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Commercial Intelligence. [?]ted to Thursday Afternoon at 5 p.m ACRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

I ftnunmial autelliptt. jScted to Thursday Afternoon at 5 p.m If AGRICULTURAL. IS git .perbukh 0 14 0 to 0 U 0 i 11 Hlsh Barley.O 10 0 to 0 li 0 |'-I"}!'ditto.0 10 0 to 0 li 0 | ff'l.0 11 0 to 0 11 6 ! f I per ton.0 0 « to 38 0 0 | f jJluose,.16 0 0 to l8 0 0 J * If pressed .......... 18 0 0tJ21 0 0 ,! »{Maullo ditto.l8 0 Oto20 0 0 :>V. 8 O Oto lo » 0 i '!|_ M, DAIRY.PRODUCE. * Lw/per pound .0 3 OtoO 4 0 '"MNcperpouud.0 1 4to?0 Î 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. p i, rerloslel . 0 16 OtoO 0 0 'j' M.perbuihei . . OÍ',4 0.toJ,0 0 0 A d8 . 1 0 OtjjO 0 0 % ttoes,perton. 20 O Oto22 0 d ¿¡ousperton .50 O Oto55 0 0 t ¿Umages, per dozen. ..^0 ö Otoo 8 0 ^I'Uitlo were per dozjn" 0 « OtoO 8 0 U T'rots, per ton ....<.... 9 0 OtoO » 0 j ! Jilos, pur bushel. 0 14 Olbltf '0 ||r 1 POULTRY. ]%fls. perouse..v.i 0 C OtoO 8 0 '4jpks,ditt> .0 7 OtoO 8 0 W||Lw,«ch ..s. 0 S Oto 0 12 0 ÎHî i«, per dozen . 0 3 CloO 4 0 pi RU FUEL ¡' v frt Arthur Couls per ton.3 0 0 K bouton Island ditto.2 10 0 fe Oak Woo...

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

VICTORIA. Our usual files have arrived, and we pre- sent our readers with the intelligence of most interest. The Fast Day was held on Friday the 4th instant, anti was very generally observed. The collet'lions were large in aid of the soldiers widows and orphans fund., The labour market was improving. The arrivali from England have nguiu been large; the Lightning, Carpentaria, and other ves- sels having landed above 100(1 passengers: The market is in consequence quite over- stocked, and the cry of " want of labour" need not he raised now. In fact, employers ' are wanted at present to come forward und engage the ¿rowds of able-bodied men tvhtf ' now daily besiege the registry offices. Very ! little funning work is going on at present, I but in a short time a better demand for country servants is expected. The rates of wages for skilled labour are fully main- , tinned, hut for other dusses they are some- what lower. J The jetty at Sandridge is approaching . completion, much to thegrati...

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

LONDON MART DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 CASES OF NEW DRAPERY, ex Victoria, direct to order. SLY AND RISBY, Beg to call the attention of those ladies who have not yet vis- ited their Establishment, and íequest they will do so without delay, and judge for themselves, as to the extent of their Stock ofwell-selected PLAIN AND FANCY DRAPERY Also to their Prices and Quality, which will be found to be cheaper than any other house in town. Four cases of Family Mourning:» A liberal allowance made to shopkeepers and country storekeepers. Liverpool-street, July 24th. On sale by the undersigned, Murray & Liverpool-sts. 800 crystalized Sugar. 100O bags good counter qualityMauritius 500 chests tea, including Flying Childers, Gulnare, Maggie, and other first rate brands. 20| tierces Barrett's Tobacco 150 Hhds. West India Hum.. 100 ditto Brandy, Martell's and U. N. O. Co. 500 Hhds.Stout, Taylors, Goding*s and Truman's 50 hhds. Ind and Coope's Ale. The whole of these articles will be sold ata ...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. (From our Files to May 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

