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MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

M A Y O R * S COURT, I YESTERDAY. Before His Worship the .Mayor and Aidera Elliston. James Duncan, summoned to paji months' advance of taxes. The^ , fendant pleaded that the fliod tó ; washed away part ol' the premises k fore be occupied, nevertheless his « ship ruled (hut be bad no alternai«! but to direct payment. «U Mr John Davies appeared to â'ÏI 'cause against a summons for tlie_n»K| payment of taxes for "bouse and prinijC office in Mucquarie-street. The of fendant objected to pay on the grow that so fur as the house was concerne: he bad never occupied it, neither w" he interested ia the slightest degré with any other premises but the printiui office, other persons occupied the houi who were entire strangers to him, a» it would be hard to compel hiui to paj these taxes. His Worship said that the premia having been rated together, he hade: alternative but to 'direct paymefl eventually, however, ho directed m collector to make some arrangem« with the occupant of the house, 51 Dav...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

To the Editor of the Mercury. Sin,-It is very desirable that tho people of Tusmauia should arrivo at some conclu sion ou which the government of tho oniony can be carried on, lucre., a J of taxation and lavish expenditure, will soon biiug this island to poverty und bankruptcy ; Tas- mania at present has no expoits nor manu- factures io warrant such au enormous Cn ii List, and ero long tho resources we baw had of a l'irge government expenditure will be withdrawn from us and the colony will be thrown upon it* own leaouroes ; I four the consequences (hat must ensue : the col o ii ist s may perhaps udor 6i».ne reflection dis ! cover that all English communities must be !. governed either by traditionary influences j or hy military foices. I Tno&e in the.ardour of renovation im ' ugme there is a third mode, and that our societies Sim b» rec ustructcd on the grout traniallanhc model will lind that which they j have destroyed. .Traditionary iiiflueucc* I then will bo peculiar influ...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

m&J" r^a^ ä@* &(mmß TOWN EDI TION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1804. THE smoke from the guns which saluted the Lieutenant-Governor at the proroga- tion as ,it gradually vanished from the sight was no unapt emblem of the event it celebrated. An expiring governor- ship, a dying council, an extinct session; these were the concomitant circum- stances which might have struck the minds of the few spectators, if indeed any of them took the trouble to think at all upon the matter. Such a curiôu s conjuncture is not likely to happen in a hurry again. With the career of one of the departing xrn-«/-aeai; î ne" doors of the council chamber have closed upon the occupants, but their doings are numbered in the records of the .jiast : these are fit objects of criticism, and is His Excellency has seen fit to condole with the members on their protracted session, let us enquire in our" turn what benefit the colony will derive from their lengthened deliberations. There-has been ...

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

HEALTH KESTORED! HOLLOWAYS PILLS Surprising Cure of a confirmed A\tlima after Jive years' suffering. The following testimonial has been sent to Pro fe=sor Holloway, by a Gcntlemnn named Mid dicton, ot Scotland Road, Liverpool. Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, under providence, of residing me to sound health after five years of severe affliction. During the whole of'that period, I suffered the most dread ul atta- cks of Asthma, frequently of several weeks' dura- tion, attended witha violent cough, and continua spitting of phlegm intermixed witl, blood. That sc^ shook my constitution that 1 was unfitted for any.of the active duties of life. I was attended dy some of the most eminent medical men of this town, but tiley failed to give mc the slightest relief. As a last remedy I tried your Pillh, and in about three months they effected a perfect cure of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, and restored tone nnl vigour to the chest and digestiv organs. . I am, Sir, your ob;dient...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

Xnrirl anteilige« ATTEMPTED BURLGABY.-The dwell- ing house of the Rev. Mr. Bay, in Camp- bell ttieet, was atumpled to be entered some time duri 112 the night of the 7th inst, by some person or ni rsons unknown, hy breaking two squares of glass at the side ot the door and undoing the cnain and lock ol the door. Au iron bolt at the bottom of the door which went into the floor prevented their gaining an entrañe!. Whilst in the act of cutting a board at the side of the door to remove this they al.umed the iu ma'esand thereon escaped without doing further mischief. THE LAST WARNING.-We beg to direct attention to ihose parties who intern! applying for wholesale or pubbc house licenses, that Thur-day next, the 16th inst,, is positiv ly the last day unon «mich their I applications can be received in any district I ihnughout the colony. 1 1 CAUTION TO MELBOURNE DEBTORS. -III the Court of Insolvency, on the 19th j instant, "William Bi-vau, uemlenai," i came up as an imprisoned dcbto'i, and on...

