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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITÏ. TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS. Commissariat Tasmania. Hobart Town, 2nd June 1857. TENDERS, in DUPLICATE, will be received ,. ,, at this Office until noon on Monday next the 8th instant, Tor Bills to he drawn on the Lords Commissioncis of Her Majesty's Treasury, at 30 day's sight,- in Exchange for Iiritis.li Money, to the amount of about £10,000 insumí of not less than £100 each. .-Parties tenderme are particularly requested to slate on their tenders in what sums they wish the several Bills lo be drawn. Stephen Owen Assistant Commissary General. ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 26th May, 1857. TENDERS will be received by me until noon on Wednesday, the 17th June next, for supply- ing the Colonial Service at New Norfolk, from the 1st July,1857, to31stMarch, 1858, with the under mentioned articles, in such quantities as may be required, subject to the conditions of the invitation for Tender« for Annual Supplies, dated 27th Janu- ary last : Fresh Meat, at per lb. Veget...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening las [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corredei *p io five o'clock on Saturday Evening las ALE t¡ BEEB-faholsaleJ Al«, Bcwft Ko 2 Mr (te II) 16« Oí Worthington and Robinson's No 3 ser AM Di 0« Od AUopp'tNo 3, per AM 19 Os Od ¿Mo pah .Eeitx India, per hM » St Od io |5lO» W <%*«. V»* |w AW « 10» Od to » Affofp'fPt^dfftn llr;W <» ||#« JS/W« II» W to Iii Gd Duckworth's Iii Cd ¿o 11« 5d Bryant and Davis'i Aïs Gd io 13* Od Marzetli'sMs (Id to 11» 0(2 Hibberl's 10« Od to IO« Od Other bottlers,} Is io 12». Porter, Harelay'!, per Ititi 17 fis 0 to V¡ 10« JEWíott a»á Walncy'sper hhdlG 0* Od to 27 Or Oi/to- irand« 26 10« Od io 17 0» Od Trueman'* X per hltd 20 5s Od to 10 Bs Od Trueman'* XX per hhdVt 10« Od to IG 15« 0d Taylors' stout per hhd ¡7 0« Od to 17 IO« Od Byass's quarts per dos 12« Gd to 13« Od Whitbread'* stout per doz Us Od io 12« Od MarzellV*porter per doz lïs Gd io 12* Bruant and Davit's per doz 11* Od to 11« Od Other bottlers per doz In» Od to 11« Id BUTTER-Cork double ro...

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LAUNCESTON ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

LAUNCESTON ELECTION. The nomination of a fit and proper person to represent Launceston in tho House of Assem- bly, in the place of W. T. N. Champ, Esq., resigned, took place at Launceston at 1? o'clock on Thursday. John Crookes Esq, was proposed by J. W. Gleado ', Esq., and seconded by Alderman Cohen; Alexander Stewart, Esq. was proposed by Mr. J. J. Moore and seconded by Mr. Samuel Watson. Tho show of hands was in favor of Mr. Crookes. Mr, Stewart demanded a poll which will take place at Launceston this day.  

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COURT OF REQUESTS.—FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND JURISDICTION. Before Joseph Hone Esq., Commissioner. Bisdee and Bean v. Finch. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

COURT OF REQUESTS.-FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND JURISDICTION Before Joseph Hone Esq., Commissioner. Bisdee and Bean v. Finch. Mr. Butler stated that he had on admission in writing from one of the defendants. The following jury were sworn William   Dove, George Crisp, Georgo Brown, and Henry Fleming.   This was an action to recover a sum of money due by the defendants to the plaintiff for several tons of wattle bark. Mr. Butler stated that the admission ho held was from William Bean, and authorised the plaintiff to receive any monies duo to him from the estate of Speed. As the signature could not bo _ proved, the Commissioner refused to go on with tho case, remarking that ho was sorry Mr Butler had brought tho matter forward. Ho (Mr Hone) was not a man for countenancing experiments. The case was then dismissed. Tho same jury was then sworn. Menzio v. Tarleton Mr McMinn appeared for the plaintiff and the Crown Solicitor for the defendant. The case was opened by Mr. M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

