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

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND Mechanics Institute THE Committee ot Managers of the Van Diemen*« Lan i Mechanics' Institution have groat pleasure in stating'to the mem- bers and the public generally that the following gentlemen have aire tdy promised their valuable assistance at the Lecture Table during the present Session : The Kev. J. Lillie, D.D., President TheVenerable Aichdeacon Davies. Hon. Richard Dry, Speaker of the Legis " lativn Council. Rev. Dr. Holtad. f Rev. F. II.jCox, . Rev. J. Clarke, Dr. Huxtable.; Dr Hal!. ' - - !. --. Dr.Smart- - .~- j K -E. Macdowell,-Esq.- . - .- .-. ,. , - !'. t%'-'T. Macdowell, Esq.. . t '.!".'., .:, ; C. B. Brewer. Esq. . i.h J. J. Salier, Esq.- . - ..,.,. j Dr. Dowkinq. -,...*..... ji-, .The list of ensuing Lectures will be adver lisfd some time before delivery. i Admission to Lectures-Members free; ? non-members Is. each Lecture. | Doors open at 7 o'clock and lectures com- mence at half-past 7. Music Class Conductor, Mr. J. J. Salier, Leader, Mr. Wm. Ru...

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

SYDNEY. Our files are to the . 5th/instant, and have topics of the ave rage amount of interest. Commercial.-The Newcastle-Coal and Copper Company had their first meeting on the 31st July, at the Ex- change Rooms. The report gave great satisfaction to the proprietors present, and the Herald is of opinion that when the' necessary commencing ' operations are completed and the plant is fairly at work, there is no doubt but this will be one of the most lucrative affairs in the colony. At Mr. C. Newton's sale on the 1st August, fhyson-skin teas * ex .^Arabia, fetched 90s in chests and 46s in half chests j ten catty boxes, I7s 6d ; Cos sipore sugars, No. 2,-realised £36 15s; currents,rUd three farthings per lb ; Martello pale brandy, in cases, 24s per dozen ; WI rum, 14 o. p., 5s per gall ; port wine, ex Sophia Mackenzie, 7s 3d per gallon ; Bangor slates, assorted sizes, more or less damaged were sold at £13 13s per 1000.-Empire, Aug. 2nd. The first meeting of the shareholders in the Sydne...

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

FOR SALE AT TEE HOBART TOWN FOUNDRY Agricultural Implements, &c. ONE and two horse power American Railway. Thrashing Machines, with snperatuers Two and four horse power portabel Thrashing Machines, (English and Scotch made)   Hossey's Reaping Machines and Win- nowing Machines Chaff-cutters, Stalfi-cutters. and Turnip cutters Cider Mills and Presses, Churns, and Cheese Presses Parkinson's Bigeu'lj Machines 13ram ih's Hay Presse», and (Screw Pres- ses, Wool Screws Garden Water Engines, lift and force Pumps French Burr Mill Stones,'cast steel mill Bll'i i Bar. Tue, Rod, Sheet and Hoop Iron, ; (all styes) Boiler. Plate, rivet Iron, and angle Iron Cast, Gem,an, Bister, and Spnng «teni Cart Bon s, Copper Boilers, and fir Bricks Tallow Press completo ou an .improved principle Portable Washing Coppers and Coffee Roasteis A lew tons beat Blacksmith's English ; coal. " HENRY DAVIDSON. [¿_ , |( T . .FOR THE BENEFIT OF ' \ ' -too tPo S2P <£*» 613 E£î0 > j Aan-...

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

6IHPPING For London« TO SAIL the FIRST WEEK in AUGUST THE A. 1 clinppr barque INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, - Wilson, Master. Fur Freight ot Wool or Cabio Passag« apply to ! Reeves & Cc New Whai f, July 8, 1854- ? i For Geelong, Victoria. Ii E fast-sailing brig asi, 174 Toni, Register, Walker, Master, Now loading for the above port, and will meet with dispatch. For freight or pas e apply to the master on. board ; or to C. Lovett. Franklin Wharf, íulj M. To Let, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. THR Commodious premises (without the Shop) and Store and other convenience lately occupied by Mr. J. Iteran, Liverpool street, as o Wholesale Retail Leather Ware- house. To a respectable tenant every facU lity will be given, and the rent «ill be found moderate. Apply to ' Mr. J. JIeoan, Liverpool-street. Hobart Town, 8th July, 1854. Electro-plated Ware A SMALL Assortment of Elkingto a's celebrated Meistro-ploted Goods, c« in- sisting cluefty of Foik» aud Spoons, on t »le by the undesigned, Old Wh...

