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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WEDNESDAY, 21ST FEB., 1855. The Dose. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 February 1855

POLICE REPORT! i (Before the Police Magistrate.) j WEDNKSDAY, 21ST FEB., 1865. The Dose. ; Joseph McSorlcy was charged with being , drunk and disturbing the pence. The dcfen j dont waa running.ubout Barrack street with a r knife in his hand und making a great noise ; he was fined 25s. William Thompson, a passholder, ¡n the ser-   vice of Mr Small snr, was charged with being drunk. The prisoner said he was not real drunk ; he had been ill all day and could eat no victuals, so he took a glass or two, which rather overcame him. Mr Smalls re- quested Mr Wilmot to caution the man, as he was willing to give him another trial. His Worship said he should do something more than caution him, and sentenced him to seven days' solitary confinement.     Eliza Starforth was also charged with the     same offence, ¡t being her second appearance this year » she informed his Worship that her I husband had just come from sea, and she had...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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THE BUCKINGHAM ELECTION. To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

! THE BUCKINGHAM ELECTION To the Editor of the Mercury. Sin,-I see by the newspapers that at a meeting of Mr Walker's friends on Friday evening last, Mr John Morgan took upon himself to state " that he was the representative of the Lipensed Victuallers," and virtually promised their support to Mr Walker. Now, Sir, I do not know by what authority this meddling old gentleman acted T for J have taken the trouble to incertain «hat ut least twelve out of the fifteen Licensed Victuallers in the County of Buckingham intend not only t>o*i«£ for, but also support,   ing Dr Crooke at the ensuing cleotion. It is there- fore too bad for any person to put iorth statements so unfounded. Perhaps you can solve the matter, and oblige, AN ELECTOR AND A LICENSED VICTUALLER. February 94th; 18ft. [For the information of our correspondent we 'raaf slate that Mr Morgan is only tho paid servant I of tho j ¿icon «¿¿Victuallers, and certainly ,not thcir mouthpiece! >Hia interferouc...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

CALIEOJlNI \. We take tho following finn» the " AltaG.tli fornian" & December last - In the SupcuorCourt on Saturday, appnen rtiouuus made on the pirtof a CliiiiamuiUo be * adiiuttcd a citizen of tho United Status. The applicant was ruther more white than usual for : people of that nation The Court mentioned, the ci^c to the bar, and Messrs Doyle, Biooks, ^ule, and oliuís, spoke to the point. It ap- peared lo lie the Unanimous opinion of the members of the bar then present that a China- man Is nota white perron uitlnii the inclining of the naturalization laws, am) that sueh « person could not be admitted a eiti/en. The Court took the matter under udyisemcnt. Lynch Lia\f -A fe» duys since we inti- mated thutJ.uk Rourke, who shot Air. Horing at Mariposa, had been hung hy the people. From the '* Republican" ue gather the follon ing addilionul particulars.-" On Sunday morning the minéis in Maiiposa commenced gathering in from the surrounding camps, the majority of whom weiewell ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

JOÎÎN M«LO,UjGÏiLAN in' returning ,, thanks to the fmblic begs leave to hi' ' form them that lie has on hund a' Very $$.* cellpnt assortment of Colonial Manufactured Fumiturc of the best materials *aiid "St orle* aianship, comprising - Sofas, Conches, Easy Chairs, Trafalgar and Drawing-room Chairs,.Loo Tables, Dining Tables, Ward- robes, Chemoiîeors and Book Cases, Chests' of Drawers, Huon Pine and Cedar Side- boards, Bedsteads of all sorts, Wnshstands." Dressing Tables, Bed Stops, Children's Cribs and Cots, together witlî a largo assortment of other furniture, which he will dispose of on very reasonable terms. {i Funerals performed in Town or Countrv on the.most reasonable terms, i ' Wanted -an apprentice to the French Polishing. No. 17> Argyle-street. . r IMPORTANT TO SMOKERS. DO you desire to try the Famous Englo Brand NEGROHEAD TOBACCO, which obtained a first-class prize at tho New York Exhibition^ and' still receives , universal commendation ? 'Call at " HONEYDEW HOUSE," (Yo...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

