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Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 February 1857

Miscellaneous Shipping The Aurora Australis, dipt. M'l'bcrson, sailed from Gravesend for Hobart Town, on thc23rdNov. with the followingjmuscngcrs-Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. But- ler and servant, Miss Butler, Mrs. Lee and fluid, Mrs. Bird, Miss Morgan, Mr. Lander* and two children, Mr. EyU'-id, Mr. Marriott, aud four intermediate passen gul J). The Meroin, Ciipl. W. Ward, sailed for Hobart Town, from Gravesend, Dec. 12. with the following pas congers-Limit, Call-'glian and CO third-class passen- gers. Tiik Fungus Expedition.-Sir James Outnun, Ii. O'. U., loft Southampton on Thursday, the 20th, for Bombay, in order to. take the command of the Birtish force drilled to operate against Persia. Oim Naval Ah juments.-The following; is an ab- stract of the naval force in commission on tho 1st ¡nut :-On the East Indin, China, Australian station, 27 ship?, 389 guns, Cupe of Good Hopc,7 ships ,77 guns; West Coast of Africi, 14 ships, 82 guns ; South-East const of America, 8 ships, 121 guns ; Wes...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before F Burgess and Hugh Hull Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before F Burgess und Hugh Hull Esqs. Desertion.-Charles Filer, an articled Seaman on board the ship Great Tasmania, was charged by Capt. Brewer with desertion. Ile had been ap- prehended at Great Swan Port. The man pleaded quilty, and was sentenced to six weeks impriion ment. In this, as in all similar case«, it was under- stood that the inna was to he liberated wh u the shi|> was readv for sea. Larceny.-Bridget Jones was charged with steal- ing, on Saturday night last, tua pairs of tweed trousers of the value of ten shillings per pair tha property of George Salier & Co. Mr. Salier swore to the property being his. 'I ho prisoner, ant) another woman had been in the shop and remained there abiut u quarter of an hour. He did not miss the articles until Constaale Dorset brought them back. When apprehended the two pairs of ttrowsers were in a hand basket tdie was carrying. The prisoner said n young man had bought them for her in Liverpool-street. G...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 February 1857

HOBART TOWN PETCÎE CHURENT Corrected up lo fice o'clock on Saturday Eceniny last ALE $ BEER-fwholsaleJ Ale, Bass's No 2 per doz U I Sí Od Worthington and Robinson's No'A per hlii 91 Os Cd Alsopp's No 3,perhhd 19 Os Od Litio pale East India per hhri 19 5i Od to Iii 10« id Other brands per hhd IS lOs Od lo I!) Alsopp's per dozen lis Rd to Iii fid Byass's II* Gd to Iii Gd Duckworth's Us Gd to Us 5d Brgaul andDavis's 12* t'ii lo 13* Od Marzetü'sUs Od to Iii Od Hibberfs IO» Od lo lOs Od Otherbotllers.XIs to I2j. Varier, Barclay's, per hhd V¡ Ss II lo VI lu« Elliott and Walnefs per hhd IG »s Od to 17 Os Oilier brands IG \üs Qd to 17 Os Od Trueman'* X per hhd Vi 5s Od to lo 5s Od Trneman's XX per hhd IO 10* Od lo IS 15*- Od Taylor t' stout per hhd V¡ Os nd to 17 lOs Od Byass's quart*per do: 12« Gd to 13* Od Whitbread'! stout per doz lis tid lo 11s Od Marzelli's porter per doz V2s Od to I is Bryant and Davis's per doz 11* Od ro.ll* Od Other bottiers per doz l"i Gd lo Ms Id BOOTS &lt...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. JERUSALEM. (From our own Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. JERUSALEM. (Tioin oui own Itepoiter) On T(7rsda.y last, Mr. Erodsham held a sale at Mr. Sergeant's, Spring Hill Bottom, which was well attended, and the biddings were re- markably spirited, indeed, it was a matter of surprise, the high prices that the horses, in particular, brought. Punch, a grey horse, £100, Captain, £80, Tommy, £87, chesnut mare, £8(3, mare and foal, £10 ; heifers, £J¡to £7 ; steers, £10 ; bullocks, £20 a pair ; cows. £7 10s., to'£10; pigs, £1 10s, £2 17s. 6d. The stock were in excellent order, and the sale went off very satisfactory to all." ' The crops are, in this neighbourhood, ' very fair ; Mr. Lamb has a small paddock, say two acres, which is estimated to produce 60 -bush- els of wheat to the acre. . The weather continues fine, and the harvest is progressing very well. Labour is hero, as well as elsewhere, scarce, and the price exhorbitant. Moses Pihjibose Redivivus.-AtJJoughborough fair, on the 13th hist., a countryman in search of a cow ...

