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THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN AND LORD STANLEY ON THE IRISH EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845
THE Aitciinisiioi' OK DUNLIN AND LOUD STAN LEV ON THE HUSH EDU- CATION HILL. Tim Archbishop of Dulilin saul, as it was well known that he was connected with the National Hoard of Education, he felt It to bc iucumheut on him to make one or two remarks in reference to points on which there had been misrepresentation. Ile wished it to he understood that it wns n Go- vernment measure which thc Hoard were carrying into execution, and that they were responsible to Government, and not to Parliament, und licitud others had been employed by thc Government for the time being : and though, of course, he would not he a party to any system whieh he did not consider to he good, safe, and valuable, neither credit nor diseredit could he attributed to liim for thc course which he lind taken with reference to this system. (Hear, hear.) Ile had always con- sidered it his duty to net with, and to strengthen thc hands of the Government for the time being, when he could tlo so with a safe conscience i am...
PRIVATE INTERVIEWS WITH THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845
ritIVATlî INTHKVIKWS WITH THE COVE UNO ll. About a week since the Government organ gave what it professed to bc " a highly gra- phic nccomit of nu interview with which a gen- tleman, closely connected with scvurnl of the ex-logislntors, was lately honoured hy his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor." This "account" was represented tu have been " received from a correspondent," anil in its original shape is described as "too long, and in some particulars too elaborately expressed" fur thc journal in which it is published. Thc atten- tion of Mr. Francis Smith, senior, wits cull- ed to the "account," mid that gentleman addressed the following communication in respect to it to n contemporary : Sui,-My attention lins been dircrted to thc following article published itt thc last Cv/nnial Timr*. Circumstances force on mc thc conviction that itnlludcs to an interview with his Excellency on my nrrivnl from Kn si a ml. If so, I beg lravc to say that, froiu whatever source thc writer de- rived ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The authorities of Greenwich have issued a proclamation to the Local Police to destroy all wandering dogs who may be suspected " reasonably mad !'' The war-brig Rapid has arrived at Ply- mouth, with part of the crew of a captured slaver, charged with murdering Mr. Palmer, a midshipman, and eight of the crew of the Queen's sloop Wasp. The prisoners are ten in number, eight Portuguese and two Spa- niards. An examination has been begun before the Mayor and Magistrates of Ply- mouth. A native of Bahia, master of a slave schooner captured by the Wasp, who was present at the massacre, said he tried to dissuade the murderers from it. According to his evidence, the Englishmen were put on board the schooner; and the accused, who formed part of the crew of the Echo brigan- tine which had been captured, were placed under their charge. They resolved to murder the Englishmen; and seizing an unguarded moment, killed them all, though not without receiving some wounds themselves ;...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 25 November 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NKW ICIBK AT GIIK.IT SM AS TOUT.-Thc new Presbyterian Church nt Glcugoln J1;ts heen com- pleted, and it will be seen by our advertising co- lumns that 0 vote of thanks to the contractor John Amos, Esq., has been passed by the Mana- ging Committee for thc creditable manner in which the building lins been finished. Thc Kev. T. Dove, thc resident Minister, has been indefati- gable in his exertions for the spiritual benefit of thc district, and on the 7th December he and thc Hov. J. Pillie will preach for the first time in the new Church. THE WILMOT MILL CASE.-This case appears to furnish endless matter fur enquiry. William Skerritt is again in custody on n charge of em- bezzlement, preferred against him by Mr. Judah Solomon. MAH. COACHES-Mr. Mills, of Liverpool-street, hroaght up his New Norfolk Mail Coach, for in- spection hy thc Bench, yesterday. A licence was granted for it The Coach was built by Mr. Frazer, of Collms.strcet, and ls a first rate affair. CoitnEsro...
