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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

/LACK BALL LINE í of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS., PASSAGE ARRANGEMENTS From ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. 1. LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. SUITS. HEC1ISTER. CAPTAIN Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning. Champion of tilt Seas, new.. 2280 Newlands Bonnie Jean, new Aberdeen-» 2000 M<Carthy. clipper.) ' Schomberg new. 2300 Duguid. MatcoPolo. 162.3 M'Donnell Ocean Chief, new . 1250 Tobin. Indian Queei. 1051 Mill. Elizabeth Hart ¡son, new .... HO* Jackson. And other first'class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide iicclong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobui t Town, «n*d Launceston. The owners of the above well-known line of Packet Ships beg to state that they have made an angcinctits by which parties in this country can engage passages for their friends from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to this colony, oy paying the amount of passage-money tu the under- signed, wlm grant passage ceitificatcs which secure the party named therein a Free Passage, including provisions, cooki...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

THE UNDERSIGNED Hub just received the following Articles which, together with the usual ' LARGE STOCK, TJfEY AttE SELLING AT LOW PRICES. PATENT MANILLA WHALE LINE REAL Stockholm pitch and tar Sets of Manyatt's code and books Anchois fi oin SOlbs. to S cwt. Foui, five, six, and seven-inch single and double blocks Binnacle lamps Irish poi k and colonial beef Liverpool salt Raw and boiled oil Turpentine Charts of all parts of the woild Nautical almanacks Oval boilcis, tea kettles and saucepans. CLEBURNE & COLVIN, Fianklin Wharf. ' March 26. a 2 Immigration Office, March 27th, 1855. THE following immigrants of the "Ocean Chief" who have ariived under Blank Bounty Tickets, will be for engagement on board the vessel from ten to two o'clock, to-morrow and following days. Ah officer froin the Immigration Office will attend to register agreements and to aflbrdi assist- ance. Stonemasons ., Bricklayers ,. 1 Joiners .. Bakers ,., Blacksmiths ,, General Farm Servants Carpenters . ., Gar...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. To the 10th of January. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

EUROPEAN SUMMARY. To ño 3-0/7* of January. A great chango has come over tho tem- per of the public mind with respect to the war. The feverish expectation with which dispatches from the Crimea were awaited no longer exists, except, those, who have dear friends," or dearer relations in the army encamped before Sebastopol. Ac- counts of battles fought, of victories won, of a fortress captured are no longer looked for, but we are thankful when we hear that no new disaster has happened to our diminished force, and' that it still holds its ground, although surrounded by vastly superior numbers of the enemy. Delu- sions have vanished, and given place to stern realities. The public are literally astonished at the very strange an curious mode in which the allegations of blundering and incom pelency, both at home and in the Crimea, are made and followed up. They arc so boldly directed, and so unmistakably plain that people cannot comprehend why they lire not immediately rciuted, if refutation...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) MONDAY, 26TH MARCH, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

POLICE REPORT. . (Before the Police -Magistrate.) Monday, 26t« Mauch, 1858. There were about twenty cases only on the charge sheet, about ouu half being for drunk- enness, and its occasional, consequences ; the following are only worth noticing. Drunkenness, &c. - Martin Rourke was charged with being drunk and resisting con- stable M'Kenüie ut O'Brien's Bridge, on Saturday night : this was his second appear« ance for drunkenness, he having been lined £\ on the 19th of Februury ; the resistance consisted in kicking and striking and trying to bite the constable ; he was lined £4, or in defuult one months imprisonment. Margaret O'Neil, by n« means a young woinun, her second offence, pleaded guilty to having one pint of beer hi her own house ; the charge, however, was proved, and she was lined £2, or in default sentenced to one months imprisonment. Charge of Stealing Wood.--John Frederick Dight was charged by a person named'William Wilcox" Reid, with stealing a piece of fire- wo...

