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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

Keatinge Conch Lozenges. TTPW.iRDS of Forty Vean f.-.perîence has I, j fully confirmed the superior reputation of thV-e Lounges, in the cure of Asthma, Winter Cough, Hoarseness Shortness ot Breath, and other Pulmonurr Maladies. f hey have duervedly obtained the high pat- ronage of their Majesties the KINO or PRUSSIA, and the KINO OP HAXOVER ; very rosny also of the NOOILITT and CLEHOT, and of the Publ¡c geacrally, use them, under the recom- mendation of tome of the most eminent of the Facitity. Such medical testimony must be con- vincing of their efficacy, as well as conveying the satisfactory assurance of their freedom from any Opitate, of other injurious Anodyne They may be safely administered to Females of the moat delicate frame and to very young Children for lb ey not only allay Gough and Nervous Irritation, but they sustain the constitution, by promoting a healthy state of the Digestive Or- gans. They have immediate influence over the following coses :-Asthmatic and Consumptiv...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

JUST RECEIVED, And on Sale, AT ROOKE & KEEN'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY, WüJLI/ttlVeTOHÍ 23 nine K. Quinine I'owdorod Bark Volattlo Salts Isinglass (superfino) Otto of KOSCH Oil of Lavender Oil of l'cporuiiut' Arsenic Sulphur Tartaric Acid ltochalle Salts Sulphuric Acid Ilonry's Magnesia Castor Oil, in lmlf-pinM I'uro cod liver Oil Corrosivo Sublimate August 24, 1854. Oliv« Oil (pints) in cases Olive Oil, on draught Maw's superior Laced Stockings Huxley's elastic Stockings Morph'en Lozenges Calomel Lozenge? Juscuruhniiha Lozenges Tolu Lozenges Maw's plain white metal, brass, telescope, mut revolving sido branch Knema Apparatus Fino Lint nutter's Sarsaparilla Infant's 1'ccdUig llottles Hops! Hope!! Hops!!! 171 NE KENT UOrSaml best SAL. AD JJ OIL, in quart bottles, and 10 chestsgooil ( O reen Tea, at only .!)<>s. per chest, weighing GÜ lbs. each, R. Dminr'a gesd Warehouse, XiiT«SfOOl-KTCCt.j CralV£2f£3dXron Fencbg« Ëx " Gloucester." C\f\ TONS for sale, with Nuts and ¿4\...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Tliurtâay Evening, August 31if, l§54. 1 Positively the i VERY LAST NIGHT ov RAINSiR'S SEREMADISRS. BENEFIT OF FLUTIN1ST. Under the distinguished patronage of the Hon. R. DRY, Esq., Speakor of the Legis- lative Council. Mrs Morton lins kindly volunteered her fior vices and will sing a Favourite Ballad. First night of a búrleseme oiiBalfe's celebra» tod O pera " The Bohemian Girl," entitled tho BO-HE-MAI'S SALL , Remember this is positively THE .LAST NIGHT. MR BRYANT has the honor to announce to his friends and tho public that his Farewell Benefit will talco place on tho above-mentioned oven ing, under the above distinguished patronage, when he ti unta his friends will appear " En Jlasse," und g we bim a bumpt'r at parting ¡ and he would also state that this is positively tho Very Last Appearance ot the Company in Hobart Town. . fßüeilAMMEf 1 «CART I. Glee-" Bo kind to the Loved Ones at homo" ...... Company. B aliad-" Ratty Darling" .... White. Quiutotle-."June...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

VICTORIA. Our papers arc to the 24th. The Argue has again opened the question of th« Convict Immigration Prevention Act, and in a long and vio- lent article assumes, that Sir Charles Hotham'» real value as a Governor will be tested by the enforcement of this Act, or the contrary. The most re- markable portion of the articlo is the following-. " On Tuesday, five worthy repre- sentatives of thiB class were brought np by the police. They liad just landed among a herd of others j were found when taken into custody to be heavily armed ; aud if left unmolested till tho evening, would probably have been " heard of" about the epot where Ried nyaneki waa shot, or some one else was murdered. They consisted of the following : «' Richard Giles, convicted in the year 1825 } sentence transportation for life i offence not specified. John Davis, Convicted in 1^3», for housebreaking j eentence, transportation for life. Geo. Lawson, convicted for manslaughter in 1843 ; sentence, fifteen years. Samuel...

