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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

JERUSIILEM CATHOLIC CIIUttCH. TIIK FIRST STONE of the above Church will bo laid on THURSDAY NEXT 15th Feb., 185ft-, at 12 o'clock, bx Uhr. **»'><< n- -' - .. W. H¿LL,V. G. Hobart Town Feb, 9. PUBLIC/ POUND SPRING HILL. IMPOUNDED at the Public Pound, Spring Hill, Montacute, by Mr. Jas. Hann, of Glen Quoin, on February, the ?.«til, 1855. One red and white Bullock, supposed brand on the near thigh E P, L conjoined. Damages claimed, 10s., fees -food and water 9d. per day. If the above animal be not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by law it will be sold by me at the said pound on Wednesday the 21st day of March next, 1855, according to the provisions of the Impounding Act. WILLIAM OSBORNE> Poundkcepcr. Feb. 8th, 1855. NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT. It is hereby notified that the Sale of the Cottage and Allotments of Ground,ion the New Town Hoad, is- necessarily postponed, in consequence of the sudden and severe illness of Dr Cairns. "Wsr. GOHE ELLISTON. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

NOTICE OF Removal. - C W. MOR- RIS, in returning thanks for past favors begs to notify to his Friends and the Public generally, that he has REMO- VED from the Shop lately occupied by him opposite Messrs. Watchorns, to those* eligable premises in Elizabeth-street, next door to Mr. De La Hunt's. Havannah House, Feb. 5th, 1855 THE ANCHOR BREWERY. Near the Bridge Inn, lower Macquaric ßtreet. J. G COULSON, BEGS most respectfully to intimate to the public that he has taken the ubove old-established BREWERY And is' now prepared to issue ALE, BEER, Se PORTER Of the very best description, in any quan- tity, at the shortest notice, and trust» that ¡ tiy supplying a good article, us well as | fitrivt attention to business, to merit a libe- ral shore of public patronage. - ' ADVANCE TASMANIA ! Jan. 30, 1865. Launceston, 2óth January, 1855. AT A MEETING OF LICEXSED Victuallers, called by advertisement at the " Plough Inn," Charles-street, on j Thursday, the 25th instaut, to tako into ! considera...

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MAYOR'S COURT. Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs R, Lewis and Kilburn. FRIDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

MAYOR'S COURT. Before His Worship the Mayor, «nd Messr* R, Lewis and Kilburn. FmnAY, 9TH 'FEBRUARY. Severn) cases of persons summoned for non-pay- ment of rates, were disposed of as usual, according to their meriti ; the majority of the parties pleaded poverty. An information against Mr. Edward Crouoh, of Kelly-street, for a nuisance from a drain, was with- drawn, in consequence of a letter from Mr. John IlobcrtB, tho landlord, informing the Mayor that ha had " taken steps to abate what Mr. Fane f ' Captain Bentley called a nuisance." .,"_ Fanes. Hall. *«*» This was an information by the C1'- ,°?. " "Í against Richard Hall, a cab-prong« «>' "." ,.:'. Min with being drunk while ¡niaboth-stroet : w» on the 1st of February ir.a, Hi* w°FBn'P,, ,' defendant pleaded guiltiith horses in hii ea"Pr served that to be dr bX" he had. eonfeued hu was a acriou» off^ imp0K a mtf««»«d I*nl,lV guilt the cou' of20sand'dl'!!,. Fane v. Bex. / Thin wa» an information against Mr. Rex, of Liverpool-str...

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LATER AND IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

LATEE AND IMPOETANT NEWS EROM THE SEAT OE WAR WE are indebted to our cotemporary the Launceston Examiner, for the following highly important intelligence from the seat of War, which we insert to the ex- clusion of all other news. The Shalimar, one of the White Star line of Australian Packets, arrived at Mel- bourne on Thursday evening, with eleven days biter news from England and the seat of war. Our old fellow-townsman, Mr. Huttley, is a passenger by this vessel, and to his kindness we are indebted for a Lon- don Times, of 21st November. Not having received our regular files we have no connected narrative of operations since the date of our last advices, but there lias been some more had fighting, attended by dreadfull loss to all. It appears that an attenip was made by the Russian troops in Sebastopol to raise the seige of that place, and a sortie waa made which resul- ted in theil* total defeat. We annex ex- tracts from the Times of 21st November : TUE BATTLE OE INKEEMAN. By Subm...

