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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

AMERICA. Tho Liverpool Albion, ef April 13, says The Royal Mail steamship Africa, Shannon, commander, arrived last evening, with advices from New York to tbe 1st instant, and 345,000 dois in specie on freight. . She experienced variable winds and weather during the pas- sage. On Sunday, at 5, a.m., passed the Royal Mail steamship America, hence for Boston. Jt is stated that Lord Napier had been in communication with the United States Go- vernment on the China question, with the de- sign of effecting a tripartite alliance of England, France, and the United States, for tho protec- tion of mutual interests, and the extension of commerce and civilization in that quarter. President Buchanan's nephew had died at Lancaster. The New Grenadian Minister bad arrived at Washington. The screw steamship New York, of Glas- gow, bad been seized for an unsatisfied claim for coals shipped last winter at N antucket. The "Albany Argus" states that Mr. M. Selioonmaker, comptroller of the Central Rail- w...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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THE APPOINTMENT OF GENERAL CASS. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

THE APPOINTMENT OF GENERAL CASS. (From tlio Times.) By tho last steamer from America we loam that the new President, Mr Buchanan, had appointed General Lewis Cass, of Michigan, to be Secretary of State-that is, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chief of the Cabinet. Thero was a time when such an not would have been received in England as a most serious demonstration. General Cass is ¡is well known to us by reputation as one of out own politicians. From the time beyond the memory of most of us he has been in English eyes tho representative of tho great Western Democracy, with all its prejudices and animo- sities. The General is said to bo 75 years old and during the term of his political lilü he has boen a Minister at home, a Representative in Europe, and for a numbar of years Senator from the State of Michigan. But whether at a bureau in Washington, at a levee at tho Tuiliercs, or amid the clearings of his Western home, he has ever been the vehement denoun- cer of England, her ambitio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES. Messrs Brent and "Westbrook, this day, nt the Mart : -Superior port wine and brandy ; pearl barley, split peas, butter, cheese, blacking &c ; calico and cord trow sers ; hollow ware ; American diairs, carpet brooms j large assortment of jewellery ; imitation Meerehaum pipes, snuff beses, fusee cases, com'.s, &c, &e ; American clocks, 3-bushel and other bags. Messrs \V. Ivoy nud Co, to-morrow, at the Mart :-Winter mantles, bale long cloth, fancy winter ribbons, nud fancy silk hand- kerchiefs ; double demy news paper ; cloth- ing, hosiery boots, buttons, canvas, blue, sundries; umbrellas ; damaged Bulwer' coats ; assorted haberdashery ; lend piping; storekeeper's stock in trade ; woollen plaid scarfs, and shawls, figured alpaca aprons, gutta percha coats and leggings ; prime colonial butter;'Bass's ale No 3, elder wiuo. Messrs "Worley and Frodsham, to-morrow,on the premises of Mr. Quinn, Montpelier street,-Framed houses, doors, sashes, water ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CLEANED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CLEANED OUT. 12th-Pilot, schooner, 115, Jamieson, Melbo- urne, sundries. Cabin-Mrs. Doran and tiro children. DEPAUTUltEl, June 12th-Hariet Nathan, barque, 127, Lloyd, Geelong, sundries. 12-Helen S. Pago, barque 220, Spring, Port Albert, ballast. June 13th-Reindeer, schooner, 101, Baker, Melbourne, sundries. 13ih--Pilot, schooner, 01, Burke, Melbourne, sundries. June M th-Scotia, schooner, 110 tons, Trcgnr tlia, for Surveyor's Beech, for Stone. «SPORTS. Reindeer, Melbourne-G0,000 feet timber, P. Leigh. Piloi, (Jamieson), Melbourne-15,000 ffet timber, 173 felloes, 7000 G feet palings, 200 bgs potatoes, 5G do oats, 44 hearth btanct, 800 posts and rails, 10,000 5-ft palings, 22 pkgs furnituie, I carriage, li. Lipscombe; 76 brls split pens, \V. Ciosby and Co. ; 100 bgs oat«, McL'lieison & Co. Pilot, (Burke), Melbourne-5000 ft timber, 7000 palings, 10 tons potatoes, 171 b¿s oals, Mull- ing Brothers ; 29 bg.lit, J. Gould ; 200 bgs po tatoes, 128 do barley, 26...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Tenders will be received by the Accountant of Stores until noon on Wednesday, tho 17th of June next for supplying the Colonial Service from the 1st of July 1857,to the 31st of March 1858, with the undermentioned ai tides, (at the places notified) in such quantities ns may be required, subject to the conditions of the invitations for Tenders for annual supplies, dated 27th January last.

