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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DIVING FOB GOI,D.-The accounts from the South Esk, as noticed in the Launceston papers, became more encouraging, and there can ibe no doubt, but that go'd exists, and, probably, tn large quantities, hi the bed of the river. It is he opinion of some practical diggers, with whom we have conversed on the subject,that the precious metal may have been washed down from some «matrix in the hills, by the floods, which occur peri* idicaily in the north, and that quantities may he sound in the deep pools of the river. We would euggest, therefore,that experienced divers should be amployed, furnished with diving helmets and the tpparatus, (which may be had in the colony,) and rhat they should bring u-i, from the bed of the hiver, the sand, gr ivel, &c, in which the gold may ae deposited, and which, on being washed, would pt once prove its existence or otherwise. The ex- periment, we think, is worth a trial, and.from what e have heard, we are inclined to predict a fav...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

FINGAL GOLD FIELDS There have been 21 persons engaged at the above diggings during the past week. 'The amount of gold obtained being 10 ounces 10 dwts. Of the quantity of gold found during the past week. Byatt Last and another man obtained 4 ounces. The other parties are sinking shafts at Major's Creek, and have consequently not been washing any stuff. ROBERT PRINGLE STUART, P. M. LAUNCESTON GOLD FIELD. There were 26 persons permanently engaged dur- ing the week, and about 100 have been there pros- pecting who.did not remain. The amount of gold obtainedyias been 8 ounces. \ W. GUKN, P. M. A gentlemarkwho arrived last evening by the Coach brings excising news of the prospects at the South Esk. Threè'-men had taken out of the bend of the river 12 ounces of gold, which he had seen. He states that the greatest excitement prevailed in Launceston when the Coach left yesterday mor- ning-the inhabitants looking forward with im- patience to the result of the Public Meeting.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

PARIIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE I 3.E07.SLATIVE COUNCIL- YESTERDAY. Tfcie President took the chair at four o'clock. MESSAGES. . The COLONIAL SECRETARY ond the Colo mial Treasurer brought up a Resolution, in refer- ence to the Salaries of the Governor, the Colonial .Secretary, fire. j Also, a resolution, appointing a select committee -- to enquire into Mr. E. Abbott's claim tor compen- sation for land at Launceston. Mr KNIGHT gave notice, that he Bhould move ... do-morrow, this dny, for the appointment of a com j| iiniitee of this House, to co-operate witb the com- mittee of the House of Assembly, and to consist of the following- Members : the hon. Messrs Wedge, Nairn, Henty and \\ alker. Mr WEDGE .URçestcd, that the name of the Mover should be aided to the committee. Mr KNIGHT declined to act, as he had advo | .cated Mr Abbott's claim before the Caveat Board, j and on the ground, that his opinion on the subject j was well known. i TRANSPORTED OFFENDERS ACT. j AMENDMENT BILL. \ On the Mot...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL. 1 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

THE MERCURY. Publísfieti íHottlrají, ¡SBErtJiHsoan. & iFcíaaa WEDNESDAY MO LINING. APRIL. 11857. TUE policy of Mr. Gregson's Cabinet is now fairly beforu the public ; and we would strongly recommend our readeis to study it with calm ness, in conjunction with tho speech of Mr Chapman. The JPiess-with one exception-? has acted with fairness, candour, and plain dealing. , It has published Mu. GBEOSOX'S Memorandum in extenso : and it has furnished a full report of Mr. Chapman's damaging ply to it. The various points at issue betwoen the past and present C.ihinet may bo easily gathered from these documents ; and it is the duty of every man possessed of tho fran- chise to form au opinion of his own concer- ning them. Mr. Gregson carno into power perched upon the broad shoulders of " Retrenchment." Such was his policy ; and it enlisted tho sympathy of every thinking man in the Colony. The cry with which the new Ministers wont down to the country-Ratren chment before Taxa- tion-was ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

