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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

HOBART. .TOWN PRICE CURRENT Con tcled up tofM o'tloüs un S duntay Enema / ¡tul ALA $ BLhR-fwholutlej Ile Bass* A'o 2 per dos ill 11» Olí Va Hu lylo i t id J'obinsotí 4 J» I perlilul til lí* Oil Ateopp sTvo <i pe) Mut It Os Cid lidio pale littst finita peí M1 1) or üd lo U 10* lil Other hands per hlid IS Ills íid to Iii Alsopp s<pet úo.en Iii ( I io±l\s lid Byass s II« 0(2 io Ils (id Ducfceailhs Da Gd to llipd ,Biyj.nt anlDaets I2s id lo 15<t Oil Mar i/ttslit íld lo ir* (Id Htbb'tts 10» (Id io (Uí (M OtUe bottiers ils to \2s0 Vu 1er, Bnrrlai/s pri Ihtl '7 1* li to li lUa Elliott stud Walney s per lad Li, (Is (li io i7 n» O/hcr brands lb 10* Od to li Os (lil li w-man's ST pu hhd Hi lis Od lo Ib os Od 2' «en»» ¿ XA ; et hftdlU 10* 0d tu Iii loi Id Ta ¡lois stout j ei hhd ti 0* 'Id lo 11 ¡Os nd Bjtrts s o t tri pe) do 1-'* (ti to lis (Id Whitelead» stout per dos I '1 0d lo lís Öd Mai.elltsportei pet do. iís Od to \is jJruunl and Davis 4 pt r do: 11* Uti ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

N«w Town Rae««. 1 8o7 'Under tho PatrotMg« ol His rvcclLticv bil Hem) Fdwiird F >\ ^ oung ( lo Start each da) at 12 n clock, precise!) , r Sith Aims ' r i i Colonel Pcrcivi I Uth Keguirnt lames Lord, I squire Or Butler, M H A Thomas W Field I squire IRBAbURLR ( Thomas \. Lowes, I squire M Lv C - - JunoK u Robert FilrGcrald, Psquife Clerk of the Comte I I dutton I sq WFDNL3DAY, IHURSDW, VMJllUUW, 15th, 16th, and 17th APRIL iar)7 FIRST DVi, WLDNESDA'i, 15th Al'ltll MAIDEN FLAIL tM 30 sovs for horses th it bave never non ptihlic money, two in le heats , I own Platu wcigl ts , entrañe«, ¿ sovs a HE TOWN FLAIL, Pf 100 sots for all ages , 1 years old 7i¡t Ullis , 4 years old, 8st 1 Jibs 5 yturs old, '1st 51bs , 0 fend aged, Ost 1 Ollis - Entrance, O sovs He ts, twice round the course IAVLHN FLAU, Of 40 sovs for all ages ¿ jcais old, 8-it fibs , 4 years old, Ost albs, i years old, J Oat ó and ngfdt lOstölbs Fntriince, 2 sots Heats, once round and a distance. ¡ BRI IVERS FUR&L, O...

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THE RIFF RAFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

THE RIFF RAFFS. On the Mediterranean coast of Africa west of Algeria, there is a district pretty well» known to navigators as the Riff. The 'long- " shore ' men of these paris are addicted to wrecking and piracy, and from time to time, cnlldown the vengeance of the maritime pow~ ; era. But the Riffians are not a very seizable <. population. It is difficult but not impossible * to inflict a chastisement so severe as to deter'1 them fiom future excesses. They are or should be, subject to the Empeior of Alor-c occo, and he is or should be, responsible for < the conduct of the Biffian population; but, ' like many other parts of the extensive doini-' nions of the successor of the Moors, the Riff does not appear to be so amenable to impe- rial discipline as is desirable. The Riffians,'' therefore, do pretty much as they please, an(d their pianks arc the scandal of the Western Mediten anean, and they have recently acqui rcdadditional notoriety. The RifThaving long bee...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

