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

Steam to liIclfeourMe. THE T.S. N.Co'sstcam ship X AIXAXIA will leave for ItlsBlbOUi'lM» on Wednesday the 2nd May *nd on her return will immediately resume her voyages as a regular trader on the Sydney line ; due notice of the tim* of hsr nest departure for that port will be given. ' ' , ,, 0 > ' , ' ' Charl«« Toby, " ü .'. 'Manager Ï.S.N. Vo. April 19th, 1858. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, THE splendid Clipper Schooner « HENRIETTA," ' " , ?150 tons burthen, Dioure, master, Will sail for the above port on the 1st proximo; has excellent accommodation for cabin and steerage passenger». For freight or passage, apply to » GfLLM BrOTHBBS), ) Now Wlmrf. GEORGE ROLWEGAN Has just received per «« Will ¡am Brown" a great variety of stationery:& fancy goods, Among "which will bo fourid WORK [BOXES, writing desk*, ladie»' companions. Steel purse snaps', rings and tassels Ivoiy jard measures, ditto with cushiqn* Smelling salts, fancy soap», pink & blue sauew* PuiTboxes, nortemonnaics Lad...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

BOYAL VICTOETA THEATEE. MR. JACOBS ina ourna«ATBD * VENTRILOQUIST AND MAGICIAN, Has the honour to innounco that ho will give a GRAND MORNING PERFORMANCE, ON THIS DAY, 30th APRIL, 1855, J. I TWO O'CLOCK, (doors opon at ¿ past 1) By the paitioular desire and UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGE OP His Excellency the Governor SIR H E. F. YOUNG, Kt, AUD LADY YOUNG. Who mil honor the Snttriamment with their frésente Tmi intimation from His Excellency having only been recolvod by Mr Jacobs at noon (Friday) ho hastens to inform y ou In order that you can socura tickets uoxob, or placoB .whicn can bo resi.rvéd on application at tho Ilox Olllec of the Thi-atro, from 10 a m to 4 p m on Saturday, and Until noon on Mon lay PRICES. Besorved seats, 0s , Unreserved ditto, 5s , Private, boxes, Ss .Tit, 2s Cd NB-27i»! evening performance will takeptatea*' utual, al eeght o'clock. "With an enure change of experiments N.B -Mr Jacobs' stiy is limited to a few nights longer only

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MAYOR'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. R. Lewis. FRIDAY 27TH APRIL, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

MAYOR'S COURT. (Before His Worship the Mayoi, and Mr. It. Lewis. Friday 27th April, 185Ô. < Drake v. Bartlett.-This «as an information directed to be laid by the Clerk of tho Old Market, against Caleb Bartlett,undcr the 12th section of tho Market Act, for exposing for sale four casks of stinking beef, which by an 'order of the Market Committee, were thrown into the Derwent, on Fri- day, the 20th instant : the defendant had rendered himself liable to a penalty not exceeding £20. Mr. Perry appeared for the defendant,who pleaded not guilty : he took an objcetion to the proceeding on the ground, that the proclamation for opening tlie market, had not Wen set forth, nor produced : this being overruled, the case proceeded, when oonstable Bassett proved that the defendant had admitted to him the sale of sonic of the beef, with- in the precincts of the market, he also proved that the meat was putrid,,'Unwholesome, and unfit for food ; the defendant was fined £5 and costs, against ...

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

MELBOURNE AGENCY. MESSRS. A. Goidon & Co.l News Agents, &c, Western Market, have beeil appointed agents at Melbourne for this journal. April 25th, 1855, ,,;

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The Hobarton Mercury. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

Cftt ftirtftrtott jtowtuvxl MONDAY MORNING, \APRIL 30, 1855. Althot/gh we were in the first instance much disposed to regret that His Excel- lency should have postponed the sittings of the Legislative Assembly at a period when so many important matters are pressing upon public attention, and fearful though we are that some-perhaps many -private interests may be seriously com- promised by the delà}', yet now that^ the step is taken, our duty as watchful jour- nalists', np less than our regard for the ~c,omnTO§Îty, imps «ato falte üdvantage cf the delay to endeavour to stir up the minds of our fellow citizens by sounding the trumpet-notes of preparation, that, when the time of action, arrives, we may be found, we and all of us, well-girded for the battle. For it is vain to hope that we shall achieve any political vitítory without both watchfulness and energy. ' Our half-won freedom is all too new-our opinions on political expediency r and social right too crude, as w eil as too much b...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

CALIFORNIA. Tmb following accoumVof a desperate^ ren- counter irt'Eldorado county is taken' from the Mountain Democrat. u ,' "We received the folio« ing startling in- telligence last night after our paper had been worked off» ^'Uocky'0311011, the place of the tragedy, is a deep 'and almost inaccessible canon, about forty miles north of this place, near Todd's Valley, and uninhabited. JJRocky Oanon, December f.O. - No officer having been rwithin a convenient distance to attend a case of emergency that hat just happened near our isolated camp here, the undersipnedconstituted themselves a coroner's jury, mid held nu inquest over the deceased bodies of twelve men that were killed within à mile of-pur camp on the loth instant, a full account of which we deem it our duty to.publibh. Three of tho under- signed were eye-witnesses of the whole' scene though'too far,ôff to give aid ja any way, On yesterday, \Oth instant, three men who afterwards proved to be a Mr James C'Mc Donald.rtf"Alabama...

