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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

QUIET APARTMENTS. ''PUREE or four singlo Gentlemen eau I be accommodated with Board and Furnished Apartments, at No. 4>, Nile Terrace. May 9th, 1855. £5 REWARD. LOST or Stolen, from alongside Mr. A damson's coal what f, an iron Boat of about uve tons but then, painted gi con inside, and black outside, Any person restoiing the same shall receive the lewaid of £5 by application to this o Hice. BROWN BEAR, Harrington-street. THE Undersigned, having taken the above Licensed House, begs to in- form his friends and the public that they w'll find good accommodation for Man and Horse, having good stabling on the pre- mises. Horse and Gig to let. or Saddle Horse JAME NEWTON, Late of the Crown and Anchor, New Town. Hobart Town May 12* NOTICE. I HAVING purchased near£300O worth . of tembcr at South Port, from Mr. E. K. Lennon and having branded a good portion of it with my brand and under- standing that a quantity of it has been shipped up to Hobart Town and sold : I hcrebyc aution all pers...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS None. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

Ijnpp.il iUpurt ARRIVALS ' None. nnpAUTuiu:«!. May 14-William IIül, brig, 120 loiv; Tregur tha.,' tor Adelaide. CI.I.AKED our, 14-Red Rover, schooner, (15 tons, Ledwell, for Warrnambool: passengers, Mr and ¿1rs Caiey and family. IMPORTS AND VEXPORTL ' . -,-- y. <U IML'OltlM. ) "¡ ! Nil. .' f| S j } . ExroiiTs. ., » Per- Red Rover> for y "Warrnambool-23,1(15 palings. 8,303 joints and linarteritig,v'*3000 'inch bonriN, 2,500 battens, lui) bundies shittgies, 100 ditto Lulu, 10 casks apples, Gilles brothers.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

WINTER GOODS, Tho undersigned has just received per 'Phillip Laing,'khis usual stock of AUTUMM AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising, waterproof Beavers and Bearskins, in all colours. Stool and Oxford Greys. Buckskins, Silk Mixtures, Doeskins, <£.c., for Winter Trowserings. A largo assortment of "Winter Vestings, iu rich Shawl Patterns, Silks, Velvets, Satius « «te., &c, &c. Also a few pairs of Buckskin BreecheB, from a West End House. M, FITZGERALD, Elizabeth Street 14th May. NEW GOODS AT HOBART HOUSE. 83, The undersigned is now opening a large and well-selected Btock of [GENERAL DRAPERY, Suif alle to the present Season, comprising, Silk and Cloth mantles, shawls, furs, polkas, silks, merinos, Coburgs, rich cashmere and delaine dresses, gala plaids, prints, flannels, blankets, counterpanes, linen and Wigan sheetings, table linen damasks and huckabacks, Irish linens, stays, shoes and HABEBDASHEBY. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, &c. Hosiery and Gloves Scotch Lam...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

JUST ÍIH UWE TOI TH» WOTTEffi NOW UNPACKING Ono hundred Cases and Trunks of Winter Boots and Shoes, all direct from Ino most Famous manufacturers, '' EXPRESSLY TO ORDER.' HOUSE O CD HU a CO. £3 ^ S3 a CP Co O a© £EÎC5ùtlD3}DeGC0CEl0 CONSISTING OP GENT.'S PATENT THIGH BOOTS LADIES' best doth gashed hoot» " ditto ditto Riding ditto ditto kid-topped walking ditto ditto ditto Napoleon ditto ditto kid elastic-sole ditto, in latest fashion ditto grained leather Napoleon ditto ditto high-heel, red top, and elastic side ditto clumped Wellingtons, strong ditto bo ts as worn by the Queen ditto strong shooting ditto ditto India rubber goloshes, Sic, Sec, &c, ditto ditto Balmoral ditto ditto India rubber thigh (ditto CHILDRENS' double-strap Shoes ditto ditto ditto, Napoleons ditto ditto ditto boots ditto ditto Goloshus, &c. &c. ditto India rubber ditto YOUTH S Winter Boots and Shoes ol* evci y des- ditto carriage ditto criplion ditto felt boots, ditto, very wann. Also, S...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

