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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

Local Intelligence Execution.-Yesterday morning the last dreadful penalty of the law was carried into effect in front of the Gaol, upon John Co nell and Joseph Spears, the former for the murder of the shepherd at Glenorchy   and the latter for stabbing a constable at   O'Brien's Budge. The unhappy culprits were attended by thoir rcaneciivo c.ergy men, and oeemed quite penitent. After tue usual awful prelimmarin» had been adjusted, ihe customary signal waa given, and thev were launched into the prest* ce of their Maker. About 1000 per-ons chit fly <ei«*il«s, attended to witness tho disgusting exhibi- tion. Sandy Bay Rkcatta.-The com- mittee «re usuu ev«ry pos-ible exertion to carry off this event with in-re than usual eclat, and to judge irora their published pi. gi nimne wo hop« we aro not premature in anticipating t'wiv i-uoc-afi. They have our good wishes, and we b liev« the cittz-ns generally are looking forward fir the enjoy- ment of a ration...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE VICTORIAN DYNASTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUR VICTOKIAM DYNASTY. Mr Annand (3ist Oct) said tliit on j .account of the thinness of that assembly he would postpont: his motion until Thursday »vcek. ((io on, go on ) If this house ! were "wiling he »vas quite ready to go oik , He regretted that the motion »vas not in the hands'of one more ..hie to do justice to it than the hu uble individual addressing the house. It, was a subject »vhich sooner or later must force itself on their attention, and cn that of the country. This country he looked upon us the nuelcus'of agre.it empire, and they »vere hiving the founda- tion oftli.it empire. The principal reason that batt induced him to turn his attention to it ut that time, had been nu nUenipt to txireise the floyd prerogative by setting free, convicts uoiv sinTcriiiif punishment in an adjoining country. That »vu« making the prerogative odious in the minds of the pcnnl» of this country. How »vas it this prco ative had become oilioiis? It »vus because those who adm...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

VICTORIA. Wr. have no alteration in the state of trade to report. Gold lins tullen io £'¿ 18s ml per ounce, anti uti alteration iu the Ex- change is anticipated. The (»rent Btitiin ippears to have taken home iihniit 80,000 ounces of gold, »'hereof the banks sent as follows :' Ounce». UiiviHink . 20,4-87 »auk of Viet-.ria .' 10 0 0 Hank "f Au.tiaUsia . 10,0(10 New s. nth Wa.js . 15,000 Uiiunul . 1,1,30 Total. 66,637 The total value of gold and.specie snip- ped on ho i rd »'¡is about «£*4l*0,Üi'0. In the ordinary markets, tratle w^s stag- nant, but the caille and provisions t tiled at fair prices. Beef 8d per II», mutton Gd io 8d per lb, pi» k Is fid per II», veal Is per lb. Bread. Is 8d the 4 lb loaf Wood, 30s io 3'"is per cart load. Water, is to 8s per load. Timber is qwnteri-Laths, per 1(100, 25s, market Hat. Cireulir Head palin«;, 30s per 10.1, declining. Posts and rail«, £6". V.tn Diemen'» Land cargo, dull, huge supply, 18s per 100. The polit ¡«ii intelligence is of the usu ii di...

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POLICE REPORT[?] SATURDAY, NOVIMBER 4TH[?] (Before A B. Jones [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

POLICE RE?0: à SaIUIDAY. NOVIMBER (Brfore A B. Jone» 4 ml »«I - William Inskip, for being iag oticcene language to his rrj eiitenced to thee m utln impriil ABSENTING FH0K flrSTlci Mary Ann Andeisnn, t.l., had ?.mu her master, \!r. Mandi., Ti 11 w11 ti ket» being Mind upon' einaudeii until Tuesday. At» \ULTtNO THE Foiled John B.iv c. for assaulting ,»,, .itui-av and t r lieiug .linik. % ft r b.'ing wa: ned to gi» ni ick he police in the lace. A'¡¿ luprisoiiuifiit TIIBEATEN1NO TO STAI, A fellow na red .ioho Hunch*« with threuti'iiini,' to stab J.ihn Q(| su-, eta o' Hob.irt. The pvisun.-r,. threatened to cut the complain«) ut, ami having made a.i u sue« t turn, (¡aid bo w-uid have hu lark. A p- r . n with couitil» -.ented the sab, . nd the pri wi h the kniie open in his hand. ' lain Tit con i ered be should ( -ti uck ad ho mit have jump d mm Furtay here inWterud. T« c unpittined of was made at A Htciinrn mid Livernool-treit., 12 and I o'clock ou . u sd iy. Tki] * a« i »i Haily oruok. T...