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MUNIPAL COUNCIL NOVEMBER 10, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

MUNIPAL C'OUNCI f NoVEMBKll lu, 185*. I Present-It is Worship the Mayor, Al mon O'liielly, Siinc, Thonnc i" The Town Clerk read the minutes of i last meeting, which vere duly confirmed, Th" repmt of the City Muvey r »Leni the amount expended, the amount owin^n the amount required to.be expended*» read a-» follows, On the New Reservoir, the amount en was £20J!) 9s. 5 1/2, the sum owing ¡K 3i. ; no more being requiied. * On the Extension ot the Water Works j Is. 4d. was expended. On the Hariiugtoti street Bridge £672 1 1/21, waa expended, and Í.8G2 1 l/2d. wan due. On Barrack-stritt. LI75 12s. 6d. had 1* spent, and £60 would be lequired cumpleiion. On Melville stteet, £835 .9¿. 3d. waa exps ami £175 15s. reniai neil to be ixpeti At Batter»- Point, £618 2s. 6rt. hal fe spent, 7,22 Is. was due, and ¿359 16i,i¡ M'as required. Argyle and Hunictt-streei ; amount « pended. £629 2s. 3d. ; amount require £,570 17s 9d. Veteran's R w ; rmount expended, £'i9¡ti 9d ; rtquired, £309 12s. 3d. Goulb...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. None. [?] DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

pipping îlrjrart {¿ARRIVALS. None. !<$ DEPARTURES. 'Nov 8-Steamer City of Hobart, 3C3 tonB .G V Bentley, for Melbourne ; passenger -Mr &Mis< Hurs, \ir Lovett, J ¡Swan, l^q Mr Charles Swan, Miss Grangill, Air Frenchs ard, Mr James Smith. Mr'G Lamb, J Whyte Esq. (Japtand Alis Westbrook Mr Roberts, . Master Robert"!, Mr Mis May, Mr 4Lipscombe Mrs Chapman, C children and servant, A iss Ellen Ashdown, Mr H Burgess, Mi.ss Bain- bridge, Mr l-.yre Master Eyre, Miss Pitt, Miss Pearce, ali-Ben-Sou-Alle, and 44 stse'rage. Nov. 9-Schooner Qold Seeker, 16S tons, IV Wilson, for Poit Albert, wir,h a gpiieral cargo; passcmrers-Mr G Wilson, vrs Wil- I bon, Mr H Gerrand, und ten s'eerage. | !'-.-,10-Barque General Wooli, 163 tons, Füllen for ¡\Jclbourue. -10-Brig Union, .66 tons,'J M Gill, for Melbourne. EXPORTS Per City of Hobart--3 tons potatoes, T Gi ¡fön ; 3t bags do, Mct¿uaide " 20 baskets do, Lipscombe; 1 case egg-, 1 anvil. Procter; 1 chest drawers, Hack ; CO bugs...

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

Sales by Private Contract. "We take no note of time, but by its loss." Every one actually engaged in daily occupa . lions participate in the above solemn declara- tion, and wonder, when reminded .by the Al manne or some important engagement, however a poet's fancy could say that " Time had leaden wings«" Tush ! What has this to do with the heading of this paper ? Perhaps not. . ? It is now some thirty moons since a new Wea wai started in this colony-namely, the Sale of Fioperties by Private Contract, upon the prin- ciple of no sole no charge but which was^ always understood to mean, thnt after the agent had been employed, he should be paid his commission even if the owiier himself should effect the'sale of this property within the period of six months unless the property was withdrawn from -the ' list.. MR. WORLEY, while thankfully acknow- ledging the liberality of nine-tenths of those who have availed themselves of his printed Epitomes, finds a tithe who seem to ' "Know at what tim...

