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ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

ENGLISH. The " Times " of the 15th November, favours the «pinion that the motiettry crisis in England was only of a temporary tTltirácter : The English funds have fully recovered from the de- pression caused yesteiday by ttie advance in the rate of discount. Consols for rmiicy opened steadily at the final price of last evoning-92fr to # and improved dur- ing the day to 29J to J, ut which they closed. For the 4th of December the last transaction were at 92J. The chief cause of tlie return of firmness consisted in numerous purchases on the part of the public, but tlio monthly stftteffcciit of the Balik of Franco contributed in the "sain* direction. Although money was not in excessive demand, 7 per cent, was paid for loans on Consols, thus affording a remarkable proof ot the gene- ral ¡mpsession as to the temporary character < f the ex- isting crisis. Bank Stock left o(V at 215 to 217 ; Re- duced, 91* to i; New Three per Cent., 91 i to J; Exchequer-bonds, 08{ to i ; and Indi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. Os FRIDAT. evening last, the Misses Gougenheiin nude their first tppearanCe Wore a tasmanian audi- ence, »t the Theatre Royal. Tilo House was well filled m every part by the citiisens, and great anxiety was shown to witness the performances of the ladies, whose fa-ne had long preceded theai. We must con- fess wo felt no little anxiety odrJelves, notwithstanding the praise which has been lavished upon the fair " Sis- ters"-and that unsparingly-by all who have wit- nessed their acting. That anxiety, however, was soon relieved. When Miss Ady walked down the stage which she did amidst greit applause-We at once saw that the lady before us was Brie abolit whose ability no question could arise. Mer figure, her manner, her voice-at once stamped bcrj as, an actress of moro than ordinary talent. As the picco proceeded (Conrt and Stage) the peculiarities of Miss Ady became moro and more marked. Her acting is exceedingly dignified and her voice rich and musical. But, to our think...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Feb. 5-Tommy, schooner, 60 tons. James Morris, from Melbourne Jan. 28, with sundries. Agents-T. D. Chapman & Co. Feb. 5-Eucalyptus, barque, 194 tons, J. B. Black- burn, from Melbiurno 31st ultimo, w ith sheep. Pas- sengers-Mrs Ward and two in the steerage. Agent -C.M.Maxwell. Feb7-City of Hobart, steamer 361 tons, Bentley, from Melbourne, 5th instant, cabin passengers-Mr Thomas Barclay, Mrs Collins, Miss Hobbs, Miss Mary Ann Wilson, Mr Cave, Mr Frazer, Mr and Mrs I* Turnbull and child and servant, Mr Hamilton, Mr Wilkins, 10 steerage; Cargo sheep and sundries. Agent C Toby. Fob 7-Sabine, schooner 111 tons, Fuiuc, from Mel- bourne, in ballast. Agent C M Maxwell. Feb 7-Circassian, schooner 119 tons, Lyons, from Launceston. ENTERED OUT. February. 6-Janet Dickson schooner 67-tons Toby fur Melbourne, - - ' u' '" 'CLEAJurD OU*. ' 'i*Pl7? '.. February 7-Bóbert tU Betsey, »cheon« 140 tons, Wishart, for Melbourne. Feb 7-Hargraves, schooner 197 tons, Henderson, ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

LATEST EUEOPEAN. IMPORTANCE OF Su.vuoiir. - Sunlight has m my mysterious properties, and exerte upon the m iterial .world influences the most various. It is the life of plants, and animal« like plants, apart from it become colourless and latiBiiid in. development- It stimulates and «ives a healthier and firmer tone to the whole body, colours and purifies the blood.puts better life into the nerves, and through them sends, as it1 were, shocks of health to the inmost recesses of the body. All the functions of life, when disposed to flag, tend to beiorae more regular and healthy when the body enjoys freely the stimulus of light, and there can be no doubt that a noticeable part of the benefit derived trom sea-side re-idence is due to the width-of the horizon and the fljod of light, which not oulv comes down from a wide heaven, but is reflected back into it also by the mirror of the sea "For pale-leatured children or adu/ts those who have any tsndency to scrofula or are weakly with swelli...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

Departures of tüe ¿tiail äljip3. Oth February 1857. SHIP MAILS will be closed at this office at under :- , For Sydney and New Zealand, per Tasmania via Launceston this day at hulf-past 6 p.m. For Loudon, \ia Suez and Marseilles, per Simla, on or about i he IO inst For London, via Suez and Súttthhámpton, per Simla on or about the, 10 ¡mt. For Mediterranean Ports via Suez, per Siu la oii.or about the 10 ¡list. , Tor Indiu, via Melbourne per Simla o.i or about the 10 inst. F. C. SMITH, _1 'ostmaster-General. rnHEATRE ROYAL.-THIS EVENING, The 1 bisters ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENHEIM, whose unparalleled and successful engagement ol eighty .even nights in Sydney, has been the theme of both the press and the public, will appear this Evening ¡niora Taylor's comedy of COURT AND STAGE. Mira Stewart.,.,»..».Miss Adelaide Gougenheint Nell Gwynne.Miss Joey Gougeuheim Highland Fling. (in character) .Master Hall To .conclude with the laughable farce of THE OMNIBUS ! MASK'S AND FACES! Will be produce...