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING RAISING SUNKEN VESSELS AT SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING RAISING SUNKEN VliSSELS AT SEBASTOPOL. The apparatus now in process of construction in this country to bo used in raising sunken vessels in the Sebaslopol harbour is larger and more complete than any heretofore employed for a similar purpose, fhe work will be dono fioin immense caissons o! wooden floats «uppoiting eight engines of 40 horse power, each of which drives a double action pump connected with enormous hydraulic rams. These rnmi weigh 54,000 lbs. a-picce, mid have* lifting power of 500 tons. They consist of nothing but a cylinder and piston, to the latter of which a chain is attached, which is also fattened to the sunken vessels. Winn the pilton has been driven up to the cylinder head by the pressure of the condensed water the chain is kept at that point, the piston is run out again, and so by successive hitches the work is finished. Four rams can be brought to bear on on« vessel ata time. Gear work may also be attached to the engine?, so as to derive...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

JUSTA R¡R I \íh D r- - i ¡ j i AM INVOICE or CATHOLIC BOOKS, COMPRISING -BIBLES, PRA^ CR BOOKS, and TALCS ' In great variety and in ^splendid bindings, and beautifully illustrated, at JOHN DOYLE S Catholic Book Depot, 48, Murray street, June 4th APARTMENTS to LET furnished or unfurí msliea, 58 DAVEY SI KELT at the cor- ner of Antill-strect " May 21st 1857 1 O R JC TAVERN BltlSIIANr STREET HL SUT! VER ION, formerly of the Black , Snake, Bridgen ater, having obtained a i rnnsfer of the York Invern,Brisbane street, wishes to announce tp his fuends and the public generally that tliey may be accommodated at the old I icen seil Public House as aboie on the most reasonable terms V S - If L S having lajd m a stock of the best description of Wines and "Spirits can with con fide-ice assert that one call of his town or country friends, will ensure him that support which he enjoyed bo long ¡at Bridgewater 1 o his country friends especiqll}, he would invite attention to'lhe accommodation, winch ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 15th June 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

GENERAL POST OFFICE. 15th June 1857. SHIP MAILS will bo closed at this office as under : - For Adelaide and Sydney via Melbourne, per first vessel,on Wednesday nt, 2 P. M. For Melbourne per City of Hobart on Wednes- day next at 2 p.m. * P. S. Important Notice.-The French transit, rate on letters from Englandforwnrdcd vid Mar- seilles must in future be prepaid in cash at the win- dow of the Post Office at which they may be posted as also the English postage on letter« < and news papers for Foreign parts, ond for Biitish colonies, when forwarded through England. Mails for Sydney mid Adelaide, are made up at this Office, end forwarded via Melbourne, by ev.'ry Steam Vessel departing from Hobart Town or Launceston.

