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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

White Shirt-, Grey rsTHonc, Grass ÜSöiH Coat«, Shoohn-' Coats, Hats I*« "? MT^SHS BURN X CO WflUeJt bv YuitiSn r t their Malt, Ï li/obclh Strret, on HjP-»D\Y' «txt, thfr 23rd instant, at 11 t, dec!, riEVrS tWIHF SHIRTS, j Regatta \j Shut« Giej Collón Half Ho«?, Outtôn' llrxces Indian Gras» Koah Cons Grey 1 weed Plflid SI ootme Coats Drnb Merino Hat«, Y iWh'i Black Hat«, Miied and Tancj Docs, S.c S.C , lerrra at bale at ' 7 SG9 4 ' DAY OF S »LE, THURSDAY, tifrj'iGt1'! TEBRU VRY ABSOLUTE AND UNRESERVED SALE OF TUT 'STEAMER "VENUS," Ker Bóltrs' and Machinen, flirr-c Y'cstH *iie"d as* Ltttmihr», Mc v cable Office«, &c , *fc, foTitiittg the entire Stock of the Ho()tU~1 6w"n -an 1 Kangaroo Point bfeam NavigMibh Cdnip~uj rc/s W A GUESDON &. CO Ars fwöilrfcl w thTïTtrûcf'cns from "the Directors' tu sell by Public Auction, (in consequence of the dissolution bt the Coin , l'a»>«), , WITHOUT ANY RESERVE, A rthfeiYY'-barf formerai used"!), the Steamer on.UlUltbDAY, the 2dth l...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET'-'V Granel Mutch will bo played this tiny, in tlio Domain. Hobartoniaqs versus Richmond mid Sorell Clubs, wicket* to bo pitched at half-past nino o'clock. .Should the iliy prove tine, a trent will thus bo given to tho lovers of this noble game. As wo believe they are picked mon on both sides, some good play is anticipated. itowinny AT tux !UrioF,p Rçnooj,.-Early on Wednesday morning soiim'thieves hroltu into tim Ragged School, lower Collins-Stfoafc, mid stolo a box of clothing, a " Missionary Uox" containing a small sun) hi coppera, anil n cluck. Had the depredators visited the School only a few days earlior, they would have secured n far inorp valuable booty, as tlio Missionary llox then' CQi)ti(h|od ti good round sum. UmilBL UNroN,-^It Iq exppptpil that the Rev. 0. Clark will oombiet tho servions at the Iiethel Chapel, Kew Wharf, to-morrow. P.Mii.r.istEXTAiiY Committee. - A Joint Committee, appointed by both Homes of Hie legislature, sat on 1 liursthy...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tho City of Hobart report» that a French ship of -I )0 tons, the HU Lnfond, from Canton, Inden wit li I ,000 chests of tea, went on shore on Sunday at 2 nan. at Black Head, about 21 miles from Port Phillip Heads mid. five miles from Capo Schank. '1'hP White Swan steamer Wont down to tho wreak on Tuesdiy und re- turned on Wednesday to Milboiimo with 31)01) paekiigos of ten. The Samson steamer also went down «ii Tuesday, mid the City of lloliui-t met tho Samson about 5 miles from the Heads, having lier decks covered with chests of ten, piled up to n considerable height. Tbo White Swim reported, tlmt tho ship had IO foot of water in lier huid. She was said to bo consigned to Hie Messrs Henty, and to lie ¡lisura) vyith her cargo, for upward« qf jÇ33,000. Tho ' Black avynn Htaimcr. wies chartered, to go down to the ivrqck qn Wednesday and to remain, there. qnti) (¡' o'clock on tlio following day, Tho City of Hobart loft Williamstown at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday, and...

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PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

PARLIAMENTARY VACANCIES. We perceive that Mr. P. T. Smith has resigned his seat as Member for South East in the Legislative Council, prior to his departure for Europe. Mr. Kermode, about to leave the colony for a period of twelve months, has notified to his constituents at Ringwood that he has left his resignation in the hands of Mr. Weston, to be forwarded to the Government, should the electors desire it. Captain Langdon, we have been ¡nformed, was particularly requested by the constituency of Cumbeiland to retain his seat in the Legislative Council, though intending to be absent for two years. We are free to confess that we do not approve of this absenteeism system of representation ; and should not Captain Langdon and Mr. Kermode be called upon to resign, the constituen cies of Ringwood and Cumberland will be unrepresented in the next Session of Parliament.