AUDIT OFFICE. 21st November, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
AUDIT O KI'IC li. .21st November, 18i,i. "Warrants for Contingent I'.xpenses sent to tn Colonial Treasury for Payment, between tbe Mt] of thc current month ami this date : The Sheriff, to pay the Ollicers of his Depart incut, travelling expenses The Chief Justice, ditto I. Hancock, building W. Mill, medical intendance C. Staples, rent I. Atkinson, writer I. Morgan, jury list AT. A. Cox, transport Dickenson Brothers, stores G. Hutton, carpenter's work S. Munn, sweeping chimneys lt. Cleburne, stores D. M'Plierson, transport I. Johnson, ditto L. Williams, forage I. Clark, provisions Dep. Registrars Births, ive, fees G. Huilón, carpenters' work P. Windsor, commission T. I. Crouch, travelling expenses G. Lawrence, firewood lt. Allen, ditto W. Chambers, ditto T. Kidner, ditto S. Feuirill, stores G. P. Goble, ditto K. Lascelles, travelling expanses I. Hames, forage H. Warren, bookbinding G. Rolwegan, stationery B. Home, firewood I T. P. Corringe, ditto I. M'Douald, stores G. P. Goble, ditt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
VOR SYDNEY. 3?Sbsk T II 13 fine first-clnss ship t0"s' ^' ki:wis, Conimnndcr, &lt;nOraiinaB.-J=» now loading, will pimtirelff sail on Saturday, 2!)th institut, ï'or freight or plissage, npply on hoard, or to DUNCAN M'I'IIEIISON. Stone Buildings, Novemher 27. FOH LAUNCESTON. II E regular trader I "VANSITTART," Gr.im.nr. PITT, Master, now fonding wilt sail on Tuesday, 2nd Dceenitier. DUNCAN M'PIII:KSON. November 28. EOll MELBOURNE. TO SAH. THIS EVENING. TUM schooner " SISTERS," MO j tons, Captain II. C. CI.AIIK. l'or freight or passage, having superior accommodation, npply to ! IIUIINS & AVnm:. Old Wharf, November 28. GALA KIRK, GREAT SWAN PORT. THE Minister and Congregation of Hie Presby- terian Church nt Glengala have bren pre- sented by RICIIAIII) Ci.i:nuiiNi:, Esrp, Merchant, of Hobart Town, with a very handsome and valuable Hell, for which they beg to return him their warmest acknowledgments and thanks. JAMKS AMOS. j Titles to E.and. rp HE Petition relative to thc...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
I VESSELS IN IIAItBOUIl. I Jane france). Kerr & Bogle, agents ; destination, London ¡ at New Wharf, taking in oil. Harriet Nathan, Nathan & Moses, agents ; des- tination, South Seas; refitting nt Watson's ship- yard, Sundy Bay. Calcutta, T. Brown, agent ¡ destination, London ! hauled out into cove. Lloyds, D. M'l'hcrson, agent; destination, Sydney ; lying in Sullivan's Cove. Gilbert Henderson, the Captain, ngent; lying in Sullivan's Cove. Governor Phillip, Commissariat, ngent; lying nt Commisaarint Wharf. Lady Leigh, W. M. Tennent, ngent; destination, Port Albert ; lying nt New Whnrf, refitting. strict, I. Jonson, ngent ; nt Wutson's ship.ynrd, Sandy Bay. Lowestoff, the Captain, agent ; destination, Two- fold Bay and New Zealand ; nt the Government Paddock. Nimrod, Nathan tc Moses, agents ; destinntion, whaling; repairing at Williamson's Ship Yard, New Whnrf. Atronó, W. Young, agent; destinntion, whaling; nt New Whnrf, refitting. Ftying Dutchman, H. Cleburne, agent ;...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ARRIVAL OF Iiis MAJKSTY TUE KING OF HOLLAND.