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

BLACK BALL LINE OP AUSTRALIAN PACKETS, . pAUAOE ARRAÎ1QEMENTS , From ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'S LAND TVtiE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL i LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. iniPi. REOISTE*. CAPTAIN Lightning, new.i.i... 2093 Forte». Oliver Lung, new..*... 1275 Manning. Champion of the Seai, new.. 2280 Newlands. Schomberg, new. 2300 Duguid. Mareo Polo. 1625 M'Donnell James Bama, new dipper i. 2400 Ocean Chief, now . 1250 Tobin. tndian Queen. 1051 Mill. Elizabeth Harriton, new .... 1404 Jackton. And other firit-clatt clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town, nn<l Launceston. The owners of the above well-known line of Packet Ships beg to state that they have 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 passage certificates which secure the party named therein n Fr...

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

ELECTÍ ON TOR THE CITY OF HOBART 1 1ST of DR, BEDFORD'S COMMITTEE, J j with power to add to their number : Anson, J. Lawranoe, John Brown, Thomas Lovell, S. - , Butler, Henry, M.L.C. Levy, S. Bmgess & Perrett Morrison, A., M.L.C. '' Bailey, J. G. . - Maning, A. II. Barnett, Mr . . ' Mcikle, Robert Hales, William M'Kny, A. B. Cook, henry , Milne, George ; Chandler, Edward , Minson, David _ Dunn, John, M.L.C. Nicholas, Alfred ' Flcfig< C. " Orr, Alexander ; Forster, John Pcikir|S, John , \ Fearnley, James t P,itt, William ¡ ., * Farrelly, P. Bernard ' Priest, J. Goldsmith, Edward Pain, .Henry Graves", J. W. Seabrook, H. W. . 1 Green, H. J. Stuart, J. W. Hamilton, Mr Sly, James 1 Hornby, William Turner, James1 Haywood, C. ' "- Walch, J. H. B. " Lewis, Richard Watchorn, W, Lewis, Neil t Wilson, Henry Lipscombe, Alderman Wilsou, Robert Lone«, T. Y. White, J. The committee meet eveiy evening, at seven o'clock, (Sunday execpted,) at Messrs. Mezger & Basstian'8, A...

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

SOUTH AUSTKALIA. We have received Adelaide papers to the 14th instant.   An alarming fire had taken place in Peel-street, commencing at the store of Mr. Abrahams, and was not got under until considerable loss of property had taken place. The origin of the fire had not been ascertained. At the weekly land sale ou the 8th, the lots put up consisted of country lands situate in the interior, and sold at an average of £1 9s. 11d. per acre. The Times of the 13th says-" A gen- tleman who has recently come from the neighbourhood of Mount Barker, has in-   formed us that the most dcstructive fires     raged in that district, in many instances burning the people's houses, and injuring their stock. Mr. Francis Hunt's pro- perty had fortinately escaped, but a valu-   able horse was burnt so severely as to be   beyond all hope of recovery. There are many people who have been literally de- prived of any place in which t...

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

Säle* 6a Äurtion 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 row hb bénéficiai to the public, hereby inti- mate that they will hold an Auction Sale oh TUESDAY, March 12th, athalf-past 11 for 12 o'clock, At Daw son's Yards, Kungaioo Point, OF CATTLE Sheep, Pigs, Horses, Pro- duce, and any other articles and things intended for bale. Mr. Daw son's yards are convenient for Cattle and Sheep, and there ¡9 also ample accommodation for any extent of general supply ¡ a charge will be made for entry in lieu of advertisements, and luncheon at h»lf-ptst 11. Terms-According to circumstances. MONDAY, 4th March. New Town Road, next to Mr. James's Property, and opposite Mr. Cato's Graden There-is no " Halting between two Opin- ions" as to the generally admired ard appreciated locality of New Town ; it is enough, therefore, to notice that MESSRS. WORLEY & FRODSHAM...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 28th February, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

