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Local News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 21 March 1855

«oral Urta* CRICKET.-The return match between the . Richmond and Hobarton Club's coinés off to-mor- row in the Government domain. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL-The council met yes- terday afternoon, and after the usual routine of business was transacted, Alderman Sly brought forward his motion for the proposed reduction of the salaries of the various officers connected with the corporation. After some discussion, it was de- cided to postpone the question to the 1st of May, next ; and to examine the city surveyor in the meantime, as to the strength of the department, witn a view to the necessary reductions. i Tun LADY FRANKLIN PIRATES.- We have bean informed that the prisoner James Merry has tuined Queen's evidence, and made a full confes- ' sion to Captain Denham of II. M. S. Herald at Sydney : by this confession it appears that the taking of the Lady Franklin and the outrages then committed were nothing in comparison with what were subsequently perpetrated at the South Sea Islands : amongst ot...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

To the Editor of the Mercury. ¡SR,-As your journal is the decided .advócate ol' Lticensed Victuallers, Ltru,st you will , afford inser- tion to these few observations. . ' Last week at u,¿ Polie* Office when the onr Caught was made upon so many publicans. Mr. E. Lazarus of the Globe Inn, was liueu x,« am. CUBIS) because ONE constable saw a woman come from his house with a jug after ten o'clock, but he could not say there was anything in the jug : at the same time two other publicans were fined each £2 and costs, in both which oases actual proof of serving was shown, and in one of them the defendant did not condescend to appear before the Bench. I I wish to. know - by what rule the magistrates calculate the fines ; for according to the circum- stances of the case, my friend Air. Lazarus ought not to have been fined more than the others, as he could have shown, had he 'been allowed, that he had not served any person that night, and that he was as particular as possible to observe the ...

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RETRENCHMENT. To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

RETRENCHMENT. To the Editor of the ? Mercury. SIR,-You will perceive in the abstract 'of salaries that the two bishops-Protestant and presbyterian, and I thinkCatholic-have an increase of salaries as being' the organs of direct communication with the Government. In addition to being thus paid for doing the work themselves, they arc each allowed a clerk with salaries of £100 each to do-that is what I want to know. As you are a lover of fair pUy and independent in your columns, I think that you will agree with mc that the retrenchment might have began simul. taneously,-at least with those who work harder at the post office. I I am, Sir, I Your Obedient Servant, A SPECTATOR. Maéquarie-st.',"22nd 'March, 1855.

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THE NORTHERN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

THE NORTHERN ELECTIONS. Tlin people have been again triumphant - faction has been once more crushed-the unanimous resolve of the gi cat body of the Northern Electors as testified in the recent return of Representatives shews that they will no longer tamely submit to have the interests of the country in which they live sacrificed to the schemes and arbitrations ofthat despicable oligarchy which has long sat like a night-mate on the heart of the community. Our indefatigable Launceston friend and correspondent, enabled us on Wednesday, to announce the ictutn of «Adye Douglas Esq., by a large and over- whelming mnjority-a majority amounting as OFrioiALLY declared to 174. The first blow thus struck for the Town of Launceston lins been nobly1 followed up. Cornwall the very stronghold of itinerating imposters,-Cornwall that by prescriptive right as was supposed, should add to the Sower already possessed by the base slan crerers of the Colony has thrown off tho yoke of sanctimonious humbug ...

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LATEST NEWS FEOM THE SEAT OF WAR ARRIVAL OF THE LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

" LATEST NEWS FEOM THE SEAT OF WAR ! ARRIVAL Ofc THE ¡ LIGHTNING. THE City of Hobart arrived last night having spoken'the clipper Lightning, on Wednesday morn- ing going up the Port Phillip (13ay. Captain Bentley, with his usual energy, hailed the vet.se!, and sent h ¡s boat alongside offer- ing to wait a few hours for the mqilfor this colony, but was in- formed that it was quite impossi- ble to comply. Captain Bent- ley however, succeeded in pro- curing three of the latest English papers, one to the 6th January, which he politely handed over to this journal : and for which he is entitled to our best thanks. 1 he absence of intermediate dates will nceestarily prevent our Summary from being as complete as we could desire. Our accompanying Extraordin- ary will give full particulars.

