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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. (From the Journal of Commerce.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. (From tho Journal of Commerce.) Fiotoato Grain.-The Flour market, under the pressure of arrivals from Adelaide toan amount of 1000 tons per week, has declined, und with but very moder- ate demand, the price of best town brands has fallon to £15, Wheat has not suffered so severely a» Hour, and is worth 6s. 3d. to 6s. 6d. In horss fesd a very largo business has been done at advancing rates during the wholo of the month. Maize from up. 6d. advanced rapidly to 7s., and after stopping at that price for a short time, has advanced to 9a. Colonial Oats at the beginning of the month were worth 8s., but to-day aro not procurable under 9s. 6d. Scotch Oats are worth 7s. 3d. ; Calcutta, Cs. 9d.' to 7s. 3d. Cornmeal is worth 28s. per barrel of 200 lbs. Split Peas have been taken for horse feed in tho absence of Grain, and aro worth £16 per ton. Pearl Barley is selling more freely at 2id. Launceston MJuicn 15th, 1857. Wheat is in brisk demand at 6s. per bushel fo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

AGENTS FOB THIS JOURNAL. Hobarlon.Mr. Lawrance Elizabeth-street " .George Burt, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point .Mr Leake Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, and Longford.,. Mr G Stewart Green Ponds . Mr Speed Franklin,and the Huon . Mr Greig Sorell, Pilwater and Forcett . Mr lieUeil Melbourne, Victoria .Messrs. Gordon and Golch London, Xreland, Scotland .Messrs F- Algar Liverpool and the Tile of Man .Messrs Wilmer The Mei jury is published every Monday Wcduesda) and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. The Notices for claims to Grants ol Land are published officially under the authority of the Caveat Board. The Charge for subscriptions to this Newspaper, is £116n cash ; £2 2s per annum credit ; or 9s and 10s 6d respectively por quarter. flic Charge for advertisements is Is and 6d per inch for each insertion, Advertisements not exceeding thirty words or half nn inch, are charged ono shilling each insertion. To regular advertisers, 15 per cent will bo allowed oil advertisements i...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Sweeping- Cnrjsriíírs.-Tenders are invited hythe War department, to bo received until Wed- nesday, the,25th instant at noon, from persons willing to contract for sweeping the Chimneys and Flues (as often as may be required) at the several , «Convict Buildings and establishments in Hobart Town and its vicinity, including the Orphan Schools, Brickfields and Cascado Factory, from the 1st of April next to the 31st of March 1858. Tile tendera to state the amount for which the v\ ork will be performed for the whole of the Buildings,* or tho pricofor sweeping each chimney or flue. Payment will bo made quarterly, on the certificate of the several Superintendente that the workhasbeen duly and properly performed. Any further information can bo obtained on apply- ing to the Royal Engineer Office.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

SHIP MAILS will be closed at this office as under : For Sydney and New Zealand, per Tasmania,on to-morrow, at 2 p.m.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

LATEST DATES. England... San Francisco ...'...:.;. New York,. ... Cape of Good Hope. Mauritius. Singapore. Ceylon. China . Calcutta . Bombay . Valparaiso ..'.. Australian Colonies, viz : Victoria . Sydney. Adelaide. New Zealand......... Western Australia ..'. 14th. Dec. 22nd. Dec. 13th. Doe. 19th. Dec. 15th. Jan. 23rd. (Nov. 2nd Jan. 30th. Dec. 10th. Jan. 30th. Dec 20th. Oct. 14 th. Mar. 11th. Mar. 7th. Mar. 18th. Feb. 31st. Jan.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

