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THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 17. THE DESPARTCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 17. THE DESP.YTCHKS. DESPATCHES have been received Ly thc Equestrian, but they still leave the question of thu police, judicial, mid gaol expenditure, ns it stood. In fact, Dowiihig-strcct is silent on thc subject. Lord Stanley sus- tains the Government in the position as- serted by it iigmnst Dr. !NÍNOII, in respect to the appointment, &c., of the religious in- structors in the Probation Department.
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1815. TH RA S UH Y HILLS. isotire ii hereby çivcti, that tenders will conti- nue to he received as hitherto, nt tin-» oilhe, every Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to he drawn nt 3Ü days' siííht on the Rialit llorumruhU- the Lords Commissioners of lier Majesty's Treasury, ! in exchange for British silver or trold ; when tho>e : at tlie most favorable ratu, will, if Approved, be accented. On such occnsïons, however, ns the sudden de- parture of a vevtel, by whirh remittances have to be made, np rei al tender* «ill bc received without reference to the particular day thus appointed for ordinary cases. The tenders to be (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Hills," and to state thc nnrmtii of erich bill, together with thc name of the party in whose favour it should be drawn. GF.O. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-Genera!.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2nd October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 2iul October, ISIS. Thc lèverai contractors having given the stipu- lated imice to rulimpibh their following contraéis ou the ¡Wth November next: Nntico ls herclv given, that tenders will be re- ceived nt this olliie until Iii o'clock nu Wednesday, the 22nd instant, lir furnishing- the undermentioned luaotitics and at such tintes ns [oin 1st December, 1S-1J, to olsi supplies in such may be required March, IH-1G, viz Vegetables, u.rluOlha., (.Hobart Tow/) Wee, per lb. j Í Fresh meat, per lb. Vegetables, per lOOlbs. 1J and 20 percent bread per lb. Military and Convict Hospitals, Commissar' Stores (including convict ami Government vesst prisoners and others out uf barracks, and nil other casualties) Prisoners' Harricks Gaol Kcmnlc Houseof Cor- ree li un Nursery, Dynnyrne House Hiring l'cpùt, llrick liehls New Norfolk (i's. Orphan School Rocky Hills Pontville limad Marsh Green Ponds. All iii« coalitions of the annual contracts, as publisliL-d in \he Can...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFIC E. N'OTrCi: TO CONTRACTOftR. Hobart Town, ï.">th Juïv, 18 là. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fnlhnvir.cr standing rules must be invariably observed by all j artîcs wishing to become Contractors with this )epnrtmcnt. 1. Every Tender to bc in duplicate, sealed, and indorsed on thc envelope, in necordnncc with the lescription of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms of Tenders cnn be obtained at he several Commissariat O Alecs : and in every :asc that will admit of it these must bc used and ligncd hy a responsible party engaging to become urcty for thc due fulfilment of thc Tender if ne :epted. 3. Separate Tenders must be made to corrcs >ond with each advertisement respectively, even n coses where they may be called for ou the same ta ' ORO. MACLEAN, ? Deputy Couinnssnry-Gcnerul.
IRELAND. GREAT MEETING AT THE CORN EXCHANGE, CORK. [From the Temperance Messenyer.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
IRELAND. GREAT MEETING AT THE CORN EXCHANGE, CORK. [From thc Temperance Mesxciit/er.] THE lîev. Mr. Matthew held his mumal meeting on Monday, at the Corn Exchange, which was attended by a vast concourse of persons unpledged ns well ns enrolled. A spacious platform was erected for thc accommodation of the sprnkers, amongst whom were some of the oldest friends of this moral movement. The Very Kev. Mr. Matthew came for wnrd to nddress thc nssemblcd thousands, and wns received with warra enthusiasm. Ile snid-My dear friends, I have it in my power to congratulate you on the grent triumph gnincd over one of the most debasing passions that ever degraded human nature-the passion of intemperance. Lnst Patrick's Dny was n bright honour to Ireland. There was scarcely un intemperate mnn to be found in any part af Ireland on St. Patrick's Day. Irishmen were hereto .fore held in estimation to bc the most depraved of nil thc people on earth, in consequence of thc crime of intemperance, mid though ...
