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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 July 1854

MARRIAGES. On the 29th ult., at Saint Mary's Church, Pontville, by the Rev. John Burrows, Mr. Robert Parkinson, Jun., of Mount Sorell Hills, Brighton, to Hannah, youngest daughter of Mr William Broadribb, of Alderney Lodge, Richmond. At the same time and place, Mr. Jesse Bowtell, of Hobart Town, to Anne eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Jones, of the New Wharf, Hobart Town, and formerly of Port Albert. On Thursday the 15th ultimo, at St. Mary's Balmain, by the Rev. T. D. Wintle, John Wells, Accountant to the Colonial Treasury, Sydney, to Lucy Caroline, youngest daughter of Mr. Frederick Wigan, of Wesley Dale, Van Diemen's Land. To Correspondents-We are com- pelled from want of space to let the address of W. S. O'Brien Esq., stand over till our next, when we shall give a full report.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 July 1854

VICTORIA. Our information extends to the 28th ult.. i Tho enthusiastic reception which Sir Charles Hotham received on Thursday, 22nd bit., at tho hands of the people of -andridge and Melbourne, on his landing in tho co- lony, was a.great démonstration, and an event long to be remembered. It marked the commencement of a new era in the history ot Victoiia. After tho installation, Sir Charles ad- dressed tlio crowd as follows i - " I desire to render you my most sincere   thanks for tho very cordial welcome which   you have extended to me, an unknown stranger, on tho occasion of my landing   on your shores. I have the honour to be j the Queen's representative, and must con- sider tho honour aB paid to my ofticc, and thereforo to the Queen through ino. In tho j Queen's name, thorolore, I thank you. I shall take the first opportunity ol'notifying to the Queen, and to tho British Govern- ment how I have beou received, and I havo | no donbt that Her M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 5 July 1854

For Nelson, Wellington and Canterbury. THE regular trader, Brigantine "MUN-   FORD,' R. R. A. Napper, commander. This vessel will proceed with despatch to the above ports, should sufficient juducement offer. For freight or passage apply to the captain on board, or to Boys & Hall, Old Wharf, May 6th. For Geelong Direct. THAT well-known and favourite packet brigantine SWORD FISH,     168 Tons Register,       John Clinch, Master, will upon the dis- charge of her inward cargo, commence im- mediately loading for the above port, and meet with despatch. For freight or passage early application is necessary, as a great portion is already   engaged. Apply to C. Lovett. Franklin Wharf, May l8. N.B.— The cabin and steerage accommo- dations for passengers are too well known   to need comment. An excellent opportunity for the conveyance of horses.   Steam to New Norfolk Th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

DERWENT AND TAMAR Eire, Life and Marine Assurance ' COMPANY, HOBART TOWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1845 CAPITA £^£ 100,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. DIRECTORS. . Samuel Moses, Esq. | Josîah S'iode. Esq Thomas Brown, Esq I Thoo. B iot, Esq. StephenAddison,Esq. | Directors at Launceston St. J. T. Blown, Esq. | J. C. Brom, Esq Manager-Thomas Hewitt, Esq. Accountant-Alfred Garrett, Esq. Solicitor-Andrew Crombie, lisq. Agent at Launceston-C. J. Weedon, Esq. Agents tor tho payment of claims in Lomiou Messrs. Richardson, Brothers, St. Helen's Place. FIRE AND MARINE RISK are taken by this Company, and claims for loss or average upon the latter are made pay- able in London, if required, policies for the same being granted in triplicate. Parties j insured by his Office against risk of fire are requested to take notice, that annual policies which expire on the 1st of May on the 1st November, shall be renewed within fifteen days thereafter, otherwise they be come void ; re< ceipts for the pre...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

