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GENERAL PETTY SESSIONS. ADJOURNED MEETING. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

GENERAL PETTY SESSIONS. ADJOURNED MEETING. TUESDAY, NOVEMUEH ISTH, 1815. Present-Mr. Hone, Chairman ; Messrs. Price, Jlcamont, Hewitt, Abbott, ttobcrlson, Watchorn, Holcombe, and Dr. Jeanneret!, Justices of thc Peace. Jtr. Montagu appeared to support nn appli- cation from Mr. J. Simpson ami Mr. W. Black Imrnc, for licenses to authorise them to retail spirits, etc. Mr. Hone said, that he would state the case now before the Court, for thc information of thc Bench, and also give his decision with refer- ence to thc Act of Council, on the authority of which the present application was made. On a former occasion an application had been made to thc Hench for a rencwnl of n license, which had been refused. After their decision, thc Justices discovered that they were in error in having re- fused the license i but there was no remedy to the injured pnrty. The present Act was then passed, in order to afford the Justices an opportunity of rectifying any errors they might inadvertently have com...

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THE MAIN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

THE MAIN HOAD. WE lonni tlint thc Government have ac- cepted Mr. Blackburn's tender, which is under j£20OO, to keep thc road to Launces- ton in repair. In consequence of the nr nrrangement, thc Hoads' Department is to bo abolished. "While we would willingly award praise for measures of retrenchment, wc fenr that it will bc impossiblo for the Government to dispense with a Department which is evidently of great importance to a colony like this ; for without efficient and constant attention being given to the roads, mnny of them will soon become impassable, and Government would ultimately be neces- sitated to re-establish the Department, and to spend a large sum in restoring thc roads to their present state. From what lins passed in Parliament there can bc little doubt that financial relief may be expected, and wc cannot doubt that Lord Stanley will sec the necessity of making good Mr. Hope's declaration that the prisoners are to to be employed for the benefit of the co- lony. We hope,...

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AMERICAN WHALERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

AMERICAN WHALERS. WK believe efforts ure Rinking to induce the | Government to pass a mensuro for enabling American whalers to bond their oil mid whalebone here, willi a viciv to get it trans- shipped to thc United States. Many hun- dred American whalers on their outward vovngc pass this island every year, nnd there is little doubt if thc cliargcs were made suf- ficiently low, that a very large number might bc induced to enter our port nnd \JIH\CO.' tJnitra3r"Lrîr,,fJy'ibifS(li..W.iWteuj>/i,|,/) ment. On an average each whaler thus vi- siting our port, would spend here from ..6150 to ..-£200, and as there is n probabi- lity that no less than one hundred of them would touch herc animally, thc sum of £'20,000 would bc spent, milch of which would of course How into the Colonial Trea- sury. We trust, therefore, that his Excel- lency may take this matter into immediate consideration. No charges of any kind, except wharfage nnd store-rent for cargo bonded, should ho levied on whnlers e...

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THE GAZETTE. FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBERT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

THE GAZETTE. FEMALE TIOUSi: Ol' CORRECTION, 1IOKAUT TOWN. State of tlie Female House of Correction at Hobart Town, Nth November, 1815 : Uiulcr colonial sentence - 21-1 Free women ----- 28 Under separate system - - - 88 Nursing children G Siek ill hospital - - - - 17 Invalids - - - - - -2 Servan ls, turnkeys, S.e. ... S Ditto to otlir.crs of Institution 3 Total number of women - - 3u't Children limier two years of ape fi Women at the Nursery, Dynnyrne - 58 Children at ditto under one year of agc -13 Ditto above ditto - 52 Total number of children - - V~> _ Jons HUTCHINSON, Superintendent. HIKING DEPOT, IHIICKFIEI.OS. Return of Women disposable at the 11 iring De pût, llricklields, on Mth November, 1815 : In the 3rd class. 133 2nd class .... s 1st class. r, Total. 107 Received from private service - - 17 Ditto from Female House of Correction 15 Total. 32 Discharged tn private service - - .!! Ditto to their TiLkets-or-l,er,vc - - 13 Ditto to Female House of Correction - 2 Total . .....