American Axe Handles. MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY AND Co. Will sell hy public auction, At their Mart, Elizabeth-street, TO-MORROW, the 9th instant, at 11 o'clock, »7A DOZEN AMERICAN AXE | U HANDLES. Terms at sale: Fi/ly ions Prime Winter Cured Sydney Beef. MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY & Co., Will Sell hy Public Auction, At their Mart, Elizabeth-street, TO-MORROW, the Otk instant, at 11 o'clock, without any rcscive, 5 TIERCES Primo winter cured SYDNEY BEBF.in lota, Terms at Sale. Five Cases Assorted Haberdashery. MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY & Co. Will Sell hy Auction, At their Mart, Elizabeth-street, On TUESDAY next, the Oth inst., at 11 o'clock, without the elghtest reserve. FIVE CASES HABERDASHERY, worked muslin collars, habit shirts, chemisettes, sleeves, neck ribbons, trimmed collars, silk aprons, ribbon tics, bracelets, brooches, diamond trimming, hair nets, coronets, cambrjc sets, fire. Terms at sale. One Case Bayadere Boies. MESSRS WILLIAM IYEY AND Co Will Sell by Public Auction, At...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. The Interview witu Dost Mahomed, Wo extract the following iutcrcsting account of the interview between Dost Mahomed and Sir John Lawrence from the Delhi Gazette : -" Dost Mahood is now encamped at Jum rood. On the 1st, Sir John Laurence went to meet him at a place some distance within the Khyber ; who accompanied him, I do not ex- actly known, but I believe very few, and these officials-' No outsiders were allowed. To- day the Dost returned the visit to Sir John in his camp at Huriee Sing Tlinnneli, and there was a groud parade to do him honour ; the Horse Artillery, Horse Batteries, Cavalry, four Regiments, Queen's Regiments, three in »nimber, and two Infantry Regiments, marched past in review. There was a durbar previous io review, but very few were at it. The appearance of the Dost, I believe disappoin- ted tim many; they expected tosco him at least covered with jewels, and perhaps a crown on his head, whereas be had on only a karkoo long choga, and a while pajaar ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES Messrs. Brent and Westbrook, this-day, at their Mart ; Odniens stores ; supeiior combs ; colo- nial butter, Tarpaulins, beef; Gulnare tea ; bluchers, Wellington.«, carpet slippers, and Seul Alberts, Livetpool soap, matches; supe- rior coats, and hollow-ware. To-moirow, at Chambcrlen's Farm, Tea Tree, live and dead stock, wheat, oats, barley, bay, carts, roller, ploughs, harness, threshing machine, pigs, and sundries, butter, preserves, ca>sia, candied fruits, guava jelly, bath bricks, hams, ginger, belts, &c. i Messrs. W Ivey and Co., To-morrow at theil Mart ; Bayadere robes; assoited hiberdashery ; damaged calico; beef, and American axe handles. Messrs. Worley and Frodsham, To-moriow, Stock Sale at Richmond. Mr. G. A. Kemp, To-morrow, Stock Sale at Broad Marsh. ' Mr. W. A. Guesdon,-This-day, at the wharf, sashei, doois tar, butter, and preserved meats. To-morrow,1 at Constitution Dock,-Cargo of Spring Bay Coals, ex Zephyr.

