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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 10 October 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ROBBERIES' AGAIN.-In addition to what wo noticed in our last, we have further to rccotd thc following audacious robberies. On Saturday afternoon last, one of the Penitentiary sauntcrcrs, with the utmost impudence opened a window in Mr. Henry Wilkinson's cottage near the new Cathedral, and thereby gained access to thc par- lour, and was making off with a package of sugar, and another of ten, when Mi. Wilkinson entered thc room; the fellow jumped out of the window, but wns caught by Mr. Wilkinson, nnd was given into custody; he was tried nt the Police Outee on Monday, and dealt with summarily. On Sunday last, about 4 o'clock, three neatly dressed men, entered the house of Mr. Yardley, Grocer, &c, in Macquarie Street, during the absence of him and his wife, they cooly walked in at the front door, which they opened tvith a false key, and, after a long and diligent search, they carried off nearly a pound in money, four or five lbs. of tobacco, and two lbs. of ...
THE MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 10 October 1845
THE MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION THE Annual Show, held under the auspices of this association, took place ou Wednes- day, when there was a larger assemblage of visitors in Campbell Town than on any previous occasion of tlie same kind ; every inn and house was crowded. Some very fine stock was exhibited ; but on the whole the show did not, we have been informed, come up to what it had been on previous occasions, and it will be seen that for some descriptions of stock no prize was awarded. In our next we shall give a list of the stock which was offered for prizes, with awards. Shortly after thc announcement of the sward of the judges, the doors were opened for dinner at Mr. Englebert's, and the room was immediately filled. The dinner was a cold one ; hut it embraced in plentifulness every description of meat, and of thc very best, and it was laid out with grcnt taste. A large piece pf salted beef from thc prize ox nt the previous year's show, which had been presented by Mr. Stump,...
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 10 October 1845
LAUNCESTON. AIUIIVAI.S. October 3.-Schooner Mary», G2 tons, Griffiths, mnstcr, frotn Hobart Town; 1'. W. Townley, agent nF.rAKTun.its. September 27.-Brig Henry, 107 tons, Tre gtirtbn, master, for Adelaide ; E. I'. Tregurthn, agenL Passengers-Mr. "Wells, John Backhouse, John Maley and wife, William Sherline: and wife, Mrs. Mary Bloomfield, Mrs. Penfold, Peter Duff, wife, nnd six children, II. Cole, Eliznbcth Cole, Daniel Webb, Mr. Britton Jones, junior, Mrs. Hnnniball and three children, Willinm Haythorpe, Edwnrd Smith, Willinm Green nnd wife, John Adnms, John Dight, t'nptain Wilkinson. October 2.-Schooner Souvenir, Wm. Jennings, mnstcr, for Port Albert, in ballast; Wm. Jackson and Co., agents. October 2.-Brig Julia, 110 tons. Tullock, master, for Port Phillip; Henty and Co., agents. Passengers-Gavin Ralston, Esq., Wm. Lambeth, Mrs. Lninhcth and five children, D. Phillips, Ann Phillips and child, John Walker. October 2.-Brig Strati, 119 tons, Bell, mnstcr, for Port Phillip; Janies Ra...
LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
LITERATURE. -~.KQS- j The Diplomatic Correspordence of the Hight Honourable Richard Hill, Envoy at the Court of Savoy during the reign of Queen Anne. Edited bj' the Ucv. AV. Hinckley, U.A. Tart I. Murray. IN noticing' Marlborough's Dispntehcs, we lind to regret that their appearance was delayed to a period when the interest in the wnrs of the successions had become nearly as faint as that in the struggle be- tween Pompey and Crcsar ; but the volumes before us relate to an episode in the Suc- cession War which attracted very slight notice from contemporaries, and has a still slighter claim on the attention of the pre- sent generation. Victor Amadeus, Duke of Savoy, at whose Court Mr. Hill was mi- nister, is chiefly remarkable for thc impar- tiality with which he dealt out treachery, and the high price which he obtained for every act of treason. Ile was married to the eldest daughter of Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, the youngest daughter of Charles I., and through the influence of th...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1815. THKAHUIIY HILLS. Notice is hereby given, tbut tenders will conti- nue to be received us hitherto, nt thisoilice, every Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to be drawn ut 30 days' sight on thc Hight Honourable thu Lords Commissioners of lier Majesty's Treasury, in exchange for Uritish silver or gold ; «ben those at the most fuvorable rate, will, if approved, be accented. On such occasions, however, ns the sudden de- parture of n vessel, by which remittances have to ¡ii! minie, special tenders will bc received without reference to the particular day thus appointed for ordinary cases. Thc tenders to be (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Hills," and to state the amount of I each hill, together with the name of thc party in i whose favour it should be drawn. GEO. MACUCAS, Deputy Commissary-Gencru!.
