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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. The OUSERVEK will be delivered in Town every Tuesday find Friday mornini/s. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from Launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, will lie posted in the evening. SUBSCRIPTION.-10?. per quarter in ad- vance ; \3s. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve lines ami un- der, 2s. ltd., and 2d. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any length of time. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on ]\londay, till 12 o' cinch, anil on Thursday till the same hour. Adver- tisers must state the manlier of insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other loise they will be continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. Ko verbal communications attended to. CoMMUNiCATioNsybi* the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to he addressed, or left at "Tin-: Ou SEiivEii" Office, (MK. GKOUCE KOL ...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 6th OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
áílnrttrts». Hoiurrr TOWN, ßth OcTonr.n, 1815. By a mistake of the printer harley lins been quoted in some of our late numbers at 3s. to 3.3d. instead of os. to Ss. 3d., which hus been the price for some time. Some purchasers have appeared in thc wheat murkct, though wc have not heard of more having been given thuu 5s. If thc report of a scarcity of this grain in South America should prove correct, considerable export and a risc in our market must bc looked for. AVlient. Ss. per bushel. Barley. Äs. to 5s. 3d. dilto. Oats. 3s. to 3s. ld. ditto. .Maize. 3s. fid. ditto. liny, pressed .. £3 10s. per ton. Ditto, loose_ ¿3 dilto Straw . £2 ditto. ' Potatoes. £'3 to itt 5s. Mew Potatoes .. 4d. per lb. Green Peas.... 2s. 3d. per peck. Carrots. 3s. per do?.. Kggs. Dd. ditto. Cabbage. ls. (id. ditto. Cauliflowers .. ls. Od ditto. Onions.2l)s. cwt. V'owls. '2s. Od. to 3s. per pair. Ducks. 4 s. lid. to 5s. ditto. Geese . ls. each. Turkeys . 4s. fid. ditto. Butter. ls. fid. lb. Apples. Hs. per b...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
SHIP MAILS. For lïourbon. per Amaury, this tiny, nt noon | precisely. ¡ For M nur tti us nnd Cnpc of Good Hope viâ Itourbon, per st maury, this day, nt noon ¡ precisely. For Flmder's Island, per Su*ant this day, nt , 4 r.M. precisely. For Adelaide, per Jane Geary, on Thursday next, at 4 P.M. For Swan River via Adelaide, per Jane Geary, on Thursday next, at 4 P.M. For New Zealand, per Osprey, on Friday next, at 4 P.M.
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Ship.. Marion, from London Barque Jo/in, from Kio dc Janeiro Marque sfugustits, from Port Phillip lirig.. slniaury, from Bourbon . Jane Cvavy, from Port Adelaide Schooner Osprey, from China . Sisters, from Port Phillip. . Agnes «V Elizabeth, from South Seas . Sis/er, from Research Bny . Marys, from Adelaide . Timbo, from Adelaide . Letitia, from Port Albert
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
Snipping; Entrllúrcnctv HOBART TOWN. AnmvAi.s. October G.-Ranpic Augustus. 139 ton«, Rolls, minter, from Port I'hllllp 'J9lh September, with cuttle nod sheep, Passengers-Mr. Jnmes Has- sell, lohn Thompson, lohn Barnsley. nElMRTUUKS. October I.-Schooner Darill, 07 tons, for Port Phillip with sundries. October li. -Ilrig George Ollis, 173 tons, Mnn sen, master, for Launceston in ballast October 4.-Schooner Aerie!, for l'ort Albert tn ballast. IMl'OnTS. / 'essels rejiorted inward* during the week. Kit. KXI'OIITS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. KU.
