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The [?] mercury. WEDNESDAY MORNING 9TH MAY, 1855. [?] LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 May 1855

«sfaHB$#rc*ww«** vOij^mMiimmml.-orH may, ms. a filia .-iiioFibu .ínoo'i- ?_ teüTEfif^Ög^ NEWS. By the arrival of ^©¿.Frances /lenty at Pqg&trjd) «fëiUana :>tw* bEnglish papers to the 7th of Februar.yir$i*ye readied that town^^WnÇbaijitpiiAfiiffajlglit the intelli gencoj.fifjAeí ajrjtfftl ^áfiel^nrne ; but iin Í(»ituijg¿;]í{,t^ÍalPAI«Bñl,%liad been smug- gled away by the passgqgej-*, and wo are consem\eiitlv;%tfiigsf}¡£fif|tl¿ news beyond ., ,jc«_* v.,- ^yhßjCranccs rîenty liPßßr''» an(* sP°'ie voyage, that vessel havingjjpflgd ¿oAsCffi»qjtfSr3 *imc' vïz" 'I10 5th under contract to perform ¿he voyage in .hfeavy penalty. ' ve built by the _-_.f___ __ _ -fS... jiad been taken up foi*tííé'fcoilveyaiÍce of tlie. mails to this coloníMetfflLMdP'' """ïfcMollp .imitacil* munna .. . }hWf&mm^\fiffl'l}" »I0 P»Per3 betöre us hs an official notification from .. ._ _.. .1.^..! .1 . "february appoint [éutonant- Govern Thrfr^trfllitellWBIPl>aBll.rmed on the 3rd hfttoliniiWp.&am...

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

fWBAK'r TOWN « Launceston MARINE Insurance la jCtanpany Capital 1«J,M)> litUiblitihcd lSJß ' OUlce »taue Bulldlags. Hobart Tonn Directors .. i Aakln Morrison I HenrVttopkin« ¿Edward Goldsmith J Thomas (jibliu John Foster i"1 Tliooiag Macdowell, Manager Michael JA aus, Accountant John Dobson, Solicitor Andrer Haig, Surveyor Agent at Lamanon, John Monro W i/umlker, Surveyor Agent at Welbourne-.lames Raven, (Collina s tract Agent at ««tey-Tiloma* Ogllvy Agent at Adelaul^HeBzrs.V J Heck a. Co Agents «< London-Missr« Fenwick, I arocha sail Co, 38, St JZary.it Hill THIS COMPANY liaunj? made arrangements for the paymout in London of claims foi loss or u\eiagoou policies «ducted by Uimi to England, ure now prepaud to issue pulidas pavablo in landon' if required, the nome being «runted, "inti ipi trlitc, ?. T MaC Dowe'.l, Jíanagtr rnASlIAMAN rim and Life Ius.iranoo Company Capita A Í03.SOO Established iu tlio year 1835. ?Oßce, State Buildings, ¿laeauarie-stnet, Uaoart Tea». DIl...

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FASHIONABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

TUB MAYOR OF MELHIURKE.-Amongst the recent fashionable visitors lo our city, we notice with pleasure, ,thc arrival of John Thomas Smith, Esq., tho Right Worshipful the Mayor of Mel- bourne, and Member of the Legislative Council, for Victoria. We hail visits ol' this character as the precursors to much good. Mr Smith will now have a personal oppoitunity of tracing how grossly this colony has been maligned by its enemies.

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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLI- GENCE. The Portland Guardian of the 30th nit acknowledges having received by the Fran- ces Henty, intelligence fron England to the 5th February. The paper of latest date which reached Melbourne was the Sunday Times, which was jyiibli&hcd on the 4th of February. As the date quoted by our con- temporary is really two days' Inter than the Sunday paper referred to we have availed ourselves of such'additional information as this new source affords us. ' LATEST FROM THE CRIMEA {From Hie Times of Bib 5th.) ' We liavo received the following telegrap- hic despatch from our special correspondent in the Gi ¡mea dated Balaclava January 37: " There is no firing on our side. " The weather is frosty at night ; very mild and fino during the day. " The siege works are advancing. " The army is still sickly SPrince McnschikofFhas gone northwards. " The Russians make constant sorties, and continued filing upon the French lines and pickets. Supplies are gone up to the ca...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

SYDNEY ÄJ.-VKKBTS S Wheat and Flour.-NVc have lind a very accept- able addition to our bare stock of brea (Ktull's ,/'ust received from Valparaiso which report that during the short space of five weeks, from 27th December to the -ith of February, 23 vessels had sailed, or were nearly ready to sail, tor ibu port and Alilbournc, catrying between SOO and DUO tons of M hi at and Anur. At this rate our expected supplies v¡ ill be equal to, if not linger than, our demands, i hilliiin fkur had, however, goi:e u,>, and other letters mention a difficulty in procuring immediate cai'ko-S'jdmy Morning Herald, May 1. Friday, 27th April, 1055. Wheat and Flour.-Wo have had a very accept- able addition to our bare stock of breiidM tills by the arrival of three cargoes from the west -coast. The Pride of the Seas has brought 2000 bushels wheat, imported for Mcrsrs Grimwood, and li Chuko, one-half of whiih has been sold tit a shade under Ids., and the remainder goes into immediate consumption. The ...

