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THE TOPIC OF THE DAY. [No. 2] THE LAND QUESTION. "Fasten your car to my advt-ings." Measure for Measure. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

vTHBgaK)PICÎ OF THE DAY. f ' [N°. 2] THn LAND QUESTION. "Fasten your car to my advt-ings." Measure for Measure. It has-been indubitably^provcdythat--the difficulties which have hitherto beset parties desirous of possessing La.id, both as regards sale by Auction and expenses of grant and survey, must in any new workable scheme he greatjymodjfied^^^hejmo^^ of tempjting a stranger by an upset price of £1 an acre, (the.'-..'«value -of < which -?'becomes ?«<? most mhaeulously discovered when offered for com-1 petition), is.'made'japparent by; thei result which has ordinarily ensued. The upset price, although not always understood to be the ex- treme value, is nevertheless supposed to be a medium price at(least; and, but, for the com- petition which too often most selfishly hap- pens, thcie would be,ho advance.. A(hundred Mucks of most excellent land may have been known to neighbouring landowners for a generation ;s persons (whp have never thought it wortlî while to ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We not identity our opinions with those of our correspondent To the Editor of the Hobirton Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. IT« i« not identity »tir opinion« with thom ot our correspondant To the Editor of the Hobirton Mercury. - Sie,--Can you,for the information of your sub- scribers, publish in your valuable journal the num- ber of arrivals which have t tken place from the date of th» Census taken in 1851 to that taken in "1857"distinguishinfr between prisoners and Imm' grants, and other«-such information is really necessary to enable us fully to comprehend the frloomy picture of Tasmanian progress drawn in flic present Census,-as well as the fearful Immi grtaoa to which our adult population has been * subject,' * i ¡ i t_;" t_ i_ * ' ' I remain in hope, ' ' J ' Ë. H. I July 24th, 1857. [fe,' H. I. has requested us to untertuke a tasic oi ?onie difficulty and importance, which wo hope to accomplish at some early opportunity.-K.H.T.M.]

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CITY ARTICLE. Mercury office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Oflicc,Saturday Evening. There haï beon no change in the spirit mar- ket of late. Brandies of bcit blands, are held at a high figure, 20«,to 21s per,gallon, but not much 'business is "done.t>" llum^maintaips its old price, 5s Od to 6s 61, and considerable quantities are sold ; it is the favourite spirit in the market. Bottled ala and porter are not very much in demand at 12s a dozen, the de- mand being nearly from hand to mouth for current consumption. -The stock of sugars is rather limited. There is not "much activity in the grain market to day, dealers and specula- tors holdingjup till the arrival of the Mel- bourne mail. Wheat is in pretty'brisk de- mand at 9s Gd^the millers wanting, supplies. Oats and hay are in demand for .exportation, oats at 103 to 10s Gd, and hay at £0 10s to £10. The demand for English bailey is not very brisk at present andtho price has fallen, present quotations 9s 'to 9s 6d per bushel. Cape barley is not very much required now,fa...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

CALIFORNIA. We have advices from San Francisco to May 2. In Domestic Produce transaction« have been ex- cessively limited. Flour Iibj been in good demand for consumption at prev ous rates. The shipments of Treasure per mail steamer Golden 'Age shows an excess on previous shipments oflOS,849dollui9, being 2,041,248 dollars against 1,935,100 pel J. L. Stephens, /jill instant ? . I'lour.-1000 bal leis superfine .Domestic sold on private terms. Jobbing sales of 1300 quin ter sacks nt prices ranging from 13 dollars ut 15 dollars according to brands. '

