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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
TORT PHILLIP. Tug RRVRXUE.-The amount of revenue for the district of Port Phillip received at the Treasury for the quarter ending the 31st October, 184.5, «as £32,731 17s. 3d., the corresponding quarter of 1844 being £31,DOO 7s. 8d., showing an increase in favour of the last quarter of £S30 9s. 7d. P. P. Patriot. STATS OF THE COUNTRY.-By accounts re- ceived from a party who has been making a tour of forty miles round Melbourne, we are informed that the utmost activity is pre- vailing, the settlers being engaged either in washing or shearing sheep. Pasturage was most abundant, and thc sheep and cattle in n thriving' condition. The crops arc luxuriant, tho lato rains having fallen most seasonably. This account tallies with tho information wo have received from more distant portions of tho province, betokening that the present season will bo moro advantageous both to tho squatter and tho agriculturist, than nny pre- vious ono since the formation of the settle- ment.-Ibid, FRKSII BUTTKR...
ENGLISH. Debates and Proceedings in Parliament. [?]CAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
ENGLISH. ! Dcbntcö nirtJ JDroccrtinsä in JDnrlínmcnt. ! AC.X ll BM 1 CA 1- KPUCATIOX IV JUTLAND. *l IN tlic House of Couinions, on Mundar, Sir Janies Graham moved tlic Committee on tlic Colleges (Irclnml) Utill ; toking tlint opportunity to nnswer questions put on n previous evening, mid to explain some nlte riitions in the measure. Mr. Vernon Smith lind asked for whose benefit the measure ivas intended : Sir .lames replied, that it was intended for the mid- dle classes-for thc commercial, banking, and manufacturing classes of such towns as Cork mid Belfast, lind also /'or the gentry and lipper classes, by giving facilities to such as would (iud au academical education for their sous in Dublin inconvenient. Lord John Bussell hail asked how the money was to bc disposed of: the capital sum nf ..£'10,000, for each College, would bc laid out in the purchase or erection of thc ne- cessary buildings ; the .-C'7,000 yearly for each would ho thus distributed-" We contemplate a provision in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
FOR SYDNEY. -grît.-v TUE r.i-it-saiiins r-¡'j-.--.'-imUt Xm-UyH^f Ship, OA8TI.K EDEN, !¡31 lons, ^^#5&1c% John linker. L'ouiimnuhr, ».ll sail «tSe» on tin- 7.1. insta,,.. Fur passage ply to the Commander, or to DL'NOAN M'l'lICItSnN. Stone Buildings. N.B.-This Vessel will sail from Sydney _to C.d.iitt.i._ Please to liemeniter The Fiftli of rjovera'ocr. 1ENGLISH Fl UK WoliKs en SAM', nt T J UKOWNK'S STATIONEIIY V. VUE HOUSE, ol. Liverpool-street Stpiihs Crackers i'ntherinc wheels Blue lights Hornau candles Sky rockets Flower puts. ¿S';53Ñ &ÍV¿}S. IÉS 0m mu EEGÂTTA. rpIlE EIGHTH A N NI VIM ¡ S A KY lt E G A TT A, J. in comiucinorntion of thc discovery of tho Island of Vim Dienicn's Lnnd, will take place nt thu I'nvilion l'oint on Wcdncsduy, the ard De- cember, 1S1 Ii. UMiiciL TUC iMMCM.vri: I'ATHON.MÍI: ot sm JOHN E. EARDLKY-WILMOT, HART. COMMITTT.I: : Mr. Perry. " C. Sent. Downing,. Captain Moriarty, E.N. Jncoiuh. " Forster. Mr. Power. ff Kerr. " Morrison. " Chnpiunn. ...
