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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

VICTORIA. By the City of Hobart we have received Victorian Journals, to Thursday last. They contain little of public interest, save the evi- dence taken at the inquest held on the body of the late Mr. John Price, which terminated on Wednesday last -- The jury having been locked up for one hour and forty-five minutes, at 7.25 returned a verdict of WILFUL MURDER against the following convicts :-- Thomas Maloney, Henry Smith, Thomas Williams, Richard Jones, Francis Branagan, John Young, John Williams, Henry Smith, Richard Bryan, William Jones, William Brown, James Ander- son, John Chisley, James Kelly, Daniel Dono- van, and reserved for the opinion of the Attorney-General, John Edwards, and James Burns : to which the subjoined rider was added: - After carefully reviewing the evidence brought before them, the jury cannot but express their opinion that one Cause at least of the unfortunate occurrence has been the misplaced sympathy exhibited by a portion of the public, which has by some ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF REQUESTS—FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND COURT. Before Joseph Hone Esq. Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF REQUESTS-FRIDAY. THIRTY POUND COURT. Before Joseph Hone Esq. Commissioner. The following Jurors were sworn:-Messrs A Gellie, W Belbin, J Whiteside, and F S Edgar. LETS v WRIGHT. Mr Lees stated the case to the Jury. The action was brought by the plaintiff, an Engineer, against Mr Isaac Wright, to re- cover the Sum of £11 10s, 11d. the balance of account rendered for work done. The defence was that with the exception of £6 12s 11d paid into Court, the charges were excessive and unreasonable. Augustus Delmas, clerk to the plaintiff, proved having called upon the defendant for the account fire months ago, when he promised to pay it if 2½ per cent were taken off the gross amount: the work was performed for the steamer William   Miskin. Alexander Clark, Engineer, was called to prove the, reason- ableness of the charges ; he stated that 17s a day was a fair charge for Boiler makers, who sometimes received 19s a day.   In cross examinatio...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identity our opinions with those of our correspondents To the Editor of the Mercury. 2nd April, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not Identity our opinions with those ot our correspondents To tho Editor of the Meicnry. 2nd April, 1857. SIR :-Can you tell me why the Government have discontinued the practice of having quarterly sale« of Crown Land ? It is, I know a matter of great inconvenience to some parties to have to ' wait, say six or even twelve months before they can have the opportunity of buying a section : surely the strength of the Department is or ought ' to be sufficient to meet all demands upon it--be- sides the present Ministry look I believe to the ' Land Fund for means to carry on the Government, and therefore I am at the greater loss to understand why the sales are discontinued. I should perhaps mention that some months ago I was led to believe on enquiry at the Survey Office that ere this a sale would take place, and as I know you take an interest in tho Department I have thought it best on this occasion to address you, in order that the matter may be brought to ...

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ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

