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

LATEST I) ATE3. England . ... Dec. 14 San Francisco...'- ..." .. Deem' 22 New York . - .. Norem 28 Cape ofTJood Hope... .'. > .. -Dec 30 Mauritius . ... Dec 27 Singapore .;..., ... I ..; Nov 23 . Ceylon,. ..., Nov , 8 ' ' ChM'f'. ... * :.'.'Nov l28' Calcutta. '... ..' Oct 28 ' ' Bombayj!.'.'. l..V ..'," :..) ... . Ocfcii ¡20 ' Valparaiso"! '... ? ...J ... ... 'Oct 20" Australian Colonies, viz :-... : - Victoria ,- ,'.". ... ... Fahy. 2d -. Sydney ...,).., ,... ... ,..; Feb 21 Adelaldo ... ,,. .. Feb l8 -New -Zealand -r..- .:. -... --.. -Feb 4 Western Australia . ...... ... ... ,- Jan, 31

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. The night charges Vere disposed of by Mr. Bur- gess,'as follows ;- ' ' -J Drunkards.-Eight offenders wera each fined £l and Agnes McCoy, a very old Visitant, was fined £5,or in default)8cntenced to two months imprison- ment with hard labor. , , ¡ ' Gis&irbï&g the Peace.-Three brawlers were each lined 5s. ¡ Misconduct.-Several prisoners of\ the crown were variously dealt with for breachesof the Govi vernment regulations. '? Idle and Disorderly.-John James was charged, under the Vagrant law, with lodging hi the open air, at half-past 12 o'clock on Sunday morning,and was sent to the House of Correction for one month] Consoling the. Feelings.-Lawrence MoCarthy, a passholder in the service of Mr Hall of Stony Steps was charged with disturbing the peace in Moody's Row, at 10 o'clock on Saturday night. It appear- ed that the prisoner wanted to go into a house in the Row, but was prevented by some women.when, " to console his feelings " as one of...

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RICHMOND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

RICHMOND ELECTION.. Mr. T. G. Gbegsoîï was yesterday nominated at Richmond, and-tuero being no other Candit.ite-was declared duly elected.

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. Still progressing with the selection of good dramas, the management cvinoos a judgment which must we think, prove advantageous, while unquestionably, it ought to prove attractive. The principal performers too, are thus enabled to evince their abilities in the most conspicuous and favourable manner, and while they identify themselves with the ideal of their respec- tive characters, they mast carry with them tho spirit and enjoyment of tho audience, Last Evening the Willow Copse was repeated with an evident improvement ; the acting throughout was excellent. The Wandering Minstrel, also was played a second time with the samo result. Mr J Dunn's Villi kons and his Dinah, if possible, improves upon acquain- tance, and should any of our friends be troubled with hypochondrias!», we confidently recommend tho execu- tion of this doleful tragedy as a specific. , This evonitig «ill be u Grand Juvenile Night, the Little Treasurer, never beforo produced iu the Colony, being select...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. .SOUTH AUSl'BALIA. -, Wo have South Australian pipers to the 23rd ins- tant. Wc take the following from M r. Cowies mercan- tile report of the 19th instant. ' ?> . i '1 hougn the recent received accounts from Sydney and Melhottrne show tint markets for flour and wheat tlicra price hcio have undergone no suscedtible altera- tion, wheat, in "particular, having been hifluauccd by export oi ders as well Vis tho demand for grinding. The wheat tlrnt 1ms come in this season bears a very favour- able .?oinparisoii, so far, with tho crop i of formel' years, and, with the exception of a little blighted with sudden beat, is generally of good quality mid cluan. In oats tlieio aie no transactions to rcpoit. Brim is trille easier. Darley ¡s wanted. ? At tho Agricultural Show j cslerday, the pri/o samples of wheat showed the fol- lón ing weights :-From the hills, 6G lbs. 6 ozs, and GG lbs., and from tho plains, Go lbs. 1 o/. ' and G1 lbs. S on., which without any furthe...

