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Victoria Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

í3ÍEÍnria ?hwtrt. The 'Hunchback' was presented at this thea- tre on Wednesday, and we are glad to lind our anticipations of improvement co ilutned. The piece was put on the stai;e well, 'he scenery good, and the whole of the dresses and appoint- ments highly creditable tu the ' exertions of the stage manager. There was no detention between the acts, and the attention of the audience was kept on the quivive. > ! Mrs. Waller, as1 Julia, was successful in im partfog <the character intended by the author beyond any we have seen, and m the fifth art electrified the boute,'not that the whole 'perform, ance was not worthy of note tor its elegance and keeping. Air. Waller, as we Anticipated, im. proves apon icquaintance; his acting throughput was effective, and in the last act especially so. He dressed and looked the -character of Master Walter well; his elocution was good, and he reminded ¿s of Sheridan Knowles* style of enact- ing the same patt : a novelty on the Hobarton b...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

EXPORTS Amethyst, geelong-13,000 posts and vails 13,000 6 feet palings. Dickson, Hewat & Co. tan Subscription t« the Hoiuiit Town Morcnry'Ma 7ß. per quarter, or ü8s. per annum, but if paid iu ad- vance, 6s. per quarter, or 2fa.per annum is charge!, Advertisements Is per Inch i if across two columns, 2s per inch : advertisements «mat ho sent to tlie omeo hy three o'clock on the nftcn.ooms of Tuesday und Friday they cannot be inserted. Tas "Hobarton Mercury" ia published on the morn inga of Wednesday and ¡fatnrdny, im edition is also forwarded by post, on the evening« of Tuesday and Friday to the country. It is circulated oxtenalvelv In this and the neighbouring colonie«, as well aa Kumjie and America. Thb "HoniBTox MnncuR\" office being now replete with every description o< plain and oi narauntal type any description of printing can,he executed on tha shortest notus and at very moderato chantes. This paper is filed, and nuv be soen free of charge a Jlüllvu.nii'3 I'...

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POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAY,SEPT [?]20, 1854. (Before A B. Jones and Capt. King.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

POLIGE R3P0RT? Wednesday, Sept. 20, 18fi-t. {Brfore A B. Jones'and'CÜpi. King.) Mary.Davis was charged ¿ith abscond I ing from the service of Mr. Perry, on the 5th August. Her master described her as I a most outrageous charac er, "and the ma ! gistr.ites gave her l8 months ivnpiison , mont. ¡ | "The cook of the Ft auklin, a Japaneao, I 'was charged with insubordination by the I mate of ino vessel. He was sentenced to lil laaoth« imprisouinenl and haid labor. r John Hughes, a scain.au on bo.nd.the Helen S. Pa^e, was charged by the master with drunkenness on board, and was sent to practice sobriety at the house ofconection lor two months. I Sarah Carroll, in the fcervice of Mr. I Muish, was charged with beiug dtuuk aud out after houjs. She was «en.eaced to one month and haid labor ' Jamei Smith, carver and gilder, whise lamentable destitution aud pitiable talo e\ " cited ir.ui-h 'sympathy ou Sàtut'day waa again brought up. A gentleman of the press had taken much trouble to collect a ...

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NOTICE TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

NOTICE TO OUR READERS ( '.Wo re«ret t hat th«* unusual length of the Council ropoi t. justified by the importance ojr'tbe Vuhjpct involved, rendered it necessary or xx* to ou h (or tho present, much local andnitei-eatii,» inte'licence.