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MACQUARIE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

MACQUARTE PLAINS. Mil. CHAS. PRICE, Storekeeper; Macquarie Plains, has been appointed Agent'for the Mer- cury in th».l district. Mr. Price is ' empowered to'grant receipts on account of monies due to the undersigned. * ' ' ' JOHN DAVIES. 9th May, 1855.

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THE NEW COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

THE NEW COMMISSION. WE publish to-day, the " Circular" from His Excellency in reference to the New Commission of the Peace, to which allusion was made in this Journal somo limo ago : the whole tenor of this document proves, that an important movement has been' made in the right direction, and we fool assured that it will meet the approbation of all right-thinking men. In districts whore there is no magistrate paid to officiate, w» would recommend that a solicitor, well-versed in the business of the Bench, should he appointed as Clerk of Petty Sessions, so as to become the legal adviser of the Bench, as is the custom in England. ' [Circular.] ' ! » Colonial Secretary's Office, . ,80th'April,-IS¿.J. . Sin,-I am directed lo inform you that a New Commission of tile Tosca is abuut to be issued ¡ and that tho Governor will be glad to avail himself of your services as a Magistrajc of Iho Territory, if you are willing to not in that capacity. * '_;--'*, I am, at the same time, to point out ...

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Before the Chief Police Magistrate and Captain Bateman. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

JÓefore Vie Chief Police Magistrate and Captain Bateman. ?'. '' \ . Assault.-Adams v. Jacobs.-In this case, Mrs. Maria Adams was the complainant, and Mrs. Ann Jacobs the defendant; both parties' reside in Burnett-street, and, from the state- ment of the complainant, it appeared that oii the 27th of April, us she passed the defen- dant's door, kite asked her what she meant by scandalizing her ? With that, she called cotnr pliinant what we cannot mention to " ears polite," and, after a few more words of expos- tulation, struck her in the face with her fist, and on the arm und shoulders with a broom, which she broke in pieces ; she then tore u quantity of hair from Mrs. Adams's head, und followed her across the street, beating her with ber fists. In cross-examination by Mr. Knight, the complainant said she wa» quite sober at the time; she was not inside the de- fendant's fence ; she threw one stone towards the door after she liad- struck her ; she told the defendant if she did not hold...

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DEPUTATION TO HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

DEPUTATION TO HIS EXCEL- LENCY. A Deputation of the Working Clares, which consisted of Messrs. Hollis, Filer, Richards, Pa tri tige, and James, were ad- mitted to an audience with bia Excellency yesterday, at 12 o'clock, according to ap- pointment, on matters connected with the Masters' nnd »Servants' Act. Mr- Hollis read the address which had been prepared for the occasion, and which embodied all the complaints set forth in the petition, which has been already published in this paper. At the conclusion of the same, his Ex- cellency stated, that he would forward a special message to tho Legislative Assem- bly, at its first sitting, recommending an early consideration of the matter contained in the said address, and he had no doubt   that laws would be passed to meet the wishes of the deputation, and to suit the exigencies of the colony in general.   Mr. Hollis thanked his Excellency for   the very kind manner in which the depu- tation had been ...

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LAUNCESION, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

L.UINCIIälON, .NiAY i). Tn the absence of any alteration in the markets, we can only report former tem arks. The demand fur'wheat at 13s to I3i Gd per bushel continues equal lo the supply. Fine flour, .£33 to ,t'3t> p¡;r ton. Seconds du ,£35 to £'3(i. The Melbourne market I e'mg fully supplied, oats have declined in value, goo 1 samplet) h:ive ben olfciedat?* (id to E». l'.ailey, 7< to 7s Cd. Wan, 3s to 3s, 3d pci hushel The market lins bein better supplied of live with potatoes, und prime Mimpl'H from Circular Ilr-wl can be obtained for £1S tiwi* If) to £\'J per tim. Inftiior, £15 to£!7.C Chronicle.

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ALND CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

ALND CIRCULAR. Prices firm, with an impioving market. House properties from JCHOO to £2000 are cn quirod'i'or, and several have changed hands this | week. ' Alow lots of uncleared land at the Huon, have met i cady sale at à paying uguie. Tlia^demand for small tenements is, if possible, on tho increase. Mortgages, on good security, aro quoted at 7 Hr.NiiY Tins & Co., Land, House, and Estate Agents, Corner of Collins and Argyle-streets. IIohailTown, May 11.