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ; MONDAT. Piesent, His Worship,, tue Mayor.'ami Aldermen Thomson, Rheuben, sims, Meikle, Hurst, and Seabrook.       MINUTES.     The Town Clerk read the minutes of tin last meeting which wc-re confirmed. ' CHANGES OK OCCUPATION , ,, The City Collector read a list of periou who had changed their residences during tbf past fortutght, mid the necessary alteration) were'ordered to bo made iu the Assessment ftoll. _ , ' _? , COBRESl'OJ» DENCE. A communication was read from Mr. F, Lipscombe i dative to the Truck of the North West Buy ltivulet. - Defened. Also one from Mr. John- Urquhart calling attention to the practice of certain horsemen and especiall Butcher's Boys riding furiously over the Bridge iu Molle-streer, whereby human life was endangered, i m \( c A letter was likewise lead from the Hoa ornry Secretary of ¡the New JÜÍown <Bau Course sdicitiug, on behalp otitho Steward^ that Ilis Wors...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SorrLY oí, '1¡ikbi¡ii.-Tenders will 1» received at the Office of Public Works until 12 o'clock on Wednesday the 4th of March next for tho supply of the undermentioned timber, tobo delivered at Anti! Ponds, or tho spot pointed out. .' ' Forty sound gum logs, 25 feet long, and not less than 12 inches in diameter. | -One hundred and twenty sound gum logs, 3 ..- feet long, undjiot less than 1 inch in di , amcter Fifty sound log«, IG feet long, and not loss -" ' tliim 23 foot in diameter ' ' To lie delivoiod within w month of the acceptance of the Tonder. Pi« tietiliir* way 1* ajcortaiucd byappliintiou to Mr B. M'Villoy, Hoad .Surveyor, Ross,

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

Dtpatturts of tjjtj fÇall 5&fp¿ ' \ " SHIP MAILS will be/xlosed'at tub' office as under:- "v* »' v For Swan River, Adelaide and Sydney via Melbourne, per City of Hobart, this-day at 10 a.m. - For<-Melbourae( par.City-of iIoliart,-tliis day-at -- 11 a.m. For Loudon per " Hdrrowby," on Saturday, next,at fl'p.m. ,' Ï ; ?". t i l ~

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. BOTHWELL. From our own Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. BOTHWELL. ' From our.own Reporter.' Ak Inquest was held at Mr. Whiteway's on the 16th of February beforoH. M. Hull, Esq'., «Joioucr, and a highly respectable Jury, to enquire into the death of Mr. Me'Ita, of Abys- sinia, who was accidentally wounded by a * reaping machine. Tho Jury returned a ver- dict of accidental death, and soverely censured the conduct of Dr. Teush, who, it appears, al- though informed of the nature &nd extent of the accident, did iUot arrive until some five 4 -hours afterwards, and, even then without any '.instruments ; the consequence was, that Mr. Mc'Ka bled to death. Had Dr. Teush piomptly . -attended his patient, in the manner the case1 * required, it is the general opinion here, that the lamentable occurrence would not have ensued! There is an excellent opening in, this District * for a talented and active Medical man,, who would be well supported by the numerous settlers., j - The crops are very fine, notwithstanding that some o...

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FINGAL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

FINGAL GOLD FIELDS. There have been 21 persons at work during the week at tho Nook Fingal. The amount of gold obtained is seven ounces. < ? t The water is still found to be a great hind- rance at a few feet from the surface to those who are sinking shafts. Two men of a party -the remainder to arrive in a few days bave just reached Piugal with a pump and necessary implements, for sinking. J These persons have already worked ut theso Gold Pields, and aro thus offering au earnest of the confidence of experienced men of the pro- bable result of perseverance in disclosing its value. One now here for the past three months, states that he has realized on an average one ounce per week. .> Robert Pringle;Stewnrt

