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

SORELL RACES. These races have gone off with an eclat rarely, if ever, surpassed. The weather has been most propitious ; and the racing of a character perhaps never excelled. The course on each day presented a most animating scene. Large numbers arrived from Pittwater and the surrounding localities, whilst upwards of 100 of our sporting citizens proceeded in the Monarch to join in the festivities and enjoy- ments prepared. The following is a list of the event of each races : FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. Jos Gard's Ragged Jack . 4 4 11 Mr. Hodgson's a.m. Joey Gougcnhcim 3 12 2 Mr. B. Beardon's b.m. Queen. 1 2 3 4 MB. BOMFORD'S CUP   Mr. B. Joseph's ban. Stranaer .......,....< 1 Mr. J. Watson's b.g. Highland Laddie . 5 SORELL PLATE Mr. W. Kearney's b.ra. Fairy Queen, 4 yra ... 1 1 Mr. D. Stanwtd, blkh. Phantom 4 yrs . 2 3 Mr. Lowes's Balaklava -..'. 8 2 PUBLICAN'S PURSE Mr. Kearney's b.m, Fleúr-de-Lis 4 yrs ......... 1 1 Mr. Hodgson's b.c. Boyal, aged.,&amp...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identity our opinions with those of our correspondents To the Editor of the Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

¡ ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not Identity our opinions wttli tUosa ol our correspondents To the Editor of the Mercury. SIR,-As I have reason to suppose that there are very erroneous reports entertained respecting Oeorgo Nixon, who was executed last Tuesday moruing.I shall feel obliged if you will allow tho following plain nar- rative to appear in your paper, us it may be well for the publie to be put in possession of what took placo whilst he was under sentence to dio. Tuesday 10th ulto. I was requested to visit Nixon in the Quoi, he up to that time not having been a mem bor of my church. Before entering on any subject, 1 begged of him not to give me any information, either directly or indirectly, as to his guilt or innocence, lest ho should declare himself to be innocent although in fact guilty. I found him to be extremely ignorant and lost no time in striving to instruct bim, as did also my friend tho Vicar Gonoral, on tho great andfundomental truths of religion-such as the ex...

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

A. I. O. O Fellows. LOYAL TASMANIA YOUTHS LODGE KINGSTON No. 2. N anniversary d;nncr of the above lodge will be held nt Host Fisher's Retreat Inn Kingbton Thursday the J tub Maich, the undermentioned brothers have been appointed Stewards. Br. Keene V. G. Br. Hat rison J5r. Gillon P. G. Br. W. Lucas P. G. Br. Rowe J. W. Br. W. Fisher N. G. Host Fisher. Tickets I(k Cd. each, to be had of Brother Riley, Victoria Tavern, Murray-street, and Brother .Jones, Liverpool-slrcot, «nd of the Stewards. Hwncr on the Table at G o'clock. K. ST! WtKT, lion. Sec. 7th Maich, 1657. AUTUMN GOODS NOW OPENING BY W. W. W H I T E. AT 'JUE IJONDON DRAPERY »TART, Richly trimmed silk, satin, velvet, and col'd straw Iran nets Mourning bonnet«, and an excellent variety of the coloured straw bonnels which have been to generally WODI ¡it home for autumn wear A very neat selection of bonnet ribbons Feathers, flown«, cap fronts Blond dress cups Cambric collars Habit shirts sleeves, und habit sets Dress goods A large...

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

Steam to and from New Norfolk THE favourite steamer MONARCH leaves Kew Norfolk DAILY duimg die Summer months »t7 30 a.m, Bndscwater 830, and It est Down at 9 15 arriving in town about ten o'clock ; and re ture« to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at half-patt three p.m. daily r A H ps, Saloon. Fore cabin. Tp*r from New Norfolk 5s 4i Bridgewater and Compton 3s 2s Rest Down. 2s LUTTRELL & WISE, Proprietors (BP* All consignments and orders from the cowl try punctually and faithfully attended to. Tile Eagle Une of Packets THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA yjGATlON COMPANY'S THE GREAT BRITAIN. b~> ' 3500 tons, 500 horse-power, " ÍQHÑ,GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, " l Will he dispatched for Liverpool. . -' _j ' EARLY IN MARCH. Fer freight or passape apply to Messrs BRIGH1 BROS. Melbourne ; or to W. KNIGHT, Ne« Wlwr: EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL ,MAIL COMPANY ('Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Stein» Chips belonging to the Company will lie dis- patched from Hob8on's Bay «...

