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[Continued from our last.] THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, BETWEEN THE HON. AND REV. ALLCRAFT INCUBUS, A.M., RECTOR OF KEEPEMDOWN, AND NEPHEW TO THE EARL OF CONINGFORCE—HIS WIFE, SON, AND DAUGHTERS; HIS FRIENDS, THE REV. DR. HOOKEM, SIR JAMES GAMMON, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
[Continued front our Inst.] THE CELEBRATED DIALOGUES, BETWEEN THE nON. AND REV. ALLCRAVT INCUBUS, A.M., RECTOR or KEETEMDOWN, AND NEPHEW TO THE EARL OV CONINOFORCE-HIS WIFE, SON, AND DAUGHTERS ¡ HIS FRIENDS, THE REV. DR. 1IOOKEM, SIR JAMES O AM MON, AND OTHERS. BY ROWLAND HILL, THE YOUNGER. SCENE,-Library in the Rectory,- the boW'Vrin dow nf which open* on an extensive Lawn, with a fish pond, surrounded by lofty trees; the ivy covered Tower of Keepemilown Church seen through a partial opening, DIALOGUE II. Sir James Gammon Why, jriss Emily, ray old friend, you seem scarcely well to-day ; ore you out of spirits ? Let rae help you to another glass of wine. Emily. No more, thank you, Sir James (a tear starting to her eye.) Sir James Gammon. Why, what's the matter ? Emily. Not much, but something has occurred this morning which hos affected my mind with some anxiety. Mr. Incubus. Oh ! the silly girl is plaguing herself about national education, and the ignorant brats in thc village; and...
PORT PHILLIP. PORTLAND BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
TOUT PHILLIP. rOn.TI.AND BAY. Skeep, tye.-On Friday the 1st instant, - a flock uf sheep, the property of the estate of tho lamented Benjamin Pratt Winter, Esq., were disposed of by Mr. W. M'Dowell, by order of the Supreme Court: (the de coated having died Intestate) and we aro sorry to observe tho small prices obtained to bo as follow : Lot 1.-23S0 sheep consisting of 15O0 mixed ewes aged, and 803 Hoggett wethers, price 4s, per head :-r-purch«ser. Mr. Owen Reilly:-1100 lambs were included in this purchase. Lot 2.-GOO Hogget ewes price 3J. ld. per head-purchaser. Mr. G Dale. Lot 3.-20 Rams, aged, but stated to he bred from the pure Merino sheep at home : price 3 ls. per head-purchaser, Mr. Walter Birmingham. The truo reason why these sheep fetched only tho prices here recorded is that-say what people will; (and here there are some who will say anything) it cannot be denied that the scourge of our flocks, Scab, is rife amongst the animals thos subjected to the fall of the hammer; and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
LIABILITIES OP ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, II O B A lt T TOWN. AT n Meeting of thc Catholic amt Protestant Friends of thc ltcv. J. J. Therry, held this *2Htli day of August, for thc purpose of taking some steps, in co-operation with thc Committee appoint- ed for thc same purpose in Sydney, to mise a fund for assisting to liquidate thc dchts due on St. Jo- seph's Church, Thc Kev. J. J. Therry was called to the chair. The Chnirmnn in opening the business of the Meeting, rend a letter from the Rev. j\Ir. M'Encroc, and a letter from thc Sydney Chronicle^ of March 5lh, as also a circular published by thc Committee in Sydney. Thc following Resolutions were then unani- mously adopted Resolved-That a Committee be formed of the Friends of the Rev. Mr. Therry, Protestant and Catholic, in Hobart Town, for the purpose of co- operating with that formed in Sydney under the management of the Rev. Dean M'Encroc, to assist, by their exertions, in thc liquidation of thc tlebts contracted in the erection of ...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. BY way of Port Philip, we havo papers from Sydney to the 19th August, alonjr with intel- ligence from Melbourne to thu 23rd. Thc markets ut Sydney are reported in another place, and we collect tho following puru graplis : SALE OF LAND AT THU CIRCULAR QUAY. On Thursday last, the first Government salo of tho land at the Circular Q.iay came oil, but in spito of the improvement of busi- ness property, the results were by no means of a successful description. Only four al- lotments were purchased-one adjoining the Custom-house, at the cnil of Castlereaghj street, which fetched £17 10s. per foot, or £4G6 1.3s. 4d. tho allotment. Tho adjoin- ing allotment fetched £13 per foot, or £390 the allotment ; and the next, at the upset price of £10 per foot, £300 tho allotment. The purchaser of these three were Mr. J. Donovan. For the other allotments in Castlereagh-street and Macquario-itreot, there was no olfer. Three allotments facing the Circular Quay was also put up, bul t...
MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY. FOR APRIL, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY, FOR APRIL. 1845. General-Robertson, Edinburgh. ' Lieutenant-Generals.-R. N. Hopkins, formerly of tho 32nd Foot, London ; Web 1 bur, Ebistock. near Oswenry. Alajnr-Getierals.-J. W. Fremantle, C.B., Into of thu Coldstream Guards; Marshal, East India Company's Service, Franco. Colonels. - Townsend, 1 -41 h Dragoon Guards, Aide-de-Camp to tho Queen, Cas- tletown, Ireland; Grant, lato of the Grena- dier Guards, London; Lo Bosset, C.B. and K.H., half-pay 50th Foot; Sir George C. Hoste, C.B., Royal Engineers. Woolwich; Clive, Grenadier Guards, London; Sir Jus- tinian Isliam, Bart. (Northampton Militia) ; Marquis of Downshire, K.T., Colonel of tho Royal South Dnwn Militia. Lieutenant-Colonel.- D. Wright, Unat- tached, Edinburgh. Majors-Browne, half-pay Oth Foot, Guernsey; F. Waters, lato of tho Royal Marines. Captains-Chambers, 15th Hussars, Ban- galore, Madras ; Sinclair, 13th Foot, Colaba, Bengal ; Lucas, SGlh Foot, on board the Stag on his passago to Europo ; A...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 19th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. ISM Augwtt, 1845. Notice i» hereby given, that the following Claims ] for flrants will be ready for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or . imnuduitely after the 19th day of October n*xt, ! DD or before which day any covent or counter claim must be entered. Uivhnnt Iloherts, City of Hobart, I8p. (Origi- nally T. W. liirch, and sold at public auction to ap- plicant), bounded on the north-east by I chain 50 liuka north-westerly ntong an allotment occupied bv or belonging to the representatives of the bite Militant Osborne commencing ni the south angle thereof on Macqunrie-strcct and extending to an old peg. on the north-west by 70 links sourh-wrst erly ulong the Roman üathulic Church allotment, on the «outh-wcst hy t chain 00 links south-east- erly also along that allotment to Macquarie-strect aforesaid, and thence on the smith-east by 75 and two-thirds links north-easterly nlong that street to thc point of commencement. Phillip O...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
! ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. By the Radcliffe, we have Engl ¡sh papers to the lGthof May, which, however, contain very little news of political importance. Sir Robert Peel was successfully carrying through the Lower House his mensure for increasing the endowments of Maynooth College, and warm thanks are giTen to him for it by the Catholics generally, but inter- mingled with some question of the Premier's motives. The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuarn had addressed a long letter to Sir Robert, through the Freemans Journal, in which he expresses himself thus : " If the people of Ireland have not broken out into an extacy of gratitude at the endowment of the Catholic College, it will not, I am »ure, excite wonder. They arc not, nor should they be insen- sible to the justice of the measure. But if the ex- pression of their gratitude is not more enthusiastic it is on account of thc observations which accom- panied the dcvelopement of your policy. In thst, as well os the Bequests' Act, it see...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 26th August 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
COMMISSIONERS' Ol-l'ICU. 20/A August \Si5. NOTICE is hereby given, thnt the following Claims for Grants will he ready for Examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after thc 2(ith day of October next, on or before which day uny caveat or counter claim must be entered. Thomas Allcock, Suburbs of Hobart Town, .lr. I5p. (Originally \V. Mnwle, and sold to ll. Bil- ton, who conveyed to applicant)* bounded on the south-cast by 3 chains 27J links north-easterly along Audley-strcct from its angle with Elphin stone-road, on thc north-east by 2 chains 12 links north-westerly along un allotment occupied hy or belonging to John Watkins, on the north-west hy 4 chains 304 links south-westerly alono nn allot- ment granted to Janet M'TavUh to Elphínstoue ; road aforesaid, and thence on the south-west by nu arc whose chord is 2 chains tt'2\ links extending south-easterly ulong that road to the point of com- mencement. George Strutt, City of Hobart Town. JHp. (...
