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ENGLISH. MR. OAKELEY AND HIS DIOCESAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
ENGLISH. MR. OAKEI.EY AND HIS DIOCESAN. The I'useyite chiefs aro really very pro- voking people; for nothing is so magnificent as their professions, and nothing so shabby as their performances. One by one their finely blown bubbles burst ; and timo after tim« their courage, like Hub Acres', oozes out nt their fingers' ends when it is most wanted. Just as Mr. Ward, of Balliol, had roused to indiscretion the Protestantism of Oxford by his semi-Popery bravadoes, he set all the world a laughing by following thu good ex- ample set him by the object of his most in- veterate anathemas. Martin Luther, and marrying. In spite of all his fondness for Rome and for tho " Scarlet Lilly" who is supposed to dwell there, Mr. Ward had, it turned out at last, " no vocation" for her la- dyship's most cherished practice-celibacy. How could he-brought upas he had been ina church so lax, faithless, and hopeless, as the Anglican ! lt was not his-hut his church's weakness that in his caso lapsed into marri-...
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
HIRING DEPOT, RIUCKFIELDS. Return nf Women disposable at tho Hiring De- pot, Brickfields, on 23th October, 1815 : In thc 3rd class - .... 153 2nd class 03 1st class ----- 0 Total. 225 Received from private service - - 12 Ditto from Female House of Correction 13 Totnl. 25 Discharged to private service - .- 31 Ditto to their Tickcts-of-Leave - - 2 Ditto to Female House uf Correction - 1 Total. 34 C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent.
NEW ZEALAND. [From the South Australian Register, Sep. 24.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
¡ NEW ZEALAND. I [From the South Australian Rcgitter, Sen. 21 1 I The Palmyra from Nelson (lötli Au«t"\ with cargo nnd 95 passengers, nrrivcd°on Sunday, the 21st inst., bringing Nelson papers nnd advices to the Kith August. Of tbe passengers by the Palmyra0, 33 nre Germans nud 02 English. The Ger- man refugees have long been anxious to join their thriving fellow-countrymen in th¡s province. The state of finnnces and currency, as well as thc degree of efficiency and harmony which prevail nmongst the Government officials, mny he gathered from tile following letter nddrcsscd to the Editor of thc Arekon Examiner : Sut,-I wish to lay before the public through you, a case of great injustice. I wits yesterday ,'pnid n Government de- benture, of which the following is an exact copy : "NEW ZEALAND, "No. 4418 £\. ONE POUND. "On presentation nt the Colonial Treasu- ry nt Auckland, in New Zealand, on or after thc Tenth day of April, 184Ö, or on or niter such earlier day ns shall be fixed hy the...
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
THURSDAY, OCTOHER 30TII. On his Excellency taking his seat it was found, that Captain Fen lon and Messrs. Kerr, Dry, Kermode, and O'Connor were ahsent. The Council, consequently, could not proceed with the business of the day. Mr. Gregson said, that he wished to ex- plain thal the hon. members bad absented themselves to prepare a protest against the proceedings, which they would lay on the table the day following. It was to prepare this protest that the gentlemen had left the Council the previous day, and not from any desire to harrass the Governor. The Governor said he should not make any observation on ihe proceeding, but he would leave it to hon. members themselves to decide whether they had ever kno» n any hon. member to leave the chamber before the Governor rose from his seat. The Council was adjourned to this day, at one o'elock. Printed and published by WILLIAM PRATT, 67. Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town, for the Propri- etor, JOHN FREDERICK IIAI.I.KU, of Devonshire Terrace, Mcl...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 31 October 1845
«Ump-.i ll.'"!. MTT-I-ntr^-JI Ul IHM. .1 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIIER 29m. Present-nil the members except Mr. O'Connor. The Governor asked if lion, members had nny petitions to present. Mr. Gregson presented n petition from two gentlemen residing in the town (Messrs. Jackson and Addison) praying that a Bill respecting thc Titles to possession of Land, now before the Council, might ho sus- pended. The petition was received and read. Mr. Gregson also presented a petition from thc Licensed Victuallers of Hobart Town, praying to bc heard hy counsel on thc law requiring certain returns to bc fur- nished by them to thc Government. The Governor said he was not aware of any Bill before the Council, and thc. peti- tioners could not be heard against a Bill which was not in existence. The petition was received and read. Thc Governor offered a lengthy explana- tion oil allegations contained in thc petition, which he said he did not understand. Air. Gregson said that he did not iden-...
