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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

VICTORIA. Our files extend to the 31 st instant. The subject of immigration in connec- tion with the "directremission system" was brought before the chamber of commerce on Monday last. Sir Charles Hotham visited Williams- town on Saturday and inspected the vaiious departments and public woiks. His Excellency's visit to Geelong had been postponed to the loth instant. On Thursday morning a fire broke out in an old barn and stable in Little Lonsdale-street. The tenant has sus- tained a loss of about £500. How the fire oiiginated is not yet known. Great efforts are being put forth in Melbourne to obtain the repeal of the new Postage Act. An organised agita- tion has been formed, and measures have been adopted to present at the opening of the legislative council, a monster petition signed from all parts of the colony. ' His Excellency has been pleased to appoint Ensign Richard Hotham, of the 11th regiment of foot, to be aide-de- camp. The committee appointed to collect .subscriptions for...

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COUBT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

COUBT OF REQUESTS. i This Court sat on Thursday, when several casoB were tried, which, however, presented no features of general interest. On Friday the first case on tho list was, WRiailT tlSCUAW. This action nrote out of tho celebrated Turkey case at Richmond, and excited some interest. Mr. Knight appeared for the plaintiff, and the. Solieitor-Geufrnl for the defendant. PluintifT's counsel opened the case to the jury in Na long speech, from which it ap- peared that tho defendaat was the A. P. M. at Richmond, and was possessed of a pecu- liar colored kind of turkey. Ho had missad the oggs f r some timo past, and observing that a hen, the property of plafntJfFhad six turkey chicks of a Minilar color to his own birds, obtained a warrant for the apprehen- sion of defendant, on a*ehar¡ro of stealing tho eggs whence the chicks proceeded, and went with tho constable on Saturday the 25in of February last, when the latter exe- cuted the wai rant. The constable at the «atno time seized the ...

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THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

. THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW. Our attention has been drawn Jo this subject by the public meetings that have been lately held in Hobarton and the country, to move the Legislature by petition and otherwise, in favor of the enactment of some such measure as that which now exists in the State of Maine. I It appears to us that too much preeip* itntion in the matter would be produc- tive of as much harm as the state of things which it is intended\to remedy, and that the existence of such a law "would not succed in removing ^present evils, whilst it would be productive of grave and increasing mischief. \ The promoters of such a measure must admit that there ere three consid- erations which require attention before their position can be admitted to be just. Will such a bill fail to succeed in erasing drunkenness from the catalogue of crime ?-ind even if this be not proved will it inflict wrong on that clasi wïio drink without being drunken ; or what is worse, infringe upon the just principles of ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

»jjtpping lUjiiict ARRIVALS. August 3.-Ship John Bricht, 591 tons Stewart, from London Apiil 10th, with ge , neral car?o; Passengeis-Mr. and Mrs Dear and 8 children, Mrs. and Master-Hay. don, Messrs. Wilson, W. Stone, and Tlios. Stone. Mail-1 small parcel, and 77 loose letters. Agents-M'Pherson aiid Francis. \ .DEPARTURES. August 2.-Schooner Zephyr, CO tons, Momson, for Geelong, with sundries. i- - 2-Schooner Henricttn, 105 tons, 1 Barh.nn,"for Adelaide, with sundries. -2.-Schooner Mary Ann, 116 tone, ? Graves, for Port Albei t, with sundries. i - 2.--Cutter Fortitude, for Mauritius, i| - 3.-Bat quo Cape I loin, 57a tona. íM S ewart, tor Geelong, with Euudiies. Pas |J sengirs-Mrs. Toogood and child, Mrs. (ÎI Munda, Mrs. Penny and ñ sieerage. ivj - 3 -Barque Wilhelmina Mai ¡a, 350 j'jl tons, Baysnn for Manila, in ballast. bil - 3.- Brig Cosmopolite, 145 tons, 'ii Napppr, for Twofold Bay, in ballast, t\ IMPORTS. Jj) P«i John Bright, from London-6 hhds «j! wine, 12 qr. ea»ks do. 2 pipe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