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LAUNCESTON. (From our own Correspondent.) WEDNESDAY, 21ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

LAUNCESTON. (From our own Correspondent.) WEDNESDAY,'' 21ST MARCH. THE people are again triumphant : I yesterday, v\as enabled to Sciid you the official note of the state of the Poll, the only official report, that i cached Hobart Town before that day. At 12 o'clock this day. Mr. Gunn, the Returning Officer, attended at Mulgrave Square for theJ purpose of nominating a Member for the County of Cornwall, in the room of Mr. Glendow, resigned, when Mr. W. A. Gardner was proposed by Mr. J. Towns, and seconded by Mr. J. Thompson, and there being no opposition Mr. Gardner was declared duly elected. Ihe Up- turning OjQicer, then, called for the nomination of an additional member under the Council Extention Act, for the County of Cornwall, when Mr. Adye Douglas M. L. C. carne forward, and, amidst loud applause, proposed Mi. W. L Goodwin, as a fit and piopcr person to icprescnt it, this was sdeon ded by Mr. II. McKenzie. , j Dr. Gaunt presented himself, and apohgizcd for n it proposing Mi. T....

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

jeremy office, Thursday e^ ening. "THK last week has bee^fcomparatively a busy one with the auctioneers, and a con eidevable'amount of property has been brought to the hammer. The same apathy or vant of means, A\hich we noticed a fortnight ago, still prevails with respect lo large properties, which have been bongil! "inr The following account of the sales of one firm, Messrs Worley and Frodsham, will plainly show this :-The barque Faith, _put up on Saturday, bought in at £1650 ; "two cottages at Battery Point, on Monday, bought in at £860; dwelling house in "Davey-street, on Wednesday, £600 oifer ed, bought in at £650 ; Windsor Paik, rthe property of^Mr. Walter Butler, New lTown, bought iii at £2700. The follow 'ing properties were lona fide sold :-Two houses in Liverpool-street, subject to an annuity of 10s. per week, for £400 : nine acres of land and slab house, at Oyster tíCove, for £150 ; suburban allotments, Oatlands, fifteen acres one rood, £50 ; 0 ditto," ditto, three roods, ...

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The [?]obarton Mercury. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

?ï\e Qotovton JWcrcurjt?. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1855 AMONG the questions on which the opinion of candidates for the representation of the city was solicited, was the propriety of restoring the £30 Jurisdiction to the Court of Bequests for this district. Our readers will remember that, by a clause, in the " Common Procedure Act," that juris- diction waa taken away. The measure was introduced by the Attorney-General,, who has displayed no small zeal in reform- ing pur Colonial code ; and, when we take into consideration the .peculiar character arid constituiion of ilio tribunal, now defunct, we think there will be little, if ? anyyt difllculty in coming to the conclusion that the intervention of the Council in proudiug a belter, more cot tain, and inore constitutional method of affording redress for suitors, was not only called for, but necessary. "We are aware that mauy arc laboring under a very strange delusion upon the question ; but, when the matter is rightly viewed and corre...

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

Ü! BLACK BALL LINE OP i AUSTRALIAN PACKETS, PASSAGE ARRANGEMENTS ' ' FROMENGLANDTOVAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rriIE CELEBP.ATED BLACK B\LL - J LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS SÍÍIPS/ REOISTER. CAPTAIN Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning ' - Chanpwn tf the Seas, new.. 2280 Newlands ? ¿r»»i¿ Jean, -new Aberdeen \ 2ûnn M'Carth). ' clipper.J _ Schomberg new. 2300 DuB»«*. ' Mareo Polo. 1C25 M'Dpnnell Ocean Cldef, new . 1250 Tobin. Indian Qucui. 1051 *»».. M Elisabeth Harrison, new .... HOI Jackson. i And other frit-class clipper ships, , i < Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide ." ' Geelong, Melbourne, Syduey, Hobart Town, mid Launceston. The owners ot the abo^e M well-known line of Packet Ships beg to sute . that they have made arrangements by winch parties in this country can engage passages for their friends fiom England, Ireland, - Scotland, and Wales to tnis colouy, by paying ^ the amount of passage-money to the uncler 1 'signed, who grant passage certificates which secure theparty ...

