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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

Selling Off; Selling Off. The times are very bad. And I'll do the best I eau, To »eil off by license day, i think the wisest plan. ' ' TRUMAN'S XX PORTER- £& per hhd. Ditto, X ditto £4 10s 6d ditto Hum, Us per gallon Old Tom, very superior, 17s. per'gallon Cognac Brandy, £2 5s per case Mottled porter, 12s per dozen Ditto, ale, very »ii; erior, 13s per doz. Best Cork Butter, half-firkins and whole firkins, from Is ^i- to Is. Sd per pound. Sydney Beef, warranted, £5 10«. per C:tsk. Dutch cheese HI. by the case. A splendid steum vapora tor for a large farm. Oatmeal Dried fish Various other art'cles very low A ton of assorted Jams in sm all pack nges. W. RESELL, Old Market. New Dress-making and Milinery Establishment, Conducted by a'person lately arrived, PLAIN & FANCY DRESSES Made in the newest fashion aud at tí>e lowest charge, at Airs Bennett has removed to the back of the Macquarie Hotel, VICTORIA STEE E T. Hie Denison Testimonial A T a MEETING of the General Com ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

Cordials for the Million ! COMPETITION ACTUALLY DEFIED D.~Ti ¥TTï s, Birmingham House. 101, Liverpool-street, 1IAVING enlarged his premises and recently imported from .**. London a patent apparatus, fra, for the manufacture of Cordials, begs to inform his numeroi i friends, Customers, Pub-, Heans, Coffee-room keepers, and the public generally, that he is now fully prepared to supply the following Cordials at moderate prices : Ginger Beer, Gingerade, Orangeade, Lemon Syrup, Cloves, Peppermint, Noyeau, Bitters. 1 hese Cordials being prepared from the most improved ecipes in Londou and Paris, are, without any exaggeration acknow- ledged by competens judges to be superior to any in the colony, and as the Maine Liquor Law is likely to be passed during the next Sitting of the Legislative Couucil a rare opportunity will thus be afforded to those who intend opening Temperance Coffee Rooms in Hobart Town and throughout, the territory. ADVANCE TASMANIA Î 2nd August, 1854. iM® ®®KKD ipHDiy©® I...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

THE HOB AUTON HERCURY. MR. HCEY JOHN GASKlLLis an authorized Agent to receive monies ou account of the " Hobarton Mercury " Newspaper Office, and to grant receipts for the same. JOHN DAVIES. October 2nd, 1854.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

Bed Boot.-Notice of Removal, - Red Boot, JOHN SLY, BOOT AND SHOES MAftEfL Begs to acquaint his patrons &the public that he I tas removed to WELLINGTON BPTTiaiî. ETJZA.BETÏÏ 13TKEET opposite Dr. Crooke's, where he intends to carry on his business as heretofore, with punctuality and despatch, combined with modeiate 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, COALS. COALS. COALS. THE UNDERMENTIONED i» prepared to supply NEW TOWN COALS, of the best quality, on the shorti-»« «otice. Orders left ixl the following places will receive prompt attention :- ?> w Mr, Finlayson, Grocer, Battery Point " Sargison, Baker, Macquarie street " Jackson, Toy Warehouse, Elizabeth street IffcDOnald; GrOCer, Corner of Burnett and Elizabeth-streets. Waterloo Mills, Collins street, and of No. 4, CAMPBELL-STREET.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

