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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BA[?] TUESDAY, AUG. 22ND HYMANS [?] BROWN, & AN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IX BAXCC. TUE SD. A Y, AUG. 22nü IIysiaks v. Pwown & ano. In this ca3e the rJn was discharged, the ^action going on against, the bail. Tue effect of this decision would seem to bj that a deciaration of Insolvency does not reieace parties, who may have uieviously boco.ne bail for.the insolvent arrested in auy action, pending at the time of such declara- tion from their liability for the amount or tho action, unless they render mo put ty thus bailed. ' 1 Several other cases woro board but pos- sessed no public inteicst<

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

¿p&f^ G L E N O R C H Y PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION «OPEN TO All..' Under the Distinguished Patronaye OP BIS EXCELLENCY THE L1EUT. GOVERNOR A Tan Adjourned Meeting of the above f\ Association, held at the Kensington inn, O'Brien's Bridge, on the 7 th iubtunt Mr. Alderman Bonney 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 future generations, the following resolutions wer« proposed and unanimously adopted : - First-Proposed by H. J. Hull, Esq., and seconded by J. P. Lester. Esq.- j " That the foBowing gentlemen form a Committee, with power to add to their number : T. Y. Lowes, Eeq. .lohn Lewis, Esq* Alderman Bonney Mr. James Young - W. Stevenson - E, Corney - L. Ootha no; - M. Holmes John Brent, E*q. II. J. Hull, Esq, Air. C. Bonney - Wm. Younjf - J Reason - J.L. Cleary - J. Wilkinson - J. King And that five shall form a quorum " Second-Proposed...

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Commercial Intelligence. [?] to Tuesday Afternoon at 5 p.m. ACRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

<f ninninml Siitcilijptr.s Cot i ei led to Tuesday Af.eiaom at 5 p.mt ACmCULTURAL, V. v..perbush 0 14 0 to 0 H 0 Lugitsh Bailey. O 10 0 to 0 11 o Cape ditto .0 10 0 to 0 l! 0 Oats c AoaUI. 0 10 0 to 0 10 tí Flour]. . ton..\.35 0 Q to 3G 0 0 Hay 1 o-, .. .10 0 o to 17 0 0 Hay, vi'^-d ..*... 17 0 Oto 1« 0 0 Hydrau'.ic ditto.10 0 » to 20 0 0 straw ,.:...".:.8 0 0 to lo 0 0 DAIRY" PRODUCE. Butter, perpouud .0 8 6t>0 4 0 Cheese,per pouud.0 1 i t> 0 2 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bushel. 0 10 0 to 0 Beans, per,bushel .... 0 ¡4 0 to 0 Tares . 1 0 Otjü Potatows, per ton. 24 0 0 to 28 Onions per lb ..*.."". .;.\...'Q 0 Gio Cabbages, per dozen... 0 6 0 lo 0 Cuulidowcrs per d',zjn 0 o 0 to 0 Cdirots» per ton..'9/° 0 to 0 Appius, per bushel. 0 18 0 to 1' 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 (I 8 0 G 0 0 0 0 0 POULTRY. Fowls', per c >uplo. 0 *G ;0 to 0 8 0 Ducks,ditto .'..'0 0 O.toOlÓ 0 Ceesí, etch. 0 8 0 to 0 12 ; 0 Eggs,"par dozen .7. 0S0 to.O 3 o' FUEL. Tcrt Arthur Coals per ton.8 0 0 Schoute...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

AUSTRIA. Vienna, Thursday evening.-(From the Times.)-Last night Count Buol left for Prague. The Emperor and the Count will meet the King of Prussia and Baron Manteuffcl on the Saxon nt Teschen, on the Saxon frontier. It is thought that the meeting bodes no good to the Western Powers. A kind of orced loan for the improvement of the currency has been resolved on. It is said that General Count Nostitz is nbont to take a letter irom the Em- peror Nicholas.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

WSW ZEALAND, jíuck'and.-On May 27th, ti e lion representatives bud assembled, anda address was delivered by Colonel Wy in which His Excellency points oui state and prosperity of this pro t ince, indeed the whole colony in the flourishing colours. Complaints were being made nt L ton of the high price of butchers meat The Wellington Government &] contains an interesting statistical compiled by Mr. Prendergast, surges] the 56th regiment, showing the dis» which have prevailed among the sol; under his clnrgc for three years March 1851." The table, he cons " interesting as showig the great brity of that portion of New Zealand, From that table it appears that tli'e missions into the regimental hospital the deaths hare been about a third less I j in the United Kingdom. Only three deaf had occurred in three years, and of two were sudden, one case being by plexy, and the other by the rupture o' aneurisma! tumour. During tlicwhol« the three years there was not a single of fever amongst...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

