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To The Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

To the Editor of the Mercury. fed no inconsiderable embarrassment in sinning to address you on this occasion, LimtU political opinions ure founded nprinciples instead of the impulses of moment, there eau be no certainty oí ir steadiness, or of their producing good ills j for what country can he well gov- ert where the passions and feelings of Rulers are in a continual state of cx ment. tis expected hy the constituents of the rids that members are elected for, tthey will forward their interests, and endcavonr to raise the necessary reve- ll}' taxing those articles or that pro lion, the consumption of which does affect the indigent, and allow what is issary for existence, to he in sutllcient nitance for all to partake of it. In al in? foreign grain free of duty, you also n the country of its gold to pay for it ; to what good that may lead heaven 1 knows, perhaps to a colonial hank- ey. The Americans take nothing from ut our gold. The duties on whatever i to the delicacy of our food, o...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Public Amusments. VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

faillie Stnw0cpnts. VICTORIA THEATRE. The production of "Money" on these boards again ou Wednesday, was honoured by a better audience than we ever biw with lu the walls of the Theatre. The piece was placed on the stage as on a former occasion in a caretul tun!?creditable manner, and the management is ontitlad to great commenda- tion, for its efforts to assist d a n mo excel- lence by scenic vmiiemblancc. The Evelyn of Mr 'Waller was insomo parts rather too savage tor our taste, but as a whole was the most finished piece of acting he has yet given. Mrs Waller, we need scarcely say, preset ved in Clara the high reputation she hanieached. Mr Sefton Parry as Graves outshone a' 1 his formel effoi ts, and a visible improvement was perceptible iii Mr Tuthnf's Sir John Vesey. In fact the whole of the parts were efficiently sustaiued, and us a natuial cousequenoo the attention was not; distracted byial teníate excellence audfailuie. It is quite unnecessary for the purpose of % critique to tr...

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PRESENTATION OP AN DDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY, BY The Inhabitants of Campbell Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

PRESENTATION OP AN )DRESS to HIS EXCELLENCY,, i The'inhabitants of Campbell Totbn. fl'c have much pleuro at being enabled. chronicle the fact, that the inhabitants Campbell Town, in order to testily their |h appreciation of H1b fcx^leuriy, w^ ii .norning present to him at Kean s Hofe] following address : HIS EXGELLENCY Sill Wm, DENISON, Knioht, &c. ; L the undersigned inhabitants of; «L\\ Town, embrace the occasion of ?Ä^'(the last that may . fler Wore vour departure for the sister lift exJrU "toVur Excellency our' Ln.fi of ino very many and important K ende ed by yo« lo/thta colony, dur . i,".erm of your administration. And JwTSgOt vour 1« .? an able admin Sor of the afTairs of the country, we feel fied at the honor Her Majesty had been ed to confer upon you ,n your appoint-. So a more extended sphere of useful-. h"n tnkintr leave ot your Excelleney, wc tÏ £e'that yourW. Lady Donison d Sly, may long en «y the blessings ot 1,1th nn. happiness, and have the honor Scribe ourse...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, [?]4th Oct., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

|t GK^ K11 AL 'POST OFFICE, Util Oct., 1H54. ? '.lis mails will be closed at'this (Dffice'ab' . "or.'Lniidntrvia Melbourne, per -stenmer V-.-h; >Biiitam,-4m-or about the 24th iautaut F. O. SM11H Po't'nastei-Gfneral.

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POLICE REPORT WEDNESDAY, OCT[?]TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

POLICE REPORT Wednesday, Oct 11th, 1854. A rough looking man named McGowan,   was placed at, tlip bar charged with falsply representing himself to b* fieo and resisting a constable in the execution of his duty, D. C. Dorsett deposed that he spoke to a man in Liverpool-street at the corner, of iMurray street, when defendant interfered represent- ing himself to be freo and that the mau was ,in his employment and was tree. He endea- voured to pVevent that mun being taken. Dorsett found him to bo a tieket-of-leave man in the cervico of IWr. Mather, and took them both into custody. ^Constable Allison corroborated this statement. Defendant said'he had nothing to observe, but called James Lee who behn;, Bworn deposed that ho knew defendant and s iw him and some other tnan the preceding nigit in iUuriay stroet, two constables came up and asked one man what fjo was who said he was frep, the constables took bim away, defendant did not go betwnen tho mau tim spoken to and the cons...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