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

HOBART TOWN PB1CE CURRENT Corrected up toßtc o'clock on Saturday Evening last ALE $ BEER-(wholsaleJ Ale, Bass's No 2 per (¡oz li) 15* Oá Worthington atti Robinson''s No 3 per hhd 91 Os Od Alsopp'» No 3, per hhd li) Os Oá Ditto pal« East India per hhd I!) Si Od to lú 10* (j¿ Other Irands per liH IS lOs Od to I» Alsopp'»per dozen 11« Cd to 11* Cá Byass'» Ms Cd to Us Gd Duckworth's 11« Cd to Us 5d Bryant and Davit's 12* Od to 13* Od Marzetti's Us Od io Us Od Hibberl'» 10* Od to 10« Od Oilierlottlers,\U .to 12*. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd 17 5s 0 io li 10* Elliott and Walney'sper Mid Iii 0* Od io 17 0* Other Irands 16 10» Od to li 0* Od Trueman'» X per hhd IO St Od to 16 Ss Od Trueman'» XX per hhd lb 10» Od io IO 15* Od Taylors' stout per hhd Ï7 0* Oá to li 10* Od Byass'» quarts per doz 12» Cd to 13* Od Whitlread's stout per dos 12» Od to 12* Oá Marzetti's porter per doz lis Od to 12* Bruant and Davis's per dot 11» Oáí*o 11« Oá Other bottlers per doz IO* Od io 11* Id BUTTER-Cork double ...

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ODDS AND ENDS ABOUT THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

ODDS AND ENDS ABOUT THE ELECTIONS. For the lost thirty years (says the Observer) there has not been a general election wliich presented so many remarkable» features, and such extraordinary results, as that which has now nearly terminated. Who would havo imagined that the mover and seconder of the vote of censure on Lord Palmerston, with tho wholo of the party to which they belonged, would have been, in the courso of two or three weeks, without a scat in the House of Com. mons?Who that hoard Mr- Cobden speak at Manchester, Salford, and Huddersfield, only a short fortnight since, would havo believed that not only ho, but Mr. Bright, Mr. Milner Gihsou, Sir E. Hermitage, Mr. Fox, Sir Joshua Walmsley, Mr. Miall, Sir Wm. Clay, ¿co., would be completely discarded by the country,and that the Manchester party would bo amongst the things that have been ? Ano- ther feature in the elections is the feeling than bos been exhibited by tho constituencies to- wards their former members; who would wi...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

LATEST EUROPEAN. A Liverpool paper speaks of a letter ad- dressed by Mr. Cobden * to a gentleman in that city, m which ho alludes to bia own defeat, at Huddersfield, and mora especially to tho rejection, by Manchester of Mr. Bright. Mr. Cobdeu is in a delicate state of health, and states that his own exclusion from Parliament will bo a positive relief to him ; but be feels acutely tho courso which has bepn pursued nfc MaucheBtpr, and de- clares his belief that political ingratitude was never before curried to Buch nu extent, inasmuch as Mi*. Bright's intellect, which' is of a commanding character, has been shat- tered by too futthlully serving his constitu- ency in the House ot Commons, T|io Times, commpntlng 014 tho number oí well-known members who aro without seats, says, tboro will be a Parliament out oi doors, aud a strong cry for reform may be expected. A moderato measure will not satisfy tbo ex- cluded, and tho longer tboy wait, the less they will bo to please ; but there aro ...

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POLICE OFFICE— FRIDAY, Before Messrs. Burgess, and Giblin. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

POLICE OFFICE- FBIDAY, Before Mesara. Burgess, and Giblin. Drunl-arJü.-Two drunkards were fined £1 each, and two £2 each. Felony.-George Leach, charged with the robbery at Mr. Bush's, was brought before the Bench and remanded till Tuesday (to-morrow). A considerable portion of the stolen property was found in his possession. Assault.-George Dauton complained of Charles Harding, for having,on the 28th ult. without his having given bim any pro- vocation, threatened to kill him, by saying " I will kill you, you old-," and praying that tho said Charles Harding might have tbe restraining influence of the law brought to bear upon bim. The complainant staged that he had no malice or ill-will against the defendant. He produced an axe, and shewed the energetic manner in which the defendant had threatened him. He was in constant fear of his life. By Mr. Brewer: The defendant had applied to liim two or three times for tho rent. Ho had been removing his things on that day, as the place was unde...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

DIED, On the 13lh instant, after a lingering illness, HARRI- ET, tho beloved wife of Mr J. C. GREEN, Kangaroo Point. 'J'he funeral will take place from the Water- man's Arms, at two o'clock this day, (Monday,) the loth instant, Friends are invited to attend. DIED, On 8un<lay, Jiinolilli, at the residence of Mr William Matthews, Hluo Anchor, Fulls, near Now Norfolk, Mr Thomas FRANCIS, aged 83. The Fnncr.il will take placo on Wednesday next, tho 17lh instant, «lieu nil friend? of. tho deceased aro respectfully invited to attend.

