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Commerricial intelligence. HOBART TOWN, JULY 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

CtamrcSrial Mflligratt. HOBART TOWN, JULY l8 ." There is but little diflerence to ropnrt in the ratrkets. Oats are in demand, at the usual prices, and potatoes still find a leady sale. Timber as our last quotations. - Wheat. per bush 0 13 ß to 0 14 0 Jinglish Barley. I» 13 0 to 0 13 ti Capo ditto.0 6 0 to 0 7 6 Oats..0 »OtoO 96 Flour per ton.,. .iO 0 o to 34 0 0 ilayljose, ....12 0 oto SI 0 0 LAUNCESTON, JULY U rrom the Examiner.) Floor per ton, £38. Beeonda ditto, £29. Wheat 13 -to IBs. 60, per bushel, for fino samples. Brun, Sa. ps bushel. Farm Produce-Hay, loose, per ton, £1S. Auto pres- sed, £21. per ton. Oats, feed, 11s. feced ditto, 12s per bushel. Bailey, English, 10a to 11s. per bushel Hread-Is. 4d. per four pounl loaf. Timber-Blond paillng, 5 feot, per 100, 8Gs. imiow ditto, l81), bhort t\\ o feet ditto, 8s. 6d Shingles, 'per thousand, 80s. Posts andlaili, pel 100,60s. Qiiartei lng and Joists, per hundred faet 2 Gs , Lathi, 80s. per hundred The following report of the Engli...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

For London TO SAÏL Ûc FIRST irÉEK i» AUGUST THE A 1 clipper barque ..INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, _ -Wilson, Master. For Freight oí Wool or Cabin Passage apply to Reeves & Co. New Wharf, July 8, 1854. Steam to New Norfolk. THE «CULLODEN" Steam-packet, will commence Turning on the 13th instant, tn and from .New Norfolk, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, leaving the Old Wharf at 9 a.m., and Messrs. Prown and Thompson's, New Norfolk, at 3 p.m. on tlie'abovedavs. For passage apply on board, and tor freight to .Messrs. Brown and Thompson, New Norfolk, or Old WhAf, Hobart Town. FcbruarylOth. _ CULLODEN STEAM PACKET FOB T H E H U O Tt. THE above Vessel will in future leave tire Old AVharf every 'luesday and Friday at 8 o'clock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur« days, calling at the usual places. February 10. I For Freight or Charter The firat-clasB brig "ARIO N," 184 tons Register, James Rook, Commander. Ready for Sda'at a day's notice. For particulars apply to the master, or to C. Lovett...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

EUROPEAN NEWS. We continue our summary of English intelligence to May 9th. Owing to the prompt attention of our Launceston cor- respondent, we are enabled to furnish our readers with ar epitome of interest- ing matter not possessed by any journal in the colony. The Court remains at Buckingham Palace where concerts and other festivties have taken place during the month. On the 1st May the Queen held a Privy Council at Buckingham Palace. On the 3rd her Majesty held a levee at St. James's Palace which was very nu- merously attended. The birthday of Arthur was celebrated at Buckingham Palace by a juvenile ball on the 1st. The Earl of Elgin had an audience of her Majesty on the 4th, and took leave on his return to Canada. Prince Albert pre- sided on the 5th at a meeting of the com- mission for promoting and encouraging the fine arts in the building of the palace of Westminster, The Queen, Prince Al- bert, and Princess Royal went to the French Play on the 5th instant. Prince Nicholas of N...

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RESIGNATION OF MR. COX. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

RESIGNATION OF MR. COX. Yesterday's post brought to His Excel- lency the official notification that Mr. Jas Cox, the member for Morven, had resigned his seat in the Legislative Council. We understand the cause which led to this sudden movement arose from the fact that the constituency of Morven wished the ex- member to vote for an extension of the house prior to the discussion of the new con stitution. A writ is to issue forthwith. I[f] this be the case, then certainly has the Hon. Member acted creditably to himself, and as in accordance with onr views ex- pressed in the last number - beneficially to his constituency and to the general pros- perity of the Island [.] It is a wholesome example for others. The constituency of Morven has done wisely in prejudging the intention of their representative their repre- sentative has acted honestly in resigning his seat when not able to comply with their wishes. To every constituency throughout the country we would say, " Do thou like- wise."<...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

