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FRANKLIN PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

FRANKLIN PATRIOTIC FUND. A public meeting in aid of the Patriotic Fund was held pursuant to advertisement, at the Franklin Hotel, Franklin, on the evening of the 2nd instant., Besides the inhabitants of the district thci c were some visitors from Hobait Town, and it was pleasing to notice the same spirit to advance the cause which so universally pervades the ' British dominions, demonstrated itself at this meeting: many whose business pre- vented their attendance placed their names on the subscription lists by proxy. The Assistant Police Magistrate, E. A. Walpole, Esq., was unanimously voted to the chair, and the meeting was opened in a plain and comprehensive address : he said, lie thought there was no more necessity for him to explain the object of this meeting, than to beg for subscriptions, such a gene- ral and lively interest had evinced itself throughout every British colony as well as over our parent land, that the temi ** Patriotic Fund," was as familiar and its motive as we...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

& omine veía I ïntcUtncnce* SYDNEY, MABCII 31. We have already stated, that tenders fiom persons desirous to advance a portion of the sum advertised by the Executive Gi.verment, vix., £350,000 for transferable and reinittable railway debentures,were received and opened on Monday last by the appoin- ted Board, but that the decision of the Executive in respect to this important matter could not be made public for come short time. We now under- stand, hat the tenders in the shape of railway stock, under the conditions published by the Government have been all accepted, at from 95 to 0(5. The cash lenders, which ranged, we believe, from 90 9i, have -been declined. The Mills.-Messrs. Barker .& Co. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, little or no Wheat lias arrived to market by the roads since last report, whilst the prevalence of Southerly winds has exclu- ded the usual coastwise supply. Prices have in con .cquenoe advanced, good samples being worth 15s to 15s öd per ...

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GENERAL POST OFICE, 9th April, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

GENERAL POST OFICE, 9th April, 1855. Bair mails will be' closed at this office as under : For Mauritius arid'Cape of Goc'd Hope, per faith, ot Friday next at noon. F. C. Smith, P. M.Gen.

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Chief Police Magistrate.) SATURDAY, 7TH APRIL 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before the Chief Police Magistrate.) Saturday, "fm Apiul 1855. Suspicious Chai tit tei 8. - Thomas Powell und John Pearce, two men somewhat advanced in yeais, wei e charged by Constable M'lvor, under the \ »grant law, ns idle und disorderly persons, and with wandering about the Sew Wharf for some unlawful purpose. M'lvor stated (hut hu baw the détendants \erv care- fully cxnmii ingsome mineable* on the Wharf,, und «iftei wauls go to the gute of the A tue neun Conbul and try the gate ; on asking them «li.it they were'.doing, l'eut ce snid he was look- ing for a three penny piece which he dropped ¡ M'lvor said they were both petty thieves, and had no beltled place of residente. Pearce told Al'I vor he was a peijured villain,-so he wus: fitness hud known Powell in ninny parta of the colony-, und us nothing better than a common thief ; they were both sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labour. To the Rescue!-Gooree Price was charged with asbaulling constable ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

1» ' WINTER GOODS. SLY AND ItISBY lieg to inform the public that they are unpacking alargo assortment of NEW GOODS, Of a very superior description, width will he sold at n small profit. Also, M iut?r Woollens and Trimmings in great vniiety. Wanted a i espectable youth of 14 or 10 years old. London Mart Drapery Establishment. Liverpool-street, March 26. i .QEEDS, SEEDS.-New Tares, Grass Jj Seeds of all kinds, Garden Seeds, and Twenty-seven varieties of Peas, Turnip Seeds for the Autumn growing, Onion Seed Red and White Clover, Trefoil, live-Grass, Italian Grass. R. Dnimy, Seed Merchant, Liverpool-stiect. TO LET, THAT ^old established, well known public House, situated in the best thoroughfare in Hobart Town, the Ordn- ance Arms :"for further particulars, npply to Mtu Thomas, on the premises, Liver- pool-street. SERVANT'S REGISTRY OFFICE. 5H OOD Servants of «very class may meet \X with places by entering their names at, Mr. DnuRY's Office .Liverpool-street, opposite Murray and Purkiss...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

