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THE VERY REVEREND THEOBALD MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THE VERY REVEREND THEOBALD MATHEW. The celebrated Irish philanthropist, died on the 8th of December, full of years and renown ; and all parties seem to unite in mourning bis loss. A respectable Protes- tant journal, the Carle Constitution, publishes the following obituary : "Yesterday paused from among us, n man who filled a 1 irge space in the eye-not ol Cork only, but ol' the world. His reputation was not Irish or English, but European and American. By multitudes in every land his name was syllabltid and his memory revered, und by tens of thousands will both be hallo- wed for resolutions inspired and for benefits enjoyed. We speak not of Mr. Mathew as a friar or as a priest. Whatever our objec- tions to hi« creed, his motive«, we beliove, we e iiiiglt'» hi* humanity was genuine, and his beuevoleOiCd was great. Girat, too, be- yond precedent was the revolution whieli be wrought in tue habit« of a people given be» youri precedent to the excesses of "strong drink: ' that it was but t...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
Wo have Adclaido papers to the 10th instant. No change in the market quotations has tiken place. The New South Wales markets evince no change since we last quoted them. The Sydney Morning Herald ot the 10th reported some transactions in Go- vernment Debentures. Wo cite the paragraph : ,.,"It is said that the nr'c3s tendered fora large ' amount of the £200,000 Interminable Debentures ringed from 89 to 100. This mast bo considered as rory satisfactory, because it is ihe first timo that de- bentures without any positive date of repayment have been issued in the colony.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
NOTICE TO OTjà SUBSCRIBERS. r. WAIN WHISHT, Oar Collector, started on hia Country Tour yesterday, Tuesday 17th February XB57, and will risit Sore 1, BleHmond, Jerusalem, Brighton. Broad- marsh, Both veil, Bag lad, &lt;*r?en Ponds smiths sarroaadHg District! in the course of th) W33C We trust oar Co intr » sup« ,porters will bi prep ire i for his visit, an 1 respond ta his application, by a settlement of their accounts. The receipts tor minies on account of this Office are upon Blue Paper JOHN SAVOB3.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THEATRE ROYAL. tBU EVENING, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 80 Ttttt Bight of Bockstono'g splendid drama entitle! VICTOKINE. " "lait'iright out two of those inimitable ArtVe» , ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENHEIM, |, _ ' The performances will commence with Bnckstone's Drama in three act«, first time in this theatre, entitled VICTORINE. VICTORINE . Miss ADELAIDE jELISE. Miss JOEY Favourite Ballad . Miss Stewart 'Overtures and Popular Airs. by the Orchestra. HVxeoncla'jie with for tho 2nd time, the admired farce TO OBLIGE HENSON In preparation-The Irish Heiress ; Middy Ashore ; The Willow Copse; TheCors'can Brothers ; I! ¡chard ye Third ; Rose of Etterick Vale j Faust and Marguerite. IM J^Private Boxes,£2 i* ; or 5t u Single Ticket ; Dress Boxes, 4s ; Fit 2s ; Oallory is. No Half price. Chil , dren in arms not admitted. Doors open at half past seven o'clock, performance to commenceat eight precisely. Box office open daily trom eleven to four o'clock where only private boxoi can bo secured, Tbc Free List wi...
Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
Miscellaneous Shipping1 The ItrsasiAN iíliok Sea Flbkl'.-Letters from St. Petersburg mention that,according to inspections made in the harbour of Sebastopol, by pirties enployel for thit purpose, through the medium of the diving appa- ratus from Odnssii,it has been tolerably well ascertained ' that very few of ihe ship* sunk lhere ure in a service- able «tate, If tiny could be even r ils 'd from their b -da of mud into whic'i they are nt present pretty firmly established. Altogether there were 70 vessels sunk from the 22nd of -ept" 1854, to the 17th of Feb., 1856, of which the majority have served ten years. The ship of the line, I aris Urossfurst, Constantine, Maria, and Tachesma, have turned completely on their beam end« on tho ground, and aro greatly dmnnged on ac- count of the falling over of the guns, and other heavy substances, with the ballast. The Clinidry and Ki lewtschy, as also tho steamers Wladimir, li.'s-arnbiu, Gromonossex, Odessa, Krim n, and Turok,are standing uprigh...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. February l8-Fox sehvmer 183 ton«, White, from .Itelbourno nth inst,, in ballast, Agent Degraves. Feb l8-Britons'Queen schoiniT 119 tons, Gaflhn, from whaling, denn. SaiU'd from Hobart Town August 21th 18SG. Agent Austin. Feb l8-Harriet Nathan, bnrqne 127 tons, Lloyd, rom Geelong 6th instant, with 150 sliecp. Agent Master. FA. 19.-City of Hobart, s" 361, Bentley, from Melbourne, 17th inst., with 100 sheep and sundries. Cabin piissengcrs.-Mrs & Miss Fenton, Miss Mac Booie, P M Ross, Mrs Knight, Mr Oflctilieim, Mr & Jin Smith & servant, Mrs Murrell, Mr Brewer, Mr \V Ive*, and 23 steerage.-Agent, C Toby CLEARED OCT. February 19-Tommy, schooner 00 tons, Morris, fur Melbourne. - Feb 19-Louise and Leouide, brig 199 tons.Schmidz, for Batavia. BAILED. February Helen S. Pago, barque 226 tons, Spring, for Port Albert, with salt. Feb 19-Goldseeker, schooner 163 tons, Wilson, for Melbourne, with timber, &c. IMPOUT8. Per Harriet Nuthan, from ...
INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Fielding Browne In re Michael Dunn. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Fielding Browne In re Michie! Dunn. This was a fint general meeting, and for dis. charge. The following debts were proved :-John Fisher. Builder, £10 on a prommisory note; W Dossiter £30 16s 10d. on balance of a judgment and on a bill of exchange; George Rosendell £31 10s. 11d on a judgment in the Supreme Court ; William Crosby £12, balance of account; Westbrook and Butler £632 8s. balance of judgment on a warrant ofatto-ney; Nutt and Butler, £21, bnlBnce of a bill of exchange; Geoiire Brown, wheelwright, £17 19s. fur work a»a labor don ? ', Thomas Brown, Biker, ?15 5s 7d, fur goods sold mid d livered ; James Emmett, £21 17s 9d, on a judgment in the Supreme Couit su'ject toa set off of £5 I2s; Isaac Solomon, 4 41 19s 9d on a jidgirn-nt in til" Supreme Cour', su j» et toa bet oft'of £12; William Wptl» £84s, balance of account; John Austin £24 14s 5 II, fur goods sold and delivered, subject to a sit off of £7 12'. '1 he Insolvent's d...
BOTHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
BOTHWELL. AU quiet for n fortnight put, with the exception of seven imbibers, who cither parted with their money, or helped to cut up the thistle! und repair the streets of tho "Model Village." A couple of imbibers, picked np near Rothwell, have been rein anded One appeared to be idiotic. An inquest was hold on Friday, by H. M. Hull, Esq, Coroner, on the bidy of Mr. Kabort Hilt, who was accidentally killed by the upsetting of his cart on Wed lies lav evening, on his return home from Hamilton. Verdict-Accidental Death. An inquest, by tho s line Coroner, will also, be held this-day, (.Monday) on John McRa, Esq., who was ac- cidentally killed on Saturday, by a Reaping Machine.
COUNTRY DISTRICTS HAMILTON. POLICE OFFICE.—SATURDAY. PRESENT—H. M. Hull, Esq., Police Magistrate, and T. L. Gillibrand [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
COUNTRY DISTRICTS HAMILTON. POUCE OFFICE.-SATURDAY. Pausest-H. M. Hull, Esq., Polii-e Magistrate, and /f. L. G-JlibrauJ, i sq., J.P John Stevens was charged with the mansUnghter of William Spillbury, on whom an inqu- st wa» held ou Wednesday lost, and, after tho examination of Dr. Leach-Jumes Warner, and Constable Evans, ho was fully c nnmitted for trial "at the next Session of the Suprême Court. A few drunkards contributed their mites toward) the Treasury. WEDNESDAY. Pbesext-The Police Minístrate, and Henrie Nicholas, Esq., J.P. Sarah Hornley, and W. Hunt, were punished for drunkenness, the first with 7 days' hard labor, and the second with a fine of £1. Kobert Hitt was fine 1 J220 for sly grog selling. lu this cuse, lhere was some dreadful cross-swearin?, hut (ho case was too clearly pi oval against the defendant, who, after g vinj notice of appeal to Quarter Sessions, and charged three of the Police with perjury, thought better ol it, and paid up his fine with 17s. Gd. costs. The...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
VICTORIA. By the City of Hobart we have advices from the above colony, to Tuesday last : upon the subject of the "official changes," The Argus has the following : We understand that Mr. Michie has declin- ed the Atlorney-Gdneralship, and that the office has been accepted by Mr Fellows, the present Solicitor-General, who according to usage, is entitled to promotion from the post of second to that of first law officer of the crown in case of a vacancy. It was rumoured in town yesterday that Mr Adamson had ac- cepted the Solicitor-Generalship. It was also reported that Mr Goodman had been appoint- ed to succeed Mr. Saldan (who is going to England) in the Treasury. We believe it has not yet been determined who is to be the lo cum fenens of Mr. Childers during the tempo- rary absence of thai gentleman. We have no doubt that the appointment of Mr. M'Culloch would give great satisfaction to the mercantile community. Mercantile affairs during the week have pre- sented no appearance of impro...
