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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 19 June 1857

LUIIOPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY 1 ("Limited) The following, Or othermngnificcnt Screw Steam glups belonging to the Company will ho dis* pill lied from Hobson's Bay willi her Majesty's Mails for Southampton (vi.1 Suez nnd Alexandria) touching at King George's Sound and Point de Galle, tis under :- Horse 1857 Tons power Captain March 15... European ...2380 ... 530 ... - April 15 ... Columbian...2300 ... 530 ... - May 15 ..Onoida .2400 ... 550 ... Hyde June 15.Australasian 2800 ... 750. July 15.Simla.2440 ... G30 ... Cooper , Rates of passage monoy fioin Melbourne : £ & To KingGcorgo's Sound ... 20 15 Point de Halle. ... ... GO 45 Aden. 80 ^ 00 Alexandria.105 ° 80 .. Malta.110 90 ' , Southampton.120 100 Passengers going to Marseilles can only be booked to Malla, but tho Company will lmvo a steamer at Malta lo convey them toMorscillcs. | (For freight or passage, plans of cabins, and other nformation, apply to KERR, BOGLE, & Co. nobart-Town. MACKAY, BAINES &am...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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SUPREME COURT—WEDNESDAY. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before Hi[?] Honor Sir Valentine Fleming, C.Justice Froud v. Robins. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 19 June 1857

SUPREME COURT-WEDNESDAY. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Sir Valentine Fleming, C.Justice Froud v. Robins. Mr. Brewer opened the case to the jury : this was an action of trespass, brought by Isaac Froud against Daniel Robins, both farmers residing at the Native Corners near Jerusalem : the declaration set forth, that the defendant broke into and entered certain land, called the Island, and that he took certain goods and converted them to his own use to the damage of £200. The defendant pleaded 1st not guilty, and 2nd that the land and goods were not the property of the plaintiff.     Several witnesses were examined in support of the plaintiff's case : it was shown that the plaintiff had rented the land from the Government for 12 or 13 years, and that various disputes had occurred   between him and the defendant in reference to the   Island, which were carried on to such an extent   as to result in the death of a near ...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT [?] o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 19 June 1857

HOBART TOWN-ÍBICE CURRENT, JCbercttéiIJ»'*»/«VëlockDK Saturday Evrilvgtitt -iuoqvi.'.i'i fii.«:i.i JK ' i - . - '? ' .'- -'? trUn o! Í -H >« >> . ^JfijEA JBBER'-fahohideJ Alt, Bass's -Va ! jffxdoipr W Od Worthington and Robinson's S'a ti JgMâXB 0»0rf Alsopp'sNoS.perMd 1!) 0» Od S?** J^Tfó '¿rffíí JÄd,'a í*»* '"W w 5' ''<? '" ¡CtilO« «.!-> 07*w îrc/îd» per hhd l8 10» 0<7 to I» idMapp'i per dozen li« Cd roll* Cd P'/ito** li* Od fol.U«rf l)ncivmlh'j lix Od to ÎU W JiiyaiU fiñfparfr's 12» Od Io 13* Vii Marzctti'e 1U ed'to It» orf Hiller)') lo» o/7 lo ins Od Other botUers.lis «'Wtl»." rbWfr, Titirflag's, jirrhlid T¡ 5s O lo 77 .JO* ¿Elliott ana Wa/nry's per M4 in Vs Od 7o 77 U« Otter ¿n?nd« <f i lOrod io 7 Oí Od Trueman's X per, lihd IO St (Id lo Id os Od Truman'* XX per hhd lb 10s Od lo IO ].5> Cd Taylors' slonlperlM T7 0» Od to 7 10» Od Byass's quarts per doz J 2» Cd ;lo Ul» fld Whilhrcad's stout per iloz J 2» Od io 12» Od Mandi?» portar ...

