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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

DAGUERREOTYPE ORÏMÎT ESTABLISflHENT $o. 5 Macqnarie-strcet, Three doors fi&îE. the Van Diemen's land Bank. Mn. Cheihiy, having one of Voigtlander's Quick Acting Cameras, is able to take Pictures on the darkest days, equal m every respect to those taken dining blight sunshine, while it enables him to produce Portraits which, in point, of expression, shaipness 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-pi ice in lieu of unsatisfactory Daguerreotypes that may have been taken by other ai lists previous to «he invention being so highly perfected, or who might not have possessed the mechanical advantages Mr. C. does. Hours of Auendance fiom nine a.m. to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

. George Pryde, LATE MASTER MARINER, , (ßuccetsor lo John Johnson,) SHIP-CHANDLER, and SAILMAKER Geueral Grocer, Tea, Wine and ? in' Meiehant, near the "Custom House " / £ * * ' WHARF, Hobart Town. BREAD AND BISCUIT KAKEÏ1 . ELIZABETH STREET. N.B.-Shipping supplied on the «hartes notice. -Ü. *. Just Received Fresh suply of Holloway Ointment and Pill« 'Keating'« Cough Lozenges '.Fancy Soaps, Price and Gosnell Essence of Lemon Tartarus Acid , Jamada Ginger j Sulphnrio Acid ''Tabors Seidlitz, |Lomonads and > . ' Ginger Beer Powders .- Arsenic in 1 cwt. and 3 cwt. casks, ,- the most effectual cure for scab ' Corrosive Sublimate ; Mercurial Ointment 1100 doz. pints and half-pints'Castor Oil ""Also advice of j 00 packages, shipped ' on board the <f Antipodes," <4Earl of Ches- ter," and other vessels. Johw Wilkinson, Wanted, }A NAPPRENTICE at tlie Mercury office. A l\ good opportunity offers for a well educated .uth. Wanted Immediately, AMAN and his'WIFE, witho...

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY NOV. 21 AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

(Tnrammial ântellipn,' HOBART TOV\ N, TUESDAY NOV. 21 AGRICULTURAL« AVhëat.per bush O l8 0 to O lV'6 J-,nKlish Barley.\.. O 11 0 to O 0 0 t'*pe ditto.O »OtoO 00 Oaucolonial.O 9 O to O 10 O Flourperton.84 0 0 to 35 0 0 Hay loose.».....'10 0 01o 12 O O Hay, pressed. 13 O O to 14 OG r H vdraulic -di rto -<...-.Fi OT» to O o 0: Stiaw. 6 O O to 8 00 ^ ¿ARDEN PRODUCE. - feas, per buchel .. O 6 O to O 7 O Beans, cer hiisbe.1 O O to O O o 'TrtreB . 1 O OtoO O O: Potatoes, per ton. 34 O O to 35 O o Onions per Ib .O 2 OtoO 2 O Cabbages,'per dozen.O «t OtoO 6 O Caulillowers per dozen O C O to O 7 O Canots, per doz. O 4 O to O ü n Apples, per bushel . 1 10 o-to 13 O O DAIRY.PRGDUCE. -*r Bultw, per pound .O 2 8 to O 3 6 Cheese, per pouud .O 1 4 to O 2 0. WINES AND SPIRITS S s. d Brandy, Morrel)'». O 13 o Do. U.&Cns. O 13 6 HumlOo.p., W. J. 0 7 0 Kum30o.p., " . O 8 O Do. 3<>o.p.,E. J-. 0 6 3 Ale, Burton,Basa' . O O O -Do. Ind an.i Smith. 8 10 6 J)o. Other brands. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

