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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess, and Th omas Giblin, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 2 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess, and Thomas Giblin, Esqrs.   Disturbing the Peace.—Susan Cassidy—an Emerald of the first water—was charged with dis- turbing the peace by cursing and swearing on the Police Office steps on Thursday between the hours of one and two. Susan most stoutly denied the charge—" Oh ! sich a thing !" Sacrit murther was nothing to it ! Sure I come for a summons—ax Constable Vickers—for God's sake bring him for'ard !" Vickers did not witness any disturbance ; and, as there was, also, a sad discrepancy between the oath of the Constable and the charge sheet as to time, the Magistrate discharged thee woman. Mary Clarke, William Hamilton, and Alexander Oneil were fined 5s. for the same offence , and an old offender named Elizabeth Bruce was sent into solitude for seven days Drunkards.-Robert Wallace was fined One pound for being drunk, uno pound for assaulting the Constable, and ten shillings for damage done to his Serge. The mau was a sea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 2 February 1857

Tamnanlan Eteam Navigation Com- pany. "VrOTICE is Hereby O vin thnt a H*-LF J\ YEARLY UENEIIAL MEEI INO of the »Welioldcr* of the Tiism .lunn St-am Navigation Corop.ny »ill bo held THIS-DAY, tin 2nd ol Febril iry inn nt two o'clock in the aficriition, at, the Office of the Compsnv, Franklin Whaif Hobart Town, for the pir oo of receding the 11 all-v early Statement and Balance bheet hhoning the »ff iir« 'ol' ihe Company to the first day of Januaty, 1857, and eectin,' D rectors to supply theplare ofeightaeutleiuen renting foin office and tor appointing Auditors under the provisions of tu e Deed of Copartnership, ÇJ«u«e 2p If tho Peed of C >p irtnersh'p provide«: "That no shaieholders other than tho retiring Diiectors for the time boin,r, sh ill be elojtcd as a Director at any Annual General Meeting, unless BOtlce of his baing a cindida'n for that otlico shall be given in writ n¿ either by bim olf or some other shareholder lo the Biard of Directors, or to tho Maua¿or for tho time be...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Exportation of Wheat lo England.-Wo understand, says the Adeluide Observer, that arrangements are now being ninde, on n somewhut extensive seile, for export- ing wheat to England. At the prices ruling in the London market, a very good margin is now presented lo exporters. Taking tho London averages for best wheat at 70s, per quarter, and the Adelaide averages at 40s., a margin of 35s remain«, ' f which about 20s wonld bo absorbed in espouses, leaving unite 10s a quarter profit. - In addition to this must be reckoned the premium at which South Australian wheut always sells in the English market, mid which, at the prc-ent time, would be obovo the overage, on account of the damaged character of a considerable portion of lost Ma- son's homo harvest. We understand that the banks are ready to make advances to the extent of 4a a bushel upon consignments of whe.it for England, and we also have reason to believe that bevcral ol tho leading mer- chants of Adelaide are...

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COLONIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. (From the Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

COLONIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT (From the Press.) To epitomise the difference between England and the rest of the civi.ised world, the English- man, we should say, is apt to be too practical, the Frenchman, German, or American, too theoretical. If an Englishman has a grievance he is wont to look out for the quickest remedy rather than the best ; while many other nations miss the oppoitunity of much rational happi- ness, by hankering after an ideal perfection which can never be attained on earth. It might at first sight seem strange to rank America in the same category with Germany and France... But what raoe and institutions have effected in tho one instance, has been effected in the other by the unfortunate cir- cumstances under which the national existence commenced. Tho American War of Indepen- dence was commenced and carried out in support of an abstract idea; and all the energy of the Anglo-Saxon race lias been unable to counteract the consequences of this false start. A large party i...

