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SUPREME COURT.—YESTERDAY. CIVIL SIDE. INBANCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

SUBÍAME COUR.T.-YESTfjRDAY. CIVII SIDE. IS BAX CO. This being the first sitting of tbe term their Honors tgok, tliçlr seats on the Henel) ((til o'clock a,m. IliET y. OADBIÇf. lije Attorney General mqvqd fer a rule " nisi," call- ing on plaintiff to shew came why the verdict given in this caso should not bo set aside and a new ti ¡al granted. In that trial a verdict was gi.'ún fur tho plaintilt*. Tbe grounds on wliioli lils instructions were founded were, 1st, that tho vordict was contrary to evidence, 2ndly that the damages were excessive. Rule granted. HE - TO.1IÜI OEOBOE HABÉIS. Mr. J. C. Gregson lind a short nçtira qf Wotton to lay hefbre thq Ooüit. Hr. furris was "duly oijpiitted a solicitor iji (¿his coloiiy, ijA July ¡¡1st, 18t5; n short time ago he left the colony and went to England. ?>..-_ i- l.i. j-..--..i..._. i-1..-i ;....- - -'llgrslp'p ¡eairouä previous to bli doing so, it wasiiesessary his n.une ahoald be taken off the rolls here as n solicitor. Ho (Mr. Greg- son) ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

BY MESSRS W. IVEY, & GO. EiRlit Cases Floor Cloth. Thirty Cases Cheese, Sixty Boxes Pipes, Two Cases Blacking, just landed. MESSES WILLIAM IVEY & Co. Will Sell by Public Auction, At their Mart, Elizabeth-street On TUESDAY next, nth instant, nt 11 o'clock, C1 EVEN cases FLOOR CLOTH, 260 yards each. .fj 4 dodo do, 120 do .10 do English cheese 00 boxes pipes, 10 gross each 2 cates paste blacking, 100 loves each. Terms at Sale. Hay, Hay, Hay, ON SALE by the undersigned a quantity* of Country PRESSED DAY, which will be sold cheap to close account«, LuTTRtLL & Wise Old Whatf, July 30 1837. W To Millers BLACKMORE and Co. beg to call the at i V i tcntion of Gentlemen ia the Flour trade to their PATENT BOLTING CLOTHb without seams for dressing Flour, manufactured and sold by them at Waudswoilb, Surrey. Sold also hy Bryan Corcoran, and Co., Wire Machine, and French Millstone Makers, 30, M"r)t-lane, London, The great and continued demand for these Cloths is a kufflcient...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

SYDNEY, We take the following from the Herald of the 25th ultimo. Wheat ash Flocb.-Messrs. Barker and Co. : The floor inarkf t is steady at last week's prices, £25 for Ane and £23 for second quality, per ton of 200011)3. Home wheat of good quality commands 9s. per bushel ; but only n few very small lots appeared in the market. Bran, 2-1 Gd per bushel. Tasmanian and South Aus- tralian command about Is per bushel higher. " Liquids.-Urandy continues to advance, and it is now worth from 10s 6d to 20s. Rum is firm at 5s. for IO o.p., and Gs for 80 o.p. G°neva finds a ready sale at 18? Cd to 19. In wines there aro not much doing, and pricei remain unaltered. Beer, lu bulk, and bottled ale and porter are saleable at former quo- tations. Potatoes.-Considerable quantities have arrived coastwise, and from New Yealaud, with a fair supply from Tasmania, which have rather depressed tbe market, say from £-1 to £5 per ton from the highest point, the former now ranging from £7 to £0 and £9 to £11 r...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ABELAIDE. We have intelligence from South Australia, to the 25th ult. The Register's commercial report of the 23rd con- tains the following paragraphs: ." lu the flour mallet (luring the past week a con- tinued firmness' has characterise^ operations, and large sales of both town and country brands haye peen effected but mostly for delivery in August and September. SflHip Igte brought for delivery then have been bid fora't an advance pf 5». nar top on original purcha- ses, but refused, 10s. and 20*. being asked. The quantity of flour offering is very small comparatively to what is actually ground at the mills but this is ac- counted for from the circumstance of millers having been nearly sold out for some time past. Our quota- tion» sor sales are £24 for town, and £23 for country brands. "Wheat has feilen to 9s.6d. and 9s. 9q\,qwlng to An« weather and better roads.' » The Melbourne salen of bran on Adelaide account received by the Havilah, bave paused » lull i...