HEALTH RESTORED! HOLLOWAYS PILLS Surprising Cure of a confirmed Asthma after five ycart' suffering. The following testimonia' has been sent to Pro fe^sot Holloway, by a Gentleman named Mid dleton, oi Scotland Road, Liverpool, Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, under Srovidence, of restoring me to sound health íft"r ve years of severe affliction. During the whole ofthat period, I suffered the most dread ul atta- cks of Asthma frequeutlv of several weeks'dura- tion, attended with a violent cough and continua »pitting of phlegm inlermixod witL blood. That to"shook my constitiition that I was unfitted foi any.of the active duties of life. I was attended dy some of the most eminent medical men of this town, but thty failed to give me the slightest j relief. As a last remedy 1 tried your -Pills, and in about three months they effected a perfect cure of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, and restored tone anJ vigour to the chest and digestiv oigans. I am, Sir, your obedient Serva...

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The Mercury. TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

¿fi), f^'cm-h, TOWN EDITION. HwBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER Uth, 1S54. The only argument by which the creation of two houses is sought to be justified is the necessity of check and counterpoise. Hence we have the Committee on the New Constitution talking of the " conservative" tendency of the upper balancing the innovating spirit of the lower house. If it can be shown that more evil than good would flow fiom the co-exislence of the two assem- blies-or that the balance presumed 'would not exist-or that either of the houses would fail in the primary purpose of their existence, the theory put for- ward vanishes, and with it all the con- clusions it is assumed to sustain. No analogy can be drawn from the division of the chambers at home in favor of.that which is sought for here, for the ¿lemerits of comparison sie absent. 1 he House of Peers in Great Britain cora, prises'not onlymen'illustrious by descent^ by wealth, by Tank ; but manywho fiom their mental endowmerits may «justly claim ...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

Enrnl SntcüifítnrB Pleasant Prospects.--The fol- lowing is an extract from a letter received on Tuesday last :-" Sir Charles Hotham opened the council the other day, and made one of those weak" washy sort of'speeches that you would expect from a merry man. His popularity, 1 am afraid, is waning aheady, and the" Argus" thinks he is not the man they took bim for-so much lor the enthusiastic flattering of an infatuated mob. lîy nil accounts he has got his wotk cut out for him this summer-the diggers I believe are determined not pay the license fe9 any longer, and as a preliminary step towaids supporting such determination mo briniing up arms at a dence of a rate. We shall see ¡vhother ho will adopt the La Trobian policy or strike out a new line for himself his choice will rest between concession and coercion and upon that choice will depend his futuro reputation as a man of valour ant" determination." Kangaroo Ferry. - A whale- boat crossing theierry near the Old Wharf was caught by on...

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Commerrial Intelligence. AGRICULTURAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

CuramrrtiarSnttlligtiirr. AGRICULTURAL, ! Wheat.I..;., per bush O 4 O' to O 16 0 'Sr^;;::.:::::.^?^« * H»v .mied ...-.'. 15 O 0 t. 17 0 0 GARDEN PRODUCE. . Peas, r«r i.u,liel. 0 20 ti u> 0 0 0 Beans, Der t.»-^ ' .. 1 0 0 to 0 0 o Tares .. 1 0 O'"0 ° ° Potatoes, oer ton. 28 0 0 to 8o 0 .o Onions per Ib .0 1 0 io 0 I <¡ Cabbages, peí dozen... 0 4 0 io 0 6 (J Ca-ulitlowtra perdí sen 0 ?> Oto^ "l di rots", per ton. 8 0 0 to 0 « 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 » t0 1 4-0 , DAIRY PRODUCE. I Butter, per pound .0 2 -8 tuO 3 0 j! Ohee-e, per puuud .0 1 4'to 0 2 -0. ^Es ^ND SRlR¡Ts \\ à 8. u If Brandy, Muriell's . ü 3 » ?1),,. TJ.&Cb. OU b «Rum I0'o.p., W. J.r. 0 7 0 | Hum 30o.p., " . 0 b 0 ftDo. 3Jo.p.. E.J . 0 5 3 ra Aie. buitou.iiuBs' scaice.10 0 0 [v-Do ludan Smith . 9 10 0 <-Do. Other blands... 0 0 0 S, Tay.oi's Stout ..' 7 10 o |tr Tiumaii's do. xx. .7 0 0 j Do. porter, * nominal .i, '1 he market is «faded 'heavilywith 'beer. G«in-v«, 4 pal-case. Butch pf....

