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AUDIT OFFICE. 13th December, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
AUDIT OFFICE. I 13th December, lStJ. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for Payment, between thc Cth of the current month nnd this date : The Crown Solicitor, witnesses's expenses The Collector of Customs, imprest Thc Dcp.-Com.-General, free pnupcrs G, Sinclnir,'coals II. Warren, bookbinding O.T. W. BOYES, Auditor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
POR LONDON. j-',f-r$- T II E fine first-class Barque, r»5'j*%v "JUAN," .100 tuns resistor, Wm. tSvîS-îra* Lcimlngton, Commander. For ^?"é^ésva freight or pnssnge, having superior | nccommoilntions, apply to Capt. Leimingtou on | board or to BURNS & WHITE. Old Wharf, Dec., 18.______ _ SCARCE ANO VALUABLE BOOKS. GEORGE ROLWEGAN, EAS received on Sale upwards of ONU HUN- DRED VOLUMES, in which nrc included the following vnlunhlc Works, some of which are | rarely to he obtained in this colony : Hallam's History of tho Literature of Europe, | .1 vols., splendidly bound llnllnni's Constitutional History, 2 vols. Ditto Middle Ages, 3 vols. Sismondi's Literature of thc South of Europe, ?I vols., splendidly bound Gibbon's Decline niid Full, 8 vols., splendidly j hound Clarendon's Rebellion, 8 vols., (thc complete edition) Litigant's History of England, 14 vols. Teniieinnn's History of Philosophy Brueker's ditto, ditto Dissertations of Sir.I. M'lntosh, Professors I Stewart, Leslie, and...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. Nil. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
êtyippintr IntcIIirrftuc. HOBART TOWN. ARÍIFTALS. Nil. DEPARTCnEO. December IG--Schooner Wanderer, 12C tons. Burna, master, for Sydney. December IS.-Ilarque Ifariett Xat han, 126 tons, Gardner, master, for Suuth Seas. IMPORTS, P'etS?Îs reported inward* during thewetk. Ml. KX POUTS. Vessel* reported outwards during the week. Per Flying Squirrell, fur Port Albert.- 1 case slops, 2 hlilis. 10 casks hardware, 3 bundles spades, 3 tuns oil, 2 kegs white lead, 12 bugs Hour. Per Palmyra, for South Australia.-10 Mult* vinegar, 5 tons con), 2 bales rugs, 1 case medicine, .10 cases starch, 1 gig, 5 bundles leather, 1 cart, 1 case hardware, 9500 feet New Zealand timber, 3710 bron J pullings, 1 ensk hardware, 8 boxes ap- parel, 1 cart, 1 dray, 2 hales leather, 2 spring carts, fi cases shenthing metal, 1 cask nails, 2 cases slops, 1 chest drawers, 1 cask hnrd wnre, E. I'. Lindsey ; 1 case kangaroo skins, 1 bundle »heep skins, 1 ditto kip leather, 3 ditto sole leather, 1 cask nnd 3 cases grindery,...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 9th December, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 9/A December, 1815. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready for examination, hy the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immédiat! ly after the Otb day ot February noxt, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must bc entered. Alexander M'Lcod, Ralph's Ray, Monmouth, 100 acres. (Originally two locations of SO acres each to John M'Lcod: applicant claims as licir nt-law.) Bounded on thc north cast by 10 chains 10 links south-easterly as now fenced along a location to Richard Message since gmntcd to George Stokell and along a location to William Stallard since granted to Edward Fninc lintier and Joseph William Woolley commencing at the ?west angle of the first-mentioned location on Pipe- clay Lagoon, on thc south cast by 24 chains 90 links south-westerly as now fenced along William Stnllard's location aforesaid to l'ipe-tlay Lagoon, thence on the south west by 3 chains UO links extending north-westerly ns...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
FOU LONDON. A REGULAR TRAUER. T II E Pino first-class barque " JANIS FRANCES," 450 lons register, William Crosby, Commander, is now loading, and having all lier dead weight and greater part or her wool engaged, will sail for the above pert carly in January. For freight or pas- sage apply to the Commander on hoard, or to As KIN MORISON, or to IvKnn BOGLE, & Co. New Wharf, Nov. 13,1815. FOR LONDON. "SJÍStvrJ THE wall- known, regular trader, ^SffiSvrK''' derwent, tons register, INNKS ~T*3$?Soifia M'I'HBRSON, Commander, will ^sá^ás»* commence loading for the above Port In a few days, and having the greater part of lier cargo engaged, will meet with her usual dis- patch. For freight or pnssage apply to Captain M'PiiEnsoN, oa hoard, to A. MORRISON, or to Knit ii, BOOM:, & Cu. New Wharf, 4th Dec. 1815. FOR LONDON. ?3£3Ua T ll K fine fast-sailing barque, «¡¿ttMZmx "TASMANIA," COO tons register, !SS^$SKT£2J William Black, commander. For &lt;¡SÍÉ5!SB*& freight ...
SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16TH, 1845. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu and the following Special Jury:— [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 December 1845
SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY/, DECEMBER lfiTH, 1845. lief oro 11 Li Ifnnor Mr. Justice Monta/jxi and thc fallowing Special Jury :-? I David Ogilvie Kobert Jucomb E. S. Sharland Livingstone Henry Dickenson John Mczger .lohn Eermison G. D. Holcombe William Robertson lienjamin Guy Robert Hum THE aiJREN V. FENTONS. Thc Solicitnr.Gciierul opened thc ense. This wns mi information for Intrusion, fited against Mi- chael Fenton and John James Fenton. Thc Information states that whereas a certain parcel of land, containing 12.10 acres, known by thc name of Ellangowan, in Van Dicmen's Land, with the messuages, buildings, and appurtenances, thereon, ought to bc in the'liands and possession of our I.ndy thc Queen, in right of her Crown of England; nevertheless, one Michael Fenton nnd one John Janies Fenton, contriving thc disinhcri son of our snid Lady thc Queen on certain days, eic, did enter into thc possession of the Queen and the said premises with sheep and cattle depas- tured, &a...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE Scotia arrived on Sunday last, and brought papers to the 13th December. They contain little matter of importance. Thc hot winds had in some districts destroyed thc crops, and in other parts the rain had caught the farmers with unthatched stneks, so that a large quantity of grown wheat must be looked for. Wheat is quoted 3s. Dd. to 4s. ; hny, £5 to £7. MILITARY ÍNSifiionniNATroN.- Some insubordination was exhibited hythe military in consequence of a reduction having been made in the rations of spirits : thc men positively refused to turn out until thc Lieutcnnnt-General promised that, pending nn appeal to thc Horse Guards, thc rations claimed by thc soldiers should bc issued. At Parramatta the detachment of the 58th not only refused to do duty, but took their arms out of barracks, marched to the Governor's guard, nnd compelled them to leave their posts and go into thc barracks. Thc Governor was expected to leave for England in a fortnight.
THE POLICY OF THE NEW COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
TIIE rOLICY OF THE NEW COUN- CILLOKS. THE recall of the Inte Councillors to office was neither expected hy the public nor de- sired by themselves. Denounced by bis Excellency as a disloyal faction, and denied the courtesies which usually soften opposi- tion, they believed that a regard to their own honour demanded their retirement. His Excellency would display a true magnani- mity in offering an apology for imputations which are a brcncli of senatorial usage not less than fatal to freedom of debntc. He may withhold this mensure of reparation, and take shelter in tbe prerogatives of power, but thc public opinion is decisive, aiid.jnothiiig will remove tlie stigma from his jGorcrnnieut but the moral courage which atones for a wrong. While the co- lony views the members who have resigned ns the champions of the common cause, it is impossible to commend the gentlemen who have accepted their stations, and thus ren- dered their resolution vnin. But as thc mysteries of négociation give pla...
[?] Shipping. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
íFiiárcII.-mcoud âljinpiitrr. I SYDNEY. November 3D.-Arrived the Barque Hamlet, | from London. December 3.-Tile Agostma, from Falmouth vin Cadiz. December -1.-The Fanni/ Connell, from China via Manilla. December 10.-The Danger, from Hobart Town. December ll.-The Flaherty, from thu Cape. | December 12.-The John U'ilUamn, missionary ship, from South Sen Islands. December 12.-The Anijtlim, Captnin Gold- smith, from London. December 12.-The Lloyd*, from Hobart Town. November 30.-Sailed thc Marlon, for Cnlcutta. December 2.-The Strathisla, for Auckland. December 7.-Thc Corsair, steamer, for China. December 13.-The George, for London, was rendy to sail. Thc Leander and Ilimloo were expected to sail on the 20th, to he followed by thc Homjhlij.
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 22ND DECEMBER 1945. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
áílnrfcrtó. HOIIAHTTOWN, 22MJ DECEMDER, 1845. Wheal ... .... Ss. lOd. to ls. per bushel. Harley. 4 s. ditto. Oats. ls. ditto. Maize. ¡ls. (3d. ditto. Hay, pressed .. .?3 IDs. per ton. Ditto, loose.... X.'l ditto Straw . £.2 ditto. l'otatoes. .f l 10s. to £r>. New Potatoes .. Id. to li per lb. Green Peas.... 7d. to S per peck. Carrots. ls. to ls. (id. per doz. Eggs. «Jd. to ls. ditto. Cnbhaire. Dd. to ls. ditto. Caulillowcrs .. ls. Gd. tn 2s. ditto. Onions, . none dried. Powis. 2s. Gd. to 3s. per pnir. Ducks. ls. to 4s. b'd. ditto. Geese . 4s. each. Turkeys ...... 5s. ditto. Hutter. ls. 2d. lb. Apples scurce.. 18s. per bushel. Shingles.ls. Gd. per thousand. Snwn timber .. ls. fid. per 100 feet. Posts and rails.. 20s. per 100. Paling. 4s, lid. to 5s. ditto. She oak .4s. Gd. per ton. (lum. 3s. Gd. ditto. Port Arthur coals 7s. Bd. ditto. Sydney ditto_ 30s. ditto.