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

MISCELLANEOUS; SHIPPING Tur. lletriever.-\Ve ure hu'ppy io find that the ".rumour" published in the Sydney Herald, and transcribed to our columns, relutive to 'the sup- posed loss of the Retriever with all hands off Cape Howe,'is positively contradicted. The Tasmania will undergo tho usual half-yearly overhaul on Boss's Patent Slip, prior to her depar- ture for Sydneys and will not Bitil for,' at least, a week, in consequence. - - The Jane, from this port, and the Balmoral had both »rrived'nt Sydney- J. ' f The Alla California of May 2,, in its summary of Valparaiso news says, flint Admiral BruceJ on hearing of the attack made on th» P. S. N. Co's steamer Nciv Granada, by thePeiuvi.m revolution- ary ships Loa and Tumbes, sent If. B, M.'s ship Pearl to seize them./iind the, Bagota on hen way up met'tlíe Peáil with the Loa.and Tumbes, under sleom on their,tray ,to Callao. , ; ,/? A Company'formed at Wellington have pur- chased the Wonga Won»a (s.), for £3800, far the purpose of tradin...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

SYDNEY. By the lasmanin wo ure in receipt of Sydney intelligence to the 2l»t instant, ve compile from the Jouiii ils the followm., epitome ol the statt, of the markets up to that date - 11 our - 1 he m irkct is very firm, and flour has »ih miced this week £2 per ton i his rise is parti) attributed to the advance that has taken place in Melbourne and the neighbouring colonies, as ¿veil as to tht scarcity of good round flour The millers now quote fine Hour £25 per ton, and seconds at £23 per ton Wheat is now worth 9s io 10s per bushel Liquids -There has not been much speculation) this week, owing to the high prices which spirits have now reached Brandy is steady at 18s Cd j to 19i , rum, 5s 9d lo Of , and geneva at 18s Od1 to 12«, wines-good sherries and port command full rates, beer, in bulk, and bottled nie and porter remain without alteration Ric I--Guod samples of clean Patna arc worth from 2bi to 27s , the Royal Saxon from C ilcutta is icportcd at Melbourne with a laigo parcel, a...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent.) " Launceston, Saturday Afternoon, " 3 40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

BY ELECTlUq TEL EG et A.ti. (From ok v own Correspondent.) " Launceston, Saturday Afternoon, " 3 40 p.m. " The Queen has arrived from Melb >urne¡¡ and'caine up totho Bar at noon, b iiigiug news to Thursday last. "The following is the state of the Markets : Melbourne, Town made flour, £23 to £28 per ton ; Adelaide flour £25 ; Launceston £22 10i. Wheat 9s. to 9s. 3d. per bushel. " The Ulagle Speed from Liverpool had ar- rived at Hubson's Bay, having on board 1890 bushels oats, and 1050 bugs of salt. The Caroline .had also ariivcd at Port Phillip from Sydney with 896 bags oats and 390 bags of maize. These arrivals have, as a matter of co.irse, considerably declined the Markets, " The CSlmiibian mail steam ship arrived ÍVom Sydney on Monday ovening and sailed for Suez with the English mails on Thur- sday morning. " The lihcb Swat» will probably have arri- ved in Buftjuieuttimoto get the_supplementary mails on board. '. Oats at Melbourne arc quoted at 13s. " The Launceston Flour Marke...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

*. . SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. > i July 25-Oriental, 506 tons, Nison, from Lon- don, 1st April, with immigrants and a general car- go. Agent-T. D. Chapmvn and Co. . July 25-Tasmania, (s.,) 28,5 tons, Clinch, fiom Sydney via Two-fold Buy. Passengers-cabin : Muses Chudleigh ¡¡2), Miss Nicholas, Mrs." A li wright, Mr. Hart, 'Miss Clarke, and f) steerage. Mail I bag, Agents-T.S.N. Co. " ¡ July 25-Plying Pul), }20 toni, Lucas, fiom Geelong with sundries. Passengers-1 steerage. Agent-Maning Biotheis. , July 23- Louisiana, 229 tons, Gnrdner, from Mcltiouuic in ballast. Agents-Mcpherson' and Francis. ' " ( July 25trllarriet Nathan, 127 lons, Lloyd,from Geelong ja bajías^. Basienger-cabin : Mrs Lloyd, Agent-Master. ' July 25-Tamar, 119 lons, Christy, from Mel- bourne in ballast, Agenffj-M<.rsh and Chapman. July 25-Circassian, 105 (»ni, Lyons, fiom Launceston, with sundries. Agents-Mcpherson and Francis, July 25^=-frjs/ 50 tons, from the East Coast. Ageiit-Patterson. i CI,EAItEp OU...

