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Local news [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

«oral ¿teto* Lu.s us Natuiid.-A Mrs. Hill, of Canning, street, was delivered of a still-born child, on Thurs- day last, which had clçvcn teeth cut at the lime six in the under, and live in the upper jaw.-C. Chronicle Lakh Sai k.-A large sale of Government Land took place on Wednesday 'it the Court of Requests, Mr. Burnett Jan., officiating as Auctioneer : there were a gr«at variety of lots, and many of very small dimensions, which, however, found ready buyers amongst a large attendance of bidders, intcicstcd in the respective localities: the competition, however, was not spirited, although veiy lair piices were realised : the sum total of the sale amounted to ¿'2,078 8s 3d. " > Tut. Cihcus.-Burton's troupe is en route front Launceston, and may be daily expected, the Circus will be opined in a lew days with » variety of per * lormanoes, hitherto unriv*Uiâ in the colony. Siior Limito.-Mary'Ann Speckman was taken into custody on Tuesday, by constable Bailey, charged with stealing, f...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. (From the correspondent of the Constitutionnel) Behind Sebastopol, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

THE AltMY IN THE CRIMEA. (From tin toi respondent of the Constitutionnel) Behind Sebastopol, Dec. 28. For some days past wc had no rain which is a leal blessing of heaven. Wo '«re still at work advancing our batteries, only firing from mortars, mid a» tuting for our fiiends tho English, and with that expccfe tion it is difficult for us to have Sebastopol for anew yent's gift. What can ive do but to be patient ? To-morrow or the day after we expect Omar Pacha, who is to embark to-day at Vaina, to join the troops at Eupatoria ; he will take our head-ojinr teis in bis way. To-morrow, in virtue of the powers vested in bim by the Emperor, the (jcncral-iu-Chief will distribute |80 crosses and 600 medals to all ranks of the ni my. This recompense accoi ded to the brave men on the very scene of their ex- ploits is a' nile mid noble' action. The Russians appear to be much embarrassed in their positions. ' The presence of the corps of Omar Pacha in their roar at Eupa toiiu, and the extreme di...

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Commercial Intelligence. Mercury Office, Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

fôommcvrtiil VtntclUVcncc* Mercury Oflice, Tliursilay afternoon. "Wcliave nothing new to report of any importance "Wheat has declined h triflo and buyers being cau- tions ¡n speculating, will not give more thlm los per bushel ; it iscXpected however, that the govern- ment will call for tenders for about three thousand Imshels, which will impirt au impetus to the market. Oats which were brisk last week aient pre- sent dull, but Cape harley lind advanced a tnfle; o¡her produce continues unaltered. With respect to stock the following prices were realised by Messrs Brent mid Westbrook, at a sale at Bridge- water:-ewes from 8s 9d to i5s 8d according to site and quality : weathers fioni Ms to 10s; pigs 3Cs ;,.and horses from £\6 to £39. There was a fair attendance ot"D«ven¡J»t'Jrnsale._ HOBARTON PRICE, CURRENT. jill articles nor »perified in bond duty paid. Ml Spirits ure in bond. Corrected up?to last evening at four o'clock. £ *.. d Ales, English, V« "hil .. 8 0 0 to IO 10 O IndandCöopc'...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. On Monday Evcninig, and every evening during the week THE GREAT MAGICIAN .y VENTRILOQUIST Uti. JACOBS The Wizard of Wizards and the Monarch of all Necromancy ! . , Boxes and stats can be secured for any night. Over 21,600 PERSONS in Sydney, in four weeks, have visited Jacob's Entcrta'rtaíiiment, to' witness his ultra extraordinaiy performances in his . TEMPLE OP METAMORPIIOLOGT Whiich occupied the catiro stage of the Theatre, M. Jacobs During his sojourn in the United Kingdom, aside from his unparalleled success in cieiy toiyn and city, has been honored with most . distinguished patronage, not only in his Public Entertainments, but by repeated commands to attend the Nobility's Private .Soirees.-.Amongst a large recorded list, M. JACOBS Has given his GRAND BRA WING Ii003f E NTERTAINME N T BEFORE HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, The Royal Family and Guests, .* Twice at Buckingham Palace and once at Wind- sor Castle. » Once for Her Royal Highness the late Princess Augusta...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

