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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [From the Allas, May 10.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

THE KOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [From the Allan, M ny IO.] T.II- d¡«pn««¡n.l il. tho Fro.^l, Cli«t..l>.r. "" the Jesuits in France has so generally di- rected public attention to the present state of the Roman Catholic Church, that we feel called upon, though somewhat unwillingly, at the present moment, to discuss the subject. Tho Romish priesthood throughout the j world have, during tho last twenty years, been gradually growing more and more ultra-Montane-that is, more and more de- voted to tho Pope, and less national-in their pretensions and practices. Of this fact, tho mixed marriage question in the Rhenish provinces of Prussia, the university question in France, the education question in Switzerland, the exclusive school question in the State of New York, the repeal ques- tion in Ireland-in all of which the priest- hood were found, on grounds exclusively papal, arrayed against tho state-are irresist- ible evidence. Now that the prevalence of ultra-Montanism adds greatly to the pol...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE HISTORY OE BRITISH INDIA[?] From 1805 to 1835, by Professor H. H. WILSON, M. A., Vol. 1.—MADDEN & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

THE HISTORY OE BRITISH INDIA, From 1805 to 18;!.R>, by Professor II. II. WILSON, M. A., Vol. I.-MADDEN it Co. PROFESSOR WILSON'S annotai ions to Mr. Mill's " India" led us tn augur favourably of his continuation of tho work : and the first vo- lume now before us, has realized our expec- tations. Lucid in arrangement, clear in style, and independent in sentiment, the his- tory of the interval between the conclusion of the peuce with the Mahrattas and the re- newal of thu Company's charter in 1813, must ever bold a conspicuous place .unonu the stnndard works of English libraries. In consequence nf the great variety- of topics it embraces, and the complicated relations of thc llindhu and Mohammedan princes tn tho British Government and each other, the work is not easily susceptible oftauulysis : we shall therefore confine our attention to some of the moro striking incidents, and shall commence with the mutiny of Vellore, one of the most startling events in the Anglo-Indian minni*. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

Total Abstinence Society. nilIK usual Weekly Meeting will he held in the X Temperance Hall, liuthurst-strect THIS KVKNING, when several Ministers null others ure cs-jicetcit to address thc assembly. The ultcn ilam-e nf thc l'uhlie is respectfully iiíviteil. The Chair will bc tulum nt 7 o'clock precisely. T. .1. C'linucii, Secretary. Oi-tulicr M. "Eligible "Residence. mo Iii: LET. those Kibble Premises, in n most J. cnniiiiiinilintr situation, nt the extremity ol' Davey nm! Mai-ipiai ie-streets, lately oct-npictl hy Miss Wulkins. I-'nr pnrtii-itlnrs, upply tu Mr. HniHisos, near the premises, or to MR. WOOI.I.KY, Livi-rpool-slri-ct. Abstract of Sales by Tfir. J. C Stracey. OCTOIlKIl Wi.--Superior nud Fashionable Clo» thimr.ut lus Mar'. October Ki.-Valuable Hooks, nt bis Mnrt. October Ki.- Land in Campbell-street, ut his Mart. October 17.-Sheep and Cattle, nt Englebert's VnriW, Campbell Town. November ti. - I.anti in thc parish of Cambridge mid enmity of Moniiioulh, nt his Mnrt. 2r-pou...

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THE COMING CRISIS IN THE PUNJAUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

THE COMING CIUSIS IN THE PUNJAUB. A CRISIS itt thc affairs of thc Punjaub ap- proaches slowly, but, to all appearance, surely. A few more mouths, and, in all i probability the youthful "lajah anil his party will be compelled to seek thc protec- tion of the British Government, and the army oruusuxtuiluu air ll. Hardinge lias so i unobtrusively and silently assembled on thu ¡ Sutlej, against thc rebellious Goolab bing : and his new allies, the All'ghau chiefs. : That protection und assistance will not of course be refused; they will bc given upon I terms of future dependent alliance ; and such relations always prove in India the , " beginning ol' the cud" to native states;! not so much, it may be, from our ambition as from the utter childishness of ordinary ; Indian princes. Protected by the British j Government against their own subjects, their nridu blinds them Io thc cause of their reposé, anil they laney themselves again to stund alone, l'once nnd tranquillity give them riches; nn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

I WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY'. TUE Annual Public Meeting of this excel- lent Society was held Inst evening, in the Centenary Chapel, Melville-street. Wc I cannot to-day furnish an account of thc proceedings, but are happy to give a report of the Society's labours in another part of the globe. Considering the zealous and persevering efforts which the Wesleyan Churches arc using for tho religious educa- tion of thc children in this colony, and for the general dissemination of Christianity : wc have no doubt that thc report will bc read I with much interest : For several years, tho ordinary incomo I had been insufficient to meet thc annual ex I penditure ;-early last year, it was deter- mined to equalize them;-at thc Committee of Review, during- the Birmingham Confe- rence, pledges were given by tho Ministers and gentlemen present, to obtain additional contributions i-^and I to tho practical fulfil- ment of tho pledges, the Committee ascribed the grateful fact, that the Incomo of the ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STOCK.-Two bullocks nnd a steer, Hereford breed-one of thc former of which gained the prize nt Campbell Town on Wednesday-sold for .t85 to Mr. Stump. They were thc property of Mr. Gibson. Two bullocks of Mr. Harrison's, exhibited nt the show, were sold for £ 10 to Mr. Lyall thc butcher of Launceston. Two fat beasts from Mr. Mitchell were bought by Mr. Propsting for X22. These prices were thought very good. SAM: OI» IIonsEs.-Messrs. Underwood nnd Eddie, of Launceston, had one of thc largest snlcs of horses on Wednesday Inst that has taken place for a long time. They were tho property of Richard Dry, Esq. About fifty bush horses, mares, colts, fillies, &c sold at prices which ave- raged at £7 7s. Thc following well-known horses realised thc prices stated :-Coronet, £200 j Colo- nel, .£90 i Lauberßate, £55 j Vanith, £60 ; Sober Hobin, .£51 ; Charlie, £11 ; Doubtful, JC3G. THE " FRANKLIN" arrived on Sundny last-, she left Norfolk Island on the 11th September,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

Wanted, "¿¿"jak-j A VESSEL, to bring about 50 tons ^jmgÇg^BARILLA, from Chnpel Island, -tSSjffifcffljä U"ss' Straits. Fur particulars apply ltlciiAUD KIRK. Old Wharf, \ October 2, 1815. j" To Whalers. Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, New South Wales. TÏUJ SHIPS cnn refresh or refit nt this *¿f&fcghgt* Ilnrliour, free of nil Port Charges, V~3^ÄME2 Pilotage, &c, and cnn obtain wood, «eäSSsSjetö wuter, fresh and salt provisions, vc. gctobles, ship chandlery, stores and slops of every kind and description : and, if required, thc service of experienced shipwrights and boat builders up. on the most reasonable terms. N.B.-Oil or Bone taken in Exchange. Cbc »Sencrnl iUrjiötii> tfMrc For Governesses, Tutors, und Servants of all ' classes, 45, LIVERPOOL-STREET. {All letters to bc post paul.) MUS. REX bas several good SISKVANTS on her list. Orders for II. M. S. » Anson" punctually attended io, Mrs. Hex selecting them herself. MRS. HEX has several HOUSES anil com lortahle LODGINGS to ...

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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 7th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 7 M Oetolipr, ISM. j NOTICE is hereby pivrn, that th« following Claims fur Grants will bp ready fur Kxaminntinn, liv tile Commissioners appointed for thur purpose, ! mum or immediately after thu "th tiny of December tii'Mt'Hi or before which day any caveat or counter claim must ho entered. .lame* Cubitt, Wnndhrid^, Westmorland, -100a.( (originally Anna V.aria Wood, nml conveyed hy her and W. Moriarty co npplicant.) Bounded on tV south cast by 32 chains south iveskriv ¡¡.ung cr"wn I,ind commencing at a creek opposite lot .VuS purchased from »lie crown hy William Henry liroLviic, nn the south west hy 72 chains north- westerly «Iso along crown land to thc Lobster Ki vuh-t, tlu-iice on the north-western side hy that rivulet to tin* junction of the aforesaid creek, thence on the eastern side by (hat crrek southerly tn the south boundary of Int aforesaid, thenct* nn the north hy that boundary extending easterly, thenct-on the north o¡ist by a south-easterly Hoe ii I...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

