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European Summary. THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

European Summary» THE SEAT OF WAR. OUR Extraordinary of yesterday will 1 ave put our readeis in possession of the most prominent events that have occurred at the seat of war, n e now give some slight outlines of the early operations and resume our summary. It appears that on the 14th Septem 'ber'the allied armies to the number of ó>000 effected a landing at Old Tort, about 0 » milco from Sebastopol, they anived at daybreak and before night landed all their infantry, and part of theil artiHeiy, and on the J 7th had completed their disenib akation. '1 hey were covered by the fleet under Sir Edmund I yons, the Russians making no opposition. After resting a day or two the armies under Lord Kaglan and Marshal > t. Arnaud proceeded on theTOute to Sebastopol, Prince Men s?hekoff wit i 50,00 J men laying in 4heir wayr on the heights above the Alma. The train of opeiations after that date up to the fall of ^sbastopol our readei s h ive already before them, details must be waited ior un...

Publication Title: Hobarton Mercury, The
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Public Amusements. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

JfoMit #wtt»nts., IlnYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Mr Scttou Parry takes his bonafit on Al o inlay evening when wo hope ho will have the fnlb'it house oí tho sea son. As an aster, ho has buen one of the host yot introdu- ced to ths Hobarton 'stage.* "".li stago manager wo can ? unruly say too much In his favour Hoir much the pieces hat huvo been drought forward fill Benson, owe to his exertions can only be appreciated by thosa who ena''led to draw comparisons with former representations. In these dnyB correctness of coBtumo and scenery, form essential elements In the perfection of the stage, wo doiiotsay that Mr Parry has done all that was required, but we do say that ho has done more with the means at his command, than could have been anticipated, and wo hopo that our play-goers will mus cr strong to shew their appreciation of his efforts. Tho pieces aro " much ado about nothing" concluding with tho milliner's holiday."

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

VICTORIA. Our files are to the 6th instant. The meeting convened bv the mayor of Melbourne took place on Tuesday, about three thousand persons being supposed to be present. It is not possible to form a correct idea of what took -place from the account pub- lished in the Argus, but the proceedings evi- dently seem, to have been attended with a very riotous confusion. Certain cut 'and dried resolutions in favour of the Government were declared by the mayor to be carried ; this being done, the mayor vacated the chair, whereon one Dr. Einhling (who may this he?) was called to the seat of honor, and violent speeches were delivered hy sundrv babblers, and a resolution dictating to Sir C. Hotham the immediate dismissal of the Colonial Secre- tary as a condition of peace was carried, after which these suppoj-tPrs of law and order gave '. three deep groans for Mr. Foster, three cheers' for their chairman, nnd vociferous cheers for the diggers," and then separated. We have no reason to suppos...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

HOBART TOWN ? . ii . , , 1856 PAVILION FOINT. TH E FIFTEENTH Anniversary .Regatta,! in compriemoration of the Discovery of this-Ialand by Tas- man, in 1642, -will take place at the Pavilion Point on TUESDAY, the 2nd January nex . PATRON, Bis Excellency Sir W- T Denison COMMITTEE. Messrs. J Aldridge J, Airport T. Brown G. B. Brewer H, Heit C. BttBstain T.JD, Chapman R,1 Cleburne W. Curler G S Cotterell H. Cook E. H. Cole C. Colvin W. Champion ¡ C Degraves J. Dobson G. Dugaxd J. Dunn, junior W. ti, ElliHton J. M. Gould .C. Hall N. Lewis ' T. Y. Lowe» H. Lipscombe, jua J. Levien T. Macdowell A.1 H. Maning r. .W Midwood Messrs. A. Morrison S. Moses A. AI'Maughton A. Nicholas Alexander Orr P. Oldham P. O-ßeilly H. Power Arthur Perry W Robeition I. G. Reeves Lavington Roopo J. Risby R Reeves H. E. B. Reed U. Risby C, T. Smith G. htevenaon John Swan, junior ty. Sudden II. P. Tonkin R. Truro Joshua Westbrook Fi B Watson J. Watson R J kd wards Ensign Williams, 99th Regiment Çaptsina Captaiua...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