Royal Eagle Saloon, Union Hotel* CORNER OF LfVEIU'OOL AND CAMPBELL-STREETS, HOBART niHE above Popular Place of AMUSEMENT, with a Good combinatio [_ of talent is open every evening under the Management of Mr. RILEY nd conducted with that Propiiety which cannot fail to meet the appro- bation of any Moralist who has Philantrophy enough in his nature to allow the woiking mans enjoying an hours innocent amusement AFTER HIS DAY'S TOIL. J.MITSON, Proprietor. ira §äh AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED Hurray and Liverpool-streets. Three hundred and eight hogsheads of Bum One hundred and twenty hogsheads of Brandy, MartelTs Eennessy's and U. V: Company's One hundred cases Pale Brandy Fifty hogsheads Old Tom, Booth's and Browning's Five hundred dozen Old Tom, Booth's and Browning's, in one and three dozen cases Four hunched hogsheads Taylor's, Truman's, and Godingg's Porter One hundred hogsheads Ini and Coop's and Bass's Ale Two thousand dozen Bottled Bee' One hundred cases Mairwood's Lernt-i S...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

FROM SATURDAY 1st JULY. £25,000 WORTH. ?' ' THE whole of which which will be sold, without the least reserve, at cost price, as this Stock has been purchased for catii, in the best lieuses in .Ergland and Scotland, it is sufficient to toy is of the best descrtption. As the lim iw of an advertisement would be too small to particularize a twentieth of the above «e «111leave our supporters to decide as to the quality of the Goods and their prices, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF . ¿¿a/MX. ¿A. # With every description of trimmings. SLY and EISBY, Landon Drapery Mart, Liverpool Street, July Ist .Steam Communication WITH VICTORIA, THE Steamship TASMANIA, "220 Horse rower, 662 tons register, D. C. AIackeller, commander, will leave the Franklin Wharf *n Saturday the 8tH July at 8 o'clock. For fright or passage apply on board, or to Kerr, Bogle and C<\, .Ne* Wharf, 6th July, 1854. Passengers are requested to give in their name before 12 o'clock ou Friday morning, the 7th July, to avoid the ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. On Wednesday last, the nomination of Candidates for the Aldermanic vacan- cies, caused by the death of Mr. Alder- man Watchhorn, and the resignation of Mr. Alderman Reeves, took place in the centre aisle of the new market, Mr. Deputy Sheriff Crouch officiating for the Sheriff ; as might be expected, the matter excited but little interest in the community-not more than one hundred persons being present. The Candidates proposed were. Messrs. O'Reilly, Hatter, Sims, Publican, and Jarvey, Pawnbroker. Some discussion arose at the meeting, when the name, of Mr. Jarvey was proposed, auil a pro- test was entered against the returning officer suffering his name to be nomi- nated, it appearing from Mr. Jarvey's own admission that he had failed to pay his City Rates, in compliance with the notice of the Corporation Several persons addressed the meeting uponthe vexed question of the Corporation de- manding six months rates in advance. The returning officer decided that Mr. J...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

SYDNEY. Vi have received files up to the 28th, -fram which we extract the following: The Ettpùe's Qtmmcrcial Record Contains'the following notice of trade. «* The'business of our domestic rnar 'kels fcrcharacterisedby great uncertainty as to present operations; and no degree of steadiness, and little alteration have keen experienced as the eflcct of the late 'intelligence from Europe r How far'a protracted war may ulti- mately interfere "with the commeice of the colonies cannot be very clearly lore seen, but although impottant changes may be brought about in the supplying markets, it does not appear to be the opinion of commercial men that pur im- ports will be affected by 'any inconvenient decrease, while 'the extension of trade from American ports seems certain. In the mean time it may be anticipated that the decisive tone of future advices will produce a healthy firmness among holders >of marketable stocks, and that the ascer 'tained consumption of the colony in relation to th...