Ex ''Bungai" "Aurora Australia" and "Mercia " rpHE UNDERSIGNED are now opening their I winter stock of Superfine clothing, fashion- ably cutaud mnde ofthe choicest materials especially FRYER AND ALLEN i , < Commerce House, 78 LlVERPOOL-STREET. """COATS. CUT jn ,tlie latest style including the Sacque Rochford, Beaufort Cambridge and Palmer stone Heather and Balmoral Tweeds &c. at FRYER AND ALLEN, Commerce House 78 LrvEiu'ooii-sTnEET. VESTS. COMBINING NOVELTY, ELEGANCE, DURABILITY, mid ECONOMY at ' FRYER AND ALLEN, Commerce House 78 LlVERPOOL-STREET. TROWSERS. IN BLACK DOE, West of England Doe TweedjAngoltt Bcdfotd cord, Heather tweed Worsted cord, Pilot cloth Dark fancy doeskin &c.&c. Made exprcisly to order. Every one can ensure a good fit at a reasonable price, at FRYER AND ALLEN, Commerce House 78 LlVEIU'OOL-STREET. Boys' and Youths' Clothing !! ! EVERY requisite under this head comprising Boys' black cloth Jackets Boys' black cloth and Tweed Spa...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING THE BLACKWALL LINER KENT.-We have been requested by the agents for this celebrated clipper (Messrs. W. P. White and Co.), to state that, in conse- quence of the representations which have been made to them by a large section of the mercantile community they have determined on postponing her departure hence until the 24th March. We certainly concur with those merchants and bankers who have esteemed it of import- ance that the services of so notable a ship as the Kent should be made available for the purpose, not only for sending forward the duplicates of correspondence trans- mitted overland per European ; but also of replying to advices which are now hourly looked for by the mail steamer Columbian. The reputation of the Kent is of so high a character that her cabin accommodation has been eagerly taken up; whilst her known qualifications as a fast sailer sufficiently ensure the shipment by her of a large parcel of gold, in addition to her freight of wool, &...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRTVID. SAILED. March l8-Duncan Hoyle, steamer M*Lachlan, East Coast. - March 19-Eucalyptus, barque, 195 Blnckbnrn.Mol. bourne. Cabin-Mrs. Gill, 1 steerage. Mareil 19-Brig Emma, 130 tons, Brown, for Syd- ney ¡ passengers-Miss Clark, and 10 steerage. March 19-Brig »art, 134 tons, Sansora, for Geelong; passengers-Mr Fisher, Mr A Clark, and 2 March 10-Brig Polly, 152 tons, Holford, for Sydney ; passengers-Mr J Hewlett, Mr Lines, Mr R Ransdon?. March 10-Brig Victoria, 184 tons. Bennett, for whaling. Marali 19-Schooner Scotia, 104 tons, Tregurtha, for Melbourne, with timber. March 19-Schooner Gold Seeker, 166 tons, Wilson for Melbourne ; passengers-10 adults and 3 children steerage. IMPORTS. Per Gold Seeker-25,000 ft timber, 60,000 palings, 100,000 laths, 10 hilda oil, 3 hearth stones, 8 spring carts and drays, 120 bags potatoes, 12 trusses hay, Ü S Wilson ; 135 bags onions, 371 boxes candles. Per Polly-00,000 ft timber, F A Downing. Per Scotia-30,000 ft timber, 5...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner F. Browne IN [?] L.H.LAZARUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. I Before Sir. Commissioner F. Browne Iff 3ÎE L. H. IiAZAIttJS. Adjourned Meeting, and for discharge. The Commissioner gave judgment in this case, the meeting having been adjourned from Wednesday last for this purpose. The Insolvent's discharge was opposed by j Mr. Pitt on the ground of undue preference, in paying a creditor, Mt. Turner, £101), on the assignment of a lease. His Honor cited the 75th clause of the Insolvent Act, which renders void the assignment of any lease, mortgage, &c to a creditor within sixty day» ofthe insolvency, and that, consequently, the Assignee was entitled to the lease in this case. The Commissioner, also, cited several authorities iu reference to fraudulent pre- ference, applying the same to the present inlance, and, having recapitulated several portions of the evidence, bearing upon the point, His Honor observed, that be must have proof incontxsstible, that, at the time^ nu insolvent made an alleged fraudulent payment...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before W. G. Elliston Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Before W. G. Elliston Esq. Sureties of the Peace.-A notorious old pcaoe breaker named Mary Ann Spicer whose name has figured on the charge sheet every no« and then for months past, was brought up this morning on the information of Constable Slattcrie and charged with being a common disturber ofthe pence. Her conduct in Court was sufficiently conclusive with- out evidence to shew that some restraining influ- ence WUB requisite, and she was hound oAcr to keep the peace, herself in £10 and two sureties in £5 each. Her language in Court was so violent mid disgusting-not to say impious-that it was fortu- nate for her Mr. Burgess or Mr. Fenwick wos not on the Bench. Before F. Burgess, and W. G. Elliston Esqrs. Master and Servants Act.-Joseph Clarke was brought up on Warrant, having declined tn obey the Magcstcrial summons, charged by his master Mr. P Hart with having absented himself from his hired service without having obtained permission, on the 25th Dec...