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

Steam to Melbourne. H B Tasmanian Steam '"Nntlgafifm «'omp.my'a fine new |>o«erlut screw |tc.nmh<p t <« «CITY OF HOBART, O..V. Bentley, Comti>ander, ¡jft'ill leave Hobart T<»wn for the above port on This day, Wednesday) 8th At 3 o'cl'iok. For fW-teht nr pni»a e apply at the Coin« ¡pany's office, Old Wharf. N Ö. - Passengers by this verne! will be intime to meet the Calcutta for Lou Ion.," C. Tobt , Manager. T.S. N. Company. ÜlOJtfARCH STEA1YIER~ ynHB i1)!»1» f*v ».¡'." ve« j wi'l I eaveNew 'I Ñ «rf ilk at h vlf-past seveo a m. reaeh Brid t,y »ter »t h »lf-p ut eig ir, Rest do *n ?qu irt-r ptst man, air ive in town about tcu oVlo.'k, an 1 return to New Norfolk daily at three u.ro- from town. ' N.B.-The Plea*ar<j Trip» of the above vessil *ill m no way interféra with Her 'daily buáness tripa. Tlie proprietors of the above vessel beg (o nocitv th-it all go ds must be bonked at thrtir offlue, or t'tey will not be r«Bp <usibte ...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY NOV. 7. ACRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

«f nnmwmal Safoil'grait. HOBART TOWN, TÜKSDAY NOV. 7. AGRICULTURAL. Wheat.ptrbuih 0 14 0 to 0 IS 0 English Barley. ti It 0 to O 0 » Cape ditto .0 SI » to 0 0 0 Oars colonial.0 9 0 to « 10 6 Flourpertoa.:.34 0 0 to 36 3 0 Hay loose,.«3 0 o to 14 0 0 Hay, vreued. U 0 0t< 10 0 0 Hydraulic dito. 15 0 0 to 17 0 0 Straw. 6 0 Oto 8 00 gardepT1»roducE Pea», per buriel.0 & 6 to 4 0 <0 Beaus, ner »«».».* ..IO O t«.0 0 o Tares.'I 0 Oti.O 0 0 Potatoes, ner ton. 84 0 O t.» 35 0 o Onions per lb.^. 0 2 « to0 2 <> Cabbages, pur dozer»... 0 * 0 to 0 & 6 Cauliflowers per d<*»m 0 6 0 to 0 7 " Garrota, per ton... 9 0 0 to 0 o 0 Apples, per bushel .... 1 0 « »o 1 10 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, pi*r pnimd .0 2 StnO S Cheese, per poaud .0 1 4 to 0 2 0 WINES AND SPIRITS £ s. d Brandy, Martello .... .. 0 l8 g Do. U.&Cos. 0-U ti Kum 10 o.p., W. J. 0 .7 « Rum 30 ...p., ,. O » -0 Do. 3d o.p.. E. J .» 0 S 3 Ale, Burton,Bass' _ .... 0 0 0 Do. lu...