»8W &»& G$3&» ©m&s©«*« AT TUB CRITERION WAREHOUSE, 100 LIVERPOOL STREET The Undersigned most respectfully begs to inform the public that ho is selling NEW, G 0 0.D S _ AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES Which he believes will be appreciated by every customer who may give the Goods at the Criterion Warehouse a trial. JOS. J, OVERELL May lfth, 1855.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

FOR GEELONG DIRECT. ¿i Regular Trader. THE DART, 154 tons register, , Henry Saosom, master, having all > her dead weight engaged, will positively sail for the ahovc port on Satur« day next, the 19th instant. For freight or passage apply to the master on board, or to C. LOVETT. Franklin Whaif, 12th May. STEAM-BOAT MONARCH, AND COACH MONARCH. ' Speedy Safety, and Cheapness. MESSRS. BROWN & THOMSON, being determined to rentier the tra- velling of passengers and tlio transit of goods to and from Hobart Town and Green. Ponds, the speediest, safest, and cheapest line in the Australian Colonies, beg to notify that, oh 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 proceeding or returning to and from Green Ponds and Hobart Town, on the payment of 48., will be entitled to an...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE, WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF Country Storekeepers, Settlors, Heads of Families & Dealerg. The Undersigned,who purposes to REMOVE from 'Cheapside House' early in July next, to those premises in Collins-street, long and well-known as MR. T. Y. LOWES' EXCHANGE MAUT, Begs to announce that, in order to facilitate his removal, ho intends to commence at once to dispose of Ina extensivo Stock of Teas; Sug'nrs, General Groceries and Oilmen'* Stores, ¡ On the most ndvnntagcoua terms to buyers. <? DANIEL GRAHAM, CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. May 10th, 1855.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

IMPORTANT TO ALL ! ! ! MR GUSTAVOS GABRIEL Snrgical and Mechanical Dentist, 29, MURRAY S1REET. HOBART TOWN. IN returning his sincere thanks for the extensive patronage he has received from the gentry and inhabitants of Hobart Torn and ita vicinities gen- erally, begs to remind them that he ' continues to perforai every operation- in Surgical or Mechanical Dentistry with that uniform satisfaction to his pa'rons which has attended his practice throughout. He begs also to impr ess upon the minds of the public that as his relative» in England are members of tile same profession, and he regularly receives through them large supplies of the best Artificial Teeth and every material requisite to his practice, he is enabled to oiTcr them udvantages which he. thinks no other Dentist in this colony possesses. The ARTIFICIAL TEETH, as supplied by him, are so generally known in Hobart Town for their usefulness and the benefits resulting from them, that he thinks it unnecessary to make much comme...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

'"BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS, Murray-street, Hobarton, THE Polite Art of Biding, with the full management of the Horse taught daily, at the Circus, by Mr H. Burton Ladies from 1 to 2 ; Gentlemen from 3 to *, o'elock. Quiet and well trained ponies for Juveniles. Cards of Terms at the Mercury office, or at the Circus. MORE NOVELTIES. AT BURTONS NATIONAL CIRCUS,' Murray Street, Hobart Town, OPEN EVERT EVENING. During the Week. WITH THE BEAUTIFUL STUD or HORSES And Lilliputian PUNIES, Admired »like for their Symmetry and high teals of Training. On Monday, Tuesday aud Wednesday, Enthusiastic Cheers for M. Pablo Fanque Trom Astlej's London, AND MASTER WALTER BURTON, Tile Prince of Riders. New Scenes in tho Circle-Mr Burton's highly-trained Newfoundland Dog. The astounding LaPercho of Pablo Panqué and Herr Chri&toft*, &c. Prices of Admission -Dress Cuele, 6s, Boxes, 5s, Pit, 2s Gd. Children under nine, half price to the Dress Circle and Boxes only. Doors open at seven o'clock...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