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POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, Thomas Giblin, Esq., and Alderman Rheuben. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-WEDNESDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, Thomas Giblin, Esq., and Alderman Rheuben, j Night Charges.-Two drunkards were each fined f1, and four females each 5-., for disturbing the peace. A female passholdcr was sentenced to 14   days imprisonment for the same offence.   Absconding.--Mary Rowe, p.h., was   charged with absconding from the ser- vice of Mr. A'Herne, Harrington-street, on the 25th of January, and remaining at large until the 18th instant. She was sentenced to 12 months imprison- ment with hard labor. Neglect of -Diify.TrCpnstablo D.ano was charged by Mr. Superintendent Hamilton with neglect of duty in not attending at fclie Conch-onice to escort some prisoners to t))0 Barracks. Mr. Hamilton gavo the accused an excellent character, and, ¡is itjappeared that tho neglect arose through overaight, ¿lie Benph Jismisbcii the case.

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Parliament of Tasmania. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

tfarlinUICllt Of. '<ÍMi5i!l!lttÍlT. 'LEGISLATIVE" COUNCIL." .T H UK S DA. Y. Tua PRESIDENT took minute» n«t .! o'clock. PETITION. Mr WHYTE presented* a petition from Mr I E Abbott, praying to bo heard at the bar of the House, either by hinnelf or his counsel, against I the pissing of the Appropriation 1111 now before I the Council. The petition was received and reid, mid, after some discussion, it motion Mut Mr Abbott bo heard at the bar wai negatived. VB1U6K KOJt TUB ASSEJIBLT.-TOE COXFEfl. P.JÍCE. The Usher of the Black Hod announced that I the Managers of tho Proa Conference wore awaiting the attendance of the Managers from the Council, and Hie Clerk having called over | the names, the lion, members lett the Chamber. After an ab3sneo of 35 minute-:, the .Managers returned, when TUs COLONIAL SECRETARY reported ' that tho Managers had'discussed the subject of j the conference, an 1 tit it the result would be made known when the Message from tho Homo | «f Assembly was und...

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GENERAL HAVELOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

GENERAL HAVELOCK. In a General Order, dated Cawnporo tjio 17th D. comber, Sir Colin Campbell published to the Army, the lollowing glowing tribute to the memory of Sir Henry Havelock : - "The Governor-General in Council has expressed his deep feeling of grief at the demise of the late lamented Major Guncrnl Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B, who died a martyr to duty, two days after he had lol': the Residency of Luck- now. The Commander-in-Chicf would fain join jn that expression ol' heartfelt sor- row. During a Jong Judian career, the late Major General was ever distin- guished. The campaigns of Burinai), of Allghnnstnn, of Gvvalior, ol'the Sutledge, and, lastly, of this eventful year, testify to his constant presence wherever hard service was to be done, and honor was i to bo gained. I But his march of this year from Alla- habad lo C.iwnpurc, his frequent vic t 'I'ios gained over immensely superior , numbers when ho was nearly without Artillery and Cavalry, and almost des» titule of the mo...

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EIGHTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND AND FORTY DAYS LATER FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

EIGHTEEN DAYS LATER NE W3 FROM ENOLYND AND FORTY DAYS .LATER FRO ¿I INDIA. In anticipation of the nuil steamship Victoria, the City of Sydney arrived in llobsou's 13 ly on Situr.lay, tho 13bh, bringing us intelligence from Lundja to the lGth December. Thus hy a m tehiiiery e itlrely inde- pendent of the postal arrangements ol tlie Hoy al Mail Company for the con- veyance of the December mails from England, au 1 th > January mails from India, wo are placed in possession ol papers from both places to the late t dites. Ttiese are,-Condon, Des. IG. The Q icen op ned Pirüamcnt in person on Tiles-lay, the 3rd Dee., and the event excited an unusual interest, The Address in answer to the sp -ecli was agreed to in hofch Houses without division, and with very little debate. SUMUA-Hr OF INTELLIGENCE (From clio Homo News.) Tiie convocation of Parham mt has ipldom been attended by so many stri- ding cireu,n3tanee3 as those wkie i marked the opening of the present «es sion, on the 3rd of D »co...

