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FOR LONDON.

THE British-built ne« ship

WILLIAM BROWN, > BOO Tuns, Captain Bainton,

Havmg the princijial part'of her cargo' engagea*/, «ill have quick dispatch. For freight or passage apply on board, or to

Brown and Co., or

M'Pherson and Francis.

New Wharf, 161h March. 1271 FOB CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND.

.THE fine British-built barque

WILLIAM HYDE,

533 Tons Register,

J W. Raymond, Commander,

Has n spacious poop cabin and excellent accom 'tnodation for a limited number of cabin passen- gers. She^will sail for the above port about the 30th March instant. For cabin passage only apply to

1052 , . Xkbr, Boole & Co, New Wharf.

FOR MAURITIUS DIRECT.

, THE fine fast-sailing barque I

FAITH,

317 Tons Register, 1 'Will sail for the above port on Tuesday next, April 3. For freight or passage apply to

ToNDKOR, LvMPMKUE & Co.

New Wharf, March 28, 1855._»487

Swansea, Bicheno, and Falmouth.

STEAMER «U)&> MIMOSA.

THE E. C. S. N."Company's powerful steamer

MIMOSA

Will leave the Franklin Wharf on THURSDAY, the 6th April next, at Four o'clock p.m. ptecisely, 4br the Above Placet Only.

For freight or passage apply to

Chapman and Thomas, Agents, New Wharf.

27th March, 1855 14f7

NOTICE.

STEAM TO MELBOURNE and GEELONG.

^Alteration in days of Sailing of the

Launceston Steam Navigation Com jpany't Boals.

FOR MELBOURNE.

THE BLACK SWAN, , A. T. Woods, Commander,

?5s«s> Will leave the Queen's Wharf, Xa unces ton, every Saturday, aud the Wharf, Melbourne, every Wednesday.

The LADYBIRD, T. Robertson,Cammander, will leave the Queen's Wharf, Launceston, every Wednesday, and the Wharf, Melbourne, ever) Saturday.

FOB GEELONG.

The ROYAL SHEPHERD, W. H. Saun ders, Commander, will have the Queen's Wharf, fur Geelong, only every Tuesday, and not proceed to the Pier, Sandridge, as formerly This arrangement to remain iu force until

further notice.

Geobok Fisueb, Agent.

Wharf, Launceston, March 27. 1425

STEAM TO GEELONG.

The Launceston Steam Navi-

gation Company's fine, new powerful and favontite iron

screw steamer

"ROYAL SHEPHERD,

300 Tons.

W. H Saum>khs, Commander,

Will positively leave the Queen's Wharf, Laun- ceston, on TUESDAY, 3rd proximo, at noon.

For freight or passage apply to

George Fisher, Agent.

Wharf, launceston, 30th March, 1855. 1497

PORTRAITS IN CALOTYT-E.

MR. WALTER DICKINSON will be

prepared to take PORTRAITS by the above admirable nnd extraordinary process bn and after "WEDNESDAY, the 28th instant, between the hours of Nine and Four, at his studio in Murray-street, over Mr. M'Gowan's surgery Specimens may be seen at Messrs. Unstable and Deakiu's, and at Mr. Hood's, Liverpool-street.

_M47

NOTICE.

fTIHE Undersigned having Let his Estate of JL Fosterville, near Caionbell Town and Boss, the Public is beiehy CAUTION ED not to receive any orders for the future drawn by bis overseer, Mr. Nathaniel Hood, on account of the above Estate. x

John Fostee

Fosterville, 28th March, 1855. " 1433 MASTER'S AND SERVANT'S ACT.

A GREAT PUBLIC MEETING of the

WORKING CLASSES of the City of Hobart and its vicinity will take place at the CIRCUS, MURRAY-STREET, on WED-     NESDAY EVENING. April 4, 1855, for the purpose of receiving a Report of the Committee appointed at the Preliminary Meeting, held at Mr. Watson's Room, Liverpool-street, March 21st, 1855, and also to adopt a Petition for pre- sentation to the Legislative Council, 111 its earliest sitting, praying for a Total Repeal or Extensive Modification of the said Act, which presses with undue severity on the industrious portion of the community.

N.R-- Several members of the Legislative Council are invited and are expected to attend. The Chair to be taken at 7 o'clock precisely.

By order of the Committee,

1492 WM FILER, Secretary.

ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE

PATRIOTIC FUND.

£ s. d.