For Sale by the Undersigned, Ex Abberton, AN Assortment of Chaise Cart Wheels, made of the best materials and quite complete 4f. 9in. and 'ft. IO Jin. diameter. Lignum Vit« bowls and skittle balls and skit- tles. One ICnglish-made pony gig. J. Williams, Tianoforte Maker. November 20th. BY APPOINTMENT, Agent for the Sale of Kirknian's Celebrated Pianofortes. THE "Undersigned is tiow lawling ex Glen- bervie, a consigment of these f¡r¿t class instruments of various sorts, to which he solicits the attention of persons requiring a PIANO- FORTE for use, as they are not to be surpassed in touch or tone by any imported. N. B. Several elegant Instruments at low prices, J. WILLIAM», -Pianoforte Maker. The Steamer Monarch. Messrs BROWN and THOMPSON, the proprietors of the above-named favourite,''d;i ire to reiterate their grateful acknowledgments for the liberal and continuous support which has hitherto rewarded tneir extensive operations on the Uiver Derwent,. They have now the plea- sure to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

Prints TLnsfli-s, Barege Bosses At the Ci!y Mart, On THURSDAY. 23rd November, .At 12 o'clock» BY MR. ELLISTON <.\ CA « P. ?* F.ngVsh Prints, fast colours ass ¿j- t>rt< <l patterns 100 Pieces Muslin 45 13 a lege Dresses ALSO, A few very handsome -ball dre ses . Terms-Cash under £50 Stock of a Dealer. At the rity Matt, On THURSDAY, the 23rd November it 12 o'clock, BY MR. ELLISTON, rpBF Whole of the V iscellancous Stock-in J . trade the property of Mr J Coleman which will be removed to the ( ity Al art, for convenience of sale, comprising : Ladies' and Gentlemens' itovwood Dressing Case*, "wak boxes, looking glasses, porcelain images and vases, -toilette and scent bottle«, varied assortment of perfumery, flutinas, accor- déons, concertinas, cruet . frames, liquor stanc's, various toys, Gold Silver and other Wa*chcs a quantity; of jewellery {with'along list oí sun- dries and useful nic-nacs of every kind and df s cription, the whole of which will be u...

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Shipping Report ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

epping l\r{ioit ARRIVALS. Nov. 17--Brig June, Ï78 tons, Walker, .from Gi'cioiiîî. -ib-litiKiue Tarbprr Castle, 187 torts, <.Durv< y, from Melb'urnp, 12.li instant, with U u ano. A2Piit,«D'>wirns[ _l8-Uri«' Willuun I lill, Tresurtha, Ti on Gwinni», 7'h iiifi'hnt, wuh sundries. Aiivub, MM'hetson imd'Fimnria. -19- Unique ita-fill-', 195 tons, Mooro rfioni l'o't A herí, 12 h instant, withf43< cattle- and 240 bhcop. Passt-ngei, Sir Ber- wick. Agent, ihe master. ,_19_bi>li'ioiK i Oí-« »m Queen, 130 tons Mal ott, trun MelUurne loch iif-t.mt, with * Ciiivis ami 130 sheep. 1 a^engeis, tV.tsbiH Ko« *»!... ¡iHii ¡smith, ami 5 stem age. Agent, ? the Mils'«'. _-I»-» irque Il-leu P.-Pajre '190 tons. Sprinp, tn.m l'oit Albeit, with ¡'9 cattle and -JiUO hbcep. 'J we a »bin pnsiengers. Wail, I parcel. A iront, W A' Gue«-dnn. _19-Haq'ic FnvoMtc, 198 tons Allan .^.om hylntv 4th in-tunt,. with sundries j-assenons, Ali J Paikur. Mail, one bag. -A^enr, the Alas'er. ...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1854 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY,'NOVEMBER 22, 1864 It often happens when a man finds him- self partly successful in carrying out any fanciful project that may have insinuated itself info his brain, -that in a panic of over excitement at his unexpected pro-, I gress, he is carried headlong down the I current of action, and finds at last that his own impetuosity has defeated the <:ause to the attainment of which his first impulse was directed; and fortunate indeed would it be if such a negative result were always the sole danger to be feared ; as it too often happens that not only is the good intended placed farther beyond thereaclr, but an evil of an oppo- site kind actually induced. , So it may be with our Legislative Council and its pet progeny-the-act to annihilate in- temperance. A circular has been for waitled to-the magistracy throughout the island as the conveyance of intimation on the part of the ^Colonial Secretary that the new licensing act is to be ad- here...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

DEATH. On the 21st of November, Robert Burns Cleary, aged 25 years. His funeral will take place on Thursday,   (to-morrow,) from his mother's residence, Veteran's Row, at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon. Friends are respectfully invited.  

