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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. The Twin Fenn? Boat.-Tenders will hi received at the Colonial Secretary's Office up to 12 o'clock on Thursday, tho 10th instant from persons i\ ¡Hing to purchase the Twin Ferry Boat, "Kangaroo," willi her Engines and Gear complete, as sho is now runuing. The Tenders to bo addressed lo the Colonial Secretary mid to htalo the price proposed tobo paid. The money must be paid into the Colonial Treasury on or before the 2Cth instant mid tho boat will bo delivered to tho purchaser on tbo 1st of March. Tho following Tenders will be received nt the Office of Public Wollte, Argylc-sticefc until Saturday next tho 14th instant. For emptying the Cci>s-Pools at- tached to tho diU'urcnt Public Buildings in and about Hobart Town, during tho remainder of the year ending tho 81sfc Doceuiber 1857 j For tho performance of tho Bcll-lltulgiiig at the Now Government House ; For the supply of such quantity of sawn hardwood, limber, pine aud deal, as may bu lcquircd during the current...

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Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

Miscellaneous Shipping CLirroun's Pías of Lowfnnra Siiira' Boats tittx» to tub "PitisoiiS Roi"AL.*"rhelaudablc endea- vour« of the Emigration Commissioners having oflcct nally Jirorcd the capabilities of this plan, after ideated ¿rials, tho Lords of tho Admiralty, following their example gave orden for ¡Is being reportad on at "Woolwich, with a view to its general adoption in the ncrvico. " This report being equally favourable, one of Jicr Majesty's ships Prince» Royal, ninety-one guns (Captain Giffard), was accordingly fitted ; and, while this fine ship lay at Spithcsd, prclimiiuuy trials wcro inado to show the crew Din mannerof working it, before testing it moro severely nt sea. The testimony horne by tho ofllcers present uttlicso trials is the same as that from the ofllcers of the Oneida tho week beforo, when the largo mail-boat of that splendid steamer, with all the crew in it, was lowered with case from a height of twenty-six feot, when she was going nt full speed, satis- facto...

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THE PRICKING FOR HIGHS HERIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

THE PEICKING FORHIGHS HEEIEFS. "The morrow of St. Martin," which fell on Wednesday last, once more brought round with it this ancient ceremony, ia the Exche- quer Chamber at Westminister. Owing to tho Nisi Prius sittings in London, the atten- dance of the Judges was by no means large, and only included Lord Campbell, Sir Fred- erick Pollock, "Barons Alderson, Bramwell, and Watson, and Mr. Justice Cresswell. The Lord Chancellor was accompanied by Earl Granville, the Chancellor of tho Exche- quer, Sir George Grey (who took his seat, according to etiquette, at the head of the puisne Judges), and Mr. Matthew Baines. Mr. Vernon Smith was also- present during part of the proceedings. The ceremony somewhat lacked the vivacity ot former years, and the habitues sadly missed the late Chief Justice Jervis, who never flagged in his little pleasantries at the expense of the Lord Chan- cellor and his learned brethren, and was, in return, appealed to as an authority on all the unpronounceable Wels...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. PSESBST :-IBs Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Sims, Seabrook, ilcikle, Thomson, Hurst, and Rheuben. MINUTES. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the preceding Meeting which wero confirmed. COBKESPOXDENCE. A letter was read from the Secretary of tho Kangaroo Point Regatta thanking the Mayor and Aldermen for their subscriptions, and in- viting the Mayor to present tho " Corporation prixe" which would be awarded to the Whale Boat Race. Also a letter from Mr. James Birbeck re- questing the reconsideration of his services being dispensed with, which, uuder circum- stances detailed in his communication, was peculiarly hard. A communication from Mr. Edward Abbott relative to the charge made to Mr. Evans For water, wits read. It appeared the charge was made on instructions the Director of Public Works bad received some time since. A letter from the City Surveyor stating what works were required to be done was re- ferred back to him, to state what the cost of each w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

