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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 May 1857

EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company will be dis- patched from Hobson'a Bay with her Majesty's Mails for Southampton (via suez and Alcxundrm) touching at King George's Sound and Point de Galle, asunder:- " Horse 1857 Tons power Captain Mai cb 15... European ...2380 ... 530 ... - April 15 ... Columbian...2300 ... 530 ... - May 15 ..Oneida .2400 .» 550 ... Hyde June 15.Australasian 2800 ... 750. July 15.Simla.2440 ... 030 ... Cooper Kates of passage money from Melbourne : To King George's Sound ... 20 15 Point do Oulle. 60 45 Aden. 80 | 60 Alexandria.105 8 80 Malta.HO. 90 Southampton . ... 120 100 Passengers going to Marseilles can only be booked to Malta, but the Company will have a Bteamer at Multa to convey them to Marseilles. * For freight or passage, plans of cabins, and other ?formation, apply to KERU, BOGLE, & Co. Hobart-Town. MACKAY, BAINES it CO. Agents, Hall of Commerce. Col...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 May 1857

FORTY PACKAGES BRITISH J GOODS, ' Just Landed, ex "William Brown," and late arrivals, comprising Pilot Cloths, Devon*, Tweeds, Checks, Wool dyed Black, Blue and Drab Cloths, Blankets, Best Whitney Blankets, Mole Trowsers, White Cantoon and Drab Cord Trowsers, Pilot Coals, Blue Serge Shirts, Pilot Bulwers, Superfine Coats, Trowsers, and Vests, Mohair Over Coats, Blue Pilot Palmerston's Chesterfield's, and Sacks, Kersey and Swanskin Drawers, Un- der Shirts, Boyal Bibbed Shirt Pantaloons and Drawers, Woollen and Cotton Hosiery, assorted, Sfc. Ifc. MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY & Co. Will Sell by Public Auction, At their Mart Elizabeth-street, On TUESDAY, the 2nd June, and following day commencing at li o'clock, THE FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE and VALUABLE ASSORTMENT of WIN TEM GOODS, just landed Bale 34-2 ends 54 in. super brown pilot 2 do do indigo blue do 2 do do extra do I do pure wool do , " 35-1 bale, the same contents " 36-1 do do Bale 1035-1 piece drab Devon 1 do wool-dyed black elephant...

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POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 May 1857

POLICE OFFICE.-WEDNESDAY. Before F. BurgessEsq. Larceny.-James Buckley was charged with stealing six pairs of trowsers on the 25th instant, of the value of £4 10s. the property of Messrs. "Watchorn Perkins and Co.,.and Charles Hutt was charged with receiving one pair of the same. There was other property stolen which D. C. Bryon thought he should be able to recover, and the men were reman- ded to Friday. Two men named Jone.? and Jolm_ Jolly, who were connected with the same robbery, were also placed in the dook and remanded to the same day. Larceny.-James Odin, an African, was charged by D. C. Morley with larceny and was likewise remanded to Friday. False Charge.-A female named Mary Ann Jones was placed in the dock charged with felony. D. C. Bryon stated that she had been given in charge by a person named Titus Bro\vn,the Landlord of the Rob Roy. Brown, Bryon said, was half drunk at tho time. He had made enquiries, and found that theie was no case against the woman at all : and, as ...

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THE GRAND STEEPLE CHASE AT CARRICK. (For One Hundred Pounds.) (From Wednesday's Cornwall Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 May 1857

THE GKAND STEEPLE'CHASE AT CABRICK. (For One Hundred Pounds.} (From Wednesday's Cornwall Chronicle.) This long announced and important event came off on Monday, the Queen's (kept) Birthday. The usual traffic upon the Carrick Road is of a most extensive character, being a corn growing district beyond all other*, but upon this occasion it would be useless to at- tempt a description of the many vehicles of all sorts, sizes, and names, that rolled and rattled down towards the scene of action. One o'clock was. the hour announced for the affair to como off, but long before that period, parties of every grade began to arrive. About half-past nine o'clock, Mesara. Pas- coe, Rudge, and Dodery, in company of Mr. Anstey and his jockey, proceeded to mark out the ground, which went nearly over the Moat Farm (the property of Mr. Symonds,) about one mile from Carrick. The distance to be run over was about four miles, and embraced hill and dale, plain and ploughed land. The fences were fifteen in n...

