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

PRUSSIA.   Berlin, Thursday evening.-The King of Prussia, Baron Monteuffell, and Counts Alvensleben and Gerlach, left Berlin to-day, for Teschen, to meet the Emperor of Austria. The Post's Berlin despatch says, "Prussia will support the demand of   Austria for the evacuation of the Prina cipalities, by forwarding to the Czar -   note expressive of its earnest desire   to see Russia accept the proposals of the great German powers, which are   founded on the Austrian note.  

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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POLICE REPORT. MONDAY, AUG. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 August 1854

POLICE REPORT. Monday, Aun. 21. James Qninu was brought up, in accord- ance with his usual custom, charged with being drunk «hd disorderly. To merni his habits, ho was condemnod to three months* sojourn in the House of Correction. Another bright specimen, who had driven over ti child on Saturday, wus finidos., and tho Polico Magistrate recommended that an information should bo laid against him by the parents» THE MURDER AT NEW TOWN. - James Yeoman was charged, on the information of Mr. D. Bailey, with the wilful murder of Abraham Woodfield on the 15th instant. He was remanded until Wednesday (this day). John Connel was also brought up and re manded on a similar charge, Catherine Connor was charged with de- clining to clear aw.iy her master's dinner. She received three months' imprisonment. .lot as Everett w us ohaiged with stealing a silver walch. The D.C. Dorsett prayed a remand-the piotecutor being absent. The constable staled that he (p osicutor) and the witnesses h..d been drink...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

all« at OUartd. pia Friisr/, gppter^bfr. 1 : Y W» N, A. WOODS, at his yard, d'ed »ni thy ?*#*,«* ot working bnWocks, ttvàrsV yowl « «wa in ea'i» ¿«e fcrsMats cert nd hame«, «me tgut wheeled gig and hop« ~i.- ?-? - .'H' ? ÜQNDAY.Mt« AUGUST. . avMsraQ'*» Howe - ft* teoaey'i Worth Î ! JSEW TOW» ROAD and QUEE1Ï-ST * Whf* Mira Ja abroad f the world r « None, bat that ta «o greet a fever on good neta, »baa the dwtoiutioa of it must eure it t novelty ia only tn request, and it is as dengaroua to b* eg«d in any kind of course, as it hi virtuous to be eontant in any undertaking." : M*9**ref»*Mta9%r*. W» «pine that »he great poet has shot bis satirical at row at she instability of publie S vow, and exhibits, novelty as the < njy ling eared for» bat we eonttuoe to pursue «>vr ordinary course regardless of the danger, constrained to admi', however,that in -whet aver garb our pbrasaa are decked, there ja nothing new, and, bul that master minds have taft m an tnesbaustible fund of. ...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

RUSSIA. Emperor ha« inspected Cronstadi Ihe Grand Duke Constantine. Ar texercise was practised, much to the (faction 6Ï the Imperial visitors, vented itself in the dtsmiáBa) of the lander of Artillery and sundry sub- ites to the army of tile Caucasus lent to banishment. [Saints, pictures, and images, which In sent to Cronstudt to protect the ne now been conveved back to St. lurg. It may be that the authorities Wir intervention useless, or unne

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PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE. [?] OF THE HON. MEMBER FOR HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

Y R1VIULGES OF THE HOUSE. É>MMITTAL OF THE HON. MEMBER FOR j ,J«I HOBART, j \!¡ jWjt are happy to>j see signs pf amend. í || lent in die conduct of the house. The ¿'j peaker had the moral courage to com yiiit a member for a breach of parliamen tySjtry usage, in'coaqection with the cora - ||j|iittee oa Mr. Sinclair's qualification. If !(%e will extend the same disiplinej to the |rt- ersonalitiea that disfigure the debates lie ¿¿4'ill preserve, along with his own, the ^0 ¿com ti and dignity of the house. We iffjfer our readers to^au«: report of the ttni j i '. Jjbite. &/7\

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MR. ALLISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

MR. ALLISON. In our advertising columns of this day appears an address, to this gentleman which accompanied a testimonial to him appreciating the services he has rendered as a member of the Legislative Council. We are glad to see this. As a nominee, Mr. Allison has had perhaps more abuse and opposition than any other member in the house, and has stood well up to. the performance of his duties. " Mr. Allison's reply will be found worthy of consideration, for the practical nature of the remarks it contains : and we trust that both parties will, from this circumstance, acquire encouragement to persevere, in the 'course they have adopted ; the one to support the other to pursue ; the line of conduct, which the address so very fairly indicates.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

