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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

FOR MAURITIUS DIRIiCT. To Sail punctually 2\th February. '1HE Splendid fast sailing barque HIÏRNICIA, And tor 12 years .1. T. JAKMAN, Esq., Commander, Has very supct ior accommodation for cabin passengers. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on boartl : or to SAMUEL MOSES &Co., Agents. 16th February. CULLOPEN STEAMER SORELL. The above vessel will leave the Franklin Wharf every Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, land passen- gers and freight at the lower and upper settlement«, and leave the upper settlements at ten o'clock the following morning for Hobart Town upon her arrival nt the upper | settlement the freight list will be forwarded to Mr Thomas Pattersons, for the informa- tion of those »»ho may have goods on board, A launch will be ready to convey passengers i to «nd from the steamer, and a lighter moo- red to receive freight during her absence. Parties having grain and other produce for Hobart Totvn are requested to lorward it to the lighter when the steamer is nt...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS OF THE WAR. Our soldiers (says a letter from Scutari) arc de- lighted with the nurses. One poor fellow burst into tears and exclaimed to me-' I can't help cry- ing when I sec them. Only think of English- women coming out here to nurse us ; it is so home- like and comfortable' BRANT, AND AFFECTIONATE SOLDILII.-Wc are informed that Patrick Macguirc or Macgrath (a private in the 33rd Regiment, now in the Crimea) who is recorded to have been captured by two Rus- sians, and to have shot one with his own pistol and dashed out the brains of the other with the butt end of it, and thus made his escape - an act of bravery for which he received from Lord Raglan a reward of £5-has forwarded the sum to his parents who live in little Ireland in this city. When here Macgnire (who worked, at a foundry) enjoyed the distinction of being well known to the poliec, who often had him in charge for assaults and disorderly conduct. .In 181)1, he waa ordered topsy a fine of £2 orbe i...

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The Hobarton Mercury: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 21 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

Zht ftrögvtott j&tttutp i WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 21 1855 COT of tho estimated revenue of the island for the present year, the enor" niouf «um of £32,000 is set apart for ecclesiastical purposes. The Church of England gorged to repletion in the land we left, absorbs in this colony, out of th« amount above stated, upwards of £14,00J. Now that our contem- porary the " Courier" has cried so loudly for reduction in the civil branche« of the government service» and that our new governor has used the pruning-knife of retrenchment in lopping off from one of his poor orderlies 8s. 6d. per diem, we too will have our say. We will pass over for the present the consideration of the subject of retrenchment as affecting minor officials, and come to a poirt that we trust will enlist the attention tot our readers ;-we allude to the enoriiiQUt» sums annually voted by our council for the support of several of the «lergy. We believe the commu- nity are very generally desirous, nay anxious, tha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

BLACK BALL LINE OF ^'AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. FASS\CIC ARRANGEMENTS £ROM ENGLAND TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rpHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL 1. LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. .«mrs. REGISTER. -CAVTAIN Lightning, new.,,... 2093 íorbes. Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning. Champion of the Seas, new.. 2280 Newlands. n c^ipc?""' "7.. f.*"?!?} 200° Tc^y Schomberg, new. 2300 Duguid. Marco Polo. IG2.> M'Donnëll James Baines, now clipper .. 2-100 Ocean Chitf, new «Î.'_ 1230 Tobin. Indian Queen. 1031 Mill. Elizabeth Harrison, new .... 110 i Jackson. . And other Jint-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town, and Launceston. The owner» o( the above well-known line of Packet Ships beg to state that they hare made arrangements by which parties in this country can engage passages for their friends from England, Ireland, Scotland, mid Wales to this colony, by paying the amount of passage-money to the under* signed, Who grant passage «certificates which s...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

THE ELECTIONS. As the day of election approaches fresh candidates for Logislatorial honours appear belbin the public. It is not our intention in our present number to remark on the claims of rival candidates, nor discuss their, personal fitness, or qualifications tor the honorable position to which each, with a pruisctyorthy ambition as to his own merits, aspires, U fa, however, our duty to warn i the several constituencies throughout the island to avoid being entrapped by those I influences which are invariably used by canvasseis on behalf of their friend or fa- vourite. At the present time, when there are no vexed questions to agitate & disturb that harmony which it so desirable should exist amongst our little community, it behoves us that tho apathy engendered from want of politically exciting subjects, should not be allowed to sink into a total indifference on other important matters which will occupy the attention of our le gislators In therefore approaching the subject...