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MEMORANDA ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE WAR. (Selected from piivate and published letters.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

MEMORANDA ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE WAR. (Scloctod from piivate and published letters.) Camp of the Besiegers.-I took a tour through the batterie» a few days ago, and went ' along " The Valley of Death," so called from the terrible fire that plunged into it from the Russian guns at the opening of the siege opera- tions. At that time it was almost certain death to any one who ventured to puss through it. The whole country, for miles around, in the rear of the Diamond, the Greenhill,.and Wasp batteries, is filled with shot-some of enorm- ous sue, to an extent that bartle description. If one could bring himself to.imagiuo a hail- storm of cannon balls, he might then only properly picture to himself the manner in which) those messengers of death now lie strewn over the surface of the land. In all the valleys and ravines, and in every spot where a slope existed to allow of the " pocket- ing" of the bulls, they exist in piles. The whole country appears as if the contents of. Woolwich Arsenal ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

APARTMENTS for Single Gentlemon, or Invalids, with or without Board. Apply No 4 ftilc Terrace. , WANTED, a MAN and his WÏFE tiro matt must bo nn experienced Couchman, and the woman a fine Laun- dress. ' To those suitable a-liberal salary will be given, and a cottage on the estate to live in. Apply to Messrs. H.' Moses & Co., Murray-street* March 13, 185S> WANTED. ABESPECTABLE FEMALE Servant ia a small Family. She must un t' erstand washing, mid be capable of doing general household duties. Terms liberal. Apply at the Salutation Inn, liverpool Btreet. 'IO TAILORS. WW. WHITE has just received* , ex William Brown, a well select- ed stock of Black Cloths, Doeskins, and Cashmeres ; also a very superier lot of co- loured Doeskin, Tweeds, &c, which he is anxious to clear out as soon as possible, for want of room, and is therefore offering them considerably tinder the usual prices. Counti y Orders Faithfully Executed. Bee Hive Linen $ Woollen Drapery Warehouse. PATRIOTIC ...

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COMPLIMENTARY LETTER. March 24th, 1855, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

COMPLIMENTARY LETTER.   March 24th, 1855. DEAR SIR, - The passengers of the Ocean Chief, from Liverpool to Hobart Town, take the liberty of   addressing you a few lines. While they cannot help admiring the able zea- lous and indefatigable manner in which you have discharged your numerous duties, they have to thank you for the very courteous and gentlemanly manner in which you have conducted yourself to- wards them, treating them, with the utmost kindness and consideration, and taking the greatest interest in their welfare. They beg to assure you, that you have succeeded in gaining the esteem and respect of all on Board. In bidding you farewell, they heartily wish you every success, long life, and speedy promotion. In the name of the following passengers. (Signed): Thomas Henderson       David Jamieson   W. R. Johnson     James Phimeseter Forrest S. Barns Robert Kirkwood Mr. A. Hun...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 29 March 1855

&of#l iletoís SUSPESNION OF THE BOUNTY SYSTEM-A notice appears in yesterday's Gazette, from Mr. Loch, the Imniigiation Agent, to the eil'cct that in consequence of a necessity for certain altera- tions in the Bounty System, the issue of Bounty Tickets will be suspended fox a time. Earliest Intelligence ! - The Advertiser of yesterday contains the niavcllous announcement of the continuation of Mr Fleming's appointment; to the Chief Justiceship of the Supreme Courtrai! nanpuncemoiit which appeared in this journal moro than five \joeks ago, and which was copied by our contemporaries genelajly, at the lime without any acknowledgment. Morven Election.-The electors of Morvcu have brought forward Mr ,Tones, the chartist, to contest the election with Mr Wedge ; the nomina- tion took place yesterday. A Claiuvoyavv Constable.-At the police office yesterday, in a publican's case, Constable Pike happened to be the second witness. Wliilo the first witness (Dorset) was being examined, Mr....

