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POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, MORVEN. 1»/ September, 1845. Notice.-Tenders will he received at this Office for the supply of the necessary quantity of Firewood for the Morven Police Oil)cu and Watch-house, from the 1st day of October next to the 31st day of September 184ti. Tim Tenders will remain open till Monday, the 22nd day of September, instant. Thc quantity of Firewood required will be 1GQ lbs. daily for each lire in winter, and 40 lbs. daily in summer. lium-.iiT WALES, Assistnnt Police Mngisernle.
HIRING DEPOT, BRICKFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
HIKING DEPOT, HIUCKFIlïl.nS. | Return of Women disposable nt the Hiring Dé- pôt, Brickfields, on Gth September, 181a : In thc 3rd class - - - - - 128 2nd class .... Kio 1st class ----- 9 Total. 2,17 Received from private service - - 12 Ditto from Female House of Correction 7 Total. 1'J Discharged to private service - - 24 Ditto to Female House of Correction - 1 Ditto Colonial Hospital, New Norfolk - 4 Total ... _ '¿o C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent.
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
FEMALE HOUSE OF CORRECTION, LAUNCESTON". State of thc Female House, of Correction at .nuuceston, 4th September, ISIS : Untier colonial sentence 40 Free woman - 1 Under probation 13 Solitary confinement - - - - 7 Nursing children - - - 25 Sick in the hospital 9 Servants, turnkeys, &c. 8 Ditto to officers of Institution *2 Total number of women - - 105 Children under one year old - - 20 Ditto above ditto IO Total number of children - 30 A. M'I.Eon, Superintendent.
POLICE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, PONTVILLE. Ul September, 1845. Notice.-Tender» Vf il! tie received at this Office until Wednesday, the 21rh September instant, for the supply of Firewood for the Watch-houses and Police Offices at Pontville and Green Ponds, from 1st October, ISIS, to 30th September, 1 «46 The quantity required at each of the Stations mentioned will be, from 1st October, 1845, to 31st March, 18*6, 1201b*. per diem : «nd from 1st April to 30th September, IS M, ISOIbs. per dicm. The price per lOOIbs. to be stated. C. B. FÖRSTES, Assistant Police Magistrate.
POLICE OFFICE, OATLANDS. 31st August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, OATLANDS. 3t»f Awgvtt, 1815. Tenders will he received st this office until Wed- nesday, the 2-tth day of September next, for the supply of Fuel required for the Police Office and Watch-house nt Outland», and the "Watch-house at Spring Hill, for 12 months from the 1st of October next. The quantity required for the Police Office is 3201bs. daily in winter, and SOI bs. in summer t and for the Watch-houses respectively IGOlbs. daily in «inter, add 401bs. in summer. The Tenders to state the price per lOOlbs. JOHN WHITEFOORD, Police Magistrate.
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
OFFICE OF ORDNANCE. Hobart Town, Ith September, Ibis. Tho respective Officers of lier Majesty's Ordnance irivc notice, that Tenders tor Old Straw, Ashes, and Privy Soil, in the Military Barracks and Com- missariat Stores at Launceston, for One, Two, or Three Y ems, commencing on the 1st October next, will be received at this ollicc until Wednesday, thc 2llb instant. Particulars may be learned on application to tho IlarracU Master, at the Military Barracks, Hobart Town, or to the Barrack Serjeant at Launceston, between the hours of ten nod three o'clock daily. The Tenders to be expressed in the following form : (Place and Date.) I do hereby offer thc undermentioned sums per annum, for thc Straw, Ashes, and Privy Soil which may accumulate at the Military Barracks and Commissariat Stores at Launceston, for thc period from 1st October, 1815, to the 30th Sep. tembcr, 1841», 1817, and 1B48 ; and to cleanse the Privies whenever required, upon two days' notice in writing hoing given by the ...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 9th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, OÍA Sejílemíer, 1845. Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will bc really for examination, by thc Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the "th day of November next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. William Bastian, Carlton, Pembroke, 5G a. (Originally located to William M'Guinniss, who sold to I. Bliss, who conveyed to applicant.) Bounded on thc northern side by .'12 chains west- erly nlong a lucution 'to James Waterson, now oc- cupied by or belonging to H. M'Guinniss, com- mencing at thc south-east angle thereof on a creek running into thc Uiver Carlton mid crossing u road leading to East Hay Neck, on the western side by li) chains southerly along a lucation to William Cooper, on the southern side by 32chains easterly along a location lo John M'Gnirincss re- crossing the aforesaid road to the creek aforemid, and thence on the eastern side by that creek to thc point of co...
