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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
DISSOLUTION Ol' PAUTNKHS II IP. Notice, ia liereby (riven, tli.it thc I'ortucrsliip hitherto suhsistintr between Mir. undersigned as Mercliants ami Commission Agents, at l.cetis, in Kilßlanil, limier the lirm of Swain & Webbs; at Sydney, in New South Wales, nuder ibo firm of Swain! Webbs, S Company; and at Hobart Town, Van Piemen's Latid, lintier the firm ot Swain, Webbs, and Kxtoii, bas been this dav dissnlvetl by l^on-is^Mic'cHi'eVtV'oe rl'tiPing" Wn¥ .Äu?^ partnership. Dated this loth tiny of August, 18-15. WILLIAM SWAIN, l!y Iiis Attorney, William Hopkinson. THOMAS Winni, Hy Iiis Attorney, William Hopkinson. Josr.ru WEUH, Hy his Attorney, William Hopkinson. WILLIAM HOPKINSON. JOSCCII EXTON. Witness-An'rurn I'KUU V, Solicitor, I loba rt Town.
SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
SWAN HIVER. Wu are indebted to tho politeness of Lieut. Helpman, U N., who has arrived in this port in command of II. M. S. Champion from Swan'Uiver, for papers from that colony to tho 2G'lli July. I'Vom these wo learn that Governor Hutt had resigned-that his resignation bad been accepted by Loni Stanley ; and that his successor's appoint- ment was looked for, Mr. Bland, a colonist ha&lt;! contracted with tho Lords of the Admi- ral;)1 io supply timber for shipping- purposes lo die amount of 400 loads, at prices varying fron £10 to ;£14 per load, the descriptions hein?; specified. The stale of tho colony is dilT.'rcntly represented, some contending that ¡tis advancing in prosperity, and nthers that it is retrograding-. There seems no reason for concluding' that it ls making- any rapid advance Tho cir- cumstance of its heilig- contemplated to »itVdraw tho branch establishment of tho Australasian Hank is not a favourable indes. There aro scarcely any sales of land by th; Govern...
ROADS' DEPARTMENT. 25th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
HOADS' DKl'AUT.MKNT. 2.Vh .-lugust, lB-lfl. HiiinriKwATKii Fi: ii nv.- Tenders will lie re- ceived ni lliis office, until 1 o'clock, P.M., on Saturday, the loth of September next, for renting, fur two yen is I'niui the 1st nf October next, thc Government Ferry now established nt Bridgewater across tlie Uiver Derwent, together with thc runts, Hunts, nml liuililings belonging to the Go- vernment ¡it the said Ferry. Comblions niny bo nscerlnincd on application to the Roads' Office, corner of .Melville nml Argylo Strects. Security will bc reipiireil for the payment oT the rent. The rent to bc paid nu.irterly, at ibo otlico of the Collector ol' Internal Itevruue. Tho covers of the Tenders to be superscribed " Tenders for reuther Itl'hl-'ewnter Ferrv." i Furn. FiiuTii, Mrcclw-Cmcral nj Iiuail.i.
THE GAZETTE. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 13th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
T II ii GAZETTE. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. llubnrt Tum, ISM slwjuit, 181."), Tenders arc invited Kir the hire nf n building comaininir not less than >ix mums, «¡th a fire- place in e uell, suitable for offices, and to be kent in repnir by Mic proprietor, The tenders t" be in duplicate, tn specify the number and dimensions of tho rooms, and to be for- warded tn Ibis office, addressed to the respective officers of lier Majesty's Ordnance, until «he ISUth institut. It. DOUGLAS, Ordonnée Storekeeper.
SYDNEY. SQUATTING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
SYDNEY. SO.UA.TTING Rr.GXJLATIONS. "Wc committed a mistake recently in publishing for the Government Squatting Regulations others which had been recom- mended. Vc now correct our error : 1. With reference lo tho Notico respecting; Licences to Pasturo sheep and cattle on Crown Lands, which was issued from this Ollice on the 2nd April, 1814, and to tho despatches of which copies were publiscd in thu Government Gazette extraordinary of tho "28th June last, hts Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has directed this additional Notico to be pub- lished. 2. Tho quantities of land actually in tho occupation of individuals, being- as yet in many cases imperfectly knuwn to tho Go- vernment, the iiules bid down in tho Notice of the 2nd April, 1844, cannot bo fully ap- plied in tho issue of Licenses for the current year: Licenses, therefore, for the occupation of Crown Lands beyond tho boundaries of location, during; the year which commenced on thu 1st instant, and...
