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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEEDING AT TUE WIEAUE.-The stealing of timber, coal, and other portable articles from tho wharf has reached mi extent almost incredible. Tho modo of operation is as follows :-a number of boys, e\idonrly acting in concert, aie continually prowling about for prey, and on coining to n pile of palings, laths or other timber, tlioy contrive to abstract somo of the pieces, which thoy convoy to a retired spot, and break- ing them np, c irry them away in bags, providod for the purpose. Ono person bus informed us, that within these few days, bo has lost, by theso means, somo pounds worth of property, placed openly by tho dock tor shipment, and ou looking for a constable, not ono waa to bo found. There is great laxity, in this lospcet on tho wharf, although a constable,B.issott by'name, is specially appointed to keep watch and w.ud over tho property of the liegos. Somolimo ago several boys were brought before tho Polico bench, charged with stealing ginger beer bottlo«, coa...

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THE ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

THE . ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE. (From tho Times) " Wo are every day accused by the French press of a wish to put an end to the Anglo-Fiench alliance. Since our denials of any such wish avail nothingjlot U3 invite our angry accusers to consider the probabilities of the case. vVith what conceivable ohjeot should we de- sire to exchange our present relations with Fiance for that discord and suspicion which, without any fault of ours, overclouded the intercourse between the two countries during the latter years of Louis Phillippo ? Is it our wish to bo isolated in Europe ? or, if we seek for another ally where are we to lind one whoso friendship is £0 important to us.hy reason of power and proximity,-so able to assist if friendly, so able to hurt if hostile ? Where shall we find a power whose views on foreign policy so nearly coincide with ourown ? On most questions our interests aro identical, and when not CK ictly identical are separated by so slight a division as to be easily concili- a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

8team to and from New Norfolk THE favourite »tourner MON AUCH leaves New Norfolk DAILY during the Summer months ?t 7 80 a.tn, Bridgewater 830, and Best Down nt 9 W, arriving in town about ter» o'clock ; and re. turn» to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at half-past three p.m. daily FARES, Saloon. Fore cabin. T« or from New Norfolk 5» 4s Bridgewater and Compton 3« 2s Rest Down. ?s LUTTRELL & Wist, Proprietor! HT All consignments and orders from the coun- try punctually and faithfully attended to. The Eagle Une of Packets THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA- VIGATION COMPANY'S THE aSBAT BRITAIN, , 8500 toM, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, , Will be dispatched for Liverpool. , . ^ EARLY IN MARCH., Fer 'fteigbt or passage apply to Messrs BIUGH I BROS. Melbourne ; or to W. KNIGHT, New Whnrl EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ( Limited) The following, nr othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company will be dis- patched from Hobson's Bay with her Majes...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner F. Browne In re George Hayes. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Boforo Mr. Commissioner 1?. Browne In re George Hayes. r,' First meeting of creditors. The following debt was.proved:-William Jones, £57, on a promissory Note. T The Insolvent was examined by Mr. McMinn on behalf of the Creditor, William Jones : lie stated, that ho was married to Mrs. Mary Aim Williams ; lie did not know, whether slio had a lease of the Cross Koys public house, where ¡>he resides ; tlieio is a shop next door, which is let by bib wife, aud four tenements behind; the weekly rents, altogether, amount to £114s ; the license ol tho publie house is not paid.' The meeting was» adjourned, and for du cluigo, to Wednesday the 18th instant. In re James Sayers- - First meeting of Creditors. The following debt was proved :-H. Lips- combe, £129 5s lid; balanco of account ,for goods sold and delivered, and money paid;' admitted as a claim. The insolvent was ordered to file au account of his receipts and expenditure for 12 months, and the meeting adjo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