For London« TO SAIL *Äc FIRST WEEK in A VGÜST THE A 1 clipper barque INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, - Wilson, Master. For Freight oí Wool or Cabin Passage apply to Reeves & Co. Kew Wharf, July 8, 1854. Steam to New Norfolk. THE ««CULLODEN" Steam-packe», will commence turning on the lath instant, to und from New Norfolk, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, leaving the OW Wharf at 9 a.m , and Messrs. Brown and Thompson's, New Norfolk, at 3 p.m. on the above days. For passage apply on board, and tor freight to Messrs. Brown and Thompson, New Norfolk, or Old Wharf, Hobart Town. I February 10th. CULLODEN STEAM PACKET VOIt THE HVOI, THE above Vessel will in future leave the Old Wharf every '1 uesday and Friday at 8 «'clock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur- days, culling at the usual places. February 10. For Geelong, Victoria. H E fast-sailing brig JANE, 174 Tons, Register, Walker, Master, Now loading for the above port, and will meet with dispatch. For freight or passage apply to the master...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

A CARD. Dr, BRIGHT devotes a considerable portion of his time to the treatment of the diseases of Females, Children, and Diseases of the Eye, At home, for consultation daily, nine a,m" two and seven p.m. !> Collins Street, May 18th, FOR SALE AT THE HOBART TOWN FOUNDRY &gwcuUu?gl Umplemmta, $t« ONE and two horse power American Railway. Thrashing Machines, with snperatuers Two and four horse power portabel Thrashing Machines, (English and Scotch made) Hussey's Reaping Machines and Win- nowing Machines Chafl-cutters, Stalfi-cutters. and Turnip cutters Cider Mills and Presses, Churns, and Cheese Presses Parkinson's Biscu:t Machines Bramah's Hay Presses, and Screw Pres- ses, Wool Screws Garden Water Engines, lift and force Pumps m Kreuch Burr Mill Stones, cast steel mill j coal. Bills Bar. Tire, Rod, Sheet and Hoop Iron, (all sizes) Boiler. Plate, rivet Iron, and angle Iron Cast, German, Bister, and Spiing steel Cart Boxes, Copper Boilers, and Fir Bricks Tallow'Press complete ...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 August 1854

Local Intelligence On Dit that the friends of Mr. Justico Horne intend to call a public meet ing to petition the Queen apainst confirm- ing the appointment of the late Attorney General as Chief Justice. While on thii topic wo may as well state that tho New Chief Justice was sworn in on this day and will tako his seat on Tue sdav next. Legat.--Yesterday Francis Smith j Eeq, tho newly appointed Attorney-Gene- ral, was duly sworn in on his assuming office. Edward Macdowell, Esq., promoted to tho office of Solicitor General alco to k the cus- tomary oaths at the same time. Delinquent Constable.-Con- stable MoUill was charged on Thursday before Mr. .Iones and Mr. Alderman Elliston with being drunk on duty the previous night. It, appeared that besides getting drunk ho had taken a female passholdeî who vvns in his custody alone through the city before , placing her in the watchouso ; for this in- dulgence in gallantry he was fined £1 and costs. Constable Westlake was also charged with drun...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

FRANCE. The-Moniteur of Thursday,. May 13th, announces thut the French Ambassador at Constantinople, M. Baraguay d'IIilíicrs, has been recalled, und that is to have u command at the camp of St. Omer. Every- body who knows M. Baraguay d'Hillicrs is pleased with this decision of the Govern- ment, and the only wonder is that he should ever have been appointed to a diplomatic post, and particularly to one requiring great skill and, above all, great moderation. M. Baraguay d'Hillicrs maybe a very good soldier, but never was there a man less .qualified to-be a diplomatist, either as re- gards judgment or temper. When he was sent out, however, the object was to give confidence to the Turks by thefuctofa military ambassador being named, and at the same time to frighten the Czar by causing him to believe that the French Government was resolved upon a policy of action. It is probable that M. Baraguay d'Hillicrs would have been recalled even if he had not committed himself so grossly by being ...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

