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

CANTON. Canton is under martial law of the moat stringent kind ; people residing in one ward being forbidden to go into the ward of another, and not a few curious hare been taken a head shorter or bereft of their ears, for walking in the direction of the White Cloud Mountains. How long this dreaded state of «stairs is to last, it is diffi- cult to anticipate. It cannot be a great time. To check the inhabitants of a large city in their daily avocations is as eura to rcault in some fearful outbreak, as the cor- poreal system is to perish of apoplexy if veins and arteries are kept too long under the influence of chloroform. The foreign trade at Canton is a perfect stand-still, and not a chop of tea has been brought to market since the dispatch of the last mail. This, too, at a period when the tea market is generally most active. Up to dute, only 42 chops have found sale against 151 at same time last year-half a dozen chops remaining against half a dozen dozen chops ; that is to say, la...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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POLICE REPORT. Tuesday, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

POLICE BEFORT. Tuesday/, November 14. John Richardson, charged with being drunk, using obscene language, and resist- ing constable Smith in discharge ol his duty Constable Peiry corroborated the state- ment ot Smith. Viued 5s for the first two offence«, £1 for third. BETUSIKO TO WORK. John Johnson, a seaman of the " Lock- woods," was chirgtd by -the Captain with Tefusing to work on the 13th instant. It appeared that on Saturday, the llth inst., the Captain had left it optional with the crew to wash the decks on that evening nstead of on Sunday, in which all acqui estd with the exception of defendant, on the following day ho again refused to work this was looked over by the Captain, but on Monday being again asked to work, he refused and said he would never again work on beard the -- ship. The defendant attempted a Very rambling statement which appeared to complain of superabundance of hard work, As he refused to woik for his captain the Police Magistrate sain ho would givo him an op...

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

VICTORIA. The commercial report remains the same.^ Gold is £3 18s.-per ounce, but the price is purely nominal. Ever and anon the spirit of wrath on the Convict Prevention Bill flashes out. The Argus insists on the re-enactment of the old bill as the only satisfactory course, and objects to a new proposition of Mr. Nicol- son^ as too t. lerant for the circumstances. A meeting of the unemployed was held on the 6th at the Flag-staff Hill, Mel- bourne, at which it was asserted that labor had fallen 100 per cent. (!) in the last six weeks, and yet 20,000 more operatives were shortly expected. Complaints were made that capital and not labor was represented by the press, and the council, and Dr. Milton, the teetotaller homerpathist and omnireligionist, believing the Governor to be " the people's man," and requiring pro- per support only to help all the working classes, moved " That in order to secure a fair and im- partial account of the weekly current prices of labor in Victoria, and also...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Tuesday, 14TH NOVEMBER, 1854. Before their Honors the Judges. James v.Punshon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

SUPREME COURT SITTINGS IN BANCO. Tuesday, 14.ft November, 1854. Before their Honors the Judges. Janies v. Punshon. Mr. Pritchard this day, in the ab- ' sence of the Attorney-General, moved that the time for applying for a new trial should be extended. An application of a similar nature had been made by the learned counsel on Friday last, which was then refused. Mr. Pritchard produced ni. affidavit that he had procured further evidence for the defendant, and put it to their Honor*. I whether or not they would not grant the I application, seeing that, as the verdict' was for £400, and the property in ques questton of infinitely greater value, ill would amount to total ruin to his client. Mr. Justice Horne-I cannot: perceive that the amount, i*it was £4000 in place of £400, alters the matter ; we find a well-denned rule of court, and we are to administer the law by that law. I am aware that there may be a case in which the court will interfere, but I think that you have not placed your...

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

CALIFORNIA. Our latest date is the 16th August. The continued arrival of Chinese was a source of annoyance to the Europeans; the Herald remarks-" We have the mor- tifying spectacle of 10,655 of our white idhahitnnts leaving for the Atlantic States and Europe, and 9247 Chinese arriving to supply their places. There are full China- men enough now on their way to this country, or awaiting shipment on the other 8ideof the water, to out number all the Americans who will probably leave us before the end of the year. Such a substi- tution of the old and stagnant blob'd of"" Aisia for the energy and vigour of young America, is working a serious injury to the state." The bombardment of Greytown, the capital of the negro kingdom of Mosquita in the West Indies, hy an American war vessel, seems likely to produce much an- noyance. Her Majesty's brig Espeigle, l8 guns, Cuptain Hancock, had arrived at Greytown, and declared it under English protection. The Jamaica people were furious.