MAYOK'S COURT -His Woislup held his tt»o»l vkcukly Coml¿u»tudu) bevcral parties nppeu ftd inaiwrtoi lo summonses loi tho non piyincut of rates and tach hu 1 thou tuso mercifully udjudicated upon Some hnil timo allon o 1, and some lind tho rutes r« nitted m a nounfc Th ro were tot two mformntions ono ugamsti Mrs Muir ty for permitting tliroo gouts to b3 »t largo tor uliich n fino of 5s cieb and exponeos was impure 1 mid another ugiiiust Sir Mooic, for leav in; bricks on tho public putliu ty, »Inch wa s allowed »y the reqnpifc of the défendant to stund over till next utting ftneral ¡ictsonswho had bien summoned did UPlappear CLEBURNE, EDWARDS AND CLEBURNE ABE DESIROUS of bunging to the notice of thcu Customusand the Public goneially that the} liavo suc- ceeded m bclcctmg with tho gi tatest care and attention fiom the Goods niipoited per 'JOHN HANKS,' 'BENGAL" 'GREAI TASMANIA, ' andothci \cssclb of icccnfc armai to tin» colony tho follow ny aitu Lu of the choicest dcbcrip llOll V17 - E...

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MUSIC FOR THE MILLION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

MUSIC FOR THE MILLION. We are extremely gratified to perceive, that nu attempt ie muting to test the tote and feeling of the multitude in tho mattci of Musical Bntortninments,tho idea we find, having bee» tiken from the pai formalice of cheap concerts irt the Mother country. 'Ilia huma- nizing and nincKorating influence of the "concord of sweet sounds''has been proved since the ancient days of Orpheus, whose lyre wus almost, omnipotent, and, even, in later times, our grnfl' old critic and lexico- grapher Dr. Johnson has promulgated the following denunciation j " The man, who has not Music in lils soul, is fit tor treison, stratagems and spoils." Con greve too sa*, s somo'biiig of its pdWcr to rend the knotted oak, and split the rugged rock, so that its power and influence aro sufficiently attested. Leaving ancients and moderns on ono side, howovcr.wo como at once to tho scheme annotmco 1 to furnish good ilude, nfc a very cheap price, to tho community at large. The object is highly m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 March 1857

W O fJ'JL' L' Í Y'S, UPiiOLSTBBY "AND"'CARPET WIM j^íaí}B 4-2 MACQUARIE STRE i£T -«.?..« HRíeeiwí, perlât« armai-, Diawii ^"^ aTl(j Dining-roon. BRUSSELS C^BPETS) ^Velvet Pile, Tapestry jw,,,^ an(J FLOOR u ft © T H For Rooms, Hall!, Md I)n8Sage<i-from 1 foot VH> Cmc1'.es to 21 feet wide. 1110V BEDSTEADS . . Of VARIOUS DE8CRIPTI0IIS, < A Large stock of Cabinet and Upholstery Furniture always on Hand. Fcb 7. Jost Received per "Bengal," AN ASSOBTUEKX OF MEN'S JLND BOYS' CLOTHING ALSO I/.UHES'&CIUL»RLiVSB09TS&SII0ES AT T. Mc C|» »MAC It'», WINDSOR HOUSE Corner Liverpool and Harrington streets 'March 5. To Stone Masons. /niENDIÎRS are invite I for tho Masonry of a ^ Citliohc Chut eli, at Brighton. Plans and ape -cihcitiont, can bo seen, on application lo the Archi- tect, l <? Ma. If. HUNTER, 120 Miiujuaric-Btrcct. All tenders must be sent in on oi beioie the 2,'itli '. «of this in until. Wu. HALL, V.G. .Hobart Town, Mardi 4th, 1857. Pub...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to fice o'clock on Saturday Beening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

