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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

?p OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE 6th appear X\j »nee of those eminent artistes MISS GODDARD_and,MB. CAPLE__who will appear . this evening in the Rev MTJames White's oéami ful new play, FEUDAL TIMES ; or The Court of King James the III ; being the first time it has been produced in this colony, and cannot be repea- ted owing to other productions. This beautiful play had an immense »un in England, and drew crowded houses nightly to witness the performances of Misa>ûoddard and Mr. Caple, who were greeted upon eaeh occasion with unbounded applause. Friday Evening, January, «5th, 1655, will be Íresented the beautiful play in S acts, of FEUDAL IMES ; or, the .Court of King James, the Third. Margaret Randolph, Miss Goddard ; Walter Coch- rane, (Earl of Mar), Mr Caple. Oveture, Orches- tra. To conclude with a laughable ballet, in which Madam Strebinger will appear. Private Boxes,¿s.; Dress Circle, 5s.; Pit, 2s. Cd. Doora open at seven o'clock, performance commencing at half-past. .Sole Lessee, M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

Tuesday and Wednesday, 23rd and 24th January. Extensive and unreserved Saleof Stock, &c, at Dunrobin. MR. G. A. KEMP has been favoured with instructions from W. A. Bethune, Esq, who has let his Estates and proceeds to England in the Antipodes, to offer for unreserved Sale by Public Auction, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23rd and 24th January, at Dunrobin, All his unrivalled Stock of Sheep, Cat- tle, Horses, Pigs, &c, together with car- riages, harness, saddles, bridles, imple- ments of husbandry, furniture, hooks, stock of wines, Sale to cammenee at eleven o'clock aftet Lunch, TUESDAY. Sxteen thouBa d sheep, consisting of Seven thousand prime ewes Three thousand fat wethers Three thousand store wotheri ;-tDKroa thnnatiniL-figf in their wool These Bheep are all first-rate, quite clean, and have been bred with the greatest care, regardless of expense. Also A prime flock of Merino and Saxon .sheep, viz. : Three hundred and fifty ewes, with their lambs Two hundred superi...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

/.-' Mil ff;i;:? IL SüiimAAÍoí^^^-^7^T^EA.CH EXECUTED BY THE CITY SURVEYORS DEPARTMENT UNDER THE MTNICIPAL COUNCIL FROM THE let JJ^ÜÁRYTO THE 15th DECEMBER, 1854 -~1^^tÍ^^^ m!I^S^^- ;C.~;> ,..-..Maieritas, &c. "ToTai?' Cost. 1 = ~ - DlibüKlP'J JON OF VVOUK AND KtSMAttK». ---ZT ' ^me^o^tíietlnalíand Work do¿T General expenses ' .« ?Metal'Shed ». Marketplace ,. New Market (sweeping, &c.) Creek .Gravel pit (New Town) .Rubble quarry Street repairs cleaning, &c. .. Liverpool-street Upper Murray-street .. Goulbourn-street drain, destroyed by flood Murray-street bridge .. Battery-point St. David's, entrance to church .Aielville-street " ^r. ' Barrack-Btreet Bridge Nc-w-MarV»* -D-:i-u..B---.??;? ? - v Molle-street, .. Veteran's Row Goulbourn-street .. Argyle and Burnett-streets .. Warwick-street ,. %m Harrington and Davey-streets, and Mont-\ pellier Retreat .. ' ', J Barrack-street .. * Bathurst-street ,.% ' \ \ Weigh Bridge, &c ,.' ' \\ f ibour. '-,/??. d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

TOE SUBSCRIPTION to the MERCURY published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning, is Nine Shillings per Quarter, for Cash , andxTen Shillings and Sixpence credit ¡*ad vcrtisements One and Sixpence per inch for the 1st insertion, and One Shilling and Three-pence for every subsequent insertion. JUST OPENED AT HUXTABLE AND DEAKIN'S CHEAP EDITIONS of Summer Memories of Foreijn Lands, The Mayflower, by H. B. Stowe The Wide, Wide World Queechy Speculation / Christophe! Tadpole n Carleton's Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. Twici Toid Tales Hypirion . Sir Riwland Ashton City of the Sultan Fashim and Famine ThretfMusketeers . Wini'sor Castle Cejar Borgia Anl numerous other works. Ml Janey Repository, Murray-street, FASHIONABLE DANCING. R\ CAMPBELL, Professor of Dane! he, has the honor to announce to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hobart Town and its ricnity, that he continues to give instructions in the above elegant accom- plishment it all its varieties with expedition and priva...