0'JTJB.A.ÍOJ. 'H'» MJSlLKtDWSBIïîBii. . .. Tvîk '.''"0 ''. S- N* Cn>'s steamship ¿\¿Jgr^^|or MELBOURNE on Weil llCMlkiy -Ord instant, at noon. . i CIIAULLS Tom, , , . Manager, T H.N. Co Old Wharf, loth May, 1855. » ! TQ' First Class ECofcoI Keepers. Pi'ivalo 1'amilics and others' TO LET-thoso eligible and centric- ¡ cnlly situated premises, > > - W MACQUARIE STUEET, Opposite G ovornmont IIouso, And ni present in the occupation of Her Majesty's Government for the Comptroller General's Department, Thppo promises aro most admiräbl y ndap t ed for a FAMILY HOTBXi, Oil PRIVATE MANSION and contain 'eighteen largo rooms, besides KITCHENS, STARLXNa Outhouses, &e., with every other couven ionce. , Possession can be ghclion the ist of September next. Por further particulars apply to M. FlT/GKltAIil», Eli/.abeth-strcot. May loth, 1S55 New Catholic Books. «lust, received. & on stile ¡it very low prices CATHOLIC ) OOK D3P0T, A fresh supply of handsomely bound VHIYIH BOOK...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

S Y I) N lî Y. We hnve intelligence from Sydney to the 5th instant. . There are numerous reports current respect- ing changes likely to take place immediately in the legislative body. .Col. Gibbes, who lim held the office of Collector of Customs for about twenty years, it ia said, bus asked leave tu retire. " ilis olliciul membership is to be filled up by the ¡Mailer ol' the Mint, Cnpt. Wurd, and tobe succeeded in the Customs by Mr. George Fitzroy. Why the latter gentle- man, who, it may lie presumed, is utterly ig- norant ol' the Customs business, is to be ele- vated over the bead of the chief cletk, ia a matter for enquiry when the Council meet, Mr. Holden and Mr. Cos alio purpose resign- ing. We trust respectable and independent gentlemen will be selected by the Goycrnor (iencrti). There are many men in Ibis com- munity who, for intelligence ami colonial standing, are far superior to some of the elect- ed members ; in fact, hut for the nominees, the properly and intelligence of t...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

¿OYAL VICTORIA ' THEATRE. An Amateur Diamatiu Performance iu aid of the . \, ^\ PATRIOTIC FUND vwftl flake"place at this Theatre, under the distinguished patronage of ¿-ins 'EXCELLENCY i THE GOVERNOR and LADY YOUNG. On FRIDIY, llio ISt'i MAY, 1S3Ï Upon which occasion will he performed, (for the first time at this theatre,) Selby'a --- amusiug btu'letta, in one act, entitled, Frederick of Prussia ?Or the Monarch and the Mimic. After which a selection of scenes from Sliakspeare's Henry the SVrartk The Evening's Entertainments will con "elude with Moncrieff'» laugh, iblc farce, TheSpectre Bridegroom Ora Ghost in spite of Himself. " 'The c1 aracters by Mossrs Beaumont, Boot Brewer, Elliston, Martin, Webster, &c. Mrs Burdett, and Miss Watson Mrs Clarence Holt has most kindly placed her services at the disposal of tho Anm » tcurs and will perform in two pieces. * ' ' By the kind permission of ?\1Oi O L O IT E L J A O K S O JST TltE BAND OF THE 89th REGIMENT Mill be in attendance. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

