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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

For Spring Bay, Maria Island, Little and Great Swanport. T -H E packet schooner JAMES PIC, Commander, Will leave the Franklin Wharf on Saturday tho 5th May, for the above places. The accommodations on board this fiv vouiito vessel nro first rate, no expense having been spared by the owner with a view ot rendering every comfort for pass- engers, equal if not superior to the new steamer now plncod on the line. Scperato Cabin for Ladies. For freight or passage apply on board; orto ISAAC WRIGHT Agent at Swansea-Alexander Graham. . Agent at Spring Bay-E. Woodlands* New Wharf, May 2. O. H. H2î»I113IlCî SWEDISH HOUSE, 12, Argyle-street, Respectfully invites the attention of the public to bia Largo and Choice AssorU ment of FRENCH MODERATOR LAMPS with all the latest improvements, which, for quality and originality of design, will be found unequalled ; and which give a Beautiful and Brilliant Light.-Also PURE RAPE S¡ SEAL OIL FOR THE ABOVE. O.H.H. has also on hand Solar Pedestal Lampa Chambe...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

AMERICA. We have received New York papers to the 3rd of February. A fire broke out at Brooklyn on the 25th January, and destroyed the Waverley Hotel and four other large brick buildings. A shocking casa of seduction, by a Meth- odist clergyman, in Alleghany county, was under investigation in the Mayor's office, New York. The poorCvietim, about twenty Írears oi age, had been liandcd over, with a arge fee, to two medical men of bad charac- ter, who were employed by her seducer to procure adortion, and they fuither abused her person and plied her with nostrums ;till she was near death. A measure is before Congress, to prevent the in traduction of foreign paupers and crimin- als as immigrants to the States. Among the petitions and 'memorials pre- sented to the Senate on the 29th January was one from mechanics and working men of New York City, asking for relief from present distress by the passage of a Home- stead Bill, or other means whereby they can enter upon and cultivate the public ...

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INSOLVENT COURT. (Before the Commissioner.) THURSDAY, 3RD MAY, 1855. In-re A. B. M'Kay. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

INSOLVENT COURT. (Before the Commissioner.) THURSDAY, 3rd May, 1855.     In-re A. B. M'Kay. This was an adjourned meeting, and a meeting for discharge; the insolvent was examined at some length, with reference to some transactions between bim and Mr. Thomas Oldham, timber merchant, of Campbell-street, and the meeting wag further ad- journed for a fortnight. In-re William Knight. This was a similar meeting, and Mr. Crisp exam- ined the insolvent, in reference to the disposal of a horse and dray, and, also, of some potatoes, Mr. Brewer, for the insolvent, applied for his discharge, which was opposed by Mr. Crisp, on the groud of a fraudulent preference to a creditor, named Money. Mr. Brewer replied, and contended, that the Insol- vent was entitled to his discharge, the meeting was postponed for a week. In-re John Thomas. This was a meeting for discharge, Mr. Crisp op . posed the discharge, on the ground, that the insol- vent had fraudulently contracted debts,...

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Commercial Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

@omm;rcí3l fattílU'g.tfee The markets are improving bid slowlv. yin at soils from J"». to 15s. 3d¡ for good sample., with an '?expcc'.atioit' ol' a further'liuovancy. Potatoes, for na child sample, free from the (pub, are rc;dily bought at from ¿13-ta JL'I5 par 4on ; and onions have been bought at Sfi per c.vt. In the timber trade,'the demand for good palings has advanced the price to Id's, and 17<. pet th.'i.smd, with the pro.-peot of a fu.ther advauce, for e.\poitation. The foi lowing sales of stock were realised by Messrs. B.eut and Westbionk, al Bridgewater - Ewe*, from 9s. lo Ils. Gd -, v, ellie, s. fioni 12*. fid. to2ls. 6*d. j a mixed lot of ewes and wethers was «old at Us: : cows, £10 ; pigs, 80s. At a sale ¡it Cilivcn o( Mr. David Lewis» s.tock, by the same auctioneers, iho following prices were realised Eight hornes averaged ft oin £5i) to £\0\); fillies, £13 to JC20; wethers and ewes, a mixed lot, from Vs. to 18% : working bullocks, per fair, i'2l lo £'.i2; ste...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS Nil. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