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor of this Journal does not hold himself responsible for the opinions of his correspondents. To the Editor of the Observer. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
COllllESPONDENCE. *»* The Editor of this Journal does not hold him- self responsible for the opinions of his correspondents. To the Editor of the Observer. Ne sutor ultra ercpulam.-Ap. Some have irrentneM thrunt upon them.-Shaltspeare'i Tran«. VruHfñntn to their chemical* ; Solicitors to their ¡mrchlucnU. Motlcrn Translation, M.S. SIR,-When a stranger arrives in this colony and takes up its journals, the first thing which strikes him in their perusal, is the tone of indeco- rous personality with which, with one or two ex- ceptions, they nil indulge when alluding to public men or their measures ; nor is it unreasonable to think that he should be disposed to form an unfa- vourable opinion of thc community whose patron- age supports, whose indifference encourages, thc unhealthy influence of such periodicals. As the period of his residence is extended, he perceives that their discussions are conducted in utter for- getfulness of the obligations of truth, and of that deference which is a...
THE OBSERVER. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 2. THE GOVERNOR'S DESPATCH, Soliciting a Repeal of the Duty on our Grain. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
THE OBSERVEE. HOBART TOWN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 2. TIIE GOVERNOR'S DESPATCH, Soliciting a ltepeal of the Duty on our Grain. THE Morning Post of April IS, contains a I return to an address of the House of Commons for copies of any communications made to the Colonial Office from the Ans tralian Colonies, respecting the rate of duty imposed upon thc importation of colonial ! grain and flour into the United Kingdom. This return consists of despatches from thc Governors of New South Wales, Van Die J men's Land, South and Western Australia. That from Sir George Gipps is a mere ac- companiment to a petition from the Legis- lative Council, soliciting thnt the grain of New South Wales should be placed on the snme footing as that of Canada. Governor Grey asks thc snme boon ; while Mr. Hutt j merely suggests the advantage it would I be to Swan Uiver. Sir Eardley Wilmot, however, claims more for Van Dicmcn's Land than any of the others for their re- spective territories-lie prays that thc grain of th...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
JWiipmcr. Intelligence. I HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. August 2D.-Util-nue Helle, 320 tons. Handy, mnstcr, from South Seas, sailed from New Red- ford loth December, 181*, wiih 100 barrels sperm oil. August 30.-Ship Ratcliffe, COO tons, Gilbert, master, from Kingston, Ireland, May lath. Pas scngcrs-Capt. and Mrs. Webster, Miss L. Web- ster, Miss M. Webster, Master II. Webster, Master E. Webster, Master A. Webster, Lieut. Pattison, Dr. II. Robic, R.N., Surgeon Superintendent, AV. Poole. W. Daly. 47 Rank and File ll tb Regt., 5 women and fi children, James Kelly and Patrick Power, prisoners' sons, and 215 male convicts. August 30.-Schooner Isahella, 08 tons, Thoms, master, from South Seas, with oil and bone. August 30.-Schooner signet amt Elizabeth, 75 tons. Sherbert, master, from South Seas, with oil and bone August 30.-Schooner Castlereagh, 71 tons. Clark, master, from N. S. Woles, 31 st instant, with HO tons coals. Passenger-Mrs. Clark. September 1.-Schooner Figing Fish, 122 tons. Clinch,...
Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
íHíáreUnittottíí pipping;. The Jane, from Launceston, arrived in London on the 2!)th April. Thc Elizabeth Hackham, from Hobart Town, nr rivcd on the 15th April. Thc Calcutta and thc Jane Frances arrived on the Gth May. Thc Calcutta was ta leave London on the 15th June, and the Jane Frances on the 11th July for Hobart Town. »The Platina, Captain Kirkus, left Gravesend for Hobnrt Town on thc lith May. The Parack Hall, Capt. Goldsmith, had arrived from Sydney, and there was a probability of her being laid on for Hobart Town. [From thc Launceston Examiner.'] Thc Scout nrrived on Tuesday tvith 450 sheep. A few were disposed of at George Town at 25s. each. Thc Souvenir is expected to sail to-day for Melbourne, having finished refitting and taken in her carico, which consists principally of sugar, ex li 'aterteitch. The Government vessel Governor Phillip brings coals from thc mines on account of thc Govern- ment. The machinery of the Gipsy steamer ii under- going thorough repair. We believ...
