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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Seeds, Seeds, Seeds ON F ALE, Swede turnip, Scotch yellow, globe, and rape seed ; Lucerne, sand foil, Dutch clover, rye grass, and mixed grasses ; bird seeds and bird glasses. albo ? 100 chests of good Green Tea, at 90s. per chest, warranted to we'gh GGlbs. Good Mauritius sugar 2f d. per lb. by the bag. R. DRURY'S, Liverpool-street. Ship-chandler and Sail Maker, Franklin Wharf. THE undersigned most respectfully begs to inform the Shipowners, Masters, ano Marine public of Hobart Town and the | adjacent colonies, that he has commenced as Ship Chandler and Sailmaker, &u., begs to solicit a portion of their patronage ; and having had 2(> years' experience as master in the merchant service, by his knowledge of the wants of shipping, trusts he may be able to give cverv sutistnetion. Shipping suppliod with Groceries, Wine» and Spirits. Joh» Avstin July 22nd 1CÖ4 Royal Victoria Lodge. INDEPENDENT ORDER OP ODD FELLOWS. THE OFFICERsTnd BRETHREN of the above ORDER aro heroby informe...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Red Root-Notice of Removal-Red Boot. JOHN SLY, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Begs to acquaint his patrons &the public that he Las removed to WELLINGTON BRIDGE, ELIZABETH STREET, opposite Dr. Crooke's, where he intends to carry on his business as heietoibre, with punctuality and despatch, combined with moderate prices and the best material and workmanship. ALWAYS ON HAND, A well selected stock of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Childrens | Boots and Shoes, English and Colonial manufacture. On sale by the undersigned, Murray & Liverpool-sts. 800 crystalized Sugar. 100O bags good counter quality Mauritius 500 chests tea, including Flying Childers, Gulnare, Maggie, and other first rate brands. 20| tierces Barrett's Tobacco 150 Hhds. West India Kum. 100 ditto Brandy, Mratells and Ü. 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 small remunerating profit^ to make room for other shipments, shortly to arri...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

LONDON MART DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 OASES 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 delay, and judge for themselves, as to the extent of their Stock of well-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 ehopkeopers and country storekeepers. Liverpool-street, July 24th. Coffee Prepared as in France The undersigned has jnsst received a pareel of this universally acknowledged As prepared in France. This Coffee being packed warm from the Mill, in air-tight canisters, of one pound each, expressly for shipment to the British Colonies. WILL KEEP ANY LENGTH OF TIME?. D. GRAHAM, LIVERPOOL STREET August 30th. PM [B®K]® IMMLQ©® 3 BEGS to inform bia Friends and the public generally, travelling the Launceston Road that be ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Caveat Board. 5th September 1854. NOTICE is hereby given, that the foi lowing Claims to Grants of Land .vii' be investigated by the Commissioner» appointed for that purpose.upon or *»ame- diately after the 5th day of Nor. next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered : Walter Angus Bethune and Thomas Lloyd Gellibrand. County of Glamorgan. 6478 Acres. (Originally located to James King, Joseph All port, William Ward, and George Meredith, under whom anil Chai les Octaváis Panons, Joseph Tice Gellibrand, ' Henry Garraway, William Morgan Orr, William Nichols, and Francis Cotton, applicants claim.) Bounded on the north east by an irregular line of 157 chains south easterly along land granted to John Amos and also along crown land commencing at the west angle ofthat grant on Swan River, on the north west by 155 chains north-easterly also along crown land, on the northern side by an lrregular,line of 44 chains in an easterly direction also'along crown land, thence...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Il JITHOUT pretending to adopt the Fashionable Puff of SELLING OFF the on VV designed will nevertheless guarantee that he sells G pods infinitely Cheaper than tho te resorting to such an expedient, the troth of which can be gitbered from the very bimp.e but telling fact of the daily increase of his business, and of those kind friends who , have once patronized him, again and again favouring him with a call. v.x'Az hislatt erly been very considerably increased per late arrivals, and now oom*] 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. Ko damaged Goods sold. Country Orders carefully attended to. KO SECOND PRICE.

