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

.<Srand Elialand Steeple TO COME OFF AT CAMPBELLTOWN ON THURSDAY, 12TH OCT., 1C5*. Stewards-James Lord, MarcuB Aitkin, John Makersey, Henry Vallentine, Thomas Bostock, Esquires. THE FIRST HOUSE TO UECEIVE £800. SECOND HORSE TO RECEIVE £75. AND TUB THIRD HORSE TO RECE1VK £50. RULES AND REGULATIONS. Every Subscriber of £5 entitled to enter a Horse for this Race. Each Horse to carry twelve stone. Distance-Four miles, over ground marked out by the Steward1", to the immediate vicinity of Campbell 1 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 Horse known to have been taken over or jumped at any ol the leaps marked out by the Stewards will be disqualified from running in this race. All Horses muBt be entered on or before the first day of October, addressed to the Secretary, at Hose, stating pedigree, names ot the riders, and colours to be worn by them. The Horses t...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY SEPT. 26, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL T v 6DAY, SEPT. 20, 186i. The Speaker took the Chair' at four o'clock. NOTICES OP MOTION.. " Mr. GLEADOW brought up the report of the llank ol Tasmania Bill, and gave no- tice to move trio eeeond reading to-morrow. Capt. LANGDON gave notice to ask a question as to the Government Bills to be proceeded with during the Session, and pointed out ttie necessity of Country mern« bers leturniug to their avocat.ons. TheCOLONIL SECRlSTAHY.to move for laavo to bring in H Bill for the sale of' wines and liquors. \ '" Several ottier notices were given of little public importance. ORDERS CF THE DAT..' > . The Bill was read a second time, and the House then went into Committee,,(luring Manareis of the Banking Establishments, were exempted from service as Jurists. ? ! ' Mi. CHAPMAN pressed his motion for the exemption of the Justices of tlie Peace, in 1 tue Rat is lu ct ion of being in a minority oí on,-.-Ayos 13. The Bill passed through Committee,and tho Committed ordered to...

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

SYDNEY. LEGISLATIVE.-On the 13th instant, Di . Lang, in a speech which fills three column3 and a half of the Empire, moved an address to Her Majesty praying for a separation of Moreton Bay, which after a long debate was lost by a majority of l8. The honor- able and reverend gentleman intimated that, as he had been successful in the Port Philip separation question, so he hoped to be so in this, and should continue his exer- tions to that end. A motion of want of confidence in the government was brought forward on the 14th hy Mr. Cowper; and, after debate, adjourned for a week. In discussion on the estimates, a sum of ¿?33,676 for sewer- age and waterworks was postponed a week, in order to inquii e into the eligibility of the works in themselves, hut no objection seemed to be raised to the amount. COMMEUCIAL.-The depression which lias been experienced for some time in the Sydney markets, continues to be felt with- out any noticeable alteration. Business generally is difficult to move,...

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

LO NDON MAUT DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 50 C&S&S OF NEWDR&PB&7, ex Victoria, direct to oidor. Beg to call the attention of those ladies who have not 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 shopkeepers and country storekeepers. Liverpool-street, July 24th. "<£2K> WITHOUT pretending to adopt the Fashionable Puff of SELLING OFF the an dersiçned wnl nevertheless guarantee that be sells Goods infinitely Cheaper than those resorting to such an expedient, the trnth of which can be gathered from the very simple 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 ca...

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S UPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1854. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Horns.) BRAMWELL V BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

SÜKEMÜ COUJEtT. CIVIL SITTINGS. SATUUDAY, SEPT. 23, 1864. (ßejore hit Honor Mr. Jurtiet Horns.) BRAMWELL V BUTCHER, Mr. Brewer statod the caso for tho plain- tiff, the damped being laid at £ö00, and lr< m the evidence tha following facts were disclosed: Bramwell had a groy mare which he sold to Mr. Storry, for having previously bought her of Wnu Lacey for the sum of £58. Sub-, sequently Ali. Butcher took it into his head that the mire was originally his, and claimed it ot Mr. Storry. A «arranton the compiuiut of either Butcher or Storry, (it aid not clear,y ¡ipprur which) was i*Bued by Major Schaw of Richmond, against Brrm well fir horse stealing, and on this be was apprehended und committed to prison ; for tins ^e action was brought. It appeared on the examination ot Mujor Schaw, that no charge for felony was made by either Butcher or Storry, whereon plaintiff was n«n suited with a Biguificaut intimation from Mr. Brewer, that. Major Schaw would now be tho defendant, afte...