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DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

DEEADFUL EAILWAY ACCIDENT. On the 13th March a frightful catastropha occurred near Hamilton, Canada Weat, to a train from Toronto, conveying 93 passengers. After a delay of 20 minutes at the intersec- tion of the Toronto and Great Western lines it proceeded slowly, and just upon reaching the bridge over the Desjardins canal it ran off the line, by a misplacement of a switch or somo other cause, and ran upon the bridge. The force of tho train kuocked the bridge down, and engine and cars mid all plunged iuto the canal, 30 or 40 feet bolow. Tho oatnstrophe was sudden aud awful, and tho work of death was instantaneous and com- plete. Tho locomotive and tender wore enti- rely submerged, the baggage car partially so. The forward passenger car turned bottom upwards and sunk so deep that the floor wa* but a few inches above the water. Every soul but four in this car perished-all by drowning. The rear passenger car rested upon an end, and was about half submerged. Most of the passengers in t...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

MAURITIUS. Ouït files of Mauritius papers extend to the 21st of Aptil. Below will be found the more important items of news. Tho Commercial Gazette of Port Louis, re- ferring to the high prices ruling in foreign markets for Mauritius sugar, says :-" The news received continues to be very favourable to this colony, the value of our staple ruling still higher with expectations of good prices for some time to come. To a small colony liko this, producing so largo a quantity of one article alone, it is easy to imagine the effects of a rise in price by every mail." And again, in reference to the same subject, wo find the following :-" With regard to ex- ports the shipment of the sugar crop is nearly brought to a close. As far as wo can judge, it will reach 125,000 tons, 105,000 of which aro shipped. The sales since tho arrival of the Mascareignes have been made at a considerable advance, as will be seen by the quotations lie low, but there is very little sugar remaining on hand. Wo have o...

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

Musical Repository. PIAK070BTE & 02GAÎT K477TJTACTOBY 138, Elirabcth.:(reet, three doors from Patrick-street. POLLARD, S02T, AND LOVEDAY, FROM the eminent firms of Messrs Broadwood'! and Collard, and Collard, and also of Gray and Davidson's Organ Builders, London. J.P. senr having been 20 years with the firm of Collard and Collard, feels himself fully competent to undertake the repair or making any description of instrument on the most approved principles of acoustics. P.S. & L. are ready to undertake the building of Church or Chamber Organs ; or the repairing and tuning the same for which satisfactory reference will be given. Harmoniums, Harps, Barrel Organs, Flutinas, Concertinas, Musical Boxes, Violins, and every description of Musical Instruments tuned, repaired bought, sold or exchanged. PIANOFORTES thoroughly tuned, repaired, silked, polished, packed, and removed. Pianos kept in perfect tune by »he year. Mr. H.W. Loveday intends visiting the various Townships i...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING The Flying Squirrel and the Urania arrived nt Melbourne on the 18th instant. The Goldseekcr cleared at the Customs, Melbourne, on the same day. The steamer Tasmania is advertised to leave for Sydney nt noon to-morrow. A Stb anoe Story-A Lost Crew Found. The "North British Mail," under the head of Green- ock, has the following, for the anthenticity of which, however, it does not vouch :-"Eleven years ago, a good ship sailed from the Clyde on a voyage to the West Indies ; but she shared the fate of many a well manned craft. Up to within the last few days nothing had transpirad regarding that gallant vessel, and long «go the mourners of her devoted crew might have been seen going about our streets. More than a dozen had bscomo widows by that mysterious, and yet by no means uncommon voyage, which knew of no returning, and seven of these were said at one time to be located in or near this district. 'But sorrow can never rev've the dead, or if it could, hope would p...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

LOCAL NEWS. The Municipal Council will sit this afternoon for the transaction of business. The following- special business will be brought under the consideration of the Council : A letter from the Colonial-Scorotoiy proposing' to ' trainier the office of Inspector of weights and measures to the Municipality :-The foimer coirespondence res- pecting the Domain. Allan Vale Estate,-We aro requested to call attention to the forthcoming sale of the Allan Vale Estate, bv Mr G. A. Kemp, on Thu- rsday, the 16th July,'at the Union Club Ho'el, the necessary plans and survey 3 having been completed. To ConnEsroNDENTS.-We havo_ re- ceived B P's communication, which shall appear in in our next. Police Eosteh.-The magistrate whose duty it ii to attend ut the Police Oillce this day is Richard Leim Esquire; to-morrow (Tuesday) the duty will devolve'upon Capt Bateman. Somerset House Academy.-The Annual Rccitationi by a number of the pupils at- tending this institution took place on the evening of Th...