TERMS OF SUBSCRIITION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
TERMS OF SÜI3SCIU1TI0X, Sc. The OiiSKiiVKii will he tlelierrd in Town every Tuesday and ï\îdaymorninys. A Country Edition, containiiy the I nt elli yence received from Latneeston, the Interior, or other placea, tn those days, will ie posted in the evening. Sunscuii'TioN.-10.1. per wirier in ad- vance s 13.«. credit. AnvKiiTisuMKNTS,-Twelve lines and mi- ller, 2s. Dd., and 2d. for e:ery midi tiona/ line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any lenyth of time. Advertisements are received tit the J'ulilishiny OJ/ÍK in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'chcl.; timi tm Thursday lill the same how. Adver- tisers must slate the number of insertions desired, on their Adrertisenenls, other- wise they will be continued sutil counter- manded, anti charyett accordiny/y. iVo rer/jttl communications attended to. *t* COMMUNICATIONS,/!)/' the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, SUUVK'H" Office, (Mn. UKOIIHK lt'oT. AVKRAN'S). Collins Street, Hol...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 16th OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
àïlarktts. HOBART TOWS, 16th OCTOBKB, 1815. Wheat. Harley. Oats. Maize. Hay, pressed .. Ditto, loose.... Straw . Potatoes. New Potatoes.. Green Peas.... 5s. per bushel. 5s. ditto. 4s. ditto. 3s. 6d. ditto. JE3 10S. per ton. £3 ditto £2 ditto. £} to £3 5s. 4d. per lb. 2s. 3d. per peck. CnrroU. 3 s. per doz. Eggs. Od. ditto. Cabbage. ls. Cd. ditto. Cauliflowers .. ls. Od ditto. Onions. 20s. cwt. Fowls. 2s. Od. to 3s. per pair. Ducks. -ls. Cd. to 5s. ditto. Geese . -ls. each. Turkeys . 4s. Gd. ditto. lluttcr. ls. 3d. lb. Apples. Ms. per bushel. Shingles . ls. Gd. per thousand. Sawn timber .. ls. Gd. per 100 feet. Posts ami rails .. 22s. ditto. Paling . ls. lid. to .'is. ditto. She oak . ls. Gd. per tun. Ciutn. 3s. Gd. ditto. Port Arthur coals Ms. ditto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto. Spirits nnd Tobacco in the Bonded Stores on th I nth October, 1815 : Rum on 20th August.... 28257 Received since .... 377 - 28G3 Home Consumption 173(5 Exportation . 23.") 1071 2 G fi fi Urandy . 17090 Recei...
Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
íiltáftllancouíi j&ljtppiiiçj. AUSTRALIA* SHIPS ARRIVED IN ESGLAND. June 14, JCteanar, from Sydney: June 19, Tas- manian, from Launceston *, Sir Hattert Peel, from Sydney; June 23, the Pestunjce Domanjee, from Sydney; Gratitude, from Launceston ¡ stufftuttui, from Adelaide ; Arjoxtina, from Launceston ¡ Ereretta, from Sydney; Emily, from Sydney; ' June 28, Thama* Hughes, from Tort Phillip, st unga, from Hobart Town ; June 30th, Mary /tay, from Launceston. Elizabeth, from Sydney, Hind, from Sydney, Adelaide, from Van Diemen's Lnnd. The Jane, for Launceston, wns nt Gravesend on June 29th. The ship Renare*, Cnptain Clnrk, from Bomhny, struck on a reef near Sumatra, on 2.1 rd December, and though she ultimately wns got off and taken to Barus, yet she sunk there during: n severe pale. The schooner Sisters, (rom Stnenporc, arrived at Hatavia on 2f.lh May to lond for^Hobart Town. The barque stnna Maria, from Hobart Town, nnrived at Singnporc 3rd July.
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
IT.MAU; IIOl.Si: Ol' l DRUIX i KKN, I.AU.NCKST» >\. State of tile l'Yinalc House nf Correction tit [.atiiiccstoti, '.lill October. IKl/i : Uiuler colonial sentence- - af. Tree woman - - - - 1 Umleriirobation - - - - 12 Nursing cliiltlrcn - '¿ fr Sick in the hospital - - - - ti Servants, turnkeys, S.e. - - - H Ditto to ollioers of 11 is l i : ii l i o it J Total number of women - 89 Children under one year old - - '¿0 Ditto above ditto - - - - IO Total number of children - 30 A. M'I.miD, Superintendent.
CUSTOM HOUSE. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
CUSTOM HOUSE. llOllAnT TOWN. Return of Grain nn&lt;l Flour imported nntl ex- ported tit the Port of Hobart Toivn, (luring thc week ended 10th October, ISIS,inclusive: I M eu HTS. Flour. 2J tons EXTORTS. Flour . 1 J tons. Return of Grain nnd Flour imported nntl ex. ported nt thc Port of Launceston, during thc week ended ¡lill October, IB-IS, inclusive ¡ IM TOUTS. Flour. 5 tons F.xronTs. Hurley. 81" bushels Ont*. 71 bushels «heat. 7021 ditto G. IL KARN KS, Collector.