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

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING TUE RKSOLUXE, DISCOVERY Snir.-It being known that the arctic discovery ship Resoluto is on her voyage to Portsmouth, officered and manned by u crew of the United States navy, considerable interest is felt as to her anivnl, and some stops are being taken to pay a suitable compliment to those who navigate her home, and also to the Government and nation that have done the giaeeful act of making her u present to this couutiy. '1 he story of the disappointment of the hope« of the country mid of the world, in tho rescue of Sir John Franklin and his crow, of tho nntimeVy death ol poor John Bcllot, the abandonment of the Kosolutioii in tho ico, the extatoid'mary finding of her 1200 mile., ft oin where she was lett hard und fast, and of the unpleasant controversy that ensued as to the necessity of abandoning her, ure all full in remembrance-. Ata meeting of the Town Council of Poi tsinouth, on the 8th instant, the subject of pBying some mark of respect was introduced b...

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

CHINA. We have a file of Hong Kong pape/s. to the 30th of December, from which, we make the following extracts : Canton, 13th December, 1856 Thc transit duty houses immediately Avest of the factories are down. There was another cause for their removal. The river steamer Fie ma's bill-poster, whilst engaged in his vo- cation near tho upper Custom House, announ- cing the hour of the steamer's intended de- parture, was attacked and cut down with a long knife. This, with what occurred before, filled the measure,of iniquity ; and Capt. Hall made short work of it. ^ Both houses were heaps of ruins before sundown _ last evening. Several prisoners were made, including the dastard who struck the blow, and five who were in his company, one of them the petty Mandaiin, that used to frighten the boat people so much. Shot and shell from the Dutch Folly have been going into the city for several hours to-day. The attack on the Cus- tom Houses, like all others under Admiral Seymour's directions, was...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. Before Mr. Thomas Giblin, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. Before Mr. Thomas Giblin, Esq. Isight Charges.-There were but three Bacchanalians to be dealt with this morning -one was fined £1 being his first offence; one female for her sixth, and one fur her seventh offence were each sent into contemplation for seven days. One brawler would rather pay iUve shillings than have any " bother "-al- though he denied the charge ; and Charles Willingby for having no visible means of subsistence was sent to the House of Correc- tion for s'iven diys. A man named Al ker «vas fined £5 for indecency. Refusing to Work.-Catherine Franklin ?was charged by her mnster, Mr. Willing,with refusing to work. She would do nothing un- less he gave her a pass, The prisoner stated -that her mistiess had promised her a pass to co to the Factory. The bench sent her there for 3 montis. Absconding.-Thomas Whitehead for ab- sconding was sent to gonl for 12 months ; « Samuel Davenport for the same offence for 9 months; and Ann McMenery also for a...

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LATEST FROM VICTORIA. DESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