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THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA. Nominal Return of Casusltier among Officers in action on the River Alma Crimea, September 20, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA. Nominal Return of Casualtier among Officers in action on the River Alma Crimea, September 20, 1854. General Staff. - Lieutenant T. Leslie, Boyal Horse Guards, Orderly Officer to the Commander of the Forces, wounded   severely Captain H. E. Weare 50lh régi- ment, D. A. A. G., wounded severly. First Division. Staff. - Captain H W. Gust. Coldstream Guards, Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Bentinck, killed. Grenadier Guards. - Lieuteuant-Colonel Hon. H. Percy, wounded slightly ; Lieut- ant R. Hamilton, wounded slightly, Liut enant, J. M. Burgoyne, wounded slightly. Coldstream Guards. - Lieutenant C. Bar- ling, wounded severely. Scots Fusilier Guards. - Lieutenant Colonel J H. Dalrymple, wounded slightly Lieutenant-Colonel C. A. Berkeley, woun- ded severely ; Lieutenant-Colonel H. P.   Hepburn, wounded severely; Lieutenant Colonel F. Haygarth, wounded severely ; 'Captain Lord Chewton, wounded severely ; 'Captain J. D. Astley, wounded severel...

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[?]o[?]al News. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

^ornl Sütton* Unseasonable Literature.-A St. Peters burgh correspondent of the Cologne Gazette relates that a foreigner who lives by teaching the classics in the Russian capital, has got into trouble by in- opportunely reading with his pupil the first Qlyn-,, thian oration of Demosthenes. The passage readB thus : -It is worth while to inquire and take into I consideration huw Phillip's affairs now stand.* His situation is by no means at this moment what it appears to be, nor so good as might be supposed by any one who had not closely examined it. He would not have undertaken the present war had | he believed that he should really have to wage it. He thought to cany all with him at the first onset, but has found himself mistaken. This the first un- expected event that perplexes him and causes him | much vexation. Letters from St. Petersburg state the Czar hat ordered the arrest of the contractors who were em- ployed to construct the works at Bomarsund, now destroyed. The chargo prefe...

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HINTS ON COTTAGE COMFORTS, By One who understands the Subject. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

HINTS ON COTTAGE COMFORTS, By On» who vnderitandi the Subject. Títere is as much thought required in arranging the comfort.« of home as the ele- gancies of* public room-sometimes more. *' The great «nd and aim of life," said Johnson, * is to be happy at home." How lew thoroughly understand the meaning of this apothegm and not understanding it, lose the enjoyment of what may fairly be claimed as the happiest portion of their ex- istence. Fewer still even trv to analyse Aie ¡almost endless sources whence home comforts may be derived, and increase the pleasure by "enlarging the variety of do- mestic occupation. There are a few favoured mortals whose happiness is so far internal that the things of the every tiay world are by them re- garded as little worth. To such persons it may be (though it id hardly possible) that the squalid wretchedness of Watch orn-street is as unable to cause discomfort as the elegancies of Bishopstowe to afford pleasure. But tiie great mass of the World are of ...

