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Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

ítlíSctlIniifoiiíS êljippiiig;. The Pihua /Intuía, arrived at Tah!<í llav from Portsmouth on th« rilli April, ami saile.l 'on the lilli for Swan Uiver. Tho Eleanor, from Sydney, arrived at Gravesend on I Util ol' Jone. Tho Thomas Lowry, for Sydney, was to sail on thc 1st .Inly. Thc Enmore, was Hillier engagement willi the New Zealand Company to sail on tho Mill June. The llewartl for Port Phillip, was to sail at thc same time. The Symmetry, for Adelaide, to sail on tho 20th June. ? The Auriga was laid on for Hobart Town. Thc Templar was laid on for Adelaide. The John H'oadall was to sail for Sydney on the 15th Julv. The Consli/n/ionnel states that the Seine cor- vette is to sail shortly tor Tahiti, with 200 soldiers on hoard. Another* body, already sent out, was to supply the losses occasioned by the combat of Mahuhena. Tho present body is tn lie a supple- mentary force. After having left these men nt Tahiti, the Seine is to proceed to relieve the Ithin, employed in prote...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. Nil. DEPARTURES. Nil. IMPORTS. Vessels reported inwards during the week. Nil. EXPORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. Nil. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. A'//. nKPAiiToniîs. Ml. 1M PORTS. / 'rsstí.i reported inwards during Ihn week. Ml. EXPORTS. Vessels reported outwards during thc week. Mt. VESSELS IN" IIARIIOUR. lïarque 'Elizabeth nnd Jane, luid tt[> . lirnwcn, loading for London ling.. Annuity, loading for Bourbon . ¡Mdff Mary Pelham, indefinito. Schooner Minerva* for I'ortlund ltav, to sail this day . Mercan/, for l*ort Fairy Cutter H'illiam, still under seizure by II. M. Customs

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE GAZETTE. AUDIT OFFICE. 25th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

THE GAZETTE. AUDIT OFPICK. .J.ïth October, 18 M. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sont tn tin Colonial Trcnsury for Payment, between thc 18tl of the current month anti this date : Tito Attorney-General, travelling expenses W. Gray,-transport W. Pender, a punt W. l'rappell, transport T. Tilley, Stores I. Regan, ditto W. P. Kay, travelling expenses K. Powell, ditto W. Kiii<r, a boat H. Cleburne, stores W. Sorell, witnesses' expenses A. C Stonor, ditto The Rev. W. Richardson, { ''X""^ """Se' The Kev. I',. 1. Pogson, aid In Sunday School The Kev. W. !.. Gibbon, ditto I. Wright, furniture C. Hall, repayment T. Chambers, ditto G. Collat, iransport I. Clark, provisions I. Johnson, tea, S.e. I.. Williams, forage I. Thomson, clothing Tl. Warren, bookbinding T. Ilarlmlth', stores W. Hamilton, ditto T. Price, furniture I. Turvey, firewood The C. P. Magistrate, travelling expenses. I. .Martin, meals, Sc. G. Woodward, surveying I!. K. Burnett, ditto W. P. Kny. to pay wages, S.-c. I. D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

FEMALE HOUSE OF CORUECTION, 1IOKAKT TOWN. State nf thc Female House of Correction at Hobart Town, 2lth October, 18-15 : Under colonial sentence - - - 1S2 Free women. IC Untier separate uysicni - 85 Nursing children ß Sick in hospital 12 Invalids ------ 2 Servants, turnkeys, &c. ... 8 Ditto to olliccrs of Institution 3 Total number nf women - - 311 Children under two years of age G Women at the Nursery, Dynnyrne - 55 Children nt ditto nuder one year of agc 32 Ditto nbove ditto 55 Total number of children 87 JOHN HUTCHINSON, Superintendent,

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROADS' OFFICE. 24th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

ROADS' OFFICE. 2 IM October, 1815. NOTICE.-Tenders will be received nt this Ofliee, until li! o'clock on Wednesday, thc 12th November next, for supplying thc Ferry ut Rest- down with (iure freshwater. Two hogshcuds tobe delivered weekly. The Tenders to state the price per hogshead. The covers of the Tenders to bo superscribed, " Tenders for supplying thu Ferry nt lU'sdowti with fresh Water." Fuen» FoiiTir, Director-General of Heads,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