NEW ZEALAND. ' We have intelligence from Auckland to &amp;nbsp; the 17th ultimo : Business was progressing favorably. The Lieutenant Governor had suddenly become exceedingly popular, in conse- quence of having taken upon himself in reply to an Address voted by the Ge- neral Assembly at their first sitting under the New Constitution, by a majority of 29 to 1, to grant the just and constitu- tional principle of a responsible Govern- ment for New Zealand, coupled with an intimation that he would immediately reduce his promise to actual practice. The Southern Cross, and other news- papers have their columns teeming with the debates, upon this interesting subject so new to the colonies. New Zealand has now a Government according to the principles and usages of the British Constitution. The[re] was no falling off in the high tone of patriotic eloquence which distinguished the debate; the energy and ability evinced by the young and unpractised Statesmen of New Zea- land afford not only...

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Local intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

ïnrnl ¡SnMigrçrî Notice to Correspondents.-*'Tau" is inadniissablc. j Criminal Sessions.-The Criminal Aksi , zes ot Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol de- livery tor Hobart, commence this morning, at 10 o'clock. There are eleven prisoners for trial. ) I vio lent Assault upow Consta- bles.-On Saturday night a disturbance took place near the Man cf Rosa, Liverpool-street; when Constables Cassidy and Eleanor came up for the purpose or quelling the disturbance, and took two of the ringleaders into custody, when they were bunally assailed by the mob, some of whom kieWand so ill-used the constables after rescuing theiï prisoiifci-j, thal' tUeù' live* we.-e jeopardiz. d. Unfortunately none of the part ies can be identified at present, as the constables arc still confined to their beds, from the injuries so cowardly and mercilessl j inflicted upon them. Ruffianly Conduct.-O Monday last, asMr.JJ.C.Downing \.as passing along Elizabeth street, lie observed an ill-looking person place hib hand ...

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THE BALTIC FLEET.—CAPE KULLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

THE BALTIC FLEET. - CAPE KULLEN. Our magnificent fleet in the Baltic paid a visit to Stockholm lately[.] On the 21st ult., nineteen &amp;nbsp; vessels anchored in Elsnaben har- bour, five hour's sail from the city ; and on the 25th, Sir Charles Napier had an interview with King Oscar, by whom he was most cordially re- ceived, as well as by the inhabitants of Stockholm. By the latest accounts, which come down to the 27th ultimo, the line-of-battle ships under Admirals Corry and Chads, were keeping up a rigourous blockade of the Gulf of Finland, which would render the es- cape of a single Russian vessel im- possible[.] Cruisers were stationed at Revel, Riga, Memel, Dantzic, Stockholm, Gothland, Bornholm, in the Sound, Cattegat, and Gulf of Kiel, so that the whole Baltic Sea and coasts are under strict guard. The " Tribuue" left Copenhagen for England on the 29th, with one of her prizes, having captured six. The " Magicienne" was at Copen- hagen on the 27th. She was liter- ally loa...

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THE HIGHLANDERS AT CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

