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TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. CONDITIONS. 1. Tho Contractors to timi thc m a nu ¡il labour, tools, materials, and cartage, ns well as nil other reuutsitcs fur the full completion of their respective Contrae ts. 2. Thc Contractors will obtain, through the Di- rector-General of Komis such powers na are vested in ihut oilicer by the Road Act, to enable them to cuter upon private and uncultivated lands (conti- guous to the Main Linc of Rf m tl), for thc purpose of procuring materials necessary for thc repairs of the road. See the 12th Section of Hoad Act. 3. In the event of the Contractors being com- pelled to enter upon private land» for materials, they will be required, us directed by the the 13th Section of the Road Act, to lill up, or in other re- spects to render secure, nil pits or quarries that may he opened or used by them. .I. All fences tnken down by the Contractors, in in thc prosecution of tho repairs of the road, must invariably bu put up again ay often as shall he r...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 21st October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
COMMISSIONERS* OFFICE. 2 lil October, 1845. I NOTICE i* hereby given, that the following I Claims fur Grunts will be ready for Examination, hy the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately afterthe 21stday of December next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Thomas Yardley Lowes, Suburbs of Hobart Town, 7u. 3r. 4p.-Bounded on the south east by 14 chains 32 links north-easterly along an allot- ment located to John Hiddlestone commencing at the west angle thereof on Argyle-street, on the north east by 5 chains 54 links north-westerly «long Park-street, on the north west by 13 chains 31 links south-westerly along crown land to Argyle-strcet aforesaid, thence on the south west fay 4 chains 15 links soutb-ettsterly along that 41reef to the west angle of the Watch-house allot- ment, again on the south east by 1 chain 2 links borth-easterly along that allotment, again on the .outh west by 70 links south-easterly also along tk«t allotment...
TICKET-OF-LEAVE MUSTER. City of Hobart Town, 6th Oct., 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
TICKET-OF-LEAVE MUSTER. City of Hobart Town, Bth Oct, 1815. Notice is Iicreby given, that the next Muster of Ttcket-of-Lcavc holders residing In thc District of Hobart Town will take place on Sunday, thc 2nd day of November next, at the Police Office, Hobart Town, at 10 o'clock A.M. From this Muster no Tickct-of-Leave holder must be absent without the special permission of the Comptroller-General. JOHN PRICE, Police Magitlrate. I
RESULTS OF THE NEW ZEALAND DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
RESULTS OF THE NEW ZEALAND DEBATE. A fuller House has voted on Mr. Charles Butler's motion than on any question that has been submitted to the Commons this session except in tho Maynooth grant. Tho ratio of the minority to the majority is greater than it has been in any division ex- cept that on Mr. Roebuck's motion for im- proving the Income-tax. Ministers tnado Mr. Butler's motion a personal question as to Lord Stanley ; and his Lordship has es- caped by a narrower majority than did Sir James Graham on tho letter-opening ques- tion. Government has been thus hard run in spite of large concessions. Every point for which Lord Stanley has pertinaciously bat- tled during his protracted controversy with tho New Zealand Company, has been ex- pressly or virtually concealed by his col- leagues. With the exception of Captain Rous, not one speaker substantially blamed the New Zealand Company ; Sir James Graham was as encomiastic of its conduct as Mr. Ellice. The Premier and the Home Secretar...
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
LAUNCESTON. AIUIIVALS. October. 20.-Schooner Minerva, 110 tons, ,7ns. Fawthrop, roaster, from Portland Hay; Henty and Co., a ccu ts. Passengers-Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Claston. October 20.-Brig Swan, 1-19 tons, Hell, master, from Port Phillip; Jas. Raven, usent. Passen- gers-Mr. Rochford, Miss Recd, Mr. C Royd, October 20.-Cutter William, 33 tons, H. T. Cole, master, from Adelaide and Port Albert ¡ ti. Fisher, agent. Passengers-Mr. George Lukin, Mr. lUechmcrc. DEPAKTUIIES. October 17.-Brig George Otis, 17t tons, I Manson, master, for Limn; Kerr, llogle nnd Co., agents. October 18.-Brig Julia, 110 tons. Tullock, mnster, for Port Phillip; Henty and Co., ngents. Passengers-Jumes Henty, Esq., S. Bryan, Esq., Charles Huntingdon, Jnmes Kerr, Sarah Kerr, and two children, Mrs. Evans and two children, Robert Phair. October 20.-Barque Fortescue, 305 tonsi G. B. Pcllatt, master, for Sydney. Passengers-E. H. Colemun, Esq., Mr. Wallinger. j October 22.-Schooner Oratara, 91 tons,'Jacks, mnster, for N...