EUBOPEAN SMMAÏ1Y. (From our Files tit May .Í6.) On Ï2th May, her Majesty and his Royal Highness Prince Albert ho- noured the French Ambassador and the Countess Walewski with' their com- pany at a ball at the French Embassy, formerly the residence of Hdd&rJ; the Railway King. The ceremony of opening the Crystal Palace, at Sydenham, woul»! be pet formed by lier Majesty, on the 10th. In the House ol' Commons, a motion for reducing the Malt Tax, was nega- tived bj; a large majority. The Chan- cellor of the kxchequer announced the levy of an additional 15 per cent, on sugars ut. to the 5 th of July» from which day the new scale would come into operation: Mr. Packe obtained leave to bring in a bill to relieve- Dis- senters from church-rates. Mr. D. Seymour obtained leave to bring in a bill to make fraudulent dealings with regard to bills of exchange, felonious in certain cases. The bill for relieving parliamentary candidates from the ex- pense of erecting hustings waa rejected on ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

ung airport ARRIVALS. August 9-Barque Faith, 11? tons. Foyle, from Adelaide, August 2, in ballast, passengers Air and Mrs Ottoway, Alis» Shipley, Mrs Wat man. Miss and Master Welman* Mail, 1 pat eel. Agent F A Downing. , , --9-Brig jSanspareil, 130 tons, Devine, from Adelaide, August 2, in ballast. ¿"Jail, 1 parcel. Agent Young. -9-tíchtoner Iris, from Launceston -11-Bi ig Ellen, from London, Pud- den, master, Sailed th<; 4th of April, 123 da\s out. i Dlvl'ARlTJRS. August 9 - Steamer Iron Tasmania, 205 tons, Clinch, for Melboume, with general, cargo; passengers-Mr Crooke Mr Harbotttle, Mr WJ   Sugden, Mr Mrs and Miss Ottoway, Mr George Vinge, Miss Ted, Mr Lamb, Mr Stanfield, Mr Thomas Cooley, Mr and Mrs Harris, Mrs Fer guson, Mrs Stewart, Mr Whitmore, Miss Laidman, Mrs Lang, Mr E Easton, Mrs As born, Capt Gall Mrs Gall, 2 children and servant, Mr Leinpriere, Miss Ellen Petrie, Capt   Hutchins, Dr Dick, two subalterns 12th regi ment, Mr Mayfield, ...

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POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1845. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Hiddlestone. SYMOND[?] V.WILCOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

POLICE REPORT. WEONEaDAY, AUGUST Ü, \á'i5. (Brfore the Police Magistrate and Mr. . Hiddlettone. ? Symoíídíi v Wilcox. Mr. Wilcox, who keeps the Seven Stats, in (Jninpbell-street, was charged with allow- ing Hates, a pi isoner, to play cartis in his house.. D.C. Al'ti ¡unis was at defendant's house on the 3rd August instant, about half past 8 o'clock; saw aefendunt and twelve or fourteen persons, among whom worn two prisoners of the -crown < saw Juntes Hates', and took him into custody,for playing cards in a public-house. (An alternation hera «n eued between Mr. Symonds and Air. i'eiry, who appeared for the defendant, as to tim right of the prosecutor (Air bymoitdsj to ask wh tner Bates were free or not The ßeiicü oror-tuled-tli« objection. Bales waa a passho der- He wa» brought to the watch house, and de.iltwith at thd Police Office m a transported offender, and sentenctid to nine months' imprisonment, (Mr. l'erry again objected to this evidence, which was ag.iin over-rul...

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The Mercury[?] Comn Edition. HOBART TOWN. SATURDAY AUGUST 12th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

Coton Sfrtttott. , HOBAftr TOVIN. ¡SATURDAY AUGUST 12th, 1864. Although genuine adversity leaves but few friends, there is always a fra- gile band of vociferously indignant supporters following in the wake of one who has been an unsuccessful or disappointed aspirant to public honor. Exuberant in eulogistic aspirations on their ill-used idol, they e\tol his virtues, lavish would bo compliments upon his talents, and deprecate every- thing that has not occurred to suit their own infatuation, and e\ery body who has not thought in accordance with their own humble selves ; but the excitement wears away, the virtue i and the talent become imperceptible; the j admirers become fewer and less ardent, j and 'ere long the idol is no longer idol- ised". Thus it is, and thus wci expect It will be in the case of that vastly disap- pointed- ought we not to say that ill used man, Mr Justice Horn«», whose rw..vi/u>tr>(l and defenroloss onnâ't! - '.-.. been so timidly defended by our con- tempor...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

