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POLICE REPORT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND, 1854. (Before A. B. Jones Esq) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

POLICE REPORT. Tueday, November 2nd, 1854. (Before A. B. Jones Esq ) Drunkenness, &c. -Robert Bates, John     Clark, John Johnson, John Hughes and John Williams were charged with and fined   for this offence in the u mu su,us. A prisoner named Shuttleworth had a fur       ther charge of having committed an offence   of indecency proved against him and was fined £3 or in default was sentenced to two months imprisonment.     John Sui serving in addition to drunkenness was found guilty of resisting police consta- ble James and tearing his dress, breaking     the. officers watch guard, &c, and was fined     beyond the sum of 5s, in the sum of £1.11-,   which was ordered to be deducted from money found in his possession. John Macintosh, for disturbing the peace   and resisting the...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

I wal âutelligtiite His Excelxency's Departure'. We are eni'b'ed to 6tat« that Sir William Denison will not «eave here for the sent of hi* new government until about the nvddlo ,of January next. This delay arit-e-» from the circumstances ot Sir Charles Fitzroy having expressed a desire in a lourr to His Excellency to te'ain <*ffice until tha above period, Sir Willam iu accedin«/ to this p o po-dunn has fi-It if imperatively neces-arv to communioate with Sir Henry Young ap pii«iug h in <rf 'he arrangement, so ih tour dow governor need not be incouvenieiic d by unneceiB iry bu^tb« The overland mail expected abnur the 10th instant, will bring the new commissions.   Accident in the Harbour. - Yes- terday evening one of tho n-amen of tho Colombo 'eil from the f >re-t<>p upon dick, and was severelv contused and shaken. As no limbs were fractured, we are giad to hear from enquiry at St. Mary's Hospital that no Berious tears are apprehende...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Novembeb: 1, 1854. The Council mil at h-vlf-past two o'c'oek The SPE \KER announced that the Royal As-eut had bien given t > the follow- ing Bills, (viz.) trie Council Ext nsion Ac , Hobart Town Rivulet Act, Hobart Toan Gas Company Act, and Eastern Steam Navigation Ac«. His Excellency resorvin^ the Constitution Bill (or the pleasure of the Qu*>en. TheSPEAKE't also reid replies to the several Addresses as to a Giant, to Swati6>«a Jr-tty, Grant or £300 for P-of ssor of Agri- cultural Chrmisf-y, Changing Name of the Colony, and Free Pa-rdous. Tho ».ddressei ,on the two hit er bo.Ig «eis, Hi« IfixeeHeney said he wou.d forwaid to tim -Secretary of j Siate. and Support their respective prayers. The Liuiice«ton Building Bill, and tha Appropriation Bill, we io read a third time and passed. After .1 short debatn, the Council was adjourned until Monday next, when it will be prorogued.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

On Sale, At the Stores of the undersigned qLOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION O Gentlemen's underclothing White shirts-common and fine Fancy regatta shirts Scotch twill shirts S ipurniip woolen and silk shirts Bl tnkuts - English and Dutch Bl i ck doeskin and broad cloth,- in pieces. Black silks and satins, in pieces Damask-worsted and cotton Table ct>\ui's-worsted and cotton, Table oilcloth, in pieces - -i French woollen shawls Printed cashmere do Furniture velvet White curtains * Fancy muslins, cashmeres, prints, ginghams, &c. Swiss ball and summer dresses Women's white cotton socks and hose Do cotton gloves White cord shirts u hite and colored tarlatan Embroideries, aslndies' collars, sleeves handkerchiefs, &c. Lace, girdles, Trimmings, gimps Bleached and unbleached linen Francy silk ribbons and braids Gentler« en's neckties Cotton handkerchiefs Men's and boys' caps French papcihangings 'Wax matches Lamps Fancy, piper, cigar cases, tinder boxes Pocket-books, Snuff boxea...

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Miscelleneous Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

Miscellaneous Shipping         The Maitland is now ready for sea and will sail this day for Colombo, and the island of Ceylon and from thence to India, and home to London. Few emigrant ves-   sels havo arrived in this port whose Captain carries with him so large a portion of good wishes as Captain Lemont does, both from the emigrants and our townsmen, for atten- tion to the wants and comforts of the former and for his seamanlike and gentlemanly   conduct from the latter.   Cholera on Board the Dirigo for Hobart Tov> m.'--The full-rUged Bhip Biri ¡jo chartered by the Colonial Land ant Bmi (¡ration Commissioners, returned to this portón Monday, hiving left Liverpool on Thursday, tho (¡tu. at I p.m. Before sim 1i id arrived on the Old Head of Kins ile, the cholera broke out among the passengers, having first made its appearance in a family from Southampton, two of whom had died Thorofcad be»n ...