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Local news [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

«oral littet TUB ELECTIONS.-NEW WRÍI.-.The writs for the new elections have been issued as follow :-, New members under the Council Extension Act, one for each place,-Hobart Town, Launceston, Glamorgan, (Swan Port,) Wellington, (Mersey and Circular Head.) Writs have also been issued for a member fur Cornwall and Westbury, vic* Messrs. Gleadow and Archer, resigned. Too days of nomi- , nation have been appointed ni under-Hobart Town, 7th March ; Buckingham, 8th ; Glamorgan, j 12th ; Launceston, 14th ¡ Cornwall, 21st j Wei lington, 21st. j " SPOttTiNo\'Ci'ips.-Our attention has Icon directed to an assortment of sporting cups imported by Mri Hurley, of Murray-street. They'are ex- ceedingly handsome, and of the latest imported patterns and « orkmanship, being adapted as prize« for racing, regattas, ahd agricultural societies. To the promoters of these amusements and pursuit!, therefore, they present an -advantageous means of providing the requisite rewards for successful compctiiois, and...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

For Adelaide Direct, The Brig Union, J ÎI Gill, Master. For frieght, or passage apply on aboard. or to F Patterson Britannia Brewery Liverpool Street. February 8th. 1855. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM. GENTLEMEN-The period being *t hand, when you wi!l be called upon to exercise the privilege of electing an additional member for this County, at the request of several of my friends, I take the liberty of offering myself as a oandidato for the honour of your suffrages. Having lived so many years in the district, and being personally known to most of your number, I deem it unnecessary to make any other pi omise, than that it shall be my constant endeavour, (should you confide your interest to my care), honestly, firmly,-attentively, and to the Utmost of my ability, to discharge the trust, consulting solely the benefit of the district and colony, uninfluenced by party. I have the honour to bo, Gentlemen, ' Your obedient Servant J. CURWEN WALKER. Derwent Park 24th Januar o r...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

Shipping Report. Feb. 0.-Schooner Macquarie, 130 . tons, B "White, fiom Port Albert, with 47 head of cattle, {2 dead). Agent-"W. A. Guesdon. -9-Barque Isabella, 105 tons, Chas. Moore, from Port Albert. Agent-J. Foster, E3q. --9-Schooner Mary Ann, 110 tons, Greig, from Port Albert, with 44 head of cattle and 214 sheep. Agent-Master. --9-Barque Daniel Webster, 290 tons, Dun- ning, from Hokianga, N.Z. Passengeis-Mr. and Mrs. "Williams. -9-Barque Cantero, 320 tons. William Mur- ? ray, master, from the Isle of France. Agents Tondeur and Lempriere. Passenger, cabin-Mr. Halliburton. Feb. Ilth-Schooner, Mary Ann, Graves from Port Albert with foity-four head of cattle and 243 sheep. Turnbull and Co. Same day, barque Helen S. Page, Spring, from Port Albert, 7th instant, 66 head of cattle, W. A. Guesdon. Cabin passenger, Mr K. Neilson and four in the steerage. Same day, barque Mary Parker, from the Huon. Same day, schooner Gold Seeker, from Mel- bourne* General cargo. Four cabin and six «in th...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY. 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FniuAY, 9TH FEBRUARY. 1855. Present-Aldermen Lipscombe, Sims, Sly,   Thomson, and Rheuben. In the absence of the Mavor, Alderman Thomson was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read   anti confirrmed.         Alderman Lipscombe brought up the Re- portant 'the Market Committee, in reference to furnishing properly adjusted weights and scales, and the affixing of the regulations in the market. Also, Reports from the Public Works Com- mittee in reference to certain projected Works in the city. A letter from Mr. Green, of the Commercial   Steam Mills, Old Wharf, was read, applying to purchase twenty unserviceable irom pipes, at 5s Cd per cwt., fur the purpose of laying them into the creek, in compliance with the letter of the Town Clerk, referred to the Water Works Committee. A letter from Mr. Hopton Scott, New Town Road, complaining of not having water laid ...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) FRIDAY,9TH FEB., 1855. Ultering a base coin. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) FJUOAY, 9TH Fen., 1855. Vit ci ing a base coin. Janet Brown was charged with attempting to «tter a counteifcit hali'-ciown to Mr."IIebblewhile of Elizabeth -street, yesterday evening ¡ she ordered some groceries and offered the coin in payment, when its quaiity was immediately discovcied. Air. Jlebblewhite snid he should not have been so parti . «ular had not his attention been diiccted to the prisoner as a common thief. The woman declared she thought it was a good half-crown ; she was re- manded. si jolly tar. "William Dyke, a jolly rough-looking tar, " just come back J)oin sea, Sir," was charged with being drunk last night. Jack readily acknowledged the offence, but exuItingly denied " obstructing" the constable, for he walked willi him as quiet as a lamb. On being asked if he knew that the furn for drunkenness was now £1, he wanted to know how that could liossibly be the case, as he had only just come back from sea; he was lined £\ w...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 February 1855