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

eljippiufl' ïlrprt /.ARRIVALS. Oct 10-Pnrque Cballtnger, /17-5 toni, New ian from Melbourne £tp i)0, wub sundries gent Mas er. | --11 Barque Fair «Tainanm, 156 tons, K ' W olfe, from Twofold Bay, with 5i> cattle and 0 -hiep ; passengers-\,t¡» Wolfe and child. afin' W \ Guerdon. - Jl-Schooner-Zephyr, 60 tOT- W M orrie. m from Geelong Oct 7, with sheepskins and I n'es. Ag«nt, Gray. A ! ID PARJURE«. J Te» 11-Schooner Tillage Bell, 1Z7 »ons, M . 'Neil lor Melbourne with sundries ; passen ' -Mr»0'Nel ' -II-Schooner Francis, IO? tons, R W met , for --ydnej, with «undrus. ' -12-¡rhip Albany, 484 tons, W H Riley i-bjdney wirh sundries, - 12 -'»cliooner Eclipse, 170 tons, G DoUd I m Port Altert »n lallast; passengers-11 : wraf J I _ -iii-Highland LnBsie, T W Saunders a?»'<?! lor vit'lb junm, with 'tiroc-cr. No i rfll OIS. , -JS-StPamshiD City of H..T«^t. G. V. ai t ' . oom nandei, foi Melbourne, with i l-l s. Pasi-en^eig-Mi. H: -Hnvet, ptani Wossmtu, Miss Mn-smnn, Mi-s { in Mt....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

.Water! Water! Water! , H. F L £ M I IV «, PLUMBER, PAINTER, &c, 4-, \Im ray-street, be»s to mit rm the i h «bl tanta of "Hobart Town that he has i m i v^d a supply c f 200,000 feet of Lead Piping, of vai mus sizes. ' Also Palmer's Patent Lever BALL TAPS. Water laid on"at the ahmtest bo tue, lind at considerably leduced price« H. P. bega, to inform builders and con- tractors that he is prepared to txecute oiders for PI un and Fancy Lead-Glaz ng. !N B -Garden Lead Lights always on . hand. October 13. _ _ _^^ i Sky those Greasy Words Over Again* BONES' remaik to the undeisigned when tasting their BUTTER and learning the price. Phillips and Beek, -> . Oosmacopelian 500, New Wharf. War ! War ! War ! IN cons«quence of the W»r with Russian SALT and CANDLES are sure to be searce, and cunsequently high in price. The undersigned having on hand a very large stock of the above intend selling at their üSOAL LOW F1GURC. Pnii.Lir-3 and Beck, Oosmacopelian, 500, New Wharf. V- D. L. Mech...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

[ADVERTISEMENT.] ABSOLUTE PARDONS. The following letter is published for general information ; and particularly for the information of atf parties imme- diately interested in the desirable result Bought to be attained by the Memorial which was presented to the Legislative Council of Van Diemen's Land, on th* 6th ultimo, by Mr. Chapman, and which forms part of the motion by the Member for Launceston, notice of which has been given by Dr.Oflicer for the 17th inst., " That the House then resolve itself into a Committee of the whole for the purpose of adopting the Memo- rial praying Her Majesty to grant Absolute Pardons, generally." It will be seen, on a careful perusal of this Letter, that, although -much unde sorved obloquy has been thrown upon His Excellency, »Sir William Thomas Denison in Victoria with respect to the mode of granting Conditional Pardons, the Lieutenant-Governor is not to blame.' There can bo no doubt that His Excel- lency would very gladly meet the wishes of the peo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

