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

For London. fro SAIL the FIRST WEEK in AUGUST THE A 1 clipper barque INDIA, 400 Tons Burthen, - Wilson, Master. For Freight ot Wool or Cabin Passage apply to i Reeves & Co. New Wharf, July 8, 1854. Steam to New Norfolk. n"*HE «CULLODEN" Steam-pácket, «rill commence running,on the 13th instant, tn nul fromslNew Norfolk, everv MONDAY and THURSDAY, leaving the "Old .Wharf at 9 m., and Messrs.,Brown and Thompson's, New orfolk, at 3 p.m. on the abovaday. For pnssnge apply on board, and tor freight to fosrs. Brown and Thompson, New Norfolk, or 'id Wharf, Hobart Town. February 10th. ,LODEN STEAM PACKET FOR T SI 12 IS /ET «5 US. ^HE above Vessel will in future leave the Old Wharf every luesday and Fridny at 8 SÛock a.m., and return Wednesdays and Satur- days, culling at the usual places. February IO. For Freight or Charter Tho first-elusH brig « A li I O N,", 1S4 tons Register, James Rook, Commander. ' Heady r sea at a day's notice. For particulars pply to the master, or to ;v ( , C...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Lo[?]al Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 15 July 1854

Entai Sfitclligrcre New Agents-Mr. William Gates of Port Cygnet, and Mr. Frederick Byron, of Brighton.Storekeeper have been appoin- ted agents for the Mercury. Novel AmubsMent.- Osbornes Troupe, who have been so highly spoken of in the Sister Colony, Sydney, will give their first entertain- ment at the Albert Theatre, on Monday evening. As the exhibition is of a novel character Here, they will, no doubt, meet with substantial prools of the liberality of the citizens of Hobart ^Caution to Cabmev-At the Mayor's court, yesterday.Thomas Yates was fined one pound and costs, for a breach of the Corporation bye-laws, in washing two cabs in Elizabeth-street. City K\TES.Many persom wem summon- ed before the Mayar yesterday, upon th« infoimationofthe Collector, tor non-pay. ment of the city rates and de*lt with in the usual manner. Hatnuk's Serenaded. - This talented baud having arrived again amongst us, will Ejveth« first of the-r delight, ul entertain, ments « n Monday evening. We undei sta...

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

At half-past ten for 11 o clock. "EMMA JANE," ? Carries 20 Tons. - Mr WÖRLEY Will sell by auction, in a lew day's, at the New Wharf, THU well-known River "Craft "EMMV JANIS." in first-rate order, and repletcd in every particular, To be sold without reseive, The owner having in * large vessel Unredeemed Pledges. At the Mart, MONDAY July 2* Cash at the fall of the hammer, , MR. WO ULEY Will sel! by auction, unreservedly, at 12 oclock, DNDjSIíÍMED PLEDGES, in considerabln variety, and in-smart lo's, from _ Air. Sims Liverpool-street. Mr. Worley conceives it to be a good tithe to abolish the practice of out-door sales, of unredee nied pledges and to adopt the more civiliapd method pursued in the Great City of J selling *at the Auction Mart MONDAY 17th JULY. Exceedingly Desirable Property. Cottage ii opulence and Large., G m den Melville-street and John-street. It would be difflcult'to over-estimate tho advantages of a largo garden in connection with a family dwelling, to sny nothing of ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

[FTOWÄi! (BA2AM. Corner of Collins and Argyle Streets. The undersigned begs to inform his friends and the public gen- erally, that, having taken the premises situate at the corner of Collins and Argyle-streets, lately in the occupation of Mr Gellie he has opened the same as a FURNITURE BAZAAR, and having carried on an extensive Cabinet Furniture Business, for many years in New South Wales, he trusts that his experience in the above business, combined with attention to all orders with wich he mav be favoured, will ensnre him a share of public patronage. A SUPERIOR HEARSE WITH PLUMES, &c, &c,&c and And having conducted the Funeral business in connexion with the manufacture in New South for twelve years, he can as- sure his friends and the public that he will be able to couduct Funerals in the most respectable manner. All orders shall receive his personal attention. EMM IHN. Cheap Doors and Sashes. On Sale by the undersigned, at his Furniture Bazaar, 350 PANNELL...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