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Shipping Report HOBART. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

~áVk «pauta Ätfcrt ita. HOBART. ARRIVALS. July 6-»Schooner Macquarie, 130 tons. Ab-on from Port Albert» 22nd ult, "with 4« bullock* and 28sheep: passengers- Mr li Bums Air H Dawson. Agent Master. -5-Fair Tasmanian, 15 6 ton«, Wolfe from Twofold Bay June. 27,with 54 bead of cat, tie and 2-0 bheep. Agent, W A Guesdon -5-Schooner Fret Trader, 140 ton«, Adams, from Port Albert, June 30, with stock, Mail, 1 paper parcel and 3 loone letter-. Agi*>it, Guesdon, -5-Schooner Picard, 171 tons, Johnstone. from Melbourne, June 20, with general cargo, ft steerage and 5 government Immigrants, Agents, Tondeur and Lempnre. .... .5-Brig lloila, U¡5 tons, Hoseason, from ' Melbourne, June 23, in bullan Agents, Taylor N and- Leigh. -5-Sclumner Shallow 124 tom Grant from Geelong, June 29, in lallatt, Agent, Master. -5-Brig Mermaid, 2*. 6 ton-, Grant ftoin Geelong, June 20, in ballast. Agents McPherson, mid Francis. --r-5-Schooner Wary, 154 ton«, McKie, from Geelong June 24, in ballast. A gents, Halter...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, JULY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

(CnñiMtriiil Sutülligcnw. HOKART TOWN, JULY 8 Wheat. per bush 0 13 6 to 0 14 6 English Barley. 0 IS 0 to 0 13 0 Cape ditto.0 6 0 to 0 7 6 Oats.,.0 9 0 to 0 9 6 Flour per ton . !.£0 Ó 0 to 34 0 0 Hay loose,..'.12 O « foil 0 0 IACNC BTON, JULY 4 (From the Examiner.) Our trarkets remain in a very unsatisfactory and paradoxical state, for whilst flour ii hardly cleable; ot barely remunerative rates holders of wheat ¡are looking for an advance. It will be feen that one of tht mills quotes flour j?l per '.? i lower this morning. Flour per ton, £38. Beoonds ditto, £20. AVhoat 13« to 13*. Co, per bushel, for fine samples. Bran, 6s. per bushel. f Farm Produce-Hay, loose, 1er ton, £15. ditto pres- sed, £21 .per ton. Oats, feed, Ile. Seed ditto, 12s per tmshel. Harter, English, lui to Us. per bushel Pread-U. 4d. per four pound loaf. Tmher-Broad palling, 5 feet, per 100, 88s. nsnow ditto, 18s. Short two feet ditto, 8s. 64 Shingles, per thousand, 90s. Fosta and rails, per 100,60s. Quarter- ing a...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

CHIT CHAT. AS two Gentlemen (whose names, for certain reasons, we do not mention) wer walking through town yesterday, we heard the following dialogue take place between them ; I want to know Where I should go» For such",attire As I require ; And you, no doubV ?Can point me out Some Mart where I May safely buy. I heard you say The other day, That you could name A house whose fame Is now unfurled, Throughout the world. With this in view Ï look to you, To tell me where I should repair, For nothing less Than first-rate dress ? B You're quite correct In this respect, And, as your friend, I'd lecommend That you should start For MYERS' Mart; You need not fear To purchase there, The Articles Which MYERS Sells. 'Tis MYERS'S aim To gain a name, By pleasing all Who make a call. I therefore say, As well I m|y, That none should miss A Mart like this. M1T51S' City Mart, Liverpool-street. Any article Purchased, and not approved of..will be immediately EXCHANGED. 12th June 1854. CAMPBELL TOWN HOUSE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

Pro Bono Publico YOU eft« buy of tho undersigned 100 Uhpsts on .god Green Tea at OOt, per choBt; 100 Chests Super Green Tea, at £5 per chest, weighing eolBB chest net. ALSO, 100 Boxes of Soap, if» lb. boxes, one guinej. R. Dittmv, Liverpool-street. Caveat Board. * ¡ 27th June, 1854. j NOTICE is Vrcbv given, that the j following Cl"im¿ to Grants of Land will be investigate^ by the Commissioners appointed f°r ti>nt purpose, upon or immediately after the 28thday of August 18S4, on of bff0,,e which day anv caveat or counter claim rr,ust be entered : - Jane James Phillips Norton, Devon, fi2 acres fOriginallV>loca,ea to Peter Ogilvie, who sold to Joseph James, wllos>e heir-at-law consents to this application- Bounded on the north hy 47 chains 50 li»ks ^'«ly along crown land com- mencing at snn Poînt on Anderson's Creek im- mediately opi'0Slte tlle south-cast angle of Lot 187(crossinga cart *rack), on the cast by 11 chains 42 lu*8 soutneriy also alorg crown land, on the south hy 4...

