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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. July 13-Schooner Reindeer, 104 tons, Baker, from Melbourne, 9th instant, in ballast, Agent, P. Leigh. JulyJ3-Schooner Flying Squirrel, 87 ton«, D. McCallum, from Melbourne, 7th hist, willi sundries. Agento, Chapman and Thomas. July 13-Schooner Than» of Fife, 141 tons, W. T. Lowe, from Melbourne, 0th instant, in ballast. Agent, J. M. Gould. July 13-Ship James Allen, 355 tons, Wm. De Toll, from whaling, with oil. Agents, Mcpherson and Francis. July 13-Schooner Boindee, 60 ton», A. J. Quested, from East Coast, with produce. Agent, I. Wright. ENTERED OUT, July 14-Mariposa,achooner,101 tons Croucher, for Port Albert. CLEARED OUT. 'July 13-Schooner Reindeer, 101 tons Biker, fooMelbourne. ' July 14-Schooner Pilot, 01 tons, Burk, for Geelong. July 14-Brig Louisa, 141 tons, Bartlett, for Whaling. July 14-Schooner Abbey, 99 ton», Hughes, for Melbourne. DEPARTURES. July 13-Schooner Swordfish, 168 tons, Roberts, for Melbourne. July 13-Brig Fire Fly, 181 tons, Kirby, for M...
ROYAL NURSERY RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
ROYAL NURSERY RHYMES. Says Prince Albeit, on Tuesday, "I've come to tell news t'ye. There's a new Baby. Guess 1" "Girl, Pa," erics the Prince»-), "To make up for the Bride'." Adds sly Wale», half aside. "Let's light up the Palace," Say» light-hearted Alice ; "I'll teach her spellin'or French," says grave Helena; "I'll never tease h»r,". Say« laughing Louisa ; "I'll nurse her, rather," Say» gallant y omi? Arthur ; "And me too, me hope hold Um baby, " »ay» Leopold ; "Who'll write and tell Al ?" Says Prince Albert, "I'shall." Then tbey all began shouting, for, coming to luneb And caudle, they saw their best friend, Mr. Punch.
POLICE OFFICE—FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
POLICE OFFICE- FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. Night Charges.-Eight drunkards were fined One Pound each ; four disturbers of the peace were each fined 5s ¡ and two ware similarly fined for employing obscene language. &nbsp; lnsubordination.-Edward Morgan a sea- man on board the Eclipse was charged with &nbsp; insubordination. The captain said that if the mau would conduct himself properly for the future he would not press the chargp. The man was duly admonished and discharged to his ship, IfUveny.-Ellon Davidson waa charged with having stolen two £1 notes, ten shillings in silver, and a silver watch the property of James McDermott. D.C. Bryon stated that the prosecutor did not appear. He also »aid that the samo man waa continually giving people in charge for larceny, aud then refusing to substantiate it. The Bench sent a consta ble for him, with an intimation that if ho did not come a warrant would bo sent after him. Constables were sent everywhere after the prosecuto...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
PUBLIC MEETING. YESTEBDAY evening a meeting was held at the Albert Theatre to consider the case of Henry Thompson, a seaman of the " Amasis." W. Boys, Esq., M.H.A., occupied the chair. The theatre was densely crowded. Thompson himself addressed the meeting; We have not space in our present issue for a lengthened report.
BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
BANK RETURNS. The statements of the Assets and Liabili- ties of the Commercial Bank, the' Bank of I Van Diemcn's Land, and the Union Bank of [ Australia, on the 30th June 1857 have been published in the Government Gazette for gen- eral information. As soon as similar Returns ure furnished u« by the other Banks we shall publish them altogether, when it will become our duty to offer a few observation! upon the evidence they afford of our present condition und future prospects.
THE INDIAN INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
THE INDIAN INSURRECTION. We have files of Bombay journals to the 29th of May, bringing additional particulars of the Sepoy rising. For the preseut we must content ourselves with the following summary : Sir Henry Lawrence, Commissioner of Oude, has been assassinated nt Lucknow. The following is an extract from the Lahore Chronicle of 15th May; The Senior Military Officer in the Punjaub Major-General Reid, having this morning re- ceived uews of the disarming of the troops at Meeau Meer, a Council of War .was hold, corsistiug of General Reid, Brigadier Cotton Brigadier Neville Chamberlain, Colonel Ed- wardes and Colonel Nicholson, aud the fol- lowing measures were resolved on, subject to the confirmation of the Coinmauder-iu- Chief. General Reid assumes the chief military communs" in the Punjaub ; his bead quarters will be with the head quarters of the Punjaub Civil Government, and a moveable column will bo formed at Jhelum at once, consisting of H. M.'s 27th Foot from Nowshera, H. M.'...