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION FOR THIS COLONY. IT (rives us very sincere pleasure to lay be- fore our readers the subjoined letter address- ed to William Giles, E>q., chairman of the meeting, ut which a petition for popular representation was agreed to last year. V'roin this letter it appears tho petition was received very graciously hy the Queen, and, altogether, Lurd Stanley's reply is written in a business-like and satisfactory style. Tho Ilritish Government, it appears, had not suliicieut proof relative to thu conditions upon which Lord Stanley had stated tho boon could bo granted. The conditions wore that, before granting to the inhabitants of thc colony such o conlroul over its finan- cial affairs, it must he made evident that its internal resources were fully adequate to provide fur ils own expenditure, and also that permanent provision must he made for certain fixed arni definite expenses on account of the civil Government uf the colony. The local authoritie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

Abstract of Sales by Mr. I T. "Sf. Lowes. "TVrOVEMItV.lv 21.-Uri; Mmjunxha, at thc New I 1\ Wharf, nt 2 o'clock precisely. I lllack Oil, ex Mayumha, nt thc New Wharf, after the sale of thc Urie; Mayuaslia. Morses, at thc Club Hotel, on Friday, the 21st ' instant, nt 12 o'clock precisely. j November 2S.-? Household Furniture, &c., nt thc residence of Captain Armstrong, New Norfolk, at 12 o'clock precisely. I r.xteusivc sale of most desirable natl truly valuable Lauded Estate, situated at New Town nnd 1'orrcstier's Peninsula, and House ¡II Hobart i Town, tba property of Dr. Imlay (retinue; from j thc colony,) nt the Exchange Mnrt, on Monday, 1st December, nt 1 o'clock. The Estates of the late W. M. Orr, Esq., com- prising nhout ! 1,000 Acres, in n few weeks. Abstract of Sales by Mr. J. C- Stracey. 1Y"0\ EMBER 20.-Law Hooks, Chambers's IN Journnls, etc., nt his Mnrt. November 27.-Valuable Furniture, Pianoforte, eVc., on the premises, 51, Davey-strcct. November28.-Fifteen Pieces...

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THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 14th November, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

T II EG A Z ET*T E. COMMKSSIOM:us* orncic, ll//* Xovrmf/crt IK iii. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for (¡rauts will lie ready for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for time purpose, upon or immediately af HT tin.' lill» day of January mxt, on or In-fore which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered,, Arthur Gardiner, New Norfolk, 1 a. *'!r. 2 p. Hounded on the south-west by (> chains north- westerly along Stephen-street commencing at its tin git! with Church-street, and extending to Mon- tagu crescent, on the north-west by ,'t chaim SO links north-easterly ulong Montngu-creseent to the west ungle of an allotment located to A. Thom- son, on the north-east by I chains 'Jd links south- easterly along that allotment to Church-street aforesaid, and thence cm the south-east by chinns (il-links smith-westerly ulong that street to thc point of commencement, John Fisher, Strangford, Monmouth, iii- acres. (Originally located lo Ino. Herbert.) Hounded on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

TO PASSENGERS FOlt ENGLAND, INDIA, & CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, via THE MAURITIUS. THE Ship "JANE," Thomas «¿Qfó&itfhf \ Buckland, Commander, will ~-ÍOKÍ$*¡%?H 'Pavc¡ launceston on Die 25th inst, «nggjg-gj^ direct for tho Mauritius, from which port almost weekly oppor- tunities offer for most of thc above places. Cabin Passage : Single Cullin.£10. Rouble Olbin.£30. Apply to JAMI-.S ll,ivn>.-, Sydncy-pluce, Launceston. Nov. 10, 1815. FOR LONDON. A ni:r;ui.Ait THADKH. T II I', fine first-class barque " JANH FItANCES," 450 tons register, "William Crosby, Commander, 1:: now loading, ami having: all her dead weight ami | greater part of lier wool engaged, will sail for tb. above port carly in January. For freight or pas- sage apply to the Commander on hoard, or to ASKIN MORISON, or to Kr.nn llor.i.i:, Sr Co. New Wharf, Nov. 13, 181.";. FOR WELLINGTON AN» AUCKLAND, NFAY ZEALAND. -« THE Schooner " IiANDICOOT,' ^^Spjk J. II. Howden, master, bavin" "SyW^L-ffiy the greater portion ...