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

&&!>* *$ auction* '*""*""*"' ' *."" '" ' ? - - - ? - - -.-..i-.,. ,«,« MONDAY, 29th NOVEMBER. Cottage Ground, Warwick-street* near Hanlngtan-stieet That peculiar trait io the British character, of wishing to noss« freehold . prop« ty, is a greater help to the propagation ot temperance principles than may at first sight appear-but *o 'our experience teaches. MR. WORLLEY Therefore is glad to have a small .property to Sell by Auction, without reserve, which .will afford an opportunity to the f rudent^to realizo their laudable hopes, On AlONDAY, the 20tl> November, at two for half-past two, On the Ground, adjoining the property of Mi Simmonds, in Warwick-street, ÁFOUÜ-l.'OOUED BRICK COTTAGE, with ample Garden Ground. Possession upon completion of purchase. Title-Grant. Terms-Half cash; remainder 3 and 6 months with interest ; all caih. Law Forms. THE Now F'irms under the Common Law Floócdure Act are on sale at this office. 0 N SÁTiE at tho stores of the -Under- sig...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. FRIDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER, 1854. Before their Honors the Judges. Punshon v. James. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

SUPREME COURT. SITfINUS IN BANCO. FRIDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER, 1854. Betöre their Honors the Judges. Punshon v. James. Mr. Knight on the part of defendant moved that the plaintiff's suit in equity he dismissed with costs the costs to he taxed for want of prosecution. The learned counsel lead alhdavits ¡¡hewing that since Ihe ai.swer had been put in nothing bud bren done and that proper notices had been served, and an undertaking on the part of plaintiff's attorney tli.it in default of counsel appearing for bim the order might he moved for asa matter of course. The Chief Justice. Take your order. Flexmore v. Harvey. Mr. Dawes on the part of defendant, moved for a rule that the costs in this he paid by plaintiff, the re< ord having been withdrawn for want of further proceeding. Rule granted. Osborne aft. Johnson. Mr Knight moved fora ruleto shew cause why a writ of capias on W. J. Osborne at the Buit of W. Johnson be set aside plaintiff paying costs. Under the new Act all pro- ce...

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SKETCH OF TUE LIFE OF CATHERINE HAYES. THE SWAN OF ERIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

SKETCH OF TUE LIFE OF CATHERINE HAYES. TUE SWAN OF KIIIN. As so much interest and enthusiasm has buen exhibited with respect to this lady, the only copy in this colony of the above having füllen into our hands, we give it to our readers {. . It is a siugular fact often commented upon by the natives of lieland, that the " ¿hueiatd late," an essentially the Land of Song, witoBe bardie i em,tin» have obtained a world-wiso loputaiion M hose national ineiodie» alternate horn the touchin«ly «impie tu the thnlüugly superb ; being uliko " bcautitul exceedingly," where they breathe the soul of pathos or glow with the fervour of martial enthusiasm- -w hose war bongs stir up the heart tike tho sound ot a uuiupet. It is u remarkable, tact, Me repe.it, that this Musical Island 'ha« giveu to the Lyrio bla¿e but asiugle female vocalist, within our memory, capable Of interpreting »ith success, the highest outer of dramatic inuaic. Although IU every other branch of | Art, liolaud ha» given piooi of ...

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

MONARCH STEAMER. rpiIE above favorite VQÎSOI will I caveNow» L Norfolk ab half-past aoven a.m. roach Bridgewater at half-past oiglu, Restdown quarter past nine, arrive in Town about tcu o'clock, and return to New Norfolk daily at three p.m- from town. N.B.-The Pleasure Trips of tho above ves83l will in no way interfere with her daily business trips. The proprietors of the above VCBSOI beg to notify that all goods must bo booked at . their office, or they will not,be responsible for thom, and all goods seut later than "a | quarter past three will bo too late for that day. ARGYLE-STREET READING ROOMS. BUTCHERS* ARMS INN. THK Undersignci bags leave io return his grateful acknowledgments to the Hoad ing public of Tasmania, for the extensive support ho has recoivnd since tbo opening of his READING ROOM, and has much pleasure in intimating to his patrons that in addition to his usual supply of tho LATEST ENGLISH AND COLONIAL NEWSPAPERS ho has rceoived several valuable additions to the lib...