ONE DAY'S LATEB NEWS THOM ENGLAND. By the arrival of the Waverly, at Victoria we cave received Liverpool papers of the 15th of January from which we make the fol- lowing extracts : LATEST TEIiEOBAPHIO DESPATCHES-SWITZEB I.AND. - A private telegraphic despatches from Berne, dated January 14, announces that the National Council have approved unanimously the proposition of liberating the Netifchater prisoners. The Commissioner of the State approved it unanimously with the exception of one vote. The discussion by the Federal Assembly has beeu prorogued till the loth instant. Another account states that the message addressed by the Federal Council to the Federal'Assembly contains the, reservation that the insurgents shall bt ¿eat oat Of the Helfet» territory until the <>ffloiil conclusion ofthe arrangements. The same document, proposes to suspend the armament and id dismiss' tita trdops, as Switzerland need no longer consider herself as in a state of war. The Message announ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.-FRIDAY. The honorable the Speaker entered tlie House at 5 minutes past 4 o'clock. 1 he House was crowded to excess in every part, and a large number of ladies were seated on eacli ide of the Speaker NOTICE or MOTION. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL gave notice that on Wednesday next he should move, a Resolution condemnatory of the lute Attorney-General v>ho bad reflected on the conduct and chancter of Mr. Innes on the 10th February. The honorable the Speaker then called upon Mr. InneB to move the following lesolution - "That the conduct and language of the Honorable the Colonial Secretar) ni this House ou Fri- day, the 27th March, were such as to interfere With the freedom of its Debates,-to compro < mise the reputation of this branch of the Legislature m the estimation ot the intelligent and respectable portion of the people of this as well as that of any other community to which its proceedings may become known, to render the calm and efficient discharge of t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TEANSPOSITIOIT.-Oneof those unaccoun- table accidents occurred in "making up" our last issue to which the best are at times hable. We al- lude to the transposition ofone Column of our Coun- cil Report into the'place of another Oui- readers of course must have observed it;-and so did we when it was too late. It so rarely happens that a mistake of this kind occurs in our columns, that it may easily be pardoned were it only for its novel- ty POLICE HOSTEB.-The magistrate whose duty ¡tis to attend at the Police Office this day is Samuel Moses Esq ;-to-morrow (Tuesday) the duty will devolve upon Capt. Bateman. QUAETEB SESSIONS.-The Court of Quarter Sessions opens this morning at 10 o'clock. Jurors, whose names are on the panel, and witnes- ses subpatned, will have to be in attendance. The following is the Calendar : -Samuel Hart, assault with intent to rob ; Mary Tindal, larceny ; John Burridge, assault ; Mary Doyle, larceny ; Robert Lamb, assault ; David Johnston, em...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

UV«» ttm ttáééi. 1857. v üj3éT fut Patronage of ¿lis Excellency Sir Henry Edward Fox Yoting. T« Btèri each day at 12 o'clock, precisely. SfCWAtlDS Colonel Pcrctvjil, 12th Regiment. James Lord, Eíqülre Hr. Built*, M. H A. ' '1 fttímas W. Field, Esqnirc. TREASUREU. 1 bomas Y. Lowes, Csqure, M. L. G ' J HOOF. . Rollet t TitzGerald, Esquire. Clerk ofthe Course, J. Edington, Esq. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FHIDÂY, IMh; 10th, and I7th, A PHIL, 1857. FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, 15th AMIL MAÍDLN PLATE, Of 30 sovs fot hows that lis\e never Won public tneméf i two mile heals , 'lown Plato Weights , «torrance, 3 EOVH. HIE TOWN PLATE, Of 100 sovs for all oges, 3 y ears old, 7*t 121bs; e,4 year* old, 8»t lulos ; a years old, Ost 611» » 6 and aged/ 9st lOib»-Entrance, 6 sovs. Heats, twice round ill« conve. TAVERN PLAIE, Of 40«Wa for all ages ; ? years' old, 8st4lWj4 ¡(art bid, 9st ¿Hi« ; ñ y eu A old, lOsi, C arid aged, TO»( Clfií. llntííuice, 2 Suva. Heats, onie roilud »fid a distance. BREWERS" PÜRSD, O...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock o» Saturday Hunting last ALE If BEEE-fiohohaleJ Ale, Host's No 2 per do: IO \Bs Od Worthington and Eobinson's No 3 per hltd 91 0* Od .Alsopp's No 3, per hhd 19 Os Od Ditto pale East India per Iihd~ 19Í Bl Od io li) 10s Od Other Irandt per hhd l8 IO« Od to IO Alsopp's per dozen Ils Od to 11» Cd Byass'* Ms Gd to 11s Gd Duckworth'*- 11» Gd to 11» Bd Bryant and Davis'* 12» Od to \3¿ Od Marzelti's 11» Od to Us Od Hilbcrl's 10» Od lo 10» Od Oilier bottlers,X Is to 12?. Porter, JBarclay's, per hhd 17 Bs 0 to li 10» Elliott and Walney'sper IMIG 0» Od to VI Os Other brands IS 10» Od to li 0» Od Trueman'* X per Mid IO 5s Od to 16 5» Od Trueman's XX per hhd IO 10» Od to IO IS» "<£' Taylois' stout per hlid VJ Os Od to 17 10» Od Byass*s guarh per doz 12» Gd to 13) Od Whitbread'* stout per doz 12» Od to 12», Od Marzelti's porter per doz 1Ï» Od io 12» Bruant and Davis's per doz 11» Od to 11» Oí Other bottlers per dos lu» Od to 11» I...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