- GLENORCHY PUOTJGHjyQ ABSOCTAflOH. ) "ûPMI TO al*.* To tait« piece on lend eloae io the raw «outee, ia the occupation of Mr, 6 Loring. Under the IHstinauUhtd Patronage HfóEXCELLENCY THE LIEUT. , GOVERNOR. Wbe ha» bran pleased to signify bia inter* tlon to be present. 4T an Adjourned Meeting of the above Association, held at the Kensington , O'Brien's Bridge, on the 7th instant Mr. Alderman Bonnet in the Chair The Chairman having opened the meeting, by lucidly end with good effect describing the great benefits derivable from such Asso stations, not only to the present but to future generations, the following resolutions were proposed and unanimously adopted : - First-Proposed by H. J. Hull, Esq., and seconded by J. P. Lester. Esq. " That the flowing gentlemen form a Committee, with power to add to their number : T*. Y. Lowes, Esq. John Lewis, Esq* Alderman Bonney 1 Mr. James Young s __ W. Stevenson - E. Corney - L. Gotham - M. Holmes John Brent, Esq. H. J. Hull, Esq. ,, Mr. C. Bonle...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

Cerdtals fer the Willi«» 1 psussy^ M"ms*tw*i*0*0*e*+*+**m*n* C0.MÏE1ITI0ÎÎ ACTÜAJ.IY PEPIE». P, E, »AVIS, Birmingham Horse, 101, Liverpool-street, HAYING enlarged his premises and recently imported from ** London a patent apparatus, «Vc.» for the manufacture of Cordials, bega to inform bia numerous friends, Customers, Pub- ' licariSa. Coffee room keepers, and the public generally, that he is now fully prepared to supply the following Cordials at moderate prices ' Singer Beer, Gingerade, Orangeade, Lejioa 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 ia 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 flobart Town, and throughout the territory. ADVANCE TASMANIA...

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ADJOURNED LICENSING MEETING. Wednesday, August, 23, 1854. Before Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman Captains Bateman and Miller; Major Cotton; Drs. Crooke, Bedford, and Milligan; Messrs. Fenwick, Robinson, Hewitt, A. B. Jones, and the Rev. Mr. Freeman. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

ADJOURNED LICENSING MEETING. Wednesday, August, 23, 1854. Before Joseph Hone, Esq, Chairman Captains Bateman und'Miller; Major f'otton; Drs. Crooke, Bedford, and Mil- ligan ; Messrs. Fenwick, Robinson, Hewitt, A. B. Jones, and the Rev. Mr. Free- man. '? This being the ¡adjournment day from the last Quarterly < Transfer Meeting, and it having become known that the unsuccessful applicants upon that occasion had petitioned tor a re-hearing,1' considerable excitement prevailed, and the Court waa crowded. William Ford applied for £the transfer of the Cornish Mount,'- Mr. Perry appeared in support of- trie! application, and read a memorial signed by t-everal of the neigh- bours, and also from many residents in the Brown's River district, who are accustomed to frequent the house. Dr. Crooke would not give a silent vote upon this occasion, and regretted he was not present at the last meeting, because be altogether dissented from the proceedings of tv i magistrates upon that occas...

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Shipping [?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

^IjiPrtina Hrçait \lARRIVALS. :_t August St-Schooner Lerlna Thomson, I'I9 tent, Lamb, from London April l8, with general cal g«, Agents-McPherspn & Francis. Tnere wrre four vessels signalised last.. night at sun-down, but in cc-nse queimc of nu unfavourable wind "their name» could not be made out. v DEPARTURES. Aug-23 -Steamer Iron Tasnanls, 286 ton«; Olli cn, for Melbourne, with general carlos ] aise îgers-Captain at 3Hrs \\ illi^mi, axis« J'or I, .Mim'er Cfienery, Mr John Ahee ty, iVr John iaylor Mia Pierce, Misi Risby, Mr Billett, Mr Poyru, Mr O Brown, Mm John 1 Wilson, Miss Uodfer«, Mr Morton, Miss Al or- ton, and 17 steerage. i-23 - Brig Dart, IS4 tons, Jasper, for Veelong, wita sundries ^passenger«-6 in Me- nge. «-S3-Schooner Mary Ann, l18 lois Graves tor Port Albert, with sundries ftn4. 3 ste- erage passengers. -24-Brig Emma 130 tons, Brown, for Svdney, with sundries; p-v«en¿ers-Mr ÖuHey, air Iminu, Mr ¡b Mrs Wheeler, Mrs Leonard and daughier,Capt lrom>on Dr M i Ca...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