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BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

BOMBAY. We deeply regret to learn of the con- tinued sickness of the Governor, which has been such as to prevent his Lordship's seeing almost any one during the past week, and quite incapacitates him for at- tention of business. In consequence of the death of Lord Frederick Fitzclarence, the immediate command of the Bombay Army devolves   on Major General Sir H. Somerset, who has indeed been named for the office per- manently. Consequent upon Sir Henry Somerset's appointment as Commander of the Forces, the following temporary appointments   have been gazetted. Brigadier N. Wilson K. H., to the Divisional Staff with the rank of Brigadier-General, and Brigadier Trydell to be a first class Brigadier in command of the Dessa Brigade. The Electric Telegraph has at length accomplished what an impatient public have demanded of it-a speedy delivery of Messages. We with great pleasure record the fact of a message, lately sent to Lahore, having reached in fifteen minu...

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

Steam to Melbourne. inhe steam MfTtW OF HO li- ll mi, will leave for Melbourne, on Tondity the 26th of March at twelve o'clock CHARLES TOBY, Manager T.S.N.Co, loth March, 1855. icHMOND, SORELL, AND PITT | WATER. STEAMER ,\* MIMOSA. i E E. C. S, iN. Company^ fine steamer I MIMOSA Ml leave the Franklin Wharf, for the aive places at noon on WEDNESDAY al FRIDAY, the 28th and 30th instant, ni on WEDNESDAY, the 4th April. tobcrt Halstead and John Connel, of Sell, have kindly engaged to render cty assistance to shippers, and when nçssnry, will store all grain and other piiice intended to be forwarded by the Mtosa until the Company's Stores arc «led, j - ' B'JOSEPH BENSON MATHER, 'Manager. HArt Town, '¿1st of 3rd Month, 1855., \ LOST A BROOCH. | WEEN the Mercury Office and Hollins-street. It has a largo pl«m colead stono, set with Irish Diamonds. Whop will bring tho samo to the pfrko of thlnper, will bo handsomely rewarded. Mllr26, 1855. ADDITIONAL LIST Or SUBSCRIPTIONS IO PATRIOTIC FUND. I...

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

'<!£ fijjpîiiiig';î.\fpiirt''; Mirch 21-Pilot schooner, 111 tons, Tinneson, norn Melbourne Pissengors-Mr and Mrs Hill, and four m the stecuge Agent, Lipscombe 1 J 22-Apollo, cutter, Alfred Bee, fiom Melbourne 12th mst, with sundries Agents, Maning Bros 22-Swallow schoorer, Lothwood, fiom Mel- bourne, w ith sundries Cibui-»-Mr Jackson, Air Campbell 22-Harnet Hope, bug, 250 tons, from New cistle, New South Wiles, Uth lustint, VEÍ A1UUHES. Maich 22-Duke of Lancaster, ship, Mijor, for Mirtras 22-Emma Prescott, brig, 1C0 tons, James Stanton, for Melbourne Passengers-Mr Robert Hockford, Mr and Mrs Casheer, Miss Hunger , and twelve m the steerage 22-Zephj r, schooner, 65 tons, Gray, for Mel- bourne Passengers-Mr Jessie Harborough, Mr WHTirth, Peter Chinglaw, and 2 Chinamen in tfie steerage 22-Goldseeker, schooner, 100 tons, Wils >n, for Melbourne Pasitngers-John Eaton, and tiiree in the steerage " 22-Swordfish, schooner, 168 tons1, Roberts, for Newcastle. . IMPORTS AND EXPORT...

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HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

HORTICULTURAL SHOW. ON Wednesday the autumnishow lof the Har- dener's and Amateur'è, Horticqllurnl'Societv took Vince at the New Mrmkct : during,the early part of the day the visitors were few and tar between, but in the afternoon tlid " elite" and lushinn of Hobart Town crowded to the show, and the scene became gay and lively, the Band of the u th Regiment, which was m at- tendance nil day,' adding greatly to the'plea- santness < f the scene -The-show of fruit was excellent, particularly the Apples and Pears exhibited'by Messrs. Allport & Mc Naughton, the foi mer having obtuined a Gold Medal Prize lor the best collection ; some very-fine grapes, til berts, walnuts, und cherries,'from these gentlemen's garden» Were, also, exhibi- ted, and some white grapes, grown in the open air, by Mr. J. Osborne Sundy Buy, were greatly admired: amongst the apples, we may add, were several new varieties promising to be of great value, and one, especially called the new American. ...