John D. Loch, Immigration Agent. 10 0 O

MW.Stanlif. 2 0 0 Robert Smith. 10 0 Caroline Weaver...'.;. 0 5 0

Mary Walker...:. 0 5 0

James Leary. 0 6 0 John *' atkins. 10 0 0 Rev. A. McGuire. 10 0 0 BevW. P. Bond . 5 0 0 Bev. G. Hunter.'..» 5 0 0

J. Forster. 5 0 0 J. B.D«ndridge.:.;. 2 2 0 H. Boyes..-..». 3 8 0

^G. Guernsey ....". 10 0

A.M.Bundey. 10 0

Captain Btorie, British Isles..".. 2 2 0 J. Wilcox, Chief OOoer . 1 io 0 R. Stevens, Second Officer . 10 0

W. Sheen. Steward . 10 0 Carpenter, one day's pay.,. 0 8 0

1494

NOTICE, No. 7

HOBART TOWN IMMIGRATION

SOCIETY'S .OFFICE

THE HOME'AGENT his notified the pros

uective ; dispatch' of another vessel with SELECTED BOUNTY EMIGRANTS and relatives in all February, of the same character nnd qualifications as those by tho Ocean Chief.

Hoiaor RowoBorr, Secretary.'

March 30,1855. 1500

t [ADVERTISEMENT.]' *

ATi SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING -*-». of the ' Proprietors of the Bank of Van ,Diemen'sLand, held on Wednesday, 28th March, 1855, to elect a successor to Mr. Wilkinson, Cashier, who retires, and for other purposes, the following resolutions were, inter alia, unanimously

carried :

1st. Moved by William Bout, Esq., seconded by Henry Brock, Esq.--"Thal a Gratuity of £1000 be presented fo Mr. Wilkinson for his tong and faithful services in the Bank " And,

2nd. Moved by William Kuiuht, Esq., seconded by T. Y. Lowes, Esq.,-" Thaj, the following letter, addiesscd by the Boa id of Diiectois to Mr. Wilkinson, be inseited in the Hobart Town

and Launceston newspapers." !

Thos. Gibus, Manager. 1 Bank of Van Dicmen's Land,

Hobart Town, Mutch 28. 1855. To E. WILKINSON, Esq.

Dear. Sir,- Having received your letter tendering yi.ur resignation as Cashier of the Bank of Vau Diemen'« Land, the Board of Directois desiie to testify the great reluctance with which they have received the same, and their regret that the state of your health should I have rendered such a cottisc necessary.

They cannot allow you to reliie from a sei «ice of 28 years iu the Bank, 23 of which as Cashier, I without recording their high appreciation of the

assiduity, zeal, and inlegtity with which you have discharged the rnrious and highly respoimible duties of the several departments you have held.

The Board still further desire to express their great satisfaction at the unanimity and cordiality with which you have co-operated with the other officers of the Establishment, whereby the interests of the Bank have been so materially advanced.

Trusting the remainder of your days may be passed iu health aud happiness, and in that ease and comfort to which a life oi honourable activity and usefulness has en ti lied you; and that jour son, who has commenced his career in the Bank, will follow in your steps, aud piove as valuable aud laithful an Officer,

The President, Diuetors, and Manager beg

to subscribe themselves,

Your sincere friends.

(Siuned)

Henry Hopkins, Piesident, John Beninoiit, William Rout,

C. Mclachlan, Neil Lewis,

F. A. Downing.

1171 Thos Giblin, Manager.

TO BE LET BY TENDER,

THE FOLLOWING WELL-KNOWN

PROPERTIES now in the occupation of Mrs. Lacitey.

THE ESTATE of LEAMONT, *t the Eastern Marshes, comprising 5,952 acres of fine marsh land, about twenty miles from the Town- ship of Oatlands, ihe homestead consists of a comfortable dwelling house, good stables, and a

slie.uing bouse.

THE MILL FARM, Bagdad, consisting of 708 actes of the cream of the valley of Bagdad.

Upon this properly there is a large and con- venient stoue house, with good gaiden, stone stable*, barn, and water null, with thrashing machine affixed. Upwaids of 300 acres hate been undei cultivation, but the tenant will be required to enter into a covenant not to cultivate more than 200 acres yearly.

Tendéis diiected to Mrs. Lackey for the rental of the above properlies for 7 years from the I Bl May, 1855, aie requested to be foiwarded to Messrs. Nutt St Buller, Solicitais, Harriugtoit street. Hobart I'owu, where any further infor- mation may be obtained.

Mrs Lackey does not biud herself to accept the highest or any tender.

Tenders will be receiv ed up to 2nd April, upon which day they will be opened

Hobait i own, (iib March. 1855. 1133

WANTED,

A RESPECTABLE Young Person as General

Servant. She must produce references. Apply at Sandy Bay Toll Bar.