POLICE OFFICE, HAMILTON. 30th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, HAMILTON. 30/A August, 1845. Tenders far tho supply of Firewood for 12 months from 1st October next, for thc 1'olice Office mid Watch-house nt Hamilton, will be Teceivml by me at this office until Saturday, 20th September next, at 10 o'clock, A.M. The price per 1001b« to he stated. Quantity required for enc!» fire IGOlbs, daily in winter, and 401bs. daily in summer. Vf. TARLETON, Assistant Police Magistrate. |
THE GAZETTE. POLICE DEPARTMENT. 30th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
THE GAZETTE. POUCH DEPARTMENT. 307A August, 18-15. Tenders for tho supply of fuel for tn-elvo months from the 1st October next, for the pinces, and lu the quantities under-mentioned, will be received nt the Police Office, Hobart, until Thursday, the 25th proximo! they nre to lie addressed'to the Chief Police Magistrate, and marked outside " Tcndtrs for Purl." Wood to be delivered nt the Watch-house, New Town, in quantities nt the rate of 80 lbs. per diem in tho summer, and 320 lbs. per diem in thc winier. Wood to bc delivered nt the Watch-houses at Bridgewater, Kangaroo Point, and Glenorchy, in quantities at ihe rate of IO lbs. per diem in the summer, nnd 1G0 lbs. per diem in tho winter at each Watch-house. Thc fuel to be delivered by the Contractors in such quantities and nt such times a» may bo re- quired. Any further information that may be required can be obtained upon application to the Chief Clerk at tins office. FRANCIS HTJROKSS, Chief Police Magistrate.
THE BISHOP OF NORWICH'S EXPOSURE OF THE ABSURDITY OF APOSTOLICAL SUCCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
TI 1E BISHOP OF NORWICH'S EXPO- SURE OF THE ABSURDITY OF APOSTOLICAL SUCCESSION. Tho following is from a recent charge: His opinions on Apostolical Succession were well known. Ho would earnestly ad- vise the clergy not to bring before their hearers a tenet that would not bear minute inqtiity, and was certainly calculated to deter close thinking men from uniting with the church, rather than attract them to it. Let bim refer them fora moment to the supposed chain of apostolical succession. Its first origin had no foundation in scripture, and its first links were involved in obscurity and perplexity that it was impossible to distin- guish. That consideration alone should make them pause before they made such a slender basis the ground of their opinions ; and if they looked at the manifest corrup- tions that had crept into the Greek and ¡lo- man Churches, it was very difficult for christians to say how they could regard them through the dark ages as lights to guide to life. Their own ex...
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1845. TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, June 28th, 1815. mBAHUHY nnxs. Notice i» hereby given, that tenders will conti- nue to bo received as hitherto, nt this office, every "Wednesday, until 12 o'clock, for Rills to bc drawn m 30 (lays'sight on thc ltiglit Honourable thc Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, in exchange for British silver or gold ; when those nt thc most favorable rate, will, if approved, bc accepted. On such occasions, hon-cter, ni thc stuhlen de- parture of a vessel, hy which remittances have to he made, special tenders will bc received without reference to thc particular day thus nppointcd for ordianry cases. The tenders to he (ill duplicate) endorsed " Tenders for Bills," and to state thc amount of each bill, together with thc name of the party in ?whose favour it should be drawn. GEO. MACLEAN", Deputy Commissary-General.
PUNCH ON THE WHOLE DUTY OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
PUNCH ON THE WHOLE DUTY OF WOMAN. nv A rcriL or MRS. ELLIS. SiscsRKLV, my dear, I am going to offer you a few words of advice as to the conduct and behaviour most calculated to insure your happiness; and I am sure you will take it kindly of me, considering the experiene I have had, and your early time of life. What an advantage it is to he told things, instead of having to find them out? I wish I had had somebody to advise me when I was at your age. I Of course, my dear, between ourselves, almost every young; woman is cither married or intends to be. It is what we have to look to, poor thing»! Now, in order to get mar- ried, my love, you must learn to managt yourself; and, after you have got married, to manage your husband : and bnth to- gether is what I coll tho Whole Duty ol Woman. As long as you aro single and looking ont, your first study must be to control your inclinations. All of us, you know, have our little failings ; the great thing is to conceal them. For instance, dear, ...
ROADS' DEPARTMENT. 27th August, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
HOADS' DEPARTMENT. 27/A August, ISt5. BtUDoETVATER FERRT.-AV ¡th reference? to thc notice frotn this Drpartn.em, dated thc 25th instant, and published in thc Inst Government Gaze tte, parties wishing to tender fur runt inp; tho Government Ferry esta bli ulled nt Bridgewater are informed, that the porsnn whose tender may bc approved of by the Lieutenant Governor, will be required to pay the rent monthly, and in advance, at the office of the Collector of Internal Revenue. FRED. FORTH, Mrector-Grncral of Roads.