flipping iÀtport ARRIVALS . Ni!. DEFAUT URE*. Maj 2.-T. S. N. Go's steamer Tasmania, 2S5 tons, Clinch, for Melbourne; passengers-M ps Cogie, Mr«. .Icrson, Mr-. Smut and ¡ntAiiî, Miss Xfe-sis W Hobertson, J Whyte, J C cok, W Du' lei, ii Cook, E Langdon, Mesdames Fianks, mid Shaw, Messrs. J Rogéis, C. C. Shaw, Blicks m, Whyte, flutteroll, Mrs. Buttcrcll, Meiärs. C. II Brown, Degraves, l\'rs. Degraves and servant, Miss lloll, and 21 steei.igc. -2-BUTCJIIO Mousam, 193 tons, Cole for Adelaide. -2-Schooner Zeyphor, CO ton«!, Gray, for Melbourne ¡ p.issengeis-Miss Clarke, and one steerage. -2-Schooner Pilot. 113 tons, Jamieson, fot Melbourne. -2-Bai que Per, 278 tons, Campbell, for the Mauritius. IMPORTS AND ^EXPORTS. IMPORTS. " Nil. EXPORTS. ' Ter Tasmania fir Melbourne-6 horses and 2 carts, .Tomes ;C diggeis carts, Young, to Order; SO cases truit, IO bags carrots, J and G Russel ; It bacs rice, Stern, Parr and 1'ranc to Ucynemm, West and Co ; 1 crate cheese, 2 tasks do, S Nicholas to Old...

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The Hobarton Mercury. FRIDAY MORNING, 4TH MAY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

Cfte %}obnvton utewuvj?« FRIDAY MORNING, 4TH MAY, 1855. Wa recur to the Licensing Act-a piece of legislation on which the longer we dwell, the moro disposed aro wo to marvel at the fatuity which conceived, and the timorous slavishncss of spirit which gave it eftect. This language, applied to a grave Legis- lative body, may 4>e thought somewhat unceremonious. Unfortunately it is true, and our justification is found in the dan- gerous tendency of such a Bpirit-the spirit, in truth of the conventicle, rather than the seuato. In perusing ita enact- ments, calling to mind at the same time the pseudo-religious clamour which urged it on, Ave feel ourselves justified in charac- terising the measure as full of intolerance and bigotry. We have already insisted upon the principio of legislation "the conservation of the public peace," But an Act l'ko thia is both inquisitorial and unjust. Partial in their views, iutoleraut in their deods, the framera of this precious Act have heaped wrong on...

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DEAR BREAD THROUGH THE LAND SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

DEAR BREAD THROUGH THE LAND SYSTEM. OUR commercial columns have announced the impending affliction-for it is nothing short of an aillction-of an advance in tho price of bread, above the present high figure of ninepence for the 21b. loaf. As we have been blessed with a prosperous season, aud as there are no indications presenting themselves that ploughing will bo delayed beyond the proper period for such operation, it must positively bo a marvel to the great bulk of the population that both grain unmanufactured and manufactured should be gradually creeping up to a famine price. The marvel can, however, be readily explained. The Government have created a monopoly in bread-stulï's by limiting the settlement of the land. As a matter of course, the more limited the area devoted to the production ol food the higher will be the price of what is produced ; and, again, where the area for production ia confined to within small limits, those who would be producers are of necessity only consume...