TENDERS FOR REPAIRING THE MAIN ROAD. CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
TKNIiURS roil UKr.UntNO Til!; MUN KOA i). I. Tho Contr.iotors- :o fit.,', t'¡« i,r;iui:;l I.-,' ?"?? r,;Vú&lt;\n-s r"r tho tuM ciuon;^,,, (.f thdr'rcs'-JiV. .x ?-'omvaois. 2. The Contractors will obtain, tln-nugli thc Di- 1 I rcctor-fieiier.il nf Komis such powers ns aro vcsleil J in that ollieer hy Ihe Hoad Act, lo enable them to Í enter upon private anil tiucultivntcd lands (conti- } tritons to thc Main Line ol' linail), for the purpose £ ol' procuring materials necessary for tile repairs of > the road. See the 12th .Section of Hoad Act. I ¡1. In the event ol' thc Contractors lieinp; com- j. pellet! to enter upon private lands for materials, | they will bc rei]iiired, ns directed by tho the 13th j¡ Section of thc Road Act, to lill up, or in other re- il spurts to render secure, all pits or ipiurries that j may lie opened or used hy them. j .I. All fences taken down by the Contractors, in j in the prosecution of the repairs of the road, | must invurinhly be put up ngaill...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE OXFORD HERESY.—ST. LAURENCE'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE oxFoiiD III;III:SY.-sr. I,AUUUNM:I:'S cinntcii. WHEN the celebrated work (if tlic cider D'lsraoli came ont, ¡ls iiiain attraction was immediately appreciated. The " Curioshies of Literature" contained tho fccret history of so many cmiiiutit persons, and threw so strong a light upon the motives which led to the publication of hooks, that it fastened it- self almost instantly upon tim minds of that class of readers, which is fond of investigat- ing tho hidden springs of human conduct. In course of time New South Wales may have its D'Israeli, its prayer into odd corners and biddon nooks of uaditional history, lu thc absence of such un annalist, lot us pre- serve the history of the painted window ol' St. Laurence's new Church in Sydney. The reverend incumbent, anxious to ornament his new structure, set on font, it appears, some months ago, a subscription arnot.g-it his parishioners, lo procure from Kurland a painted window. Thu sum collected was handsome, ihe amount...
UNITED STATES. ARRIVAL OF THE "CALEDONIA". [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
UNIÏJJl) STATICS. ! ARRIVAI, or Turc " TALKIKIMA". I Liver/mot, Aluminy, Tho steam ship C.i letliinhi, Captain Scott, urrivcil herc this mnrninjr, bringing New York papers to the- ist instant, being- nine tlays later intelligence than previously received. Tho Ctiltihmin makes the passage under ten days from Ha- lifax. Thu CalviUmiu met the.IIUII'Hi, which left Liverpool on the IDth June,n'mut midway between Halifax und Muston. The only news of much interest in thc papers of this arrival is, the proclamation of President Anson Jones, of Texas, announcing- officially the proposition of Mexico to treat uncondition- ally as to thc independence of Texas, and ordering a cessation of hostilities tn conse- quence. The following; is a copy of thc document which was promulgated ut Washing-ton Texas, on the 4th June : A PROCLAMATION. " The Executive is now enabled to declare to the people of Texas, the actual state of their affairs with respect to Mexico, to thc end that they may direct and di...