THE HIGHLANDERS AT CONSTAN- TINOPLE. A letter from a correspondent, dated from Constantinople, says - "On Tuesday last, April 11th, the motly population of Pera were startled by the arrival amongst them of a class of persons, the like of which had never trod the horrible pave- ment of Constantinople. These persons were dressed in a manner unprecedented in the annals of costume, at least as far as this part of the world is con- cerned. They wore tall caps with plumes, &amp;nbsp; red jackets, kilts and no trousers, and &amp;nbsp; filled the hearts even of the hammals or porters with awe by their height and breadth of shoulders, and by the manly ease with which they pushed their way through the admiring crowds that blocked up their road. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; They were some of the 93rd Highlanders come to Constantinople on I know not what business. Enough that they were there, and that, surrounded by turbaned Turks, Dervishes, Greeks, Armenians and Jews, they, led by a ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Plymouth, May 8th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Plymouth, May 8th, 1854. The greatest excitement prevails in con- sequence of the news by telegraph of the success of the allied fleets in the Black Sea against the Russians, and the details are earnestly and anxiously looked for. The Times says the following intelli- gence has been received from Belgrade : On the 23rd ult. twelve steam vessels of the combined fleet commenced the bom- bardment of Odessa. In a few hours they had destroyed the fortifications, the batter- ies, and the military magazines of the Russians. Two powder magazines of the enemy blew up during the action, and 12 ships of war were sunk. The commercial harbour was spared, and the merchant ships in it escaped destruction. The loss of the allies only amounted to 5 killed and 10 wounded. The whole of the combined fleet has sailed from Odessa for Sebastopol, and 13 Russian ships laden with munitions of war have been taken. The French funds rose again to-day ; &amp;nbsp; the 3 per cents clos...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

FURNITURE BAZA All. Corner of Collins and Argyle Streets. The undersigned begs lo inform his fiiends and the public gen- erally, that, having taken the premises situate at the corner of Collins and Argyle-streets, lately in the occupation of Mr Gellie he has opened the same as a FURNITURE, BAZAAR, and having carried on an extensive Cabinet Furniture Business, for many years in New South Wales, he trusts that his experience in the above business, combined-with attention to all orders with wich he mav be favoured, will ensnre him a share of public patronage. A SUPERIOR HEARSE WITH PLUMES, &amp;c, &amp;c, &amp;c. and And ha\ ing conducted the Funeral business in connexion with the manufacture in New South for twelve years, he can as- sure his friends and the public that he will be able to couduct Funerals in the most respectable manner. AU orders shall receive his personal attention. HENRY IN KIN. Cheap Doors and Sashes. On Sale by the undersigned, at his Furniture Bazaar, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

Van Diemen's Land MECHANICS' INSTITUTE "tTTANTED for this Instituiiou, a Hall W Keeper, Salary £100 per aunum w nh residence coal» and candles. Applica lions, aooompanied with references to bo Rout to the secretary on or lelor-3 Monday tho 2-tili instant. By _ order ?of the com- mittee. Wiiliui Milner Secretary Committee ora, 13th July. *, ?? ? lVTr. IíRvenu H HAS the honor to announce to the pub- lic that it being his intention to remain in Hobart Town for some time, ho will bo happy to give instruction iu bulging and the Pianoforte. Terms-£8 ««. per quarter, Single leesons 10s. 6d * Application to be mado at Hur- ley's, the office of the Courier, or at, Mr. Laveuu's lesidence, No. 4, Kellj -street. 1>at. Lavenu HAS the honour to announce that he will Tpive a Grand Vooal and Instrumental , wNCERT, at the Mechanics' Institute, 'on TUESDAY evening, July 25th, on whieh occasion the following eminent Artistes will appear-Madame Carnndini, Mrs. Dawson, Mr. Wheeler.^Mr.J Megson, Mr. T...

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Commercial intelligence. HOBART TOWN, JULY 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

CBHtfltîmal âtttiiligHttf. HOBART TOWN, JDLY 21 Wheat....,. per bush 0 l8 6 to 0 M 0 English Barley. 0 l8 0 to 0 l8 0 Cape ditto .0 (lOtoO 7 6 Oats.0 0 0 to 0 9 6 flour per toa.£0 0 0 to 34 0 0 .Hayloose,.I2 0 0to2l 0 0 LAUNCESTON, JULY 1» From tlio Examiner.) Hour per ton, £13. Seconds ditto, £29. "Wheat 13 to IS», Cd, pur bushel, for tug «.impíos, Bran, 6s. po bushel. ' Fat m Produce-liny, loose, per ton, £IG. ditto pres Mil, i2l.nerlon. Oats, iced, Ila, Seed ditto, 12s per bushel. Barley, english, 10s to 11b. par bushel Jil ead-Is. id per four pound loaf. limber- liioadpniling, 5 feet, per 100, 35«. »moir dil.o, ISs. feliort two feet ditto, 6s, 6d {»»ingles, por liiouHiuid, 3Cs Posts and rails, per 100, (JOs, Quarter in? and joists, per hundred f«et 2 5s , Laths, 80s. por bundrcd MELBOURNE, Jolt 17. T^Tlie Gold Market remains wholly unaffected by the English news. We have already stated that the English news ha» not had any visible effect on our markets ; and, rs our space is so ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