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Departures of the Mail Ships. 4th February 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

Departures ¿C tlje fflall SDips 4th February 1857. SHIP MAILS will be closed'at this ollice at under : For Swan River, Adelaide, and Sydney, vio Melbourne, per Royal Shepherd This Day at 0 p. in. For Melbourne, via Launceston, per Royal Shepherd, Tbis Day at 6 30 p. m. For London, viu Suez and Mai sail les, per Simla, on or about I he 10 hist. For London, via Suez and Suuthhainpton, per Simla on or about the 10 hist. For Mediterranean Ports vin Suez, per Simla on or about tne 10 hist. For India, via Melbourne per Simla on or about tho lOinst. F. C. Smith, .. Pobtniostcr-Guneial. Ijii'OTtTAXT Notice -Tho French transit rate on letters' for'1 England foi «arded via MurseiUes, must m futuro be piep.ud in Cash ut the Window ot the Gene- ral Post Ofiico, as also the Knglish postage on letters for Foreign par^s,und for British colonies when fur« or (led Unough England.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

LATEST DATES. England ... ... ... San Francisco. ... New York . Cape ofGood Hope. Mauritius . a Singapore .... Cejlon . China .>... ... Calcutta ," .... ... ... - Bombay .... Valparaiso . Australian Colonies, viz :-., Victoria . Sjdnoy . Adelaide. New Zealand . Western Australia . Mov. lo Nbvetn 15 October 29 Oct 4 Dec. 7 Sept 8 Oct 15 Sept 12 Oct 24 Sept 2 Oct 20 Jany. 23 Jan 30 Jan 20 Deer 20 Sept 26

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. In selecting tho "Spirit of the Press," weare guided solely by a wish to place before our readers the opin- ions of all parties without any regard to the relation such op'uiioLB may sustain to those of this journal. KANSAS, From the Times correspondent. The fdte of Kansas, in the event of Mr. Buchanan's election, is foreshadowed. The next house is secured beyond a doubt) to the Democrats. If they prevail in the Presiden- tial election, also, the pro-slavery party then have the game in their own hands. It is not to he supposed that after the resistance which the North has made this year, the South will allow tho political balance to re- main as it is while they have the power to change it. They are too shrewd for that The admission of Kansas as a slave state will follow at an early day. The balance of poft'cr thus restored in the Senate, subsequent steps may be taken with moro ease. Gov- ernment is now administered in the unhappy territory to bring about the desi...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. PRESENT.-His Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Rheuben, Sims, Seabrook, Hurst, Meikle, and Thomson, r 'I he minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The City Collector read to the Council a list of the changes of occupation, which had come under his notice dilling the preceding week, when the necessary alterations m the Electoral Roll were authorised. Correspondence. A letter fiom Mr. William Rout, netting foith the greut depieciatiou which would b3 occasioned in the value of property in Bathurst-strest, by a compliance with the prayer of the petition for cut- ting down Murray-street, was Referred to Public Woiks' Committee. Also, a letter ftom Mr. Edgar, relative to the same subject, suggesting improvements in the plan proposed, A letter was u'so read from Colonel Hami'ton, in ref renee to an encroachment on land at Battery Point. Also, a communication from Messrs. Marsh and Chapman, and others, relative to the charge made fir timber stands,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

Kew Advertisements KANGAROO POINT REGATTA. X \ MEETING «ill be held THIS EVENING, <»r\- nt the " Waterman's Arms," Kangaroo Point, at 8 o'clock prcc sely-when the attendance ofall'imcrcsled is requested. ' Holders of Subscription Lists are requested to, pay .to the Treasurer, (Mr. S. Kirkby) all monies collected. H. D aviso», Hon. Sec. ' February 4th, 1857. Wanted, A CARPENTER, for the run to Port Phillip. J\_ Apply to Captain Austin, Ship Chandler, Hobart Town. Shooting Match. TO bp shot for at Mr. Cooley's New Town, the celebrated Sire Horse Little Wonder (by Peter Furn nut of Lady Grev.) To come off TO- MORROW (I'hurBday) at 12 o'clock, i Twenty Members at £3 each. Five birds each. P.S.-A few 'Jickcts untold. Februa'y 4, 1857. Hotice. IF the HORSE left at my house by constable Eftstworthy is not taken away and expenses in- curred paid. 'Hie same will be sold by Public Auc tionat Davis' yard«, Pontville, on the loth instant, Thomas Dart. "Crown Inn" Pontville. Feb. 3id,...