A GENTLEMEN'S BOYS' & YOUTHS' WIiNTER CLOTHING. LARGE Stock of the above, ex Crystal Palace, and Zcepard, with Hosiery, Shirts, Hats, Caps, &c, &c, now opened by the nudoisigned expressly to order. N.B.-Country Orders carefully attend- ed to. No second price. W. GRAHAM, Robert's Buildings, 154, Liverpool-street. May 4, 1855. GERMAN IMMIGRATION ! ! ! ONE of our Firm being about to proceed in the course of a few months to KllVAPn «na \*r»f3 +f* .1.T«.- -«U.-' -.«.«^-«¿~_~-.f private individuals and the public gene- rally, who may be desirous of obtaining German labourers, servants, or mechanics to the fact that, from our extensive con- nection throughout ail parts of Germany, we have peculiar facilities for the selec- tion of proper parties to fill any situation, either as jewellers, watchmakers^ tailors, confectioners, carpenters, joiners, brick- layers, stonemasons, farm or general sei vants, &c. For further particulars and contracts apply to the Unde...

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The Hobarton Mercury. WEDNESDAY MORNING, 16TH MAY, 1855. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

Cite íSobartóit fàevtùvn* WEDNESDAY MORNING, lorn MAY. 1S55. No. IV. WE propose to enquire " What manner of Church that ought io be, which should be really cnlitled to statc-pa'y ? " At first sight, a question like this ap- pears to admit of no answer save a total denial that any such church can exist. B.tt a little more thought will show us that the valid objections which wo have already .adduced against the union of church and state, though strictly applica- ble to things as they now are, might under seveial possible contingencies loso all their weight. The most tstriking instance on record of a perfect union of this kind is the Jewish theoctacy : the roost marked illustration of the danger of such a union when it is purely human, is Papal Rome. Episcopalianism, which at fast took the form of a righteous protest against Papal abuses, has shown throughout the whole course of its history, that it was merely a schism and not-a church of truly apostolic »ordination. Eptecopalianism ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

CAVEAT BOARD. 8th May, 1855. NOTICE is hereby given, that the follow- ing Claims to Grants of Land will be" investigated by the Con missioners appoint- ed for that purpose upon or immediately after the 9th day ot July next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim^miist be entered : John Beaugarde. City of Hobart Town '2 3/10 perches. (Originally grunted to Wil- liam Sorell, under whom and William Ker- mode, Thomas Horne, G. W. Cartwright, Rolla O'Ferrall, John Montague, Robert Pit- cairn, Thomas Young, J. F. F. Kerr, A. Stephen, G. F. M. Stephen, It. Capper, John Dobson, Charles Swanston, John Walker, John Bell, and Thomas Macdowell, applicant claims ) Bounded on the south weat by 1 chain 15 links north-westerly ulong part of an allotment granted to John Beaugarde com- mencing at the east angle thereof on Colville road, on the north west by C7 links north- easterly along pari of an allotment occupied ky or belonging to-Clarke, on the north east by 1 chain 16 links south-e...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before Mr. Fenwick.) MONDAY, 14TH OF MAY, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

POLICE REPORT. (Before Mr. Fenwick.) MONDAY, 14TH OF MAÏ, 1855. Although the cases for to d ty oompi iscd the de lmqticncies of two days, thaïe were onlj eighteen charges on the sheet, mid with one 01 two cvcop lions, the casca were of the most triwil description, aud were disposed of shortly liter ten o clook, the magistrate hav. tug t ikcn his scat soon after nine o clock The Drunkards List, curious to observe, con tamed only four Uicchanaliaus, and tliey were I females,\lz-Lli7a¿ook, Miugaitt Hiker, and Cithenne Murra\, who were caeli lined £\ Misconduct -Su ony Salomon, ti, a (Jorunu, and John Gowcrlook, p h , wore clnrged h\ Con- stable Dorset with misconduct, us prisoners of the ! Crown, in being found in a house of ill fimo, in j Kelly's Yard, (now designated Liverpool Place), on Sunda) evening the men pleaded guilt), and j 1 were each sentenced to one mouths' imprisonment with hard labour.1; ' * Gross Ingratitude.—William Cooper, t.l., cook, in the service of Mr Chandler, of...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 May 1855

