Elephind.com contains 3,196 items from Hobart Town Mercury, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
SONORA [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
SOÎfOBA Via San FranéÍ3co wo hare tiewj of the (in« ". nihilation of the ill-fate 1 Soiuira expedition-1' ists. It lias been the all. nbsoib nj theme of cûuveisalioii throughout the .Stat-. (, The in--j loi in.1 til)ii" seems to bVdirecf and e'ïfiiicif.airJ''' giilhetod ns it is fiom vaiiuus s urjcs, and til .igiCLMtig in csscnti.i/ details, h'avcsi lill le room to ilnnbt that it is reliable. 'Ih entire party, dm ci ting of ei jlny four men, inc tiding Hen y A. Crabb, their commander, hive'béoii mis sucied. On the fi si of Aprl the party en- tered tim towh Cn oran, fitiiatcd on the Gulf of Onlifi,initi, a'id.i nmcdiailyoui o utter- ed the Mexcari-, iinlerRidcriguos, who,with ?lèverai of his sold iori, lo.t their lives. The fillihttstersnexttoiik pi sso,si.ínof severalho-uses on the plu/.a, but shortly therèaTlcr were hem- med in by the foe. 11 t'iis position a sort of guerilla warfare was su.-t-iincd for eight days, with a loss to the Atnei¡cans'of 25, andtothe Mexicans of 200 men. ...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
LOOÁL NJiWS, THEÁTÍUCAL CHIT CHAT.-By the jour- nals we perceive that the English Operatic Company has arrived at Launceston from Melbourne. We do not knoiv whathflr or not the Company will be disposed to run the ritk of payüna Hobart 'town a visit; although it will afford us1 great pleasure to giyo )|» members a welcome. Hy the tauie joufnsl v>e lemu thatifr. und Mrs. Cameron-long established favorite» here-ware to take a benefitat Launceston last Kridày.priorto their* advent here. On their return te ¿mneeitoiL it I« stated, that these talented artistes will bid «dien » the «tige, -iuojî ÀSE.-Mr. Spooner, brewer ai the Franklin, has forwurded to the Hon. iliclurd Cleburne a banol of nie, brewed fiom colonial produce. Tho barley from which the malt .1 is made was grown on land in tile Huon district. The hops on the estate of W. S. Sharland E»q at New Norfolk. Having had an opportunity of tisting the nie, i G is equally due to Mr. Spooner the brewer, as to tho Hon. Member for the ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
rUJiJilSHJáb 23Y AUTHORITY. Fine bread at per lb. Corninissaiiat, Hobart Town. W 1st August 1857. SUPPLIES. TENDERS, in duplicate, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the lOlh'inttnht, for the following Services, in such quantities un may be required for the periods undermentioned. Froin'the-lsl èeptember, 1857, to the 31st Mardi, 18 5 8. __ -._- _ HOBART TOWN. "\ For Military and Naval Services only in Hoburt Town and its vicinity, which is to include any ^distance within three miles of Wellington Bridge ; one contractor being inquired to supply the w hole of any one article J throughout the station. L,ifj ' " ' "^ For Convict Service only | in Hobart Town and its I vicinity, which is to J include any distance wilh Fine breed at per lb, yin three miles of Wellington J Bridge ; one contractor being îequired to supply the whole of any one article throughout the station. FORAGE for two^i or three Horses at the Female House of Correction consisting | The pric...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