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
LAUNCESTON". AllltlVALS. September 29.-Brig Julia, 112 tons Tullork, master, from Portland Hay; Henty ami Co., agents. Passengers-Mr. J. II. Jackson. DKI'AIITUUKS. Xii. IM FORTS. . t "estela reported inwards during the week. September 29.-Per brig Juliat from Portland Buy-280 sheep, Henty and Co. KX FORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. Xii. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Barque Elizabeth and Jane, laid up . Renown, loading for London . Fortescue, discharging Brig., Gazelle, loading fur Sydney . Swan, loading for Port Phillip . Julia, ditto Schooner Mary's, just arrived from Hobart Town
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
TIIE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES. TART II. AnOUT BAPTISM At REGENERATION; CONFIRMA- j TlOV ; THE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH, AND OTHER INTER ESTIN O SUBJECTS OP COSTRO- [ VU HST IN THE CHURCH «IF ENGLAND, AT THE TRESCNT TIME. RETWEKN TH i HON. ASD REV. AT. LC RAFT INCÜBC*, AND FAMILY ; THE REV. DR. HOOKES! } THE VERY REVEREND ARCHDEACON DTJA1*^ THE RIGHT
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
FOR MELllOUUNE, AND GEELONG. (To sail un the 1Ü7A Instant.J "Ï^J T ll K regular trailer á-lrtu stationer)) (Êôtnulisiômcnt. U. 15. J1ARF00T RESPECTFULLY iuUmate.H to Iiis friends and the iiulilic generally, that lie lias taken tliose eligible |ireinises situate in Murrny-street, adjoin- ing Mr. Holmes', the Pastrycook, which he intends opening in the Stationery Line in the course of two or three weeks, when he trusts hy au assiduous attention to any orders he may bc favoured with to merit their kind support. N.H.-Further particulars in a future advertise- ment. Motice of Removal. MRS. DA II FOOT begs to inform her numerous friends and patients, that she will llemove in the course of next week to those premises sitimtc in .Murray-street, opposite Mr. Carter's, the " Mariner's Compass," where she will continue her profession; nt thc snme time takes tlys favourable opportunity of returning her grntelul thanks for the very liberal support she has been favoured with for the lust niue yea...
AMERICAN DESIGNS REGARDING OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
AMERICAN DESIGNS REGARDING OREGON. Mn. CALHOUN (in thc U. S. Legislature,) after having recapitulated the history of tho Oregon negotiations, asks .' Has the time arrived when it would he wise and prudent for us to attempt to assert and maintain our exclusive right to the ter titory against th« adverse and conflicting claim nf Great Britain ? I answer-No, it has not; and that for the decisive reason, because the attempt, if made, must prove unsuccessful against the resistance of Great Britain. We could neither take nor hold it against her ; and that for a teason less de- cisive-that she could in a much shorter time, and at far less expense, concentrate a far greater force than we could in the ter- ritory. We seem to forget, in the discus sion of lids subject, the great events «»Inch have occurred in the eastern portion of Asia during the last year, and which have so greatly extended the power of Great Britain in thai quarter of the globe. She has there, in that period, terminated su...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TUE MAIN ROAD.-Wc learn thnt the Gazelle nf next week will call for tenders for keeping the main linc of rond in repair. Of course the tender of thc Convict Department will he the lowest EXAMINATION or THOMAS MIDD, ASD MOSES KINO.-On Friday afternoon the prisoners above nnmcil were brought up for examination, the for- mer for stealing, and thc latter for feloniously receiving some property, belonging to Messrs. ll. Lewis, and Sons, the well-known Mercers nnd Drapers, of Macquarie Street Medd appeared greatly dejected, but King seemed to " assume a virtue, if he had it not," and maintained an ap- pearance of great innocence. Mr. Neil Lewis, who is in partnership with his father and his bro- ther David, was the first witness examined : he stated to the effect, that on the 2fith September last-Friday week, the two pieces of figured satin, then produced, being the property of the firm, were taken from the ahop ; thc one piece con- sisted of two, the other of three ya...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 23rd Septemer, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
