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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
SHIP MAILS. For Fort Phillip, per /'latina, this doy, nt 4 r.M. For Sydney and Calcutta, per Marion, on Friday, 3rd October, nt 4 r.M. For London, viû Sydney, per Marion, on Friday next, at -1 r. M. For Adelaide, per Jane Geary, on Friday next, ' at 4 r.M. For Swan River, via Adelaide, per Jane Geary, on Friday next, at 4 P.M. For New Zealand, per Osprey, on Monday next, at 4 P.M.
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Ship.. Marion, from London Marque Joña, from Rio dc Janeiro . Platina, fron» London lirig.. Amaury, from Bourbon . Grecian, from South Sens. . Jane deary, from Port Adelaide Schooner Osjirey, from Chitin . Sisters, /rom Port Phillip. . Agnes S,- Elisabeth, from South Sea» . Sister, from Research Uny . Marys, from Adelaide . Timbo, from Adelaide . Datid, from Port Albert . Letitia, from Kort Albert . Aeriel, from Twofold Hay
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
pipping intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. September 27.-Schooner IiaMla, 87 tons, Williams, master, from Port Albert 20th Sept., with cattle and sheep. September 27.- Schooner Letitia, 73 tons, Nicholls, master, from Port Albert 20th Sept. September 28.-Schooner Aerial, 101 tons, Scagrovc, master, from Twofold Bay 22nd Sept., with cattle and sheep. DEPARTURES. September 27.-Schooner Isahella, 87 tons, Williams, muster, for Port Albert in ballast. rnojECTEn DEPARTURES. Ship Ufarían, GSi tons, for Port Adelaide 'Uh October. llnrque Platina, 305 tons, for Port Phillip 1st October. Urie; Jane Geary, 230 tons, for Port Adelaide ? til October. Schooner Timho, 123 tons, for Port Adelaide 4 th October. IMrOttTS. Kessels reported inwards during the week. Nil. EXPORTS. Vessels reported outward» during the week. Ail.
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. PART II. ABOUT BAPTISMAL REGENERATION f CONFIRMA- TION J THE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH, AND OTHER INTERESTING SUIIJECTS OF CONTRO- VERSY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, AT THE PRESENT TIME* BETWEEN THE HON. AND RKV. ALLCRAFT INCUIIUS, AND FAMILY ; THE REV. DR. HOOKEM ; THE VERY REVEREND ARCHDEACON DUAL; THE RIGHT HON. SIR JAMES GAMMON; THE MILDMAY FA- MILY, AND OTHERS. I BY ROWLAND HILL, THE YOUNGER. [Continued from our lost.] SCENE'-The company arriving at Keepemdovm Hectory. The Miss Mildmays come an hour be- fore dinner, ami aH the young ladies walk on the lawn. Mr. Commissioner Saunders being forced to go and try to settle a quarrel between a mi Ho- rra t and his workmen, sends a reluctant apology. Tht company are introduced io each other in the library. Having introduced his elder daughters and Afr. Frederick, Mr. Incubus takes Emily by her left hand, and says, " Mr. Archdeacon Dual, a lime me to introduce my youngest daughter. Miss Emity, a young heretic" Emi...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. SPEECH OF DR. MERLE D'AUBIGNE BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH OE SCOTLAND, On the 28th May, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. SPEECH OF DH. MERLE D'AUBIGNE 11EVURU THE ASSEMBLY OF THE EUEE CHURCH OE SCOTLAND, OH the 28/A May, 1815. Dr. MERLK D'AUMÔNE, who was greeted willi enthusiastic npplause, snid-I came from Geneva, nnd I nm in Scotland. I did not come from Ge- neva to Scotland only to sec your country, to view your Highland", nor even to converse with your people. No, it was for quite another reason. Three centuries ago, a man came from France to our city nt thc foot of the Alps, on thc border of the lake beman, ami there he reared the standnrd of truth. His name was John Calvin. (Loud applause.) He published there, with a powerful voice, that man is justified only hy faith in the blood of thc Lamb,-that in Christ Jesus no human tradition, no human work, no human suc- cession tivnilctb anything, butn new creatures nad he made of our little Geneva the bulwark of truth. (Renewed applause.) Some years afterwards ano- ther man came nlso across the Jura to our mng niliceut country. He had...
