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IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
IRRIGATION. IN another column will bc found a useful practical article on Irrigation, taken from tho Farmer's Magazine, for February last. Thc reader will of course, for himself, make the proper alteration of thc months, corres- ponding to thc seasons at tho antipodes.
MOUNTED POLICE OFFICE. 21st July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
MOUNTED I'OLICE OFFICE. 21*/ Juli/, 18-15. Tenders will lie received by the Otlicer com- manding the Mounted I'ulicc, until 12 o'clock on "Wednesday, the 20lh proximo, for thc supply of Forage of a good quality for four Mounted Police Horses stationed nt llobnrt Town, for four months, commencing on the 1st September next. The Tenders to state thc price per llaliou, consisting of Hay 12 lbs., Oats 10 lbs., and Straw 1 lbs. A. IvAiini.r.Y-Wii.MOT, l'or the Officer conmumtlimr Mounted Police.
THE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
THE DEPUTATION. THE Petitioners against the present Trans- portation System have now one more duty to perform ; they have by their Deputation to place the Petition to Her Majesty into the hands of the Lieutenniit-Gorernor. The pretended advocate of the Church of Eng- land the " Herald of Tasmania" urges in- deed that the moral contamination of the free colonists is overbalanced by the pecu ninry advantage derived from the prisoners, ami counsels tlic Petitioners to pocket the Clthv lucre, to destroy the Petition and listen like tl uti fill children to his authoritative leachiity ; but, ho will discover ere long that the colonists are not inclined to adopt his very moral and religious advice. In one number he talks of the divine right of kings, nnd in thc next, fearing thc loss of his salary, exclaims-"put not your faith in princes"-in addition to which he plainly manifests thc design of tutoring the colony into thc reception of thc vile doctrines of Oxford Priestcraft, and '* Youug ...
ROADS' DEPARTMENT. 14th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
HOADS' DKl'AJITJI F.NT. M/A Juhj, 1815. 1 entiers will he received at this Olhee, until 1 o'clock, n, m. on the 8th of August next, for renting, for two years from the 1st September next, the Government Ferry now established at Itest clown, across thc Uiver Derwent, together willi the Punts, Iloats, and |Iiuildings belonging to the Government nt thc said Ferry. Conditions may he ascertained on application to the Hoads' Ofítcc, corner of Melville und Argylc streets. Security will he required for the payment of the rent, The rent to he paid quarterly nt the of Hm of the Collector of Internal Itu venue. Tlie cover.1) of the Tenders to he superscribed "Tenders for renting Restdown Ferry." l'Ri'.n. I'liUTii, JJirector-Cencra! offloads.
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, JULY 29. PUBLIC MEETING AGAINST TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
THE OB SEETEE. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, JULY 23. l'AîLIC MEETING AGAINST TAXATION. IN Another column will bc found an epitome of the proceedings of tho preliminary meet- ing, and we have only to inform our renders til nt. thc public meeting takes pince in the Theatre, on Thursdny, at twelve o'clock, when every colonist who sympathizes in the constitutional principle that Taxation nml Representation should not be separated every colonist who has sense to feel the in- justice of the threatened taxes-every one who can ought to be present. -
PUBLICANS' LICENCES, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
l'UIIMCANS- IilCKNCKS, IIOHART TOWN. NnTiri; is hereby given, timi thc fourth Quar- terly Meeting ol'Justices ol" tile Pence, fur thc con- sideration of applications fur permission to trans- feror continue existing Licences, ami for Certifi- cate! of approval of new Licences being granted, for tho Police District of Hobart Town, (incliuling Kangaroo 1'oint,) will he held in the Court ol'Ile quests' HOOIII, 11 chart Town, on Monday the 1th tiny of August next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Datcil thia (¡th day ol'June, IS l l. A. C. STONOH,Clerk of thc Pence.
PUBLICANS' LICENCES, RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
l'UUUCANS' LICENCES, HlCII.MüM). I Notice.-A Quarterly Meeting ol' Justices for transferring ami grunting Licences to retnil Wines nuil Spirits in the District of Richmond, will bo held at tile Court I louse, llichniond, on Monday, tile 1th day ol' August next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 1 Otb day of July, IS 15. JOHN' JKMOTr, Dep. Clerk of the Peacr.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIBION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
TERMS OF SUBSCRIBION, &c. The OIISERVER will be delivered in Town evert/ Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Country Edition, containing ike Intclli yem:c /,"". I."",^"l"", tho Interior, or other places, on those dugs, will lie posted in the evening. SuitscntvTioN.-10*. per quarter in ad- vance; 13s. credit. AnviuiTisKMUNTS.-Twelve linen and ini- tier, 2s. Viii., and '2d. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction tnt Advertisements continued for any leny th of lime. Advertisements arc received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clock, anti on Thunda;/ till thc same hour. Adver- tisers must state thc number nf insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other- wise they will he continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly, JSo verbal communications attended lo. *£* COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, Orders for the Paper anti Advertisements, to bc addressed, or left at "Tun O li- sna VE it " Office, (Mu. GKOIÍÍÍU llo...