VICTORIA. Our files are to the 19th instant news possesses little interest. We cstj the following: Sir Charles Hotham had been tained at Geelong on the 16th instant j grund banquet, when 300 guests were sent. The mayor of Geelong chair. His Excellency, in a long sptl alluded to several topics of great inltl He excused his predecessor by the mil ecdentcd circumstances which had f rounded him. Ile then advocated! policy of carrying out colonial itnpri incuts by loans. He stated that! had arranged for sixteen thirty pounders liebig sent from which with one steamer would be ail for the defence of the colony. Hei] stnted that in future government conti would b3 opeu to "all Australia,"! said, as he had commenced hy loo'J into how affairs stood, he hoped to suctj finally in arousing their tipnrohalion. On the 17th Sir Chailu vhia'd Theatre, having previously im. plans of the railway from 'Geelong to J bourne. There seems little doubt oil practical tendency of the new GovertJ administratio...

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Town Clerk's Office, 15th Aug., 1854. WANTED, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Town Clerk's Office, 15th Aug., 1854, WANTED, A PERSON competent to undertake the Situation of Foreman of Works under   the City Surveyor. Applications enclosing testimonials, and certificates of capability will be received by the Undersigned until Friday, 25th instant.   By Order of the Mayor and Aldermen, Frederick Robert Lees, Town Clerk. Aug. 15, 1854.

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

£ljif jtifig Hrçnrt ARRIVALS. :< 11 Aug 19-Ste*rner Iron Tasmania. 2á,r> tons Clinch, from Melbourne, Aug 17, i» ballast, passengers-Mr Wigmore, Mr Stevenson, Mr Tuckvale, Mr "White, Mr Seal, Mr Dawson.AIr, Lawler, Miss Bernbridge. Mr Askiu, Mr Cinil: , \lr Officer, Mr Smith, Mr Stanhope, Mr uuU .d'aster Hargraves, Mr VV Jackson, Mr Perth Mr J .Jackson. Mr Middlecote, Mis Middleeote, with 3 j steerage, and 24 government immigrants Agent, C Toby. -lu-Schooner Circassian, '20 tons, Thompson from Geelong, in ballast. Agent, C M Maxwell. -20-Barque Don Pedio. 1 1, Grant, from Melbturne, ag nts, Dickson, Hewatt & Co. -21-Schooner Flying Fi-.li, 121. tons, Lucas, from Geelong, Aug 17, »hil sheep : pas- sengers- Mis» Elliott. Agents, j U 'Pherson and Francis. -21-Brig Amethyst, l42tona, Hill, from Geelong, Aug 17. in ballast ; pa-scngers-Miss Ellen Itusscll. Agents, Dickenson, llcwat at Co. -21-Brig Gertrude, 119 tons, Watts, from Geelong, Aug, 17, in bdlast. Agent .M...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] Cavet Board. 15th August, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Caveat Board. 15th August, 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol   lowing Claims to Grants of Land will   be investigated by the Commissioner^ appointed for that purpose.upon or Srnme. diately after the 16th day of Oct. next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered : Richard Meredith. Township of Sorell.   2a 20p. Originally located to A. M'Laughlan, who sold to Lawrance Kavenagh, who sold to Thomas Featherstone, who sold to applicant.) Bounded on trie north by 3 chains lo links westerly along an allotment located-to -Cham- pion commencing at the touth-east angle thereof on Gordon-ktreet, on the west by 2 chains southerly along an allotment formerly located to the Wesleyau Methodists, on the south by 3 chains 13 links easterly along an allotment clai med by Edward Robert Lord to Gordon-street aforesaid, and thence on the east by 2 chains northerly along the street to the...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Last Night's Council. TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

LEBISLAÏIVE GÖUIÖIL. IL»sa Wfgrüßt's Couur.fiS. Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1S54. The Speaker look the chair at 4 o'clock, Present-Tho Colonial Secretary, the Colo- nial Treasurer, the Attoniey-General,the Collector.of Customs, Mr. Leake, (.opt. Langdon, Messrs. Allison, Chapman, Sharland. Gleadow, .Morrison, t'krke, Sinclair, Kermode, Captain Fenton, Di: Officer, Mr. Cleburne, i>r. Butter. A message: from his Excellency, No. 22, ?wai bt ought in, i dativo to the estimates under the tehcdiiles. The bali nee of 1853 would enable tho Ticasury to meet the h'avy extra demundi arising Oom au in- creased expenditure iu 1854. I'lia estimated ways and means would amount to 341',0.i0/, and the fxptndituie would loavea balance of about 12,000/. The averaue revenue had fa'.leu short of the expenditure, 25,0it0¿. "1 he amount nppropnatcd to emigiation was about 110,0u0/., fro'U the land fund and tho general revenue, but the engagements mudo wete such ss to lead to a necessity lor the provision of furt...