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

THE MEßeUlfcYT 13uutísf)rt> íHonáa&'EHebiwgoao AjFrfOaa ' WEDNESÜAí'MOK.VIÜfG, MABCII i, 1857.! In order to form a fair estimate of the \voik"involved.in__the task of retrench- ment in this colony, .we, have examined the statement of probable expenditure for thefyear 1857 -submitted by the late ministers, and then, 'taking the amount' declared by Mr. (jrcgson to be sufficient to carry on the ' business ol' the colony,' have gone through the items so as to see what would be the amount of reduction necessary,,if practicable,:in each -depart- ment. We,submit the results in the following table,-premising that! i t refers only, to ", establishments," and that as respects His Excellency, the Governor's salary and allowances,'.'we have left them' out of it, they not being' subject 'to any reduction without,the .consent of; tile Crown. ' - ?> I ~ Kätiiöat« " * Itcductiön. Executive COunt.il'..V!.-" £100 "" ..!.. £ Houses of -Legislatuici"- 4090 -;.' "40HO Colonial Secretary .....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE KNTERED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE KNTBBH) OUT. aiarch Sid-City of Holm r, steimer, 3fi5, Bentley Î Melbourne. Cabin-Messrs. .»lace, Cruttcnden, Jas. Whyte, Mr*. Carver, Mary (ia\ ¡n. four children and scrvun^Jdiii-aiid Mits RjbeiUon, -Mi»s Grant, Mua-, ten Cico. and Jos Robertson, Margaret Kobertson, and sen ant, Mr. and Mrs. Tho-. Kenton and child, Mr. und Mrs. Fredk. Fenton, Mr. Gordon, Mrs. lirenUin, Mr. Fraser, Mrs. and tu o ML-sos Blackburn, Mr. aud Mrs. Sly and four children. Miss Hiles, Mr. Mjles .Patterson, Mr. F,redk. Patterton, Mr, Itobinson^Mr^ Haddon, Mr. Moell, MrT Crocker, Mr. Injrc, MásCcr" Yeend* j 20 steerage. ." March. 3-Nautilus, brig, 101 tous, Cracknel! wha- ling. ( Sfarcli 3-Thane or Fife, schooner, 111 tons Low Melbourne. s um». 'Mardi 3-Maid of Julpba, brig, 107 tons, Beauvais, Adelaide. -_ « "'j'!Marella-Harriet Nathan, bal quo, 127jtoiiB,i Lloyd, Geelong.' ' ' - ' ' " s «T M <l , ' , , - , EXCOBTS. ' ( _ Thane of Fife, Melboui ne-30,000 ft Umber, 30,000 pali...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURllEMT Corrected up tafite o'clock on Saturday Eoening last ALE $ BEER-fivholsaleJ Ale, Pass's No 2 per do: I» 15» Od Worthington and Robinson'! No 3 per Mid 01 0» Od Alsopp's No 3, per hhd 19 0* Od Zh'/ro ¿>bíb Eaul India per hhd 19 5i Od to Hi 10* i d Other brand» per hhd I» IO» Od to W AUopp't per dosen 11 j Cid to lit Gd Byass's 11« titi lo Ils 6d Duckworth's lit Od to 11* 5i Bryant and Lavis's 12* Od to IS* Od Manetli's II* Od to II* Od Hubert's 10* Od to 10* Oil OlherboUler,,\\s lo 12». Porter, Barclay's, per hhd li 6s ti to ¿7 IO* Elliott and Watney'sper hhdlO t>* Od ¿0 17 0» OMw ¿raud» M 10» Od to 17 0* Od Trueman'» X per hhd IO Ss Od io Î6 5s Od Trneman's ¡^OC per hhd lb 10* Od to IO 15* «d Taylors' stout per hhd 17 Oj Od io ¿7 10* Od Byass's quarts per do: I2.i.<!d to 13* Od Whilbread's stout perdoz 12*'Od to Vis Od Manetli's porter per do: l8* Od to 12* Bryant and Davis's per do: lis Odio 11* Od Other bothers per do: I"* (Id io II* 7¿ ...