Staun to and tram Ne« Norfolk THE fcvourlte steamer MONARCH leaves New Korfoik DAILY at 8 a.m. Bridgewater at »a,!*., and Re* Down at 10 a.m, arriving in tawa about half-past 10 o'clock ; and return« to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at 3 p.m. daily I ARE*, Saloon. Fora cabin To or from New Norfolk 3» *» Bridgewater and Compton 3a » Rest Down. 2i LvTTftELL ic WISE, Proprietors sV AU consignments and orders from the coun- try punctually and faithfully attended to. The Sagte Une of Packets THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRALIAN NA VÍGATION COMPANY'S tun OREAT BRITAIN. 8500 tons, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, Will be dispatched for Liverpool. EARLY IN MARCH. Var freight or passage apply to Messrs BRIG HI BROS. Melbourne ; or to W. KNIGHT, New Wharf EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ("Limited) The following, or othermagnificent Screw Steam Skips belonging to the Company will be dis- patched from Hobson'« Bay with her Majesty's Maila for Southampton (via Sue* and Alexandria...

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POLICE OFFICE—FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 April 1857

POLICE OFFICE-FRIDAY hight Charges.-Mr. Fenwick disposed of the nient charges in a very short time. Four drank aras were fined £1 each, and one old lady, for her fourth offence was fined £4. The usual alternativ« was provided in the event of non-payment < Sneaking_Bridget Rourke, a free emigrant, and very young, was charged with being on the premises oi Mr. Lewis for an unlawful purpose. She pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to 3 month»' imprisonment. Bad Language,-two women for this offence against morals, were fined 5s. each. Idle and Di*orde?ttj.-~Wi\\iam Alexander, for being an idle and disorderly person lodging in the open air, and having no visible means of subsist- ence, was sentenced to one months' imprisonment with hard labor. Before Messrs. Stewart and Fenwick. Assault.-William Lemon complained of having been unlawfully assaulted and beaten on the 28th March, by Mr. Christopher Horwood, of Murray street, landlord of the Plough and Harrow. The complainant stated ...

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THE LECTURE OF LOUIS NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

THE LECTURE OF LOUIS NAPOLEON, The Emperor of the French has just al- lowed a lecture to be read to him ; it has been given him in due form and state-what is not done in proper form in France ?-and makes its appearance in the Moniteur. The Empe- ror has selected, however, a very lofty and right worshipful offence to confess-a crime truly royal and imperial,-that of too. great munificence. What would half the world givo for such a subject of confession as this ? If a victory may sometimes ruin, a humiliation may sometimes be so arranged as to produce exaltation. If Louis Napoleon's faults are virtues, what must his virtues be? He has evidently made royalty his study, and knows exactly what kings ought to do ; he will be " every inch a king;" the proper virtues, the proper faults of royalty,, are exhibited with faultless accuracy, according to the most approved rules of state ceremony and tradi- tion. Who docs not know that munificence is a royal virtue? It is so laid down in all book...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Difficulties in negotiating Sydney sovereigns are experienced in Mauritius, and the Commer- cial Gazette, to hand by the Lucy, thus speaks of them : There has been a mint for some time at Sydney, at which sovereigns are coined, a certain amount in this money has been received here, but there are difficulties to its parsing currently) the Go- vernment not having authority to receive it. There is r.ither more pure gold in the Sydney sovereigns than there is in that of the United Kingdom. We have received a copy of El Mercurio of the 10th of January, being eight weeks later than our previous advices from Valparaiso. The following is the Mercury's report of the state of the flour niaiket:-Prices remain stationary at the quota- tions of tnc previous week. Sellers are unwilling to submit to a reduction, and buyers aro reluctant to operate at current quotations. Among the sales effected, we note the following :-Southern brands 2,000 quintals at 8 dois. 50c. with six...