LOCAL NEWS THE BISHOP AND THE HOBARTON MERCURY. —It appears that our plain speaking on the sub- ject of Church Reform, and our unhesitating oppo- sition to the unhallowed union of Church and State, are unpalatable to the very sensitive palate of His Lordship of Tasmania. He has declined our paper. If his Lordship imagines that the loss of his sub- scription, or that of any individual whatever, will have the smallest influence on the independence of our strictures, he is under a grave mistike in reference to us, and to that awakening spirit of   enquiry which it is his Lordship's personal interest to crush. We shall not be moved even to greater severity by his opposition to our views. Our cause is sound and good and cannot fail. NEW JOURNAL. - We have received the 1st and 2nd number of the Tasmanian Daily News, the   mechanical arrangements of which are very respec-   table. HUON BUSHRANGERS. - The desperadoes Whelan and Driscoll, alias Dido, se...

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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 May 1855

THE REVENUE. ÖT, reference to tho Gazette of May 15th, it will bo seen that between the first quarter of 185J>, and- that of 1855, there is a decrease iu the Bovcnué oi £27,876 5a. 4d. On spirits and tobacco, the decrease is nearly ¿5000 : on ' other goods*,' of upwnrds of £7000 : on the rev euue derived from the salo of crown lands by auction, a falling otF of £17,000 : in licenses, there is an increase of £4,700 ; and on fiues, fees of court, and forfeitures of £ 1,660. These are the broad parti- culars : the minutiös we pass by. Many inferences might be drawn from these various items, which we do not need to discuss. The- judicious morality of government expediency would be terri- bly puz/.lcd, were they who nre.its expos- itors arraigned before the tribunal of con- science to reconcile one point with another. |Tetotalism will warm 'its spread palma" over a fire of its own kin- dling", m looking at 'tho .decreased con- sumption of spirits and tobacco; and our 'specious legisla...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 May 1855

FASHIONABLE NIGHTS " ^ ' AT ^ BURTONS NATIONAL CIRCUS, , This Evening, May 18th, Daring and Graceful Eidmg. Tight Rope Dancing &c, in the first style of Art. See programmes. Splendid routine of Amusements for To- morrow, Saturday. Grand Entertainment on MondayEveniug for the benefit of the PATRIOTIC FUND.

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Shipping Report AKRIVAL[?] None. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 May 1855

flipping îitpiirt AKRIVAL* , None. . CLEARED our. May Ißr-Barirue Glencoe,! lflö ton«, J. Lang, for. Port Albert; passengers-Mr. Carpenter, and 1 ttecrage. DEPARTUIIBS. May 16-Schooner Red Rover, for Warrnam- bool. -15-T. S. N. Co's Steamer Tasmania, 285 toni, Clinch.for Sydney ; passengers - Miss Oakes, Mr. & Mis. 1 h lirai," Mr. F. Woodford, Rev. Regg, Mrs. & Miss Regir, Mr. & Mia. Saville.Capt. Chamberlain, Rev. J Ball, Mr. Jeffries, Mr. Pur- cell, Master M«se, Mr. MeGowan, Mr. J. Levien, Mrs. Webster, Mr. & Mia, Thompson, Mi. J. -Hickman, Mr. II. G. B. Read, and'saventeeu stee- rage . . -15-Barque Helen S.'Page, S26 tons, Spring, for Port Albert» passengers-Messrs. Bal- lantyne & Morrison, Si 2 steerage. ? -^15-Schooner Freak, -W tons, Irving, for Goolong, with sunbries. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. . ,. l IMPORT». Nil. Y¡,,, .EXTORTS. Per Tasmania for Sydney-0 tierces tobacco, F A. Downing-135 ten-catty boxes tea, S. Moses & Co.-IS?4 bale...

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