AGRICULTURE. NEW FORCING SYSTEM—APPLICATION OF ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY AS A PROMOTER OF VEGETATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
AGRICULTURE. . NEW FORCING SYSTEM-APPLICATION ! OF ITMOSI'IIEIUC ELECTRICITY AS A | PROMOTER OF VEGETATION. I IN October last, Mr, Gordon, of Nash-hous announced to the Tring Agricultural Ansi elution, the then immature results, or rathi prospects, nf some experiments which lu been instituted by Mr. Forster, of Findrassi near Elgin, on the application uf utmospher electricity to the promotion of the growth &lt; plants ; those prospects (promising as tin then were) have since mote than realist the expectations then formed, inasmuch i Mr. Forster has thraihed, weighed, an measured, fifteen bushels of chevalier bnrle; fifty-four pounds and a quarter tn the busbe from on electric area of twenty-three perch« of land only, being ut the rate of upwards &lt; one hundred and four bushels to the nen with more than three times the weight of th ordinary quantity of straw. The bario outside tho insulated area, and therefore nc within the influence of thc artificially excite elect...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
COMM ISS AIM AT. COMMISSA KI AT OFFICE. Ilolmrt Town, June 2Stli, 18 lu. TIIRAHUIIY IIII.I.H. Notirc is hereby given, tlint tenders will conti- nue tn he received ns hitherto, nt thisoilire, every Wednesday, until 12 o'cluck, for Hills to he drawn at IK) days'si uh t on tho Hight Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, in cxrlumiie for British silver or gold ; when those at tlie most favornble rate, will, if unproved, be accepted. On such occasions, however, ns thc sudden de- parture of a vessel, hy which remittances have to be made, special tenders will he received without reference to the particular day thus appointed for ordinary cities. The tenders to he (in duplicntc) endorsed " Tenders for Hills," and to state the amount of each bill, together with the linnie of the party in whose favour it should be drawn. &lt;ÎEO. MACÜ'.AN, Deputy Commissary-tu-nernl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
FOlt ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE linc fast-sniling A 1 lirig, Jane Geary, 201 tons, H. Birnie, Commander, will sail on Friday ?wnamix^ next, 3rd Octubcr. lins roomy ac- commodation tor Steerage Passengers nm! Horses. For fteiglit or passage apply to the Captain on hoard, or to GEOKOE KEES. New Wharf, \ Sept. 2G, 1813. ) FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. '^HE fine fast-sailing A 1, Brigan- tine Timbo, 123 tons, Gwntkin, Com- mander, n rcgulnr trnder and favon «äg^&rite vessel will, passengers, will sail on 3rd Oct For freight of horses timi goods, or passage, apply on board, or to DUNCAN M'PnnnsoN Stone Buildings, Sept 23. N.B.-The above vessel will call nt Fortland Bay with goods mid passengers, if sullieient oile Sept. 2I>, 1815. FOR MELBOURNE, FORT PIIírLIP. THE line schooner Kayle, HIS tims will sail for the above port on Satur day, thc Ith October. For freight I or passage, apply to Captain Mnrr, on bonni. September 20, 1815. FOR WELLINGTON AND NELSON, NEW ZEALAND, TO SAIL, IN TKN DAYS. ...
ENGLISH. BAL COSTUME AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
ENGLISH. BM. COSTUME AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. THU Queen pave n hal costumo Inst evening at Buckiogriam Palace, nt which all tho puesta appeared in the costume of the pe- riod between 17d0 and 1/50. Tho co m pu ny numbered about 1,200, mid included tho diplomatic corps and the principal foreigners of distinction ut present in the metropolis, ull of whom nclopted the foreign costumes of that dato, appearing in the uniforms of their respective nations, Every possible variety of colour, texture, nod tnuteriul, and tho greatest magnificence of embroidery and jewelled decorations consistent with pro- priety wein brought to bear on this quaint and antiquated costume, and the result wua a harmony and unity of effect perfectly sur- prising. Most of the gentlemen appeared in velvet coats, crimson, black, or blue, most richly embroidered with gold or silver, or trimmed with gold lace ; powdered wigs were universal, and thu style of coiffure was so complete as to render recognition, except amongst...