Departures of tlje fflall Sljiws, Uth February 1857. SHIP MAILS will bo closed nt this ofiico as under : ; For London, via Suez and Marseilles, per Simla, This-duy at 10 ,'o.ui. For Loudon, via Suez and Southhaiiiplon, por Simla This-day al 10 n.m For Mediterranean Poits via Sue/, per Simla This-day at 10 a.m. For India, via Melbourne per Simla Tliis-day at 10 a.m. For Swan River, Adelaule a'idSydney, via Melbourne, per City of Hobair, This- day at 10 a. m. For Melbourne, per City of Hobart, This-day at 11 a,m. F. C. Smith, ' Postmaster-General. THEATRE ROYAL. rpO-NIGHT-The Sistors ADELAIDE mid JOEY X -GOUGENHHIM in Tom Taylor's Comedy of MASKS AND FACHS. Cuucludliig with the farco ulled "THE WHITE BAIT AT GREENWICH," "MASKS AND FACES." I'lO-NIGHT-Tho Sihlera ADELAIDE und JOEY GOUGENII1ÎIM in Tom Taylor's Now Comedy of" MASKS AND FACES." THEATRE ROYAL. GRAND REGATTA NIGHT. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE SISTERS, j Fout Hi Appoaraneo of thoso inimitable Artists ADELAIDE nnd JOEY GOUGENHEIM, ...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

THE MERCURY. $ublfelitti JSontiari, üHelJntsDao ÄiFrfoao WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1S57 Tjie Chamber of Commerce has pro- pounded its views as to taxation and ex- penditure in the general terms employed infits, petition to the Parliament. It I conceives that no further taxation ought to be levied until our departmental system has been reconstructed upon an improved system, which reconstruction would shew that our present income is sufficient for all the legitimate purposes of Government. The Chamber is a little behind the fair in all this. When the estimates were first brought forward was the time for the expression of its opinion, but we suppose that body like many others' is sensible of the pressure from without, and forced into activit}'-acting upon the adage " better late than never"-has come to conclusions which others have arrived at before it, and taken the safe step of following where it had not courage to lead. A memorandum was read which, as the Committee appointed t...

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HOBART TOWN GAS COMPANYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

! HOBART TOWN GAS COMPANYS 1 The Annual General Meeting of the Share- holders of the Hobart Town Gri3 Company was held at the Conpany's Room?, Royal Exchange, on Monday last at three o'clock, to receive the report of the Directors ; to elect . a Director in the place of E. S. P. Bedford, Esq., resigned ; and for other general purpo- ses of the Company. Alexander Macnaughtan, Esq., was called to the chair, and read the advertisement call- ing the meeting. The Chairman said, that when they had last met, they were in hopes to have had the town lit with Gas ere then-but they trusted, that by the beginning of the ensuing month, the desired object would be accomplished. Mr. Whitoojib read the report of the Directors, which merely informed the Share- holders of the satisfactory manner ia which , the contracts had been performed ; and, also, congratulating them upon the present siat3 and future prospects ot the Company. Moved by Mr. Butler, seconded by Mr. Hutton, that the report be receive...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY 10TH FEBRUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY 10th FEBRUARY, 1857. .The House reassembled, after the adjournment this day, and the Honorable the Speaker entered the Chamber at 8 minutes past 4 o clock. PETITIONS. Petitions were presented by the following Members fiom the various constituencies named, againBt the proposed increase in taxation &c. PRESENTED BY FROM Dr. Officer ., Dr. Crooke. U. W. Nutt. Mr. Gellibrand -... Mr. Meredith ... Mr: W.,11. Allison Mr. Douglas ... .. Mr. Askin Morrison Glenorchy. Franklin and Kinghorn' Chamber of Commerce. Cumberland. Gtaniorgau. Campbell Town, i Lauuceuon. , Sorell. The above petitions were read, and received, and the usual notice of motion given that they be printed. Mr. DOUGLAS also presented a Petition from the Licensed Hawkers against the proposed in- crease in the License fee. Read and received. RETURNS. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table the various Returns moved for by Honorable Members prior to the adjournment. CALL OF THE HOUSE. The H...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