biri MclltgfuW Jin Election-Mr. Sin tlccted on the Oth itittant, as the |ire tor Morven, without opposi » settles the question «t extension, j, ol new constitutional measures [ch ext msion is decided. Ä-?It waa currently re ajhout tim Town on Thursday, fee of ¡Solicitor-Goneral was to "Tsbeynnce for tho pie-ent, Mr. Mc Ivinii t te duties to perform iu ad [linne ot Crown Solicitor, under the liwu I'lo-secutur. We should h"w it'biiiniî co npullel to gi<e cre Luy such statement. It Mr. Mc luufit fir one ho is unfit fir both, rK«-4nd why bhuu-d tho Solici ilshp?o a Lepgiutf : IMunicipal Council met on lythe 9th instant. Présent, the [idernvn Elliston, Worley, Sim«, md Thom ii'ii. Applications were or the office ol Overseer ot Woik s Jfor timber to the Amount ot £518 li'd, when & long discusión look Uli was rri/efred at &n after period K'lin^ as to v e n/odd in which the been given-, and a gènei&l feeling 'be out-ruined that great brcgu Ipiöv tiled, but...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 12 August 1854

mechanics' Institute Ou Thursday evening, at tho express «olia . citation of tho committee, Or. Smart re-deli vei ed bia Lecture upon the Steam-engiufy before an audence nioio than usually uu ineioui. «' Mi. Hone occupied the << hair The !eutur«!i comm, need his observations by ulludiug generally to the wonderful chang-s that have been wruu^ht in thd I social und commercial world by tho ase df ' Kteum, interspersing lm romarks with some extract« from tho work of Dr. Lardner upon ', tho sa no subject, un 1 îeferrincr to the nu» mei o us applications to which it is nour plactd. Ho then pmcoedcid to give a brief history of the steain»ongtno, «it niora cor- rectly the knowledge of tho power of steam, from the du) s of H ¡ero* down to those' of New comen and Watt. The fiist arrangement for its cxhib tion wa? carefully described. It consisted of u metallic c\ lindar or hollow sphere, ever which wet« placed two upright column«, on o of which was hollow ->*-at the u...

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

0IIÏPPIKO For London* TO SAW ttw FIRST WEEK tiTAUGÜST THE. A 1 clipper barque INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, _ - Wilson, Matter. For Freight ot Wool or Cabin Passage apply to " ' Í New Wharf, July 8, 1854. 'Steam ttf-New Norfolk.*" TtIB "CULLODEN" Steam-packet, will commence turning on the 18th instant, to | and from New NorfolV, every MONDAY and THUR^Da Ï, leaving the OW Wharf at 9 a.m., and Messrs. »town and Thompson's, New Norfolk, at 3 p.m. on the above days. ?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 COR THE HVOI. ÎHE above Vessel will in future leave the Old Wharf every '1 uesday and Friday at 8 v viock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur- days, calling at the usual places. February IO. For Geelong, Victoria: H E fast-Bailing brig JANE. 174 Tom, Register, Walk fa. Master, Now loading for tho above port, and will meet with dispatch. For freight or pas " apply to the master o...

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SERVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

SERVIA. Belgrade, May 16.-*-Though Servia still remains in the most profound quiet, and the Austrian« make only friendly visits, the government has thought it advisable to select five military senators to set out to- morrow on a visit of inspection to every part of the principality, each taking a sepa- rate portion, in order to give the weight of their influence to the order issued in March regarding the conscription and training of the militia. There was nothing unusual in the conscription ; but this per- sonal mission of the most influential men adds force to the order of the government, and is significant.

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FRENCH TROOPS IN GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

FRENCH TROOPS IN GREECE. Athens, May 12.-The approach of a French army corps was announced on the I lth by the officers of the 20th Light lu fantrv, who landed here from the Euprates, and entered the Piraras on the same day. Everybody here was discussing the* intelli- gence, which, it is said, has made a pro- , found impression on the minds of the Greek population.

