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ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Mi. Watson, the lessee and manager, takes his benefit this evening. He has a right to look to the public for an enthusiastic support-a support beyond that which they have accorded to any other beneficiare during the season-for however well they may have done, he in his vocation has out-done iheni all. We shall not draw any invidious comparisons betw.een Mr. Watson and his. predecessors. They in their generation and with their means did well ; he with greater facilities at his command, has used them with skill and produced a satisfactory and corresponding result. From the great aeeession to these colonies-we say not of first-rate-but of generally able and intelligent actors,-Mr. Watson has selected wisely and successfully. The public needed bonie diversion from the beaten track-it had tired of low ' monotony. The Starks Often powerful-too often . noisy ranting, and therefore Milgar-were the first to present us willi at any rate the novelty ot'pe'rformeis exper...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF / BUCKINGHAM. (1 ENTLEMEN-The period being at hand, 'J' when you will be culled upon to exoicise the privilege or electing an additional member l'or th.s County, at the icquest ofseveial ol' my friends, I take the liberty oi onciimr mj self as a candidate for the honour ol your suffi ages. Having lived so many years in the district, and being personally known lo most of your number, I deem it unnecessaty to make any other pi omise, than that it shall be my constant endeavour, (bhould you confide your mteiest to my caie), honestly, firmly, attentive!)', and lo the utmost of my ability, to duchaigo the trust, ' couiulting solely the benefit of Hie distiict and colony, uninfluenced hy pai ty. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant J. CunwG.s Walker. Derwent Paik . ^ 2 Mi Januar NOTICE OF REMOVAL. I*1 HE business hitherto ennied on by the undersigned in Trafalgar Place is re- moved to premises on the New Wharf, corner of George-street,...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor the CHief Justice.) Friday, January 26, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

SUPREME COURT. Criminal Sittings.   (Before His honor the Chief Justice.)   Friday, January 26, 1855. The Court opened to-day at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of sentencing the prisoners convicted at the present sessions. William Holborrow, stealing yokes, &c.; two years' imprisonment, with hard labour. William Teale, uttering a forged cheque; ten years' transportation. James Taylor, burglary at Mrs. Macdougalls;   to be transported for life. Charles Cooper and Charles Warlock, for the   robbery of Mr. Titus Brown ; twenty years' trans- portation. William Hollidge, for rape, was then placed at the bar, and on being asked if he had anything to say why he should not be sentenced to die, accord- ing to law, merely replied that he was innocent of the crime imputed to him. His Honor, in a feeling address, adverted to the recommendation to mercy by the jury, which he said he should forward for the consideration of the Executive, but...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

A TO LET, FIRST-RATE Blacksmith and Wheel- wright Shops, in the township of Hamilton. An excellent opportunity now offers for two steady hands in the above line, the premises afford ample house room for two families, the shops are large and convenient and a respectable tenant would be treated with for the whole of the Stock, consisting of iron, timber, blacksmiths' tools, &c. Apyly to Jacob Trott. Hamilton, 24th January, 1855. Sales ¿2 Auction*» Tuesday, 30th January.-Stock Sale at Oatlands. BY MR. N. A. WOODS, T his Yards, on TUESDAY, the 30th January, One hundred Leicester ewes and lambs N 100 Southdown ewes and lambs 100 fine woolled ewes and wethers, young sheep 200 store ewes 100 fat wethers. 20 fine-woolled rams 6 working bullocks Also That splendid thorough-bred horse Little John, bied by the late Mr. H. Gee, got by the imported horse Little John, out of Lady Mouse, dam by Buffalo ; seven years old ; . won the Publicans' Purse at Green Ponds, and two races at Clarence...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FRIDAY 26TH JANUARY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Fbiday 26tu January, 18öfi. t Present-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Lipscombe, Thomson, Rheuben, Sims, Sly, and O'Reilly. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Alderman Thomson laid on "the table a report from the Public Works Committee ; and Alderman Lipscombe a report from the the Market Committee, und another from the Water Committee. Alderman Sims presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Bathurst .street, praying thut the water may he laid on between Murray sind Han in» ton si leets : Alderman Sims also pitsented a letter from Mr John Williams ?suggesting an alteration in the creek, accom- panied by a plan for the better purposes of -drainage, de. The petition uud letter were rm-iv ed, Metter was read from Messrs Hatbotlle, flj-jwisj Wuitcbidc8, and others relative to -the walling of the cieek'in Elisabeth and Liver« pool-streets. Received.           A letter from Mes...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

