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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

ïtaal Ältpri New Poundkebpbr.-Mr. W.; Douglas has been appointed Pounkeeper at Bothwell, in the room of Mr. E. Gregory. ¿ I Faesh Election. -In yesterday's Gazette ' it is notified, that the Lieutenant-Governor lias issued a writ to the Returning Officer, R, Wales, Esq., for the election of another member for the district of Morven, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of J. Cox, Esq. Nomination, 9th August ; the poll on the 11th, at Evandale and ferth. New Pound.-A new pound has baen erected at Evandale ; keeper, Mr. Thomas Perkins. John Fhost.-In reply to a memorial from the inhabitants of Newport to Her Majesty's government, praying that the pardon which has been granted to John Frost might be so enlarged .a to admit of his returning to the United King- dom, Lord Palmerston has stated that he con- siders that it would not be consistent with his public duty to grant any further indulgence either to Frost or his companions. ,

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[?] [?] TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

TOWN edition. \ HOBART TOWN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26th, 1864. The Council resumed their sittings pro forma yesterday afternoon ; but, beyond the routine business of the day necessary for a further adjournment, little was done. Still what was done of importance was of use, and we wish that the future sittings of our Legis- lative Body may be as unostentatious, and not less effective. We have had enough of personal and party squabbles, sometimes not of the most creditable description. Let us hope that the ensu- ing Session will show greater forgetful- ness of personal imputation and personal interests, and a sense of responsibility, to the pui/nvj-mid-» regard to the interests of the community as respects social, intellectual, and material development. There has been enough and to spare of the "party with whom I act;" we look for a new reading of the   duties of Legislators. " The constituents by whom I am sent," would be the more fitting phrase. Not for a few, but for all sho...

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THE SPY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

THE SPY SYSTEM. Under this heading, we notice in the Cornwall Chronicle of Saturday, an article upon the measure of the Magisterial Committee, in connec- tion with the Licensing system, which we are almost prepared to call scurril- ous - but as we invariably refrain from using harsh terms - we shall deem it only absurd, paltry and therefore un- availing. We have not sat so long in the Editorial chair, as the Editor of the Chronicle, yet we can venture to proffer that gentleman a scrap of advice, which if he will accept, will be of no little benefit to himself - and will depreciate his expression of sentiment nothing in the estimation of his numerous readers. The conductor of a newspaper should, never eo far forget his peculiar position withrespect to the public, as to suffer private feeling to be the spring of action to make the organ of public good the medium of personal vituperation : in fact, it is censurable in the extreme, to contract into the narrowed focus of personality the ...

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MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. Tuesday, July 25th. The Speaker took the chair at 4 o'clook. Present—The Attorney-General, the Solcitor-General, the Colonial Secretary, Mr Sharland. Mr. Clarke, Dr. Officer, Mr. Morison, Mr. Gregson, Mr. Chapman, Mr. Kermode. Dr. Butler. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. Tuesday, July 25th. The Speaker took the chair at 4 o'clook. Present-:The Attorney-General, the Sol- citor-General, the Colonial Secretary, Mr Sharland, Mr. Clarke, Dr. Officer, Mr. Mo- rison, Mr. Gregson, Mr. Chapman, Mr. Kermode, Dr. Butler. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, when the Private Secretary brought down thirteen messages from his Excellency. The Speaker read the titles of Bills to which the assent of the Government had been received. The principal notices of motion were by the Colonial Secretary, for leave to bring in a Bill to alter and amend the licensing system (increasing the license-fee to £60), and by Mr. Chapman for leave to bring in a Bill to amend the Con-   stitution, which was rejected as irregular. After some other routine the Council adjourned until Tuesday the 16th August, at 4 o'clock The messages referred amongst other subjects of the refusal of the Home Government...

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[?] Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

To Correspondents. Simon Jones's communication in our next* The order to insert the Gas Company's ad vertsiement arrived too late for this issue. We must refer our Bothwell correspondent and subscriber to the Post-master Gene- ral for his information-If any complaint is to be made against the local Post- master, it is to that office and not to ours. We cannot be responsible for the manner in which letters, or even our journal is delivered after being issued from this office; and whether the com- plaint against the Post-master is or is not warranted, we are not at present assured, but we shall not fail to make strict enquiries when we shall better know how to act. We may enquire, how- ever, does this individual referred to hold the two-fold offices of Police Clerk and   Post master.