F RM A LH HOUSE OF COIUIECTION, LAUNCESTON. Suite of thc Female House of Correction at Launceston, 2.'ini October, IS 15 i Untier colonial sentence . - -35 Free women . - ... 4 Under probation 12 Solitary confinement 3 Nursing children - 25 Sick in the hospital .... I) Servants, turnkeys. Ste. ... 8 Ditto to officers of Institution 2 Total number of women - - 08 Children limier one yeir old 20 Ditto above ditto .... 12 Total number of children - 32 A. MCLEOD, Superintendent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu, and a Civil Jury. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25TH, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

S U P lt E M E COU It, T. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu, and a Civil Jury. SATUIMIAY, OcToiiEn 25TH, ISIS. John Ihjicaltr wns charged with the wilful mur- der of (Miarles Jordan, by stabbing him in the belly with a knife, on thc 1st September, nt Mrs. llennison's residence ia Mnequnric-street. Mr. Ilrewer defended thc prisoner. The fncts of this case will be collected from the Attorney-General's opening address to the jury, which wns to thc followiiigcfTect ; nil thc witnesses we may observe having been previously directed to leave the Court: Thc learned gentleuinn observed, that ns there wns now no eye living who witnessed the transac- tion, thc evidence submitted to the jury would bc necessarily circumstantial. The circumstances of the en»e worn thean- Almut niue o'cluek on the night ia question, Charles Jordan went into thc garden to cut sonic vegetables ; he lind been ab- sent about ten minutes, when eries of murder were benni, nnd n gentleman iinmed S ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE have pnpcrs from tliis colony to thc .Ith October. News lind reached Adelaide of the offer of the New Zealand Government to Captain Grey, whose prospective re- moval was viewed with general regret. It appears that some time previous Governor Grey had represented to the Colouinl ottíoo his desire, on nccouut of his own nnd' his Indy's health, to be removed tn a less warm climate, and the change about to bc made is thc unlooked for result. There is some talk of Mr. Hutt, of Western Australia, who some time resigned his government there, being the successor of Governor Grey. l'a RT ESSINGTON.-Thc Inst accounts from Port lissington via Singapore, state that U.M. barque Royalist had arrived at Singapore, three of her commanding olliccrs having gone to their last home within one year, namely, Lieutenant Clictwode, who died on the 15th September, 184,'i, nt Port Essington ; neting Lieutenant Wells, who died on thc 18th May, 18-14, at Uanda, one of the Spice Islands ; an...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
REPORT OF THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MISSIONARY SOCIETY, (AUXILIARY TO THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

IIEI'OIIT OF THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MISSIONARY SOCIETY, (AUXILTAKY TO THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY). THE Committee of the Van Diemen's Land Missionary Society, in presenting tho pre- sent report, feel much pleasure in recording the cheering- results of the visit of the Mis- sionary ship John ll'iUinms, and the attend- ance of the Rev. Messrs. Heath, Powell, Sunderland, and Gill, nt the last Anniver- sary. The contributions received on that occasion enabled your Committee to remit to the Treasurers of the London Missionary Society tho sum of £100, including a dona- tion of £5, from Mr. Facey for the China Mission, the receipt of which has been duly acknowledged. Tho Directors express their deep sense of the liberal spirit thus display- ed by tho friends of Missions amogsl us. It is, proper, however, to notice, that, in addition to pecuniary contributions, much valuable aid was afforded hy the friends who supplied various articles for thc use of the Missionaries, and those amongst who...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

FOR LAUNCESTON. . rilli Ii regulnr trader VANSITTART, y/Q-Çl-y^ JL George l'ilt, master, now lond S^>AV-»!TT inir. wili sail on Tuesday next, thc ^..^vi.ijk.a .nj, November, 1845. D M...1)Knsl>N. Oct. :u, is is. Gardener's amt Amateurs' IIOSTIOUITÜRAL SOCIETY. IT a Meeting held on Wednesday Evening at il. the Derwent Hotel, Murray-street, thc Rules id Keirnhuioiis of thc Society were drawn up and issed, and a Committee nppointcd to carry them inio eifert, mid the l'irst Exhibition to tulse pince at thc Regatta, on Wednesday, Dec. :). 18 Ki. T. LII'SCOMIII:, Srvrvfniy. Oct. 31, 1SIÖ. To persons requiring FILES. Til MAPl'IN informs all persons rctptiring J . l-'iles, that lie bas commenced rc-eiitliiig Files of all kinds, which renders them cquul to new at little more than half the original cost. T. M. also makes small Kites of every descrip- tion at a few hours' notice. T. MAI'IMN, linthurst-strcet, (Two doors from Eli/ubolh-sircct.) Oct. .11, 1815. Wanted to lient. A HOUSK, co...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