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YESTERDAY. Before Messrs Tarleton and Bateman. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

YESTERDAY. Before Mes-sw Tarleton and Bateman. j Larceny.-Frederick" Brewer was fully com- mitted to take his trial for stealing trowsers, the property of Watchorn and Ferkin--. Gaol Breaking.-Thomas Jones, with seve- ral aliases, was charged with breaking from the gaol at Bothwell, and waa forwarded there, on the petition ofD. C. M'Guire.to bo dealt with for the offence. Larceny. William Windsor was charged by D. C. Dorsett with stealing 25 lbs of mutton of the value often shillings the property of Mr. W. Stevenson, butcher. Tlie man plea- ded guilty but said he was drunk. Mr. Tarle- ton said that that was no exeme. No one's property would be sale if such a plea were admitted as an extenuation. H.- was senten- ced to six months imprisonment with hard labor.» False Weights.-Mr. Frederick Needham was chargdd by D. C. Thorpe with having four false Weights in his possession. Ho plea- ded guilty, but stated that ho had only just taVen the shop, and had not time to test their correctness...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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POLICE OFFICE—FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

POLICE OFFICE-FßlDAY. Before F. Burgess, Esq. JíTight Charges.-Tlirco drunkards were fined twenty shillings each ; and one distur- ber of the peace fivo shillings. One maa for being out after hçurs waa sentenced to one months imprisonment. Before Messrs BurgeJS.Giblin, and Dr Story. Larceny.-John Kiley pleaded gailty to stealing one cloth coat of the value of £2 10b and was sentenced to six mouths imprison- ment with hard labor. Idle and disorderly.-Matthew Britton was charged with being on the premises of Mr. C. J. Todd of Ottoway's Hotel fo . au unlaw lul purpose. The nrna pleaded not guilty. He Btuted that he had that day shipped for America, and that he had never been near Mr. Todd's house, ile had been in Mr. Todd's service and might hare robbed him then had he wished to do so. He had recei- ved an advance of £8 from the American whaler only the day previous. The Bench considered him to be guilty and sentenced him to seven da} s imprisonment with hard labor. Absconding.-James T...

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DOUGLAS RIVER COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

DOUGLAS UIVER COAL. We have been requested to give publicity to the following certificates reterring to the adaptability of the Douglas River Coal for steam and furnace purposes, and do so with great pleasure : Douglas Mirer Coal Wari», Sib,- May 23rd, 1856. 1 nAVB much pleasure in giving my testimony to the suitableness of the Douglas Uiver Coal for steam purposes, I certify that ever since we started the en- gine we have kept steam up to 351bs with nothing else but the slack or refuse from tho coal, and we generally consume from 32 cwt. to 2 tons in 10 hours, and we find tlmt it never clinkera.nnd when fresh cool is added it rises to n bright flame. I am your most obedient servant, Al.EX.mDEB D.uarxo, Engineer. Repobt received from J. A. Bruce Esq. I îijlye great pleasure in being able to report that 1 consider this sample to be very well adapted for «melting purposes, as it is a heavy coal, containing a larger amount of carbon than is usual in colonial samples, and less sulpbcr. ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identify our opinions with those of our correspondents To the Editor of the Hobarton Mercury. LAUNCESTON WATER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Wa do not tttentliy our opinions with lliojo ot oar correspondants To the Editor of the Ilobnrton Mercury. lAWOESTOX WATEft WOBKS. Sir,-My attention has just been directed to a letter from the Mayor 0f L/iuncoston, which appeared in your columns on the 2-itii instant, regarding tl)0 wafer works at Launceston, and referring to some remiirks made by me on the subject at the Mechanics' Institute in Hobart Town. Ï he whole tenor of the letter convincas me that the spirit of my remark «as not misundeistood. It was merely an expression of regret tint so essential a pro- vision for the health and convenience of the town us a cheap mid abundant supply of pure water lind been so long deferred, and n reflection upon the circumstance, « hieb, I need not attempt to conceal, was to me a bitter disappointment-the abandonment of my works on the very verge of their completion. A professional officer would be but a cold and heartless implement in the hands of the Government,...

