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LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS FOR JULY. (From the World of Fashion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845
LONDON & PAWS FASHIONS FOU JULY. (From thc World of Fashion.) lints, shaded, are of thc latest fashion. They arc composed of a quantity of gauze folds, the colours being shaded across, from a very light hue tu the darkest shade. For instance, upon acitrón coloured one, the first is of thc palest straw colour, thc deepest and last fold being of thc hue of tlic marigold, thc intermediate folds being of thc graduated shudes. WALKING DUKSSES.-Some of thc most fas- hionable ure mmle of mousseline, cither in white or coloured. These mousselines de soie nrc in great request, and ure generally made up after the following fashion :-Tile corsngedcini busque, and «ill, fi.&lt;ii,B« fulling linok ix comtiiro , ll.e "lo cv o» n la russet', thc skirt trimmed with, two broucl volants, or deep Mounce*. HVKNINQ oa DiNNP.n Dur.ssi:s are principally composed of the gros grain lilac, mauve, or verdant green, handsomely trimmed with two iloitiiees of magnificent bromt black Ince, put on ...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 14th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 October 1845
coMMissioxHiis' ori'ici:, H/A (Muhl-, 1 Hl/i. Notier is hereby given, time thu following Claims Tor Cirants will ho ready Sar examination, hy thu Cumniissiouers j))>[»iinti-il lor that purpose, upon or immediately niter the 1 Ith ihiyof December wxt, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must hu entered. Hilen Itlackinoro, Hobart, liiickingham, In. lr. 2Np" (part ot" 1(1(1 acres originally located to Kihvard Lorri, nml sohl umlcr a decree of the Su- preme Court, when applicant hecame tho pur- chaser.) lloiiiuleil on lim north cast hy d' chains .12 links south-easterly ¡dong Anglesey-street I""11 the Hobart Town Knole! (crossiuir a mill-race), on thc south east by 2 chains lil links .souih westcrly ¡doug au allotment occupied by or be Itiii^rin^ to Thomas William Ifirch, on the smith west by li chains !l links north-westerly also alone; an allotment occupied hy or belonging- to thu nthresaid Thomas William Hirch (ci'ussiiifr tho before-mentioned mill-race) to thc Hoba...
CHOICE OF POTATOES FOR SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
CHOICE OF POTATOES FOU SV.T.D. ?' Unripened, and consequently watery potatoes, make ilia best seed roots ; inas- much as tliuy always produce strong, healthy, vigorous plants, this watery matter being tho germinative principle. Potatoes which have been planted ¡ale in the sanson, therefore, or dug early in thc season or which have grown ia boggy land or in a mountain situation are lo be preferred ; as under such circumstance* the tubers aro not matured, tho farina has not boen developed. On the other hand, if we use for seed root9 those potatoes which have grown in good land, hava fully ripened there, and have attained all tho perfection of which they are capable as to quality, «hounding in farinaceous matter, but deficient in muci- laginous matter, many of the plants produced from such plants will be curled and unheal- thy ; a general want of vigour will bo evident, and the produce will be very infe- rior to that from unripened tubers, as they only possess the procreative power in ...
RURAL ECONOMY. MR. NUTT'S IMPROVED SYSTEM OF BEE MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
RURAL ECONOMY. jin. NUTT'S iMi'itovnij SYSTEM OF IIEU MANACCMEXT. Ma. NUTT, a practical apiarian nf Lincoln- shire, has devised thc following system, which is highly spoken uf by most writers on the management of bees. The first part ol' his plan nf operation is to leave the hive into which tho stock is in- troduced untouched : when it ii filled with honey (the contents of which aro reserved for the uso nf .tho bees), tho capacity of tho hive is increased by tho addition of another box to tim bide, communicating' with thu hive by apertures, which ¡rive freu admission to the bees in all paris of the box Tho next important object in Mr. Nun's system is to cosuru a regulated and uniform température in this additional portion of tim hive, without diminishing- the temperature of that which contains the stock. The ventila- tion necessary for this purptiso is effected by moans of a perforated tin tube, extending down toa considerable distance from thc top into the hive, and connected with ...
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
l'KMALi: IIOIJSK OF COIUtUCTIOX, LAUNCESTON. Stale of the Female House of Correction at Launceston, Kith October, IS15: Untier colonial sentence 37 Free woman ----- 1 Uniter probation - - - - 12 Solitary coulinemeiit - - - - 1 Nursing children .... 2.ri Sick in tho hospital !> Servants, turnkeys, ,Vc. - - - S Ditto to tilKcers of Institution - - 2 Total number of women - - Ul Children under one yeir old - - 20 Ditto above ditto 10 Total number of children - »0 A. M'l.ruti, Superintendent.