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THE PENNY DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

THE PENNY DESPATCH. In another column wo have given a full Re- port of the action brought against the propri- etor of this journal for a breach of contract. The publication of the case in extenso is due to our own commercial integrity,' and it is the best reply which can be given to the damaging insinuations thrown'out against us by an en- vious contemporary. However muchi such conduct may be in unison with the feelings and practices of thoso who evidenced such in- decent haste in endeavouring io prejudge a case ol the merits of which they were ignorant, and to(fix a stain thereby upon our^ commer- cial integrity, we can assure them that this journal holds a position for independence and stability which renders such degradation on our part unnecessary. /That we should resort to equivocal«, business habits for so paltry a sum as £16 is rather ;too absurd. We sought to do au act of kindness to an unworthy -per- son. This is clearly enough shown, not only by the lidiculously small amou...

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MR. THACKERAY ON "THE FOUR GEORGES." (From the Leeds Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

ME. THACKERAY ON «'THE FOTJE GEOBGES." (From the Leeds Mercury.) On Tuesday evening last, Mr. Thackeray delivered before the members of the Leeds MechauicB* Institution and Literary Society, oiie of his course of four lectures, entitled "The Four Georges, aud Court and Town Mauners during their Reigns." Tho lecture was given in the Music-hall, Albion-street, which waa densely crowded in every part by a highly respectable auditory. This lecture, as wo have already stated, waa to have been delivered on Thursday last, but waa post- poned on account of the sudden illness of Mr Thackeray, at Halifax. The committee of the Leeds Mechanics' Institution had en- gaged him for two lectures ; but, iu conse- quence of tho disarrangement consequent upon his indisposition, the second lecture ia post- poned indefinitely. At the present moment, we believe, Mr. Thackeray is fully engaged for four months; so that tho" "Fourth George" ia not likely to appear on tho Leeds Mechanics' Institution stago fo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY j ("Limited) The following, or otliermagiiificenl Screw Steam Ships belonging to tlio Company will bo dis- patched fiom Hobaon's Bay willi her Majesty's Mails for Southampton (via ïluez and Alexandria) touching ot King George's Sound nnd Point de Gulle, asunder:- Horso 1857 Tons power Captain Maich 15... European 4..23S0 ... 530 .... - April 15 ... Columbian...2300 ... 530 ... - May 15 ..Oneida .2400 ... 550 ... Hyde June 15.Australasian 2800 ... 750. July 15.Simla.2440 ... 630 ... Cooper Rates of passage money from Melbourne : £ £ To King George's Sound ... 20 15 Point de Galle. O _ 45 Aden. 80 1 60 Alexandria.105 ° 80 'Malta.HO . 00 Southampton.120 100 Pa«sengirs going to Marseilles cn« only be booked to Malta, but the Company will have a steamer at Mulla lo convey them to Marseilles. I |For freight or passage, plans of cabins, and other utorination, apply to KERR, BOGLE, & Co. Hobart-Town. MACKAY, BAINES & CO. Agents, Hal...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. The tone of the grain market is generally im- proving, and the price of the articles advancing, with the exception of oats, 12s 6d being the highest figure obtained for best samples. Wheat has taken a further start, and is bought freely at from 8s Gd to 9s with the piospoct of another advance ; English barley is very scarce, and in the hands of few holders ; it will meet with purchasers at from 8s Gd to 9s ; Cope Barley is also in demand at 9s. There is no maize in the market, the price at Sydney being 10* per bushel. Potatoes are plen- tiful at from £5 15s to £0, and onions of good quality, ero in demand for exportation at a high figure ; a lot was refused this morning by a con- siderable holder for £20 per ton. Flour remains at £22 per ton, but is likely to advance, unless we have a change of weather. Good hay is in request and will fetch from £9 to £9 10s for best trusses, chiefly for exportation to Victoiia....

