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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. May 20-Barque Helen S. ' Page, 226 tons, Spring, from Port Albert, with cattle ; passengers Mrs. Spring and child. . " j May 20-Schooner Urania, 100 lons, J. Macfar- lane, from Melbourne, with sundries. May 20-Schooner Flying Squirrel, 8C tons, Gill, from Melbourne, inballast, May 20-Schooner Boindec, Quested, from the East Coast. May 21st.-Tasmania steamer, 285 tons, Clinch from Sydney, via, Iwofold Bay, ICth instint, Cabin Passengers-Mr. R. Little, Mr. Crultenden,' Miss. Watson, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Abbott, steerage Mr. and Mrs. Welsh, Mr. W. Melville, Messrs. Brandon, Wells, Murray, Kerr, Cooper, Hasbury, Robinson, Nicholls, McKay, Hogen, Mrs. Wilson and 3 children. Agent-C. Toby. DEPARTURES, May 19. Macquarie schooner, 130 tons, Harri- son for Port Albert. May 21. Mumford schooner, 109 tous, for Adelaide. . May 21. Eclipse schooner, 190 tons Wolf, for Port Albert. IMPORTS, Per Tasmania from Sydney.-1 cases arrowroot, Order; 1 hale, 1 parcel, samples, Stevenson...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

LATEST DATES. England. San Francisco. New York .,.,« .., Capo of Good Hopo. Mauritius.,. Singapore. Ceylon. China . Calcutta,...,,,.,,...,.. Bombay .»;....,.. Valparaiso ....".,..,, Australian Colonies, vii : Victoria .,. Sydney.,. Adelaide ...... ¿.,. New Zealand ..-,-..,". 17th. 17th. 4th. 20th. 20th. 7th. 28th ' 30th lflth. i (¡th. i 10th. j lBth, j ?X%\\ sth. ; 28th. Mar ! Fob i Mar j Feb i Mar i AprI ! Mar i Mar i Mar j Mar . Jan. May, May. May. Aprl. The Mercury is published cvsry Monday Wednesday and Friday morning at b o'clock. The ßomurls snriat and Colonial Government Notices we pub- lished officially undor authority. The Charge for subscriptions to tbiî Nowspapor, is £116s cash; £2 2s por annum credit; or Us and IOb Cd respectively per quarter, rho Cliargo for advertisements is Is and 6d per inch for cacti insertion, Advertisements not exceeding thirty words or half au lush, are charged one shilling each insertion. To regular advertisers, 15 per .cent will bo allowed oil ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

DIED. On the 12th of May, 1857, JOHN ADAM GEORGE the eldest son of Mr. John Wm. McARTHUR Assistant superintendent at Port Arthur, deeply regretted by all.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Police KosTi.it.-The magistrate whose duty it is to attend at the Police O Hire this day is Henry Hopkins, Esq.; to-morrow, (Satuiday,) the duty will devolve upon F. A. Downing, Esq. The Sta^í-IEIíD H_i,_ Tjuqedt.-It will be recollected tliat Emily Sandford, a pi inci pal witue.3 against Rush, the murderer of Mr. J-ieiny and others, at Stanfield Hal), in Norfolk, und the victim of his «eduction, was provided with means to emigrate to Au.truliu, und that in due course of lime she arrived at Adelaide, when "her bl other, who accompanied her was drowned while landing at the port. We now leam fiom tho Ade- laide join nala that the unfortunate woman has com- mitted suicide by poisoning herself with arsenic. At the corouei 'a inquest it was shown that she had been in the >.eivice of u gentleman at Koolinga for the lait three yeais under the nainp of Emily Smith ¡ Ijer conduct is described a-, " very fl'ghty," andas being influenced by uiicontiollnblc euii osity. On ...