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY NOV. 14 AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

GBmnittrial SnMligim HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY NOV. 14 AGRICULTURAL, i! Wheat.per bush 0 14 6 to 0 15 0 English Barley.0 11 0 to 0 0 0 Cape ditto. 0 9 0 to 0 0 0 Oats colonial.0 9 0 to 0 10 C Flour peMoa.St 0 Oto 36 0 0 Hay loose,.13 0 0 to 14 0 0 Hay, pressed. 14 0 Oto 16 0 0 Hydraulic ditto. 15 0 0 to 17 0 0 Straw......CO Oto 8 00 GARDEN PRODUCE. Teas, per bushel. 0 ^ 6 to 4 U 0 Boans, cor bn%hn. .... 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Tares . 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Potatoes, per ton.94 0 Oto 35 0 o Onions per lb. 0 2 OtoO 2 0 Cabbages, per dozen ... 0 4 0 to 0 S 6 Cauliflowers per dooen 0 « 0 to 0 7 0 Cai rots, per ton,......... » 0 OtoO 0 0 Apples, per bushel . 1 0 0 to 110 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 2 3to0 3 0 Cheese,perpouud »...0 1 4to0 U 0 WINES AND SPIRITS £ s. d Brandy, Martell's. 0 13 9 Do. U.&Cos..'. 0 13 6 Rum 10 o.p., W. J. 070 RumSOthp., " . 0 8 0 Do. 30 o.p., E. J-. 0 3 3 Ale, Burton.Baes' . 9 0 0 Do. lad and Smith . 8 10 6 X Other brands. 9 0 0 Taylor's Stout . 7 10 0 Truman's de. xz...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 15th Nov., 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 16th Nov., 18H. Ships mails will be ctaedjat this ' Omce'ai nndsr 5 For Port Albert per Glencoe, tomorrow at not'n. For India and London, overland, via Point de Galle, per Steamer via Melbourne on or about -the 20th instant. F. C. Smith, Postmaster-General.

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Shpping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

¿{tipping ÍxtpKt ARRIVALS. , Nov 11-8chroner Reindeer-l 04 tons, B J ' Piynn, f/cm Melbourne, 2nd instant, with sundries ; 6 steerage paBteugerB. Agent, C 1 Levett. -li-Barque Glenone, 169 ton*, J I J-ang, irom Port Albert, 4 inet. with 68 cat 1 tie and 26 sheep ; passenger»!-Mr Shatton. I Agent, the Master. r -11-Schooner Picard, 171 tons, W ,-Johnstone, from Melbourne; 5tn in st, with - ea.t ; puescngers-Mr"Linsday. Agent the ,': Master. ,. -11-Barque Glenbervie. 388 tons, J Anderson, ti oin London, Juljß with general ' «urgo. Agents, Ken,Bogle and Oo.^ -Bi ig Kirkwood, 13<5 tons, Lews« ^,om ' i Auckland, Kew ¿¿uland, Sith ult.« with sundries t passenger«-Mr and Mrs Lewis I »ad two children, Mr Burews, Mr Hobbs, ' and one steerage. Mail, one bag. Agent,' S jane. ! -13 - Schooner Flying Squirrel, C7 tons, M'Clament, from Gtelong, 3rd ant., -with 160 sheep. Agents, Fiudson and Thompson. -13-Barque fcmu, 308 tons, Harrip, > from Melbourne, 28th nit., in ballast , Agfcnt...