GENEKAL POST OFFICE, 28th February, 18S5 Ship mails will be closed at this office as undci: For London, via Melbourne, per James Baines and Medway, this day, at 6 p.m. For Kew Yoik, via Melbourne, per Frigate Bird, ditto, ditto. For Ceylon, pei Fortitude, to-morrow, ditto. Mails for Sydney, Adelaide and Swan River, are made up at the General Port Office, and forwarded vi« VI el bourne hy every ntcam vessel whether from Hobart Town or via Lfiunces'on. F. C. Smith, P. M. Gen.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

JOHN M'LOUGHLAN in returning thanks to the public begs leave to in- form them that he has on hand a very ex- cellent assortment of Colonial Manufactured Furniture of the best materials and work- manship, comprising - Sofas, Couches, Easy Chalis, Trafalgar and Drawing-room Chairs, Loo Tables, Dining Tables, Ward- robes, Cheffionecrs and Book Cases, Chests of Drawers, Huon Pine and Cedar Side- boards, Bedsteads of all sorts, Wnshstnnds, Dressing Tables, Bed Steps, Children^ Cribs and Cots', together with a large assortment of other furniture, which he will dispose of on very reasonable terms. Funerals performed in Town or Country on the most reasonable terms. Wanted an apprentice to the French Polishing. « No. 17, Argyle-street. HEALTH KUSTORKUr ' ' HOLLOWAYS PILLS. j Surprising euro of a confirmed astil» , after, five yes» Buffering, [ Thefollowlna testimonial has been sent to Professor Holloway 1 by a gentleman named Middleton, of Scotland Hoad Liter pool. Sir,-Your Pills have been ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

CAMPBELL TOWN RACES 1855. Stewards. Messrs. Janies Lord, Henry Valentine, John Mackersey, Dr. Harrington, Nathaniel Allison and George Keach. % To carne 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 j for horses that have never won public money. Town Plate weighis. CAMPBELL TOWN PLATE of £ , three times round the course ; heats. WcightB 3 y cara old 7st filbs ; 4 >ears oldÖetOlbs; 5 years old 9st ; 6 years and aged 9st 51bs. Eptrancr £5. LADIES PURSE of £ , twice round the course ; heats. 3 years old 9st lfllbs ; 4 years old 1 Ost Gibs; 5 years old list 61bB; 6 years and aged 12st. Gentlemen riders. Entrance £3. HACK STAKES of i? .post entry. Weights 1 Oat Gibs; once round the course, heats. Entrance £\. ' SECOND DAY. PUBLICANS' PURSE of £ , twice round the course, heats. Weights-3 years old 8ht: 4 yeal s 8st I21bs ; fi years Oßtone 91bs ; 6 and aged lOat. Entrance £3. CONSOL...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

EPITOME OP NEWS-EOBEIGN AND DOMESTIC. The Eight Hon. the Earl of Shaftesbury baa accepted the office of President of the Weekly Tract Society. The Emperor ¡of Bussia has conferred the Order'of St. Anne, first class, upon the Prussian Minister for Commerce and Public Works. The Duchess of Sutherland received -on antograph letter of condolence from the Qneenon the melancholy and premature death of her Grace's second son Lord Frederick Leveson Gower. Tho4einand for cavalry horscB has cau- sed a rise in the price. In Ireland prices have risen from thirty to forty per cent, and for those of a superior class still more in consequenco of the decided scarcity of supply in comparison to the demand. The new Canadian Parliament passod a bill, by the enormous majority of 90 to 5, for prohibiting the manufacture and Bale of intoxicating liquors. A committee is at work in Prussia, under the direction of the Minister of Justice, for the revision and amendment of the marriage laws, especially as re...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

DEATH. On Monday last, at Lawrenny, by accidentally   falling in the River Derwent, Edward, youngest son of W. Knight, Esq., of Upper Liverpool- street.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