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MAYOR'S COURT.—YESTERDAY (Before His Worship the Mayor.) Thomas v Morrison. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

MAYORS COUltT.-YESTERDAY (Before H¡3 Worship the Mayor.) Thomas v Morrison. This was an information by the City Inspec- tor against Mr. Askiu Morrison,charging him with having a chimney on fire on his premises at the New "Wharf on the 9th inst. A gentleman appeared for Mr. Morrison, and pleaded guilty to the charge, but stated, that It was from no want of attention on the part of tlie defendant, who used every pre- caution against fire, as he had frequently as much as ¿6-10,000 worth of stock in the stores. The defendant was fined ¿61 and costs. Thomas v Smallhorn. This was an information against Mr. Sam- uel Smallhorn, charging him with permitting a goat to be'at large in Fitzroy Crescent on the 15th inst. The defendant pleaded Not Guilty when a witness, named Ross, proved that he saw a goat at large, in Fitzroy Place on the day in question, but he did not know to whom it be- longed. The City Inspector said, he saw several goats at large in Fitzroy Crescent,one of them he was infor...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identify our opnions with those of our correspondents WHAT PEOPLE SAY IN INDIA. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. - J Wo do not ideatllj oiiropntonsnltlitliosoot otir correspondent. M'HAT PEOPLE SAY IN INDIA. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Mercury. Sin,-If anything were wanting'to shew'Hé mischief done to our interests by the conduct'of the late Premier, (Mr. Gregson)'the' following«. tract from n letter.I yesterday received perS/m/i" from an eminent barrister, who contemplated ieú tling here with his family in consequence of da splendour of our climate, would sufficiently estab- lish it. The letter is dated "Caltina-Cevlon April I857." ' '. Even your agreeable society conld never have allured me ,0 try V. D. Land. You rejoice In a beautiful climate ; but, in all other respects, you are below zero. I detest a semi-barbarous state and,judging by the paper received by the European' you must be something below even that; I never read such a tissue of abusive reprobation, and per. sonal calumny, directed against any one before as it contained by Mr. Gregson against your "...

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THE LICENSING ACT. TO FRANCIS SMITH EQUIRE M.H.A. ATTORNEY-GENERAL &c.&c. (Per [?] of the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

THE LICENSING ACT. TO FRANCIS SMITH EQUIRE M.H.A. ATTOR- NEY-GENERAL &c.&c. (Per favour of the Mercury.) Sir.-Having heard from your own lips that it is your intention to prepare an Amended Licen- sed Victualler's Act, and believing, also, that   you desire such an Act not only to be a just one, but an Act that will give satisfaction both to the Licensed Victualler and to the public, I-at the risk, perhaps, of being considered presumptuous,-beg leave respectfully to sub- mit for your consideration, a few crude ideas which have presented themselves to my mind upon the subject. Now, Sir, in order to begin at the begin- ning;-In large and civilized communities, like ours, licensed houses are either necessary or they are not, and I have the authority of wiser heads than mine for asserting that even houses of a far more questionable character are, in large and populous cities as necessary as Parish Churches. If it be admitted that public houses are requisite-...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening las [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

HOBART TOWN I'KICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening las ALS. j- BEER-fwhohaUJ Ale, Bass's No 2 per dot ill 15» (Id Worthington and Robinson'» No 3 perhhd 01 (It (Id Alsopp'tNo H, per hhd 19 (Is Od Ditto pale East India per hhd V) Si Od to W 10* la Other brands per hhd l8 10» Od to 10 Alsopp's per dozen 11» Gd to 1 Is 6d Byass'» 11» Gd to II« Gd Duckworth's 11« Gd to IU 5d Bryant and Davis'» 12» (id to 13* Od Marzelti'iU» Od to Us Od Jlibberl's 10» Od to 10* Od Other lottters.ll» to 12». Porter, Barclay's, perhhd 17 Ss 0 to f¡ IO» Elliott mid Watney's per hhd 16 Os Od lo 17 Os Other brands Iii Ills Od lo li 0» Od Trueman's X per hltd IO Bs Od io lu 6s M Trueman'» XX per hhd 16 10* Od to IG 15» ud Taylors' stout per hhd li Os 'Id to 17 10» Od Byass's quarts per don 12» Gd to 13» Od Whitbread'» stout per doz 12» Ud to 12s Od Marzélti's porter per doz Vis Od to 12» Bruant and Davis'» per doz 11* Od to 11» Od Other bottier» per doz I <» Od io 11» Id BOO...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