HOBART TOWN PJUCE OH RUE NT Corrected np to fice o'clock ou Saturday Beening last ALE .i' BEER-fiiho/saleJ Ale, Ban's Ko 2 peí- dos ia la» Od V'orthiuglon and Robinson's No li per Mid 01 Ps ad Ahopp'sNo a, per Mid tit Os Od Ditto pale EM/ India per hhd 19 St (Id lo lit 10s -d Other brand* per hhd IU IO« Od to li) Altopp't por dozen 11« Cid to 11* Bd Byass's J li lid to \\s «</ Dnclmorlh'e \U Od to Us od Bryant ami JUnvis's 12» I d to I3i Od Monett!'» Iii Od lo Us Od ffibberl's 10« OU io 10s Od Other boltlers.Us lo lis. Verter, Barclays, per IM It 5s 0 to li IV* Elliott dud Watney'êper hhd It! r? Od to 17 Os Ollurr brands Hi 10* Od lo 77 0* Of' Trueman'* X per Mid IO Ss Vd to /O' 5i Cd Trueman'* XX p&r hhd lb 10s, (Id lo IU 15* id Taylors' stovt per hhd li Os '<d to IT 10« OdBgau's QUOI ts per dos 12» Gd to 18t dil ir/ii/lncad's stout per doz 12» Od to 12* Od Mdrzetti's porter per dos li* Od to \2s Bryant and Ltaeis's per doz Us Od to Us Od Other bottier...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

? We quote from the " Empire" of the 28th ult. The spirit markes has been inactive and denotes a total absence of any speculation. Bnmdy bos passed into a few hands who hold large parcels. We hear of one firm having no less than somo 700 hogsheads in bond, and are daily expecting further arrivals. Not withstanding these large stocla, we cannot nt present 'see any immediate prospect of tv riso in this urtiele. , We have had II considerable addition to our stocks of flour by the arrival of the Tropic, from New Xork, the entire cargo is for Messrs. Lamb, Parbury, und Co', which firm, it is said, do not feel incluiod tt> seU at present rate«. The millers ftill continue the samo quotations as those given «ome weeks Iwek. The Gov- ernment tenders for supplies, which will be sent in on the first proximo, may prcbalily have some influence on the market, and as is usually the case, raise the price of flour. We notice that maize las taken nu extraordinary rise of from 5s. to 8a. Gd.pcr bus...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Our Adelaide papers aro to the 27th ultimo. The flour market was lower, under tho influouco of lute ad- vices from this side. Wo subjoin the latest circular of Mr. Cowie : The tendency downward of prices for dour in Mel- bourne and Sydney, us shown by the lust accounts, bus induced buyers of wheat to operate more cautiously, iiudlquute wheat its worth 5s. to as. 3d. in town to-day. The «nival of a good quantity of Hour from cauntry mills simultaneously with discouraging advices of neighbouring markets, Iris eased prices somewhat for country brands, and, at the reduced (suy £U to £14 10s.)some good sized lots have changed hands, There is still a goad inquiry for brau. A few lots of Cape barley have changed hands at current rates, but in oats no transactions are reported. VICTOKIA. (From tho Uerahi) Wa derive much satisfaction from being eiiahlcd to report that the past week has witnessed a marked im- provement in business ; and that considerable activity lias been ma...

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STATE OF NAPLES. (From the Times Correspondent.) Naples, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

STATE OF NAPLES. (From the Times Correspondent.) Naples, December 5. I have received a list of the names of those who were amnestied at tne Council of State on November 27, though up to the morning of the 2nd December no notice of thom had been received at the offices of the Minister of Grace audkusticej whether, therefore, mercy is suspended I cannot tell. The names of those fully pardoned are-Laudadio, Passaro, Lettieri,Gogluccia,Modio, ßiccliutit, two brothers Cota, Oliva, Carforo, Leonard Porta (a long time in concealment aud para lytic; he is a literary man), Maningola, Frischillo, Dorsa, Degenuaro (a prisoner iu Montefusco), Viscione, Sanuuzzi. Punishment commuted to exile from tbe kingdom :-Leanza (nephew of Lieutenant Colonel Leauza, who was arrested on the 19th May, 1812, and died in prison on the 10th August, 1851), and Bonelt, a rich land- holder of Barlettn. Contrary to what I stated in my last, these are not all political prisoners, but intermixed with them are or- dina...