THE PRESENT CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
THE MUSENT CUISIS. Din tho opposition to his Exçllcncy's measures originate in personal dislike or factious turbulence, it would not leae com maud the concurrence of the poop's ¡ but if fairly investigated, it will bc folowcd to causes which have slowly necumuhfed their power lind driven the colonists to niistance, as their only Tefugc. A petition to the Queen, though postponed, will utimatcly be adopted-though it may ratter bc styled sin Address to Her Minster ; it is a reproach no less than aj suppli- cation. Our grievances, if nti attri- butable to deliberate injustice, musí be as- cribed to indifference or ignorance,scarcely less reprehensible. If other dependencies of thc Crown have cause of complùnt, our chief misfortunes are peculiar to ourselves. Not only are we condemned to enduro a system which threatens the dissolutbn of society; the whole pecuniary hurten it creates is imposed on our Revenue. That this is just is not even pretended 1/ his Excellency ; and though ia this ...
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, BETWEEN THE HON. AND REV. ALLCARFT INCUBUS, A.M., RECTOR OF KEEPEMDOWN, AND NEPHEW TO THE EARL OF CONINGFORCE—HIS WIFE, SON, AND DAUGHTERS; HIS FRIENDS, THE REV. DR. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, J1ETWEKN THE HON. AND UKV» AMXRAPT INCUBUS, A.M., RECTOR OP KREPEMDOWN, AND NHl'IIEW TO THE EARL OK CONINÜFOUCE-HIS WIFE, SON, AND DAUGHTERS; HIS FRIENDS, TH*: RSV. DH, j IIOOKEM, Silt JAMKS MAMMON, AND OTHERS, HY ROWLAND II I LL, TUK YOUNGER. SCENE,-Uhrnry in thc Rectory,-the how-win- dow of whick opens on an eA'tnnxirc Lawn, tr/VA a ßsh pond, surrounded hy lofty trees » the ivy cavcrcd Tower of Keepemdown Church seen through a partial opening. DIALOGUE I. Mn. INCUUUS.-EMILV. il/r. Incubus. Why, Emily, it has struck five o'clock, a«tl you nre only just come hume, scarce in timo to bc ready for dinner. Where have you been nil day, to m ¡ike you so late ? Emily* You know, papa, it is seven miles from thc town where I have been shopping; and Thomas would drive so slow,-we were almost an hour coming home. Mr. Incubus. Hut what had j'ou so much to do in the town that you could not set off earlier? Emily. I met those amiable creatures, thc Mildmays, and wc went ...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 19th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
COM MISSION'.'US' OIT'IClí, 19M August, 1815. Notice U hereby given, that thc fallowing Claims fur Grants will be ready for examination, by tho Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after thu liJth day of October n*?xt, on or bt*turu winch day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Itichard Huberts, City oí Hobart, 18p. (Origi- nally T. W. Birch, tutti sold nt publie miction to ap- plicant), bounded on the north-east by I clmin 50 ¡inks north-westerly along un allotment occupied by or belonging to thc representatives of the late "William Osborne commencing nt the Knuth ungle thereof on Maciptarie-strcct and extending to nu old pep, on the north-west by 70* Hides smu li-west crly ulong thc Human i'atholic Church allotment, on the south-west by 1 chain .00 links south-east- erly also ulong that allotment to Mncijunric-strcct aforesaid, and thence on thc south-east by 75 and two-thirds links north-easterly along that street to ; thc point of commencement. ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NKAV VunucATioN-We have received thc second number of the Van Dienieii's Land Tempe- rance Herald, a very cheap and creditable publica- tion, designed to promote habits of temperance. Tile subscription is only ls. per quarter. Wc ex- tract thc following infamous proclamation of thc Hussion Government in Poland against thc efforts of the clergy to promote sobriety : Warsaw, October 21, 18-14. His Highness the Viceroy of thc kingdom lins deigned, by n special instruction sent to the Itcv. Mr. Lentowski, under the dute of July 11th, to allow thc clere;}' of his diocese to take the neces- sary steps in order to arrest thc drunkenness so general in the country-but with that express pro- viso, that nothing should he dene without the knowledge and sanction of the Secretary of State for thc Homo Department. In thc mcnntiuie it lins heen represented lo his Highness, that thc clergy of thc diocese of Kiclee have, in their cthjrts, overstepped thc limits assigned to them, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
POSTPOr-JSMZîBTT PUBLIC MEETING. fir^HK undersigned recpiisilionists for con. vening tile niuiounced Public Meeting having taken into consideration the circum- stances connected with the adjournment ol' the Legislative Council, anil the reasons assigned hy the Licutcnant-Govcrnor for such adjournment, more especially his Excellency's reference to expected dispatches from Lord Stanley relative to the burthens cast upon the colonists by thc Imperial Government, they ure of opinion that it is respectful to his Excellency, ns it is also consistent with (heir own views and motives, to postpone the intended Public Meeting until such dispatches are received. Joseph Alipou E. 1». lledford 'I'lios. llrowu F. Hrvunt Hiehunl Ilright. 'I'luis. 1). Chapman Ii. ( 'Ichtiruc W. T. T. Clarke F. A. Downing Henry Degraves Thomas lingard Dickenson, I trot hers J. II. De la Hunt Wm. Elliott W. G. Elliston M. Fitzgerald Alex. Fraser T. G. Gregson George Hunt F. Haller George Hutton .I. G. Jennings John J...
CONTINUATION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION'S REFUTATION OF THE CHARGES CONTAINED IN MR. LOCH'S BOOK. GREEN PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
CONTINUATION OF THU I30A11I) OF EDUCATION'S REFUTATION OF TUB CILA11GKS CONTAINED IN MU. LOCH'S HOOK. GRI:I:N PONDS. " A Letter from the Ree. Cfcnrt/e Oller, District ('k(i)tlnin id (¡reen l'omis, tint eil Juna f>, 18 13, states" Mr. Lodi, p. 82.-"That thc children havj no religious instruction, und the School no superintendence beyond tho occasional visisol'thc Secretary," Kr. Fyfe, thc Masler of the School -I infirmed Mr. Otter that thc Kev. Mr. Henley visited thc School regularly every wc«, and examined the children particular- ly tpori Scriptural subjects. Ar. Loch, p. 77.-"Thc Rev. Mr. Fry nisi states, that in all the Schools which he visicd he was received with the strong ex- presión of satisfaction by the Masters, and of noir wish for thc superintendence ol'thc Clejiy ¡ and, without nny exception, they decared thc injury the Schools hud suffered fron the wnnt of religious instruction." 'Hie Donni.-Thc following replies to this assertion have been made hy the whole of thc T...
