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

Sale* i>3! ftuctCott« TUESDAY, 10th OCTOBER. ESTATES, of DUNROBIN and . CLUNEY, 13,680¡acres. With 12100 rented Land adjoining. MR. ELLISTON t | Is favoured w iih instructions from Walter A. . BÉTHuyE, Esq. »bout to pr.iceed to Emj laod, to submit to absolute Sale by Prblic Auction, at the City Mart, hobart Town,, upon ;, ? TUESDAY, 10th OCTOBER, At 2 J'clock p m. precisely, THE BEAUTIFUL EST ATE> of DUN-' ROBIN and ÜLÜNKY, ii. one lo:, comprising '"together .. an 'area . of abou' Thirteen Thousand Six Hundred and Eighty Acres The Auctioneer feels that it would be an act.. of- »uperei'¿gatton to attempt to di scribe with, anything: like minute particularity,« the position or natural resource» of the splendid area of la d thus suddenly thrown open to public competi- tion It must suffice to observe generally, that, «a whole, it h taken to be ore ol' the finest, nins in the colony, from i6,000 to Í7i0'ü, sheep having been annually fed and shorn upon the Estate -for several years,...

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

l?or Liverpool TiTE GRE\T BRITAIN S. S. S. * 3 ,C0O Tons-600 Horse.Powcr cobie veasel hav log performed- her n passade home iu 71 day» w»U bo des rtebed for Liverpool (from Melbourne) ¡til her usual punctuality at noon on SA f ,ftDAY. the«8th October, end presents an Iteible opportunity for the c&nveyunce of pass igets, Wool and Gold Dust. ? For terrai of freight or passage and blank Ills of lading which will be supplied gratis ¡»ply to »RIGHT, Brothers, and Co., Agents, Itlbourne, or to the undersigned,' WILLIAM KMIOIIT, Mew Wharf. September 13, 1S54. ' ¡gular Trader-For Melbourne direct The fine nrst-class Brigantine REINDEER, R PnvKN, Master It now loadiug in the Constitution Dock, and ¡Kill meet with immediate dispatch. £. s. d. Cabin passage . C 0 0 Steerage ditto . 3 0 0 For freight or passage apply to the Master on board, or to 0. LOVETT. ' Ftsnkling Wharf, 2nd October, 1854. Coal Millers Required mflE Port Arthur Coal Company are 11 deshoua of engaging a tew GOOD ¡MI...

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PIRATES IN THE CHINA SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

PIRATES IN THE CHINA SE \S. The (heiland Friend of China gives the fol- lowing narrative of an attack on a piratical fleet in these waters, made by the U.S sloop Porpoise, and some armed Portuguese '-lorchas," having on board 120 men of the crew of the French corvette La Joan d'Arc. It appears that, owing to light and contrary 'winds, they did not reach Nowchow, forty miles west of Macao, where the pirate fleet were said to be, until Thursday, as they lett Macao on'Tues day, and a boat ha\ing been sent in to reconnoitre, returned with such a tale that it was at first res- olved to blockade the mouth of the snug way, in which the vessels were, untill reinforcements arrived ; for the pirates, to the number of sixteen, exhibited such a formidable front that it was feared, and as the result proved, but tittle could be done with them. Delay, however,uid not suit the temper of the gallant spirits; and come wliat might an attack was determined ok. A fair wind into the "bight springing up, ...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Papers up .to the 29th Jilly are to hand. The New Parliament was busy over a Bill to secure freedom of speech. The Lieutcnunt-Govcrnor had directed, in consequence of the cholera having ap ,pe.ired at the Mauritius, the publication of the following document, reobmmeiidurg prcvcntälive incluís :- v ',' - ...1. .PcrbOiud cleanliness should he partt cuhir'lv attended to. (It is much to be ic grctteil that neither baths nor wash-houses exist in this town titlbrditig facilities in this respect.) .Theubeof bathing and of moderate exercise will strengthen the sys | tem to resist an attack of cholera. Exercise ¡n the open air is of great inmortalice to maje und female. , ,,...' 2. Moderation in eating and drinking should be enjoined ; fruit and vegetables that are unripe or decaying, had or tainted meat, should be avoided. Ardent spirits should be refrained from, except under medical advice". Drunkards always, suffer most. The use of flannel is strongly recommended. '. 3:...