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

> ' . i ' ' THEATRE ROYAL. , , z_ ' . ' ' The Lessee lias gicat pleasure in announcing to the patrons of tho Thai ti ii thut he has'succeeded hi effect tug- a re engagement w ¡tit those eminent Artistes, ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENHEIAI, j FOB TWjáli'MOnl» ONLV. '/ Vi ' ' ' ' ' '''' \ Fifth Wook of tho engagement of tho Sisters MISS ADELAIDE AND *JOEY GOi/GUNHEIM ' '- " GRAND, I JUVENILE, NIGHT ! ! { j this-'evening; 'wednesday, 'march, -I,' Tbc performance, will commence! with tin beautiful comedietta of ' ' ' , ' j THE - LJTTL|( "THEASURE.1 Captain Walter Miiidcnblusli . ,.,." MrTH.N. Winner 'Lady FLORENCE HOWARD ... Miss ADEDAIDE ,GEK1'KUDK{.,.'..i,'.;Miss JOEY Duct, when it littlo farm we keep, MUs Stcwait I M -i . *. 1 un'd 'Mr. 'John Dunn. ' ' , j Fancy_D nice . Master Hull î VILIK1NS AND HIS DINAH !r¡ 1 ¡ 1 ' Will be executed by Mr. J. Dunn ' *, , To conclude with, by des'n o, ' i THE BUDDY ASHORE!.' | In uctivo pieparation, i < The Grand 'Fairy Extravaganza of Cin...

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REPORT OF THE COMMITEE OF THE MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE OF HOBARTON FOR THE YEAR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

ïtEJL»ORT OF^TIIB / COMMITTEE OP S-TCÄE MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE OF iiOBARTÖN FOB THE YEAR 1856. JVj; Iiave seldom been liiore^fratifietLiUatuJiy "thls'report. Not thai; its merit» as a com- position are bevond tin average, or that the pro- ceedings to'whíclí îb adverts are£of more than1 common interest, but because of the intel- ligent spiri&.of progress which it displays^-the. disposition not to dwell upon what has been effected,¡but.tor strive at tho\ attainment of btill moie worthy objects. This spirit is_ one th.it is sj seldom met with'amongst us,' more especially in the nwiagement ol' our publie institutions/ that its appearance ¡s a. very plea»mg novelty, and its encouragement of the higliesb importance. We > have ' therefore thought it desirable to expend more space than we eau accoid in our leading columns to tho' consideration of tho t report, and of the questions immediately arising li om it. And our readers will find the subject'not'a little interesting, however ...

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TUE DURATION OF HUMAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

THE DURATION OF HUMAN LIFE.' Altbongb the Hebrew poet fixed our years at three score and ten, or at the utmost four- score, it is u comfort to know that we may aid five 01 si\ years to tlic fourscore in tins part of the world-the wear and tear of life being smaller in these temperate climates than under Hie glowing sun of Palcstiuo. We find Blumcuhach, in lu« 1'hysio'ogy, fixing on eighty-six as the limit of human life, pn looking over European hills of mortality, he discovered that a considerable number at- tained this ago, but that few exceeded it. By the census of 1851, we find that in Great Britain 590,000 persons lind pnésed the hamer of three scoie years and ten-that 129,000 had passed fourscore-that 9,847 had lived ninety years, and more-that 2,031 attained to ninety-five years, and that 318 had reached moro than one hundred years of age-two thirds of these centenal Ians being women. The average duration of human life, however, is only thiity-thrcc years-one quaiter dying pre...