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HOBART TOWN £ PRICE CURREENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

HOBART TOWN PB1CE OTJRltENT Corrected «p to five o'clock on Salurday Evening last ALS $' BEER-(mhoUale) Ale, Bass'* No 2 per doe 0 l8« Od Worthington and Robinson's No 3 -per Mid 19 Oí Od AUopp'tNo 3,perhhd li) Oí Oíü ~J)ilto pale Fast hul'ta per hhd II) Se 0<2 io ¡ii 10« M Other brand* per Mid l8 10« Od to 1» Abtopp'i per dozen lit (¡d to He 6d My ass's He Gd *> .Hit Oii Duckworth'* lit Gd to Us Bd 'Bryant ami Davis'* 12« Oil lo IS« Oof Marseili't 11« Od io 11« Vd Iliblerl'e 10» Od io 10« «d Oilier bottlers,!!* ¡?to It«. Porter, Barclay's, perhhi'll St O'to V} IO« MilioU and Watney'* per Mid IO 0« Od io '17'lOs Other Iranis a \0s Od to 7 0« Od /Trueman'* X per Ithd Iii Ht Od to 16 6* Od Trueman'* XX per Udlú 10« Od to IO 15« Orf Taylors' sloutperhlid ?ÍJ-Oe Od to J IO» Od Byass'* quarts per dot 12» 6d" to 13* Od Whitbread'* stout per dos 12« Od to 12« 'Uti Monett f* porter per dos lis Od to 12« 'Bryant MHd Davis''e per dot Ile Odto Ile Od Other bottlers per dog1 ive O...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

Melbourne Line of Packets For Melbourne direct to the Wharf.         , v**;,T. II E -fine -?' iirst.class .Brigantine PILOT,         itîïÎOS.... -, S. ,.G., Jameisom, 115 Tons,. ., tor. Melbourne, ¡will sail for the above, port,on TUESDAY, the Mth, instant. ._ 'For Freight or Passage, apply to ", ' t',:-i -' ')*' 'i:'" ' '.'? ??.?'. JJ, LirSCOMBE. , ''?'??' '"'.'- : Murray-street,; .-July 21/1857: o! ,,. -..- porCeylon T II ß fine,' fast sailing Ship G L OU C ESTER, A 1,13 years, COO lons register, J. Hiatt Commander, will sail in about ten days & presents most'favourable oppor- tunity for the'shipment of Horses. ' . , ' . 'For Freighter Passage, having excellent accom- modation, apply to the Captain on board or to; *..,,-.. :i.'.. Í- W»i, Cnosor & Co, :.?,': r: ;;.-,:, .vi;. '...-. i AOEKTS. : ..Hobart Town, ', ¡ ; '., July 171111857. . ; -, ,, STEAM TO ETJ^OURNE-...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

jNUW zealand. We have papers fiom Lyttleton, New'.Zealond,' to the fi'at mst. The Lyttleton Tunes of that dule,' in reporting the Market says :-Wheat is more] plentiful and mcy be quoted at 4« Gd for red, and) 5s for white. l\natoe3 are freely offered, deliver- able at the quay,' at A oin £4 to iii 5¡ 'though thei demand is considtiablo the supply U by no, means' exhausted.