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POLICE REPORT. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 11 November 1854

POLICE ESPORT. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, . Ö54. Richard Daly wai eh urge I by Mr. Fen- wick with wilfully injuring a mare, the pro- perty of Mr. Degraves, It appeared that the mare hid lullci into bad condition whilst in ihn prisoner's cha't:*, nud he had been remonstrated with ; on a eubsequrnt occasion, he was found with the mare in a dray on a road wh oh he was ordered not to go ; on being asked why he was there, ho said he did not know wber- togo. Au easier place was pointed out to him, and he was left to his work. He was seen some four ¡ houis after driving the maie over some rocks and lidiug in the dray, and when he I came home ead upset his dray, aud brought the mare quite disabled, llekrew that it I wascoe last day the mare would be in his 1 possession. Ile had expressed his wish to bave his I end punched rather than be brought to j the Police Office, ou which Mr. Fenwick had regretted that his position rendered bim I uuable to comply with that lequest; he ln.d I repeated wanniigs.b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

To Builders, Carpenters &c. &S. WILSON begs to apprise his , friends and the public generally that he has opened a timber yard ("with every article requisito for building'purposes on the New Wharf, adjoining the stores of Messrs Manning, where he has on sale the following materials Deals solid and cut, 11 x 3,9 x 3,and 7 x3 Flooring boards grooved and tongued Do. do. planed on one side . Windows and frames complete Doors all sizes, double and singlo moulded Ga vanized corrugated iron j Slates ^ Rope, assorted sizes. N ew ,Wharf Nov. 10. Tenders for Fire-wood. TENDERS will be received on and b&fore StUuiday next, the 18th instant, at the-, office cf Mr John-Murdoch, Old Vvharf, Ho-, bart Tow n, fcr Firewood to be delivered on the* Wharf at Kangaroo Point, The wood required not to excead four feet in length, and four indies in diameter, also subject to,fife approval ot tho Engineer of the steamer Venus, " *. November 14th. To Ginger Beer, Lemonade & Cor...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

OATLANDS HACES. ' ^¿¿*ägä2£; AT a meeting held this day at.'the Oaf lands Hotel, Oatlands, it wasTresolved , tbat the Oatlands Races come on Immedi- ately before the New Town Races. ' STEWAmns. , (, H..F< Anstey, Esq., M.L.C. John Tabart, Esq. Wm. Harrison, Esq. Mr. Joseph MoEwao. Mr. H. Coop. SECRETARY AND TREASURER. Mr. N. A. Woods. First. Day. The Oatlands Plate of 100 sovs., with a sweep stakes of 10 sovg. each to come off the first day. Entrance 5 sov>. Town Plate weights. ;.. . . "Second Day. The Midland Cup of 100 sovs., with a sweep-stakes of 10 sovs. each, to come off on the second day. Entrance 2 sovs., the Winner io pay 10 sovs. to the Race Fund. Further pa rticulars in a future advertise» ' ment. N. A. Wood?,,, ,,. ... , "Secretary. Oatlands, Nov. llth, ISS4'

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NEW ZEASAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

NEW ZEASAND. By the Kirkwood, we have New Zealand Journals to the 18th ultimo ; but they con- tain little matter of importance. Since the prorogation of the House of Assem- bly all political excitement had subsided; and commercial matters were at a very low ebb. The markets are glutted with every description of goods, but find no purcha- sers speculation was becoming exceed- ingly rife as to who was to become the future ruler in New Zealand, since it had become known that Sir H. F. Young bad positively been appointed Lieut.-Governor of this island. We find little worth trans- ferring to our colums, but the following Of these one of the mest prominent has relation to Dr. Dorsett's high-handed man date, forbiddiug the visits of clergymen to patients in the Colonial Hospital, unless with his " express sanction." We kaow of no right more sacred than that of a pa- tient to a Public Institution in the hour of sickness, and, it may be, at the point of death, to receive the visit of the cle...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAIT ESTAfiLISÄIEr BY No. 5 Macquarie-street, Three doors from the Van Diemen's Land Bank. Mr. Cherry, having one of Voigtlander's Quick Acting Cameras, is able to take Pictures on the darkest days, equal in every respect to tho3e taken during bright sunshine, while it enables him to produce Portraits which, in point of expression, sharpness of outline, delicacy of finish, and tone of colour, cannot "be surpassed by any artist in the colonies. Daguerreotypes and Portraits taken for the Stereoscope. Portraits of Horses, Dogs, Birds, &o. Miniatures of the smallest imaginable size, possessing all the beauty of a full-sized picture, to be set in Brooches, Lockets, Rings, &c. Portraits taken for Half-price in lieu of unsatisfactory Daguerreotypes that may have been taken by other artists previous to the invention being so highly perfected, or who might not have possessed the mechanical advantages that Mr. C does. Hours of Attendance from nine a.m. to tou...