OEIGINAL ETHIOPIAN W( "OTJLT) respectfully announce to the vv Ladies and Gentlemen of Hobart Town and vicinity, that they have engaged The Eoyal Victoria Theatre, For a short season, and will give a series of j MUMS, COMME1.CING OK MONDAY 'EVENING JULY 17th, and every evening during.the week, except Saturday. The compsay wish to state that their pro. gramme will be changed nightly, and that they have aleo a new collection of Songs with original words. The following list of Songs are a part of them, and they bave never before been sung in this colony. 1-All the Old Folks are gone 2-.My Old Kentucky Home 8-I'll throw myself away 4-Unole Tom's Farewell 5-Massa ia the Cold Ground 6-Bones's Trip to the World's Fair 7-The Futare's but a Dream 8-My Chloe is no more 9-Gall from the South 10-Susan Dear li-Lilly Dale 1%-Dinah's Serenade 13-Nancy Beti 14 She's gone to Alabama State 15-My dear Lliza 16-Ida May 17-Alabama again l8-The Haunted Well 19-Dinah Bfake 20-The Young Folks at Home 21-Hav...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. Nil. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

&J]i]!jiing %ipû ARKIVALS. Nil. Signalized, brig I<ouisn, trom Aiieiame, DEPARTURES. July 17-Brig Gertrude, 119 tons,'Watts, for Geelong, with sundries ; passenger*-M rs Watts. Agent Master. --17-Schooner Eleanor, 180 ton», Scott, for Melbourne, with sundries; passengers-Mr Wilson. Agent, J Guthrie. ' June. 1&-Qvîg 8í.'ii3dc,'110 lim, fer Gee- long. J. M. Watts, master, with sundries. ¡schooner Eleanor, ISO ton'., for Melbourne, Ä. Scott, master, with sundries. Tnn "Hobarton Mercury" is published on tho morn ings of Wednesday and Saturday, an edition is also forwarded" hy post, on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday to the country. It is circulated extensively in this and the neighbouring colonies, as well as Europe nnd America. This paper Is filed, and may be seen free of charge at IïoUoway'ë Pill and Ointment Establishment, 244, Strand, ¿ontfon, where advertisements and subscrip- tions are received for this periodical Taft "IIoBAinox Mebcuev" office being...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

Royal Eagle Saloon, Union Hotel, í CORNER OF LIVERPOOL AND CAMPBELL-STREETS, HOBART THE above Popular Place of AMUSEMENT, with a Good cbmbinatio of talent is open every evening under the Management of Mr. \ RILEY nd conducted- with that Propriety which cannot fail to meet the appro- bation of any Moralist who has Philantrophy enough in his nature to jdlow the working mans enjoying an° hours innocent amusement AFTER HIS DAY'S TOIL. J.M1TS0N, Proprietor.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

unredeemed Pledges. At the Mtrt, MONDAY July 24 Cash at the fall of the hammer, MR. WURLEY Will sell by auction, unreservedly, at 12 oclock, ÜNDEEMED PLEDGES, in considerable variety, and in smart lots, from [ Mr. Sima Liverpool-street. Mr. Worley conceives it to be a good dme to abolish the practice of out-door sales of unredee- med pledges and to adopt the more civilised method pursued in the Great Cityofg selling at the Auction Mart. MONDAY 27th JULY. Exceedingly Desirable Property. Cottage Residence and Large Garden Melville-street and John-street, It would be difficult to over-estimate the advantages of a large garden in connection with* a family dwelling, to say nothing of the pleasure experienced in watching the silent and uniform operations of Nature. - MR, WORLEY Is instructed to sell'by Public Auction, on MONDAY, the 26th June, at half-past 1 I for two o'clock, at the Mart, Elizabeth j street, A COMPACT Weather-boarded Cottage in first-rate condition, having recently under...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