.,, : gripping tlqinrt April lil-Barque Glencoe, 160 tons, Lang. fiom Port Albert, with GC cattle. Agent, W. A Gucsdon. -18-Schooner Eclipse, 490 tons, White, (mm l'oit Albert, with 290 sheep and (io cattle; ptsscHgi'ts-Mis Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Jones und family and Im o servants. -18-Schooner Lion 218 tons, M'Kowan, from Ne i castle, with coal. .-18-Selioonei Scotia, 112 tons, from Gee- long. .-1!)-Schooner Lion, 218 tons, M'Pherson, fiom Nettcistlc, N. S. W., 31st March ; with coals. Passengers-E. Hunt Agents, Hunt and Kerr. -19-Brig Mermaid, 250 tons, W Everett, from Adelaide 29th March ; with sundries. Pas- sengers-Mr and Mrs Kennis, two children, Mr. and Mrs Stanbridge, 4 children, Mr and Mrs Bellingham, 1 child, Mrs Hutchinson, Mrs and Miss Jewell; 1 steel agc. -19-Schooner Scotia, 112 ton'., J Gallagher from Melbourne 15lh instant, in ballast, passenger -Mrs Gallagher. Agents, Maning Bios. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. . , m_JT-i-~JvU~>~^ ' iMroHT». Per Eclipïe from Port A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

tTIIE FRIEND OF ALI* HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. Extraordinary esire of Asthma : OP AX OLD MDy SEVENTY FIVE YEARS OF AGE. Copy <f«*t*rjrm Mr. Thomas Weston (B--k |jj»¿re,) 2Vr«i»o, dared *Ae 9th October, »85*. To Profesor Holloway, Sir-Gratítttde compeb meto make known to you the extraordinary benefit and age P»"« ¿a. uerWedftomtheuse ot your Pllh. My," »Mulcted for upwards of few and twenty year, vhh Mthma and «pitting of blood, it w«.quite agony to see her lufler and hear her j»ugh ; Fhiive often declared, that I would give all I tmssesied to have cured her ; but although fp^r. large sum for medicine and advice H wai all to no purpose. About three months UM thought perhapa your Pill. «Igt» beneSt heV. at »11 etenU I resolve* to give them a trial, which I did ; the re»ult wa» marvellous ; by alow denrées my mother became better, and after perser verinTwiíh your remedies for nine wed» «he wa« perfectly cured, and now enjoy» the best of health although seventy five year* old. ^ I a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 April 1855

LACK HALL LINE op USTRALÍAN packets. pàîsÀoe ÁHRAiogÜents , , PiidM ENGLAND to VAN DIE MEN'S LAND. THE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. ships. tlEoisTEU. cAf^AIn Oliver' Lang, new,.. i. i. t. I Í275 Mantung. Champion of the Seat, new.. 2280 Newlands Bonnie Jean, new Abelen! m% M,Carthy< clipper./ . 3 Schtmbergi new...'.... 23QO Duguid. Marco Polo. 1625 M'Dc>iiivell Elizabeth Harriion, new .... HO* Jackson. And other first-class clipper ships, Sail twice a month from England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Holturt Town, and Launceston. The owners ot the above well-known line of Pucket Ships beg td state that they have made arrangements by which parties in this country can engage passages tor their friends from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to t*iis colony, by paying the amount of passage-money to the under- signed, who grant passage certificates which secure the party named therein a Free Passage, including provisions, cooking, medicine...