ROADS' OFFICE. 18th October, 1845. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MAIN [?] OF ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
KUADS'UI TTClí. IS/// Odohor, IS 1.1. OK HOAD. Willi reference tn the Conditions referred to in Hie Notices from this Office, doted the Kt li and 1 Uh instant, partier, de'-irons to tender fnrkerping the Main Line ol' Knud in IrurrUimj repair ure in- formed, that Tenders will not he neocptcd for n period less than twelve months; and that the par- ties tendering will not he sulijicted to n notice of three mouths rendering Hie tigreements mill mul voiil, ns Is set fnrlh in the 1 Ith pnrngmpti nf ran- di lions tulverled lo, mid which purtujiaph isherehy now rescinded. I ur n. FORTH, _____ _ Hh-f/ur-Hrifrnl nf It'.mh.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.I FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 31. AU present except Mr. O'Connor. When the members, took their scnts the clerk rend thc Minutes, nnd his Excellency asked if hon. members lind nny petitions to present. Captain Fenton rose and presented a petition from Mr. Bligh, praying that the operation of thc Permit Act should bo restricted to thc sale of spirits only. The petition statetl that it hail never been acted on, and was eonsitlcretl obsolete. Thc petition was read nnd received. 'lite Census Bill was rend a third time nnd passed. Thc Bill to define thc offence of absconding by transported offenders was then brought under dis- cussion, nnd having been rend, (ns altered in com- mittee) by the Attorney General, some other alte- rations were made in it nt thc suggestion of thc Comptroller General, to render thc Hill more stringent in its operation towards convicts attach- ed to government establishments. Thc Hill was read the first time, and ordered to he read a se- cond time on Mond...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 25, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
íiOVKliNMKNT MÎT!CU. &lt; nltnnnl Serri /iir; s Oßrn, (Moller 2-j, 1 ii ( .Ï. inc liHMiii'iiuiil-i.iivoriiiir lias linn plea ail lo din rt lin? puHientimi, l'.>r gi IIIT.I1 inl'nriiintion, ol' tlio Holum of tho ftia.rF-.rai» .ivi ia.ro niiioinit nf tim V.-.-klv Liabilities and Assets ol'the Hank of Aus- tralasia, within tho Colony nr Yan I >iriucn's Land, fruin the I Uh April, lHl'.i, to thc Kith October, IS iá, inclusivo. liv His r.xiTllHHV-s Cninin.-unl, J. ii. »ICMK.NO. 'itf.iimrlti Itrtitrii rf Ihi'iuiiivrq^trnrrrnnn .-Initmnl &lt;,fil", W rrlih, I.M.Uilirt'r.ml A ml* ff ll,,-ll,ml; rf An-1, nl.isin. villiiu Iii.' ("hu,, nf I UM llir m,"S l.","l. /,;",, Iii- 1 \lh ,hn,'"r'.-lprU. 18 I."., I" tl,» VMIi ihiij if 'h-tn'.rr, 1,S t.ic/iiKa-r. X s. il. ¡its In circulation lint le-aringiti : res. .... J,l-i:; ia 1J nus i:i circulation rmi 1 caring hi t.r-st - Irt.nw; .1 lu; a-h deposited uni bc arin- internst !l?.l"4 -1 7] :.-!> depo-it. .! lio-riie- int. res: ...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 21st October, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
T II E GAZ E T T E j COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. j I Octnlirr, Il Ti. ! ! NOTICE is beretiv .rivoli, tlir-r tlx i' !!.,.-.in Claims f,.r Ornntswill !»? r, »! ; hr Kxriai:..;, licnil i liv til.- Commissioners appoint \l iV.r t!i;:r pi.f;».«.-, ' upon oriinnio.liatcty.-.i'i'Tthi- al ¡tclny oí' !>,v, ,"!,. r j next, on or before which da v air,' caveat or ci,unter ! i claim must l,e cntcre.l. ' | Themas Yardley Lowes, Suburbs of II- Lar ; ' Town. 7a. .Ir. -iV.- n-ituioVu nu li.c « ;;:!i v.-t 1"- , I l l chain:; 3:2 links north-ci.-.l.Tly alouj an aunt' munt located to Joint Hiddlestonc commencing nt tlic wcxt angle thereof on Argyle-strect, on the north cast by 5 chains SI links north-westerly along Park-street, on thc north west by 1,1 chains 31 links south-westerly along crown land to Argyle-strect nforcsaid, (hence on thc south west by i chains 15 links south-easterly along that street lo the west angle of thc Watch-house allot- ment, nguiu on the south east hy 1 chain 2 links north-e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