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LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE ENGLAND. The political intelligence is upon tlie whole uninteresting. Except the dis- cussions that from time to time served to elicit Mr. BisraeVs brilliant sarcasms and Lord John Russell's not very vigor« ous replies upon the conduct of the war we can find nothing in either house of parliament worthy of the name of a debate. Some public meetings had been held condemnatory of the conduct of the ministry in not pushing the war on more speedily, in which iron masters and cotton spinners tendered their advice to the Earl of Aberdeen on foreign policy, and to my Lord Raglan and Marshal S'Arnaud on the conduct oí a campaign. The "haran- gues of Kosiuth were the sources whence most of the:e oratois derived their idea?, such as they were, and they are not worth repeating. In the social history the most impor- tant item was the completion of the cen- sus, which is indeed a most remarkable document, and will'furnish materials for the futuie historian of our time....

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SORELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

SORELL. On Wednesday last a public meeting took place in the above township for the purpose of ascertaining finally the wishes of the rei-i dents in the neighbourhood "with refeience toa proposed .amalgamation1 bot ween the Sorell Steam'Navigation Company and the Rastern Coast Company. , Among tlmae preseut we noticed ¡Messrs. Monison, M.L.O., Allport, Mather,.Lips- combe, Welsh, Glover, Paterson, Iles, and a latgn number of peisonB interested in the district. At the request of tho'-meeting .the chair was occnpiod by Dr. Lee, when it wau agreed nem, con., on the motion of Air. Monison seconded by Mr. Paterson, that the people of Sorell should procure a boat of their own Air. Allport offered Borrie observations in support of the union, deprecating in terms not too complimentary to the inhabitants of the distiiut. anything in the iorm of a local director, and » ulo. ing tho ability of the Hobnrtoiuuusiu the management ot steam, companies. Air. .v ather also made a few remarks coiiimrn...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

Local Inteligence Mrs. Brougham.-The Melbourne Morning Herald states that is the intention of this favourite actress to return on the ex- piration of her term here, taking with her   the best of our corps dramatique, to strength- en a company she is about forming where- with to open a theatrnrf her own at Mel- bourne. We should have thought they lind attractions enough and to spare at that city. Smith O''Brien.-'Letters from this gentleman have been received by Mr. John Macnamara of Sydney, and by Mr. P. J. Smyth, at present, we believe, in this city, bearing date the 24th of September, and written on board the Hindostan, Mr. O'Brien sepearated from his friend and com- panion, Mr John Martin, at Ceylon, and deviated from his homeward course for the purpose of visiting his brother-in-law, Major Gabbet, who resides at Madras. The state- ment ol' the " Munster News*' copied into   the " Courier,'' That Mr. O'Brien had arrived in Belgium, is incorrect. ' THE SC...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

BLACK BALL LINE   AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. Passenger arrangemens from England to Van Diemen's Land. THE celebrated BLACK BALL LINE of Australian Packets. Ships. Reg. Capt. Lightning, new 2098 Forbes Oliver Laing, new ... 1275 Manning: Champion of the Seas, 2280 Newlands Bonnie Jean.new Aboidoen ) «««;-,_ cupper.2000} M Carthy Schomberg, new. 2300 Duguid Marco Polo. 1025 M'Donnell James Baines nw. clip. 2 too OceanTiSiicf new. 12ü0 Tobin Indian Ocean .... 1051 Mill   Elisabeth Harrison new 1404 Jackson And other first-class clipper ships, Sail ti»ice a month from "England for Adelaide Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart Town and Launceston; The owners of the above well-known Line of Packet Ships beg; to state that tiley ' have made arrangements by which parties in tin* country can engage Passages for their 'Friends from Eng- land, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, to this Golnay, by paying the amount of the passage money to the undersigned, who grant passage certifica...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 22 November 1854