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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

Launceston Mr. Sinclair the late candidate, unsuc cessful when competing with the ex-mem ber Mr. Cox, has on the vacancy created by the resignation of that gentleman, con| sented to receive a requisition to represent the constituency of Morven in the Tasma nian Council. Mr. Sinclair's liberal prin ciples are well-known, and he will be a boon more than acceptable in this critical crisis, now that our little maiden isle is to be led to the altar of the New Constitution to be fettered or to be freed-if he h[?] elected one of her grooms, we trust he will maturely consider that the step, is a mea sure which involves her future prosperity or poverty. We have faith in him, as he is in favour of " Extension." " Union is strength," therefore the concentration of the power of many, is stronger than that of few.   Hibernian Societï".-The last meet! ing of this association was more tkd usually well-attended. Tt was agreed l] assist the Catholic Temperance ¡society ii getting up the...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 July 1854

Iljippg îtopirt; ARRIVALS. ¡S July 12- T. S N. Co'a steamship ion Tas- mania. 425 tons, Thom, troin jA'elbtinrre, Ji»> 20, with sundries : passengers-Mrs titrai* ítc> W R Wade, Miss A Farren, Ut Moe,., í¡r w Neck, Mr Tlion-bon, Mr Joseph RipV. Mr Louis, Capf Smith, Mr Mc Millan, ft'r.M.ilIett, f-'t H F eming, Mrs Fleming, Vr Sultree, Airt C Had ey, Air, Mrs & Miss M<*es baby anti nurse, v w Ware, and 25 steewge. Mail 1 bag, 2 parcels aud 10 ioose letters. Agenu ti Toby. - __22_Brig v»unieT, m:/-tons,moors from Melbourne, July 10, in ballast. Agent», Taylor and Leigh. +.--22-Schooner Ooan Queen, 121 tong, Smith, from Welbourne, .îulv 10, in ballast; Î*wngers-Mr Kebble, Mr Lester, Mt Mallett, Mi Houghnet, and 3 in the steerage Agent*, Easton gc ro -22--Barque Isabella, 195 v,im, Moore, from Port Albert, July 19, with ca«K Agent, Fosur. JuW 24.-Schoorer Free Trader. 14h tons, Adam, from Foi t Albert, July 20, with\"l. locks ; passenger-Mr. Tolmie. Mail, 1 ba^ A...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

" Second Announcement-' CHEAP DRAPBRyTcHEAP DRAPERY An Immense Reduction OF VRICK3 IK WINTER GOODS, FOR FOURTEEN DAYS ONLY And now selling much under t heir usually low prices, having a large con signment of goods daily expected, are determined to clear the whole at such a sacrifiée that must en- sure a speedy clearance. In order to do so the gooda have all been marked down to the original cost in England, a fact that every body ought to know and will be convinced one purchase Will prove this assertion. Such being the case the Proprietors aredetermined on giving the vast multitude who so liberally patronise their well known Establishment, Goods at prices defying all competition. Purchasers should at once haste to this cheap Warehouse, where thousands make their bargains and are satisfied. We are cheap sellers, therefore buy your goods where there is a large trade, small expenses, and a good S took. On these grounds wo ask your patronage. MOREY BROTHERS, WARTERLOO HOUSE, UVEHPOOL-STB...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