POU LONDON. A REGULAR TRADER. ?jÇ&4 tue a 1 T&lt;-'n,: Ship CALCUTTA, .aSSf^X^iBurthen per Register .18-1 tons, has ?^5$22£nSn" her dead weight engaged. For «S&í>é*z>r¿5e» freight of wool or passage, apply to R. C. Hoss, Commander, or to THOMAS BROWN. "New Wharf, "| October 17,1845. j* TOR LAUNCESTON. THE regular trader VANSITTART, George Pitt, master, now load- ing, will sail on Tuesday, thc ?ltli November, 1815. D. M'PnnnsoN. Crt. 31, 1S15. COc ißrncrnl îttçp'ôtr» tíPfltrr. l'or Governesses, Tutors, and Servants of all Classes, 1.1, LIVERPOOL-STREET. (All Letters to le I'ost-ptii&lt;l.J WANTED, by n steady Tree Female, n situa- tion as Cook or General Scrvnnt, in n sinai Family. Wages is not so much an object ns a quiet place. She will undertake a First-class Cook's situation. WANTED, by a respectable Free Female, n si- tuation ns Housekeeper, or to attend to an elderly Lady. No objection to assist iu the edu- cation of children, blended with ...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 28th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
COMMISSIONKItS' OITICK, 2SM Oct olin; IN 1.7. Notice is hereby given, Hint thc following Claims j for Crams will lie really fur examination, by tho Cumuli : inners ; >. ,¡ 111 c il for dint purpose, upon or ¡mimili.m ly after the 2Sth day of December lu-xt, no ur before whieli day any caveat or counter claim must he i mered. Ji.hn Lcako.W'mcnnlnn,Somerset, &lt;l3"n. (Tart of 2W'll acres originally Henry Jellicoe, and conveyed to I. Montagu, C. .Swanston, anil others, nuder whom applicant claims.) Iii,un.led on thc south- western side hy 37 chains north-westerly in two hearings as now fenced along a location to James U.nihill since granted to John Leake commencing ot lite cost atiplo thereof, on the western side hy l'J'' chains 21) links northerly in three hearings a!. :ilini;i that grant and along locations to V.'ii liam Milliken and David Murray respectively also granted to the aforesaid John Leake to the main lea I leading from the City of Unhurt Town to Lanni eston, on...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 29th October, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 4 November 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Iiiiiiart Town, 2!Uli Orlolicr, 18-15. Tenders will li« received at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, tho 12lh November next, for lite supply ol'snell quantities nf Vegetables ns may he require,! at New N'orl'ollc from 1st .Innuurv, next to .'Hst March, ItUfi-subject to thc comfi 'ions of the Annual Contracts, tis published in thc Coi..-.'«....-e-e-;- -7-1.....late 'Jib Jauunrv, 1815 I nc teinter to bc m duplicate, uiarKcii on the envelope "Tender for Vegetables." iii:-». MACf.r.AN't llrpnttj Vmmnlssary Gmvrnh
THE GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 27, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
THE GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 27, 18.13. Grants having been approved of by the Licut. Govcrnor in favour of the persons named in thc following Schedule ; and tile requisite instruments, having been upwards of twelve months ready for completion by enrolment, and for delivery on payment of thc nniounts due thereon to thc Crown, His Excellency has directed that it he notified, lsc. That unless such nmounts he paid into the Oflice of the Collector of Internal Hcvenuc before the 1st Jan., 18-18, thc instruments in question will on that day bc severally cancelled. 2nd. That His Excellency will submit to the Secretary of State n list of the Locations (if any,) the instruments now existing relating to the grants of which shall bo cancelled in pursuance of this notice, in order that His Lordship's decision may be obtained as to thc future disposition of thc land. 3rd. That thc instruments in question arc now in this Office, rendy for delivery on payment...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
j SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tm: proprietors of thc Monster Mine lind n meeting on Saturday last for the purpose of drawing lots for the respective divisions (the North, and the South) of thnt large property, when the northern portion, said to he the more valuable of the two, fell to the share of thc Hindley-strcct party, and thc southern to that of Messrs. Aston, Bagot, and their friends. The former (who have a subscribed working capital of ;£2.'i00) are making arrange- ments to commence active operations with- out further delay. Mr. J. B. Neales has already disposed of fifty tons of the ore, for shipment to Holland by thc Herjeehhoij llustomjee Patel.-Adelaide Observer, Sej> tcmber 27. WE are informed thnt n gentleman of considerable influence is about to submit to the colonists a proposition to form a com- pany for laying down a railroad from town to the port, ns a legitimate menus of invest- ing the sparc capital now lying idle, or which must shortly become so, by the pay- ment of the ...
