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MILITARY MOVEMENTS. (From the Weekly Despatch, May 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

MILITARY MOVEMENTS. (From the Weekly Despatch, May 14.) The 5th Dragoon Guards, stationed at Ballancollig, under orders to proceed to the seat of war, expect to leave daily for their destination. It is reported that the monster steamer the Himalaya, as soon as her repairs arc made good, will arrive in this harbour, and convey the men and horses direct from this port to Constantinople. On Tuesday, May 9th, a squadron of the 1st Royal Dragoons left Manchester for Prescott, en route for Liverpool, -thence to embark in the Gertrune and Pedestrian, cavalry transports, for the seat of war. The detachment consisted of a hundred and two non-commissioned officers and privates, with sixteen offi- cers' chargers, and eighty-one troop horses, under the command of < 'olonel Yorke, and accompanied by Captain Elmsal!, Lieutenant Coney, Cornets Glyn, Robertson, and Sandeman, Ser- jeant Major Trip, and Surgeon Barron. This regiment has been stationed in Manchester since August, 1S52. Shor...

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

FURNITURE BAZAAR. Come r of Collins and Argyle Streets, THE undersigned begs to inform his friends and the public gen- erally, that, having taken the premises situate at the corner of Collins and Argyle-streets, lately in the occupation of Mr Gellie he has opened the same as a ¿URMTURE BAZAAR, and having carried on an extensive Cabinet Furniture Business, for many years in New South Wales, he trusts that his experience in the above business, combined with attention to all orders with wich he mav be favoured, will ensnre him a share of public patronage. A SUPERIOR HEARSE WITH PLUMES, &c, &c, &c. and And having conducted the Funeral business in connexion with the manufacture in New South for twelve years, he can as- sure his friends and Lbe public that he will be able to couduct Funerals in the most respectable manner. All orders shall receive his personal attention, HENRY IK IN. Cheap Doors and Sashes. On Sale by the undersigned, at his Furniture Bazaar, 350 P...

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THE BALTIC FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

THE BALTIC FLEET. Sir Charles Napi-r, in his flug-ship the Duke of Wellington, and surrounded by all the available and larger ships of his fleet, was icmaining peaceably iu Klfsnubbi'U, harbour on the 28ih "tilt. Admiral Plum- ' ridge had ».ono in his flag steam frigate, the Leopold, 1«, Captain Giffard, to the Hull of Finland .for the purpose of replacing the buoys which had been removed by order of the Russian officers. He was uccompauicd by a flying squadron. . &J The enthusiasm expressed by the Swedes tfa in favour ot the English flag has not diini- j ^ nii-hed. Every duy steam.ers from Stock- ,|| holm luden with people uri ive- in the har- ¡,| bour, und ihn students of Apsala, number- lyi ing about 200, have paid a visit to the Hag-11| ship. Tboy had como to suluto the Com- oj mander-in Chief, according to tho custom oí * "" their country, und to foreshadow his glorious achievements in the words of one of their natioual songs. Sir Charles was not, how-1 cvei, ou board t...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 25th July, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

CtOVJatiWMEWT liAZUilTJÜ. M [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 2Jth July, 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Claims to Grants af Land will be investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or i m mediately after the 25th day of Septr., next, on or before which day anv caveat or counter claim must be entered : Janet Howe. City of Hobart Town OA. la. 32P. (Originally located to applicaut when Janet M'Cormack.) Bounded on the south west by 1 chain 25 links {south-easterly along an allotment located to Edward White commencing at the north angle thereof on Brisbane-street at a point thereon distant 2 chains 60 links in a north-easterly direction from Upper Molle street on the south eaft by 3 chains 24} links north- easterly along land occupied by or belonging to Samuel Catley and also along part of an allot- ment granted to Hugh Clark, on the north east by 1 chain 61} links north-westrrly along an allotment located to David Ramsay to Bathurst street...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

rural Mlügrart THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL sat in committee yesterday, for the tenfn time, upon the proposed new Municipal Act. BOBBERY AT THE ADVERTISER. -On Tuesday, Potter wa« brought UD again on this charge -and fully committed for trial. Fennessy has been admitted to bail. BURGLARY.-The house of Mr. Stewart, in Harrington-street, was broken into on Sunday night or Monday morning, by bursting in the front door, and sundry articles of wearing apparel, ear-rings, &c, were stolen with some four or five pounds.   ARGYLE-STREET..-The road at the upper end of this street is receiving some attention and we hope improvement will be JIB creditable to tho corporation as if well done it will bo welcome to the inhabitants of this long neglected part of the city. VAN DIEM EN'S LAND BANK. At the meeting yesterday the affairs of this old established institution were stated to be in a highly prosperous condition. The capital was increased to £100,00.) and a dividend at the rate o...