STEAM TO SYDNEY. CALLING AT TWOFOLD BAY. THE T. S. N. d's STEAMSHIP TASMANIA Will leave for SYDNEY calling at TWO. FOLD BAY, on on or about SATURDAY, the 22nd instant. Freight for shipment must be along- side thoSteimer, entries passed at the Custom House, and bills of lading sent to the office, on the afternoon previous to the day of starting As the greater part of lier cargo is already engaged early application is necessary. CHAS. TOBV Manager, T.SN. Co. Franklin Wharf, AnguU 8th 1857. STEAM TO MELBOURNE^ The T. S. N. Go's Steam-ship "CITY OF HOBART," will leave for MELBOURNE on THUES DAY, the 13th August at Noon. Freight for shipment must be along- side the Steamer, entries passed at the Custom House, and bills of lading sent to the Office on the afternoon previous to the day of starting. At . great portion of her cargo ia engaged, early application to «cure freight is requested. CHAKLES TOBT, Manager, T. S. N. Franklin Wharf. 7th August. Hobart Town Mechanics' Institute. 4LECTUR...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
WMMERCÍAL INTELLIGENCE HOBART TO'WN'PEIGB CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last ALE.4E ^EER-fwholsaïeJ Ale, Bass's,No 2 per Soi 0 13» da' Worthington and Robinson's-No 3 per Mid J9 0* Od Alsqpp's No 3, per hhd 19 0* Od Ditto pale East India, per hhd »9 Bl Od to (0 10» Ud "Other brands.p'er hhd l8 10»*0d to VI Alsopp'sper dozen 11» 6d lo II» tid Byass's 1J* 6d to 11» 6d i;.Z>He*i*>rto** 11» 6d &lt;o 11* iii . Bryant and Davit's 12» lid to IS» Od Mariettas lit Od /o 11» Od Mblert's 10» Otu io 10» Od Oilierbottlers.lis to' 12f. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd V¡ is O íó Í7 iOe\EHiottand>Wqinsy'sperhhdlÜ O* Od.ío^lO» Orter orandt.O, 10» Od íq 7 Oí Od ?$.««;?« p'* A' per Md IO S» Odfo/6 ii Od iJViiewidii'* XX per hhd lb 10» Od lo lu 15* I'd Taylors' stout per hhd ¡7 0».fJd io 7 10» Od Byass's quarts per doz 12* fid4 /o 13». Od Whitbread'» stout'per doz Us Od to 12*i Od Marzelli's porter per doz Its Od to 12» Bryant and Davit's perAoi 11* Od to 11»,0&am...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING At sun down last evening, a ship and barque wer» signalized off Adventure Bay, tbie« schooners oat ot (&lt; sight, under the land, also off Adventure Bays au» f, sthoQiier off South Arm, ,. The City of Hobart arrived st the wharf on FrW at 11 o'cloch s,m.,h»vingleft WilUamstowa at W&lt; Fg», iilMt WtKlueid»/. Bylw,C»ft.Nirtol*^ .w»*' i . ,. .)/. . -- ~ Crew of the Government Schooner Beacon, which ves« rel we announced had been totally wrecked on Swan &nbsp; THE Gale on THE NEW ZEALAND COAST.-The fol Island, have arrived here. lowing extract from the New Zealander will show the very heavy weather experienced by the Gertude on leaving the port of Auckland:-"Our smart little &nbsp; friend, the Gertrude, Captain Dunning, has made another most excellent though tempestuous passage of nine days from Sydney, whence she took her departure on Tuesday, the 16th, at 1 a.m., with a stiff breeze from the westward. Towards daylight the wind s...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 10 August 1857
' LATEST FROM . SYDNEY.' ' ' By'thê City o'f&lt; Hobart 'wè h'àve jal week's later news from Sydney. «The coast" anti the' bayjqfPorJt''Jack8ortihave been visited'by a) south-easterly galo of terriffio violence.', Ships v have' been' wrecked iii the almost landlocked, "! harbor. The City of Sydney was' únáblei'tdíí get out to sea for three days. We give .the sum of the lateBt commercial reports from the ¿ Sydney Morning Herald. Flour.-The maiket continues firm. Fine flour is quoted £25 per ton and seconds £23 per ton. Liquids.-Spirits aro not quito so much in demand. By tile late nrrh als we have liad some large, additions to our stocks,'and their is rather a disposition'io'sell ut present pi ices. Brandy is worth ii oin 18s. Gd to 19s (id.1 'Bum 30 o.p , 5s 9d to Gi. ' Geneva 18s Gd td 19s. Wines aro steidy at quotations, and good port'., and sheiries command lull rates. Beer in balk, and bottled alo and porter remain unaltered. &lt; i ! " Cigai s.-Some large orders...