OATLANDS RACES. AT ameeting held this day at the Oat- lands Hotel, Oatlands, it was resolved that the Oatlands Races come on immedi- ately before the New Town Races. STEWARDS. H. F. Anstey, Esq.; M.L.C. Jhn Tabart. Esq. ' Wm. Harrison, Esq. Mr. Joseph McEwau. Mr. H. Coop. SECRETABT AMD TREA SURER. Mr. N.; A. Woods. FIRST DAV. The 'Oatlands Plate of 100 sovs., . with n sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each to come off ( the first day. (Entrance 2 sovs. Town Plate weights. SECOND DAY . Thp Midland .Cup of 130 sovs., with ( a sweep stakes of 10 tovs. each, to come' bli' on the, second day. Entrance 2 sovs., the Winner to pay 10, tovs. to the llace Fund. . Further particulars in a futuro advertise- ment. N. Ai WOODS. 1 - ' Secretary» Oatlands, NoV. 1 Uli, 1804«

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

BREA» AJVD BISCUIT BAKER ELIZABETH STREET. ' B.;-Shipping supplied on . tho shorto 3 'i notice. ' Ä Wanted [' M AN. SERVANT. Apply to Dr. Bright Collins Street. ' Dec. 6 City ot Ilolwfi Town. " General Election of Aldermen ' -- ; NOTICE TO nxTErAYEttS. , « Town Clerk'« Office.^ ___ % ~~* : 2nd December, 1854. HOTICE is hereby given, Out under the 30th ' section of the Municipal 'Act, no person be permitted or qualified to vote at the ensuing General Election of Aldermen, unless she shall, on or before the 31st day, of December instant have paid the whole"oi the City Rates due on the premises occu- pied by him, for the year ending February 28,1855. Attendance is given daily, from 10 to 4 o'clock, at the City Collectors Office, New Market, to receive payment of the rates. The Assessment Roll may be inspected at the vfflce of the Town Clerk, from 10 to 4 daily, until the 31st instant, and ratepayers ate requested to sec that their names arc properly inserted thereon. ' By order of the ...

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SHIP[?]ING. PORT OF HOBART. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

SHIPPING   PORT OF HOBART.   Dec 6 - Barque Duchess of Northumberland, 341 tons, G Mitchell, from Plymouth, Aug 10th, with   general cargo and emigrants; Surgeon Suuperinten   dent, John Page Julian, Esq. _(j-Ship Antipodes 64S tens, J McPhersoi. fiom London and'the Downs, 2dth August. Pat tenders-Mr and Alis Wilmot, 3 servants and 6 chil rcn, Miss Dinliam. Mr & Mrs Garrad, Mu» Wade, > is* liadrook, t«o Misses bedloru, mi Havvl.cs Mrs Dalling, Miss Lynch, two Miss Sampson. Mrs Cumming, ateerag--1 wo ¡His-s Lkmpkin Mr Lomplun, Jo in and William Hi« dlestm, Miss Browning L >ui>a Marun, Hanna and Janet Moore Marrett Í owe. Wary Murdoc Mr Howe. »Agents, Brown & Co. -G-Steamer Mimosa, 105 tons, Wm" Tho> trom G ..gow, 8th July, m ballast, passtngers Mr Thom and 8 children. Agents K-rr, i ogl _J 7-Steamer London, 436 tons, W Watts from Melbourne.in ballast: passengers-(Jol. Beevts 00th r?gt, Mr Stnobs, and Mr a...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

HEALTH RESTORED! HOLLOWAYS PILLS A permanent cure of a Diseased Liver oj many years' duration. Copy of a letter from Mr. Garnis, Chemist Yeovd, to Profe* soi«. H olio way DearSn,-In th» district your Pills command a more extensiv e sale than any other proprietary medicine before the pudhc. As a proof of their ¡ efficcy in Liver and Bilhous Complaints I may mention the followm T cases. A lady of Uns town j with whom I am personall acquainted' for year» \ was a severe sufferer from disease of the Liver and digestive organs ^ her medical attenbant assured j her that he could do nothing to relieve lier sutler« j logs, and it was not likely die could survive man} months. 1 his announcement naturally caused - great alar*» among her friends and relations, and and they induced I cr to make a trial of your Jftlls which so improved her general health that the was induced to continue them until she received a perfect cure. Ibis is twelve months ago, and she bas not experienced any svmptoms «t ...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