PUBLICANS' LICENCES, LONGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
rUl'.LICANS' LICENCES, LONGFORD. Notice is hereby given. Hint Hie fourth quarterly Meeting of Justices of thc Pence, for the conside- ration of applications for permission to transfer or continue existing Licences, mid for certificates of I approval of new Licences heine; trrnntod for the Police District of Longford, will "bc licld in tho Court House, Longford, on Mondny, the Ith. day of August next, nt in o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 11th day of June, 184'i. A. ll. TRUNO, Dep. Clerk of thc l'enep.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
SHU' MAILS. Vor Sydney i per Waterlily, litis day nt 4-P.M. For Adelaide, per Jane Geary and Sans Pareille, on Thursday next, at noon. For Sivnn Uiver, per Jane Geary, vifi. Adelaide, Thursday next, at noon. For London, per Psyche, on iredncsday Cth proximo, at 4 P.M.
ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 19th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
ACCOUNTANT OF STOKES' OI'FICK. W/h Juli/, 1H15. Ten flers will lie received nt this Oilicc, until 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the fi th August, for the supply of the under-mentioned articles in Laun- ceston : Midis, IG His. ench, G. Ditto, 10 lbs. each, 3. Picks, clay, 30. Ditto, quarry, 15. Lines, road, 3(i yards long each, 2. Ilnmmers, spalding, 5 lbs. each, G. Crowbars, G feet long, 2. Ilnmmers, stone, 2G oz. each, 30. Shovels, long strap, 30. Wheelbarrows, -1. Hakes, rond, 1. Ofiiee, Lnuurrsfnn. K. J. MANLEV, Accountant of Stores.
PORT PHILLIP, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
POUT ru II LIP, JULY 10. Thu following suies have been elU-ctcü hy Messrs. »car neu! Kon: Fat Cattle-28 hoad, from tim lhmninyong district, sold nt from XM 3s to XS I5s per head ; 10 small heifers mid steers, two years old, sold nt from -12s to 51s each; 7*2 head of maiden heifers, and three ye;ir old bullocks, from the Murray, liveried X'S 2s lid each; 28 small two year old heifers and steers, from -bia to 17s each ; -15 head of maiden three year old heifers, sold at from XS lo A'l 10s enuh, or 1.1s per lOOlhs. ; 35 head of bullocks, from three to live years old, sold at XS 13s, .Cf--is. Xl Us, ¿M Kia, and £.'> «'Js each, or nt the same rate ncr lOOlbs. i Store Ctitt?c.~S0 heifers and cows, only part of lot broken in, sold nt from 2-ls to !¡5a each: 15 head of steers, two year old, from 25s to 31s each. I IVorAing Buliocls,-One team of six, vvidi hows and yokes, sold at £fi 10a jicr pair ; one team of I pair ditto, nt JL'U'"15«r" wi tito ut £bwYhiViî^'ofil& °"** SJiccp.-...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 20th JULY, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
àïlnritctô. IIoDATiT TOWN, 2Dth JULY, IR 15. Tlie arrivals of wheat front Adelaide produced n momentary depression in the market, hut yesterday thc cargo per Saut J'arriUe (nbout 400U bushels) was put up for sale hy Mr. Lowes, nnd realised Cs. 3d., Gs. 4d., Gs. Oil., and Gs. fd. per bushel ; a .verv inferior sample fetched Ss. ind. Thc Hour by the'same vessel brought .CH 15s., .ill 17». Cd., nnd £15. Very littlc~lms been done in V. D. L. ?wheat within the last few rtnys, but 10O0 bushels were sold at Gs. 3d. nt Green Ponds. Barley. 4s. Cd. per bushel. Oats. ls. ditto. Maize. 4s. ditto. Hay, pressed .. £3 10s. ta £i Us. per ton. Ditto,loose.... £1 10s. ditto Straw . 30s. to 40s. ditto. Potatoes. £2 15s. to .£3 5s. per ton. Carrots. ls. per doz. Eggs-. ls. 3d. ditto. Cabbage. ls. ditto. Onions, . 20s. cwt. Fowls. Ducks. (tCCSC ........ Turkeys . Uniter. Apples. Shingles . Sawn limber ,. Posts »ml rails .. Palings, bronil.. Ditto, narrow .. IN. to 2s. Oil. per pair. 3s. to ;ts. (id. di...