POUT rniLLH1. ENGLISH SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING AS- SOCIATION.- A new company fur purchasing mineral land«, und carrying on mining opé- rations in Son I (i Australia, nilli n capitol, it is believed, of £200 OOO. lind been suco'ss lully estnblised in London at tho dato of tho latest advices. Tho fnlldwinir Hoard of Di- rectors for London anti Adelaide, liad been already registered in term« (if lim Act nf Parliament i-D,rectors-Grout Britain.-S. J. Capper, E-i|. ; Alderman Copeland, M P.; lienjainin Green, E-q., M.P. ; Eil* urti Hagen, Esq ; John Mastorninn, jun., E<q , M P. Smith Australia.-G. A. Anstey, E-q.; Jilin Hakcr, Esq.; Jacob Iliiirin, E-q., M.L.C. ; anti Capt. John Hart.-Gazette and Heilster.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOHER 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOHER 28TH. Present-all the Members, except Mr. O'Con- nor. Thc Clerk opened the business of the Council by rending thc petitions from the inhabitants of the Districts of Illawarra, Carrick, Avoca, Little 11,-mipdcn, and Hndspcth, praying for assistance to establish Schools, «ntl from certain Jurors in thc District of Oatlands, praying to he relieved of their (huies ns Jurors in certain eases, presented by Mr. Dry on Friday Inst. The Chief Justice then rose and snid that he lind two petitions to present-one from thc Bishop of Tasmania, which set forth that petitioner had heard that a motion lind been made in Council to extend to thc clergy of the colony a taxation re- quired to mnintaiu the other establishments, and that, as proposed, that taxation would full more heavily upon thc clergy than upon any other hotly. That thc proposed withdrawal of forage money from the clergy, would cripple them in the execu- tion of their duties. That ninny of thc cler...

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PUBLIC MEETING OF THE V. D. LAND MISSIONARY SOCIETY (AUXILIARY TO THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

PUBLIC MEETING OF THE V. D. LAND MISSIONARY SOCIETY (AUXILIARY TO THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.) THE Public Meeting of the members and friends of the London Missionary Society took place on Monday evening last in the Independent Chapel, Brisbane-street, and was numerously and respec- tably attended. . The gallery was occupied hy a large number of children, who seemed to take great interest in the proceedings. The business of the Meeting was opened by n hymn, which 7,-os given out by the Rev. F. Miller, followed by an impressive prayer, offered by the Rev. .1. Lillie. The Rev. N. Turner was called to the chair, and in a brief opening address assured the audience that although be belonged to another section of the Christian Church tbnn that which they were as- sembled to ndvocntc, he yielded to no mnn in fer- vour and devotion in the great nnd uniform pur- pose for which they were assembled, nnd he would say to them in the words of St. Paul, " Cirace be with all those who love thc Lo...

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TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. 1. The Contractors to fi ntl thc manual labour, ool>, materials, nutt cartage, as well a» all other equisitcs fur thc full completion of their respective Contracts. 2. The Contractors will obtain, through the Di eelor-Gcneral of Hoads such powers as ure vested u that officer hy the Road Act, to emthle them to .titer upon private and uncultivated lands (conti- guous to the Main Line of Hoad), for the purpose »f procuring materials necessary for tile repairs of he road. See the 12th Section of Hoad Act. X In the event of the Contractors being com- piled tu enter upon private lauds fur materials, hey will he required, as directed hythe (he 13th Section of the Hoad Act, to till up, ur in other re meets to render secure, nil pits or quarries that may he opened or used hy them« 4. AU fences \akcn down by the Contractors, in in tho prosecution of the repairs of the road, must invariably be put up again as often as shall he reípiired, to prevent the t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 21st October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 21«/ October, 1815. NOTICE is hereby given, that tho following Claims for Grants will be ready for Examination, hy the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately lifter the 21st day of December next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must he entered. Thomas Yardley Lowes, Suburbs of Hobart Town, 7a. 3r. lp.-Hounded on thc south cast hy l l chains ¡12 links north-easterly along an allot- ment located to John Uiddlestone commencing nt the west angle thereof on Argylc-strect, on the north cast hy 5 chains 51- links north-westerly along Park-street, on the north west by 13 chains 31 links south-westerly along crown land to Argyle-street aforesaid, thence on the south west hy + chains 15 links south .easterly along that street to the west ungle ol' the Watch-house allot- ment, again on thu south east hy 1 chain 2 links north-easterly along that allotment, again on the south west by 70 links south-easterly also along that allotmen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GAZETTE. TICKET-OF-LEAVE MUSTER. City of Hobart Town, 6th Oct., 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