Tasmanian Temperance Alliance rpHE FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the J_ Alliance will be celebrated iu conjunción with the O P E N I N G Of the TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, Macquarie-sf" (next to the Union Bank) un MONDAY, MAY 25th, (the day appointed for keeping Her Majesty's Bnth Day), when AN INTllODUC 1 ORV SERVICE Will take place at Nine, a.m., and A TEMPERANCE SOIREE Will he hold (after the Grand Demonstration) in the afternoon, at hair-past ti o'clock. A PuMic Meeting will he held at half-past six, the Ch u'r io he taken by GEO. WASHINGTON WALKER Esq., and addresses will be delivered by Friends of the Temperance cause. The "United Victoria nnd Hope of Reehah." Band, I. O. R., will be in attendance, and in the course of the evening ccveral temperance melodies, glees, &c'., will be sung by iho Choir. Tioketb for the evening's entertainment, Two Shillings ciu'h, to be procured from Messrs Walch & Son«, Elizabeth-street, Mesara. Huxlable and Co., Murray-street, or t...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

SYDNEY. Wa have our files to the lGth instant, by the Tasmania. Of political matters they are more than usually barren, as we find no topic of any interest to our readers. A complimen- tary dinner has been given to Captain Cadell, by the settlers on the Murray and Murrum- bidgee,- which, the Herald says, was a tribute better deserved, than public testimonials oitcn are, On Wednesday evening the 13 th instant, a publie meeting of the friends of George Eobert Nichols, Esq., M.P., was held in the Hall of the School of Arts, AVest Maitland, for the 21urpose of taking into consideration the propriety of presenting Mr. Nichols with a suitable testimonial for his services to the colony. The meeting was very numerously attended, and a subscription was set on foot for the purpose intended. The proposal to establish the Panama ser- vice promises to succeed. It is now twolve years, we believe, since the first proposal was made by the lioyal Mail Company tq establish it. During that interval di...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Young Pam, alias the Bottleholder, begs to announce to the nobility and gentry in general, and his backers in particular, that he will be in attendance at his well-known quarters, the St. Stephen's Head, Westmins- ter, any night between the third of Fobruary and the beginning of August, where his money will be forthcoming, and he will be prepared to make a match with any man, at ¡my weight. If You jg Dizzy, or the Derby Pet, mean fighting now is their time. The B. H. has generally been considered among the light weights ; but he is anxious that his friends should know that he has picked up a good deal of meat in the last two years, that his wind was never better, aud that ho is open to accommodate any customer from, ten to thirteen stone. Tho B. H. gives private and public instruction in the noble art of self defence at the St. Stephen's Head, and at his crib in Downing-street. A harmonicordinary at the St. Stephen's Head every night, except Wednesday and Satu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

UBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. m COMMISSARIAT, HOBART TONW 21st May, 1857. TENDERS, in duplicate, will bo received at this office until 12 o'ciock on Wednesday, the 27th ¡nut., for the supply of from 50 to 100 dozen of Port Wine, The Wine is to be in sound original packages, as received from England, to be all of the same sam- ple, and to be delivered into theCommissariatStorc at Hobart Town immediately after thu receipt of notification of acceptance of the tender. The contractor »ill be required to gurantce that each «ase is complete and equal to sample, and to make good all the deficiencies found on opening, and to exchange such as are not according to ?ample, on proof of the cases being in the same state when opened as at the time of delivery. Samples to accompany the tenders, Those which may be most suitable, as decided by a board of Survey, will be taken, although not at the lowest price N.B.-Particular (.attention is directed to the printed form of tender to be used, and to the signi ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (Ximited? The following, nr othermngnincent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the .Company will be dis- patched from Hobson's Bay with her Majesty'« Mails for Southampton (vift suez and Alex mdrm) touching at King George'« Sound, and Point de Galle, asunder:- Horse 1857 Tons power Captain | March 15... European ...23S0 ... 530 ... - April 15 ... C<.lumbian...2300 ... 530 ... - May 15 ..Oneida ..2400 ... 550 ... Hyde June 15.Australasian 2800 ... 750 ... ,.. July 15.Simla.2440 ... d30 ... Cooper Bates of passage monny from Melbourne : £ £ To King George's Sound ... 20 15 Point de Oalle. <50 45 Aden. 80 1 00 Alexuudria.105 a 80 Malta.HO DO Southampton .120 100 Passengers going to Marseilles' can only be bdoked to Mahn, but the Company will have a steamer at Mnlta Id convey them to Marseilles. For freight or passage, plans of cabins, and other nformation, apply to KERR, BOGLE, & Co. Hobarfc-Town. MACKAY, BAINES &...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY Before Messrs Bargess and Fenwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY Before Messrs B.irgjsi and Fenwick, Breach of Licensing Acl.-Mr William Gray Landlord ot the Queen's Arm-, New Town, plead- ed guilty to having the outer door of his licensed house open at 1 o'clock on Sunday morning the 17th May. The Chief Constable stated that there were five persons drinking in the houso and playing at cards-Mr. Gray's brother being one. With tliis exception the hoiioe was a well conducted one. The Bench'sentenced Mr. Gray to pay a fine of £4 and costs. Night Charges.-Ssven drunkards were fined 20s. each and one person was lined 5s. for disturb- ing the peace." One prisoner of the crown was sentenced to a months imprisonment for being tipsy; and George Cross icceived tho same punish- ment for having no visible means of subsisten ce. Eliza Webster tor being out after hours was sen- tenced to Sevan days imprisonment, and Charles Cathu for a similar offence received a sentence of six weeks. YESTERDAY. B.-fore Messrs. Burtre3i and Stewa...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 22ND, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

$uulísI)eU iüoirtMü, üSacbiiesBaji AjFu'tm FRIDAY MORXINU. MAY, 22m>, 1857. _____ Is dealing with Hie Linds of the Colony we have advocated a spirit of the utmost liberality as best calculated to iucrease our wealth, in- fluence, and prosperity. We have stated our belief that by the introduction of labor, and the cultivation of our lands, the accomplish- ment of these objects will bo most facilitated ; and their ultimate advantages secured ; whilst the adoption of a narrow policy would un- questionably thwart and oppose out interests, qnd render our advancement extremely proble- matical. The salvation of Tasmania depends mainly upon the course to be pursued in reference to the Public Lands ;land wo are not ashamed, therefore, to acknowledge that we feel a deep solioitudo in tho matter. There are many who indulge iu selfish and narrowed views with regard to tho lands, and whose organs of acquisitiveness aro terribly shocked at the idea of giving the lands away. Such persons either...

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INSOLVENT COURT.—WEDNESDAY. BEFORE MR. COMMISSIONER F. BROWNE. IN RE J. F. GORMLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 May 1857

INSOLVENT COURT.-WEDNESDAY. BnroitE Mit. coinnssioxEß r. b howse. IN RE J. F. GORMLEY Meeting for discharge, and judgment. This case was postponed from last week, in order to allow the Commissioner time to con- sider his judgment, the Insolvent's discharge being opposed, on the ground, that he had contracted a debt with Mr. C. Lee,the Butcher without reasonable expectation of paying the same. The Commissioner now adverted to the evidence, which he read over, and observed, that the only question for him to decide was, whether the Insolvent had contracted the debt in the manner alleged : His Honor deci- ded, that he had not, and that therefore, the ground of opposition was not sustained. The Insolvent's discharge was, accordingly, granted, on the usual conditions. IS BE CASPEK AXD WOL1T. Special meeting for proof of debts. The following debts were proved:-Moses, Lsvy and Co., of london, £ll,89i 18-=. 3d., for goods sold and delivered, and goods shipped to the order of the Insolvents ;...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 May 1857