}Mi U"*~;i I ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. - ; ' CityUfâXséglj/ ner ¿upland at^ta]», Thto*rp¿ ~$* -^ ?¿.¡%[''^iiilt,tattcplan, on i , t i ^'ij ii_. t i f MONDAY, FL1ÎRUARY 2(5th", lfiW,* . - - li l.i' v. 'l-l*, MR (^ItljreHT.ÎyTofeeîmist.h^iVeluwr.to ?, janiioftnco that he has taken the abbvc place of amusement foi ONE NIGHT ONLY, vvhcio he intends exhibiting lus innch admned DISSOLVING * VIEWS, with the Ditimmond Light, the s-uiio as those shown bj lum at Government House, also the beautiful CHROMATIC TIRE CLOUD, being the second time exhibited in tlicspj c'olonies, and tlie'splendid piece of I^HCV) ORKS known as the Sixbn'Wheel! hi tlfe True 'Loveis Knot, I and Revolving Sun. , The Wieland Biothcis will go through their Wondeiful Poifoanaiice nmidyt ' the Display of ' ruevvotka. For particular see small bills. Doors open at seven o'clock to commence at half pist seven. REDUCTION IN PRICES. Private Boxes, 5s ; Diess Cncle, 3s , Pit, Is Cd. Children half-price to the ho\cs only.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

CAMPBELL TOWN RACES 1855. Steuai'ds. Messrs. James Lord, Henry Valentine, John Alackerscy, 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 baie never won public moncv. Town Plate ueiirhls. CAMPBELL TOWN PLATE of £ , three times round the course ; beats. Weights 3 years old 7st 61bs ; 4 ye,<rs old 8st 61 lis ¡ 6 years old 9st ; 6 years and aged 9st filbs. Ei»»rancr *5. LADIES PURSE of £ , twice round, the course ; heats. 3 years old 9st Killis ; 4 years old 10st51bs; 6 years old list Gibs ; 6 years aud aged I2st. Gentlemen riders. Entrance £3 > HACK STAKES of £ .post entry, We*»'« 1 Ost 6|l)s; once round the cou/fe, heats. Entrance £\. OÜ.COND DAY. \; PUBLICANS' PURSE of £ , tvücc round t|>e course, heats. Weights-3 years old 8st: 4 years 8t,t 12lhs ; 5 years 9slone91bs; 6 and aged lOst. E...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

7~hî '*> ßS' M t?41 Ve have, Svdney! jouriiula (Ki ?^Lelth? folttyW f «Oui tTf it., - re " vvhYcíi JoítrWl fj^^icrHl JbitélliijAiiríí be coiöingNaAt||vcri«# to ita «dirrillWUér, Hie "Morning Herald." t "** An improvement in business is generally felt, which,, is attributable to' the purchase of cniintrv stores for the return wool teams, and to the (hawing oil'recently of tome por- tion of Moi kt fur other loloiiinl'inatkeu Mill tho combined causes of hitrh-reii»s und inordi- nate competition are producing,beveie embar- rassment among, trailers If limited operations. Diupeiy goods and grot cries me both looking inoic animated ; und conlidence in the general cottrse.ot transactions, is gaining firm nesi. ' ' " ) «ic» The predictions of a declining revenue that' weiß freely ventured upon ¡ni the Legislative Council when the Colonial Treasurer brought under renew the Financial Message of lust session tue noivvin the course of'verification through the vulgar process of the Custom limi...

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LATEST FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

LATEST FBOM VICTORIA. The Lady Bird left «Williams Town on Friday morning, und entered llie Heads to-day at f a.m , eins twentv two hours trom heads to heads. The Ballaraat notera were to be tried on Thura day, but tit their own request the trial had been postponed The Pacific nrrived in Ilobjon's Bay on Thur-« ! day,' and the onlv two Tasmanian passengers on : board were Messrs Hoddam Doug ass and Janies Winter. Her mail consists only of intennediàte | dates. On Thursday, W. B. Hatch was arraigned on the charge of cmbeziling a considerable sum heimg- ing to the Cornwall Insuiance <.«!«. The Judge summed up clearly and strongly, but the j ury re-] turned a verdict of not guilty. On the same day Dr Lang was arraigned for a | libel on Sir William a'Beckett, chief justice. The defendant was his own counsel, and made the most I of the materials in his favour The judge. (Mr Justice Barry) alter a full and impartial summing up. concluded with the emphatic observation ' that j i...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

, MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Iron Tasmania' was advertised to leave Sydneyifpr this port on Saturday last ; she may, theicfore'be looked for to-night,or early to-moriow morning. Ti Th'é barque Freak has been laid on at Sydney for this port, and may be daily expected.*, Arr'ivai/of a Fue.nch MAN-or-WAR.-On the 22nd November the French fúgate Alcestc, from Callao, anived at Honolulu, and anchored outside the port. Result or the Wiiale Fishery in the Arc- tic Ocean.-The " Honolulu Friend" says that just fifty ships visited the Arctic Ocean this season, and that thirty of these have returned without hiving taken a drop of oil ; while Several of the re- maining twenty took barely enough' to keep their binnacle lamp burning. A hard case truly I" Russian Forces in the Pacific.-The " Echo du Pacifique'1 of yestciday gives the following as the Hit ol'Russian vessels in the Pacific, under the orders» pf Admiral Ponliátine : the Pallas, frigate, of 50 gutis ¡T a corvette of 30 guns , two stea...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 26th February, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 26th February, 1855 Sinr mails will be closed at this office as under For Mauritius aud Cape of Good of Good Hope, via-Mauritius.per Bcmicia, this day at half . past six, p. in. For London via Melbourne, per Medway and James Baines, on or about'the 1st pioximo. For Ceylon, pel-Fortitude, on or about the 2nd proximo. ., i i ? ! For New York via Melbourne, per'frigate Bird, on or abont the first proximo. Alaiis fov.Sydney, Adelaide nnd Swan River, nre made up at' the Genera] Post Office, aud forwarded via''Melbourne', by every »leam'vessel whether Jroui Hobart:Town dr>via Launceston. > F. C. Smith I P M. Gen ¡

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THE WAR. To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

THE WAR. To the Editor^ of the Mercury. Si«,-In your journal of Friday last, there is a paragraph stating that a rumour exists of the re- moval of the regiments of the line in the Austra- lian Colonies, to be replaced by Sepoys from India, in order to make the former available for service in the Crimea. With reference to tha withdrawal of the 99th, 40lh, 11th, &c, I addressed a'lelter to the Colonial Times, and which appeared in that journal on ¿Saturday last. ' I ventured to call on the honorable member for New Norfolk, Captain Fenton, to convene a meeting of all retired, and half-pay officers residing on this side the island, to adopt au address to the officer Commanding-in« Chief in Australia, Majpr-Genera) Sir Robert Nichol, assuring him, through Sir Henry Young, to the effect, that thetroops of the line cpuld' be readily spared, their placés1 for all, really useful purposes being taken by the retired, and half-pay officers, and"volunteers. The Launceston Exa- miner alon...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

NEW ZEALAND. ' tie are in possession, of New Zealand journrls.tothe 3rd instant, from which we take the following:- ? The late Executive Council for the pro- vince had resigned their trust into the bandi of the outgoing Superintendent (Colonel Wynyard). The Suuthernl'Croa» questions the propriety of the Executive having resigned *t the .present juncture, and observes, that it wotjld huve been more conducive to the public interest and convenience, had' the resignations been postponed until after the election, so as to leave the new Superiutende it flee to ac- cept it, or to dcsiie the Executive to lc tain their «»eats. In the Provincial Council of .Auckland, the Superintendent, in compliance with the ?wish ol'the Council, as expressed in, the address accompanying the report of t|m Committee of Education, proposed to place the sum of £1000 upon the_ estimates fi>r the year 1855, for educational purposes, The struggle for the Snpeiluteiiûcncy was still actively cm tied on-the people...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Pallet Magistrate.) FRIDAY, 23RD FEB., 1855. The Dose. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