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ROYAL VISITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

KO YAL VISITS. Thc concurrent testimony of thc German and of our own press assigns to thc Queen and the Prince Consort tho intention of visiting' their princely relatives in Coburg, so soon as Parliament can bc prorogued. This intention is natural and commendable ; for it denotes tho active cxerciso in royalty of those feeling's of affection and interest, the slumbering of which thc possession and tho cares of a throne might excuso ; anil one of tho best guarantees a nation can have for tho proper and generous fulfilment of Sove- reign duties is, that it bo accompanied by tho unostentatious display of domestic happiness and of social virtues. In all these it is the happiness of the lOtiglish people to know that in their reigning Queen the Monarchs of Europo have a bright exemplar, lt is also natural and commendable that u Sovereign so accomplished and intelligent, so full of a senso of enjoyment and of laudable curiosity, of youth, and of activity, as our Queen, should, like thc mea...

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ENGLISH. THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

ENGLISH. THE ARMY. Thc following circular lins been addressed to every regiment in the British service : " The 4ü'th clause of the Mutiny Act has authorised commanding officers to order that a soldier guilty of an offence which such commanding officer may not think ne- cessary to bring before n Court-martial shnll be imprisoned for nny period not exceeding seven days, either with or without labour, or in solitary confinement, nnd lias further conferred upon commanding officers thc power which they did not previously pos- sess, of ordering that a soldier so imprison- ed by their authority shall forfeit his pay for tbe days of such imprisonment; the sol- dier having his right of appeal to a Court martial ngniust such order. " It has been brought to my notice that officers commanding regiments have inter- preted the words of the act ns conveying to them a discretion to award imprisonment cither with or without forfeiture of pay. '? It was thc intention, in proposing the clause, to conf...

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CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor of this Journal does not hold himself responsible for the opinions of his Correspondents. To the Editor of the Observer. NOTES OF STREET CONVERSATIONS AND SKETCHES OF CURIOUS CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

CORRESPONDENCE. The EilUor of Ihh Journal ¡toes not hold himself rc spowililefur the opinions rf his Correspondent i. To thc Editor of thc Observer. NOTES OF STREET CONVERSATIONS AND SKETCHES OF CURIOUS CHARACTERS. THE principal street in our "penal settle- ment" city is, no doubt, Macquaric-strcct. It is our Botany liny Bond-street. Thc resemblance, however, is very imperfect, for lounging is not at ali thc fashion. People either wnlk quick or stand still. This ob- servation must not be understood ns apply- ing to Government officers. Some of this class of her Majesty's subjects having great pay and great leisure lounge in the true acceptation of the term. All others walk, nnd, ns I was walking thc other day up this street, admiring the beautiful scenery which every turn presents, I lind my attention nrrcsted by nn old man, in face, a good deal resembling the picture of Pagan in Oliver Twist, hurrying across to Government-house gate. There was that in thc step, and stoop, and angle...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAGISTRATES.-Messrs. Carter, Watchorn, nml Holcombe hove assisted thc Tolice Magistrate on thc bench during the past week. DEAF ASTJ DRUNK.-An old lady, of rather unprepossessing appearance, vms placed at thc bar of thc Foliee OfRce on Tuesday, on a charge of drunkenness. The apprehending constable " a plain unvarnished tale" unfolded - funny, but faulty in its detail-which excited no small degree of pleasantry to the Bench and to the auditory. She had been wooed, won, and married, and, ns ! usual upon such occasions, a merry-making was j got up at a friend's house, where thc company in ! dulgcd rather too freely. At a late hour the I tender pnir conceived thc possibility of their being nhlc to reach home, but when the trial came thc fair bride could not walk. Timid, coy, and nervous, lier legs refused to perform their wonted office, and thc bridegroom, with affectionate care, deposited his lady-love in a wheelbarrow, and proceeded towards their dwelling. Thc old...