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POLICE OFFICE.—FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess and T. Giblin, Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

POLICE OFFICE.-FRIDAY. Befure F. Burgess and T. Giblin, Esas. The business to-dvy was extremely light, there were no drunkards, and only ono brawler, who was fined 5?. The Gold Bigger ayain.-?Three of the Lascars belonging to the Gold Digger, and who had been given into custody hy Captain Birber, were brought before tho bench to answer a charge of disobedience of orders, and refusing to work. Captain Barber, how- ever, did not appear to press tho charge, and the defendauts weto questioned, D. 0, Fitz siminoii!, interpreting, as to the cause of their disobedience. They staled that the rations were insufficient in quantity, and bad in quality, and one said that the captain had beaten him after they left Penang. They were returned to their ship, and a constable was directed to take them on board. Assault.-Mrs. Ellen Ponds complained of Mrs. Ann Curtain for assaulting her on the 29th ult., and tearing her cap. The affair being ono of mutual battle, the bench dis- missed the case, * Seve...

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SUPREME COURT.—FRIDAY. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor, Sir Valentine Fleming Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

SUPREME COURT.-FRIDAY CRIMINAL, SITTINGS. Before His Honor, Sir Valentine Fleming Chief Justice.     The Solicitor General conducted the pro secutions. ' James Buckley, John Jolly, Henry Jones, and Charles Hutt were charged w ith stealing on tha 25th May, 6 pairs of cloth trowsers of the value of £4, the property of Messrs, Watchorn, Perkins and Co. A second court charged the prisoners with feloniously receiving the property. The prisoner Buckley, as stated by Mr Perkins, had been in his service about 14 months ; on the 26th May he was given into the custody of the Police for stealing the property of his employers. ° The prisoners were defended by Mr. Lees who elicited from Mr. Perkins, that other houses in the trade might have trowsers similar to those now produced.     -John Booth Lawson., assistant to the pro. secutors, knew two of the prisoners, Buckley and Jolly ; the former was the cook, and the latter had been in the same se...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fatal Boat Accident: Two Lives Lost.--We regret to record the death of two native youths, the sons of old and respectable Colonists, which occurred on Saturday night by the upsetting of a boat in Ralph's Bay. It appears, that Messrs Daniel and George Anderson, sons of Mr. D. An- derson of Sandy Bay, and Mr. Edward Vince, son of Mr. Vince, of the same place, proceeded in a whale boat, about 8 o'olock, to visit a relative of the former, residing over the water : on nearing the shore, the accident seems to have happened, as cries for help were heard, and two young men im- mediately put off in a boat, but arrived only in time to rescue Mr. George Anderson who was found clinging to the boat. The body of Mr. E. Vince was found yesterday morning, but up to a late hour last night the body of Mr. Anderesn had not been recovered.                   &n...

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THE ARTIFICIAL REARING OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