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ENGLISH MONETARY & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (" Times," 27th January.) London, Friday evening, 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

r.NGEl t£*10NETARY St COMMERCIAL 7 INTELLIGENCE. ( " Times," 27th Jànuarjr.) V £: Lonúáb, Friday «vening,'2r*ih. sífTh^ question of tha existence" of the Cabinet has beeta tfce* only subject of question to-day. and the genera} transactions in the- various departments of Xushteas hive consequently1 been unimportant. eanMf.lbr initaey, which'left offW ¿Vening at 90 f tb'91. weVe-first quoted 9(lJto f.'uhjnce tiley gra- ' dually impro\ed, the market closing after tome »light "fluctuations in the course of the afternoon, at ¡lito}. For the'account the-laut quotation was '61 one-eighth to J. There was no foreign news, andjnoney _was in moderate demand on Govern« Burnt securities at 3} percent. Bank stock left off at 210 to 211 ¡ Reduced, 91} to } ; New, Three per cents;.»! | Jo| : Xong Annuities, 4| :'' India Stock, 223 to 226': 'India Bonds, 1 Is to 14s' pre- mium ; Exchequer-bills, 4s to 7$ premium ; and Exchequer-bonds, 90} to }. Foreign securities were steady,and the operations gener...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 30th April, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

r'öENERAL POST OFFICE, 30th April; 1855. Smr, MAU s will be closed at this .office as under : Tor Melbourne per steamer Tasmania, on Wed- nesday next, at 11 a.m. F. C. Shith, P.M. Gem;

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PROGRESS OF THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. (From the Liverpool Journal, January 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

PROGRESS OF THE SIEGE OF SEBAS- TOPOL. (From the Liverpool journal, January 27.) The "Times" correspondent writes from Paris on Thursday :-"Official despatches, we have been infirmed, were received in Paris yesterday from the Crimea, which apeak in a more positive manner than such communi- cations have hitherto done, of the date fixed for the 'assault,' From the 5th to the lOtlt of next month it is stated that this long-expected event will take place It does apt of course follow that the expectations of the allied gen- erals mil be realised ; and the storming of Sebastopol'has been so often promised, and so often postponed, that not the slightest surprise would be manifested if the present, like the preceding announcements of the same ' kind, were but a false alarm. The French are impa- tient for the Storming, and murmer at the delny. The presence ot Omar Pasha at the late council of war, at which generals and admirals assisted, and the reported landing at Eupatoria of the entire Tu...

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

y. &&ä K. seizure or Ä4.500 W.QRTH OP MERCHANDIZE In th* htotetullhtbtor's Ùntrt, Melbourne. WHEREAS it is ordered and decreed , by tho Assignees of the Estate oí Walter and George Slade, of Great Bourke street, Melbourne, recently trading under the «tyla and name of Slade Brothers,- & Co., Import and Export Met chants, that the whole of the property seized from the -outward bound barque, Negotiator consist- ing of Thirty-seven Large Cuses of Gencrul Merchandize, containing goods ns per - manifest annexed below, be immediately sold for the benefit of all whom it may concern. HANSLIP <y WITTON* Next Ifessrs. Watchorn, Perkins, and Co., Liverpool-street Hobart Town. Beg to'inform the Public, that he has, through is Agent at Melbourne, purchased theabme goods at a price a little above the actual freight. The wbolo of the property is in the very best condition, not having been disturbed from the original packages/ until delivered to bim in Hobart Town....