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THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, NOV. 21. THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

THE OBSERVEE. HOBART TOWN. FHIDAY, NOV. 21. THE COUNCIL. TUF. Council stands adjourned to thc 1st December, and there is yet no authentic announcement of appointments to the va cant seats. As usual in such circumstances conflicting reports arc circulated of thc suc- cess of the Government in its search for re- cruits : it is overred that all the vacancies have been supplied, -that for four only there are occupants ready ; and again, that thc colony has not furnished so much as one man who is so destitute of public prin- ciple, or so lost to all regard for general re- spect, as to accept the " bad eminence." Another report, but a very foolish one, has been current, that thc retired members - would resume their scats, seeing that Lord j Stanley lind conceded the point on which | their recent opposition hinged. Hut it must i not be supposed that when their opposition came to the crisis of a united retirement, thcro was nothing more than a question of expenditure between them and thc Go...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

DIED-At his late residence, New Town Road,   on Monday Evening, at ten o'clock, Mr. JOHN MACDOUGALL, Father of the Proprietor of the COLONIAL TIMES, aged 64. DIED.-On the 20th instant, at his residence, in Argyle-st., Hobart Town, Mr. NIEL DOUGLAS.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

SYDNEY. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.-The election of J six members of lim Oily Council toole place on Saturday, when everything passed off very quietly. In univ two of the wards was there any- thing like a contest. In Gipps Ward, Mr. Ryan, the retiring Councillor, wai opposed hy Mr. W. Walker, grucer, of George-street. The numbers pulled were, for Ryan.150 Walker.1-10 Majority for Ryan ... 10 As there are only 3 IS voters on the list, a larger proportion of electors took part in the contest than ever occurred on any pre- vious occasion, or in any other ward. In Rourke W.ird the candidates wore Mr. Brown, the retiring- Councillor, and Mr. F. Gaunson. The numbers polled were Brown.232 Gaunson.171 Majority for Brown , . . (il In the early part of tho day, in conse- quence of tho crowded state of llio polling room (the Court of Requests-an exceed- ingly inconvenient building) und the conse- quent noise and confusion. Alderman Mac- dermott ordcreil tho police to clear the room, and would only al...

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LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

LAUNCESTON. AUIIIVAI.S. November 12.-Brig Anni, l it) tons, Bell, mas- ter, from l'ort Phillip ; Jumes Haven, ngent Passengers-Miss anti Master Smith, Mr. Highett, Mrs. M'Clovers. November 12.-Cutter Vansittart, 55 tims, Pitt, master, from HobnrtTown ¡ George Fisher, agent Passenger-Mr. Roach. November 12.-Barque Union, 32(! tons, Toihl, mnstcr, from London ; II. Ilecil, agent. Pas- sengers- V. Wigan, Esq., Mr. F. Wignn, Miss I. Wigan, Miss S. C. Wigan, alaster A. Wigan, Master Osmond Wigan, Mrs. Todd, Master Marl; Todd, Mr. Wm. Smith, Mr. Wm. Adcock. DEPARTURES. November 12.- Brig Henry, 107 tons, Tregurtha, master, for Adelaide; E. P. Tregurtha,   agent. Passengers-Mr. S. Lyne, Mrs. Milton and 2 children, Mr. John Martin, Wm. Pierce, Francis Pierce, Mrs. Jolly, Joseph Brodie, Jno. Hancock, Mrs. Hancock and 4 children. George Davies, Thomas Davis, George Towers, Wm. Butler, Wm. Bloomfield, Janet Pierce, Mrs. Pearwell and girl, Thomas Wyatt, Wm. Martin, Mrs. Bevan, Jno....

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MIRACLE-MONGERING IN FRANCE. [From the Edinburgh Review, April, 1845.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 21 November 1845