Found' A LARGE BLACK and WHITE - newfoundland BITCH. Whoever nat lost the same, can, by giving a pro- per description, reoaver the animal by ap- plying at thi> offico and pay ii g expenses, lfnotowiied within fourteen days It will be sold io delray expenses. august 1st, _ Richard P. W. Fletcher, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Ross's Building, W, Flinders-street, Wharf, < I-UB1ÏC ¿WOTIClïS. DERWENT AND TAMAR . Fire, Life and Marine Assurance COMPANY, HOBART TOWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1845 CAPITAL-£100,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. DIRECTORS. Samuel Moses, Esq. | Josiah Spode. Esq Thomas Brown, Esq. I Thoa. Boot, Esq. StephenAddison.Esq. | Directors at Launceston St. J. T. Blown, Esq. | J. C. Brown, Esq Manager-Thomas Hewitt, Esq. Accountant-Alfred Garrett, Esq. Solicitor-Andrew Crombie, Esq. Agent at Launceston-C. J. Weedon, Esq. Agents tor the payment of claims in' London Messrs. Richardson, Brothers, St. Helen's Place. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS are taken by this Company, and claims for ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

»USIÜeEftS CAW «S, &c* VAN DIEMENS LAND Mechanics Institute THE Committee ot Managers ot the Van Diemen'* Luni Mechanics' lnstituaoi» have groat pleasure in stating to the me i - bei s and the public gtcti illy that th: following RPutlemen have a îehuy promu d their valuable assistance at the L<ctuiO lable duuug the piesBiit S tsion : The Rev J. Lillie, D D, Pros d< nt 'The. Venei able Aichdcucon DaVie* Ho" R cíiaid Dry, Speaker of t'.e Le^is* latí ve Council. , Rpv. Dr. HmlttcK Rev. F 11. Cox, * Rtv. J. Clarke. Dr. Huxtablc.; , * Dr Hal'. , = Dr. Smart ' ~ " .. L Macdowell, Fsq. ' J 7l "". Macdowell, Fsq. C B. Ure«er. Ktq, ,i. J. Salier,lisq. Da. Dowwino. The list of ensuing Lectures willbeadvcf* used some tirtíe "before delivery. Admission to Lectuiei>*--Mombm fne*t non-members Í?. each Lecture. Doors open At 7 o'clock and lectures oda . meale« at half-past f. Mubic CIj.61 Conductor Mr. J^. Sal!«rt Leader, Mr. V<m Russell-The C>»m« *....

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[?] Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

i])"#Äg fttyort - ARRIVALS. ' -f-3l-Schooner Francis, 110 'ton« Bennet, from Sydney, July 11, with general'cargo. Mail, ; 1 paper parcel. Agent, Matter. --81-Brig Connopolite, 144 sons, Napper Vftom-Twofold Bay, July 23, wiüf' 250' sheep and 69 cattle passengers-Mr* Napper. Agents, Boys and Hall. -31-Brig Pryde, 213 tons, Rae, from Melbourne, July 25, in ballast. Agent, F A Downing. -31-Brig Emma Prescott, ICO tons, Harburgh, from Velbourne, July 27, with gene- ral cargo; passengers-3 steerage, and. 11 government emigrants. Agent, F A Down- ing. -31-Schooner Creole, 144 tons, .Griggs, from Melbourne, July 2d, with general cargo ; passengers-3 steerage, and 25 government em- igrants. Agent, W Rout. -31-Schooner Eclipse, 101 tons, Burgess, from Pott Albert, July 2«, with cattle and sheep passengers-Mrs Burgess, Dr and Mrs Boyde. Agent, Guesdon. -3i-Schooner Gem, 180 tons, Leuty, from' Geelong, July 26, in .ballast. Agent, Master. -31-Steamer, Wooden Tasmania, 452 tons, D ü! McKellar f...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 2nd Aug., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 2nd Aug., 1854. Ships mails will be closed, at this Office as under : For Singapore per Victoria, on this day at noon. For Calcutta, Madras and Bombay, via Calcutta, per Sea Nymph, on or about the 10th instant F. C. Smith, P^ostmastor-Ge neral

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, AUGUST 1[?] Corrected to Tuesday Afternoon at 5 p.m ACRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