YOUNO SKYROCKET. BY OLD SKYROCKET,; The property of Mr Blackwell/Crossmarsh rp H I S BLOOD STALLION is 4 1 yean old, stands 1 î hands 2J in. hi^h, colour bright chetnnt, three «hite feet, bright star in forehead. Me will travel trtm Bothwell to the Side- line Hil s, Pleasant, Place, Ex Rivulet and Jeric to, re* arning by the Shannon,, Bine Hill», Sherwood* and Meeds Fields to B »thwell, Abysinnia,' and Black Marsh, all in the district of Bothwe'.l... Terms £* jçroosaage incleded. , n EDWARD G.ALLAHAB. _I. ? , -; LOTXiE WONDER» A THO&OUOH-BRED ENTIRE HORSE. ' * HIS ia a bright bay, wirti black points stands 15J hands high, bred by R. A11 wright, Esq., Broad Marsh. Sire-the celebrated imported horse, Old Peter Fiun, dam Lady Grey, grandam an imported Arab mare. LITTLE WONDER will travel this season from Bothwell through Abyssinia, the'.Hunt ine Grounds, Broad Marsh, Brighton, Bag- dad, Green Ponds, Jericho. Hutton Paik, ¡Shannon, and the Blue Hills home LITTLE WoNncn is well-k...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNISDAT, OCT. 4, 185[?] Before the Commissioner, Fielding Browne. Esq. In re THOMAS WARWICK BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNISDAT, OCT. 4, 185t Before the Commissioner, Fielding Browne. Esq. In re THOMAS WARWICK BUOWN. Further adjourned meeting of creditors. A few debts were proved and insolvent was examined by Mr. Harris on behalf of the creditors as to some property at Biidge water which was leased to his nephew from the government some 12 months ago. There were about 500 acres of land in all, and it was sub-let to some other parties to burn lime thereon. He had laid nothing out upon it. The insolvent was then further examined by Mr. Knight in explanation of his losses, when it appeared til at owing to some mis- understanding as to a Government contract he had ut Melboui ne, he was disappointed and loft more than £7000. Mr. Harris further -examined him upon this, when it appeared that insolvent's agent, through whom the contract was taken, bud mude him indebted £1806. instead ol Bending him some £700J. Ultimately Thursday, the 19th instant, was appointed for discharge, Mr. Harris g...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

HEALTH RESTORED HOLLOWAYS PILLS Surprùînç Cure of a confiwed Jsllima after jive ycart* tvjfertvg. TTbe following testimonia1 has been sent to Pro fe sor Holloway, by a Gentleman named Mid dleton, of Scotland* Road, Liverpool. Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, under providence, of restoring me to sourd health after Ave years of severe affliction. During ti «whole of that period, I suffered tile Wat dread ul atta- cks of Asthma frequently of Several weeks' dura- tion, attended with» violent cough and continua rpitting of phlegm intermixed with blood. That so"shook my constitution that I «as unfitted for any of the active duties of hie. I «-«attended dy vome of the most eminent medical men of tim tiwn, but they failed to give melhe slightest relief. As a la>t remedy I tried your Pills, and in about three months they tfTected a perfect cure of the disease, totally eradic ited the cough, and restored tcne an J vigour to the chest and digestiv -oiganc. I am, Sir, your obedient Serva...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 3rd. (Before Joseph Hone, Esq, Chairman; W. Robertson, f. A. Downing, and R. Lewis, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESBAT, OCTODEH. 3rd. (Beforo Joseph Hone, Esq , Chairman ; W. Robertson, f. A. Downing, and It. Lewis, TSsqs.) The trial of Potter, tor"stealing paper from the " Advertiser " office, was remanded until the next criminal sittings. , , , 'ihe following prisoners received sen- tences : E. Sculfhorpe. 10 years transportation. J. A. Worth, 7 veins transpoitation. W. Duffy and W. Andiewtf, 7 years trans- portation, ' G. Wave, 6 months imprisonment. R. Somers, 3 months iniptisonment.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 7th Oct., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 7th Oct., 1884. -.Ships mails wffl be closed at this Omeo as '.nedor » . For London via Melbourne, per steamer .Ureat Britain, o orabout the 24th instant f. o. Sunu PottoiaeUr-GeneraL

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

HONEY DEW HOUS] Is re-built ana opened for business With a well replenished stock of every variety of MANUFACTURED TOBACCO OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS, UNRIVALLED HAVANAH AND MANILLA CIÖAÄS* PIPES FOR THE MILLION. SUPERB WAX TESTAS» In 'packages suitable for the Drawing room, counting house, and general use. CAMPHORATED MATCHES, - . . - ' t i < î, r Highly recommended for the bedroom, choice articles for the table, toilet, for travelling and sporting. Storekeeper» and heads of Families liberally dealt with. R; % EDWARDS, October 6th, 1854.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