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Departures of the Mall Ships. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

Qenarturcs of tljc ¿Hall S bips. JHIP MAILS will ha closed at this ollie; us i J under : For London, via Stitz and Marseilles, per European, on or about the 10th infinit. For Loudon, via Suez and Southampton, per European, on o- about the lOlh instant. For the Mediterranean Ports, via Su:¿, peí European, on or about the I Oth instant. For India, vin Melbourne, per European, on or about the lilli instant.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Tenders in du'.iiicato will be received at tho Com- missariat Office, Hobart Town, until 12 o'clock on Tuesday next, thelOtli iustuit, for the undermentioned Articles and Wbidcs : LEA]}. Three rolls of Milled Lead, 41bs. per foot superficial, for the service of the Royal Engineer Department. WOUKS and ABTICIE3. For tho pcrformun-e of such Works and Articles us may be required by the Royal Engineer Department nt Hobart Town or at Launceston for a period of ono year from the 1st April 1857, in cither of the undermentioned Trades, vi/. : C'AIirEMTH BllICKLAYEIl MASON PLUMBER PAINTER & GLACIER Pi/ASieiiEit SMTM Tondors will, also, be received at the same time, and for tho same period for tho supply ot tho following materials ut Hobart Town : LIME, slocked, well burnt, per bushel. "1 Ditto, uuslaeked, ditto,, n ditto \ delivered. LDUSTOKE, unburnt, per load of 22 tallis.,) < RUM.-Tenders in duplicate will be received at tho same office until noon on ...

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. The Fairy Extravaganza of Cinderella, after duo preparation, will be displayed this evening in a style ol' lnngnificence and splendour, not hitherto witnessed on these boards. The piece is strongly cast, comprising the whole power of the Company, and exhibiting the Sisters in altogether, a new aspect, Miss Adelaide as the heroine, Cinderella, and Miss Joey as Prince Rudolph. The Music is varied, and well adap- ted to the extragavanza character of the per- formance, while the new Scenery and novel effects by Opie, the machinery and transfor- mations, by Fairy aid, and the dresses, will astonish the audience by their brilliancy and beauty. The Fairy corps is numerous, and the manner in which the whole has been "-got up," and arranged/judging, that is,by the re- hearsals, will form an attraction, that has never beon excelled ; in a word, we have booked Cinderella for a "run," and a " run" it will have. We have to remind our theatrical friends,that the engagement of the S...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

LATEST DATES. England ....... San Francisco ...:. New York .'. ... Cape of Good Hope. Mauritius. Singapore. Ceylon. China. Calcutta .. Hominy. Valparaiso. Australian Colonies.^ viz : Victoria . Sjduey. Adelaida. New Zealaud... Western Australia. Ist. Dee. 22nd. Dee. 28th. Nov. loth. Dee. Gib. Jan. 23rd. Nov. Gth. Nov. 30th. Dee. 27th. Nov. 20th. Oct. 20th. Oct. 4lh. Mar. 28th. Fob. 27th. Feb. 4t'i. Feb. Bist. Jan.

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

AGEHiZ'S FOB THIS JOURNAL. ßobarlon.Mr. Lam.-anee Elizabsth-slrcet " .Georgs Bart, Liverpool-btreet Kangaroo Point .Mr Leake Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, und Longjord. Mr G Steiuarl Green Ponds ,r...".. Mr Speed Franklin,and the Huon .:....:. Mr Greig Sorell, Pittoater and Forcett . Mr jteiutt Melbourne, Tlcloria .Messrs. Gurdon ami Gqtch London, Ireland, Scotland .Messrs F- Algar LiverpoL i and the Isle of Ma» .Messrs Wilmet Hie Met~ury is published every Monday Wednesday and Friday morning ut 5 o'clock. " Tho Notices for clams to tirants ol Land uro published officially under the authority of the Caveat Boan!. ¡ Tile Cluurgo for subscriptions to this Newspaper, ii £1164 cash ; Iii 2b per annum credit ; or 9s mid 10s 6d respectively per quarter. , Hie Clmrgo toradvcitiscinents is Is and fid per inch fo, eil. h Insertion, Advcrtiteiiiouts not exceeding tbirt\ words or hail' an inch, ure charged one bliillin¿ each iiiaoi lion. To vegutar advertiser-., 15 per cent w...