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Commercial [?] Corrected to Friday Afternoon at 5 p.m ACRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

.Cönuntmitl âtttelligeort. ?* Corrected to Friday Afternoon at 5 p .ra , A.CRICULTURAU <^heat .per-bush 0 14 O to 0 I» v English Barley.Vv Ü 10 0 to 0 12 0 Cape ditto.0 « 0 to 0 9 0 Oats colonial.0 10 0 to 0 10 6 Flourperton.36 0 0 to 30 0 0 Hay loose,.16 0 O to l8 0 0 Hay, pressed.15 T) Oto 10 0 0 Hydraulic ditto.l8 0 . to 20 0 0 Straw. 8 0 0 to lo 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bushel . 0 10 0 to 0 0 0 Beans, perïbushel ....014 OtoO 0 0 Tares . 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Potatoew/perton. 28 0 Oto30 0 0 Onions rar lb.0 1 OtoO I C Cabbages, per dozen <. 0 5 OtoO 8 0 Cauliflowers per dozen 0 0 0 to 0 G 0 Carrots, per ton,. 9 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 0 toi 4 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 3 6toO 4 0 Cheese, per pouud.0 1 4 to 0 2 0 WINES AND SPIRITS ¿TaT'd Brandy, Martell'H. 0 13 9 Do. TJ.&Cos. 0 IS Ö Rum 10 o,p., W. J. 070 Rum30o.p, . 0 8 8 Do. 30o.p., E. J<. 0 6 6 Ale, Burton.Bass* scarce.10 0 0 Do. lud ani.Smith. 9 10 0 Do. Other brands...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES. JUST ARRIVED BY THE CLIPPER SHIP SALACIA. Ladies wishing to select their Spring and Summer Dresses from the Greatest VARIETY OF M&ISQIaSSJ SARAHS 8 Ever known in a Colonial Market in one Season, Will have the opportunity in a few days., These Goods being a Casli Purchase, and no advance beyond freight and insurance, will enable MESSRS. WATCHORN, PERKINS, AND COMPANY To submit the whole of this shipment, Comprising a Large Assortment of Spring Goods, Emporium, 4th September. GOOD GREEN TEA, 300 CHESTS. £3 6s. per chest, each chest containing sixty-six pounds. Respectfully inforn bis friends aid the public, that the above is a con- signment with positive instructions to realize, consepuently the terms must be cash. At the same tima W. R. Heal guarantees that in the event of the Tea not being approved of, and returned within a ceasonable time, he will return the money. Liverpool-street, Hobart Town, July 25, Corner of Collins and Argyle Streets. A GIR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Notice. THR Ladies and Gentlemen «ngaged in this Estab- lishment aro hereby informed that the season «ill commence on MONDAY, tho I8U1 instant, and that the preliminary meeting of the company will take place on Monday, the 11th instant, at 11 a.m. Punc- tual attendance ia respectfully requested. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. MB. F. B. WATSON, Lessee of this most popular Establishment, devoted to the Drama, now in the colonies, bega to inform his patrons and the public, that The Theatre will Open For tho Season, 091 MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. l8, With cntiro New Scenery, Docoratlons, and Appointments, when thoso eclobrated artiste« MR. AND MRS. WALLER MR. TUTHILL AND MR. GRIFFIN Whose engagement has been concluded at a consider- able expenso, will have the honor of making tlielr first appearance bctoro a Tasmanian audience. The following Ladies and Oontlemon of well-known ability, have also boon added to tho many fovourites of the old stock company : MRS, FOLEY From tho ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Grand Midland Steeple Chase, TO COME OFF AT CAMPBELL TOWN ON THURSDAY, 12th OCT., 1C54. Stewardt-Jamen Lord, Marcus Aitkin, John Makersey, Henry Valentine, Thomai ' Bostock, Esquires. TUE FIRST HOUSE TO RECEIVE £300. SECOND HORSE TO RECEIVE £75. . AND THE THinD HORSE TO RECEIVE £50. RULES AND REGULATIONS. Every Subscriber of £5 entitled to enter a Horse for this Race. Each Horse to carry twelve slone. Distance-Four miles, over giound marked ' out by the Stowaids, to the immediate vicinity of Campbell 'J own. No professional Jockies allowed to ride in this race. Six Horses to start or no race. The Leaps to be taken between flags put up for that purpose. Any HoiEe known to have been taken over or jumped at any of the leaps marked out by the Stewards will be dirqualified norn running in this race. AH Horses must be entered on or before the first day of October, addressed to the Secretary, at floss, stating pedigree,, names of the riders, and colours to be worn by them. Tho Horses to st...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Wanted. AMAN or boy as general serrant Applv to Dr. Bright, Collins-street. August 15th, 1854. Hydraulic Pressed Bay. THE undersigned are now prepared to HYDRAULIC PRESS HAY.inany quantity, at Bridgewater, and forward the sume to Hobart Town. Bbown & TuoMrsoN, ' ef Wanted. 4 CARPENTER, to rrocoed to Poi> Albert. Apply to Boys and Hall Wharf. August 2 ith. ?' ? ' .... li. i f . i Wanted, BY a competent young mun, as CLERK in.a Store, or as English Teacher in u Public School iu connection with the govern- ment. Apply to Mr. Lock, Immigration Agent. New Dress-making and Milinery Establishment, Conducted by a person lately arrived, PLAIN & FANCY DRESSES Mude in the nowest fashion and at the lowest charge, at ' ' Mrs. BENNETT'S 62, Macquarig-îtreet Opposite the Denison Hotel. Medical. DR. DOUGHTY will he happy to treat with some; qualified Medical Practi tioner, competent to take charge of his ex- tensive practice.