LOCAL NEWS. New Assessment.-Messrs. Hurst and Robb have accepted the office of assessors for the Corpo- ration, and are now actively engaged in the per- formance of their duties. Accident.-On Saturday afternoon,about two o'clock a child belonging to Mr Ottoway, of Liv- erpool-street, was accidcutly knocked dowti by the Van conveying tho female prisoners to the Cascade Factory, and had its* arm broken. Sur-rosno Stolen Cahpet.-As D.C. Down ham and Felony constable Bayley were going along Watchorn Street, about twelve o'clock on Saturday night, they observed two men, one of whom was carrying a large bundle ; upon seeing the constables', the bundle, (which turned out to be a roll of carpet) was dropped, and the men de- camped, closoly pursued by tho constables, who succeeded in oapturing one of them named Thos. Hope, and locked him up. The carpet, can be seen for identification at the police office!. . Shameful Robbery.'-On Wednesday last, Captain Bentley of the City of Hobart( was sum...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Mugistrate.) FRIDAY, JAN. 26TH, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 January 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Mugistiate.) " Ti _____ Fiuday, Jax. 2Ctii, 1855. Thei e vv ei e only fourteen cases on the charge sheet, and for the usual offences of drunken- ness and its concomitants : the delinquents weic dealt with in the oldbury manner. A Female Assaulter. Mai y Taylor, ti, a man ¡ed woman, was chai fred withdistuibing the peace and assault- ing Constable Fuirell ; the constable stated that the defendant had collected atrreut ciovvd iii the street : she was abusing a cuhiiiau, and making a great noise ; when he took her into custody, she pitched into him in a moment and knocked his face about. The defendant said she ecUuinly did abuse the cabman who had ««sanlted her husband, and she also ae certainly did box the constable's ears, when he inlet - fered « itli her. 'I he woman's character being good.she was fined 25s. Fiai nig up, , A well-dressed ticket-of-leave woman, named Jane Lowe, by occupation a dressmaker, was charged by constable Dorset with being ou...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THEE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

to Tim editor or inn meucuiu Sin,-You have justly earned tlie best dinnies 01 your fellow-citizens by parading before the public the detestable scribbler,wlio,in a late number of the Argus, has thought lit to pour out his mendacious slanders against this community, aud to poke per- sonalities (happily for the good keeping of the writer's skin of a very harmless nature) against our most worthy and esteemed representative, Mr. John Dunn, junr. It will be evident to every reader of the para- graphs quoted in your paper, that the writer when penning these falsehoods must have relied for his own safety upon their very absurdity If it was true or ever had been true of this colony " that virtue has been thought in Van Diemen's Land ft crime, and crime (the more bloodthirsty the better) a virtue-that a free, honest; and what would be a respectable member of any other community than ours, is nicknamed as only a " Jimmy Grant;" and so, not having taken his degree at Newgate, (or some equally ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

_T0 TUE EDITOR OP Tilt M>:S.OMair, Sir,-You hayo done good service in e<i«>n''i¡; 'he j slanders thatdvÄve been recent);,' p,oiir.tija-ed hy ! the Argus Correspondent against .his cJiuiiy, it« late governor and its inhabitants. It is all very well by your truthful exposure, lo endeavour to counteract the effect* ol' .hose }je.ail ential and poisonous lucubrations willed originate .in a diseased and corrupt imagination. But what does your truthful exposure avail this community, if the slanderer continues to wallow in the mire and filth he has created, and ii permitted to live on .in the enjoyment of a salary and stipend wrung from the poekcts of the people he traduces ? Will those in power sanction his continuing in possession of that position and pay, which enables him the more effectively to ply his unhallowed vocation ? Will the Board of Education, who exclude the " frccd man" from employment within their pale, be silent and look favourably on the delinquency of t...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. January [?],[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