THE MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. LIST OF PRIZES AWARDED. Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
THE MIDLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION LIST OF PHIZES AWARDED. Horses. Class 1.-Stallions.-No 1, Milton, four years old, by Lincoln, dam by Ajax, gran- dam by Duncan Grey-Mr. John Gatenby. No. 2, Sire Orwell, late thc property of Dr. Wilmore, dnm halt* Clydesdale, half Flemish-Mr. John Gntenby. Mares. Class 2.-No. 1, pure cart, dam pure Clydesdale, imported from Scotland, sire Tom Thumb, bred by Thomas Anstey, Esq. No. 2, pure cart, grandam by Dan, im- ported from Scotland, sire Ajax, imported from England. No. 3, pure cart, dnm from Clydesdale, imported from Scotland, sire Duncau Grey, bred by Thomas Anstey, Esq. No. 4, dam Blossom, sire Lincoln, im- ported. No 5, sire Mr. Hill's, Clydesdale horse, dam unknown. Prize awarded to No. 5-Mr. James Fcnrson. Entire Colts ander 3 years old. No. 1, pure cart, 'J months old, grandam by dam, imported from Scotland, sire Lincoln, imported by Dr. Wilmore. 2, rising three years old, dam Diamond, sire Chumpion, imported from Euglund. No. 3, rising...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NÛTICK TO CONTRACTOIÎ.S. Hobart Town, IS th July, 1815. Nor ICK is hereby given, tbut the following standing rules must be invnriubly observed hy nil purtles wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. livery Tender to bc in duplicate, scated, and endorsed un thc envelope, in accordance with thc description of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms offenders eun bc obtnined nt the several Commissariat ()dices : and in every case that will ndmit of it these must bc used and signed by a responsible puny engaging to become surety for thc due fullihuent of the Tender if ac- cepted. ii. Separate Tenders must bc made to corres- pond with euch advertisement respectively, even in cuses where they may be culled fur on the same day. fi KO. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-General.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, October 2, 1845. WATER CONVEYANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT Ol'l'ICi:. Hobart Town, October 2, 1815. WATIill CONVEYANCE. Pcrsrns desirous of contracting to furnish euch transport by water as may ht; required lor this de- partment until the «"list March next, from Hobart Town to all or cither of the stations in Tnsnian's Peninsula and D'Kutreensteanx's Channel, aru in- vited to transmit their Tenders to this ullicc, at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the löih instant. The Tenders to specify the rate required per ton w-igbt or mc'isurement, for the Channel and Pe- ninsula respectively-thc la Uer incl niling Port Arthur and Wedge Hay. The usual conditions io Ire observed, and nil particulars can he ascertained at this olHcc. UKOllfiE ¡WACI.KAN. Deputy Commissary-General.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
INDIA. Wc received yesterday Singapore papers to thc end of July, which contain Calcutta news to the beginning of that month. Everything remained quiet ott thc conti- nent of India, although there nre still ru- mours of an intended descent on the Pun- jaub, which will end in adding that country to the British dominions. Thc Dutch set- tlement nt Java was in a bankrupt state, nnd thc gnvernor had issued n proclamation for UKKimg the bank to redeem its notes in specie. It was supposed that a treaty was about to bc entered into with the chiefs of Horneo, for n cession of a point of land on which there was abundance of conl ; the Admiral with rather a strong fleet, had pro- ceeded there for the purpose of enforcing thc arguments of our Plenipotentiary. Trade in all the British settlements appears to be in n flourishing state.