Misc[?]ous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
íHitfftllnnroiifJ *Ijippítitr. The Corinthian has been 35 months from Ame- rica, and lias now "li board 700 barrels of sperm and 1730 barrels of black nil: KIIC left Sydney on the 2,ith September, LSI 1, with ««0 barrels uf sperm and JIJO barrels of black oil on board: Muee tliat time she has been fishingim theeoast of Kamt- schatka, and has touched herc to recruit, being homeward bound. The Marianne put into Jervis Hay on the 20th October, thc brig Grecian, from Hobart Town, out two weeks, was there, with one whale. Tile Carmila, Aimriinn, Ima on bonni 3,0110 bar- rels of black, and 10(1 harreé sperm nil. She has not spoken any colonial whalers, anil the Ainerieau vessels have already been reported hy the Corin- thian, Tlie whaling baripie Laity Blackwood, Captain Couper, from Syilney the Kuli December last, put into l'i.rt Stephens iui th.' 21st October, with 000 barrels of pperm oil un ho:ird. She had spoken no Sydnrv whalers since leaving the polt. Tlx J'rincc rf Denmark, of llu...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 6TH NOVEMBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
ittarnrtd. I HOBART Tow.v, GTII NovKMiiER, IB-I.'i. M'hcnt. ls. fid. lo ls. Sd. per bushel. Hurley. ts. lid. ditto. Outs. ls. ditto. Maize. Its. fid. ditto. lluy, pressed .. .Cl 10s. per ton. Ditto, loose_ £.i ditto Straw . JJ'-' ditto. Potatoes. Xi 10s. foulis. New Pntntoes .. 2 Jd. per lb. (treen Pens.... ls. lld. per peek. Carrots. ."is. per doz. Eggs. !ld. ditto. Cabbage. ls. (ld. ditto. ('nolillowcrs Is. lid ditto. Onions, . 20s. rwt. Powis. 2s. Od. to 3s. per pair. Ducks. ls. lid. to 5s. ditto. Geese . -ls. euch. Turkeys . ls. (id. ditto. lltittcr. ls. 3d. lb. Apples. 1 ts. per bushel. Shingles . Is. Cd. per thousand. Sawn timber ., ls. Gd. per 100 feet. Posts nnd mils .. 22s. ditto. Paling.ls. fid. to 5s. ditto. She onk .is, fid. per ton. Gum. 3s. (id. ditto. Port Arthur coals 1 ls. ditto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto.
SYDNEY MARKETS, OCTOBER 2[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
SYDNEY MAUKKTS, UCTOIlF.lt 21. j WijF.AT.-Thc prices miry he quoted nt ls. Cd. per bushel. FLOUR.-Tins article remains steady at £12 per 2000 lbs., rash. lliir.Ai».-Thc 21b. loaf of good quality is sold generally nt .'lil, IIIIAN.-In demand nt Is. 2d. per bushel of 2(1 lbs. No nlteration of price lins occurred in other produce. Spirits and Tobnrco in thc Bonded Stores on thc Otb November, IHl.'i : Uum on Kith Sept. 2fifi(i.1 Received since ... ? 3530 - 301."-.I Home Consumption 1888 Exportation . 55S 21 1(1 37717 Urandy . 17232 Received since .... 2031 102(7(5 Home Consumption 712 Exportation . 132 811 18122 Geneva. 537.r> Received since .... 030 G005 Home Consumption 312 Exportation. 50 302 5GI3 Tobacco. 283;î 73 Received since .... 217110 3032J3 Home Consumption 9317 Exportation .21121 33911 271332
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 7 November 1845
S1111» MAILS. For Adelaide, per Henry via Launceston, this day, nt f> I\M. precisely. For Swan Uiver, vià Ailclnidc, ditto, ditto, ditto. For Sydney, per Mnry, to-morrow, nt noon do. For London, via Sydney, ditto, ditto, ditto.