l.F.NF.KAL i'OST OfFICE. January -'. "*SJ Ship Malls will be closed at this Ofliee as under "For Melbourne, per City of Hobart, this day at eleven a.m. For Sydney and New ZenlAiid. via Sydney, ter Tasmania, on this day at eleven a.m. For Mauritius anti C;ipe of Good Hope, per Au- stralasian Packet, ihU'day at clc\cn. For Canterbury, per Wm. Hyde, this day at half past six., p. in. For Madras, per Ear! of C'.iestcr, on or about Wednesday next. , For Ca'cutta, per General. Wool, this day at half-past six. For London, per Wellington, Friday next, at ; six p.m. I For London, per Derwentwater, on Wednesday , next at noon. x ! .Muils for Sydney, Adelaide and Swan River, are made up at the General Post Office, and forwarded i via Welbourn«, by every »team vessel whether from i llobu't Town or via Lauiieeson. F. C. Smith, Postmaster- General.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

VICTORIA. Our files to the 27th are befoe us. A public meeting was held on the 2ftth ul t., at Sandridge, to consider of the ue ceasary steps to alleviate the sufferings of those injured by the late lamentable fire. A committee was appointed to distribute subscriptions to collect the same, and an application to the Mayor of Melbourne to call a public meeting was resolved upon. Subscription lists were then opened, and apparently with success. The number of sutlercrs is variously estimated at from 150 to SCO. We extract some very pertinent and excellent remarks from the fieclong Ad- vertiser, with reference to the improve- ment of the streets ol that city : Local Improvements in the 2W» of Geelong.--In a country recently colonized great outlay must be incurred iu making roads, building public institutions, schools, churches, &c. Things that haye in the old countries merely to be kept in repair, have here to be erected ; aud in some cases, buch «s sewerage, water supply, and th...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

ARRIVAL OF TUE llOMAK CATHOLIC BISHOP. I Yesterday evening the announcement or liisliop i Vi'ilKon'sanival bj the Bcinicu, from the Downs on the J/>th October, wah made known by a flag hoisted norn the steeple on St. Joseph's Cat he- dí.t!, Macquarie street. As was anungcil previ- ously by a large and influential portion 01* the com- munity of which His Loidship is the head, the Venus steamer was despatched in order to meet bim, and icturned with his Lordship on board, a bout half-past seven o'clock, In the mean time (lie vciy excellent band ol' the Catholic Abstinence Society accompanied bj a very large concourse of the »orshippcrs at St. Joseph's proceeded to the Wluif, and on his Lordship's disembarkation, re- ceived Jiim with the most cordial applause. The Band played a piece of sacred music, and the fiicnds and members of St Joseph's congregation pioceeded to the church, where His Loidship lnicily addressed the assembled flock, and having .exchanged mutual gicetings retired ...

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Commercial Intelligence. DECREASED IMPORTATIONS IN WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

"feommmftil SntfXlïrenr*.' DECREASED IMPORTATIONS IN WINKS AND SPIRITS. From a circular addi ca-rd hy Mosm Cozens and Co, of AIurKet Lune, London, to tim Editor of the Ar^us, we find that the quantity j if wine shipped to Hobart Town in 1853 was Já,28l fnAlous; in 1854 47,803 gallons of , spirits .in 1853 185,24!) trail., iii 1854 I 12.25h gallons. This a very ?gratifying' (increase sa 1854 in the wines of 31,418 gallons, >of t-pirUs . 82,471. Tins consumption of spirits in 1863 a» compared with the m hole population-nun, woman, and child, free and bund was 195,42!) .gallon», or alioiit 3J gallon» each, in 1854 it had lessened tu 2 gul lons cace. The conduin p , turn uf wine in 1853 lj each, in '51 J of a gal ' each. Tins result inttbt I«: gratifying to the ' advocates of temperance. VICTORIA. Tiie price of gold remains nt £3 16s per oz. The luoney market has buen decidedly easier dtiriuir the last fortnight < the prudence of the merchants hu* produced greater confi- d...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