Sale* bu Auction» " Cattle Sale at Glenorchy WORLEY-& FHODßHAM HAVE been requested to alter the day V Sale at the Traveller's Rest. They have therefore to announce that in future Auction Sales of Cattle, and other things,-will lake place <m the First WEDNESDAY in each month, March 6th, 1855, at 12 o'clock When all persons interested in sending sup- plies are solicited to be early, and have proper entiies made, in time to avoid error or confusion. In lieu of advertisement, a charge made for entry. Luncheon half-past eleven. Terms as usual. WEDNESDAY. 7th March. S VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Houserand Garden in the best part of Mac ' l quarie-street. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Have received inductions to Sell by public Auction, on WEDNESDAY, 7th March at 12 '^clock, on the Premises, THAT Handsomely Built and tastefully finished detached BRICK HOUSE, with valuable garden ground, being No, 33, Macquarie-strcet, now in the occupation of Dr. Milligan, at the rental of £150 pe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

POA POUNDS REWARD.-Stolen or 3ju\J Strayed from the Farm of. the undersigned on Friday last, Feb. 23. SEVEN PIUS, description as under. If stolen i 20 will be paid on conviction of the offender j if strayed £2 will he paid on delivery of the said . Pigs at Brighton Lodge, near the Horse Shoe Bridge, Brighton Hoad. S. Dowibtte. Brighton Lodge, Feb. 24. DESCaiFTIOK. Ona Urge black tow, white face, belly, and feet. Two half-grown black and white sow pigs One half-grown white sow pig. Two half-grown white barrow pigs. Ona ht!fJfrown black and white barrow MP ' . FURNITURE BAZAAR HENRY IKIN bega to inform his friends 1 and the public generally, that he will for the present continue clearing out his stock of Furniture by private sue at low prices. His present stock consists of every article necessary for furnishing the most respectable residence. Good Brussels Carpets tery Cheap. HAIR MATRASSES MADE TO ORDER. FUNERALS furnished with hearse ; Mourning Coaches Sfc. Ifêr DOORS and SASHES at ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

THE SUBSCRIPTION to the MERCURY , published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning, is Nine Shillings per Quarte,r,for Cash t and Ten Shillings and Sixpence credit ; ad* vertUementa One and Sixpence per inch for the 1st insertion, and One Shilling and Three-pence for eVery subsequent insertion'. ' BLACK BALL LINE op Í AUSTRALIAN PACKETS.j PASSAGE AURANOEMENT8 Proi* ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rPHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL I. , LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Bil ITS. REOI8TER. CAPTAIN Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning. Champion vj the Seat, new.. 2280 Newlands. Bonnie Jean, new Aberdeen} 2000 M«Carth" clipper.f f ' Schomberg, new.....v ,230J) Duguid. Marco Polo. 1625 M'Donnell Ocean Chief, new. 1250 Tobin. Indian Queen. 1051 Mill. Elizabeth Harrison, new .... 1404 Jackson. And other fint'clast 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 beg to state that they ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

¿¡lipping ilrçart 86-Emma Prescott, brig. MO tons, Stanton, from Melbourne, with general cargo. Passengers -Six steerage and three children. ' 26-Fríe Trader, schooner, M9 ton«, Thom, from Port Albert. Agent-W A Guesdon. 26-William Brown, barque, 439 tons, Bainton, from London, Nov. 9, with general oargo. Pas- senger-Mr Dickenson. Mail-three parcels let- ters, and one parcel newspapers. Agents-M'Pher son nnd Francis, 26-Faith, barque, 817 toits, Foyle, from Sydney, with general cargo. Passengeis-II Hallen, Esq., and Mr Moiris. Mail-One parcel. Agent Maning Biothers. 27-Don Pedro II, barque, J Grant, commander, from. Melbourne, with sundries. *«. Three sail signalised at sun'set. CLEARED OUT. Feb. 24-Nancy, schooner, 120 tons, Warwick, for Melbourne, with general cargo. 24-Creole, schooner, 200 tons, Greig, for Mel- bourne.- Passengers-Messrs H J Armstrong, F Kout, J Fiy, H J Marsh, R Oldfield, A Beaumont, F Beaumont, Mr and Mrs Beaumont. 27-Bernicia, barque, 548 tons, Jarman, for Ma...