THE ARTIFICIAL REAliING OF FISH. The Field, a London sporting journal of high character, remaiks upon the above subject : " The artificial rearing of fish, which has been practised to a considerable extent in this country aud in France, has been intro- duced also iulo America by Drs. Garlick aud AcUloy, of Cleveland, Ohio. They have made several trips to Lake Superior and Port Stanley, in Canada, to procuro trout for stocking their streams, and were successful ou every occasion but tho first in traunport ing their fish. They found that by reducing tbe temperature of the water in the vessels containing the fish to 32 degrees, by the application of ice, the respiration and circu- lation in fish were so reduced that they ex- perienced no difficulty in transporting the many 'distance, with perfect success. In reference to rearing the fish by artificial means, the Perth Courier of yesterday gays:-'We were shown some of the fry taken from the Stormoulfield pond the other day, and from the...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. BOTHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. P.OTUWELL. The dullness of the winter evenings is about to*De enlivened in this little village by the delivery of a course of lectures in the large public school room. The first of the series took place on Monday, and was at- tended by about seventy persons, with a great many of the school boys and girls ; the room was well lighted, and a cheerful fire took off the effects of tho fearful frost outside, where tho thermometor ¡>tood at 29 degrees, The lecturer was the Rev. W. M. Hesketh, M.A., who was listened to by a delighted audience for an hour and three quaitcrs. The subject was " The advantages to be derived from the pursuit of knowledge." The following is the programme of the lectures as far as already promised : 1. The Rev. W. M. Hcbketh, M.A., " In- troductory." 2. The Police Magistrate, H. Hull, Esq., on " The Star Systems." 3. Mr. J. B. Park, the conductor of the Publie School, on " The Seasons." 4i. Thomas Arnold, Esq.,, B-A-, Trinity College, on " Po...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. We have a month's later news from Auck [ lane], extended, to May 6. The General Assembly, which stood proro-1 gued till the 1 st of July, has been further pro- rogued sine die. The first stono of the new Wellington Houso of Assembly for the Provinqi.il Council ''? and ; Chamber, for the legislative Council and House of Representatives of New Zealand," was laid on the Oth of March, by the Superintendent of | Wellington. Concerning the William Denny steamer,thc | ' New Zealandor ' of April 22 says :-" We un- derstand that some of the shareholders in this vessel are about to try in the Resident Magis- trate's Court, the legality of salo by the direc- tors, without the consent of the entire body ol proprietors of tho stranded vessel* An import- j nut point of law as regal da the constitution of shareholding bodies is said to bo involved in the proceeding." There had been somo fresh arrivals of sam- ples of gold-washings from the Corromaudol district during the wee...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-MONDAY. Present : His Worship, the Mayor, Aldermen Rheuben, Sims, Seabrook, Thomson, and Meikle, The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The usual changes of occupation wero read by the City Collector, and the names ordered to be insetted on the Electoral Roll. Alderman Meikle presented a petition from certain inhabitants near Wellington Bridge, eomplaining of a nuisance created hy a but- cher's shop in that vicinity, and praying the interference of the Council. The Mayor said, that the matter must be settled by information. A letter was read from Mr. W. C. D. Smith, applying for the payment of £7, for expenses incurred by a publie meeting, at which the Mayor presided, and at which a petition to the Legislative Council was adopted, praying the honourable House to recommend that the Government Domain ho handed over to the Çopporatfon, in trust for the citizens. The Mayor stated, that he would look into the matter : he did not think that the corpo- ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Wiitiat is in demand, the supply being short. Yesterday all that was available for purchase was bought readily at 9s. There is a lull in oats for the present, and they remain at pre- vious quotations. Hay is in demand at £9 per ton for best .trusses. SYDNEY. Via Melbourne we have Sydney dows to tho 4th instant. We tnko the following from the Empire. There-has not been much business trans . acted in: the share market this week ; the extremo ratea maintained for colonial bank- ing aud assurance securities preventing the investments which would be mado were they offered at moro reasonable rates. Messrs. Bowden nnd Threlkelds's usual weekly sale of groceries, provisions, &e., was held to-day. There was a numerous atten- dance of buyers, and large parcels of oilmens Btores, fruits, candles, Painpangn sugar, &2., were placed at satisfactory prices, showing an improvement in the markets. The same firm sold the cargo of Hobart Tow...

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LATER FROM VICTORIA. From the Melbourne Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 June 1857

LATEB TBOM VICïOJMA. From the Melbourne Argil*. In the market to-day there has been grea- ter activity, arising from a disposition to speculate on the probable effect of the Eng- lish mail of the 12th April, now nearly due. Candles have rallied, and are firm. Bel- mont sperm have been sold at I4id. Butter of really good quality had met with great inqairy, and soreral parcels of Cork double rose, of favourite brands, changed hands at Is. 2d. to Is. 2li\. per lb. The spirit market continues steady. Bran- dies inbuilt of goiiuine character are firmly held, the few parcels taken fer consumption having been sold at full quotations. There hare been no large trausactions for bulk, but bottled brandies have changed hands in toler- able quantities, U. V. Company's having realised 39s. to 40s. per dozen. Hum is in better request ni full prices. Bulk beers are very dull, but tiiere is a good inquiry for Bynss's bottled ale and porter. Oats and brau are somewhat neglected,and no change in price...

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