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THE MERCURY. Published monday, wednesday & friday MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

THE MERCURY. ïîuulisIirtJ fHoriöan., öjääeuitcäoaa #jFrfOau MONDAY MOllVIXG. MARCH 0, 1857. OXK ol' tlie great difliculties. which the Government of this Colony have to encounter, is that of i roviding employment to retain at least some respectable mechanical labour in the country, without entailing the no jos-ity of special taxation to meet the cons-qtienfc ex- penditure. There is no doubt, that were some portion of our public funds applied to what are called Reproductive Works the Colony would bs beuedtted by the outlay. For not only would the service of a decent budy ol' mechanics be rjtained but the reproach that weean lind no permutent employment for such pera jil 3 would bj to a great estent removed. This in its turn would lead to a more regular emigration liithar of this class of labor: and, as no class eûmes unaccompanied, KO we might reasonably expect that the immi- grants would not be entirely confined to the description wo have mentioned. And again, the attractions of the...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office Saturday Evening. Tbc dullness of trade continues without much abate- ment, and in bi eudstutts no fuither demand exists, than is actually needed for present consumption with a downward tendency. Oats however, are in rather brisk demand fur export, and English burley is readily purchased .it from 7s Od to 8s for prime samples. Potatoes are slightlyou the rt-o for good, sonnd qual- ities, the grub, we regret to state, having ufTeeted se- veral largo crops : £0 10s is giveii for tlio best kinds. Hoy is in demand for exportation, bnt~ the quality brought to market ib not of tlio, best kind. Onions will realise from £5 to £6 for sound, keeping qun'ities, and are lather scarce.' Timber has slightly advanced, largo quantities be- ing required for exportation ! the supply is better, than it has recently bean. , The following Sales by Auction have taken place during tho week : At tile Cross Marsh, on Wednesday, Messrs. Brent and Westbroo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

SALES BY MJ{ LEWI«» Tuettlay, i I */ Jj>> ti Wnhuiit Resorvc MB It M LLWIS H »s h tell favoured with iu>iiuction* from Mr Janies Jackson to dispose of by public miction on lb* promises on PitID\Y 21st vT Apr|l, pud (alionmg day«, al 1'.' o'clock rpHCylwltc\\>n e\te»civt StoUt, t-oinpilaing l_ every article in>ui llv fourni in n hist rate couu try »lore Also î y< um liase of the prcin'iea n liich .*. dthghtftitly kltuite "( the centie of Hamilton Township, commanding uti unintirruptcd view of that part ei tlieconiiliy.ftiit d hy the flirt peolopists of tíic ¿ay tp le the futuie gold luid of I HHiinnm, and m the diiect i vu, tv the Gordon Country by way of Dunrobin Hnd¿e winch l» nearly fini lied Th{ house is bin It of cut stone, und contuins !) rptink, huge shop und .'torc, bakehouse fitted will) . Àr*t-rale pven kitchen del iclied, serv nits rooms, .ut-houtes, garden nuidoeks, &e Sic Catalogues will he »«led, dud lunch nrov did Tha fat« on viiw two ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

LATEST EPBOPEAN. jj AN EMPERO« IN A FIX.-When the Em- peror Napoleon returned to Paris from Piont* blcres, sa) s a Paris correspondent, the great dignitaries of the state, directors of the raiUny, &c, were drawn up to receive him. At the same time the proper functionaries hastened to open the door of the carriage. But loathe door would'nt open. Thev.oodhad swollen or the lock and hinges liad got out of order, or something or other had occurred, it is not known exactly what ; but open the door wonli not. Director after director, minister alter minister, dignitary after dignitary, tugged at it, hut with uo other result than to make themselves very hot and uneomlortable. tHii Imperiil Majesty of France remained a pris- oner ! At last, finding all efforts vain, it was proposed to employ force, but the Emperor, who felt himself in rather a ludicrous position, determined not to wait, and he took the resolve to jump through the window. Assisted by the people within, and received in...

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