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Commercial Intelligence. A[?]RICULTURAL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

f mnnmial Snhlügmt. AGRICULTURAL« í-\ Wheat.«J., perlwsh 0',|6 0 to . * 0 0 English Barley ii. s J..J. «np 0-to l'flO Cape ditto /....V... « » » » 0 0 Oatscolonial /"..0 10 0 to O 0 o Flourperton.*.S6 0 0 to 88 0 0 Hay|lno»e,.,...14 0 O to 16 0 0 Hav, pressed. 1300tol8 00 Hydraulic ditto.1« 0 . to l8 0 0 Straw..T.T. ..T 8 0 0 to 10 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per b««hel. 0 16 OtoO 0 « Beans, per bushel ....{.0 14 <0to0 0 o Tares. 1 0 OtoO 0 -o Potatoes,perton^r. ... 28 0 Oto«« 0 . Onions per lb .. "..0 1 OtoO I 6 Cabbatrcs, per dozen...' 0 S 0 to 0 8 0 i Cauliflowers per dosen 9 o OtoO 6 0 j iCttrrots, per tont *.......<(9 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 OOtol 4 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound ....0 8 6 to O 4 0 Cheese» per pound.0 1 4to0 2 0 , . WINES AND,SPIRITS Brandy, Martell's. 0 IS j j Do. U. At Cos.*. O I« 6 Rum 10 O.P., W. J.'.'.. 0 7 0 Ttum30o.p., " ....:,'.....;.. 0 8 8 Do. 30o.p.,E. J-,......,*,..... 0 6 6 Ale, Burton.Baes'scarce.. ....10 0 0 &g...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 28rd Sept., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

GENERAL ; POST OFFICE, 28rd Sept, 1804. "Ships nails will be ekwed at this Office as under j For Melbourne and Geelong, per Collier, this day, at 11 a.m. For Melbourne and Launceston, per Re val fchtpierd, this day, at half-past six p.au For Sydney via Launoeston per fistle Webb¿r,'tnu» day, at ha f-paat ti p.m. ' F, 0. S M IT» Pp*tmai>teT-Gf ñera I.

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

Immigration Office, Hobart Town Sept, 21,1854. THE under-mentioned Immigrants by   the 'Kingston." are at the depot, on   the Old Wharf, and are anxious to form   engagements : Abbott, John, Groom and Gardener, wife and five childien Beaty, James, farm laborer, wife Flemming, John, do, wife and 4 children Graham, Andrew, do., wife and 1 child Hennegan, John, do., wife McDonald, Patrick, laborer, wife and 8 children McDonald, William, farm -laborer, wife and 5 children .     Nugent, John, laborer, wife and 2 children ******, James, farm laborer, wife and     child.   Spooner, John, carpenter's' laborer and   saibrn, wife and 5 children "   Brooks, Henry, baker.           The Immigrants have entered into an     agreement either to repay to the Immigration Agent, withi...

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

The groatest danger which Hobarton incurs, is from the fact that the Commander of the Rnssian Squadron in the Pacifi?, tuning heard of the Superar quality of LEVY and JONES CLOitílNG, has íe solved to vibit the BEE HIVE in Elizabeth Street, at the earliest opportunity: Mr Jones being natnrally timid, requests true Britansto rush to their Fstahlishment and buy them up before his arrival and thus disappoint the base invader. OPPOSITE Mr. B. ROUT'S. NEW SPRING GOODS. cïTCSSrCSPÇS» Ja^£3&I2££r\^£SI£E>a) Per " Salacia," and other late arrivals, 1 AND NOW OPENING BY THE UNDERSIGNED, OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE SPRING GOODS, CONSISTING OF Ladies' and children's mantles ; do. do. satin, silk, and straw bonnets ; shawls, black and coloured brocaded satin and silks, black and coloured satinettes, and glace silk dresses, barege, cashmere, muslin, checked lustre, silk striped maltese, de laine, and other fashionable dresses, llamas, plain and printed delaines, checked chalíes ; cobourgs, ...

