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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
INDIA. FROM India the mail brings as rumours of war. Dost Mahomed and his son Akbar are evidently preparing to take advantage of the dissensions in the Punjaub and re- annex Peshawur to the Dooranee empire, if they can procure free egress through the Khyber Passes. The treaty of Lahore, it may be recollected, bound the British Go- vernment to lend the ruler of the Punjaub military assistance in case of any such attempt ; and if that treaty be still in force (which is most doubtful) we may be again involved in another Anglian war. The pro- bability is, however, that we shall be called in to protect the youthful Maharajah of the Punjaub from the turbulence of his unruly and rebellious sirdars ; and in that event have neither menus nor inclination to pre- serve Peshawur for him. It was for cen- turies a province of Afghanistan ; and the sooner it is re-annexed thereto, the better for all parties in our opinion. The Indian Government threatens an incrense of im- port duties, a mensure s...
THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH IN IRELAND, BY THE REVEREND SYDNEY SMITH. &nbsp; &nbsp; THERE is a story in the Leinster family which passes under the name of " She is not well." A Protestant clergyman, whose church was in the neighbourhood, was a guest at the house of that upright and excellent man the Duke of Leinster. He had been staying there three or four days ; and on Saturday night, as they were all retiring to their rooms, the Duke said, "We shall meet to-morrow at breakfast." " Not so (said our Milesian Protestant ;) your hour, my lord, is a little too late for me : I am very particular in the discharge of my duty, and your breakfast will interfere with my church." The duke was pleased with the very proper excuses of his guest, and they separated for the night—his grace perhaps deeming his palace more safe from all the evils of life for containing in its bosom such an exemplary son of the church. The first person, however, whom the duke saw in the morning upon enteri...
MEETINGS TO OPPOSE THE MAYNOOTH GUANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
MEETINGS TO OPPOSE THE MAYNOOTH GRANT. &nbsp; The meetings to oppose this grant commenced an Monday, when 2,500 dissenters assembled in the Eaton Institution, Commercial-road, Sir Culling Smith, Bart., in the chair. He opened the proceedings by saying they were not met to " grieve over the betrayal of their cause by friends," such as Lord John Russell, but to protest against &nbsp; the proceedings of their opponents. It was the object of Minsters to carry their measure before the country had time to oppose it. " History was not wanting in instances of a similar nature. They were attempting to re-establish Roman Catholicism in the land from which it had been rooted out, and it might he remembered that another statesman, deemed in his own times great-Lord Bolingbroke —had tried the same experiment in Scotland, and given precisely the same interval of one week for the people to express their opinions with regard to it, or rather to prevent their doing so. He had perishe...
THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES. NOT having the smallest desire to see the State endowed with and exercising additional power over the Universities, we cannot re- gret the rejection of Mr. Christies' motion for a commission to enquire into the educa- tional systems, though allour sympathies are with his very clever speech. Doubtless their systems are susceptible of improvement, and it is but justice to acknowledge that neither Oxford nor Cambridge (the latter es- pecially) has of late years been stationary. But it is not to their respective courses of tuition that any very serious exception can be urged ; it is against their denial of edu- cation to all but members of the Established Church that the gravest objection lies. This exclusiveness is as injurious to the Church of England as it is unjust to Dissen- ters ; it confirms and strengthens dissent, and weakens the Church. By the admission of dissenters intended for lay pursuits to University privileges and honours, the aspe- rites that ...
AGRICULTURE. ON MANURES. [From the Farmer's Magazine for February.] (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
AGRICULTURE. ON MANURES. [From the Farmer') Magazine for February.] (Concluded from our last.) If the dung be injudiciously treated, the urine discharged by the cattle is squandered, and indeed altogether lost. This is owing to the construction of the barns which gene- rally prevail throughout the provinco, and which cannot be altered without some little outlay of capital. Being formed of wood, they are mostly raised and propped on a foundation, and a door of plank is invariably laid. The whole urine of the cattle, except what is absorbed by the dung, finds its way through the seams ; and either oozes out into the earth, or forms beneath the barn a foe'id and noisome pool of standing: water. The essential elements of vegetable matter with &nbsp; which it is surcharged assume quickly the gaseous forms ; and either mountup through the floor, or escape by the sides of the build- ing. At all events, their fertilising' qualities are turned to no account, and the loss from this si...
Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 August 1845
Miscellaneous Shipping. Whaling News.—Portland Bay—Henty's shore party and Lady Mary Pelham, 4 whales ; Sherbert, 2 whales, sailed 18th July ; Griffiths, in the Margaret, 3 whales ; W. Young, Abeona, 5 whales ; in all about 62 tuns black oil. Whale party at Lady Bay—In schooner Industry, M'Farlane, master, ono whale between them. Port Fairy—Schooner Adelaide, Gay, master, 2 whales ; Griffiths' shore party, 2 whales. The schooner Marys, Griffiths, master, on her way from Hobart Town to Adelaide put in at Portland Bay on the 30th July for wood and water, after a passage of 3 weeks. One of the three horses belonging to Mr. George Sharpe, passenger, was lost. [From the Launceston Examiner.] The Henry from Adelaide and Port Phillip ar- rived on Thursday, the 7th instant. The Souvenir has again put back. The Winchester, Milligan, master, from Laun- ceston to London, 15th February, was spoken by &nbsp; the Persian, arrived at Sydney, in 1° 5' north lat. &nbsp; 22 ° 43' west...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 15th AUGUST, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
áílarlttttí» HonAUT Towy, 15lh AÜODST, 1815. "Wheat is again on the rise, lt is quite evident hy accounts from Sydney that they must ere long become purchasers herc. At Adelaide it has also advanced} moreover, they have no more to sparc for export. Only small parcels have been sold In town since otir Inst report, and the average price may be taken at Ss. Cd. ¡ but no large quantity can be got even nt 5s. 9d. Harley. «ls. Gd. per bushel, in demand. Oats. ls. ditto. Maize. 'ts. ditto. Hay, pressed ., £3 5s, to £3 10s. per ton. Ditto, loose.... £2 10s. ditto Straw . 30s. to 40s. ditto. Potatoes ...... £3 5s. to ¡?3 10s. per ton. Canots. ls. per doz. Eggs. Bd. to ls. ditto. Cabbage. ls. ditto. Onions.20s. cw t. Fowls. 2s. to 2s. Cd. per pair. Sucks. 3s. to 3s. Gd. ditto. Geese . 3s. Gd. to 4s. Ach. Turkeys . Gs. to 7s. ditto. Butter. ls. Cd. to ls. Od. lb. Apples. 8s. to 12s. per bushel. Shingles . 5s. Gd. to 6s. per thousand. Sawn timber .. 5s. to Cs. per 10O feet. Posts and rails.. IB...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
FOR LONDON. The first-class fast-sailing British-built Bark SONS OF COMMERCE, 350 Tons Register, EDWIN CROUCH WILLIAMS, Commander, HAVING the whole of her dead &nbsp; weight and a considerable portion of &nbsp; wool engaged, will have des- &nbsp; patch. The cabin accommodations &nbsp; of this vessel are of a very superior description. For freight or passage apply to the Commander on board, or to THOS. D. CHAPMAN & Co. Macquarie-street, 14th July. FOR ADELAIDE. THE A 1 Brigantine Jane Geary, &nbsp; 230 tons Register, Robert Bernio, &nbsp; commander, is now loading for the &nbsp; above Port, and will sail in a few days. For freight or passage apply to Capt. Bernio, on board, or to ASKIN MORRISON. New Wharf, } July 20th, 1845. } The General Registry Office FOR SERVANTS OF ALL CLASSES, 45, Liverpool Street. MRS. REX has several good servants on her list. Orders for Her Majesty's Ship Anson punc- tually attended to, Mrs. Rex...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 2nd August, 18[?]5. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 2nd August, 1845. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 2nd day of October next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Robert Bailey, Ulva, Monmouth, 1a. 3r. 33p. (Originally ordered to W. Sorell, and subsequently &nbsp; conveyed to I. H. Butcher, R. Bilney, and appli- &nbsp; cant respectively)—Bounded on the north-east by 5 chains 79 links north-westerly along allotments granted to William Bastian and Henry Wilks and along allotments occupied by or belonging to I. south angle of the first mentioned allotment on Bilney-street, on the north-west by 3 chains 9 links south westerly along an allotment occupied by or belonging to R. Young, on the south-west by 5 &nbsp; chains 90 links south-westerly along allotments oc- occuped by or belonging to W. H. Breton an...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 12th August 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. &nbsp; 12th August 1845. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready for Examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 20th day of October next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. &nbsp; Edward Fisher, Queenboro, Buckingham, 34a. 2r. (Part of land originally located to Edward Fisher, senior, who bequeathed to applicant.) Bounded on the western side by 55 chains 65 links southerly along land occupied by or belonging to Joseph Fisher commencing at the north-east angle thereof on the River Derwent and crossing the &nbsp; main road from the City of Hobart Town to Brown's River, on the north by 1 chain 45 links westerly also along the same land, again on the western side by 16 chains southerly also along land occupied by or belonging to the aforesaid Joseph Fisher, on the south west by 6 chains 57 links south-easterly along land gran...