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

¿/afea 4ty c¿<t<04?c *5&4tc/S&n. TUESDAY, 21st NOVEMBER. Preliminary Announcement of Sale at New Norfolk. MR. ELLISTON Bogs to announce'to th'a inhábil ants of New Nord Ik, the neighbourhood thereof, and tbe publie generally, that he his is instructed by the Rev. J. B. Seaman to disposo of by publio auction on TUESDAY, 21 st November, at Twelve Upon the Premise«, ALL the HOUSEHOLD Furniture and EFFEt TS, together with a horse, pony, three cows, pigs, fowls, geeso, ^&c. ; American flour and wood trougning. "Also two very superior pianofortes. Aleo Eight Acres ot Bnrley, Oato, Wheat, and Potatoes Detailed particulars in a iurthcr adver- tisement. Preliniinary Notice« MR. ELLISTON Mas the «atisfaction of announcing his in. Etructious from the proprietor, Mr J im^a Hope, to offer for sall by Public Auction, about the middle of January next, rpHE whole of that Valuable Property so i well known and appreciated as The Ross Hotel. This fine Prop...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

rnrnl 'ântellipt« The Licensing Act.-Under the provisions of the - New Licensing Act, "the Líente nant-Governor has issued a proclama- tion appointing the [following places for considering applications for Justices' certi- ficates if approval of peisons receiving wholesale, public boase, and packet licenses, or for certificates of approval of public house or packet licenses being transferred, or of wholesale or public house licenses being continued for the purposes in the caid Licensing Act mentioned :-Police office at Pontville for the district of Brighton, the police office at Bothwell for the district of Bothwell, the police office at Campbell Town for tho diutiict of Campbell Town the police office at Fingal for the distriot of Fingal, the police offite at Franklin Village for the sub-police district of Franklin, the police effie« at George Town for the district of George Town, the police office at S wan sea for the district of Great ¡Swanport and Spring Bay, the police office a...

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

wimani Denison. SANDY BAY AÏMU\L HEGATTv 30th November, 183*. FIRST RACE. Amateurs Scullers Race, to be pulled in wherries, starting from a boat moored of Maning's Paddock, round a boat moored off the Baths and back to the place of starting, tor a Silver Cup. SECOND RACE. Gentlerren Amateurs in four-oared boats stat ting from Maning's Paddock, and pulling round a boat moored off the Baths, thence round a boat moored off Battery Point, thence round Sandy Bay Point, and back to the phce of starting. First boat to receive a purse of | sovs., subscribed by the Ladies of Tas- mania, to be presented by If four boats s art two prize«. THIRD RACE. , Licensed Dingys Race, pulled by two youths under 16 years of age, and a steerer, to pul! from a boat moored off Maning's Paddock, thence round a boat moored off t le Baths, and back to the place of starting Four boats to «tart, or no race. First boat sovs. Second do do. FOURTH RACE. Watermen pulling in four-oared licensed ferry boats, the waterm...

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

'tfWäing Allotments, near the town- ship of Kingston, Brown's River, and a fine view the sea. MB. wurley U ¡nett need to sell bv aucti«<m Mme an p'a« o announced in a (mure advertise m»>nt,) SIX rp »My eligib'e Building Al'ot men »s, *ituat«>d between Kingston township .ind the Beach. C'inmdenn ' theoenrnflMttotnernetrnpo'ia it would b* difficult lo overestimate a p^ii. .ion which bid« fair to vie in popularity with the most noted subutbs of the greatest cities on record. Title-Grant. Terms-liberal* MOND \Y, 20th NOVEMBFR. Cottage Ground, Warwick-street, near Harrington-street That peculiar trait in the Britiih character, of w «hing to potrea freehold property, it a greater help to the propagaron ot temperance principles than may at first sight appeal-bat »o our exper ence teachr«. MR. WORLEY Therefore is g ad to have a «mall property to Sell by Auction, without receive, which will alford an opportunity to the prudent to realize their laudable hopes, On MOND VY.thc ...