WOOL TRADE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
WOOL TRADE IN AMERICA. We have found the philosopher's stone, not in Australia, not iu California, not amid the silver of Potosi, not in the diamond mines of Golconda, not iu the crucible of the alchemist, not in au inconvertible paper currency, but in the simple readjustment of the principle of taxatiotijoccordiugtjlawssuggested by natur», and realfirmed by science ns embodying truth at once of abstract simplicity aud purity, and of perfectly practical application. To leave industry untrammelled, to strike from her limbs the fetters of a false and artificial system, to use the Custom-house merely asa means of obtaiuiug revenue, and renounco the foolish attempt to regulate by law the exigen- cies of commerce,-these things have beeu to us a fountain of^abundance, au inexhaustible cornucopia, a talisman of ever-renewed wealth and power. The prosperity that could not bu wou by restrictions came at once unsolic- ited^ soon as the restriction« were taken off, aud so long as we have the w...
THE CHINESE QUESTION WITH AMERICA (From the Obierver May 3rd.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
THE CHINESE QUESTION WITH AMERICA &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the Observer May 3rd.) lu the position which the American Govern- ment bas deemed it right to assume with re- gard to tlje Chinesp question, there is some- thing that at tlie first view looks very Uko what our Translantic cousins themselves call "smart " dealing. Next to England, the Uni- ted States have the greatest interest of any nation in establishing more satisfactory rela- tions between the Chinese and the "outer" pe- ople, or barbarians, as the former term all who aro not of their own race. The American trade with China is second only to our own, and is increasing with amazing rapidity. Compared with theirs, the concern of the French or of any other European people in the matter is quite insignificant. To decline, therefore, an active co-operation with us, whilst approving of our objects and acknowledging the justice of our catuie, with the avflwed intention of using a neutral position for tho purpose of mo...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
PUBMSHED BY AUTHORITY.' COMMISSARIAT/ HOBART TOWN. , .y-';:-' '?''?' ':' :';; -:v;' ; lVt:Jiily.;í857. "'',"' "V.súrrirts.' : '',","' ' ',',' TENDÏÏRS.'m'dimÎioa'c wiij he-received"' at'thïs . '.'offifce/Mntir'ltf ViAaD\t,im:'-\fi'irni^;':tiii 1501-instant^ for the 'fiíltówmg^ SeH¡ccs^'írrsuch quantities a«may-be required'for . the' 'period«_> nn, de/rtfeiitioiied..; -,. LÍÍIWJ .¡j/ '/.'..&lt;£. ¿v.; U j; vi; Frgi» th«,l»t pfi4us«sy.8P7, to^e 31at.Maw!fe--. ' .?. ..-.! ,:.' ??7.'^l:,8;s;8.^.-¡i &lt;: .¡¡Í rxvi i'!..ti: .-./ i " HOUAKT TOWX.' .&lt;'.;' ; '*./'::>"; V VegífabWat'p«r>OÓ'lbí,V.-";,; ?'.'??'??'/:'-'i: . \[ The:6mirrüets to bo subject'' tq 'Ih'o- conditions'qf the .Comm Uuamt Advcnise'm&lt;mt! for-; AiHÍua^u'p plies, published ¡ii til« Hobart Town Advertiser, of 2nd. Fehiuary, 1857, and to the. following coudilkm uo.tç*i»ÇB.*«u ¡(i ti\4t¡ A4vi*StU¿W«it^: 'v;i».:!-,'¡ ,; ' AVue^, offers, for more, than one .article ure : iii. eluded...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING Captain Devoll of the American whaler, James Allen, reports the following vessels as being heard of, off the W of New Zealand, from whence she has arrived :- June 10th, Sapphire, with 7 tuns of oil; June 20th, Pacific, 35 tons ditto, Prince Regent, 3 tuns ditto, Pacific, barque of New Bedford U.S., 420 tuns ditto; June 25th., Runnymede, 18 tuns of oil, Flying Childres, 4 tuns ditto, Isabella, 6 tuns ditto, Lady Emma, 14 tuns ditto. On the 26th of the same month Captain Devoll picked up a boat and crew belonging to the Emily Downing, the crew were 5 days in the boat, having missed the vessel when in pursuit of whales, without provisions they were put on board the Isabella the following day: the Emily Downing was a clean ship. &nbsp; THE GREAT LEVIATHAN OF TUB DEEP.--Who. ever wants to feed the natut al passion for size in the primitive way, and to sec a trim giant in its own line, must visit the bank of the Thames at M ii I wall. But before he goes we r...