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QUARTER SESSIONS.—WEDNESDAY. ADJOURNED SITTINGS. Before Joseph Hone Esq. Chairman S. Moses and W. Knight Esqres., [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 May 1857

QUARTER SESSIONS.-WEDNESDAY^ ADJOURNED SITTINGS. Before Joseph Hone Esq. Chairman S. Moses and VV. Knight Esqres., The prosecutions were conducted hy Mr. T. J.Knight, Solicitor-General ; Mr. Dobson, the Clerk of the Peace, was, also in attendance. John Wiliikoxoit was charged with bur- glariously entering the dwelling house of Mark Nathan on the 1st of April and stealing therein one watch of the value of £1, one medal of the value of 4s. and one ring of the value of ia. A second count charged the prisoner with feloniously receiving the articles. Mark Nathan,pawnbroker, Liverpool-street deposed to the security of the premises on the night in question ; there was a cellar opening by a flap into the street ; witness went to bed shortly before 11 o'clock, and the next morn- ing ho found a cash box lying on the floor of the shop, and the street door open ; the box was empty, but the night before, it contained articles of jewellery, nuggets of gold, and sol- diers medals &e., the ...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

MAURITIUS. We have a file of the Oomnwreial Gazette to the 4th of Apt ii. Wo learn from an official document that on the 15th of December last the number of male Indian immigrants upon the island was 102,825. With the exceplipn of those waiting to leave and 10.0CO children too young to work, the wholo of this popula- tion ia employed. It appears to us that this number of young male children ia overesti- mated, os, admitting there are about as many female as male children, it would make the total 20,000. Out of the 73,lGa men and boys under engagement there are probably about 60,000 employed ou sugar estates These men constitute the labour employed to produce 230,000,000 lbs. of sugar. Imfoets.-The Commercial Gazette furni- shes the following statement of the importa during tUe last four years ; In 1853 ., ... £1,092,106 1854 ,., . 1,253,984 1833 . 1,197,618 1856 ... - ... 1,421,863 Our imports from England btvre only main taincd their ground, whilo those fromFrnuce have increased fr...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Rmojitebs is the Legislative Council.-On Fiiday, as will be seen by the re- port of the proceedings of the Upper House, a most extraordinary chai ge was made by the Clerk of the Council against the lepnrteis as a body, in re fusing to return some official papers, which had been entrusted to them to copy. The charge so ultcily unfounded, carne upon the reporters like a thunder-chip, and being, of course, precluded from any defence or explanation, they listened to the charge and to the discussion which ensued with breathless astonishment. It ended, however, as might have been anticipated, virtually in the with- drawal of a charge, which, we are empowered to state, could not have been substantiated. This subject however, involves o very important princi pie,-the accurate reporting ot the proceedings of the honourable House. On this point there can be no two opinions, and. as Air. Nairn very justly re- mark! d, it was highly desirable that every facility should h...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

VICTORIA. " Liquors.-The late advance in> brandy is -fully supported, but is confined to parcela imported by humes whose veracity'can be~ relied on, and while we quote Murtcll's, Henessy's, and other genuine shipper's brandies as readily saleable ht our'iiamed prices, the large quantities of fictitious brand and luhcl offering, are without quotation, and1 saleable only at rutes far below those of genuine articles. The advance in brandy has given an impetus to gin, rum, and whiskey, which aro more inquired for, although at a very slight advance. Bottled beers continue in steady demand ; prices for genu- ine importations are fully supported, but the extent to which the bottling trade is being curried on (sup- plied with labels of every shipper of repute) causes suspicion, particularly with countiy buyers, and tends to depress prices. Draught beers are dull of sale, except for best brands, in piiccs of which no alteration has occurred. Wines of all dcsciiptions continue dull of sale...