D'AUBIGNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
D'AUBIGNE. THE name of D'Aubîgné, whose eloquent speceh at the meeting of the General As- sembly of the Free Church of Scotland, in May last, is given in our fourth page, must, wc think, he familiar to many of our read- ers, as that of the author of one of thc most interesting works on the history of the Re- formation that have appeared. D'Aubignc's History has been published in most of the languages of Europe, and an American edi- tion lins found a very extensive circulation, of which a pleasing proof was furnished the other day here, in an American whaler, which put into our port, the seamens' li- brary in which included the work in ques- tion. Dr. Chalmers, when introducing D'Aubignd to the General Assemby, said : " I am delighted to think-it makes me feel as if I were nt the most interesting mo- ment of my existence, when I can point to one of those strangers, whom in this great Assembly I need as little to nnme-who is universally known, at least throughout the upper and middle ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
FOR SYDNEY. 'jfafir--4 THE fine first-class Ship Marton, ?¿fi^ftYÉfaGSi Tons, George Kcttlewcll, Coin -TfQK&"yji^mnnder, will sail in fourteen dnys. «Oär>iSii£E» l'or Freight or Pnssnge, having splendid accomodation, apply to thc Comnndcr or DUNCAN M'PUERSON. Stone Buildings, Sept. .IS. N.B.-Tlic above ship will sail from Sydney for Calcutta. FOR ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE fast-sailing brig Jane Geary, ^hourly expected from the above Port. Tor freight or passage, apply j ' to GI-.OIIOF. REGS. New Wharf, \ September 22,1815. J FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine fast-sailing hark Augustus, i Rolls, Commander, daily expected, Twill return to thc above port. This 7 vessel has excellent steerage aad cabin accommodation, and will meet with inme- diate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to FREDERICK A. DOWNING. New Wharf, \ September 22,1815./ NOTICE. Jill. WILLIAM GEORGE DO- NALDSON begs to inform his ¡Friends ond thc Settlers of Great »Swanport, and Wabbs' Bay, mid .Coastwise, t...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 23rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
COMMISSION EUS' OFFICE. 23JV/ Sytem/irr, ] R t,r>. ! XJIlCtí is h ero hy givon, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready tor Kxamination, by the Commissioners appointed fortbat purpose, upon or immediately after the 23rd day of November next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Inlm Jackson, Sorell, 3i., lr., 10p. (Originally A. Lan j;, nnd purchased by applicant at public auction.) Bounded on thc west byScluins90 links northerly along Gordon-street from its angle ¡ with Foreett-strcet, on thc north hy 1 chains Iii ¡ links easterly along the gaol allotment, on the east hy 7 chains 3.5 links southerly along an allotment I churned by Mnrtlut Charlotte Garrett mid along an allotment occupied by ur belonging to the reprc ! sctitativcs of the late James Gordon to Force « strret aforesaid, and thence on the south-east hy 1 chains 31) links south-westerly along that street to thc point of commencement. James Walbonrne, Selby, Dorset, 31fía., 2.,...
Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
jHiäfcIInncouä Shipping. Thc brig Union got on shore nt thc entrance lo Whirlpool Hench, nnd has returned to GrnvtUy Bench, where she will bc examined. The Schooner Margaret, from Hobart Town to Adelaide, put in herc on thc 23rd for shelter from contrary winds. The Fortescue, from Bahia 13th July, is in the river. Tlie Souvenir, from Port Phillip and Circular Head, has arrived.-Launceston Examiner, Sep- tember 24. ENTRA s cs TO TUB RIVER TAMAR, VAM DIE WEN'S LAXD.-The only danger near thc entrance of the Tamar river, is the Hebe reef, named after a ship lost on it in 1808. It occupies a space of a quarter of a mile, chiefly in on enstcrly direc- tion i a »mall portion of its centre is nearly dry at low water! this pnrt bears S. 89° \V., 2 miles and 3-lOth's from the light-house on Low Hend ; there ls) a channel of 7 fathoms inside it. The guide for passing northward of it is a white spot on the N, W. extreme of Louis Head, in one with the lisbt housc ; the latter will then bear E. 1...
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
LAUNCESTON. September 22.-Steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, from I'ort I'liillip, Twofold liny, mid Sydney ; T. Craufurd, ngent Passengers Alderman Orr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnwdon and child, Mrs. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Hell, servant, and child, Mr. Ralston, Mr. Willis, Mr. James, Mr. Killi til. Rev. Mr. Stevens, Mr. Southey, Mr. Tuckett, Mr. Tenge, Christina Dixon, James Fox, | Cnptnin Wilkinson, Catherine Finnigan and child, Mrs. Falkiner. |Septcmbcr2.1.-Brig Siran, 119 tons. Bell, master, from l'ort Fhillip. Fasscngers-Mr. Grooves, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Hood. DKVAKTUItES. September 23.-Steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, mnster, for Sydney and Twofold Bay; T. Craufurd, agent Passengers-Mrs. Hawdon and child, Mrs. Russell, Miss Dixon, Thomas Corbett, Ksq., Mr, Pritchard, Catherine Finnigan and child, Mrs. Faulklncr. September 23.-Brig Scout, 05 tons, Gwntkin, mnster, for Port Phillip ; William Jackson k Co., agents. Passengers-Mr. John Walker, Mrs. Huxley and child, Mr. Borradaile, a...