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

Bat ge Iliv2r Chief, carries 30 toni, Wednesday the 27th Sept. MR WORLEY will se'.l by nuciion ot the NVw Wharf, at half psist eWen for twelve o'clock, the welt.kno*n Bwgö RIVER CHIEF, vpfll fourd, and in first-r&te order, reoently thoroughly repaired. T^rms cash, or half ca«h, rpcoived at 3 rronths or 6 months, at bank interest. Leather and Grindery. M REGAN AND SON, in compliance , with the repeated suggestions of their g'eatly increased connexion, hate just secured in Elizabeth-street a more central situation than their former premises in Liverpool-street, and j where they invite their friends and the trade gen- erally to inspect the large stock which has been j carefully selected with most special reference to ( meet the preyent falling prices, and the peculiar ¡i requirements of Colonial wear and consump si tton. !' « 100, ELIZABETH STREET, i| Next door to the Odd Fellows' ITotel, and \l opposite Haywood's, solar lamp manufacturer. Jj, September 12. > Brandy, Bums« W...

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Commercial Intelligence. AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

CÈmmerriol- »lliginr*. ÄCBIÖULTURÄL* Wheat....".'.. per bush 0 lo 0 to 0 0 0 English BÎrlty .%:.or'» 0 to o' 0 0 CapefdW....:.0 8 0 to 0 0 0( Oats colonial.../.0 10 8 to 0 Oo Flourperton.36 0 0 to 38 0 0 Hay.loose,.....U 0 0 to 10 0 0 Hay, pressed. 1300tol5 00 Hydraulio ditto,«.16 0 0 to l8 0 0 Straw.T.8 O Oto 10 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas,^perbushel.0 16 OtoO 0 0 Beans, par bushel .....0 14 OtoO 0 o Tarea- .r....r.. i 0 OjtoO 0 ; Potatoes, per tou. 28 0 OtoSOo 0 Onions per lb .0 1 OtoO 1 6 Cahbages,,perdozen... 0 * 0 to 0 S 0 Cauliflowers per deten '0 o OtoO 6 0 Carrots, per ton.9 0 OtoO 0 o Apples, per bushel . 1 0 0 to I 4 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. »MirinM«MM«m Butter, per pound .0 t 6to0 4 0 Cheese,perpouud.0 I 4to0 3 0 WINES AND SPIRITS Brandy, Marteü's. 0 IS 9 ?Do. , , ,U.&Cos.,.. 0 IS 6> BumlOo.p., W. J. 1.v. 0 7 0 3tum30o.p, " . 0 8 8 Do. SOo.p., E. J-. 0 5 6' Ale,Burton.Ba&s' scarce.. ....10 0 0 ?Do. Ind ami Smith . -Ö 10 0 ' Do. Other brands. 0 0 0 Taylor's Stout ....

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 27th Sept., 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 27th Sept., 1884. 8'uipo mail« wiDbeeloBed at this Office as tindsr »-i For Melbourne London and Melbourne, per city of Hobart, this day .at 2 p. m. J ï. C. S MIT« .Pottoaster-GencraL

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

BOMBAT. The Bombay Times of July 31st sta- tes, that arrangements were being made in Pegu for the erection of electro-tele- graphic lines. It was expected "that by February next a line would be in opera- tion between Rangoon and Prome, and would afterwards be extending to Cal- cutta. A telegraphic cable was in rea- diness to be thrown across the Sutlej. The Bombay Times of July 20, gives the following in their summary of news from Cabul :-" It is rumoured that Dost Mahomed has communicated to the British authorities his readiness to prevent the Russian army advancing to invade India, should it ever try to do so, on condition that he be now placed in possession of the Affghan territories taken from him formerly by the Eglish. This is quite improbable, and such a proposal it made, would, of course, not be entertained for a moment. A Rus- sian invasion of India is such an impos- sibility even, that it would be absurd to trouble ourselves, at present, seriously about it. The real danger...