rOU CE REPORT. (Before the Pallet Magistrate)) FniDAV, 23rd Feu., 1855. , The Dose. Elizabeth Seaton was charged, with being ; d iv nk in Murray-street j she wits given into [custody by her husband. Mr Wilmot observed that she app aied a respectable woman; it would have been better for her husband to liuvc ta'.cn her into the house than turned her outofdiorsi D. 0. Mucginnes stated that she had been »way from borne a week ? she was fined £1. "(Before the Police Magistrate ,and Mr J. Foster.) Abuotíders. Peter Anderson was charged with abscond- ing from the service of Mr.-Russell, Sandy Bay, on the 21st instant, and remaining at Iari;e until apprehended yesterday; he.was sentenced in December last to six months for ibsconding ; the piisoner said he was sent toa (dace to do work he did not understand; be hail to scrape jelly-pots at Mr. Russell's with a knife ; (u laugh) :* he liked to work at what be was used to in his younger days ; he could wash a carriage with any man in the colon...

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Commercial Intelligence NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND; FEBRUARY 2, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

(Sommetrúil ïntrtUacnrc 'NEW ZEALAND. Auckland; February 2, 1855. Grain and Flour-Fine 33/pei ton, seconds 30/, wheat 10s to 10a 6d per bushel, bran 2s 6d ditto. Bl ead 9d the 21b loaf Garden and Dairy Pro- duce-butter, trcsh, Is Gd' silt Is 3d pel lb, cheese colonial. Is to Is 8d*per lb, hams Is, bacjn lOd per lb, fowls 5s Gd to Gs Gd per couple, ducks, ?boaroc, 7» per couple, geese 7s to 8s each, turkej s, bcaree, 12 to 14s each, lard 9d to lOd per lb, milk 8d per quart, eggs Is 2d to2s peí do¿cn. Hay 12/ to 111 per tonrsu»w 51 to öl 10s potatoes 9/ to 10/ per ton, oats Ds'to 10¡>, maize 8^. Stock Sales woikmg bullocks 30/io 45/ per pair. Horses for the plough 50/to Q0Z, calves 40s to 60s, Wddders 20s. "j ' , SYDNEY MARKETS. FRIDAY, FCBRUAItY 14lH, 185$. » Gram (and Flour-Wheat has taken a cousider ^ijble rise. The few small pal eels recen ed his been ^V'stwiW, by land carnage there ho? been .little *r ghi down. The roads are now, hi consequence \ late lains, almost bejord trav...

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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

Soral Hito* Confirmation of the Chief Justices's Appointment We are enabled to state upon the most un ¡oubtcd authority that the Pacific has brought intelligence of the confirmation"of the appointment by Sir W. Denison ofV. Fleming, Esq., to the Chief Jusice ship of Tasmania. Launceston.-AVe find that our northern friends are not incliued to allow the elections to pass off tamely afier all. Mr W. S. Button has been brought forward in opposition to Mr Doug- lass lor Laucestorr, and Mr J. II. Wedge for Mor- ven agaiust Mr McKinnon. More Catholic Clerqyme^».-During the past week the following priests have arrived, in Melbourne, and ate now attached to the Catholic mission, viz.:-per Gipsey Bride, Rev. Messrs. Bermingham and M'Elroy ; per Almora, Messrs. Madden and Cronan, and Rev. Mr Parker, from Europe, via Sydney. There are now no less than thirty-three Catholic clcigymen in Victoria, and half a dozen more arc expected ere the lapse of as many weeks.-M. M. Herald. IIoiiuiBLt'.-Sydney...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

DEATHS. On the 2nd December, 1854, suddenly of apop- lexy, at No. 20, Vere-street Oxford-street, London, Mr. Napoleon Gilbert, of Geelong, late of Hobart Town, in the 56th year of his age, leaving a large family to lament his loss. On the 22nd instant, at the house of his mother, Macquarie-street, Hobart Town, William Seal, aged 8 years and 11 months, son of the late Chas. Seal, Esq. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock.