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

'IN THE PRE'S; ïo be published na few Days edited by mm %mm, Proprietor of the .' Hobarton Meroin j/," The New Licensing Act} With copious notos and duections. Price-Foun Shillings. A few »pare shoots will be appnmtia'pd as an advprti'iiig modmrn, ndwrtitements for which cannot be i eco i ved ¿fier Saturday next, the 1th instant. Nov. 1st, lbö4. TH70RTH KNOWING, Best Doeskin Coats. 12s. 6d. each Do Bluche Boots. 4s. 6d. per pair Oil Cloth Table Covering1, ls.4d. yd vv indsor Soap best Quality-8d \ lb and Every description of Merch- andize at half-price At GEO HANSUP. Next Messrs Watchorn Perkins and Co. ARGYLE-STREET READING ROOMS. BUTCHERS' ARMS INN. THE Uadersiene ' bpgs 'eave to return his grateful ncknowle'lgmpnf8 t» the Head- ing public of Tiisminin, fur the extensive support he has recoiv» d since the opening of his READING ROOM, and has much pleasure in intimating to hi« patrons that lu addition t > his usual supply of tho LATEST ENGLISH AND ' COLONIAL NEWSPAPERS he has ic...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 8 November 1854

äfyfftmig iltyart ARRIVALS. Nov 4-Steamer C'ty of Hobart, 383 tons '43 V Bentley, from Melbourne ; passengers -Mr & Mrs H aims worth, Mr Mezger, Mrs Clinch an I child, Mr C Haywood, John Reillev, Mr Morpeth, Mr Wilson and wife . "Mr Grain, Mrs Callaghan, T S Horne, T Coleman, MrBro*n, Mr Westbrook," Mr biston, R, Horup, Mrs Jantes and 3 chi'dren Mr Kamo. Mr Fairchid, Mr Cunnii)-.-ham, Mr & Mrs Johnson, Mr Mrs and Master ~M«im<>th, Mr Uornstoc'c, Mrs Curling, Mr Wilson. Mr Ivey, MrCollins, and 42 ¿«tee rage. --I--Schooner macquarie, 130 ton«, Ahaou, from 1'urt Alberts let October, with 14 hi-ad of cattle an I 27« sheep. Mail 1 bag A¿ent, W *. Guesd n. -4-Schooner Snrf, .28 tons, Sanderson .¿tom Valparaiso 26 h Au?, wita dmr St bian Passengers-Cabin, Mr* i?andersen Agents, -Chapman and Thomas. -4-Barque Old Wellineton" 588 tons Capt. Latham from Grave end 20 h July trith'general car¿o. Passengers Caum Dr Crang, Mr James Pringle & Sona kir. C Greig...

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

. PROSPECTUS! OF A Circulating Musical Libra TO BE ESTABLISHED AT LAUKCESTol BY MR. J. IMBLRG. « I > Tl/rn. 1MBERO, Professor of Musi D/X retuiniug thanks for the kind so^ he has received duiing his resident Launceston, bogs to ncquah t tho gcri and tho public at large, that bo purjd opening a CIRCULATES G MUSICAL LlBRA?i on tho first day of January, 1855, ifaitM cient number of yearly subecribcis, at li fifty, have been secured to Mr. Imbcrg, attaching I heir name to this circular,! returning it by post on- or bof'oio the {, day of December, 1Ö54, The subscript* will be For town .. .. '£S 8s. per year, ¡£For the country.. £10 10s. per year, to be paid quarterly in advance,' on the day of opening. 1. Every yearly subscriber will be ontitj to take the half of his subscription oui music. 2. Half-yearly subscribers only «ill1 entitled to a fourth of their subscription,! quarterly subscribers will lose such hem ultogother. 3. In town the musio can ho changi. thiee times per week (Mon...

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THE HEBREW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

TOE HEBREW CHURCH. WE reprint the message of His Excel- lency to the council in reply to their reno, lutions on the propriety of appropriating cctain sums of incney to the aid of the Hebrew Churches 'in Hobart Town and Launceston. From this it will be seen that His Excellency's wishes coincide with the resolutions of the Council, but the peculiar circumstances which attend these cases prevent his carrying them into effect. We presume from the tenor of 'the message that the government will recommend the appropriation bpeeilied by the Council to the Imperial authorities for their sanction. Unless this he done, we ¡.hall, however re- luctantly, be compelled to believe that neither the council, the colony, nor the members of the Hebrew .persuasion »'ill have been treated with the respect du« to ¡ them. The masbaffc is as follows Mu. Sl'CAKLIl ANO GlCNTLKMEN. I fully concur in the opinion'expressed by ! the Council t!iat theJewicb Church is, iu j prouurtiou to the num .'cr of its member ...