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To the Editor of the Hobarton Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

TO the Editor of the Ilobarton Mercury. S«,-It is Indeed 1&\Uresponsible thing to tnrow impediments in the way of any projected improvement," and very much grcatur is the responsibilty when the impe- diment attempted emanate? from ignorance or a desire to justify personal vanity. I refer to a letter that appeared in the Courier of the 18th instant, purporting to he the pi eduction of one signing himself W. Carr Boyd, and containing suggestions re- gulations relative to the supposed advan- tages of tho eleotrio light, with hints as to the expediency of stopping, for the present at least all further proceedings on the part of tho Hobart Town Gas Company, until subh time ás its practical utility may bo ultimately decided. Such a suggestion, Sir, is in tho face of it too absurd, and too ridiculous to receive aught but contempt or derision from most of us ; but as the grossest Absurdities often- times find believers as well M advocates, thus balancing the mischievous tendency pri...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

SYR3IEY. THE Btato of trade here is in the same condition a» nt our last advices s-The price of Tallow according to Mort and Cos. circular ranged--Beef, ,£48 to £49 Cs.{ Mutton, £50 to £56 \ Station Tallow, £40 to £47-Butchers meat, beef, 2£d, to 4d. psr lb.; mutton, 3d. to 4d.; hay, £13 to £18 per ton j wheat, 12s. 6d. to 13s. 6. per bushel \ bread, Od. the 2 lb. loaf. The Legislative Council had rejected Mr. Parkes* motion condemnatoiy of Coolie Emigration by a majority of 13 in a house of 29, Another »notion favorable in some respect to the prohibition of the sale of alcoholic liquors h?d been carried with- out a division« Two trial* of great interest had oc- curred in the Criminal Court,-One was on the indictment of an Auctioneer named Polack, aiid his Clerk, named Wills, for defrauding * man named Cahill of £900. The leading fact j of tb? case were these. Cahill had 600 acres -of land on the north shore, which Wells represented to bim as being of considerable value, and recomme...

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Local [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

ïnntl SittBllip» ARSON AT BRIDGEWATER. - Ann Kemp, tbo old wouuu thai god with betting file to a iilnplieid'a hut at Brid^ewatei, wau apprehpndefi bv bei géant Kemp, and com- mitted for trial by tim Police Magistrate at Brighton, on Thursday last. THE ACCIDLNT AT SANDY BAY RIVUJL* i -An inquest was hdd on Tuth day, on tho body ot a, man who lull li oin the bnd_,e«vci bandy Bay Rivulet; when, I after the enciuuy, a verdict was leturned of uccidentid death, by tailing from embank- ment oi bridge at Sandy Bay. THE GLENORCHY MURDER. The inquest in this» case was once more ad- journed until Thursday next. Tho widow ot thomuidored man. Again identified the prisoners Connell and Yeoman, and we un- derstand that further evidence will bo forth- coming at the ensuing investigation. POULTRY THEIVES.--A number of valuable fowls wiro stolen on Monday night from tho premiseaes of Mr. Douglass, 27, Davy-street* Tho fowls aro of a pecu- liar kind, partridge feathered-this sort of depiedation is on ...