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

MAURITIUS. The mortality arising from the cholera in this island during the whole period of visitation amounts to i i ,500 peisons, being about ¿lie-fifteenth of tile entire popula- tion. The commercial credit of the colony has not, however, suffered, and the finances were in a flourishing condition, the revertiré having, during the last six months, exceeded the expenditure by ¿f?j!),(Ji68s. I éd.-the balance of unappropriated îevenue being in the.whole -.231,975 15s. lied. ' - ' The Shipping and Mercantile reports.; " The continued disappearance of cholera fi-ouvtbe island hu» imtunilly, k4- to the resumption of busines.s on1- its ~ ordinary " basis, and we now report some activity in our import maiket. The arrivals of exten- ' 8ive orders of machinery for the manipula- tion of the coining crop, although behind time in coming to hand, ate nevertheless not too late to be of great service to the estates for which they are imported."

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

ïnnil Sirtelligwtt Ti« MONARCH STEAMER. - This vessel, which has been put chased fur the New Norfolk trade, had a tiiul (rip down ¿be river on Satnidav, when the engines ' were found to work satisfactorily-and the ' speed attained was such as to place her on H level with an v boat in those waters. A large party of eentlemen were on board, and the whole affair pu seed < ffin a manner to excite tho approval of every one present. ACCIDENTAI, DEATH.- On Tuesday last, a seaman named ¡Smith, belonging to the Albany, now in the harbour, fell off the gangway into the water. After a lapse of twenty ir mutes the body was picked up, and i)r. Smart was immediately in attendance, [ but al) rfforts failed to resuscitate the unlor tanate man. j SUPREME COURT.-The civil sittings 'of this court commenced yesterday. His honor. Air Justice Fleming pi esidcd. A report of the proceedings shall appear in Saturday's number, I There arc twenty criminal cases Cornwall Carn HORSE-STEALING.-James S...

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Review. Parlamentary) Government of Responsible Ministers for the Australian Colonies, by H. S. CHAPMAN—Tasmania—Pratt and Son, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

ïxtDiClU. Parlamentär!) Government of Responsible Ministers for the Australian Colonies, by H. S. CHAPMAN-Tasmania-Pratt and Son, 1854. This pamphlet has been before us for a considerable period and .hud not the session of the Legislative Council intervened, should have had the utrention at our hanm j which the importance of the subject and the ability of the writer demanded'' But better lute than never ÍB an adage that will - perhaps apply in this instance a» well as in others-and now that the fever of adulation before Mr Chapman has subsided we may the more coolly enquire somewhat con- cerning his brochure on Parliamentary Govern nient. That the language is clear and dispas- sionate almost at the expence of vigorous expression-that ihe reasoning is arranged in the most popular form-that the ample experience and enlarged information of the author gave him no mean advantages in treating on such a subject-all these may be admitted without conceding that irresist able weight to the au...

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POLICE REPOET. THURSDAY, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

POLICE REPORT. THURSDAY, OCT. 5. The usual number of night charges were disposed of involving cases of drunkenness, riot, and disorderly conduct, for which the   sentences varied from three to six months hard labour in the house of correction for old offenders,and fines and minor imprison ments for new cases. INSUBORDINATION. The Captain of the Elizabeth Jane   charged one of his men with insubordina-   tion in refusing to come on deck when ordered, and using language of a vile and insulting description. The prisoner said he had been badly treated on the voyage, and probably the Captain wanted to get rid of him and get men to work for nothing, he had signed no articles. He was sent to   study insubordination for two months with hard labour at the house of correction. THE HIRED SERVANTS' ACT.   A shoemaker was charged by his master   with refusing to mend a pair of boots when requested to do so. The prisone...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 7 October 1854