-His Majesty tho King of Hol- land arrived off ibo Royal Dock-yard at Woolwich on Thursday, in the Cyclops Dutch Government steamer. The honours paid to royalty were strictly observed at the re- ception of Iiis Majesty. Three of the Queen's carriages had, by tho orders of tho Kuri of Jersey, arrived from tho Iloyul mews, and the Karl of Morton, Lord in Waiting to the Queen, and the Hon. Capt. Alexander Nelson Mood, Groom in waiting to her Majesty, arrived from town, having received tho appointment from her Majesty to attend on tim King during his sojourn, in this country. His Majesty stepped ashore ex- actly at ten minutes after two, Captain Su- perintendent Sir Francis A. Collier, the Karl of Haddington, Sir George Cockburn, the Earl of Morton, tho Hon. Capt. A. Nelson Hood, &c., having descended thu steps of tho landing-placo to receive his Majesty. Directly tho King landed hu advanced to tho Karl of Haddington,...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
HOBART TOWN, 28TII NOVEMBER, 18-15. Wheat- is. 3d. to -ls. fid. per bushel. Hurley. ls. (id. per bushel. Onts. ls. ditto. .Maize. .Is. Cd. ditto. Iluy, pressed ., .-CS I Os. per ton. Ditto,loose.... 4J3 ditto Straw . £2 ditto. Potatoes. .C l 10s. to £?',. New Potatoes .. ld. lo 13 per lb. Green Pens .... 7d. to 8 per peck. Cnrrots. ls. to ls. Gd. per doz. Egcs. !.&lt;>. to ls. ditto. Cabbage. Od. to ls. ditto. Cauliflowers .. Is. (id. to 2s. ditto. Onions, . none dried. Fowls. 2s. Gd. to 3s. per pair. Ducks. .ts. to ls. (id. ditto. Geese . -ls. each. Turkeys . 5s. ditto. lintier. ls. 2d. lb. Apples scarce.. IBs. per bushel. Shingles. ls. Gd. per thousand. Sawn timber .. ls. Gd. per 100 feet Post? and rails.. 20s. per 100. Paling. ls. Gd. to 5s. ditto. Sheoak .4 s. Gd. per ton. Cum. 3s. (id. ditto. Tort Arthur coals "s. 9d. ditto. Sydney ditto.... 30s. ditto.
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Dorset Chronicle and Somersetshire Gazette, July 31.) FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Dorsel Chronicle ami Somersetshire Gazette, July ol.) FRANCK. Tlie massacre of Dallara, the responsibi- lity of which has been shifted from thc shoulders of Colonel l'elissicr to those of Marshal Hugcaud, has suggested the fol- lowing pertinent reflections in thc Constitu- tionnel :-It is well known that Marshal liugeaud will exchange thc Government of Algeria for thc direction of thc Vs ax Depart- ment mid of tho Army. It is also well known that thc Chambers have authorised the armament of thc fortifications of Paris. Supposing now, that a man, thc responsible author of the massacres in Hue Transnouaiu and the Buhara, openly professing such ho- micidal doctrines, should be invested with thc right of disposing of that frightful in- strument of destruction and death, wc may easily form an idea of the fate reserved for the capital in thc event of any disturbance." The Moniteur publishes despatches from thc Marshal, dated the 15th instant, which ' announ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 21th Nov., 1815. SALI: UV ruiiLic AUCTION. At eleven o'clock on Saturday next, thc 29th Instant, Mr. T. Y. Lowes will sell the following nrtlcles by Public Auction, in the Commissariat Yard here, viz 11,829 lbs. Wool in 31 bales T the produce GOO lbs. Arrow Hoot in pack- y of Norfolk ages of from 20 to SO lbs. each. J Island. And 100,003 lbs. lirait. The lots will bc of convenient size. A sample of the Arrow Koot, which is very linc, cnn be KCCÍI ut thc Commissariat Stores, where nlso thc parti- culars of thc wool, which has been got up wit! great care, will bc exhibited. Terms-Cash on delivery, and all lots to bo cleared away immediately. ' Cl KO. MACLEAN, j Deputy ConimLwary General. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 25th Nov., ISIS. . Tenders (in duplicate) will be received at this Office until 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 1th December next, for the supply of 20.000 BUSHELS OF CLEAN COLONIAL WU FAT, Of the best qunlity, free from smu...