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WAR MOVEMENTS IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

WAR MOVEMENTS IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. ARRIVAL OF THE COMBINED FLEETS AT Tim SANDWICH ISLANDS.-A fleet consisting of 7 vessels (English and French) arrived at Honolulu on the 17th July. The Polynesian of the 22nd tim» announces the event :->'Our little out-of-the-way town was thrown into quite1 a state of pleasant commotion, on, Monday last, the 17th instant, by the appearance off Dia- mond Head of a war steamer, which was com- ing along under easy way, and seemed in no hurry at -all to reach the harbour. AU the look-out* were crowded with anxious gaze's, and everybody bad an opinion -about her which everybody expressed, and everybody opposed, "fir Oracle tho ght, nay, was sure, it wa- the Airerican steam-frigate Susquehanna, from Ja- pan. Another-equally good authority shook his head mo-t ominously, and evidently did not like to commit himself to an opinion on the subject. Hut while debate ran hi/li, the public mind was diverted by the appearance of a frigate off the point, and the...

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SUMMARY OF THE NEW BILL TO REGULATE THE SALE OF LIQUORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

SUMMARY OF THE NEW BILL- TO REGULATE THE SALE OF I*| QUORS. . Clause 1. States the old acts relating» licensesnndrrpculs them after the «go ¡nencemeutofthis act on the hrst of M Cleüe2. Futureliceiisestobe govern by this act. ' #*..-. Clawe 3. Iaterprelation of teriwa Clause 4. Inflicts penalties for selling 'without license-for the first i oftcnce fine 'not exceeding £50,'for the second impri- sonment with or without hard labour-time not fixed. Clause 5. Lieutenant Governor to ap- point places ut which applications for Jus 'tices certificates to be granted. Clause 6. Notice of such application to .be given to the police magistrate on or ^before the 16th Nov. in each year, accom- panied by certificate of three householders when for a public house, and two house- holders when for a tap. Clause 7. An annual meeting of Justices 'loue held on the 1st day of December in each year for.consideration of applications. Claube~8. Empowers the Lieutenant Governor to limit the number of certific...

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POLICE REPORT. MONDAY, SEPT. 25. (Before A. B. Jones Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

POLICE REPORT. MONDAY, SEPT. 25. {Before A. B. Jones Esq.) Alexander Fraser, a man of color, was charged by Constable Shaughnassy with being unlawfully wandering about 4 o'clock that morning and getting into the premises of Mr. Priest of Warwick-street. He was sentenced to three months imprisonment.   R. Somers was charged by Constable Dorset with stealing sundry posts, the pro- perty of Mr. Wilson of O'Brien's Bridge. The prisoner was remanded until Wednes- day. James Corrigan was brought up on a charge of obtaining under false pretences a quantity of clothing, the property of a lad named James Fitzpatrick. It appeared that the prisoner and the boy came from Green Pouds together on the coach, and went to the same lodging-house, whence the prisoner took the clothes and pawned them. He was remanded. Two rough looking characters, named Humphreys and Duncan, were charged with stealing a blue jacket belonging to one   Wm. Sharp They were remanded until the 28th...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

pipping Erpnrt »M» n. <r i J wy***»-0***m*^ ARRIVALS. Sept. 23.-T S N Companv's screw- ed aniship Guy of Hobart, U V- Bentley, nom Melbourne September 21, with sun dries. Passengers -Mr E Cohen, Mr Lewi Àîoribieur audJiadame Uervyn, Mr St Sam Fraser, Mr li Gie^n^ Mr W Cato, Mr Atter boiough, hu i-iopkins, Mis Morrison, Mr & Burnett," Mr D Üakc,* Mrs Doley, Mrs Tho Maa und ciiild, Mr (¿leswell, Air LO¿HL ÏAts fcboit,- liir.vocd. Liuuts Hail ato Buckle, and Captain Wise, 49lh rejit, J)i. 1/overty Mr. Wiiojtn.4»n, Mr» Lawrenc. >ira (J mrk, 35 is the steerage,'and 108 pcuEiuneri», l v/ou.im and* boy. Mail, tw» \>á'¿B and one parcel Agent, V Toby. -23-Brig rJnjma l'rasoo.t, 180 tone. Haibuigh. fr, in Mel uuroe Sept U>, with « ¡¿¿nerai caipu.' i'lt^aDtoera-Mr. Sheehy üit tioidsmith, Miss Mar*. s¿ .»ltd 7 .steerage, with 10 government emigrante. Agen A Downing. - 24-Barque Flying Childers, vtorre, J Bayley, from Manilla 28th JJ with a cargador tea, nofree.'augai...