SYDNEY We are indebted to the polite attention of Captain Clinch, of the Iron Tasmania, for a filo of Sydney papers to the 8tb inst. We have only space for the follow- ing : Sir William Denison held his first levee jon the 2nd instant. It was numerously ! attended. The weather continued oppressively hot. and Charles Windeyer, Esq., had sunk beneath it. Ile died on the evening of the 30th tilt. Joseph Davis and James Merry, pri- soners of the Crown under sentence of transportation to Van Diemen's Land, were arraigned on the 1st inst. for having piratically seized the barque Lady Frank- lin, on her passage to Norfolk Island in January, 1854. Themen were apprehended on board H.M.S. Herald on the 30th ult., were ordered lo be confined in Darling- hurst gaol till au opportunity «-hould occur of sending them to Van Diemen's Land, In the retail trade of the metropolis business remains exceedingly dull, though the present s-ason is usually one of con- siderable animation. The recent cargoes...

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Commercial Intelligence. CALIFORNIA MARKETS. Nov.30th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

(Sommemal iínteUúience. CALIFORNIA MARKETS. Nov. aotn, löül. Flour 1000 qr.-sacks, Eclipse mills, at 8 dollars, 201)0 ditto, other domestic brands, at C dollars 75 cents to Í) dollars. Jobbing sales of 100 barrels Gallego Haxall, at 12 dollars, 75 cents ; 300 qr. sacks Chillie, sold at three dollars. . Grain-Sales of 200 sacks California oats, infe- rior, at 2i cents ; 200 ditto ditto, choice, at 2] cents ; 200 ditto wheat at 2 cents ; COO ditto bar lev, at 1 dollar 50 cents, to 1 dollar 60 cents per 1Ó0 lbs. Potatoes-1000 sacks sold at 1J to 1$ cents. ENGLISH MONEY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (From the Northern Daily Times, Nov. 22.) Liverpool, Tuesday evening. There has been no improvement in the tone of business, nor does there appear much probability of a change for the better, until something decisive is known as to the movements of the 'army before Sebastopol. The business done on the Stock Exchange has been small, and prices have had a downward ten- dency. The absence of fur...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

MARRIED. At St. Joseph's Church, on the 8th instant, by the Right Reverend Dr. Willson, Bishop of Hobart Town, P. J. SMYTH. Esq., of New York, son of James Smyth, Esq., of Dublin, to JANE ANN, second daughter of Mr. John Regan of this City.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

