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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

CORDIALS FOR THE MILLION! competition: actually defied. IK E. DAVIS, BIRMINGHAM HOUSE, LIVERPOOL STRET, HAVING enlarged his premises and recently imported from London a patent apparatus, &c, for the manufacture of Cordials, begs to inform his friends, Customers, Publicans, Coffeo-room keepers, and the public generally, that he is now fully prepared to supply the following cordials I at moderate prices j GINGER BEER, GINGERADE, ORANGEADE, LEMON SYRUP, CLOVES, PIPPURMIST, NOTE11I, RITTEBi, These Cordials being prepared from the most improved recipes in London and Paris, are, without any exaggeration, acknowledged by competent judges "to be seperior to any in the colony, and as the Maine Liquor Law is likely to be passed during the next Sitting of the Legislative Council,a rare oppoitunity will thus be afforded to those who intend opening Tem- perance Coffee Rooms, in Hobart Town, and throughout the territory. ADVANCE TASMANIA., 2nd August, 1854«. Water ; Water ; Water : PLUMBE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

¿/atéd #y c&ti&tc tS&uc/tvtt JONDAY, 3Gth OCTOBER. Campbell-street. Stone-built Family Mansion with Extensive Grounds Also Adjoining Allotment. How frequently it happens that family dwelling desirably situated, are deficient of some essen tial accommodation ; otheTs possessing a whole legion of apartments in which an occupant would feel " cabined, cribbed and confined" to a painful degree; but very rarely indeed is a family resi- dence to be found combining all the requirements «fa complete homestead.- And pray what con- stitutes in your mind, Mr Auctioneer, a perfect residence ? To answer a question so pointed would scarcely be expedient, seeing that taste in capricious, and hat it would be highly presumtuous to set up _ny particular standard of excellence to the dis ragement ¡of so many, all having their respective eulogists. MR, WORLEY Will Sell by Public Auction, On the premises in Campbell-street, on MON- DAY, 30th October, at 2 for half-past, In Two Lot...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

xnx\y. TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1854. Message No. SO and its inclosures altered our constitutional prospects, and the views entertained by our legislators ." Message Na Si shows a new light upon Sir W. ¡Denieon's opinions. In -fact, it would appear from these documents that the tendency attributed by our wise- acres to the Lieutenant-Governor's policy as regards the manufacture of constitu- tions, is widely opposite to that by which it was in'reality pervaded. They have accused him of a wish to tyrannise by nominee influence ; he goes as far as '¿themselves in deprecating any such system-they have not scrupled to'¿arl5rm, over and over again, his aris t «i alie and arbitrary principles ; he suggects a mode of election for the upper chamber that may be considered the ne plus-u 'tra of democracy. Bye and bye £in\e may develope other contradictions to the character which certain parties have givetí to the head of the executive tlien we shall perhaps have them ...

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Public Meeting on the New Licensing Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

Public Meeting oa the New Licensing Act* ' In compliance with a respectably Bianed requisition a meeting was held <>n Wednes- day la«r, in tha Ne.w Vaiket Place, Mac .quario-stieer, to consider the piovisions of the new licencing act now betöre lis Le- gislative Council, aud to adopt suoh mea- sures as mii/kt tee ti advisable to protect the interests of the parties concerned, v very numerous attendance took place, comprising not only innkeepers ami spirit du tiers, but a largo number of other citizens who to de great interest in the proceedings. His worship thinlayo' presided and open- ed the business of tho day hy' siatingthnt the concurrid in the step that had been taken. It, appeared to him to be a law if the most mrustroui description now at- tempted to he postad on the public.. It was one that requited a complete modification to do justice to both wholesale and retail deal- ers and to'the public newel. He called | upon the meeting to give a fair and impar- tial he...