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ODD FELLOWS ADDRESS. MANCHESTER UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

ODD FELLOWS ADDRESS. MANCHESTER UNITY. Yesterday a deputation from the Breth- ren of the above Order, waited upon His Excellency Sir Wm. Thomas Denison, and presented him with the following address : Hobart Town, January 1, 1855. To Hit Excellency Sir Wm. Thomas Deni son, Lieutenant-Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land. The Address of the Officers and Brethren of the District of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity Friendly Society. May it please Your Excellency, 4 1. As the term of Your Excellency's adminis- tration is drawing near to a cloie, the officers and brethren of this society, as loyal subjects who duly appreciate your Excellenoy's valuable services, respectfully desire to present their united and cor diel thanks for the attentive consideration you have ever paid in promoting tho views of charitable institutions. 2. That the members of this Society, in taking their faiwell leave of Your Excellency aie de siious of impressing you with the highest se...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

.\YTANTED-TO SUPERINTEND the VV erection of the building required for the Hobart Town Giis Works,- a Clerk of the/Works. . Those applying will require to be conversant with line drawing, as well as qualified to make out skilful specifications» and also, a thorough knowledge of practical masonry. . Tenders, ' stating the terms (either by time or by the job) upon which such duties will be performed, to be sent to the Hobart Town Gas Company's Office, Royal Exchange, on or before tlie 15th Janlraiy .next.' ??'-,' .' . ? ''' ":-.;:-".'-' '?' By order of the Board of Directors, Geo. Wiiitcomb,' Managing Director^1 Dec. 13, 185,4. . , / ' //" Coach Trimming and Harness Making,. THE UNDERSIGNED egs to inW; his friends and tlie public, that lie*is_' prepared to execute all orders in the above line, with the best of workmanship and mo; .derate charges. . ''', Alexander Sjri^iij J;' ., ÇolHns-ijtreét. ' N.-B -Gigsand carnages repaired. ".' Dec. 30. ' '. .' ?.'?' ', ..."'.'? WANTED-A .Collar ....

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The Hobarton Mercury: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5TH, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

Cue ftoforton f&evtuvp i FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY Sth, 186«. It is narrated by some autl.or, whose name we forget, that, once upon a time, a traveller arriving on the margin of a running stream, delayed crossing it until it should have become shallow enough for his sloth or tim- idity. He continued, until the brook be- came a mighty river; and died in despair of teeing that lessen, which every day's expe- rience taught him only grew larger. Our corporation, unless assiduous almost beyond our hope, may be compared to that traveller ; the duties before them are fitly symbolized by that river. In truth, the felicitations indulged in by one of the newly elected aldermen; and, from his bonhommie and straighforward orF handedness, one of the most respectable among them, were somewhat premature. " They had funds, they had labor :" now they have neither in sufficient quantity for the work that is most immediate to their hands ; and it will require all their tact, all their energy, an...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 January 1855

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Australasia.-This vessel arrived on the 3rd, after a tedious passage of 114 days, bring- ing 172 bounty emigrants. She reports having spoken the William Wallace, whaler, on the 2nd January, about thirty miles south-west of the Cape;   she had taken two mth. On the 29th September, in lat. 48° IL long. 18 °IR, she hailed the emi-   grant Ship Rajah Othan, from London, bound to Sydney, 94 days out: she reported all well on board. On the 22nd December, the Australasia lost a young passenger, named Robert Burnes. .He was in the the act of hanging some clothes out to dry on the jib guy, when he fell overboard. A life buoy was immediately thrown to him, and every effort made on the part of the captain and crew to rescue him from a watery grave, but without suc- cess, there being a heavy sea running at the time. The buoy was picked up but the unfortunate lad     was seen no more.

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. Per Mary Ann. for Port Albert-64 bags raw sugar, 8 chests tea, A Morrison ; 2 bullock dray, 1 water cart, 2000 palings, 100 boards, 1 flywheel, 2 tons salt, 15 chests tea, Captain Graves ; fi casks refined sugar, 1 1-2 tierce tobacco, Toudier and Lempriere. Per Balmoral, for Melbourne-35,000 feet tim- ber, 1445 5 feet palings, 5935 6 feet palings, 748 Îiosts and rails, Easton & Co ; 101 kegs white ead, 1 case ornaments, G. and F. Dugard ; 21 grindstones, C. M. Maxwell. Per Zephyr, for Adelaide- timber, Manning brothers. Per Eclipse, for Port Albert-2 casks brandy, 1 chest congo tea, 1 and a-half do., 1 box ditto, 1 chest hyson skin ditte, 1 an a-half, ditto, 1 box | ditto, A Nicholas ; 1 and a-half tierce tobacco, 2 j cases Geneva, 5 chest hyson skin tea, A. Morri- son ¡ 1 and a-half tierce tobacco, R J Edwaids ; 6 pack4ge ironmongery, 5 ditto furniture, 1 case ditto, 6 tons flour, 8 bags oats, 2 drays, 2 kegs .rockery, lease tinware, 29000 shingles, 5,0...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