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

George Pryde, i;':::.; IATE MASTER MARINER; ':"?','. (Successor lo John Johnson,) ' SHIP-CHANDLER, and SAILMAKER General.Gioeer. Tea, M'ine and *' ni1 M «chant, near the "Custom House " .'E'«1 .WHARF, Hobart Town_ ..._ ^ .¿Pnrchs.se Block to be obtained. i ',, ¿ ¿i .' v::.;.-., ?/'Notice. ; *, ,'fpHE Co-partnership now, existing !bet 11..ween Wilton and Tuttiett, Baker's,' of vupper ' Elisabeth-street, has this, day 'dis- solved by mutual conseut, ' aud all demands, will,he settled, aud all debts received by .Richard Tuttiett. , 1 . " N.B -The above business will be' carried on by Richard Tuttiett. = Witnessed * ****** Wtr,«»; '.,.' I CSAKLKS WoOLLSr. : '"' .Sept." 1854. ,r." ", ?]?'.' '? ?;'jIqu"-*.'-; ????'?'.'.'? :---' - . ? ? - I " ._' :;'iii:.c- Now Unpacking ! -. .'?.m lilli. .'M ?. .'.'?...?:.; ' . *-'??' i ?'? »!::':') 'j'rio tj'i ?y.-':'.-*?;?*8.-' '?"?- ^-; ! ;';.V ^"RBD LOOT," BOOT AND) SHOE ^«iiingtorl'itia&H-iTrWR.. L._ ! i LAAGr : A,,8aWstree, , -jyL_Z±i"¿K ass...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 20TH SEPT. 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

LEGISLATIVE C01IKSIL. Weunk.day, Sum Su.rt. 18Ó4. The c n» eil met* pui suant to adjourn mpi t . the Speaker to k the chair at tour o'clock. . Vimhirs abfeit - Misirs Dunn and 'ib.« minutes of the pteiedmg me Ung were read and confirmed. courtr op ntQ.ui.vrs. Mr CHAPMAN presented the pet turn of the public meeting against the abolition of the t30 jurisdiction, and gave notice to move the printing of itto-mortow. EXT1NS10N OV THR COUNCIL. The other motions having been withdrawn Mi Curke ni'ived for leavo to restore his bill to thep* sifón it stood in when left on 25th of April last, and called to the recol- lection of the house the circutr »tances undet which the bill wa« withdrawn. He had prcsi nted a numbu of petitions to the hou'e at that time m fa\or of the bill, one was from tin1 dVtnct of Westbury, the mcmbei for which had pledged hnnsilf to support the measure. iMibscquentlv that honmable member had told him he did not think the petition represented »heopwuns ot his con- stitu...

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Local Intelligence DELINQUENT PUBLICANS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

Xnral ântclltgciih Delinquent Publicans Again. -Vr. Hnn/rJj."t,vA(?c,1i-wll2,at.oti.-»tioi'r; was ¿"¿¿'ft tieroro tho Police Alagistrata yes- terday, charged by Air. Symonds with kenp intr his house open between tho prohibited hours on ttw sabbath. Mr. Perty, defended ¡ v.'ho conducted the defence with his usual acumen, but iu vaiu-the defendant was fined £iiO und cost'. It is quite useless j our alluding to the piopiiety and necessity of observing the law ou the Sabbath, pro- bably flues like theso will sharpen up the J memories of the recusants. | The Murder at Glenorchy. -George Lowe, susp. cted of being con- | cerned in the muidtr of Abiaham Wood- field was brought up for examination at the Police Office yesteiday, and evidenco was falten to connect him with the perpé- tration of the offene.. Mr.Brewer appeal ed for the prisoner, who was remanded uutil Monday. I ' , Sudden Death -A roan named Ackenclosli waa found dead on Thursday night in a hou^e in Watchnin-street, under eireu...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 23 September 1854

W£BTKfcN AUSTRALIA. We have receivad a file of the " Perth J Independent" to the 18th August : The revenue return of the colony for the quarter ended June 30th, shows a considerable ¡deficiency, even with the item of aid from the imperial funds ; the totals are : revenue, £8037 13s 6d, receipts in aid of the imperial funds, £1904 la 7di total, £9991 15s Id : expenditure, £11,180 10s 8d It is stated that the Anna Dixon which sailed in July for Adelaide and Melbourne, conveyed about thirty con- ditional pardoned men amongst her pa- ssengers, A return is published of wages obta- ined by ticket-of leave holders in the York "district, embracing seventy-five individuals, of whom eighteen vary from £24 to £48 per annum, there be- ing at the latter rate thirty-seven from £15 to £20 and twenty-one at£12 this number is exclusive of a great many who are employed at piece work. The "Independent" states, on the aut- hority of private letters from the east- ern colonies, that endeavours had been ...