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THE ARMT AND THE HURRICANE. (From the Watchman, December 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

THE ARMT AND THE HUR- RICANE. (From the Watchman, December ß.) ' From the Crimea attention lias during 1 the last few days been diverted once more to Vienna, and diplomacy engages some of the interest which has so long been con- centrated upon the war. It is at the same time satisfactory to know that though the siege operations before Sebastopol may have slackened, they have not been sus- pended. The hurricane which burst upon the allied fleet and the tents of our soldiers on the night of the Í3th November, has inflicted great, but not irreparable damage. Represented in its money value, our loss has been estimated nt a million sterling. The country has the generosity to lament this less than the privations which the army must for a time endure, and the in- terruption to the effectual progress of its ' operations, from the wreck of the Prince screvvstenmer, which carried out the winter clothing intended for our troops, stores for the hospitals, and ammunition for the siege. This terr...

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THE VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

THE VICTORIA THEATRE. That a well conducted' Theatre,has a most bene- ficial influence upon the morals of any community where a desiie for the drama exists, cannot admit' of a doubt, more particularly where talent is intro- duced, accompanied by refined taste on the ,part of the management in the selection.of pieces: we aie happy to find that the lessee of .the «Victoria is not deficient in these matters, he caters for the r_i.iio with becoming spirit, m»' »<..?.»-'"r^í" Theatre in sutl..-...«.. .i* iu ensure the i public .iij.iiorl, hence it is that we haven constant succes- sion of novelty, introducing week after week, the most talented artistes in the southern world-artistes who have brought w ith them from the old country reputations and credentials of the highest histrionic order. The Slarkb', O.' K. Mason, 'the Wallers', Miss Goddaid and Mr. Caplc, and all contributed more or less to raise the character of the Drama in this colony. The opening of the present season ...

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

1 r j11 ' t (1 Saleg by Auction. '; ! (| Ne* Norfolk Stock and general Sale, i ¡' Thejust Tuesday io the Month. ' - WORLBV & FRODSHÀM ' DESIRE to announce that they will hold a Stock Sale at New Norfolk, 1 On TUESDAY, the 24th April, 1855, i Which they purpose to continue every alternate month Pttrties interested ar requested to com* muñiente with the Auctioneer,1!. Sorell Stock and General Sale, AT THE BLUE BELLS, The lust Tuesday in the Month, WORLEY&lmODSHAM NOTIFY that they will hold a Stock Sale ( , On TUESDAY, the 27th March, 1855, Which they purpose continuing every alternate month. ! ¡ Parties interested are requested to ! com- municate either with the Auctioneers or Mr. GARD, at Sorell. I '> TUESDAY, the 10th of April. s . WURLEY; &FKODSHAM. Will sell by auction, on TUESDAY, the ,10th April, at 12 o'clock, at the Blue Bells, Sorell, ' n HE FOLLOWING PRIME STOCK JL IfiOD sheep 10 useful horses 20 head of cattle 200 fat wethers , 200 fat ewes a 400 ...

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HOBARTON PRICE CURRENT. A articles not specified in bo[?]d duty paid: All Spirits are in band. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

