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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 March 1857
Steam to and from New Norfolk mHE favourite steamer MONARCH leaves New I Norfolk DAILY during the Summer months it 7 30 «.m, Bridgewater 830, and Best Down at mi «riving in town about ten o'clock; and re LStoK«'Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at yf-pait three p.m. daily FAKES, Saloon. For« cabhit To or from New Norfolk 5s 4i Bridgewater and Compton 3s 2s Rest Down. 2s Luttrell & WisiyProprietors _£. AH consignments and orders from the corni itrypunctually and faithfully attended to. The Eagle Line of Packets I THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA ' VIGATION COMPANY'S THE GREAT BRITAIN, 8500 tons, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, Will be dispatched for Liverpool. EARLY IN MARCH. -¥er freight or passage apply to Messrs BRIGHT BROS. Melbourne ; or to W. KNIGHT, New Wharf EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ("Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company will he dis ,p»iched from Hobson's'Bay with her Majesty's ÍMail« for Southam...
THE MERCURY. published [?]&friday FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 27, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 March 1857
THE MERCURY. ISuWîsïjcÏi fEtoribaij, Cî&cïmESoan if Jtíuaa FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 27, 1857. Afteh great promise of great things by the New Ministry, tho line of policy to be pursued was enunciated on Wednesday afternoon by the Premier in the House of Assombly. We were led, from previous boasting, to expect much at tho hands of the Administration, no less by the high tone used by the leading Members of the former opposition, but from the reports which were circulated of the deeds to bo dono for tho regeneration and welfare of the Colony. The explanation of tho Premier, and the official Minute, which was laid before the Parliament are now before the Public, who, with ourselves, will be unable to derivo consolation or hope from either. The scheme itself, if carefully examined,and closely scrutinized will be found to amount to little beyond the verbosity, in which it is couched. With one or too impracticable ex- ceptions, it enunciates no new policy,-cer- tainly, no policy calcul...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 March 1857
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-WEDNESDAY. The House met by odjournment from the 27tl, of Fcbruaty, at 4 o'clock, and the President took his seat nt 5 minutes past four. The following honorable Members occupied the Ministeiial benches:-Messrs Wedge, Whyte, Button, Burgess, and Henty. On the opposition side weie Messrs Nairn, Bedford, Lowes, Kel mode, Knight, and Bisdee. Captain Langdon and Mr. Walker sat on the cross bench. PETITIONS. Mr. BUTrON presented a Petition from the inhabitants of Launceston, praying that a poition of Batlinrst-strect, which had been cut oil', should be icsioied to its original position. The petition was received, and the usual notice fur printing given for Friday. Dr. BEDFORD presented a petition ftom the Manager and Tiustees of the Hobait Town Savings' Bank, praying that a portion of the giound now occupied by the gaol, should bo ap- propriated to a site for the Savings' Bank, Mr. li ENTY suggested, thnt the petition could not be received,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
DIED. On the 27th inst, at Fitzroy Crescent, Lucy, the Wife of Captaln William Fisher, aged 37 years. Tho funeral will &nbsp; take place This-day, Monday 29th Inst, at half-past 2o'clock. Friends are particularly requested to attend at Fitzroy Crescent, and to consider this as an invitation to do so.
TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
THE current Quarter is drawing to a close, and we may proudly and confidently invite a comparison of this Journal with any and all of our Contemporaries. It contains, although published only thrice a week, quadruple the amount of matter, the earliest, most correct, and most varied intelligence, Foreign and Domestic, while its Circulation is three to one of some, and .more than two to one of all, thus affording the most extended and advantageous medium for the announcements of our Advertising friends. Progressing as it does, -we may safely predict, that in twelve months more, the " MERCURY" will attain the comparative position in this Colony, which the Great London "TIMES" maintains in England: we can assure our numerous Subscribers , and the Public, also, that no exertion on our part shall be wanting to render it, in every respect, worthy of their patronage and commendation. We would, therefore, remind those -who may wish to become Subscribers in future, that the present quarter ter...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-FRIDAY. The President took his «eat at four o'clock. RETURN. The Clerk of the Council laid on the table a return of the receipts and expenditure of the North West Bay Road Trust. LAUNCESTON MUNICIPALITY. Mr. BUTTON laid on the tabíethe Bye Law« of the Lauuceston Corporation. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S LETTER. Mr, WEDGE stated, that, through an inadver- tency, he liad omitted to lay on the table the letter of the Colonial Secretary to the Governor, in re- ference to tile formation of the New Ministry. He wished, also, to explain an error, which had oc. curred, with respect to the eligibility ot the Solici- tors of the Colony to the office of Attorney General: it appeared that every Solicitor, duly admitted in the Supreme Court, was eligible to that office, and ' he begged, now, to offer this explanation. On the motion of Mr. Wedge, the Colonial Secretary's letter was read by the Clerk, and or-( dercd to be printed. DEFICIENCY IN THE REVENUE. ...
THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
THE MERCURY. $uultsíjrti fHfltrtiíia» vJUclnusBng fctfrftmo MONDAY MORNING. MARCH SO, 1857. Tice debate in the House of Assembly on Friday night has proved to demonstration) that the preseub Ministry do not possess its confidence, and that it will be ut terly impos- sible for them to carry on the Government of the country. It is deeply to be regretted that this state of things should exist in the piesent critical condition of the colony, when', more than at any time, it requires à pilot able to " weather the storm." The debate, which was prolonged till pnsb one o'clock in the morning, was ohaiaeterized by a display of much acrimonious personality on both sides, and it is greatly to be lamented, that so much hindrance' should be made to the important public business, which calls so urgently for arrangement and completion, and that so much time should be occupied in personal contest. Tho analyzation of the Ministerial Memo- randum by Mr Chapman fully exposed its want of originality ou...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
ADELAIDE. Our Adelaide advices are to the 23th, and ap- pended is the latest mercantile report : "Notwithstanding the continued arrival of news from Melbourne and Sydney of declining markets for flour, a large business has been done here the last few days, at prices almost as high as those ruling there. Shipments have almost stopped, and snell a general fixed determination ti) hold for higher rates has never before been exhibited on so large a scale in this place. - Flour has rallied fully £1 per ton, and at the qiiatations few are willing to sell any quantity. With the exception of some" large transactions in stored wheat, but little is doing i i purchases by delivery from farmers, and prices are very firm , with a tendency to advance. "I note that oer exports of wheat and flour have fallen offconsiilcrnbly during the list fortnight, and very little is in course of shipment u In - oats and barley the transactions are small. Brun has ad- vanced Id per bushel. "General trade continue...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Wheat.-Tenders in duplicate aro invited by the Commissariat until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 15th of April for the supply of about 20,000 bushels of clean sound Colonial Wheat, 61 pounds to the bushol, to bo free from smut and properly screened previous to delivery into lier Mujosfcy's Magazines at Hobart Town. Period of delivery to ortend tu the 31st July nert. Bonds will be required to the fulfilment of tho Con- tract, and must bu executed immediately nfter receiv- ing the notification of the acceptance of the Teudor. Tho Tenders must state in words at length, at so much per bushel ofGMbs, and be signed by a respecta- ble person willing to enter into bond with tho contrac- tor. No samples will be received, as the whoit must bo of the best quality und subject to approval. DusiioMN BarDQE.-Tendera will bo received at tho Oflico of Public Works, Ilobirt Town, until 12 o'clock, on Saturday, the 4th April next, for the completion of the works nfc Dunrobin Bridge, n...
OUR NEW MINISTER AT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
OUR NEW MINISTER AT " WASHINGTON. , ,¿ , The choice of tho British representative in .. the states has too often been unfortunate. The mission to Washington should be regard-. , ed as a most important otic, a post which re-, quires the presence of a very considerable man, or it should be altogether suppressed. ? , We have hitherto dealt with it, practically, " as one of the second order, or as even lower, in the scale of diplomatic dignities. But,.' surely, permanent friendship and alliance'' between Great Britain and the United States * of North America arc, to say the least, as im- portant as similar relations between this country and any continental power. The -. existence of that great confederation of re publican states which is spreading so rapidly'."i over the North American continent adds '?'? enormously to the authority willi which Eng« ' * land can intervene in favour of liberty in ;.'.' Europe. Although the states should never '. man a ship of war or fire a gun iii auger,...
AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. Hobarlon.Mr. Lawrance Elizabeth-street ,.George Burt, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point. .....Mr Leake Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Berth, Evandale, and Longford.'" Mr G Stewart Green Ponds'.'.. **Mr Speed Franhlin,and i! a Huon . Mir Greig Sorell, Pitwaler and Forcett . Mr Beleeli Melbourne, Victoria .Messrs. Gordon and Gotch London, Tieland, Scotland .'"".Messrs F- Alga'r Liverpool and tlie Isle of Man ';:;.Messrs Wihisr The Mercury is published evory Monday Wodncsdaj and Friday morning afc 5 o'clock. The Notices foi claims to Grants ol Lind aro publishes 1 officially under the authority of the Caveat Boird. 'Clio Charge for subscriptions to this Newspaper, is £11(31 cash; ¡C2 2s por annum credit; or 9s and 103 61 respectively per quarter. Clio Charge for advertisements is Is and ,6d par inch for each insertion, Advertisements not 'oxceeding thirty words or half an inch, aro chargod one shilling each insertion. To regular advertisers, 16 per cent will bo a...
HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
HOBART TOWN PBIOB CURRENT Corrected up io five o'clock on Saturday Evening last 'ALE $ BEER-(wholsaleJ Ale, Bass's No 2 per doz ¡O 15» Od Worthington and Robinson's No 3 per IM 01 O» Od, Alsopp'sNo 3, per hhd 19 Os Od Ditto pale East India per hld 19 5i Od to 2!) IO: I'd Other brands per hhd 28 IO; Od to Iii Ahopp's per dozen \\s Gd to 11* 6d Byass's 11» Gd to lis Gd Duckworth's 11« Gd to Us 5d Bryant and Davis's 12» Cd to 13» 0* Marzetti's li» Od to 11» Od HibbcrPs 10» Od to 10» Od Other bottlers,! 1» io 12s. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd fl 5» O &lt;o Í7 10» Elliott and Wattley's per hld 16 0» Od to li 0» Other brands In IO» Od io 17 0» Od Trueman's X per hhd 16 5» Od to 16 5s Od Trueman's XX per hhd lb 10» Od to Id 1J» Üd Taylors' stout per hhd li 0« Od to li 10s Od Byass's quarts per doz 12s 6d to 13» Od Whilbread's stout per doz 12» Od to 12* Od Marzetli'sporter per doz 13s Od to 12» Bryant and Davis's per doz 11s Gd lo 11» Od Other bottiers per doz l"s Od to 11« 7d BOOTS ...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
LATEST DATES. England . San Francisco . New York. ... Capo of Good Hopo. Mauritius. Singapore. Coylon. China . Calcutta . Bombay .....?«...>... Valparaiso ....». ' Australian (Monies, vi/. : Victoria .m. Sydney.«. Adcliido .-.....»... Now Zealand «a.. Western Ausl.aHn. 12th. 12th. 13th. 22ml. llitb. 23rd. 7th. 21st. 10th. OOfch. 20th. 24th. 21st. 21st. 18th. 31st. Jan. Jan. Dec. Feb. Jan. Nov. Jan. Jan. Jan. Dec. Oct. Mar. Mar. Mar, Feb. Jan.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Mareil 27.-Mariposa, schooner. 191, Cioucher, from Port Albert 10th inst, with 63 head of cattloS Agent-Matter. , BAILED. March 23.-Flying Fish, schoDnor, Lucas, for Geelong, i March 2a-City of Hobart, », 361. Bentley, for Melbourno' Passenger*, cabin-Mr and Mrs Morris mid servant, Mr P, More, Or Lempriorc, child, awl servant Mrs Hopkin, Mr & Mrs Griffin, Misses Fioldm (2), Mr T. Luke, M las Seul. Miss Mooney. Mr« Havan, Sir A. Stophan, Mrs Johnson, Mr O. G. Armstrong, Mr arid 5ti» Neilson, Master Hellion, Mr Vf. U. Honiton, Mrs D ivies, Mrs Anderson, Mr Creswell, Mr* M'Lachlnn, Mr R, J. W. M'Artlmr, Mr I). Otren, and forty-two in steerage. March 28-Favorito, Uarqno, 193, Simpson, for Sjduey, with sundries. j ' "' IOT011T3. Per Mariposa, from Port Albort-SO head cattle, Ordcf, EXPOBTS." - Por Favorito for Sydnoy-0 hlids ram. Tondeur, Lcmpriero & Co.: 27,000 ft timber, 12,000 palings, i* A. DOWnln,-. Per City of Hobart for Molbonrno-700 cosos fr...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