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LATER FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

LATER FROM VICTORIA. Br the Roj al Shepherd we received papers last night to the 29th ult. J 1 he Simla arrived from Sydney on the 28th, and | was to sail on the 30th. We find but little wo thy of nptipe, but subjpfn llip fpllowii'g; '1 he ¿four and prajn markets spit show signs pf I firmness. In the former, prices are scarcely so well maintained as they were on Monday and Tuesday; but for fine Adelaide, £22 is still about the ruling figure. Scotch outs h ive changed hands at 13", and the dennnd at t 'at price continues un. abated. ' Mtrlell's and other favourite brandies, are in good reqiie.t. For the first named 17s Od is asked by holden. Wines do not command a prompt >ale, although there would npp°ar to bo a tendency to a slight improvement in portj and sherries."' " Mauritius sugars must be considered as being in better request than any description of foreign pro- duce; and the latest newi from Syd ley i idicite that prices in that direction aie likewise tendiur upwaid. 'Sir ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. May 29-Emma, brig, 139, Brown, from New- castle, N.S.W., with coiils. Agents-Maning Brothers. ' I May 29-Harriet Nathan, barque, 127, Lloyd, fiom Geelong. Agent-Master. May 30.-Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 87 tons Abbott from whaling; 20 tons sperm oil. Agent Chapman & Thomas. ' Muy 31.-Durt, biig, 134 tons, Sansom from Geelong ; 19th May, ballast. Cabin passengers Mis and Miss Dunkley, Masteis' Greenma^tcr, Peiriman.-Steerage John McKenzie,' Willlium Thomson. Agent Master. May 31st.-North Star, brg, 122 [tons, Dall, from Melbourne, 21st May, 150 casks beef. Agent-Lipscombe. DEPARTURES, , May 29-Adeona, schooner, 115, Noel, fur Ade- laide. - ' May 28-Eucalyptus, barque, 196, Thomson, for Melbourne, with sundiies. l'ass^ngeis, cabin Mr. and Miss Menee, Mr. and Mis. boam. , ' May 31.-Flying Fish, shtoner, 122 tons, Luca', Geelong, sundries. ' May 31.-Grecian biig, 212 tons, Lucas for whaling in ballast. May 31.--Urania, schooner, 100 tons, Johnston, Melbour...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

SYDNEY. > < 'NV'e have news, fio'm " Sydney ,to ^e 28r'd «It j- , A public meeting had been held in Sydney, at which it was determined to form another gas company for supplying the ciby and suburbs with gas. The company is 'to be started on a capital of aÇlOO.OÛO, Before the meoting broke'up, 20O5 shares were taken" The heavy rains that have taken place lately iu the Hunter district, have much, in- jured the last wheat and maúe crops, and the flooding of the country will, it}s sajd, mate- rially delay sowing operations.

