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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 19TH SEPT., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 'TtTESDAT, IOTA Sept., 1864. The Speaker took the chair at 4 o'clock. The usual members being present. Several notices of motion wero given but none of particular importance save one on , THE EXTENSION OP THE COUNCIL by Mr Clerke who is to move this day that the Bill for that purpose is still before the Council, and in the event of this resolution being cai ried, to further move the second reading of the Bill on Thursday next. The Scotch Thistle Bill was lost by a | motion that it be read this day six months. An address to Her Majesty praying that Her Majesty would sit for a portrait to he hung in the Council Chamber, was, after some pleasantry on the terms of the mo- tion moved by Mr Gregson and seconded ey Mr Leake and carried unanimously. The consideration of the estimates was I postponed, and also the Launceston Corpo lation Bill. The Ports Regulation Bill wa« forwarded through committee and reported withamend ments, the third reading standing for Tues- day n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

Public Pound Kingston. IMPOUNDED by Robert Williamson of Brown's River, on the 5th Sep- tember, one large red and white poley Cow, with a small horn projecting on the near side, white face, four white legs, branded on the off side rump, W li and two red spots on the off side. Damages claimed, 2s. 6d» Poundage fees, food and water, 9d, per day. If the said animal be not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by law, the same will be sold by me on Wednesday the fourth day of Octo- ber, at twelve o'clock in the forenoon, according to the provisions of the im- pounding act. Heart Berrisford, Poundkeeper. Kingston, Sept, 7th, 1854. Impounded. AT the Public Pound, Oatlands, on the 18th of August, by James Townshend, over- seer to James Lord, Esq., of York Plains : One roan mare, about fourteen hands high, brand on the offside of neck O C. This mare was brought from Hobart Town by Mr. Dis- trict Constable Popham, and has been on Mr. Lord's land near five months. Damages claimed« £&am...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

?VI On sale by the undersigned, Murray & Liverpool-sts. SOO crystalized Sugar. 100O bags good counter qualityMauritius 500 chests tea, including Flying Childers, Gulnare, Maggie, and other fiist rate brands. 20| tierces Barrett's Tobacco 1-50 Hhds. West India Rum. 100 ditto Brandy, Mr tells ( and Ü. N. O. Co. 500 Bhds.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 arrive. August 10th. A, NICHOLAS. muf mu in um ; / On Sale by the undersigned, at his Furniture Bazaar, ,"350 TANNELLED DOORS & 450 PAIR OF SASUFS ; Various sizes. The workmanship is good, and they are being ? sold for about half the price they could be made for in the colony Parties intending to build will find it to their interest not to de- lay their purchases, as they will soon be cleared out Qrand Midland Steeple Chase» TO CQMÇ OFP AT CAMPBELLTOWN 0$i THURSDAY, 12th...

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LORDJOHN RUSSELL ON THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

LORDJOHN RTJSSELL ON THE WAR Lord John Russell's acceptance of the office 'of Lord President of the Council,'having ren- dered it necessary that he should vacate his'seat, the noble lord presented himself to his constitu- ents at the Guildhall, ° London, on Wednesday last, and was re-elected without opposition. In addressing the electors, the war now waging was naturally the foremost, and. indeed, the al- most only topic touched upon. After nlludlnc'to the circumstances which had led to the declara- tion^ war,and to the cordial alliance of England and France,his lordship observed :-"I trust that this concert on the great question will lead to » permanent alliance with that great people our neighbours, who, with ourselves, from the most civilized and enlightened nations in Europe. 'Cheers.) We all know by experience the cour- age and spirit of the French nation, {and I only trust that both nations will display in alliance those qualities which we have hitherto displayed in conflict w...