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

iliippmg iUnürt Apnl:2r-Government Schooner Beacon, Nicol loà^^r _.'.. ? . <-.' '.. : '; -. - i;:;:; ;:- *.?.,.- ; , .?',.'?."""" HNTEHCD OÜTWABD8. / ,;:.'-.. ... April 27-Barque Harriett ^Nathan, 127 tons, .'Lloyd,'-for Geelong : with two steerage passen- ger». ' " .'/?.'? v:r ??? -~t?7- Schooner Sea Nymph, 265 tons, Bar- rett,'for Geelong; 6 steerage passengers. i ? . i--27-Schooner Free Trader,"I49 tons, Thom, fpr^Pdrt Albert.' ; , ' ' _. ^-^~i-VJ--Schooner Macquarie, 114 tons, Dodd, {of, Port Albert j passengers-Mr. Jones, Mr. John ?Johnson, and-2 steerage. .. ' »EPAltTURB«. " April 28.-Schooner Pilot, 91 tons, J. Collins, for Melbourne, with sundries. ; /?' .. .' .,. ?i^- 28-Steamer J^arion, ÍSS.tons, M'Lean, for Mélboürüej pàasërigers-i-Mr. John Scóttin ' Mrs. "Septtin and 8: children, Mrs. Peril, Mrs. Clark, My, O.H. Hedberg, Captain Lee, Mr¿ ? Trimlinson,. '..india steerage. ,,. ,.- .y . ..April £8-Schooner Retriever,105 lons, Fisher, Melbourne. .,..: :. ? --28- B...

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PARLIMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, (From the Times of January 27) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

PARLIMENTARÏ" PJtOCKlïDINOS, .-.(From the Times of January 21) In the house of Lords 1 ist' night nl'tcr a question fiom Lord Hardwicke as to the capsizing of the Pci sevei ance, steamer, winch was answered by the Duke of iNewcwfle. The lüarl of Aberdeen mentioned the fact of Lord John Rut'cll's resignation, and reid to the House the Iel ter in whioh the intimation of that resignation lind been convoyed lo bim. The noble Uai 1 proceeded io c\pie« hu surprise and regret at the step take n hy Lind John Russell, and decla- red that the rest of the Government had felt it to be due to their honor and scrise of duty to meet the motion about to he made in the Loner House, which would decide whether the 'Government were deserving of censure or not. Lord Berncrs then inflicted on the House a dis. quUltion on Roman Cntholx processions in Ireland, and especially referring to one in the town of Tuarn in A ugitst last, wished to know wether the attention of the Government bai bren directed to th...

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TRADE, REPORT. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

TRADE, REPORT. Friday Evening. ' 8uoAH,-There is scarcely any alteration to be made in the pi ¡eos to-dny. The niniket on the whole is steady, and theie w«s a "cry firm demand to take off nearly the whole of 8,309 bags put up at auction, of nh<ch 6,934 were Mauritius, and sold as follows :-Low lo middling brown, 24s to 28s ¡ good to fine, 29s to 3 s ; low to middling yellow, 31s to 32s 6d. ¡ good to fine 34s to 38s ; crjstali sed middling to good, 3Gb to SSs Gd ; fine, 39s 6d to 42s. , Also, 1,200 baps of grainy Madras, low to very fine yellow, 34s to 39s 6d ; and 175 bags o¡ native at25s'6d to 27s COO hhds. of West India sold, making 2,275 for tho week, and about 1,000 boxes of Havannah are also' reported. ', Coffee.-There was only one public sale to-day of 1Ô0 bales of long berry Mocha mid 100 bags of Best Indian ; the former sold at 71s Od to 85s for fair to good long berry, which was 'dearer ; the lat- ter brought 48s to Jos öd per ewt. ' Tallow-On tho 'gpuwal state o...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

LOCAL NEWS . Commercial Prospects.-On Thursday even- ing a ,ciroumi>tancc occuircd in our port, which speaks well for the advancing commercial prospects of th'e Colony. Four steamers came Intoport, the City of Ilobat t, the Mimosa, the CttlMenî and the Venus; while the Marion, lay alongside the wharf, «nd the Iron Ttismania, was on Ross's Patent Slip. Launceston Li censed Victuallers* Soci- ety.-On Tuesday morning last at 11 o'olock, the leading Innkeepers in Launceston, and a few of the ti ade from the Country, met at the Star Inn, Charles-street, for the porposo of eonsjdering a code of regulations prepared hy the Sub-Committee, and foi enrolling members. Mr. J. J. Mooie was voted into the chMr, when lie opened the meeting and read the rules, which were unanimously adopted, and then called upon those present to appoint a Com- mittee, when the following gentlemen were unani- mously elected:- Mebsrs. Wm. Dïtncani som. II. Pan, J. Waldron, J. Barrett, J Sullivan, T. Fogarty, Geo. ...

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POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate. FRIDAY, 27TH APRIL 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 April 1855

POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate., FniDAY, 27th April 1855^ There were only eight cades on the charge sheet, of whom mt following are comprised in alie , DRUHKAftDf tfST. ' William Sharp, fined ¿I, 6». to the con- stable! Michael Chute, Unod /'I, fo. to the constable; Peter Webster, £ I, 5». to the constable's Daniel Dearlove, fined £1, f>i to the coustahlo; Ann Hughes, witb tho addition of using obscene language, fined £2, 5s. ,1o tin: constable. (Before th$ Chief Police Magistrate and Captain L Chalmers.) An Absconder.-Mary Ann Godson was chorged h itli absconding" from the service of Mr. Maddock, of Melville-street, on the I(1th I instant, and remaining at large until the 26th, when abe wa« apprehended by Constable Dorset. She was^entenccd to twelve mouth»'* imprisonment. } (Before the Chief Police ? Magistrate.) Stealing a Ooat.-"John Blake*, a fisherman, was charged with stealings black shooting coat, of the value bf 10s., and u silk, handker- chief, tha pro...