¿jitpjitng Rupert ARRIVALS. July 19-Schooner Gold Seeker, ICC ton«, ?\ -ug, for Melbourne, July 11, with general t -o. Agent, Wil-on. aly 20-Schooner Scotia, 111 tons Gallnghm, í » Geelong, July II, with sundries. Agent, 'ung Bro. --22-Schooner Reindeer, 104 tons Darby, * m Melbourne, July 9, with sundries ; passen t i-Mr Carpenter end 11 steerage, Agent ?later. -20-Barque Cape Horn, 173 tons, Stuart, t"&amp;lt;m Geelong, July 4, in ballast, Agent, Mafc &amp;lt; i. -SO-Barque Helen S Page, 220 'tons -* i-ing, from Port Albert, with cattle. Agent, / A Gnesdon, -2D-Brig Jane, 127 tons, Walker, from TM&amp;lt;lbourne, June 27, in bslrut. Agent C j ive«, Vsuil from *he southward and a thlp in ' i^ht at sun-down DEPARTURES. July 19-Schooner Swallow, 125 tons, Lother "vrood, for Newcastle, in ballast, I -19-Schooner Flying Fish, 12» tons, * ¡was, for Geelong with sundries ; passengers ''Messrs Hickman, J Lester, T Lester, -19-Brig Amythest, 142 tons, Hill for ''Weelong, with s...

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OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The adjourned session of the Legislative Council will be opened pro forma on Tuesday next. After the minutes of the last meeting have been read over and confirmed, messages received, and the " Bill" for the New Constitu- tion read a first time, and other matters, such as notices of motion &amp; c disposed of, it will adjourn for a fortnight, in consequence of the Government not being quite ready to proceed with the busi- ness. The Hon. the Speaker of the House has despatched "circulars" to the country members intimating the circumstance. &amp;nbsp;

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

CHIT CHAT. AS two Gentlemen (whose names, for certain reasons, we do not mention) when walking through town yesterday, we heard the following dialogue take place between them : I want to know Where I should go, For such attire As I require ; And you, no doubt, Can point me out Some Matt where I May safely buy. I heard you say The other day, That you could name A house whose fame Is now unfurled, Throughout the world. With this in view I look to you, To tell me where 1 should icpair, For nothing less Than first-iate d ress ? You're quite correct In this respect, a And, as your friend, I'd recommend That you should start For MYERS'Mart; You need not fear To purchase there, The Articles Which MYERS Sells. 'Tis MYERS'S aim To gain a name, By pleasing all Who malte a call. I therefore say, As well I may, That none should miss A Mart like this. MYER/S, CITY MART, LIVERPOOL STREET. Any article Purchased, and not approved of» will ba immediately EXCHANGED. 12th June 1854. CAMPBELL TOWN HOUS...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

Unredeemed Pledges* At the Mart, MONDAY July S* Cash at the fall of the hammer, MR. WORLEY Will sell by auction, unreservedly, at 12 oclock, ÜNDEEMED PLEDGES, in considerable variety, and in »mart lots, from __ Mr. Sims Liverpool-street. Mr. Worley conceives it to be a good lime to abolish the practice of out-door sales of unredee- med pledges and to adopt the more civilised method pursued hi the Great City of J selling at the Auction Matt. Argylo-strcct, near Buroet-Btreot. TUESDAY", the25th July, 1854, at li for half-past. MR. WORLEY Will Bell by auction, without reserve, on the premises of Mr. Barner, who is about Bailing for England. A CAPITAL Variety of very excellent ¿\_ Household Furniture, Pigs aud Poultry AND A thorough-bred Poney, weil known in Hobart Town. Terms-Cash. MONDAY ï7lh JULY. Exceedingly Desirable Property. Cottage Residence- and Large Garden Melville-street and John*strcet. It would be difficult to over-estimate the advantages of a largo garden in connection wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