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

VICTORIA. Our commercial intelligence is equally dismal with that from Sydney. Every thing is very dull, ami rumtmrs of addi- tional failures are rife, says the Herald of the 20th. Goods continued to arrive, not so emigrants. lu the improvement of the gold dig- gings some signs of rallying are looked for. The Maryborough diggings are said to have a population of 25,000 souls. Nuggetts weighing one 480 and another 1*7 ozs. have been forthcoming. Ballarat is looking up. Failures still 'continued, debts to the amount of .£14,402 16s lOd were proved in ths Insolvent Court in two days. A government land sale of town lots, Emerald Hill, South Melbourne, took [dace at Teunents on the 20th, some oT the uts brought ,£1,200 per acre. Fulton aud (io , W. J. T. Clarke and the Victoria Freehold Land Society being the principal purchasers A great scarcity ot competent surveyors crippled the efficiency of the survey department. A meeting bad been held Jo organise a testimonial to Mrs Chisholm, the...

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

Farm to Let at Sorell-, ' ' SEVENTY, ACRES of cleared Land, in '..enlti«atfon,nowii'intha occupation of ;. Crocker., within one mile' of the town ihip of Sorell. Apply to Mr. J. Regan» LiYerpool-Btree.t September 13" 1854. Oftlyaniaedlron Fencing. Ex "Gloucester." OA TONS tor eale, with Nut« and ¿\J Screwa for fixing. .Early application neonasary. 11 ar..' * - R. CiEBWuliBi'. Murray-street CARD. W, J. HUXTABLE, M.R.C.3" Begi to inform hit patients that'he has removed to ) No. 1. KELSO TERRACE. XLIRABFTH STREET. y. P. L- Mechanics' Institute LECTURlTsESSION. Thursday, ' September 28th, by G. B. »rawer Esq., a Dramatic Heading from the ew of Hamburgh, an original Play, written »Van Diemen'« Land. | Thursday, October 5th, lame subject con "ihwiday. October 12th, by the Venerable ^deacon Davie», on FruiU and their Uioeiatiom: Door* open at 7 ; Lectures commence at j ill. Members free-non-membeia It. ich, , By order of the Committee, WILLIAM MIINE*, Secretary. ¡pmmittee Itonm, September ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

DIED, On the 22nd instant, at Macquarie Plains, in the ninth year of his age, Pierrepont Robert, the second and beloved son of Manvers Meadows, Esq., Solicitor. The deceased was nephew to the Honorable Robert Bernard, Her Majesty's late Advocate General for the province of South Australia,

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

Sale* bv Ruction. MONDAY, 2nd OCTOBER. Household Furniture, Haning tofestreet. MR. ELLISTON, Is favoured with instruction to submit to Public Competition at Auction, upon the premises in Harrington street, (next door to Dr. Stokell,) a quantity of Household Furniture and other domestic articles, being the property ot a lady removing, on Monday, 2nd ot October, 1851, commencing ¡.tvl ¿molock-, . -, PARLOUR-Loo table and covers, six Tra- falgar horse hair ch irs, sofa blue moreen easy chair to match, pair of China japanned card tables, polished cedar chcffionçer with cjpboard nnd (.'lass, papier mache table, handsome chimney glass. ROSFWOOD;PIANO BY TOMKINSON Carpet and rug fender and irons, bell pulls, fire scieen, &.c ; Prints: " 1'he Shipwreck," ''Military Attack," ".Patrician's Daughter," "Our Queen Victoria," "i ourtslilp in the East," "St Andrew's Church, Launceston." Alabaster stand, clock, 'and bhade. DINING-ROOM-Long dining table, small ditto, six and two arm horse ha...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 27 September 1854