TUE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONKltS' OFFICE. 2.W September, 1843. NOTICE is hereby Riven, that the follow-in" Claim» for Grants nil! be ready for Examination" liv the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 23rd day nf November next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Job,, Jackson, Sorell, 3a., lr., 10p. (Originally Lang, and purchased by applicant at public miction.) Bounded on thc west hy S chains 90 links northerly along Gordon-street from its angle with Forcett-strcet, on thc north hy -t chains 13 links easterly along the gaol allotment, on the east hy 7 chains 35 link« southerly along an allotment churned by Martha Charlotte Garrett and along an allotment occupied by or belonging to the repre- sentatives ol* the late James Gonion to Forcett street aforesaid, and thence on the south-east by -1 chains 30 links south-westerly along that street to the point of commencement. James Walbournc, Selby, Dorset, 3-1 fla., 2., Op. (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
TOR MELBOURNE. THE line fast.sailing bork --/wym/iM, Holls, Commander, daily expected, will return to the above port This vessel lias excellent steerage and cabin accommodation, and will meet with imme- diate dispatclu Tor freight or passage, apply to rilEUKUICK A. DOWNING. New Wharf, 1 September 22,1815./ FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fiiio fast-sailing A 1 «rig, Jane Geary, 204 tons, lt. Hirnie, Contnmmler, will sail on "Wednesday next, BLil October. Hus roomy nc for Steerage Passengers and Horses. ir passage apply to the Captain on New Wharf, 1 Sept. 2G, 1815. J GEORGE KEES. FOR "WELLINGTON AN I) NELSON, NEW ZEALAND. TO SAH, IN TEN DAYS. THIS fast-sniling schooner Osprey, 150 tons. II. Hunt, Comm tinder, l-'or 'freight or passage, having superio '.'iccuinaiodation, apply tn BUHNS ft WHITE. September 20, 1815. FOR SYDNEY. Jt'«Ç3î~ THU fine first-class Ship Marion, CS4 Tons, George Kcttlewcll, Cotn &S!efr^ev l'or l'reight or Passage, having splendid accomodation, apply to thc Co...
[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
iHiörcIIanrouö. EDUCATION IN RUSSIA.-A lotter from St. Petersburg, of tho 11th instant, states that an onler has just been issued, regulating the education of women in Russia. The Emperor, in accord with tho Empress, has determined to submit their mental culture to tho jurisdiction of a central board of di- rectors, divided into three sections-for St. Petersburg', for Moscow, and for the pro- vinces respectively. Prince Peter, of Olden- burg-, is appointed President of the Board. Allieiioiim. COMETS-ate losing their portentous cha- racter, in their frequency . and familiarity. Two more of these fiery messengers have been observed on their travels-Prof. Coila, of Parma, announces that, on the 5th Feb- ruary, he discovered, at a little distance from thc comet of M. Mauvais, a new telescopic comet. Ile could nut discover its direct as- cension or its declination, for want of In- struments.-Captain Gautier of tho French ship Finetlc, on his passago from Buenos Ayres tu Marseilles, obser...
[?] Shipping. FRENCH ESTABLISHMENT IN OCEANIE. PORT REGULATIONS.—TAHITI. VESSELS FROM LONG VOYAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
íHiáfclínncousí ^Lipping. FRENCH ESTABLISHMENT IN OCEAN I E. rOHT KHiiUI.ATÏONS.-TAHITI. AKTICLE 1.-No vessel coining from alongvoynge cnn, without n special permission or for some weightier reason, come to anchor in any of the harbours in thc French possessions except those named. These harbours nre, in thc Society Islands -I'npiete, Timon, «nil Tntohni. Article 2.-No vessel cnn communicate with thc Innd previous tn having received i\ boat from thc Stationary. Thc pilot only can he admitted on board previously, and he will inform thc vessel (Captain) that he must not communicate with any one before thc arrivnl of the boat of thc Station- ary, and that this boat only luis the right to put questions to him. At Tonoa the pilot will be commissioned to communicate the Harbour Regu- lations ; his boat will carry the Kreuch Hap;. At Papictc thc Regulations will bc communicated by thc Stationary. Article 3.-Every boat of a vessel which docs not come in, must, before communicating with thc ...
LIVES OF SOME EMINENT PHYSICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
LIVES Ol' SOME EMINENT PHYSI- CIANS. THE subjects of the subjoined sketches have all occupied, or occupy, tho situation of Physician-Extraordinary-and a very extra- ordinary sort of physicians they aro-to tho million. Their high scientific rank as ex- perimentalists upon popular credulity will bi! a suflicient apology for laying their bi- ographies before our readers, NYe shall begin with DAFFY.-This eminent practitioner was the discoverer of the Elixir which hears his name; and to which nothing in the Phnrma coptcia corresponds ; though Tinct: Gam- mon : Comp : if there were such n tincture, would come very near it. DAFFY, or TAFFY, was a Welchman, and we have no doubt that the nursery rhyme, which represents a person of that name and nation as being j also a thief, relates to the subject of our I memoir. For DAFFY it is »aid flourished in ! the time of MERLIN, the Magician, and stolo ¡ or cribbed, from that wizard the recipe fori his specific; so that the " piece of beef," j menti...