AN AMERICAN VIEW OF LORD PALMERSTON. From the New York Courier and Enquirer. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
AIT AMERICAN VIEW Ou" LORD PALMERSTON. J From the New York Courier and Enquirer, Will Palmerston beat ? One cannot help taking a deep interest in the contort, even without reference to the political questions it decides. The prompt, uncon- querable spirit with which the Premier, wheu prostra- ted by the overwhelming combination of his antago- nists in the House of Commons, went forth to the country to give them battle there, and tho fact that he is combating, almost single-handed, a corps of tho very strongest men in all England, who have no common agreement in anything else, yet vin with each other in the determination to disable him, naturally excite a lively inturest in his favour. No public man in Eng- land, not oven, William Pitt, ever had to struggle against snch tremendous odds. Tho Tory champions, the Conservative champions, the Whig champions, and the Radical champions, Lord Derby und Disraeli, Gladstone and Graham, Lord John Russell and' Grey, Cobden and Roebuck, are all n...
POLICE OFFICE—MONDAY. Beforo William Carter Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
POLICE OFFICE-MONDAY. Beforo William Carter Esq. NIGHT CHAIÍOES.-There was a very large propor- tion of tho fair sei awaiting a word or two with Mr. Tarleton this morning-the numbers being ten females to two males. They were disappointed, however, Mr. Tarlctou's duties having called him into the interior. Mr. Cnrtpr took his scat on the Bench nt a quarter past 10 o'clock. The females were fined £1 or 21 hours imprisonment each. Sir Moore was charged with endeavouring to rescue a female when in charge of a constable. He was defended by Mr. Brewer. Tho Bench found bim guilty, and sentenced bim to pay a fine of ten shillings and costs. YESTEKD VY. Before Messrs. Tarleton ml Bateman. NieiiT CUUIGKS.-Four drunkards wore fined £1 each ; or, in default of payment, seven days imprison- ment. One female with an infaut in her arms pleaded guilty to being overcome with drink. It was her second offence. Sho stated thut she had only just ar- rived by the conch having been confined only a fortnig...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-MONDAY. His Worship the Major, took the chair at four o'clock. There were present :-Aldermen, Sims, Meikle Seabrook, Propsting, and Rheuben. Tho minutes of the last nioeting were read and con- firmed. CHANGES OF OCCDTASCr. Tho City Collector read over the list of changes of occupation, and the necessary alterations were ordered to be made in the Assessment Boll. COUItESrO.VDENCF. A letter was read from the Secretary of the I.O.O.F1 requesting tho use of tho three reserved arches of the New Market to bold their anniversary dinner on 10th September. Some discussion ensued, when the request was acceded to on the usual conditions being complied with. PKTITIOKS.* His Worship présentai « petition fro n certain par tics, relative to repairing the roads in cert lin portions of Liverpool-street, which was referred to the Public Works Committee. *" Aldermnn Sims presented a petition respecting bridges over the Hobart To,vu Creek, which was re- ferred to Finance Committee. C...