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THE ODD FELLOWS. ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE GRAND LODGE AND DINNER TO HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

THIS ODD FELLOWS. ANKUAL FESTIVAL OF THE GUANO LODGE AND DINNER TO III« EXCELLENCY. In our last issue we expressed a belief | that the Grand Lodge Demonstration would lie all that could he wished, and our anticipations were realised. The brethren assembled at the Rock Hotel at R) o'clock, where a procession was formed of the vari ou» lodges inTasmania which preceded by an excellent h.tnd, proceeded through the ^Government House exclosure, bestow ing the ¡honours of the order upon the Patron, Sir William T. Denison; after passing through the priucipul sireets the procession moved on t" Br Fibber's, Sandy Bay, uecompuïried hy avast number of the townspeople and gems of Tasmania Recreations of a varied nature were re- sorted to at Sandy Bay up to 2 o'clock, when the brethren returned in the same order to their several lodge's. We much regret the very unfavourable state of the weather, the violent gusts of wind and dust preventing the possibility oF a display of | the varioiisand magnif...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

EXTEAÛKDINAKY CURE of that direful Disease " CIIRONOMTONTONruLOGiefÀLJ" by di in king Phillips and Beck's Tea. October 2nd, 1854. Gv ENTLEGEN,-I sulk-red for a "consi- derable peiiod with an attack of Chronontoiitontological, and was gi*en up by the medical practitioners, as they con- sidered the case hopeless. 1 «as recom " mended to try your Tea, and in one fort- night 1 was entirely curf'd. ' I am, Gentlemen, Your obedieiit servant, ' ' ' John Crous, Bathurst-st. To Messrs. Phillips and Beck. Sold at the Cosmacnpelian, 600, New Wharf, in chests 'containing* IA lbs , at £5 Ss. ;'half-chests, 40 lbs., -£2 12e. 6d. ; and quarter-chests, IS lb., 20s. N.B.-There is a considérale saving by taking the chest. October 16. i Ou Sale, At the Stores of the undersigned Q LOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION *-* Gentlemen's underclothing White shirts-common and fine Fancy regatta shirts Scotch twill shirts Superfinp woolen anti silk shirts Blankets-English and Dutch Black doeskin and broad cloth, in piec...

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S Y D N E Y. NEWS OF MR[?] BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

S Y D N Ef Y. NEWS OF MR BOYD., In consequence of the publication in this journal of the report made by Captain Truscott, of the Oberon, which arrived Itere on Sunday, as to tho hope that Mr Benjamin B.iyd, supposed to have been murdered in 1851 by the natives of Guadalcanal*, one of the Solomon Group, is still alive, ti number of gen- tlemen met to-day at- the Sydney lix I change Rooms, for the -purpose of [ considering, the best means of ascer- taining the truth or otherwise "of tho report. Captain Towns took the chair, and read the following extract from our shipping report ol' to-day - The Oberon which arrived from the South Sea Islands yesterday, reports having spoken the barque Woodlark, Captain Blaxland, on the 10th August, seventeen months out, with 60 barrels sperm oil on board. Captain Blaxland, of the   Woodlark, reported having spoken the Belle, barque, the captain of which informed him that he had spoken an American whaler lying off Guadalcanal Island, beca...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

Kangaroo Point Regatta rp HE day ol holding tho ihird annual Re 1 g-itta at Kanguroo Point, has been change.1 from Fr'dav the 1st day of December, to Wed- nesday the IStli day of Dccuniber next. By order of the Committee, JAS. \V\I. DTJNBVR, «on. See Tho Denison Testimonial. A DDlTloy.Wj SUBSf'TUPI'TONS ,'\ Illît tiiVED AT HOBART TOWN to this dat > . £ s d... A F Kemp . 10 0 0 Joshua Ferguson . 3 3 0 S T llaidinge. 5 ft 0 W Lovett. 1 I 0 Robert Newman . 1 1 0 G W Magrath. 110 AC» .uglas . 1 1 0 T II Mawith. 1 I « Jushua W Fletcher ..... 1 1 0 G Buns er «.i. 1 I 0 Gpoiffo Clomeiits. 1 0 0 William Rumney, sen... 5 0 0 W'lliam Rumney, jan..» 6 0 0 T L Rumney . 5 0 0 A Rumney .... 5 0 0 Walter Davidson. 20 0 0 AVil iam Dawson. 1 10 0 James White . 0 10 0 William Pittley. 0 10 0 Eugene Hobbins. 0 IO 0 P II «iU . 10 10 0 John Beamont. 5 0 0 C AÏ ÏMihlin. 10 0 0 John Connell. 10 0 J C Futh, sen. 2 0 0 J C Futh, jun. 1 o 0 Molesworth Jeffeiy.. 2 0 0 W Ford. 1 10 0 W Vince . 1 6 0 T Willa...