Cnmniroial ânttlligtutf. ''h HOBABT TOW», AUGUST 1; r ¿{Corrected to Tuesday Afternoon at 5 p.m | Ç-:-, '¡fi ACRICULTU&ÀL, '.,lll A ¡Wheat. per bush 0'14 0 to 0 14 fi 'S ,r\ïnglish Barley. 0 10 0 to 0 12 0 jj j bape ditto.0 10 0,ro 0,12 0 || L|)ats.0 11 0 to 0 11 6 t, »i flour per ton.... 0 0 0 to 38 0 0 jjjHJlay loose,.l8 0 0 to 21 0 0 ;,\o (ay^pjeased ..^...S2 0 0to 24 0 0 ¡, traw.4.Î.C....«...'.^... 8 0 0 to Io 0 0 V 1 .-!-~-:rr ¡, ,(l 'DAfRY.PRODUCJE. ,(utter,^perpound ....0 3#6to0 4 0 \ 'heese, per pouud.0 1 4fco0 Ú 0 ||«j! GARDEN PRODUCE. I "iKiaa/per bushel,.0 16 0 to 0 0 0 ¡ < ;, (ians, per bushel ....04 OtoO 0 o j ,,'res . 1 0 OtoO 0 0 , «fe tatoes, per ton.20 0 Oto 22 0 !' (Uiions per ton . 60^ 0 Oto 55 0 0 j |,bbages,perdozen... 0 6 OtoO 8 0 | ^Xtliflower-Bperdossn^O 0 OtoO 8 0 j i*jt*n«kBl,M.,lV.9 0 ÖtoO 0 0 » y!j>le», par bushel. OU o tel 0 0 ' ht I I Sc fi nil POULTRY. Fowls, per couple.,. 0 6 OtoO 8 0 Ducks,ditto ..0 7 OtoO 8 0 Ueeso,eioh. 0 8 Ot...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

VICTORIA. Mr. Smith O'Brien, and Messrs. Martin and O'Dogherty, had been presented i with addresses and testimonials, a gold vase of great value had been offered to and accept- ed hy Mr. O'Brien. Messrs. Martin and O'Dogherty received purses of two hundred sovereigns each. After the presentation of the addresses, a sumptuous dinner wIb given to these three gentlemen at the Criterion Hotel.' Mr. O'Shanasiiy in tie «nair, and was followed by'the usual airiount of speech making. In the course of Mn O.'Brien's speech he Vindicated Mitchell from the charge of absconding-declaring he would never return home unless " with the highest political honor" be hoped for Ireland the same unanimity us he saw ex- hibited in Victoiid and concluded by pro-i posing the piosperity of the colony. The vase to be presented him will be exhibited at the Paris Exhibition. ' The Herald ti especially irate at all this, and publishes a two column leader to disclaim any general participation in the matter. Captai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

MKS. DAWSON bogs to announce to her friends and the public, that ita her intention to give Private Lessons w Singing and on the Piano Forte. 20, Davey-st., nth July, 1854. mi^mmmmÊimtim^mm^mmtmstsmm^smmSi Printed and published by GEORGE AUBER JONES,« ;i,Mscqaarto4tiMt;and JOHN DAVIES, of Älurray-itreet, at their.Genersl Printing Office, 11, MaeauariMtrwC J.«*««

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

HEALTH RESTORED. m HOLLOWAY« PILLS Surprising Cure of a confirmed Asthma, after five years* svffei mg. The following testimonial has been sent to Pro lessor Holloway, by a Gentleman named Sid dleton, of Scotland Road, Liverpool. Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, under providence,of restoring me to sound health after five years of severe affliction. During the whole ofthat period, I suffered the mobt dread !ul atta- cks of Asthma, frequentlv of several weeks' dura. tion, attended with a violent cougn, and continua spitting of phlegm intermixed with blood. That so"shook my constitution that I was unfitted for auy.of the active duties of life. I was attended dy some of the most eminent medical men of this town, but they failed to give me the slightest relief. As a last remedy I tried your Pills, and in about three months they effected a perfect cure of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, and restored tone and vigour to the chest and digestiv otgans. I am, Sir, your obedient S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