THOMAS PERKINS. Witt Mil by auction immediately after the ««le of ÏMek at Ross on TUESDAY 17th intsant A, DovbU Seated Gig in excellent condition, , with set of harress complete A Single Gig with hamel« complete : the above have been recently thoroughly repaired, and are well worth the attention of persons requiring Vehicles. _ Terms at sale. THOMAS PERKINS. Ii instructed to sell hy Private Contract. rnWO First rate Dog Carts just imported-with X Two Set« Silver Mounted Tandem Harnell the Vehicles are constructed with the most modem improvements, and,with the humes», Will bear inspection, Tfcay will be sold cheap. - (And if not disposed of previously) will be of feMhl for sale by public auction at Hartwcll'sYard, Mern, on TUESDAY 17th instant. Stock Sale at Rot». THOMAS PERKINS. W11 Mil by auction at Hartwell'! Yardi on TUES £DAY 17th instant at 12 o'clock. kNE HUNDRED fine woolled rams, 4 tooth J bred from imported sheep, One hundred prime fut wethers A Team (six) working bullocks ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

Steam to and from New Norfolk THE favourite steamer MONARCH leaves New Norfolk DAILY during the Summer months at 7 30 a.m, Bridgewater 830 , and Rest Down at 9 15, arriving in town about ten o'clock; and re- turns to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at half-past three p.m. daily FARES Saloon. Fore cabin. To or from New Norfolk 5s 4s Bridgewater and Compton 3s 2s Rest Down 2s Luttrell & Wise, Proprietors §Sr All consignments and orders from the coun- try punctually and faithfully attended to. Black Bull Line of Australian Packets, SHIP "GREAT TASMANIA" Notice is hereby given that until the ship is freed by the Immigration Agent no person will be admitted on board   without an order from the Agents Messrs Kerr, Bogle & Co.   Edmond Brewer. The Eagle Line of Packets THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRA- LIAN NAVIGATION COM- PANY'S THE GREAT BRITAIN 3500 tons, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, Will be dispatched for Liverpool. EARLY IN MARCH. For f...

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CAMPBELL TOWN RACES. From our Correspondent. Feb. 11, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

CAMPBELL TOWN RACES. From our Correspondent. Feb. 11,1857. The Midland Races came off to-day, I can onlyfor ward yon a hurried sketch of tho Meeting which tho' comparatively small, was well attended and moro than usually honoured by tho Ladies of tne. District and to thoso who can appreciate racing for tho sake of the Turf nothing could havo afforded greater satisfac- tion than tho fair and honest trial to-day, Mr. James Lord started the horses, mid of course managed well. The course is altered Irom tho old line thro' Mr. Hugh Harrison's Land making it n mile and a quarter and a great iinprov ement on the old course. There is only one piece of sundy ground and but n few yards near the in du road. The course is well defined mid every attention lias been given by the Stewards, to maintain the already established character ot the Races of tho District. FIRST RACE. MAIDEN PLATE Mr. Lord's bay Mare "Ellen Tree" by "Jcr»ey" 1 1 Mr. Hartwcll's Co.icheo . 2 2 Mr. Pillengor's Vandyke by "Lit...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

MAUBTTIUS. We have Mauritius papers to the 11th of December. The chief topic df discuta ian in ihelû is the suspension oí injiriigration from India, which is viewed with great dismay. The Commercial Gazette observes-; " It is needless ti> expatiate on the serious consequence of this decision} if it is td be maintained. The future prospects of the col- ony depend entirely on its agriculture, and to develop the riches of our soil every one knows a continued stream of immigration is indispen- sable. Certain rash, unthinking persona have foolishly advanced that there )s a population in the colony sufficient for its agricultural wants, without being obliged to have recourse to labourers from beyond the seas,but let the authors of these opinion?, which nre as ridi- culous as they are dangerous, watch the con- sequences even of a short suspension of immi- gration, and they will soon see that a long suspension would be the ruin of Our colonial iudüslry. , t Z tl No time cotlld üb' more i...