?lii|!!jing ïU-jitirt ' January 30th-Barcia, barque, £ l8 ions, J. * Thomas Jarman, from London, >15th Oeiobrr, pas- senger*, Itiglu Rev. Dr. WilKin. Rev J. Fitz- gerald, Mr Julien Wood, Mr Ficd Green, John Cl.ukbou, servant. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Tor London-Derwentwater, ship, Wrankuiore, Aniipjdc.s, ship, Cipt, Macpherson. Wellington, barque, Capt. Lnllham. For Calcutta.-General Wool, barque, Captain Fuller. For Mauritius.-Australasian Pncltet, hinque, Captain Stuart. For Kttc Zealand.-William Hyde, barque, Capt Raymond, For Sydney.-Tasmania, steam-ship, Captain Clinch, this day. For Melbourne-City of Ho »art. C:ipt. Bentley, on this day _i MISCELL.4XEOUS SHIPPING. n^_^^_r_w_j_ The Joven Delores, which arrived on Sunday ' evening from Melbourne, unfortunately ran ashore 1 at Bluebcrg, about 8 p.m., while bealing up for the anchorage. Signal guns were fired, and the life- boat, with the Port Captain, proceeded to her as- sistance. At G .1.111. Monday, she was hove off, and is no...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. BENEFIT OF MR JACKSON. Assistant Manager. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, Thcentcrtainmcnts will commence with the beau- tiful play of the SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES. Or, tlie Admirr l's Toast. - Curtis . .. Mr Lewis Chilles Franklin .. Mr Cox Sandford .. Mr Miran Admiral Franklin .. Mr Graham Billy Laekaday, v, ¡iii original song, .. Mr Jackson ., Mrs Bell .. Mis Upson Susan .. Miss A Watson Laura, nilli songs, Madame Carandmi. Eugenia .. Mrs Morton To be followed by , " Solo, the Bells, on the Concertina, Mons. Devixe' ' As played before Her Majesty, Comic Song, Lord Lovel, Mr Jackson Cachoucha, Madame Strebmger. UNIQUE BALANCING, By Professor Wieland and his Iufaht Brother. , To conclude with the"extravaganza of the WIDOW'S VICTIM. Mrs Rattleton, -a young widow .. Mad. Carandmi. Jane Chattcrlcy. a lady's maid.. Mrs Marton '. ' * t Mrs Twitter. .Mis Burdett Mr Twitter .. Mr Morton r Mr Byron Tremain Pelham PoJge,Mr JA Watson Jeremiah Clip, a baiber's Clerk, Mr Ja...

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CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

CAPE. Our advices are to the 12th December, and contain some news of more than ave- rage interest. Sir George Grey, the new Governor, arrived in the Seringapatam, and was received with the usual official formalities. The phlegmatic citizens of the Cape did not seem to be much troubled with Go- vernor-worship, and treated the whole affair as a mere matter of form. The late Governor, Mr. Darling, was to leave at noon, on the 12th December, in the Natal steamer, for England. His Government has been exceedingly to the liking of the people. They are getting up a testimonial of plate-have hung his portrait in the Council Chamber - and invited him to a public dinner, which in- vitation, however, his rapid departure did not admit of his accepting. On the 9th Sir George Grey held his first levee, which was numerously attended, and preceded by the usual addresses from public bodies. The Cape Town Mail has the following observations on the rapid changes of Governors in that colony :- &...