HACKNEY COACH FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
HACKNEY COACH FARES. Table of Pares to be churned to Passengers by Vehicles plying for hire within Hobart, Town, or within three miles therefrom, under nu Act of Council passed in this island on the Hist day of August, 1842: For Distance-if drawn by Two Horses. j. //. Por not exceeding one mile . 1 G For every hnlf-milc over a mile, und for any fructional part of a mile. OD ff drawn by One Hot se only. For not exceeding one mile . 1 0 Pur every half-mile over n mile, and for any fractional part of a mile . OG Tram y o'clock nt night to 0 o'clock In the morning, double thc foregoing Pures. For Time-if drawn by Two Horses, Por not cxreeding half an hour .. 2 0 Exceeding half nn hour and not exceeding three-quarters . .1 0 Exceeding three-quarters find not exceeding one hour. And so on in thc snmc proportion. If drawn by One llorac. Two-thirds of thc last-mentioned Fnrcs. Prom 9 o'clock nt night to G o'clock in thc morning, double thc foregoing Pares. The foregoing Table of Pures was r...
ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
HOADS' Ol'lTCE. I'M October, 1815: ? ll'PMn. ASI) MAlNTI'NANCn Ol' MAIN LINK Ol' HIIAIl. Notice is hereby given, that Tenders will lio leeeiv.d nt this Oll'nc, until the 7th November, ut 12 u'elueU, for the repair anti maintenance of Hie following imitions of the Main Line of Huail lietweeti Hobart Town ami Launceston, for ii pei iii of One Year fruin the acceptance of the Tenders. A sepal ate Tender « ill be rci-nircd for every portion : 1. From thc first mile-stone, on thc New Town Hoad, Hobart Town, to the Bridge ut Kensington. Distance about 1 miles. 2. Fr»tu the llridge at Kensington to the Bridge- water Ferry. Distance about six and a half miles. />. From the Bridgewater Ferry to thc Kith, milestone. Distance ubout four miles. ?1. From tin- loth mile-stone to thc 20th mile- stone. Distance live miles. ft From thu 2Hlh niilc-stone to thc summit of Constitution Hill. Distance about thc and n half miles. fi. From thc summit of Constitution Dill to thc Station nt the Lovely Han...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. lIORTlCLLTDRAr. SoCIETT.-Wc notice with pleasure thc contemplated formation of a Horti- cultural Society, (see advertisement) for which a meeting is tn bc held on Munday. Wc shall no- tice its proceedings. CHAPLAIN TO Tilt COLONIAL HOSPITAL.-We have heard with equal surprise and indignation of the contemplated appointment of a gentleman to this responsible situation, who is wholly unfit for the office. Wc cannot for ouc moment believe that such an outrage on religion will bc perpetra- ted, and shall therefore abstain from further com- ment to-day. VAN DIEMEN'S LAKH MISSIONAIIY SOCIV.TV. This institution is nn uxuxjliary of the London Missionary Society, some of whose agents, it will he remembered, visited our shores last year in thc Williams. Thc lihcial subscriptions then made by the citizens of Hobart Town towards Missions to the heathen were transmitted to London, and are acknowledged in the following letter which has been sent to us for publication, liy an ad...
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
II IKING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. Ueturn of Women disposable at the Hiring Dé- pôt, Brickfields, on lHth Dauber, 18-15 : In the 3rd class. 1(15 lint! class - - - -GIS 1st class ----- 8 Total. 23G Hcccived from private service - - 1!) Ditto from Female, House of Correction 13 Total - - . ' - - 32 Discharged to private service - - 25 C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent.
CROWN PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
CHOWN PRISONERS. His Honor, Mr. Justice Montagu, yester- day, expressed himself in his usual intelli- gent and straightforward mnnner, relative to the expense incurred by thc trial of con- victs in thc Supreme Court. Thc learned Judge observed, in reference to thc case of four men, who had just been convicted of robbing a man's house at Bagdnd, (having absconded from a rondgnng), ofsomc trifling articles, that lie was at a loss to understand why such persons were not dealt with sum- marily by thc Magistrates, and punished on the spot ; hero were four men, each of whom was already transported for periods varying from seven to ten years, brought before the Supreme Court, nt n great ex- pense to the colony. Had they been taken before two Magistrates, and been ordered SO lashes euch, and sent back to their work, n great expense would have been saved, nod the course pursued would l*nve been better for the men as well ns thc public. Now, his Honor had no alternative, but to impose another...