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VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

-$ VICTORIA THEATRE. . '33% Theatre commenced the season on jonday Evening, with^aÄ thsjffa mM supported by a tmraWj stro» o#U TThe5 house had been tholjwglflfjc eawd sp tjr^-decorated duiinç th$!rec£gb, whlfe am 'crimson, with a {¡old rorôldinjf,^rraa%eé\vi pknmlBforming the materials,And the effect I was upon the «tuite satisfactory. We regret 'that tlieisëiling was not included in the re- vivifying process; ard «ould sugget t a bright rose-colored wash over the wietched burlesque of clouds, which are fast fading into a confused medley of dirt and color. This, with the moulding used in the other part of the house run round the mterior of the large scroll border, would materially lighten and improve the appearance of this part of the hous«, and bring it in to confor- mity with the rest. The principal character in the plav was taken by Mr. Waller, of whom, with the other poi tiona of the company, the public aro already informed. Of this gentleman's Hamlet we ore scarcely willing to ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

NEW ZEALAND. So far as we can comprehend from the broken paper» that have reached iib, the General Assembly of New Zealand seemi to have achieved a very dir creditable no- toriety. They have engaged in fighting amongst themselves one jumping out of s window and another escaping at the gallery door in the melee. We await full intelli. gence in order to lay the whole before our readers in a thoroughly ' comprehensible and certain form. The value of represen- tative responsible government may have some new light thrown upon it. The New Zealand^r of the 19th, refer ring to the prorogation of the General A« 8emblv, says, " It is our duty this day to record the termination of the first session of the New Zealand Parliament- We be- lieve that according to law it is necessary, in order to constitute a session, that at least one hill shall have passed both houses. That requirement has been complied with, and therefore it was so far a complete ses- sion. One bill, and only one-to authorise th...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, To July 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

LMESÏ EHBLISH HEWS, *'" ' Toifu'fJ loth. Sharp, the West Ham giant, upwards of seven feet six iisijhes'nigh, the tal- lest man in England, is labouring under a disease from which it is feared he cannot recover. At Peterborough, aman who attended upon a * colt duringa severe attack of a rangle», has caught the complaint, and now lies in a very precarious state. A dozen establishments in Liverpool employing machinery, with a steam power amounting to about 100" horses, pro-duce400 to 450étons of ship biscuits weekly. Up to* the 1.1th June, 946 licenses to be at'large had been granted to con- victa under sentence of transportation, under the Act of last session. The Blackburn Water Works Com- pany have requested their customers to observe the strictest economy in the use of water, in dread of scarcity. In the year 1953 the number of licenses issued in the United Kingdom for the sale of spirits by retail was 87,618 ; for the sale of wine by retail, 38,455. The number of emigrants who sai...

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POLICE REPORT. MONDAY, SEPT. 18[?] 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

POLICE REPORT. Monday, Sept. l8. 1854. ' - Two men nanmd Whately and Knowles, remanded from Saturday, «ere brought np one charged with string a quantity of tim. bor, the property of Messrs. Marsh and Chap. man,, the lothrr with i receiving the same, knowing it to be stolen. Some further evidence was given, and on the conclusion both prisoners were remanded fur trial. ,<.?>; TRI INTANTICIDE CASK. '" Bridget Kenney was brought up on the eharge ot murdering her infant-the cass was reported in our journal a few weelu back. She «as remanded uutil Wednesday, for furthor evidence. Tuesday, Sept. i9th. Thomas Brown, a passholder, in the ser tice of Mr Webb, pastrycook, Murray-street wak yesterday charged by his master with misconduct in . refusing to go to his bed when-ordered, and with using abusive lan' guage. The prisoner pieaded not guilty and stated that Mr Webb had struck him over the mouth because he requested a pass to return to the prisoners' barracks. In sup- port of...

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Commercial Intelligence. MELBOURNE [?] 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

(Tmumtitinl 'SitblügHitt. MELBOURNE Butt IS The Gold remains at £i, with a demand heyond the supply. f A serifs of port Phillip tokens, of the respec- tive weights of two ounces,one ounce, half an «me* and a quarter ot an ounce, have been snansifacturedfrom pure Australian gold, by Mr Scalfe, an artist recently arrived in the Colony frem Bnglwd. These tokens or medals are bsa utifully executed entirely without alloy, and are intended for the Exhibition ; they are at present in the possession ot Mr Khull, who supplied «old of «uperjo» purity Sot their manufacture. At the pwsent priée of gold, each of them represent stvaii pounds in value, independent of ti e cost of minting ; but with gold at a lower figure, and a snail port on of alloy to adapt them to the wear ,and taw of circulation, they might have formed .a very eligible currency in the Colonj. SYDNEY 8«rfl*BKB8. ' Our markets present the same dull aspect which «e have for weeks back noticed. Repor- ted failure«, both here and i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