ROADS' OFFICE. [?]th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
HOADS' OITH'IÎ. 1 Uh IMiilirr, ISl.i. I Notice.-Conditions for keeping Hie Main Linc I of liuail in travelling repair may lie seen nt the i iiiiilcr-ineiitidued places, and at this Otliee : ! IVidgcwuter lïuad Stmion. Iln-ilnd ditto. l'ielon dino. Oreen Ponds' Police 0dice, llrighlon ditto. Oatlands ditto. Ctimphell Town ililto. Antill Ponds' Hoad Station. Poss ditto. Cleveland Hiring Dépôt. Kerry's hodge Knud Party. Launceston Police Oflicc, runt. l'OHTll, fih'prfur-i.'nwi'ní hf Homh:
THE CRISIS ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
THF, CUISIS AIUUVEI). THE crisis for which wc looked has nrrîvcil. Thc Legislative Council to every purpose of action is at this moment extinct, six mem- bers linving resigned seuls in it which they felt they could no[ longer hold without dis- honour to themselves and detriment to their adopted country. For this event the pro- ceedings of the session now suspended, must in some degree have prepared thc colony. As these proceedings exhibit thc immediate cause, «nd the justification, of tho course adopted by the retired members, let us re- capitulate their fentures. AVhcn in August Inst thc members of thc Legislative Council assembled they had be- fore them these strong facts :-Thc revenue of thc colony for the year 1813 was, inclu- ding the Lund Punt), .-£135,21)0 Ss. 2d, tlie expenditure .-fcM(iii,/¡fifi 12s. ; tho deficiency of revenue compared to expenditure .-£3 I,2!)y 3s. lOd. The revenue for the year 181-1 was, including thc Land Fund, .-£103,134 3s. i.,d.,ttheexpciuliture.-ei(...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1815. TltRASINIY HILLS. Notice is herrín' irhrii, that tenders will contî . n»c to he received as hitherto, nt thi* attire, every Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to lie drawn nt .in (lays' siej-.t on the Hight Honourable thc Lords Commissioners nf Her Majesty's Treasury, in exchange for British silver or gold; when those nt the most favorable rate, will, if approved, he accepted. On snell occasions however, as thc sudden de- parture of n vessel, by which remittances have to he made, special tenders will he received without reference to the particular day thus appointed for ordinary cases. The tenders fo he (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Bills," and to state the amount of c:u-h bill, together with the name of the party in whose favour it should be drawn. Gun. MACLEAN, Deputy Cnmmissary-Gciiern!,
ROADS' OFFICE. 6th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN LINE OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
HOADS' OITICK. «M Ocliihrr, I H I T.. UEPAin AN» MAINTI:NANI'I: or MAIN LIM: or IlOAO. Notice is hereby irjvcu, that Tenders will bo. received nt this (Mncc, until thc 7th November, ut 12 o'clock, for thc; repair ami maintenance of thc following portions ot' tIlL* ^1,im ,'iniî nf lîn!l11 between Hobart Town anti Launceston, fur a jicrid of One Vcar from the acceptance of the 'lenders. A separate Temler will lu: required for every portion : 1. From the first mile-stone on tim New Town Hoad, Ilohart Town, to the I »ridge at Kensington. Distance uhout I miles. 2. From the lindie at Kensington to tlie BridL*o waler Kerry. Distance about six and »half miles. :\. l'rom* the Bridgewater Kerry to the Killi milestone. Distance about four miles. ?1. K^m thc K>th mile-stone to Ibo 20th mile- stone. Distance live miles. ii. From the 20th mile-Mans to thc summit of Constitution Hill. Distance about live ami a half miles. ft. From the summit of Constitution Hill lo Iii ti Station at the lively...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
SHIP MAILS. For Melbourne, fier Clerrlnml, tins day, at 1 r.M. ¡ For Ailolaide, per Jloyel Archer, on Thursday ! nest, nt 4 r.M. precisely. | For S*an Uiver, v.fi Adelaide,prr Royal Arder, on Thursday next, nt 4. r.st. precisely.