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

Brighton Ploughing ASSOCIATION T A MEETING held at ithe Tu _ mun ian Hotel on Friday the ltt cf p tomber, 1854. > i A W. nURX, Enq , in the chair \ 1 / ~\ ' ( The flowing resolutions were, proposed and , carried,- , j i ,let. That [the héxt Match and Festival takr t pls.ee on TÜESD AY, the i KM of Oetotee i next, i j ! ) ,That ¿he fpllowing new Rule be adhered to : - No person allowed to aiiter, or, plough ! at «hw ' amtlfi¿ie'from Aeir ¿ploytx of at hut : 'that«heuiuklirmu^nu take place on the 1 i ¿tomb»»'oT the'alio ve day, arid 'that the «ub ; I «cribewidin* 'together at' the <. Taimanian , i i Hotel"iu( usual, it J t ,T:h*t thiq ftHowiagfentlenaeni de form a Com» , , ¡|| Witte«, wilki power to iada ^Messrs. A W. " JBuro ,Ed*M> )fir»^l».) Thomas Rwnolds, ^amet^lordoclii^.l^npn^^a. Wheatly. ,'CUalmeri, fflwajdj fyling, lohn Butler. Trifte lííííffW« t*«#V*W» .»* Appointed The Committee will meet at the ** f asraanian , HoteV/, on SUrjUJURAY;1 the 16th instant at f ...

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

pipping îlrpnrt * ARRIVALS. \ Sep M-Schooner Flying Squirrel 87 ton aleOlymoat, from Geelong, Sep 12, with sheep passenger--Mrs Hodson. Agent Hodgon. --aO^-Schooiier Mary A an, from Geelong. DEPARTURES. ' ' x., 8(T>W-BrigElen, 17ft tons, Padpon, for 'Lima, in batlast.' . . -¡-20-Barque ¿Wary ,Park«r, 198 tons, Btirnard, for Velbo'uroe, with generel cargo ; ' pawngers-. Mrs "Henry ¡Scarlett, Mrs Sarah ' Johnson. ', --31-B»lg Margaret Thomson, 155 tons, Arthur, for Mtlboune, with sundries ; passen- gers- Mr T Arnold, Mr A Dundas, Mr G Dun- das, Mr F Sehugh, Simon Cadden, and X stee- rage. ' {September 22- Iron Tasmania steamer, Clinch, f>r holbourne, Cabin, Mrs Brown and child, Messrs Leynott, Levcin, Misses »Wright, 2, Mrs Kvaroll, Messrs A .Wright, W Murray, Mrs Bryant, Captain * Smith, W. Daley, J.Fairchild, Stenhouse, Sutherland, Mrs Mortimer,'Vtessrs Bro vn, Bel', Swain* wick Read, Mitchell, Gellibrand and 23 in the steerage. '

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

NEW ZEALAND. Here a dissolution of the assembly is anxiously looked for and better results ure anticipated from the new chamber. Pro- visions were still deur especially butchers meat. Flour and bread bud fallen, the .former ¿5 per ton, the 'latter Id per 21b oaf.

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INDIA. CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

INDIA. > CALCUTTA. Our intelligence from Calcutta is to the 16th of July. * Sir Lawrence Peel, the Chief Jus- tice, who had written home to be re- lieved in August, intimated, that April 1855 was the latest time he could think of remaining in India. The Chronicle stated that Sir Lawrance contemplated quitting Bengal in the cold weather, proceeding to Europe via the North- western Provinces md the Punjab The same journal mentioned the probability of Mr. Morton, of the Calcutta bar. suceeding to the Bench ; but the Fri- end iff India objected to placing any of the gentlemen who had practised at the local bar, on the Bench, and expressed a strong and satibfactory conviction that the Judge should be free from all per- sonal connection, and should be ignorant of all the intrigues of the City of Pala- ces. The Citisen stated that two steam frigates had been ordered round from Bombay, and were daily expected at Calcutta, which vessels (as also the Zenobia) were to be stationed between F...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