VICTORIA. ' The Imports for the week ending Dec. 23rd were £274, 714; the exports, £24318: the custom's revenue for the week ending Dec. 30th was, £11,4612s.. lOd. The quarterly statement of the amount of gold brought to Melbourne and Geelong by escort in 1854r compared with the coi responding quarter of 1853, gives 1853. 1854. I ozs. ozs. October . 200,280 160 570 1 November . 162,393 134,911 December . 176,580 145,318 539,253 437,799 Last quarter of 1853 539,253 t; --- Decrease on the quar- ter ending 1854 .. 101,454 Decrease on the year 1854. 283,165 The price of gold continues at £317s. The gold brought down for the week per escort was 24,634 ozs. We quote the following items of prices as pos- sessing most interest. Live Stock.-The depression in the market still continues, and sales have been difficult to effect during the past week, except in small mobs or flocks. For fat cattle prices may be quoted as in our last weekly report. From £8 to £10 per head for first quality fat bul...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. January 8th, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

GENERAL POST OFFICE. January 8th, ,1855 Ship Mails will be closed at this Office as under , For Auckland, per Mousam, this day, at 10 a.m. For Canterbury and Wellington, per Hart, this day, at IO a.m. For India, Malta, Constantinople, Gibraltar, and London, overland via Point de Galle, per steamer Madras, on or about the 15 th instant. Mails for Sydney, Adelaide and ti wan River, are made up at the General Post Office, and forwarded via Melbourne, by every steam vessel whether from Hobart Town or via Launces'on. F. C. Smith, Postmaster- General.

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

Shipping Report ARRIVALS. Jan. 5 — Earl of Chester, 517, Nuneillis, Lon- don 13th September. Cabin — Mr., Mrs. Sealey and child, Mr. Jefferies ; eighteen male adults in steerage. 6. — City of Hobart, steamship, G. V. Bentley, commander, from Melbourne. Cargo, 500 sheep. Passengers. — Cabin. Sir H. Young, Lady and family, and servants, Mr. Whitney, Mr. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Hart and three children, and servant, Mr. James, Mr. Biggs, Captain Hargreaves, Mr. E Cole, Mrs. Simpson, three children and ser- vent, Mr. Furley, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Ward, Miss McIntosh, Miss E. McIntosh, Miss Stevens, Mrs. Hawkins and servant, Mrs. Pollock and child, Captain Sukey, Mr. Joseph Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Lieutenant Eby, Mrs. Cole and servant, and 31 steerage.   BA barque from New Zealand and two   schooners, (one from Sydney,) were signalised at sun-down last night. DEPARTURES. Jan. 6. — Schooner Margaret, J. Haslingdon for Sydney, with sundries. Barque Duchess of Northumberl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

Tuesday and Wednesday, 23rd and 24th January. Extensive and unreserved Sale of Stock, &c.', at Dunrobin. MR. G. A. KEMP has been favoured with instructions from W. A. Bethune, Esq., who has let his Estates and proceeds to England in the Antipodes, to offer for unreserved Sale by Public Auction, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23rd and ! 24th January, at Dunrobin, All his unrivalled Stock of Sheep, Cat I tie, Horses, Pigs, &c, together with car- riages, harness, saddles, bridles, imple Itnents of husbandry, furniture, books, ¡stock of wines, , Sale to commence at eleven o'clock aftei Lunch, TUESDAY. Sxteen thousa d sheep, consisting of Seven thousand prime ewes Three thousand fat wethers Three thousand store wethers Three thousand five hundred lambs io their wool i f These sheep are all first-rate, quite cleaa, j and have been bred with the greatest care, j regardless of expense. ! Also s \ A prime flock of Merino and Saxon ^îheep, viz : II Three hundred and fifty ewes,...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