March 20,1855. 1428

SHEEP RUN ot 5000 ACRES to LET, for

a term of years as may be ugteed upon a Sheep Run of 5000 acres, well watered, eecutely fenced, divided into three portions, together willi a laige collecting paddock, Hut, Yards, &c, situated at the Brown Mountain. For further pailiculars apply to the undersigned, Richmond.

Geouqe L. Goldie

Marcha, 1855. <_10

TO LET,

Leslie Cottage, New Town,

CONTAINS 10 Apartments, besides kitchen

pantry, store-room and dairy, with gardener's

house detached. There is an excellent stible

aud coach-house. A large garden well stocked with fruit trees, with paddock attached. Apply to Mr. R. Nichol, New Town ; or W. Bubb, Collins-street. 692

MAINMAST.

DRIFTED on SHORE at SANDY BAY.

an old MAINMAST of a vessel. The owner will have it restored on payment of expences by application to

Alkx. McClennan,

Sandy Bay, near the Beach Tavern.

March 31, 1855_1493

WANTED,

A RESPECTABLE STEADY MAN as

COOK. Apply at Mr. M'Lachlan's, Davey-stresi.

March 29th, 1855. U82 CORNWALL INSURANCE COMPANY.

THE Business of this Company in Hobart

Town will be transacted on and after Monday, April 2nd,in Lord's Buildings, opposite

the Sheriff's office.

1478 Heney Tonkin, Agent.

PROCEEDINGS of a Meeting, held at

Campbell Town the 29th day of March, in aid of the BRITISH PATRIOTIC

FUND.

Thomas Mason, Esq.,

-Police Magistrate, in the Chair.

First.-.Proposed by Mr. Leake, M.L.C., and ! seconded by Mb. Kermode, M.L C,

" That this Meeting, deeming the War in which the

Mother-country and her Allies are now embarked with Russia, a just and righteous one, and deeply sympathising with our gallant countrymen engaged in the straggle, cordially respond to the invitation of the Queen to form a Patriotic Fund for the objects mentioned."-Carried unanimously Second.--Proposed by Dr. Adam Turnbull,

and seconded by Dr. William Carr Boyd,

' That, in order to assist in effecting the object of Her

Majesty's Commission, this meeting pledges itself to use its utmost exertions to collect

sbscriptions from the inhabitants of the Camp bell Town District to aid of the Patriotic Fund."-Carried unanimonsly.

2%irtf.-Proposed hy Mr. P. T. Smith,

and seconded by Mr. P. H. Gell,

" That the following Gentlemen be appointed a Com-

mittee, with power to add to their number, for the purpose of carrying out the foregoing Reso- lutions :-Messrs. John Leake, R. Q. Kermode, P. T. Smith, H. Valentine, P.H.Gcll.Hezekiah Harrison aud Nathaniel Allison ; and that Mr Henry Vallentino do act as Secretary."-Carried unanimously.

Fourth.-Proposed by Mr. Thomas Mason,

and seconded by Mr. Kermode,

" That Thanks be voted to Mr H. Valentine for the

trouble he has taken in the getting up of thia meeting."- Can ied.

Thanks were also voted to Mr. Kemble Mason for his öfter of giving half the piocecds

of his Lecture to the Fund.

A vote of Thanks to the Chairman was then

proposed and seconded, which A\as carried hy

acclamation.

The Chairman announced that the sums subscribed in the room amounted to One Thou- sand Pounds.

Henry Valentine, Secretary.

LIST of SUBSCRIBERS to the BRITISH

PATRIOTIC FUND, Campbell Town

District.

£ ». i Mr. R. Q. Kermode ...

100 0.0 Mrs. Archer .

25 0 0 ' Miss Kermode.

20 0 0 Miss M. Kermode

5 0 0 Mr. P. T. Smith

100 0 0 Mr. William Morrison...

10 0 0 Mr. James Lord

21 0 0

Mr. James Macneil ...

5 5 0 Messrs. Wm. Carter and Co

. 31 10 0

Mr. Joseph Bayles

5 0 0 Mi. P. H. Gell

10 10 0

Mr. George Scott

21 0 0 Sir. John Leake ...

26 5 0

Dr. Turnbull

. 10 IO 0

Rev. W. Brickwood ...

5 5 0 Mr. Walter Davidson...

52 IO 0 Mr. H. J. Durieu ...

5 5 0

Dr. William Valentine

5 5 0

Captain Allison

52 10 0 Mr Win. RacoAUison

52 10 0 Mrs. Allison ... ...

