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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
NEW ZEALAND. From New Zealand, intelligence had been received of further disasters to the British troops, which are detailed in the despatches of Colonel Despard, subjoined :— Colonial Secretary's Office, Auckland, 7th July, 1845. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the fol- lowing Despatches for general information. By Command, ANDREW SINCLAiR, Colonial Secretary. Camp before Heke's Pah, July 2. SIR,—It is with much more regret than I can express, that I have to acquaint your Excellency that an attempt was yesterday made by the troops under my command, in the afternoon, to carry the fortified position or pah of Heke, without suceess—and we were repulsed with heavy loss. The particu- lars shall be forwarded to you with as little delay as possible. I enclose herewith a list of killed and wounded. Many of the latter, I am sorry to say, are severe and dangerous. It is impossible to say too much in praise of the bravery and good conduct of both offi...
"THE ISLES SHALL WAIT FOR ME." [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
" THE ISLES SHALL WAIT FOR ME." ISAIAH. METHINKS I witness the prophetic gaze, O'er the blue waters far and wide it strays. The isles, thick studding meet the prophet's eye, Each isle affianced to idolatry. He speaks—I tremble—Heaven's avenging rod Waits but the voice, to wreak the curse of God. But wrath is silent-heard no harsh decree : Thus saith the Lord,—" The isles shall wait for me." Angels rejoice, and strains prelusive sing, The joy foretasting that those isles shall bring. But there is one, bright sparkling on the breast. Of swelling ocean, fairer than the rest ; And isle for beauty and majestic mien, Enthron'd upon the waste as Ocean's Queen. But gain her shores ; no graceful crown she wears No moral vest, no righteous sceptre bears. The subject crouches and the despot raves ; Each fears, none loves, and all alike are slaves ; Yet, leagued in common ignorance, agree In idol-worship to subject the knee. Deceiving and deceived, the hoary priest Calls to prepare for Baalim t...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. By the Louisa we have Sydney papers to the 2nd August. The Governor opened the Legislative Council on the 29th July, in a speech conciliating in its tone, and satis factory in its substance, which is subjoined. The reply was a mere echo of the speech, excessing gratification at what was gratify- &nbsp; ing in it, concurrence in what was expressive of hope :— GENTLEMEN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,— In meeting you again for the despatch of business, &nbsp; I am happy to be able to congratulate you on the &nbsp; improvement which continues to manifest itself in i the cndition of the colony. &nbsp; Since the close of your last session, it has been &nbsp; ascertained that in the year 1844, for the first time &nbsp; in the History of New South Wales, the exports of &nbsp; the colony exceeded the imports—a fact which affords the fairest promise of our colonists being able speedily to overcome the difficulties in wh...
ENGLISH. MR. GLADSTONE ON THE MAYNOOTH GRANT. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—SATURDAY, APRIL. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
ENGLISH. &nbsp; MR. GLADSTONE ON THE MAYNOOTH GRANT. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—SATURDAY, APRIL 11. THE work of receiving petitions concluded, and some smaller matters disposed of, Sir Robert Peel moved the second reading of the Maynooth College Bill. Mr. Colquhoun, repeating many argumenta against the measure—the Democratic and agitating ten- dencies of Maynooth, the inevitable following of ulterior endowments for the Roman &nbsp; &nbsp; Catholic Church, and so forth,—moved that the bill be read a second time that day six months. He was followed by Mr. Grogan to the same effect, with an emphatic warning of the danger of encouraging the Jesuits in Ireland. Mr. Gladstone then rose. He excused himself for not having dulivered his opinion on the measure at the earliest opportunity, by the necessity of seeing the printed bill and maturing his judgment. He admitted his belief that the minority of last week re- presented the prevailing sense of a great majority of the peopl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
FAT BULLOCKS. MR. STACEY , &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; WILL SELL BY AUCTION AT THE GO- VERNMENT SLAUGHTER HOUSE, &nbsp; THIS DAY, at half-past TEN, Twenty Head of &nbsp; the fattest Cattle ever landed from Port Phillip, averaging upwards of 950 lbs. each. The above will be sold in lots of 4 or 5, to suit purchasers. Terms-Cash. 120 For Sale, THE SCHOONER EAGLE. THE Undersigned has received in- &nbsp; structious from James Gibson, Esq., the Manager of the Van Diemen's Land Company, to dispose of the Schooner Eagle, 108 tons Register, immediately on her arrival at this Port : she is expected here in about 10 days.—For particulars, apply to JAMES DAVIS, 7, Davey-street. 13th August, 1845, PRIME COLONIAL HAMS AND BACON, On Sale at ROBERTSON & GRAHAM'S, CHEAPSIDE HOUSE, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LIVERPOOL, STREET. A NEW, Prime and Excellent Lot of the BEST COLON...
