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The Mercury HOBART TOWN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18TH 1854 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

HOBAHT - TOWN : WEDNESDAY. PFCIíMBKR 1th 1P5* Wu tiust that our leddeis will paidon our indulgence for once in a little egotism, and bear with us while we talk of ourselves and our intentions : they will do us the kindness to remember that, since the first issue of this journal in July last, we have never maeje the Mei-ewry or its piuceedings subject of disse) tation. With every desire to meet the unexpect- edly general supportive have received by couesponding merit on our part, we have not been enabled hitlieito 'to realise our wishes. Oui typographical ariangements .have not been what We approved ; 'and ne have far from reached that excellence in ether departments that, at least in our idea, a journal worthy of the name should main- tain.' -We have wished to malve the Mer- cury, in everyr respect, the fit st paper in the colon}: uncoi tr.dhible eil Cu instances have hitherto impeded the accomplishment of our purpose.'* We huve~at length the means in our possession to remedy some o...

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

OATLANDS RAGES. AT amecting held this day at lha O it lands Hotel, Oatlands, it was rrsolvcd that the Oatlands Races como oa immedi- ately before the New Tow n Races. ' STEWARDS. H F. Anstov, Ffq., M.L.C ?» ' Jim l'abart, ¿sq. 1 V m Marmon, Esq. Air Jo eph McLw.ni. Mr. H. Coop. »FCnETAHY AHDTRGAEVrtEB. Mr. N. A. Woods. 1 First Day. The Oatlands Plate of 100. toT., with n swecpftakts of 10 eos«, onrh to como oil theûist, our._.Entrance 2 soie. Town Plato weights, ~ SrcoND Dat. ' Tho Midland Cup of 100 eo»*s., wlih a swppp bt>ikes ot IO sovs. rach, to rome oil on the srcond dav^ Fntjanre 2s>>ve" thn ¡Winner to jay 10 so\s. to the Bara , Tund. Further particulars in a futuro ad\ertiae menu N. A. Woods. Sooretarr. OaUaad«, Ko?» HU», left»

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

Kangaroo Point REOATTA.-^Spjtie i ^dsysa n-lnmed airangflin« its. b.Miths, «to \ *<mro*?gc»i io tho pHuri-squ»> locali y «if E«rw j '?aron Pomt, to furnish to the 'o\ers ot «quino i spoils, >n an <xtensivo and emmr rlaM* ko ile, j .llieedful arrammndation» ami desned lux Vii. FvM-vtOiog tln.tw.-OMii gleau aft rd« I m *t ». i ibl» evidence, that au b a rational j at d Innocon« pastime will be v rv ipstivelv and ! .che^riiuly oatronlseu. The Vernit and Monarch steamer» will ply thMuen«»t tho day I ne ?#mm with its now y le-fttted and an-neti* .cc iiiiuid't i«ns. »J s lût, wi hth« fli ilia, at time o'clock a.m., and will also uiukd the usual InorbitgMips * ,, A Correct Newsp\pfr -A tnorn Ingcutt-mMorny iiotnuitf »istmuay Uioenga.e n tnt of two new performer» by ihe nialiai«*i of the Vie «na T leatie, tiasc mt iv d by erroi» of co np« sunni ut the press, and of I uno ui'nm, toie derm» woull-bueulogium nithur mun. tell itibl . Wf are t Id bv lum tim» Mrt G d c...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