10 10 0

Mr. N. P. Allison

10 10 0

Mr. R. Allison

5 5 0

Mr. Francis Allison ...

10 IO 0 Mr. Arthur Allison

5 5 0

Mr. Henry Guir

5 5 0 Mr. Adam Robertson ...

10 10 0

Mrs. Robertson

5 0 0

Miss Robertson

5 0 0

Mi. Robert Taylor ...

100 0 0

Mr. David Taylor

Mi. Charles ¿vans ...

52 10 0 25 0 0

Mr. li. Horne.

21 0 0

Mr. F. S Horne

10 10 0

Mr. R. Sutton.

10 0 0 Mr. Charles Leake

5 5 0 Mr. \Y illiam Leake ...

5 5 0

Mr. Patrick Kearney ..

5 0 0 Messrs. II. and G. Keach

10 10 0

Mr. Hubert Kean

5 5 0

Mr. Robert Aitkin

5 5 0

Captain Clear.

5 0 0

Mr. M. Diprose

5 5 0

Sir. Thomas Mason ...

5 5 0

Dr. Harrington

5 5 0

Mr. Lewis Smith

25 0 0

Mr. J. Richardson

1 10 0

Dr. Boyd .

2 0 0

Mrs. Brickwood

2 0 0

Miss Brickwood

10 0

Mrs Durieu

2 2 0

Mr. ArthurLeako

5 5 0

Mr. Robeit Davidson ...

5 5 0

Mr. Boultbee

2 2 0

Miss Mason

110

Lieutenant Royal Navy 20

days half-pay .

5 0 0

Mi. Charles Englebert

5 5 0

Mr. C. J. Bayley

1 0 0

Mr W. Tanner

10 0

Mr. F. Davits

0 5 0

Mr. Wm. Bioad

1 1 0

Mr. R. Pattison

1 1 0

Rev. Mr Mackeisey ...

5 5 0

Mr. C. Standage

Mr. D Stilwell

1 1 0 5 0 0

Mr. C. Palmer

10 0

Mi. John Smith

1 1 0

Mi. W. Dodd

I 1 0

Mr. A. R. Truro

1 1 0

Mr. John Bncon

1 1 0

Mr. W. Purbeck

2 2 0

Mr. Kemble Mason, half

proceeds of Lecture

7 0 0

lectedfrom Mr. B. Q. Kermode'* Estahhshm

Mrs.MKenzie.

0 10 0

Mrs. Knight ...

0 5 0

Mrs. Double .

0 10 0

Mrs. Boxhall ...

0 5 0

Mrs. Smith .

0 5 0

Mrs. Warner.

0 5 0

Mrs. Buckland.

0 5 0

Mrs. Rowles .

0 5 0

Mrs. Rentonl.

0 5 0

Mrs. Tulloch.

0 5 0

Mrs. Turner*.

0 & 0

Mrs. Richards.

0 5 0

Mrs. Neal ... * ...

0 5 0

Mrs. Hunt .

0 10 0

Mrs. Davenport

0 10 0

Mrs. Bell ... .

0 10 0

Mrs. Layton .

0 6 0*

Mr. R. Smith ... '...

5 0 0

Mr. J. Hudson...

2 0 0

Mr. J.Penny.

2 0 0

Mr. li. W. Mathews ...

2 0 0

Mr. Farley . Mr. Knight

2 0 0 0 5 0

Mr. E. Double.

0 10 0

Mr. J. Boxhall.

0 5 0

Mr. J. Smith.

0 5 0

Mr. A. Warner..

0 5 0

' W. Buckland.

0 5 0

R. Bowles .

0 5 0

R.Todd .

10 0

Wm. Harrison.

10 0

H. Smith .

10 0

C.Hall .

0 5 0

RBaldiston .

0 10 0

H. Richards .

0 5 0

Wm. Neale .

0 5 0

James Hunt ...

0 10 0

D. Smith .

10 0

J. Searl .

1 0 0

Wm. Kent .

1 0 0

Mr. John Smith

10 0

Mr. M. Freeburn

1 0 0

Mr. J. Morris.

1 0 0

Mr. R. Gibson.

0 10 0

Mr. W. Taylor.

0 5 0

Mr. J. Lymes.

0 10 0

Mr. W. Davenport

0 10 0

Mr. J. Butt .

0 10 0

Mr. J. Dunn .

0 10 0

Mr. R. Hudson.

0 10 0

Mr. J. Weyman

0 5 0

Mr. R. Grey . Mr. W. Beft .

0 IO 0 JO 10 0

Mr. E. Fribbim.

0 10 0

Mr. H Wood.

1 0 0

Mr. D. Hagan ...