Ujijifiiitd 3Rrport ARRIVALS. Oct 3-Brig Sir Win Wallace. 220 tons, F Smith, from ¡routh Seas, Feb 44, with 6 tons *penn oil. Agent, Waster. -4-Barque Isabella, 19C tons, Moore, from Port Albert, Sep 30, with 2110 ïheep and îOlwllockfc. Agent, N aster. -4-Schooner KJnty Ann, HO tonp, G Grave«, from Port Albert, Sep 30, with 4B 'bullocks, 242 »htep,*nd 4- mail parcel. AgentJ «Foster. - - '.--4-Schooner Eclipse, 190 tons, "Dodd, 'from Port Albert Sep 1, with cattle and sheep. Agent-Gucsdon. -0- Barque Mousam, from Melbourne. -6-Schooner Caroline, from Sydney, -Sept 23, with 2 passengers, and a general; .cargo. DEPARTURES. , Oct 8-Barque Baltimore, (¡05 terns, Poel koke, for Batavia, in ballast. -3-Schooner Free Trader, 149 tons, Adams, for Port Albert, with sundries ; passen- gers-Mr and Mrs Flower and child, Mr Collier *nd 22 steerage. -3-Barque Nauti'us, 191 tons, Carte, from Sydney, with sundries ; passengers-Mr W l>avis" <,»pt Kensett, Mr B Gray. -3-Brig Jane, 179 to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

George Pryde. LATE MASTER MARINER, (Sueeesior lo John Johnson,) SHIP-CHANDLER, and SAILMAK.ER General Grocer, Tea, Wine and *' in* Meichant, near the ''Custom House " / A'* WHARF, Hobart Town. LETTERPRESS PROGQ'D'OGMB EXECUTED AT THE MERCURY (General Printing Office, Maçquarie-st. Tbs Bnbasripuon to the Hobakt Tow» Mercury"!! 10s. per «oartar, or 40a, per «säum, bat If paid la **' vanee, Ta. «d. per quarter, or 80s. par, aumin u chariad._ ' i' Tn Hobarton Meiewjr" .b.irabliahedoa ths pera Inga rfWadneaday andSaturdty, an .ditton is alta fonreried by post, on the evening« of TaesdsrAad Fridnv to the eouatrr. It li circuUtad esteaiiveljr le this tad the neighbouring colonie», aa well as Europe and anarlea. Tat "Hobastox Maicöar*7 offle« Ins* no» rspjstt with ovary description of plain and omanMataliyp* any descriptloa of printing canoe ewcuted oat» abortaat noiiet cwfat very modarata obentes. This paper is filed, and may be teen free of charge a HoU<may,t Pal and Ointment i...

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Commerical Intelligence. AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

£iimmrrrisl Mtllintiitr. AGRICULTURAL Wheat.per bush 0 )4 G to 0 10 0 iihiilnh Barley. O 11 O to 0 0 0 Cipe ditto. n.'... 0 » 0 1o 0 fl 0 Oats colonia!.0 10 0 to 0 n0 Flourpcrton..11 Hlo Mi »it H«y how, ...'.1.H 0 0 to lo :o 0 Hay, press«! .t. 15 0 0 to 17 0 0 Hydraulic ditto.Iß 0 . to 1» 0 0 ¡>tt»w...'.. 8 0 Oto IO 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. l'eaa, per In.hel . 0 2» GtoO Ö 0 Beans, per »»»iib«! .... 1 U Otoo o o Tares . 1 0 n¿i> 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 2S 0 0 to 30 0 A Ouionsperlb .0 1 OtoO 1 G Cabbages, per dosen... 0 4 0 to 0 ft 0 Cauliflowers per doran 0 o OtoO 6 0 Carrots, per ton,. 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel. 1 0 0 to 1 4 0 DAIRY PRODUCÉ. Butter, per pound .0 2 3to0 3 0 Cheese, per pound.0 1 4to0 3 0 WINES AND SPIRITS FTd Blandy, Martell's. 0 13 » Do. U.&Cos. 0 13 ö Rum 10 o.p., W. J. 0 7,0 Rnm30o.p., ,. 0 8 S Do. 30o.p,, E. J-. 0 S 6 Ale, Burton,Buss'scarce.. .... 10 0 0 Do. lud aul Smith . t 10 U Do. Other brands. 0 0 0 Taylor's Stout . 7 10 0 Truman's do. xx....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

