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IMPROMPTU ON CARE. "You lay out too much pains For purchasing but trouble." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

IMPROMPTU ON CARE. -"Yon lily out too much vmins Tor purchasing but trouble." In the days that are past, care stuck to me closely, But hid mo goctl bye, when I sail'd to these shores ; Wo parted good friends ; he grinn'd most jocosely, Whilst boasting his triumphs, by tens and by scores. You blame me said he, for so much exacting, But am I not courted, and vvorshipp'd Mid kept. By the simplest folks ;.who are always enacting, Some pranks of mero folly, for which they havo wept. But the Truth is my old friend, you deserve to be free, You desp.'sc all my power, though I've tried you full oft; Away then, be off; settle down beyond sen, Bo happy and prosperous, hut think sometimes of inc.

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THE CHIEF POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

¡THE CHIEF POLICE MAGISTRATE. ¡Tins is the last day Mr. Btjkgt.ss will preside fat the Police Office in his capacity of Chief iPolice Magistrate. Like many others, this ¿gentleman has been called upon to relinquish Pan office he has held for a lengthened period, ji'in obedience to the stern demand made by the ifpeople for retrenchment. We have fought ffthe battle of reduction with all the energy we i ¡could command; we saw its absolute necessity; || and we could foresee its consequences. The I enormous expenditure of the Government was ! destroying the vigor of the Colony, and rctard jj ing our progress. Wo were not only lavishly I) squandering the income of the present, but j we were anticipating the revenue of the future. || We were crippling posterity and entangling its resources ;-we saw this ; and we protested against its continuance. We knew, at the time, that retrenchment would involve the t necessity of dispensing with services long be I stowed ; and, we knew, too, that, in ...

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INSOLVENT COURT.—WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

INSOLVENT COUET.-WEDNESDAY Before Sir. Commissioner Fielding Jirowne ÏN RP JJKDBffE -\yfLLTAli EV*N3. Bpeeial meeting for the proof of debt. The following debts wera proved ¡-cr A. and E. Kissock, £18 10s. 4d j F. 0-. Holbird, £1112s. 5d ; William Carter, £73. Special meeting was fixed for 19th 'of August, for the appointment of a permanent Assignee. ?íí ££ ÊtflTJJEW KIETA*. Adjourned first meeting. Mr. Crisp appeared "on behalf of the Petitioning Creditors. ?Mr. Lee-j Vss ñpfc pTOPJlt on behalf of the Insolvent. Mr \Crisp objected to hgvp the tufttterpostjjonied. Mr. Tonkin said that the Insolvent Act should be carried out, I for o had been meeting after meeting, and yet no schedule had been filed. The Insolvent bad been in a beastly state of drunkenness ever ginee he was declared. It was too bad that such conduct should bo allowed. He be- lieved'lliat Alp. Lees would" no|t attend on t(iat account.' Mr. }jees'had been to Mr. Biely's ; but from the state in which be had found him, i...

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ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF THE LOYAL BRIGHTON LODGE, OF THE ANCIENT AND INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

ANNIVERSARY DINNER or Tit» > s LOYAL BRIGHTON LODGE,* or Tira ! ANCIENT AND INDEPENDENT ORDER | OF ODD FELLOWS. " Tur. fourth Anniversary Dinner of the above Lodge wob celebrated yesterday evening, at Brother Host Davis', Brighton, in the elegant Lodge-room attached to the Tasmanian Inn. Great promis«! had been made by mine «oat, that this event should eclipse all his former «plendid affairs. We were prepared ior a sight, and our expectation« were more than realised. At six o'clock dinner was announced, when about seventy Brethren and visitors sat .down in right good earnest to áo justk'0 to the sumptuous entertainment. There was a i «ood attendance of the Grand Officers and > Brethren from Hobart Town, as also a number ; of visitors. We can scarcely form an idett -what their notions of Odd Fellows were, but it i* certain they looked with amazement at « their notions of a dinner, ûnd one was heard II to say, " Well, Odd Fellows pannot be bad IE Vith so many good things, fjtfts...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