0 5 0

Mr. M. Naughton

0 10 0

Mr. D. Wilson..'.'

0 10 0

Mr. -Rentoul.

0 5 0

Mr. A. Tulloch

0 5 0

Mr - Turner.

0 6 0

Mr. W. Layton

0 5 0

i V

£1034 9 0

! HENRY VALLENTINE,

' ! Treasurer and Secretary.

Som, 30th Marah, 1855. 1494

HEALTH RESTORED!

HOLLO WAY'S Pillia.

SURPRISING CURE OP A CONFIRMED ASTHMA, AFTFR

'FIVE YEARS* SUFFERINO.

The following testimonial has been sent to Professor

JÍolloway,'by a Gentleman named Middleton, of ¿¡cot

land Road, Liverpool. -

Sir,-Your Pills have been the means, under Provi dence, of restoring mo to sound health after five years of severe affliction. During tho whole of that period I suffered tho most dreadful attacks of Asthma, fre- quently of several weeks' duration, attended with a violent cough, and continual spitting of phlegm inter- mixed with blood. This so shook my constitution that I was unfitted for any of the activo duties o life. I was attended by some of the most eminent medical men of this town, but they failed to give ino the slightest relief. As a last remedy 1 tried your Pills, atid'in about three months thoy effected a per- fect cure of the disease, totally eradicated the cough, and restored tone and vigour to tho chest and digestive onraus. 1 am, Sir, your obedient servant,

(Signed) U. MIDDLETON. Dated Jan. 1st, 1853.

PERMANENT CURE OF A DISEASED LIVER OF MANY

YEARS' DURATION.

Copy of a Letter from Mr. Garnis, Cliemist, Yeovil,

to Professor Holloway.

Dear Sir,-In this district your Pills command a more extensive sale than any othef proprietary medi- cine before tho public. As a proof of their efficacy in Liver and Bilious Complaints I may mention the fol- lowing case. A lady of this town, with whom I am personally acquainted, for years was a severe sufferer from disease of the Liver and digestive organs ; her medical attendant assured her that lie could do nothing to relieve her sufferings, and it was not likely she could survive many months. This announcement naturally caused great alarm among her friends and relations, and they induced her to make a trial of your Pills, which so improved her general health that she was induced to continue thom until she received a perfect cure- This is twelve months ago, and she has not experienced any symptoms of relapse, and often declares that your Pills bavo been the means of saving her life. I remain, Dear Sir, yours truly,

Nov. 23rd, 1852. (Signed) J. G AMIS.

AN ASTONISIIINO CURE OF CIIRONIO RHEUMATISM, AKTElt

BEING DISCHARGE» FROM THE HOSPITA!. INCURABLE.

Copy of a Letter from Mr. W. Moon, of the Square

Winchester. To Professor Holloway,

Sir,-1 bog to inform you that for years I was a sufferer from Chronic Rheumatism, and was otten laid up for weeks together by its severe and painful attacks. I tried every thing that wus recommended, and was attended by one of the most eminent surgeons in this town ; but obtained no relief whatever, and fearing that my health would bo entirely broken up, I was induced to go into our County Hospital where I had the best medical treatment the Institution afforded, all of which proved of no avail, and I came out no better than I went in. I was then advised to

try your Pills, and by persevering with them was perfectly cured and enabled to resume my occupation, and although a considerable period has elapsed I have felt no return whatever of tho complaint.

I am, Sir, your obliged servant,

Oct. 8th, 1853. (Signed) W. MOON.

AN EXTRAORDINARY CURB OF DKOl'SY AFTER

SUFFERINO FOR EIGHTEEN MONTHS.

Copy of a Letter from Mr. G. Briggs, Chemist, Goole

dated February 15th, 1853, To Professor Holloway,

Sir,-I have much pleasure in informing you of a most surprising cure of Dropsy, recently effected by your valuable medicines. Captain, Jackson, of this place, was afflicted with Dropsy for upwards

eighteen months, to such an extent that it caused his body and limbs to bo much swollen, and water oozed as it were from his skin, so that a daily chungo of apparel became necessary, notwithstanding the vari- ous remedies tried, and the different medical men consulted, all was of no avail, until he commenced using your Pills, by which, and a strict attention to the printed directions, he was effectually cured and his health perfectly reestablished. If you deem this worthy of publicity you are at liberty to uso it.

I am, Sir, yours respectfully,

(Signed) G. BRIGGS.