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CUSTOMS REGULATIONS VERSUS THE SHIPPING INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS VERSUS THE SHIPPING INTEREST. The Customs regulations, in reference to the discharge of cargo from the vessels in our harbour, are extremely annoying and injurious to our shipping interest. The prescribed hours for this work are from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m., after which hour not an article can be removed, no matter what may be the emergency, or the im- portance of the case. This restriction is pernicious in many respects, and a great drawback on the business of the port, for, by thus limiting the hours of the sailors' labor, a great waste of time is in- curred, while the inconvenience and loss to the importer and the merchant are equally extensive. (Jn Saturday last an application was made to the Collector of Customs by a mercantile firm in this city, to land some duty-free goods from the Aurora Australis from 6 A.M., to 6 p.m., on condition that the ship should pay an officer for the extra work ; but the Collector could not or would not do this, on his own respon- si...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & friday FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

THE MERCURY. $ubIisï)EÏi íHoirtan, EHrtmcSaao » JFttUao FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20,1857. There are "croakers" here, as else- where, and, now, that Gold is likely to be found in workable quantities, they predict ruinous consequences to the colony from the influx of a pauper population. This, we must say, is a very narrow view of the subject, and a mere begging of the qnestion ; for, in the abstract, we are at a loss to conceive how the discovery of a Gold Field can, in any way, prove detri- mental, much less ruinous. We are told however, that it wili induce the advent of, amongst others, crowds of Chinese, and other not over-agreeable adventurers, who, the first excitement and profit of the digging!» over, and the latter expen- ded in waste, will be left as a kind of pauper incubus on the community. Ab- surd as this reasoning may appear, we have heard it enunciated by men of, otherwise, fair intelligence, and it appears to us, that it is so easy to controvert its absurdity, that we sca...

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THEATRE ROYAL. HAMLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

THEATRE BOYAL. Tnis-the most magnificent of all tho creations of Sbakespere-was produced on the boards of the Theatre Royal on Wednesday evening last. From the " cast" of the piece we expected great things. Wnrner, who is an established favorite, personating the Prince; Drummond, Laertes ; Slilnc, Polonius ; Russell, Horatio; Miss Glyndon, Ophelia; and Bira. Harward, the Queen. From each of these performers we had a right to expect great things-we did expect great things-although, in the case of some of them, we were doomed to disappointment. Worner, as Hamlet, fully maintained the deservedly high position he holds on the Tasmanian Boards ; his conception of the character was admirable ; and, notwithstanding much to distract and annoy, was well performed. Some of his readings wcro different from ours ; bnt when so many of the most gifted commentators difTer, we have no right to assume that our rendering of these passages is a correct one. For instance, where Hamlet informs Horatio :...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected np to fice o'clock on S-tturday Ecening last ALE $? BEER-flcliolyaleJ Ale, Bass's No 2 peiilozlü 15« (Id Worthington- andllobmson-'s No '.i peí hhd 01 ('* Ott Afsopp's No 8, per hhd Hi tfs Od Ditto pilli" Eaíil India peí hlid l't 5/ Od lo lit 10* id Other bramh per hhd l8 10» Od to lil Alsopp's pey doten II* (iii to II* Cd Bynss's 51* bil to 11* orf DuCkiboi Ih's 11* bd lo 11* .~>d Bigant audDaeis's 12* od to 13* Od Mafzetli's 11* Od ¿u 11« Od Hibberl's Id* Oí ¿o l<¡* Od Ollitr bottle. í,IU lo 12*. Porte,; Barclay's, per hhd li .i* ti to '7 10« Elliott and Walney's per hltdlO (I* Ol' /o 7" Os OMw irtxnd» Wi 10* Od to I" Oí Od Tiuemun's X per hhd Ui 5s Od lo Ib St Od 2'rueman'e XX per hid 16 10* Od to IO IS* ed Taylois' stout per hhd ¡J Os Od lo 17 IO* Od Byass's ovarh per do- 12* bd to Í3* Od Whithead's stout peí dos \U Ü« to 12* Od Marteltt'sporter per dos lis Od to \2s Bryant and Davis's per dot 11» Odio 11* Od Other colliers per d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