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CONFLICTS WITH BRIGANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

CONFLICTS WITH BRIGANDS The Roman correspondent of the Baily News says :-For want of warfare on a large scale to talk about, we con tin ne in this part of the peninsula to take interest iu the move- ments of the bands of outlaws that infest the patrimony of St. Peter and the southern pro- vinces of the ecclesiastical dominions.' Signor Arringa, so lately a prisoner in the hands of one of these marauding detachments, has just returned from Velletri with the satlsfac* tory intelligence that two of lils aggressors on that memorable occasion were slain in au en» gagemctft tfith his hollncss's gendarmes in the beginning of tnst wecfe, tn the neighbourhood of the province of Frosinone. A landed pro« prictor of Anagn", whilst returning from his country residence on the evening of the llth, was captured by five brigands, who were ap parently fnlly aware of the fact that their victim was a "man of substance; for they de- tained bim in durance vile, with the usual pleasing accompaniment of im...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, Feb. 25th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LaüxcestoX, Feb. 26th, 1857. Each mail from Melbourne lately has brought moie depressing news than th» last, for the holders of Grain and flour. From the small quantity exported for a length of time back there should be a considerable stock on hand, and for this and the new crop v. e sec no probability whatever of a rise in price for the next six months. Flour «hen exported, only realises from 12'. to Ul. per ton, and millers cannot produce the ar- ticle at such prices unless they purchnso Wheat at not above 5s per Imsiiel.BCveral have determined not to give more, but some who prefer keeping their mills at work give from 5s to 5s 6d, Tlicdcmand for Oats has again sprnng up.'and Gs Gd to 7s can now boreadilj obtained. Flour per ton of 20001bs, AtSteamMill Tomar £. s. d. (Thompson & Co.,) fine.15 0 O Seconds .13 0 0 Cornwall Chronicle.

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY Bofore Mr. Commissioner F. Frow[?]e. In re Easby and Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

INSOLVENT COURT. . WEDNESDAY Bofore lír. Commissioner F. Frowrie, In re Easby and Robertson. Mr. McMiini, before the business was pro- ceeded with, wished to apply.to His Honor td grant Mt. Easby's discharge j he was now in attendance, and ready to subscribe the neces- sary documents. The discharge, as a matter of course, was granted. , In re Joseph Eeason. This was an adjourned first meeting. Mr. Crisp, for the insolvent, who was not in attendance, applied foi' a further adjourn- ment of the meeting ; he was, really, ashamed to do so, as His Hoitor would-recollect, that some months ago, an offer of composition had been made, and accepted, and the dividends, he, Mr. Crisp, believed, had been paid ; the insolvent, however, appeared to be disinclined to execute the necessary warra-ilt of Attorney for his discharge, and O' he did not do so in two or three weeks, he, Mr. Crisp, should withdraw from the insolvency, and leave the insolvent to be dealt with by the Commis- sioner. The meeti...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

LATEST DATES. England . Sun Francisco. New York ..." ... CapoofClood Hope... Mauritius . Singapore . Ceylon . China . Calcutta. Bombay. Ynlpiiiwo . Australian Colonies. viz Victoria . Sydney . Adelaide. New Zealand ., Western Australia ., Dec. li Deem 22 Novcm 28 Dec 30 Deo. Sept Oct Nov Oct Nov Oct Feby. 21 Fob 10 Feh U Jan 31 Jan 31

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MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor. THE GOAT NUSIANCE. Thomas v. R. S. Waterhouse [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