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

VICTORIA. Our Launceston correspondent, with his usual despatch, has put us ¡u possession of Melbourne journals to the üo'th instant. The arrival of the Lightning and Red Jacket had given a slight impetus to trade, but generally com- mercial matters were not considered in a flourish- ? ing state. ? . The state trials had terminated in each case by a .verdict in favour of the accused-notwithanding the extraordinary cirorts made hy the Crown to ob- tain a solitary conviction. . On Priday evening, while Mr. Justice Barry was summing up against two 'prisoners as strongly a* any judicial charge could be, a thunder-storm took place, whereupon the judge (ta quote the re- port of a contemporary) " paused in his address, and refeircd to the circumstance as a manifesta, tion of the power of Hen von, and as a warning to the jury that flic eye of Heaven was upon their deliberations, and upon tho verdict iu the case be- fore them."' A more gros« outrage upon ficpency, to intimidate a jury, was ....

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. Per Mary Ann, from -Port Albert-46 head of cattle, W. A. Guesdon. Per Crcole.from Melbourne-24 kgs'nails, 6 csks whiting, Horwitz ; 4 ess drapery, Harcourt & Co. ¡ 1 es glass, Dr. Crooke : 1 cs papers, Hough ; 4 ess ironmongery, Stevenson & Sons : ö csks S ess 2 hillls ditto, 3 kgs. nails, 4 doz shovels, W. Ivcy & Co ; 5 ess drapery, 5 bgs brushes, Hollywell ; 2 ess biscuits, Lewis ; 5 csks beef, Griggs ; 3 doz forks, 1 cs drapery, 10 csks pitch, Armstrong; 1 cs books Officer administering Government ; 2 ess wearing apparel, J bedstead, 1 table, 1 fender, C Moore ; 6._ ess slops, 3 trunks boots, 5 bis corks, 3 candle moulds, 5 stoves, 5 grates, 9 ess berringa, Barnett EXPORTS. Per Helen S. Page, for Port Albert-Bale cotton, 4 baskets drapery-M'Nish. Box soap, package soda, ease starch, 2 packages sundi ies, G cart boxes -W. A..Guesdon. Per Mary Ann, for Port Albert-3 -half-chests, 1 bag rice - Stone. Cask vinegar, 2 cases oil, 8 bxs. appl...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. We believe that the Great Britain is taken1 up by Government, and will be fitted up'to receive1 troops on her arrival from Melbourne, which is ex- pected to take place about the end .of this month. The whole of the large sciew boats belonging to the South American and General Steam Naviga- tion Company are chaitered-Albion.,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

DIED. ¦ On the 26th instant, at his residence in Liverpool-street, in the 73rd year of his age, after a lingering and painful   illness, which he bore with exemplary fortitude and chris-     tian resignation, ROBERT MATHER, for many years princi-   pal in the firm of Robert Mather and Son, and one of the oldest residents in this city. His remains will be interred in the burial ground of the Society of Friends, on the 30th       instant, the procession to leave the house, head of Liver-   pool-street, at ten o'clock a.m. precisely.

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EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

EUROPEAN. We continue oar Summary from the 'latest English journals feel iii g assured, that our readers prefeir, to the Local topics of no interest except, to those concerned. The field dress of tlvc British officer is in future to be little, it anything, distinguishable from, that of the priyatc ; epaulettes ate to be discarded: The total number ef volunteers from the militia to the line already exceeds 7,000. ¡ Magnetic iron is stated to have been discovered in large quantities" along the coast of ,Lake Superior. The Sunday Times has changed hands. ' Louis Kossuth has been engaged as a weekly contributor. We leam from Madrid that the Spanish Govern, ment has not accepted the preposition made by the English'ambassador to proclaim the slave trade piracy, but it has given orders for the strict execution of the convention already existing with England on that subject. A party of rich gentlemen have arrived at Jer- usalem with the purpose of commencing a colony in Jericho. There aro m...