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ENGLISH SUMMARY To December 10th [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

ENGLISH SUMMARY To December \Qth The monthly íeturn just issued states the declared value of the exports for the month eliding November 5, at 5,574,868/. ; and for the ten mouths, ut 73,302,0667. Compared with tho corresponding period of last year, -tlisie is a decrease oa the month of 593,108/. ; mid un increase on the ten months of 116,311/. The unenu meruted articles do not enter into the com paiiso.i. Tlio chief falling off is in the articles ot cotton, habcrdusheiy, linens, and woollens. There is a large decrease in the importation of live-stock and of cereals. A sheaf of wheat was suspended from the altar of the church in the little village of Empingham, on the occasion of the re- cent thanksgiving for the bountiful harvest. A Galway paper complains that none of the gentlemen of that town have obtained commissions in the loc.il militia. The corporation of Dublin has elected Alderman Boyeo to fill the office of lord mayor for the ensuing year. Abraham Hayward, Esq., Q C, has be...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 February 1855

pipping »rpnrf --19-Schooner BtJmoral, 1H tons, King,, from Newcastle, NSW, with coils. Agent, W Easton. »v%-19-Brig Racer, 198 tons, Moraut Maden, 'ftom Newcastle Oct 12, with patent fuel for the T S N Company. Agent, C Toby. -1©- Ship Indian Queen, 1051 tons Mc Kirdie, from Melbourne, with thiity-tive Bounty emigrants. - 19 - Ship Chatham, 574 tons, from London November 10. Passengers - Dr Oldmeddows, Mr and Mrs Joseph Taylor, two Messrs Edwards, Rev   Whyte, DD. Steerage - Smallwood 3, Fredk Stagg, George Stanford, Eliza Stone, Robert Syke, Farrells 5, Sam Taylor, Wilson 5, Spert 2, Williams 2, Wilson 13, Mary Wingfield, Alfred Woolfe, Jarretts 6, Anderson 2, Gray 8, Brown Davis, Adams 2, Boam 3, Bryan 6, Byers 3,     Campbell 7, Compton 5, Cook 4, Denwood 2, Fenwick 5, Dan Forbes, Allen Fraser, Garrett 6, John Hay, Edward Hill, Hill 2, James 8, Lamb 6, Letbury 4, Henry Lowett, John Male, Marks Mark, David Mill, Donald Miller, Amos and Wil- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

TUST PUBLISHED, Price Sixpence, «J ,with coloured Signals-PAViES'S COMMERCIAL ALMANACK, for tho year 1865. To be had at the Mercury Office, II, Macquaric-strect. TURF HOTEL! frHE UNDERSIGNED begs, most re* -L spectfully to inform his friends arid the public generally, that he lias taken from Mrs. Richardson, a Transfer of the Lease of the ? . TURF HOTEL, Murray-street, Hobart Town, , Where it shall be his endeavour to provide the best accommodation, with wmeB,spirifc> bottled and draught ales, porters, &c, &c, of the first quality, and at charges suited to the times. The TuaF HOTEL has been long known and patronised by travellers irom the. country, who require comfortable quarters in Hobart Town for themselves and their families, with careful attention to their horses, on the premises. FREDERICK EMBLEV, Late of the Lord Melbourne Hotel Melville^strect. Feb. 3, 1855. ON SALE, at Fowler's Coach Manu» factory : Six superior light spring carts. ALSO, A largo quantity ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 23rd February, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