IMPORTS. Vessels reported inwards during the week. Nil. EXPORTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
/ 'emil repart ed miamis during the treck. Nil. ExrortTS. Vntelt reported otttirnrda during the tceei. October 24.-Per llrig Amaury, fer Duurbon 9.Î00 bushels wheat, Vigniird. Oetiihcr 2,1.-Per lirig Swan, far Melbourne. fi cases wine, I. II. Campbell ; 41 lings oats, Hen- ty íi Co.; 50 cisks ale anil porter, M lons Hour, lohn Thompson ; 7 kegs, 1 cask nails, ll. Hop- kins; 71 hags oats, Janies Haven; I pkgo. sickles, O. [.'. dobie ; 1 keg bed screws, S. Harter; u'O hags flour, Scott; 1 hale slops, D »Sc S. llenjatnin; 3 cases ditto, Vinge: 4 boes Hour, Allen; 1050 paling, 1 horse, \V. Hell ; "lld bushels wheat, I. Allison; IO packages, looking classes; 1 case clocks, o' chests tea, Kitehie; !) horses, 8 hoad cat- tle, 3 nuns, 1 gig, P.. Ilryant; 1 horse, ll. Jones; 2 ditto, James Hamilton. October 2.Ï.- Per Schooner Minería, for Port- land Hay. 103 hues Hour, 1 cask pitch, 1 coil rope, 2 hales slops, 1 parcel nilzes, 3 cart boxes, 2 dozen till pots, 1 package saddles, íiüO broad pu...
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. Nil. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. MK DErAttTunr.q. October 21.-Uris; Amour;/, 21.. tote:, A. Vjg nani master, for Rnurhnu. V. W. Towoi, V, nconr. October 2./.-lirio- A/wn, 119 »&lt;>n«, Ki-Ih" master, for Melbourne, Jato»s Raven, a.^e-nt. Passengers -E. Hryant. I:,&lt;|.. ami la.lv, Miss liryaut, .Miss E. llryant. Mr. William Créant, Mr. M. I'.rvant. Master Cf-nrie llryant, Mr. anil Mrs. I!. C'liitty, Mr. C. l!»!.uison, .Mr. James Hamilton, .Mr. Southey, Mr. II.irri.-s, Mr. Brilon!, Mr. LVctham, aoil 12 in tbc steerage. October 2,».-Schooner Minerva. 11(1 tons, Jas. Fawthrop, master, for Portland Riv. Hentv ft Co.. nc-ents. p.1s«,.n¡r..rs-Mr. PurKriok, Mr. George Bennett, Mr. P. I'.wart, Mr. A. Horne, Mrs. Withins, Mrs. Claxton, ¡.din and Cii..r!otte Warren. 1
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. Thc OUSF.RVER will be delivered in Town every Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Comdr)/ Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from Launceston, thc Interior, or other places, on Chose days, will be posted in the evening. SrnscRTiTioN.-10.?. lier quarter in ad- vance ; 13s. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve lines and un- iter, 2s. (ir/., nnd 'id. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for an g length of time. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clock, and on Thursday till the same hour. Adver- tisers must state the number of insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other- wise they will be continual until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. Ko verbal communications attended to. %* COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to be addressed, or left at "THE OD SERVER" Office, (Mu. GEORGE KOL WK...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 3RD NOVEMBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
áKnrftctó. IIoiiAKT Tows, Situ Nnvr.MiiEn, 1815. There is still little nrtivity iii the grain market, though wc suppose tin; Commissariat tender for 111,01)0 luishcls wlioiit will impart more firmness to tile price of that groin. "Wheat. ls. Sd. per bushel. Hn.ley. ls. (id. ditto. Outs. ls. ditto. M ni/.c. .'is. fitl. tlitto. liny, pressed .. .Cl 10s. per ton. Ditto, loose.... .Cl ditto Straw- . .t'2 tlitto. Potatoc. .C l to X'l ins. New Potatoes .. 2 Jd, per lb. Orren Pens .... ls. 3d. per peck. Carrots. Iis. per doz. F.ge's. Pd. tlitto. Cabbage. ls. (id. tlitto. Catdiilowcrs .. ls. Cul tlitto. Onions, . 20s. e.vt. Fowls. 2s. !ltl. to Ms. per pair. Geese. ls. euch. Turkeys . ls. Cul. tlitto. Uniter'. ls. .'id. lb. Apples. Ms. per bushel. Shingles . 4s. (id. per thousand. Sawn timber .. 4s. fid. per 100 feet. Posts nnd rails .. 22s. ditto. Paling. 4 s. Hil. to 5s. ditto. She oak .ls. fid. per ton. (lum. Ms. (id. tlitto. Port Arthur coals 1 ls. ditto. Sydney ditto.... Ms. ditto. Spir...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 28th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