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

HISCEKIiAJfEOUS. W<J.AAf1<MMWWAA«<W>M»»MAA»aAAA*w' SHORTLY - WILL BE PUBLISHED * COLLECTION OF POEMS By M. M., Consisting of Odes, Sonnets, AN MISCELLANEOUS POEMS Price 2s. Cd. CARD. W. J. HUXTABLE, M.R.C.S" Begs to inform his patients that he ha removed to No. 1, KELSO TERRACE, ELIRABETH STREET. CARD. 6. PRYDE, fcATE MASTER MARINER, (.Successor lo John Johnson,) SHIP-CHANDLER, find SAILMAKER General Grocer, Tea, Wine and Spirit Merchant, near the "Custom House " NEW WHARF, Hobart Town. , Purchase Blocks to be obtained for uso. [a cakd.] DR. MACNAMARA, Member of the .Royal College of Surgeons, London, and A ceo ucher. having removed from Ross, may bo consulted daily, from 9 tolo o'clock in the morning, and from 5 to 6 in the. afternoon, next door to the Stores of Messrs. -Degraves, Collins-street.,. ; July 1, 1854'. To the Public JR. CHALLES EADY, having with- drawn from the firm ot Eady and Aus 1 tin'. Butchers, Liverpool-street, the under- signe...

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LATEST FROM THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

LATEST FROM THE CONTINENT. Paris, May 23.-'The Paris correspon- dent of the Times writes : " I am assured that twenty pieces of artillery of largo cal- ibre and tremendous power were to be embarked yesterday and the day before at Marseilles. They are said to be intended for Sebastopol. It now seems certain, that the plan of a combined attack by sea and land on that celebrated fortress and the Crimea has been decided upon, and that, in fact, we may expect to hear at a short interval from each other, news of some- thing very important taking place in the Bultic and the Black Sea. The steamer Dauphin had arrived at Marseilles from the Levant, and it is said she is the bearer of despatches, of which nothing has as yet transpired, except that the news they con- tain is favourable." The Government papers renew with in- creased earnestness their assurances of perfect reliance upon Austria, t Vienna, May 20.-It is credibly related that, when the levy of 95,000 men was communicated to the re...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY,AUG. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TvBSDAT,Avo. 15. The Council met this day, the Speaker taking the chair at 4 o'clock. Present-The Colonial Secretary, the Colo- nial Treasurer, the Collector of Customs, Messrs. Bisdee, Lenke, Langdon, Clerke, Anstey, Butler, Gleadow, Morrison, Sin- clair, Sharland, Officer, and Fenton. rXTlTlOKS. A petition was read by Mr, ANSTEY, from the inhabitants of Oreat Swanport praying for an extension of the Council, and that Swanport misfit be represented. 'The, standing orders of the house being sus- pended for the purpose, Mr. CHAPMAN, brought in tbe petition of the'Sydney Steam Navigation Company for their proposed Bill, and gave notice of motion to bring in the Bill accordingly, ' Mr. CLERIXE'gave notice that he would, on Friday next, bring in a bill for the exten- sion of the Council. Mr. D'Arch ana Mr. Sinclair were then introduced, and took the oatbs and their seats ; and the SPEaRER announced that Mr. Gleidow had resigned his office as Chairman of Committees. ...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