SENATOR SUMNER IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
SENATOR SUMNER IN PARIS. This distinguished American statesman and orator ha« been tendered a public dinner by the American merchants residing in Paris. To this invitation, Mr Sumner returned a reply, in which he said : " Gentlemen,-The voice of hospitality is pleasant in n strange land. But the hospitality which you offer me is en- hanced by the character and number of those who unite in it,among whom I recognise well known names,* which aro intimately associated with the commerce of my country in one of its most important outposts. But there is one aspect in which your invitation is especially grateful. It is this : If I have been able to do anything not unworthy of your approbation, 'it is because I have never failed, whether in majorities or minorities, against all obloquy, and at every hazard, to uphold .those principles of liberty which, just in pro- portion a* thoy prevail under our consti- tution, make us an example to the nation. And since my public course cannot be un- kno...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-MONDAY. Present:-HU Worship the Mayor.and Aider« men, Sims, Seabrook, Thomson, MeikI« and Propsting. MINUTES. The minute« of the last meeting were read by the Town Clerk, but were not confirmed, in consequence of there being several inaccuracies in them. MR. ALDERMAN BHEUBEN. His Worship stated that he had received a letter from Mr. Alderman Rheuben regretting that the death of his Mother precluded him from attending the Council. COBBESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read several communica- tions addressed to him in reply to letters for- warded from the Council. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were laid on the table, Degraves £7 Os. Od. ; Gas Company, £473 19s. 9d. PETITION. Mr Alderman Propsting presented a petition from certain ratepayers residing in Brisbane street, between Elizabeth and Harrington streets, praying that the street might be repaired. COBBESPONDENCE. A letter was read from Mrs Cook, complain- ing of the state of the road in front of her property in Col...
LATEST EUROPEAN. TO MAY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
LATEST EUROPEAN. TO MAY 16TH. THB ROTAL FAMILY.-The Queeu an! Prince Albert are now tho parents of nine children, and have had to mourn the loss of none. The eldest of the royal family, the; Princess Royal, is 17 years ol age, the Prinoa of Wales is 16, the Princess Alice 14, Prinoq Alfred 13, Princesa Hetuiia H,Prin.ee«& Louise, 9, Prince Arthur 7, and Prince Leopold 4. Ia all, four sons and five daughters. The Jewish Chronicle mentions that . ourious brunch of business has been establiobed at Lyons. It appears that an association of howlers has been formed, which engages to supply to funerals a number of professiona) weepers, at the charge of five francs each. They adopted a peculiar costume, and followed tim hearne weeping and subbing, Tlte Pope had set out on his projected tour. His Holiness intends to vi=-it the northern pro- vinces of his States, and he purposes making a short stay in each principal town. It is pos- sible that he will not return to Rome befor» Septembe...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
WILKIE'S SHIP BREAD. DI SALK by the TJodprwgned, Wilkie s cele brated SHIP BREAD and Tnncy BlbCUI Iß ClURL«» loBi Franklin Wlnrf, Hobnrt Town O' H. E. RISBY JIAS JTJ&T BECEI^ED DIBEGT TBOlt PVKIS, ONE CASE LADIES' COltsrTS NEWEST SHAPE Ono Hundred Dozen Ladies' White, Black, and ÇQLOURED KIP QLDVES, LADIES' TArFETA SILK GLOVES , lADrES' A>D CUUDBEN'S HORSE-HAIR SHIRTS, BLOND CAPS, rLOtfERS, Pearl Head Drei sis, OPERA SCARrS, SILK & CORDED SCARES, Bracelets, Camine Prints and Evening Dresses PUBLIC POUND KINGS ION IMPOUNDED bj Mr 1 homos Wheeler of North AVcst Bay on the 8th July 1857 1 black and white speckled pulnnd cow, has been branded on the offside not ligible 1 red steer a little white spot on the forehead small snail horns, nearly polond, vi bite bc]ly, white streak on tup of ruin]), all four )cgs led and white »putted, brand on near side rump supposed to be C. 1 red and white cow face vvliile,lioop horns, part of tail white, breast pnd belly wollte, two sm...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
LOCAL NEWS. THE INSPECTOB OP POUCE.-Mr. Fors- ter returned to Towu yesterday evening from his official tour. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-Great igno- rance appears to prevail among the people gener- ally, as to the advantages held out by this useful and important Institution. Iti reading room and library are open until nine in the evening, and offers special benefit« to the young who have em- ployment throughout the day, and are yet anxious to improve their intellectual capacities. We believe ne are correct in stating that there is no other library in tho town that is open to so late and con- venient au hour. It» library is constantly receiving valuable accessions under the present management. The Museum belonging to the Institute is open to visitors during the day, and is worthy of lepeated visits. The chemistry class, conducted by Mr. Pears, assembles every Monday evening ; it num- bers twenty-five. The class of vocal music is attended regularly by nearly 60 students. Owing to the apathy...