LATEST FROM VICTORIA. DESIGNATION OF THE -MI N 1ST BY. M'e are in receipt of Melbourne Journals to Wednes- day la->t. Victoria, like ourselves, has been brought to a '* dead lock" in tho administration of tho aftVirs of the Country, owing to the greedy mauoeuvering of a few " needy plnco hunters," The following from the Argus of the 1th fully explains the causo which in- duced tho Ministry to.resign. " .DEFEAT OP THE MINISTRY. The public will learn with very considerable surprise that last evening, in the House of Assembly, Mr. O' Shannssy, without previous notice, moved u voto of censure mid want of confidence against the Ministry, mid that in a very full Houso the motion was carried by ii majority of 3'ix-the numbers being 23 to Í2S), including tlio Speaker, there were hi the house flfty-thive members; mid it is a remarknblo fact Unit only one member, Mr Rutherford, was absent that could have been present, and Mr. Rutherford is on leave ol' absence. The remaining six (ci debunt...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. March 6-Friends, «eh., 58, Johnson, Melbourne, 27th ult., willi timber, &c. Agenta-Phillips, und »eck. 6-Pryde, briir, 203, Harrison from whaling with 35 tuns sperm oil, henea lath Feb., 1836. Agent Mrs. Seal. U-Glencoe, barque, loO, Johnson from Port Albert, 28lh ult., with cattle and sheep. Passengers-Mr. M'Ardel, Agent-Master. 6-Louisiuna, barque, 2-19, Gardner, from Laun- ceston, with sundries. Agents - Macpherson and Francis. flth-Freak, schooner, 94 tons, Irvine, from Geelong cabin-Mr /l.iUlnin. . (Jill-Scotia, brigimtinc 118 tons, Tregurtha, from Melbourne. Cabin-.Messrs Thompson (2). March 7th-Deacon Government schooner, 100 tons Nicholson from Port Arthur with timlier and stone for tho New Government House. March 8th-Oom, schooner, 120 tons, Baker, from Melbourne via Macquarie Harbour. Cargo Pine. Agent Risby. March 8th-Favourite, barque. 197 tons Simpson from Neivcnstle (N.S.W.) 1st instant, with 260 tons of coals. Agent Master, MarchSth-Taba...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND COURT. Before Joseph Hone Esquire, Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 March 1857

COURT OF REQUESTS. FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND COURT   Before Joseph Hone Esquire, Commissioner. The following Jury was sworn :-Messrs. C. J. D. Bowden, F. Anderson.Georgo Dexter and M. Fitzgerald. HALL V B.UCEIt. .«.»-. Mr. Crisp for tho plaintiff, briefly explained tlio case to the Jury : the action wa» one for trespass, by the commission of an unlawful act in destroying and injuring some Spanish fowls, which tlio plaintiff,Mr. C. W. Hall, had i nported at a considerable «cpence. Tlio de- fendant bad a field, adjoining tho pace, where the fowls werf kept, «ml on one or two occa- sions, they Accidentally wandered into it, and were destroyed by the defendant. The plain- tiff cloiined'thirtoen guineas for the fowls ;one of them, a hen, was valued at 5 guineas, aud four others were valued at 2 guineas each. The defendant bad pleaded three pleas; fiív-t, that he wa« legally authorized to destroy the fowls ; secondly, that the damages were ex- cessive, and thirdly, that the plaint...

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

PRESENTATION. On Friday a number of gentlemen, including Capt. Chamberlayne, Capt. Bateman, the Messrs Nicholas, Murray, Hall, Whitcomb, Moses, Holbird, R. Cleburne, Riley, Davies, Berry, Gerrand, Oldham, Trump, Jones, and a number of others, met at the Derwent   Hotel for the purpose of presenting a purse of fifty sovereigns to D.C. Beresford for his zeal in bringing to justice the murderer of the late Henry Chamberlayne. Alfred Nicholas Esq., M.H.A. was called to the chair. He stated that he had invited their atten- dance there to witness the presentation of a purse of 60 sovereigns which he was deputed by Captain Chamberlayne to present to D.C. Berrisford: and he would, without harrowing their feelings by dwelling upon the horrible details of the late tragedy read the address, which had been prepared, ADDRESS.   Hobart Town, March 6, 1857. SIR, - The last scene in the horrible Kingston tragedy having been closed by the conviction and execution &n...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.     SIGNS or THE TIMES.-There are many circumstances, and many objects, which ex- emplify too truly, the universal depression which at present prevails. To those who have resided in the colony for any length of time, the chango which has taken place is painfully evident. It pervades all classes ; and every department of trade is affected by it. The exodus which is still going on-old friends departing-mt« and families, who, from their long residence, had become a portion of the colony itself, arc wresting then selves from old associations and ties, leaving their places empty. The hurry and bustle which cheer- fully animated our citizens is gone, and a gloomy resignation-unilluraincd with any scintillation ofhope-has usurped its place. The discovery of a profitable gold-field, which has long been a " hope deferred," is well nigh abandoned ; and thoso whose dispositions were the most sa"guine, enquire-with a shrug of credulity-Where will al...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