Notice, No. 7. Hobart Town Immigration Society's Office. THE Home Ageïit hns notified the pros- pective dispatch of another vessel with selected 'Bounty Emigrants,; mid rélatÍTes¿ '" in all February,!' of the same character and qualifications as. those by/the ".Ocean.1 Chief." ,.'" Horace'RowckDFt, Secretary. ,. 30th March, 1855. ''* PATRIOTIC WAR FUND; A LREADY ACKNOWLEDGED":-^ ,J± £ s. d. To 5th Apr,il ..,. .?..'. "'-^.-56,7a. :,9: 0, Captain A Haig and Faroiiy,,' 6|*ü' ;;«.', Mrs;Chas Cullpy ',.; .>..;.<? -fj4'lf.i '?"!'^\.;À '???? (I'.'1 '! .. ' I-.'.'. :,?'? ?:'líl1./Rl!Í!l.fi:.' Per Mr Carter mid. Mr. Wm ,,".>:-,«;, >.-.J,^, Rout ?'???:.'. ?.'..'. ' *7.4. iit.-.-.-"í-vv-:'vr»;-í. viz- .. -^>!iy?''fi.,1,{t:'*??> II O Best:'"' ... fl""° :/;.--'; '^HO^-fl^tT II Dickenson -.;v. . -.t;: -3-3 -0 James Dunn Z-iKJir.VYiWifi0 0 0 JJ Hutchison. .,. ' ...r ..... .'I O 0 Williams Wd Main *-:.;.*. ¿Í*TL^ü^O C Abbott ,...,;(.!(»í..:5ViAo-'.¡/;5 °-° Jacob Christ...

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PATRIOTIC FUND MEETING AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

PATRIOTIC FUND MEETING at LAUNCESTON. A public meeting was held on Tuesday evening last, at the Cornwall. Assembly Rooms, in aid of the Patriotic Fund for the relief of tho widows and orphans of our soldiei s who taiay fall iii the present war : the attendance was not so mimerons ns might have becu been expected, and the Mayor was voted to the chair. The following resolutions were passed : 1. That this meeting of the inhabitants of Laun- ceston debites to respond most loyally to the Royal Commission issued by her most Gracious Majesty, for the establishment of a Patriotic Fund. 2. That the devoted bravery of our Army and Navy, beloie Sebastopol, and the valiant co-opera- tion and cordial assistance of our gallant allies, ha\e called forth the warmest admiration and deep- est aympjthy of the colonists of Tasmania, and of this meeting in particular. ' 3. That though » lemote colony of the Great British Empire, we feel bound to offei our kindred sympathy io out mother couutiy, in the m...

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The [?] [?] MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

?i\e hobart ou i&erturj.n MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1S55. Tan colonists having for years looked to government for the carrying on the andDerfecting of the various public works -the construction of roads and bridges the opening up of the country-and afford- ing certain facilities to the inland settler of bringing to market the produce of his farm-seem, now that we have lost our supply of labor, and the amount of expen- diture consequent thereupon, to take matters exceedingly easy. The Cross and Bye Hoads Act appears in several districts to be numbered with tho things that were. Faction insolent and intolerant stood in the way, and obstructed the path of public improvement. The aid, ability, skill, and judgment, which Sir "William Deni- son brought to bear in directing and for- warding works of public utility, were marred in their onward march and pro- gress by a most destructive opposition shameful, dishonest and pernicious and so unscrupulous in the use of its means as to dep...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

LACK BALL LINE OF, AUSTRALIAN PACKETS.^ pAssÀdr, Arrangements t?noM ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'« LAND. milB CELEBRATED BLACK BALL I LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. SHIPS. ; REGISTER. CAPTAIN Oliver Lang, new j.i.. 1273, Manning. Champion of the Seas, new.: 2280 Newlands Bonnie Jean, new, Aberdeen"» 200û M«¿arth_ clipper.I.J Schomberg, new.». 2300 Duguid. Marco Polo. 1623 M'Dpnueli Elizabeth Harrison, new »til 1404 Jackson. Ana other first-class clipper ships, , Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town> nnd 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 ¿an engage passages tor their friends from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to tnis colony, l>y paying the amount of passage-money tu the under- signed, who grant pussage certifie1 ates which secure the party named therein a Free Passage, including provisions, cooking, medicine, and medical ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 April 1855