[?]. [?].—OF THE RELATIVE FEEDING PROPERTIES OF THE ABOVE SWEDISH TURNI[?]S, GROWN BY MEANS OF FARMYARD DUNG AND OF GUANO. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
Gçrn'rultuiT. II.-Ol' TUR RELATIVE IKi:niNG imo. I'KKTIKS Ol'- THU A. Ill) VE SWKDISII TUIt XI I'S, Ci MOWN 11V M KANS OP 1'AIIM YA lt l-l DU.NC ANO Ol' til; ANO. I "Tin: following experiment was iindcrlnkeu nt Lennox-lore, by Mr. Willimn Goodlet, under the directions of Lor&lt;l Blantyre, with ll view to test' thc feeding qualities of Swedish turnips grown xvitli farm-yard manure ns coinjinred with those grown with guano. From the turnips being long stored, mid other substances used in thc feeding of the cuttle, the experiment may not of itself he held siiilicient to establish thc fact to which its results would seem to point ; but these arc, nevertheless, very interesting, mid such as to render n farther investigation ol'thc subject desirable. " Thc cattle were of thc Angus breed, three-year-olds, pnrt ol' n Int bought in nt the September Falkirk Tryst Inst year (Iii Kl.) Aftern month's grass, they were put into n I'ceiling-court on full turnips, besides nn allowance of .'...
HON. SIR JAMES GAMMON; THE MILDMAY FAMILY, AND OTHERS. [Continued from our last.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
HON. SID JAJinS GAMMON; THE Ml LOMAT pA »HLY, ANO OTHERS. BY HOWLAND 1111,1., Till-. YOUNGEIl. ' [Continued from our Inst.] SCF.XK-The company arriring at Keepetnthten Jlectary. The Miss Mildtnat/s come an hour ie fore dinner, ami all the young tadiett trait on the laten. Mr. Commissioner Sauntiers bring forced lu go and try to settle a quarrel belteeen a tnillo crnt and his workmen, send» a reluctant apology. The company are introduced to each other itt the library, liming introduced his elder daughter* and Mr. Frederick, Mr. incubus takes Emily hy her left hand, and says, " Mr. Archdeacon Jhtal, allott' nie to introtluce my yottngeit daughter. Miss 'Entity, a young heretic." Emily appears disconcerted, lite Miss Mildmays look serious, Mr. Mildmay seems hurt, the reit stare, the young In. cubtisttes tilter. Slr. Mitdmat/. No doubt i hut is all this done by bnptism / What then becomes of those who arc not thus horn agnin, and secured for heaven Í Doctor Sachrvercl. Them we leave to ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
DIED-On Saturday, the 27th September last, after a short sojourn in this colony of eleven months, at the residence of his brother-in-law, Louis Nathan, Esq., Murray-street, Hobart &nbsp; Town, deeply lamented, DAVID LIONEL, &nbsp; fourth son of Henry Moses, Esq., Merchant, &nbsp; London, aged 18 years.
OATLANDS CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 October 1845
OATLANDS CRIMINAL SESSIONS. On Wednesday last, tho Criminal Court sal at Oatlands, before Sir John Lewis Pedder and a jury of twelve. The calendar was very heavy, and detained tho Court until Satur- day night. Tho following U a summary of the Court's proceedings: Peter M'Uonalu, guilty of burglary in the dwelling of C. Cleave, to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for two years. Richard Innis, P. Lyons, F. Rrigan, and Charles Evans, charged with a burglary in tho dwelling of J. Pearson, and stealing seve- ral urticles. Innis, gullly; lo ho trans- ported for life. Lyons, Brigán, and Evans, not guilty. Edward Kinglet, guilty of stealing a spade. To be imprisoned twelve mouths. Samuel Walters, guilty nf receiving sheep, the property of Messrs Smith, of Ross. To bo transported for seven years. John Hailey and Thomas Dennard, not guilty of receiving- a set of cart harness. Re- manded. Michael Daley, not guilty nf receiving a hat and other articles, knowing, &c. Re- manded. Mic...