New Town Races. 1 b.51 -lx . < Uu-íer the'Patron ir>* <.t Iii- IV-ellonn Su'Henry hi 'n- ' ' " . I.d-nrd I\». Win?. "£<o Sl.tri eirh dij .it 12 »'clock, ptccwclj. , Si 1 \. \nni: "" ' Colonel IVruvnl. lath Regiiii"t|t. .lames I.uni, l'sijuirc. "> Dr. ISntíer, M. II. A. - TI10111.IS \V. Field, Esi-ulrc. i 'i MSAVlnCK. *~ ThtJmn V. I.ottos, Espire, M. I». C Kri.r ' Kubill FilzGer.tltl, Esquire. Cleik of the Comsc, J. islington, Eai*. WBONIJaDAY, THURSDAY, AND l'ICI DA Y, Jfttli, IGth, mid I7ih, Al'RII,, 1857. FIRST DAV, WEDNESDAY, ljth APRIL. maiden plate, , Of 30 sovs for hor»es lh.it Imvc ne\ei won public money ; 'two 111 le heats , 'I own Tinte weight» ; entrance, 3 soy*, THE 'I OWN l'LA'li:, ' Of 108 'so\s -for all iii>os ; ¡i yean o'd, "st 12.bs ; 4 -years old, ,8st 12lbs , fl "yent« old, !Kt Slbs ; 0 und aged, 0-,t lOilti.-Entunico, 5 novs. Hean, twice lound the course. TAVERN' l'LA'li:, Of '10 sov« foi nil ages ; » yo.iw old, 8st 41'is ...

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REDPATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

REDPATH.. Redpath was not only well known as a constant guest at fashionable parties, but even contrived to get presented at Court. Ho was almost equally as well known in Paris as in London, he being a frequent visitor there, and being in the habit of patronising tho Hotel Windsor, where ho lived ia most princely style, his hotel bill being said to have averaged £100 a week. During a recent visit it is stated that ho became a competitor with the Emperor for a beautiful model of Leda and the swan in silver. The Emperor offered £700 and Red- path £750, and the coveted ornament was duly conveyed to the mansion at Weybridge. Redpath, like Robson, was a great patron of the theatres, and might be nightly seen at the Royal Italian Opera or the Hay-market, to the stage of which he had ready access and where his love of display,which he seems, to have possessed in an extraordinary degree, caused him often to give away his money-or perhaps we should say that of his employers -in n most extrao...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

MISCELLANEOUS 1 Derivation op thk word "Cash."-There can be hut little doubt that the vvord cash is de- rived from the Italian cassa-the chest in which Italian merchants kept their money, as do at the present time the Spaniards in their" caja, the Por- tugese in their coxa, and the French in their caisse. The application of the wcrd cash to money is altogether English, it not having a corrcspond' irifr term in any other European language. Cash having been so inconsiderately a'lopted instead of cassa (chest), entries in the cash-book (it should be chest-book) are made in English counting houses iii this unmeaning way:-"CashDr." and "Cash Cr." ; whereas the chest, and nut the money is Dr., for what is put into it, and Cr. for what is taken out. Great mischief, too has often arisen, as is well known in bankrupt courts, from the misuseof the word casA, in which large deficiencia oftcu appear, and which would not be the case if the word chest were used as it ought to be. In- stead of the...