AGRICULTURE. GUANO. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
AGRICULTURE. GUANO. TUB following mode of testing guano is giren by a correspondent, who describes his proper naroo, in the Farmer's Magazine : Guano possesses a peculiar fleshy Bmell, not easily mistaken; but some kinds now offering ara totally devoid of this peculiarity, A. very easy made of detecting tho best sam- ple is to moisten a small portion of each with water, and place them whilst wet on a line of fresh lime, A strong smell of ammonia will instantly bo perceptible, and that which yields the strongest smell will be the best guano. FATTENING SHEEP. The effect of feeding shoep with turnips, under varying circumstances, has been ex- amined by Mr. John Morton and Dr. Lyon Playfair, with their usual scientific skill. Five lots of sheep were selected of five each ; each sheep was nllowed one pint of oats per day, and as many Swedes as they could con- sume. Lot 1 wa s fed out of doors ; 2 in an open shed ; No 3 in an open shed, but tho sheep divided from each other singly, 4 in a...
SCIENCE AND ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 September 1845
SCIENCE AND ART. It is rumoured that the Government has acceded to Captain Warner's preposition ; and will moor a line-of-battle ship off the Goodwin Sands for him to destroy, as he alleges he will do, with his projectile, at tba distance of five miles. One of the old hulks I in the Medway, that aro unfit for further service, will ho selected for the experiment. It seems that Captain Warneris not alane in his unenvious glory. A rival to Captain Warner has risen up in tho person of Vice Admiral thc Earl of Dundonald, who, ac- cording to his own account, in a petition presented to thc Mouse of Lords, had in- vented, years ago, a plan for destroying hos- tile fleets and butteries, doing more destruc- tion in a few weeks than £100,000,000 ex-' pended in war had ever dono ; that a com- mission had reported his plan tobe efficient, but that, at the request of the Prince Re- gent, and hoping that forbearance from war would continue, he bad refrained from making known his invention. A corre...
PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 5 September 1845
PORTUGAL. Accounts from Lisbon are of the 20th in- stant. Tho Cortes were dissolved on that day. Her Majesty attended in person, and in her discourse from the Throne congratu- lated the Chambers on the result of the ex- ercise of their legislative functions. The Minister Cabrai was labouring under severe illness, apparently broken down by the em- barrassments of his position, and the anxieties it occasions hint.
HIRING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 5 September 1845
HIRING DEPOT, ST. JOHN'S S QUA H I'., LAUNCESTON. Number of Women for disposât in the îlirin epût, on tlie 28ih August, IS« : li) the 3rd elliss. 17 2nd class .... 6 1st class - - - - - ti Total ..... 25 Received from Female House of Correction 4 Ditto from private service - - 13 Total - - - - - 17 Discharged to Female House of Correction 3 Ditto to private service - - 13 Total. 16 SAMUEL JOHNSTON, Superintendent.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 5 September 1845
SHIP MAILS. For Mauritius nnd Cape of Good Hope, via Mauritius, per Tenanerim, via Launceston, this day, at 5 P.M. precisely. For Melbourne, per Flying Fiih, on Tuesday next, at the same time. For London, per Som nf Commerce, on Tuesday, 30th September, at 4 P.M. precisely.
ROADS' DEPARTMENT. 25th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 5 September 1845
I HOADS' D U PA HT M E NT. 25/A Axu¡iut, 1815. BlitDur.wATi'.R. FERKY.-Tenders will be re- ceived nt this ollice, until 1 o'clock, v.M., on Karurd.ry, (lie 13tli of September next, for ronling, for two years from the 1st of October next, thu Government Ferry now establisher! nt JJridgewater nrross tho Uiver Derwent, tnjrctlicr willi" tho I'unts, Hunts, mid Htiihlinirs belonging to thc Go- vernment at the snid Ferry. Conditions maybe ascertained on application to thc Roads' Office, corner of Melville and Argyle streets. Security will be required for the payment of tho rent. The tent to bc paid quarterly, at the office of the Collector of Internal Revenue. The covers of the Tenders to be superscribed " Tenders for renting Bridgewater Ferry." I FRED. FORTH, Director-General aflloaiu.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 5 September 1845
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. The OIISERVER will be (Mitered in Town every Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, will be posted in the evening. SUBSCRIPTION.-10*. per quarter in ad- vance ; 13*. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve lines and un- der, 2s. 6d., and ld. for every additional tine, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any length of time. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clod, and on Thursday till the same hour. Adver- tisers must state the number of insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other- wise they will ie continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. No verbal communications attended to. %* COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to be addressed, or left at "THE OB- SERVER " Office, (MR. GEORGE KOL WEGAN'S)....