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING The clipper ship NoifolK from London, airived at the Poit Phillip Heads on Thursd ly night, after a splendid passage of 07 days. She was in the. South Channel when the Royal Shepheid cleared the Heads on Friday. She will bring 0 days later liuglish nc\V3, having sailed on the 22nd Man li. The English new smay be expected by the Tasmania, looked for this evening. The whaling baique Jane spoke the Aladdin of Hobart Town on Dee. 20th, with 400 barrels of speim oil, in lntitudo 33 degrees south, and longi- tude 1C8 degrees east; March 3id, Hoscoe, of New Bedford, l8 months out, with 300 barrels, in lati- tude 32 degises 30 minutes south, and longitude 160 degices SO minutes eaçt; April 2nd, Onyx, barque, 7 \veeks out, clean, in latitude §fj degrees soma, and longitude 150 degrees 20 minutes east ; May 3rd, spoke the Ariel, schooner, in latitude 32 degrees 35 minutes south, and longitude 155 degrees 19 minutes east. 'Hie second mate of the Jane was killed while cap...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES Messrr. Brent and Westbrook : This day, at the inait ;-Extia superior boots and shoes.bottled porter, nlcs, ' and vinegar, cheese, Manilla cigars, wúidow sashes, American chans,caipet .' broom«, superior slops, hogsheads and quarter casks superior,braddy.1, Messrs, William Ivey and Co.: To morrow, at the mart :-Mole trowsers, extensive and valuable assortment of winter goods, blue serge shirts. Mr, W. A Gues.lon : This day, on the ground, upper cnd'of Macquarie St'eet ¡-Steam and watei flour and saw mill, »t Mr. W. Roberts upper Macquarie Street, first rate bay horse. STEAM TO MELBOURNE. H "¡vît- T H E powerful fast, and Favourite «iWifiiRSv Passengei Steamer £g¡jy¡g QUEEN, J B, Blackburn, late of the Eucalyptus Cominandei, Will again be despatched norn Launceston for Melbourne Wharf direct, on MONDAY MORNING next, 8th June, at 11 o'clock. To.prevent disappointment, early application is advised to secure room for hoi ses. All passago money must be paid at the Agcnt...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL-FRIDAY. The President took his sent at four o'clock. PETITION. Captain L\NGI)ON presented n Petition from cei tain Landowners and Inhabitants' of Bothwell, praying that the Homo procure a Bill for supplying Bothwell with water fiom the Uiver* Clyde. The petition ivas received, and read, and notice given for Monday, for the printing.' NOTICES. Mr. WEDGE gave' notice, for Tuesday, to- morrow, that he shou'd bring tinder the cousideia tinn of the Council the Ministerial Memorandum ; setting forth Hie policy of the present government, with the view of bringing forward a lesolution in refprenco thereto, Mr- WHYTE gave no:ice, tint on Tuesday, he should move that the message of ihe House of As- sembly, signifying its assent to amendments mida by this House in the Appropiiation Act, the Pu'-lic Woiks Loan Bill, and the £.12,000 Debentures Bill, brought up yesterday, be taken into coti sideiat'on. ,Albo, to move, that on the 28th of May a messa...

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EAST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

EAST INDIES. We have Madras papers to the 19th of I March, from which we take the following ex- ,| tracts ; Military Movements.-According to our I Delhi contemporary, a large force, consisting of cavalry, artillery, and infantry, to be com- manded by Brigadier Chamberlain, is assem- bling at Dera Ghazce Khan, for the putpnsc of punishing the Bozdur tribe, on the other j side of the hills, through which latter the ] force will have to fight their way. Tne Bengal Railway,-The "Ilur karu" reports the following ;-" We nre in- formed that the railway double line is in co- urse of completion, nnd .its first section be- tween Howrah and Bully is thoroughly com- pleted. Us trial trip will tako place on the 16th instant, and it will, we trust, answer as successfully as the old one run by the iron horse." "News from Rangoon.-For the following-! wo are iudebted to the" Hiirknru" :-We have received Rangoon pnpei'3 to the 25'.h | and Monimail! to the 21st ultimo. From ths latter wc extract the f...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, JUNE, 1ST, 1857. VACANT SEAT FOR LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

THE MERCURY. Puhlísljtü' fHcm'öaE, öäebitestraa Aütíonu1 MONDAY MOlUHNtt. JUNE, 1st, 1857, ' VACANT SEAT FOE LAUNCESTON . By the Examiner of Saturday we learn that a numerously signed ltequisition has been pre- sented to Mr. Crookes soliciting him to be- come a candidate for the vacancy in the repre- sentation of Launceston caused by the resig- nation of W. T. N. Champ Esquire. Mr Ciopkes has consented to be placed in nomi- nation. The writ has been issue4 appointing the 4th instant for the nomination, and the 8th for the poling. ' >