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

ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF TASMANIA. . i . rpiIE SECOND EXHIBITION of the J- above Society will be held in the NEW MARKET on the 21th MAY. Doors open to the Public from 12 A, M. to .1 P.M. Admission to non-subscribers Is. -' Children under 12 years of agc half-price. '< Any person ou the payment of 10s. to be - ' considered a member for the year. REGULATIONS. . 1.-The Judges will be empowered to withhold - or modify the prizes in any ot the classes iii w Inch specimen» are of inferior quality ; also to recoin mend additional prizes for specimens of extra me- rit j and their decision in all cases to be final. .¿.-All specimens must be the property of the exhibitor ; and the discovery of any false' state- ments of proprietorship of the specimens or theil ages or otherwise wilr nullify all claims on the promoters of the Exhibition. 3.-The ages of ti»e Chickens must be accurately stated ; and it is desirable that tho ages of the spe- cimens should "be stated as far as known. 4...

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

NOTICE.-GENERAL SALE. Messrs WURLEY and FRODSHAMS General Stile at the Hart will be held on WEDNESDAY, tho 23rd, tho follow ina day {being Thursday, the 2-lth) being set apart in honor of Mer Majesty's Hirt Itday ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. TSE LAST WEEK OF JACOBS THE GREAT WIZARD ! whose stay in Hobarton cannot possibly , be extended boyond SATURDAY EV.ENINGr NEXT, May 12,1855. Up to Last ^Evening JACOBS' EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCES have been honored by the Immediato Patronge and Presence of HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR SIR E F H YQUîlG-LADY Ï0UN3 The principal of the elite and liberal citi- zens of Hobarton, amounting in so short a timo to the enormous number of 9,260 FENSONS who will ono and all bear testimony to IIIS ASTOUNDING -POWERS ! This success is most gratefully acknow- ledged by Mr. Jacobs, who desires to take this opportunity of returning bis sincere thanks, and in announcing His Last Two ¡Blights, gives the following programme for the same ON FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 11, (the LaB...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

|>(ji|i|iiug jUrpnrt ' -May 1-Barque Glencoe, IßO tons, Lang, from Port Albert, with 02 head of cattle. Agent, W A Guesdpn.- ' », . _0-II M S Fantome, 12 guns, Guinneys, commander, from Port Jackson. £-10-Schooner Flying Fishi 122 tons, E Lunas, from Melbourne 4th instant, with sundries. Two Rteerage passeugers. I -ID-Schooner Creole, 144 tons, A Griggs, j from Melbourne, 3 instant, with sundries. Pas- sengers-Mr lïacon, Mrs Nash ¡«id infant, Mr Arniktiojig, Mr W GiiJlith, Mr C Watson, and 9 [Kainga. May 9-Bl ig Julia, 111 "tons, Da.it, for the South Seas, in ballast. -9-Steamer Marion, 133 tons, M'Lean, for Melbourne! passengers-Mr G B Elliott, Captain Callaghan, Mr and Mrs W Hutchinson and 2 childi«), Mr J Kerr, Mr G Dacey. Steerage Ellen and Donnie Tooney, Wm Johnson, and 2 privatev 40th Regt. -lO-Schooner Gem, 120 lons, W Baker, for Melbourne, with sundries. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. Barque Glencoe from Port Albert-70 head callie,-151 sheep. Creole, i'roi i Melbourne-12 wheel-barr...

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CITY-ELECTION. NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

CITY -ELECTION; NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF CANDIDATE. On Wednesday nt noon, the nomination of a candidate for the City, in the place of Air. JohnDunn, junr., resigned, took place at the Hustings, fucing the New Market, before R. Chester Eardley Wilmot, Esq , the Returning Ofliecr. A few minutes before the appointed time, John Lord, Esq., supported hy Messrs. Askin ¡Morrison and Thomas Macdowell, his proposer and seconder, arrived at the dustings .accompanied by a numerous procession, bear- ing banners, and wearing rescues composed of the candidate's colours,-crimson, white and green. Mr Lord's carriage, and four cream coloured horses, driven hy Mr Frost, and carrying some of the most respectable of our citxens was h roiight up in first ,iute style in front of tlie hustings, which were crowded with the represe nttitivcs of the. commercial and mercantile wealth of the capital. Precisely at 12 o'clock, the Returning Odicer presented himself, and having read the writ authorising the ele...