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HORRIBLE. MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

HORRIBLE MURDER ANDM SUICIDE. The city was thrown into a state of consternation on Saturday afternoon, by a report that a horrible murder and suicide had been committed in Argyle- street. The report was subsequently confirmed ;   and the following are the particulars, so far as they   have yet come to our knowledge. The name of the man who has committed these deeds is Owen Clarke. He is a native of the Colony -- having been born at the Coal River in 1815, and conse- quently is 42 years of age. His mother is still re- siding in Lansdowne Crescent. The female's name is Sarah Alice Hawkiins, who arrived in this Colony a prisoner of the crown, in the ship Aurora. Her age is said to be 23. The man Owen Clarke, it will be remembered, was residing some months ago at Green Ponds, and was committed to take his trial on the Coroner's warrant for arson. The   stack of hay to which he had set fire had been in- sured by him to considerably beyond its worth;...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

CALIFORNIA. We hive received San Francisco papers to May 'I. We extract the following from the Aila California. The country was suffering reverely from draught, in reference to which the journal just named bos the following observations :-From neatly < very pottion of the agricultural distri- cts ol' the State, there goes up a cry for water From the extreme North to the extreme South the count»y-which usually, at this season of the year, is green and fresh-looking-is now putting on the brown garb of autumn, and tlia glass is withering and the grain dying, for want e>f moisture. The thirsting cattle% par- ticularly in the southern section of the country look in vain for a blade of grt«> grass, and K is feared that unless some rain shortly comee, there will rot be only great suffering, but great mortality among them, as thor» was mauy years «co, when they died hy the thousand* for want of food and moistuie. In that part of the country evoy tiling ia represented sa par...

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THE MERCURY Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, JULY 27 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

THE MERCURY íikultsíjcb íHaiioajj, OTcontäUaj Aj7uínj MONDU MOKNIVG, JULY 27 18d7 Tjie Ministry, we behove, will not be prepared to meet Parliament until the latter end of September, or the commencement of October.' Whilst w6 tanuotDÙt réjrrat that any.furthei i i. jJ* ill ./ I i ° l *\ it j delay, should be necessaiy, we have'no option but to açcoid to tjhe Executive the' additional time it i equires. .We haye reason to ^know, that-night and day-its'members havê'de , i " ; J <k i r, I '. .Ii' I voted their eiiergiesjtojiho herculeauítaskóm; posed upon them by the Colony';, and, so.lotig as we arc assured that our interests arc'not suffering fiom eitherslotlîorincapacity, weshall notgrudje the extension of time demanded. Ruling the "interregnum'' which ..took' place between the seceding of Mr. Champ's govern ment, and the advent .of the piesent, the ' ' ' j. . t i ' s 'i) rt,¡s i business of the Country, was retiograding every depaitmeut, as might have been antici- pated,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

Medical, >-'- /*? >> ' THE Undersigned deem« it necessary to -repub-' lish the following notice. J. Douohtt, Surgeon. July 24th 1857. - »«««.«. ., Ji.O T I C E. The Undersigned begs to notify that DrDoughtj having purchased his Chemist and Oruggcit Bust ness, nnu^ further, taken his book debt«, he will feel obliged by au early settlement of the same to Dr. Doughty, whose receipt w ¡II be a legal dis rUI*ï6&-.. ". * " " . In retiring from the said business, he bega to thank his numerous friends and the public gener- ally for theil putrouage during so many years, and solicits a continuance of the same to his success». * , ; , J.H. D'la Hunt. ? April I4th, 1857. « ' LICENSED VICTUALLERS AS .'"' ' SOCÍATION. A T a Meeting of the Executive Committee of J\ the above Association, held at the house of Mr. Oliver, Elizabelh-strtet, on Wednesday, the 22nd instant,iMr. W. G. Beaumont in the Cliitir. "TI" "WAS RESOLVED that a GENERAL MEETING of the Licensed Victualler« be held ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

EX LATE ARRIVALS, And on Sale at the DERWENT FOUNDRY, BARRACK STREE \ THE UNDERSIGNED ha» received ex recent arrival«, a large assortment of the following useful article«:-Register Orate«, Chaff Cutter«, Kitchen Ranges, Ball« and Tap«, Pewter anil Lead Piping, in a variety of sixes. Shipping and Country orders promptly attended to , J, Swim. Hobart Town, 9th Julj, 1857. AGENCY. TO HOBART TOWN PRODUCE GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. THE UNDERSIGNED having large acquaint anea and much experience in the Commission Business in S> dney, will be always ready to trans- act business for parties who will entturt produce or any other goods to his care. Account sales and proceeds returned strictly by the first opportunity. Michael Kelleuek, Commercial Wharf, Sydney. 6th July, 1857. ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. BOLT and BAR IRON, Mitre Brand, at £10 per ton, for cash only. Hie above Iron is far superior in quality to Waterloo, BBH, Crown, Scrap, Elephant, or any other make. __,_ _ "William Johk Rout. T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