Tliese celebrated Pills are wonderfully etjicacious in the

following comnlaints : Ague Inflammation Asthma Jaundice

Bilious Complaints Liver Comptai).': Blotches on the »Skin Lumbago Bowel Complaints Piles

Colics Rheumatism

Constipation of tho Bowels Retention of Urine

Consumption Scrofula, or King's 'Evil Debility. Sore Throats

Dropsy Stone and Grave

Dysentery Secondary Symptoms Erysipelas Tie Douloureux Female Irregularities Tumours Fevers kinds Ulcers

Fits Venereal Affections Gout Worms of all kinds

Head-acj.« Weakness, from whatevei Indigestion cause, &c. &c.

Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the Civilized World, at the following prices :-Is. 3d., 3s. 3d., and 5s. each Box.

OT There is a considerable saving by taking the

larger sizes.

N.B.-Directions for the guidance of Patients in every Disorder are affixed to each Pot or Box

SOLD BY J. WALCH *& SONS

WELLINGTON BRIDGE,

Sol« Agents for Hobart Town, Wholesale & Re tai

6 0 B* AO ENTB"

Campbell Town. Mr. Brickhill. Iloss ..,. Mr. Hudson. Oatlands . Mr. Robinson Green Ponds............ Mr. Price.

Brighton ;. Mr. Thrupp.

Bothwell . Mr. J. White Swanport . Mr. C wham.

New Norfolk.i Messrs. Salier

Richmond. Me8sr.\ »««»»»>.

and Lawrence.

Hamilton. Mr. Raven.

Sorell. Mrs. Hildyard.

Falmouth . Mr. Pineo.

Huon...'. Mr. Kellaway. Spring Bay . Mr. Phillippo.

PortAlbert,Gipps'Land Mr. W. Neilson

tf**r The above is a list of the authorised Sub

agents, from whom only the medicines can ,be

warranted genuine

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

NO MORE SLOP CLOTHING.

H. SUMMERFIELD,

(from london,)

TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER,

Opposite the "Ship'Hotsl," Collins-street, IS now making to Measure at the following

Low Prices :- ~

£ s.d.

Superfine wool-dyed Black

Cloth Coat. 3 0 0 Ditto Black Doeskin Trousers 1 10 0 Plaid or Fancy .Doeskin ditto 1 10 0 Rich Silk or Satin Vest . ISA A Superfine Black Cloth

Suit '...'.. Ô 16 0

A GOQDiFIT WARRANTED or the

í Money Returned, 1144

AUSTRALIAN. MUTUAL .PROVIDENT"

; SOCIETY.

Established January 1st, 1849. <

For the Assurance of Lives, Annuities and

Endowments. Patiiuns :

His Honor Sir Alfred ¡Stephen, Knight, Chief

Justice.

The Honorable M»joi-General Wjnyard, CB. His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. His Honor Mr Justice Manning. E. Deas Thomson, Esq. * J. II. Plunkett; Esq. W. Foster, Esq.

Sir Thomas L. Mitchell, Knight. Cowper, Charles, Esq., M.C. D.ing«r, bl., Esq, M C.

Darvall, J. B., Esq., M.C.

Donaldson, S. A., Esq., M.C. > Elio-, Gilbert, Esq., P.M.

Faithfull, W. Pin, Esq., J.P, Icely, Thomas, Esq, M.C.

King, Captain, P. P., R.N. ' . Km, W. H., Esq., J.P.

Miiourtmir, James, Esq., M.C. Macarthur, W. Esq., M C.

Macarthur, Fran., Esq , J.P.

Nichols jil, Charles, Esq., M.C.

Snodgrass. Colonel, C.B.. K.T.S., M.C. Stewart, Major-General, J.P. Suttor, W. H., Esq., M.C.

Throsby, Charles, Esq., J.P. Wickham, Captain, P.M.

Thubtkes :

S. A. Donaldson, Esq., M.C. Charles Cowper, Esq, M.C. T. S. Mort, Esq.

DIRECTORS : -

Thomas Huit, J un., Esq., Chairman.

M E. Murniti, Esq., Deputy Chairman. F. Ebsworth, Esq. M. Metcalfe, E>q.

Dr. James MitehelL

W. H. Christie, Esq.

Bankers ..

The Commercial Banking Company.

Solicitor :-M C. Stephen, Esq.

Medical Refeuke:-A. M. A'Beckett, Esq.

Secretary :-Robert Thomson, Esq.

Offices;- Mori's Buildings Pill-street,Sydney.

Premiums to Assure £100 Payable at Oeath. Aiiiiunl Preiiiiuni Payable Dut ¡n g Life.

A|{..

Pieiuiutu

Aue.

Premium.

20

1 17 5

35

2 15 4

25

2 2 8

45

3 Hi 0 30

2 8 2

55

5 ia 2 Premiums to Cease in Ten Years. Age.