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OATLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

OATLANDS. Prksextatiox.-On Thursday last a circumstance unfortunately but too uncommon in this colony took place at Oatlands, in the presentation of an address with n beautiful gold watch and a purse containing 40 sovereigns to the Rev. M, Koonin, of St. Paul's Church, Oatlands, by his parishioner*. It must indeed ba very gratifying to the friend') of the Raman Catho- lic Church in this colony to find that tho self-denying labours of one of its most zealous priests should have met such hearty and spontaneous appreciation by their co-religionists in the district of Oatlands. For nearly eight years they have been struggling under his guid- ance to establish » footiijg for their Church in Oat lauds, and although thero has not been one penny given in aid by the Government, tlioy have succeeded not only in building ti handsome church, an ornament to the ton nship, but have also built a presbytery, and have changed a locality which till lately was an un. siglitly barren work, into a teemi...

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THE MERCURY Published Monday, Wednesdy & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5TH 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

THE MERCURY IßuuUsbto fHcmtwa, ïUtTmonrap- it JFrioao WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5in 1857. [On the suggestion, and, at the desire of sev- eral gentleman ioho are deeply interested in the teelfare of fife Colony, and who deem the following remarks of some importance, we have determined to allow them to stand for a few publications, in order that they may attract that attention to which the nature of the sub ieet entitles th.ein.'} WHAT OF FISCAL? Week after week aro our perplexities increased by the tantalizing reports which reach us from the Pclice Magistrate at Fingal. Buring the last week, wq are told, that only 12 men have been at work, and that only for a portion ot the time, and ttyey haye obtained three ounces of gold between them- Ifow, this is not an unusual thing, but a fair average of the weekly results which hare been forwarded from Fingal fop a yery lqng ijlpje. Jf we qpply \he same principle here that has generally been considered, a. correct one wi$U reference {q the Go...

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THE TOPIC OF THE DAY. [No. 3.] THE LAND QUESTION. "Praise to the sturdy spade And patient plough, and shepherd's gentle crook."— BARD OF RYDAL MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

THE TOPIC OF THE DAY. [No. 3.] THE LAND QUESTION. "Praise to the sturdy spade And patient plough, and shepherd's gentle crook." 1ÍAED OF ItVDAL ii OUST. Murr are the believers in the doctrine that nothing eau save the country but a properly devised Land Scheme ; how truly important then that a measure fraught with such ex. pected consequences should claim the calm consideration of every thinking mind. If a scheme were about to be introduced by way of experiment,' it would not be so essen tia! to bring forward an entire plan ; but as the time for temporizing is past, whatever description of a Land measure is introduced and adopted, should be a law of such perma- nency, that no changes should be made with out an appeal to the country. It might be asked by some why this ex- treme particularity with regard to one ques tion ? What are the peculiar circumstances which render the Land regulations of such, great moment ? It will suffice to repeat the oft quoted opinion of many valuable frie...

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BOTHWELL.—THE WASTE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

BOTHWELL.-The Waste Laxos. A public meoting was held at Bothwell last j Satui day for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the subject of the Waste Lands The meeting was adjourned, and has been con- vened by tho police magistrate for Saturday next, Mr, Hull's adyer^iseraent will bo found in our advertising columns. The members of the district in the Legislative Council and House of Assembly are, we believe, to be pre- sent at the meeting, which, from what we hear, is likely to he a.n influentiftl ona. We trust pur Bothwell friends will remember that whatever they do should be! done in a "prac- tical '' manner. We have offered pflo W t\vo suggestion« upon this subject in our leading columns, to which suggestions we would ¡n t viie their attention,, 1 \