MIRACLE-MONGERING- IN FRANCE. [From thc Edinburgh lievictr, A li ri 1, lfitii.] UUT Hiere ¡s another subject connected with what we cannot lint regard as tho degene- racy of the. modern clergy of France, as to which we feel no similar call to silence ; wo mean thu Miraclo-Mongcring of this nine- teenth century-the extraordinary, absurd, almost incredible practices on popular credu- lity, carried on, not by a few obscure fanatics, but by clergymen of station and character, and openly encouraged without a blush hy the prelate* nf tho Church ! Even in Francs itself-much more in England-almost en tiro ignorance prevails on this matter. One half of mankind, in days like ours, knows little enough of what thu other half is (loins;. They follow different guides, are actuated by different impression?, read different books, and breathe separate atmospheres. Two men who seo each other every day, who work sido hy side in the same field or work- shop, will often be found to live in inner worlds ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845

j iîîla flirts. finn ART TOWN-, 'J.J rn NnvKMiir.n, IS 15. Wheat.-ls. .1,1. lo ls. Cd. per bushel. Harley. -ls. dd, per bushel. Oats. -1». ditto. Maize..ls. fid. ditto. Hay, pressed .. .-Cl 10s. per tun. Ditto, loose.... .Cl ditto Straw . .?£> ditto. Potatoes. X\ 10s. to £'u New Potatoes .. 1 d. to li peril). Oreen Peas.... 7d. to H per peck. Carrots. 1 s. to ls. (id. per doz. F.irr. i)d. to ls. ditto. CiiMmsre.fd. to ls. ditto. Cimlilloivers .. I s. tid. tn 2s. ditto. Onions.none dried. Fowls . 2s. fid. to :is. per pair. Pucks. -ls. to ls. (id. ditto. Geese .-ls. caril. Turkrvs . 5s. ditto. Hut ter. ls. 2d. II). Apples scarce.. 1 Ss. per bushel. Shinnies .-l s. (id. per thousand. Saa n timber .. ls. lid. per 100 feet. Post s and rails.. 20s. per 100. Palin? . -ls. fid. to :>s. ditto. She oak .._-ts. f.d. per ton. Cum. ,1s. 'id. ditto. Port Arthur coals "s. Oil. ditto. Sydney ditto_ I50s. ditto.

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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &C. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845

TRUMS OF SimSClUI'TIOX, &e. The OiisKiiviîit teilt Im tlelireretl in Tomi every Tuvsilm/ ami I'riling nwrniiiyx. A Country Edition, eonlainimj the J/i/elli ? ¡renee reeeired from. Launceston, the interior, or other plaeex, rm thone Jays, wilt lie post nt in the arning. Simspiti iTioN,-10.». jier quarter in ad- vance. ; 1 'St. credit. lYnVKiiTisKMKXTS.-Twelve lines mut un- iter, 'jv. tilt., amt-it. for every ail iii lion nt line, for each inner fhn. Consitlerafde rei/'/elioii mi Advertisements cnn I in neil for tiny lenpth of time. Advertisements are receiver!at the V'nhlUtting O/fice in Collins Street on ifontlin/, titt'1'2 o'chet/, nml on Thursday lill the same hour. Atlrer tisvr.s minti xl«te the number of insertions desired, on their sttfvertiscinents, other wise theij will be eoittimtt'it until counter man/let/, anti eharijcd accordingly. ¿Yo verbal cmnninnieitlinns at tauted to. *%* ('oMMUN'irATiONS.A"' the Editor, or Orders for the ¡'tiper awl Advevtisenienfs, to be tn...

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AGRICULTURE. EXTRACTS FROM PROFESSOR JOHNSTONE'S AGRICULTURAL CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845

AGRICULTURE. EXTRACTS VllOM rROFKSSOIl JOHNSTONE'S A ( J II IC U I.T V K A t. C ATEC111S M. Q. What is a M;imin;?_ A. Any thing that furnishes fooil to plants may mc culled a manure, Q. How many principal kinds of Manure aro there I A. There fire titree principal kinds-vegetable manures, animal manures, and mineral manures. Q. What do you mean by vegetable immures ? A. Hy vegetable manures, I nwan those parts of plants which are usually buried in the sod fur the purpose of making it more productive. (J. Name, thc most important of the vegetable manure*- Î A. Grass, clover, straw, hay, potato-tops, rape dust, &c, . . * * . Q. Is not sea-weed or sea-ware a very valuable manure Î A. Ves, wherever rea-wced can he obtained in large quantity, it is found to enrich the soil very much. Q. How is it employed ? A. Ir is either spread over the laud nnd allowed to rot and sink in, or it is made into a compost, ur it is put into thepolf.to drills in the fresh state. Q. When used in this ...

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