THE GAZETTE. AUDIT OFFICE. 11th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
THE GAZETTE. I AUDIT 0FF1CK. Ilth October, 18+5. Warrant» for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colunltil Treasury for Payment, between thc 4th of the current month anil this tlate : Tlie pelice Magistrate, to pny W. Sanderson. P. A. Mulgrave, alhnvaiice ¿kc. The Port Ollicer, to pay wages, ¡tc. V. P. Kay, ditto. C. O. Tlnnth, allowance. . M. A. Cox. conveyance of Mail. I. Dixon, ditto. I. Whelan, ditto. T. Humphreys, ditto. I. II. Bleechmore, dino. C. .Inhnstnn, ditto. II. Whitcway, ditto, ll. Merry, ditto, ll. Dodge, ditto. Ci. Hall, ditto. I. (¡¡Migan, ditto. &lt;!. Mills, ditto. I. Johnson, oil. T. laicas, transport. M. Hodgi'rson, horsc-shocs. I. Ilruce, ditto. W. Robertson, clothing. C. Swanston, allowance. W. T. Noyes, coronet's IVes. W. II. (¡Inver, ditto. I. 1'. Junes, ditto. I. Spode, ditto. T. Mason, ditto. I. Whitefoord, ditto. II. T. L. Lloví!, medical attendance. II. OlHcer, ditto. The Port (Jlllcer, to pny Wrtges, cVc. G. T. W. Dovr.s, Auditor.
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL EXPORTS.—FLAX AND HEMP. [From the Sydney Herald, September 24.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL EXPORTS.-FLAX ANO IIKMl". [I'rom thc Sijtlmij Iln-alit, September 21.] As the Intest season for the sowing of flax lins now arrived, it may be useful to re- mind our agricultural readers of thc fact, noel to mnke some suggestions ns to the proper course to be pursued. This wc should lmve done nt nn enrlicr period, but from nn expectation tlmt the treatise on Flax and Hemp from thc pen of Dr. Camp- bell would have issued from the press in sufficient time to supersede the necessity of nov remarks of ours. Tho imported value of (lax and its seed in thc United Kingdom is stated to bc nbout five millions sterling. The quantity of flax imported in 1811 wns 1,261,2!) 1 cwts, and that of its seed four millions of bushels, nnd these amounts nre doubtless increased nt the present time. The last quotation of Flemish flax in thc English mnrkct wns ¿CSÍ) per ton, the other sorts rcnliscd from £35 to .£42. Flax seed was (!.*>s. per hogshead. The crushing 45s. per ...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
IRELAND. IRELAND still occupies thc prominent pince in Parliament. Ministers hnvc nt last en- countered, face to face, thc active opposition of Mr. O'Connell to their scheme for nc cndemieal education. The occasion was furnished by going into Committee on thc bill ; a motion also opposed by some of Mr. O'Connell's new Tory allies. Sir James Graham, however, previously explained a few alterations which be has made in the measure : the chief of which are-that the students are to be lodged in liceused board ing-houses, with linlls attached, under the care of Principals, subject to thc immediate control of tlie Visiters ; and that provision is to be made for securing a Parliamentary revision in three years' time of that part of the hill which relates to the appointment of Professors. Such large concessions did not disarm objection. Lord Mahon moved n resolution proposing that Theological Professors should be appointed for tho three denominations in Ireland-Anglo Protestant, Hornau Catho...