THEATRE ROYAL. LAST WEEK OF TUG TRAGEDIAN M«. Mc KBA.TV JIUCHA.WA.TV. THIS-EVENING, MONDAY, Mauch_ 30, The performances will commence with Shakes- peare's Tragedy of OTH ELLO!! - OR THE MOOR OF VENICE ! - - - OTHELLO^......li... MR. MC. REAM BUCHANAN IAÜO. MU. HENRY NEIL WARNER DESDEMONA . MISS EMILY GLYNDON FAVOURITE BALLAD..!. MISS* STEWART To conclude with the laughable Farce of the queeits hobseih Nights of Performance, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ' ) . , Thursday and Friday. ' tS®"Privato Boxes, £2 2s, and £3 3s ; or 5s a Single Ticket ; Dress Boxes, 4s ; Pit 2s ; Gallery Is. No Half price. Children in arms not admitted. Doors open at seven o'clock, performance to half past seven precisely. , îDîpathttcs of tí)c íflaíl SIjíps. General Post Office, 30th March.1857. SHIP MAILS will be closed at this office us under : F. C. Sunn, ' ' ' Postmaster General
THEATRE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
THEATRE ROtfAL The appearance of Mr. Mc.Kean Buchanan is announced for this evening in conjunction with Mr H.N. Warner, who, we are glad to state, has sufficiently recovered from his indisposition to re- sume his avocations to the delight of a Tasmanian audience. The play selected for the occasion is Shakspeare's Othello; in which Mr Buchanan will personate the noble Moor, and Mr Warner the wily Ingo. From this " keen encounter of their wits" we anticipate a gratification of no ordinary description : the tragedy itself is a fine poetical conception, and furnishes appliances and means for some splendid acting, which no doubt, we shall enjoy ; and as this is the first opportunity which has been afforded the publsc to see both performers in characters suited to their respective talent,an unusual anxiety will prevail amongst the lovers of the drama, to witness a performance, .which cannot fail to prove attractive. The piece is jotlierwise well cast, Miss Glyndon will render the gentle D...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
SYDNEY. We have Sydney dates to Satmday, and the Herald of that morning contains the folio a ing re- sume of the week's operations : " The amount of gold coin paid by the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint during the week ended the 20th March lias been 20,000 half-sovereigns. "The amount of gold-dust imported into the same establishment, for the purpose of coinage, during the week, has been 1909 ounces. Of this quantity 618 ounces were received fi oin the Rocky River Diggings. » . "Government debentures, for twenty years, bear- ing five per cent interest, are not to be had except at a premium of more than one per cant ; the mar- ket having, as we anticipated, been cleared of them as well &lt;is the Railway debentures for remittance to Eüglnud. The tenders that were accepted this week by the Government, for the New or Interminable debentures, amounted to £61,200, and the prices were ns follows :-£60,000 at 98}, £200 at 99,ond £1000 at 100. The credit of the country, and the conf...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 30 March 1857
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. The following is from the Herald of the 25th. We have not had to comment, for some time, on such total inaction as that which marked the &lt; ourse of business to-day. The prevailing dullness extend» ed to every branch of commerce ; and lew opera- tions of sufficient importance to iniluencequotations took place. Flour has not again receded ; and the present firmness appears to be well maintained. Oats, in spite of sundry arrivals, command the high rates at which they have ruled of late; and in maize there is no very evident tendency towards .a serious fall. Bran-'cbntinu.es in a fair request at aboye 2s. 2d.. In the Provision market there is scarcely any- thing doing. Butter can with difficulty be quitted st d13 lowest quotations ; and advicei from the neighbouring colonies indicate that the markets are overstocked with this article. Cheese of the first-rate quality is moderately saleable : and, during the past few days, there has been a go...