Address and Testimonial TO ' WILLIAM RACE ALLISON, Es«., M I'-O ON TUESDAY, 1st Infant, h Deputa- tion, appointed to wait on Mr Allison for the purpose of presenting to him an Address, signed by a number of gentlemen in the distrie* 0f Campbell Town who have Wen hencfitced by his exertions as a Mem- ber of the Lagislativc Council, wa» received by him at the house of his father, Francis j Allison. Esq., when the following Address was read hy P. H. Gell, Esq. TO Wm. RACE ALLISON, ESQ., M.L.C. Dear Sin,-We, the undersigned, a few of your friends and supporters, are desir- ous of expressing their deep sense of the important services you have rendered to us individually, in vour place as a Member of the Legislative Council, and elsewhere. We have much pi easure in placing on record our opinion of your conscientious firmness, your thorough independent and Imblic spirit, united to great practical cnowledge, qualities we have had reason to admire in you throughout your political career. We ...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

.ir-iitfll^ntdliptg: á' Unfortunate Accident. -A man was found on Thursday, close to' 4 ft» bridge over the Sandy Bav Rivulet. He had apparently fallen trom the bridge, and his, hpad strikinz on the roc1' instant death must hsve ensued. An inquest will shortly be held upon ^Ko/uuffirtui^st^rdan'sremain«. ' Fatal Effects of Intemper-   atjce-On Tuesday e\enin{r, as a man named I. Smith was walking beside Geo. Hughe«, the driver of Mr. Page's waggon, near the Toll-gate,New Town Road, being intoiicatp { he by some moans brought himself iif'con' tact with »he fore-wheel of the. waggon, which knocked him down, and both' wheels passedf over his body,crushing all his ribs on the right side, breaking" his arm, 8tc. Tho un- fortunate man only survived the accident,% few munîtes. An inquest was held on the body on Thursday, at the Crown and Anchor, New Town, when a verdict of ".Accidental Death" was recorded. Threa men, who had bpén apprehended upon suspicion that the deceased ca...

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To the Editor of the Mercury. Hobart Town, Aug. 24, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

To the. Editor of the Mercury. Hobart Town, Aug. 24,1854. , Sir,-Until the decision of His ^Excel" lency in reference to Mr Kirwan's conduin towards mee while sitting as a magistrate at the Port Cygnet Petty Sessions, on Tues- day, the 22nd instant, was pronounced, I deemed it indecorous to appear before the public as a complainant. The gross mis- representations as1 to the affair, published in the Courier of this date, furnished no doubt at M,r, Kirwan'st instance, compel me 'to take a different course. I commence with declaring that every statement in the Courier-is false, and opposed to all the facts. At present I shall nut enter upon a recital of tlie extraordinary antecedents connected ' with the prosecution of Mr Chick. It is sufficient to say that everything was illegal, suspicious, and hore the evident traces of malignity and vi mlictiveness. He was a witness against Mr Kirwan, and according to anticipation he was about lo receive his reward-tlie same dealt out to all "who a...

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POLICE REPORT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

POLICE REPORT. Thuiisday, AP°.ust. 23. HoBBBUY AT MR. HoLLlXSDAt.ES.--W ' Ham Keats, was brought up, charged with the robbery at Mr. Hollmsdales. Mr. liol , linsdale deposed that on looking at the desk on the »1st Instant, he found that It had Veen broken open, and the moDey therein, £11 Us. 6d. taken therefrom. The marks on the'desk corresponded with a hammer on the desk. He had tho prisoner who had been in his service spprehended. Constable JJ affoy had apprehondedKeat and found a sum of £4 15«. 6d. st his lodgings at tho White Hart, a.J in silver. Mr. Uollinsdalo iden >Jted a threepenny bit. Kf als declined to any anything to the charge, but wished to call upon three witnesses to prove the regu larity of his conduct Tho case was re- manded till the next day to give him the oppurtuiii'y of doing so. ¿SSAULT- CURIOUS CA8E j KNIGHT V HARVEY. Complainant, whose residence is in Mur rav-nreet; sworn, deposed, on the night of the 14th was from home returning »bout half past B, found ...

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[?] [?] [?] [?] HOBART TOWN[?] SATURDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 18[?]4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

»I ânni0 «3Mtinn. HOBART TOWN? SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 Otu, 18d4. Tkb adjourned meeting of magistrates las taken place, and the bench have noceedcd to undo what they had done kn a former occasion. The new legisla- ron promised by the Colonial Secretary ^r.Tns the Jexcuse. Thus we oscillate >m indiscriminate severity to tndiscri íate leniency, and the purposes of stice are defeated z the latter however [by far the least objectionable. We await with some curiosity the roviMons of the new Licensing Act, and ^e trust that some clauses «ill be found i prevent the uncertainty which is one 'the most mischievous-elements of the resent method of decision. A defined iode of complaint-of certificate of cha kcter-of punishment for offence, is squired. The renewal of a lieense iiould be dependent more upon the imber and nature of convictions during -fie year, than upon the mere arbitrary pinions of a bench of magistrates, many f whom have not taken their seat in Jourt since a «iinilar occasion cal...