DEATHS On Friday morning, the 24th instant at, the resi- dence of her father Mr. H. Haynes, of the   Maypole Inn, New Town, after a protracted ill- ness of two years, Fanny, the beloved wife of Mr James Shadwick, jun-, of the Prince Albert   Inn, New Town. The funeral will take place on Thursday,next, the 28th instant, at 2 pm, when friends are respectfully requested to attend. On Friday j 24th imtaiit, al 31 ^Warwick Street Isabel! a the beloved wife of Ma Thomas* WHITNEY aged 54 years. The funeral will take plucs on '1 uesday at 2 o'clock. Fnends are re spectfully invited to attend.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES. MESSRS. BRENT and WESTBROOK, this day, at the Mart, Murray Street, nineteen trunks of superior boots and shoes, a large quantity of jewellery, 12 casks of salmon, Irish butter, coffee, cod fish, Li-     verpool soap &c, ninety six camp ovens,   stationery, champagne, cider, Bath bricks, and whiting.     MB. W. A. GUESDON, this day, at the Go- vernmont Slaughter House yards, seven   superior milch cows.     MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY& CO. at their Mart Elizabeth Street, to-morrow, beer   engines, brass pumps, spirit fountains,     tubing &c. 86 tierees of Maxwell's Sydney beef, carpeting, chimney glasses, Royalle marble, and Sicilian marble mantel-pieces,   six cases dairy cheese, four cases biscuits   &c.   MR. R. M. LEWIS, to-morrow, at Dunrobin Bridge near H...

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POLICE OFFICE—FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

POLICE OFFICE-FRIDAY. Befoie F. Burgess, Esq. JffigJit Chargea-Three drunkards were fined 20s. each, and one 40s., or the usual alterna tivej »VWilliam JBurgoss, Jbr_being drunk on his master's premises, was discharged/ Teter Seller and John Bobins, for being on shore without lea^e, were severally admonished. Stalling ¿otth Iiiteiit.-r^Jnmet de la Hunt -who is now lying in the Hospital-is charged with the above offenco1 by Constable Allen. It appears that Allen had the man in custody for being drunk, and Hunt, to release himself, drew out a knife and cut the cheek of the Constable, who immediately "used his staff," ard to such purpose that the man (Hunt) has had to be taken to the Hospital where he now lies. Before F. Burgess, and H. Hopkins, Esqs. Desertion. - William Burrows, Gilbert Berry, David Berry, William Owens, David Registrer, and James Gunston, were charged by Captain Nicholson, of the Prompt, with having on the 22nd July deserted from the said ship. All the men pleaded g...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 July 1857

LOCAL NEWS. New Insolvent—William Cole, of Hobart Town in Tasmania, watchmaker and jeweller,de- clared 24th instant. Liabilities £4438 2s 3d. ;   assets,''£1300. Cause of Insolvency, losses in business, by fire and by floods. First meeting, 26th August. A.B. Tonkin, prov. assignee.   Fish-Fish is at all ; times an. accep table commodity.in tile Hobart Town Market. It has been frequently suggested to the Government tint the) should allow ibliirmen to try their fortune on what is at present consideied the intangible fisher* irs of Port Arthur. We yesterday inspected at Mr. Sharpe'*, Constitution Dock, a Trumpeter, weigh ¡iiC 371b», which was caught in the forbidden waters adjoining,Tasman'« Peninsula. ? Ixquest-The inquest on the body of John Connors, a man late in the service of Mr Richard Cleburne, who was found drowned on Friday, was opened at four.o'clock, p.m. on Saturday, at the Restdown Inn, and adjourned till ten o'clock this day. There weie no marks ...

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