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

- ¡Wanted, .. ?. .'* | AN APPRENTICE at the Mercury office. A good opportunity offers for a well educated

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

CORDIALS FOU TUE MILLION! COMPETITION : ACTUALLY DEFIED. D. E. DATES, BIRMINGHAM HOUSE, LIVERPOOL STRET, HAVING enlarged his premises and recently Imported norn 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 SYRUP, CLOVES, PEPPE111IIWT, tW ©Y EAU, Bl T.T E II ft. 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 Legislativo Council,a rare opportunity 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. JUST OPENED, And direct...

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

Just Received A Fresh suply of Holloway Ointment and Pills Keatingj's Gough Lozenges ' Fancy Soaps, Price and Gosnell E¿senco of -Lemon Tartaric Acid Jamada, Ginger Sulphuric Acid Tabora Seidlitz, Lemonada and Ginger Beer Powders . Arsenic in 1 owt. and 3 cwt. casks, the mosfeffectual cure for scab Corrosive Sublimate Mercurial Ointment 100 doz. pints and half-pints Castor Oil AIST advice ofiflO packages, shipped on bo ird the " Antipodes," " Earl of Ches- ter," and other vessel.*. JOHN WILKINSON, £4, Elizabeth-street

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

HUON BEGÂTTA/ To be held of ¡shipwright'» Point, Huon On TULSDAY, 26th of Deer, of 185a Boxing Day. Under the Pitronag- of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor. A MEETING of the Committee of Mana agement u is held at the 1 rankhn, on Mondiy, ¿Oth October at-which it was resolved that the llet,attislio lid he held on the 26th December 1854, instead of on the first Januiry, as before advertised The Committee have much pleasure in an nounomg tint His Excellency has not only been pleased to patronise these «ports, but he has lib- erally contributed towards the prizes to be given on the occasion. The subscription lists are now open, and sub- scriptions, will be received by all the members of the Committee, see previous adver lsemcnt and by the under meutioned Secretaries - Mr Henry Best, Courier Office, Hobart Town Mr George Lloyd, franklin Mr Lader, Port Cjgnet M Dickenson Sjuth Port Mr Lawrence, Bruni Island An adjonrned meeting of the Committee of Management will be held at the fran...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY NOV. 10. AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

(fninintrtial Sattlligcntt., HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY NOV: 10. AGRICULTURAL. Wheat.per bush 0 14 6 to 0 15 0 English Barley.« 11 0 to 0 0 0 Caps ditto .0 9 0 to 0 0 0 Oatscolonial.0 9 0 to 0 10 6 Flourperton.3* 0 0 to 36 DO Hay loose,.13 0 o to 14 0 0 Hay, pressed. 14 0 0t«>16 0 0 Hydraulic ditto. 15 0 0 to 17 0 0 fetraw. C 0 0 to 8 00 GARDEN PRODUCE. Peaa, per bu*hel. 0 3 (5 to 4 0 0 Beuna, Der h«.j»d ..1 0 0 t<»0 0 0 Tarea . 1 0 0 ti. 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 34 0 0 to 35 0 o OuioiiB per lb .0 2 0 to 0 2 « Cabbages, per dozen... 0 4 0 to 0 6 6 Cauliflowers per dozjn 0 6 0 to 0 7 '' Carrots, per ton. 9 0 0 to 0 (I 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 n to 1 10 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 2 8to0 3 0 Cheese, per pouud .0 1 4 to 0 2 0 , WINES AND SPIRITS ¿' s. d Blandy, Martello. 0 ia 9 Do. U.&iCos. .0 13 0 KumlOo.p., W. J. 0 7 0 Rum30o.p. 0 8 0 Do. 30o.p"E. J-. 0 5 3 Ale, Burton.BdSs* . 9 0 0 Do. lud an 1 S-nith .». S 10 fi >>. Other brands. 9 t) 0 Taylor's Sto...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 11th Nov., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, Util Nov., 1854. .Ship» mails will be closed at this Office as under : For Tahiti, Honolulu and San Francisco, per City of Norfolk via Melbourne, ou or about the 15 th inatant. F. O. SMITH, ' Postmaster-Önneral.