Fifty Pounds Reward WHEREAS Edward Adams, about sixty-five years of age, a native of, Leicestershire, England, and a resident in this colony for the last thirty-five years, left his home on Monday, the 10th of July last for the purpose of splitting some posts in a paddock called the Black Boy Paddock, at the Old Beach, and has been missing ever since, and is supposed to have met his death by unfair means. Twenty Pounds will be paid for the discovery of his body, and if it then appears that he met his death by un- fair means, then the further sum of Thirty Pounds will be paid on conviction of the -offender or offenders. ROBERT Parkinson, sen'r   Mount Sorell Hills, Brighton, 1st November, 1854.   HUON REGATTA. .TsDehsldof.Shipwright's Point, Huon. On . TUESDAY, 26th of ©ecr., of 185«. Boxing Day. 'tinder ¿he fatronage of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Go vernor. A . ,;MEETING'af:the Committee of Mana J\_ agement was held at the Franklin, on monday, 30th Octob...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

IRELAND. Great excitement has been caused in the Irish circles by the absconding of a Mr. Edmund O'Flaherty, late special commissioner of income tax for Ireland. It appears that he had been dealing largely in forged acceptances ; and at length had fled it is snpposed to Copen- hagen with a very considerable sum, the fruit of his ingenuity. His late ap- pointment had been one of a most im- portant and confidential nature j and. the circumstances had undergone a par- liamentary discussion, which resulted in sojtne discredit to the Aberdeen min- istry. A subscription for Father Mathew ' was getting up with every chance of suc- cess, to defray the expense of a journey to Maderia, which had been pronounced requisite for his health. . ' The Lord Lienteuant (Earl St. Ger- mans') had had two narrow escapes from accidents. He was to leave Dublin on ' the 9th September ; and, it was antici- pated, would not again return to Ireland in his present capacity. It is believed that he will be the hi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

SYDNEY. In commercial matters we can report no alterations. The Herald of the 11th, thus speaks :*. The market closes this week with rather more heaviness than that' «vith; which it opened ; at the same time, however, a slight general improvement has, upon the whole, een established. The arrivals, though not unexpected, have been heavy, and have tended, in a measure, to check the upward tendency ex- perienced in the early part of the week. But for these, quotations, we believe, would have ruled 5 fo 10 per cent, higher ; there being now a better feeling, and much less want of confidence. The rates of both discount and exchange remain the same, and there is no probabi- lity, we presume, of any alteration for some few weeks to come. Money continues easy. Tallow maintains its price from 53s 6d per cwt. to 60s ' v A ^'" to mcreaBe the duties on spirils had been introduced into the council hythe government and passed with unusual rapidity. The duties will now stand thus .. Brandy and Gin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

BIRTH. At Franklin, Huon, Mrs. A. W. Rouse of a daughter.

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Commercial Intelligence. HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY NOV. 24. A[?]RICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

(Cmitmmifll Snblligttiw» HOBART TOWN, FRIDAY NOV. 24. AGRICULTURAL*. Wheat .per bush 0 12 0 to 0 12 6 English Barley. OllOtoO 00 Cape ditto.0 » 0 to 0 0 0 Oatscolonial. 0 9 0 to 0 10 0 Flourperton..34 0 Q to 35 0 0 Hay loose.9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Hay, pressed. 13 0 0 to 14 0 0 Hydraulic ditto. 14 0 0 to 0 0 0 Straw. 6 0 0 to 8 00 "¿ARDEN PRODUCE. Peas, per bmhel. 0 C OtoQ, 7 0 Beans, ner hw>he* .... 1 0 OtoO 0 0 Tares . 1 0 0 to 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. 34 0 0 to 35 O 0 Onions per lb.0 2 0 to 0 2 0 Cabbages, per dozen . 0 4 0 to 0 5 0 Cauliflowers per dozon 0 6 OtoO 7 6 Cai rots, per doz. 0 4 OtoO 0 0 Apples, per bushel .; 1 10 »to if) O 0 DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, per pound .0 2 3 to 0 2l\6 Cheese, per pouud ....0 1 4 to 0 2/0 WINES AND SPIRITS S 8. d Brandy, Martello . 0 13 0 Do. , U.&Cos.'..... 0 11 O Rum 10 o.p., VV. J. 0 7 0 RumSOo.p, ,. 0 8 0 Do. 30 o.p., E. J,.,.... 0 3 3 Ale, Burton,Bass' .10 0 0 Do. Ipd ani Smith . 8 10 6, Do. Other brands. 9 o; 0 | Tà-yloi 's Stout . 7 1...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. FRIDAY, 24TH NOVEMBER, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