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The [?] [?] MONDAY MORNING, FEB. 26, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

Cite ffyobnvton ßSCtvtnvp .MONDAY MORNING, TEB 26, 18S5. The old and trained labour of the colony is from many causes fast fading from the .settlers view. '[ he sister col- ony of Poit Phillp, ulrich once held out premiums'and rewards to our old fen ra servants and ' shepherds, whom they could thus by means of high wages entice to llieir shores, has now íaised a barrier to inteicommunica- tion. ' 'J he gold fields bl ought to that island the out) ouiings and off-scour iiigs of all nations. Men who couldnot work, and who would not want. Law leskiiess, bankruptcy, and general ruin now peí vades the colony. 'J he de- cent and hard woiking amongst the het- erogeneous mass, abandons the scenes of iniseiy which he sees around him in the lanes and alleys of Melbourne, and turn to the genial climate ot 'las mania, its settled and peaceful society, for a home and a laing 'ihe s ti earn of immigration is also setting iu nom the mother country, and we may in a shoit time expect large accession...

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UNITED STATES [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

lftCBttat»«rW«rwg»-*«w« UNITED STATES We liaTc intelligence, from New York by way of San Francisco to the middle of November. We extract the following from the San Francisco papers :-* ' ' it»-.. v".i., in..,»;*,, <vi".""0;", M:».tiibu» and New Jei.sey, held their clccttous on the 7th Novembei, and the Administration is completely routed. We do hot bear of the election of but four or five Administration Congressmen out of about foi ty-five. Cass is íepudiated in Michigan, and Douglass in Illinois, and Seward has a large majoiity-in the Legislature of New York, llichaidson, of Illinois, -.\ho led in the passage of the Nebraska Bill, is defeated. Seymour, in New York, may be re-elected Governor, but the Vote on Governor turned on the liquor and other local questions. The Times says that Claik, Whig, is elected ; the Her- ald snys so, too ; the Triune is positive that Seymour is elected. The vote stands 119, 000 for Clark, Whig and Main Law man ; 119,000 for Seymour, Soft, A...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Picsent-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen .Rheuben, Sly, Lipscombe, Sims, Thomson, and . O'lteilly. "Friday, FrimiiABY 23bd. The minutes' of the last meeting wore read and confirmed. Certain correspondence was read tmd amongst other letters one from Mr Ton Inn, rejecting an interview, but setting forth uo object. The Mayor suggeste d that the standing orders should be sus- pended, m order to ena ble" Mr Tonkin to be heard. Mr Tonkin then carno f&rward and ex- plained a grievance to which he was sub- ject by tho present, mode adapted hythe city surveyor, iu dealing out the creek, by which the foundation of his house was endangered. Mr Tonkin prayed that the city surveyor should be directed to desist from his work, he, (Mr Tonkin) made no complaint against the city surveyor, but merely wished for protection from the council, in reference to the enda'hgcrnient of his premises. A desultory conversa- tion ensued, and it-waa nirújanAoij-aoo;a<.«i to ref...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 February 1855

f%* * * ( n 22 ioi s r. W , FÄ&h biui # Ä, >lr Wf. " Merson and *-^ , Stone, 1 on jondon 8th Nov lnst night \ >r Geelong Pns «H[<$dficld,! Mi J tons, W TisVer, for 114, Griggs, Mol ,.»» b.cibin-"MessisAun ^ínrshjÍR H Oldfield, Ai . ad F Beaumont, 4 stcei ^".«ner, 12Ö,' Wnrw ick, Mtl f* RULED, rt, for Geelong -¿iff vaitseï Packet, schooner, 40, Cassclls, ? idiies < IPORTS AND EXPORTS. f riying Tish, from Mclbouine-1 bundle p ,T A Downing, c cs'-es siuft, Order, tiins upped ex Australia horn New Yoik-2 cases /«.nnfi, 104 "jo" glass, I case bo mets, 23 cises cho ' colatc, 2 cises brushes, C do iionmongerj, 1 bale btationery, 3 cases curry pon dei, 25 0U0 fttnnber, 9 cases diu«s, 4 do papei 1 do cuit-uns, 1 bale woollen ¿oods, 4 cms mouldings, 1 do por- celain Per D irt, for Geelong-1 eise peaclict», 7 do pear«, 20 do apples, 15 do do,' 51 bigs onions, G Lovett ; 12 casco fiuit, 1 casks do, 13 bags onions, 80do,HolliJisdilc, 20 do flour, 10 casks appl...

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