GENERAL POST OFFICE. 23.-d February, 1855 Snip MAILS will be closed at this office as under. For' Mauritius and Cape of Good of Good Hope, via Mauiitius,per Bernicia, this day at half, past bi\, p. in. For London via Melbourne, per Shalimcr, this day, at half-past six p. in. For New Yoik via Melbourne, per frigate Bud, on or abont the ii: st proximo. , « F. C. SMITH P.M. Gen. AJails for Sydney, Adelaide and Swan River, are made up,at the General Post Office, and forwarded via Melbourne, by every «team vessel whether from Hobart Town or via Launceston.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

CAMPBELL TOWN RACES 1855. Stewards. Messrs. James Lord, Henry Valentine, John Mackersey, Dr. Harrington, Nathaniel Allison and George Keach. To came off on WEDNESDAY and THURS- DAY, 7th and 8th March. Length of couse 1 mile and 6 chains. FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE of £ , once round ; heats Entrance £2 ; for horses that have never won public money. Town Plate wciglus. CAMPBELL TOWN PLATE of £ , three times round the course ; heats. Weights 3 years old 7st Gibs ; 4 years old 8st Gibs; 5 years old .°st ; 6 years and aged (Jat ölbs. Entrancr £5. LADIES PURSE of £ , twice round the course; heats.. 3 years old .9st lOlhs ; 4 years old Just 51hs; 5 years old list Gibs; 6 years and aced 12st. Gentlemen riders. Entrance £3. HACK STAKES of £ .post entry. Weights lOst Gibs ; once round the course, heats. Entrance £1. SECOND DAY. PUBLICANS' PURSE of £ , twice round the course, heats. Weights-3 years old 8st: 4 yeuts 8bt 1211)8 ; 6 years Sstonc 91bs; G and aped I Ost. Entrance £3. CONSOLATION STAKE...

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INSOLVENT COURUT. (Before the Commissioner). THURSDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY, 1855. In re Joint Hartwell. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

INSOLVENT COURUT. '(Before the Commissioner). 'THURSDAY, . 22ND FEBRUARY, 1855. In re Joint Hartwell. This was a first meetinp of creditors : several debts were paoved, and the insolvent was examined at some length, in reference to certain transactions at Port Phillip, and other matters: the meeting was adjourned till Thursday, the 8th of Mai eli. In re Wira. Carmichael and Laurence Curran. This was an adjourned meeting, and for dis- charge : the insolvents were licensed victuallers re- siding at South Bruni : a debt was proved sub- ject to the investigation of the assignee. The in- solvent Curran was examined by Mr. 'Graves, in reference to a bill of exchange accepted by them in favour of Mr Butler, for a sum of £1000 : fho insolvents -liad given Mr. .Butler several orders drawn by JVInllctt and Powell on Easton and Co ; those orders had nptbeen honoured. The insolvent Carmichael, stated that the orders wore .given.to Mr Butler in part payment,of a.bill of exchange : Mr Butler told...

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Commercial Intelligence Mercury Office, February 22nd, 7 o'clock, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

<£ommem a I ïtntdUVcncc Mercury Office, February 22iid, ?? o'clock, p.m. We have no favourable reaction to repoit in com- mercial affairs, trade being generally dull, and firiees ruling, with very trifling variation, as in our ast. The only article which has an upward ten- dency is oats, the price having advanced from 7s to 9s, and a laiger figure has been obtained for fine 'parcels. The new wheat is brought to market very slowly, but in good condition, and of a fine quality. As regards timber, the maikct is subject to great fluctuations dependent upon the demand, which, ' however, is generally limited, while there is a good stock on hand. Fruit continues to be exported in large quantities, the speedy trips of the steamers insuring a safe deliveiy, and for the most part in good condition. For paiticular pi ices we refer to our Price Current, corrected to this date. ^ LAUNCESTON, FEB. 21. The mills are now at work, and new wheat is coming into the market adequate to the de...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