Intuí âuttllistut? TRACT DELIVERING.-Nothing can exce.-d the indecorous aud indecent, be- haviour of the boys employed for this pur- pose on the Sabbath. On Sunday afternoon lafct. Fome halt-a-'ozen beys were in the neighbourhood of Argyle-stfeet, delivering tracts at the various houses in that locality, and which appeared to furnish thom much amusement, by running, hooting, shouting, and hustling eaoh other in their emulations to dispos» ot their tracts first The sooner the denomination to which these youths belong put a stop to such proceedings the better. THE MAGISTRACY.-His Excel- lency i ho Lieutenant Governor has boen pleased to appoint the fallowing gentle- men Justices of the Peace for the island and its dependencies.-Alexander Rose, of Corra Linn, Allan McKinuon, of Dalness, and D. S. KilDiirno, of Hobart Town, Esquires. THE CONSULATE.-Mr. William Gooroo Lein prière has been nomnated Consular Agent tor France in this colony, during the absence of Alonsienr O ¿car ïondeur. T...

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Commercial Intelligence. AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 September 1854

(ínnnnírrinl Snmlipra. AGRICULTURAL« Wheat.perbuah O 15 O to O O O English Barley. O 9 O to O 0 0 Cape ditto.O 8 0 to 0 0 0 Oats colonial.O IO O to 0 On Flour per ton.36 0 Q to 38 0 0 Hay'.loose,.14 O o to.lfi o\i Hay, piessed . 13 O O to 15 0 0 Hydraulic ditto. Iß 0 O to l8 0 0 Straw. 8 O Oto 10 0 0V GARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bush^. O Iß OtoO o 0 Beans, Der hiMïie. .... O 14,0 to O 0 o Tares . 1 0 0>0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 28 O O to 30 0 0 Onions per Ib. 0 I O.toO I & Cabbages, per dozen... :t0 5 OtoO 8 0 Cauliflowers per dozen, O o OtoO CO Carrots, per ton. 9 0 OtoO 0 o Apples, per bushel-. 1 0 0 toi 4 0¡ DAIRY PRODUCE; Butter, per pound .O 3 6to0 4 0 Cheese, per pouud.0 1 4 to 0 2 0 WINES AND SPIRITS Brandy, Martello . 0 13 9 Do. TJ.&Co. 0 12 fi, Rum 10 o.p., W. J. 1. 070 Rum30o.p., " .,. 0 8 3 Do. 80o.p.,E. J<.,. OS6 Ale, Burton.Bass'scarce. 10 0, 0, Do. Ind and.Smith . 0 10 0 Do. Other brands. 9 0 0 Taylor's Stout . 7 10 0 Truman's do. zx . 7 0 0 Do...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 30 September 1854

pipping Ifaprt ' ARKIVALS. Sep. 27-Brip; Gertrude, 119 tons, Watts, from Geelong, Sept.'¿I, with Bundriea. Ag¿n. 27.-Schooner, Roindeer, 15i tons, Pyne, from Welbourne, Sept. 22, with sheep: pus acngera-Messrs. T. Mills, John Pry une, R. Cleary, Clus, Davidson, with 6 steorugo and government immigrants. Agents-ALUs and Cooley. 27-Brig Cosmopolite, 144 tons, Napper, from Two-told Bay, Sept. '¿0, with sheep.and cattie. PaBBcngers-Mrs. N apper and child. Agents-Boys and Hall, 27.-Schooner Flying Fish, 122 tons, Lu- cas, from Geelong, with sheep. Agents McPherson and Francis. 27-Schooner Freake, 94 tons, Irvine, from Geelong, Sept. 22, in ballast. Agente, Maning, Bros. 27-Barque Bonnie Doon, 218 tone, Ste Ímonson, from Melbourne, Sept. 52, inbal ast. [Taseengerß-Aira. Stephenson and child. Agent-Stone. 27-Schooner Helen, 166 tone, King, from Melbourne, Sept. 14, in ballast. Agents Tondeur, Lompriere and Ce. 27-Brig Emma. 139 tons, T. T. Brown, from Syduoy, Sept. 8, with general cargo. T...

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