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REVIEW. OUR INSANE FOREFATHERS. (From the Leader.) The Treatment of the Insans without Mechanical Restraints. By John Conolly, M.D. Smith, Elder, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

BEVIEW. OUR INSANE FOREFATHERS. (From the Leader.) The Treatment of the Intaiu without Ms ehanieal BettrdinU. Bj John Conolly, M.D. Smith, Elder, and Co. It is very useful from time to time to revive the drooping spirits of those whose faith in progress bas received discouragement by meditation on the many obstacles accumulated on its path ¡ and there is no more effectual method of reviving such faith than the actual comparison of our present condition iu any one cardinal and capital point with that of our forefathers. Where eloquence is powerless, and argument of small weight, a plain state- ment of facts will carry conviction. Such a statement we read in the work before us. Dr. Conolly's purpose is simply to cuforco the necessity of treating insane people upon the principles practised at Hanwell, and most other asylums of tho present day, and to guard against the revival under any form of tho old system. To make clear his case ho is obliged to examine what tho old system was and w...

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

Steam to and from New Norfolk THE favourlU steamer MONARCH leaves New Norfolk DAILY during tbe Summer month» mt 7 30 >.m, Bridgewater 8 30, and Rest Down at 9 15, arriving hi town about ten o'clock; and re-i tam» to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at bslf-patt three p.m. daily FARES, Saloon. Fore cabin, To or from New Norfolk 5g 4» Bridgewater and Compton 3s 2» .Rest Down. 2« Luttrell & Wise, Proprietors pjp* jill consignments and orders from the coun- try punctually and faithfully attended to. The Eagle Une of Packets THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA VIGÀTION COMPANY'S THE GREAT BRITAIN, 3S00 tons, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, WAI be dispatched for Liverpool. ' EARLY IN MARCH. ' For freight or passage apply to Messrs BRIGHl BROS. Melbourne'; or to i ' -" W. KNIGHT. >!.,)' ,' . ,_ New Whart f ..EUROPEAN, AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY 1 ("Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company will be dis- patched from Ho...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

1 Miscellaneous Shipping' Sunken Wak vEhäEts Ar Sebasioi'olTp^be Rais- ed liv an Asiijuicax.-A Bolton paper''sáys'¡-"John E. Cowen, ).>."]., of this city, »ho is now in Itussiu, has just entered Into n contract with tho Hussion' govern-l nient to rake the »hips-of-w ar and other vessels, fifi) . two in number, Mink in the haï hour of Sebastopol at. the time of the siege. It will be remembered that Mr' Cowcnr under a contract with our goverumout, succee- ded, after repealed icH'ort* of British engineers had failed, in raising the wreck of {lib United States steam, cr Missouri, sunk in tho liai hour of Gibralter. Mr. Cowen will commence his operation« in tho harbour of Sebastopol next spring." , Maritime Hegister. ' Tho first of two small gun boats for the use of the i 'Police ordered somo time ago lins been launched, and the other will 1« ready in u day or two. They have been built by Messrs. Tivendulc and Co., and premiso to be very etlicicut craft, going fast cither with oar or ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 4 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENGE. CHAIRMAN OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR LAUNCESTON. The Governor has been pleased to   appoint Mr. R. P. Adams to the offices of Chairman of Quarter Sessions and Commisioner of the Court of Requests for the Northern Division of the Island, in succession to Mr. J. C. Gregson, appointed Attorney General. The Baino learned gentleman's, name, as a matter of, course, is inserted in the Commision of the Peace for the Territory RATES OF PILOTAGE. - The Governor by a Proclamation, published in yesterdays Gazette has   notified, that the existing rates of pilotage on vessels entering into, and departing from the Port of Launceston, shall be altered, from the 1st of April next, as here   under mentioned:- Sailing Vessels, One Shilling per   registered Ton. Steamers, Sixpence per registered Ton. POLICE ROSTER. - The magistrate whose duty it is to attend at the Police Office this day is W. G. Elliston Esq.; to-morrow, (Thursday) the duty will ...

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