YOUNG ENGLAND'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
YOUNG ENGLAND'S LAMENT. [YOUNG ENGLAND discovered sitting dolorously before his parlour fire: he grievously wailelh as follows :-J I HF.ALLY can't imagine why, With my confess'd ability From thc ungrateful Tories, I Get nothing-but civility. Thc " independent" dodge I've tried, I've also tried servility ; It's all thc »ame,-they won't provide, I only get-civility. I've flattered PKEL ¡ he smiles back thanks With Belial's own tranquillity ¡ Hut still lie keeps mc in " thc ranks," And pays mc-with civility. I've worried him, I've sneered at him, I've threatened bold hostility, But no-he still preserves his im« pcrturbalile civility. If not the hirth, at least I've now Thc jnann.fr» of nobility ; But yet Sta MOURUT scorns to bow With more than mere civility. Well, I've been pretty mild ns yet, But now I'll try scurrility ; It's very hard if that don't cet Me more than mere civility.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
COMjnSSAUMT OFFICE, Hobart Taxen, Isl September, 1845. Tue several contractors having given the stipu- lated notice of their intention to relinquish their following; contracts, oa the 31st October next: Notice is hereby given, that tenders will be re- ceived nt this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 2+th instant, for furnishing the undermentioned supplies, in such qualities nnilat^urb limes ns may bc required from 1st November, 1813, to 31st March. 181G: Tine flour, at per ton Fircwood^pcr lOOlbs. Fine and 12 per cent Ijrcnd per lbs. Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Firewood, per IO« lbs. Land Carriage per ton per mile, also per cwt. Vegetables, per 100 lbs. Vine bread, per lb. Fort wine, per dozen Tobacco, per lb. Vegetables, per 1(10 lbs. Fresh meat, per lb. Fresh meat, per lb. 12 and 20 per cent, flour per ton I Vegetables, per 100 lbs, ] Salt, per lb. Saan, ncr lb. i I Now Norfolk I llictunontl Oatlands j From Oatlands to out- stations mid from one out station to ano I ther. j A...
AGRICULTURE. [From the Annals of Chymistry for June.] ON THE SUBSIDENCE OF THE SAP IN TREES IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE PRESENCE OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
AGRICULTURE. | [From tile Annalt of Chymùtry for June.],. ON THE SUHSIDENCE OF THE SAP IN THEES IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE PRESENCE OF SHEEP. "L'Echo du Monde Savant " contains, in the number for the 30th October, the fol- lowing article : " M. Bouteille bas written to us, in refer- ence to an article having for its title as above, and which appeared in our journal of the 23rd instant, by M. Poiteau,-"The in- habitants of the country,' says M. Bouteille, ' particularly the wood-cutters who remove the bark from oak trees in the forests, all know that the neighbourhood of a flock of «heep will hinder them from pursuing their work, by preventing the circulation of the sap, which renders it almost impossible to decorticate the trees. This fact, so worthy of exciting the attention of physiologists, has never been studied. Many instances of this singular phenomenon have been noticed by different journals, but they have never gïven the least explanation thereof." M. Bouteille complains, and wit...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Hobart Town, 15th July, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. NOTrCn TO CONTflACTOIïS, Hobart Town,'15th July, 18-15. NOTICR is hereby given, that the followir.tr standing; rules must be invariably observed by nil parties wishing to become Contractors with this Department. 1. Ercry Tender to be in duplicate, scaled, and endorsed on thc envelope, in accordance with thc description of supply to which it refers. 2. Frinted forms of Tenders can be obtained at the several Commissariat Offices : and in every case that will admit of it these must he used and signed by a responsible party engaging to become surety for the due fulfilment of the Tender if ac ccptcd. 3. Separate Tenders must be made to corres- pond with each advertisement respectively, even in cases where they may be called for on thc same flay. GEO. UrActEAN, Deputy Commtssnry-Gencrnl.
CUSTOM HOUSE. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
CUSTOM HOUSE. iioiiAnr TOWN. llctiirn of Grain mid Flour imported and ex. ported nt the Fort of llohnrt Town, during thc week ended 5th September, 1815, inclusive: Bnrley . 800 bushels Whcnt . 771 bushels Flour . 19 tons. Return of Grain ami Flour imported and ex- ported ut thc Port of Launceston, during thc week cuded 1th September, 1815, inclusive : l M i* o nrs. AU EXPORTS. Oats. 100 bushels Whent. 300 ditto. Flour . 9 tons G. II. HARNES, Collector.
GENERAL POST OFFICE. 4th September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
GENERAL I'OST OFFICE. ?Wi September, 1815. The following; Ship Letter» have been put into theuiipaid Letter llox nt the Post Olliee, Laun- ceston, ainei! tin» 1st ulliino, nilli are now detained lhere for the Sea Postage: NEW SOUTH WALES. Mr. David Luiiideii, Sydney. Mr. William Moore, dilto. POUT PHILLIP. ' George Watson, Esq., Melbourne. George Higgs, ditto James M'lian, ditto. Mr. Patrick Bourke, ditto. Mr. John Shea, dino. -Martin, Esq.. M.D., Ilcidclburg. F. C. Smith, Postmaster-General.
POLICE OFFICE, BUCKLAND. 1st September, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 12 September 1845
POLICE OFFICE, BUCKLAND. Ill September, 1845. Tenders will lie received nt this omeo, until Tuesday, the 2.1rd day of September instant, fur thc supply of firewood required for the Police Office .ind Watch-house at this place, for twelve months from 1st October next. Thc quantity required will he, from the 1st Oc- tober next tu 31st Mardi, 1S4R, 120 lbs. per diem ; mid from the 1st April to 30th September, 1816, 380 lbs. per diem. The tenders to state the price per 100 lbs. I. FonsTF.rt, Assistant Police Magistrate.