For Adelaide Direct, The Brig Union, J M Gill, Master. For frieght, or passage apply on ?board. or to F Patterson Britannia Brewery Liverpool Street. February 8th 1835. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM. GENTLEMEN-The period being at hand, when you \vill be called upon to exercise the privilege of electing an additional member for this County, at the request of several of my friends, I take the liberty of oflciing myself as a candidate for the honour* of your suffrages. Having lived so many years in the district, and being peisonally known to most of your number, I deem it unnecessary to make any other promise, than that it shall be my constant endeavour, (should you confide your interest to my edie), honestly, firmly, attentively, and to the utmost of my ability, to discharge the trust, consulting solely the benefit of the district and colony, uninfluenced by party. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant J. CuRWEN WALKER. Derwent Park 24th Januar 0 N SA...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

Ijjiftjíing 'îlïjmrt Feb. 12-Brig Sir William Wallace, 226 tour., James Smith, from the South Seas, sailed 25th Oct. 1854. Agent, the master. -r-15-Barque Wanderer, J Woodcock, from London, ouf 95 days, left Nov. 3rd, with immi- grants-73 men, 80 women and children. Left the Lizard on the 8th November, spoke oil'the Cape the ship Andes, bound for the Bay of Bengal. -15-Barque Juste, 299 tons, E Neven, Sydney, Gth instant, original cargo of. wool, from Sydney, for shipment for France. Tondeur and Lenipriere, Sa ' from gers _. . chell, Mr. and Mrs. Bodel, Mrs. Ross,Mr. J.Ito3s, Mr. E. Ross, Mr. T. Ross, Miss Sw.inficld, and twelve in the steerage, including five Chinamen. Agents-Maning Bros. Same day, Schooner Lion, 217 tons, W. Mo Pherson, from Newcastle, N.S.W. the Oth instant, with coals. Passengers-Mr.-Kerr, Mr. and Mis. Morrison. Agents-Kerr and Hunt. Same date, schooner Nancy, 119, Warrick, from Melbourne 3rd instant, in ballast. Same date, barque Glencoe, from Melbourne 9th ins...

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The [?]obarton Mercury; WEDNESDAY MORNING, 14TH FEB.,1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

Cïie ggoforton ffltevtuvg x WEDNESDAY MORNING, 14TH EEB.,1855. NOTWITHSTANDING the near approach of tlie elections, as notified by the government, but a very small amount of interest per- vades the community, either on this or the . northern side of the island ; the candidates in the field are at present almost nominal, and it would appear that men well-qualified by ability and worldly circumstances, are averse to Legislative honors at this crisis. We must not therefore be sur- prised that Mr. Curwen Walker will be unopposed for the County of Buckingham. Mr. Brewer, we regret to say, is for "the purity of election" in the most- enlarged acceptation of the term ; he will tnke his seat, if elected, but will take no trouble in the matte.- : such a declaration is obviously a virtual retirement from the field, because i the electors of Buckingham, we are tho I roughly convinced, are not so enthusiastic in political matters, as to return Mr. Brewer without some exertion on his part. I Dr....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

NOTICE OF Removal.-C W. MOR- RIS, in returning thanks for past favors begs to notify to his Ftiends and the Public generally, that be has REMO- VED fiom the Shop lately occupied by him opposite Messrs. Watchorn««, to those el ¡gable premises in Elizabeth-street, next door to Mr. De La Hunt's. Havannah House, Feb. 5th, 1855 THE ANCHOR BREWERY. Near the Bi idge Inn, lower Macquaric Btreet. J. G. COULSON, BEGS most respectfully to intimate to the public that he has taken the above old-established BREWERY And is now prepared to issue ALE, BEER, & PORTER Of the very beBt description, in any quan- tity, at the shortest notice, and trusts that by supplying a good article, as well as strict attention to business, to merit a libe- ral share of public patronage. ADVANCE TASMANIA ! Jan. 30, 1869. Launceston, 25th January, 1855. AT A MEETING OF LICENSED Victuallers, called by advertisement at the '. Ploughlnn," Charles-street, on Thursday, the 25 th instant, to take into' consideration ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