¡,j A G E N C Y. . TO HOBART TOWN PRODUCE ! GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. THE UNDERSIGNED having large acquaint- ance and much experience in the Commission Business in Sydney, will be always ready to trans- act business for partiel who will entrust produce or any* other goods to his care. Account tales and proceed» returned strictly by the first opportunity. ' * . ' Michael Kelleiitr, Commercial, Wharf, Sydney. 6th July, 1857. ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. BOLT and BAU IRON, Mitre Brand, at £10 per ton, for cash only. j Yl'he above Iron is far superior in quality to j'Waterloo, BBII, Crown, Scrap, Elephant, or any other make. i Wilma« Jouk Rout. To Millers TTLBLACKMORE and Co. begjo call Jhe.at VV < /ítentííñ of Gentlemen in thVFlour trade to their PATENT BOLTING CLOTHS without seams for dressing Flour, manufactured and sold by Inem at Wandsworth, Surrey. Sold also by Bryan Corcoran, and Co, Wire Machine, and French Millstone Makers, 30, Mark-lanp, London. ' /. The ereat and contin...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING Captain Wilson, of the Gold Seeker, reports having seen the Heather Bell at four p.m., on Sunday lost oil' Douglass River, with a fine breeze from the S.E. Captain Graves, of the Mary Aan, reports having spoke the Australasian Packet on the 28th July, off Schouten Island, all well, with 21 tons sperm oil. sj2f" A schooner, supposed to be the Tyne, or Friends, was signalled off Trumpeter Ray at sundown last evening.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. July 29.-Goldsetkcr, 1G0 tons, WiUon from Melhourn». Agent-G. S. Wilson. July 30. Fuir Tasmania, 150 tons, Arthur from Port Albert. Agent W,A. Gucsdon. July 30. Violu, 189 tons, Hcllon from Newcastle, 1 stcorugo passenger. Agent Gillies Bros. . July 30. MarvAnn, llGtons Glares from Port Albert. Agent Butler. July 30. Macquarie, 130 tons Harrison from Port Albert with cattle. Acent W.A, Guosdon. C1.EAUED OUT. July 29. Pilot, 115 tons, Jamieson for Melbourne. Passenger Cabin-Mr. John Murdoch. ENTERED OUT. July (10. Eucalyptus, 192 tons, Thompson for Melbourne. July 30. Gloucester, 592 tons, Hiatt for Ceylon. DCPARTURES. Julv 30.-City ol Hobart, 3G3 ton», Bentley, for Melbourne, Passengers, cabin-Mis. Bryant and child, Mr. and Mrs. Fallenstein, Mr. and Airs. Sherrott and two children, Mr. and Mrs. H. An- stey, Mrs. Haynes and child, Mr. Clark, Mr. J. Donald, Mr. H. Hennell, Mr. John Stammers, Mr. Myers, Mr. B. P. Farrell, Very Rev. Dr. Hall, V. G, Lieut. Wilkie, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

DISINFECTING POWDER. (MoDouaAT,L's Patent.) FOR PREVENTING and DESTROYING Noxious Smells, S'c. " Mothe's" Coimiba Cnpsules Thompson's Cheltenham Salts Ernest Cod Liver Oil, to air. ka« or R. S. NICHOLSON, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, I3ATTi:irr Point. York Tavern, Brisbane Street HI,. SIIELVERTON, formerly of the Black , Snake, Bridgewater, having obtained a Tunisfer of the Yoik l'avcrn,Bi¡Bbane-stroct, wishes to ntmounce to his friends and the public generally that they muy he nccommodated tit the old Licen- sed Public House us above on the most reasonable tenns. P. S.-TI. L. S. having laid in a stock of the best description of Wines nnd Spirits, can with con hdencc assert that one call of his town or country fricnos, will ensure him that support which he enjoyed so long tit Bridgewater. .. To his country lnends especially, he would invite attention to the accommodation, which he has pio vidcd for their comlort, by airy betl-iooms, and good beds, so that nothing shall he wanting on his pa...

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POLICE OFFICE—WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

BQL1ÖB OFFICE-WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. Night CJiarges.-Five drunkards were fined 20s. each, and one old woman for her sixth offence was fined £5. Six disturbers of \\\<x peace were fined 5s each. -Coheptj Bateman for sleeping in the opon air was discharged, it appearing that he had only just oorflo out of the hospital, One female for holng out after hours was sentonoeil to one months' imprison- ment, YESTERDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. Ninty Charges.-Eight drunkards were fined twenty shillings each ; and three forty shillings or the usual alternative in default. A respectable man named William t'razcr bad expressed a wish to seo a fipiejyl of'his horne ho being in a. statys ob h^toxj cation. This was construed ia.tó, a lesjstanoo of a constable au,d¡ ho waa fined 5¡» for his kindness. Íkgg\ng dims.-John Sullivan, a blind man, was charged with begging alms in tlve public street. Sullivan denied eitl\ç^ asking or receiving any coin. He had np witnessei and if he ha...