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CHINA, BOMBARDMENT AND CAPTURE OF CANTON. From the Columbo Observer Extraordinary, January, 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

CHINA, BDMB.ittDUlîNT AND O VPHIRE . ' op Cantón. iProm the Odamla Observe," Extra oriliiiapi/j January, lfltlj. Fi o ti the Ohint Mail of the 30th Docombor, which reached us a little af- ter li this morning we take tho follow- ing intelligence : - NEYVS-LOIUL AND GENE ÎAL. YVe have bean looking in sr an Jiu - ly for nows from Canton, and by the Opossum learn eiiicfly that on the 23th, at 6 a.ni, the bombardment commenced ; ai)<4a( ii43:if hen (lie guf'joaf leftf the Tung Praut'oi, or Eastern Fort, wa3 being assaulted hy the allied forces. Between the French ami Djtch holly Flirts, wore anchored 25 gunboats be- sides ships' boats, nnd Dutch Folly,- ns. stated elsewhere, hid been turned into a" 'mortar battery. French Folly was in; tended for a similar purpose, but the project was abandoned. Very shortly, after'thc firing co.nnicnced, the whole of the suburbs from French Folly upwards were in flames, and fires were bursting out in nil directions within tho_ city itself. It...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

For Jacob's Kivfr, Bluff Harbour, add other Port of Ports in New Zealand, should suf fjcibnf inducement offer, to sail on 1 liurs diy, the 2Jth February. THE biihjio FREE TRADER, . 300 toi« harthill; __ Jasies Thom, ConunJiiiler, For freight, cither of stuck Or ii.ercb.an* d.'zc, dabin and steerage passages, apply io _ W. A. Gursoov & Co., Auctioneers. Collins street, Feb. 15, 1S58. This vcsSd is engaged to carry n quantity of sheep and stock, hut lias room, fittings, with perfect ventilation for 1000 to ] SOO more sheep ; she offers avery favourable op- portunity io shipper«, as plie is well huonn ni n first cliss «tuck "fc-íél, having been built expressly for that trade-her enfile loss of s'ock in her last caigo to New Zealand was 10 sheep. STEAM" ÍO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.'s Steam Shin "CITY OF HOBAllT" ._ will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 04th Fcttruary 1858, at 3 o'clock. CiiA.ni.E8 Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, Feb. 15. 1858., 82S STEAM TO, S...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Feb. 10-City of Hoba.'t (s,) 33fi tons, Bentley, from Molbouruo, 17th hist., with cargo. Passengers-Mr. mid M«i. LaiigwU!, three children und sei vant, Mrs Tovviising, Itov. Iii Tiiuktield, Mr mid ifrs Pascoe and child, Mi- nmi Alys P Turnbull and servant, Mr J Buller. Mrs Kearney and throo children, Mr YV J" T Clarke, Mr Glen, Mr Jlu 1er, Mrs Johnson, Miss Johnson, Misses James (S) Mr J Turnbull, Mr Solomon, Cnptnai Cres >y, Miss Crosby, Mr V Leigh, and 21 in the stooiage-Agont 0 Toby. Feb. IS-Freak, sch»mer, 91 tons, Bowden, from Melbourne, llt'i instant, with cnr,jo. «gent*, M-uiimr I'ros, Pub. 19-Unrgiavm,sehno!iot>, 170 tons, ifoiii dorsQii, from Newcastle, N.SAV., lüth instant, with 200 tons coal, and lOcivti tallow. Agent, Armstrong. CTjiAnrsD our. , Feb. 19-Snpphhv, barque, 251 toas, Saun der8on, on a vvbnliiig vnyiig.-. jot bred our. Feb. 19-Araasls, brig, 210 tons, Kruger, for Sylmy. sahed. Feb. l8-Columbus, barque, for South Seas, whaling. . F...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

Ranted, áDAKEH-one who understands making Small Goods, Apply to Mr, Bailey, nheisrr, liyerpoolilwet, Mfi f Ú To Builders and Contractors. THF. Board of Education invite Spnl"d TEN I JEMS fur ceitain repairs and ntl» ditions to St. David's School, Harrington street. Plans, &c, at the office of " Davidson & Stono, 90S f 22 ' Architects. Situation Wanted. BY a middle ngctl married man, without encumbrance, as Overseer, Plough» niau, Seedsman, Milkman, Gardener, &c. fire,; has a thorough knowledge of sheep and agriculture in all its branches. '1 he wife as Cook, Housemaid, Laundress, or Nurse. Will produce the most unexceptionable references for qualifications, honesty sobriety, olid industry ; having lived in some of the largest cst.iblishninits in the Island for a number of year«. Apply 11, Arthur Circus, Bittcry Point. 897 t c. Wanted. A GIRL that can make herself generally f\_ useful. Apply to Mrs. Blackman, No 3, Hope stre» t, Forest Itontl, or nt Mrs. Hamil...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 February 1858