SUPREME COUKT.. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Fkidat, 24th .November, 1854.' Their Honors took their seats at eleven o'clock. HARVEY V. I'LEXMOn E. Mr. Knight moved that the rule uni granted on Friday last, calling, upon the plaintif! to show cause why the verdict in this case should not be set aside, and a new trial grank-d upon the grounds set forth in the nflidarits, be now made absolute. The Attorney-General shewed cause at considerable lenglh, adducing: many autho- rities and cogent reasons, why the" verdict shouM not be disturbed , which having been replied to Dy Mr. Knight, Their, Honors discharged the rule .[with COftS. Ex parte Joseph Hon*1, B-q , Commis- sioner. In the matter of Thomas and John Woodcock Graves, " (3cuts., &o." Their Honors gave judgments in the mat. ter adverso to the' applicant, upon the ground that the learned commissioner had noTight to make an application to punish the solicitors of ono court for an alleged offence committed in another. Had the parties co...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

-»«IWW^iMXI i l»lll FOUR HORSE WHIPS WITH WHALEBONE TOPS Silver mounted whips Ditto, holly leather handles Carriage dito, whalebone tops Ladie's silver mounted riding whips, very neat Gentlemen's riding whips, fsilver mounted, in great variety. Gut cart whips, in endless variety. On sale by tho undersigned, f% ?<è Bleat Mart, Battery Point. The undersigned having purchased a large and superior stock of good meat, is prepared from this date to supply his custom- ers sand the inhabitants of Battery Point at the following low prices Beef, fore quarter, 5d. per lb. Beef, hind quarter, Bd. per lb. Roast Beef and steaks, Cd. per lb. Boiling Beef, 5d. per lb. Corned Beef, 5d. per lb Mutton, side, 5d. per lb. Fore quarter Mutton, 4d per lb. Hind quarter Mutton, Cd. per lb. Lamb, 3s 6d. per quarter Veal, l'Od. per lb. Pork, Is. per lb. Lard, Is 4d. per lb. N. B. Bacon1 Is. per lb» Hams, Is. 3d per lb. SHIPPING SUPPLIED at 6d. per lb For Cash only, deliverable at the Mart. B. WOOD,...

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The Mercury: TOWN EDITION. HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 25 November 1854

*ÈÊ$ fr1^ TCwN EDITION.. HOBART TOWN,: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25th, 1S54 Thk statementpf the Revenue lor the quarter ending 30th September last published in thç. Gaiette.of»Tuesday, is by no means an encouraging document, when compared .with that of the Colonial income for the corresponding quaiter of 1853. It is separated into two heads,general ' revenue and tenitorial revenue, the I former of which may be taken as indi- cating the actual condition of trade in the colony ; the latter, from the nature of its main source (sale of crown lands), rather shewing increased activity cn the part of the Government in bringing land into the market to.absorb the savings of former prosperity than any present agricultural or commercial activity. Turning to tire general Tevenue we find a net decrease in the Customs of not less than £5677 14s, 8d. on the quarter-as compared with the amount cleiiyed from, that source in the. three months ending 30th September last year. The totaj income, from the Custo...

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