ENGLISH. CHALLENGING A MEMBER FOR FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
ENGLISH. CHALLENGING A MEMBER FOR, FREE SPEECH. In the House of Commons on Mondny, Mr. Roebuck drew attention to a qucstiou not only relating to him personally, but nffecting also thc privileges of thc House. " Honorable members will perhaps bear in mind what occurred in thc debate of Fri- day last. On Saturday, n enrringe drove np to my door, and the following letter was delivered to my servant: " Reform Cluli-liouse, 14th June, 1845, Six o'clock, p.m. " Sin,-Unfortunately I was not in the House of Commons last night when you spoke in com- mittee on thc Irish Colleges' Hill. If I hail been present, thc necessity of addressing a letter like this, which is one of enquiry, could not have arisen. lint, having been absent, I nm compelled to resort to thc newspaper reports of thc proceedings which took place, and of the language used ; and I beg, in the first instnncc, to ask you, if the following words were spoken by you, or words to thc same effect? 1 This consideration might have lcd ...
A TEETOTAL FRIGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
A TEETOTAL FRIGATE. THE United States frigate Cumberland is a cold water ship. Thc two last rum drink- ers left it November 3rd, and the com- mander, encouraged by the comfortable state of thc crew, and the unexpected success of the temperance measure on board, shortly after discharged the alcoholic burden which had long encumbered the holds. In a Íictition sent to Congress, praying the abo ishment of the spirit portion of the navy ration, they say :-'* We have satisfied our- selves, from a year's experience of the tem- perance system on board of this ship, that grog is not necessary to the performance of our duties, in point of health, comfort, and happiness." Thc petition is signed by the commander, many of the officers, and. two hundred and fifty of the ship's company. Printed and published by WILLIAM PRATT, &lt;37, Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town, for the Propri- etor, Jon.v FREDERICK HALLER, of Devonshire Terrace, Mclville-strcet, and the Old Wharf. Published also nt the ...
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
S U P R E M E COUR T. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His HonoMr. Justice Montagu, and a Civil Jury. THURSDAY, 23RD OCTOBER, 1845. Thirteen male, and two female prisoners, were placed at the bar this morning ; and the trials commenced as follow : Richard Cautlin, Samuel Martin, Edward Scho- field, and Edward Coombes, were charged with robbing, on the 21st September, one John Devlin, at Bagdad, putting him in bodily fear of his life, and stealing some flour, pork, a pair of spectacles, and other articles his property. The prisoners, who are quite young men, had absconded from a government gang, and between six and seven o'clock on the day in question (a Sunday) they came to the prosecutor's house, he and his wife were in bed, and demanded rations and clothing, saying at the same time, that they were " bolters." They were rather particular in their demand, asking for some flour, meat, tea, sugar, salt, pepper, and soap, also some wearing apparel ; one of the men kept guard at the door while...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE[?] 14th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 14M October, 1815. Notice is hereby given, tbnt the following Claims for Grams will be ready for examination, by the Commissioners unpointed fur that purpose, upon or immediately after thc 11th day of December next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must bc entered. Ellen Blackmore, Hobart, Buckingham, In. lr. 2Sp" (part of 100 acres originally located to Edward I,ord, and sold lintier a decree of the Su- preme Court, when applicant became the pur- chaser.) Hounded on the north east by (i chains .12 links south-easterly ulong Anglesey-street Irom thc Hobart Town Kivulet (crossing a mill-race), nu the south cast hy 2 chains 1!) links south- westerly ulong un allotment occupied by or be- longing to Thomas 'William Ilirch, on the south west by lt chains Í) links north-westerly also along au allotment occupied by or belonging to thu aforesaid Thomas William Birch (crossing the before-mentioned mill-race) to thc Hobart Town Rivulet aforesaid, and t...