I NEW ZEALAND. THERE wns a report in town yesterday tliat another battle had been fought in New Zealand, hut we cannot trace it to any authentic source, and doubt its truth. We have private letters from Auckland to the 13ili September, from which wc arc happy to furnish thc following intelligence : "Auckland, September 13, 1815. " At present there is very little of interest to communicate ; hostilities have ceased for the time being nt thc liny of Islands. The troops have been wintering at Weimatc, waiting a reinforce mont from Sydney, upon thc arrival of which, it is probable, the whole body will march to the stronghold of Ileki. This chief bas built a very strong pah on thc summit of a high hill, very difficult of access, and in the immediate vicinity of two or three powerful chiefs, who are at present neutral. It is said that thc leaders of several tribes have proffered their assistance to the bclli garcnts in case of a repulse. There is a strict blockndc kept up nt thc Bay by th...

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Markets. HOBART TOWN, 13th OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

HoDAiiT TOWN, 13th OCTOBEB, 1815. ?Wheat. Barley. Oat». Maize. Hay, pressed .. Ditto, loose.... Straw. 5s. per bushel. 5s. ditto. 3s. to 3s. 4d. ditto. 3s. Gd. ditto. £3 10s. per too. £3 ditto £2 ditto. £olnt,ü«. JC3to£3 5j. Nov Potatoes ., -fit. per lb. Green Pens .... a,, ¡¡j. per nccki J-."rr0". 3s. per do2. h*ff. Sd. dido. Lnbhnge. 1,. Cd. ditto. Cmilitlotvers .. Ii. fid ditto. Onions. 20s. cwt. £T£. 25. Sd. to 3s. per pair. 4s. (id. to Ss. ditto. ^et'sc .ls. each. lurlseys . 4i. Od. ditto. "utter. ls. fol. |b. Apples. Hs. per linslicl. »'»lisles . -Is, fid. per thousand. imwu timber .. -li. Gd. per IOU feet. Posts and mils .. 22s. ditto. Idling . -ls. Gd. to 5s. ditto. s'ic oak . .j». Od. per ton. . 3». «id. ditto. 1'ort Arthur coals Ms. ditto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto. SYDNEY MARKETS.-SI:I"TI;MIIER IS. WM:AT.-Thc decline in thc price of Hour has lind a correcpomling effect on wheat, and holders now refuse to submit to prescntprices. Very little hos been brought to market du...

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MANLY SPORTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

MA.NLY SrOItTS ! THERE are a few who desire tlint we should look backward nnd rescue from oblivion some old customs which have been hallowed to a certain class of minds by long cherished associations. It lins accordingly been thought desirable tlint we should revive what are called thc manly sports of our an- cestors. Some of these, such ns pugilism, were to our thinking "more honoured in the breach than the observance ;" nnd an instance which occurred last Tuesday on Horley Common, confirms this opinion. An adjourned fight, we nre informed by tho pnpers, came oft' there' nnd then, between two pugilists, named Young Sambo mid Jordan. Pugilism, we nre told, is one of the Manly Sports ! Is it ? What is tnnnli ness ? Properly considered, it is thc Eng- lish translation of the word " Virtue ;" nothing less. And what is virtue? In its lowest acceptation, good, honest, rough vi- gour embodied in physical strength ¡ in its higher mid highest signification it is taste I in thc arts, skill i...

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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE[?] 30th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

COMM ISSION EUS' OIT ICU, '¿Otk Srjilcnber, ISIS. Notice is hereby given, that thu following Claims for (¡rants will he really for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that «urnose, upon or ' immediately after the 'Mil Inlay nf November next, on or before which day any caveat ur counter claim must he entered. l'hiltn Oakden, Suburbs of Launceston, "a. lr. j 2¡)p. and la. 3r. 'Jp. (Originally lt. Heaney, and I conveyed to I. Cameron, who conveyed to appli- cant.)-7a. lr. Üí>p. hounded on the south-eastern side hy 5 chains -ia links south-wi-sterly along Norwich-road curuiiiencinn; at ils ungle with the road leading from Launceston to Westbury, on the south-east by-I chains-IS links south-westerly along crown land lo (¡Uti Dhu-road, on the south- western side by 10 chains u'3 links north-westerly (in 2 hearings) nloiifr thal road to Hose-lane, on the north-west by 8 chains -l~> links north-easterly along that lane io the si cund-mentioned road, and thence on the notth...

