs. Dd. ditto. Cabbage. ls. (id. ditto. Cauliflowers .. ls. Od ditto. Qnions.20s. cwt. Fowls. 2s. Od. to 3s. per pair. Ducks. 4s. (id. to 5s. ditto. Geese . 4s. each. Turkeys . 4 s. Od. ditto. Butter. ls. fid. lb. Apples. Hs. per bushel. Shingles . 4s. fid. per thousnnd. Sawn timber .. 4s. Gd. per 100 feet. Posts and rails.. 22s. ditto. Puling. 4s. fid. to 5s. ditto. She oak . 4s. fid. per ton. Gum. 3s. Gd. ditto. Port Arthur coals Hs. ditto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto. Spirits and Tobacco n the Bonded Stores on thc 1 OtU September, 1815 : Rum on 2l)th August.. .. 2825" Received since .... 37/ - 28634 Home Consumption 173f> Exportation . 235 1971 2GG...