SENATORIAL RUFFIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
SENATORIAL RUFFIANISM. Os Wednesday evening last a most disgrace- ful outrage wag committed upon the person of the Solieitor G.-neral within the precincts ol the House of Assembly, hy the Member for Norfolk Plains-Mr. J. C. Gregson. So far as we can leam, no suliicieut or adequate pro- vocation had been ghen lor »o wanton an Attack. If such unwarrantable and unseemly displays as this are to be permitted, perpe- trated, he it rememb.-red, by a Magistrate and a Ciiairmaii of Q i.ir er Scions, upon a Member of the Executive Government, it « ill cause U" no surpusu to lind argument réfutai by a bowie ktnfe, and a majority secured with the revolver. Such scene* are ill suite I to the dignity of a i'.irli mient, nor do they exalt the character of its Mjmbeiv.
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THEATRE «OYAL. A succession of attractive novelties is in preparation «hieb cannot tail, wj think, to put our play goinir friends on the gili cine. This evening. Bückst ine's admired piny of'Victorine" will be prixlwed, afford- ing another opportunity for thedispiay of tho MUses Gougeuheim'* combined ta'snt, to be lollowe I by the farce, " To Obli(re Benson." On Mondiy anoth r new piece " Tile Irish Heiress" will be r presented, with the amusing farce of " The Middy Ashors," and on Tuesdjy .Miss Jojy Gnugenheiin will tako her Bene- fit when, we need not s ly, tlie exqui-ite acting of the Sisters will come out in full forcj und variety, and on We Inesdav, a Uugha'ile extravaganza, not, hitherto, performed in tbi-> Colony, « ill ha produne J, under the title of" Itichard Yo I hird," If novcl'y, variety, and pleasant acting ought to command success and pitron ugc, they, surely, ought to b«! accorde J to the Theatre ltuyal.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
SALES BY WURLEY & FRODSHAM Friday, 20th February. Household Furniture, Utensils in Trade*'of a Butcher, &c. &c. F MESSRS. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Will Sell by Auction, by order of the Assignee in Whiteman'» estate, on the premises, corner of 'High-street, on FRIDAY, 20th February instant, at half-past 10 for 11 o'clock, UTENSILS IN TRADE- scales, weights, knives/blocks, &c Sec. And the usual variety of Household Fur- niture. _Terms-Cash._ Spring Hill Bottom, neur Jerusalem. Adittonal Stock. Messrs. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Will sell by Auction, as above, I VE HEAD OF CATTLE One bull Two useful mares , One cart mare, 4 years old One heavy horse, 4 years old Team of bullocks Carts, bows, yokes, and chains ' Terms as usual. Tuesday, 2Uh Feb., at 12 o'clock. Spring Hill Bottom, Jerusalem. ME6SRS "VrOllLEY AND FRODSHAM. Are favoured with instructions from Mr. A. Ser- geant, who is proceeding to England, to sell by auction, on his Farm Spring Hill Bottom...
BARON ALDEUSOX on TICKET-OFLEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
BARON ALDEÜSOX Olí TICKBT-OF LEAVE. At the opening of the winter assizes for South Lancashire at Liverpool, on Monday, Mr. Baron Alderton delivered an unusuullv lengthy charge, tho principal topics of bil address being the ticket-of-leave system, transportation, and the reformation of crimi- nals. Alter the usual complimentary phrase« to the graud jury, bis lordship said : -Gentle« men, you will find a good many-I dou'fc know how many cases-in which people hava been pardoned, so to speak, and come back into the world with what is called at' promeut a ticket-of-leave, which certainly seemi to me-in its effects 1 mean-an uuwise propo- sition. They are let loose upou society ; and the reason is, that it is impossible to k mp persons for so long a time as they were usu- ally transported fur before in this country. People get tired ; and then the chaplains of the guol becjtiiü extremely attentive ; the offender turns up the white of his eyes, and pretends to be a converted sinner. The ch...