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THE WAR WITH PERSIA. OFFICIAL DESPATCHES RELATING TO THE FALL OF BUSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

THE WAR WITH PERSIA. DESPATCHES RELATING FAI.Ii OF bushire. We i îiave a file of Calcutta papers to the 6th Ja* amary. The Bengal Hurkaru Extraordinary of that day publishes the following despatches fr am the Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary, de tr ¿ling the incidents connected with the cap t are of Bushire. Fort William,Foreign Department, the 5th ? January 1857.-The Right Hon. the Govern- or-General of India in Council has much gra- tification in publishing, for general informa | tíon, the despatches which have been received I by the Government of Bombay, announcing j the unresisted occupation of Karrack on the 4th, and the surrender of Bushire on the 10th ult : after an ineffectual opposition. The Right Hon. the Governor-General 'in Council desires to express his unqualified ap- probation of this important service, and his gratitude to those by whose joint exertions it has been accomplished. The perfect concert and good feeling which have marked the action of the military and naval...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identity our opinions with those of our correspondents To the Editor of the Mercury. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identity our opinions with those ot our correspondents To the Editor of the Mercury. THEATRE ROYAL. Sir The chef d'ouvre of England's immortal bard is represented this evening at the Theatre Royal. Yet here I sit in my lonely home, musing, vexed, and furious. Why 1 Keeping the cause pent up in my own bosom is not likely to induce a remedy for that of which I now complain, viz.-the defi- ciency of bills of the play, for the convenience of its patrons. From the excellent management which has characterized the new house, 1 feel con- fident it is but necessary to point out this solitary defect in order to obtain a remedy. Sir, I would rather go to church without a prayer-book than to a theatre without a bill. If the gratuitous circula- tion be attended with loss, w hy not adopt the Lon- don plan of selling them? At the Ia-.t Saturday evening Concert, no programme could be obtained, and on Monday evening, in my neighbourhood in the pit, but one bill was...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 March 1857

Steam to and from New Norfolk > THEÏavpïirite steamer MONARCH leaves New '^Norfolk DAILY during the Summer.months, at 7 30i".mi'Bridaewatcr 8 30,. and Rest Down, at 9 15'nrrivingin town about tf-n, o'clock;- and re' turns7" to New Norfolk',1) leaving the Old Wharfi' a^ half- past titree, p'.m^ daily. . , .;!/:?' ','"?' ''..'..- '"',-.'.. ' -*." E si: - :.:?. : '.?'.'? v^'il : :"'. )".,'./ ,,'.','; '?'. :.,'.?? .-,,"Saloon. Fore cabin.; To or.|fromrNew,:Nor.folk, .-: ??:??? &»r. "' \.:M-C\< Bridgewater*.and,C.omptpn>. .¡;-3s-. ,'; :2s-,<. c Restr.Down;.;..).......;; .;.-2s. j - -" H ! ' -Luttrell &i\VisE;Proprietars: ; .J ' V ß? All consfennvents and orders from'iHç^côjin^ try punctually and TaithfnUy; attended to. ^ .', Tjhe^Eagle, Line of Packets *:i; in ,>?";..? :5 -?.. ?;- - ' ' .;?.."'??. v- ")?'. '" THEf LIVERPOOL :\ AUSTRAU AN. v NA; ^-^yÍGATÍ0N~;;'cÓMr^NY;S,.i^ - -V í T Hi ^WRB&T,;, BR IT AIN, ;:!..::.' 3500.tbns,'500 hor...

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