ippiflg ïlrpnrt ARRIVALS. August 13.-Brigantine Red Rover, 89 toas, Harrison, from FJindera' Island Aag. 8, with sundries and 1 steerage passenger. Agent«-Gillie« Bros. -13.-Schooner Lion, 217 ton«, Mi.. choll, from Geelong Aug. 0, with sheep, Passengers-Messrs. G. Cherry, W. Sym momis, and 1 in the steerage. Agents K«rr & Hunt -13.-Barque Glencoe, 160 tona.Lnng» from Port Albert Au?. 9, with cattle and sheep. "Passenger«-Mrs. Laug and j) in fhe steerage. Agent-the master. - I*.-Schooner Flving Squirrel, 87 tons, M'Cvmoqt, from Geelong Aug.} with umber, passenger-Mrs. Hudson.' Agent -Hudson. ' - 14.-Schooner Free Trader, 149 ton«. Adam«, from Port Albert Aug. 9, with cattle. 1 ateeragé pratenger. Agent Guetdon. ' - 14.-Brig Emma, 139 tons. Brown, from Sydney August 6. with general cargo. Passenger«-Mia« Beale, Messrs. Brooke«, Bonney, Young and Master Carandiui. The mail eousisted of 1 paper parcel aud 8 letters. ' Agents-Maning Brother*. - 14.-Schooner Swallow, 121 tons>...

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Later English News, NEWS TO 4TH JUNE. BOMBARDMENT OF HANGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

Later NEWS English New J VS TO 4th JUNE. I BOMBARDMENT OF HANGO. Mt I Our Launceston correspondent has most opportunely forwarded ua a second e¿¿. tipn of the Melbourne Mornin\ Herald, of the I2th instant, con- taining English news to the 4th ofi June, and from the Seat of War to the 25th of May. We extract the following from that journal. The Lady Jocelyn anchored in Hob son's Bay at one o'clock this day, bring, ing with her news from England to the 4th of June. The news from the seat of war ig highly interesting. There has been no" one great engagement, but the contes* fig now gradually extending itself all over g Europe. Bombardments are going on at various places, at Silistria, Riga, Hango, Sebastopol, tee. Some brilliant achievement* have been effected in the course of the several actions ; the per. formance of the' steamers Arrogant ana Hecla are particularly noticeable. Eight thousand French troops had been posted in the Pireeus. Lord Raglan was at Schumla with Omar Pascha, r...

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POLICE REPORT, SATURDAY,AUGUST 12TH. (Befom A.B. Jones Es[?],and Captain Bat[?]man.) SYMONDN V BARTLKTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

POLICE REFORT, SATvamr, Avovst 12th. (Seton A.B. Jcnas/Eso.., sodCsptsfa Bateman..} ?YUOMDN V SaaTLSTT. This was an information against Mr. Bartlett under the provisions of the slaugh- tering Act, for selling meat without a liceusw at a «hop in Barrack-street. The witnesses were not in readiness to prove the ease» Mr. ¿rower thereon submitted that the ease should be dismissed,-Case dismissed ao cordially, Mr. Symond* stating his inten- tion to apply again against defendant, and the bench expressing an unfavorable opinion to him. tub orrçNce against ths TaavsPoaTED OVÏEH DIBS' ACT. Themen Johnson and Arnold, remanded from yesterday were again placed at the bar, charged with approaching at fortesqae .Bay, Tasman's Peninsular, nearer than three miles to the "shore. Symond« «aid that the prisoner Arnoldt was a new man in the colony, and probably led away in ig- norance of the regulations, but Johnson was an old hand. The police magistrate told Johnson that he had information which led t...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 8th August, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Caveat Board. 6th August, 1854. NOTICE Is hereby given, that the fol- lowing Claims to Grants of Land will be investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or imme- diately after the 8th day of Oct. next, on or before which day any caveat or counter   claim must be entered : Richard Morgan, township of Bellerive, Ia. (originally located to Alexander Buchanan   whose heir at law Archibald Buchanan sold to applicant.) Bounded on the north east by 5 chains 53 links south-easterly along the watch house allotment commencing at the north-west angle thereof on the Esplanade and extending to Petchy-street, on the south-east by 1 chain 70 links south-westerly along that street to the north-east boundary of an allotment located to - Champion and Company, on the south-west   of that boundary extending north-westerly to the Esplanade aforesaid, on the north-west by 1 chain 45 links north-ea...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 August 1854