»ij.pf.ttg iixcjiuri April 7 il»-Brig Alfonza, Riddle, from Mauritius Passengers Mr and Mm Lee and two children. Same day, barque Pet, from Mauritius, 22nd of February. April 8th - Schooner Picard, Johnstone, fiom Melbourne 4th instant. Passengers, Mrs Adams, Mrs Downing, Mr nnd Mrs Loughnan, two Misses and two Masters Loughnan, Mrs Freeman, three in the steerage, DEPASTURES. April 5-Schooner, Thane of Fife, 133 tons, M'Kcnzie, for Melbourne. -?--Schooner Gem, 121 tons, Baker, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mrs. and Miss Risby, Misses Edwards, and 1 steerage. < April 7.-Schooner, Free Trader, 149, J. Thom, for Port Albert. Passengers-Cabin, Mrs. Green, Mis. Warren, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Foster, Mr. Holt, Mr. Warren. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. IMPORTS. Per Bnlmaral-140 tons Newcastle coal. Order. Per Victoria.-79 pieces squared timber, 236 round richer», 23j ton firewood, 1 ton onions, 2 tons potatoes, Maning Bios. EXPORTS. Per Thane of Fife for Melbourne-22,224 feet of timber, 370 post...

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The [?] [?] WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1855 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

Site Bröftttoit f&tttuvp* WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL li, 1855 We titi» day come to the consideration of a «¿jitter most momentous, as regards .the questions involved. The subject is one that effects not only the character of our Legislative Asaemby, but the ¡inter- ests of all ranks, grades, and classes in the community. The Advertiser of Saturday last, contains a lottcr signed "An Elector of the City," in which a charge is mode in reference ,to our New Constitution Bill, and the pension-list thereto attached; viz., that its passing originated "in a most unjust compact entered into by our representatives with the government officials." Before we enter upon this part of our task, we moy here observe that the arrival of our present governor was hailed with becoming respect. The interest and anx- iety devoted to the departure of his pre-' decessor, by whose enlarged experience the colony so greatly profited ; and who during his lengthened administration go- verned, not for class ...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before the Chief Police Magistrate.) MONDAY, 9TH APRIL 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

.POLICE REPORT. ' (Se/ore the Chief Police Magistrate.) < Monday,-9th Atril 1855. , There were twenty-two cases on the charge sheet, which'' were disposed of in the usual manner; and with considerable expedition there were no informations for trial, nor any remand cases. An Unruly Member-Elizabeth Morgan was charged with using bad language to her husband, and the landlady of the Good Woman in Argyle-street, whomf she ¿ailed very vile names, while she very cordially cursed her hus- band. ' The poor old woman said, «he went after her husband, uno had been on the spree for a Fortnight, and had left her no money ; she only asked him to come home to dinner she was fined 5i» and, in default, "s¿nt to the Fac- tory for two days. Vagrancy -Peter Tasker, a Wretched look- ing old mandai* charged by constable Dorset, with being an idle and disorderly person under the vagrant law : the old man stated, that he had no means of subsistence lie was sent to the Penitentiary, with a view t...

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THE POTATOE DIS[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

THE POTATOE DI8ÈR5ÏT The disease which has affected the po- tato« has gained such ground -this year as to have created the earnest 'attention, if not the alarm of the community ";' it first occurred, we believe, about three years ago, when its ravages were comparatively cir- cumscribed, now, however, the disease has spread so widely, that, the public mind has become so excited, tbat/every information on the Bubject will be gladly received. The best information which has yet been given is contained in a paper ,J On the Po ta'toe Grub of Tasmania, by Captain Ber- thon, H. E. I. C. S. ;" read before a meet- ing of our Royal Society on the 14th of March last. This gentleman resides at New Town, a locality peculiarly favourable to the grub, and appears to have paid great attention.to the subject, as far as the Jiatural history and habits of the1 noxious a?t!I""""T,J'vnreconc©med. He concurs with others, thal tn^u ^ Worm ifJ the larva of a small moth, and tWu wa, lmported hence from New Z...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