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
INQUEST. ON Monday, Drcemhcr 15, an inquest wa» held at Bastian's Hotel, in Cnmpbell-strect, on view of thc hotly of Adam Clarke, who died in thc Gene- ral Hospital, an Sut unlay Inst. Thc jury retired to the Hospital to view thc hotly, and when they returned thu following wit- nesses were called : Moria Clarke.-Thc body T have just seen in the Colonial Hospital ls that of my husband, Adam Clarke; wc lived at North West Hay, and he wos a free man, nged 57 years ; he rame from North West Hay in King's craft thc Monday be- fore the Hegntta, which would he the 1st of De- cember; he was in good health then, and nt work np to thc day he left thc Hay; he had complained of n pain which shifted about his body, sometimes In his side, his stomach, and back ; he was told it was the lumbago ; bc did not receive nny injury before he left thc Hay that I know of ; bc strained himself by lifting a log, but when he found thc pain moved about, he did not think it was occa- sioned by that; ut times he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
ron. POUT PHILLIP. Till", fine Schooner "MARYS," KO tons, ThoiuiiH Griiliths, master, now loading, will sail on Saturday, 27th instant. For freight or pns bouril, or to DUNCAN M'I'IIEUBON. Sabbath Schools. ON Friday, nett, 2fith instnnt, tho children in the Presbyterian, Wesleyan. Independent, mid Baptist Sabbath Schools, will assemble in St. Andrew's Church, nt ONE o'clock, when nu address will be delivered hy the Rev. ,1. Hell, lifter whii'h, thc children will walk in procession to the Paddock. lu the RVKXIXC!, thc Tcnchcrs and Friends af Sunbath Schools will nssemble in thc Wesleyan Chapel, Melville-street, at half past 7 o'clock; when addresses will he delivered hy the llev. J. Beazley, to thc Teachers, by the Kev. J, A. Manton, to Young Persons and othcrH now en paged in the active scenes of life, who may have formerly received religious instruc ion in Sabbath Pchools. The attendance of this elliss of persons is cnriieKtly requested. December 22. CIjc 6rncrnl Ittfft'ötrn (Pfiïr...
QUARTER SESSION'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
QUARTER SESSION'S. At Hobart Town, on M omi ny tho 23th dny of December. Also nt tbe sumo pince on Monday, the 5th dny of January next, nt 10 o'clockin thc forenoon, for thc trinl of prisoners, hearing of nppcnls nnd con- sideration of the Hates and Fares ;of Licensed Carters and i tont tuen.
PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
PUBLICANS' LICENSES. At Holinrt Town, on Monday, tho 2nd dny of February, nt the Court of Requests* Koom, ut 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, for the consideration of applications fur permission to transferor continue existing- Meensen, nnd for certificates of approval of new I/ícennos ticing grunted for the 1'oHcc Dis- trict nf Ilolmrt Town (including Kangaroo l'oint.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
FOR LONDON. i rtEGULAIt TRADER. THE lino first-class barque " JANE FRANCES," 450 lons register, William Crosby, Commander, Is now loading, and having all her dead weight and greater part of lier wool engaged, will sail for tin above port early in January. For freight or pas sage apply to tho Commander on board, or to ASKIS MORISON, or to KERR BOGLE, & Co. New Wharf, Nov. 13,1813. FOR LONDON. THE well known regular trotlcr, Jlei-wen/, 450 ton» register, INNES -TUTiimiaurj, commander, will _ commence loading for tho above Port in a few dnys, and haring the greater part of her cargo engaged, will meet with her usual dis- patch. For freight or passage apply to Captain M'PHERSON, on board, to A. MORRISON, or to KEIIR, BOGLE;, & Co. New Wharf, 4tli Dec. 1845. FOR LONDON. T II E fine fast-sailing barque, "TASMANIA," GOO tons register, ' William Black, commander. For _i freight of wool, or passage, having very superior accommodations, apply to Captain Black on board, or to A...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 23 December 1845
^IiíuuintT ïntrlIÏQTnrc. I HOItAUT TOWN. AUltlVAUS. Decrmber 20.-Schooner Clarence, Tri tons Archer, muster, from Port Albert 1 Ith December with cnttle. December 20.-Schooner Maiyu. 62 tons Griffiths, master, from Sydney,with colds nnd iron Passengers-Mr. Green, I.'llratly, I M'Cnrthy lticlmrd Mot.es. December 21.-Dutch Ship, Znid root, 5.K tons, Brunn, muster, from Amsterdam 1st Sept. with whaling stores. December 21.-Schooner John Se Charlotte 93 tons, Patterson, master, from Port Albert KUI Dcrcmber, with entile. Passenger-Mr. (loord December 21.-Schooner Scotia, lit tons. Blackburn, matter, from Sydney, 14th December Passengers-Mr. Hogers, Mrs. Hewlett anil twe children, Thomas ll upton, wile nnd child, Georgi Pullen. DK CARTU RES. December 20.-II. M. Ship Calliope, Edward Stanley, Cuptain, for New Zealand. December 20.-Schooner Abeona, 9G tons Young, master, for South Seas. December 20.-Barque Knilara. 20S tons M'Mcchan, master, for Launceston and tlu Mauritius. iMronTB. t'ess...