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AN INTERVIEW WITH THE GRAND DUKE CONSTANTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

AN INTERVIEW WITH THE GRAN» DUKE CONSTANTINE. Lieutenant Royer, first Lieutenant of the Tiger, lins published a narrative of the loss of that steamer, and «f his travels in Rus sin as a piisoncr. In that narrative ho gives the following account of interviews with the Grand Duke- Constantino und hi* wife : '. I was shown into n drawing roon, to await the- ai rival of the Grand i)uko Con- stantine, who had not returned from Cron stttdt. He fills the post of Commnudcr-in Chicf of the Navy, lately occupied by Prince MenschikofV, who lins been, eont to command the fleet at ¡Sebastopol, «ntl who may there one day pay the penalty, in I»» person, of the war of which ho was one of the principal instigators. The- walls of the drawing-room w»-ie unverud with oil pain- ting*, chiefly sea \i<'Wf>, by Kmsmiiu intiite; and thoie were many paintings laid »gai')«1 the «hidrH and si'.h's of tlie room, um! water co our iininliiig« King on R tabbil '"e whole ha\iug an appearance of cleg n...

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The Robarton Mercury: WEDNESDAY MORNING, 31st JAN., 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

Cïic Sofort ou ütevtuvj? WEDNESDAY MORNING, 31st JAN., 1855. An ass finding in a field a lion's skin forth- with robed himself in the deceased monarch's habiliments, and proceeded to the forest where his appearance inspired universal reverence. Unhappily, not content with this reception, he proceeded to address the quak- ing beasts, but his utmost skill tailed to pro- duce anything butahidecus compound of bray and roar, in which the former was predomi- nant. The fox immediately detected the imposition, and, with great composure, addressed the impostor-" For the sake of the hide you wear," quoth he, " we paid you respect, but now that is at an end-you have spoken-you may be a very good sort of beast, but, however we may render homage to a lion we give none to his skin, when the wearer is an ass. ,, If our readers will turn to the newspaper lepoits of the proceedings in the Municipal Council on Finlay last, they will be at no loss how to apply old iEsops fable ; but, lest they should'...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

«oral Jlrto* The Mechanic's Ini titute-A report of last night's proceedings will appear in our next. Royal Victoiiia Theatre.-Mr. Jackson, the assistant manager, takes his benefit this eve- ning ; and, ju&ging from the excellent programme in the bills, and his well-known abilities as a com. edian, he is likely to command a full share of pub- lic patronage. Sweethearts and Wives, in which Mr. Jackson takes the character of Billy Lackaday as Jcreiy Clip, in the Widows Victim ; besides, his imitations of Messrs. C. Kean, Paul Bedford, Wright, Waller, Stark, Kcmble Mason, Coppin, Sefton Parry, &c, will be novel attractive, and well worth seeing. Information under the Port Act.- Capt. Mackenzie, ol'the Thane ol'Fife, was charged yes- terday, by Mr. 1). C. Smith,- with a breach of the Port Act, in not having a proper watch on hoard the vessel, between 8 and IO o'clock at night. The defendant admitted the chaige, and said he could not afford to keep a watchman ¡ he also ple...

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MR. MILINER'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 31 January 1855

¡\1 R. Si II. KBITS DEFE NCE. Wh have been some whit amused hy Mr. Miluer's defence which, under the gaine 0/ <in advert sèment, the Courier has inserted ,.in all the p'l'iip ot leader type-we only trust bufar tis that person is concerned that when he next -appe.-r» in printhe muy be more prudent and move successful. Any staiemotif made by liini 'Caii only lie noticed iiy us ns it 'ideéis the question at issue; bia abiue of lair, jourmtl;.his disapprobation of it» style-(/;/# lüsupprnha liou ! ! I) ; his self election to campauioiu-hip with Mr, Chipman, to whom the sum of forty thousand Milner's would not furuUli au equal-.ill tliL it ii beneath our position to deal With. We have only to notice the luets he alleges as to this colony ¡uni hi» defcuce «f th.ise iillegatious ; apart from then) Mr. Altl !./".!-'Vlf ¡Wiliicr.Jip Ciiniiot well be ¡ess., Ile- veiy much uiisuuJes mt, own mmi. « iii , cuppnses that his opinions upon ¡my jchen subject are of the slightest importanc...

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