3o i 1 So?' ^Utíflérthé Patronage of Hi« Excellency Sir Henry '.. . Edward Fox Young. '? . ; ÏO iTo Staff each day at 12 o'clock; prèèiscly. ; ?>Vi/ StfewAiTris: . ;'?;.'-?' ii.-,;..:.». cólonelPcrcivaí, 1 ¿iii Regiment. . j "''?.'/?'.'"tdhit» Lord, Esquitó?"":'? : ' " ''. " ' ! -''='?' ?' Dr." Biff 1er, M. H; Ai ;!;!' " >??. ...¡?¿.?.< . Thornes W; Field, Esriiiirei :; ;; - > - ul¡!0 ;';.''? ;<:?; . TRBABURSR. f .O'...- ?-' : V,|'f':tt<i|ntó'iyrtow'eir, ¿squire;;MÏ'fi.'C '". ' i -/S ?*.?'..; ?.'??.'..- ', ,*. . JuDOB :.. -.., ", ...;,'?, . ? ; v;.,;: ; ,. Roheit: FilzGerald,.Esquire. :. ?-.'! ï ».'., Clerk. Of the Course, J: Edington; Esq. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY,; ., ,15th,. 16th, and Í7th', APRILV;1857. ¡^ '; MRST DAY, WËDKtëSDAY", ISth APRIL «V: ? ; MAIDEN PLATE;; iiä-y.i r. . ? ..????.???..'??: ??:-. . ?'?:. -..' ?:...;. ?? Of 30 sovs for horses that haye never won public rhpiiey ; two mile beats ¡ Town Plate weights j entrance,...

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BOMBARDMENT OF CANTON. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

BOMBARDMENT OF CANCÓN. mai, I We are now in possession of the full ac- count« fftfTi China, of which tho eleetrio tel* egraph had before furnished na only the out- line. Substantially the first impression con- veyed to us of the causes of the quarrel, and the operations that followed it seems to be correct. There are, indeed, mattera in dis« pute, such as whether the lorcha out of which the men were taken was carrying British colours, and whether the consul was entirely justified in the steps that he took ; but there can be no question that the Chinese autho- rities had violated the existing treaty, which requires them to demand suspected criminals from the nearest consul, arid not seize them themselves, and as 1 ittle that tho réquisition of the consul that the men should be restored to the ship, and that an apology should be made, was refused. The conduct of the Chinese governor-general was throughout ar- rogant and insulting, and he actually went the length of refusing to receive...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

1 P UBLISHED BY AUTHORITY ACCOUNTJtííT OF STORES' OFFICE \ \ S7th March, 1857. [fpENDERfi *ill be received by me until noon on j JL Thursday, the-9th April, for the conveyance «tf iunaties from Hobart Town to New Norfolk JWylum, from tile date of contract to the 31st of March, 1858. 't he conveyance must be by cover- ed Van.which mutt be provided by the Contractor.' J FORSTER, Accountant of Stores. ACCOUNTANT OF STORES' OFFICE. 26th March, 1857. rpENDERS will be received at this Office until I 12 o'clock noon »n Thursday ,the 9th of April, for tlie supply of the nnder-mcn'ioned Articles, in Hobart Town, to the several Departments of the Colonial Government, at such time» and places between the date "f contract and the 30th of June fttXt as nmv be required : CLOTHING. Braces, webb, worsted, 100 pairs. Buttons, brace, bone, 30 dozen. x)itto, jacket, ditto, 30 ditto. Calico, unbleached, yard wide, 86 yards. Cloth, cotton, Horrocks, long, 50 yards. Ditto, woollen, tweed, grey, 100 yards...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