THE DEBATE ON NEW ZEALAND. [From the Spectator, June 21.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
THE DEBATE ON NEW ZEALAND. [From the Spectator, June 21.] PARLIAMENT has given three days to the co- lonies! And though the immediate topic brought before the House of Commons was .tho grievances of the youngest and remotest of them-New Zealand-ilie discussion was really of great imporiance and interest ; for it concerned tho whole colonial policy of the country towards settlers and aboriginal races, and the conduct of the official de- partment which of all Government branches most needs reforming-. The discussion »as marked hy talent and painstaking on all sides. Euch of the three days bad its sepa- rate characteristics. On Tuesday, the case for the colonists and the colonising company of New Zealand against the Colonial Oflico, was opened by Mr. Charles Buller, in a speech which may justly bo called great as ! well as long ; disclosing a tissue of arro- ! gancc, disingenuousness, and injustice sel- ? dom equalled even in colonial annals. The wronged parties having been frequently ...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. THE English intelligence brought by thc Calcutta nud the Equestrian reaches to July 2, but we nre deficient in some numbers of our papers between that and our latest dates by previous arrivals. The Equestrian brings ;£20,000 cash for the Commissariat. We give copious extracts of thc British and Fo- reign intelligence ; hut there is nothing of much importance. O'Connell lind resumed his attendance in the House of Commons, where he was, to little purpose, opposing the Academical Educntion Bill. Parliament, it will bc seen, was occupied for three nights iu discussing New Zcnland affairs ; the sum- mary of the debate in thc Spectator, though one-sided in spirit, will bc read with inte- rest. Governor Grey moves from South Australia to the Government of New Zea- land. Sir W. Napier has been appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Forces here. Sir William Follett is dead ; his personal worth, as well as professional talent, is greatly extolled. Mr. Newman, according to g...
THE NEW ESTIMATES FOR 1846. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
THE NEW ESTIMATES FOR 18-16. Colonial Secretary s Oßcc, Od. M. THE Lietitcnant-Governor lins been pleased to direct the publication of the general ob- jects of the following Bill, about to be brought under (be consideration of the Le- gislative Council, " for applying cerUin "Sums arising from the Revenue receivable "in Van Diemcn's Land to thc Service " thereof, for the year One thousand eight " hundred and forty-six, and for further ap- propriating the snid Revenue." It is proposed to appropriate, out of thc Revenue of thc Colony, the following sums for the purposes specified : Establishment of his Excel- lency the Lieutenant Governor. 518 17 C Executive and Legislative Councils. 551 15 0 Colonial Secretary's De- partment. 2595 0 0 Van Diemen's Land So- ciety for the Promotion of Science . 200 0 0 ColoninlTrcasurcr nndCol lector of Internal Reve- nue Department. 1010 0 0 Inspector of "Weights and Measures . 90 0 0 Colonial Audit Depart- ment . 1180 O 0 Dep. Registrars of Births, D...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 7th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
I COMMISSIONERS' OFl'ICE. "th October, 1815. NOTICE is hereby given, that tin; follimiug Claims I'm- Cirants will In» really for Examination, liv tim Commissioners tippoiiilid for tliat purpurn», upon or immediately .-il'u-rt liv 7lb day ol' lk-cinilicr ne.*vf,on or liel'ore wliieli ilay any caveat or counter claim must lie entered. .James Cullin, Woodbridge, Westmorland, lOOa., (originally Anna Maria Wood, and conveyed by ber and W. Moriarty to applicant.) Bounded on tbc south east by .'ll! chains south westerly along crown land commencing at a creóle opposite lot has purchased from the crown by William Hoary ISrownc, on the south west by Ti chains north- westerly also ulong crown laud to the Lobster Ri- vulet, thence on the nnrtli-wi-stern shlu by that rivulet to the junction of i Ii c.» nlurosaitl creek, thence on the eastern side hy that creek southerly to tlicMitiih boundary of lot K'tH aforesaid, thence on the north hy that boundary extending easterly, thcncL on the north east...
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 17 October 1845
~" nisiAi.ii iioiisí: ul- coiiii-KC'iICÏN, non.wiT TOWN. St.-cii: of lin' l'Vnial.' House ol' Correction al [..hart Town, Kith October, ISIS : limier col.mi.il semen, o - - - 1 no Tree women. 12 limier separate ny st cm »7 Siek ii. hospital .... 7 Invalids. 2 Servants, turnkeys, »vc. ... S Ditto tn ollicrs of Institution - - 3 Total number of women - - 2'Ji) Children niuUr two years of «¡re 5 Women al Ike Murscry, Dynnyrne .. IiS Children at ditto limier one year nln;e .'15 Ditto ahnve ditto .... Total numbiT of children - - SS JOHN HUTCHINSON, Superintendent. iiiuiNti ni-:TOT, r.iiicKi'ii'.i.nv lieliini ol' Wmii, II .lisp..sable at'the Hiring Dc pAt, llriel;ii,dds, on 11 th October, If. bi : In the .'¡rd class. I OZ ".ml . lass - - - - 111 1st class. ll> Total. L'2:> lîeeeived from private service - - Hi Ditto from Female House of Correction 15 Total ..... 31 Discharged to private service - - 2.1 Dilta to their Tickcls-ol'-I.eove - - .'} Total -m C. WU.I.HMS, Superintendent.<...