CHIT CHAT. A S two Gentlemen (whose names, for certain reasons, we do not ment n) wer j\, walking through town yesterday, we heard the following dialogue t»l-e place between them : I want to know Where I should go, For such attire As I require ; And you, no doubt, Can point me out Some Mart where I May safely buy. I heard you say The other day, That you could name A house whose fame Is now unfurled, Throughout the woild. With this in view I look to you, To tell me where I should repair, For nothing less Than first-rate dress ? You're quite correct In this respect, And, as your friend, I'd recommend That you should start For MYERS' Mart ; You need not fear To purchase there, The Articles Which MYERS Sells. .Tis MYERS'S aim To gain a name, By pleasing all Who moke a call. I therefore say, As well I may, That none should miss A Mart like this. MYER ' City Mart, Liverpool-street« Any article Purchased, and not approved'of, will be immediately EXCHANGED. t2th June 1854. CAMPBELL TOWN HOU...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

NOT SELLING OFF* WITHOUT pretending to adopt tho Fashionable Puff of 8EIa.'fiG" OFF the vth dersigñed will nevertheless guarantee that he sells Goods infinitely Cheaper than thoae resartinff to snob an expedient, the truth of wh'ch eui bo gathered from tho very simple but telang fact of the daily increase of his business, and of those kind friends who have once patronized him, agaiu and again favouring him with a call. His stock has latterly been very considerably increasedvper late arrivals, and now oom-, prises nearly every article of Gentlemen's, Boy's and Youth's Ready-made Cloth- ing, Shirts, Hats, Gaps, Blankets, Hosiery, &c. And is in constant receipt of fresh Gooda. No damaged Goods sold. . **?"* , , , , , . I li | l> l>-\il< l>-> l> It .li HI. li I. ^ ' N.B. Country orders carefully attended to» NO SECOND BRICE. W. GRAHAM, 78 Liveroool'Street, next door to Murphy's Leather Warehouse, and nearly oppose 1 . F ' Watchorns Emporium. "

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THE LICENCING MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

THE LICENCING MOVEMENT. Pursuant to appointment, the depu- tation appointed at the late public meeting of Licensed Victuallers waited upon His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor yesterday, for the purpose of presenting the Petition and Resolution adopted on that occasion. His Excellency received the depu- tation in the most courteous manner, and freely discussed the subject, as- suring the depu tation that it was his intention at the next Bitting of the Legislative Council to have all the Laws now iu force for regulating pub- lic bouses co nsolidnted and amended, in order that all classes of the commu- nity may be benefitted. To the peti- tion and resolution His Excellency was pleased to give the following reply : Gentlemen, . > The Resolution appended to the Peti- tion to the Magistrates embodies two distinct requests,-first, that 1 would take into serious consideration the subject matter of the Petition itself ; second, that I should decline acced ng to a request which it is as...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

Boyal Victoria Theatre* KAINER'a ORIGINAL ETHIOPIAN S ERE XA DER S. . THIRD GRAND CONCERT On WEDNESDAY Evening, July 19 Entire Change of Programme presented. PBOGRA.MME. PART FlttST. Introductory Cvciture. Full Band Opening Chorus-Come, dear- , , est Dine, from Linda. Company Shining Silver Moon. Foans Helle of Tennesee.- Moran Aly Old Kentucky Home (new 'first time) . Brower Mv Chloe's no moro (now, ¿rom Uncle Tom's Cabin) . White As 1 view now ('from La Som- námbula) . Rainer My Brother Gum . Moran Old Pine Tree. White Dandy Broadway Swell . llainer Part First to conclude with She's gono to Alabama Stato (new, first time). Moran Interval of ten minutes. PAOl SECOND. Solo-Flutina.,. Bryant Favourite Ballad . "White. Solo-Banjo..'. Moran Characteristic Danjo. Trio-Brower, Moran, and White. The evening's Entertainment to conclude with MISS LUCY LONG in Character, by Foans, received with un- bounded applause on Monday .Evening. Musical Director. J. C. Rainer Cau'db of Admission. Priva...