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Public Amusements. ALI-BEN-SOU-ALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

Public Amusements. ALI-BEN-SOU-ALLE. Seldom have so in my opportunities pre- sented themselves within the same limited period, to the music loving portion of our community for an indulgence in their favorite relaxation as occurs at the present time, when not only musical entertainments are unusually frequent, but also especially pre-eminent in character. We recently   had occasion to speak in terms of commen-   dation respectingr the concert at Govern- ment House, and again it devolves upon us to eulogise in no very measured terms the performance that has, on two evenings during the present week, been greeted with the acclamations of audiences such us have rarely been equalled in the Hall of the   Mechanics' Institute. The ititi oiliictio i of any new instrument is ii-uuHv .iteouiiMMied with so many lau. datoiy recommendations, both as regards its own puweis and those too ot the per formci, that disappointment frequently sin ceeds dti exalted e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 4 November 1854

Sales by Public Auction   NEW TOWN. Desirable Building Allotments, and Masive Wall, containing above   Fifty Thousand Bricks. MR. WORLEY Will Sell by Auction, On the Ground, adjoining the property of Mr John James, at New Town, On MONDAY, the 6th November, At 2 for half-past,   THAT Eligibly-situated Paddock, opposite Mr Cato's Garden, calculated either for   one noble residence, or a number of smaller dwel- lings, having a frontage of 300 links on the New Town Road, and a depth of 500 links in Cross-street, and a capital wall contains above 50,000 bricks.   Unless the whole should be sold at least seven   days prior to the above date, the following     division will take place:-   Lot 1. - The entire Wall, extending 500 links down Cross-street, and   computed to contain more   than 50,000 bricks, 2 - Corner Allotment, 150 links, by 150 links...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Wanted, 'â N APPRENTICE »» t"e M««ury oftce. À A good bpportaniiy ofiara for a wtU educated .um..-'

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

CORDIALS F021 TUE MILLION! COMPETITION ACTUALLY DEFIED. D. E, DAVIS, BIRMINGHAM HOUSE, LIVERPOOL STRET, HAVING enlarged ¡his premises and recently imported from 1 ondon a patent apparatus, &Cr, tor the manufacture of Cordials, begs to inform his friends, Customer»., Publicans, Coffee-room keepers, and the public generally, that he is now fully prepared to supply the following cordials at moderate prices; j GINGER BEER, GINGERABE, ORANGEADE, LEMON SYRUP, CLOVES, PEPPKBMIWT, HOTEA1J, MITTEBS, These Cordials being prepared from the most improved recipes in London and Paris, are, without any exaggerati «n, acknowledged by competent judges to be seperior to any in the colony, and <is 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 Kooms, in Hobart Town, and throughout the territory. ADVANCE TASMANIA. 2nd August, 1854. JUST OPENED, And ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Sotithem Tra .vnfcn Agricultural Association APUULIC - eetingwill be held at the Mechanics'Institut-on T 'UltSD Y the 2Ut No ember to Establish this ASSf)i*'A TION. and to defrmine its Rules It is eir nt«t!y requfsted tha* Oent'emen favour ble to so important an Association will nt'end. The hair will be taken by Sir W. DtNisow at li o'coc.v'in the forenoon. By order of the Committee

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

SYDNEY. Our intelligence is to the 28th October, and is .if the usual character. Trade continues inactive, although country orders were coming fqnyard pretty fully. "The high price« charged"by reiuil ers were exciting angry comment in the papers, but seemingly without elîect. The sales by auction »vere unimportant and quotations were in many cases nominal Money wis easy at the former rates, both j discount und exchange. The prices of trold ranged from ?3 (is 6d j per oz., for Omeo gold, to £3 VJt fid for the Ovens. The wool market wa» sustained. T.l low «vas'looking up, an advance of Is: 'to -Ss per civt. having 'taken place-the fol- lowing are quotations. Flour maiiiuitie'T its prices jC30 per ton of 2001) His. for line, and 1'SS for second quality. Wfrent 13s to 14s per bushel. Bread Öd the 211» loaf. Butchers' meat w.i» fliicUiutlhg. Bul- locks »vete scarce and sheep plentiful. Clives brought 60s. and lambs 10s. euch, pigs »vere iu demand at 9d per lb., beef 2¿d. per lb. and mutt...