, (tPVEKTISKMUKT.) VICTO HI AN PERSECUTION. THE following Petition of James Clifford addressed to Her Majesty the Queen, is published as a Counterpart to the Petition of John James, which lately appeared. There can be little doubt that lier Majesty will cause justice to bo done to Clifford, although Sir Charles Hotham declined to compensate James, whose case also, will be sub ivtted to the Queen, along with Clif- ford's.-I shall have great pleasure in pro paring the Petition of any illused man, belonging to this Community, who has been subjected to imprisonment, or spoliation, in Victoria, under cfther of the "Convicts Prevention Acts," or under the v present .'Influx, of Ci i mi mils Bill ;"-and I shall take steps which will ensure that these Petitions shall be brought before both Houses of Parliament. The sooner the question is finally settled between "Victoiia and this Colony the better. The Legislative Council of Victoria, lately asked for inforination'ns to the mode in which Pa...

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Local news [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

S oral JLeto* ANOTIIFU VACANCY IN THE LI GISLAI mu,. - Wt learn thut tliero will be another vacancy in the Legislature, immediately conséquent upon the dcpartuie loi Europe of Mr. Sinclair, the member foi Morven TuAPPiMO A DEFENDANT.-At the trial of a man named Street, on Saturday, for oflcring vege- tables for sale without a ticket, it appeared that the constable had offered lo purchase home. Mr. Wil- mot expressed an opinion that the constables ought not to trap persons, with a view to obtain a case, when D. C. Dailey informed his Worship that, in immy instances it would be impossible to' put a stop to various offences, which might be otherwise com- mitted willi impunity. AnsesT rnoM Scuvicn.-A ticket-of-leave holder, named Callaghan, was charged at the Police office with being absent fioin his authorised place of residence, having quitted Mr. Murphy's servie: at the Huon, without a pass. This charge, lio.y cver, was dismissed, when Mr. Murphy wished to prefer a charge under the l...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

ON SALE, at Fowler's Coach Manu- factory : Six superior light spring carls. ALSO, Alargo quantity ol' Gihson's hest long Bolt Mail patent Axles. A splendid assortment of carriage mats. Collins-street, Fob. 9th, 1855. CAR D. REEVES & CO., WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS and General Impor- ters, New Wharf, (2 Doors from the Bonded Warchounc,) Hobart Town. CASINO, ' CORNER OF LIVERPOOL AND CAMPBELL-STREETS, MR. WATSON having tnken the above Plncc of Amucsmcnl, begs leave to . inform his Friends, tbat ti PROMENADE CONCERT, will be bold Every Evening, commencing at- half-past 7. for convenience, Cards of Admission will bo obtainable only at the Bar of the Union Hotel. C. B. WATSON, Sole Lessee. To the Inhabitants of Richmond, Coal River and Jerusalem. THE DIRECTORS of the Eastern Coast Steam Navigation Company respect- fully intimate that a Barge will be for- warded to Richmond this week for the purpose of receiving Produce and con- veying it lo'the Steamor" Mimosa," which will be a re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 February 1855

BLACK BALL LINE op ^AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. FASSADE ARRANGEMENTS FROM ENGLAND TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND rJ ?1IIE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. SHIPS. nEGISTHR. CAPTAIN. Lightning, new. 2003 Forbes. Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning. Champion of the Seat,, new.. ,2280 Newlands. Bonnie Jean, new Abeuleenl ,,000 ^«Carthy clipper.%.,../" * '* Schomberg, new. 2300 Duguid. Mat co Polo. 1C25 M'Donncll Janies Baines, new clipper .. 2400 Ocean Ciief, new . 12¿0 Tobin. Indian Queeit.. ' 1051 Mill. Elizabeth Harrison, new .... H0<t Jackson. And other first-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town, and Launceston. The owners ot the above well-known line of Packet Shipä beg to state that they have made arrangements by which parties in this country can engage passages for their friends from England, It eland, Scotland, and Wales to tai* colony, by paying the amount of passage-money tu the under- signed, who grant ...

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