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SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Justice Horne. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

SUPREME COURT. - WEDNESDAY. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Justice Horne. The court sat at 10 a.m. pursuant to ad- journment, Alexander Cullen was indicted for the wil- ful murder of Elizabeth Ross, at Hobart Town on the 13th June last. The prisoner was de- fended by Mr. Lees, and pleaded Not Guilty. The Solicitor-General stated the case to the jury, and reminded them that it was their duty to divest from their minds anything they might have heard or read respecting the pre sent case, that might be prejudicial to the pri- soner at the bar. It appeared that the de- ceased Elizabeth Ross had lived with the pri- soner for two or three months previous to her death. She had also lived with him prior to that, but had left him to go down the river, and had returned to him in March or April. Elizabeth Ross was seen alive the last time by a person named Abbey about half-past 9 on the evening of 13th June.\ She was walking down the passage towards Liverpool street, followed by the prisoner. Sh...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

?HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT ^Corrected uj> lo five o'clock.on Saturday Evening last ' ALF! $ BEER-fwholsale) Ale, Bass's Ko 2 per dos 0 13» Od Worthington and Robinson's No'A fer Mid li) 0* Od Alsopp's No 3, per hhd 1!) Oí Od JUito pale Fast Judia per Ud 1» 5/ Od io ,lil ,\üs lid Other brands per hhd lu 10» Od to IO Alsopp's per dozen 11» Cd to Us (Id Jiguss's 11* Od /. 11» Cd Duckworth's 11» 6d /o 11* 5d J3rya»i .and Davis's lis Od io 13* Od Marzctli's 11« Od io .Jl» Od'JJibbeH's 10» Od io 10» Od Otherbolllers.lls ',io 12«. Verier, Barclay's, perlihd li fis U to l"i 10* FUioltand Walney's per hhdlG 0» Od <o ¿7 0» Other brands (! 10* Ód to 7 0»,0d Trucman's X 'per hhd IG 5s Od lo Iß 5* Od Trueman'* XX per 'hhd Id 10» Od lo lu IBs ed Taylors' stout per hhd ?17 0» Od to 7 lOr Od Bgass's quarts per dos 12» Gd io -V.is Od Whitbread'i stout per do: 12» Od lo 12* Od ,Marzelli'sporkr per dos 12» Od to 12» Bryant and JJavis's per dos 11* Od ¿o 11» Od Other boîtiers per'dos li1*...

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THE ALLEGED POISONING AT GLASGOW [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

THE ALLEGED POISONING AT GLASGOW The following are some additional details of this extraordinary affair, furnished by the Dundee Advertiser : It may be stated that evidence of great im- portance for the defence of Miss Smith, the young lady now in custody, has been obtained in Dundee ; and as the charge against her has altractcd so much attention, and the facts in favorof her innocence are not generally known, it is only proper that we should mention that M. l'Angellier resided ia Dundee for nine mouths in 1852, and was consequently well known to many parties in the town, with whom he wus on terms of intimacy, and who heard with regret of his sudden and untimely end.* According to the statement ofthose who were acquainted with him hero he was bora and bred in Jersey, and was therefore not at Frenchman, as has been stated ; but he was of French extraction, his father having fled from Franco nt the period of the first French revolution, and settled in Jersey,as a nursery« man. His fat...

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IMPROVEMENT IN STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

IMPROVEMENT IN STEAMERS. There are in every year, says the New York Tribune, more minders detected than are recorded in the police intelligence, and many manslaughters which are not called by the right name. There it> a method of massacre peculiar to the present which sends scores of our fellow creatures, unkennelled and uncofiined, to the maw of the uns.it table sea, or which heaps upon the railways a wiithhsg mass of expiring wretches. When one of these frightful events has occuri ed, we are accustomed to speak of it as a " terrible accident," as " a dispensation of Providence," as a .' mysterious calamity"-as if it had not been purely the result of recklessness, of negligence, und of want of that " extraordinary care" which the law demands for boxes and bales, if not for human beings. How long we shall con- tinue to cheat ourselves into this cnnplacency we cannot say ; but we think that public good sense and the steady advance of science, which must naturally press its claims ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

DEATHS. On the 28th instant, at the residence of her Father, MR. H. GERRAND, New Town, JANE, aged 14 years. On Wednesday morning, 29th instant, MARY ANN, relict of the late J. T. SMALES, Esq., Solicitor, and second daughter of the late MR. JAMES ROBERTS, Pawnbroker, of this City. Her Funeral will take place from her late residence in Patrick- street, opposite Trinity School, to-morrow, at half-past 2 o'clock, when friends will respect- fully receive this as an invitation to attend.

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THE MERCURY Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 31st. 1857. WHAT OF FINGAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

THE MERCURY îiJuùliflft.e'o iHaittng, íiileímcsBRíJ # Jciöaa FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 31st. 1837. WHAT OP FINGAL? Week after week are our perplexities increased by the tantalizing reports which reach us from the Police Magistrate at Fingal. Daring the last week, we are told, that only 12 men have been at work, and that only for a portion of the time, and they h ive obtained three ounces of gold between them. Now, this is not an unusual thing, hut a fair average of the weekly results which have boen forwarded from Fingal for a very long time.' If we apply the same principle here that has generally been considered a correct one with referenced the Gold Fields in Victoria, viz.-that the larger tho number of diggers, the larger will bo the amount of gold obtained, what would be the result? These men, in consequence of the overflowing of the water, have only worked three or four days-but call it a week ; a,ud, thoy have netted 3 ouncss of gold. Had there been 5000 men at work, and the sati3 ...