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HOW TAXES ARE COLLECTED IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

HOW TAXES ARE COLLECTED IN TURKEY. The Persian fanatics of Kerhcla (says the lion. R. Curzon, in his recent work on Armenia), had long declined paying the accustomed taxes to the Turkish Govern- ment. Their insolent behaviour had been trconstant source of unger and difficulty to successive .pashas ot Bagdad. At lust/the present pasha was determined to cnfoice the lu»v ; .after sending various letters to the town requesting payment of taxes and arrears, which wese treated with ridicule and contempt, he gave orders to a general called Abouliubout Pasha, who appeal's to have" been a Sooni of the most orthodox lund, to march an anny of several thousand men, to compel the people of Kerhela to acknowledge the rule of the Sultan. Aboullahout.Pasha arrived, accordingly, and pitche.li his camp in ?» grove of palms not far from the walls of the city. He brought four guns with him and a number of topgis, orgunners, to work those instru- ments of destruction, if the Persians in the town did not...

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THE MALTA OF THE BALTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

THE MALTA OF THE BALTIC. Cronstadt, which it is thought, Sir Chas. Napier will make the scene of brillant naval achievements during the coming season, is a town, fortress, mid port in the government of St. Petersburg, from which the cilv is about thirty-one miles distant. It is built at the south-east extremity of Colin-Ostrof, an island in that part of the Gulf of Finland called the Bay of Cron- stadt, about sixteen miles from the mouth of the Neva. At the entrance of the har- bour, on an island opposite the citadel, lies the castle or fortress of Cronschlott, built by Peter tlieCJreat. The fortress and the mole bristle with guns, and the har- bour itself is approachable only by one channel, which is fortified with a double line of guns. The passage between this place and Cronstadt is 20JO paces in width and has ample depth fur Hie largest ves- sels. Besides its importance as the great naval station of the Russian fleet, Cron- stadt is the harbour of ¡St. Petersburg. All vessels pr...

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

! Under the Disíinguklied patron j age of His Excellency Sir William Denison S ANDY BAY ANNUAL EEGATTy 30th November, 1S54. FIRST '«.ACE Amateurs Scullers Race, to be pulled in wherries, staiting from a boat moored off Maning's Paddock, round a boat mdored off the Baths and back to the place of btarting, For a Silver Cup. SECOND RACE. Gentlemen Amateurs in four-oared boats starting fiom Maning's Paddock, and pulling round a boat mooied off the Baths, thence round a boat moored off Batteiy Point, thence round Sandy Bay Point, and back to the phce of starting. Fiist boat to receive a purse of sovs., subscribed by the Ladies of Tas- mania, to be presented by If four boats start two prizes. THIRD RACE. Licensed Dingys Race, pulled by two youths under 16 years of age, and a steerer, to pull from a boat moored off Maning's Paddock, thence round a boat moored off t"ie Baths, and j back to the place of starting Four boats to start, or no race. First boat sovs. Second do do. FOURTH RACE. Wat...

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

In the matter of the Insolvency of BitEitETON WATSON, of Hobart Town, in Van Diemen's Land« Timber Dealer. NOTICI5 IS HKllBBY GIVEN that tho Commissioner of Insolvent ß-itates for Hobart, Town has appointed 'i'HUKS D \Y, the 23id day of Novomhor instant, at the i ourt of Requesis* Room, iu Hobart Town, at the hour of eleven o'clock, for the put poso of bearing the application of the said Insolvent for an order of discharge. -. Dated this ninth day of November, 185k WASHINGTON M'.MINN, Solicitor to the Insolvency. About being Issued from the Press! l REVIEW of Sir. Win. Dcnisou*« Ad '\ ministration In Van Dieman's Laud, in which the effects of lil» policy, and that of his opponents uto imparti- ally conti I «ed. Orders for the fwuaphlcli will be ttceived at the cá?« of the *. Hobart Toivu Advertiser."

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