MAYOR'S COURT. YESTERDAY. Before His Worship the Mayor. THE GOAT JfliSUXCE. Thomas v. 11. S. Waterhouse This was an information by the City In- spector against Mr. K, S. Waterhouse, Eliza- beth-street, charging him with suffering a goat to be at large in the street on the 13th instant. Mr. Davidson, assistant to the defendant, appeared, and pleaded guilty to the charge, stating, that the occurrence was purely acci- dental. His Worship fined the defendant 5s. aud costs. Thomas v. Keane. This was a similar information against Mr. James Keane, Special Constable, Maorraarie street, charging him with sulfering a goat to be at large in Collins-street on the 17th hist. The defendant pleaded the same excu&e, namely, that the animal was accidentally at largo : hu was, also, lined 5s. and costs. Thomas v. Thompson. This was a like charge against Thomas Thompson, Btthurst-rtreet, for allowing his goat to be at largo in Goulburn-street on the 17th instant. The defendant's wife appeared ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess, and John Walker Esqrs, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before F. Burgess, and John Walker Eoqrs, A ¡ght Charges.-One drunkard was fined £1 ; another £2 ; and a third £3 ; for indulging in their love of drink. One female mid one male were fined five shillings fur disturbing the peace. The mun-strange to say-hod so great nn im- pediment iu his speech that it was nearly a minute before he could plead. Out after hours.-'thomas King to charged with being out aftrr hours, and representing him- self to be free. He pleaded gulty to the first charge and was sentenced to seven days solitary confi'iement. Idle and hisoiderlg.-James Quinn, a free roan was charged with being idlo and disorderly. He had a large quantity of apples in his posses-ion when apjr.'hended which hesaid he had purchased. He did not know from whom lie bought them, and was therefore sent to the House of Correction for seven days, 'Hit man was* removed protesting his innocence. A constable " suspected" him-and that vas sufficient. * Mitconduct.-Br...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. The Lessee has great pleasure iu announcing to tho patrons of tho Theatre that he bos succeeded in effect- ing a rc-cngiigoincnt with those eminent Altistes, ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENHEIM, ron TWELVE NIGHTS ONLY. Their engagement iu the adjoining Colony of Victoria most positively piccludiux any further arrangement. During the new.oiigagoniont tho SISTERS will appear in an entire new round of characters. Second Night of the re-engagomeiit of tho Sioteis MISS ADELAIDE AND JOEY GOUGENHEIM MlisS JOEY IN TWO PIECES. THIS EVENING, FRIDAY, Febmaij 27, Tho pel formante will coinmenco with Bulwer'« , celebrated comedy of THE LADY OF LYONS. PAULINE . Miss ADELAIDE After which, the doleful tragedy of VIL1KTNS AKD IKS DINAH '"' Will bo executed by Mr. John Dunn. Overtures and Popular Airs. by tho Ouhestia. To conclude with, for the first timo in Tasmania, tho laughable foi co of GOOD FOR NOTHING!! 'NAN .Miss JOEY lu activo preparation. The Grand Fairy Extravaganza of Cinderella, ...

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Miscellaneous Shipping [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

MfccellaneouisT^njpp jng. ' Navigating aSteí-uku hy Meavs op Rc-Asr Pohk.-Considérable «'Acitomcnt was created on the ' nwriñig of «heath TOecember, on the arrival of the Tronbador at the 'North-wall' Dublin, it having been ascertained that out of 300 sheep, 300 pigs and 15 licnd of horned rattle, constituting her deck fricglit, the greatest number of tho two latter chives of animals .were lying do^ul on board, having pcrislicil on the pas- sage, mv'nui; to tho severity of the weather at sea. On .inquiry, \t appeared that the Troubador a merchant »teunor the property of Mr. Redmont, of Waterton!, and commanded by Captain Itiik, left the port of Cork .on the ebb of the morning tide at 0.30 on Thurbday, ' the Hil December bound tor Milford. Alter putting to sea. the steamer enc muter«! the bruni of tho heavy gale then blowing in the ihuiiiicl, and wa? nimble owing to tho aiheise wind and heavy sea, to innku her desti- ned port. Shu bad consequently to bear up and keep in mid-channel o...

