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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine fast-sailing bark Augtattu, Rolls, Commander, daily expected, \ will return to thc above port. This I _, vessel has excellent steerage and | cullin accomiuodation, and will meet with imme- diate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to FllKDEIUCK A. DoWNINO. New Wharf, \ September 22,1845./ FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast.sailing A 1 Brig, Jane Geary, 204 tons, R. Birnie, ' Commander, will sail on Friday | _ next, 3rd October. Uns roomy ac- commodation fur Steerage Passengers nnd Horses. I For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to GEORGE REES. New Wharf, \ Sept. 20, 1815. J FOil ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast-sailing A 1, Brigán- I i tine Timbo, 123 tons, Gwatkin, Com- | {mander, a regular trader and fnvou »ritc vessel with passengers, will sail I on 3rd Oct. For freight of horses and goods, [ or passage, apply on board, or to DUNCAN M'PIIERSON. Stone Buildings, Sept 23. N.B.-Thc above vessel will call at Portland Bay with goods and pas...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

LAUNCESTON. I ARRIVAIS. September 26*.-Burquc Fortescue^ 305 tons, G. I H. Pellntt, master, from London mul Bnhia; T. S- Atkins mut Co., agents. Passenger-Iv. II. Coleman, Esq. September lib*.-Schooner Souvenir, fi! tons, Jennings, master, from Melbourne anil Circular Head; William Jackson and Co., agents* Pas- senger-S. Gibson, Esq. DEI'AUTUMN. iViY. IM POUTS. I'esseh reported hvrarth during the week. September 2 ti.-Per banpte Fortescue* from London mut Bahia. Curyo from I-on don-71 ! easks bottled beer, 4 cases Ii casks glas*, Ki casks 2 I- hhds 52 cases brandy, i?J eases 50 octaves 1 pipe wine, 50 hhds stout, -DO bundles iron hoops, 20 boxes tin plates, 2 CUM\S Kau dc Cologne, «'J ditto perfumery, 10 barrels 10 huti'dittu cen.c.it, 1 case snuir,*21 crates 2 hhds earthenware, 22 crates pottery, 23 casks -1H boxes !8 eases manufactures, 12 sheets lead, 21 casks suda, 07 bags snit, 101 bundles shovels, t case saddlery, 20 barrels whiting, 2 weighing machines, 2 cases weights, 32 ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agriculture. I.—EFFECT OF DIFFERENT MANURES ON THE COMPOSITION OF THE SWEDISH TURNIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

floriculture. I.-EFFECT OF DIFFERENT MANURES ON THE COMPOSITION OF THE SWEDISH TURNIP. IT is a fact, in regard to which little doubt can now be entertained, that the chemical composition of a crop depends, among other causes, in a considerable degree upon the kind of soil on which it is grown and the kind of manure by which its growth has been promoted. Many experiments in the field, however, and many careful ana- lyses in the laboratory are required before we can exactly understand and appreciate tho kind and extent of this influence winch soil and manure respectively exercise. It is of much consequence to practical agricul- ture that such experiments and analyses should be extensively made and recorded. Early in the past year (1844) two samples of Swedish turnips, grown by the aid respec- tively of farm-yard dung and of guano, were transmitted to me from Lennox-love for analysis, nt the request of Lord Blantyre, with the view chiefly of ascertaining how far the proportions of suga...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

MARRIED-By special license, on Friday, the 26th instant, by the Rev. James Bell, WILLIAM MUR- RAY, Esq., Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town, to CHARLOTTE MARIA, youngest daughter of the   late Capt. Sturgeon, Royal Marines.  

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 23rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 23rrf Scj)lem6er, ISIS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Claims for Crams will lie ready for Examination, hythe Commissioners appointed for thu t purpose, upon or i inmediately after the 211 rd day of November next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. John Jackson, Sorell, 3n., lr., I Op. (Originally A. Lang, and purchased by applicant at public auction.) Bounded on the west by 8 chains 90   links northerly along Gordon-street from its angle with Forcett-street, on thc north by 4 chains 13 links easterly along the gaol allotment, on the east by 7 chains 35 links southerly along an allotment claimed hy Martha Charlotte Garrett and along an allotment occupied hy or belonging to the repre- sentatives of the late James Gordon to Forcett street aforesaid, ami thence on the south-east by 4 chains 30 links south-westerly along that street to the point of commencement. James Walbourue, Selby, Dorset, 3 Kia., 2., O...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