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. [?] TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. &nbsp; State of the Female House of Correction at &nbsp; Hobart Town, 8th August, 1845 :— Under colonial sentence - - - 246 Free women - - - - - 14 Under separate system - - - 31 Nursing children - - - - 8 Sick in hospital - - - - 16 Invalids - - - - - - 2 Servants, turnkeys, &c. - - - 8 Ditto to officers of Institution - - 3 Total number of women - - 328 Children under two years of age - - 8 Women at the Nursery, Dynnyrne - 58 Children at ditto under one year of age 40 Ditto above ditto - - - - 52 Total number of children - - 92 JOHN HUTCHINSON, Superintendent.
HIRING DEPORT, BRICKFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. Return of Women disposable at the Hiring Re- pot, Brickfields, on 9th August, 1845 :— In the 3rd class - - - - - 126 2nd class - - - - 77 1st class - - - - - 10 Total - - - - - 213 Received from private service - - 20 Ditto from Female House of Correction 21 Total - - - - - 41 Discharged to private service - - 29 Ditto to their tickets-of-leave - - 4 Total - - - - - 33 C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent.
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, &nbsp; &nbsp; LAUNCESTON. State of the Female House of Correction at Launceston, 7th August, 1845 :— Under colonial sentence - - - 51 Under probation - - - - 4 Nursing children - - - - 26 Sick in the hospital - - - - 6 Servants, turnkeys, &c. - - - 7 Ditto to officers of Institution - - 2 Total number of women - - 97 Children under one year old - - 19 Dtto above ditto - - - 11 Total number of children - 30 A. M'LEOD. Superintendent.
HIRING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
HIRING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. Number of Women for disposal in the Hiring Depôt, on the 7th August, 1845 :— &nbsp; In the 3rd class. - - - - - 11 2nd class - - - - 3 1st class - - - - - 3 Total - - - - - 17 Received from Female House of Correction 8 Ditto from private service - - 6 Total - - - - - 14 Discharged to private service - - 14 SAMUEL JOHNSTON, Superintendent.
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 5th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
&nbsp; INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 5th August, 1845. THE under-mentioned Merchant and Trader has applied for and taken out a License authorising him &nbsp; as a Wholesale Dealer, to sell Wines and Spirit- uous Liquors for the period ending 31st December, 1845, pursurnt to an Act of this Island in such case made and provided, intituled " An Act for the " Licensing of Wholesale Dealers in Wines and " Spirituous Liquors :"— John James, Hobart Town. &nbsp; P. FRASER, Collector of Internal Revenue.
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 7th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 7th August, 1845. NOTICE.—His Excellency the Lieutenant-Gover- nor having approved of a Licence being issued to the under-mentioned individuals to act as Auction- &nbsp; eers jointly within this Island and its Dependencies for twelve calandar months form the date hereof, a License has been issued to them to act jointly as Auctioneers accorrdinely :— T. Y. Lowes & W. T. Macmichael, Hobart Town. P. FRASER, Collector of Internal Revenue.
MOUNTED POLICE OFFICE. 21st July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
MOUNTED POLICE OFFICE. 21st July, 1845. Tenders will be received by the Officer com- manding the Mounted Police, until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 20th proximo, for the supply of Forage of a good quality for four Mounted Police Horses stationed at Hobart Town, for four months, commencing on the 1st September next. The Tenders to state the price per Ration, consisting of Hay 12 lbs., Oats 10 lbs., and Straw 4 lbs. A. EARDLEY-WILMOT, For the Officer commanding Mounted Police.