Premium.

Age.

Premium.

20

4 14 0

35

6 3 0 25

5 4

45

7 7 6 30

5 12 1

55

9 5 6

The First Quinquennial Investigation into the Society's Affairs, as at Fetmiiry "281h, 1S54, has enuliled the Directors tu declare a Bonus Addition averaging 3 per Cent, per Annum on Tim Sum Assured hy the fiist 100 Policies, a result n< t surpassed in the most

successful Bi¡tish Ott ces. x

Thus n Policy which was elTicied on

February 9th, 1849, fur £300, is increased to

£345 5k. 0d.

January 31st, '1850, for £500, is increased to

£560 18s. lOd.

Juftiary I3ih. 1851, for £300, is increased to

£328 6s. Od.

Shout Pi.mod AssyuANCKs, Assurances on Joint Lives and Survivorships will be effected on equally lavuitrahle terms.

The Annuity and Endowment Guanches

have proved very beneficia.,'and merit the mien linn ol all ulus8es,liiiviug m this Society a peculi.tr feature, the division of the whole profils ol eaeh among the A-Surcd in the same.

Lo ins on Policies made to the extent <>f lulf the premium paitl. ?

Premiums Payable Yearly, Half-yearly, or Quarterly. %

Genital Facilities with regard, to Voyaging, Résidence Abroad, Assurance or Every Class of ItiSK, Sec, will be liiilnd equal io those of any Proprietary Company.

Prospectuses, Forms of Proposal, and every inlnrniatioii, may he obtained at ihe Head Oilice, Moil's Buildings, Pill-street, Sydney,

and of

F. HALLES, ESQ.,

Aueut at Hobart Town. Dr. AGNEW, Medical Referee.

1046 ROBERT TIIOM^.V, Secretary.

F. P. FOWLER

COACH BUILDER,

Collins-street, Hobart Town,

IN returning his sincere thanks to all hi

Patrons and the Puhlic geneially for the very liberal support n-ceived since he has taken Mr. FRASER'S BUSINESS, begs to inform

them tbat be has now an entire set of Mechanics by the Australasia for every branch of his tiade. They have been carefully selected from some of the best London factories, with horn nine lo twelve yean' chaine ter, which will enable him now io execute his orders in the most superior style and finish, with punctuality and despatch.

F. P. F. lins always on hand a large stock of the hesi English materials. 168

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

WEXFORD HOUSE

IR0NM0NGERY_ ESTABLISHMENT.

rp HE Undersigned begs to inform the puhlic J. that he WILL OPEN the above in the course of a few days.

»859 , JAMES SLY. ,

PERUVIAN GUANO.

THE Undersigned,having made arrangements

lor the extensive importation of Peruvian Guano in the couse of the Autumn, are pre- pared to treat for ihe delivery of a cargo in Van Diemen's Land, either direct or through their

Agents,

Mr. William Knight, Hobart Town, or

Mr. John Munro, Launceston.

BlUGHI BROTHERS & Co.

Melbourne, December 12th. 5814

DANCING

FASHIONABLE DANCING TAUGHT,

with Expedition and Privacy, at all hours, at W. Campbell's Dancing Academy, corner of Harrington and Warwick-streets. -

March 3,1855. 1003

BOARD AND RESIDENCE

ON Moderate Term», in a Private Family,

near Sandy Bay" Toll-bar. Reference given and required. For address apply at the office of this paper.

March 6. 1114

FARMS TO LET,

FROM 20 to 50~ACRES EACH, situated

. on the Brown's River Road, about 8 Miles Irons Town. Apply to

. . < ,. . . J. Regan.

Livcrpnol-streef, March 12, 1855. ,120!

stfRELT emporium". TO LET, the old-established and money,

making stores known as the SORELL

EMPORIUM.

The undersigned, being compelled to reling uish the above Business, in consequence of ill health, would bo glad to treat with any person desirous of obtaining a first-rate business. For further particulars apply to Mr. B. Rout, Elizabeth-street, Hobart Town; or

1006 Thos. Paterson, Sorell.

DOWNING, GRIFFITH & CO.,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

Corner of Queen-street and Flinders' Lane,

MELBOURNE. 4770

MEDICAL DISPENSARY,

MURRAY-STREET,

OPPOSITE ST. DAVID'S CHURCH. . EC M'CARTHY has received per

0 Baltimoie, Abberton, Wellington, and Earl of Chester, a complete assortment of DUUGS, CHEMICALS, and PERFUMERY.

Essential Oils ol Peppermint, Lemon,

Lavender, Bergamotie, Sec.