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TO-DAY'S TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

TO-DAY'S TEIAL. Ii "We have refused all along to offer a solitary k observation upon the trials now pending be- ll tween Mr Gregson and our contemporaries. fe "We have hitherto held the opinion that to \publiely argue the merits of any trial, prior to its being brought before a jury, is not only bwithout a sufficient precedent, but, that it is highly immoral and indecent. To endeavour to bias the minds of a jury by exparte state- ments-whether on the one side or the other k'^-i-appears to us to be an outiage upon all ypinciples of justice and equity. We regret, ftjertremelyjthat this more manly and dignified |f?coiir*e was not adopted by our contempora ii ries. The law will vindicate itself on all oo Jíjí'osions, if allowed to pursue its own uninter |»5 irapted course^ ; and we cannot, therefore, too Fitrongly deprecate the un-English attempt B which has just been made to warp the minds U of a jury, before the real merits ol' a case arc ' brought equitably before them. We do mot bel...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

I,OCAL NEWS. DisnuACEFCii Conduct.-During the inquest on tho body of Sarah Alice Hawkins, recently murdered by the suicide Owen Clarke, one of the witnesses adverted in strong terms to the disgraceful scene which had taken place, in the house where Clarke had stabbed tho woman and shot himself, on the day succeeding the murder (Sunday.) It appears that wretches-having the form but devoid of the sympathies of human beings-had congregated there drinking, swearing, and shouting, nay, even dancing in the blood of Clarke, flourish- ing tomahawks, and acting like maniacs th«ir disgusting heartlessness and depravitv. The Coroner stated that he was not a teeto- taller himself, although he was fully aware of the evils which aiose from drink ; attribu- ting, very justly, the hm rid revelries of these abandoned people to the maddening influence of alcohol. As the present law seemed per- fectly ineffectual to restrain these degrading propensities or to obviate the evils to which they led, he so...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 31 July 1857

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. Allowance in lien of Forage. Commissariat liol art Town, 23rd July, 1857. niHE periodical Board of Officers to determine 1 the rate of money allowance to be granted, in lieu of forage in kind, to mounted officers in this command, has fixed the some at four shillings and fire pence per djoni foi each horse, for the month ending 31st instant. _ Stem en Owen, «*~»-""Assistant Commissary-General. Commissariat, Hobart Town. 30th July 1867. BULL FOR PORT ARTHUR TENDERS, in Duplicate, will be received at tliis office until Vi o'clock on WED- NESDAY, tho 5th of August, for a BULL to nerve cows at Port Arthur. The Tenders must stat« the price if deliv- ered in Hobart Town, and if delivered in Port Arthur respectively, and the Bull must be subject to approval on delivery. Steptien Owen, Aesistant Commissary General. Board of Immigration Office. NOTICE No. 19. 30th July, 1857. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Tenders will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Hoba...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 August 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING Captain Wolfe of the Eclipse reports that the Helen S. Page, Marispoia, Glencoe and Dobsons were *Iying| at Corner Inlet on the 29th, wind bound lor Port Albert. The Abbey and Zephyr from this port, arrived at Port Phillip Heads on the 25th July, and the Heather Bell, Dart, and Scotia, on the 28th July. A barque name unknown was signalised of Fin- erty Cspe at sundown last evening. The Don Pedro, arrived at Port Phillip Heads on the 30th ult.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 August 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. July 31-Reliance, schoonei., 119, Hargrave from Melbourne, 241h init, with 2,000 feet boards Agent, P. Leigh. iuly 31-JEclipse, schooner., 190., Wolfe, from Port Albert, v th cattle and sheep. Agent W. A. Gnetdon. July 31-Macquarie, sohooner., ISO, Harrison from Port Albert, the 10th July, with cattle and sheep. Agent, Guesdon. July 31-Filends, schooner., 57, Spain, from Melbourne. 18th July, in ballast. Agents, Phillips and Beck. August 1-Jndia, bmque, 218 tons, Harries, from Port Louis, SOth June, mail 3 parcels. Agent Browne & Co. August 2-North Star, brig 122 tons, Pie, from Melbourne, passengtrs cabin : Mr. Barceley, Mr. Davis, and 1 steerage. Agent, Lipscombe. August 2-Tyne, schooner, 94 tons, Dodds,from Melbourne. Agent, Lipscomb«. ENTERED OUT. /uly 31-Prompt, barque, 798, Nicholson, for Callao. July 31-James Allen, ship, 356, Devoll, for whaling ground. Jnly 31-Pacific, ship, 385, Sherwin, for whal- ing ground. July 31-Mary Ann, schooner, J16, ...

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