fatal Snfcllifltiiw COAL AT SPRING BAY.-On Wed- nesday u sampln of coat was biought up to town from tliu n ïneon Cfipt Viekery'b Pítate, at Spring Bay, and waa exhibited io: several .geutlett.ou at Mr. A li port's office. Tin I sample « ns obtaine i by beling, the water "having come' into the sliuft in too large n quantity to Lo coi. lid by meie manual labeur, a> d ihua piev.nted ihn eiPttl being raised in n large budy. Tho shah. ¡>abi>ut'162 f et down, and the team ol coal Btiuok 'upon is five feet in thickness About 89 fret b.4ow this, n is confidently anti- cipated, that, A riten deposit of bituminous coal Mill'be reached. Tad sp-chiton brought to lowii has beeti'decland by c inpt-tout judges to bo equal tO the-be*t qudiii"s of Port Arthur ïlio ihîit't is about a milo from th * water, w ith a geiule'Blopc d'jwn to.ilu place ol' shipment. CITY M-ISSTON.-The second nnni versaiy ineeuiig in lekbiaiitn ot tie e.'tabli h ii ent of tue 'Hobart Ti.wa City Misson "us held on Tue...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

> flOyAL VICTORIA THEATRE. "»TE. «EFTON PARRY'S BKNTFIT. Monday Ki ening» jil December 11th, underilla trammiate patinnnge ol'lns JJxcellency, ¡Sir William Thomas Denison. On rhis even înç-will be produced for the first time in thi colonies vlth -»H the resources of tlio theatre, SIi ikesp core's conn dy in ivoacts, mrltli'd MUCH At>o APOUT NOIIIISQJ Hen dick, lila great elim auter, Jl/r G K Jfuion. Dogbeny, Sir ¡ cfton Parry. Jieatricc, Mrs llroughnin. 'Jo conclude « itli tlie; laughable farce of the Mn.i.iUBi.sIIoLiiuy. Siijion Sparks, Mr Sefton Parry. Miss Potts, Mrs Brougham. Pituite r<xes, (is. Dress Chele, 5s Pit 2s. 6d Lessee, Mr. F, B. Watson, Stage Manager, Mr S Parry

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The Mercury: HOBART TOWN: SATURDAY, D[?]CEMBER 9TH, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

HOBAET TOWN : SATURDAY. ID.-CFMBBR 9TH," 18 5 4 NLXT to wisdom in the legislator, fitness ii tlie judge ranks highest in the requisites oj good goveirmenti and, perhaps, as ics ; jfects immediate consequences, the latter i , the more important. 1'ime is required te devplope the mischief of legislation ; the , effects of judicial incompeténey, from wh°.t ever cause it may arise, are manifest a ( once. If the defect be want of legal ac- quirements, the spectator w;ll speedily sec "the ie*idt in the audacity of counsel, an«, the indecision or;uncertainty of the judge :. >f it be oía more vulgafWd- ii inüimitj el teuton, Wty.> ««ufcUf«, yroötuew» lo de-v part beyond the bounds of judicial enquiry^ - t due or all of these be displayed,) tuen 'indeed the consequences^will ie,* inofe serious. For,''the «»ore common'the ¡in- firmity' the if ore general will bei the peï ception of its existence : not 'every man can tell whether a-judge is a sound lawyer ; but the most uninformed of his...

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EASTERN COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

EASTERN COAhT STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THERE was a meeting of the shareholders in this company on Wednesday afternoon, at the Royal Exchange, for the purpose of giving authority to the executive board to purchase, steam vessels, and for making all other 'ar- rangements that might ha necessary for bring- ing the undertaking to a practical issue. By a singular coincidence, almost immediately Tie fore the proceedings of the meeting com- menced, the steamer Mimosa, intended f *r th«1 company, arrived from the Clyde.   H. Anstey, Esq., M.L.C, was called to chair The discussion was purely of a' conversa- tional character, and it appeared from the valions speakers that tun vessels would be' required to curry on the trade regularly ; one a padtlle-wlicel steamer of light draught for the Sorell awl Pittwater line; and a screw vessel ' having the use of sails, and drawing more water, to ply on the eastern coast. It seems that the Mimosa is peculiarly adapted for the nrst-uattic ...