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THE HUON PIRACY. (From our Huon Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 28 October 1854

THE HUON PIRACY. (From our Huon 'Correspondent.) Our Huon correspondent being absent ?from Home ive were not able to furnish our Benders with the particulars of this robbery Tit the time of its occurrence. On Tuesday morning, the 17th instant, the schooner Spy, Richard Bowman master, lying in Surges' Bay, was boarded between two and   three o'clock a.m. by five men, well armed and disüuised with black masks ; they en- quired for the luggage of a passenger, and, at the same time, pinioned the master and crew. They then took the whale boat be- longing to the vessel, loaded it with all the   provisions they could find, and took also two watches, 130 in cash, thirty or forty   pairs of Boots, and a quantity of clothing. On the arrival of the Culloden steamer at the Shipwright's, the muster of the Spy gave the information to Mr. Chapman, the chief officer ; and also to Mr. House, the   Police Clerk of Franklin, who happened 'to be on bo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

PROSPECTUS ' or A . Circulating Musical Library] TO BE ESTABLISHED ' AT LAUNCESttoll BY MR. J. IM BERG. MR. IM DE S G, Professor of Musi J returning thanks tor the kind suppf he has received during his residence l Launceston. begs to acq n ai it the gontrj .md the public at large, that he püritoT opening* a CIRCULATING MUSICAL LIBRA?!. on the first day of January, 1855, if a «Í cient number of yearly subscribers, at It«! ftity, have been toured to Mr. Imbi»I attaching their name to this circular, M leturning it by post on or. be fore the S day of December, 1854. The subscript will b8- ^T Fortvm .. .. £8 8s. per year, For the country.. £10 10s. per ye«, to be paid quarterly in advanca, on the day of opening. 1. Every yearly subscriber will be enlim o t ke the half of his subscription out! music 2. Half-yearly subscribers ohly *ÜU entitled to a fourth of their subscription,« quarterly subscribers will lose such beni altogether. 3. Ia town the music can ><f chin three tim...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

For Sale, AT LlVERPOOLSTREE T A. Large Assortment of Very SUPERIOR ENGRAVINGS, At Prices hitherto unknown in the Colonies. Brighton Races THR undersigned will run their Coach on THURSDAY next to BRIGHTON, leaving Town at half-past 8 o'clock a.m. N. 6tS. LUCAS. Brunswick Wine Vaults, Liverpool-street. Plain Needlework. A PERRON accustomed to Plaid Nee- dlework wishes for employment Apply, for address, A. B., at the office£of this paper. Kangaroo Point Regatta THE day of holding the third annual Re- gatta at Kangaroo Point, has been changed from Friday the 1st day of December, to Wed- nesday the 13th day of Decamber next. By order of the Committee, JAS. WM. DUNBAR, Hon. lee

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

CORDIALS FOR THE MILLION ! COMPETITION ACTUALLY DEFIED. D. E. DAVIS, BIRMINGHAM HOUSE, LIVERPOOL STRET, HAVING enlarged his premises and recently imported from London a patent apparatus, &c, for the manufacture of Cordials, begs to inform his friends, Customers, Publicans, 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 SIRUP, CLOVES, PEPPEllMIXT, SOllitir, BITTEBI, These Cordials being prepared from the most improved recipes in London and Paris, are, without any exaggeration, acknowledged^ by competent judges to be seperior to any in the colony, and us the Maine Liquor Law is likely to be passed during the next Sitting of the Legislative Council.a rare opportunity will thus be afforded to those who intend opening Tem- perance Coffee H ooms, in Hobart Town, and throughout the territory. 2nd August, 1854. ADVANCE TASMANIA. FBOM ELDRIDGE & Co. LON...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