INDIA. Oar'dates are Bombiy the Gbh, Cal- cutta the 9th, anl Madras, the lGfch of January. Lucknow was relieved, and on the 22.nl November the garrison evacuited it | Tue report of the death ot General Havelock is confirmed, but it appear- he died from exhaustion, on the 23th No ve nber, an 1 not, ¡is reporte I, fro n t io effects of poison. He wis preserved lone; enough to know that Lucknow un- saved. The Bombay Tolejraih and Co irier of the 18th Dece nber contains the fol- lowing summary of events up to that date : While Eiglaalis rejoicing over the splendid triumphs of Go ier.il Wilson at Delhi and Sir llonry Ha -cloek tit L iek¿ now, it is our painful duty to announce to the nation that the latter h to 'a died in the very hour of victory. Wearied and worn out with the fatigaes and ex- citement of the la>t four months, hi* frame was no longer able to support his galh it -pint, and he breathed his las nu the 25th ultimo, with the shouts o' victory ringi ig in his ears. He could...

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL Parces. *. d. ». Apples, per peck,. 1 6 ... 2 Apricots, per dozen, . G 0... 1 Beans, French, per quart. 0 0... 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. 2 3 ... 2 Butter, potted, por lb. 1 6 ... 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0... 1 Bacon, creen, ditto. 0 0... 1 Cabb.tges,per dozen . 5 0 ... 6 Cn rots, per dozen bunches... 1 6 ... 2 'elory, pet stick.,. 0 6... 0 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. I 6 ... I Cheese, English, (best) ditto. 1 6 ... 1 Cucumbers, each. 0 6 ... 2 Dutks, couple . 6, 0 ... 7 Hags, per dozen . 1 9 ... 2 Fowls, per couple. 6 0 ... 6 liccse, each. 7 C ..." 8 Jrapes, per lb.'.... I 0... 1 Greengages, per quart . 0 4 ... 0 lam, per lb.,. 0 10... 1 Lard, common, per lb. 0 6 ... O'. Uni, hogs', ditto.:. 0 0... 1 Lemons, per dozen (none). 0 0... 0 »lulbori ¡es, per quurfc. 0 6 ... 0 )ranges, per dozen (none) ... 0 0 ... 0 unions, per bunch .: 0 li... 0 Potatoes, per lb. 0 lj... 0 Parsley, per bunch . 0 0... 0 Peaches.'ptrdoz-u... 1 6... 2 Peas, per peck. 1 6 ... 0...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND PONTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND r-OUTEB. Ale Oast's, per Mid ... 8 IO o to 8 15 Allsopp'«, do.8 Io O to H 13 Other Burton do .... 7 o O lo O O Byass-» per dozen. 0 10 G to o II ; Allsopp'« do. 0 1* 6 lo O II 1 SeconJ-U.iss brai.d«, do 0 8 0 to O lo Porter, Taylor's pei hhd 6 6 0 to 0 IO Trun an'» do. 5 0 0 to 5 lo I Barclay's do unsalable i 10 0 to o o Byass's qts per do. 0 10 G to o II Stcond-clas» brands, do 0 G 0 to o lo I 1USCUIT Colonial cabin, per cwi..l G o to 1 Io iNniy do,.-. 1 3 0 to 1 ti lKn.jlish!anc),antd p lb... 0 1 0 to o I HOOTS AND SHOE« Well assorted seasonable in» oices,20 to 25 p.c. ndv. o o o to O O l Do elastic sides.do. O o o to O o < LadhVboot» do,do.O O 0 to o O < Girls'and Children's,ilo... o o o to o o < .Men's »-Mcnights unsable o o o to o o c Do. lace-ups und blucher» (unsaleable). O 'O O to o O t BUI1D1NO MATERIALS Bricks colonia), per m 1 lo o to 1 15 c l'Ve. 5 o o'to o o o Slates, I luchéis' per tn ...16 o o to o o ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW ON SALE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES, AT MODERATE PRICES, NAMELT FORTY TONS EUROPEAN ROPE, all siaes Five Tons 6, 9,12, and 15 Thread Ratline Ten Tons Manila Ropo, from 4-£ to an i inch Tweuty Tons Coir Ropo, assorted Four Tons Spunyam, 2, 3, and 4 Thread Marline, Houseline, and Harabro lino Europe and Manila Whalelinea Harpoons, Lances, and Spades Blubber Hooks and Forks Blocks of all sorts and sizes Oakum, Real Stockholm Fitch and Tar Rosin, Coal Tar, and Bright Var. nibil Anchors and Chain Cibles Ash Oars Canvas and Bunting Tarpaulins and Shearing Cloths Sets of Marryat'a Code and Books Ensigns, Union Jacks, and every other description of Flaçs Squire's Seaming aud Roping Needles Sail Twine and Sail Maker's Palms Iron and Brass Thimbles from 1 to 0 inches Nails of all kinds Muskets and Bayonets Knives and Forks and Spoons Saucepans anil Kettles Raw and Bailed Oil and Turpentine 'White Lead, and Paints of all Colors Sperm and Black Oil Charts of Tasmania, Bass's...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