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

To the Editor of the Mercury. Stn,-I send you the accompanying extract from Alison's History of the years 1811-12, which I um persuaded will be read with great interest. Yours, &c., P. Q. April I (ith, ldöö. '. Though the contest had lasted eighteen years, the English Government were still, thanks to our insular situation and invincible navy, mere novices in the art of military warfare, and the subordinate functionaries in every department required literally to be taught their several duties in the presence of the enemy. '. . . In peace they invariably re- lax the sinews of war¡ no amount'of experience can persuade them to take any antecedent measures either to avert disaster or to ensure success. They constantly expect that, without the least previous preparation, and with greatly inferior numbers, their armies, newly raised, uiiinstruoted and inex- perienced, are to vanquish their enemies in every encounter ¡ and the extraordinary valour of the Anglo-Saxon race has so ofte...

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

To Political Writers. 1 s ?? WANTED a gentleman of sound and liberal Political principles competent to undertake the editorial duties of a dailyjournal. A gentleman^ of Colonial expeiience will be preferred. Apply cither personally or by letter to the pro- prietor of this -lournal. 23rd April, 1855. Io Literary & Scientific Gentlemen* \T7ANTED a Gentleman properly qualified to VV undertake the Literary and Scientific de- partments of a Daily Journal. _ Apply either personally or by letter to the pro- prietor of this Journal. 23rd April, 1855. To Reporters. WANTED immediately two practical RE- PORTERS for a daily journal. To thoroughly competent persons liberal salarie* will be given. Apply either personally or by letter to the proprietor of this Journal. 23rd April, 1855.

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THE DESCENT AT YALTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

THE DESCENT AT YALTA. Odessa, Dec. 30.^-The Russian news- paper called the Journal of Odessa, pub- lishes extracts of a" letter from Livadin, one of the most lovely spots in the south of the Crimea, describing the devastation of Couut Poloski's vilia, during the descent at Yalta. The writer says : " Urged by a presentiment of danger, we had packed up and buried all the most valuable contents of the house, such as silver plate, jewellery, marbles, vases, an- tique bust s, costly paintings, tea services, nnd lamps. We had also provided for the safety of the contents of the church, leav- ing nothing indeed but the bare walls This I repeat, was extremely fortunate ; for when the enemy came from Yalta, there was scarcely anything to carry off. They, in fact, only got hold of five hundred mea- sures of wine, some books for the library, some remains of maccaroni, a few old plates and dishes placed purposely in the cup- boards, some brass chandeliers, plated tea- pots, glasses, and certain ...

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

5>lii|Hmig ilciiart April SO-Schooner Flying Squirrel, 87 tont» | Walker from Melbourne 14th instant,'in ballast' Agent-the master. --21- Schooner Pilot, 11+ton«, Jamieson, from Melbourne 12th instant, with sundries. One iteerage passenger. , April 21-Schooner Acis, Thompson, from Tal cahuana, February 18th, 23,000 bushels wheat, lo' tons hemp, 8 ton« black oil, 2 tons bread agent, master. ßäf There were four »ohooner» coming up the river at sun-down last night. DEPARTURE!. April 20-Schooner Reindeer, 104 tons, Jasper, for Geelong. Passengers-Messrs. Jas. Young, H. Jarman, Mrs. and Miss Jarman, Mr. S. G. Giles. Steerage-Matthew Berren. -- 20-Schooner Gold Seeker, 156 tons, WiUon, for Melbourne. Passengers-J. Westwood, T. Edwards, Walker, M'Gowan, Mary Ann M'Gowan and infant, George Drew. -20.-Brig Peri, 145 toni, Morris, for Kew castle. i -20-Schooner Mary Ann, 115 tons, Graves, for Port Albert Passenger«-Mr. Foster, Mr. and Mr». M'Lenn, and two children. -20-Buque Helen S. Page,...