Itoal anttlligtuit Sale or Crown Lamm.-This .ale, which wa« held iu the Court-house, on Thursday last, by Mr. Burnett, of the Sur- vey Department, wa« fully attended by the Capitalists and «peculator» of the city and province«. Good prices, varying from £20 to £5¿ per foot frontage, on wharf and conti- guous allotment«, were obtained in Hobart Town and the country townships. Camp, boll Town, Ross, and Franklin fetched the highest prices, and Long Bay the lowest. £250 per acre was giveo for Campbell Town allotments ; £54 nor acie for Ross ; and £2 to £3 per aore for Long Bay. ii to £2 par acre was obtained for country sections in favourable positions. Upon the whole, the «aid weet off well, and realised ' about £20,000. Intimation to Publicans. This is the last day open, j torbul i ii ¡j applica- tions lor licenses ¿with tho Chief Police Clerk. Mr. Nash's Benepit. - This evening ¿has boen most appropriately sat apart tor the benefit of Mr. Nash, the agent an manager of Rainer'« Seren...

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

TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY NOTICE is heteby given to the Shnre holders of the Tasmanian Steam Nii gation Compauy, that tho Second Dividend of 8 per cent interest per annum <>n the amount paid up on their ivspective Shares, is payable at the office of the Company, oa. the Old Wharf, Hobart Town. Shareholders who, from distance or any other cause, may be preveuted from makiug personal application aie requested to forward proper authority for their agent to sign a re- ceipt for their respective amounts. Cuasxss Toby, Manager. T. S. N. Company's Office, Old Wharf, Hobart Town, August 12. 1854. Lime ! lime ! lime ! IN>ny q riantity, Reached and Blacked, for shipping. Orders left at the Franklin Store, T. Whit- ney will be punctually attend to. August 12,1854. Wanted to Hire or Parchase, A FEW good Draught Horses and Carts. Apply to H. F. Luckham, No. 4, Campbell-street. August 14th, 1854. HOBART TOWN AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. Under the distinguished patronage of .HI...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Cordials for tbe Million ! COMPETITION ACTUALLY DEFIED, H E. »AVIS, Birmingham House, 101, Liverpool-street, AVING enlarged his premises and recently imported from London a patent apparatus, &c, for the manufacture of Cordials, ïfègs to inform his numerous friends, Customers, Pub- licans, Coffee-room keepers, and the public generally, that he is now fully prepared to supply the following Cordials at moderate prices, : Ginger Beer, Gingerade, Orangeade, Lemon Syrup, Cloves, Peppermint, Noyeau, Bitters. 1 hese Cordials being prepared from the most improved recipes in Londou and Paris, are, without any exaggeration acknow- ledged by competens judges to be superior to any in the colony, and as the ¡Maine Liquor Law is likely to be passed during the next Sitting of the Legislative Couucil a rare opportunity will thus be afforded to those who intend opening Temperance Coffee Rooms in Hobart Town and throughout the territory. ADVANCE TASMANIA ! 2nd August, 1854. THE RUSSIAN INVASIO...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Public Sleeting of the 1st July, Belo; at the Victoria Thcatio. AT the above meeting, it waipropo«ed by T. 1). Chapman, Esq. and seconded by Joseph Hone, Esq.,-, ** That Subscription Lists bo opened to form a Fund (of which the Mayor Bhall bo'fieasurer) for the Ueliet of tho Wives and Families'of the Men engaged in the Wai." Some fears having been expressed that it was iutonded to limit tho Fund now raising for transmission to England to the Wives and Families of SOLDIERS ONLY, the Mayor feels it his duty to publish a Copy of the original Resolution, as passed at the Public Meeting, in order lo removo such an impression, Amount of subscriptions already advertised.141 10 0 John Abbott. 1 1 » SFFano. 0 7 6 Power. « 1 0 Swaine......;.,. ,1 »>, ° Joseph Hone .,.... 1 1 ° Mrs Hone. 1 1 0 baster Hone . 110 MrSpcak. 1 0 0 Captain Vicary. 110 HI Fisher. 1 1 0 RSutton. 1 1 0 W B Leake. 1 1 0 K Aitken..". 1 I 0 W Davidson. 110 H Kean . I 1 0 C Englebert........'.. 1 1 0 W Payne...........*...