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OPERATIONS OF THE COMBINED FLEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

OPERATIONS OF THE COMBINED FLEETS. i Despatches had reached Paris from Vice Admiral Hamelin, to the following effect : " Ville de Paris, before Sabustopol, Alay 5. ,f Monsieur le Ministre,-^-Sincc the last letter which I had the honor of sending to your Excellency, dated 1st May, the two french and English squadrons have not ceased to cruise at a little distance and within sight sight of the port of Sebastopol, where the Russian ships persist in remain- ing imniovcable at their anchors. This im movubility not being calculated in any de- gree to slacken the operations of war which Admiral D-aidas and I have pro- jected on the Russian coasts, an Anglo French division starts this evening, under the command of Rear-Admiral Lyoiw, to attack and destroy, as well on the coast of the Crimea as on that of Circussia, the establishments and vessels of the Russians, and to open ways of communication with the Circassians, und especially with their chief, Secam vi. The naval division is com- pose...

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THE PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

THE PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN. The plan ofthe campaign in the East, as drawn up by Marshal de St. Arnaud at Constantinople, was received yesterday by the Minister of War at Paris The Patrie states, under date of .Varna the 12th, that the reinforcements for the Simson have an i ved safely, and that the ussians had made no movement. The Presse states from Constantinople, that Count Branecki having equipped and clothed in the national uniform a few Pole« Kreviously to his departure from Varna, 1. de Brück, the Austrian ambassador, complained formally of this fact to General Baraguay d'Hillters, who tran.quillised him by observing that these persons were only to be regarded as travelling companions of the Count. The Vienna paper, Wanderer, has St. Petersburg news of the 9th. The Emperor looks neither so well nor so composed as usual- The Heriditary Grand Duke, who is generally in very good spirits, also ap- peared extremely gloomy, - Much agitation is stated, to prevail in Finland, and the i...

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Commercial Intelligence. Corrected to Tuesday Afie[?] in at 5½p.m ACRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

(CouiniEtcial SateUîgtntr. Cpireeted to Tuesday Afieiuo m al ¿Jp m AGRICULTURAL* Wheat .per bu* 0 14 0 to 0 II 0 English Barley ...u 10 0 to 0 It 0 pape ditto.OjlO 0 to 0 liflO 0«tsci)loni«I.. 0 10 0 to 0 IO 6 flour per toa ....35 0 O io 36 0 0 Hay loose,. .... 16* 0 o to 1$ 0 0 Hay, pressed_!. ... l8 0 01. 21 00 Hydrauho ditto.l8 0 0 to 21) Oft rttraw. 8 0 Oto,lo 0 0 DAIRYgPRODUCE. o Butter, per pound «.0 8 CloO 4 0 Cheese, per pouud.0 1 4 toJO. 2 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, perlm?h$. Q IS OtoO 0 0 Beans, pfr bushel .... 0 14 OtoO 0 0 Tare» . ljJQlPtoO 0 0 \»otatoes,perton. 24 0 0^>2C0 0, Onion» per lb .0 0 C to 0 0 Cabbages, per dozen... 0 6 Oto 0 8 0 Cauliflower« per doa^q 0 t\ OtoO 8 0 Carrots, per ton.. 9 0 OtoO 0 0 Apples, per bushel. 0 l8 0 to 1 0 Q POULTRY. Fowls, per couple.,. 0 6^ OtoO 8 0 Ducks.ditto .0 it 0>>0 10 0 Ueesd,et.Qb..,. 0 8^,0]tiO 0 12* 0 E¿g«, pjr dozen .0 3 0 to 0^8 6 FUEL. Port Arthur Coals per ton.3 0 0 [ Schonton Inland ditto.,.2 10 0 She Oak. Wo >...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