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SLAVERY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

SLAVERY IN AMERICA. While travelling not long ago in one of the south-western counties in Virginia, the following thrilling incident took place - Starling in the stage coach, soon after break- fast, the morning being a deligbful one iu the latter part of the month of May, I took my seat o-i the box by the side of the driver, and behind me on the top was seated a bright, intelligent-looking mulatto boy, apparently eighteen or nineteen years of age. After being on the road a few minutes I turned about and asked him where he was going. He replied he was going down a few miles to live with Master-, who kept tha stage house at the west stand, thnt he had lived with him the last summer, and that his mas tcr had sent him down to live with him the coming season. Turning from the boy, the driver remarked to me in an under tone, "The; boy is deceived. I am taking him down to the slave-pen, n few miles on, where slaves arc kept preparatory to being sent to Loui- siana. This deception is practi...

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THE RUSSIAN MEMORANDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

THE BtJSSIAN MEMORANDUM. The following is the test of the Esposé ad- dressed by the Cabinet of St. Petersburg at the latter end of October to all the Power* who were signatarios to the Treaty of Paris that is, to Austria, France, Englaud, Prussia, Turkey, nnd Sardinia. This Expose was ac coinpaliied by u Circular, the object of which was to bring about a reassoirîbling of tha Con- ferences of Paris-a matter now decided on. Russian Memorandum, or an Esposé of the Courre P\ir»ued by the Cabinet of S*-. Petersburg to Carry into Execution Articles 20 and '21 of the Treaty of the ' 30th March, 1856. _'«-\- ? Protocol No. 1, of the'4th April, appoints that tim Commissioners who, in tho terms of Arl. 20 of tho Treaty of Ft'ace, would have to proceed to the demarcation of the now Bes sambian frontier, should assemble at Galatz on the b'th May, and, discharge the mission confided to them without delay." At the same sitting, the Russian Plenipotentiaries declared that tho Russian authorities ...

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. In selecting the "Spirit of the Press," weare guided solely by a wish to place before oar rcadors the opin- ions of all parties without any regard to the_ relation, such opinioi.s may sustain to those of this journal. The Doomed Income-tax. -The plea upon which the income-tax has been latterly maintained and increased- the want of money -will shortly cease to be available. \Vc know enough of the redactions that have beer- effec ted in our public expenditure óu the one hand, and of the general state of revenue on the other, to bo assured that a very considerable surplus will bo at the disposal of Sir G. C Lewis during the next financial year. In April the chancellor of Mío exchequer will en- ter upon his superabundant revenue, and must then be made to understand, beyond the pos- sibility of mistake, that the country will no longer endure the continuance of à burden so vexatious in its character, and so unjust in its incidence. Tho govcrnment,ifwe may judge from t...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

THE MERCURY. îfhiulislicn fHoirtinö, SHcïmcstma &jFritoag FRIDAY MOB-NIX 0, FEBRUARY 27,1857. The scene in the House of Assembly last evening was rather an infelicitous one, mingled with a slight degree of absurdity. Messrs. Champ, Smith, Chapman and Rogers occupied what we may call the opposition bench, Mr. Maxwell Miller the ministerial one. Mr. Miller rose, somewhat inopportunely before the business of the house had really com- menced, to inform it of the result of Mr. Gregson's efforts to form an adminis- tration ; Mr. Gregson himself had taken the premier ship without salary, Mr. Meredith was the new Colonial Treasurer, Mr. J. C. Gregson the new Attorney General, and Messis. Wedge, C. J. Whyte and Miller members of the Executive Council without office-no Solicitor General hud yet been appointed. As a consequence of this statement the house adjourned until 4 ».'clock this-day, when the new minister's arrangements will have been completed, and then it will further adjourn...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-YESTERDAY. The House met hy adjournment, and the Presi- dent took his seal at five minutes past four o'clock. Mr WEDGE sat in the seat formerly occupied by Mr Nairn as leader of the Housrymd the follow- ing bon. Members occupied the Ministerial bench : -Mr Burge*», Mr Walker. Mr Whyte. Mr NAIRN, Mr Knight, and Dr Bedford set on the opposition side of the House, and Captain Langdon and Mr Button, were on the cross bench. REPORT. Mr NAIRN brought np the Report of the Select Committee on the standing rules and orders, which was laid on the table THE NEW MINISTRY. Mr WEDGE rose, and said, lie had to inform the Houfo, that Mr Gregson, in compliance willi his Excellency's rrqucst,hsd founcd the Executive Government as follows: Mr T. G. Gregson, Colonial Secretary, Mr Charba Meredith, Colonial Treasurer, Mr J. C. Gregson, Attorney General, And the following gentlemen, without ministerial ollice : Mr Whyte, Mr M. Miller, and Mr Wclge. The lion. Member, now begged to mov...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

