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INDIA. BRITISH MILITARY DARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
INDIA. llRITISIt MILITARY DARING. FROM India, the most startling announce- ment is, thnt n gnilnnt officer is under ar- rest for on« of those dnring nets of chivalry that have done so much to establish the 1 prestige of British nrms in Hindostnn. Colonel Wallace lcd n regiment nnd ord- nance down n precipice, and through «a mountain pnss, in pursuit of the enemy, nnd succeeded in a decisive conj> ile main : he did it in excess of orders-orders re- ceived too late; and his success has stulti- fied the reason why he wns forbidden to attempt nn " impracticable" and " visio- nary" achievement. The scene of the ex- ploit (ns with some of tiie fcuts nscribed hy trndition in Scotland to his great namesake) lins been named nftcr him ; and if thc sen- tence of the Court Martial cannot bo anti- cipated-so inscrutable arc the ways of Courts Martial in India--the judgment of posterity is foreshadowed in this instinctive fixing of the new tradition to the spot. The object of Colonel Wallnce, ...
FRENCH MISSIONS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
I FRENCH MISSIONS IN CHINA. We have received letters from Macao, containing- intellig-enco which, if it be con- firmed, will produce a sensation in Europe, and do great honour to the French Mission in China. It is nothing less than the abo- lition of the rigorous edicts which forbid the Chinese to embrace and practise Christianity. We know that llieso edicts after having been revoked under tho reign of tho Emperor Khan-Hi, were again brought into force about a century ago on the advice of the Tribunal of Rites ; and until these latter times, at least, havo been put into execution by tho Chinese magistrates with tho utmost rigour. Thus Christianity has found a dou- ble obstacle to its introduction into the middle empire ; for on one hand were the laws which interdicted foreigners from pene- trating into the interior of the empire ; and on tho other hand, tho Chinese, who, if left to themselves, would be inclined to embrace the religion of the Gospel, are restrained bv tho pains and p...
THE FRENCH IN TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
THE FRENCH IN TAHITI. WE have been requested to publish the fol- lowing acknowledgment of the receipt of the petition to thc Queen, respecting Tahiti, which was agreed to at a public meeting held in Sydney in June, 18-14. Empty ex- pressions of regret are useless. The time was suffered to pass when Grcnt liritnin could have interfered and snved poor Po- mare, who is now doomed to a life of vas- salage7.-Herald, August 18. (COPY.) No. 26. Downing-strcct, 20th March, 1815. SIR,-I hove received your despatch No. 102, of the 28th July lost, enclosing a petition address- ed to the Queen, by certain parties resident in New South Wales, with reference to thc late occurrences at Tahiti. You will acquaint thc petitioners that I have laid their petition before her Majesty, who was pleased to receive it very graciously. Her Majesty's Government have regarded with deep regret thc painful and unlooked-for events which have burst upon n country, in the fate of a country which Great Britain hus, s...
NEW NORFOLK MURDER. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu and a Civil Jury. FRIDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
MW* NORFOLK MURDER. SUPREME COUIIT. CRIMINA!, SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu anti a Civil Jury. FRIDAY, 5TH SKPTEMBEU. The interest which thc pending trinl of Eliza Benwell has excited in thc public mind, was fully exemplified this morning by a crowded Court, and by the great anxiety manifested by thc spectators. Precisely nt ten o'clock his Honor took his seat, and Elisa Benwell was placed at thc bar. She is a middle-aged woman, and although very neatly dressed, is by no means of prepossessing appearance ; neither did she evince any trepidation or emotion at her situation, leaning, till a chair was given to her, carelessly against thc hack of the dock. The information was very long ; it first recited, verbatim, the several counts of the information against Lockwood, Gomm, and Taylor ¡ then their conviction on the first count, (that charging them with suffocating thc deceased with a handkerchief) ; and con- cluded with charging the prisoner at the bar with feloniousl...
THE INQUISITION IN THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
THE INQUISITION IN THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT. ACCORDING to Regulations which have just &nbsp; been printed for the guidance of the officers &nbsp; in the female branch of the Probation De- partment, the Superintendent is required to keep a registry, not only of general visitors, but of the visits of his personal friends, which will be open to the inspection of the head of his department. We ask where in what corner of the British do- minions in what public establishment in what prison, was ever the head of the estab- lishment subjected to such a degrading in- quisition ! No friend must call upon him - no one must partake of his hospitality, but the Superintendent must tell the Comptrol- ler-General of it ! " The names and address (says the regulation) are to be recorded in the book referred to." This is very like the times in which a spy system was avowedly kept up through the length and breadth of the land ; but we did not expect to find anything of the kind sanction...