CHINA. We have a copy of the Friend of> China of ] | the 17th January, from which wo take the following extracts :- < the "thistle" massacbe. The Inquest on the burnt remains' of a [ ¡ human body found in the coal-bunker of | what is left of the postal steamer Thistle, after several delays and adjournments, caused mainly by the difficulty of getting witnesses, was brought to a conclusion on Monday, j The witnesses obtained were Aseung, the : steward ; Alieep, the Chinese purser's mate ; and Akow, a washerman, passenger at the time of the committing of the horrid deeds. I Aseung deposed that when the braves com- I menced their work he was in the Chinese purser's or comprador's cabin ; and first be said, all that were in that cabin were turned below* into the Chinese passenger saloon ; | | afterwards that he himself dived below and | hid among the passengers, and that he remai- j ned with them till they all went on shore at Nara-kong-tow, about an hour afterwards. ! Ther...

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THE REAL HERO OF KARS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

THE BEAL HEBO OF KAES Tlie Daily News of the 15th has a leading article upon the appeal made by George Kmety, the celebrated Hungarian general to General Sir W.F. Williams, relative to the share the former had in the famous defence of Kars. The journalist calls for a response from the British generalas due not only to the re- nown of the Hungarian, but to his own fame : "We have already directed public attention to the narrative of General Kmety, and until he is contradicted, we shall feel ourselves bound to believe that the man who fought the battle of Kars was not Sir W. Fenwick Wil- liams of Kars K.C.B. &c.&c. but George Kmety, late Hungarian General. Observe, we do not commit ourselves, but at present the facts before the public establish,we think, this conclusion. But General Kmety makes a further statement, which is of no less impor- tance to the reputation of General Williams. He pronounces it as his deliberate conviction that if, after the victory of the 29th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

Case Cotton Diapers, 1 Case Goffered Whüíccr Blond. MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY AND Co. Will sell by public auction at their Mart Elizabeth-street, O-MORROW the 24th instant, at 11 o'clock. )NE Case Cotton Diapers assorted 1 ditto Goffered Whisker Blond " ' Terms at sale. 492 Deals Alongside " Don Pedro." MESSRS. WILLIAM IVEY ANT) Co. Will sell hy pbblic Auction, At the Wharf, alongside the "Don Pedro," Two days after an ¡val, 710UR HUNDRED and NINETY-TWO } SPI'.UCE DEALS, us under Sixty-one Forty-two Forty-lour Sixty-eight Ninety-nine Twelve Tliirti-fivc Twenty-five Thirty-six .Sixty-even Oi,e Two Tcims under £f>0 cash ; above, thal sum upprov 1 bills at three months. Four Burner, Mid Bracket Solar Lamps. IESSES WILLIAM IVEY AND Co Will sell hy public auction At their Mart Elizabeth-street, TO-MORROW the 24th inst. at 11 o'clock. jT^OUR-four-burner Solar Hnniring LAMPS ¡j Six-Window Bracket do All in good order. Terms as usual Tuesday 31st March. Quoin Hall, CampbclivTown. 24 feet 11 x...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