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MASTERS AND SERVANTS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

MASTERS AND SERVANTS ACT. The Act relative to Masters aud Servants is now before us as amended in committee. We therefore give a synopsis of its provi- sions believing that it will be useful to our readers. The Bill contains 32 clauses. The 1st defines the construction of the torms 'labourer,' * servant,' 'apprentice.' * Master,' and ' Employer,' ana enacts " that the relative of muster and servant " shall be deemed to commence immedia " tely upon the agreement or engagement " for service being made or entered into " and notwithstanding the servant shall not "have entered upon or commenced the " service and shall be deemed to continue " until the lawful termination of the ser " vice." Clause 2, extends the act to servants and labourers engaged before the passing and above the age of 14. The burden of prov- ing under agc to lie upon the servant. Clause 3, empowers a huaband or parent to put an ena to any service entered into by child or apprentice without consent. Clause 4, where the...

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LAUNCESTON SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

LAUNCESTON SUMMARY. The Oorntiall Chronicle state9 that nía Excellency Sir William Denison la oxpoctad in Launceston in a t*\s day«. A little boy about eight years old, fall from the wharf on Snnday morning laut und would have been drotwid had it not beou for tho Uniuly aid of a mau « ho law ti» accldout. John Corbett waa fined É5 on Batufdav tust for as- saulting conbtablo Marks, and in default of payment was committed for three months Jamo« Powell la thotcrvicoof if r Corbett was fined £10 mad costs tot assaulting constable Bullivan Tho circumstances of UiU cago wera of a cruel and inhuman naturu. A «taek of hay was dOHtroyed by fire on Friday «ton- ing at tho Bandhill, tt contained from thirty to fort; tonn. The act la supposed to ba the work of an le* Alary. Tho «team «Mp Aral« made a quick ran (elghtooa hours and a half) acron« tho S ti aita on Saturday last The Ohnmcle say» "there la a general dearth of lu .UiguoGQ among til« «hipping of this port." -_i

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 9th Sept., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

.GENERAL POST OFFICE, 9th Sept., 1854. Ships maila will be closed at this Office as under : For Norfolk Island, per Franklin, on Wednesday next, at noon. F. C. Smith. Poatmaster-General,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

ABSTRACT OF COUNTRY SALES. By Mr O. A Kemp, 8toek, at BxM&nmb, Tuesday, September 12th. 1854.

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[?] [?] TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN[?] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1854 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

The Mercury TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, 1854   Amid the numerous suggestions that from time to time arise under the existing tendency of the public mind for   advancing the interests and ensuring the safety of our county, it behoves us as a nation, not to omit the insertion of such as are calculated and required to protect us against danger emanating from abroad. We are not about to terrify any of our readers with some vivid   discription of a Russian frigate in the Derwent; such an event is as yet scarcely far enough within the realms of probability : we have no fear of it ourselves, because perhaps we have no expectation of it,rbut even if the latter sensation did exist, it by no means ne- cessarily, involves the [former-at all events, we are not about to spread the alarm on that score. Nor indeed, do we willingly on any other, yet it must not be concealed that a far greater and more dangerous enemy has made his appear...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