?; Teeth. ?';'."? DR.SMITH TT Ai just 'received fiom the United StaJe^aa M extended assortaient of ARTIFICIAL' TEETH, which never change eoloV or separate from the plate or root on which they may be grafted, or become In shy way impaired by aae; pronounced by ' the French Academy ' and the M Great Ethibitlon" to be the bett, for 'beauty, Ughtam, strength,'and' resemblance to' naturi, from which tfaercasmot Udsuetsd'b/ «he elo ett «senttiay ; worn with esas ¡subject'to'to« an--' noysaoe; answer! sU - parpes« of¡ sassticansa ¿' s*vw'csndekay,«'-ars;oOTmi*vé,''',! ? '...^' ' ? TEETA STOPPED WUh pure gold, ineompsrably the best, and,, for most teeth the. onjy article ever discovered; which adhérai .to the tooth without chang«.: Pure chemically prepared- tin, where expense is an object, or for thèfiist teeth, i. All pain tn etoppfog «voided. The mest ieiU astivs tooth saved. AU palo* arising from 'the teeth cured.ex, prevented..;,, Teeth extracted with chloroform: ; AUóperatlóaicaréfliUy...

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Miscellanious Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

©dtplsc4ÍÍ««Mtfu* öluhjtitia. The Governor arrivod'Jat Sydney" on the 27th'Sept, off a whaleini.Toyage having 65 tons sperm oil on board. She is only 11 months from th" port, and has been rather P.urtuna-p, having obtained «."0 barrels sperm oil during that period. She sa«- tho Bclmoner Royal Sovereign, at the Bluff (West Coa-t New Zonland), on the iib. August, three vrenk« from Sydney, cleon; «Is», i" Foveaux Straits, on loth August, the haique Runnymede of Hobrt Town, ni'.e months out, with CO tons sperm oil on board '1 we Depth of the Oceam.-The Royal Pocleiy met on the 2?th ultimo, the Earl of Enniskillen, vice-pre*ident, in the chair. ? A very interesting communication from Cap»an Denham, R N-, of her Majesty's ship Herald, was read, "aptai« i »enham is engiged on a scientific voyage in the above ship, and among other subjects, he was particulaey enjoined to endeavour, on favourable occasions, to ascertain the 'depth of the ocean. The present commu- nication gives an account of...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

Grand Midland Steeple Chase, TO COME OFF AT CAMPBELLTOWN ON THURSDAY, 12tu OCT., 1GM. Steward«-James Lord, Manus Aitkin, John Makersey, Henry Valentine, Thomas Bostock, Enquires. tai rim»T notus To"accsivs £800. StCOMD MOaS» IO 1EC1IVX £75. AHo rai, THian Hoasa to beckivx £60. RULES AND REGULATIONS. Every Subscriber of £6 entitled to enter a Hone for this Race. Each Horse to carry twelve stone. Distance--Four miles, over ground marked out by the Stewaids, to ' the immediate vicinity ot Csmpbelt Town. ' No professional Jockiee allowed to ride in > this race. Bia Horses to start or no raes. The Leaps to be taken between fiaos put np for that purpose. Any Horse known'to have been taken over or jumped at any of the leaps1 marked out by the Stewards will be disqualified from ranning in this race. All. Horses must be entered on or before the first day of Ootober, addressed to the Secretary, at Ross, stating pedigree, names of the riders* and colours tobe worn by them. ..; > The Hors...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

' THE HOBARTON MERCURY. TUTR. LsCEY JOHN GASKlLLisan iVX authorised Aßent to-rrcerte monies on aceount ot the " Hobarton Vloicury Newspaper Office, and to grant receipts for the same. JOHN DAVIES. October 2nd,' M54.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

Adaih and Eve: rplin Ladies, Guntlcaien, mid tiihabîtsuti JL ofllolmit Tim n are respectfully in lui mod that tb'u |>4Íiitiiiir \Vill lie on >ievr duiintr. this week tu all and .uudryî \\ Uli tli.uiks .tud kindest ix^mdi. Adam and Eve. Ladies aTe lerptiitfuMy to notice that the follniMiiir ei^lil »lavs eoininuncinji' I fit li October, uill be esthuivcly for tlrdm dur* lu» tho week 5 ireiits'. not to be admitted ; ultiii windi U »ill li nully cloie at Ilaod'f 1'ictnie Giilléiy. Opon fi um 10 till i and / to 9 OetoliM !)th, 1854 Just? Received, HANDSOME Diawiiv and Dining Koom Fh.NUi:it& and 1 IK li 1UONS, at L PEARSON'S, ". Ëliiuboth-strct't. October A. New Dress-making and Milinery Establishment! Conducted by »'person lately arrhred, PLAIN & FANCY DRESSES Made in the newest fashion and at tbe lowest charte, at Mis Bennett has removed to the batik of the Macquarie Hottil, VICTORIA STREET. The Denison'Testimonial« A T a MEETING of the General Cora ¡\ mitteo held ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