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THE ROUTES TO EUROPE AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

THE ROUTES TO EUROPE AND AMERICA. The pamphlet printed by the cham- ber of Commerce Melbourne, is a welcome and impoitant contribution on a question which is scarcely in- ferior to any in colonial interest ; and in issuing it the author and the Chamber have well earned the gratitude of the whole Australian community. The service thus performed is greatly «nhanced by the extreme accuracy which characterizes the whole of the calculations, and the intimate acquaintance which the au- thor evidently possesses of the whole of the routes. A most surprising illustration of the correctness of the calculation is afforded by the recent . voyage of the Golden Age. From internal evidence it is Certain - that at the time the pamphlet was writ ten, the dates of the Golden Age at the different stages were not lcnoivn, nor the total time occupied in the voyage. At this moment, in fact, we are only generally ac- quainted with the days of sailing, yet, on a comparison of dates, it will be found that t...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

SYDNEY. The trade report is of a most discour- aging nature. The Sydney Empire, (Nor. 4th), thus sums up the matter The markets, which, on the proceeding week, were beginning to assume a brighter tone, have again fallen to their former state of inactivity. Perhaps for years past the general state of trade has not been worse then at the present moment. At auction, goods will scarcely sell at any price. Our imports tend daily to increase our stock of goods without anything uuy thtng like an adcquote outlet for them. The consequences yet remain to be seen, and no doubt but many speculators at home must be heavy sufferers, goods being actually forced away at auction at about one-half the prime cost. Reports from the country districts speak very indifferently of the forthcoming-crops, and wheat is agam In the rise. Flour, however is steady, at j and £28. [As an instance of the high priceohtained (jr farming produce potatoes were selling 1 £A2 per ton. About 2200 ozs. of gold per week was...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

: ; - * '« vi OF A Circulating Iv'uùcii TO BE ESTABI.IÍ AT I. AU Kel MR. J. JMHjl MR. r rEl 0.1?.«j. J i.tu-iiiiij. ih niks ,nJ he hats retvnui «hiiln» ¿J l.auncest » begs to »toi h und (he public hi large, ti,J «ipening a Ci.'tt UL\T1N0 JUUStcJ on tho fits day of Jaiiuaiy^ oient tiuiiibi'i ol je ilv min ft-ty. have leen i\rund mt Httat'hine their imnn- to ibi,! lemming it I v j um mi « r 1,1 dav -t iJetembci, lrS4. - "Till Will be- " F«»r town .. .. f i, »J ". Fit th- country.. i IO ¡Vf to be paid quarterly iu aiivtueJ d«y of «»t'i-nnig. 1 1. liver» \oartysul»-ciiber»i| .o I'iki; the half nf hit si-hciid m tirio. ' 2. Ilalf-yemly 8ii'«»cr'hpri>i, «-ii t ti led t»> » fourth of ilnj. hu\ZM qnxrtiry ubsc itVis wilt ],,»* I «hnyeiier. 8. In lowii the mu«ic pu« »j troee Mme- | er w «-k( Mund., »..il FiidHy , Imm en «ii! «Inei i,\.,( county, daily (li t ...<!» «neeat] trow ten ti» fcix nViock * The mute can he kept br | arriben ten du« s mid < y & uniy...

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