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

GERMANY. The whole of Germany-the little states as well as great- is arming. Trom Pcsth ,it is intimated that troops arc continually arriving at, and taking their departure from that city, and horses destined for the re- monte of the different cavalry regiments passing throught it. ' A park of artillery, adequate to all the wants of a corps d'armes, was sent off from Pesth on Easter Monday, in the direction of the Lower Danube. - Tho regiments stationed in Gal- lada and Bohemia arc to be placed on a war footing. In Prussia, orders have been given to mobilise the troops both on the eastern and western frontiers. In Hanover an extraordinary vote for war purposes had passed the Chambers. How these arma- ments are to be employed will principally depend on the policy ultimately adhered to by Austria and Prussia, and on the power of those courts to persuade the secondary and minor German States to co-operate The Prussian war-minister, Bobin, under- stood to he friendly to an alliance with...

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

DERWENT AND TAMAR Fire, Life and Marine Assurance COMPANY, HOBART TOWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1.45 ' CAPITAL-£100,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. Samuel Moses, Esq. | Josiab Spodn, Esq Thomas Brown, Esq. I Thoa. Boot, Esq. StephenAddison,Es(j. | Directors at Launceston St. J. T. Brown, Esq. | J. C. Brown, Esq Manager-Thomas Hewitt, Esq. Accountant-Alfred Garrett, Esq. Solicitor-Andrew Crombie, Esq. Agent at Launceston-C, J. Weedon, Esq. Agents for the payment of claims in Loudon Messrs. Richardson, Brothers, St. Helen's Place. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS are taken by this Company, and claims tor or average upon the latter are made p ay able in London, if required, policies for the same being granted in triplicate. Parties insured by his Office against risk of fire are requested to take notice, that annual policies which expire on the 1st of May and the 1st November, must be renewed within fifteen days thereafter, otherwise they be- come void ; r. ceipts for the premiums apon Bach renewal are alwa...

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

EVENING CLASSES, ros WRITING, ARITHMETIC, BOOK- KEEPING, &c, Class Rooms, 21, Murray'street, At Mrs. Fanning'ri, Draper. MR. THOMSON, MERCANTILE ACCOUNTANT, from Edinburgh, begs tefpectfu'ly to inform the Inhabitants of Hobart Town, and Vicinity, that'he has bren induced to form a class ior the instruction of Students in the above necessary Branches of Com- mercial education, which will open on Monday Evening, 7tb August, at 7 o'clock, BO as to acommodtite those who are pre- vented from attending; in business hours, to completo and perfect themselves in the above requisite branches. From the long experience and the conciso easy method he adopts to give a thotough and perfect kno wledge of those acquirements as taught at home, he hopes, byahtiict care and assiduous attention to the progress of his pupils, to receive and merit a share of public patronage and support. Private Lessors between 8 a.m. and 1 p. p.m. Public Class from 2 till 6 p ni: Terms may be had on application t...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