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

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY. OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS June 11th, 1857. TENDERS will be received at this office, until 13 o'clock, on Thursday, the 25th inst. for the supply of such articles of furniture as maybe re- mand during the twelve months, under the 30th /una 1857. for the use of the various Publia De- partments Hobart Town. A Schedule msy be seen and all particulars ascertained, by application at this office. Wh.P.Kat, Director of Public Works. OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS. June Ilth, 1857, QEPARATE TENDERS will be reoeirsd at O this office, until twelve o'olock on Saturday 37th instant, for the cartage of metal and other material required for the repair of the main line of ' road between the foilowing places : From Hobart Town to the Queen's Orphan School. From the Queen's Orphan School to O'Brien's Bridge. From O'Brien's Bridge to the " Traveller's Rest." From the " Traveller's Rest" to this side of Bridgewater Causeway. From the opposite side of Bridgewater Bridge to Pontville, and al...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Nil. ENTERED OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Nil. ENTERED OUT June 20-Tasmania, steamer, 285 tons, Clinch, for Sydney. June 20-Tamar, schooner, 163 tons, Christy, for Melbourne. CLEARED OUT. June 20-Brothers, schooner, 64 tons, Bedell, for Melbourne. June 20-Gold Digger, brig, 153 tons, Barber, for Sydney. DErAHTURIS» June 20-General Wool, barque, 164 tons, Ton- ner, for Melbourne.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES MESSRS. BRENT and WESTBROOK, this day, at the Mart, household furniture, door mats, Crocker's famous cheese, Mauritius and loaf sugar, jewellery &c, double demy and double foolscap ; Colonial bacon and hams, superior slops, patent sperm candles, oatmeal, split peas, pipes, pickles, salad oil, mustard, calf foot jelly, arrowroot, cayenne pepper, curry powder, alum, Capers, sauces, patent groats, carbonate, of soda, French olives, matches, itc ; '1 nunan and Ellio- tt's stout, English ale. MESSRS. W IVEY md CO; to-morrow, at the Mart; Woollen plaid scarfs and shawls, alpaca 'aprons, gutta percha coats and leggings, pilot Bulwercoats, saucepans, tea kettles.and sundries ; coses of Price and Co's perfumery, hair powder, fancy sosps, &c ; gingham umbrellas ; Ceylon plantation coffee ; Homan and Co's India rubber over shoes ; kip leather. MESSRS. WORLEY and FUODSHAM, Tomor row, stock and sundries, at the Retreat Brown's -River, MR. W. A. GUESDON, This dav...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

THE WEATHER AND THE FLOOD. The long continuance of dry weather has been succeeded by copious rain, which, if general, must prove highly beneficial to the farmers. Great ap- prehensions were entertained on Friday afternoon by the residents near the creek, in the vicinity of Wellington Bridge and at the lower end of Collins street, for the safety of their goods and chattels, and several persons were occupied in removing their effects to a place of safety. We have in- spected the course of the creek as far as its outlet, and have ascertained that the greatest amount of     damage has been effected between the bridge in Campbell-street and the Slaughter House. In this locality several houses on the left hand side were flooded, and we saw on Saturday women busily employed in baling out the water which had over- flown the creek on the previous evening. A small portion of the wall at the rear of the premises of Messrs. R. Lewis & Sons was washed away, but ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

r,7?!»*.i' (!^^C'E,ÜBOPEAN.. ',"' Üfafpikox Ano his Enemies.-The dis* ,'cojrwyîl related yesterday of the attempt that ''Was to near being in course of execution be- neath the imperial box at the Theatre Fran £«ai»rbHol the only thing that lias occurred latterly to alarm the entourage of the Tuile« ries. There has been another, but one of which it is difficult enough to speak, and '. which, after all, is more vague and undefined than the Gay Fawkes plot I told you of yes- terday. This second danger that has been run by Louis Napoleon holds precisely to what I hinted at recently, to certain acts of incalcu- lable imprudence that occur but too often for the tranquility of those about him, it not for tlie Emperor's own safety. If those who must now, if any one knows, are to be be- lieved, Louis Napoleon did, very shortly ago, escape from a peril that threatened him, when, after nightfall, and (can you credit it ?) alone, on foot, at no great distance, it is true, iroin the Palace of th...