£ nail âiifrÎliuriKir i HE HuilARTUN PoLlCE MAGIS- TRACY.-Toe «ena,, it r. it a , ot to m» um eia« «utns «ni ie«'«ssuii y lcuu to the leurti meut «d Mr. A.B. J nea ln»n t/e~p aiton mi í) lins recetitiv hi eU ou tho.li hitit n He« ck. Cotniii^ itniiieniaii i> ultvr a > anio a pieu ce» »or as Xir Wilmot, it wts.ot very «us, lot ttuy tme t > aittisty public « x|i»c «iLioi, ; out air Jones bus earned the coiiUiteut« «nu itsoeci of all who tia vu ha 1 io cmiui j «net» »r, m s lia.ids.-, aud we h»,.ü ttia w.ieue«kr a-'stmabio. ppo tii uuy ociuis, th (jrovoiniiicii will »io., tai. t. r . coguue toe ela ni, "t s>. ciHehjii a 11 puouUr It '' uiciguii ate W bell va tim i ia tilt, mu, «. ti ni «ii the p »lu e au i othi r au non.it» t > pre s ut Ali Jo es wi h asuitabl ¡ testimonial lu w11 cb puip se tuauy oi ti.u most leautotabe tit L ns p uti ii ate. lioLc Ano Corner Proceeding»*.* Itiopie«.^.» g u<:<au> a.iuw « t.«^ o, i^^ju pei sottb me.it aniiiiSi, a...

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SPAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

SPAIN Here all is complexity and it is impossible to see what may he the end. Queen Christina has departed und is about caking up her resi- dence in England ; a property haviiur been pure based about 2 miles from Windsor Castle for her. Her family have1 already urrired these. The Ci.nde de Mouletnoiiti is alunit issuing a prod maiion to incite the Caiiist» to move while Hie extreme rep tin li cans and Chri-ainn's abetted hy that incapable íiicéu tii-irythe American am lassalor are plotting aiíaiiist Esparteros gj.eniin.'iit. Taat am. haasudor has however retired, from .Madrid having lind his passports niven- him Concha the old popular genera', is bent lo govern Cuba, which will prove a aindraiice to Aineri -eun aittexatiou projet ts. The-next m. ii will probably bring us new , of the tuet ting ol' the Cortet which will she v the strength of the' various parties,'and indicate at least a year's' proceeding* , ' - ? ? "

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

VAUT Uli I«.&. Our files are to the 9th instant.   Commenritií with fie LegisUtivo Council vvr hive to ann uuce the r« sliination ii Mi Postei i I hu office a» Coloui.il S rr titrv, lie ? etvly p r> t nmg the d ptrttn« til du'ies until a successor could be found. Tue appoin s met t, mc ad u¿ to the Melbourne papers his   li.e otte ed ?<* Mi H S ?Chapman, or West- garth, Mr n h « tint h n uter and smne «.tin r «       but witli ut »ucee s. £ « y as » in« > t tins «it. o ugouue h ad is represent the hat liarle oí Mi. Foster's t'utie lohn, linne of tin m seem seem   munn d io lake the o oft his hands, fin Wedneadav the 6 .am turn pledging tin council to s mptatnse with au i »upport the ^ov i mnt nt Airtioati the r bi Is, was carin d, me Mr My-es making a violent »pet cn tu-miisc   it but without «ffect On Tuumlny it was «res ntetl to the 'Jovernot, who disgraced him ue.lt...

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[?]ESTRUCTION OF KOLA, IN THE WHITE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

JEofllULTiON OF KOLA, IN THE Will TE SliA. By the arrival of the Miranda, 16, screw, nii-li left Ct-o.ss island on the «ti« «if Sept.. e have deuils ol' ilicntt.'ek On Kola. The tiranda left behind her lo nlockaile'iliat sea ie Eurydice'aud lirisk, t«i.*eiher wau on«! Vi-ne li f.igatc «tiitl brig. On the 2. rd Hi ,\iigust,blieailiiclved ami dcntioyed the city of ¿volt«, lite .capital uLJrJuesiaii; L4¡»htttdj../i'iú»j S lace was defended merely to resist ¿ne attack ' v boats, as u muii-of-wur of the iXiir.nula's size und urmamt-nt »vus thought impossible1, ever to,¡ret up, the navigation being most in* liicute, anti the water very shallow« -- For a * iitiut attack' this place was cerutimV very [ strongly I'oritied hy a buttery, und the houses,', lill faring the river," were pierced tilth loop- hole» for musketry, ull of which, however, wu« ' ill-cuieuluied to bear a In-oudsiile earning the metal the Miranda does, and consequently «vus taken solely hv this ship, and that nithout a sin...