ENGLISH EXTBACTS. TUB LATE THOMAS HOOD.-Thomas Hood was the son of Mr. Hood, the bookseller, of the firm of Vernon & Hood. He gave the public an outline of his early life in the " Literary Reminiscences," published in Hood's Own. He was, as he lhere states, early placed " upon lofty stool at lofty desk," in a merchant's counting-house; but his commercial career was soon put an end to by his health, which began to fail; and by the recommendation of the physicians he was '* shipped as per advice in a Scotch smack" to his father's relations in Dundee. There he made his first literary venture in the local journals ; subsequently he sent a paper to the Dundee Magazine, the editor of which was kind enough, as Winifrid Jen- kins says, " io wrap my bit of nonsense under his honour's kiver, without charging for its insertion." Literature, however, was then only thought of as an amusement ; for on his return to London he was, we believe, apprenticed to his uncle as an en- graver, and ...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 30th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 307A Srptemíer, IStS. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by thc , Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after thc 30th day of November n*>xt, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim ! must be entered. Philip O.ikiVn, Suburbs «>f Launceston, 7 a. li 2üp. mut hi. 3r. 2p. (Originally IL II fan cy, am com eyed tit I. Cauurnn, who conveyed to upplï cant.)-7a. lr. '¿Vp. bounded on tilt? south-caster: side by 5 chains -15 links *outh-w*stcrîy alon] NorwiHi-rnnd commencing at its ungle with th ! mad leading from Launceston to Westbury, oi the sowh-rust Iv A cluius IS links sonth-wesierl , along crown Lind to Olen nUii-road, on the south' western side by 10 chains li3 links nnrth-weslerl; (in 2 bearings) nlnng that mud to Rose-lane, oi the north-west hy 8 chains i't links north-r.tMerl; along that laue lu the second-mentioned road, mu thence on the nnrlh-pasteru side by th...

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THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 3 October 1845

TUE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. PART II. ABOUT BAPTISMAL REGENERATION ¡ CONFIRMA- TION; THE AUTHORITY Or THE CHURCH, AND OTHER INTEnESTINa SUnJECTS OF CONTRO- VERSY lit THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, AT TUE rRESENT TIME. BETWEEN THE HON. AND REV. ALLCRAFT INCUBUS, AND FAMILY; THE REV. DR. HOOKKM; THE VERT REVEREND ATLCIIDEACON DUAL; THE RIGHT HON. SIR JAMES GAMMON; TUE MILDHAY FA- MILY, AND OTHERS. BY HOWLAND HILL, THE YOUNGER. [Continued from our last.] SCEXE-The company arriving at Keepemdown Jtectory. The Mist Atitdmaya come an hour be- fore dinnert awl ail the young ladies walk on the laxen. Afr, Commissioner Sauwlers being forced to go and try to settle a quarrel between a millo erat and his workmen, senda a reluctant apology. 7'he company are introduced to each other in the library. Having introduced his elder daughters and Afr. Frederick, Mr. Incubus takes Emily by her left hand, and says, " Air. Archdeacon Dual, allow me to introduce my youngest daughter, Alias Emily, a young heretic.'* E...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS OF A NEW REFORMATION IN GERMANY. (From a Correspondent of the Continental Echo and Protestant Witness, for April, just published.) Hamburgh, March 8, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

PROGRESS OF A NEW REFORMA- TION IN GERMANY. ' Çr'rom n Corresjmwhnt nf the Continental Behn ami Protestant Witness, fur April, just pnblishtd.) Hamburgh,.March fcj, 1S45. THE progress of tho Reformation in Ger- many, and more especially in tho Prussian provinces, has been strikingly rapid. Not only have the Apostolic Churches in Brcs law and Schncidemulil increased in num- bers, the former counting already GOD mem- bers, but they have been joined by ronny whose personal cha-acter and position in so- ciety Bccuro them against any suspicions nf other than conscientious motives. Czcrski, is at last, notwithstanding all possible chi- cano was pul in requisition to delay or pre- vent it, married. And although as a last re- source to intimidate his followers, if not himself, the ban of excommunication has been pronounced solemnly ftotn the pulpit of tho Posen cathedral, not only against Czurski, " but against all nnd every ono who shall adopt hi* sentiments ;" tho once so dreaded inttrumc...