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SUPREME COURT—FRIDAY. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

SUPREME COURT-HU DA Y. CIVIL SITTINGS, Before His Honor Sir Valentine Fleming, Chief Justice. Brown v. Couway. A verdict for tho plaintiff was taken by consent for £22 53, subject to a reforeuce to Mr. Alfred Garrett, tho costa to abide the result of tho award. Ball v. Dunn. This was an action brought by Mr. Thomas Bell against Mr. James A. Dunn for £45 2s 4d, balance of account for washing dono by tho plaintiffs' wife. Tlie defendant had pleaded threo pleas: 1st never indebted ; 2nd, that before tho action was brought, tho money had been paid and ard that tho plaintiff was indebted to the defendnut in a larger amount, for money lent. Lucy Ball, the plaintiff's wife, stated that in July 1854 alie arranged with Mr Jauieä Duun to do bia washing at 4s per dozen ; she washed regularly for bira up to February 1857, aud in the wholo 285 dozen and 7 pieces, making £57 2s 4J ; aho had received money on account, in February last, £5 ¡n money and n cheque for £7 ; tho account of the washiug w...

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

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up io five o'clock on Saturday Evening last ALE $ BEER-(w7iolsaleJ Ale, Bass's No 2 per dos O 15» Od Worthington and Rollinson's No 3 per Mid 19 Oí Gd Alsopp't No 3, per hhd 19 0» Od Ditto pate East India per hhd 19 St Od io ft) 10* Ha Oltter Irands per hhd 10 10s Od io 19 Alsopp's per dozen 11s Od to We Gd Byass's Ms Od to Us Od Duckworth's 11* Od io Us 5d Bryant and Data's 12s Od to i3s Od Marzetti's 11» Od to Us Od HibberPs 10s Od lo 10s Od Otlier totllers.Us to 12s. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd li Ss 0 to li 10s Elliott and Walney's per hhd IO Ot Od io li Os Other Irands 0 10s Od to 7 Os Od Trueman'* X per hhd 16 Ss Od to IO Ss Od Trueman's XX per hhd IO 10s Od to IO 15« Od Taylors' stout per hhd 17 0» Od lo 7 10* Od Byass's quarts per doz 12« Od to 13« Od Whitbread'!, stout per doz 12s Od io 12s Od Marzetti's porter per doz l8» Od to 12s Bryant and Davis's per doz lis Odio Ils Od Other bottiers per doz 10» Od to 11» "¡d BUTTER-Cork double rose ...

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CHINA. THE SECOND WAR WITH CHINA. GLANCE AT THE ORIGINS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND WAR WITH CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

CHINA. TUE SECOND WAR WITH CHINA. Glance at the Oriûins op tub First and Second War with China. In January 1817, the Elitor of tho Seposi tory wrote as follows : " From Peking, by extracts from the Im- perial edicts forming the Gazettes, we have dates to December 4th, 1846, being the 16th day of the llth month of the 26th year of Tawkwang,-* Reason's Glory.' The wheels of Government move on, and the car of state advances in its high career. But those wheels drag heavily ; and the advance is slow mid tremulous, like that of one who has reached his second childhood. Not a very long time n<¿o, in conversation with one of the high pro- vincial officers, regarding the condition of this empire, he remarked that his country had readied its dotage, and was weak in all its parts. He said much more of the like kind. Doubtless he spoke what was true-the so called celestial Empire lins reached an extreme old age, its second childhood. The number of dynasties,-excluding the mythologic...