'-Steam to and from New Forfolk rtIHE fAvouute steamer MON MICH leaves New I Norfolk DAILY dur.ng the Summer months at 7 30 «in, Brid ¿ewatei 8 30, and Restdown nt «};]5 arriving »n town «bout ten o clock , andre turns to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at half pa t three pin dftlly ' fUes, ' Saloon Fore cabin 1 o or from New N orfolk ( 5s '-is, Bridgewater nnd. Compton 3* ?» Rest Down , 2" Luttkeil &. Wist, Proprietors fgr All eousianmelits and orders from the ewin try punctually and faithfully attended lo 'j i_" I The Eagle line of Packets ? r x " THE £1VERPOOL,< AUSTRALIAN NA \ IG M ION COMPAÑA t> T,BE GREAT BRITTAIN, Jouxtons, o00 horse power, f JOHN GRAY, E5Q! COMMANDER, 'N'ill Be dispatched for Liverpool LARL\ IN MARCH 1 pi freight oi passage apply t > Atcssrs BKIGli 1 BROS Melbourne , or to W KNIGHT, " "Jew Wharf 1 OltOPCáN" ANP ÍUS^RALIVN ROYAL M VIL COMPANY . ("Limited) The following', nrothermagiiificent Screw Steam Ships uilotigittg to the Com...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. March 21-Tamur, schooner, 119 Ellis, Melbourne, bourne, ballast. Passenger, cabin, Mrs Ellis. Agents, Macpherson und Francis. March 21-Emma Prescott^ brig, 1G0, Stanton.Mcl ballast. Agents, George Lewis and Sons. March 20-Janet Dixon, schooner, G7, Morris, for Melbourne. March 20-Arabella, barquo, 475, Clarkson, for Guam. March 20-Gow, schooner, 120, iiaker, for Mel- bourne. March 20-North Star, brig, 122, «all, for Mel- bourne. March 20-Freak, schooner, 94, Irvine, for Geelong. Passengers-Cabin, Captain 51'Kellor, and 1 steerage. March 20-Tasmania, s., 285, Clinch, for Sydney. Passengers-Cabin, Miss. .Foster. Mrs. Conley, Master. Tooth, Mr. anti Mrs. Haigh, Mrs. Goldsborough, Mr. L. G. Rogers, Miss. F. Stapleton, Mr. J. M, Naughton, and 27 steerage. March 20-Eucalyptus, barque, 195, Blackburn, for Melbourne. EXVOTLTS. Per Eucalyptus for Melbourne-50 ess wine, W. Crosbv& Co- 50 bgs oats, Chapman and Thomas. 30,000 ft timber, 40,000 palings, 80,000 lath...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. INQUEST.—On Friday, an Inquest was [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Inquest.-On Friday, an Inquest was held at Mr. Chatley's, the Gordon Castle, Liverpool street, before A.B. Jones, Esq., Coroner, to enquire into the death of Mary Wallace, aged about 47 years, who dropped down dead on the Franklin Wharf the previous day. Evidence was adduced to show, that the deceased was intoxicated, and that she had a bottle .with some ram iii it, in her pocket. Dr. Smart, who made a post mortem examination of the body, stated, that the immediate cause of death was Apoplexy, and the Jury returned a verdict accordingly. The Municipal Council, at its sitting, this aftorannn, will take into consideration the Report from the City Surveyor of the classification of the property for Water Rates. This is a matter, which demands tho utmost attention of the Municipality, for, we presume, the rates will be final for a torni at least, It is to bo hoped/ therefore, that the sufiject will be so considered, and so decided, as to afford satis- faction to the c...

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THE GREGSON MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

THE GREGSON MINISTRY." No men arS immaculate, and it ' wo uld be folly to expc:t perfection in the Gregson min- istry. If there is one man in the colony whose character can be known from his career and conduct, the chief of the present cabinet is that man. He has been upwards ot thirty years before the public, and engaged in almost every political melee, either as bruiser, backer, | or bottle-holder. Under the influence of the late Mr. Joseph Archer he acquitted himself with credit and moderation in the mixed coun- cil. By happy,if not fortuitouscircumstances he ranged himself on the side of the anti-trans pnrtationists, and gave battle in the best of causes. He likewise performed a service to education in denouncing the employment of worthless and wicked men as teachers under the auspices of the clerical penny-s- day sys- tem, and he bus often rebuked prurient impu- dence and stolid ignorance. In short his real value consisted in doing what others dis- liked to do, and where nicety...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

THE MERCURY. ïîtiblisfoeu' ffltontmç, OEtonEStiau Ajftfono MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 23,1857. The various schemes of Immigration, which have from time to time been devised and adopted in and for this Colony, have been as short-sighted in policy as they have been temporary in effect. Labour, the primum mobile of every country, being the only desideratum contemplated, the whole scope and tendency of Immi- gration-we speak, of course, of later years-has been directed to this object, and not always either judiciously or effectively. The copious and constant supply of Jabour by convict servitude, and the almost unlimited number of assigned servants at nominal wages, or, rather, at no wages at all, produced during the con- tinuance of Transportation an overabund- ance of almost all kinds : and when the change took place, a novelty occurred also. The cry for Labour arose, and when Gold was discovered in California, it be came louder, and louder still, when the same precious metal was found in ...