For Liverpool' \kIE «BEAT BRITAIN s. s. s. ' 3,600 Toas-500 Horse.To wer This noble vessel hav ing performed her last passage home in7ldayBwill bn des- patched for Liverpool (from Melbourne) with her usual punctuality at noon on SAT URDA?, the 20th October, and presents an eligible opportunity for the conveyance of pass engers, Wool and Gold Dust. For terms of freight or passage and blank bills of lading which will be supplied gratii, apply to Bright, Brothers, and Co., Agents, Melbourne, or to the undersigned, William Knight, New Wharf. September 13,1854. ¡Regular Trader-For Melbourne direct. The fine first-class Brigantine REINDEER, It PnyNN, Master is now loadiuir in the Constitution Dockland will meet with immediate dispatch, £. s. d. Cabin pnssBgo . (J 0 0 Steerage ditto . 3 0 0 For freight or passage apply to the Master on "bosrd, or to O. Lotett. Frankling Wharf, 2nd October, 1851. STEAM ! STEAM ! STEAM ! MESSRS. Brown & Thompson, at tlv° lequost of many (ricuda and s...

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THE CAMPBELL TOWN FESTIVAL. "Sure such a day, so reno[?]ned and so victorious; Sure sucha day w[?]s never seen" [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 14 October 1854

THE CAMPBELL TOWN FESTIVAL. "Snraiwha day, so Teño» üed and so victorious; Sure sucha day wes uever seeiil" We opine tl.at'ihe annals of Colonial his- tory furnishes few.'if indeed it floes a soli- tary instance, of such a round of delightful amusement as the-good folks of Camp .bell Town, together 'with their friends and ^visitors, have enjoyed since Monday last. Balls, Routs, dinners, Steeple Chases, "Flat Races," "Ploughing Matches," &c, have put the retiring country 'folks into a state of delirious transport, leading them to suppose thal Halcyon days wercin store for them in all time coming; but, nias, all things however pleasurable must come to'a ter- minaron, so must Balls, Routes, and Races ; and the end of the Festival we are now recording lias only had the effect of creating a new taste, and an overweening anxiety for another celebra- tion ; and the next Ball and Chase is looked forward to as a national good. So early as Monday last the visitors beg- n to flock towa...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

LETTERPRESS piRiiKnrDDaií EXECUTED* ' AT THE MERCURY General Printing Office, Macquarie-st. *=st=rî=is====oe--eseas**--=-e^aa=a-*Sietsss=*=-s=sS Tits Subscription to the liomin* Town Mercury"!! 10a. per quarter, or 40s. per annum, bat If psld in so* vanee, 7s. to. per quarter, or 80s. ptr annum u charged._______ Tim HoUrton Mercury" is published on the mom Inga >f Wednesday and Saturday, an edition ii ano forweMcd by post, on the evontngs of Tuesday ana rrld..f to the'countiy. It Is circulated extensively in tills .ad Hie neighbouring colonies, as well as huffe nnJ i merle». * Tint "HOKAHIOK M KBCimv" office Ini* now roplct» with every description of plain ana ornamental type any description of printing can bo executed on lu« Hhortcst notice and at vcrv ipoderate chames. This panor is filed, and may be seen fr«o of charge J Jloñciaav's ¡W aud Ointment Jintabli$hiHiit, *«i SnanJ,Loiidcti,where advertisements .md siosenp. tiona aro received for this periodical l'rlntod end publishe...

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Misecllanacous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

O (ulijuíi -The Hamburg Ship " Oscar Vida!," and Birtish brig " Empress," vere loading at Manilla for Sydney on the 26ch June.