THE LATE MASSACRE AT NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THE LATE MASSACRE AT NEW CALEDONIA. By way of Sydney wo have further infor- mation respecting the late massacre of the French colonists of New C iledouia. - We have endeavoured to ot>&lt;aiii more com- plete detail» ol this horrible affair, but have little to add to the brief notice of it in our yesterday's issue. The liiaok Dog sailed so very soon afternrardsj that although active ex- ertions were in progrei-s for searching out the ta ises and the perpetrators ol' this butchery, little or nothing ol' a definite character could be known. &lt; It is quite true that eleven Frenchmen were assassinated, and that one ol them was Monsieur Bernrd, formerly, (not Commis-ury Gcner.d of the French settlements in the Pacific, but) an officier of the French navy. How many of the Vate or sandwich Island natives have perished is not yet known, hut so many bodies ol these men as were mentioned in yesterday's Herald (l4orl.>) had not buen discovered. The discovery, too,- wai a...
LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
LATEST EUROPEAN. Sir Alexander Bennerman, Governor of the Bahamas, succeeds Mr Darling, the New Go- vernor of Jamaica, in the Governorship of Newfoundland. A rupture has already occurred in the new Turkish Cabinet, under the Viziership of fied schid Pacha, by the resignation of his prede- cessor, Adli racha, vvho had taken office as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Writs have issued for electing a temporal Peer of Ireland, to succeed tho vacancy made by the demise of James, Earl of Bandon, in the House of Lords. The Ban of Croatio,the well-known Jellaeh ich, is seriously ill at Agram. Baron Hammer, the renowned Orientalist is not likely ever to quit his bed-or, moro strictly speaking, his arm chair-again. The Baron has a complaint of the heart, which renders it impossible for hin to remain any- time in it reclining postute, The House of Schiller at Gohlis was pur- chased on the 11th Nov. the anniversary of the birthday of the great poet for 2100 thâlers by the association which beats hi...
THE GIPSIES OF THE JUMNA DOAB. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THlî GIPàlESOPTHE JUMNA DOAB. Mr. A. 0. Hu ne has added a new anti valu îble paper to'ihe vast mass of materials now existing for a ni tory of the wandering tribes of India. He has. collected» how he doe1* tint explain, a1 'quantity of information concerning the Harhourah«,-a tribe who wan- der about ihojuigles ot Hie Jumna Doab, ami is ho aimear to bein all material respects ideiitic.il with the Gipsies of Europe. Like them, the membeis ot this tribe have no fixed habitation) and no recognized means of sub- sistence. Liku thom, they appear to he driv- en to crime rather hy crliel y, never attempt to settle, never nddrit themselves to any intel- ligible i.osiiion iii the lund. Nor, though lit- tle divided in appearance from the races among whom they wander, do indivi tuals of the tribe ever endeavour to throw off their peculiar habits, and merge in the great society around them. No one ever heard of any one of ihe tribe becoming! a servant or a trades- man, or aililmtmg himself to a...
MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor, and Captain Bateman. Thomas v. Ramsden. This was an information by the City Inspector, against Ann Ramsden, of Bathurst-street, charging her with suffering two goats to ramble about the streets on the 10th instant. The City Inspector stated, that he had frequently seen the defendant's goats in the streets, and had &nbsp; received various complaints respecting them. The defendant was fined 5s. for each goat and the costs. Thomas v. Stanfield and others. This was on information, charging Messrs. Stanfield, Luckman, and Staples, Butchers, Elizabetb-street, with driving or causing to be driven, four head of horned cattle through the streets, on the 17th instant, by which they were liable to a penalty not exceeding £10. Mr. Luckman pleaded Guilty to the charge, but &nbsp; alleged, in his defence, that it was at an early hour of the morning, namely, 5 o'clock. The City Inspector stated, that he saw two men on horseb...
THE MERCURY. published [?] FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 February 1857
THE MERCURY. íiJublíoIirtJ ítloníiaij, ÜBcbncsoaa Atfrfoaí FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1857. Tur result of the debate on Wednesday, evening terminated,¡is might have been an- ticipated, in the resignation of the Min- istry. The Colonial Secretary, with something of asperity, stated the motives which led to the course adopted by him- self and his colleagues. They looked upon the resolution, Carried in the As- sembly of the 11th i stant, tending to a reduction in the salaries of the Governor and the principal officers of the Execu- tive, as also tending to a public breach of faith, and, with a laudable aversion to any sucli dishonesty, threw up their places, rather than be parties to it. We need scarcely say, that we look upon all this as a piece of special plead- ing-not of the most skilful kind. In the first place, the Constitution wa3grant- ed to the Colony, on condition that c.ir t in officers of the Exccutive,holding pat- ent places, were protected from injury by the change, Thi...