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HOBARTON PRICE CURRENT. A[?] articles not specified in bond duty paid. All Spirits are in bond. Corrected up to last evening at six o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

H013ART0N PllICE CURRENT. AU articles not specified in bond duty paid. AU Spirits are in bond. .Corrected up to last evening at six o'clock. £ s. d Ales, English, per Mid .. 8 0 0 to IO 10 0 Indand Coope's.. 9 0 Oto 9 10 0 Marzetti's, per doz. 0 9 0 to 0 10 0 Dunbar's. 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 Allsops, per ditto . 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 Bass, Burton, do. 0 12 0 to 0 0 0 Bacon, Colonial, per lb 0 1 C to 0 1 8 Bags. 3 bushel, per dozen 1 0 0 to 1 1 6 Bark, par ton . 0 0 Oto (! 0 0 Bread, per 21b. loaf .... 0 0 8 to 0 0 0 Blicks, per 1000. 4 0 0 to 5 0 0 Butchers'meat, beef, per lb 0 0 6 to 0 0 7 Beef, Sydney, per.tier 3 10 0 to 4 0 0 Mutton, per lb .... 0 ' 0 5 to 0 0 6 Pork, ditto. 0 0 10 to 0 1 0 Ditto, Irish,per tierce 0 10 0 to 7 0 0 Veal, per lb. 0 0 9 to 0 1 0 Butter.Fresh, per lb .... 0 1 Oto 0 1 7 Ditto, potted, ditto.. 0 2 0 to 0 2 3 Ditto, Ii ihh, ditto .. 0 1 3 to 0 1 6 Candles, sperm, per lb .. 0 1 0 to 0 1 9 Composition ditto 0 1 0 to 0 1 6 Cheese, Colonial. 0 1 2 to 0 1 0 English ditto ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

Shipping Report. March 20 - Schooner Creole, 14t tons, A. Griggs, from Melbourne, March 22nd, with sundries;     passsengers - Messrs. Armstrong & Dean. Steerage Thomas & Ellen Fay, Win Seymour, J. Holyland, Robert & Mary Olmes, Margaret Brown, Thomas Fay, & Jeremiah Norton.     - 29 - Brig Dart, 134 tons, H. Sansan, fiom Geelong, 22nd inst., with sundries; passengers Cabin, Mr. & Mrs. Gardner, & 2 steerage. - 29 - Schooner Eclipse, 100 tons, White, from Port Albert, 23rd instant; passengers - Cabin, Mr. W. Robinson, Mr. J. Robinson, Mr. F. Robinson, & one steerage. DEPARTURES. March 28 - Brig Jane, 179 tons, Dawl, for Melbourne; passengers - Mr. & Mrs. Bentley, & Mr Cumstock. -26 - Barque Helen S. Page, 226 tons. Spring, for Port Albert; passengers - Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. Bowtell. Steerage - Mrs. Kelly, George Turner, Elizabeth Turner, & Joseph Hadley....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

LACK BALL LINE OP ^AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. PASSAOE ARRANGEMENTS From ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'S I. AND. rpHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL , J. LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. ships. register, captain Oliver Lang, new. 1275 Manning. Champion of the Seat, new.. 2286 Newlands Bonnie Jean, new Aberdeen > 2000 M«Carthy. clipper./ ' Schomberg new. 2300 Duguid. Marco Polo. 10*25 M'Donnell Ocean Chief, new. 1250 Tobin. Indian Queen. 10Ó1 Mill. ElizabethHarrUon, new .... HOI Jackson. And other first-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town, mid Launceston. The owners ot the above well-known line of Packet Ships bec 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 tuis colony, Hy paying the amount of passage-money tu the under, j signed, who grant passage certificates which ?secure the party numed therein a Free Passage, including pro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