JOHN HEKI THE NEW ZEALAND WARRIOR. [From the Port Phillip Herald.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 October 1845
JOHN HEKI THE NEW ZEALAND WARRIOR. [From the Port Phillip Herald.] We take the following: interesting extract from a letter written by Mr. James Bushy, formerly Her Majesty's Resident in New Zealand, to Mr. G. W. Hope, Under Secre- tary of State for the Colonies. The letter is dated "Strand, 17th January, 1845," and consequently was written beforo the late at- tacks of the British forces on Heki's pah. &nbsp; How prophetic is Mr, Busby's concluding remark at Heki's influence if pushed by the Government too far : " I was a witness (says Mr. B) to the baptism of John Heki anti his children about six or seven years ago, and his fast-flowing tears on that occasion showed how keenly he felt the solemnity of that sacrament, and the obligations it imposed. It is impossible for me to believe that he was at that time otherwise than a sincere anti intellig-ent con- vert; anti though I liavo since heard actions imputed to him inconsistent with thc Chris- tian profession, I have no dill...
ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
HOADS' OFFICE. CM October, 18-15. UF.l'AIR AND MAINTENANCE Ol' MAIN LINE Ol' HOAD. Notice ia hereby given, that Tenders will be received nt this Oflicc, until the "th Novembar, ut 12 o'clock, for thc rcpnir nnd maintenance of thc following portions of thc Main Linc of llond between Ilobnrt Town nnd Launceston, for ti pcrid of One Year from the acceptance of the Tentlers. A separate Tender will bc required for every portion : 1. From thc first mile stone on the New Town llond, Ilobnrt Town, to tl c llridgcat Kensington. Distance about I miles. 2. Fruin thc liridge at Kensington to thc Bridge- water Vcrry. Distance nliout six und nhulf miles. 3. From the Bridgeniter Ferry to thc 15th milestone. Distance about four miles. .I. From thc 10th mil&lt;-stone to thc 20th mile- stone. Distuncc live lures. A. From thc 20th nilc-stonc to thc summit of Constitution Hill. Distance about five und a half miles. 0. From thc summit of Constitution Hill to thc Station nt thc Lovely Banks. Dist...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FATAL ACCIDENT.-On Wednesday aftcrnoot, Mr. Peter Gardener, formerly Dispenser nt Mt Dc In Hunt's, mid subsequently nt Dr. Howe*;, wns drowned in the Derwent, under the followin; circumstances. Thc dny being very warm, lu went to the Domain to bathe ; and, after being ii the river n few minutes, he was observed to be using considerable motion, ns if he was exercising himself in thc water : he was soon after missed* und, a search being mnde, his body was fount; near the spot where he was hist seen in thc river ; it was conveyed to the Colonial Hospital to awai:i a Coroners* Inquest, which was held yestcrdnyj and of which we shall give a report in our next! Mr. Gardener, we he ur, was subject to lits, so tba j it is probable that either a fit or an attack ol j cramp lcd to the fatal catastrophe. ; PUIRST-Priest has been reprieved, and Uni necessary intimation to that effect has been tran sJ milted to Launceston. FORMS FOR PUHMCANS.-From what occurred in the Council...
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, OCT. 31. THE CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
THE OBSERVE! HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, OCT. 31.1 TIIK CUISIS. WK have no space for comments ; lmtjwc nsk every man to review for himself thc proceedings of the Council, reported input columns. Thc summary of «lint is tjerc reported, muH of what remains for our text publication, is, that every motion desired to elicit explanations as to thc expendi ire of thc Government, has been lost hy he Governor's two rotes; that every efnrt made to relieve thc colony from the must burden of police, judicial, and gaol expn diture for British purposes, lins been ist hy the tiro rotes of one who lins him elf proclaimed the fact of thc injustice in tjirs tiou ; that nearly every motion for inquiry, explanation, or redress, has brought upon the head of thc mover from Sir Eardley, imputations dishonourable to him as a pri- vate individual and n Member of Council ; that the result of a few days' proceedings has been almost necessarily to convert every opponent, on public grounds, of the Govern- ment, into n...