NEW PENAL COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
NEW PENAL COLONY. IN our Inst number we lind not space to admit thc following passage from an article in thc Spectator, which has since been pub- lished at length by thc Courier: "Penal colonies in which convicts arc subject to coercion having proved a failure, Lord Stnnley proposes to try the experi- ment of a colony in which the convicts shall go at large, and be indeed the only denizens. Its site is to bc thc north-west coast of Australia ; thither arc to bc removed all the surplus felonry of Van Dicmcn's Land, who having condnctcd themselves with tolerable propriety will accept of n pardon on con- dition of removing to the new settlement ; thither are to be removed English delin- quents, who, to escape a worse fate will voluntarily banish themselves to this Stan lcy-Utopin ; and, lest the generation of thieves should become extinct, thc pnrishes to which these modern anti-types of the founders of Rome have belonged, are to be invited and encouraged to send out their families to ...
Miscellaneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
I jHiärrllnncou* ^ljippinp;. Thc Achilles, nrrivcil nt Melbourne, lighted a vessel off Rio, about lGth July, showing a black hall in forctopsail, supposed to have been the Dawsons from this port. Thc Sterne sailed for Sydney on 1st May. For Ijinnceston.-Thc Jane and Elizabeth Duck ham were both announced to sail on tst June. For Adelaide.-The Calder, lGth May; Augus- tus, 20th May ¡ Joseph Albino, 28th May. For Sydney.-Hooghly and Perseverance, 15th May; Governor, 15th May; St. George, 1st July, j For Port Phillip and Sydney.-Elizabeth Thomp- son, 25th May. Thc Nelson is advertised to sail on 7th June for Nelson, Wellington, and Aucklund. Thc Achilles, from London, and Navel, from Liverpool, lind arrived at Melbourne. Thc latest dates by these vessels is 27th April. Thc Jane passed the Achilles in thc Downs. Thc Calarqui, with emigrants for Melbourne, . left Liverpool eight days before thc Novel. The cutter Mary had been chartered between Circular Head and Melbourne, i The Martha an...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
COMM iSSAUIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 1st Scjitemtcr, 18-15. Th» several contractors having given the stipu- lated notice ol' their intention to relinquish their following c-ontracts, on the il 1 Kt October next: Notice is hereby given, that tenders will be re- ceived at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 2+th instant, for furnishing the undermentioned supplies, in such qualities nnd at such times as may be required from 1st November, 1815, to 31st March, 18-IG: Fine flour, nt per ton | New Norfolk Firewood, per lOOlbs. | Itichninnd Fine mid 12 per cent bread per lbs. Oatlands Vegetables, per 1O0 lbs. Firewood, per 1011 lbs. Laud Ourringo per ton J From Oatlands to ouf pcr mile, also per cwt. stations and from ono out station to auu thcr. Antill Fonds Vegetables, per 100 lbs. | Fine bread, per lb. Fort wine, per dozen | Jerusalem Tobacco, per lb. Vcgetnblcs, per 1 flo lbs. Fresh ment, per lb. | Green Ponds Fresh meat, per lb. 12 and 2(1 per cent, flour 1 per ton | Presser's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
fleto (Sooîr^ Kx "PLATINA," AT COMMERCIAL HOUSE, CORNF.R OF MURRAY ANO LIVERPOOL-STREETS. N OW UNPACKING, ns nhovc, tlic FIRST SPRING SHIPMENT of NEW GOODS. NATHAN) MOSES, Z CO. New Reviews, Magazines, and other Periodicals at H alf-Pr ice. AN INVOICE of the above is on »nie nt Messrs. HAY ii IVEY'S, Auctioneers, just landed, ex Platina. To be Let. TWO Cottages in Kclly-strcct, recently in thc oc- cupation of Capts. Bentley and Price. Rent n-year each. General Sale. MR. JAMES BROWN WILL SELL BY PUISLIC AUCTION, at hi» .MAUT, Elizabeth-street, an extensive Assortment of Crockcryware Striped Shirts Vests Shawls Prints Hosiery Cutlery Hardware Spades, &c, ic. ALSO, Household Furniture, consisting of Ilcdstcsds Feather Beds Tables, &c, &c., &c. With n quantity of useful Sundries Terms at Sale.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Colonel Shelton of the 4.Uh Regiment, who distinguished himself in Affghnnistnn, wns-killed by being thrown from his horse in thc Richmond Barracks, Dublin, on tho 10th inst., he lingered till the 17th. Warder, May 17. Thc Rev. Dr. Cooke, the lender of the Moderates in thc Established Church of Scotland died nt St. Andrews, on the 14th . May.-Ibid. II ER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO THE CON- TINENT.-Preparations are now in progress, and which will be carried int efl'cct accord- ing to present arrangements, for the depar- ture of her Majesty nnd Prince Albert for thc Continent carly iii thc month of August next ; indeed as soon ns possible after tho prorogation of thc parliament, which is not now expected to take place before thc Intter end of July, lier Mnjcsty, it is expected, will proceed first to Ostend, where she will be met by her uncle, thc King of the Belg- ians ; travelling thence to Brussels, where thc Queen nnd the Prince will remain for two or three days on n visi...
SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu and a Civil Jury. TUESDAY, 2ND SEPTEMBER. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
SUPREME COURT. I CIUMINAL, SITTINOS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Montagu and a Civil Jury. TUESDAY, 2ND SE rr EM nun. (Continuedfrom our last.) EU Horsfall was charged with stealing, on the 7th August, in tho dwelling-house of Thomas While, of the "Lamb Inn," Bris- bane-street, a quantity of jewellery, and some money, Hs., the property of Mr. Thomas White. Tho prisoner was a lodger in tho prosecu- tor's house, and on missing the articles from his bed-room, and suspecting the prisoner, Mr. White, with n constable und oilier per- sons, went to the prisoner's bed-room, where he was asleep ; thc prisoner's pockets were scurched, and some of the missing articles were found in his possession ; after awaking the prisoner with great dfliiculty, ba express- ed greut displeasure at being disturbed, and on heine; shown tho articles he domed all knowledge of them ; they were found looso in his waistcoat pocket; the prisoner was then takon to tho watch-house ; ho had been drinking during tho ev...
THIRST QUENCHED WITHOUT DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
TIimST QUENCHED WITHOUT DRINKING' IT may not be generally known to our read- ers that water, even salt water, imbibed through the skin appeases thirst almost as well as fresh water taken inwardly. Jn il- lustration of this subject, a correspondent has sent us the following abridged quotation from a ' Narrativo of Captain Kennedy's losing his Vessel, and his Distresses after- wards,' which was noticed in 'Dodsley's Annual Register for 1769.' " I cannot con- clude without making mention of the great advantage I received from soaking my clothes twice a day in salt water, and putting them on without without wringing. It was a considerable time before I could make any of the people comply with this mea- sure, although from seeing the good effects produced, they afterwards practised it twice a day of their own accord. To this discovery I may with justice attribute the preservation of my own life, and six other persons, who must have perished if it had it nut been put in use. The hint was ...
THE GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 26th August 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
ï II E GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 2CM August 18-13. NOTICE is hereby given, that tlie following elatina fur Grants will \w ready for Examination, by thc Co m m issi oners appointed for thut purpose, u|>on or immediately o fier ilic 26th day of October next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. Thomas Allcock, Suburbs of Hobart Town, 3r. Ijp. (Originally W. Mawle, and sold to il. Bil- ton, who conveyed to applicant), bounded on the south-east by 3 chains 27è links north-easterly along Audley-street from its angle with Elphin stnne-roari, on thc north-cnat by 2 chain:* 12 links north-westerly along nn allotment occupied by or j belonging to John Watkins, on the north-west by 1 chains 30i links south-westerly alona »'» allot I ment granted to Janet M'Tuvish to Klphinstnue ro;ul aforesaid, and thence ou the south-west byan arc whose chord is 2 ch.iins 52| links extending south-easterly along that road to the point of com- mencement. George Strutt, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 9 September 1845
FOB LONDON. To Sail OIL the 25 th September. THE A 1 llritisli built barque SONS OF COMMERCE, 450 tons register, E. C.Williams, Commander _? having thc whole of her oil on board, ami the greater part of her wool engaged, will sall ns above. This ship carries an experienced surgeon, and has admirable accommodations for cabin, inter- mediate, and steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to Titos. D. CiixruAN & Co. Mncnuaric-strcct, 14 lb Aug. ros MELBOURNE AND OEELONO. (To Sail on Wednesday Morning, the 18 th Instant.) THE "LILLIAS," John Smith, Master, is now loading, and will bc despatched as above. JAMES F. STRACHAN. Hobart Town, 4th September. To Whalers. Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, New South Wolca. 3P3r\M SHIPS con refresh or relit at this .4fl&l%5iSlL tI|>r'10ur> frcc °f a" Port Charges, ?SnRSsçSÎg Pilotage, &c, and can obtain wood, "f^iiiwii iw* water, fresh and salt provisions, ve- getables, ship chandlery, stores and slops of every kind and...