''' Immigration Office, Hobart Town ;ï t September l8,1864. THE married Immigrants (including some young women and lads under charge of their parents), who have arrived by the " Älaitland," will be for hire on board the ve»sel between the .hours of eleven and two o'ceck, on Tuesday, the 19th instant, and folllowing days. * The trades of the immigrants for hire are as follow : Ular. Single. Farm bailiff (with testimonials .\3 Farm laboui ers.20 10 Labourer?.7 Orooin ¿tid coachman.1 : Groom and labourer.1 ? Herds, &c .........3 Gardener ..i.i..."i....1 '. Shoemaker, labourer, useful man. , wife housemaid, no children .... 1 - StonemoEon and bricklayer.I - Slater, plasterer, and bricklayer^ 1 - -- C irpentcr¿and machine maker*....I '' Carpenter.1 - Shoemaker., .'.>-.. ..¿~¿.. 1 - Baker.:....;....U...J3...A - linker and confectioner.. _-. - I Miller and brickmaker .,..-' 1 Clorkmaker.1 -. Domestic servant, wife ditto,-no children.1 - Cordvtaiuer .1 0 44 12, in - eluding lads....

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JURISDICTION OF THE COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

JURISDICTION OF THE COURT OF REQUESTS' In compliance vrith the notice issued by his Worship the Mayor, a highly respectable meeting was held at the Municipal Council Rooms, Ilobatt, yesterday, at half-past two o'clock, for the purpose of considering the propriety of petitioning the Legislature against the abolition of the jurisdiction of ot the above Conrt in cases exceeding £10, which would reBult Irom the enactment of the " Common Law Proccduro Act" in its present shape. On the motion of Mr. Kilburno the Mayor took the chair. His Worship biicflv alluded to the circumstances under «Inch ho called the meeting in compliance with the deslíe of the citizens. De had no wish to expresa his opinion on the subject in the first in- stance, but would prefer the citizens ex preying theirs, merely remarking that if they «ere desirous ot doing anything, it must be done at once, or eke it would,be of no avail. '. i ) 1 After a short delay some resolutions were produced by the Mavor, and thereon ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE SEAT OF WAR. 1 We continue our extracts from the home and foreign journals, selecting such! as may he most interesting to our readers : neces- sarily they contain only the incidents and . details of events with w'hich they are already I acquainted. . I The first that we select, relates to the threatening position of the Austrian and Russian forces. The Vienna correspon- dent of the 'limes, writing on the 2/th . June, gives the following- I "A telegraphic despatch, which was 3'esterday received from Hermannstadt, I confirms the intelligence already forwarded relative to the raising of the acige of Silis- tria. It was in reality at an end on the 15th, the Turks having driven the investing troops from all their positions; hut, in order to save appearances, the discomfited , Russian commander On the 22nd issued orders to his forces to quit the vicinity of the fortress, and retire to the left bank of the Dinuhc. General Luders' corps is retreating in forced marc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

JUST RECEIVED, ,r -And on Sale, , CROOKE & KEEN'S ' MEDICAL.DISPENSARY, Quinine tOÄdorcd Park Volatile Balta Isinglass (superfino) Otto of Rosea OU of Lavender Oil of Pepermlnt Arsenic Sulphur Tartaric Acid llocbello Salta Sulphuric Add _., Henry's Magnesia Enema Apparatus^ "Castor OU, in half-fins«». iFWwi Ita* ? »umg&~ "Pure cod liver Oil Corrosivo Sublimate August 2*, 1B54. Olive Oil (pints) In case Oltvft OH, on draught daw's Biiporlor Laced Stockings ü Huxley's elastic Stockings Morphett Lozenges Calomel Lozenges Ipecaculianhn Lozenge* 1 Tolii Lozenge« ) , t Maw's plain white metal, brass, telescope, and revolving sido branch« Butler's Sarsaparilla Infant's Feodlug Bottles H Notice of Removal. J GODWIN, Boot and Shotmaker, in . thanking the public for past favors, begs to inform them that he has removed to No 60, Can.pbell-street, near the Tencli Church, where he hopes by strict attention to business, com- bined with moderate charges, to merit a share of that pa...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