pipping îUpnrt ARRIVALS. T)ct 29-Parque Isabella, 195 tons, C Moore, from Port Albert 5th initant, with 65 cattle 240 Veep. 5 adults and 2 children cabin passen gers, Auen«, Foster. -29-Barque Pet, 2S0 tons, II Copping, fruin Manilla, 20th August, with rugar, coffee and r«pe. Mail I bag. Agent«, Brown and Co. -r30 - Ship Moogan, Rodger, fiom Southampton, 21s- July, with *a general caM.e 267 emigrants, "Pasten eers, cabin, AV. L. De*nii-<,n, EFq , SuigeonSuperinrend ent. One death and two births occurred during the v<ya»e. Mail. 95 letters and 12 newspaper?. Agent, the master. --31-Scho«rnr Ans, Thompson, from outh Amerita, cargo flour. DI PARTURES. Oct 28-Schooner Helen, 150 tons King, for fytlnev, with timbe : pusscnges-O II Gilles, L'sq; .Mrs Gilles, child and servant, and 1 (.tee "rage. -:$-Schemer Scotia; .112 tons, J. Gall «ghan, for Adelaide; passengers-Mrs Gullaghan. -30-Schooner Alice, K8 tons, drem, for Warnambool, with sundi ks. -31-Schooner Creole, A...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 1st Nov[?], 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, Ut Nor,, 1854. Ships m »iii will be c'osed at this Office a under : - For London Tia Melbourne per Ca'cutta this day, 6 p.m. For Melbourne via L mncos'.on, per Black .8 wau, this day, at lialf-past 6 p.'ii. F. ü. Billin, Poktn.oster-Gi ñera).

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FRANCE. "Marseilles, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

FRANCE. 'Marseilles, August 7 ''The Nile ste.imparket has arrived'trom Con- stantinople with dates to the 30 th ult Admiral Hamelin, who was off Varna with twelve sail of the line, bad recalled from Constantinople all the transports, as well as the Turkish fleet (¡enernls ("'anroberc and Urown returned to Varna on the 27th, Irom their rccoiinoissunco of the coasts of the Crimea The Fury, which,had advanced as far as the entrance of the port of Sebastopol, saw the It ussian fleet quietly at anchor in the port Sevei al allied divisions are in march on Kus tendje. An English frigate, after an engagement with some pirates at Simms, hanged two of them to the yard-arms of. their pwn" vessels" Pails, August Oth The telegraphic new« given above, which it will be seen'confirms the news of the despatch of a great military and naval expedition from Varna, shews that it w;is still tlnubt.'d at Constan tinople, whether that expedition was directed against Sebastopol and the Cri nea, or against t...

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GALLANT CAPTURE OF A RUS SIAN FRIGA [?] E IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

GALLANT CAPTURE OF A RUS SIAN FRIGA ' E IN THE PACIFIC. THE ACÎS, from South America yester- day; brings news of the capture ,of the Ruisian frigate Dwina, 38 guns, by Her Majesty's steam sloop Virago, 6 guns. Captain Prévost. Whe i first sighted oy the English steamer, the frigate's boats were returning to her. The Virago treated them to a few rounds of cannister, which did not a little execution. As she came up, she. opened her broadside upon the frigate, sending her topmast flying, and knocking off her rudder. The second round did still more execution, and the Dwina soon became unmanage- able ; and, after a short action, struck to her antagonist. The Acis saw the gallant little steamer towing her prize into San Francisco. So long as this sort of result attends such meetings, our batteries will have an idle time of it.