SWAN RIVER. OPENING OF THE COUNCIL.—THE GOVERNOR'S MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
SWAN II I V 13 rt. OPENING OF TUE COUNCIL.-Tin: GOVERNOR'S MINUTE. GKNTLUMEN or TUB LEGISLATIVE COUN- CIL,-lu tlio statements relating1 to the finances which I laid on thc table at tlie last meeting of tho Council, the fullest informa- tion is comprised which it is in thc power of the government to alToril. My wish is to do so at all times, but particularly do I feel it to ho imperatively necessary at tho present pe- riod. Tho duty which I have on this occa- sion to perform would havo boon moro gratifying, could I have pointed to an in- crease in tho amount of tho revenue ; and though this is not the case, 1 still cannot withhold my congratulations upon the gene- ral receipts having remained so much more steady mid in their having so much more nearly realised tho estimates of tho finance committee of last year, than I atone timo ventured to anticipate. When that com- mittee was appointed, tho revenue was falling off several hundred pounds monthly. Tho committee's estimate, as revise...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
FOR LONDON. To Sail on the 25th September. &nbsp; THE A 1 British built barque &nbsp; SONS OF COMMERCE, 450 tons &nbsp; register, E. C. Williams, Commander &nbsp; having the whole of her oil on board, and the greater part of her wool engaged, will sail as above. This ship carries an experienced surgeon, and has admirable accommodations for cabin, inter- mediate, and steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to THOS. D. CHAPMAN & Co. Macquarie-street, 14th Aug. FOR SYDNEY. THE A 1 Brig ELIZA KINCAID, James M'Wherter,Commander, will &nbsp; sail for the above port, in a few days. &nbsp; For freight or passage apply to Capt. &nbsp; M'Wherter on board, or to ASKIN MORRISON. New Wharf, } Aug. 19th, 1845. } Valuable Sheep Farm, con- taining 4,600 Acres. TO BE LET, for a term of years, that beautiful estate of Hilly Park, situate within three miles of the township of Oatlands. The whole is sub- stantially fenced and su...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 14th August, 18[?]5. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; 14th August, 1945. &nbsp; Deeds of Grant in favour of the undermentioned individuals are now ready to be issued on pay- ment of the amounts due thereon to the Crown:- LANDS GRANTED. Moses Joseph, 3r. 2p., Launceston. Thomas Walton. 31p., Hobart Town. Francis Smither Edgar, 18Sp., ditto. John Pearson Rowe, 86a. 1r., Melville. John Leake, 790a., Campell Town. John Kerr, 28a., Glenorchy. Benjamin Joseph, 45a., Clarence. Thomas Landale, 60a., Seaford. LANDS SOLD, &nbsp; Daniel O'Meara. 2r. 17p., Campbell Town. John Lee, 3r. 11p., ditto, James and Adam Amos, 310a,, Glamorgan. &nbsp; Charles Hudson. 2r. 3o¼p., Ross. &nbsp; Catherine Goddard, 1a. 21p., Swansea. P. FRASER, Collector of Internal Revenue. &nbsp; &nbsp;
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 26th August 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. .16th Augu.it IS tn. NOTICE is hereby Riven, tIi.it thc following Claims for (inuits will l>c ready for Hxaminutioi hy tile Commissioners appointed fur that purpoS' npim nr iinuiediately after tile 2&lt;>th day of Ocfolu next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must bc entered. Thomas Allcock, Suburbs or Hobart Town, .lr. H.p. (Originally \V. Mowle, nm) sold to ll. Hil- ton, who conveyed to applicant), hounded on thc south-east hy il chains 27.1 links nortb-easterly along Aiulley-strcet from its anglo willi Elphin fílone-road, on thc north-east by 2 chains 12 links north-westerly along an allotment occupied by or belonging to John Watkins, on thc north-west hy 4 chains 301 links south-westerly alono an allot- ment granted to Janet M'Tnvish to illpliinstnne road aforesaid, and thence on the south-west byan arc whose chord is 2 chains 524 links extending south-easterly ulong that road to tho point ofcom mencciiicnt. Gooree Strutt, C...
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. &nbsp; Return of Women disposable at the Hiring De- pot, Brickfields, on 23rd August, 1845:- &nbsp; In the 3rd class - - 138 2nd class - - - - 95 1st class ----- 9 Total - - - - - 242 Received from private service - - 20 Ditto from Female House of Correction 22 &nbsp; Total. 42 Discharged to private service - 29 C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent,
EMPLOYMENT OF PROBATIONERS. ROAD TO EMU BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 29 August 1845
EMPLOYMENT OF PROBATIONERS. ROAD TO EMU BAY. The interesting communication subjoined proves how false are Lord Stanley's calcu lations of establishing a self-supporting convict system. It is shown that £28 per acre will be the cost incurred in preparing land for the growth of provisions for the probation parties, and that such land, in the end, will sell at about £2 :— [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] We learn from His Excellency's address to the Legislative Council that the withdrawal of probationers from the roads is to be ex tended to all the settled districts where they are now employed, with the exception of Westbury. Evident reasons suggest the propriety of continuing the men upon the Westbury road. That road being the grand key to the unsettled districts in the north- west portion of the island, such a course will at once harmonize with sound judgment and come under the instructions which have recently emanated from Downing-street. By thus enhancing the properties of settlers around W...