. Ijjippiiii} lUport ARRIVALS. r"i August 5-Steamer Iron Tasmania, 285 ton*, Clinch, from Melbourne, Aug 3, with general cargo; passengers-Mr, ¡Mrs and Miss Swan, Airs Collin;, ft¡r Lewis, Mr Harwood, airlioss, Mrs Briggs, Mr \\ hitby, Mr Riley, Miss Riley, Mrs Buckland, Mr Chmtia, Airs Bateman, t iss Bateman, Mr Whitmore, Mr Bellet, Mr II S Chapman, Mr F S I ¡orne, Mr Gibson, Mr Collins, Air Peat, \ rs Young, Mr Fay, Mrs Steel, Mrs Fenwick and child, Mr Cook, Capt AlcLeod, 24 steerage, and 21 Government immi- grants. Mail 1 bag I parcel, and 116 loose leiten. Agent, C Toby. -6-Schooner Eucalyptus, 197 'ons Black- burn, from Alellionrne, July 31, with general cargo. Passengers-Airs. Blackburn and 22 government emigrants Agent Maxwell -6-Brig Dart, Sansom, ?fioni Geelong, July 31 with sheep. Agent C Lo\ett '-C-Brig Alfonso, Gay, from Alelbourne, July 31. -Schooner Wee Tottee, Roberts from Geelong, in bullas! Agent T D Chapman &. Co. -6 - Schooner Ï bomas Lord, from Mel- bourn...

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POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 August 1854

POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. ROBBERY. - Two passholder named Doughton and Connor, purtof the craw of the Port Omeo boat, Mero charged with stealing some clothes the property of John Thompson. Mr. Roberts, jun., proved the pledging of the clothes by one of tho pri- soners, Doughton. Connor was discharged, no evidence heing given against him. Dough ton was sentenced to l8 mouths imprison- ment and hard labour to be teutto Tasman's Peninsula. LAn6ENY.-William Stevenson, butcher, chargsd his servant Fredk. Ackerman and a girl named Johnson, with stealing one belt valued Gd. and one hammer valued Cd. Mr Knight said that the prisoner was charged on the last occasion, yesterday, with stealing ham« and buoou, now the charge was a new one and ho was taken by surprise, but after some discussion the case was gone into The;prisoner had been courting the girl who had been charged with the robbery of the ham and bacon, and who had been in his service. Pr sober was discharged by him on Monda...

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

For London. TO SAIL the FIRST WEEK in AUGUST \ THE A 1 olinper barque INDIA, 400 Ton» Burthen, - WILSON, Master. For Freight ot Wool or Cabin Passage apply to ., BEEVES & Cc Now Wharf, July 8, 1854. Steam to New Norfolk. THE «CULLODEN" SteanTpacket, will commence turning on the 13th instant, to and from New Norfolk, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, leaving the Old Wharf at 9 a.m., and Messrs. Brown and Thompson's, New Norfolk, at 3 p.m. on the above davs. ?or passage apply on board, and tor freight to Messrs. Brown and Thompson, New Norfolk, or Old Wharf, Hobart Town. February 10th. CULLODEN STEAM PACKET FOB T H S H V O IV. THE above Vessel will in future leave the Old Wharf every luesday and Friday at'8 o'clock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur- days, calling at the usual places. February IO. For Geelong, Victoria. H E fast-sailing brig JANE, 174 Tons, Register, WALKRR, MaBter, Now loading for the above port, and will meet with dispatch. For freight or pas apply to the master...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

Public Moating. SUBSCRIPTIONS ,IN ?AID 'B0P THE WIVES AND FAMILIES ,OF PER. SONS ENGAGED IN THE PRE- SENT WAR. THlî MAYOR begs to'acquaint his fellow Citizen», that the Lists of Subscribers to the above arc still lying at the different Hanks in Hobart Town, end most earnestly requests that parsons desirous of carrying out the resolu- tion of the late Public Meeting will add their names thereto as early as possible. It is, no doubt, imagined by many Ast their donations would be called for, but* such a'course would incur great "¡expense,' and be extremely inconvenient ; it is, therefore, hoped that persons will forward the amounts of their subscription, either to the Banks, or to the Mayor's Counting House, in Murray-street. Recent accounts from Great Britain already depict the sufferings of many of the wives and families of the soldiers at this present time the commencement of the war-which must be greatly increased if timely assistance,, be not afforded. The Mayor therefore trusts, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