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The [?] [?] WEDNESDAY, MORNING, FEB. 28, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

die ftäfovtott iÄemtvj? t WEDNESDAY, MORNING, FEB. 28, 1855. The report of the Municipal Council at their last sittings, upon the state and condition of the Hobart Town Creek, was of an unusually interesting and im- portant character Mr Alderman Thomson led off in an explanation, not reading his report, but verbally stating the extent and nature of his views. These consisted of a proposi- tion to wall the side and pave the bed of the creek, we did not exactly ga- ther to and from what points ; but the probable expens» was estimated at £ 10,000. The other Aldermen more or less agreed with Mr Alderman Thomson, with the exception of Mr Alderman Lipscombe who expressed his views at some length, front copious notps. His Worship, the Mayor, stated that he had given the subject much consid- eration, and read the subjoined memo- randum : " The more I reflect upon the present fita'e and position of our Hobart Town Rivulet, the stronger becomes the impres- sion upon my mind that legalizing it...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Pol[?]ce Magistrate.) MONDAY, 26TH FEB., 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Pol ce Magistrate.) Monday, 26th FEB., 1855. At the opening of the police court this morning, James Saunders, an overseer, and formerly a district constable in the convict department, and stationed at the Cascade Factory, was brought up on a charge of wilfully and muliciously damaging government pro Íierty, by breaking the windows of his quarters. Mr. Knight appeared for the defendant, and submitted that no person could charge him with the offence except the person who actu- ally saw the offence committed. After some delay the defendant was removed, and at a subsequent period again brought up, in Custody on two warrants,-one charging him with damaging the property of the Govern ment, and the other with assaulting Mr. Atkins, the storekeeper. Saunders stated he had sent in his resignation, and given over all in his charge to Mr. May, the superintendent ; he intended to leave the colony by the Indian Queen. It was ultimately arranged that Saunders should app...

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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

Ootnl «Lei»* The Licensed Victuallers Meeting. Wo have been requested to con cet nn error Mr Davies appears to have fallen into at the late meet- ing of the Lieensed Victuallers, icgarding Dr. Bedford. . It seems that the words attributed to the Doctor had been used by Captain Miller, and not him. It is therefore but just, that this matter should be set right at once. Fashionable Arrival. - We have much pleasure in announcing the safe arrival to our shores from Siam, by way of Victoria, of the. cele- brated cantatrice, Madamoselle Da Jeck. This ac- complished lady whose " mould of form" has been the theme of wonder and admiration amongst the " savans" in the neighbouring colony, has, we believe, come amongst us " professionally," but unfortunately the " ltecess" at the Victoria pre- cludes her debut .it present. Her friends have therefore deemed it expedient if possible to procure a protector for her ad interim, and have actually commissioned Mr Elliston to use some of his elo 'quen...

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COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. [ADJOURNED.] Before Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman, F. A. Downing and F. H. Henslowe, Esqrs. TUESDAY, 27H FEBRUARY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 February 1855

COURT OE QUARTER SESSIONS. , ( [adjoubked.] Brlorc Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman, F. A. Down- ing and.F. li. Henslowe, Esqrs. ' Tuesday, 27u Ff.bbuaiiy, 1855. Ann Gifford, a respectable looking wo- man, was charged with stealing on the 12th of February, two shawls of the value of three pounds, the property of Joseph James Overell. Constable Vickers deposed to the ap- prehension of the prisoner, in Mr. Over- ell's shop, on the day in question. She told him she had three small children, and she was starved ; witness produced two shawls and a basket, which he had received from Mr. Overell, when he apprehended tho prisoner. Joseph McMillan shopman to Mr Over- ell, identified the shawls as the property of his employer, the prisoner came into the shop with a little boy, to purchase some ribbon, she also looked at some shawls ; she whispered something to the boy, who left the shop with the basket ; suspecting all was not right witness spoke to Mr Overell, who went after the boy and brought h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 March 1855