THE groatest danger which Hobarton incurs, is from the fact that the Commander of the Russian Squadron in the Pacific, having heard of theSuperor quality of LEVY and JONES CLOTHING, has re- solved to vis.it the BEE HIVE in Elizabeth Street, at the earliest opportunity: Mr Jones being natnrally timid, requests true Britons to. rush to their Establishment and buy them up before his arrival and thus disappoint the base invader, OPPOSITE Mr. B. ROUT'S. NEW SPRING GOODS. Per " Salacla," and other late arrivals, AND NOW OPENING BY THE UNDERSIGNED, » ?AS OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE SPRING .GOODS, CONSISTING OF LADIES' and children's mantles ; do. do. satin, silk, and straw bonnets ; shawls, black and coloured brocaded satin and silks, black and coloured satinettes, and glace silk dresses, barege, cashmere, muslin, checked lustre, silk striped maltese, de laine, and other fashionable dresses, llamas, plain and printed delaines, checked chalíes ; cobourgs, Circassians, orleans, and chamhord, clot...

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THE NEW PUBLICANS' LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

THE NEW PUBLICANS' LICENSING ACT. By the courtesy of the hon. the Colonial "Secretary, we have before us a copy of the proposed new Act " to regulate the Sale of Liquors." We regret that the deficiencies of the new measure are in glaring contrast with the bills that have hitherto issued from the government during the present session. If the object of the bill had been to cause as much annoyance to the holders of licenses as possible, and equal difficulty to magis- trates in interpreting its provisions, it could not have been framed more effi- ciently for those purposes than it now is. As a regulative and protective enactment it is a failure, whether as respects the licencies or the public. Starting with the repeal of all former acts, and^with the Usual definition of the terms "employed, which run through the first three clauses, we come to section 4, which, for selling liquor with- out a license, inflicts a penalty not ex- ceeding £50 for the first offence, and for a second convicti...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

Biscuits ! Bisenita ! J. HOGGANS, WholfaU Pattry Cook and Confectioner, Liverpool Strret. BEGS to inform bin Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has just received, ex " ' Salacia,' 1 60 * boxes of Huntley & Palmer's Beading Biscuits. Consisting of Picnics Travellers Queens Cracknells Mi\ed Ginger-bread nuts ALSO OK HAND A Large Assortment of English Confectkmsry consisting ot Peppermint lozenges Ito^e do. Black currant do. Lemon do. Vusk do. Levender do. Ginger do. Gelatine do. Jujubes, of various flavour Pipe Liquorice Coltsfoot roc!; Bath pipe Spanish liquorice Sugared almonds Carraway comfits Raspberry comfits White Pink sugar candy Candied pastiles Figs Prures Muscatel raisins Almonds and nuts N B-THE TRADE SUPPLIED, Sept. 14. THOMSON and CUMMING, IN anonnoine the receipt of large impor- tations ot Goods would respectfully call the attention of the public to the under- mentioned articles, which ora being sold very cheap. Black and coloured Uros;de Naples Ladies dr...

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THE SYDNEY MORNING HERAID AND SIR W. DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

THE SYDNEY MORNING HE-, KALD AND SIR W. DENISON. I H tí, -' i ----- , - - f j ¡Jfrie "jiSyuWy Morning Herald," in a j bltj»y botuftways s(j^'of ajtîçle '.on ^the , apfointnjpt of Sir^W.\ %' Denison to ' .¿he Governorship ^f-Nevv^South Wale» winds up' thus : - " j " We have the satisfaction of knowing i tliat Sir William Denison is a man ot science, and of eminent abilities as a . civil engineer« In this capacity he will, be ofgrep.tservice to us in the supervision of cur public works -our metropolitan drainage, our dry dock, our harbour de- fences, and other future undertakings of similar magnitude. He is, moreover, esteemed by all who have the honour of his acquaintance as a man of spotless private character, and ready to assist in any way to promote the moral and the religious interests of the people of his charge. We are therefore prepared to give our new Governor-General a kind welcome to our shores, and to watch the progress of his administration in the spirit of per- fect cand...

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