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POLICE REPORT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11TH, 1834. (Before A. B. Jones, Esq.) A L[?] OF SUGAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

POLIOS ¡¿-.¿o¿a;. i-, i- <. . * Monday, Déccureh Htm, 1834. (Before A. 15. Jon..«, Esq.) --A-Lo-AF «if !-OOAR-C\SE. Remardi-Kv e, labou«vr,, wds charged) » ith »baling a io tut *u¿n ,r4ust St ii'd<*v «vi nun; flinn tno nhOf) >t Xlewrs liur o«s aid Batt it, t¡ i («em, 'I.iverpno - ti t. 1 tie |N>oiier was ilitis d a» io n us h . Icif was miss <ri : tu the .pur mt be tilo lued his fuict<d uei»uro, tutu up« u bt»in¿» ne z ii au i c wir.it d w tu *h > tin t , bmx l«i i ul- ' it «u n»» doe an i cud, not oh lied." Mi Harn^.ot the sai I finn, de < seil t . tu se cn ninaim;» fie s Toe lo ii of #u,iur wuH produced in cumt, ant, without . pe kiu¿ ii>M a most telling i. le against too tprisunei, *h' bad iioihing ut ulito«*/ m bl» ¿il.-nc« Cuajtni te l f T trial, TUB C\SK or DAVIS "KM.*«. Mr Th on, « hu f matt' ot the Ci y nf Hobart, deposed hut'heliid receivid ¿JJ, trout David *Kuls i and ' in lady toi then ("aiti^gti ti ont "X...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

?RÏTROPKA.N SUMMARRÏ» Tilii SJáA.r Or> WaK. I The position of affairs when the mail , left may bp biiefly descnbed 'Nie allied foten-s, strengthened hythe reser\e fiotn Varna, and numbeiing sonic 05,000, would helving at Sebastopol, t lee nut. alt ' l'uii --li u t «uni s! .1 p t oil tests Pi oin lily the) would tutu mipumim to forlil} the town a ¿Mint Midden uti «ck anti athnnct* upon the other I ninan po«-i tioiH Stinif, ho\ve\er, aittKÎt>,it«5 ihiit he. foitifications would be uttuuy deotuv j¡\. * Omar Pacha was lying with his troops near Bucharest, and it was stated, prepar- ing fora winter campaign. The Austrian "¡brees were in joint occupation with him of the Principalities. It is hinted that pro !>ubly(Sebiistopol having lullen) a consider tble body of the allied troops may be sent .to the Pacha's assistance, more especially is the Austrian demand for the dianus-tui of some ol' the refugee officer» (Hungarinos ind Poles) from the Turkish army, tended to weaken its eff...

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

''"""""" DeaisoTTrTestimoirial. THIRD ADDrflOÎ^Vii-LIST OIJ SU^CRIPFJÖNS " #^-* * d -¡Adams "%ä,Atí 0 10 0 " , Abai, John.""': ¿, 0 10 0 Allison, NP'?.'.??*' " 5 5 0 , Alexander, John ;,, 1 0 0 Allison, H,.,._" . .,,»"5,5 0 Burnham, Thomas ,V :0 2 6 ? Buckley,. Jumes y», .1, O'O < ¡ .; '.li'i-eiinan, James " Ö IO 0 ; j Baker, It ": t " j 0,0 Bryon, J " ? ; "; 1 0 0 . Bjite, H - " ,, 0 5 0 Browne, VV"" "* " " Ö 5 0 :. Bleach, Julih ,, 5 Ö 0 Browne, Henry'*':0',,'- '1- 0 0 Bald win, Richard ,,, 1 0 0 Bradshaw, James ; ¿,-; 1 0 0 - ; Barker, It " . ", 1 \ 0 ; Barker, B ,,' ' », 1 '2 0 ' "i- Harker^ R,' senior ,', 1 0 0 Barnard, J,!,, ¿, 4 4 Ó ' ..".'; BUuik, Mr.Davey-st,, 110 Broxvn, Thomas. " 1 0 0 ; Barnard,G.A .: " 5 0 Ö , "' ¡ BussneL C.''!" " 1 10 ; Boyes, Ed ward : . ,!, 0 10 6 .'.../ Bioxvnrig'g, l?ev.:F "110 ;<: Boyes, George .'; "110 11 Buckinna, H..J; ,,110 Bau,1 j;it,j. ,,;'.>; " i i o . f Burnett, James L " 2 2 0 ' , «. :? I Burgee, F : " ?'[ -,* 10...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF HOBART. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