Ex "John Bright" In tho shipment by this vessel, MF.SSRS. WATCHORN, PERKINS & Go. Solicit the attention of the Ladies to a beautiful assortment of Hoyie's printed carnarios, new patterns^ suitable for morn- ing dresses ana childmn'â frocks. Also to a cose of real French kid gloves direct from Pa'i*. i Emporium. Aug. 10. I jgoyal Victoria TTltcatr©. RAINER'S ORIGINAL Ethiopian Ser enaders» Under the distinguished patron aire of the Tasmanian Qrand Lod;e and the OFFICERS and . BROTHERS or TUB Tasmanian Primitive anti Loyal United Brothers OF THE Independent order of Oddfellows» Monday Evening, August 14th Messrs Rainer, White, Broker, Bryant, Foans and Moran, lT7"OULf) respectfully annou ice to tho VV Ladies and ßetitlcmon of Hobartoii »hut this. |'><min£ they will prewitt au ex- cellent programme, includiug a choice se- lection of ETHIOPIAN MELODIES. iuHsiti-uiuantal JA stat«;, ANO The Highland Filing-; lo lull costume by FoaiiP. Music ii Dilector .J. C.Kainkh C...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

FOB SALE AT THE HOBART TOWN FOUNDRY O ftgrttuUtttftl Implemento, $tt* ----o NE and two horse power American Railway, Thrashing Machines, with superatuers Two and four horse power port abel Thrashing Machines, (English and Scotch made) Hussey's Reaping [Machines and Win- nowing Machines Chaff-cutters, Staln-entters. and Turnip cutters Cider Milli and Presses, Churns, and Cheese Presses Parkinson's Bíbcu t Machines Bramah's Hay Presses, and Screw Pres- ses, Wool Screws Garden Water Engines, lift and force Pumps French Burr Mill Stones, cast steel mill Bills Bar. Tire, Rod, Sheet and Hoop Iron, (all sizes) Boiler. Plate, rivet Iron, and angle Iron Cast, German, Bister, and Spring steel Cart Boxes, Copper Boilers, and Fir Bricks Tallow^Press complete on an [improved prmciple Portable Washing Coppers and Coffee Roasters A few tons best Blacksmith's English coal. HENRY DAVIDSON. ' NOT SELLING OFF , --*"Qg'R>» j WITHOUT pretending to adopt the Fashionable Puff of SELLING OFF the Tan der...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

VAN DIEMENS LAND Mechanics Institute« - THE Committee of Manager» of tho Van Diemen'« Land Mechanics' Institution have great pleasure in stating to the mem- bers and the public generally that the fc'Vwiiu? gentlemen have already promibfd their valuable assistance pt the/Lecture Table during the present Session : The Kev. J. Lillie, D.D , President The Venerable Aichdeacon Davies. # Hon. Richard Dry, Speaker of the Legis- lative Council. Rev. Dr. llceltzcl. Rev. F. H. Cox, Rev. J. Clarke. Dr. Huxtable.; Dr Hall. > . ' Dr. Smart E. Macdowell, Esq. .'- T. Macdowell, Esq. C. B. lirewer. Etq, J, ¡J. Salier, Esq. Da. Downing. The list of ensuing Lectures will be adver- tised some time before delivery. Admission to Lectures-Members free; non-members Is. each Lecture. Doors open at 7 o'clock and lectures com- mence at half-past 1. Music Class, Conductor, Mr. J. J. Salier, Leader, Mr. Wm. Russell-The Class for tho Study and Practice of Vocal and Instru- mental Music meets every Friday Eve...

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THE BENCH, AND THE LICENSING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

THE BENCH, AND THE LICENSING SYSTEM. Suppose that a man suspected of mur- der or any other atrocious crime were brought before our Supreme Court-no witnesses summoned, - no evidence pro- duced against him--"but the judges taking from their desks a roll of private notes collected by themselves, and un- supported by any apparent open testi- mony, were thus to address him :-"John Thomson, there !,as been no charge pub- licly brought against you, there are no witnesses, nothing but mere suspicion ; and however strong that may be, in con- formity with the law we should dismiss you, as having no crime proved against you. But we have ourselves made en- quiries of the nature of which you must remain in ignorance, except as to their effects ; and, in consequence of this, we sentence you as a murderer to be hung by the neck." We tey, suppose tin's were to happen in an, English Court of Law, what would be the feeling of the public ? what outcry would not be raised on all hands against a procee...