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POLICE REPORT. (Before A. B. Jones and J. P. Kirwan, Esqs.) SATURDAY, AUG. 26, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

POUCE ESPOKT. (Befored, D.Jone* av.dj. P. Kirwanfisqs.) SàTDUDAT, Aro, 2'J, 18S*. MÄSTE» AKD SsavANT;--It Tranklin, charged Giles Ferrer with misto - .et iget; ting druuk) under the Master aud ¡Servtuita' Act. Defendaut pleadeü puilty. Xiis muster had advanced him £5 to get his things out of pawn, siuce which he had been di tink continually. Ho was committed for hard labour in tho House of Correction fort« months. A SLEEPING CONSTABtE.-SYMONDS ». MAC. j ANLUVE. In this case the Chief Police Constable. charged the defendant (appointed on tho 7th instant) with being «sleep on duty. Mi. Symonds said he was unfit for his post. Fined £4 and costs, or two months in tho Uouso of Correction, land dismissed from the polioe. MONDAY, Ano. 28. »UIIIOOS Dill VI NU AKO DIlUNXKHWESS. William Newers, a cab-driver, who^ had been driving furiously up and down Elua both-street, on Saturday uight, and endan- gered the lives of the passenger*, wm brought up, and charged with that offence, and also with ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 August 1854

Wanted. A MARRIED COUPLE wish to engage to do the house work of a small family. Apply A. K., at the Mercury Office. Wanted« N Apprentice for the Currying business Apply to Messrs. Regan and Son eather Warehouse, Liverpool-street. K Wanted. A SITUATION as farm Labourer or gardener. One who can make h mself generally usenL Apply at .the Mercury Office. Wanted. -*- "**** > * AMAN or boj as general ¡servant Apply to Dr. BRIOBT, Collins-street, agust 15th, 1854. Hydraulic Pressed Bay. THE undersigned are now prepared to HYDRAULIC PHESS HAY.inany quantity, at Bridgewater, and forward the same to Hobart Town. BaowK & THOMPSON. Apartments to Let. (mnNisHXD on UMFUIIHISHED) WITH or without an Stable and Coach House. Enquire at Albert House, Now Town Road, opposite Nile Terrace. Wanted to Hire or Purchase, A FE W good Draught Horses and Carts. Apply to li. F. LUCKMAN, No. 4, Campbell-street August 14th, 1854. 0 One ton Bottling Wax N SALE bt the undersigned one ton Bottling Wax. A....

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 1) ESPECTFÜLLY intimates to his friends and tire public generally, ."' that he has re-opened his New Establishment in No. 85 Liverpool Street, No 85, And in soliciting a continuance of that patronage and support it has hith- erto been his peculiar good fortune to receive, and now very gratefully acknowledged, and which has sustained him under the late trying difficul- ties occasioned by Flood and Fire, would earnestly BEG the FAVOll of INSPEC riON to his lately imported Stock, which comprises suc'i an assortment of EVERY ARTICLE APPERTAINING TO THE TRADE. As he feels confident has never yet been submitted to the public in this Colony, a detail of which cannot conveniently be given within the limits of an advertisement. 35, LIVERPOOL STREET, 35. LONDON MART DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 CASES OF NEW DRAPERY, ex Victoria, direct to order. Beg to call the attention of those ladies who hav enot yet vis" ited their Establishment, and request they will do so without d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

£xl*$ fei» Statiion» Cattle Sale at Glenorchy, Friday, September 8th. Mlt.WOB.LEY will sell by auction at the Traveller's Best, at 12 o'clock. Sheep, cows, pigs working bullocky heises, vehicels &c. » Parties dosirous of sending stock for'i salo -.are requested to communicato with tho auctioneer. Lpper Collinsrstreet. Near the Young Queen. In is a trite remark that great improvements ífeve frequently been brought about through some dire calamity, and «he world's history testifies its truth ; nor is the fact less evident to eacry one «ho experiences that smt.Hcst observation, "Hie foregoing thoughts were naturally >uggested by looking around the neighbourhood of the treek, where mast be- neficial alterations have been made ; and in crder further to carry out the saire laudable design, the Government have introduce a bill this sessionvinto the Legislature. MR. WOHLE Y, Therefore, has more than ordinary satisfaction in offering for sale by Public Auction On MON DA V, the I2t...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