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY "ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. Tito great mid increasing demand for horse feed in Victoria continues to influence our markets : oats have reached tho extraordinary price of 14s, one parcel of 1000 bushels hav- ing been purchased at this figuro to-day for export to Melbourne. Hay also is in demand, but.the supply is comparatively small ; no advance however has taken place since our last. ^ Wheat is in demand, and rising in price ; 8b were given for a small choice lob to-day, and a further advance is looked for. This improvement is referred to the rife in flour at Melbourne, and au immediate advance is expected here in this article, consequent upon the remarkable fineness of the season, which has put the windmills, and many of the water mills at a stand still. Potatoes are improving, being in demand for export : 50 tons were shipped to-day for Victoria at d27 per ton. Oniousare in much request, and £15 are freely given for good keeping qualiti...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

MAURITIUS. ' We have Mauriths news'to the 17th 'April, but our papers are only down to the 4th of that month. The proposed alteration in'the times of departure of the mail lins been carried out. For the future the mail that leaves London on the 10th instead or that which leaves on the 2Gth will be a mail biojght by the steamers from Aden,und a steamer will leave Port Louis about the 14lh of eveiy month. By this arrangement the steamer for Mauritius will au ¡ve a day after the one from Suez, and a day before the steamer from Calcutta, theieby avoiding all chance of delay for mails and p.issengcis. There will b'e also aih¡,le time between the arrival nnd de pafturc of the mails to reply to letters received. The "Commercial G-izette," in noticing the brtak-down of the Oneida asks " Why do not the Australian colonies arrange lor a bi-monthly mail by way of Mauritius?" ' 'Sugar.-Immediately after fie arrival of the Governor Higginson, on the lit March, there was an active demand, owing t...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening las [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

-HOBART TOWN PE1CB CURRENT Corrected np to five o'clock on Saturday Evening las ALE # BEER-(wholsale) Ale, Bass's No 2 per dot lu IBs Od Worthington and Robinson's No 3 per Mid di Os Od Alsopp'sNo 3,perhhd IS Os Qd Ditto pale East India per Mid 19 Bl Qd io la 10* ild Other Irands per Jihd IS IO» Od to 19 Alsopp's per dozen \\s 6d to llífiá Byass's \\s Gd to lit ed Duckworth's Us Od to 11J Bd Bryant ond Davis's lui Od lo l8* Od Marzelli's Us Od lo 11» Od Uibbert's 10s Od to 10s Od Ot/ierboltlers.lls lo 12«. Porter, Barclay's, perhhd 17 Bs 0 to li ' 10s Elliott and Walney's per hhd IO Os Od to 17 Os Other Irands lu 10s Od to 17 Os Od Trueman'* X per hhd IO Bs Od to IO Bs Od Trueman'» XX per kid lib IO« Od to IO 15s ISd Taylors' stout per hhd 17 Os Od to 17 10s Od By an's quarts per doz 12s Od to 13s Od Whitbread'!, stout per dos 12s Od to 12s Od Marzetti's porter per do: Vis Od lo 12s Bryant and Davis''s per doz lis Odio Ils Od Other bottiers perdoz \"s Od to Us 7d BUTTEE-Cork double ...

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THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 June 1857

THE CAPE. By way of Mauritius we have news from the Cape to the 4th of March. The Kaffirs had been committing depreda- tions, and seemed disposed for war. On this account much uneasiness prevailed in the colony generally, though the newspapers in the direction of the Frontier are sometimes accused of exaggeration. The last instalment of the German Legion had arrived. Some of them were very dis- orderly after they landed. Those that had reached the frontier were said to be no better. The " Graham's Town Journal" says their con- duct has not been such " as to inspire confi- dence, or to open any bright prospects of future advantage from their presence in this country." The following is from the " Graham's Tooti Journal" of 21st February : The intelligence received this morning from this quarter is somewhat alarming, showing very distinctly that affairs have reached a crisis, aud that it behoves our frontier inhabit- ants to exercise unslumbering vigilance, adopting at the same time, e...

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