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Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

Miscellaneous Shipping The steamer Tasmania arrived at the wharf at 12 o'clock on Monday night, after a fair avenigo rim hav- ing left Sydney at 8 p.m. on Friday last. Sho passed the Fying Fish for Geelong on Monday morning. The brig Emma was to leave Sydney for this port on Saturday last. Tho Fingal barque hence Oct. 14th arrived Port Louis on the 2nd Dec. Tli3 Dirt brig onterol Port Phillip .Hoads on Thursday last.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Feb. 2- Tasmania, steamer, 285 tons, Clinch, from Sydney, 80th ult. Cabin passengers-Misses Adela'de and Joey Gougcnhcim & sen-ant, Mr. J. Mair, Mr. G. Mair, Mr. H. Barrett, Miss Ellis, Miss New, and 5 steerage. Mail 1 bag, 12 loose letters. _ Agent-C. Toby. t 3~Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 15G tons, Arthur, from Port Albei t, 27th Jan., with d7 head of cattle. Agent -W. A. Guesdon. Feb 3-Thane of Fife, schooner 141 tons, Lowe, from Melbourne, 26th January, in ballast. Agents Tondeur &Co. Feb 3-Pi ince of Denmark, schooner 70 ton?, Evans from Newcastle, N.S.W 22nd Jan. cargo 100 tons coals. Agent F A Donning, Feb 3-Daniel Webster, barque 270 ton«, Adams, from Now Zealand, 8th Dec. cargo pine. Agent Mull- ing Bros. Feb 3-Sir Wm Wtrtlaco, brig 220 tons, Marr, from Ne« castle, N.S.W 22nd nil, v, ¡til coals. Agents Marrh & Chapman. EXTLHED OUT. Fob. 3-Julia, brig, 111 tons, Dart, for whaling. 3-Rapid, schooner, 103 tons, Paton, for Sydney. BAI...

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INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Browne In r[?] L.H. Laza[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Browne In re L.H. Lazatui. The court met this morning at 11 o'clock, when the Commissioner gave his judgment with regard to the right of possession to the property, said to have been conveyed by a deed of (rust from the above Insolvent to Mr. Neil Lewis. The Commissioner stitcd, that the proceedings were founded on an affidavit made hythe Insolvent to the effect that he hud executed a certain Trmt Deed by which he had conveyed the whole of his property to Mr. Neil Lewis for the benefit of his creditors ; but that the said Trustee had refined to allow certain of his Creditors to demc ¡my advan- tage from the Trusts cont lined in the said Deed. H>s Honor stated (after referring to the 13th clause of the Insolvent Act) that he had given his earnest consideration to the subject,as lie was most anxious to ascertain what was the amount of his authority, as he Had no wi«li to excee 1 the bounds df that authority, nor at the same tims did ...

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KANGAROO POINI STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

KANGAROO PO INI1 STEAM NAVIGA- TION COMPANY. -The half-yearly General Meeting of the Propi iotors of the Kangaroo Steam Navigation Company was lu-ld ali the Bird-in-liand, Argylo-street on Monday afternoon. The Meeting had been convened for 3 o'clock, but it was four before a sufficient number of-shareholders were present to con- stitute a quorum. Me. Muedooh took the Chair. He said ¡ that the Report which would be read would/ he thought, elicit considerable discussion, and he hoped it would be carried on in a proper spirit. t Me. Colvin thought that tho Meeting had not been properly advertised. The Manager then, read the Report, shewing the affairs of the Company for the half-year ending 31st, December last. The Report shewed that the total income for the half-year last past was £1552 2s. 4d. shewing a falling off of £505 10s. 3d. on last year. The expenditure, exclusive of new ' boilers, &e., amounted to ¿1917 15s. 9d. This sura included the dividend for the «preceding hal...