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THE EUPHRATES RAILWAY OR THE SUEZ CANAL—WHICH SHALL IT BE! [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

THE EUPHRATES RAILWAY Oil THE SUEZ CANAL-WHICH SHALL IT BE t Political ascendency wants to rest its fqit upon j private enterprise. What should be reserved for the piotection of the commercial relations of coun- tries is misused to thwart their development. Ra- pid communication with our Eastern empiro is within our reach as a " nation of shopkeepers," but beyond our control as a "nation among nations."M. Lesseps and Mr. Andrew advocate practical meas- ure« in a cosmopolitan «phil; and unpractical diplomatists, greedy qf present fame and of imagi- nary future power, ada their bitter drop in the shape of national jealousy. The Viceroy of Egypt has granted to Mr. Les «eps a charter to comtruct a canal across the Isth- mus of Suez. The Porte is not allowed to ratify it. The Porte has peded to Mr- Andrew the right tj make a railway from the Mediterranean to the Eu- phrates-a short link, useful only a« a local line. Foreign influence prevents its becoming a transit soute. The projectors ...

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The Mercury. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, JUNE, 15TH, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

» m, lîubltsheo iHonïiajî, Eïïïelmcstiïiu &JFrfoau MONDAY MORNINO. JUNE, lDm, 1857. The present position of tho Labor market in Victoiia is such as might have been anticipa- ted and easily predicted, notwithstanding the somewhat novel features it presents. Any deviation from the general law which ought to regulate population will inevitably result in mischief and suffering ; no matter what circumstances may appear, at the timo, to warrant such a deviation. Tho amount of la- bor which has been seduced into Victoria dur- ing tho last few years lias been notwithstand- ing its extent and its mineral wealth-far more than the Colony could absorb or main- tain ; and we have presented to us as a natu- ral coiiäequeueo the startling spectacle of men starving in the midst of profusion and plenty. The Labor market in Victoria now occupies a false position, and this is owing to a departure from the only just principle which can regu- late its importation. Instead of ascribing the presen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

PUBLISHED'BY AUTHORITÏ. ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 2Cth May, 1857. TENDERS will be received by mo until noan on Wednesday, the 17th Juno nest, for «upply ttgJthe Colonial Servier at New Norfolk, from the 1st July.l857, to 31 st March, 1858, with the under- mentioned articles, m such quantities ni may be required, subject to the conditions of tlio invitation for Tenders for Annual Supplies, dated 27th Janu- ary last : g^SiwT«. Fresh Meat, at per lb. ¿g Vegetables, at per 100 lba. J. Forster. , i COMMISSARIAT, HOBART TOWN. 1st June, 1857. SVFFME«. JENDERS, in duplicate will be received at |_ this office until 12 o' clock on Wednesday, the 17th instant, for the following Service«, in such quantities as may he required for the period« undermentioned. From the 1st of July, 1857, to the 31st March, _, 185 8. HOBART TOWN. Fine, and 20 per cent flour for the Queen's Or ,phan School« at per 100 lbs. Brandy at per gallon. Sago per lb. The Contracts to be subject to the conditions of the Co...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ("Limited) TTie following, or othermagnilicent Screw Steam i lupa belonging to the Company will be dis- pelled from 'Hobson's Bny with htr Majesty g Mai's for Southampton (vidSuez mid Alexandria) touclñigat King George's Sound and Point de Galle, asunder :- Hoise 1857 Tons power Captain Much 15... European ...2380 ... MO ... - April 15 ... Ci)himbian...230O ... 830 ... - MaylS ..Oneid« .2400 ... 550 ... Hyde j"ue IS.Australasian 2800 ... 7..0 ... ... A' .......Simla.mo - «W9 - Cu°Per Rates of passage monoy from Melbourne : To King Gcqrge's Sound ... 20 15 Point devalle. GO 4* Aden. 80 | G0 Alexandria.}°5 80 Malta.HO 90 Southampton .12° , l0° , , PniftngiTs going to Maiseiltes can only be booked, to Malla, but the Company will have a steamer at Malta''to'convey them to Monetlles. - ( I [Tor frtight or passage, plans of cabins, and other nlormntion, apply to , , KERU, BOGLE, & Co. Hobart-Town. MACKAY, BAINES & CO. Agents, Hall...