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LOCAL KEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

LOCAL NEWS .   THE SORELL" FRACAS."- Upon carefully read- ing Mr. Glover's " Advertisement" we find that it is of too libellous a character for our columns, and, therefore, will not be inserted. PATRIOTIC FUND.-The sum actually paid into the hands of the joint treasurers up to Saturday morning was upwards of £ 40,000. There is a large   amount yet to come in from the interior, and some of the divisions of the cityand environs included in   tho police district of Sydney, remain to be canvass- ed. The gentlemen appointed to the discharge of this duty will pardon our reminding them of the importance of immediate exertion.-Sydney M. Herald.     ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. -We are informed that   Messrs. A. & W. Sprigg, who recently arrived from England, as agents tor the Magnetic Electric Telegraph Company, waited on his Excellency the Governor' General yesterday, and submitted for his inspection the telegraph...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

FOB MELBOURNE Direct. .THE fine first class brigantine, \ ' EVPHBHI.1 W. ¡Shepheard, master, - tons register, will positively sail for the above port on SATURDAY next. For freight or pas- sage apply to Captain Shepheard on board or to HENRY LIPSCOMBE. Hobart Town, Moy 1. STEAM-BOAT MONARCH, AND COACH MONARCH. Speed, Safety, and Cheapness. MESSRS. BROWN & THOMSON, being determined to render the tra- velling of passengers and the transit of poods to and from Hobart Town and Green Ponds, the speediest, safest and cheapest line in the Australian Colonies, beg to notify that, on and from the 9th instant, their New Coach, MONARCH, which has been- built expressly for the com fort'and convenience of their support- ers, will be placed on the line of road be- tween Bridgewater and Green Ponds, and that, on and from that date, nil persons proceeding or returning to and from Green Ponds and Hobart Town, on the payment of 4s., will be entitled to an inside place in the coach to Bridgewat...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Seeond Week and Last Few Nights of Hff. JACOBS THE GREAT MAGICIAN $s VENTRILOQUIST . IMPROVISA TORE ami MESMERIST! Whoso Extraordinary Performances «on . tiutio to draw MOST FASHIONABLE AUDIENCES. THIS EVENING, FRIDAY,. 4TH MAY, . And Every Evening during tho week, ; Mu. JACODI j Will give his Grand ENTEHTAINME N T j ASTOUNDING WONDERS! ÍLLTJSTBATIVJ5 OF TUE FOLLOWING : Necromancy and ¡Dcmonology, lu addition to hie Marvellous Powers in THE VENTRILO.QUIAL ART 1 j Winch he ia the Acree of Wonder and ; Delight. ¡ His MULTII?LIT:D WOKDKRS and DEXTE BITÏ aro the theme of universal conversa- I tion;-and it is most respectfully intimated j that his slay in Hobart Town is LIMITED TO NEXT WEEK. SPECIAL AND IMPORTANT NOTICE On MONDAY EVENING, May 7, (THE LAST NIGOT BUT FIVE) H. JACOB'S GRA.XD ENTERTAINMENT will be under the Distinguished Patronage of COL, JACKSON ami the OFFICERS of the 9i>th REGIMENT on Avhieh occasion (by their kind permission) THE BAND OE THE EE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 May 1855

HOBART TOWN & Launceston MARINE Insurance i Cotnuiiv Cuinlal UW,fcOJ LMnhlishul lbJt, ' Outee btoiioUulldtiiK-i Hobart'lona * ¿)lj cctoi s Aflkih Morrison I Henry Hopkins 2.\l« .ml Goldsmith I Tliumiio Giblifi .lobn Foster . Thomar M'lc'don di, Mivttgcr , Michael M MIS, AlUUntnit John DolMon, boliotui Andiun Haig, buweyor I Agent at Lot nctston, John Munro I 1 W J/enml.er, Suneyor i. . Agent .( ilelbou) ne-J ames Haven, Collius-stwet t « ' Agent ni Hielong-Thom»» Ogllvy Agent at Attelant*-Meurs. PJ llcck&Co , Agents at London-Messrs Fuiwick, Laroche «nil Co, SC, , c i « St .Varyat Hill I THIS COMPANY having mudo arrangement! for the payment in London of clttms tor loss or »aragoon policios I cflectod by thom to england, aro now prepared to tbsuo policies payabio in London if required, tho bania being giuutud intripllcato, T MAC DOWELL, Manager TASMANIAN Ptro niul Ufo Insurance Company Capita £62,300 Established in tho >eui 1&J5. Office, Stone Buildings, Ma...