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THE LIVING ROMANCE OF FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

THE LIVING ROMANCE OF FRAUD. ONE of the shortest modes to a manufactured evenue appears to be to get up a bank.and the | beauty of proceeding by the regular forms of j business is, that you can make tools of the most influential men. You may imploy in your own behalf the servile worship of wealth j and appearances. "The Story of the British ^ Bank-how we got it up, and how it went down-by One Behind the Seenes,"is amongst the most interesting romances' of commercial j life ; and no part of lifo has been so productive in romance lately as tho commercial. From the internal evidence of the phainplet, we in- fer that the author is Mr. John Menzies, who j was for a time the secretary to the bank, and for whom, in fact, the authorship of the scheme is claimed. His idea was to introduce into London "the Scotoh system of banking," with its cash credits and its mode of deposit, extremely convenient to tho ordinary trades- man. In passing we will observo thaj; the plan is very suitable for Sc...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. WHEAT.-Teiidors in duplicate aro invited by tho Commissariat until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, tho 15th of April for tho supply of about 20,000 bushels of clean sound Colonial Wheat, 61 pounds ¡ to the bushel, to bo free from smut and properly screened pie nous to delivery into Her Majesty's Magazines at Hobart Town. Period of delivery to extend to the Slat July next. Bonds will bo required ot tho fulfilment of tho Con- tract, mid must bo executed immediately after îecoiv ing the notification of tho acceptance of tho Tender. The Tenders must state in «ords at length, at so much per hishel qfßilbs, mid bo signed by a respecta- ble person willing to enter into a bond with tho contrac- tor. No samples will be received, as tho wheat must be ofthe best quality and subject to approval. DUNROBIN ISBLDOE.-l'endors will bo received at tho Office of Publie Works, Hobart Town, until 12 o'clock, on Saturday, tho 4th April noxt, for tho completion of the works at Dunrobin Bridge,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

Huon Settlement. MR. GREIGS, storekeeper, &c, has been np pointed Agent for this journal at the Huaii Cullenswood, MR. HENRY ARCHDALL of Cullenswood lias been appointed Agent for the Hobart Town Mercuiy for the District of Fingal and Cullenswood. THEATRE ROYAL, GRAND PERFORMANCE m AID or TUE WIDOW AND ORPHANS' FUND OF THE A. ASD I.O.O.T The Lessee having given a night in aid of the above laudable institution, brethren and friends are earnestly invited to assist in the undertaking. Pie viona to the commencement of the Comedy, BrotherDeputy Grand Master Ivey will deliver an address iu favor of Oddfcllowship Tim ODD FELLOWS ADDRESS being an exposition of the Piinciples of Odd Fellowship. THIS-EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Arnit, 8TH, The performances will commenco with Tobin's admired' Comedy of THE HONEY-MOON !!! DUKE ARANZA. Ma, ir. N. WARNER JULIANNA. MISS EMILY OLYNDON VOLANTE . MRS. HARWARD HIGHLAND FLINa . DROTIIER AMATEUR Brother JOHN DUNN will go through the doleful ,. Tragedy of...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not Identity our opinions with those of our correspondents Little Oyster Cove Gold Diggings, 4th April 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not Identity our opinions with those of our correspondents Little Oyster Cove Gold Diggings,   4th April 1857. Sir. May I request you will give place in your publication, to a matter of some importance, at this moment of excitement; Remarking in the Ho-   bart- Town journals, an advertisement of land for sale, at Oyster Cove, I deem it necessary to pub- licly make known that it is not my land, nor is it near mine, neither have I any knowledge of the fact, further than that of seeing the notification above named, and being aware how very sceptical many are as to the fact of success in my present pursuit in searching for the precious metal, I feel justified in this attempt to set them right on this point ; and further to say, I have no idea of sel- ling my land, feeling too sure of its ultimate value as a Gold field. I am, Sir, Yours, Obediently A. F. PIGUENIT.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