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ROYAL SOCIETY, V. D. L. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

ROYAL SOCIETY, V. D. L. - ! Tha usual monthly meeting of the above society took place on Wednesday evening last in the Museum Hartington street, when there were present, his Ex- cellency the President in the chair. Drs. Agnew, and Lee, Capt. Hawkins, Messrs. Watson, Hone, Barnard, Moss, Hull, Mac Naughten, Kilburn, and about ten other Fellows of the Society. Those gentle- men proposed as members at the last meeting having been duly ballotted for and elected, and a few other na.nes pro- posed, the Secretary read a list of communications and donations that had been received during the past month ; of these we may mention as among the probably most important, two geological specimens forwarded by Mr. Mackay, having been found on the right bank ot the Huon, one a small stony mass, said to exhibit the impression of a vegetable form, but which is hot vet y apparent ; the other a mass of " slate-liko stone" which exists in some considerable quantity at the spot alluded to, where it crops o...

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INSOLVENT COURT. THURADAY, AUGUST 10TH 1854. Before Mr. Commissioner Browne. Re Thomas Warwick Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

INSOLVENT COURT. Thursday, August 10th 1654. ¡Before Mr. Commissioner Browne. Re Thomas Warwick Brown. 6. d. 0 0 15 9 12 6 0 0 This was a meeting for proof of debts and examination. BEUTS PROVE». £ George Bramwell 40 James Barnett 34 W Webb 75 II Reed ÍS!> ' Insolvent examined hy Mr. t)anes:-I owe Mr Reed for goods sold me : the goods were coffee at lOd per lb. ; us the goods were in bond they would cost me Is. and a half-penny more, making in all Is Id; it was about the 16th June I bought the cof- fee ; I did not know I was insolvent at that time, as I had not examined my hooks ;. the coffee was purchased ten or .twelve days previous to my insol vency ; when I bought it 11 ad reasonable grounds to suppose I could pay for it ; I don't recollect any eon | versation with Webb the confectioner about that coffee; I never offered Webb at that I or any other time coffee at 7<f per lb. ; I offeicd Heed's coffee to Seal for Is Id.; he bought a ton of it at that price at 3 mont...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 8th August, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

GOVEBNMENT GAZETTE: (VuBLIsitEIJ BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board; 8th August, 1854. TV] OTICE is hereby given, that the fol L^l lowing Claims to .Q rants of Land >vill he investigated by the CommUsioners appointed for that purpose,upon or :prae,. diately after the8;h day of Oct. next,, ou or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered :->n ! .Richard Morgan, township of Bellerive, Ia! (originally located to Alexander Buchanan whose heir at law Archibald Buchanan,soU to applicant.) Bounded on the north, east byi chains 53 links bouth-easterly along the watch- | house allotment commencing at the north-west I angle thereof on the Esplanade and ex'emimg j to f'etchy-street, on the south-east by 1 chain £ 7U links south-westerly along that street to the 1 north-e»»' boundary of an allo'mevit loèatcîl to r - t hampion a'd Company, on the (¡out.i-wcst L ofthat boundary extending north-westerly to the e E>planade aíoresmd, on the north-west by 1 u chain 45 links north-...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

sou ru australia.; J jj TnE Quarter'* Revenue.-The Register \l i[ias the following remarks un this subject :- j |/"'i he ordinary expenditure of the quarter ¡hjxae« s that ot the previous quat ter by H¡jearly -C25.0 ¡0. The increase oí expenoi l^uie under the head of establishments is jlfVoout 17000. The remainder of the increase ¡j; mi tho expenditure is owmg to the amount * pent on tu» various publio woiks, which . iiave been successfully prosecuted during y j iie quarter. The amount «pent on roads, ;[ trfct-ti. bridges, &c, is £28,000, while !Jx,'J0.7'l'5 10i. has been laid ouU.n the various CJ .uiUiijus and public woiks The continued ¡I p.osperity of the land tales furnishes au I'.tDundaui supply of mon"? f« r th¿ continued :. i tosetu ion of public works of all ki' ds, and I ibeoromary revenue hits Leen ass'sted du- li ung the quarter to tho ixteiit of £11,4000 fdoui iUh (Jrowu moie;y of the land fund. - «Ve obseivo that the Post-office revenue tor i for the three mouth...

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