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TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

TASMANIAN STEAM- NAVIGATION COMPANY. The Half-yearly general Meetiug of the ¡áaarclioldera wus held ut 12 o'clock ou Mon- day afternoon at the ollice of tue Company, .Franklin. Wharf, fur the put-pose of receiving the Half-yearly statement und ßil.inoe Sheet, showing the affairs of the ('ompauy to the 1st olJanuary, l8 j7, for electing Directors to Bupply lue place of eight gentlemen re- tiring from ottiee, mid foi- appointing Audit- ors under the provisions of the Dijed of Co- partnership. At the hour appointed for the Meeting there were not more thau a do/seu sharehold- ers present, when, on the motion of Mr. Cleburne, Mr MuNaughlan was voted to the Chair. Mit. D. Laing moved, and Mr James Baynton seconded, thal the Meetiug be post- poned till three o'clock, to afford time for the atteudauee of a greater number ol Share- holders. Mr. Latsg stated his reason tor the mo- tion to be, that, ou a former occasiou, the meeting convened for 2 o'clock, \i as not held until three. ¡ The Cha...

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TRANSFER OF LICENSES. MONDAY, 2nd FEBRUARY, 1857. PRESENT—Joseph Hone, Esq, Chairman, J. Barnard, N. Gresley, Chester Wilmot, A. Garrett, Esqs., and Dr. Milligan. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

TRANSFER.OF LICENSES. Mondât, 2nd Fkbruabv, 1857. Prcsent-Joseph. Hone, Esq, Chairman, J. Bar- nard, N. Gresley, Chester Wilmot, A. Garrett, Esqs., and Dr. Milligan. The Justices sat in the Supreme Court this morn- ing, and disposed of the following applications : From S. Parsons, to J. *V. Daubfr, the Patk-street Hotel, Park-treet, This applicHiion was opposed, on the ground that Mr. J.T. Walker was already in possession, ami, as the holder of the License, had not given the necessary consent. After a considerable discuisiorj, the Couit re- fused the applicat'on. The following transfers were granted :   From Elizabeth Farquharson to John Hambrook, the Berridale Inn, Glenorchy. From William Creighton, to Edward Chandler, the Queenborough Arns, Sandy Biy Road. From Edward Chandler, to William Robottom. the Patent Slip Hoteh Battery Point. From Tho na« Atollor, to Robert "Lewis, the Duke of Clarence, Murray-stieet. , From Robert Ljwis, to Thomas Mollor, the Freemason's Arm...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have Adelaide papers to the 26th inst. With regard to electoral matters it appears that there aro seventeen candidates in the field for the Upper House, and thirty-six for the Lower. t A correspondent of the Megitter, writing with reference to the profit to be expeoted from the shipment of wheat to England, says : -" I beg leave to enclose a copy of account, sales of 100 bags, containing 315 bushels (60 lbs. to the bushel), from which you will per- ceive that it grossed 8s. 4Jd. per bushel. De- duct charges, 2s. 9*d. per bushel, leaving 5s. 7d. net. To this you may add another fid.for difference in freight, as I was offered it the other day at Is. (3d. per bushel, and in the en« closed sales I paid '¿s., which, at present date, would bring the net returns up to 6s. 3d. per bushel. Allow me, in passing, to quote the following paragraph from my letter, dated 12th May, 1815, which accompanied the shipment :-" Wheat is looking up, and may now be quoted at fully 3s. a...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