m® ©G» tiWBM® B EGS to inform his Friends and tlie public generully, travelling the Launceston Road that he has resigned the Whip to Guard the in- terest of the (g® à gi Ali 55® till, LATE THE BATH INN, XJBMON SPRINGS, NEAR OATLANDS, And knowing well the wants of parties seeking refreshments, he has supplied HIS IIOSTLERY With every luxury and comfort, in order to secure him a share of support. THE BED ROOMS Are all elegantly arranged and will be found clean and airy. ! THE CELLAR AND LARDER will also be found by the most fastidious to be faultless. THE 8TABUNO I Wiill accommodate twenty bones and the whole establishment is provided with I respectable and civil servants. GEORGE FROST, also informs his friends that he will continue to Break ¡ i nj Horses for carriage or saddle upon the usual terms. leemon Springs, September 7th, 1854. I Bed Boot.-Notice of Removal,-Red Boot. JOHN SIT, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Beg« to acquaint his patrons &the public that he I tas removed to I WEL...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

,..rVJaMf ... i a N AFfKBNtlCB M A» McrMT* «««. A J) peiafprttolt? .Emin . well .**.«* | pètith* YOUNG SKYROCKET. BY OLD SKYROCKET,; The property of Mr BlackweII,';Crosimarih THIS BLOOD" STALLION ii * years old. stand* lo hands 2¿ in. high, colour bright chesnut, thiee white feet, bright star in forehead. He-will travel trom Bothwell to the Side- ling H 11, Pleasant, Place, Ex Rivulet and Jeric-o, re*uiniugbv the Shannon,, Bi nie Hills, Starwood and Meed's Fields to B .tbwell, Abysinuia, and Black Marsh, all m the district of Bothwell. Tarais £4 groomage included. EDWARD GALLABAS. LITTLE WONDER. A THOROUGH-BRED ENTIRE HOHSE. HE li a bripbt btv, with black points stands lo| hands high, bred by R. .\ 11* right, Esq., Bro^d Marsh. Sire-the celebrate«! imported horse, O.d Peter Finn, dam Lady Grey, gratulara an impoited Arab mare. Little Wonder will travel this season from Bothwell through Abyssinia, the Hunt iug Grounds, Broad Marsh, Brighton, B-ig dad. Green Ponds, Jeiicho, Hutton Pai...

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IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

IMPORTS Per City of Hobart from Melbourne-1 task, 8 bags, Order ; 1 case stationary, 1 bale, Walsh and Son ; 1 ease, Fowler and Yeoman ; 1 ÖO..T Horn-'; 11 case«, 3 bale», ^ orey ; 1 .etsVQ sheriy, Levein ; m ease, Order; 398 kegs, W Ivey ; 1 box samples, Frank and Co.. I c*e jewellery, T D Chapman. Per Loui-s, f'om .Adelaide, 630 ]iaeksges rope, 20 barrels brean, 44 bags ditto, ~99 bag« coffee, I box books to order Per Tiiton. (rom Melbourne, 3400 slates, 20,000 it timber, 43 cases frames and sashes, "W ¡Ison. Exports Per Macquarie for Port Albert-I hhd brandy, 1 »are geneva, 1 hhd »beery, 2 htids rum, 1 case gin. 2 hhds ale, A Nicholas ; half toa potetes, 8998 teet timber, 6 dosn lemon syrup, 1 plough, 1 pa.r dray wheels, 1 pair ehiise cart wheels. Boys and Hall ; 1 case drapery. Sly and lltüby. Per Iris for Launceston-1 ease drapery, 3 bale« do, 3 cases du, 4 cat>es do, 4 bales bag«. 2 eases cutlery, 1 bale drapery. Mcpherson and Co. I

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 11th Oct., 18[?]4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 October 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, lUh Oot., 1844. .hips mails witt be t'esed at this Omse as sender » For Melbourne pw City of Hobart, on friday next, at half-past 2 pm. N For Melbourne per Black Swan, on Fii day next, at ha'i'past 6 p.m. For London \ia Melbourne, per steamer Great Britain, on or about the 24th instant T. O. Sima Poftniaster-Genernl.

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