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MAINE LIQUOR LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

MAINE LIQUOR LAW. Thb subject of Intemperance ia, at present engaging the attention of every phase of talent ; our meetings, our soci ties, private and public individuals, are all, more or less, worrying over this .dreadful evil. The startling fact, as announced by one who watches over the interests of this community with the solicitude of o parent,-that- nine-tenths of the crimes committed in this colony are attributable to intoxication, is of it- self sufficient to rouse every individual member of a community, who earea for the blessings of temperance, and who fears for himself, his" gwife, and his children, the miseries inseparable from dwelling among those who yield themselves to this Omnipotent Tempter. It is with such facts, irresistibly forced upon es, that we, as a community, feel called upon to adopt some measures to arrest at once the still further propaga- tion of this worst of evils. It is generally the case, that when an enormity presents itself before the pub- lic, it ...

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FAREWELL ADDRESS TO WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

FAREWELL ADDRESS TO WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN, Es«. The deputation appointed on Friday last, to present an address to Mr. O'Brien, waited on that gentleman, on Tuesday, at the Freemason's Hotel. The feeling which seemed to pervade all present was that of sympathy and esteem towards the gentleman, whom, they had met together to honour and to congratulate ou his partial restoration to that liberty, that freedom which advocating for others deprived himself. The kind aud gentle- manly manner in which it was presented by Mr. Dry excited the most fervent senti- ments of respect, and stamps mm in the estimation of all who knew him (aud to whom is he a stranger?) to he at once a liberal politician; un unflinching friend, aman of kind and generouB feeling, forgiving error, admiring siucerity und zeal, even in a cause unapproved by himself. The following are the gentlemen who formed the deputation v-R. Dry, Esq., Speaker of the Legislative Couucil, His Worship the Mayor of Hobarton, Drs. Crooke a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

DANCING ACADEMY. 'JV'ftrf Door to Mr. Home's Academy, Bris bane-street. MR. W. CAMPBELL Í)EGS to intimate to the Ladies and ) Gentlemen of Hobart Town and it» icinitv, tqat ho has re oved to the above toant and commodious premises, nnd wi.'I Sammonr-n his course of Instruction s on Mon dM,\iio 10th July. 1854 The Pubtio Class niifrc-a^emMe on Tuesdays aud Fridays, from 7 till 9 o'clock in the evening. Terms-Two Guineas per quarter, paya 'hlein advance as uiual. Dancing Academv, brisbane-street, next Door to Home's Aeadaniy July 3.1S54.

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

3Cuntl Suiclligintî New Agent.-Mr. J. B. Welch, store- keeper, Sorell, has undertaken the agency of this journal for that section of the colony. Mr. O'Brien at New Norfolk. - On Monday last, this gentlcmnn was enter- tained by about thirty rf his ii ¡ends, al the Bush Hotel. Among those picsent wore Captain Fenton, M.L.C., Rev. Mr. Bond, Majnr Lloyd, Messrs. Henri, Jamieson, Ca- hill, Clarke, Fiunuy, Barker, Price, and Va- lentine. When tile repast was over, Mr. 0,Bricn received a complimentary and grateful address from Mr. Fenton,M.L.C.,aud Major Lloyd, which was pleasingly responded io oy Mr. O'Brien, when the company se- parated. . Tmt Society ron the Propaoatioh op tub Gospel in Foreign Partí.-A sermon in aid of this society was preached by the Lord Bishop of tho diocese, in the Episco- palian Church of Ross township. The 11th chapter, 5th verse of M atthow, " And the poor have the Gospel preached to them," was the text chosen. There was a crowded con pregation.and the impressiv...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