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SOLDIERS' FATHERS AND MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

SOLDIERS' FATHERS AND MOTHERS. The regulations hy which the funds for the friends of the fighting mon in Ihc East arc distributed have been somewhat eccen- tric from the commencement. ' At present the rules confine relief to the wives or the widows and children of soldiers. But fathers and mothers arc left distituto by the enlistment of their* sons, and their removal to fight or die in the Crimea. Why should fathers or mothers not share, the benevolence? To them the soldier owes his being, a sustenance from his hirth to his manhood,-and to thurn the State, for which the ^contributors of the fund pay their money, owe the body and stre- ngth, aye, and the bravery, ol'its defender. The natural claim of his parents upon him is recognised by the civil law ; and if the principal be, as it is, sound lind' good, upon which.the benefactions are generally . founded, the exclusion of parents is as | absind as it is inhuman. Humble parents there are in Lhnci-ickjfor ii siance, by whom I all the...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Two steamers of two thousand tons each are ac- tually on the stocks at NantcB, to he ulled with chloroform engines, and lo ply between llavie and New York.-New York Paper. Our new Governor, Major Kennedy, experienced ' a narrow escape from shipwreck when on his way from the African coast to England in the steamer Forerunner, which vessel struck on p. rock oft' Ma- deira, anti almost immediately went down, only five out of nineteen passongers being saved ¡ among the former was Governor Kennedy, who was the last to leave the sinking vessel, and used every eflbrt to save his unfortunate fellow-pa&sengcrs. - Perth Enquirer. We learn from Captain Blair, of the Jeune Lucio, that in July of 1854, an English vessel, name un- known, was lost to the southward of Woodlark Inland, aud that seven of the crew, who reached an island close by, were murdered hy the natives.. Some one of the Italian missionaries stationed in [ that group, purchased from the said native...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

"NOTICE-TO CORRESPONDENTS. "" Jingling Johnny."-Your letter .is upon a very important subject, but is not couched n languagec " Kufhciciitly "PaiHuincnUry" for our columns. *" W. H. G.," SoieK.-Your request ' cannot b . .complied With, ? -

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POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrale. FRIDAY, 4TH MAY., 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

P(ÍLÍCE¡ reivw. Jîefore the Chief'^Police Magistrale. '\ FniDAv, 4t¿ May., j 855. ' Thepe were pnly nine casca on the slicct this morning, which wow dit nosed ol M )telloW:-T - W I X)runkuid's List-Catherine Marmy, fined ' £\, 5s, to the eui stable ; George ¡shipley ¿1 Sa} to the constable; Peter Lahgun, hu Sq, 'cond appearance this year, £2, 5s. to the con. stable; John Smith, t.l., without a coat aud vcrv dirtv, ¿I, 6s. to the constable." Disturbing the Pence-«lumea Uasire, 11 was charged with this offence, when he saul' heteituiiily had disturbed the peace in onó way, but nut iu imother. His Wniship tolj him he lould not take a «mahned plca¡ lu» must keep to one way or the other j the de. Fendant then pleaded guilty and was fined 5s It appeared that the defendant h id hecn re. commended for a conditional paidon, the ob. tainintnt of whit h indulgence would be ic. turded hy this misrouduct. Elizabeth M'Donald, t.l,, a smart-looking youngwoman, and married, pleaded guilty to the Mi...

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PUBLIC MEETING- AT LAUNCESTON, FOR THE REPEAL OP THE MASTER AND SERVANTS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

PUBLIC MEETING- AT LAUNCES- TON, -FOB TUE REPEAL OP THE MASTER AND SERVANTS ACT. On Friday evening a public meeting of the labouring classes vraa "held at the Temperance Hall, to take into consider- ation the petition adopted at Hobarton, praying the council to repeal the obnox- ious clauses of the above act. Tho meet- ing was well attended, and the1 deepest in- terest was manifested in the question. Tlio chair was^token by Mr Joseph Kemp, and the meeting was most unanimous, having been addressed .'by Mr. Hollis and Mr. James, the delegates from Hobarton, and the nccessorv resolutions having past, the meeting dispersed. Messrs. \V. A. Gardner, and Adyo Douglas, M. L, C's. were present on the occasion, and took a ¡lively interest in the proceedings. The Clarence steamer had not arrived at Launceston when .the mail loft yester- day morning. ,