SUPREME COURT[?]—TUESDAY. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
SUPREME COURT,-TUESDAY. srmxos IK UANCO. Before His Honor Sir Valentine Fleming, lÇnt., Chief Justice j and Mr. Justice Horne. Tho various cases in which the Attorney General was retained, wore ordored to stand over till Frida}' next, on the application of the Crjwn F-'olicitor, who stated that Mr. Smith was too indisposed to leave his residence. Mr. Gregson, and Mr. Macdowell, would offer no objection, and, under the circum- stances, the Court enlarged tho time,vvith the understanding that should Mr. Smith be un- able 11 attend oq that day the timo would be still further enlarged, JSrparte WILMOT re MILLEU. Mr. Brewer addressed the Bench, stating that he had been instructed by Charles Octa vius Eardley Wilmot, Esq., Magistrate of Richmond and Sorell, to move the Court for a rule ititi directed to Mr. Maxwell Miller, calling upon him to sh.eiy ca.qs.e why a criminal information, should not be filed against him for a libel. He did so on the affidavits of Mr. Wilmot, Mr. Jon. Walton, ...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
LATEST DATES. England ... . May 16 San Francisco ... . Mav 22 New York . May ß Cape of Good Hope . June 1 Mauritius . Jane 10 Singapore . June 2 Ceylon. .. ... Juno 15 China . . May 15 Calcutta ... , . Juno S Bombay . May 27 Valparaiso . Mar.15 Australian Colonie s. VÏ7. : Victoria. . Ang. 0. Sydney. . Aug. 1 Adelaide . Aug. 1 New Zealand ... . July 11
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
THEATKE KOYAL. WE aro happy to announce the arrival of those celebrated performers Mr. and Mrs Cameron, whom the old Colonists will well remember as having been the Theatrical Pioneers of Tasmania, some 25 years ago at the Freemasons Tavern in Harrington-street. They were great favourites, and, deservedly so. It is their intention, as will be seen by advertisement, to give ona porfomanco on Tuesday evening nest, previous to their de pirture for Europe, as a farewell to thuir old Tasmania Patrons. The Messrs. Lewis and Sons hare, with great ltindness,and liberality, placed the Theatre at their disposal for that evening, when we hope to see that tho old hands have not forgotten those, who, in the early days of the Colony, and under great difficulties succeeded in establishing them- selves as general favourites, not only a3 per- formers, but as members of the community. We feel however that it is almost out of place to make an appeal on their behalf. Their own well known merit, and " A...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
THEA/ritE noiAi. OPEN FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! TO EÎUB1B Mrs. and Mr. CAMERON To talc a FAUEWELT, of the LVIIABITAXH of HOBABT Tovvx, Before whom they mado their first appearance as PIONEERS TO THEATRICALS, IN THIS OOLONV, AT THE FREEMASONS TAVERN, 25 YEARS SINCE. The performance will take place on TUESDAY Evening next, and will commence with Row e's Tragedy of .TAXI; s HO II 12 : Lonn HASTINGS . Mn. S. CAMBHOX JAXE SnoBB ... Mns. CAMEIIOX ALICIA . MÜS. HABWABO IUÜ FABTICULABB WILT, BB DULY AJFIIOUXOBD.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
LOCAL NEW8. THE MAÖISTEACI-,-The Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to insert in the Commissiui of tho Peace the names of the under-mentioned gentlemen :-John Donncllan Balfe, Esquire ; William Campbell, Esquire, Doctor of Medicine; Alexander l'inlay, Esquire; The Honour- able William Henty, Eiquire; Joseph Kirby, Esquire; David Ritchie, Esquire ; Macdonald Kinnear Swanston, Esquire. NEW AI'POINTXIEKTS.-The Governor, with the advice of tha Executive CounciUusbeen pleased to appoint Edward Shaw, Esquire, to be Visiting Ma- gistrate, Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions, and Deputy Commissioner of tho Court of Bequests for the District of Glamorgan ; and Henry James Vicary, Esquire, to be Visiting Magistrate, Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions, and Deputy Commissioner of the Court of Kequests for the District of Spring Bay, Mr E, Hedditch to be Postmaster at 1'ort Cygnet in the room of Mr. J. It. Pitch, who has resigned. Mr. H. IS, Hurburgh to bo Assi...
THE MERCURY Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12TH 1857. NO. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
THE MERCURY i9itülís[jrtj iïloiiîraî, QStfaneraa? * jfrtoaa WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12TU 1857. NO. 1 WE promised in our last issue, that wo would read the Pawnbrokers Act, as it exists in this Colony ; and make various enquiries into its operation ; and, we have done so. For some time past we hare held the opiuion that some- thing radically wrong existed either in the Act itself, or in the las mode of carrying its provisions into effect. Other matters, we now regret to say, obtruded thsmselves upon our attention ; and, we were induced to defer the consideration of the subject. The letter of our correspondent W.G-. has, however, brought the matter prominently before us again : and, we have,according to our promise, instituted a searching enquiry into the trade as it is now "legally" carried on in Tasmania. To express our feelings, as revelation after re- velation started up before us, would bo impos- sible. Indignation, shame, and humiliation followed each other in rapid succession...