Steam to and from New Norfolk THE favourite steamer MONARCH leaves New Norfolk DAILY at 8 a.m. Bridgewater at 9 .,»., «d Rert Down at 10 a.ra, arriving m town about halt-past IO o'clock ; and returns to Neif Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at 3 p.m. daffy *, FARES, Saloon. Fora cabin Ta-or from New Norfolk 5a 4a Bridgewater and Compton 3a 2« Rut Down. 2a Lo»TkEtL Be Wise, Proprietors sjey AU consignments and orders from the coun- try pnaetuaUy and faithfully attended to. fhe Eagle Une of Packets THE LÍVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA- VIGATION COMPANY'S THB GrRBAT BRITAIN, i 3500 tons, 500 horse-power, ' JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, Will be dispatched for Liverpool. EARLY IN MARCH. For freight OT passage apply to Messrs BRIGH1 BROS. Melbourne ; or to W. KNIGHT, New Wharf EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ('Limited) Tile following', or othermagnificent Screw Steam Ships belonging to the Company will be dis- patched from Hobson's Bay with' her Majesty's Mails for Southampton (via Suez and...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. March 30 P[?] barone 280 Gallaher. from [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. \r...L in Ci Marcb 30. f et, uarque, ¿ou, uaimiier, iroui Java Feb. I5th, with sundries. Passengers-cabin, Captain and Mrs M'Lean, and 1 steerage. Mail 1 bog. Agents-Brown & Co. March 30. Eclipse,schooner,190,Wolfe,fromPort Albert 26th inst., with 60 head cattle. Passengers cabin, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Dawson, Mail 1 bag. Agent-Guesdon. .". " _ - SAILED. March 31. Mary Ann, schooner, 116, Graves, for Port Albert. . "--.»' March 31. Glencoe, barque, 160, Lang, for Port Albert, with sundries. ' March31. Royal Shepherdess,barque275,Walrous, for whaling, with part ot original cargo from South Seas. , " ' March 31. Mariposa,tchooncr,191,Croucher,for Port Albert, with sundries. March 31. Helen, schooner,15G,Clark,for Wei. lington and Auckland, N.Z., with sundries.' IMFOUTS. Pet, Java-286 bgs coffee,127 bgs rice, 2414 bgs sugar, 1 bx cajiput dil, 1 buffalo hide, 1 cow do., 8125 bgs sugar, 14,bgs pepper, Brown &Co. EXPORTS. Glencoe, Port Albert-2 b...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. LONGFORD POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 April 1857

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. LONGFORD POLICE OFFICE. On Monday the 23rd instant the examination of George Robinson and Abraham Quarman charged with the Murder of Robert Nicholls the Hawker on the 2nd of Feb. '53 concluded. After this murder has been concealed for so long, circumstances have ari- sen which are of so suspicious a nature, as to induce the Bench to Commit Robinson for trial at the Su preme Court. Quarman was discharged. A correspondent has kindly forwarded to us a   long account of the examination. The Prisoner Robinson it appeals has been continually in the ha-   bit of talking about the murder ; and had been heard on one or two occasions to drop hints impli- cating one James Wilson (one of the witnesses; as the murderer. Several of the witnesses had heard Robinson declare at various times that he knew who killed Billy Nicholls and had his money. Wilson had given the deceased several pounds on   the same day to bring some fruit for him from...

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THFATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

THFATRE ROYAL. The personation of King Lenr, lost night, by Mr. Buchanan, was one of the most masterly of as his great performances! Like other great Actor, he has his favourite char otters ; that oï Lear is on them, and to its representation he brought all the combined energy and tenderness, which were so finely exhibited by Edmund Kean. His "enrse" wasjfearfully terrific, and the exclamation :-"Aye every inch a King !" was strikingly grand and ma- jestic. Mr. N. Warner's Edgar was a fine and most poetical piece of acting, and the play, throughout, wat well cast, and as well performed, Miss Glyn non's Cordelia being all that wat gentle, filial and affectionate. On Monday night the pe rformance will tempo- rarily conclude the season until the Easter Holi- days. During the recess, preparations will be completed for lighting the Theatre with gas, and for producing a grand and magnificent dramatic spectacle entitled the Sea of Icei