T TOIIN M'LOUGHLANa m retuining ' Jj ihanlcs to the public btgs leavo to in. foi m then) that he bas ou hand a vtiv ex- ' ccllciit assoi tment of Colonial Miuiufitctui ed ruruttmcofiltc best mateimis mid woïk ninnsjup, compiismg - Sofas,'' Couches, Easy Chalis, Tnfalgai and Diav\iiig-ioom Cliaii SÍ Loo Tables, Dining Taules, Wai d> lobe?, ChefHoneus and Dook Cases, Chests Îf Di au et s, Huon Pine and Cedar Sidc oaids, Bedsteads of all soits, Washstands, 'Diessuig Tables, Bed Steps, Childi en's Ciibs and Cots, together with a large assoi tment of othoi fuiniturc, which he will dispose of on vcij ícafeónablb teims 1 lÈutieialspciioimcd. m Tovvnoi Countiyj 'onthe most reasonable leims. i , Wanted an nppunticc to the Trench Polishing ' ". (No, 17, Aig\lc-sttcet , Ile. IL.111 ItcolUlt^Ur HOLLOWAYS PILLS "?"îiirprlBliig ctuo qf a confín ted asllnrt , after, five years i Milla in& I Titi fyflowmg (cstiinpnin! î il been ?«i{ la\rro(msor ¡Holloway \>J a gt tia m namoi Vi Ulcton...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 March 1855

CAMPBELL TOWN RACES 1855. J < Stewards. Messrs James Lord, Ilcniy Valentine, John Mackersey, Di Um lingtou. Nathaniel Allison and George Keach. , To enmc off on WEDNESDAY and THURS- DAY, 7th and 8th Mnich. Length of couse 1 mile and 6 chains. FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE of £ , once round ; heats, Entiance £2 ; for hot ses that have nevei won public moncv. Town Pinte ueights. CAMPBELL TOWN PLATE of £ , three tunca lound the course ; heats. Weights-I 3y(!ina old 7*.t Gibs ; 4 ycirs old 8sf6,hs ¡Û 5 years old 9st ;' 6 years and aged 9ht ¿His. I Ei'Mancr < 5. " ! ,i "' ' LADIES PURSE of £ , twice round the , com se; heals 3 vcais old 9st Killis ¡ 4 years old 10bt51l)S; 5 yenrs old list Gibs ; 6 yeais ai.d a^cd 12st. Gentlemen riders. Entrance ¿C3. HACK STAKER of £ ipoitcntiy. Weights lObtClhs; once lound the course, heat:,. Entiance £1, SECOND DAY. PUBLICANS'PURSE of £ , twice round thecouise, beats. Weights-3 ycais old - Hht: 4 jems Rst I21bs ; 5 years Pstone í)lb¡>...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 2nd March, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 March 1855

GENERAL POST OFFICE, Sud March, 1855. SHIP MAILS will be closed at this office as under; For Melbourne, per City of Hobart, to-morrow, at 11 a.m. - I ( For Port Albeit, per Macquarie, to-morrow, at ! noon. For Sydney and New Zealand, fin Sydney, per Tasmania, ou Monday next, at 2 p.m. For Ceylon, per Fortitude, on Tuesday next,, at half past 6 p.m. Mails for Sydney, Adelaide and Swan River, are made up at the General Pont Office, and forwarded via Melbourne, by every »team v^sel whether from Hobart Town or via Launceston. F. C. SMITH, P. M. Gen.

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