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NINE DAYS LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

NINE DAYS LATER ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the Glenroy, at Victoria, from London, after an excellent run of eighty two days, we have news from England to the 23rd of December. Our files are at present incomplete; but from the papers which bave   come to hand we make tbe following extracts:   ACCIDENT TO THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM-SHIP "AMERICA" (From the Liverpool Albion.) The royal mail steamship "America" left   this port for Boston, United States, on the 6th Dec, with forty-four passengers, a large mail, and a full cargo of dry goods. It was then blowing half-a-gale from the south-west,   but she proceeded on her course, steering south half-west, and all went well until Tuesday morning, when, being fifty miles west of Cape Clear, Captain Lang was compelled by the violence of the storm - the wind having risen to a gale and lashed tbe sea into a fury - to alter his course, and to put the head of the ship to the sea. This was shortl...

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OATLANDS RACES, 1857. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

OATLANDS RACES, 1857. The Day was as fine a one as could be wished,and toe course was attended much more numerously. The first race of the day was a Steeplo Chsiing Match between Mr. Thomas Fowel's black mare Una Roso against Mr. William Hartwell's cream coloured boree Will-if-I-can, for 100 sovs. a-side. Single event. Sixteen leaps. It was a most beautiful race, and was won by the Rose. Tho start was a furious one, Will-if-I-can ta- king the first fence, the Moss Rose about 20 yards behind. The next fencewas taken in the samo way, and so they kept until the fifth, when tho mare got in in trout, 1» consequence of the rider of the horse having mistaken the road. Tiley went on, however, pretty well, th» miro still ahead until they got to the twelfth fence, when Downes (the rider of Will-if-I-can) lost a stirrup, having to rise four leaps with only one. Had not th» accident occurred, and Will-if-I-can not refused the last leap as bo did, there is no doubt that there would have been ver...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 23 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. J FRIDAY. Before Atkin Morrison and F Burgees Esqr». JTwiiSK&meBt.-David Johnson waa charged rwllh Embexzlement in appropriating the sum of .£b8TWs the property of his epiployer Mr. Charles Iiivmgetone. He had been sent with some timber ?ulonging to his master to Marsh and Chapman who purchased it and handed him a cheque for the amount. He had been apprehended by O C Simp , son at Brighton from information he bad receive d. "Hi» master staled in answer to Mr. Lees that he liad »o high an opinion of him that he icould have ¡trusted him with £500. Mr. Marsh deposed to having given him a cheque on the Union Baijk for the money ; ond Mr Winsor of the Bank, deposed .to having cashed the cheque which had. \jeen pre «ented by the prisoner. D C Siyapson proved the Apprehension and produced the sunn of£34 Is 4d found upon bim. Mr Lees fo,r the "prisoner con- tended that no demand had been made for the money. The fact ffa» the 'prisoner, had get "ttfn had company,...

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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 March 1857

HOBART TOWN' PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to fice o'cloeh on Siturday Evening last ALE $ BEER-fwhohale) Ale, Bass's No 2 per doz lo 15« Od Worthington and Robinson's No 3 perhltd 91 0» Od Ahopp'sNo 3, per hhd 19 0* Od Ditto pale East India per hhd 19 5¡ Od to 19 10s (!</ Other brands per hhd la IO« Od to 19 Alsopp's per dozen Ils Gd io II« Gd Bgass's Us Gd to 11« Gd Duel-worth's 11« Gd to 11« 5d Bryant andDavis's 12« I'd to 13« Od ilfor;eWsll« Od to Us Od Hibberl's 10« Od io 10« Od Oilier botllers.lls to 12«. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd, V¡ 5« 0 lo li 10« Elliott and Wat ney's per hhd 19 0« Od to 17 0« Other brands iß 10« Od to li 0« Od Trueman's X per hhd 19 Ss Od lo Iß 5s Od Trueman's XX per hhd lb 10« Od to IO 15« Od Taylors' stout perhltd li 0* Od to li 10« Od Byass's quarts per doz 12« Gd to 13« Od Whitbread's stout per doz 12« Od to 12« Od Marzelli's porter per doz Its Od lo 12« Bryant and Dads's per doz 11« Odio 11« Od Oilier bottiers per doz 1"« (hi to Us Id BOOTS ty...