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" The country is almost ruined with pion white people: such pious politicians we have, just before elections—such pious goings on in all departments of Church and State, that a fellow does uot know who will cheat him next"—St. Clair to Hayley,"Uncle Tom's Cabin" TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MERCURY." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

" The country is almost ruined with p ion white people : such pious politicians we have, just before elections-such pious goings on in all departments of Church and State, that a fellow does uot know who will cheat him next"-St. Clair io Hayley,"Uncle Tom's Cabin" " TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MEKCÜKY." Sir,-I am a very old hand in this colony and, as you may suppose, I have seen in my day Homo very extraordinary things. 1 recollect the erection of tho building of the Macquarie Hotel, formerly called Birch's Castie, when a printed placard was put up -"This place built in the reign of Governor Macquarie." I could tell moat curious tales of Governor Davey's government, and the biuhrnngers Howe, Brady, M'Cabo cum mult is, allis. I have lived pnder the pov crnment of Davey,Sorell, Arthnr, Franklin Wilmot, and perhaps, I may see Denisoii's out ; -but all these events pink into sheer insignificance, with certain pro- ceedings ot certain Magistrates to btop drunkenness .No person can deny that t...

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Imperial Parliament, HOUSE OF LORDS. WITHDRAWAL OF THE REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

Imperial Parliament HOUSE OF LORDS. WITHDRAWAL OF THE REFORM BILL. Lord John Russel, on moving the adjourn- ment of the House over the Easter recess to the 27th ult, and fixing the day of humiliation and prayer for the 26th, withdrew the new reform bill for the present session, and explained at some length the intentions of the Government respecting it, and the reasons which induced them to withdraw it. When the measure was brought forward the war had not been declared, and the Government were not without hopes that the European complication would have been am- icably decided. But war having been declared a new state of affairs arose involving the minis- try in new duties in reference to the interests of the country. Besides, there was no e[n]thusiasm manifested throughout the country in favour of the bill ; and in the House there did not appear to be any desire to have it pressed forward. Under these circumstances the Governmeut con- sidered that if they endeavoured to carry it thr...

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THE RUSSIAN AGENTS AND THEIR MISSION TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

THE RUSSIAN AGENTS AND THEIR MISSION TO AMERICA. Considerable excitement has been crea- ted by the publication of the reports which have been current during the last few days in the relation to the mission of certain agents of the Russian Government at pre- sent in this city. The reports were to the effect, that these agents have been sent to this country by the Czar, for the express purpose of contracting with some of our ship-builders to construct a number of privateers, and have them fitted out and manned at the most available points on our Atlantic coast. All these reports and rumours we have endeavoured to find out the foundation of, and if possible, to ascertain the facts upon which they are based, we have made inquiries into the pro- per quarters, and find there is very little foundation for the statements. Mr. Webb, it was said, had received an order from the Czar to build a number of screw propellers and several Russian officers had been sent here to superintend their const...

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LATEST NEWS VIA MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

LATEST NEWS VIA MALTA. Malta, May l8.-The late arrival of the P. and O. Co.'s new ship Simla consequent upon her having broken two of the fans of her screw in a heavy gale of wind during her passage across the Bay of Biscay, enables us to give you the following copy of a letter from Gal- lipoli, dated 9th instant. The Vulcan, en route to Malta, has just called in here, and on the chance of this reaching you sooner than the regu- lar post I send a line to inform you of of the safe arrival here of the Duke of Cambridge and suite. We arrived here about half an hour ago, and the Duke has gone ashore, to have an interview with General England, in command of the British troops in this place. The   roadstead at Gallipoli is full of trans- ports (about a hundred and twenty sail) nearly all of which are French,and there are besides five French line-of-battle ships, besides Turkish frigates and cor- vettes. All the vessels of war have sa- luted the prince with tremendous salvos o...