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FRANKLIN HUON. LICENSING MEETING, 1ST DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

FRANKLIN HUON. LICENSING MEETING, 1ST DECEMBER. Present-E. A. Walpole, Esq., A. P M., Chairman; J. D. Balfe, and John Kella- way, Esquires. The following applications were granted:   Charles Pulfer, Freak Hotel, Port Esper-   ance. John Broadhurst Bootham, Esperance Bay Hotel, ditto ( William Askew Armstrong, S'.eam Packet Tavern-, Blight's "Bay. "Richard Hill, Culloden Arms, Hospital Bay Huon-River. James Chitty/Oddfellows Hotel, Long-Bay, Huon River. John Lloyd, junr., Huon Hotel, Franklin. h ¡chard Chick, Ferry Inn, Iron Stone Creek, ditto. .; Solomon Beck, Culloden Tavern, Ship, wrights Point. Frederick Grattidge, Lady Franklin Hotel, Franklin. Elijah Brown, Franklin Hotel, ditto. ADJOl'RNBD. James Liitlejohn, Sawyers Arm«, Franklin. John Thorp,(teur., Shamrock Hotel, ditto, (new application.) I A remark was passed hy the beni h in refer- ence to the clause in the Licensing Act re- i quiring applicants to have their memorials I signed-by three residents...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

Teeth» " D R.SJÍI T H Has just received from the United' States, an extended assortment of ÀRTIFIOÏÀL TEETH, Which never change colour or separate' from tlie plate or root on wbicnjtthey inay be grafted, or become in any way impaired by use pronounced by the French Academy and tlie " tSreat Exhibition" to be the best, for beauty, lightness, strength, and resemblance to nature, from which tiny cannot be detected by the tln e^t scrutiny ; worn with ease ; subject tn no and noyaiiee 5 answer all purposes of. mastication ; ncvir candecay, or are offensive. TEETH STOPPED Ç33VTith pure gold, incomparably the best and for most teeth the only article ever discovered which adheres to the tooth without change. Pure chemically prepared tin, where expens is an object, or for the hibt teeth. All pain in stopping avoided. The most sen- sitive tooth saved. All pains arising from the teeth cured or prevented. Teeth extracted mill chloroform. All operations carefully performed and kept in order with...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

Immigration Office, Hobart Town, Oec.7th 185*. THE "DUCritíSá .f NOllfHUMBER L V .N D" having artived with emigrants, the married roen arid families (including some useful single females and ladi i, and the single men, will botorlureton board the.visse!,on FU1DAY, the 8th instant and following days, between the hours of IO end ti o'clock ( , The trades of the Emigrants are as'follows .- | «.. ' AI. S Agricultural Labourers. 24 4( Shepherds ....;...v...v..'. '.. 1 O Labourers ..;,......'...» 1 2 blacksmiths ,.^..T.'..... '2 0 Whitesmiths4.i;...-.....'...-'..'.," 'I 0 Bricklayers '..'.!...-'.*.M.'....3... < 1 1 | Masons ,... .*.....'..-.."...T^.....'..... "'ti Carpenters .<.'.;. ..¡.it. ..i.:...... (J1 0 Shoemakers.,. , 1 0 Plasterers.....i','"* .* ® I Coach Makers..'./:......Í.. - 1 0 Plumbers ..'.''..... L -<.'...'....'. 10 Cleiks or Shopmen ....'../ . ,2,0 CIcrK or Superintendent of road making.... 0 1 ¡»ervants (.domestic) «."......,........ 2 0 Ba...