VICTORIAi By the Lady Bird we have received news from Victoria to the 4th instant,--there had been no later arrivals from England. Tha lied Jacket and Great Britain wore auxi ously looked for. Notwithstanding th« unfavourable state of tho weather, and the all but impissabl« sweets, a pood number of persons assem* bled to do honour tb the new Govornor na the occasion of his first levee. Bo fewer tuan a thoukmci persons were .presentedia His Excellency on the occasion. Tho get* ral reception given to Sir Charles wa» very cordial, and must have boon highly gratify- ing to him, following as it'did closely after the great demonstration made in honour of his arrival. Indeed his whole bearing was expressive of gratification at and acknow- ledgment of tho demeanour of the colonists towards him. Pearce, from London, the great pedes- trian, is performing a walking match of' sixty milos daily, within twelve Hours eaoH day. for threee days in succession. We understand he will undertake to do ri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

For Nelson, Wellingtonand . Canterbury. frpHE regular trader, Brigantine " MUN j 'FOKD,' B. V .A. Nappcii, commander, ¡¡lui vessel Will proceed with despatch to the »bove ports, should sufficient iuducement offer.. For freight or passage apply to the captain on board, or to ' Boys & Hail, Old Wharf, May Sth. . For Geelong Direct T' HAT well known and favourite packet brigautine SWORD FISH, ,_" "1G8 Tun» .Begictor, Johs CtiNcn, Waster, will, opon the dis chargo of lier inward cargo, commence im- mediately loading for tlio above port, aud meet with despatch. For freight or passage early application is necessary, as a great'portion is already engaged. Apply to , . , C. Lovett. Franklin Wharf, May IO. N.B.- The cabin and steerage accommo- dations for passengers are too well known to need comment. An excellent opportunity or the conveyance of horses. Steam to New Norfolk. rpHB "CULLODEN" Steair-packet, will J commence naming on the 13th instant, to «nd from New Norfolk, everv MON...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

FINAL NOTICE TO THE Subscriber* of the ftimrdltm fpHE Undersigned regrets to find that his X claims against many of the subscriben to the Guardian still remain unliquidated ; this is to give notice that all debts not paid to Mr. H. MiLLBj 83, Argyle Street, (whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge) will be put into the Kami» ot a solicitor, for immediate recovery. _ John Moobi» Printer« l«fJ«'r 1854. VICTORIA THEATRE' LAST WREK. of the ßeason.-Immense , Attraction. - Re-engagement for this Y» eck of Mr. Sefton Parry, who will appear in three great characters -Re-engagement ot I« adame ^.Cnrandini- La>t. night but four of Air. C."" Kcmble Mason in his favourite character of Ligo in.Othello.-Mrs. Broup ham, as Amelia!-Mrs G.Jones as Desde- mona.-Yankee Spirit flapper, who will iectuie on lapninsrs and table moviuc-On MONDAY Evening, July 10th, U5% will b? presented Shuktpuat 's ¿eautifyl Targedy 0 T H li L 0 ft lago, Mr. C. K. Mnsen Othello, Mr. Graham-Amelia, Mrs, Broug- ham-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 July 1854

Fr. Charles Holîinsdaîe I BEG S to announce to the Public, that after "much perseverance he has at length es- j tablishcd himself in his new shop, which will he opened on SATURDAY, the 8th instant, whcio everv kind of Fruit and Vegetables the season will affoid may be had. _ Mr. H. begs ton-turn thanks to his old customer for their support, and will be grate- ful for such new ones as may favour him with orders, which will be punctually attended to : having spared no expense to meet the require- ments ot the Publie in his t.ine of Business. Being unable here to enunur.ite al] he has for sale, hopes the people of Hobart Town will come and see for themselves P.S.-A lal gc assortment of the greatest variety of Seeds, both Flower and Esculent, ever knoAVn in the Colony. Mr II. \vill bo in possession of these Seeds in about two or three weeks when Jhe would invite Settlers to come nnd test their worth, and to add that, in the event of any Seed purchased from him proving unproductive, he w...

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