u BSUPPXîsré. a I PORT OF HOBART. "7 SAPSIVÁIÍS." T" " Dec 9-'Sihooner Kcltp^e, '¿ÜO tons.f(;eorge l^odd lrom Vdrt Alben, tgint W A tiuetl^n. > -!)-Schooner Lorna Roberts,from Warnam. bi ol. Agents,'.Gilles Ih'os -t)--scliooiier n'eiiaiice. 11!) tons, Chapbel». frrtlt ¡Vitlliourne. -A^enr ?. Le-e. li.c J j- schooner Sit all.iw, 1"4 tons, Geo Loth wood. In m Adtluiae, ¡hd Hist ; passe nyer.s-- »,rs Jjass, Mrs Gibson - 11 - Bri¿ Grecian 212 to.ts, J Stone, from Melbourne« pafemgers- Air Dougiiy i.r Owen, -- li- Schon tr, yiixri ai«t, I Hasunjr, s)uii.,--lr()in-bjdney, with tUiUno-. Agent- ur. A. 'Downing. --li.-bcliooner, Kalmoial, J- Kintf, fioin jMolOouioe, geuerai car¿o. - Pas «,-nguic-üvo 1n »teeroge. -r-12.-Schooner Mary Ann, G. Gtaye-, fr»ni "Port Albert. Car¿o } 44 Lead cutíc, DEPARTURES. , _ j Dee li- Scfiôoner Lady Leigh, 110 tons, Wells, for ¡syduey. . -i-11 -DarmiîEmu, 309 tons, T Uay, -for I Port Fairy. ! *. IMPORTS ANO £X?wiri. á. ¡ Imforts Per Kcl.p^e-C3 bead cattle, ...

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

' lapaJLßfTy To^ty i i. ci :' : ' 0! SSEBaw ! O V : 1056 í'-ioo . .'..,..../..??'.??. r '-| pavilion poííít. :::.,-,',,'.i j ; r , ,: '-".*, ".i'! .: Tí H E ? FIFTEENTH?n Ahnfversnry Regatta, in ^commemoration1 ;o(f the j Discovery of this Island by Tai- man, in 1642, will'take placé'at the Pavilion Point ou TUESDAY, the -2nd January ntíxt.-; ':' " ', i -ú ,. '!?'.?..:.;. 'i OU PATRON, .;:,..: ¡ .^;.;i .;..' Sis Excellency Sir W-T, Denison ^COMMITTEEí Messri. ,;. '.T Aldiidgo ,' ¡r, Aiport ?o T. 'Brown * ? i3. B.'Brewer > H, *len . O. Bart tain T. D. Chapman R. Cleburne ' W. Ciirfer : G S Cotterell H. ti. ok ;. E. H; Clio \ .cr. C« Ivin ' i VV. Champion C Ilegraves. J. Dobs« n q j, G. Dotard ,; .1. Uiitin, junior' W. O'. Et linton ?.? -J. t'.jUuuld . C. Hail. ( .-.. ¡; N. Lewis, ,', ,''. ?T. Y- Lowes; \l ? H. Lipscombe, ¡tin J. L«vien t. T. Macdowell     A. H. Maning C.W. Midwood   Messrs.       &am...