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To the Editor of the Observer. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

To the Editor oj the Observer. Sin,-I have learnt with much satisfaction, from ! a statement in your pnper, since confirmed liv the government organ, thc (WomVi/ Timrs, that thc J fame Government intends thu formation of a new penal settlement, so that «ur hopes of relief ure now to he realized. Hut I write now, mote with thc view of calling nttcntion to tho circumstance thnt whenever any news nppears likely to «licet the probation system, there starts up a correspon- dent in thc Courier, under various nume*, who strives, pctli&tts ci ungnit.i'xt to neutralize i s cit", ct. lt is hut too evident that thc cf'iyit» that 50t up t.,t* double-defunct ll*>mUt, that il'.iistritms product nf probatioiiism nnd Jesuitism, i* still pursuing its darling occupation. Thc vile system is to bc ex lilted nuil defended nt nil linznrds, mid «Ith nil wj-npons. Hut every friend tu Tu.suinniu must re- gret to find the Cuuricr lending ita columns to these rcdonhtnhlc heroes, who " Though confut...

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. . NOTICi; TO CONTRACTONS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1815. Ncvnciî is hereby given, that tlie follow in tr, standing rules must he invariably observed by all parlies wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Every Tender to bc in duplicate, sealed, and endorsed on thc envelope, in nrrordnucc with thc description of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms of Turnier» cnn he obtained nt the several Commissariat (Wires: and in every case that will admit of it these must he med and signed by a responsible party engaging to become surety for thc due fulfilment of the Tender if ac- cepted. .'I. Sepárale Tenders must bc made to corres- pond with each advertisement respectively, even in mses where they may be culled for on the same üuy. GEO. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-General.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE DEBATE ON AUSTRALIAN CORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. TUB DKDATB ON AUSTRALIAN CORN. WncJuly ap precíalo the public spirit of Mr. Lowe, in having' twice aililrß<s>>tl himself, with hts accustomed ability and /.eal, to the question of our Corn-law grievance ; but we lament that his eloquence and Ins earnest- ness were not, on this second occasion, more effectually supported by his judgment. The great object which ho should have sought to accomplish in introducing1 tho subject into the Legislative Council was n perfect unani- mity of co-operation between all parties. The cardinal principle of bis proposition-that Australian corn is not less entitled than that of Canada to free admission into the motlier country-was one upon which it was scarcely possible there could bo «ny difference. Holli his speech and his petition, the Utter espe- cially, ought therefore to have studiously precluded every topic not immediately iden- tified with that principle. To Ins opening speech, indeed, this prudent forbearan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, October 2, 1845. WATER CONVEYANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

COMMISSARIAT OlTTCU. Ilolmrt 'Iown, October 2, 1815. I WATIttl CONVEYANCE. Persons desirous ol contraetino; lo furnish snell transport hy water as may ho rci|iiircd fur thin de- partment un'il thc 31st '.March next, from Hobart Town lo all or cither of thc Ftatinns in Tnstnnn's Peninsula and IVKnlroeasteaiix's channel, nn in- vited to transmit their Ti miers tn this olltcc, at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the Lilli instant. The Ti riders to specify thc rale required ppr ton w-iuht or me isoremeni, for thc Channel nod Pe- ninsula respectively-the latter including Port Arthur and Wedge Hay. Thc usual conditions to he observed, and all particulars can bc nscerlaincil Gi.oiiGE MACI.E\N. Deputy Commissury-Ticiicrnl.

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2nd October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

COMMISSAItlAT OITICK. " Hobart Town, 2nd October, 1845. 1 he scierai contractors having; given tin- stipu- lated iitnicc tn relinquish their following contracts on the ;.Oth November next : Notice is hereby piven, that tenders will bc re- ceived at this iiiliee until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 22nd instant, for furnishin<r tho undermentioned supplies in stub quantities and nt such times ns may be rctpiired fruin 1st December. IM J. to .Hst Mnri.li, I840, vi*. : Vegetables, per JOOlbs., (.Hobart Town) Rice, per lb. Tresb meat, per lb. Vegetable?, per lOOlbs. 12 and 20 per cent bread per lb. Military and Convict Hospitals. Commissariat Stores (includingconvict timi Government vessels, prisoners anti otlicrs out of barracks, and all other casualties) Prisoners' Barracks Gaol Female Houscof Cor N'ursery, Dynnvrnc House Hiring Depot, Brick- fields New Xorfdk Q's. Orphan School Rocky Hills Pontville Broad .Marsh Green Ponds. All tlic conditions of the annual contracts, ns pub...