C It 1 a K li T. TUE return m itch between tho Richmond and Derwent Cricket Clnhs took plací, on Saturday last, but in consequence of the. weather being unfavourable, tho wickets were not pitched un- til 1 o'clock. Tho following is the score : BieniiesD ciaru- ÏIBST INNIKCS, Marshall, T.. 13, cght by Westbrook, hld by Brown." . 4 Patterson. T., 2U2I, bid by Orford ,.. . . 7 Patterson, J, bid by Drown . Kasvin,-, 1111121, hld by Brown . Ayton, \V., bid by Brown . 0 Guv, A., lilli, runout . G Horsecroft, -, I, bid by Orford. 1 Wilkins, -, 11121, bid by Orford ... ... « Mccullagh, T., Ill, bid by Brown . 3 Yule, -, 1111111221, cght by Wcstnroo k, bid by Orford .12 Gregson, A., not out .,, ... ,. O Bye?, 1. 1 Total ". ... 47 »raiwiarr cram. Jnmieson, W., bid by J. Patterson . o' Tunart, J. h. B., 3UU2I21211, bid by T. Pat terson, cght by Kecvis .20 Orford, -, bid by T, J'attcrson. 0 Bryant, ft, 2, run out... .,. Dixon, J. JB., il231221U21131liUBlllll I 1132II2322123-13, bid by Mar.-lmll...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office. 22nd February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

QENEttALPÔsT OFFICE. 'General Post Office. 22nd Vebnury, 1858. np MAUS will be closed at Hobart Town as tier : l'or Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, it vet>el, Wednesday nest, at 1 p. in. For Melbourne, pir City of Hobart, do., at 2 ,S. T. HinDiiroB, | Postmaster, j Ma'h for Sydney and Adelaide . are made at this o'licc, and forwarded via Mel ;rne, by - every steam vessel departing from iburt Town or Launceston.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

To oav Conakry Subssribsrs. ¡TX. JOHN C. MACMICHAEL having '1- started on his country tour, our i intry Subscribers and Advertising friends ijf oblige by honJing bim the amount of iii ,r respective accounts on applicntion. JOHN DAVIES. I "h Feb., 1838 WOTZOR THE MERCURY PUBLISHING OFFICE. The Public are informed that the 'UilLISHIXG OFFICE OF THIS JOURNAL .ÎT. been REMOVED to the Premises n Collins-street, recently kno'vn as the COLONIAL TIMES OFFICE, Where all communications are requested _ , ¡to be sent. r _ | -o_ THE MERCURY JOB PRINTING ^ESTABLISHMENT "Will remain as heretofore iu Macquarie strect, where advertisencnts will be BEOE1TED AS TJSÜAI,, j And business tran«ast-'d for the BAILY MEEOWHT, From 0 a.m to G p.m. ,rhe Publishing OihVc m Collins-street will be ppen Diily fiom 9 am. to 10 p.m., up to wluo'i tima'Alverfcisement'i ¡mi communications will be received.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 February 1858

» ,m» s . »i . '. EI TUESDAY, 25D HAUCH. Extemjf e Sale of Stock at Auroj d. MB. G. A. KEMP Has Veen faionred with instructions from John Lord, Esq . to d'ipose of by public auction, nt Al>r<xd. «even miles from Oat. lands, oo TUESDAY, the 2nd March, »t 12 o'clock, ABOUT SIX THOUSAND SHEEP, »i«., Three thousand superior ewes and land s One tboti»pnd 2 and 4 tooth wethers Two thousand young ewes and wethers. Fifty head Dev'on cattle Twcnlj well-bred hnr«es Two pain «otking bullocks Twenty fir«t rate pig«. The auctioneer bens to cull the attention of rheep breeders to this sale,ns from the close attention that has been paid for years to the breeding of thoio sheep, they ara all very mperior. Terms as usual. S2-1 , DAY OF SALE, THURSDAY, the 25th FEBRUARY. ABSOLUTE [AND UNRESERVED >? SALE OF THE STEAMER "VENUS," New BotUr- and Machinery, three Vessels used asrLiiuncliisf Moveable Office«, frei, &c, forming iii» entire Stock of the Hobart.Town and Kangaroo Point...

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