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SUPREME COURT. Criminal S[?]tting[?]. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 1854. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) THE HUON PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 9 December 1854

SUPREME COURT. Criminal Sittings.         WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1854. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) THE HUON PIRACY. Cornelius Drake and John Smale were Capi- ta lv indicted for feloniously a-oaulting Ricbd. Beaumont, master of the schooner Spy, and robbing him of £1.50 and aijold watch. The prisoner« w» re del« nile 1 by Sir Brewer. The prosecutor deposed that he was munter of the schooner Spy, on the 17th October. She       w as 1} îog at auch r at Surges Bay at that datp,   On the night of the 16th witness went to bed about eleven o'clock. Air. Graham, the mat», slept in the same cabin. About one o'clock in i be marum; the dons barked very muoti and Mr Graham culled to witness , who jumpo-Hmt of bed and went on deck, when he saw two 0 en »tunding close to the companion, and threo   more for«aid Could not recognise either of i ho prisoners as being one of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

DIED, At her late residence, Bathurst-street on Sunday, the 10th instant, at 10 o'clock, a.m., Mrs ELIZABETH LOCKWOOD,     aged fifty-six years. Friends are respectfully requested to follow her remains to the place of interment, this day, at two o'clock p.m.  

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

AME MC*. The last advices speak gloomily of the state of mule and thec-.tiavag-uii building specula- tions and ItiMiry of ihe Niiw Yoi W,merchants, coupled willi 'tie late railway crisis ure fhoiii;ht likely to leatl to a complete c-oiiiiinTi-ial panic. The slate «piesiion complicates political ques- tions anti the Cuba business excites some anxi- ety. Dithetilties were arising out of the N:iar..iguu and O rev tow n affair, and on the '»renou boundary but would prohalily be ad- justed. ' A very remarkable er^af in vnlonization t-eem cd li-ely to be fixed by the celebrated violinist Ole Bull. 'Tue Illustrated news calls it ''the colonization «if the fiddle." Ole Bull lias pur. chased som«« lit H l,()()(i acres in the state of Pennsylvania and is there settling a colony of Norwegians with equal liberalitv, judgment, ititi at present success. We regret that our -pace does not permit us to give the «It-tads < mt shall take a futuie oppoitunitv. I (iribi and .Matio aie disappo...

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FRANCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

FRANCE, The Moniteur contains an Imperial decree ' culling out lor aetite st nice« ihe itiuaiiidtr «if : the 140,01 0 \«muir men aheadv decieed us the coiitiiigvut of ISñ.í. 'About hO.OOO men fot m this remainder. Their addition to the minr is necçssa y to eompeus te the reduction which will take place independently of the \vurk by the hnerutitui of the coimi'ripts of \H4J. The Moniteur contains u decree noiniiuitimr to the grade ol knight in the Legion of Honor« or pinmntiuir to a hiirher rank, .'¡¿persons1 who hilve dtstmsiiiishetl themselves in the affair ol Bntiur und; ul>o unotlier decrte, chu ter- j ring the military medal on d6 persons forttheir conduct in ihe same »(Fair; us well us «in 32 person» who î-Iiowed great «lev«it«dots» dur-j i mr the usitaiinn ot cholera in the hast The liuipfior ,md Empress urnv«d iWm Boulogne, at the Tiuh ric» on the 21st Sept Tneir Mttjesties drt»ve thioiigh severul ol' the i stieets t»f Paris in uti open carriage. The heult!] of the Empress...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

1XX.AXK JDA2.iL ¿IXE OF J AUSTMLIAN PACKETS, Pa«Bttjre nfrrang-emenlBf from JBsig-Band to Vau Diemen'» ¿anti, j mnß Celebrated BL CK BALL LINE X cf -i.u-j.ialia,^ Packets. I Ship«. R<**. Capt lig-htningf, new .... 2098 Forbes Oliver Laing1, new... * 1275 Manning' Champion of the Seas, «mso Newlands Bonnie Jeanie» Aberdeen ) WTWhtr c.ipjHi!. .200Ü j «.«uartny Schomberg! new. 2soo Duguid Marco Tolo ..152-3 IC'Doanell James Baines nw. clip. 2400 Oce«^ .Chief new.,1200 Tobin Indiaa.Ocean. io»l Hill ElisabethHarrison new no4 Jackson t And^ot'ier nrst-class clipper i-hips, Sail t«-ice a month from EntrWl for Adelaide geelong, Melbourne, Sj ».», LI oban Town -and Launceston. 1 > _ KM The owners of the above well-known Lins of Packet Ships beg to state that they have msde arrangement» by which parties in this country .can engage Passages for their Friends from long- land, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, to this Colony, by paying the amount of the passage toioney to the understgn...

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