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AUSTRIA. Vienna, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

AUSTRIA. Vienna, August 5. According to infoima'ion.from an exceedingly reliable quarter I learn that the ultimatum, which is to be sent off to St. Petersburg with as little deity as possible, ha0 not yet left this capital,; there can be no doubt, however, that it will be despatched bene» in a day or two From all I can ¡.'lean, it appears that Prussia now wants fosubmit every further step en avant to the Ulct at Frank, fort. This move is the more seen thiough there because it was antic pated. But Austria re- quires not the approbation o' the Diet for its in- dependent acts as a great Kuropcan Powd, nor* will the Austrian t 'abinet brook any such con- trol, albeit.the Germanie federal States have, by i heir recent ad1 esion to the treaty of the 20th April, collectively become parties toit. We must yet wait a day or two before pacing judgment on this last l'rassian manoeuvre ; meanwhile, however, it is already clear that Prussia is not to be relied upon in spite of the said treaty, an...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

HUON REGATTA. A' Ta MEETING held at the Frank- lin Hotel, Franklin Se ttemet Huon, on Tuesday, 17th October, G. A. WALPOLE, Esq , A.P.M., in the Chair, it was íesolved unanimously 1st. That a Regatta, open to all, be held off the Shipwright's Point, Huon River, on the 1st day of January next. 2nd. That the following gentlemen be requested to act as a Committee for carrying out the necesary nriance 1 ments, and that five of the number do form a quorum : R. Cleburne, Esq, M.L.C. G. A. Walpole, Esq., A.P.M. R. W. Fenwick, Esq., J.P. W. E. Nairne, Esq. -Fraser, Esq., J.P. J. D. «Balfe, Esq., J.P. J. W. Kirwan,Esq., A.P.M. Alexander M «Naughton, Esq. Rev. R. Crooke Rev. J. Andrewartha Dr. Crooke Dr. Crowther Mr. F ichid Captain Gourlay John Kellaway, Esq.. J.P. Messrs. George Kallaway Thomas Kellaway Thomas Walton William Thorpe George Watson Fisher, Brown's River II Mooney E. Hedditch Henry Walters Austin Geres Winter, Garden Island Rivulet D. Murphy, Lymington M'Cracken H M. Taylor, Bi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

(A ?AHD.) BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, ELIZABETH STIIEET. N.B.-Sb. pping fupplied on the shortest 1 Ot'lCP. PLEASURE TRIP. i " MonarcV Steamer. THE MONARCH »ill leave Hie Old Wharf for Biidifewator on Saturday, 4th November, at tw elve o'clock. Pnsson gera wilt have the oppmtunity ot landing tor about an hour and the vessel wt!l start ajaiu for Town at half-pa it f wo. Fares-Four Shillings, Children half price. Tickets to be obtained at Brown and Thomp -ona. Old Wharf. MONARCH STEAMER. »HUEabove favorite vessel will leavpNew L Norfolk at half-past seven a m. reaeh Bridgewater at hal f-p ist e aj'u, Resido *n quarter p st t.iiw, airive in 1'own about tcu ?o'clock, and return to New Norfolk daily at three p.m- from town. N.B.-The Pleasure Trip* of the above vessel will in no way interfere with her daily business trips. The above arrangement to take effect on Monday, SOih October. BIÂCK BALL LIU'IS AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Passagre arrang-emeiits'from Kng-lau«! to Van Diemen'« Lund. THE celebra...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY OCT. 31 AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 1 November 1854

vfnramminl Snfólligrait. ÍIOBA.RT TOWN, TUESDAY OCT. SI AGRICULTURAL. "Wheat.per bush 0 14 6 to 0 16 0 Kngliah Barley. O li 0 to 0 00 C.ipe ditto.;. 0 9 0 to 0 0 0 Oats colonial. 0 IO 0 to 0 11 0 Flour per ton.36 0 0 to 38 0 0 Muy los?,.14 0 o to 15 0 0 (lav, nresscd. 14 0 0 ti 16 0 0 Hvdraulio di.to. 15 Ö «to 17 0 0 -,tra<v. 8 « 0 to 8 0 0 TT IWf. prime, per lb.9d. to 0 0 10 Mutton..-. 71.toO 09 Veal, . « 1 « Pork. 0> 12 Lan-bperqr . 0 6 0 Priep of bread, fld/rer 2 lbs. loaf.

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