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COMMERCIAL HOBART TOWN, December 12th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 13 December 1854

COWÍIERCIAI. HOBART TOWN, . December 13th, 1854. mees in trie grain market aro on the advance, 'old bar -fremfiS'to £io per ton; new bay, iiom£8 to £*». Four is assuminii a downward tendency. It ranges from ¿3¿ to £34 per ton. A most curious fact is suggested hy tho pre sent stats of the flpnr markt-t«, namely, good flour is de 'ereasing in value, whereas bad flour ii, rising, and seems to be in good demand. Inferior flour rates from £16 to £2» per ton. Vegetables are greatly reduced in price, and 'scarcely saleable. Tho wholesale price of nest potatoes Ih, for black, Sd per pound ; and for white, 2d halfpenny. Krait is likewise rapidly decreasing in price. Provistons are .«decidetily on tha decline Port Philip b¿ef ranges from £3 ' ' to £5 lus.per tierce. Fuoi is also on the decrea-e. Gum, -.fromli'K tol2s per ton«, oak,fioml8B to2."is. The timber -market is not affected by any fresh or sudden supplies; »bout,the sam« quantity continues to meet the demand. This market is beginning ...

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

bERAJANY. The attention of the Germane was-confim^l to the endless diplomatic e«ijrresi>.;!»<V>i«-e «m ..... nur 1111111 »nulo i« «us tu heirn to dravy any definite inference Prii>sia seCus to Hruw tli'itw more di-tiiielly toihe Ruskin sitie of the coiitrtiver.-y, lim while the Gjitnatis «ere talking and aiM'ihliüng, the sword was- cutt-.ug the knot in the Crime i. 'fue feeling of Atu-tria seems strong in favor of the allied powers, but a m -eting «if tin; diet or sovereign!, of till the German St i es was ex- pected shortlv, and iheit the que.Uni ol' Ger- man intert st in the wa«1 would cou« before than. It is however diiiicult to see. what thev can do, or how what they may say can u-ffetM the issue.' A great intimidation in Silesia hud caused damage to the extent of .£4,'.;00,0(HI.

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

HEALTH RESTORED I HOLLOWAYS PÍLLS A permanent cure of a Diseased Liver of _ many years* , duration. Copyj of a letter ' from Mr. Garnis, Chemist i. ' Yebvil, to Prófes sorllolíoway Dear Sir,-In this district your Pills command a more extensive sale than any. other proprietary medicine before the pudlic. As a proof of their efficcy in .Liver . and Billious Complaints I may mention ihe following cases. - A lady, of this town with whom I am personall acquainted' for year.' was a severe sufferer from disease , of the,Liver and digestive organs ; her medical attentant assured, her that he could do nothing to relieve her suffer- ings, and it was notlikely »he. could survive .many months. This announcement naturally .caused great alarm among her friends and relations, and' and they induced her to make a trial of your pilla ! which so improved her general health that the Was induced to continue them until »be received: a perfect cure. This is twelve months ago, and she has. not. experienced...

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

BO VA I. vir /«./>... iMSAiRfc. LAST, NIGHT but one of Mr C. RUMBLE MASON tue eminent trajjoillaii. In aid of the fun I for prose- cuting the search for iherdlsenvery of a working Gold-field This livening Wednesday, Decemhcr 13th, the perform- ances Will cum-nence with Massingorn admirable play in five act»,entitled, A NOW \V\Y i> P.\i .UjJ.O-MIM, . BirOiles Oven'-iacli-Mr C. K. .M-no.i Lady Allworth, Mrs Itro'iiihan»; To con-ludo with the Ifitiglutjle farce of KAISING TUB WIND Jeremy Diddier, Mr Sefton Tarry. - - . l'rivata Boxes, 6s. Dress Circle, Os Tit 2s. 6d. Lassoo,'Mr. F. U. Watson. Stage Manager, Mr S. l'arr