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MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. Before His Worship, the Mayor, and R.Lewis Esq.— Thomas v Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. Before His Wowhip, the Mayor, and R.Lewi» Esq. Thomas v Wilson. This was an information, by tho City Inspector, against Mr. William Wilson, charging bim with having Ins chimney on tiro on the 5th instant, contrary to the 37th Bvo Law. The defendant pleaded Quilty, and state I, that the fire was entirely accidental, and ho believed, the chim- ney had been swept within three mouths. The defendant was fined £1 and eosts. A considerable number of persons attended to anser for the non-payment of their rates : to some, time was given to pay, to others a remission in the amount nu mndu and others lad the whole amount remitted. The parties were, chielly, of the «orkiug das*.

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

ÏH1ÛATKE BOYAL. Tiiobe charming Artistes, the ' Misses Gougenhcitn, continue to win upon public rogan! and admiration, and, if possible, lo ex- ceed the favourable anticipations which lind boen formed of their fascinating abilities. Of those wo have, already, recorded our judgment -a judgment which has been fully ratified by the dictum of that very fastidious and inex- orable judge, tho l'ublio. To the graces of their personal attractions, wo may observe, are added a refined education, a natural taste for their arduous profession, and an untiring industry to advance and excel in all they undertake : no marvel, then, that they are so admired, or that their departure from theso boards will create a loss, which we shall long feel and regit. Wo aro unwilling, oven for a day, to part with the fascinating Sisters, but necessity is a stern task master, and wo can only now spare time to present our Theatrical friends with the following Morceau, extracted from an influential Ameri- can Journ...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

HOBART, T0W2Î- PßlCE CURRENT Corrected np to fire o'clock oa Saturday Beening last ALF $ BEER-(whoUale) Ah, Bass's No 2 per hhd Iii 10a- Orí Worthington and Robinson*s No'A perhhd 91 0s Od Alsopp's No 3, per h'td 19 0» Od Ditto pale' Fast India per hhd 19 ' lit J0d to lit 10s id Other blands per hhd l8 10» Od to la Alsopp's per dosen II« 6d to l\s 6d Byass's Ils 6d to li* Gd Duckworth's lis 6d io Us 5d Bryant and Davis's II* Vd to II» Od Marnetti's Ms Od to 11» Od HibberSs 10» Od to 10» Od ' Other bottlers, IO» Od. Porter, Barclay's, perhhd 17 Bs OHcï- ij 10» Elliott and Walney's per hhd IO 0» Od to 17 0* Other brands 'Iii 10» Od to IT0» Od Trueman's X ?per hltd IO 5« Od to 16 6» Od SVneiikm'» XX per Mid lb 10» Od to IO 15» .Od _ Taylors' stout per hhd 17 0» Od io 17 10» Od Byass's quarts per doz 12» Od to 13» Od Whitbread'» stout per doz 12» Od io 12» Od. Marzelli's porter per doz 12» Od io 12» Bryant and Davis's per doz 11» Od io 11* Od Other bottlers per doz 1»* Od io 11» 7d BOOT...

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MADAME ANNA BISHOP'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