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 24. THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
" THE OBSERVER. HO HART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 21. THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS. THE Aildress of Sir Eardley "Wilmot to the Legislative Council on Tuesday, was not what we looked for. If, on the meeting of that body after a mere adjournment, though a prolonged one, wc could have felt fissured of any formal address from thc head of thc Government, wc should certainly have anti- cipated ono in which some nllusion was innde to the great question in this colony, that which more than any other public question in the light of a grievance enga- ges the popular mind, that question on which his Excellency has professed himself to ngrce with the general sentiment, the question-lastly, and chiefly to thc present point-on which he ailiruied when he ad- journed the Council, that he looked for a despatch from the Sccrclnry of State, and to allow time for his receipt of which he fixed the period of two months for thc suspen- sion of thc Council's proceedings. Not a single line, however, not a syllabic have ...
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
TERMS OF SUHSCWITIOX, Sec. The OnsKnvKii tell I he delivered in Town every Tuesday and Fri dir ¡i morninys. A Country lilli lion, ciintniniii// I he Tntelli i/cnce reeeireil from Launceston, thc Interior, or other places, on those days, will he posted in the eveniny. Sunsciurriov.-10.». per quarter in ail vatiee ; 13*. credit, A i> v K UTI s 1* M rc NTS,-Tieclre lines and wi- rier, 2,». Cul., mid 'ld. for every m/il! tiona I line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any len//th of time. Adrertiscnients ere reeeireil at the Publish'ny Office In Cullins Street on Monday, till 12 o'chicle, ami on Thursday lill the same hour. Adver- tisers mutt stale the number of insertions desired, on their Ailcertisements, other- wise they mil be continued until counter- manded, anil charyeil accordim/ly. Ko verbal commtrnlcations attended tn. COMMUNICATIONS for the lirtitor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to lie addressed, or left at "TIÍE Ou SB...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 23rd OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
IlmiAKT TOWN, 23rd OOTOIIEB, 18-15. Wheat. 5s. per bushel. Harley. -ls. lid. (Ultu. Oats. ls. ditto. Maize..'ls. Od. ditto. Hay, pressed .. ;C3 Ills, per ton. : Ditto, loose.... .C3 ditto Straw . JU'.' ditto. r-otntnes.A" I to Xl 10s. New Potatoes . . 2 id. per lb. Oleen reus.... IN. ail. |icr pork. Carrots.... 3s. per doz. Kges.Od. ditto. CÙbbngc. ls. (id. ditto. Caalillowcrs .. ls. Gd ditto. Onions, .2(ls. cwt. Fowls . 2s. Od. to 3». per pair. Ducks. 4 s. Gd. to 5s. ditto. Geese .ls. each. Turkeys .-ls, Gd. ditto. lluttcr. ls. 3d. ll). Apples. 1 ls. per bushel. I Shingles .4s. Gd. per thousand1. Sawn timber . . 4s. Gd. per IUD feet. I Posts anil rails .. 22s. ditto. Paling . -ls. Gd. to 5s. ditto. She oak .-ls. Gd. per ton. (iain. 3s. lid. ditto. Port Arthur conls Vis. ililto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
SHIP MAILS. For Fourbon, per Amtmry, via Launceston, this day, at 5 r.M. precisely. For Calcutta, Mauritius, and Cnpc of Good Hope, viii Mauritius, per Amoury, vii Ilourbon, this day, nt 5 r.M. precisely. For Melbourne, per Flying Fish, to-morrow, at 10 A.M. precisely For Sydney, per Louisa, on Jlondny next, at 4 P.M. precisely. For London, via Sydney, per Louisa, on Monday next, at 4 r.M. precisely. For Adelnide, per William, via Launceston, on Tuesday next, st 5 P.M. precisely. For Swan Uiver, viä Adelaide, per William, via Launceston, on Tuesday next, at 5 P.M. precisely.