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2nd October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Ilolinrt Town, 2nd October, 18-15. The several contractors having given the stipu- la teil notice to relhupibh their following coiiu-acis on the ;tOth November next: Notice is hereby given, that tender? will he re- ceived at this oflice until 12 o'clock on Wednesday* thc 22nd instant, for furnishing the undermentioned sunplie» in such quantities and nt such tittles tis may bc required from 1st December, 1815, to 31st March, 18-10, vi/~ : Military h nd Convict IIoHpituls Commissariat Stores (inc hiding con viet prisoners and ochers ont of barracks, and all other etalilcs, P-r 1001bS., j Ci,Äl. Barracks (Hobart lown) j (.,n&lt;¡ l'cmalü lluuscofCoi rection .Nursery, Dynnyrne House Hiring Depot, llrick liehls New Norfolk (i's. Orpliati School Rocky Hills Pontville llenad Marsh Rice, per lb. Green Ponds. Kr^sli meat, per lb. Vegetable?, per lOOIbs. 1 2 and 20 per cent limul per lb. All the conditions nf the umina! contracts, ns published in the Courier newsp...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. WE hnve received papers to thc 27th Sep- tember. In consequence of n decline in thc price of wheat holders refuse to sell. There is no news of any importance ; however, thc following extracts from China and India papers will he found interesting : CHINA NEWS. The Singapore papers which came to hand by thc Fly contain extracts from Hong- kong papers to thc end of J une. We re- gret to find thnt the trnde of Hongkong is decreasing, it being positively asserted that there is less trade now thnn there was in 1813. The reason is stated to he thc arbi- trary conduct of the government, or rather the governor, and thc vexatious regulations respecting thc native traders, who now shun the port. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company had estab- lished an agent at Hongkong, who lind given notice that from the 1st September, a steamer would bc despatched every month to meet thc overland mail. One of thc most dreadful accidents that ever occurred took place in C...
ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
HOADS' OFFICE. OM October, 1815. IlKPAIR ANO MAl.NTr.NANCE OF MAIN LINK OP HOAD. Notice is hereby given, that Tenners will he rcccivrd nt this Office, until thc "th November, nt 12 o'clock, for thc repair nml inainteuuuee of the following portions of the Main Linc of Hoad between Uobnrt Town nml Launceston, for n perid of One Year from thc nrceptanec of thc Tenders. A separate Tender will he required for v... .., i.u.nmi. 1. Vrmn thc first mile-stone on tho New Town Hood. Hobart Town, to the Bridge nt Kensington. Distance about -1 miles. 2. l'rimi thc llridge at Kensington to thc Bridge« watcr Terry. Distance about six nml a half miles. .'I. From the Bridgewater Ferry to thc 15th milestone. Distance about four miles. ?1. From thc 15th mile-stone to the 20th mile- stone. Distance (ive miles. 5. From thc 20th mile-stone to thc summit of Constitution Hill. Distance about five and a half miles. C. From thc summit of Constitution Hill to thc Station nt the Lovely Banks. Distance about ni...
PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
PETITION. TIIK memorial ngninst allowing numbers of prisoners from the Penitentiary to parade the streets on Saturday, which we published last week, is that which is now in course of signature at Launceston. The following pe- tition against the practice here has been placed in all thc banks, and we trust will bc numerously signed. A grosser outrage ngninst all propriety than thc ono to which the petition refers has perhaps never been perpetrated, and wc doubt whether thc ex- istence of such an evil would would even be credited in any part of the civlised world. We may imagine with what amazement the citizens of London would read on order of Council in thc Gazette, permitting the inmates of Newgate to stroll, free from all control, through thc streets ; yet to such an insult arc the people of Van Diemen's Land subjected ! 1'etititm tn his Excellency Sir K.wtni.EY WILMOT, Lieutenant-dorernnr of thc Island nf l'a» Diemen s Land and its Jirprnilencies. Sm,-We, the undersigned inhabitant...