LONDON MART DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 CASES OF NEW DRAPERY, ex Victoria, direct to order. SLY AND RISBY, Beg to call the attention of those ladies who have not yet vis- ited their Establishment, and request they will do so without delay, and judge for themselves, as to the extent of their Stock of well-selected ÏLAIN AND FANCY DRAPERY Also to their Prices and Quality, which will be found to be cheaper than any other house in town. Four cases of Famiiy Mourning A liberal allowance made to thrpkeepers and country storekeepers. Liverpool-street, July 24th. On sale by the undersigned, Murray & Liverpool-sts. 800 crystalized Sugar. 100O bags good counter qualityMauritius 500 chests tea, including Flying Childers, Gulnare, Maggie, and other first rate brands. . 20J tierces Barrett's Tobacco 150Hhds. West India Rum. 100 ditto Brandy, Martell's and U. N. O. Co. SOO Hhds.Stout, Taylors, Godirjg*s and Truman's 50 hhds. lnd and Coope's Ale. The whole of these articles will be sold ata ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

GLENORCHY PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION. "open TO All..' Under the Distinguished Patronage OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUT. ' GOVERNOR. AT an Adjourned Meeting of the above Association, held at the Kensington Inn, O'Brien's Bu'dge, on the 7th instant Mr. Alderman Bonnet in the Chair The Chairman having opened the meeting, by lucidly and with good effect describing the great benefits derivable from such Asso- ciations, not only to the present but to futuro generations, the following resolutions were proposed and unanimously adopted : - RS First-Proposed by H. J. Hull, Esq., and seconded by J. P. Lester. Esq. " That the ^following gentlemen form a Committee, with power to add to their number : T. Y. Lowes, E*q. John Levis, Esq* Alderman Bonney , Mr. James Young - W. Stevenson - E. Corney 1 - L. Cothim - M. Holmes John Brent, Esq. II. J. Hull, Esq. i Mr. C. Bonney , - Wm. Young - J Reason - J.L. Cleary - J. Wilkinson - J. King And that five shall form a quorum." Second-Proposed by J. Lester, Esq. ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

Jßoyal Victoria Theatre» RAINEH'S ORIGINAL ' Ethiopian Serenaders, TJokets and Private Boxes for their Agent» J. P. NASH'S BENEFIT, On Wednesday Evening, August 16f/t, Can be secured at the Theatre between the hours of 10 and 12 sun., and after 12 at the Union Club Hotel. Tickets can also be secured at the usual places.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

NOT SELLING OFF WITHOUT pretending to adopt tho Fashionable Puff of SELLING OFF the Çun dersjgned wiil nevertheless guarantee that he sells Goods infinitely Cheaper than those resorting to such an expedient, the truth of which can be gathered from the very simple but telling fact of the daily increase of his business, and of tho«e kind friends who have once patronized him, again and again favouring him with a call. His stock has latterly been very considerably increased per late arrivals, .and now com 1 prises nearly every article of Gentlemen's, Boy's and Youth's Ready-made Cloth- ing, Shirts« Hats, Caps, Blankets, Hosiery, &c. And is in constant receipt of fresh Goods. No damaged Goods sold. Country Orders carefully attended to. NO SECOND PRICE. W. GRAHAM, 7S Liverdool Street, next door to Murphy's Leather Warehouse, and nearly opposite Watchorn's Emporium, CHIT CHAT AS two Gentlemen (whose names, for certain reasons, we do not mention) when walking through town yesterday,...

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THE TIMBER TRADE, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

THE TIMBER TRADE. AND SQUTH AUSTRALIA, In the performance of public, not less than private duties, the sentiments ex- cited are as often painful a« pleasureable. And it is a melancholy truth that the retrospect of human life ever presents al many images of sadness as of mirth, whilst not a few may say with him of old " few and evil have been my day«/ too few, for all purposes of good ; too evil, in thought, motive, and action, for remaining existence to compensate. And, as with individuals, so with com- munities. The present obliterates the past and blinds to the future, till time the avenger brings the inevitable penalty of wrong doing, and simulta- neously inflicts à punishment and pro- claims a warning. An ungracious task is his who, by private relationship or public duty, is impelled to assume the office of a monitor-to dwell upon un- pleasant truths-to recall unwillingly remembered transgressions-to expose the evil that has been done-to enforce the good that remains to .do* " P...

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