., THIS. , - , liDY HOTHAM NUGGET HAS caused no less sensation in tho auriferous land of Victoria than the BEEF AND IRISH PORK Now on sale at the undersigned, which» though belling at astonishing low figures, proves to SETTLERS AND SHOPKEEPERS that the , n FINEST GOLD Can be procured from a ban el. PHILLIPS AND BECK, Cosmacopelian 500, New Wharf. 3000 SHARES IN THE HOBARTON GAS COMPANY Will not give na much light as 1 lb. of SPERM CANDGES, from PuiLLirs ANO BECK, Cosmacopelian, New Wharf. Steam! Steam!! Steam!!! TH3 I&OIJARCH. MESSRS. BROWN & THOMPSON lespectlully beg to acquaint their numerous supporters and the puidic gen>r nllv that thev yuipose commencing their I)er«ent llivei trade by »te.itn On MON- DAY ueuk next, the IGcti instant, cn which occasion they intend to inaugurate the new undei taking by devoting the day in question to pleaeuie. ' I: > The " Monarch" will leave Hooart Town in the morning of that-day, and return in the evening, und every effoi ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

VICTORIA. Ouït usual files have reached tia, and bring no variation in the sombre tenor of the ue\*s Ubuully arriving from Melbourne. The Herald of 2nd October says :-The Gold market remuius without alteration. The tlull state of our markets appears tobe ncting very decidedly on those of the neigh- bouring colonies of Van Diemen'* Land and South Atistialia; the former, espe- cially, report an extreme1", state of dépression. The state of our labor marke*; appears to have affected the influx of visi- tors from the same quarters, tis we find from yesterday's shipping report that seven vessels ur rived here from Australian ports brought only six passengers. Meut markets present some liveliness. Beef-bullocks, £11 to ¿M2 15s. ; heifer«, £9 lo £10. Mutton-superior wethers, £\ to £\ 5s. j good ditto, His. to «C1; mixed ewes and wethers, good, 14s. to 18s. Veal bus been sold at from £4 4s. down to £l 7s. 6'd. per head. Horses, a fuir de- mand for all classes. Messrs. Dear, Waller and Co. re...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

NEW SOUTH WALES. OUR intelligence is to the 27th September* but the papers are very burren. In commercial affairs the aspect of things promises little improvement. Air. C. Newton held a large sale offur nhure this day, ex Dawstone, from Madras. The prices realised were very good, and would well warrant another shipment. The artieles themselves were very tiistefully got up, and are new in our market. Slessrs. Bowden and Trelkeld put up for sale the bdg Henrietta. It was not sold, but we understand it is under offer. Some sales of drupery goods took place this day, but the prices realised were far from satis- factory, although the attendance -was numerous.- Empire, Sept. 27. A violent libel had appeared in the Free- man's Journal, in whien Sir Win. Denison is termed " a despicable ^ tyrant*.' and a " military despot." Sir CliarlesFitz Roy I figures as a " drivelling dotard," and the ' whole libel ahotuids-vvith like.Howers of speech. The Attorney-General stated in Council that lui int...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

LETTERPRESS ip Da-a KITTO GO® EXECUTED > ft AT THE MERCURY 'General Printing Office, Macquarie-st. Tiru Holiai-ton Morcnry" is pnMiidicd on tim morn iii(,-n .if WedneHday and Snturday, un edition is ni»» lorwuiiU'il 1>y poiit, vu tim uvotilngH. of Tuesday ami Krldi.r bl the conn ti y. It la circulated extensively ia thU »nil Um neighbouring colonies, mt well as Europa and ¿marica. THR "IloBAitTOK MKRCUHV" offlctf ing now rcplote with «\ory description of plain and ornamental typo any description «if printing cnnlio executed on tho shortest notice and at vory moderato charcos. Thin paper Iß filed, and may be seen free of chargo a J/oUowarf.H J'tll ami Ointmtnt Èntablishment, 244, Strand, Landon, where ndrortlBcmuntH and aibicrip ' tiona aro received for this periodical Printed and published by JOHN DAVIKB, solo pro pr'etor,) of Murray-atreot. ut(lilii GciiurnI Printing Oilleo, IX, Miienuaric-itrcet, Hobart Town, V»»

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

George Pryde, LATE MASTER MARINER, (Successor lo Jahn Johnson,) SHIP-CHANDLER, and SAILMAlClSB Y General-Grocer, Tia, Wine and ?" in' M «chant, near tliè "Custom House " .' E '.» WHARF, Hobart To*n.