ENGLISH. THE TYRANNY OF ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
ENGLISH. &nbsp; THE TYRANNY OF ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS. A RESPECTABLE inhabitant of Norwich, Mr. Francis, was cited before the Ecclesiastical Court, not for refusing to pay, but for " wil- fully and contumaciously refusing to join or concur in the making of a Church-rate." Sir Herbert J. Fust decided that this constituted an ecclesiastical offence, for which the party was subject to spiritual censures, besides other pains and penalties in the shape of costs. This decision the Court of Queen's Bench has overruled in a judgment distin- guished for its sound legal and constitutional principle, and which raises another barrier against the aggression of ecclesiastical au- thority. Had so monstrons a proposition been once established in law as that which Sir H. J. Fust's decision involved, all oppo- sition to Church-rates would have been at an end. Every opponent would have been sub- ject to excommunication. Lord Denman, in giving judgment in the case, observes :— " The Court could ...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
IRELAND. The proceedings at the weekly meeting of the Repeal Association, on Monday (7th), were rather entertaining. Mr. O'Connell introduced Mr. Richard Grey Porter, late High Sheriff of Fermanagh (and author of a well-known pamphlet on Federalism), and moved that he he enrolled a member of the Association, which was carried by acclama- tion. Mr. Porter avowed his adherence to Federalism. The chief features of the new Act of Union which he advocated were, firstly, the recognition of Ireland as a voluntary partner in the Hiberno-British Empire ; se- condly, the settlement of the national debts of the two countries on equitable principles ; and next, an increase of Representatives in the British House of Commons, to the extent to which this country was entitled according to population and amount of territory. But be gave the associators some advice. He would tell them some of the reasons which deterred many thousands of men of moderate opinions in the North of Ireland, and indeed in ...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
AGRICULTURE. &nbsp; To Sow PARSNIPS.—Dibble the seed half an inch deep, in rows eighteen inches apart, and at intervals of ten inches in the rows, on the surface of well and deeply cultivated soil, This will cost about 8s. an acre. SALT AS A MANURE—One cwt. per acre is sufficient for a stiff clay, but three or four for a light soil, Throw in charcoal dust, earthy coal ashes, vegetable mould, &c., into the pit along with night soil ; but by no means quick lime. Mix it in a compost along with other manures. MATURATION OF CORN.—It is renarkable that the further north it can be made to grow, the shorter is the period in which it comes to maturity ; it has also been observed that corn grown in the extreme north, when used as a seed in a southern country, gives its first produce more speedily, ripening in a much shorter time, although ata second sow- ing it loses this quality. This fact has been taken advantage of in Sweden, corn being annually brought for seed from Turneo...
PERIODICAL WORK CONDUCTED BY LUNATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
PERIODICAL WORK CONDUCTED BY LUNATICS. LUNATICS, who, fifty years ago, were dun- geoned and whipped, are now treated to balls and soirées, they conduct farms, and are admitted to public worship. A new feature has been developed in their treat- ment at the Crichton Institution, Dumfries ; they there club their wits to prepare and issue a monthly periodical sheet. The first number of The New Moon, or Crichton Royal Institution Literary Register, appeared on the 3rd of December, in the form of a double leaf in quarto. It is sold to the public, but we are not informed at what price. In the prospectus, the fact of the exclusive manage- ment of the work by inmates is asserted ; and the object is stated to be, a humble endeavour to lead persons of that class to think aright on the chief subjects which &nbsp; should occupy their attention under present circumstances, so that they may leave the institution wiser and better men and women than they entered it.' Not only is the literary...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. COLLEGE OF CHEMISTRY.—A College of Chemistry has been established in the me- tropolis. The promoters of this college have four objects in view-viz., 1st. To es- tablish a laboratory, (as designed by Sir H. Davy) for original investigations, and for extending the boundaries of chemical science on the model of the Giessen laboratory. 2nd. To form a " college " for the instruc- tion of students in analysis and scientific research, upon such terms as to encourage young men of talent and scientific taste to apply themselves to chemistry, and for qua- lifying public lecturers and teachers. 3rd. To form departments for the application of chemistry to agriculture, geology, minera- logy, and metallurgy, by an analysis of soils, rocks, &c. ; to medicine, physiology, the arts, and manufactures. 