WHEELER'S SHEEP WASH, for curing the Scab in Sheep and Lambs and cleansing the-Skin -of Heises, Cows, Pigs, and Dogs ¿ , ¡ , , This invaluable composition, which has now stood the test of 12 years in this Colony,'can now be had only fro»* tne undersigned, at the Importe«*" old prices, viz l8 per gallon, casks found or charged. It is the most economical, safe, and effi caciousiromcity kuown. ¡ The Advcrtiscer need only give reference to the great" Tasmanian Estcihaxy" and Askin Morrison, Esq. Apply to < ti Isaac Wright, New Wharf. 1 March 10. - PUBLIC POUND, "SPRING HILL IMPOUNDED "at the Public Pound, Spiing HiU,Montacute,by Hem y Smith, Esq., of Rathmore, on the 20th Mareil, 18$5. , ,r , One^hesnnt Mare white streak on the forehead, neal hind foot white, swish tail. Damages claimed £d,-fees, food; and water Is 6d per day. , , i 1 If the above animal he not claimed and lcdccraed within tho time allowed- by law it will ¡hu bold bj me at the said pound, on Wednesday, the 18...

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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

«oral fleto* ACareles» SEnvMïJT,-On Sunda* morning the chimney of Mr. Story's house, in Bluabeth strcct, caught fire, thiough the carcleasacss (or somethingworse) of the servant, it appeared that the foolraf) man, after he had fried down some meat for broakfast, threw the fat into the fire,, which cauKedthe instant ignition of the soot in the chim- ney, and« large volume of smoke was blown over the houses towards the river. An alarm being given, Mr. Hcdbcig was quickly in attendance, and the fire was extinguished without much diffi- culty : had the shingles caught fire,it is difficult to conjecture what ainosmt of mischief might have oc cuired, with so high a wind, and so close a mass of buildings in the locality. The Nsw Commission.-The sweeping reform exercised by Sir H. Young in remodelling the new Commission of the Peace, as mentioned in our last, has «fforded general satifaotion, and the reasons assigned by us for the exclusion of the clergy and the officials has met with gener...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

I WINTER GOODS. MESSR8. COOK AND WHITE beg to apprise their friends" ead the pub- lic that they «re now unpacking a large assortment of | NEW AND FASHIONABLE WINTER GOODS» " Suitable for the approaching - season. Messi s. Cook and White would particularly call attention to their splendid Stock of Rich Paisley *carf, and Square Shawls, Tweed, and Wool ditto, Velvet Satin, and Cloth lined Mantles, Velvet and Straw Bonnets, Puis in great variety, Dresses in French Merino, French Twills, Rich Cashmere, Gondola Checks, Bayadens, and a variety of new kinds ; Black Satins, Satinettes, and Silks, rich brocaded Silks, Freneh Stays, blond Caps and Btides Flowers, Velvets, Ribbons, Gloves, 8«. N.B.-To compete with the times, the Proprie toi s have determined to sell at the smallest îcmunerativc profit, to ensure a quick sale, and make room for further -arrivals. To mabie thora, at the commencement i>f each season, to offer ian entirely new 'Stock of Fancy Goods, they have deter- mined at th...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

yiCTÖBUJf i W* have file» c/Mdbwinie Journals toSatiuv Iii*.y last, ihe * Herald',** tkejih say'***, ; Late i Catfish < New» mayhew be, fkauriy expected. To-day makes the 85th «lay aleee ' we received (the last Buglith'news i the (wean I Chief then briu/rinjr ueyvspiper* doe« le? the I 1 Oth January Inclvite. " J< >'* The publication of the Quarters Revenas te» the 31st March, with the uajial comparative statement between the tonesfKHidlne; WsVtf r 1854, shew« an apparent increase for the yeafj on4>oth head«, « nafenue collectively, to the amount of £5k%40&,-a very lame and, inipo- ; tent result, considering 'the greet merease ot ; population iiiat has occurred during the Id"* 13Svte|It isMtobeetd tbatjww Custom|& * thêlS^m^iWMr^Mpbnt Wreev Mareli^^SSS^M^NrV^ with, «uv twelve month's ,»dod,on ilrHB date in,l85*l;-ne Mstodü&Cmjm duüeton-apiriitt aud_ tobacco hav«iíéeVea4ed " un<,e|f»i- '*" sitóte.., *&Um#m ! £«20,...