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

south' australia. Our files are to the 1st instant. I lite intended appointment of Mr Law- ler as "governor of the Colony had pro- duced a lasting feeling of discontent. j The Governor's Salary Dill had been withdrawn until after the arrival of the tjext overland mail, and the following Betition was to be moved in the Council lia the 1st. - To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. ? The humble petition of the Legislative I Council of the Province of South I Australia, .iShewelh j "That your petitioners have learnt with mrrjriie and alarm that a recommendation in recently been submitted to your Ma- lty, by your Majesty's Principal Secre ry of State for the Colonies, for the ap intment of the high office of Governor this colony of one to v/hom it has been aittcd circumstances attached which «qualified him for such office, and the scovery of which induced your Majesty's ¡id Secretary of State to request that the ipoiiitment which your Majesty had in ^sequence of «uch recommend atisn been...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 November 1854

Sí« i.#_jL¿_"..~t.*- ¡S.í^Fí«cupa-" t jons participate In the above solemn declara- tion, and wonder, when r-nimded by the AU »an c or some important engagement, however » poet's fancy could say that " 1 hue had leaden «ii*«*' Tosb ! What ha« ibis to do with the feeding 'of this paper ? Peibaps not. It is now some thirty moon» since a new ide» was »iwud in this coiooy-k«nely, the Salt of ] Pioptftie* by Pthate CootMCt, upon the prin- ciple of no r«k no charge but which was always .undented to mean, that after the agent hid been employed, he should be paid hi» commission even it the owner himself should effect the sale of this property within the piiod of six months unless the property was withdrawn from tht ?V*U MR. WORLRY, while thanlful'y acknow. ' ledging t'.e liberality of nine-tenths of those who have availed themselves of hi* printed Epitomes, '?undi a tfthe who stem to '''Know at what time to promise, when to "pay." and having succeeded in disposing of 'their properties, have...

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

IN THE PUR S. To be published na few Bays sim *-tb nv Ftairietor of the l llobarton VrrcHrg?' The New ttcemlng Act, With c pious nutHi aud ducctioi». Tatcf-P"«tR **ihllimos. A. few tnaw »h««f will \# appr p'iaed »< in «dvttH'iutt in«'dni'n, nrtv i'i en« ni* fur »which cHnnot b* »fceivod «far Suuiday next, the Ith »> aunt NiT Ulf K64. Wanted, AN APPRKN 1CK at tbf > erpury office. A good opportunity offen for a »eil educated «Uti). AflGYLE-SllïlïrT BEADING BOOMS. BUTCHERS' AIXSIH. THE Udderai'ine ' b«*gi ea»»- to ichth hi« pratvlui »okiiu« leimen st<t ñu* itfná "jug |>ul>lic of Tis n mia, f-r the tx'eimtve .support nelia« reiviv ti since tim upeuiuu ..this HEADING ROO*', and has much ple»«ure in inUmntin« to hi« cation» tiwi m ad ition t . fats usual supph tit the Latest knulimi and colonial ne ivsp vpbrs hn lias rc^eivid so ver« 1 valtiiiM« a Wini ms to the li ra y in th*i »htpu ol Mu^hz i,h» »uri iww W >iks to the . Hny inspection ui «li.ch he lu...

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

Summary of Mr Worley's sales MONDAY, 20th NOVEMBIÍR, Nsw Norfork, Rosendale Farm, at the Falls2S0 Acres Rich Land, also splended Draugh Mars Heifers, Milch Cows, Ptgs,&o, At 2 for half.past on the premises, Warwick street Cottage and Ground. MONDAY, 4th DECEMBER. At the Hollow Tree Hamilton District, Farm 55 Acres, Dwelling House, Ac. &c. on th« premises at 12 o'clock. Eelle Vue, PHOTAGRAPHIC ARTILÏliR, Warwick-Stkeet . np HE undersigned most respectfully begs X to inform his friends and the public that ho has received his new and splendid apparatus in the above urt, and is now ready to receive their visits, and hopes by euro and attention to mont their kind ¡support and patronage. Adolph Is sen. DERW ENT AND TAMAR Fire, Life and Marine Assurance COMPANY, HOBART J OWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1S45 CAPITAL-£100,000, , 1NJ2.000 SHARES. DIRECTOR?, Samuel Moses, Esq. | Josiuh Spodo, EFq. Thomas Brown, Esq. I Thoi. Boot, Eáq\ StephonAddison.E sq. | Directors at Launceston...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 November 1854