CUSTOM HOUSE. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
CUSTOM HOUSE. IlOÜAnT tors. I Return of Grain anti Flour imported and ex- ported at the Tort of llohnrt Town, during thc week ended2Ith October, ISIS,inclusive: IMI'OIITS. Maize . 429 bushels. inc TOUTS. Oats. 52 bushels. Flour . 5S tons. Return of Groin and Flour imported nnd ex- ported nt thc I'ort of Launceston, during thc week ended 23td October, 1815, inclusive : IMPORTS. A*i/. RX TORTS. Oats. 2S2 bushels. Flour . 42 tons. 1 _ G. H. BARNES, C.nVnrtnr _
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
SHIP MAILS. For Sydney, per Equestrian, to-morrow, at 4. r.M. precisely» For London, viii Sydney, per Equestrian* ditto. For Sydney, p*r Castle Eden, on Monday next, at 4 P.M. precisely. For Adelaide, per Royal Archer* on Tuesday next, nt 4 r.Nf. precisely. For S.vnn River, via Adelaide, per Royal Archer, on Tuesday nexr, at 4. r.M, precisely.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 25, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 25, 1815. The Licutennnt-Govcrnor has been pleased to direct the publication, for general information, of the Return of the nggregatc average amount of the Weekly Liabilities und Assets of the Bank or Aus. tralasia, within the Colony of Van Diemen-» Land, from the M th April, 18«, to tho 13th October, 181/i, inclusive. Hy Ilia Excellency's Loimnnmi, J. E. BICHENO. Half-yearly Return of the aggregate average Amount of the Weekly Liabilities and Assets of t he Hank of Australasia, within the Colony of fan Die men's Land, from the Uth day of stpril, IS IS, to the 13th day of October, J 815, inclusive. £ i. d. Bills in circulation not bearing in- terest .... 5,123 13 1} Notes in circulation not bearing iii trrMit .... 1(!,300 3 10} Cash deposited nut bearing interest Ü7,101 '1 "1 Casli deposited bearing interest 3,54" 10 jj Total Liabilities - £122,081 ll 111} ASSETS. £ J. rf. Gold, Silver, and other Metals iï!),08l 2 3 Landed Prop...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 30th OCTOBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
áfclnrltttsí. 11 o B A UT Tows, 30th OcTonF.n, 1813. Wheat. 4 s. Sd, to fis. per bushel. Harley. -is. fid. ditto« Oats. 4s. ditto. Maize. 3 s. fid, ditto. liny, pressed .. .-?3 10s. per ton. li'itto, loose.. .. X3 ditto St mw . £2 ditto. Potatoes. Xi to £ i 10s. New Potatoes .. 2Jd. per lb. Oreen Peas .... ls. 3tl, per peck. Carrots.. 3s. per doz. fes. Dd. ditto. Cabbage. ls. (id. ditto. CaulHlowers .. ls. Gd ditto. Onions, ...... 20s. cwt. Fowls. 2s. 9d. to 3s. per pair. l)ucfcs ........ 4s. (Jd. to 5s. ditto. (¡cese. 4s. each. Turkeys . 4s. fid. ditto. liutter. ls. 3d. lb. Apples. 14s. per bushel. Shingles . 4s. fill, per thousand. Sawn timber .. 4s. fid. per 100 feet. Posts and rails.. 22s. ditto. Paling . is. Cd. to 5s. ditto. She oak . 4s. fid. per ton. Cum. 3s. fid. ditto. Port Arthur coals I ts. ditto. Sydney diito^. JWs^littjn_
ROADS' OFFICE. 14th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
I HOADS' OFFICE. I M/A October, 1810. I lotice.-Conditions for keeping thc Main Linc of loud in travelling repair may bc seen at thc uncr-mcntioncd places, and at this Office : Bridgewater Road Station. Bagdad ditto. Picton ditto. Green Ponds' Police Office. Brighton ditto. Oatlnnds ditto. Campbell Town ditto. Antill Ponds' Road Station. Boss ditto. Cleveland Hiring Depot v Kerry's Lodge Hoad Porty. . Launceston Police OHice, FiiED. FORTH, , Director-General nf jioadu.
ROADS' OFFICE. 18th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
ROADS'OFFICE. 181A October, IS 15. REPAIR AMD MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. H Ith reference to the Conditions referred to in the Notices from this Office, dated the Otli and Hth instant, parties desirous to tender for kerpin the Hain Linc of Road in travelling repair are in- formed, thnt Tenders will not be nccepted for a period less than twelve months; and that the pur- tles tendering will not be subjected to a notice of three months rendering the ajrecmcnts null and void, as is set forth in thc Hth paragraph of con- ditions adverted to, and which paragraph ishcrcbv now rescinded. ' FRED. FORTH, Director. Generaí of Hoads.