HOBARTON PRICE CURRENT. Ah articles net specified in boyd "duty paid: All Spirits arc in lorid.,-\ < ? Collected up to last evening at six o'clock. Ales, ^English, per hhd .. 8 0 0 to ,j pludand Coope's... t9 0 Oto Marzcth's, per doz. 0 9 0 to " Dunbar"«1.'... 0 12J0 to Allsops, per ditto . 0t2 0 to Bass, Burton, do. 0 12 0 to Bacon, Colonial,) per lb 0 I 6 to Bags 3 bushel, per dozen 1 0 0 to Bark,T>arrton . 0 0 0 to Bread"pcr 21b loaf _ 0 0 0 to Bricks, per 1000. 4 0 0 to Butchers'meat, beef, pei lb 0 0 6 to Beef, SydneyAaer tier' 3 10 0 to 0 Mutton, pet fl ..... 0.0 5 to u J'ork, ditto. 0 0 10 to Ditto, Irish,per tierce C 10 Ó to Veal, per 11). 0 ' 0 9 to Butter,Fnsh, per lb .... 0 1 Ö to Ditto, poited, ditto.. 0 2 0 to Ditto, Iribh, ditto .. li 1 3 to OMl,es, sperm, pei lb ..' 0 1 0'to, _, "omposition ditto 0 ii 0 to Cheese, v!^]. 0( i 2 to " ". ^"«-sh ditto .... 0 1 7 to Coffee, raw* ",. 0 1 0 to Roailço d d 0<2 o'to .Coal, Por ArtiXB0 Sydney d&...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Poliec Magistrate and Mr. Kilburn. WEDNESDAY, 21ST MARCH, 1855. Selling meat without a license. Thorpe V. Wood. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

-POLICE TIEPORT. 'lle/vrc the'Poliec Magistrate'1 and Mr Kilburn. WEDNESDAY, 21ST MARCH, 1855. ! I ...MU , SeUii>8\me<il without a license. ,,, Thorpe V. Wood. This wns an Information against Air D Wood, butcher, Biitteiy Point, charging him with >scllitig'mcat, namely, ¿tibs of mutton, on the 3rd ot March, without a license; Mr Wood said it was mere neglect ;. scarcely a butcher in town, took out u license on the 1st January. Mr Wilmot observed Unit if the fee wns larger, more attention would be paid to the mutter : the defendant wns fined the lowest penalty ol' £V>. Informations against Messrs Platt and Lee were withdrawn, as they had applied fur a license previous to the laying of the informa' tion, Mr D C Thorpe observing that he had no wishjto pioceed uguinst any but those who actually hud no license. ' < '' Dcset ting a Skip. William Kelly was charged by Captain Woodcock, of the Wanderer, with deserting the vessel on the I ¡"th inVtant, and remai...

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Loral News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 March 1855

Local News MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' ACT.-An import- ant public meeting of a large number of the me- chanics and working classes of Hobart assembled preliminarily on Wednesday evening last, in the saloon adjoining the Union Hotel, for the purpose of organizing and establishing a proper commit the, to prepare and carry out certain resolutions, having for their object the total suppression of the Masters' and Servants' Act, as administered in Van Diemen's Land. The chair was occupied by Mr. Richards, a labouring man, and the meeting - composed chiefly of tile " sons of toil"-was ably addressed, and " the fearful and barbarous clauses of the Act" exposed with much effect by another labouring man, Mr. Hollis. The resolutions pro- posed were all unanimously carried. Five working men, viz.-Burkinshaw, Hollis, Richards, Howard, and James, were elected to act as a committee, with power to add to their number, Mr. Filer, as Secre- tary pro tem., and Mr. Mitson, of the Union Hotel, as Treasurer....

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MAYOR'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. Kilburn.) FRIDAY, 23RD MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 March 1855

MAYOE'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayor, 'and Mr. Kil- burn.) FKIDAV, 23BD MAIICII. There were very few persons summoned for non pay nient of rates, the list of defaulters being nearly exhausted': the'Ciscs were disposed of in the usual -manner. The following informations were disposed of as ."follow: .Fane v. X if T. Austin. , T/his wáfc an information hy the City Inspector, 'ihargiiig the defendants, butchers, of Livcipool-st, with removing, or causing to Le removed on the 9th March, certain Clay, sand, gravel and other material, tised in the formation of the s tracts, form Harring- ton Lane : the information was withdrawn, for the present, in order that a .proper inspection of the lo- cality should he made. Fane v. Lloyd . This was an information, charging the defen- dant, who resides in Mui.ray-strcet, with a bieach of the Bye-Laws, in not keeping his yard clean : the information was withdrawn on the payment of 'costs. , , Fane v. Moody. This Vas a similar information again...

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