4th. The enjoyment of such means as may appear expedient for en- couraging the pursuit of scientific chemistry throughout the country, and for making it a branch of general edu...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 15 August 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; To CORRESPONDENTS.—The letter on New Zea- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; land, and that of " A. Plain Man, " in our next. EXECUTION.—Maxfield, convicted at the last Sessions of attempting the murder of the Overseer at Port Arthur, was executed on Tuesday morning. From the insensibility to his awful condition which the Courier represents him to have exhibited to the last, may be concluded how utterly useless, and worse than useless, would have been the spectacle intended by the Puisné Judge to have been made of him at Port Arthur.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
j COMMISSARIAT OFI'ICK. NOTICt; TO CONTItACTDItK. Holinrt Town, lath July, 1815. j NoTicr. is hereby given, that the following standing rules must be iimirinMy observed by nil parties wishing to become Contractors with this Department. j I. IC ve ry Tender to bc in dupliralc, sealed, nnd endorsed on the envelope, in accordance with the description of supply to which it refers. 1 2. Printed forms of Tenders rim be obtained nt the several Commissariat &lt; J Hires: und in every ease that will admit of it these must be used nnd sigurd by n responsible party enirairinir to become , suretv for the due fulfilment of the Tender if ne : cepted. J .'I Separate Tenders must be made to corres- pond with cadi advertisement respectively, even in rases where they may be called for on the same , day. Gr.o. M AH.R.W» , T)c¡íuty Coumiinsary-tieiicrnl. j
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, July 28th, 1845. SUPPLIES FOR CONVICT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Ilolmrt Town, July 28th, 1815. KUITI.II'S Kürt CONVICT SI.HVICE. Thc severnl rontractors having given tlic stipu- lated notice of their intention to relinquish their following contracts on thc ."»Otb September next Notice is hereby given that tenders will be re- ceived at thi«» office until 12 o'clock on Wednes- day, the 20th August for furnishing the uuder nieutinneil supplies, in such quantities, ami at sueli times as may be required from 1st October, IHJJ, to a 1 st March, KS Hi, viz. fM'ilitarv mid Naval Ser- vices", Hobart Town I Convict Hospitals, do ttrcml peril)-,mndefrom Children mid Sick at (hie wheaten flour \ the Témale House of j Correction and Nur 1 sery nt. Dynnyrne L House, do. f Hiring Depot Hrick Hread, 12 per cent., per J fields, Fem ¡de Home lb. j nf Correction and Gaol L Hobart Town Ilren.l 12 nnd 20 perl p cent, per Mi. J Fresh meat per lb. -f J!T"''"",.''' . 1 I H aterlno Foi ut 20 per cent. Hour per*| nn'Tns per lb. MI.M.S. « Anson." (Sam...
CMOMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
CMO MISS A HI AT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 2Stli, 1815. Tiir.Asunv BU.i.s. j Notice is hereby given, thnt tenders will conti- nue to be received as hitherto, at this office, every I Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Hills to be drawn nt ,'ÏO dnyV Mght on (lu: Hight Honourable thc Lords Commissioners of Uer Majesty's Treasury, in exchange (br British silver or gold; when those nt the most lu vu ruble rate, will, if approved, bc accepted. ! On such occasions, however, ns the sudden de- parture of a vessel, liv which remittances have to he made, special tenders will he received without reference to thc particular day thus appointed for ordinary cases. Thc tenders to be (in duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Bills," nnd to state the nm?unt of each hill, together with the name of the party in j r.KO. MACHAN, I Deputy Cuimmssnry-Cicncrnl.
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 12th August 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
COMMISSIONKKS- OFFICE. ll'/A Amjusl 18 li. NOTICE is hereby Riven, (hat the tulloviilig Claims fur Grams will he ready Tor Examination, hy the Commissioners t>j>]n>inti ii f'ir ilint purpose, 11(1011 or immediately nf.e-r the '211th d;iy of October next, on or before which diiy any caveat or counter claim must bc entered. Kilwanl Fisher, Quecnlmro, liurlihigbiim. ¡I la. 2r. d'art ot' I..nil imgrui.-illv localed tn Edward Fisher, «cllior. wild lie.,.loathed Ul applicant.) Itoim.led on the «eitern si.le hy .Vi eli;, ins (ir, links sontlxrly along hind occupied hy or belongil.;: to Joseph Fisher commet ci-iir at the m.r: li-c.-.st.-.ugle lhere.if nu 1 lie Uiver Derwent »nd cr.issin,r the m..ii. mini from the Ci iv nT 11..biri Town lo llrotvii's Uiver, on the north hy I chain 15 I nks woslcrlv also nlotio; the same l.ilul, ..gain mi the western side hy Ki chains southerly .-ils»'along land occupied I.v rr hrloncinir lo the aforesaid Joseph Fisher, on'the south «vest hy fi chain...