LATEST DATES. England* .....r.A."... S.in Francisco ..".. New York .: Capo of Good Hopo. Mauritius. Singapore. Coylon. China. Calcutta . ». Bombay . Valparaiso .,... AustralianCt-'onies. viz: Victoria .'.. Sydney. Adelnde.. ,. New Zealand. Western Austr.dia. f. nth: 12th. 18th. 22nd. lfith. 23rd. 7th. 4th. 10th. 30th. 10th. 4th. 31st. 21th. 18th. 31st. - ' Dec. Feb. 1 Dec. Aprl Mar. Mar. Feb. Tile Mowury is published every Monday Wodncsdav and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. Tho Com mis eariut and Colonial Government Notices are pub lisuel official!) under authority. The Charge for subscriptions to this Nowspaper, is £1161 cash ; £2 2s per annum credit ; or Us and 10s 6d respectively per quarter. The Charge for advertisements is Is and 6d por inch foi euch insertion, Advcitiscmonts not exceeding thirt> words or half an hieb, aro charged one shilling each nisei tion. To legular advertisers, 15 per cent will be allowed oQ advertisements inseited for three months; 25 por cent off adver...

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Departures of the Mail Ships. General Post Office, 8th April, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

Dcjjartuus of tlje íflaíl Ships. General Post Offieej 8th April. 1837 SHIP MAILS will be closed at this ollice as under : For Swan Rivcr,Adelaide,Sj dncy,via Melbourne Per City of Hobart, this day at 10 a.m. For Melbourne, per City of Hobart this day at 11 a.m. For Port Albert, per Helen S. Page,this day at 4 p>nh For London Via Suez and Atarscillcs per Colum- bian on Or about the 16th ¡nst. For London via Suez and Southampton, per Co- lumbian on or about the 10th inst. * , For Mediterani.ati Ports, via Suez,pcr Columbian on or about the 10th inst. For India, Mauritius, and Cape of Good Hope via Point de Galle, per Columbian, on or about the loth inst. F.C. Süii'lt, Postmastci-Gcnef al.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before R. W. Fenwick Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before R. W. Fenwick Esquire. Night Charges.~V\ia charge Bheet this morning was rather heavy, b'x drunkards wore fined 20s. each ; one forty shillings ; and One old sinner named Eliza Macintyre for lier seventh offence was sent to jail for 14 days. Two for disturbing tho peace were fined 5s each. One for employing ob- scene language was similarly visitedkOne for being idle and disorderly was sent to jan for fourteen days. Murder.-Job Sutton, charged with tho Wilful Murder of Henry Pratt at Brighton a short time since, was remanded to Brighton for examination. Insolence.-Samuel Roberts waa charged with insolence and disobedience of orders. His Mistress, Mrs Perry, did not appear. The Magistrate, Mr. Fenwick, staled that he was aware that several Prisoners of the Crown made a practice of being insolent, knowing that their Mistresses would not attend at the Police Office if they could avoi d it. He would, therefore, sentence him to six months probation. Out...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 8 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Wo find by the Sydney Empire of the 31st ult,. that the Sea Bild, of the safety of which great fears were entertained, and which was largely underwri ten in this city, had put into King George's Sound, leaky, and that the Mail steamship had brought a poition of her cargo to Sydney, consisting of 7180 bags of su»ar, 1155 bags, and 132 bales of wool. This intelligence will, thercfoie, relieve the anxiety ol' the underwriter. THE RIVER MIN.-This river seems to have collared, though we cannot say it has distanced, the Pratas shoal, in the mattei of wrecks. The American clipper Golden Racer, tea laden for the United States, on her departure from the port, struck on the outer knoll, and was totally loit. Wc have no information as to what became of the crew. The Flyaway is also said to have grounded at the mouth of the river, but having received no serious damage,nho proceeded on her voyage.-Hong Kong Overland Register. The Tickler, from the Fcegees and Vavou, re- p...

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