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CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. Advices from England, per Euro pean,bring intelligence of a considerable rise in the Bpirit innrket, brandies and rams having ad- vanced to a high figure ; this will matoiially affect our innrket; as a proportionate rise has already taken place. Tho grain market remains without much alteration ; wheat is firm at 9s, the supply being small, in consequence, perhaps, of con- siderable exports to Victoria from tho otbi r side for horse-feud, this grain being purcha- sable at a lower figure than oats having tem- porarily superseded that more beneficial and appropriate articlo of provender. At the early part of the week oats had consequently declined to 10s ; they have sinco rallied, and may be quoted to-day at 11s to 11s Cd ; a superior sample which we haro seen, is held back for 12s ; the same holder has decli- ned ila for a fine parcel of wheat,-anticipât ing a rue. Plour is firm at £22, but at some of the mills we find It quoted at £2ê. ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 June 1857

LOCAL NEWS. Barbahous Murdeh.-On Saturday night shortly before 11 o'clock, a female, named Mary Moss, was brutally murdered by a man with whom «he cohabited, William Nisbitt, alias Alex- ander Cullen, formerly a soldier, mid transported fiom India to this Colony, hut now free by servi- tude. The paiticulars, which have already trans Îiired nie ns follow .-The parties resided in a toute behind the Red Lion, Liverpool Street, and iit the time mentioned the prit oner, who is in cus- tody, brought a little girl about 4 years of age, quite naked to a neighbour, named Hickman, and said to him "I know you are a kind man, will you take cnre of this child? Hickman asked where Alary was ? 'I he prisoner replied, that she was no more, and added, "I must be off." He then went nwny, when the little girl told Hickman that her father had killed her mother. On hurrying into the house, the poor woman was found barbar- ously murdered, with thtce deep wounds in her head, inflicted by a tomahawk. Soon ...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 17 June 1857

.HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected v¡p to fita o'cloclc on Saturday Beening last ALE ft BEER-(wholsale) Ale, Bass's No 2 ¡per dos Ki 15» (id Worthington and Robinson's No3 "perlihd 01 <ls Qd Alsopp's No 3, per Mid IU Os Od Milo pale Hast India per hhd li) Bl Od to "«*» 10* Ud Other Irands per Mid 10 10* Od lo 10 Alsopp's per dozen 11* Od to 11* Cid Byass's 11* Gd to 11* Cd Duckworth's 11* Gd to 11* 5d Bryant and Davis's 12* {Id lo 13* Od Marzctli's 11» Od io Us Od llillerl's 10* Od to 10* Od Oilierbolllers.lls -'to 19». Porter, Barclay's, per Mid 17 Bs 0 to li IO» Elliott and Watney's per hhdlG 0* Od lo 17 0* . Other brands lil 10* Od io 17 0» Od Trueman's X per hhd IO Bs Qd io IB Bs Od Trueman's XX per Miß lb 10* Od lo Iß IBs ed Taylors' stout per hhd Yl 0* Od lo 17 10* OdByass's quarts per dos 12* Od io 13* Od ' Whitbread'» stout per dos 12* Od <o*12* Od 'Marielti's pol ler per dos Vis Od io 12» Bryant ? and Davis's per dos lis Odio 11» Od Other bottiers pe...

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