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS—WEDNESDAY. Before Joseph Ho[?] Esquire Chairan, and Henry Hopkins, and F A Downing Esquires. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

I LAW INTELLIGENCE. I COUBT OF «UAKTKft BKSSlOHS-WsDNESDAY. Before Joseph Hon» Ksqalra Chairan, tal Henry Hopkins, sod F A Downing Esquires. An» Thom** was placed td the seek-final goUtr of so aggravated auanlt on Mr. Cramp-«nd the Chairman stated that the proaecator had behsv'Sdtdiraida her with greet kind- ness-not wishing tint shs ihooldbe kept id jail The Court therefore, would only sentenot her to be Imprisoned in the female House of Correction nnUl the 6th instant/ and to And tiro surette« of £10 etch to keep the peace for tix month! -her Imprisonment, however,to bo prolonged in the treat of inch unties not betas forthcoming. The prisoner kept making rambling remark» to the Court, and waa evldenUy unconscious of having done any set which the wu not eatborited to do. The Court then rota.

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. A V O C A. (From our own Correspondents.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

COUNTRY DISTRICTS AVOCA. (From our own Correspondents.) Many complaints exist in this district, relative to the manner in which the Police perform their duties, and it is much regretted, that their atten- tion is not more particularly directed to the de- tection of sheep-stealers, with which this and the adjoining districts are infested. Instead of this, however, the constables may be seen lounging about the public houses; seeking" for fines, and very much annoying the inhabitants. The atten- tion of the authorities to these matters of com plaint would, doubtless, remedy an evil, which is becoming positively injurious, vas many respect- able persons bave expressed a determination to leave the locality, if some alteration is not speedily effected. CULLENSWOOD. There is great necessity for a licensed house in this part of the country: the distance from Fingal to Falmouth is 21 mil«, and there is no inn on or | near the road ; a house, however, has been erec- ted, with' every suitable ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SYDNE.Y. By the Tasmania we have intelligence to the 28th. ult. We quote from the Empire of that date : Messrs. W. Dean and Co. held an important sale of wines, spirits, beers, &c., on account of Mersrs. Kirchner and Co., at their stores, Wynyard-street, which was well Bttended by the trade, 'merchants, and dealers. It being the first large sale after the heavy advance advised per E. and A. R. M. S. Columbian, as having taken place on wines and spirits in Enrope, and are likely to regulate prices of several leading articles, the result was watched with anxiety by those present and the trade gen- erally. Several large parcels of case brandy sold at an advance of fully 2s. per case. Martell's, Hennessy's and other brandies, in wood, were placed at Is. per gallon above late quotations ; case gin, port, sherry, and rum maintained former prices ; claret, sauterne, hock, and whisky show a slight decline. The trade however showed a dis- position to stock the...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. WHEAT.-Tenders in duplicate «re invited by the Commissariat until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 16th of April for the,supply of about 20,000 bushels of clean sound Colonial Wheat, 61 pounds to the bushel, to bo free from smut and properly screened previous to delivery hito lier Majesty's Magazines at Hobirt Town. Period of delivery to extend to the 31st July next. Bonds will be required to the fulfilment of the Con- tract, und must be executed immediately after receiv- ing the notification of tho acceptance of the Tender. The Tenders must state in words at length, at so much per bushel of ellis, and be signed by u respecta- ble person willing to enter into bond with the contrac- tor. No samples will be received, as the wheat must bo of the best quality and subject to appro\aI. DDKHOBIN Bmsas.-Tenders will bo received at the Office of Public Works, Hobart Town, until 12 o'clock, on Saturday, the 4th April next, for the completion of the works at Dunrobin Bridge, acr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