T5 ~m »iv -'.i.- i ¡«til -.1.1 J»! ... f.'. TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN t WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20th, 188t. Ik the progress of improvement which vie are daily called upon to admire, the laws which regulate the interests of trade have not been passed heedlessly by, The magnitude of the objects which commercial enterprise has often contem- plated-the risks involved-the encour- ' agement deserved-the protection to be ' granted- have, from time to time, been subjects of elaborate and anxious discus- sion. The results have differed with the characteristic qualities of communi- ties. The French some time since at- tempted a solution of the difficulty : the English legislature have only this year recognised the desirability of a law lim- I iting, under certain conditions, the liabili ties of shareholders in public companies. We shall not at this time, however, enter into a review of the conflicting theories which arose from the controversy. We have not space for it j nor are the public interests ...

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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 185[?] (Before his Honor the Chief Justice) HARVEY v. FLEXMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS.     TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1854. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice) HARVEY v. FLEXMORE.   The following jury was empannelled to try this case - Mr. Wm. Knight, foreman ; Messrs. Degraves, Perkins, Watchorn, Gellie Basil Rout, S. Moses, F. A. Downing,   Manning, Salier, Barnard.     The Attorney-General stated the case for the plaintiff. The action was of trespass,   and turned on a question of disputed   boundary. This the plaintiff alleged to be shewn by remnants of an ancient fence - this the defendant had attempted to disturb and hence the trespass complained of,   the action being really brought to settle to whom the land in fact belonged. William Harvey called and examined - I live at Green Ponds, I occupy a farm of   90 acres about a mile and a half from the township and on the left hand side of the road from Hobart Town, I have seen this p...

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Local Intelligence[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

ïntal 'ânblligra« Painful Occurrence.-Afemale twin infant, belonging to Whitman, of, Nor- folk place, only two mouths old, and christened but. yesterday, was found dand this morning alongside ot the mother in her j bed. A coroner's inquest will be held. Legislative Con.-Why is Mr. Gregson ia debate like a camoleon on the | look out for a duiner ! Because, with the" longest of tongues, he takes the least by his motion. Al ore Burglaries.- No less than two burglaries were committed on ¡Saturday night, aa usual, owing in a great measuie to the carelessness of the parlies leaving their premises unpiotected, while out " mar- keting." The houses of r-'r. Bremer and n.r. Fowe'1, of Me»ville-stroût, we?e entered during the absence of the miuatee, by means of " false keys," and property to a consider- able amount carried away irom both, after J every box and drawer had been broken open | and ransacked. Fortunately, in one casa, that of Mr. Powell, tho police (who are un- remitting in their e...

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Shipping: Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 20 September 1854

Shipping Report ARRIVALS. Sep 16 - Schooner Eclipse 190 tons, W, Bur gess, from Port Albert. 12th inst. with 300 sheep and 47 bullocks ; passenger - Mrs Burgess, Mail, 1 parcel and 12 letters. Agent, W. A.   Guesdon. __16 - Br¡g William Hill, 119 tons, Tregurtha, from Portland Bay, 4th inst, in bal- last. Agent, RlcPhei'on and Francis. -16 - Ship Maitland, 648 tons, Lemond, from Plymouth June 3, with general cargo and 304 emigrants. William Collingwood, Esq, Surgeon Superintendent. The following are the names:-Bodkin 2, Brolin 2, Byrne 5 Curry     3, Cassell 6, Cusack 2, Cameron 2, Childs 7. Donnes 3, Donnelly 2. Dwyer 2, Dalwood 8, Donnellan 2, Doyle 4, Edwards 9, Faley 5. Faley 6, Faley 2, Green 9, Green 2, Green 4, Gurvey 2, Giblon 10, Hefferman 2, Hughes 2, Kennedy 7, Keays 1, Kelly 7, Lawson 4, Leo 2, Muirhead 5. Mooney 5, McNamara 11, Moore 2, Mackay 2, Murray 4, Mills 5, Mason 2, Murphy 4, Nolan 2, Oakes 8, Orsswood 3, O' Connor 2, Pears...