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. The OBSERVER will be delivered in Town every Tuesilny and Friday morning*. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli ycnce received from Launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, will be posted in the eveniny. SUBSCRIPTION.-IQs. per quarter in ad- vance ; 13«. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve linea anti un- der, 2s. Gd., and Hil. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any length of lime. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clod; 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. A'o verbal communications attended to. * COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the PajKr and Advertisements, to be addressed, or left ut "THE OB- SERVER" Oßr.e, (MR. GEORGE ROL WEGAN'S)....
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. October 7.-Cutter Alpha, 37 tons, Mnrlin, muster, from I'ort Albert; James Haven, agent DEFAnTUttES. October 7.-Brig Gazelle, 242 tons, Jnmcs Hamsay, master, for Sydney; Kerr, liogle, and Co., agents. Passengers-John Miller, Janies Haines. October ".-Cutter Alpha, 37 tons. Martin, matter, for Tort Albert; James Raven, agent Ia ballast IMPORTS. Pesseli reported inwards during the neck. October 7.-Per cutler Alpha, from Port Albert -18 head cattle, James Haven. EXPOHTS. VeíKcls reported outwards during^he week. October 7.-I'er brig Gazelle, for Sydney-1 msc tin ware, 2 cases scythes, 1 ease saws, 1 cask hinges, 1 cask solder, I ship's bell, 22 bales mats, 37 bundles steel, "1 bushels oats, 3,(lfi3 ditto wheat, Williams, Campbell, and Co. ; 817 bushels wheat. Henty and Co. ; 3,030 ditto, J. Alison. Original cargo-10 casks beer, 2 casks wine. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Barque FAizaleth and Jane, laid up . Jîenotrn, loading for London .Forteicue, loading fur Sydney Brig.. ...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
ê>ôipjpiti3 intelligence. HOBART TOWN, ARRIVA LS. October 12-Barque Laity Franklin, 290 tons. Willett, master, from Norfolk Island, and Sydney on 3rd October, with fio prisoners. Passengers Lieut liny and family, D.A.C.G. Tomes. October IO-Schooner Agenoria, 100 tons, Bentley, master, from Port Albert 3rd October, with cuttle and sheep. Passenger-Mr. Lough tnnn. October 10-Schooner Clarence, 51 tons, Archer, master, from Port Albert 3rd October, with cattle ?and sheep. October 12.-Schooner Isabella, 76 tons, WU. linms, master, from Port Albert with cattle and sheep. October 12-Barque Síoraysliirc, 31C tons, Smith, master, from Sydney, nml Twofold Boy ord October, with cattle and sheep. October 12-Schooner Flying Squirrel, 87 tons, Thoms, ninster, from Port Phillip 8tli October, with 3« head ofcatde and 13G sheep. October 13-Schooner /Irene, 28 tons, Mudie, master, from Port Phillip with sheep. October 1.1-Schooner Bandicoot, 56 tons, Bow- den, ninster, from Nelson, New Zealand, 2...
Miscellaneous Shipping. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845
ífítaccllancousl Shipping;. Afrivals.-September 25-II.M.S. Fly, lapins, from Singapore the 3rd, and Anjcr thc l'Jtli August September 2G -Barque 2lfary and vbin, 212 tons, Whitcway, tnnstcr, from Liverpool 21st May. September 26-Barque Hindun, 310 tons, Board, master, from Liverpool Tth May. Departures.-Barque Cons/ant, lleinery, master, for Manilla. Vessel» ¡aid on for England. Ship Vrgenl, 408 tons, Tucker, master, taking oil and bone. Barque Graham, 402 tons, Monro, master, taking oil and bone. Barque Cashmere, 374 tons, Mackie, master, taking oil and bone. Brig Corsair, 250 tons, Sproul, master, taking oil. hides, and bone. Barque George, 414 tons, Gordon, muster. Ship Hooghly, 470 tons, Williams, master, CO tons copper ore on boord.