ATTACK ON A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 15 July 1857
ATTACK ON A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP. Tho following is from ^wnders's Xfetos Zelter .-Longford, Monday evening.-I have to relate one of the most extraordinary circumstatices thal has occurred, at least in the modern history of lrelaud-the fact of a Roman catholic bishop having been waylaid and assaulted in his own diocese, aud by members of his own flock, in tho broad uoou day-not for the purposes of robbery, but to chastise hitn for his political conduct during the lute Longford election. Every effort was made by the priests to hush up the affair, in order to prevent scandal against ' mother church ;' and it was, therefore, with the utmost djffjculty I ascertained the facts of the cas«. Early in the week the Rev. Dr. Kil duff, Roman catholic bishop of this diocese (Ardagh), while pursuing hi« usual clerical four through his bishopric, was passing through, tim village of Newtownforbes (Wo miles from this town), where lie waa suddenly surrounded by a number of mea, who stop- ped the ctr...
HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 17 July 1857
[HOBART TOWN PRICE; CURREÎÎTJ CorrtcM «f> to fita o'clock cn Saturday Evening lait ALE $ BEER-(whol*ale) Ale, Bat*'» No 2 perdoz 0 Iii Od Worthington and Robinia»'t No 'A per I'M 19 0« Od Altopp'iNo 3, per Mid 19 0« Od Ditto pale East India per Jihd 19 Si Od to ¡O 10* I'd Other brandi per IU l8 10» Od to It Alsopp'iper doten 11« Gd to ll*6d Byass'i 11« 6d t» lit Gd Duckworlh'i li» 6d to 11* id Bryant and Paris'* lit Od to 13« Od Marzctti't 11« Od to lit Od milcrft 10« Od to 10* Od 02Aer6pi22er*,ll* to 12«. Porter, Harelay't, per lud li it 0 to li IO« Elliott u»á Walney'iper hltd IO Ot Oí io 27 0« Other Irandt fi 10* Od to 7 »« Od Trueman'» X per hhd le St Od to ¡0 is Od Trueman1» XX per hhdlG 10« Od io IO IS« Od Taylor» »tout per Ud 17 0« Od to 7 10« Od Myatt'e quart* per dot 12* (id to 13« Od Wltilbread'i ttovi per dos 12« Od to 12« Od MarzellV» porter per dot Vis Od to 12» Bryant and Davit'* per dos ii* Odio II» Od Other bottier* perdoz lo« Od to 11« 7d BUTTEE-Cork double rote ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 17 July 1857
"TXms&EUClAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. ,We have news from Victoria to the J 3 th ult. and quote from the Herald of that date : ..It »was very generally expected that a material falling olf io outward shipments of butter and candles would havo takeu place ; but the intelligence to haud respecting those articles indicates that largo parcels ure iu transit hitherto. Very little prospect, there- fore, exists that a rise on the present low rates will, for a considerable time, be established ; and dealer«, impressed with this conv.oti«"» «ve prepare«! to sell at last week's quittons. ' 'The announcement of a furth«' advance in the price of brandieB at ho--, has not done muck to influence th^perations of intending buyers in this ~"*etj a.nd ^"é TJ»« of 22s bf:-'i "en,a,lded for kartell's, there dop--'"t appear to be sufficient reason for «uppoaing that an improvement has actually marked the course of trade in this import. -The high figure known to bo ruling for all first-class brands ...