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ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

ENQUIRY. Will »nv correspondent oblige by Informing a very '(jnrimnt man-How and why fire is obuiuod by th» frictlou of a lucifer match? Csmpbell Town, October 4,1854. '

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

Teeth. D R. SMI T H HAS just received from the United State*, an extended ».ssortn.ent of ARTIFICIAL /i'LETlI, which never change color or separate from the plate or root on which they may be grafted, or Income ia any wayfunpa«rc4 by use pronounced by the French Academy and the " Great Exhibition" to be the best, for beauty, lightno-», strength, and resemblance to nature, trout which tiny cannot be detected by the clo- on scrutiny ; worn with case , subject to no an- noyance ; uiibwcr all purpose« of, iiiaaUcatiou ; never caudecay, or arc offensive. " TEETH STOPPED Milli pure gold, incomparably the best and for most teeth the only article ever discovered which adhere* to the tooth without change. Pure chemically prepared tin, where expense is an object, or fur the liibt teeth. < All paw m stopping avoided. The most sen native tooth saved. AH paws arising from the teeth cured or prevented. Teeth extracted H ith chloroform. All operations cal efully performed and kept in or...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

j Ann Young, rnitOM Salisbiuy, in Wiltshiie. can hear JJ from George Young, by communicating to him at James Lane's, Ftumtr, HoUitr wood, Hirer 0»vse. Caution to the Inhabitants of Van Dieinen's Land. H01»litfwa.YS *ILLS AND OINT 'MENT. . IT has lately come to my knowledge that spurious '" Holloway*t Pilli und Ointment. are being sold by a person in Melbourne, who suppjied Dealers with the same in most parts of Australia. It is therefore paitio lilarly necessary "to observe that the Genuine Medicines hare the words * Holloway'* Pills ; and tíintmeut* 'woven in the Watermark. < oi ! toe Paper of the Olrectiou Looks, similar t . a Bank Notes and one of which is affixed tu every Pot and Uox ; the same words are en- graved-on-the Government Stamp, which is pasted on every Pot and liox, aud to imitate w.iicb ia Felony ; without sue a marks the ¡Medicines ai-e not genuine. Tile Genuine Medicines may be had at Walch and Son« Hobart Town, Vam Die mens Laud. -Ii any parties have b...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

m, <ffîmm,-. TOWN EDITION. r !??? i ? » ?????- , 'X HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 1854. A CORRESPONDENCE has been continued for some time past in the Melbourne newspapers on the novel subject of UN- EMPLOYED LABOUR. Several letters have been a'ddressed to the Argus, complairing of difficulty in procuring employment, and great ic«>» «~~ - -¿ ^" finoJ. journal lest such complaints-no matter whether well or ill founded-should reach home, and have the effect of im- peding the stream of emigration which xhc colonies desire. If we couple these circumstances with the alow rate at which the emigrants recently arrived -£ "««art Town find engagements, *T wil1 seem a sufficient contrast " the outcry for more labo-^to '*hich we have been ",-«lorned -0 justify uome reference to ¿he subcct' Theare can be no doub' '«at the im- provement of^tíus cií» has been greatly retarded by the want of labour to carry on the various wcks, public and pi i vate, of which we every day feel the...

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REPORT ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

REPORT ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION. WE publish this document in extenso, not but what we grudge the space, for we nre ashamed, for the sake of the colony, of the defect) which mark the paper. In our next we shall take up the subject. The following is the report of the Select Committe : IN presenting to your Honorable House "A Bill tocstablhh a Parliament in Van Dieman's Land and to grant a Civil List to Her Majesty,'1 your Committee deem it ud visable to accompany the Bill with a few brief explanations respecting the principles they have embodied therein, and also res- pecting the manner which they have sought to give them effect. In approaching the subject, your Com mitee are deeply impressed with the v«ry great responsibility necessarily cast upon them in being called upon to hame a Con- stitutional Act, calculated to secure the " peace, wellare, and good government" of the people of this colonv ; but they have derived very considerable encouragement from the reflection that I hey hav...

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