CUSTOM HOUSE. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
CUSTOM HOUSE. Return of Grain und Flour imported anil ex- ported at tile Port of Hobart Town, during tile week ended 21st November, 18 Iii, inclusive : KU. EXPORTS. Flour. 2 tons. Return of Grain and Flour imported and ex- ported at the Fort of Launceston, during thc week ended 2ülh November, 1815, inclusive : IMPORTS. NiL EXPORTS. . 411 bushels. . 190fi ditto. . 40J tons. W. PROCTKK, Actg. Collector. Oats Whent Flour
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor of this Journal does not hold himself responsible for the opinions of his Correspondents. CHORAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Observer. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor tfthit Journal does not hold himself re- sponsible for the opinions of his Correspondents. ' CHORAL SOCIETY. Tofhe Editor of the Observer. SIR,-As your journal appears to be the only one in town that takes any real and lively interest in the advaiccment of Colonial Institutions, I beg to offer a few observations on thc above very use- ful Society} which, I fear from mismanagement or some oller cause, is likely to lose much of thc public favQir. Thc mismanagement herc alluded to consistSjiiorc especially with rcgnrd to thc ad- mission of iicmljcrs on thc nights of practice and rehearsal. Hy the Huies, no members, except pcrformcrsnrc to bc admitted to the meekly prac- tice nights nnd there is appointed by the same Huies a mmthly reheat sal ou thc first Tuesday in each monti, to which every member is to bc ad- mitted. N»vr it has happened that on thc las' three month') rehearsals (to my own knowledge) there have io; been ten members present, and the renson i...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. No mail lias Leen received by the Itamillies ; but to thc politeness of thc Commander, to «hom we hog to return our best thanks, wc arc indebted for papers of the 2nd and 5th August,- the Times of thc latter date. Our columns contain copious extracts to which we have much to add in our next paper, lint nothing decisive of importance appears to have been stirring in Europe, if we except in respect to the relations of Great Britain with America. As a symptom of how matters stood, we learn that the underwriters nt Lloyds would only enter into insurances with a saving clause of " free of enpture." On the 30th July Van Diemen's Land wheat was sold at Gf>s. per quarter. The Australian Waste Lands Bill, in which it may be recollected clauses were contained affecting our police and gaol de- partments had passed ; but thc sections of it relating to squatters in New South Wales, wc learn ,had been thrown out in the Com- mons. All the intelligence received is favourabl...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
S1111» MAILS. l'or Sydney, per Lady Leigh, this dny at 1 r.M. precisely. For iManritius, via Launceston, per Jane, on ditto ditto For Calcutta, and Cape of Good Hope, vii Mau- ritius, via Launceston, per Jane, on ditto, ditto. For Adelaide, per Palmyra, on Tuesday next, at noon. For Swan Uiver via Adelaide, ditto, ditto, ditto.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
TERMS OF SUÜSCKIPTION, &c. The OnsF.rtVER will le delivered in Town every Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from Launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, will ie posted in the evening. ScnscRirTiON.-10s. per quarter in ad- vance ; 13». credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve lines and un- der, 2.v. Gd., and 2i/. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any 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 wisc they will bc continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. No verbal communications attended to. *** COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the Paper anti Advertisements, to lie addressed, or left at "THE Ort SERVER" Oßice, (MR. GEORGE lloi. WE...
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, NOV. 28. THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN. 1'RI DAY, NOV. 28. TUE COUNCIL. Wi: arc yet without nny announcement of thc scats in the Legislative Council so ho, nourably vacated having heen HlleJ. There is only one individual confidently spoken of as having accepted a seat-one, thc least capable hy talent, and hy position thc least likely to command respect for Sir Eardley's choice, of any almost who have heen named. Still, even in respect to him wc arc incredu- lous ; we arc not satisfied that there has been one acceptance. The Governor, assuming that he has n Council, it is said defers proceedings till he receives despatches from thc Secretary for thc colonies, and accordingly an adjourn- ment of a week or two more has been re- solved upon.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE MKRCANTII.K LEVIATHAN OF LIVER TOOL.-A TYI'K OF THE METROPOLIS OF TUF. NORTH.--An extract from thc Board of Trade's llopnrt on tho Lancashire, Railroads, is now (Toing the rounds of the papers, in- tending to show the extraordinary progress in 3i?.e and population, made by Liverpool within thu last dozen years. But the people of Liverpool themselves seem to think that tho history of one of their giant mercantile establishments better indicates the amazing advancement of the metropolis of tho north ; and as the prodigious pile of buildings, known as " Compton House," eclipses all others, and is just now an object of greater wonderment than ever, owing to enormous additions lately made, they point with a natural and justifiable exultation to it. Lon- don presents nothing that can at all be con- sidered a parallel. Our Everington's, Swann and Edgar's, Hitchcock and Rogers's, and other lions of hko magnitude, dwarf into insignificance beside it in size and archi- t...