THE MERCURY. $uulisl)rti íHonoas, ÍAlctmcsDao &jfrtoag WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1857. When our colonial Chancellor of the Exchequer announced his intention of borrowing £100000 for reproductive pub- lic works, we confess that we were not without some misgivings as to what these works might be, or to whom their conduct would be committed. Some vague rem- iniscences of the Dunrobin Bridge, com- bined with a more vivid consciousness of the projected slaughterhouse jetty, im- parted no fixity to our ideas-to use a phrase of ¡¡Mr briiENT's-on this subject. A dim shadowing forth by the Minister of a New Post Office seemed to point towards one class of public works ; and notices of motion from Messrs. Henty, Meredith and others, as to local improve- ments of various kinds, shewed that there would be no lack of applicants for the d&lOGOOO when it was forthcoming. But we were not prepared for au attempt at fingering the public purse for the pur- poses of a semi-public, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

Steam to and from New Norfolk THE favourite steamer MONARCH leaves New Norfolk DAILY during the Summer months at 7 30 a.m, Bridgewater 8 30, and Rest Down at 9 15, arriving in town about ten o'clock; and re turns to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at half-past three p.m. daily FARES,   Saloon. Fore cabin. To or from New Norfolk 5s 4s Bridgewater and Compton 3s 2s Rest Down..... 2s Luttrell & Wise, Proprietors All consignments and orders from the coun-   try punctually and faithfully attended to. STEAM TO SYDNEY. VIA LAUNCESTON. THE T.S.N. Co's Steamship TASMANIA will be des- patched for SYDNEY calling at LAUNCESTON to land passengers and cargo, on Thursday the 5th instant at 4 o'clock. For freight or passage apply at the office of the Company, Franklin Wharf ; or to Du Croz & Co. Launceston. Chas. Toby. Manager, T.S.N. Co. Jan. 3l Black Ball Line of Australian Packets. SHIP "GREAT TASMANIA" Notice is hereby given that until the ship is f...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before F Burgess Esq [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY     Before P Burgess Esq Drunkards.-Thomas McCann, Ann Adams, Maria 0"Keefe,aud Thomas Lyons, were severally fined three pounds, it being their third offence, ' or twenty one days impiisoiiment ; Eliza M'Cabc, Thomas Humphries, John Baynes, James Purkiss, Mary Hooper, and Michael AIcGannon for their first offence wtro each fined £1. Patiick Green was sent ¡uro solitude for a week. Brawleis.-John Hefferman, Alfred Newton, Mary Wilton, Thomas Carmichael, Elizabeth Ark- wright, arid Joseph Pender weie fined 5s. each for disturbing the peace. Idle and Disorderly.-John James who acknow- ledged that he had no means of subsistence, was sent to the House of Correction fur one month. Maintenance.-John O'Keefe was chirged by his wife with leaving her uupiovided for. It ap- pealed that her husband had taken his passage for England, informing his better half that he was only going for ti trip down the Tasmanian Channel, whereas his destinati...

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THE MISSES ADELAIDE AND JOEY GOUGENHEIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 February 1857

THE MISSES ADELAIDE AND "JOEÏ GOUGENHEIM. i By ï\\a ¿Tasmania these distinguished Ladies har» iiiriïcd under au engagement with the Lesseo of the Theatro Royal. An histrionic memoir of "the Sisters" now lies open before us. Wherever they have appeared they have eapth ated the hearts ofnll-^youug and, old.; and 'according to tho Marysville Exj>r*tr, " every green thing had been mowed down" by the furor which every whore nwaitedthem. Personal attrac- tion in them is combined with goodness of heart, 'fas "sparkling, gay and winning Joey," »ho "has turned tho he ids ot Sacramento, and San Francisco," who» " ringing laugh" and " graceful step" is electric«! and whoso "winning smile" is irresistablo, she - " the brightest gem lu Comus's legal diadem ! " possesses much ot her power from tho private worta lor which hhe has boen eminent ; she is indeed the "Youngest w ren of nine." So too with Adelaide. Their role is different-^« eacb is equally successful in lier own ; whilst the gooo ue...

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