gHlPPIHO For London* TO SAIL the FIRST WEEK in AUGUST. THE A I clioper barque INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, -. Wilson, Master. For Freight of Wool or Cabin Pas apply to Reeves & Co. New Wharf, July 8, 1864. Steam to Kew Norfolk. THE "CULLODEN" Steam-packet, will commence rur-ning on (he 13th instant, to and from New Norfolk, every MONDAY and THURSDAY", leaving the Old Wharf at 9 I a.m., and Messrs. Brown and Thompson's, New Norfolk, at 3 p.m. on the above days. I ¡."or passage apply on board, and tor freight to Messrs. Brown and Thompson, New Norfolk, or Old Wharf, Hobart Town. February 10th. CULLODEN STEAM PACKET WOVt, THE II IT O X. THE above Vessel will in future leave the'Old Wharf every luesday and Friday at 8 o'clock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur« days, calling at the usual places. February 10. , For Geelong, Victoria: H E fast-sailing brig JANE. b 174 Tons, Register, » Walker, Master, > - Now Meeting for the above port, and will meet with dispatch. For freight o...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

LONDON MART DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 CASES OF I^EIW DRAPERY, ex Victoria, direct to order. SLY AND RISBY, Beg to ca\V the attention of those ladies who have not yet vis- ited their Establishment, and request they will do so without delay, and judge for themselves, as to the extent of their Stock ' of well-selected PLAIN AND FANCY DRAPERY Also to their Prices and Quality, which will be found to be cheaper than any other housa in town. Four cases of Family Mourning . ->A liberal allowance made io shopkeepers and country Btoiekerpdrh. Liverpool-street, July 24th. CHIT CHAT AS two Gentlemen (whose names, foi certain reasons, we d6 «6t mention) when walking through town yesterday, we heaid the following dialogue tpke place between them. t A I want to know Where I should go, For such attire As I requite, And you, no doubt, Can point me out Some Mart where I May safely buy. I heaid you say ' Ï he other day, That you could name i A house tvhose fame Is now unfuiled, Throughout the woild...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

smcjEKiiAiraoxra. SHORTLY WILL BE PUBLISHED A . > COLLECTION 0Ï.Ï0EMS Bv M. M., Consisting of Odes, Soniföta, . ,' AN j MISCELLANEOUS POEMS Price 2s. Cd. CARD. W. J. HUXTABLE, M.R.C.S., Bega to inform hir patients that he has removed, to No. 1, KRLSO TERRACE, ELIltABLTlI STKEET. CARD. G. PGTÍDE, LATE MASTER MARINER, (.Successor lo JeJin Johnsou,) SHIP-CIIANDLEK, and SAILMAKER General Giocer, Tea, Wine and Spirit Al «chant, near tho "Custom House " NEXV WHARF, Hobart Town. Purchase Blocks to be obtained for us . [\ 0 A R D.] 7\R. MACNAMARA, Member of the JL/ Royal College of Surgeons, London, and A ccoucher, having removed from Rose, may be consulted daily, fiom 0 to 10 o'clock in the morning, and from 5 to ti in the afternoon, next door to the Stores of^Messrs. Degraves, Collins-street. July 1, 1851. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Ix consequence of certain rumours being curient, that the meat which I have advertised for prices which dis- please many, must be unsound ; I beg to inform the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 August 1854

11 HE Undersigned having disposed of hia interest in the Hobarton Cordial Liqueur and Lemonade Factories, Mac quarie-strcet to Mr. H. C. Cozier, begs to thank his customers for the support they, have always given him, and at the same time to recommend his successor to a con- tinuance of their favours. William Coote. June 19th ,r 1854, All letters and communications for W. C. aro to be addressed to him at Macquarie-st. as before. MR. COSIER Roppectiully intimes to the public that he is now prepared to supply THE TRADE and pi ivate families with all the manufactured cordials which they may |require. H. C manufactures no cordial or liqueurbut which upon trial will recommend itself. COSIER, LATE COOTFS, LIQUOR FACTORY, MACQUARIE STREET, Near the Domain Gate, THE following Cordials can he had in any quantity, by applying ac the office aB above to H. C. COSIER. ON SALE COSIER'S late COOTE'S SUPERIOR WlPTOÜiff» ON SALE COSIER'S late COOTE'S SUPERIOR BITTERS ON SALE COSIER.S late COOTE'S SU...

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