SPAIN. , The religious and military ceremonies peculiar'to the 2nd May were gone'through at Madrid with the greatest order. .'Pre- dictions of a disturbance hud been hazarded bv those persons « ho appeared to he ac- quainted with the feelings which animated the populace of the capital. The Count tie Quinto, who is Alcalde of Madrid, as Governor of the province, has congratulated the people on their good behm ¡our during the (lav, and culled on them to persist in following the example of the victims of | the 2nd May, 1808. At Saragossa matters remain in ti very unsettled state. In his communication to the Government, the Cuptain^Generul does not fail to give warn- ing o fthe spirit of'insubordination which animates the population. The troops were still kept under anns. Her Majesty attend- ed by her whole court, had intended to go to Aranjuez;'hut, on the 4th instant, she was still in Madrid. It is doubtful if she will go there at all. On the 29th April, the sister of the King Consort...

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THE RECENT LEGAL CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

THE" RECENT LEGAL CHANGES. IN the GAZETTE of yesterday. His Ex celleucy in announcing the resignation of Sir John Lewes Pedder observes that -" though cei tain that throughout the " colony there «ill be but one feeling of " i egret that the country has thus been " depi ¡ved of the services ot one of its " oldest and most respected servants, " yet desires to place on record, the high " estimation entertained by the govern- ment of His Honor's long aiid faithful j " services, and of the upright and able " manner in which he has discharged ".the duty of Chief Justice, during the " long and almost unprecedented period " of upwards of thirty years." The same number of the GAZETTE notifies. the appointment of Mr Fleming as Chief j Justice, and of Mr Smith as Attorney General. A remarkable .circumstauce connected with these notices is the en- tire absence of Mr Macdowell's name It has oozed out, though we cannot say with what correctness, from the mystery which seems to cover the transacti...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

A CARD, Div, BRIGHT devotes a considerable portion of his time to the treatment of the diseases of FEMALES, CHILDREN, and DISEASES of the EYE. At home, for* consultation daily, nine a,m" two and seven p.m. Collins Street, May 18th, FOR SALE AT THE HOBART TOWN FOUNDRY &sricuUutwl implement**, &r* -o OWE and two horse power American Railway, Thrashing Machine«, with enperatners Two and four horse power portabel Thrashing Machines, (English and Scotch made) Hussey'a Reaping Machines and Win nowing Machines Chafl-cutters, Stalfi-cutters. and Turnip cutters Cider Mills and Presses, Chara«, and Cheese Presses Parkinson's Biscu:t Machines Bramón's Hay Presses, and Screw Près ses^Wool Screws Bar. Tire, Rod, Sheet and Hoop Iron, (all sizes) Boiler, Plate, rivet Iron, and angle Iron Cast, German, Bister, und Spiiuu cteel Cart Boxes, Copper Boilers, and Fir Bricks Tallow Press complete on an improved principle Portable Washing Coppers and Coffee , ._, .._- i JL ui tau Garden Wa...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. TUESDAY, AUG. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. TUESDAY, AUG. Oth. His Honor Chief Justice Fleming took his seaton the bench this day. Mr Justice Horne, Mr Hone, und Mr Burnett the sheriff, occupied seats on the btneh. Most of the legal profession, in Hobart were pre- sent on tho occasion and many respectable inhabitants of the city, including Arch- deacon Davies, Mr Henslowe, Dr Bedford, and others were present in the body of the court. The new Attorney-General, Mr F. Smith handed in his letters patent which were read by tho clerk of the court. Some causes which possessed not public interest sufficient to occupy our spaco were disposed of.