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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

Istnl âutclligtnri The Transfeh of Licenses. The adjourned meeting of magistrates for this purpose takes place chis day. when it is to be hoped that equity will guide the pro» caedings ot the justices in a moro marked manner than occurred on th' lafit occa ion. Serenaders.- 'Ihe benefit of Mr Hamer. on this cviQng will doubtleua produce a full house, and we anticipate, a highly batialuctory result. Air. ' Wnito's benefit follows with a most amusing pro- gramo on Fri Jay. The pa Uno ara now awa.,iug to the real monta of this company. Threatening to Shoot.-This ca?e v. Inch was heard at the Police OJlioe, yest riay, v« herum Mr Popham was charged with threatening to Bhoot ai a constable, was dismi.-sed. &lt: Perry on his part threatening ¡in indictment against the police for perjury. The Glenorchy Murder. APPREHENSION OF THE MURDERER.-At the adjourned mqiiOot lied al ibe Horse and Jockey, New Town, yesterday, upon the body ot Abraham Woodfield, tevoral meu wciô rankedgup in ol...

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

Caveat Board. 22nd Aug., 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Claims to Grants of Land will be investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or imrr.ediatelyafter the 22nd day of Oct., next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered : Edward John Dawes. Hobart, Buck- ingham. Eight perches. (Originally re- served for a roadway.) Bounded on the 'south east by I chain ¡¿7J links north-east- erly along land granted to Josiah Spode commencing at the v»est angle thereof on New Town Road, on the north east by SO links north-westerly also along the íast uientioncd laod, on the north west by 70 links sonth-westt-rly along part of u loca- tion to (J W Quuningto ¡Sew Town Road aforesaid, aud thonco ou the western side by 70 links southeily along that road to the point of coitimencemi'Ut. George Guest. City of Hobart Town. 19 2-10 perouos. (Applicant claims as do vise under his fa'her's will.) Bounded on tho south east by 2 chains 31 lin...

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

ROYAl VICTORIA THEATRE. IMBUS BMl^riim. BBHM1M Lnder the distinguished patronage of His Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor. Wednesday Evening, August 23rd. 1854. J. C. RAINER in returning his sincere thanks to his Friends and the public in general for the uniform and liberal support he has received in the colony, begs to inform them that his Farewell benefit is fixed,for the above Evening, when he feels assured that he will be able to produce the greatest novelty of the season, and he therefore makes his last appeal with the certainty of being enabled to give entire satisfaction to those friends who may honor him with their patronage on this occasion. PART FIRST IN CITIZENS DRESS WITH I DITE FACES. Opening Glee, A bold brave crew Hong, the Old Sexton, first time Company Rainer, Mother and daughter, father and son, But come they-strangers or come they kin Come to my solitude one by one, I gather them in, I gather them in. Solo, Flutinn, from Norma, Bryant Quintette, She sleeps in th...

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

A Situation Want:d A M AR RIED COUPLE wish to engage to do the house work of »> smatt family. Apply A. K., ut the Mercury Office. Wanted, AN Apprentice for the Currying business Apply to Mesara, li egan aud Sun Leather Warehouse, Liveipoul-atieut. Wanted« SITUATION as farm Labourer-or _ _ gardener. One who can make h maalf ¡íeñerally uaeul. Apply at^.theJMevcuiy lOflke. '" ' A Hydraulic Pressed Hay TUB under«it;nod are now prepared to 11Y DU AU L1C PK1SSS UAY.inany Iquuntity, at Bridgewater, aad tbrwaul/tho I same to Hobart Town. Beown & Thompson. Wanted Immediately, AMAN or boy as f-eneral sarvaut Apply to Dr. Binonr, Collins-street. August 15th, 1854. TIT AN - KD, a strong active Lad for the W Jiutcheiiug Business; apply to Clement & WATta», Fianklin Wh..rf 14th August, 1354. Ipartmenistobelet mifuimshed or foarished, IT71TH or without an Stable rnd Crach VY House. Enquire at Alhcrt Hou'.e, low Town Hoad, opposite Nile Terrace. Wanted to Hire or Purchase, V FEW ...

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

M tSCISI/fc OEOVS. DERWENT AND TAMAR Fire, Life and Marine Assurance COMPANY, HOBART 7OWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR U45 CAPITAL-£100,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. * DIRECTORS. ~SamueïMoses, Esq. 1'Joslah SrtfdeTEscf; Thomas Brown, Esq. I Thos. Boot, Esq. StephenAddison,Esq. | 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 I London Messrs. Richardson, Brothers, St. Helen's Place. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS are taken by thiß Company, and claims for or average upon the latter are made -pay 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 ; receipts for the pr...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

RUSSIA. A letter from the Baltic, dated the 25th Apiil, and published by the Paris Moniteur, states that the thaw of the Nerva was ex- pected on the 27th; that the ice had broken up in the gulph ; and that Cronstadt would be accessible hy the end of the month. Great alarm was felt in the Russian capital and four new batteries had been erected on the Neva. After the 27th, St. Petersburg would be under four military governors. The Emperor of Russia is described as unwell. In another letter the Russian force is estimated at 50,000 ; the number of troops on the southern coast of the Haltic at 45.000,' and the corps d'arinec at Cronstadt at 30,000. It is reported that the Russians intend to surrender to Aus- tria any subjects of that power whom they may capture, but to trot strangers and Christians kcrving in the Turkish ranks as felons. Letters from Hamburg state that the Russian authorities at Revel had been in full expectation of being attacked, and liad completed all their preparatio...