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The Hobarton Mercury. FRIDAY MORNING, 11TH MAY. 1855. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

Çïic gMiavtow $ffevntV#» FRTDAY MORNING, 11 TU MAY. 1855. No. III. OXCJG again we oiler our devoirs to Hie church ! the church of Christ do wo incut ? nay, tis to the many-headed, immy-nriiKfJ, inirusho, grasping, yet ovnnesccnl and shadowy phantasm, which under, a hundred names, and under as many ludicrous antitheses, arrogates to itself n namo which God aud nature uccr gave to it ; but which it has for ages converted into a potent, a fatal engine for crushing, Juggheriiaut like, tho bodies and souls of its deluded victims to the very dust, títere to writhe, abject and prostrate, liko earthworms on the broad highway, which, when men will open their eyes, may be to them tho high- way of righteousness and peace. If yjbu would have a nation of slaves always select the most ignorant men you can fiud : if you would keep them slaves shut up the book of knowledge from their eyes ; and, if you would convert them into fanatics and bigots, imbue them with falso doctrine. "We have asserted th...

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Commercial Intelligencee [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

(Somme vt ¿al ttotdliçgnrec ; The markets geneially are looking up. Wheat lias advanced sixpence per bushel, with a further ; pjobpect of a lise, 'fho Mimosa, which au:\cd .yesterday, biou^ht only a veiy small quantity ulrich was consigned to one finn ., .rid the Quien, 'from IMlwnioi, \\i.s ci,i ri y deficient in ca.go Tile Mimoia's. caiço wa* principally buller and fruit. Potatoes lime bet-n purcli irc.l at £18 per ton for expoi talion ; and a considerable quantity of Swede tmnips and cairots will bo sent to Mel lounie in the City of Hobart, which will leave our port to day. Timber is on the advance, and a demand has been made for home consumption. Tile lease of a thirty nae" i'.mvt, at New Town,, in the occtipilion of Mrs. Wilson, waa sold by j Mcssis. Woilcy and Frodsham for ¿Í250, and the' Block and lurnituie realised good prices. HOBARTON I'ltlCE CURRENT. All «ríteles not specified in lorn! duty paid All Spit its aie in bond. Corrected up to Thursday evening at four o'clock Al...

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LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

LO O At «.»wc» Tun WIZARD JACOBS exhibits his extraordinary feats for the last time to-night and to -morrow flight. The manner in which his performances have been conducted Iui3 afforded universal com- mendation- chaste, classical, graceful, and very marvellous withal, tho numerous spectators have boen most highly gratified. Our friend, the "Wizard of 'Wizards," Jacobs, proceeds to Laun- ceston, and we most cordially wish him that success which he so richly deserves. Although wc thus re- luctantly wish the Wizaul farewell, wc cannot hut mention his managing agent, Mr. Wilton, whoso great experience and energy have been gi catty conducive to the interests ol' tiro establishment, and Whose attention and civility to the public have gained for him well-merited praise. We may men . lion that Mr. Wilton introduced Jenny Lind and the Distan family to the American public, and that he is also the'agent to the celebrated tragedian, (>, V. Brooke, with other theatrical celebrities. Pos- ses...

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

STEAM-BOAT MONARCH, AND COACH MONARCH. Speed, Safety, and Cheapness. MESSRS. BROWN & THOMSON, being determined to render the tra- velling of paBBengere and the transit of goods to and from Hobart Town and Oreen 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 ha9 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 proceeding or returning to and fiom Green Ponds and Hobart Town, on the payment of 4s., will be entitled to an inside place in the coach to Bridgewater, and a cabin pas- sage in the steam-boat to or from Hobart Town ; and all persons, on the payment of 3s., will be entitled to the same convey- ance outside the coach, and in the steer ago of the boat, Those who prefer the coach from Green Ponds througb'to Hobart Town, ...

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POLICE REPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate. WEDNESDAY, 9TH MAY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 May 1855

P0LIC12 IllSPORT. Before the Chief Police Magistrate. WEDNESDAY, 9TII MAY, 1S53. Drunkards' hist-The following baccliättl linns were each fined £1. Michael Raivlinji George Marshall, Henry Tcavor, Mary Mr donald. Robbery by a Female.-.lane Stewart, i voting nymph of the pave, was charged i¡ William Boxall, stonemason, of Goulliurn-ü. with robbing him of £27, on the night of fe 1 ltli of April. The particulars of the cases» as follow :-Tlie prosecutor, coming from li! races, met the prisoner in 'Liverpool-street, id accompanied her to a house in Murray-slitH opposite the Plough and Harrow; hesentfe some drink and went up-sttiirs, and soon «!. terwitrds missed his port-inonie, which con- tained ifi^f). On accusing the prisoner of hing him, she struck him on the eye w pot, and returned him the purse and A saying that was all that it contained,- lie Ita went to the door anti called " Police," «fa some man caine in and the prosecutor ira obliged to leave the bonne. Tito next mt«*-, ing h...

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