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THE LICENSING ACT. To the Editor of the Mercury. O[?], Nov 6, 1[?]5[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

THE LICENSING ACT. To War Editor tif the Mercura. (Jatean, s, N»v ti, 1-5Í. Mr. EntTOR,-Wi I you "adót to me a small sp »c,e in o e of your columns, hb tim Lier ti- ling Act is pa»sed. 'ano the'c'il «if it begin- ning t'> operate <«u u», inasmuch us 1 am pnbliolv infnimdil that »ir. Tnomai* Nichol» doi-s t ot intend t<> lake out another License .uuoer i hat lyruun'cal abuse Now, I must ino m th« readers of your 'Pipir. :h.it Hie sad Tooma? Nicmd-, tiar kept a iei|.ei-,ia>il« hou»« for >b« >as'. 1 ytar», And brought up alarie, and un maur tii. us 'family 01 tw lie cluldien; and, of la'e, h. has opened a »turo as well as me purni«» Ilumino-.«, a« uis<tra'U"C >u»ist« ein llyi iu on-floor b''Biii"8-, an<l, to do a .es «c a bl« but i es , the t»<> rejnmed io i u , hi m exte.i.MV« roo.n t»mtabl" loi i« ; bul under« tiiis new \ct, ho i» not alloue.I the t»o together, and ntner tuin sutler by the ?tyr tiny o' ouoh h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Circulating Musical Library, TO BE ESTABLISHED AT LAUNCESTON, BY MR. J. 1MBLRG. MR. 1M BERG, Professor of Music, in returning i hanks tor the'kind support it» has leceived during in» roMd. ure iu l.iiuutM-Ht. u. begs to ¿icqian t the gentry, »rid i Do public ui luifti», that liu puiposes opining fe. CIR ULATlNft M-USfCAL LIBRARY, on the firs' day of If an nary, 1S55, if a »uffi cient number of \e rlv AUb-cribeis, al least ft tyjmve been »«cuied io. «r. Imbirg, by »ttaching tliéir nanni to this circu ai und te uruing it hy post <n or b<»foi«\the fiist (lav »t December, l»-54. The tubbrripiion wiilbs F<>r town .. .. £8 8s. per year. For thu'couiitry.. £10 10a. per year. io bo paid quarterly in advance, on the first diiy of «'pelling. 1. Kvery yearly sublet iber «ill be entitled >o »akp. the half of his subscription out ie music. 2. Half-yearly subscriber* only *ill be entitled toa fourth of their subset iotion, hw! qunrtiTiy-ubscnber» will lose s...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOV. 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. UONDAT, NOV. OTU. The Speaker took his sent at two o'clock, and recapitulated the amount of business transacted during the present session, the number of bills initiated, end passed, &c. The Colonial Secretary moved that a suitable sr-at be provided for His Ex- cellency who would he down to proro- gue rite house at half past two o'clock. Question put and passed. The Speaker announced that mesnge* 33, conveyed the Lieutenant Governor's disallowance cf the Launceston Corpor- ation act. The Colonial Seerelary moved and Mr Chapman seconded, that the enclo- sure accompanying the message be read -cnrried. The enclosure from the Attorney General was then read, setting forth many errors and inconsistencies in the act, and recommending the L'eutenunt Governor not to «ive his assent thereto. -Ordered to be printed. After a few minutes delny, the Ser- geant :>t Arms announced the arrival of His Excellency, who was received by a guard of honour. A royal salute wa...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

HEÀÏ.TH RESTORED! HOLLOWAYS PILLS Surprising Cure of a confirmed Asththa after J tee yrars sußertng. The following testimonial has been sent to Pro feisot Holloway, by a Gentleman named And | dleton, ot Scotland Road, Liverpool. Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, undei providence, of restoiing me to sound health alter five years of severe affliction. During (he whole ofthat period, 1 suffered the mobt dread ul atta- cks of Asthma frequent to ufs«?veral weeks'dura- tion, attended with a violent cough and continua spitting of phlegm intermix« d will, blood. That EC,)shook my constitution that 1 was unfitted f«>r any.of the active duties of life. I was attended dy some of the most eminent medical men of this town, but they failed to give me the slightest relief. As a last remedy I tried your Pills, and in about three months they tffected a perfect cure of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, and restored tcne »ni vigour to the chest and digestiv oigani. I am, Sir, your obedi...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