HOBART TOWN PBJCE CUttREtfr Corrected up to floe\o'ploeh on Saturday Evening last ALE Sr BEEB-(aholsale) Ale, Bass's No 2 per.doz ítl HJs.Od Worthington and Bobinson's No'¿ 'per Juli ,01 Os Od Atsopp'sNo Z.perhhd 19 Os Od Dillp'paie East India per Mid ,10 5f Od do fil'10* t'd Other brands per Mid IS 10* Od to 19 Alsopp's per dozen ll*,6d to ll*6rf Byass's Us Gd to Us lid Duckworth's Iii ßd to Ut 5d Bryant and Davis's 12* ( d lo 13* Orf Marzetli's I li Orf lo li» Qd llibbert's 10s-Cd to 10* Od Otherbottlcrs.Us to I2i. Porter, Barclay's, per Mid 17 is 0 to fl AOs Elliott and Walney's per Mid Hi 0« Orf to VI 0* Oilier brands lit 10s Od to 17 Os Od Tmeman's X per lilid 16 5s Od to lu Ss Od Trueman'* XX per ,hhdU> 10« Od lo lu 15* t'rf Taylors' stoat per Mid li 0* "ti to Vi 10* Od Byass't quarts per doz 12» ßd to ,13» Orf V'hitbread's stout per dot lîs IM lo 12* Od Marzelli's porter per doz lif* Od io lis Bruant and Davis's per doz 11« Odio 11« Orf Other pouters per doz 1"¿ Orf lo ,11...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

Our, datos foin Sydney aro to Hu '¿ti ¡mt. Trade appears to bo quiet, and without change. Tile following is fro'.'n.tbc Empire : , Messrs. Bawden und ïlirulkold held an extensive sale of Hobart TJWII limber, es Rapid ; tiiuro was largo uttendanej of the trade. -Owing, wo believe, to the advices from one of our leading auctioneers, the Hobart Town People now supply their, timber in cut- tings and lengths suitable to trade requirements here. The subjoined prices obtained at the auction of this day affords substantial proof that they have\ at length adopted a course which, in a peeuuiary point of view, will prove more satisfactory than late quotations, Quartering, .! x 2£ inches, 'J lo 2+ feet lcngth-y, at 17s. 3d., running measurement j joisls, 0 x 2£ inches G^ x 2i ditto, li lo 21 fecc lengths, all at 15s. 3d. superfi- cial measurement.' joi.-ts, 7 x 2\ iuclies, 8x !i± ditto, 7 x 8 ditto, M to21loet lengths, taken together at 13s. 9d. ]ier superficial loot ; battens, 0 to l8 feet, fo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

THEATRE BOYAL. FAREWELL BENEFIT OP A3] 8 S AJHELA.ilE, Sid night of the Fairy E\lr ivaga-us of L ist night but one of the Sisters ADELAIDE and JOIJY GOUUENHElM. In consequence of their depui ture by the City of Hobart IMMENSE SUCCESS OF CINDERELLA I ! 11 THIS.EVENING-, WEDNESDAY, MARCH li) The pirfurm mees will elm nenco with, for the 3rd time the celebrated Fairy Extravaganza, of CINDEKELLAÜ CINDERELLA.M.ss ADELAIDE PRINCE RODOLl'B . Miss JOEY fo conclude with, fortín llrsl time in this Colony, a drama of intense interest, CLARISSE ! OK, THE FOSTER SISTERS!! CLVRISSE . MISS ADELAIDE ANNETTE . MISS JOEV Nights of Performance, Monda}, Tuesday, Wednesday 'Thursday and Ti ¡day. SSSTPrivute Boxes,£2 2s ; or 5i a Singlo Ticket j Dress Boxes, 4s j Pit 2s ; liallery Is. No Half pike. Chil- dren in urins not admitted. Doors open at half past seven o'clock, performance to commencent eight precisely. Box office open daily from olovon to four o'clock where only private boxe, can bo secured, Th...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE Br way of Mauritius we have news from the Cape to the 19th December. The latest intelligence from the frontier describes the Kafirs as being in a very unset- tled state, diminishing their means of subsis- tence and not cultivating their ground. Sever as isolated attacks liad been made and rob- beries committed by ttiem which caused much uneasiness.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