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Commerrial Intelligence. AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

(tnmmminl anteiligem AGRICULTURAL, Wheat.pcrbuih 0 4 6 to 0 16 0 English Barley. O 11 0 to 0 0 0 Cape ditto .0 » 0 to 0 0 0 Oatt colonial.0 10 0 to 0 11 o Flour per ton.34 0 0 lo 88 0 0 -Hay luose,.14 0 o to 16 0 0' Hay, pressed . 13*0 0t» 17 0,0 Hydraulic ditto ........ 16 0 9 to l8 0 0 Straw. 8 0 Oto 10 0 0 GARDENTRODIJCE Peas, per tiUoliei. 0 20 CtoO 0 0 Beans, uer i>"«r^. .... 1 0 OtoO 0 o Tures . 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 28 0 Oto SOO o Onions per lb .0 1 OtoO 1 o Cabbages, perdozeo... 0 4 OloO' 1 fj Cauliflowers per dosen 0 » OtoO <0 Carrots, per ton. 9 0 0 to 0 0 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 "lol 4 0 DAIRY, PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 2 3to0 3 0 Cheese, per ptmud .O 1 4 to 0 2 0 wTrAÏÂlÎDTRRTfs i* i. d Brandy, Murtell's. 0 H a Do. U. & COB. 0 IS A Kum lOo.p., \Y. J. |. 0 7 0 Kum 30 o.p., ".,. 0 Ü 0 Do. 30o.p., E. J.. 0 £ 3 Ale, BurU>n,Bass'soaice.10 0 0 Do lud au Smith .;. 0 10 6 Do. Other blands. 9 0 0 Taylor'i Stout . 7 10 0 Truman'H do.-xx . ...

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Commerrial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 17 AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

(Camramittl antelligm HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY, OCT. 17 AGRICULTURAL Wheat.per bush 0 14 6 to 0 1(5 0 .English Barley. 0 11 0 to 0 0 0 Cape ditto. 0 9 0 to 0 0 0 Oats colonial. 0 10 Ó to 0 11 o Flourpertoa ...-..34 0 0 to 36 0 0 Hay loose,. U 0 O to 16 0 0 Hay, pressed. 15 0 0 t> 17 0 0 Hydraulio ditt>. 16 0 0 to 18 0 0 Straw. 8 0 Oto 10 0 0 LAU*CCST»N, ,OCT. 14. Grain MaTket.-Business has not improve since our last leport, and quotations remain as before There have not been any transactions of note during the week, -and if anything, prices assume a downward tendency. Flour £29 per ton. Wheat 11 6 per bushel. Oats. 7s, Hay, £10 per ton, Bread, 15d the 4-lb loaf.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

Adam and Eve. LADIES are respectfully informed that tlus Painting will be on view exclusively for them during this week, commencing this day, Monday, the 16th October ; gents not to be ad" mittcd after which it will finally closed at Hood'8 Picture Gallery, open from 1-0 to 4, and 7 to -9 , o'clvck. Admission-One Shilling. , Wanted l A Drayman, accustomed to laudling caBks, must read aud Write a plain bund, v Apply at the M ercury Office, j -~-:-- | THE 1Ï« li UM OV MERCURY. Mil. LACEY JOHN GASKILL is un authorised Agent to receive monia» on Hcoouuc of the " iiobartud 'Mercury" Newupapar'Offioe, and to grant receipts tor the tamo. ..JOHN DAVIES. October 2, 185*. N' CHAIrTJ3NaEÜ! THE HOBUtTON MERCURY, Published at No- 11, Macquarie Street, (opposite Government House,) OW ENJOYS a LARGER CIRCU- LA TIOK than any other Newspaper in this Colony, and consequently becomes the bf>8t medium for Advertisers ; to whom proof, by comparing Subscription Lists with I any other Office, will ba g...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 October 1854

JEWELLERS AND SILYEIt SMITHS, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS. RESPECTFULLY inform their friends that thej have removed to the New Premises in M array-street, two doors from Messrs. Kissock's, where they purpose to constantly have on hand, a choice assortment of H0R0L00ICAL a PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS. F. ABBO PT & SON, encouraged by the liberal patronage they have received, take the present opportunity to invite an inspection of their New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Musical Boxes, Silver and Electro-plated Goods, &c, which contain a great variety of Paterns, and will be constantly replenished from the best Manufactories. RE-BUILT AND OPENED FOR BUSHES», WITH A WELL REPLENISHED STOCK OF EVERY VARIETY MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, Of the Choicest Brands. Unrivalled Havannah and Manila Cigars. PIPES FOR THE MELDON. In packages suitable for the Drawing-room, Counting-house, and general use. Highly recommended lor the Bed-room. --- -*».*.«* Choies Articles for the Table, Toilett...

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