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LATEST FROM AMERICA. (From the New York Journals, April 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

LATEST FROM AMERICA. (From the New York Journals, April 29.) In Mexico, Santa Anna and Alvarez had ceased hostilities. The emigrant ship Powhattnn was lost at Barnegat, with neaily 250 lives and the whole of her cargo. Another emigrant ship, the Underwriter, has foundered, but the crew and passengers have been saved. On Monday night the British and Forth American Royal Mail steam-ship America, Captain W. J C. Lang, ariived in the Mersey with 106 passengers, and 166,500 dollars in specie. She sailed from Boston at noon on the 26th ult., and arrived at Halifax at eight p.m. on the 28th, having been delayed thirty hours by a fog off Sam bro. She passed the Arabia, hence to Boston, « Ullin two hours sail of that port. The ship Tonowandd, from Liverpool, had arrived at Philadelphia. She had.forty to fiftv deaths among the passengers from cholera. The ship Blanche, from Liver- pool, arrived at John's New Brunswick, had thirty-five deaths from the same dis- ease. Telegraphic accounts from ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

VICTORIA. Bsr the Lady Bird, we have received our files to the 3rd inst. Wednesday was observed as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer. Early on the morning oí the 30th ult., three rufHans robhed the Herald office at Balaarat, and carriedoifarticles to the amount of nearly £1000, They were apprehended soon alter. A debate in the Geelong Town coun- cil on a motion for recinding the vote of £500 for preparations to receive the Governor, ended in a compromise to expend only £150. A labourer named O'Brien brought an action against one Hall, a publican, for assault, by which he lost the sight of his right eye ; verdict for the plaintiff damages £750. The third half-yearly meeting of the propietors of the Bank of Victoria was held on Tuesday ; the report was very favorable. Messrs. William Nicholson Henry Miller, G. Annand, and E. P. S« Sturt were elected directors ; and Messrs. W. Hall, W. Lane, and G. Millar, auditors. s The Victoria Liquor Law League have issued their first .half...

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Commercial Intelligence. [?]to Tuesday Afternoon at 5 p.m AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

(Tnininmifll aiírüignirr. '.¡¡.reeled to Tuesday AF;erno»nat 5 p. in AGRICULTURAL. " bent.perbuO» O' 4 O to O 14 O i!,'ii«h »atley. O IO O to O 12 0 '>pa d.tta.O IO O to O 12 O 'ita.O 11 O lo O 11 6 'îour per ton.ü O Q io 33 0 0 .ay loose,.IS 0 0 to 21 0 0 'lay, piesscd. ICO Otilo 0 0 'ountry Hydraulic ditto l8 0 0 to 20 0 0 traw.». 8 0 Oto lo 0 0 DAIRYiPRODUCE. lîutter.'pcr pound .0 3 6to0 4 0 Chece, per pouud...*.. .0 (v 1 4 to£0 2-0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bushel. 0 16 0 to 0 o_p Beans, per bushel .... 0 14 0¡toOJ;0 0 Tares . 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 20 O Oto 22 0 Onions per ton . 60 0 Oto SS 0 Cabbages, per dozen... 0 5 OtoO 8 Cauliflowers per dos 311 6 0 OtoO 8 . Carrots, per ton. 9 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel,.... 0 14 Mo 1 0 0 POULTRY, Fowls, per couple. 0 C OtoO 8 0 Ducks.ditto .0 7 OtoO 8 0 Geese, eich. 0 8 0 to 0 12 0 I/ggs, per dozen ......... 0 3 6-toO 4 0 _____ Port Arthur Coals per ton.3 0 0 Schouten Island ditto.,..2 10 0 She Oak Wood, per ton ..2 15 0...

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MR. CHAPMAN AND THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

MR. CHAPMAN AND THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Our. coterrtporary the COLONIAL TIMES, has taken np the cudgel in favor of Mr. Chapman, in the New Constitution Committee controversy. The honor- able member for Hobart will not bene- fit by the deprecatory sort of defence in which his zealous advocate indulges, The ¿acts of the case as at present before the public are briefly these ; du- ring the last session of the Legislative Council, A committee was appointed to consider and report upon the proposed new constitution for this colony, and to embody their report in the shape of a bill by which it should be carried into effect. The committee sat once or twice, and then from paucity of attend- ance came to no definite determination ; but in the sitting of the Council in July last, Mr. Chapman, apparently on he half of the committee, moved for leave at some future period which he left indefinite to bring in a bill whenever the committee should have it ready for presentation to the house. He howeve...