Flour A .SMALL quantity of the unequalled CHILLIAN FLOUR, juai imported, ex Acis, remaining for disposal, consuméis dea'er«, and private families can be sup- plied on reasonable,terms, by application at the Stores of Messrs Brown aud Thompson, Old Wharf. Nor. I«. LITTLE WONDER. A. THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE HORSE. HE is a blight bay, with black points stands 15Í hands high, bred by R. Allwright, Esq., Broad Marsh, Sire-the celebrated imported horse, Old Fetor Finn, dam Lady Grey, grandam an imported Arab mare. LITTLE WONDER will travel this" season from Bothwell through Abyssinia, the Hunt- ing Grounds, Broad Marsh, Brighton, Bag- dad, Green Ponds, Jericho, Hut on Park, Shannon, and the Blue Hills home LITTLE WONDER IS well-known by all Sportsmen in the colony to have been one of the Best Horses in the colony in his day« For fuither particulars ícfer to Stud Book. TEi< MS.-£3 fis each mare, groomage iu cluded, payable cash or by bill of three months, from the 1st Januaty, 1855, ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 November 1854

AT a meeting hold this day at the Oat- lands Hotel, Oatlands, it was reso'vd that the Oatlands Races come on immedi- ately before the New Town Races. STEWARDS. H 'F. Anstey, Esq., M.L.C. John Tabart, Esq. "Won. Ha-risnn, Esq. Mr. Jo«eph McEwan. Mr. H. Coop. SI3C BET A3 Y AND TREASURE».1 Mr N. A. Woods. F in ST DAY. The Oatlands Plate of 100 sovs , with a sweep stakes of 10 sovs. each to como off the first day. Entrance 2 sovs. Town Plate weights. , SECOND DAT. The Midland Cup of 100 sovs., with a sweep stakes of 10 sovs. each, to come of! on the second day Entrance 2 sovs., the Winner tj pay 10 sovs. to the Hace Fund. Further particulars in a future advertise- ment N. A. WOODS, Sacretary. Oatlands, Nov. 11th, 1854«

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 November 1854

Just Opened foy the Undersigned. Ex "Wellington" Á VERY extensive shipment of Gents Boy's ami Youths' superior ' ready wada clothing,'of nearly every description suitable for the Seasn, m Ht of thu^e-goods has been manufactured according to order of fihe colonial wool at the first London Houses, and for fit, style, texture, durability and price cirinot'be excelled in the colonies. He would also invite particular attention to his large stock of Gents Fashiona- ble Paris and other Hats ; Infants' Boys' and Gents' Straw, Tuscan, Leghorn and Felt Hats ; Gents' and Boys' superior white and "Regatta Shirts, a' few Boys' newfashioned Artillery Caps, together with a varriety of articles connected with the trade« Country orders carefully attended to. No Second Price. Roberts'Building?, LiverpooNt. (nearly opposite Mr Watchora's. 14th Nov, 1854. Meat Mart, Battery Point. THE undersigned having purchased a large and superior stock of good meat, is prepared from this date to supply his custom- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 18 November 1854

PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, M'AKWICK-STREEJ . apparatus in the above ar', and is now ready to receive their visits, and hopes by care and attention to merit their kiud support and patronage. ADOLPH TBSEK. Fifty Founds Reward XTTHEREAS Edward Adams, abojt W *ixty-fi 'e years of age, a native of Leicestershire, England, and a resident in this colony for the last thirtv-fivo years, left his home on Monday, the 10th of July last for the purpore of splitting? some posts in a paddock called the Blackboy Paddock, at the Old Bi>ach, and hjs been missing ever since and is supposed to ha* e met his death by nnfair means. Twenty Pounds will be r-aid for the discovery of his bod)-, and if it then appears that he met his death by un fdir means, then the further sum of Thirty Pounds will be p lid on conviction of the offender or offenders. ROBE ii T PARKINSON, SEKR Mount Sorell Hills, Brigh'on, 1st November, 1854. HUON REGATTA« To be held of shipwright's Point, Huon. On TUfSDAV, 20th of Deer., of 18...

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