ENGLISH. LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S NINE RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 30 September 1845
ENGLISH. LOUD JOHN RUSSELL'S NINE RESOLUTIONS. STIRRING times produce able men and great measures ; our times produce those resolu- tions of Lord John Russell which the House of Commons have this week been induced to hear, talk about, and vole upon. There was intense competition between tho Whig leader's feat of statesmanship and " the Derby;" but the credit of the Liberal party was at stake, and they did manage " to mako a House, not only on Monday, whon Lord John's speech was unspoken and therefore created some curiosity, but also on the event- ful Wednesday. The contest was a sheer party parade, without purpose, without a chance of vicissitude, and therefore without interest. Not that the-speeches are altogether without some historical value. They have, if any, a modicum of that higher kind of merit; Lord John, and his leading antagonist Sir James Graham, having been especially industrious in the compilation of raw materials for his- tory-doctrines of the day from approved author...
PAPAL GOVERNMENT. [From the London Patriot.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845
PAPAL GOVERNMENT. [From the London Patriot.'] As an illustration of what we may expect to be the state of society, if the insane policy to which the projects of Feel and Graham point, should be allowed to bear its proper fruits, we translate the following statement from the Paris Sémeur of Inst Wednesday. Be it recollected also, that the Papal Go- vernment has prohibited railroads I " In the midst of the serious affairs, po litical arid religious, by which france is agitated, little nttention has been yielded to thc news from the States of the Church. Yet they are really important, and deserve to be carefully observed; for they show us the priest spirit in its peculiar action. Do you wish to know the veritable character of the Roman system ? Then study the Edicts and Acts of the Pontifical Government. What n surprising and melancholy specta- cle! The most ridiculous yet atrocious act- ings of thc darkest ages, maintained in the face of the modern institutions of society ! A palpable...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845
Wanted, A VKSSKL, to brine; about .ri0 tons 1IA1UI.LA, from Chapel Island, »uss' Straits, l'or particulars apply to RicitAiin KIHK. Old Wharf, \ October HUS. J ELEGANT ROOM PAPER, tte. &C. .1 AMES AV HIT ES I DES, Cnbínct ¿íinucr ic îlpljolôtcrcr, 7,1 Vi:lt J'OOI.-S/rUIMÎT, I TAS now on SALK, the most eleimnt varieties IL of KOO M I'Arr.uiNo, which win \,K »old ut very moderate prices. 'Hie opportunity of sclecliou is such ns bas been rarely uil'ercd. ,1. WIIITKSIDI'.S bas buen induced to obtain mure of thc approved so lU'virahlu in respect to cleanliness, ns well ns for the comfort UL ul elegance of their construction. J. WHITKSIDUS lins the usual assortment of USEFUL fiilD ELEGANT FURNITURE rendy on hum!, mid is prepared to execute orders with neatness and despatch, and ut prices suitable to the limes. % * Xatii'P Timber manufactured intn articles nf furniture according ta the taste nf rn>*toinerxt anti ¡lacked in ea*T for fran.yifirfatioH la langland. Cabinet and Uphol...
BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845
DICLO ru M. t ELECTIONS IN I1ELC;IUM.-BKUSSRLS), June 10.-The Belgian constitution requiring that one-half of the Chamber nf Deputies bo re- newed every three years, the elections for the representatives of the provinces of Bra- ham, Namur, Luxembourg, Antwerp, «nd Western Flanders took place to-day. The struggle was between the Catholic party, supported by tho Government, and the Liberals, opposed to the never-ceasing en- croachments of the priesthood.- On no oc- casion since the revolution of 1830 have the elections excited anything approaching to the interest they have done on this; for months every nerve hus been strained by both p.irties. It wai even feared by some that disorders would take piare in the capital, but up to this time (5 o'clock p.m.), nil has passed off quietly, and with the greatest good humour. For Brussels the Liberals have completely beaten their opponents, and have succeeded in ousting the most powerful mem- ber of the Catholic parly (Count Ferdinand Mecns, ...