AGENTS FOB THIS JOURNAL. Halarían.George Burt, LiterposlsMt " Mr. BramvcrigH Aegvle-nttn Kangaroo Point .JfrZ*»** Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Arti, Evandale, and Longford., Jfr Ö «*.** Green Fonds . & *.£ Franklin,and the Huon . " JÏÏ2 Sorell, Pitwaler and Forcett . **Tr*SÀ Melbourne, Ftotorio .Messrs. Gordon and .*.»? London, Ireland, Scotland .¿fo<f,J^j£. Liverpool and the Isle of Ma» .&*£ *r"T Sydney.Mr. Wm. Moffatt, PUHtr«*' Printed by JoanDsrlto pot«t»tor»tVUlerUr1se«Tssssial» sodPnWIrtea by, blas*k1« Bwsrsl?*...»Mstief 0** NsbeiMrielsnetiatkeCt ff«ie*rtf»n K^ùià

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 May 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES. Messrs. W. Ivey and Co., To-morrow, at the marl: ., -Winter mantles, twelve lolls lead, câ'ea of haberdashery, damaged white lead, winter hosiery, drawers, cloaks, mantle^ Ac, casks primo beef, pilot and reefing jarkets,pea coat?. Sec, lilitl"? Stout and Burton ale, Paris satin hati, shooting vests, Belmont candles, tents, p!ckloi, mustaid, cayenne, curry powder, malt vinegar. Mr. W. A. Guesdon, To-morrow,on the ground : Steam and water flour and saw mil!, stone dwelling1 house, and garden, at the uppar end of Macquarie stieet.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 May 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. May 22. Gold Seeker, Schooner, IC6 tons, Wilson, from Melbourne lGth instant, in ballast. Agent-G. Wilson. May 22-Flying Fish, scliooncr,122 Lucas Gee long, ballast. Cabin-Mr. Payne. May 22-Adeona, schooner, 116, Noel, Mel. bourne, sundries. May 22-Duncan Hoyle, steamer, 200,McLach lan, East Coast, general cargo. May 24th.-Friends, schooner, 58 tons. Johnson, Melbourne, 12th instant, vi<> Douglas River-80 tons coals, Phillips and Beck. departures. May 23. Helen S. Page, barque, 226, Spring, fur Port Albert. * ' ' " May 23. . Tasmania, s., 285, Clinch, for Mel- bourne. Passengers-Cabin': Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Clarke mid nurse, Mr. Hopkins Miss Webb, Mr. A. Huybers and son, Mr.'l hos. Marshall,' Mrs. Hutchinson and child.Mr & Mrs O' Donahoo.Miss I Allen, Mr. Black, Rev. J. Fallen, Miss Crisp.Mr A Barratt, and 53 adult and 13 children steerage. May 23. Mariposa, schooner, 190, Croucher, for Port Alberton ballast. May 23. Maiy Ann, schooner, 11...

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INSOLVENT COURT. To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 May 1857

INSOLVENT COURT. To the Editor of the Mercury. Sir,-I am comparatively a recent arrival in the Colony, but perceiving, that you have, fiom time to time, noticed the deficiencies of your Insolvent Cdurt, I am induced to offer a few îeinarks,which, I think, may prove useful. In the first place your Insolvent law is badly constructed, and, in the second, it is, as far as 1 have been enohled to observe, very loosely and in- efficiently administered. Your Commissioner may be a very clever man, and, as far as I know, well adapted to the exigencies of his office ; but he "doubts" too much, and, in several instances,where n decision could, at once, be given, defers that de- cision to another meeting. 1 am told this is done, not so much from an incapacity to grapple instan tcr with the law, but from n desire to obtain nnotlfr-r fee ; I, ol'course, cannot form a correct opinion upon the subject, but such is the popular opinion. Be this however, as it may, a far more impor- tant subject is pre...

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