HOBARTON Under tho distinguished patronage of HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Who has Intimated his intention to honor tho performance with his presence. AT tho request Of His 'Worship tha Mayor of Ho- bart Town, tho Members of the above Club have the honor to announco that a performance in aid of ; tho fund for tho wives aud families ot tho persons H ENCAGED IN THE PRESENT WAR WITH RUSSIA WILL TAKE r-LACE AT TOE ROYAL VICTORIA TIIEATRE, THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1851, Wlion, hy the kindness of tho Honorable Colonel Despard, C.B., THE BAND OF H.M. 99TH WILL ATTEND Tho entertainments will comraenco with Payno's his Lí torical play, m two acts, entitled THE MERRY MOMRCH; OR THE BOLD BUCCANEER To conclude with Baylo Bernard's laughable farco in two acts, entitled THE IRISH ATTORNEY, lim GfiLWñY'J»Rft[.TiCE «H wo. -- '?* 1 Tho arrangomonts wilkbo tho rrmo as on former occasions. ADMISSION BY TICKETS ONLY. Private Boxes, 6S. each ; ßs. to all othor parti of tho hoii...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

Hobart Tov,.i AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. AS many persons are under the impres- sion the boxes in the Dress Circle have been let, the Committee beg most distinctly to assure their friends that such is not the case ; and that the members of the Committee will he in attendance this evening to see that all the Ladies ave pro- vided with seats. The doors will he open-at half-past six precisely. A, , .. H,. BEAMONT, Secretary. Committen-rooini Sept. 5. Caveat Board. 5th September 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol- lowing Claims to Grants of Land will he investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose,upon or :name diately after the 5th day of Nov. next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be en.tered : , Waltet, Angus Bethune and Thomas Lloyd Gellibrand. County of Glamorgan. 6478 \cres. (Originally located to James King, Joseph All port, William Ward, and George Meredith; under whom and Charles O eta vius Parsons, Joseph Tice Gellibrand, Henry Garrawa...

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IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

IMPORTS Per Iron Tasmania from Melbourne-10 tier» ces beef, 1 package, 4 1 cases, cart, I horse, 3 cases, 1 do, 1 do, 70 oars, 1 case, 2 tin«, 2 cases, 1 do, 1 cask tallow, 1 case, 1 do, 190 boxes candles, Order. Per Salacia, from London-8 bales, 20 packa- ges, l8 do, 10 do, 16" do 14 do 16 oses, 3 do, 19 do, 8 do, order^ 100 hhds beer, 4 cases, 5 do, 20 hhds, 25 cases, 22 barrels, 25 boxes, C5 drumsi 5 case«, 5 do, 27 packages,-12 .do, 1 case, IO pockets, 3 do, 2 cases, 1 but malt, 2 cases, Mc Pherson and Franci", 20J tierces, 14 cases 2 do, 8 do, 17 packages, 9 do, 6 case;, L Roope, 7 packages, 90 casks, Mezger & Bastians, 100 cases, 14 bales 53 packages, 3 cases, T D Chap- man & Co, 49 packages, 1 case, 1 do, 41 pack- ages, 14 do 25 do, R Lewis & Sons, "¡a casks, tí cases F A Downing. 1334 bags oars, A A Bat ler. 1 case, 50 do, 351 do, F Haller & Co. 1 case, Rev E Sweetman. Iii casks McLelland, 8 qr casks wine, 16, cases do, 305 packages, 2 esses A...

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To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

To the Editor of the Mercury. Sin,-How comes it that the Advertiser which fur some years past has ben the avowed organ of the government^has all this session had not a singlé line-in support of ii* n*pasures-and remains obstinately «lent while so many impoitant topic3 have been under discussiou. . ' Is it true, as rumoured, that the Advcrlisa is ratting? And if so can you assign, a cause ? ? Your's truly, A CouNTnv Sunscmni.n. [We aie not acquainted with the tactics ol' the journal in question. Our own course is straight forward and will remain so. ^V*¡lat the Advertiser docs or will do is n'i snbjjct for "our enquiries, we picsumoour contem- porary can do as he thinks (it upon the mat- ter. En. IT. T.M.I Tjic MILITIA AND SIR HARRY SMITH.-At a grand banquet, given a few days' ago at 13ath, by the Second Somerset Militia, in honor of Sir Barry Smith, that gallant soldier, in replying to '. The Army," said :-"Let them i not suppose that to secure victories tVey must have all veterans....