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LICENSES TRANSFER-DAY. MONDAY, AUGUST 7. Magistrates Present—Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman; Dr. Bedford, Major Cotton, Messrs. A. B. Jones, Henslowe. Nairn, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

LICENSES TRANSFER-DAY. MONDAY, AUGUST 7. Magistrates Present-Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman; Dr. Bedford, Al ajor Cotton, Messrs. A. B. Jones, Henslowe. Nairn, lliddleston, Barnard, Kirwan Walpole, and Dr. Milligan. Solomon Beck applied for transfer of a license for tho Culloden Tavern, on the Huon, near Shipwright*' Point. The house was completed, and the steamer stopped every time she came down. Allowed-5 voting for, and 2 against the application. W m. Carmichael and Lawrence Curran applied for transfer of the license of the Herne Bay Hotel, Three Hut Point. Mr. Jones remarked, that, under the circum- stances, this w.i8 rather au application to continuo a license than transfer it. Allowed 6 for, 1 a;,ainst. Willam Foid. applied for transfer of the license of tho Cornish Mount, Burruck-stieet from John Marlin. The schedule was con- sulted, and application lost hy 5 to 3. J. Fuller applied for transfer ot license ot the Old Commodore, Brisbane-stieot, from Stephen Sandford. Fuller lind...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 8th August, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

GOVEKNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 8th August, 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol- lowing Claims to Grants of Land will be investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose,upon or imme diately after the 8th day of Oct. next, on or before which day any caveat or counter   claim must he entered : Richard Morgan, township of Bellerive, 1A. (originally located to Alexander Buchanan whose heir at law Archibald Buchanan sold to applicant.) Bounded on the north east by 5 chains 53 links south-easterly along the watch house allotment commencing at the north-west angle thereof on the Esplanade and extending to Petchy-street, on the south-east by 1 chain 7o links south-westerly along that street to the north-east boundary of an allotment located to - Champion and Company, on the south-west of that boundary extending north-westerly to the Esplanade aforesaid, on the north-west by 1 chain 45 links north-easterly along the Espla- nade, an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

in the matter of the insolenncy of Henry Joseph Brooks of South Bruni in Van Diemen'» Land ¿hip buildir NOTICE is hereby given that Fielding Jîrovne, Etq., CommiHsioner of Insol- vent Estates <«<r Jlobnit Town, has ap- pointed Thursday, the 24th day of Angnst instant, at the Court House, Hobart Town, at 11 o'rltck »n the forenoou, to be the place and time for troof of debts, under the above insolvency, alleged to bo due to James Clarke, William Barnes, William Al jycock Will'am Montgomerie. James Maytocic, A. II. Powell, John Smith, and Alexander McKa, and has also appointed the sume time and place for holdi ng a special meet- ing of tha Creditors under the above Insol- vency, for the purpose of electing a Per- manent Asaigueo of the Estate and Effects theieof. Dated this seventh day of AuguB t, J 854. ROUT. BSKNXSOW, Solicitor for the above-named parties. SAVE YOUR BROKEN GLASS, And bring or (end it to NUMBER 500, NEW WHARF, As the UNDERSIGNED Are Purchasers o...

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

GREECE. Tlie New Prussian Gazette says:-At last the blockade of Greece has been offi- cially announced to the Greek Govern- ment, and it is said that it will commence in the course of this week. The ambas- sadors of the Western Powers have offi- cially declared to the Government that the admiral of the squadron at anchor in these waters has received orders to detain the three Russian men-of-war that were bought hy the Greeks at Trieste, and which are shortly expected here." [These thiee ships were supposed hy the writer at the time he wrote to be at anchor at Calamina, a snug harbour in Dalmatia, but it is now thought they are at Navarino.] A letter from Athens, of the 2nd instant, in the Momiteur, says :-" The Chambers have been dissolved. ' The insurrection has been beaten on every side. In Epirus, the Turks have carried the camp of Pctu, and in Thessaly, the town of Donoco has been freed from blockade, with great loss to the Greeks; everywhere the volunteers are repulsed from the...

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