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PROGRESS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The incidents of this portion of our in- telligence are already before our feelers. We can now only present them with a few of the details. Thk Allied Forces.-The interest is concentrated around Salistria. The Times has published the following telegraphic despatch, dated Vienna, Mon- day :--.' We leam from Russian sources that on the 29th ultimo 30,000 Russians made a fresh and vigourous attack on Sil- istria, but were repulsed with the loss of 3,000 men. The eldest son of Count Orloff was among the slain- The troops are to be in their position on the Gallucian frontier by the 19th of June. Provision lias been mude in. Gullacia for 120,000 troops and 40,000 horses." Constantinople letters of the 25th tilt, bring intelligence that "the barracks of Seliines, near Scutari, will he entirely evacuated by the English troops within the next two days, as, in consequence of the decision come to at the late council of war, these forces are now about to proceed without fur...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, TO JUNE 12TH. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, TO JUNE 12th. ENGLAND. We resume our summary, which although not enumerating any very startling occurrences, will not be found altogether devoid of interest. Political.-We have little to add in this department to th intelligence already in the hands of our readers. The Bill for the amendment of some of the Ecclesiastical Courts, and the abolition of others, was progressing through the Lords. Lord J. Rusftell's acceptance ot the office of President of the Council necessitated a new election for the city of London, but no opposi- tion was anticipated to his lordship's return. The law with reference to the duties on newspapers was urider the consideration of the Government, and there we presume would remain. Ecclesiastical.-The Hon. and Rev. Horatio Powyss, the new Bishop of Sodor and Man, is said to be of Tracta rian tendencies. The Rev. T. Ct B. Stretch had been appointed to the Archdeaconry, of Geelong. The. new Church Building Amendment Act, the object of which...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

COALS. COALS. COALS. THE Undersigned is prepared to sypply NEW TOWN ÇCAIî*, pf the heat quality, on the shortest notice. Orders'left at the follow iu places will receive prompt attention t Mr. ft^ya^ Otoo«, Batten? Point Mr. Sargtsoq, Baker, Margnarte-etreet., Mr. Jackton, Toy Warebotiie, Mixs0>eth-a1reet. Waterloo Milla, ColllnsHrtreet, and of H. F. LUCKMAN, Ko. 4, Campbell-street. FURNITURE BAZAAR. Corner of Colling and Argyle Street*, The undersigned begs to inform his friend; 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 rv ew South Wales, he trusts that his experience in the above business, combined with attention to all orders with wich he nm be favoured, will ensnre him a shaie of public patronage, A SUPERIOR PEARSE WITH PLUMES, &c, &...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

GERMANY. private telegraphic despatch from , dated this day, informs us that the of Prussia, accompanied by, his banister M. de Manteuffel, has left LforTesclvin, in Bohemia, to meet iperor of Austria, who,- in his turn, companied by" his chief minister, ; Buol SchauétiBtfein; The visit, ¡are, is not one of ceremony or friend but a conference on business. And by 'no means improbable that the "or Nicholas, who is very clever at, Íe¿ has cdntrived something to dis lie combinations of the Austro-Prus eaty.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 26 August 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wkdxesday, Acgubt 23ri). The Speaker took the chair at 4 o'clock. Present- The^Colonial Secretary, the Col, .Treasurer.'the Attorney-General, the Col« hector Of Customs, Messrs. Leake, His loe, Allison, Captain Langdon, Alis'tey, Butler, Chap» au, Clerke, Fenton, Kermode, Gleadow, Morrison, Office j, Sharland» Sinclair. The Minutes of the preceding sitting vero road and confirmed, Mr CHAPMAN presented a* petition from Mr T. ,W. aims, us chairman of a meeting oi Licensed Victu allers, praying that on the amended Licensing Actnhejea for extension of lieensa might be-£'6 Cs.,mid not £10. Mr KERMODE gavenotico to tnove'to« morTow the iusertion of each btll brought before: the house in the Gaiette, immedia- tely after the first reading. Th» COLONIAL SECPvETARY gave notice to move on Tuesday, the lurüior con- sideration of the Common LoJgitt£Hous<S Bill in committee.- ' ' >7 Mr CHAPMAN gave notice . for to-mor- row to move an ssdoress to His Kxcellouoy f...

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