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[?] Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

iselli iHaXamyxi ÎPPùh Jung.. Another case of scuttling a ship at sea is repor- ted. The American barque Emily Taylor, which failed on the ',26th of March, for New Bcdforp direct with 8000 barrels of oil, ' was not many days at sea, when symptoms of mutiny Lroke out, and shortly afterwards the captain discovered an auger hole bored in the thip's side, nearly opp- osite the larboard moin-swifter, about' two icet below the water line. He immediately returned to port, and with the assitancefrom the U.S. ship Frcdonia, placed the crew in irons, until the matter was investigated by the U.S. Consul which ended in two of the crew being' allowed to icturn to duty and the rest confined in irons, until they could be sent to the United States for trial. This' crime has of late become so frequent that the merchants,of Valparaiso, determined to put it down, bave raised a subscription to defray the expence of keeping the offenders for trial, iu case the United Staes ,should refuse to do FO. We gl...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

SPAINS â lol j-m ui AHftXVJEi'D BÍIJEII BY THE CLIPPER SHIP SALACIA! Ladies wishing to select their Spring and Súamar Dresses from the Greatest VARIETY OF Ever known in a Colonial Market in oie Season, Will have the oppoitunity in a few days. These Gcods being a Cash Purchase, and no advance beyond freight and insurance, will enable MESSRS. WATCHORN, PERKINS, AND COMPANY To submit the whole of this shipment, Comprising a Siarge Assortment of Spring Goods? Emporium, 4th September. '

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

ROYAL VICTO KIA THEATRE. Notice. TUR Ladies and Gentlemen engaged In tills Estab- lishment are hereby informed that tlio Boason will commence on MONDAY, the 18th instant, and that tlie preliminary meeting of the company will tike placo on Monday, the 1 HU instant, at 11 n.in. Punc- tual attendance is respectfully requested. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. MK. F. B. WATSON, Lessee of thlB most popular Establishment, devoted to the Drama, now in the colonies, begs to inform his patrons and the public, that The Theatre will Open Tor tho Season, m MOIVMY EVENING, SEPT. l8, With entire Kew Scenery, Decorations, and Appointments, when those celebrated artistes MR. AND MRS. WALLER MR. TUTHILL AND MR.,GRIFFIN . Whoso engagement lias been concluded at a consider- able expenso, will have the honor of makin/? their Cist appearance belora a Tasuiauian audience. . Tho following Ladios and Gentlemen of well-known ability, have also been added to tho many fovourites of tho old stock company : MRS, FOLEY F...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

Kaw ZEALAÏHD. THE quiet of the colony had been dis- turbed by a contest as to the ministerial responsibility question, in which the ministry who seem to have insisted in the adoption of this in its entirety were victorious in the assembly, but had being in opposition to the governor retired from office. The whole matter is too interesting to be disposed of in a sum- mary, and we shall make it a matter of discussion in an early number. We await tuller information with some anx- iety, as the affair bears materially on the question of government now. agitating the colonies. Markets and prices continued sta- tionary.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 6 September 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB ñ The Speaker took the Chair at four o'clook. Present-Tho Colonial Secretary, <he Colo- nial Treasurer, tho Attorney-General, the Collector of Customs, Messrs. Allison, Bisdee, Pinolair, Chapman, Clerke, Ker- mode, Gre^Rou. Gleadow, Sharland, Lenke, Captain Fenton, Dr. Officer, and Dr. Butler. MESSUAGE FROM HIS EXCELLENCY. The Private Secretary brought down messuage No. 25, with reference to the claims of the elerey to an increase of their salaries and enclosing a despatch from the Duke of Newcastle upon the subject. The minutes of the last sitting were read and confirmed. VET1TI0NS. Mr. KERMODE was entrusted with a petition from a very large body of inhabi- i {ants of the colony of all elates. It cen- taine I 3058 signatures and presented some startling allegations-that niuc-tenths of the crime in the colony arobe from intern. > pei ance-that the number of convictions for drunkenness in Hobart was 2400, and crimes in consequence...

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