LATEST DATES. tëugliuid . San Francisco . Now ¥urk . Cupe of Good llupo. Mum i tim. Singapoie. Ceylon. China . Calcutta. Bombay . Valparaiso . Australian Colonies, vii : Victoria. Sydney. Adelaide '.:.. New Zealand. Western Australia. 1st. Dec. 22nd. Dee. 28th. Nov. 19th. Dec. Gth. Jan. 23rd. Nov. 6th. Nov. 30 th. Dec. 27th. Nov. 20th. Oct. 20th. Oct. 7th. Mar. 3rd. Mar. 28th. Feb. 4t't. Feb. 31st. Jan.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have intelligence from this colony to the 27th ultimo. The greatest excitement seems io have been occasioned by the rellim ks of Mr. Justice Boothby at the trial of Dr. Popham for rape A public meeting had been held, at which 1200 persons were present, and a scries of résolutions condemning the course pursued hv the judge were cirried without opposition. The memorial, which we now subjoin, was also adopted : ' To the Honourable the House of Assombly, in Par- liament assemble!. ' The memorial of the undersigned, inhabitants of the .Province of South Australia, " KcSpectfully shewetlt " That your memorialists have viewed with surprise and rcgiet the line of conduct pur- sued by his Honor the Acting Chief Justice as Judge at the criminal Sittings held 011 Fri- day and Saturday, the 20th and 21st day of February in the present year. " That your memoralists feel it their solemn I duty to resist by every constitutional means such an unwarrantable, unjust, and arbitra...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

MEltCÜRY. piíMísIirtf íficúrtmn, Ulctincsaatj &jFriöau WEDNESDAY MOHNEVO. MARCH 11,1S57. " UNDER no form can taxation in itself be considered a good ; it is a payment for a good, and it ought to be cheerfully made, on account of the valuable return to be obtained foi* the purchase money. We shall do well however to inquire which among all"the methods of raising taxes are those that occasion the smallest privation or inconvenience in return for the protection they are the means of pro curing." These words, which occur in a chapter of the Dean of Hereford's admi- rable little work on the phenomena of industrial life, are peculiarly applicable to the local circumstances of the day. There is much outcry concerning taxation and expenditure : aud it seems to be very generally conceived that our system of raising a revenue occasions the greatest privation and inconvenience, and its ex- penditure affords the least possible return for the purchase money which that revenue may bo supp...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 March 1857

MAURITIUS. WE have received the Commercial Gazette of the Oth January, from which we take the following. "The Legislative Council met this morning (5th January) with closed doors, under the titlo of a Committee of the whole Council, to discuss the draft of a'report on the late despatch of the Indian Government stopping immigra- tion. Tho report as presented, after ably re- plying f o'several parts of the despatch, and rather weakly to others, concluded by recom- mending that Flat Island should be retained as a quarantine station, but then when Flat Island was inaccessible Cannoniers' Point should be made available for cholera patients. Objections wore raised to this recommendation and the large majority decided that in such a case the vessel or vessels with disease on board should anchor at the Bell Buoy. At 3 o clock the Council met with open doors ; the report as altered was read by Mr. Arbuthnot, and after an observation from Mr Souper against the alteration and some complimentar...

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