Markets. HOBART TOWN, 19th AUGUST, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
àîlarïictô. HonAivr TOWN, 19th AUGUST, 1815. j One thousand bushels of wheat will he shipped this week fur Sydney. Wheat. 5s. 8d. to Cs. per bushel. Harley. 4s. fld. ditto. Oats. 4s. ditto. TM aizc. Hs. ditto. I Hay, pressed .. £3 5s. to £3 10s. per ton. Ditto,loose.... X'.'i ditto Straw . 35s. ditto. Potatoes. A'3 5s. to ¿£3 10s. per ton. Carrots. 3s. per doz. Eggs. lOd. ditto. Cabbage. ls. ditto. Caidiilowers .. ls. (id ditto. Onions. 20s. cwt. Fowls. 2s. to 2s. Gd. per pair. Ducks. 3s. to 3s. Cd. ditto. Geese . 3s. (id. to -ls. each. Turkeys . Cs. to 7s. ditto. Rutter. ls. Cd. to ls. Od. lb. Apples. 8s. to 12s. per bushel. Shingles . 5s. Cd. to tis. per thousand. Sawn timber .. 5s. to Gs. per 100 feet. Posts and rails .. 18s. to 25s. ditto. Palings, broad.. 5s. Cd. to 7s. ditto. Ditto, narrow .. 4s. Cd. to 5s. ditto. SYDNEY, AUGUST 2, Wheat-Several small parcels have been brought to town during the week, but in quantity there is a great falling off, omi this may now bc expected d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
FOR LONDON. The first-class fast-sailing British-built Bark SONS OF COMMERCE, 150 Tons Register, EDWIN CROUCH WILLIAMS, Commander, HAVING the whole of her dead weight and a considerable portion of &nbsp; &nbsp; her wool engaged, will have des- 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. Maquarie-street, 14th July. For Sale, THE SCHOONER EAGLE. THE Undersigned has recieved in- stuctions from James Gibson, Esq., the Manager of the Van Diemen's Land Company, to dispose of the Schooner Eagle, 108 tons Register, immediately on her arrival at this Port : she is expected here in about 10 days.—For particulars, apply to JAMES DAVIS, 7. Davey-street, 13th August, 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 pu...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 2nd August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
THE GAZETTE. &nbsp; &nbsp; COMMISSIONERS' OFICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; 2nd August, 1845. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims &nbsp; for Grants will be ready for examination, by the &nbsp; &nbsp; 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 &nbsp; must be entered. Robert Bailey, Ulva, Monmouth, 1a. 3r, 33p. (Originally ordered to W. Sorell, and subsequently conveyed to I. H. Butcher, R. Bilney, and appli- cant respectfully)—Bounded on the north-east by &nbsp; &nbsp; 5 chains 79 links north-westerly along allotments &nbsp; granted to William Bastian and Henry Willis and along allotments occupied by or belonging to I. &nbsp; Cassidy and I. K. Buscombe commencing at the south angle of the first mentioned allotment on Bilecy-street, on the north-went by 3 chains 9 links south-westerly a...
ACCOUNTANT OF STORKS' OFFICE. 2nd August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 19 August 1845
ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 2nd August, 1845. &nbsp; Tenders will be received at this office, until 12 &nbsp; o'clock on Saturday, the 23rd instant, for the sup- &nbsp; ply of such quantities of the under-mentioned arti- &nbsp; cles as may be required for Colonial Service at &nbsp; Hobart Town, from the 1st September next to the &nbsp; 31st March, 1846 ; subject to the usual conditions, &nbsp; which can be ascertained on application at this &nbsp; office, together with any further particulars that &nbsp; may be desired :— &nbsp; Salt pork, at per lb. &nbsp; Raisins, ditto, &nbsp; Peas, at per pint. &nbsp; Oatmeal, ditto. &nbsp; E. I. MANLEY, Accountant of Stores. &nbsp;