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THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, OCT. 14. THE PROBATION STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 14 October 1845

THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, OCT. 14. THE PROBATION STATIONS. THE frequent recurrence of the public press to the subject of probationism is not more symptomatic of the intense interest it ex cites than of the variety and number of those evils it daily produces. Even com plaint would grow weary of a topic in which there appeared nothing new ; but   every day brings out some unobserved fea   ture into prominence, and provokes afresh the indignation of the beholders. The sys tem is a vortex where everything which can render a country desirable is rapidly whirled and lost ; an inundation rising and overflow ing with fearful power the accumulations of former enterprise and moral exertion ; and as the amazed and indignant inhabitants mark the spreading and swelling desolation, is it astonishing that what once was a par tial murmur is grown into a loud and uni versal cry, that scorn is suppressed by fear, and that speculations on the future are laid aside t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j Tm: UCOATTA.-M'e ure requested to state that ! I thc llegntta Counnittcc will meet nt thc Port j Office, on Saturday, nt I o'clock, to mnkc the ne. cessary arrangements tor thc approaching Anni- versary. QUARTER SESSIONS.-Yesterday, thc following Justices snt in Sessions, pursuant to adjournment, to settle thc Jury List, mid other business, viz: - J. Hone, Esq., Chairman; J. Kerr, A. Garrett T. Hewitt, (i. Hunt, Esqs. Several nniucs were omitted, on thc application of the pnrtics intcrest ' cd, umungst others' Messrs. Blackwood, Hirkniyrr, Cattley, Lawrie, C. Driscoll, Jus. Brown, William Allison, 1*. J. Sinclair, J. A. Outridgc. Aa np. plication from .Mr. MiKvard, and one from Mr. Dosscter, were refused, thc Court nat hciug com- petent to exempt them, on thc grounds adduced hy thc applicants. Thc following Magistrates were appointed Visiting Justices for the ensuing six months: J. Kerr, and A. (Inrrett, Esijs, Thc consideration of the Cah-farcs, was then proce...

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WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

WOOL MARKET. THE suies commenced on the dny when the Calcutta left. There is little doubt that former prices will be maintained, as there appears to bc an enormous deficiency in the English woolclip, owing to the -immense sacrifice of sheep last autumn, winter, and spring, for want of fodder. Thc deficiency of wool is estimated at one-fourth of last years' clip, or about sixty millions pounds weight, being more than all imports from other parts together.

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COMMISSIRIAT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

f!f)MMJl.Sf¿il¡LA;i', ßiWi/eV'h., ihia. ? enders will lie received nt Ulis Oilier, until 12 u'clock uu "U'cdncsduy, titi! 22ml instant, for the supply of the following articles required on account of Convict Service, viz :- * I 1 Nautical Almuuncli, 1H IG I 1 bell, limul 2.Ï0 pairs hoots, hoys, sizes Ul dilto, liaxts, curt, hutu! fi lbs brimstone 2."i brushes, lung scrubbing 12 diLiu, loni; sweeping ' ;i busses, wheelwrights* ti cans, tin, I \ u; dion , -. 12 diUo, half gallon 2 chisels, iirmer, ¿ ¡nell I ;t ditto, mortice, 1 inch i 1 ditto, socket, 2i inch ,*¡0 yunis cloth, woollen, hine I 8! ditto superfine, cloth, woollen, dark I crimson CIO ditto cloth, woollen, moleskin ;t drills, brennt, smiths I 12 forks, tnble, small I 2 hmnmcrs, sledge, miner's, 28 lhs JO ditto, ditto, ditto, 0 lbs i 12 ditto, ditto, ditto, 7 lbs 42"> ditto, stone Ut hoes, breaking up IT» His iron, (lut, 8 x fi inch 1221 tbs ditto, hoop, bulfinch 51 i'A W>s ilitto, round, hull' indi 12 knives, table, ...