M Huon Settlement. R. GREIGS, storekeeper, &c, has been ap- pointed Agent for this journal at the HUM Cullenswood, MR. HENRY ARCHDALL of Cullenswood has been appointed Agent for the Hobart lown Mercury for the District of Fingal and Cullenswood. HUON DISTRICT. MB.'WAINWRIGHT, our Collector leaves Hobart Town this day and will call upon our Subscribers in the Huon District, andi Brown's River, who, we hope will respond to his request to settle their several accounts THEATRE ROYAL. LAST N IGHT OF THE SEASON BUT ONE!} UAST NIQH.T! .? OF TUB TRAGEDIAN MR. MC. KBAÜf BUCHAIVAlf.' Who will appear in his celebrated character of SIR GILES OVERRACH! Mr. H. N. WARNER as WELBURN!!! THIS-EVENING, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, The performances will commence with Mas singer's great Play in five acts of A NEW WAYT-OLD DEBTS. SIR GILES. MR. MC. KEAN BUCHANAN WELBORN ... MR. HENRY NEIL WARNER MARGARET OVERREACH ... MISS EMILY GLYNOON FAVOURITE BALLAD . MISS STEWART To conclude with the laughable Farce of ...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

AQBXTS FOB TBI8 JOTTBNAL. Hobarton.Mr. Lawrance Elizabeth-street " .George Burt, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point .;.Sir Leake Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, Scandale, and Longford., Mr G Stewart Oreen Ponds . Mr Speed Franklin,and the Muan. Mr Qreig Sorell, PilwaUr and forcett. Mr HeUttt Melbourne, Victoria .Messrs. Gordon arid Oolch London, Ireland, Scotland .Messrs F- Algar Licerpovi and the Isle of Man .Messrs Wilmr

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.-WEDNESDAY. The Honorable the Speaker entered the House at 5 minutes past 4 o'c'ock. PETITION. Mr. ALLISON presented a petition from certain butchers complaining of injustice having been don« to them In the acceptance of the Tenders for snp. plying meat to the Government, and praying that justice might be done lo them in the premises. Petition read. Mr. ALLISON then moved that the petition be received. Mr. Mc'PHEKSON thought the House had nothing to do with it. It Was a matter that belonged to the Imperial Government, and the petitioners ought therefore to apply to the Commissariat. On the suggestion of Mr. CHAPMAN the peti- ~ tion was again reid. Mr. CHAMP thought thBt any persons should be allowed to petition and that their petition should be received, although it was evident that the House could not assist them. Mr. MILLER said he should oppose the recep- tion of the petition. Mr. CHAMP asked if the Colonial Secretary would tell in what way the Colonial Governme...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

LATEST DATÉS. 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 Austndia., 12tb. 12th. 13th. 22nd. Uth. 23rd. 7th. 4th. lOtb. 30th. 20tb. 28th. 28tb. 24th. 18th. 31st. Jan. Jan. Dec Feb. Jan.. Nov. Jan. Jan. Jan. Dec. Oct. Mar. Mar. Mar. Feb. Jan.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 3 April 1857

PARLIAMENTAKY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-WEDNESDAY. The President took the chair at five minutes past 4 o'clock. NOTICES. Mr. KERMODE to ask to-morrow, yesterday, what amount of money had been paid in aid of the various Road frusts for 1856, distinguishing each Trust. Dr. BEDFORD wished to ask the hon. Member for North Esk the difference between land furnished for agricultural pul poses, and for tillage. Mr. WEDGE replied, that in all grants, a cer- tain quantity of land was applied to pastoral pur- poses, and a fair proportion to tillage. Mr. KNIGHT gave notice that he should ask to-morrow, yesterday, whether the Government intended to enforce the Order in Council.relative to the paid servants of the Government, who might have scats in Parliament, and that after the recess, he should move the rescinding of that Order. DEBENTURES BILL. On the motion of Mr. Wedge seconded by Mr. Whyte the £32,000 Debenture Bill was read a first time. APPROPRIATION BILL The House resumed in Com...

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