HOBARTON PRICE CURRENT. All article» not specified in bond duty paid. . All Spirits are in bond. Corrected up to last evening at six o'clock. £ ». Ales, English, per hhd .. Ind and Coope's.. Marçetti'j. Dunbar's. Allwps, par ditto . Basa, Burton, do. Bacon, Colonial, per lb Bags. 3 bushel, par dozen Barld par ton. 0 Bread, per 21b. loaf .... Bricks, per 1000. Butch eis' meat, beef, pir Beef, Sydney, per tier Mutton, per lb .... Pirk, ditto. 0 Pitts, Irish,per tierce Ü Veal, per lb ...... Butter,Fresh, per lb .. Ditto, potted, ditto Ditto, Irish, ditto Candle', sperm, per lb 0 0 0 to 10 10 9 0 0 to 9 10 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 0 0 to 0 1.0 0 I 0 to 0 1 i 0 0 to 1 1 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 0 8,to 0 0 4 0 0 to 5 0 0 0 8 to 0 0, 3 >5 U to 4 0 0 0 6 to 0 0 0 0 10 to 0 1 (i 0 0 to (i Ä u 0 9 to 0 1 0 2 0 to 0 2 0 2 0 to 0 8 0 1 6 to 0 1 0 1 0 to 0 1 Composition ditto O Cheese, Colonial,..;. 0 English ditto ....' O Coffee, raw, per lb. 0 Roasted nndground 0 Coal, Port Arthur,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

Office of Public Works, 19th Feb., 1855.' tPENDERS will be received at this office J. until twelve o'clock on Saturday the 3rd of March next, fur the supply of such Piles, Planking, timber, &c, as may be required for use in the repair and extension ot the Wharf at Hobarton, until the 30th of June 18£5t to lie delivered at any part of the wharf as may be pointed out. Further particulars may be ascertained at this office. W. P- KUY, Director of Public Works. Office of Public Works, ' 19th Feb., 1855. ^TENDERS will be received at this office, L until twelve o'clock on Saturday the 10th March next, for the construction of certain Jetties required at the Franklin Wharf, Hobarton. The Tenders to include the supply ^f nil Piles Timber, Plunk-, &c, as may be "requited in the construction of the Jetties. The siteb where it is proposed to place them and all other particular« may be ascertained at this office. W. P. KAY, Director of Public Works. Office of Public VVoiks, 19th F...

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The Hobarton Mercury: FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 23, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

Cfte ® o tar ton ittmttvi» FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 23, 1855. OUR views on " Elections" as recorded in our last issue, are in no way altered by the course pursued by our cotem poraries, nor that of the recent exhibi- tion at the Mechanics. On the contrary vie believe that every peaceable and well disposed citizen,-every man who has an interest in the preservation of order, and who is desirous that the character of the colony should be raised and elevated, and that the reproaches so unde ervedly cast upon us be. wiped out, will applaud and support the course we suggested, and which we hoped would have been followed by the supporters of the rival candidates. In the present contest when there are no political questions at stake calculated to call into being those feelings of ill will and contention which recently existed, nndwh'ch were fast subsiding, we trusted that all parties would have shunned, as the greatest evil, the jealou- sies and heart-burnings which have so long sat as a night-...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

EUROPEAN SUMMARY An office is to be established within the walls of tjio Castle at Windsor, in order that all messages at this important crisis ra.vy be instantly received by her Mnjesty and Prince Albert. The Morning Herald states that a move- ment amongst the laity -of the church of England, headed by the church-wardens of several metropolitan parishes, has been commenced, with the avowed object of " arresting the progresa of high-church principles." Robert Owen is still bent on accomplish- ing the millennium, lîy.an advertisement in the London daily papers he invites " all governments, religious, classe«, sects, aud parties in di countries, to appoint and send delegates to a meeting to be held in the metropolis oí the Biitish einpire.onthe 14th of May next, in St. Martin's Hall, to hear explained 'Glad tidings of great joy to all m inkind,' including the principles and easy practice by which nil governments may make every one from birth pcrmanetly prosperous and happy. Admiral Br...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