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To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

To the Editor of the Mercury. Sin,--A.wctk of trial had ngoin brought round the much talked of-too much quoted -but vsudlv mii-'CillBd-,f poor man's sab- bath," 01 ed a day of rest and domestic enjoy- ment to the horny-handed working men ofTas mania, but now u day of pains.and jpenalties spying1 and informing-persecution afod, op Îiressinn-on which the satellites of class egislation hunt down" their victims for'the' next unto-da-fae of well bled publicans" and sinners. It was ten o'clock the preceding' evening before I received my 'weekly .wage consequently the next day's beer' was unpro- vided, as I am one of these unfortunates who litet ally illustrate the old adage, and ',' live from hand to mouth." My wife volunteered to go and' endeavour to propitiate a friendly boni- face,-buj. I could not entertain the idea of plnring nny mun in jeoptmly, on no npymrentiy trifling an account. Net» day the baked shoul- der did not relish so well without, ils nccusto mary concomitant-the jug of...

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EUROPEAN. From our January files [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

EUROPEAN., From our January files i Tlie Prussian^ Mininer at W»*i h« <f dered telegraphic wires to be lnid,^fl t» oq*DÉCt »41 the principal fortres^* *v"\l Berlin : also the military station' ,8»t*8tett ulong the coast. / Vl'he Austrian «uthori^es have, ordered tAut iufutuie (he'German Uncage shall be used in «11 -jMotefidfoeft I»«*0*6 the tn* burnda'of Hungary, J 1 Vas$ quantities, ff ferriage MV» J»*11" ti* been taken 00 the Devonshire; coast. In ftreo'days the flahompen of *<f'cross, ! 400,000 We taft» at ope has*. ; ^ AyoüñT^énHanati of Louhville lia» leen.tendered a,/colonel's commission in the RussUA«rm¿ a**», » «*f ?*». JJ WÜ1 leave aboflTthe Wjh&^/l¡J? company withitw^l otlW K<eotpckMB'' From a wturo published by (»^ . ^omlW'ogeiJP^ WW/« &pen,¿~ was of July andburiea at i/;e ^Trffc. !7^5ioo tnWT»h©«P» there were ^^^WarÄ!* wounded P1Í0 costP'**If»? t# tll° municipality. Professor Zahn, wfio has pissed not fewer than 15 years i...

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Commercial [?] LAUNCESTON, [?] 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 April 1855

Commercial ínteUt>cnre* LAUXCESTOM, Ar,«,'7. -Tub deliveries of grain during tt« week Has been 'very Urge, and prices generally hi»e ^¡Ten way. Wheat has been sold in quantitiet-*ia 63 for the lbcst; Inferior, tipped, hu b««n sold as low as 10 6à toi Is. Oats are not in such request %« (hey were, -and sales are being made at from ... 3iv»p 9s ac- cording to quality. Fine flour e»« I» bou¿t . at £36. Seconds, there is n» demand for. Ha«, both Eagliih and "-V «"quite nominal. Pressed Hay- '."of«? ton. .-- 'ProvUhns.-Dairy produce, retail prices.-Fresh Butter, 3s 8d to 3s ; Colonial potted do, Ss 6d to .-3s lOd ; Irish do, 2s 6d ¡ Colonial cheese, 2s ; En ¡glish do, Is 6d to 2s; American do,unless of supe- rior quality.-Cornwall Chronicle. VICTORIA, APRIL (¡TH. Melbourne, Friday. This da y being a close holiday, we have no quo -tations or transactions. * A magnificent quartz specimen,,- weighing 240 .ounces, of which about 170 ounces ia pur« gold, reached Mr; Khull on Thursday from ...

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