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

LOCAL NEWS. BRAND'S BOMB LANCE.—We have fre- quently heard of an American invention adapted to whaling purposes, in the shape of an explosive missile, used for killing or disabling whales, when from the roughness of the weather or the activity of the fish, it has been difficult for a crew to approach sufficiently near to use the common hand lance. A vast deal of time and labour is saved by the use of Brand's bomb lance, which may be fired from a considerable distance, say 200 to 300 yards, and though a vital part may not be struck, the effect of the explosion is of so paralysing a nature upon the "monster of the deep," that his   capture becomes one of comparative ease and safety. The gun used upon such occasions is very similar to a blunderbuss in appearance. The bomb lance is of the finest steel, about 16 inches long, with triangular point, and is charged with a very explosive composition known only to the inventor—the extremity is fitted with gutta percha guides to d...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

HOBART TOWN PItlCE 'CÜTillENT t . . I Corrected «j> to five o'clock on Saturday Eceiiing last ALE l¡ BEER-fwhohaleJ Ale, Bass's Ko 2 perdozO I3s Od Worthington and Robinson'» Ko 3 per Mid 19 Os Cd Alsopp'sNo 3, per Mid li» Oí Od Ditto pale Hast India per Mid 19 St Od to IO 10s (Id 0/7«?;- brands per Mid Jil 10» Od lo lil Alsopp's per dozen Us Gd io II* Gd Bgass's Ms Gd I» Ils Gd Duckworth's Ils Gd lo Ils Sd Bryant and Davis's lis Od io lis Od Mar:cUi'slls Öd to Us Od Hibbei-l's 10s Od to 10s Od Otherbolllers.lls io 12s. Vorler, Barclay's, per Mid 77 ¡is 0 to 77 10« Elliott and Walney's per Mid IO Os Od io 77 Os Oilier brands G 10s Od to 7 Os Od Truema n's X per Mid IO Ss Od io IO ús Od Trtteman's XX per IM IO 10s Od to IO 15* Od Taylors' stout per Mid 17 Os Od /o 7 10s Od Ryans's quarts per dos 12s Gd io 13s Od Whitbread'!! stout per dos 12s Od lo 12s Od Marzelli's porter per dos 12s Od lo 12s Bryant and Davis'» per do: Ile Odto Us Od Other bottiers per dos lus Od io Us "¡d ' B U...

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PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

PANAMA. The Ballway across the Isthmus of Panama, which a year or two since was pronounced impracticable, is already in a state approaching completion. A Swiss engineer, who is employed on the lino, writes :_" This railway is the most adventurous work ever undertaken. We proceeded, with the compos» itrnight from oneoceaii to the other -, swamps Uko *Jho I'ontus were dried up, torrents cut off, rivow pa<fod, mountains traversed-np and down with tho undulations of a serpent, but always nhcad 5 until on 0110 fine morning tho locomo- tive-was whistling where boforo but the howling of jaguar and baboon had been heard. Now, in a few short hours, a journey is accomplished which hitherto could only be performed with much expense and dan- ger. Hut what a railroad 1 I wonder how stokers and Uremcn can b* found to expo3o their existence to such n constant venture. I feel frightened in contempla trug tlieso bridges, spun like cobwebs from one preci« pice to another, and resting on mo...

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S UTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