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COLONIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

COLONIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. IN the New Zealand debate in thc House of Commons, on thc 18th June, Mr. Hawes concluded his speech with the following just remarks : " What was thc remedy they proposed for the present state of things ? They pro- posed to send out a new Governor, unfettered with instructions. Ile did not think that would do. He did not mean to doubt the ability of Captain Grey, but he was of opi- nion that the responsible duties of such a governorship required the appointment of a man of a higher position. However, if they sent an angel, in any way under the control of the Colonial-office, he would not succeed in remedying the confusion that existed, Jf they gave municipal institutions and a re- presentative legislature, and established local independence of Government, they would take the course which woidd ensure the prosperity of the colony, In our colonies generally there was a growing desire for local and independent Governments, which would soon press itself on the a...

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THE GAZETTE. ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

TEE GAZETTE. 1 HOADS' OITICE. GM October, 18 Iii. REPAIR ANO MAINTHNANCIi OV MAIN MM: Ol' HOAD. "Notice is hereby given, th nt Temlers will be received ut this Oilier, until the 7th November, nt 12 o'clock, for thc repair and maintenance of the following portions ol' the .Main Line of Itoad between Hobart Town and Launceston, for a ptïrid of Une Vcnr from the acceptance of the Tenders, A separate Tender will be rcuuired for every portion : 1. 1'rom thc first mile-atone on thc New Town Hoad, Unhurt Town, to the Hridgc nt Kensington. Distance about I miles, 2. I rum the liridge nt Kensington to the Bridge- water Terry. Distance about six and alialf miles. ,'t. From thc Hridgcwntcr Kerry to the ir»th milestone. Distance about four miles. ?I. fruin the lath mile-stone to the 20th mile- stone. Distance (ive miles. λ From thc 20th "mile-stone to the summit of Constitution Hill, Distance about five and a half miles. (i. r'ruiti the summit of Constitution Hill to thc ¡ Station nt thc Lovel...

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THE MAIN-ROAD SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

TUB MAIN-IIOAD SCHEME. Tm: scheme of the Government for keeping the main line of road in repair, gives any- thing but a promise of success or advantage. So far as the very vngue terms of the notice which appears in our columns to-day cnn lend to n conclusion, it nppcars that the road is to be kept in travelling condition. But what is this ? In Captain Forth's opi- nion, it may mean a state in which it shall bc hard, smooth, having a perfect curve on the transverse section, and having at least twelve or fifteen inches thick of meütl. In the contractor's opinion it may be a state in which it shall be free from ir l regularities, and generally passable only. Tlie difference of opinion here is very great, and who is to decide 1 If there he no definition of the work to be done, who can safely or fairly tender ? Thc public interest may on the one hand be sacrificed, ns on thc other private wrong may be inflicted. There is no reason why the works should not bc accurately described. In all ...

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TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845

TK.\L>r.iis rou RKI'AÎUIM; TIIK MUN KOA I). 1. Tho Contractors tn (ititi lite manual labour, tinily, materials, mill carlagc, ns wi ll ns nil other ri'i|uisitt's fur ihe full completion ol'their respective Contracts. ! 2. Tho Contractors will obtain, through tho l)i rector-deiicral ol' Roads such powers as arc vested in that ollic.cr hy the Road Act, to coallie them lo enter upon private and linuuhivaled lands (conti- guous to thc Main I.ino of Hoad), for the purpose ol procuring materials necessary lin- the repairs ol' the road See the Ulli Scotian of lío lil Act. il. In tho event of the Conlraeiors hiing min ? pelh'd to enter upon private I.unis l'or niaieiials, they will he required, "s directed liv the llie l.'tih Section ol' the Hoad Act, to lill np, or ill other re- spects lo render secure, all pits or (piarnos that may he opened or used hy them. .I. All fences taken doun hy the Contractors, in ill the prosecution ol' (he repairs ol' the road, must invariably he put up agai...

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