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Reaper and Thrasher. MR. WORLEY Will sell by auction, without reserve, on MONDAY, the 28th August, at twelve o'clock, at the corner of Argyle and Melville-streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Reaper and Thrasher. MR. WORLEY Will sçll by auction, without reserve, on MONDAY, the 28th August, at twelve o'clock, at the corner of Argyle and Alel ville-atrcets, A THRESHING MACHINE of tix horsepower, manufactured by Clayton, Chuttleworth, and Co., capable of threshing, shaking, and chnffitig about 500 bushels daily. Its machinery is of the best descrip- tion and very substantial. The travelling wheels are of the strongest kind, and it le qiiires not more thau two horses for travel- ling purposes. ALSO A Reaping Machino manufactured by M'Cormack, capable of reaping about 15 acres per day. and may be worked with one or two horse?. Its superiority to other machines is w-ell established The purcha- ser will receive with it a dozen extra eaws. The above may b& inspected any time by reference to the Mart. Terms-CaBh, or half cash ; the remain- der at three months, with tix per cent.

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Consignment of English Fu[?] ture, Vases, Dinner and Tea Services, Splendid En[?] in appropriate Frames, &c. &c. &c. MR. WORLEY, Will sell by auction, in the upper room of the Mart, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th August, 1854, at twelve o'clock, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Consignment of English Fnrni tnre, Vases, Dinner and Tea Services, Splendid En^iaviags in appropriate Frames, &e. &o. &c. MR. WORLEY, Will sell by auction, in the upper room of the Mart, on WEDNESDAY, the . 30th August, 1Ö54, at twelve o'clock, AC0NS1GNMENTT of ENGLISH, FURNITURE, comprising Sofas. Couches, Tables, Side Boards," Chairs, ijtnd many domestic requisites and novelties. A", so, A select quantity oí Vases, Ornaments, Lus- tres, and beautiful Engravings in oaicj maple, musk, cedar and pine, presenting* artística! groups and picturesque description-', by the highest talent of the day. A detailed account printed in due course. Terms-Cush under £50.

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[?] [?] Town [?]. HOBART TOWN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23RD, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Sunn (£WHmi. HOBART TOWN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23im, 1864. Tim historians of ancient times dwell less upon the domestic manners of the nations whose histories they profess to relate, than upon their law-givers and their tau b. The discovciies at Pompeii afford fuller indication of the habits of an ancient Human than the narrative of Tacitus, and modern histo ¡ians have followed the example ol their nredecííKíiore. Dr. J.«maca complained that a history of the people was yet to he written ; and Macauley, although'he suspended his relation to uwell upon a hiilliant and picturesque description of the social economy and social habits pre- valent at the time of which he wrote, . .ints with a stronger touch and more exquisite finish the parliamentaiytstrug gles, the parliamentary orators, the legislation, and the legislators of the day. And we have ever been accitbtonicd to derive our ideas of the civilization or barbarism of any people from the cha- racter and conduct oí those who have been ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

FURNITURE BAZAAR. Corner of Collins qrxt Argyle Streets. The undersig ned 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 FURNITURE BAZAAR, and having carried on an extensive Cabinet Furniture Business, 'for many years in JSew South Wales, he trusts that his experience in the above business, combined with attention to all orders with wich he may be favoured, will ensnre him a share of public patronage. A ^UPERIOE HEAESE WITH PLUMES, &c.,&c, &c. and And having conducted the Funeral b siness in connexion with the manufacture in New South for twelve years, he can as- sure his friends and the public that he will be able to couduct Funerals in the most respectable manner. AU orders shall receive his personal atitntion^ HENRY I K I N.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

if LONDON MAßT DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 CASIS OF NSWDRAPaa?, ex Vistoûa. direct t3 order. SLY AND RISBY, Beg to call the attention of those ladies who have no^ 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 PLAIN AND FANCY MAPERI .Also to their Prices and Quality, which will be found to be cheaper than any other house in town. Focr case : of Family Mourning*. , A Userai allowance made to thopkceperi and country s¿oiekecper¿>. Liverpool-street, July Sith.

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