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

Grand Midland Steeple Chase, TO COME OFF AT CAMPBELLTOWN ON THURSDAY, 12th OCT., 106*.^ r ' Stewards--James Lord, Marcus Aitkin, John Makeiaey, Henry Valentine, Thomas Bostock, Esquires. THE riRST HOUSE TO RFCEIVX £3C0. ILCOND HOUSE TO llECEIVK £75. ' AMD THfc. THtnO HOUSE TO RECEIVE £50. RULES AND REGULATIONS. ' Every Subscriber of £S entitled to enter . Horse for this Race. Each Horse to carry twelve stone. Distance-Four miles, over ground marked ont by the Stew aids, to the immediate vicinity of Carnnbell town. No professional Jockies allowed to ride in this ruce. Vin Hones to start or no race. The Leap» to be taken between nags put up for that1 purpose. Any Horse known to have beeu taken over or jumped at any of the leaps marked out by the Stewards will be dii-qualiftcd from running in this race, ?li. Horses must be entered on or before the first day of Octobor, addressed to the Secretary, at Ross, »tuting pedigree, names ot the riders, and colours to be worn by them. The Horses...

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IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

IMPORTS Missionary, landon- 1ft li lids. 63 qr ca«ks 2 pipes-6 hhiis wine,.3 «»«,42 tons coal, Order; 20 es-i matches^ J. and J. Solon.on ; 2 cm books Jtev. Di Gukr; 4 ess congrevis, 4 am ve-ta», Id ^lixht ¿tin, 4 pi'is hopti 1 tun malt, \y Crosby & Co. ; 4 «*, Boyo and Hall ; 2 biné m»lt, lSl hhd«. stout, Ï. D. Chapman or ¡Co. i 10pc-k beer, 16 ess ditto, A. Hus-hes: 1 vcssMoys. ¡H.* M yew ; -2 £ss,.*L.cask, 99 camr» oven«, 21S ¡'pot«, ()0 bdls ironjScM^. Ji# parcourt ; Jf balwcörk*. Brown Äi Oo.j/718-pkg*. Nathan; Aio*e»; ¡& Co. ; 134 kegs wilt, 2 cn-k*, .Phillips and lieok.' Drover.AIe.bourne-; 4$ pkgs wooden houses^ 4 «wes iron, 47 iron ban, 218 isbeel» galvaVii««! iron. 4 iron doors, IB bale* hops, 4 caves Miutf, 31 casks nut?, 9 half-double pi ga ¿n>eric.m axes, 2<i half-barls snuff, 1 case axe hand'««, 3 pkgs vegetable cutters, 2 cultivator«, 38 ca«ks rice. 60 casks hams, 2350 staves, 4 thrashing machines, 24 pee cast-iron pans, B circular pans, ...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY. SEPT [?]1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

Ä';1#-.:',:"'-'' TOWH EDITION. HOB AKT TOWN*1. SATURDAY. SEPT »tío, 185¿' I ... »«te«-»»-. ---? -? Wednesday evening's debate, that the TiouScii m its old p osition,and that which it ought to have occupied without demur. We must congratulate them *cm the triumphant issue of the discussion, and I more so on the pertinacity osma skill with which the contest was conducted by the supporters of the measure. The speech of the Colonial Secretary was a straight- forward and manly exposition of his own views and feelings-views shared most probably by many ot his friends and colleagues., The. cry -of aiomineeism, the cant of party, the hypoci itical so- phistry of men w ho obstinately see no good in any opposed to themselves may be regarded as demolished arid defunct. The most liberal of the so called liberal opposition went not beyoi.d him 'in the enlarged .Views-that * characterised his explicit statement. The difierence be- tween them is, that he was candid and manly in arrowing the opinio...

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