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THE CZAR'S REPLY TO THE DECLARATION OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

THE CZAR'S REPLY TO THK DECLARATION OF WAR. The Journal de St. Petersburg, of the   12th April, contains a long manifesto from the Emperor of Russia, in reply to the declaration of war, in which England and France are charged with having manifested undue partiality from the outset towards the side of Turkey in this contest ; and that partiality, coupled with unjust sus- picions of Russia, is stated to have drawn them, through a series of " increasing ex- actions," into " the path of war" with Russia. After alluding to the alleged dangers arising from Russian aggrandise- ment, he endeavours to show that Europe has more to fear from the Allied Powers opposed to Russia : It is for Europe, not for the Two Powers to decide if the general equilibrium really runs the risks which are attributed to it from the supposed excessive preponderance of Russia. It is for it to examine which weighs heaviest today upon the freedom of   action of states - Russia left to hersel...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

DERWENT AND TAMAR Fire, Life and Marine Assurance COMPANY, HOBART TOWN. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1S45 CAPITAL^£100,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. muterons. Samuel Moses, Esq. | Josiah Spode. Eeq Thomas Brown, Eoq. I Thoa. Boot, Esq. StephenAddison,Esq. | Directors at Launceston St. J. T. Brown, Esq. | J. C. Brown, Esq Manager-Thomas Hewitt, Esq. Accountant-Alfred Garrett, Esq. Solicitor-Andrew Crombie, Esq. Agent at Launceston-C. J. Weedon, Esq. Agents tor the payment of claims in Loudon MesBt'B. Richardson, Brothers, St. Helen's Place. FIRE AND MARINE RISK are taken by this Company, and claims for loss or average upon the latter are made pay- able in London, if required, policies for the flame being granted in triplicate. Parties insured by his Office against risk of fire are requested, to take notice, that annual "policies which expire on the 1st of May on the 1st November, shall be renewed within fifteen days thereafter, otherwise they be como void ; reeceipts for the premiums upon euch re...

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FORTUNES TO BE MADE. A HINT TO COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

FORTUNES TO BE MADE. A HINT TO COLONISTS. The price of Russian produce, tallow and hemp in particular, is rising. Now, some of our colonies can easily produce one or other of these articles ; and others can produce substitutes for them. Aus- tralia, with its immense herds of cattle, now that the navigation of the Darling is bringing the stations close to the sea-coast, might in a year or two send us tallow to any extent. All our tropical colonies could increase their production of cocoa- nut oil, which may rival the palm oil of Western Africa, already an important com- petitor with tallow in our grease market. Again, the northern settlements of Aus- tralia had better try their powers of pro- ducing hemp and flax, which require fewer labourers than the cotton they have been advised to attempt growing. Bristles are an important item among the exports of Russia ; in New Zealand the porcine race has already multiplied sufficiently to render a trial of the bristle manufacture feasible. O...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 19 July 1854

Caveat Board 18th July, 1854. NOTICE is hereby Fgiven, that the fol- lowing Claims to Grants of Land will be investigated by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or 'time, diately after the 18th day of Sept. next, on or before which day any caveat or ".counter claim must be entered : ? Thomas John Bonner. Township of Launceston. Oa. 2r. 10 9-10p. (Originally looated to William Elliott, under whom and Walter Synnott, Mary Jano Synnott, Geo. Synnott, Marcus Sjjynnott, and Montague Williams applicant claims.) Bounded on the south west by 3 chains 10 links south- easterly along allotments occupied by or belonging to James Sutor and John Crisp respectively commencing at the north angle of the first mentioned' allotment on Balfour-, street at a point thereon distant 3 chains in, a north-easterly direction from George-st., on the south east by L chain C3 links north- easterly along part of an allotment granted to David Solomon now occupied by or belonging to Joshua Lyons, on ...

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