COMMISSARIAT Ol FICK. Hobm t Town, 2Klh October, 1R15. Tender.« ii» duplicate. will he received at this olhee, until 12 ..'clock on AWdnrsdny, tho Ililli Nnvenihor next, for tho snppív of almut 10,000 bushels of clean colonial WM MAT, of thc host qua- lity, free from smut, nuil sereiMicd previous to tiri i verv. lionels will he reijuired fur the due fulfilment of tin? contracts. Tenders to specify in words nt length at sn much per lOOIbs , and to he sigurd hy flin party willing to filter into a limul with the Contractor. The wheat to he drlivn-ed at iho Commissariat M rt gaz tites at (his station, within one month from tho d ue of the uotiüeaium of the tender hoing ac- cepted. (¡KO. MACU'.Ay, Deputy Commissary General,
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO rONTIlACTOItS. Hobart Town, Killi July, IR-lii. lYnucn is ii ere hy ejiven, timi tho following | stntidinu: rules must he invariably observed hy nil partie* wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Kvery Tender to he in duplirntr, scnlril, and endorsed on tite envelope, in accordance? with thc description of supply to which it refers. 2. Printed forms of Tenders can bc obtained nt the several Commissariat OlUces: and in every eas.- that will admit of it these must bc used ami signed by a responsible party ciiiragitn* to become surety for the due fullihuent of thc Tender if ac- cepted 3. Separate Tenders must be made to corres- pond with each ndvcrli.Nomcnt respectively, even in cases where they may be called for on thc same .lay. Ono. i%lAcr.KAîf, Deputy Cimunis^nry-fiencrnl.
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
,#Jj¡'l)jjtng întrUitjrnrc. HOIU11T TOWN. AltUIVAI.H. October .'in.-Schooner Adelaide, 10.*> Inns, Sen grove, muster, from Portland Illly '-!r»lli October, with tl) ltcnd of cattle. Passengers-Mr. Murray, I. Connor. October .11.-l'arque. Mutniishirc, 'MG tons, Smith, tnnstcr, from l'ottbmd Hay JSth October, with lilli beatl of cuttle. Passengers.- Jnmcs Kthvnrds, George Chmnbers. October .'ll.-SehoonerCA/rcncc. b7 tons. Archer, master, from Port Albert '-'Mb October, with 21 bend of cattle mid 10(1 sheen. November 2.-Schooner Isahella, "li tons, 'Wil- liams, lnuster, from Tort Albert 2Hth October, with cnttle mid sheep. November 2.-Schooner Lillias, fl? tons, Smith, mnster, from Port Phillip 2Sth October, with cattle and sheep. November 2.-Schooner Kayle, 92 tons, Marr, master, from Port Phillip 2yth October, with sheep. November 2.-Cutter llmjal William, -lñ tons, Lovett, master, from Sydney anti New Zealand. Passenger- Mr. Sing. »Ki'AitTcaits. October Ml.-Ilrig Louisa, 181 tons...
KITCHEN MESMERISM (From Hood's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
KITCHEN MESMERISM ( From I food's Magazine.) " Dear Mary,-This cums hoping1 yuro well, and to advise to lorn Mesmerising, Its dun with yure Hands, and is a» easy as taking ßites at Pepcl, or talking on yuro fingers. If I was nigh you I'd lam you in no time to mako Passes, which is only pawin like, with touchin at somebody's faco or back, which gives them a tittevating feeling on tho galvanic nerves. And then oil" they go into a Trance in a Gifiey, and talk in their Bleep like Oracles,, and an- swer whatever you ax.-Whereby you may get your Fortin told, and find out folks sweethearts and love secrets, And diskivcr Theaves better than by Bible and Key, And have yure inward Disorders told, and wats good for them. Sukey's was tho indigesti- bles, and to take as much rubbub as would hide a shillin. All witch is done by sombu list, that's tho sleeper, seeing through every think quito transparent in their Trance, as it is called Claro Voying, so that they can point out munny hid under tho ...