S UTH AUSTRALIA We have Adolnide papers to the 25th ult. After a short recess the Parliament re-as- sembled on the 20th. The two houses were at a dead lock, on the question of the right of the Legislative Council to deal with money bills. On the 21st the following resolution was moved and passed in the Legislative Assembly by the Colonial Seoretary : - "That the amendments proposed in the Tonnngo Piities Repeal Bill by the Legisla- tive Council be not agreed to by this House, and thut the bill lemain on the table pending the further pleasure of the House, with note thereon of this decision, to be made and signed by the clerk. That by the Constitu- tion Act the sole power to originate any bill for nppropiating any part of the revenue, or for imposing, altering, or repealing any rate, duty, or impost, is vested in the House of Assembly. That the right so conferred af originating all bills for these purposes neces- sarily iucludes the solo n'gl\t to direot, limit, and appoint in such b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY/. Commissariat, Hobart Town. 30th July 1867. BULL I'OU PORT ARTHUR TENDERS, in Duplicate, will bo received ik at this office until 12 o'clock on WED -NESDAY, the 5th of August, for a BULL at Port Arthur. Tbe Tenders must state the price if deliv- ered in Hobart Town, and if delivered in Port Arthur respectively, and the Bull must be i^aubjeet to approval on delivery. u STF.rliEîî Owen, Aesistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Hobart Town. Ht August 1857. SUPPLIES. TENDERS, in duplicate, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 19th instant, for the following Scivices, in such ¿^quantities as may bo required for the periods undermentioned. From the 1st September, 1857, to the 31st March, 18 5 8. IIODAIIT TOWN. ^ For Military and Naval j Services only in Hobart j Town and its vicinity, which is to include any Fine bread at per lb. X"SnnC0 ,with& ... th,rce 1 'miles of Wellington Bridge ; one contractor i being required to sup...

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SORELL AND FORCETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

SORELL AND FORCETT. A gentleman connected with our establish- ment has just returned from a tour through these districts, and has very much gratified us by the accounts he has furnished of the energy displayed by its resident farmers. Already, he states, is the plough busily at work break- ing up the soil wherever it is practicable, whilst a great portion of the land is ready for the seed. The splendid season is much in their favour, the early crops are looking well, and the farmers seem bent upon making Tas- mania (so far as human energy can do so) a large exporter of grain. This is as it should be. Let each district emulate its neighbour in this laudable pursuit, and we shall not be long excluded from that prosperity which al- ways attends the cultivation of the soil. We most heartily trust that a rich harvest will reward their labours. On Saturday last Major Cotton inspected the school at Sorell, conducted by Mr. Peacock, and expressed his satisfaction at the progress made by the...

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LICENSING MEETING.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

LICENSING MEETING.-MONDAY. Before Joseph Hone Esquire, Chainnau, and Messrs. Baruard.Milligan, Power,Tarletou, and Bateman. Tbe usual quarterly meeting of tho Justices of tho Pence waa held iu the Supremo Court this day at 11 o'clock, to hear applications for the transfer of licenses. The following applications for trausfers were granted. The Garrick's Head-from Robert Ridge to John Asbury. Travellers Rest-from William Mason to Thos. Blythe. Golden Gate-from Richard Wbitbread to George Burt. Park Hotel-from Samuel Parsons to John Derrick. Lamb Tun-from H. F, Luckmau to William Emery. Royal Oak-from Charles Miller to Joseph Fisher. Mr. Barnard objected to this transfer in consequonco of matters which bud come under his notice, and which very much affected Mr. Fisher's character. Mr. Macdowell wished to know the speci- fic objection. Air. Barnard stated that he alluded to tho fact of Mr. Fisher's having been convicted of stealing a cow tlie property of A. B. Joues. Mr. Macdowell state...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 5 August 1857

XAIIAnX & WEBSIJEB, LATE C. T. S M I T H. WOOL STAPLERS <$ COMMISSION AGENZ S Old Wharf Hobart Town. Plain and Ornamental Fainting. BOWRING Plain and Ornamental Point«, ' Paper-hanger, Glazier &c. Waterloo, Point, Swanport. Pastry Cook and Confectioner« WILLIAM COSTAIN Pastry Cook and Confect|qner &p. Ne-»t to Jheys Auctioi Mart Chrahcth Street Hobart Town H. FLEMING. F-Mise, Ship, Ornamental Fainter Fluinber, Glazier, & Paper Banger, Thanet Cottage, 116, Murray-st, near Bathurst-st., DAMP WALLS rendered perfectly waterproof by Calamime Cement. ' Orders executed with neatness and despatch, "r Kent Flour BEffl, Macquarie-street, THE charge for grinding and dressing wheal j^ incluaing cat tige to and from, will he One Shilling per bushel from 1st Janunrv, 185G. Mrs Ses, Tasmanian General Eegistry Office 77, Liverpool-street, 77. FOR GOVERNESSESS, TUTORS, &c, &c Eveiy description of domestic servants To Letter Press Printers. I...

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