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THE HEBREW CALENDAR. [In connection with a matter briefly referred to in our issue of Saturday last, as having afforded the subject of an interesting paper from Mr. Moss read by that gentleman before the Royal Society of V.D.L., at their recent monthly moeting, we with pleasure publish the following letter since forwarded to the Editor of the Mercury, and being a portion of the substance of the paper alluded to, with additional information. —Ed. M.] To the Editor of the Hob[?]ron Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

THE HEBREW CALENDAR. [In connection with a matter briefly re- ferred to in our issua of Saturdav last, as having afforded the subject of an inteiesting paper fiom Mr. Moss read bv th.it .treutle mnn before the Royal Society of V.D.L., at their recent monthly moeting, we with plea- sure publiah tho following letter since for- warded to the Mditorof the Mercury, and beiner a portion of the substance of the paper alluded to, with additional iufoimatiori. -Ed. M.] , To the Editor of the Hoburon Mercury. Sir,- Presuming mat something more than is Generally known of tho sciences cul- tivated amone; tho early Jews would not, in theprosent advanced state of sociotv, be un- acceptable for insertion in one of the pages of your journal, I have attempted briefl» to detail somn facts in roiineotion with one of the piincipal for which they were famed, namely-as i'rono.my, rirefaratory to which, however, I feel constrained to remark, how discreditable it íb-to say the 1 -nst of it that the silly p...

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PROGRESS OF THE WAR. From the Northen Daily Times, June 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

PROGRESS OF THE WAR. From the Northcn Dui'y Times, June 6.) Vienna, Sunday Evening.-It is credi- bly asserted that all personal relations between the Austrian and Russian Courts have been interrupted during the lust fort night; THE ALLIED ARfilES. Advices from Shumla of the 27th May, stute that 1.0,000 English troops had marched to Adriunople, to support Omar Pacha's operations to relieve Silistria. SILISTRIA. Bucharest, May 28.- Silistria was stormed from the north-eastern, southern, and wesfrn sides. The Russian loss was enormous. On the 20th May, a new attack upon Silistria was victoriously repulsed hy the garrison. The Wanderer informs us, in its letter* from Bucharest of the 24th, that no Tur- kish messenger of any kind had arrived in the Riuaiaii camp before Silistria to treat for a capitulation ; that this is quite cer- tain, the other story being a mere Russian fabrication, There is also a very interest- ing letter from Kalarasch, of the 21st. It says that Prince Pnskiewitch...

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THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

THE CAPS Papers to the 22nd June have reached us, " The crisis," says the Moniteur of the 10th, " in our monetary affairs may, we-believe, be considered as past -although there is still considerable tightness in the money market, and a want of that entire confidence which is1 so essential to a mercantile commu- nity-the investigations that have been made during the last week exhibit a much better state of affairs than many liad been led to anticipate was actually 'the case. ", . At the Orange River, free state, Mr. Hoffman had been elected President. One of the recent enactments of the " Volksraad" of this new republic ia as follows : *' Dealers in wines -and spirits are forbidden to sell or barter such wines 'or spirits to any coloured person, unless on the production by the latter of a Special and .written order from his chief, missionary,-or master, under a penalty of from 20/. to 75/. sterling." The policy of a railroad betwoeA Port Elizabeth aud Graham's Town war heing discusse...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, TO JUNE 1[?]TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, TO JUNE 12th. Our Melbourne papers and English files per Great Britain, have been forwaided i>y our Launceston correspondent who . writes wijth his usual promptness ; the intelligence is still anticipatory, as will be seen hy the following extracts. Is reference to the progress of the war, ttiere is little additional information. The Turks continue to defeat the suc- cessive attacks made on Silistria. ,Fro«ti the Baltic, there is intelligence 'of continued successes, but no decisive 'operations have yet taken\place. The tone of Austria is still more indi- cative t>f adhesion to the Western ¡Powers. A change has taken place in the British Ministry. Lord John Russell ^assumes the, office of President of the 'Council. The Duke of Newcastle is 'appointed War Minister. The office of "Sécrétai y for the Colonies is to be ulled . by Sir George Grey, who has long been known as a liberal and consistent mem- ber of the whig party, and who was .Secretray of State for...

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