Cartee bu Ättrtiotu PARK PHAETONS, AND BROUGHAMS, From a celebrated English Manufactory. At Wiggins's Yards. Elizabeth-street, on FRIDAY, the 23rd February, 1855 at half-past 11 for 12, BY WORLEY & FRODSHAM. Will sell by auction, ONE new turn-out seat Phaeton painted . dark green, lined with drab cloth and lace to match One new turn-out seat phaeton, painted blue, lined with drab cloth, and lace to match. One splendid Brougham, with lamps, &c. complete One capital family phaeton, with lamps and set of double harness^ silvermojin ted. Terms, 3 months above ¿C50 on approved bills at bank interest ; or cash. TUESDAY, 12th March. Cattle and General Sale at Kangaroo Point. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Desirous of meeting the wants of the times and availing themselves of facilities now so beneficial to the public, hereby inti- mate-that they will hold an Auction Sale on TUESDAY, March 12th, at half-past 11 for 12 o'clock, At Dawson's Yards, Kangaroo Point, OF CATTLE Sheep, Pi...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

«oral fleto* ESCAPE AND HE.CAPTtniE.--On Wednesday morning, at a comtable was conducting two prison- ers, handcuffed together, from the Barracks to the Police-office, for trial, one of them, named Henry Fisher, in custody for forging a cheque on Mr. J. C. Walker, slipped his handcuffs, while the consta- ble's attention was directed to a drunken woman, and ran away down Argyle-street, when, just as ho reached Ciiatley's corner, a constable who had taken him the day before to the Barracks, recog- nised and re-captured him. The other prisoner (Andrew Morris) better known as "Jemmy, the Nailer," was at once secured. SEARCH FOR HIDDEN TREASURE.-The Phi- \ ladelphia Penmylvanian states that a number of gentlemen had left that city on a visit to the vici- nity of New Yoik, for the purpose of recovering a j portion, if not all, of the bidden treasures of Capt. Kidd. The box containing treasure is now under- stood to have been sqen by one of the party, hidden on the Hudson River, near Sing S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

BLACK BALL LINE i OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. FASSAGE ARRANGEMENTS FROM ENGLAND TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rpHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL 1. LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. SHIPS. REGISTER. CATTAÍN Lightning, new. 2093 ' Forbes. Oliver Lang, Hew...... 1275 Manning. Champion of the Seas, new.. 2280 Newlands^ Bonnie Jean, new Aberdeen 1 onnA .,," , clipper./ 2000 ^'Carthy. Schomberg, new. 2300 Duguid. Marco Polo. 1625 M'Donnell James Baines, new clipper .. 2400 Ocean Chief, new ..\. 1250 Tobin. Indian Queen. 1051 Mill. Elizabeth Harrison, new .... 1401 Jackson. And other first-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town, and Launceston. The owners of the above well-known line of Packet Ships hep to atatc that they haye made arrangements by which parties in this country can engage passages for their friends from > England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to this colony, by paying the amount of passage-money to the under- signed, who grant pas...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

Shipping Report ARRIVALS. February 21st - Marie Laure, barque, 330 tons, Chamberlain, South Seas, oil. DEPARTURES. February 22nd - Htlcn, schooner, 150 tons Walters, Adelaide, sundries. Cabin-Mr and Mrs M'Leod, and two children. Febiuaiy 20-Pilot, schooner, 114, Jamieson, Melbourne, sundries. Cabin-Mr. Darrell. Febiuary 21st-City of Hobart, steamer, 383, Bentlcv, Melbourne. Cabin-Messrs J R Griffith I Btodnbb, Maiks, H Stagg, DdlziJ, G Poulton, J R Ross, C Haywood, O'Brien, Swire and servant, T Morey, J R Fraser, R Angel, C Palmer, W Adamson, Lieutenant-Colonel Long, Signor Car indiui, Mons Shebinger, Mrs Gaidir.er.two child- ren and servant, McDougall, Toogood and infant, J Jefteisou, Marks, Stagg, Brown, Dalziel and s.-r- j Poulton, Buckland, Madames Carandini and Stre binger, Misses Gardiner, Stagg, Caiver, Heck- ( scher, Brown ; 26 steerage. I IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. Pilot, Melbourne - 1 case merchandlso, G. Dugard & Co; 165 bales hay, Brown 6V Thomp- son; 23,000 feet timbe...

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