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THE MERCURY Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, JUNE, 22, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

THE MERCURY $uolísI)rtf fHanïiajï, EüBitonfßuap fcjmtiaa MONDAY MOIlKIXa. JUNE, 22,1357. Tiru high importance of connecting the whole of the Australias in a still closer bond of union, is admitted on all hand» ; and, the pio posal of a Colonial Federation, thoieiore, which has emanated from a meeting of the General Association of the Australian Colo- nists, held in London on tho 31st of March last, of which meeting Mr. W.O. Wentwobtii was tho Chairman, has been everywhere re- ceived with marked satisfaction. The advantages derivable from a Federal Assembly must bo apparent. There are many questions of equal interest to each of the Colonies, tho importance of which requires that they should be considered dispassionately, and without being subjected to local influen- ces ; and upon which it is necessary that a combined and general action should be taken. Tariffs, Eailways, Lighthouses, Postage, and suchlike-matters which can never be affected by the relative position, wealth, or impor...

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

EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ("Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company xvill be dis- patched from Hobson's Bay willi lier Majesty's Mai's for Southampton (\iA Suez and Alexandria) touching at King George's Sound mid Point de Calle, «sunder :- Horse 1857 Tons power Captain MaichlS... European ...2380 ... 530 ... - April 15 ... Columbian...2300 ... 530 ... - May 15 ..Oncida .2400 ... 550 ... Hyde June 15.Aush nlasiau 2800 ... 750. July 15.Simla.'¿MO ... G30 ... Cooper Rates of passage moDey from Melbourne : £ £ To King George's Sound ... 20 15 Point de Gulle. CO 45 Aden. 80 *§ CO Alexandria.105 ° 80 Malla.110 90 Southampton .120 100 Passengers going lo Marseilles can only be hooked to Malta, but the Company will luve a steamer at -Müllauto convey them to-Morseillea. , ¡ IFor freight or passage, pinna of cabin's, and other nformation, apply to KERR, BOGLE, & Co. Hobatt-Town. MACKAY, BAINES & CO. Agents, Hall o...

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CITY ARTICLE Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

.CITY ARTICLE Mercury Office, Saturday Evening. The markets generally have been quiet during the week, prices of grain remaining without alter- ation; hay, however, is in d.mand, the supply being short, and £10 is readily paid for good trusses ; the demand for oats continues to decline, as wheat has been substituted for horse-feed in Victoria. On Friday potatoes were enquired after for exportation, but holders declined to quit at the price offered, and the market was at once advanced 10« per ton, making £7 10s for best qualities ; this figure was too high for intending purchasers, and we have not heard of any sales having been effected. The timber trade participates in the prevailing dullness, and the only quantities disposed of have been on freight to Victoria ; the supply, although, not large, is equal to the demand. The phangc in the weather, 'by moving the mills, may have some effect on the markets, but to what extent wc aro not prepared to show ; it is supposed, however, that w...

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POLICE OFFICE—FRIDAY. Before Messrs. Carter and Giblin. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 June 1857

POLICE OFFICE-FRIDAY. Bi-fore Messrs. Carter arid Giblii Night Charges.-Two drunkards were fined twenty shillings each for their first offenco ; and ouo was sentenced to 14 days imprison- ment. Ono woman for beiuj idlo and dis- orderly was sent to jail for ono mouth, aud another one for the same offence for two months. Sneaking.-Frederick Williams wascharged with being out after hours, and with being on the premises of f. D. Chapman Esq. for au unlawful purpose. Not being in a position to givo a satisfactory account of himself he was sentenced to l8 mouths imprisonment. Felony.-Richard Rex, Thomas Steadman and John Steadman, charged with felony in stealing a tin box belonging lo Alfred Nicho- las Esq. They were remanded for tho evi- dence of a lady from tho interior. Sureties to keep Um peace.-Tlonry Steele appeared to answer the complaint of Bridget Neale and to show cause why ho should not ,bo bou id over to keep the peace towards her, for having on the 14th of June, instant, thre...

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