THE CONVICT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
THE CONVICT SHIP. DY THOMAS K. HERVEY. MORN on the waters !-and, purple nnd bright, Burst on thc billows thc flushing of light 1 O'er the glad waves, like a child of thc sun, Sec thc tall vessel goes gallantly on ; Full to thc breeze she unbosoms her sail, And her pennant streams onward, like hope, in thc gale! The winds come around her, in murmur and song, And thc surges rejoice, as they bear her along I Sec! she looks up to the golden-edged clouds, And the sailor sings gaily aloft in the shrouds ; Onward she glides, amid ripple and spray, Over the waters-away, and away ! Bright as the visions of youth, ere they part, Passing away, like a dream of thc heart 1 Who, as thc beautiful nageant goes by, Music around her, and sunsliinc on high, Pauses to think, and glitter and glow, OU I there bc hearts that are breaking below ? Night on tho waves !-and the moon is on high, Hung like a gem, on the brow of thc sky ; Trending its depths, in thc power of her might, And turning the clouds, ns...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. HOY AI. VISIT TO CHRIST'S HOSPITAL. On Sunday last Christ's Hospital received the honour of a Royal visit,-an unusual occurrence-for, although tho institution is of Royal foundation, no sovereign has visited it during several reigns. Her Majesty, however, has recently taken some interest in Christ's Hospital. Besides being herself a governor, she caused the Prince of Wales to bo made one ; and Prince Albert is one also. The occasion of her Majesty's visit was her wish to witness an interesting scene, which is, no doubt, familiar to many of our readers, -the public supper of the youths educated at the school, or, as they are moro commonly styled, the " Bluccoat Boys," Those suppers take place annually, on eight successive Sundays prior to Easter Sunday. They are held in the great hall of the hospital, the public being usually admitted by tickets, signed by the treasurer, and issued privately ¡ and great numbers of persons are accustomed to assemble on these occasion...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, July 21st, 1845. SUPPLIES FOR ROAD PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, July '¿1st, 1815. surri.iEs pott HOAO PAIITY. TKNDKIH will be received at this oflicc until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the ,'iOth instant, for thc supply of such quantities of the following articles ns may bc required for a road party of 20 men sta- tioned nt llngdad, viz. : Twelve per cent. Hour, or bread nt per lb. Fresh meat per lb. Vegetables per IOU lbs. Salt per lb. Soap per lb. Oil per gallon Cotton wick per lb. Yeast per gallon Straw per 100 lbs. Tile conditions to be thc same ns those npplica ble to the annual contracts, and published in the Courier newspaper under date 0th January lost. li KO. MACLEAN, Deputy Commissary-General.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, July 21st, 1845. SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
COMMISSARIAT OI'l'ICK. Hobart Town, July 21st, 18-15. S F.F.II. RRQUIUF.TJ for convict service nt Tort Arthur, thc following quantities of sect!, viz.: Twenty-five tons black potatoes Five tons rough white clo. Fifteen bushels Cape burley Fifteen bushels oats Fersons desirous of supplying the same arc in. vitcd to transmit their tenders to tins ellice at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the ÖOth instant. The contractor to deliver the articles at Port Arthur in his own ba^s, which latter ran be returned to him. GIÎO. MACI.KAN, Deputy Coinniissftry-Ciencral.
LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. Nil. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
LAUNCESTON. Xii. DEI'AllTUnES. Jnhj 21-Schooner Deborah, 121 tons, Wing, master, for Hobart Town ; Henty & Co., agents. lMt'OUTS. fesscls reported inwards during the week. KU. KXroBTS. Vessels reported outwards during the week. July 21-Per schooner Deborah, for Hobart Town-3 enscs drugs, Towers ; Uti lings wheat, Henty & Co.¡ 133 hags oats, James Ilnven ; 119 bags oats, C, J. Weedons 210 bags wheat, I. Thompson. VESSELS IN HARllOUn. Barque Elizabeth and Jane. 1 nid up Brig.. Union, loading for Sydney . Julia, indefinite Schooner John Charlotte, loading for Sydney .Sourenir, loading for Adelaide Cutter William, ditto
Shipping Intelligence. HODA[?] TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
Juli/ 23-Uris Governor Phillip, 18G tons, Hundley, master, from Norfolk Island, with -18 prisoners. I)F.PAnTUn.ES. Juli/ 2fi-Schooner Flying Fish, 323 tons, Clinch, muster, for Melbourne, with n general cnriro. July 2fi-Schooner Timbo, 123 lons, Gwatkin, master, for Adelaide. l'ROJ F.CTt:n Ii H li A ILTUR ns. Barque Tory has cleared at the Custom House for Madras nnd Calcuttn. Brig Governor Phillip is about lo sail for the Coal Minc3 and Launceston. IMPORTS, fesseh rrjirtrtctt inward* ilnriny ¿he neck. Xii. EXTORTS. Vessels reported outwards during thc week. Ml. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Barque Theresa, from London . Tiiry, from London .Son» nf Commerce, from London ...... Psyche, from Port Phillip Brig.. Governor Phillip, from Norfolk Island Brigantine Sun.» Pareille, from Port Phillip Schooner Umiilicoof, from Port Nelson . Marys, from Adelaide ...... Jane (Henry, from Port Adelaide ...... Waterlily, from Sydney
COURT OF REQUESTS, OATLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 July 1845
COURT OF REQUESTS, OATLANDS. Notice is licrcliy given, that tho next sitting of the nlmve Court, for the heiring anti deckling Claims not exceeding Ten founds, «¡ll be holden at the Court House, Oatlands, nu Saturday, the 2nd day of August next, nt IO o'clock "in tho forenoon. Dated this 1st day of July, 1S45. G. CUPI'AIDÜE, Uermtrar. i