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Commercial Intelligence. LAND CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

&ommcvcí*l ïutelUaence* LAND CIRCULAR. Several sales have been effected this week, realiz- ing fair prices. Business piemises are still enquired after, especi- ally small shops and stores. Farms from 20 to SO acres with suitable buildings are in demand at good rental«. We are glad to find that capitalists are begin- ning to see the advantage of erecting small cot- tages several having commenced the erection of that class of buildings, such properties commanding a very high rental, and pay from 15 to 20 per cent. Any amount of money can be obtained on good security at 7 per cent. HENRY IKIN & Co., Land, House, and Estate Agents, Corner of Collins and Argyle*streets. Hobart Town, April 21sU

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MAYOR'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Mr. R. Lewis, & Mr. Kilburn.) FRIDAY 20TH APRIL, 1655. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

MAYOR'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayor, Mr. R. Lewis, & Mr. Kilburn.) FRIDAY 20TH APRIL, 1855. Fane v. Jenkins.-This was an information by the City Inspector against William Jenkins of Kelly's Yard, charging him with a breach of the 20th section of the Bye-Laws in causing to be placed on the carriage-way in Liverpool- street, a hand-barrow, containing vegetables, on the 3rd of ApriL The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge, when Mr. Fane informed the Court, that the defendant was one of those persons, who were continually blocking up the street with vegetables &c, both he and his wife had been frequently cautioned, but no notice had been taken of the caution, and he, Mr Fane, was compelled to lay the present information. The Mayor observed, that it seemed to him somewhat hard to take individual cases, like that of this poor man, when so many offended against the law, and who, besides, kept a shop : His Worship instanced the case of Mr. Wil- liams, in Elizabet...

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The [?]obarton Mercury. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

Cue Äöbarton JUttttwey* MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1855. IK our issue of the 9th instant, we briefly adverted to the measures that should be adopted for the sanitary im- provement of the city, . and the manner proposed to remedy the evils arising from existing nuisances. We sug- gested the carrying out of the plan, as laid down by Sir William Denison, for the establishing a public slaughter house. We feel gratified to find that our suggestions on this subject have already engaged the attention of Sir Henry Young, and that the sum voted during the government of his predecessor for the construction of so important a work, will not be allowed to lapse and fall into the unexpended and unappropriated balance of the general revenue. In noticing city improvements, as car- ried on by the corporation, notwithstand- ing those accomplished and in progress, much still requires to be done. The sur- face drains, where made, will be sufficient to carry off, even in the moBt rainy season, I the flow...

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POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate. FRIDAY, 20TH APRIL 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

POLICE REPORT. Before the. Chief Police Slagiatrate. FRIDAY, 20TH APRIL 1855. Kicking a Constable.-John Wernall, a stout, raw-boned fellow, wag charged by con- stable Slattery with assaulting him by kicking him on the head, the legs and the »ide, in Watchorn-atreet i the man was quarrelling «iib a woman, when Slattery told him to go about his business, and he immediately " turned to," and commencée his kicking ¡ he was fined Jt 1, but being unable to pay was sent to the Treadmill for fourteen days. The Dote.-The following delinquents were each fined'-PI, for imbihation :-Samuel Rob- inson, William Wood, William Davies, John,, Carney, and George James. The latter de- fendant on being asked if he was drunk, re- plied be supposed he was or he would not have been there ; *' but" continued Mr James, " your Worship «ill please to bear in mind, , that this is the first time I have had the honor to appear before you, and I will take very good care it shall be the last " Asssultinga constabl...

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MEMORANDUM ON THE BATTLE OF INKERMANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

MEMORANDUM ON THE BATTLE OF INKERMANN. We learn from numerous comraunica- j tions by the last mail from the army that the account of the battle of Inkermann contained in Lord Raglan's public despatch has excited strong feelings of surprise and dissatisfaction among an important part of the forces engaged in that memorable action. The accounts already received from many other sources have already en- abled the Ministers of the Crown in Par- liament, and the public througouht Europe, to do full justice to the heroic achievements of the Brigade of the Guards on that day ; but, in order to remove all uncertainty as to the conduct of these gallant troops, we publish the following authentic account of the position and movements of the Guards in the battle, which will effectually remove the erroneous impression that any part ol the Brigade were "obliged to retire in the course of the action : " The Brigade of Guards were the first on the scene of action on the right, and in advance of the ...