NOTICE To the Public i ! In consequence of certain rumours being current, that the meat which I have advertised for prices which dis- please many, must be unsound ; I beg to inform the publie that I am pre- pared to Sell GOOD BEAT open to every inspection for prices that I have advertised. Competent judges are invited to inspect, as I shall benefit rather than lose by inspection, tor my meat is of a superior quality. h B. WOOD, Meat Mart, Battery Point. July 22nd._ THE CARLTON RIVER. Superior draught horses, milch cows, heifers and bull, ewes, wet) en and lambs, pigs, carts ploughs, harrows, harness, blacksmiths tolos anvils, bellows' &amp;c. j Block of Wheat'and Oats. Household Furniture &amp;c. By order of Mr. Moor, the administrator to the estate of the late Mr. Gareland, deceased, are those of the highest reserve. MR. W. A. GUESDON Is instructed to sell by public auction on tile farm, known as the White Marsh, Carlton River, ort THURSDAY, the 3rd August, at 12 o'clock 48...

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ECCLESIASTICAL. ESTABLISHED CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

ECCLESIASTICAL. ESTABLISHED CHURCH. Her Majesty's conge d'elire to the dean and   chapter of Salisbury, empowering them to elect a bishop of that diocese in succession to the Rt. Rev. Dr. Edward Denison, deceased, has been received; and a special chapter has been sum- mon[e]d for Saturday the 15th instant, on which occasion the Queen's recommendation in favour of the Rev. Walter Kerr Hamilton, M.A., will be read to the assembled dignitaries, and the rev. gentleman will no doubt be unanimously elected by them to fill the vacant see. His consecration &amp;nbsp; by the Archbishop of Canterbury will follow as soon as the legal instruments are prepared by the authorities in Doctors Commons. ROMAN CATHOLIC OHURCH. &amp;nbsp; A parish priest in Sligo, the Rev. Mr. Phillips, &amp;nbsp; an active partisan of Mr. John Sadleir at the last election for the borough, has been "removed" to a parish in Roscommon; and it is stated in a local paper that the "removal" has been effected in ...

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SUPREME COURT. ORIMINAL SITTINGS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

SUPREME COURT. Criminal Sittings WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. &amp;nbsp; This being the first day of the Criminal Sittings of Oyer and Terminer, and General Gaol delivery. His Honor took his seat at 10 o'clock, when the court was opened with the usual formalities. The proclamation for the suppression of vice having been read and a jury empannelled. John Baker Smith was indicted for steal- ing one tarpaulin value £4, the property of William Ellis, at Green Ponds, on the 22nd June. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The facts of this case have already been reported in this journal, the prisoner was acquitted. Thomas Lucas was indicted for stealing coals of the value of 1s. the goods and chat- tles of Maning Brothers, at Hobart Town, on the 26th June last. Guilty; remanded. &amp;nbsp; William Thomas was indicted for stealing &amp;nbsp; £32 from his master, James Kerr, on the 24th of May last. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. This case had scarcely b...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 July 1854

AMERICA. We make the following extracts from Journals which we have received up to &amp;nbsp; the 22nd of April. Advices from Quebec describe great activity in shipbuilding at that port. Dur- ing the month of March 36 vessels, of an average capacity of 1076 tons each, and an estimated aggregate value of £456,000, were in course of construction. The Crystal Palace.—The injunc- tion which has discouraged some and alarmed many friends of the enterprise, is dissolved ; the subscription needed to re- move the load of debt pressing heavily on management has been pledged ; the Exhi bition was closed on Saturday night for re-arrangement and general renovation and will formally be re-opened and re-in- augurated on Thursday, May 4, with ap- propriate ceremonies, of which due notice will be given hereafter. —New York Tri- bune. Serious Railroad Accident. —The Cincinnati express train from Buffalo to this City, on the 15th April, met with an accident near Bergen, by which several persons we...

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