THE GAZETTE. TICKET-OF-LEAVE MUSTER. City of Hobart Town, 6th Oct., 1813. Notice is hereby given, flint the next Muster )f Ticket-of-Leave holders residing in thc District if Holmrt Town will take place on Sunday, thc -.'id nay of November next, at the Police Ollue, Hobart Town, at 10 o'clock A.M. From this Muster no Ticket-of-Lcnve hohl:r must be absent without the special permission of thc Comptroller-General. JOHN PHICE, Police Magistrate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

POR LONDON. A REGULAR TRADES, -ä^jtvi THEA ITcak Ship CALCUTTA, *£/jttp$*trt Burthen per Register 484 tons, has ^?«.^tew?"" 'lcr ''eni' "^'S'1' engaged. l''or freight of wool or passage, apply to ll. C. Ross, Commander, or to THOMAS BROWN. New Wharf, "1 October 17,1845./ FOIl SYDNEY. THE fineFirst-i-lassShipiJyHfJtrinii, t SOI tons, J. L. Spence, Commander, [now loading, has splendid accommo i-UaUou far l>...out!a»,'oiU«oil ou O». turduy next. For freight or passage apply on board, or to DUNCAN M'I'HKUSON. Stone Buildings, Oct. '27> To Whalers. Boyd Town, Twofold Boy, New South Wales. SHU'S cnn refresh or refit nt this Harbour, free of all Port Charges, ¡v¿? Pilotage, &c, and can obtain wood, -^j^^JtSJ water, fresh and salt provisions, ve- getables, ship chandler)', stores and slops of every kind and description : and, if required, thc service of experienced shipwrights and boat builders up- on thc most reasonable terms. Cbc (Scncrnl SUeçriôtrp <£>flïcc. ...

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HIRING DEPOT. ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

H HIING DUI'OT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. Number of WornT for disposal in ilic Hiring Dépôt, on tile 23rd October, 1815 : lu thc 3rd class. JS 2nd class .... 8 1st class ..... I Total. 27 Received from Témale House of Correction 8 Ditto from private service 6 Total. ll Discharged to private service . - ll Ditto to Female House of Correction - 1 Ditto to Ticket-of-Leavc 1 Total. 13 /

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

Snipping ïntrlUgriiir. HOBART TOWN. Aim! VALS. October 2S.-Schooner Sister*, 131 tons, Clnrk, master, from Port Phillip, loth October, with cat- tle ami sheep. Passengers-Lieut. Ilorrison, W. Williamson. October 2S.-Schooner John ami Charlotte, 0.1 tons, Patterson, master, from Port Albert, I7th October, with cattle anti sheep. Passenger W Higginson. October 'JS.-Schooner Agenoria, 107 tons, llentlev, master, from Port Albert, with cul tie anti sheep." Passenger-Mr. M'AIIistir. Octoher 'Jil.-Schooner Flymy Squirrel, 80 tons, Thoms, master, from Port Phillip, 17th October, with cattle and sheep. October '.ii).-Schooner David, 00 tons, Howden, master, from Port Phillip, 'J I til October, with cat- tle and sheep. Passenger-W. Johnson. Octoher .'10.- Schooner Lady Leigh, HS tons, Hood, master, from Nelson, New Zealand, 11 th October, with timber, oil timi hone.-Passengers Mr. Waters-, Mrs. Coolie, Mr. Brady, Mrs. Brewer and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Norris and chili), Mrs. Knot and child. Oc...

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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 28th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 2SM Octiihcr, lSló. Notice is hereby given, timt the following Claims for Grants will he ready for examination, hy the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 2Sthday of December n^st, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must he entered. John Leake, Wincanton, Somcrse*, -1.37a. (Part nf 21)00 acres originally Henry Jellicoe, and conveyed to L Montagu, C. Swanston, and others, under whom applicant claims.) Hounded on the south- western side hy .'17 chains north-westerly tn two hearing* ns now fenced nlnng a location to James R-inkin since granted to John Leake commencing nt the east annie thereof, on thc western side by 12Í) chains 20 links northerly in three bearings also nlnng that grant and along locations to Wi|. liam Milliken find David Murray respectively also granted tn the aforesaid John Leake to thu main road lending from tho City of Hobart Town to Launceston, on the north-east by 102 chains south- easterl...

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