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Local news [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

Cocal J&etotf ' ATTENDANCE or CONSTÀBLKS AT THB PO- LICE OrFicE.-On Friday, the Chief Police Ma- gistrate, announced his determination to fine every constable, who had a case in band, for non-atten- dance at the poliee office at 0 o'clock every morn- ing j in one case, in which the defendaut, even, pleaded guilty to a oharge.pf, drunkenness, because the apmehending constable wa«'not. .present, His Worship, very properly, déprôld him Of the moiety of the fine. > \ . *. . *' * . . Mai. DAWSON-We hear. ttut.;th(« talented actress is about to leave the Colony by "thb Eagle : we regret this at we are unwilling to lose talent of any kind, and especially M talented, au «rtiite u Mr« Dawson; '* . «..-.' INFORMATION« AQAIXBT THE PUBLICANS. The Chief Police Magistrate, it appears, has set his faèo against any " trumpery" informations against the publioans, so many of the informations, of late, which have been brought against this class of trades-people, have been of this descriptio...

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AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA. Cracow, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA. Cracow, Jan. 5. The oncentration of considerable masses of troops along the line of Prussian and Austrian frontiers is an undoubted fact. From Zamose to Kilia, and from thence to J Klich, they form a triangle, having its point turned towards this place. The Austrian consuls have at length obtained permission that the corn purchased in the Russian provinces before the prohibition may be exported, and a considerable quantity will consequently bereceivedin Galicia and in the Bukowine. The Silesian Gazette contains a letter from Vienna of the 7th, which snys^ "A very animated exchange of des- patches has been going on for some days past, between Baron de Hess and the head quarters of the Airsfrian army of occupa« tion at Bucharest. This correspondence was caused by the movement of the Rus« sian troops at Reid, which naturally would necessitate certain movements of the Aus- trian troops. Count Coronini was obliged to proceed to the spot to make the neces- sary arrange...

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

EAGLE LINE OP PACKETS ' FOR LIVERPOOL. Will be despatched punctually on the 23id of May, ' ii on» Melbourne, the celebrated : Fast-sailing ' ship 'EAGLE '! 1050 tons register, M. MunriiY, Esq., Commander, forwarding v, ool to "London, if i equircd. , The reputation so justly earned by this vessel for «peed, comfort, and regularity in her trips between England and Melbourne is so well known as to make further comment unnecessary. , FA11ES, £. Aft« saloon or first cabin ... 65 Fpre ditto, or second dit^o .. 40 Third oabih .' .. .. 80 Intermediate .25 An experienced smgeon accompanies the ship. For freight or' passage, plans of cabin, and lur thor particulars, apply on boaul, to Cnpt. Murphy; 11 right, Iii others, & Co, comer of Flinders-Line and Bond-street, Melbourne, or to ' W. KNIGHT, New Whaif, Hobart Town. LACK BALL LINE OP ' '»AUSTRALIAN PACKETS., TASSAOE ARRANGEMENTS FROM ENGLAND io VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. fPIIE1 CELEBRATED BLACK BALL 1 LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. siurs. , n...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 April 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. On Monday .Eveninig, and every evening during the week THE GREAT MAGICIAN % VENTRILOQUIST wr. jfACous The "Wizard of Wizards and the M oaarch of all Necromancy ! Bott» mi »tali can be secured fir any night. Over 21,600 PERSONS in Sydney, in four weeks, have visited Jacob's Entertartainment, to witness his ultra extraordinary performances in his TEMPLE OP METAMOBPHOLOGY Whiich occupied the entire stage of the Theatre, M. JACOBS During his sojourn in the United Kingdom, aside from his unparalleled success in every town and city, has been honored with most distinguished Satronage, not only in his Public Entertainments, ut by repeated commands to attend the Nobility's Private Soirees.-Amongst a large recorded list, M. ' JACOBS Has given hit GRAND DRAWING ROOM ENTEÄTAINME N T BEFORE HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, The Royal Family and Guests, Twice at Buckingham Palace and onee at Wind- sor Castle. Once for Her Royal Highness the late Princess Augusta, Pavilion, Brighton. ...

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