MADAME ANNA BISHOP'S CONCERT. The Concert last evening, at Ellistou's Assembly Booms, 'was enjoyed by an audi- ence select, if not numerous, and the perfor- mances we need not add, afforded the highest gratification. The music was partly Sacred, partly Secular, thus aflbrdiug an opportunity to hear the distinguished Cantatrice in the higher walks of Musical Art. The selection of Sacred Music was judicious and attractive, especially to thoso lovers of the Art, who had hoard in the Old Country, some ot the finest singers, that tliis age has produced. Nor did our accomplished and cultivated Vocalist dis- appoint her hearers, nor shine less brightly in comparison with the Stars at home. The Aria, "With Verdure Clad" from Ilavdn's Magnificent Oratorio of tho Creation, was given with a truthfulness and feeling, which evinced ou the | art of the songstress, that thorough knowledge and appreciation of Musical Science, which she has exhibited on other occasions, and which has been deserv- ed...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. Drunkards.-Mary Fdlary and Michael Binkey were fined twenty shillings each for this offence. The usual amount of imprisonment was awarded in default. ' Disturbing the Peace.-Mary Parker was fined five shillings for brawling. Bail.-A respectable man named Francis Barry, who has been in custody for nearly three weeks on n chsrge of stealing timber, and who had been re- manded time after time to allow the prosecutoV to procure witnesses, was again placed in the dock. Mr Gi aves, who appeared for the prosecution, had no objection to the man being discharged, provi- ded the timber was given up, U9 he could be again apprehended. Mr McMinn thought it was pecu- liarly li'ird. The man was a vay from his wife and friends and kept in custody with this charge hang- ing over him, because the prosecutor had not fou.id it convenient to get his witnesses. I'll o Magistrate took bail himself in £50 and another (Mr Barrett) in £50. for his appear...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissio[?]er Browne. IN RE H. J. BROOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

INSOLVENT OOÜBT. WEDNESDAY. Before Hr. Commissio er Browne. Ik be H. J. Brooks. Adjourned Meeting for discharge. A¿ Mr. Brooks stated that he had not adver-1 tised the meeting-he had not the means ' of I f doing so. He could not procure evan the common necewarros of life. Mr. Graves said that he had nothing to do with that. The insolvent had found the money to insert a column of invective, and he might do so to advertise the Meeting. The case was ordered to stand over.. In re W. H. Godwin. Adjourned first Meeting and adjourned Meeting for discharge. The following debts were proved :-J. H. Gerrand, £1G 8s. 4d. ; W. Knight, £164 Os. öd. ; John Warner, £72 6s. lid. Mr. Crisp handed :n an affidavit of the debt proved by Mr. Warner, and denied the right of Mr. Graves to examine the Insolvent a« to a debt sworn to by his client and ad- mitted by the Insolvent< Mr. Graves maintained that he had the right ; and the Commissionei thought so too. Mr. Crisp said he should like to kno...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ?February 11-Schooner Gold Seeker, 1G6 tons, II ] Allson, from Melbourne, 31st ultimo. Agent-Ö. Wilson. ' Feb. 12(h-Duncan Hojle, steamer from the East | Co«*, -with sundries, Agent, J. 11. Mather. J.XTEtllîI) OUT. > February li. Euphcmiii, schooner, 150, Shepherd, I ^Melbourne. Feb. 11.-îvcnmllicii, ship, G64-, Ilcncr, Melbourne. CI.EAKED OUT. BAILED. February 12-Brig Asia, 210 toni, Packwood, for Ballia. Fcbl2-Schooner Freak, 94 lons, Irvine, for Gee jïonsr. ,Vob. 12.-Olcncoo. barque, 1G0 tons, Lang, for l'ort | Albert, with sundries, cabin passenger Mr McEvoy, «decrage, Mr Stagg. , ) Feb. 11.-Janet Dickson, Btliooner, 'C6 tons, Toby rfor Melbourne. Ftb. 11.-Balmoral, schooner, 115 tons, Brown, for ' Sydney, enlim passengers-Ml« lung child & servant, ( ' 7 steerage. Felt II.-Runnymede, 204 tons, Bailey, for whaling j i in ballast. Fdb 11.-Steamer, tSty of Hobart, 304 tons, G. V. IBcntly for Mclbotcmo.-Agent 0. Toby. IMPOBTS. .. Per GoldStfiker, fr...

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Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 13 February 1857

MiscellaneouslShipping Tim Duncan Hoyle returned to town yesterday morning, from the East const, after an unavoidable detention of some few days consequent upon an accident to her machinery. ' The Boynl Shepherd arrived at Launceston on the 11th., with Melbourne papers of Monday last, which, however, contain no news of interest. The European Jind not arrived when she left Melbourne. The steamer " Tasmania" left Launceston for Sydney on tbo afternoon of the 10th instant.

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