HIM REGATTA. Yo be held of Shipwright's Point, Huon. On TULSDAY,26thof Deer., of 1854. Boxing Day Under the 'Patronage of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor. A MEETING of the Committee of Mana ¡\_ agement was held at the Franklin, on donday, 80to October, at which it wa-, resolved that the Regatta she lid be held on the 20th December 1854, instead'of on tht first January, as before advertí »ed. The Committee have much pleasure in an- nouncing that Hi-< Excellency has not only been pleased to patronise these »port-*, but he has lib ? rally contribute! towards'the prises to be given on the occasion. The subscription lists are now open, and sub scri)itions will be received by all the members of the Committee, see previous advertisement and by the under-mentioned Secretaries : Mr Henry Nest, Courier Office,'Hobart Town Mr George Lloyd, Franklin Mr letter, tatt Cygnet W DioKenson Sjtitb Port vt Mr Lawrence, Bruni Island. An adjourned meeting of the Committee of Management ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

IÜE ALL-HEALING REMEDY HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT. A mest astonishing Cure of äcofulous ulcers a case eel tifiad by the Mayor of, Boston. Copy of'a I.e'ter from J Nob e, Esi, Mayor o'" Bonton, Lincolnshire. To ProfeSsnr Holloway, Dear Sir-.tin. Sarah Dixon, of 'Lhp'orpnrid streit -'aston, lias this day depo ed bcfoie mc tin tor a consi .érable period »he was severely affli ti d wi h Scrofulous Sbres and Ulcers in l.er anns, f. et legs, and other pans of her brdy; and « though the first of méditai advice was obtained, at the cosr of a lar"e sum of money, she obtained no aba' ement of buffering, bnt gradually grew worse Be ng recommended bv a friend tu try your Ointment, she itomred a small pot 'and a box o» the fiib, and betöre ttiar w i.s all ustd ay mp toni» of amcudirent appear d By perserving with the medicines lor a shore tiim- lo îger, ai cor- ding to the direrti ai« and strictly ac'luring to your rults .is io diet, ..Vc., she was perfectly cm ed ann now enjoys the best of health. I re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Me /ygu/¿c j/mc/à« Building Allotments, near the town- ship of Kingston, Brown's River, and a ¿ne view the sea. ME. WORLET Ii Instructed to sell by auction (time, an place announced in a future advertise mern,) SIX really eligible Building Allotment«, situated between Kingston township and the Beach. 'Considériez the nearness to the metropolis it would be difficult to overestimate a posi- tion, which bids fair to vie in popularity with the most noted aabarbs of the greatest eitieson record. Title-Grant. Terms-liberal« TUESDAY, 14th NOVEMBER Rosendale Farm Land at New Norfolk, 90 acres at the Falls, Cows, Heifers, Draft Mare, &c. 'It is generally admitted that Kew Norfolk pos» »?enies peculiar agricultural advantages, not only of position but fertility of soil, and the great deaidcrutam ofxon'igaous markets. The- refore to those who« taste» lead them ro choose a country life end are seeking for a suitable locality, attention is directed to inst- ructions received by MR. WURLE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

£5 Reward. Whereas a man calling himself Jas. Ellis, per "North Briton", free. entered         into a written agreement to serve me until     the conclusion of the ensuing harvest, but absconded on the night of the I st. instant.   taking along with him a valuable sheep     dog, and also several articles of clothing           belonging to the men: he seemed to be about       26 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high pale complexion, oval visage; the dog black,     yellow and white   I do, therefore, hereby offer the above       reward for the apprehension and conviction             of the man and the restoration of the dog;   and any person harbouring the man or hav-     ing the dog in his possession after...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,18[?]4 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Il*®«^: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8,1864 Ix is written in the fables of Apuleius or some .kindred author-it matters noi whom^that an ass having two bundles of hay set before him became so be- tt ii Jered that he hesitated in his choice until his appetite had gone : whereupon one oí the schoolmen sagaciously com menting on the same exclaims-" What would have been the case had there been two asses and but one bundle of hay ?" and straightway losing himself in the pic. fundity of cogitation which such' » con- . jeeture involved, died ere he could answer the enquiry. Not to speak it irreverently, the people of this colony have been somewhat in Ute predicament of the much enduring bean «lîose perplexity Apuleius has recorded. Ihe Extension and tbe Constitution have been presented to -them as alternatives, while for the last twelve months the advocates of each have r..ised such a din in favor of their respective commodities, that when at length both, are obtained, all...

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