POLICE OFFICE, RICHMOND. 5th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
PÖLICH OFFICE, RICHMOND. hlh September, tS-13, Tenders fur supplying the Police Office nml Wntcli-liousc ni Richmond, mid the Watch-house at Sorell, with thc authorised allowance of Fuel, for twelve months from the 1st October next, will be received at this office until the 25ih instant. CHAS. SCIIAW, Police MnpristnUe.
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, CAMPBELL TOWN. ith September, 1815. Tenders will he received nt this office, until 12 o'clock noon nf Wednesday, tho 21th instant, for the authorised supply of Fuel lo thc Police Office mid Watch-house, Campbell Town, thc Watch houses at Avoca and Ross, for twelve mouths com- mencing 1st of October next. Thc quantity required for thc Police Office, Campbell Town, is 3201bs. per diem during winter, mid 80 His. in summer ; and for thc Watch-houses respectively, lu'0 lbs. daily in winter, and 40 lbs. in summerl The Tenders to state thc price per lOOIbs. V. H. HENSLOWE, Police Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, WESTBURY. 4M Senlemier. 1845. Whereas certiin articles of stolen and unclaimed property have from time to time been taken from Adam Moore, Mark Knighton, and Thomas Craw- ford, free, and Samuel Marshall, Edward Sherlock, Ilenrv Tattersall, Samuel Clough, Moses Thomp- son, 'Samuel Walker, Michael O'Neal, James Castles, John Burdon, and (¡eorge Holly, prisoners Notice is hereby given, that thc whole of thc said articles will bc sold by public auction by me nt the Police Olllcc, Westbury, on Thursday, the u'th doy ol' November next, nt 12 o'clock at noon, unless claimed on or before that dav. WM. MORTON, Chief District Constable.
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, NEW NORFOLK. 3ni September, 18 15. Tenders for Hie supply of Firewood for twelve mouths from the 1st proximo, for the Police Office nnd Watch-house, New Norfolk, will be received by me at this Office until Wednesday, tile 21th day of September instant The wood to consist of dry (tum, wnltle, or she oak. The quantity required will be 100 lbs. per diem in summer, and Git) lbs. per diem in winter. The price per lOOlbs. to be stated. Tilos. MASON, Police Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 3rd September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
rOLICE OFFICE, LAUNCESTON. 3rd September, 1815. Tenders for the supply of Fuel for the Launces- ton Police Department, for twelve months from theist day of October next, will be received nt lilis Onice until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 21th day of September, instant. Price per 100 lbs, to be stated ¡ and the fuel to consist of dry gum and she oak wood in equal proporliong. "Vi. H. fiHF.TON. Police Magistrate.
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
FEMALE IIOUSK OF CORRECTION, HOBART TOWN. State of thc Female Ilousu of Correction at Hobart Town, 5tb September, 1815 : Under colonial sentence - 178 Free women ...--!) Under separate system - - - 8ti Nursing children ... - 8 Sick in hospital - - - - l l Invalids ------ 1 Servants, turnkeys, &c. - - - 8 Ditto to officers of Institution - - 3 Total number of women - - 307 Children under two years of ago 8 Women at the Nursery, Dynnyrne - 58 Children at ditto tinder one year of age 11 Ditto above ditto - - - - 17 Total number of children - - 88 JOHN HUTCHINSON, Superintendent.