PATRIOTIC FUND. AMOUNT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS ni)cady advertised ...£4000 16 6 Captain Sherbard, ship Pacific. 1 0 James McGoughan, Frederick st 0 10 Miss Bradford, Sunnyside. Master Chapman, ditto. Master A K Chapman, dito.'... Muster G- S Chapman, ditto.... Miss Chapman, ... ' ' ., A Galloway, ditto Edwin Hall, ditto . 1 homns Knight, ditto ¡ ... M, Catherine Conner, ditto H. Ward, ditto H Jones, ditto, ... .. > ... F Brewer, ditto ,. .. William Rea, ditto .. ' 0 0 O' s 5 * 0 0 10 5 2 2 6 5 Per the Surveyor General from his department, £42 16s 0d viz : The Surveyor General James L Burnett Frederick II Lovett ... J A Morrison ... Frederick Hudson M C Piguenet A Randall ... .? F S Edgar F B Henslowe , » . J Matthicon .. ,, Edward Boothman J. " ' . John TOHal . HE Smith . 1 .. S Spuiling .. ¡ James Henry Wood ( . George Fowler, office keeper, & John McCauley, messenger have each subscribed £1 IsOd ns members of the Odd Fel- lows Society. 0 3 2 2 1 , 1 1 1 10 8 1 1 1 1 1 Per Mr W...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WEDNESDAY, 28th MARCH, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) . Wednesday, 28th Marou, 1855. John Risby was charged by Mr Heliltle white with absenting himself without leave Mr. Hebblewhito btutctl that the mun was a very good servant, but had lately set liiin at defiance, ami gone out when he pleased. Mr. Wilmot told the défendant that'he had no business to absent himself for any time without permission. ,At the request of Mr. Hebblcwhite, the de- fendant was not punished, but returned to his service with a reprimand, on the under- standing, Iiowever, tliut if he caine before the Police Magistrate again, he would be pun- ished. The defendant expressed his contrition, and promised not lo offend again. Thomas v. Wilson.-This was a claim against Mr. B. O'N. Wilson, for £2 Os. 6d.f which the complainant, William Thomas, alleged was due for wages as a labouier. Mr Wilson denied the claim altogether. The complainant stated that he engaged, with Mr. Wilson on the "9th of the month, with three others, to...

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THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. A WALK TO INKERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. !'a walk'to The special correspondent of the Morning Post arranged on the 12th ult., to take a walk to the bat- i teries and advanced pickett of Inkerman, and he was Well rewarded for hi« trouble. They pushed on1 ' to the French.battery, which' lie« directly opposite ' the Inkermann lighthouse. From ih:« »pot, the j eastern end of the harbour, the Tchernaya river, and a part of the valley through which it runs, came in view. Onevnaii-of-war steamer, a steam-tug, and a few small boat» were the sole occupants of the water ; but above, on the Und, were thousands ot j Russians constructing works of a sev?rc character. In front of the lighthouse were three gun» ; about 150 yards above it, a new battery had lately been made, mounting abuut twelve ;, and beyond that again, there was a very strong earthwork in prepa- ration, at which at least 2,000 Russians were engaged '. From the steamer, and lighthouse .battery," say» the writer, "shot and »hell are constantly be...

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Commercial Intelligence. Thursday Evening, six p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 March 1855

©emmmtal tntcUireuec* Thursday Evening, six p.m. We have bi.t little to report in the alteration of our maikets: wheat has advanced'"» trifle anda large pul chaser paid to-dny 15s 9d per bushel for a V'ty good san,pie; potatoes arc also on the advance 12/ per ton being now readily obtained for a good aitiele. The exportation of fiuitto the neighbour- ing colonies continues to be carried on to a large extent. Tn the stack market some animation has been exhibited, and at a large sale at Green Ponds on Wednesday, by Messrs Brent and Westbrook, good prices were realised, as the following re- sult will show :-lambs from 7s to 15s ; ewes 6s to 8s -Gi: wethers 16s to 21s öd; bullocks for the butcher 51 to 15/ per head ; wotking bullocks per pair from 11/to 33/ according to quality. Horses uubioken, averaged £\ I each : the bidding was spirited and the compction good. In respect to British goods, the supply is abundant, but the demand is far below the lequisite consumption; ?evety vsssel, o...

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