HOBART TOWN GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
HOBAßT TOWN GAS COMPANY. THE half-yearly general Mesting of the Share- holders of the nbove Company was held yes» térday afternoon at the Company's Oliice, Liverpool-street, to receive the report of the directors, to confirm the election of directors in the place of A. Nicholas, and W. Carter Esqg, resigned, and for other general purposes of the Company. On th« motion of Mr. Giblin Mr. Hopkins took the chair, The chairman said they had met for the first lime since the town had been lighted with gas. He would not detain them any longer but would at once call upon the Secre- tary to read the report. The Secretary then read the report which stated that the former anticipations of the directors had boen fully realized. On the 9^h of Mandi,,the oifcy was lighted for tho first .in e with gas, commencing with 53 customer*, and on the 10th of the same month, 110 street lamps in various parts of the Town were lighted. The number of customers consum- ing gas on May 1st was 153, on June 1st '¿...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
Furnished Apartment? OF the best description with 01 without boaid at Mis. Wilb«ms,103 Collins-sticctnear Hartington street. Terms very moderate. Sale of Crown Landa.-Launceston. THE severn! Lois of Land hereinafter described vi ii I be put up foi Sale by Public Auct on, at 12 o'clock on Friday the 21st day of Angibt, 1837, nt the Court House, Launceston, in the said Colony, subject to (he valions provisions anil regu- lations of the Slh and 6th Victo) ia, cap. 30. TOWN LOTS. TOWNSHIP OF AVOCA. Section Dd lot 1, la 3r24 p ; upsit price /I4 10- ; lot 2, la 8r 30p ; upset price, 111 10s ; lot 3, la 3r 32p ; Upset pilco, III lus; lot 4, 2a Ir 13p ; upset prico/I8 10i; lot 5, 2a 3r 3p ; upset price, 112 ; lot G, 2a 2r 2p ; upset piice/20 ; lot 7 ; 2a lr 8p ¡ upset piice li8 ; lot 8, 2u Or 16p ; ttpsct price, li G 5s. TOWNSHIP OF ALMA. Section Q. lot 1, In ; upset price, li ; lot 2, la ; | upset piice li ; lot 3, la ; upkct price li ; lot 4, la; upset pi ice, li ; lot ii, lu j upset pric...
COUNTRY DISTRICTS. LATEST FROM FINGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
COUNTRY DISTRICTS. LATEST FROM FINGAL. During tito patt week there have been 13 men en- gaged on the diggings at Fingal. They have realised 4 ounces 6dwts of gold. The Police "Magistrate re- marks :-There is still a complaint of an excess of water, but the quantity of gold found is, notwithstanding, in- creasing, ïho working parties are in good spirits, and apparently not dissatisfied, looking forward to an in- creased return, on the ground becoming in a more favour ible state for their work. One mun hm procee- ded to the Black Boy, where he was at work last year, and whero he now reports to have found a much larger quantity of gold than ho returned. Tho avowal was rather accidentally than intentionally made, and re- ceived some confirmation by his now returning to that locality,nnd may be accepted as a proof of that to which 1 have more than once hail occasion to allude-viz. the reluctance of several of the parties to avow tho eiact quantity of gold they find.
CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 12 August 1857
CUSTOMS EETUilNS. The Government Gazette con'ains the Ite turus of Imports and Exports from the Ports of Hobart Town and Launceston during the Month of June. They are as follow : Hobart Town. launceston Imports.£81500 .£22,213 Exports.£87117.£tl728. The lmports,ou this pide of tlie Is!and,h ive exceeded in value those of Launceston £G2,2(J3: and the Exports £-42,389.