HE^Hi: HOLLOWAYS PILLÍ Surprising Cure of a confirmed Asthma] after/ive years' suffering. The following testimonial has been sent to Pto fessor Holloway, by a Gentleman named MU dleton, ot Scotland Road, Liverpool. Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, undei providence, of restoring me to sound health aita five years of severe affliction. During the wholi of that period, I suffered the most dreadful atti. cks of Asthma, frequently of several weeks'dun tion, attended with a violent cough, and continu spitting of phlegm intermixed with blood. Tk so" shook my constitution that I was unfitted io any.of the active duties of life. I was attended dj some of the most eminent medical men of til town, but they failed to give me the slights relief. As a last remedy I tried your Pills, u in about three months they effected a perfect eui of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, an restored tone and vigour to the chest and digestí organs. I am, Sir, your obedient Semi (Signe H. MIDDLET01 A pe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Adam and Eve. IN INNOCENCE before the fall with -several hnndreda of paintings and en- gravings are now exhibiting in HOOD'S Picture Gallery, Liverpool-street, Hobart Town, can be seen for ONE SHILLING. The history of tho picture ADAM and EVE in aheady before the public, and every one is respectfully requested and in- vited to see it previous to its removal. Open from 10 a-m. to 4, and 6 t 9 p.m. [On Sale at Swain's DERWENT FOUNDRY, Barrack-street, Burgess' patent double acting turnip cutter Kase's portable garden pump. Press hcrews, 9 feet long, with brass nut 12 inches deep, suitable for wool or hay. Irwin's portable fire engine with wove hose attached. A superior double crab wrench, ' Also, three portable mangles. Iron and brass castings of all sizes, made to order. August 22nd. CARD. w, j. huxtable; m.r.c.s., Bega ^to inform his patients that he has removed to No. 1. KELSO TERRACE, ELISABETH STaES¡T. Baby Jumpers, Baby Jumpers* N Elegant Assortment, recommended by .the Faculty, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Mechanics Institute, V. D. L, THE Committee of Managers of the Van Diemen's Land Mechanics' Institution have great pleasure in stating to the mem- bers and the public generally that the following gentlemen have already promised their valuable assistance at the Lecture Table during the present Session : The Rev. J. Lillie, D.D., President TheVenerable Archdeacon Davies. Hon. Richaid Dry, Speaker of the. Legis- lative Council. Rev. Dr. Hceltzel. Rev. F. H. Cox, Rev. J. Clarke. Dr. Huxtable. Dr Hal!. Dr. Smart E. Macdowell, Esq. T. Macdowell, Esq. . - C. B. Brewer, Esq. J. J. Salier, Esq. Da. Downing. The list of ensuing Lectures will be adver- tised some time before delivery. 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. Russell-The Class for the Study and Practice of Vocal and Instru- mental Music meets every Friday Evening, at 7 o'clock. It...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

&¡)i])]rittg Htjmrt ARRIVALS. Sep C-Brig Highland Lassie. 179 tons, Saunders, from Melbourne, Aug 1 ia ballast, Agents Maning Bros. _6-Brig Roscoe, 175 tons. Carruthers from Geelong, Sep 1 in ballast ; passengers -Mrs Jenkin* and child Agents, Chap-. man & Co, DEPARTURES. -5-Schooner Fljing Fish, 150 tons Lucas, for Geelong with sundries ; passengers Air Fiyer. Mr Kooke and Ssteeiage. -6-Barque Catherine. IBU tons, Mc Leod tor Melbourne, with, Sundries. -6-Schooner Gem, 101 tons, Leney for Geelong, with sundries ; passengers-Mr ' HEB Read. _-ti-^Brig Sanspareill, 138 tons, Devine for Melbourne, with sundries. -6-Schooner Harp, J54 tons. Adams for Geelong, with sundries ; passengers Mr and Mrs Evans. EXPORTS Per Flying Fish for Geelong-70,'i00 feet timber, 15,000 palings, 137 bundles latin, ] roll lead, 101 bags jjotates, 90 bags oatb, 3 hhds oil, 9 bags potatesj 1 beer enigne, 50 cases jam, BO bags flow?, 8 casks butter,' 24 barrell» cement, M' Pherson and Francis Pe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 September 1854

Jost Op sned BY THE UNDERSIGNED, Upwards of 300 DOZEN'NEW MUSIC. IÍÜXTABLE MD DEAKIN, MUSIC WAREROOMS. Murray «treat, BepUmbw 6. T. HASELTON Liverpool Street, HAS Just landed, the most splendid as- sortment of JEWELLERY, ever imported into this colon)', an early inspec- tion is invited. Liverpool-street, Sept 8th. ¡?ambs ! Lambs I Lambs I T 200 ma FIRST THIS SEASON, ht B, WOOD'S Battery Point Meat Mart. September 2tb, 11154. Ex "Siorina Thomson," "Sala- ria," and other late arrival!. ON SALE AT 1HE STORES OF THE UNDER SIGNED. CASKS of Byass'« Poitor 200 do Ale 20ii do Marzetti's Ale 200 do do Poiter fío do T>urbar's Porter 50 do Ale 50 casks ByasB'a porter pinte 100 cases Champagne 60 hhds Truman's porter fiO do Taylor's Porter 25, do Bass' Burton [Ale, No. 4 25 bal reis do, No 3 05 hhdsL. I. K-im, 12 0. P. 20 puncheons do, 12 O. P. 10 do Jamaica Kum, 30 O P. 45 hhds Mat tell'a Brandy 5 do Pule Braudy 450 ca*es Geneva 50,000 Manila Cigars, No. 3 (10 quarter-c-isks Port Wine, I 2 ...

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