To the Electors of Richmond,, GENTLEMEN, I have this day accepted office as Colonial Secretary. This step renders it I'tCMmtry for me to eume befóte you again ns a Candid«» for your votes. You know me too well io suppose fora momentthutiii changing my seat in the House I have changed a single principle of my, public life. I takoüíliue ,without salary My sole object is to serve the colony. I have been your Member too long to doubt jour known con .isteiicy and repented pledges.' I ¡tow come before you as á Candidate foi ie-<ilection, and 1 leave my rttatn with confidence in your hands. ' . ' I have the honor to be Gentlemen -, l , . Your most obedient scivunt, i . ,. . T.G. Gueoson, .Feb. 06,185?. * TO THE ELECTORS OF GLAMORGAN. '- ' - - , HIß EXCELLENCY the Governor having ' ,J)een pleased to appoint me Coloniui Trea- surer, it become» necessary thal you by yom1 re- election, ni by your rejection, afine, express either VbUrconow ranee or disapproval of tho course 1 have pu...

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. The forluiiiitc and acceptable rc-ciigngcmout of the charming Sister*, nunounccd in our last, has commenced most auspiciously by their appearance Iastnight in Tobin's wfIt-known Comedy of The Honey Moon, a Comedy, poetically conceived, and skilfully constructed upon the correct model of the classical drama. We arc glad to find, that the new lunge of characters will present the Sisters to us under an aspect in some respects nore favourable, perhaps, than we have hithoito witnessed, for how- ever admirable, and, indeed, inimitable, they may hive been, in the lighter walks of histrionic art, we aro convinced, that they will exhibit brighter excellencies in the wider li Id before them. There is nu attractive advantage, also, to the audience in the representation of, what has been termed, the regular drama, not only in the exquisite pleasure of witnessing the exhibition of a fine work of art, but At tim same time, of enjoying the poetic mid natural beauties, portrayed hy t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED.   February 24 - ^uari^ schooner, 180 tons, Har- ri on, tiwi Port Albert 17th instant, with cattle. Aj j«nWW. A.trtPjdo,,, - FÀ.25-WKi'i-m Hill, brig, 119 tons, P. L. Nevin/ from Geelong in ballast. Agents - Maning Brothers' SAILED.     February. 26 - Flying Fish, schooner, 123 tons, Lucas, for Geelong. Passengers - Mrs. Lucas and child, Mrs. Headi, Master Jackson, Miss Jackson, Mrs. Meany, and 4 in the steerage. Feb. 26-Taimante (ss) Clinch, for Sydney. Pns fecncrcrs-Mr. and Mrs Want «nd servant,-irr. and . Mrs. Smith, servant and child, Mr. and Mrs Grenville, ' Mr. Wilson, Miss Flegg, Mini Rosignoli, Mr. and Mrs " . Greville and family. Steerage-Ann Holloway, Janies Doyle, Win. I Io) lo» hy, Saiuli M. Seal.Tiuiothy Cusick. Pat. Barclay, Owen Öwenf, James Walton, John- Cant, , James William«, M.J.iOvy,CatlicrinuCant,MaryIIu]cnp : and child, I). Hufcmp, john Buyers, Itobt. Taylor, ;< Dani...

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