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ORIGIN OF THE GERMAN RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 March 1857

ORIGIN\0F THE GERMAN RACE. I once related to au Ossetian, in T'flis, that, amongst the learned in Germany, it is a common opinion that we Germans are of the same stock as the Ossetian«, and that our forefathers formerly, dwelt in the Caucasian mountain*. The Ossetian, who was a very handsome man, with the Caucasian acqiiiline profile, laughed outright at this ; mid an educa- ted Russian, who was standing near, agreed with him. A Wnrtenburg peasant, of the Colony of Marienfield, was just then passing by. The plump figure of this German, his broad countenar.ee, with its heavy expression, and his slouching gail, contrasted certainly, in a striking manner, with the glorious figure of tbe Caucasian* "How is it possible," said the Russian, "that there enn be such fools amongst you, as to believe that people of sucli different types could possibly proceed from the the same stock? No, the ancestors of these two men have no more come from the same nest than hawks and turkeycacks. Look you, t...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 March 1857

AGONÏS FOB TRIS JOURNAL. Solarion.-Tfr. Lawrance Elisabeth-slreet " .George Burl, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point .Mr Leake Launceston, Carriel-, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, and Longford. Mt <? Stewart Oreen Pondi . Mr Sp FranJclin,anithe Huon . Mr Greig Sorell, Pitwater and Forcett . Mr Meiiett MeWourne, Yiútúria .Messrs. Gordon and Goteh London, Ireland, Scotland .Messrs F- Algar Liverpom and Hie Isle of Man ......."Messrs Wilmer The Meicury is published every Monday Wedncsdaj and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. The Notices for claims to Grants of Land are publisbel oiuciall} under the authority of the Caveat Board. The Charge for subscriptions to thiä Newspaper, is £116s cash j £2 2s per annum credit ; or 9s und 10s Cd respectively per quarter. Hie Charge for ad\ ertisements is Is und 6d per inch for each insertion, Advertisements not exceeding thirty words or half au inch, are charged oue shilling each ilisci lion. To regular advertisers, 15 per cent will be allowed oti a...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 March 1857

CHINA. We have Hong Kong papers to the 21st of January, being six days later than our pre- vious advices from thence. The Friend of China of the latest date contains the following in reference to the poison- ings : Taanksgiving Service.-As anticipated,at the service in St. John's Cnthedial on Sunday last, special thanks were retur- ned for those who had been " spared and mercifully delivered in the hour of imminent danger." Medical Investigation*.-At the-Police Court this morning,Mr. May, superintendant of police,assisted by the honourable Mr. Mer- cer, Colonial Secretary, M.L.C., took deposi- tions in the poisoning case. The first witness sworn was Dr. Dempster, Colonial Surgeon, who deposed as follows :-I had bread for my family from the shop of the prisoner (Esing) in the dock. About ten minutes past eight on the morning of the 15th inst., soon after cnting some of the bread at breakfast, Mrs. Dempster told me she felt sick and giddy at the stomach. She was afterwards very sick.*...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 March 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Sweeping CimiNErs.-Tenders aro invited hythe War department, to he received until Wed- nesday, the 25th instant at noon, from persons willing to contract for sweeping the Chimneys and Flues (as often as may bo required) at the soveral Convut Buildings and establishments in Hobart Town and its vicinity, iueluding the Orphan Schools, Brickfields and Cascade Factory, from the l6t of April no».t to the 31st of March 1858. The tenders to state the amouut for which the work will be performed for the whole of the Buildings, or the price for sweeping each chimney or flue. Payment will be made quarterly, on the certificate of the several Superintendents that the workhas been duly and properly performed. Any further information can bo obtained on apply- ing to the Beyal Engineer Office. Wheat.-Tenders in duplicate are invited by the Commissariat until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the i 15th of April for the supply of about 20,000 bushelB of clean sound Colonial Wheat, 64 pounds...

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Departures of the Mail Ships. General Post Office, 25th March. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 25 March 1857

Departures of tîjt íHall Sfjt'ps. General Post Office, 25th March. 1857. SHIP MAILS wi under:-. t " will be clo3ed at this office as For Sydney via Launceston per Lizzie Webber Th¡3 day half-past 6 p.m. ' . , F. C. Smith, "* Postmaster General

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