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Present;-His Worship, the Mayor; Alder- men Lipscombe, O'Reilly, Rheuben, Simms,   Sly, and Thomson. Friday, 4th May, 1855. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Alderman Lipscombe brought up a Report from the Market Committee, and Alderman Thomson another from the Public Works' Committee. Alderman Simms presented a letter from Mr. R. Lewis, urging the necessity of nn im medi ite alteration in the Crock., near his pre- mises, aud suggesting that it might be under- taken cither by public subscription, or by con- tract ; and complaining of Mr. J. Regan np Eropriating to himself some stones fi oin the ed of the livulet. After a si ort discusión on the boundaries of the ctee'e, and the power the cm potation had over the livulet, A Ide i man Thomson contended that the Council, as a body, should strenuously m lio- min their rights to the utmost stretch ; and not only support their authority but their dig- nity as a Corporation. Aldcimat...

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Commercial Intelligence LAND CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

flamm* mal tuteüi'sntre 1, AN JJ CIKCU-LAK.^ ft *, -"Xk^rHOSkalTi» docideBrj' improving, and arriving ^ ' iÄ4anrjiefcahihy tonfrthan weCiave Iftid fqr some 1 ¡tim»; in fact,3the temporary .enfermons criées ob ittiutd here, (ctmcqucnt cn ùthb excitement for Incoming landholdc» m the ?djaceui.calonies), are .j -almost forgotten, and th¿ "ratos now »obtainable wáüdb.üj must cates amply remunerate the vendor, ' -" '_mu>mi*c a «teadj continuance. t > Minali farms, for sale or lease, are quoted at iea- ii -tonsfflle tatcb, but on account >of the advancing J «eiieou diere is uot so great a demand» i - -Suburban allotments are enquired far, hut in- . trending punchaseis expect a iurther decline in (price, and are .therefore not eager to purchase. £ify .Allotments, dull of sale. ; -Capitalists at length, teemed to have turned then I .attention, es a valuable investment, to the erection - tf small tenements. ¡This is a move in the right ?direction, lor besides ytclduig a handsome per...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

FOR MELBOURNE Direct. .THE fine first class brigán tine, i ÍSITPIIISIKIA. W. ahophcnrd, master, - tons register, will positively sail for the above port on .XO-MOKROW'. Por freight or pas- sage apply to Captain SUcphcard on board or to Hesry Lipscombe. Hobart Town, May 1. STEAM-BOAT MONARCH, AND COACH MONARCH. MES Speed, Safety and Cheapness. ESSRS. BROWN & THOMSON, _ being determined to render the tra¿ veiling of passengers and the transit of goods to and from Hobart Town and Green Ponds, the speediest, safest, and cheapest line iu the Australian Colonies, beg to notify that, on and from the 9th instant, their New Coach, MONARCH, which has been built expressly for the comfort and convenience of their support- ers, will be placed on the line of road be- tween Bridgewater and Green Ponds, and that, on and from that date, all persons Ïroceeding or returning to and from Green 'onds and Hobart Town, on the payment of 4s., will be entitled to an inside place in the coach to Bridg...

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CHINA. (From the Celestial Times, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 May 1855

CHINA. (From the Celestial Times, A ransom of 8000 taels has been offered by the mandarins for the restoration of ten of those junks taken hythe rebels in the engagement on 7th inst., of which we gave an account in our last issue, They have also made proposals to the chief of a power- ful body of rebels at Kudan, to join the Imperial forces, and aid in exterminating the rest, promising him, as a reward, ¡i button ¡md a considerable sum of money. It is said the chief has agreed to these terms and will send a fleet of 100 junks to co-op- erate with that of the mandarins. On Tuesday night, 300 rebel boats return- ed to the Fort it\ Blenheim Reach fiom a piratical expedition to Sau-tong (in tin; Sugar District) with a plunder of 7 or 800 pcculs of sugar. It is reported, that hav- ing met with some resistance from the in- habitants, they set fire to the village, and burned a great portion of it. This sugar will, of course, in commom with other goods obtained in a similar manner, _be offe...

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