Essences of Pine Apple, Quince, Jar*

gonelle Pear, Raspberry, .strawberry, Celery, Sage, Mint, Lemon, Thyme, &c Tariinic and Citric Acids, Opium, Iodide

ol Potassium, Sec. fisc. Arsenic, one ton Blue Stone, ditto

Sponge of all quulities

Smelling bottles, feeding bottles Glass retorts, gluts measures Glass tubing, nursery lamps

Funnels, pestles and mortars, both glass

and wedgewood

Seveinl boxes Ede's chemical apparatus E'astic c.ilbelurs aud bougies

Lozenges of all descriptions and of the

best qualities

Common tinsses of all sizes

Cole's, G ieen's, Salmon's patent ditto

Umbilic.il ditto 280

In the Supreme Court of '

Van Diemen'** Land.

Between Fkederick Augustus

Ducroz, Frederick Gonner man Dalgetty, Andrew Rose Crtjikshank, and Charles Ibbotson, Plaintiffs,

and

Jacob Michael, Defendant.

TT"TlIEREAS an action lias been commenced YV i» this Court at the suit of the above named Frederick Augustus Ducroz, aud Frederick G¡#onnerman Dalgetty, Andrew Rose Cruikshank, and Charle"} Ibbotson, against the

above-named Jacob Michael, to recover two ' thousand three hundred and thirty-nine pounds six shillings and fourpence for money paid by the above-named plaintiffs, for the use'* of the above-named defendant, and at bia request, and for goods sold and delivered by the said plaintiff» to the said defendant, and at his request, and for work done by the said plaintiff u9 the factors and agents of the said defendant in and about the business of the said defendant, and at his request: and it being alleged that the said Jacob Michael does not reside within this island or its dependencies, a writ of Foreign Attachment has been issued returnable on the sixteenth day of April next, wherein Robert Millan, of Launceston, Master Mariner, is garnisher : notice is hereby given thereof, and if at any time before final judg- ment in this action the said Jacob Michael or any person on his behalf will give the security and notice, and file the appeal ance or plea required by the Act of this island, intituled " An Act to provide for and regulate process in actions at law against persons absent from the Colony," the said attachment will be

dissolved.

Dated this twenty-second day of March,

one thousand eight hundred and fifty

five.

William Douglass.

1462 Plaintiff's Attorney.

-¿__

SHOULD ibis meet the eyes of PADDY and

DANIEL BIlENNAN.who were tried at Tialee, in Ireland, about 7 years since, they are paiticularly requested to write to their sister Catherine, who armed in the Martin Luther about thiee years since. Address care ofWilliatn

Cundan. Huningiou-stieet, opposite the Queen'*

Anns.

Hobait Town, 28ih M ireh, 1855. 1481

Richmond, March 21, 1855.

SIR,-We the undersigned, inhabitants of the

District, request you will convene a PUBLIC MEETING, for the purpose of formina; a Committee to obtain Subscriptions in aid of the Paliintic Fund, for the support of the Widows aud Orphans of the Soldiers, Seamen, and Marines, belonging to Her Majesty's forces, who may fall dining the present War. To John Coverdale, Esq, M.D.,

Acting Police Magistrate

T. G. G re-son, M.L.C. W. Villeneuve Smith Benjamin Guy

John Till

J. H. K. Buscombe Geo. Burn

William Kearney

Winston C. Simmons.

Richmond, 26th March, 1855

GENTLEMEN,-Your »equisition, addressed

to me in the absence, on leave, of the Police Mngistute, has been received with much gratification. To aid the grand object of"-the Patriotic Fund by our contributions, for the relief of those left widowed and fatherless by the prêtent war, is a privilege of which, it is hoped, all in the District will avail themselves. For the puipose, tberefoie,of "forming a Committee to obtain Subscriptions," I beg to name WED- NESDAY, the 4th proximo, for a General Meeting, to be held at the BRIDGE INN, Richmond, at 3 o'clock.

John Coverdale, M.D., J.P. ToT G Giegson

W. Villeneuve Smith Benimmt! Guy John Till

J. H. K. Buscombe Geo, Burn

William Kearney and

1406 Winston C. Simmons. Esquires.

Printed and Published by tke Proprietär* Him

Kern and Charlu Bier, at tht'*Oourier>!-Qffiet No. 81 CoWnt-ttreet, Hobart Jbum,' tit'Va» Diemen'» land, ti» said Hsvbt Ban retidinf' at Sand* Bay, and jtht$atat,-nA*um lame nttdwf inEKmktikttrmt Sntmtnvm.. , , , /?" ,

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