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
pipping intelligence. HOBART TOWN. j AUKIVALS. October 22,-Barque ftayal Archer, 310 tons, Scott, muster, from Liverpool 27th June. Passen- gers for Hobart Town-Mr. T. Wilson, Mr. mid Mrs. Barnet and five children, Afr. Benson. Passengers for South ¿Yustrulia-Mr. Handcock, Miss Little, Miss Pebbles, Mrs. Grcirsou, l'\ Ducrdun. UKl'AIlTVaES. Xii IMPOUTS. ¡ /'rxsrlt reported inward* during the treck. Per Calcutta, from Loudon-2 bushels seeds, 2 cases musical instruments, 25 tons salt, l t cases copper, 3 kegs copper nails, 120 kegs paints, 1 cask white lend, 30 baskets boiled oil, IO tins turpentine, 4 jurs 25 cases sahul oil, 30 cases pickles, 21 cases mustard, 15 cases herrings, IO eases aneïiovies, 1 cask herrings, 1 hhd crockery, 7 hales culicos, 3 huies woolpacks, 7 bales cottons, . 3 bales blankets, 5 huies cottons, 3 bales woollens, 2 hales canvas, 2 cases cottons, I case hardware, 4 i eases clothing, 1 case hosiery, 1 case woolleus, 1 j ense cottons, 1 case navy caps, 2 cases ...
OXFORD CONTROVERSIES. [From the Edinburgh Review.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
O X F O II n CO N T ll O Y E H s i v. s. [From thc I'.dinliinjh Jtrririe.] IT is impossible adequately to describe the I vitrions distractions with which the Oxford | School has managed lo tear the Church ami Nation in pieces, in his Quixotic search ibr Catholic unity. Not a fe tv, as we have seen, openly declare for a surrender to Home, though they are still members ol'the Kuglish Church, and avowedly explain away thc Articles to which they have so- lemnly sworn to assent. Hy many more, who tin not go quite so far, we find thc mure pernicious patts of thc lloniish sys- tem eagerly insisted upon-for example, clerical eclibney, monastic institutions, mid the practice of a paltry asceticism.* A still greater number arc-busy in introducing superstitions innovations into public wor- ship, which fully proclaim thc Artnanist tendency of the system. There arc many whose consciences are so louder, that they must act in compliance with every obsolete rubric ; and yet so accommodating, that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
NINETEENTH ANNIVERSARY OK THU VAN PIEMEN'S LANI) MISSIONARY SOCIETY. mllE ANNUAL SERMONS in behalf of thc J. above Society, (in ant of Misions to the hea- then) will he preached on SAHIÎA'l'H next, the .26th instant At llrisbanc-strcct Chnpel, Morning, hy thc Rev. S. Hewlett ; Evening, hy the Rev. \V. Jarrett. At Collins-street Chapel, Slaming, hv the RevT J. Nesbitt! Evenins, hv thc Rev. J. A. .Manton. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Society will he held in the Independent Chapel, IIri«hnne-st., on Monday evening next, the 27th instant, at 7 o'clock precisely. Thc Rev. N. Turner will take thc Chair. C2í"Col!ect¡onswill he made nfter thc Sermons, and at thc Public Meeting. FREDERICK MII.I.KRI " . . C.. ARI.ES BILTON j Secretaries. October 21, 1815. JUST RECEIVED, !3no on ¿§>nlc nt GE Oil GE 110LWE GAN'S THU Grave of Genius, by J. O. La Mont 'J iu; Hebe! 1'rovost, by Argus Tho ltcpublicuii, by Argus Splendid Illustrations of Loudon, on double royid paper, price 7s. (id. Formation of an ...
HIRING DEPOT. ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
lt HUNO DHl'OT. ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. Number ol' Women l'or disposal in thc Hiring Dépôt, on thc Kitti Octolicr, 1S15 : In thc .'Iril doss. 19 .¿inicias» .... 5 1st class. 2 Total. ÜG Received from Female House of Correction fi Ditto from private service - _ ,*» Total. ll Discharged to private service - - 13 Ditto to Female tluuse of Correction - '2 Ditto to TicUet-of-Leave - - - 1 Total. IC S AMIT. I. JOHNSTON*, Superintendent.
CUSTOM HOUSE. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 24 October 1845
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hr'tirn of Grain ami Flour imported anil ex- ported at Hie Fort of Iloliart Town, during thc week c-mlud K ilitKtol.tr, IH IS, ineluMve : IM roars. Harley. ll!) lmslicb. "Wheat. 13S ditto. I.XI'OItTS. Oat». fi Imsliolü. 1 lour . (¡j tom. V.riurn of (irnin arti Flour imported "and ex- ported ;>.'. tl.e Fort of l.aitnceMon. tlurinjj thc week ctiJeil Ililli O.tob.'r, is::,, iai:iu~.:ve : IMi-nit rs. KXl'OKTS. I ¡arley. 17S1 biHicls. Oaf*. 1100 ditto. V. heat . l'Jil d.tto. I'kjur . 21 toni. &lt;.'?. II. BARS ts. Col'.rrMr.