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

EAGjLE LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL. Will be despatched punctually on the 23rd of May, f:om Melbourne! the celebrated i Fast-sailing ship EAGLE 1050 tont register, - M. Murphy, Esq., Commander, forwarding wool to London, if required. The reputation ao justly earned by this vessel for ispeed, comfort, and regularity in her trips between England and Melbourne^ is so well known as to uiako fúrthar comment unnecessary. TARES, . â. Aft» saloon or first cabin ... 65 Fore ditto, or second ditto .. 40 '-'Third cabin .,. ,. 80 " Intermediáis .. .. .', ., 25 An experientfÉ surgeon accompanies the ship. For freight or passage, plans of cabin, and fur- ther particulars, apirtj* on board, to Capt. Murphy; Bright, Brothers, & Co, corner of Flinders-lane and Bond-stfoot, Melbourne, or to W. Knight, New Wharf, Hobart Town. LACK BALL L1N12 op AUSTRALIAN PACKETS, PASSAGE ARRANGEMENTS From ENGLAND to VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. rpHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL 1 LINE of AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. SHIPS. REOISTLR. ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 May 1855

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wc have intelligence to the 20th ult. The weather continues too warm and dry for the season, and the want of rain almost puts a stop to agricultural pursuits. It if rather remarkable that the exports of bread-stuffs from Adelaide to Melbourne have been higher during the first three months of this year than they were during the corresponding period of 1854. The value of flour, wheat, &c, sent out has been £11,0'J0 per week. Solong a» there is a paying margin between Melbourne and Adelaide prices so long will merchants continue to export without considering whether the colony san really spare it. On Monday, the 2nd instant, a number of respectablo settlers assembled at the lodge, the residence of Dr. Blue, for the purpose 'of ploughing a piece of ground, as a mark of the esteem and respect felt for tho doc- toran that vicinity. The Lodge presented an unusua'ly gay appearance from the number ot ploughmen and spectators. A large .marque, well Btored with refresh...

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MR. ROBERT OWEN, AND HIS MILLENNIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 May 1855

MR. ROBERT OWEN, AND HIS MILLENNIUM. The Nonconformist of January 3, gives the following curious report of the procee- dings at a meeting convened by the above well-known gentleman : " A very crowded and somewhat singu- lar meeting was held last evening in St. Martin's Hall, Long Acre. It was conve- ned by Mr. Robert Owen, who has under- taken that his long-promised millenium shall commence this year, and that it shall be inaugurated on Monday May 14, by a great aggregate meeting in the metropolis, of delegates ft om all governments, coun tiies, religions, sects, parties, and classes. From thit day forward he has declared that lhere shall be a total change in the condition of the human race, to be brought about, not by a revolution of violence, but by pacific means and by the general con . sent of mankind. The precise means by which this mighty change is to be effected it was the object of the meeting to deve ople, but the explanations were for tho moat part of a very cloudy and uni...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 May 1855

BIRMINGHAM BRASS FOUNDRY. C HAY WOOD hating a large stock of . Beer-Engines and Spirit Fountains on hand, has Reduced his Prices as foi Iowa : Colonial made Beer-Engines, £4 per pull, warranted of the beet quality. Brass Fulls, at low priées Spirit Fountain!, 416 per pair, with 4 Tapa in each ciliar. Rolled Powter for countors always on hand.' i ' >v * <' * .team to MellKanrne THE T S N.Co's steam shipT A.»M 4 Til A. will positively leave forXf«*ftl»OUl*n<* TO-MORBOW, at noon, «r.d on her return will immediately resume her voyages as a regalar trader on the Ayelney line ; due notice of the time of her next departure for that port «ill be given. CHARL«» TOUT, Manager T.S.N. Co. May 2nd. l8». For Melbourne Direct. THE fine first-class schooner PILOT J. JAMKSON, Master, Will positively sail for the above port on Thursday next, the «rd instant. Has room foi a few tons of light freight. Apply to H. LIPSCOMBE Murray-strcct, May 1. FOR SALE. THE FIND SCHOONER _ PHO...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 2 May 1855

MELBOURNE AGENCY. MESSRS. A. Gordon & Co., News Agents, Src, Western Market, have been appointed agaits at Melbourne for this journal. April 25th, 1855. j

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