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THE GAZETTE. PUBLIC WORKS' DEPARTMENT. September 20, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

. PUBLIC WORKS' DEPARTMENT. September 20, 1845. Tenders will be received at this Otlice until 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the "th proximo, for certain repairs required to thc Wharf, Launceston. Funiculars may he ascertained on npplirntion to Mr. Fowell, the Superintendent of Works nt Launceston. I. C. VICTOII, Director of Public Work.

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PROBATIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

P It O « A T I O N I S M. Wi' nrc linppy to find that thc inhabitants of Hobart Town and Launceston intend to memorialise ids Excellency on thc annoy- ance experienced by thc permission granted to prisoners to parade thc streets of tho towns on the Saturday. The following me- morial is in course of signature, but wc trust bis Excellency will of his own accord put down the evil complained of : Memorial to his Excellency Sir EARDLEY "WII/MOT, liaronet. Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land, and its Depen- dencies. AVH, thc undersigned inhabitants of Hobart Town mid its vicinity, beg respectfully to bring under the notice of his Excellency thc Lieutcnnnt-Govcrnor, that latterly it has become thc practice to libernte large bodies of convicts from thc Penitcntarics every Sn turdny afternoon, and to allow them to range, without nny supervision or control, over the town and its immediate neighbour- hood. Thnt these men, generally nmountíng ïu mimber to many hundreds, ns we conceive, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC WORKS' DEPARTMENT. Hobart Town, 26th, Sept., 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

PUBLIC WORKS' DEPARTMENT. Hobart Tomi, 2G7A Sr¡lt., 18-45. Tenders will lie received nt this office until 12 o'clook on Tuesday, th- 11th proximo, for the com- pletion of the new Watch-house at Launceston. Particulars may he ascertained on application to Mr. Powell, the Superintendant of Works at Laun I. C. VICTOR, Director nf Tiiblic Works.

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A REPLY TO CONTEMPORARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

A HEPLY TO CONTEMPORARIES. THE Advertiser and Courier Loth have mis- represented our opinions, but of this ive have no right to complain. The public they profess to servo is most deeply injured. They have enervated and disgraced an op- position to his Excellency's Government, which could only bc useful as long ns it was candid and just. The remonstrances of the people and the Press against wrong and and exaction must lose its efficacy when conduct thc most praiseworthy and lan- guage the most innocent are represented as a crime. The Advertiser DID insinuate that thc Governor betrayed thc cause he professed to espouse, a surmise which had not the apology of intellectual (1 illness; it was not the blunder of ignorance, but the fent of malicious stupidity. Wc pass over thc feeble violence of his reply to our ani- madversions. Pugilistic literature is not to thc tnstc of our readers. "Yet it may be ne- cessary to separate individual cavillers from thc body of the people. With what asto-...

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COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

CO MM ISS All I AT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28tli, 1815. TIIEAHUH Y 1UI.I.S. Notice is licrcliy trivcn, Hint tenders will conti- nue to bc received ns hitherto, ut thisoflirc, every Wednesday, until 112 o'clock, for Hills to be drawn nt .'U> days'sitrht on thc Right Honourable tho Lords Commissioners of lier Majesty's Treasury, in exchange for llritish silver or gold ; when those at the most favorable rate, will, if approved, he accepted. On such occasions, however, as thc sudden dc \ pnrtiirc of a vessel, hy which remittances have to i ho made, special temlers will bc received without I reference to thc particular duy thus appointed for ordinary cases. The tenders tn bc (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Hills," and to state thc nniount of each bill, together with thc natue of tho party in whose favour it should be drawn. if» KO- MA CM; A x, Dcputy Commissary-General.

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THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, OCT. 7. QUIT-RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845

! THE OBSERVER. I HOBART TOWN. TUESDAY, OCT. 7. QUIT- KENTS. WIIKN thc mensures of Lord Stanley with- draw nil beneficent indications of imperial notice, perhaps it was proper that hy n dif- ferent process, the presence of a Govern- ment should bc nt tes ted. Do we owe to this political necessity the revival of a claim which during thc years of comparative pros- perity was suffered to lie in nbeynnce. ? At a time -when all classes are struggling to maintain a position against thc adverse Hood with which a reckless and infatuated policy threatens to sweep them away, is it fair to disturb them by demands hitherto not so much considered ns thc conditions of occu- pation, but fees payable at the perfection of a title ? Never did the ownership of landed property imply more difficulty and actual distress than at the present period. No doubt the settlers can walk off their estates into thc Insolvent Court, and thence down a steep road to beggary and destitution, but little would their coun...

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