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

>"«» «as» «vt»«| ORE ID AND BISCUIT BAKER ELIZABETH STREET. ÍÍ.B.-Shipping supplied on . the shortoa : in a, Wanted AMAN8ERVANT. Apply to Dr. Bright Collin» Street. _, Dec* Cfty of Hob»rt. Town. General Election of Aldermen Monos to , »ATsrAYs»*. Town Clerk'» Offie*. "" * 2nd December, ign 'VfOTICK I» hereby given, that under the 4"th ¿\ '"section ni tfie . unicipal Act, no person he <- permitted w qualified id vote at the ensuing General ''Election rof Aldermen, onie»» *he »hall, on or before the 31st day "of December instant have paid the whole o! the City''Raten due on the premUes oecit ' pied by him, for the rear ending February 28,1855. Atteiidtnce » Riven daily, from 10 to 4 o'c'ock, at the* City Collector'* ttffne, Isew Ma kct, to * receive piynieht'of the rates The Assessment Roll 'may be inspected at the office of the Tj vn Clerk, from 10 to 4 daily, until the 31«t in«tant. and ratepayer* are requested to see ' that their nsrne* ara proper y inserted thereon. ...

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

;."?:;', .";;TéetIi.;;: ?.. :..;*> R.SMITÍ H '.-«m-' Has just received frota .'tué United States, an extended assortment of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, '?.Whiph.'.névèr change colour or separate from the 'plate or root on; which1'they may be grafted, or become iii. arty. Way impaired by use pronounced, by the French Äcade'itiy 'arid;'the "Great Exhibition" to be the best, for beauty, lightne'*»; strength, and resemblance to ../nature, frout whiçh they "cannot be detected by, the ¿lo e-t scrutiny ; worn, with ease ¡"¿ubject t«». no and noyance ; answer all purposes of/mastication ; .never j candecáy. Or stc offensive. - _ TEETH ;S'I;OPÍ?ElV Willi pure gold, ineóníparably the beet and for most teeth Ure only [artickv ever discovered »Webadlierès to the tooih without change. .-. .'? Pitre chemically, prepared tin, wber« èxpens, is an ¡object, or fp* the flist teeth. . : .AH pain in stopping avoided. The most stn játive! tooth saved. All pains arising from the teeth cured or prevented. ....".....

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GENERAL POST OFFICE, 16th December, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 December 1854

GENERAL POST.OFFICE, 16th December, 1851. Sair Mails will be closed at this office as under: For London, Per Derwent, this day, at noon. For Norfolk Island, per Lady Franklin, on Tues- day next, at four p. ni. For London via Melbourne, per steamer Argo, on or about 1st January. F. C. Smith, Postmaster-General."

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. (From English Journals to October 4th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobarton Mercury — 16 December 1854

EUROPEAN SUMMARY. (From English Journals to October 4th.) TVe resume our summary of the most stirring éventa in England, up to the above date. / It bad been d/finjdvely arranged that her Majesty andihe Trinco Consort, ac compained by their five elder children and the usual retinae, would arrive in London on Saturday,/lie 7th October, from Bal- moral vn rome to Osborne, for a fortnight or three wjxka, when the parly will re- move to ?Windsor Castlerfor the usual au- tumnal sc/ourn, during which period Iter Majesty/will entertain a succession of distinguished visitors. The Queen anti the yot/thiul Royal Family intend to honor the Il/ghland gathering at Braemar with theirypresence. ' Transports have been taken up for the conveyance of forty tons of ordnance stores to/ Sydney, und nine tons to^Melboume, yort Phiflip, for the defence of those co- lonies, v ï . [ The Fiince of the Seas, emigrant ship, [ fivom Glasgow for Melbourne, had put in at Kilrush, with cholera on'board. The Mayor a...

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