o ÜHO-IPII- OOLIOIL. SUMMAEY OF WORKS WITH COST OF EACH EXECUTED BY THE CITY SURVEYORS DEPARTMENT UNDER THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL FROM THE 1st JANUARY TO THE 16th DECEMBER, 185* Name ot street made and work done. General expenses . » ?Metal Shed , .. Market Place New Market (sweeping, &c.) Creek .Gravel pit (New Town) .Rubble quarry .. Stieet repaiis cleaning, &c. .. Liverpool-street .. * Upper Murray-stieet Goulbourn-street drain, destroyed by flood Murray-street bridge Battery-point .. St. Da\ id's, entrance to church .Melville-street Barrack-street Bridge New Market Buildings Molle-street Veteran's Row Goulbourn-street Argyle and Burnett-streets Warwick-street Harrington and Davey-street1 pellier Retreat t Barrack-street Bathurst-street Weigh Bridge, &c Labour. f i ' .», and Mont £ s. 533 6 d. 5 437 l8 45 5 50 14 9 6 10 420 11 3 156 S 105 7 9 6 650 l8 7 132 14 33 12 224 8 506 8 0 2 0 8 C87 8 1 13 l'4 3 693 10 9 521 17 91 140 8 62 19 0 319 3 0 368 IS 9 532 2 0 ...

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[?]o[?]al News. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

Local News Exercise and Health.-Nothing is more   general than to hear literary men complain of dys   - pepsia, i. e. of stomach unable to perform its office, and of the gloomy mental condition co-existent therewith. Alas, says the temperate man, what law of nature do I infringe ? Do I devour my food too rapidly, often the means of destroying the power of healthy assimilation ? Let your brain ' lie, fallow for a while ; too great corporeal exertion enfeebles the mind ; too much mental fatigue enfeebles the body : preserve the balance of exercise, draw not too largely upon the nervous energy in behalf o/ one organ, otherwise the stomach, that fountain of vitality, loses its quantum, becomes sickly, re-acts upon the brain, vascular, and nervous systems, and dissolution is approximated with a rapidity propor- tionate to the wretchedness experienced. It is written, " Man shall live by the sweat of his brow, " regard this comprehensively, and judge not any posit...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 18[?]4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FaiDAY, Jan. 4, 1864. This being the first day appointed for the sitting of the newly elected Aldermen, His worship the Mayor, and all the Corporate members took their ?eats at 4 o'clock. The Town Clerk read over the minutes of the two lut meetings, which were confirmed. Alderman Sims presented a petition from the inhabitants of Argyle-strcet, for an extension of the water pipes to that locality, under the new re- gulations-received. Alderman Sims then presented a petition from certain individuals employed by the Corporation on the roads, praying for a small addition to their pay-petition received. The City Surveyor's report upon Mr. Cleary's I complaint that the cutting down the road in Vete- ran's Row was to the great injury of his property, and likely to entail ruin if persisted in, was then read, which set forth that the cutting was neces- sary. Several letters upon the subject were then read from Mr. McMeiklc rather contradictory of I each other, and the matt...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 January 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE.-Immense Attraction !-Last night but five of those celebrated artistes Miss Goddard and Mr. Caflb, who will appear in the new grand drama of Belphe gor, the Mountebank I-This evening, January 8th, 1855, will be piesented for the first time, the new drama in four acts of BELPHEGOR THE MOUNTEBANK ! or the Pride of Birth.-Guil liaume (the mountebank) Mr. Caple ; Madeline (wife to Belphegor) Miss Goddard.-After which Professor Wieland and his Infant Brother will appear in some of their most daring and startling performances.-The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of WANTED ONE THOU- SAND MILLINERS. Private Boxes, 6s. ; Dress Cirele, 5s. ; Pit, 2s. Cd. Doors open at seven o'clock, performance commencing at half-past Sole Lessee, Mr. F. B. Watson ; Stage Manager, Mr. Sefton Parry.

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