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FEARFUL STATE OF AFFAIRS AT NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

FEARFUL STATE OF AFFAIR* AT NATAL. The papers which have come to band, dwell on the uneasiness felt at the rapid increase of the Kallir population in the colony, and speak of public indignation as kept alive hy the re- peated KatUr outrages on young children and woTien. Tlie Natal Mercury, of August 29, contains a report of no less than three such cases, and laments the dangers to which European society is exposed by its position in contact with a mass of polluting and brutish barbarism. The Mercury is goaded te ex- claim, that " the nonsense of equal laws aud equal justice for blacks and whites must be discarded, if either class is to live peaceably in Natal ;" and then adds :-" Wo learn that auother outrage has been committed on an infant daughter of a respectable inhabitant of this towu. This diabolical species of crime (we beg the devil's pardon, he never sunk so low) had suddenly grown to so fright tul an extent, that unless something is done at once and resolutely, to stop it,...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & friday MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

THE MERCURY. $uultsï)eïi ÍHonoan, üSärtmeänan & jFrfoag MONDAY MOUSING. FEBRUARY 9, 1857 THE Parliament re-assemble to-morrow and for what ? The question they have principally to consider is one of no common moment, for it involves not only the taxation of the country, but the principles upon which Government shall in future be conducted. And it can never in the nature of things again occur that such a question should be of so great importance, inasmuch* as we are now at a commencement, which may exercise a very material influence upon the future history of the colony. le is hardly improbable that in the present session precedents may be established which, whether for good or for evil, will to a certain extent guide the proceedings and influence the policy of the parlia- ments that may come after. And it is therefore the more necessary that we should carefully examine what has been done, that we may the better arrive at a satisfactory conclusion as to what remains to do. We ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

Steint to and from New Norfolk «??Baw-» THE favourite steamer MONARCH leave» New Norfolk DAILY during the Summer month! .tr30e.ni, Bridgewater 8 30, and Rest Down at S 15. arriving in town about ten o'clock; and re- tarte to New Norfolk, leaving the Old Wharf, at kalf-pait three p.m. daily FAKES, Saloon. Fore cabin. Te or Iron» New Norfolk 5» *» Bridgewater and Compton 3« .« Keit Down." ?» LutTRELi & WISE, Proprietors fJSP All consignments and orders from the coun- try punctually and faithfully attended to. Back Ball line of Australian Packets. 8 H IP "GREAT TASMANIA" Notice is hereby given that until the ship Is freed by the Immigration Agent mmm_ m, no person will be admitted on board without an order from the Agents Messrs Kerr, »»le & Co. i - EDMOND BREMER. aï Tb« Sagle UM of Packet« á__^ THE LIVERPOOL AUSTRA- LIAN NAVIGATION COM PÀNY'S TBB OREAT BRITAIN, 8500 tons, 500 horse-power, JOHN GRAY, ESQ. COMMANDER, Will be dispatched for Liverpool. EARLY IN MARCH. For ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 9 February 1857

THOMAS PERKINS. IfSetO by auction immediately after tho sale of «¡.ok at BOM OB TUESDAY 17th intsant. "È! D«|bU 8eated Gig in excellent condition, ' A.1 with set of harness complete ' " A Single Gig with harness complete : the above have been recently thoroughly repaired, and are well w nth the attention , , of persons requiring Vehicles. . ,< Terms at sale. ?took Bale at Roi». > ' THOMAS PERKINS. ,Is instructed to sell by Private Contract. TWO First rate Dog Carts just imported-with Two Sets Silver Mounted Tandem Harness the Vehicles arc constructed with the most modern improvements, and,with the harness, ' will bear inspection, ' They will be sold cheap. (And if not disposed of previously) will be of fsrred for talc by public auction at Hartwell'sYard, norn, on TUESDAY 17th instant. ?took Bate at Ros*. THOMAS PERKINS. Will tsll by auction at Hartwell'» Yards on TUES- DAY 17th instant at 12 o'clock. ONE HUNDRED fine woolled rams, 4 tooth brad from imported sheep, On* ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before Messrs. Burgess and Fenwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before Messrs. Burgess and Fenwick, k Absconding.-John Costello pleaded guilty to absconding whilst on pass on the Cth instant, and remaining at large until apprehended (very drunkj on the Sth. Eighteen month* added to his sen- tence. Margaret Slater denied being an absconder. She was sentenced to seven days' solitud«. Eliza- beth Kelly was also, charged with the same offence, whilst on pass to the factory from O'Brien's Bridge. She had exceeded her pass by a few hours, und was ordered to be imprisoned for four months. , Larceny.-John Ciwgrovc pleaded guilty to stealing, on tho 8th institut, ono cloth coat of the value of tlirco shillings. Ho was sentenced to 12 month's imprisonment. Edward Allen, who bad participated in the of- fence, not approving of getting such a sentence in so summary a manner, s,iid, he would prefer being handed over to a jury of his own countrymen. On taking the evidenco however, the Bench discharged him. Refusing lo join j///p-Th...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

SUPREME COURT. MONDAY. Before His Honor, % Valentin« îlomlug, Chief Juitico. The Conr>>!ci-aal Bank Case.-Robert Nichol who had been previously arraigned, on the 1st day of the Sessions, was again placed al the bar, charged with feloniously Btealing on the 22nd of January, being the servant of J. A. Dunn and others, monies to a large amount, to wit, £7000 the property of the said J.A. Dunn and others. The Attorney-General conducted the prosecu- tion, and the prisoner Waa attended by Messrs McDowell and Knight, with whom was Mr. Lees. The following jury was impa'nhelled '; Me^rs F. Whetton, Porcman,Cliarle3 Watkins, W. Warren, II. Wilson, John Wilks, »» Willing, W. Wiggins, Charles Woodiwis, T Weare, and G. Watkins. The paiticUlars of this case have been so rccent ly published, in the report of the lengthcne I inves- tigation at the Police Office, as to render their re- petition unnecessary. Mr. J.A. Dunn the Manager of the Commercial Bank, was, ns before, the first witness exa...

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ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL TO THE HORTICULTURAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR GENE BAL TO THE HORTICULTURAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETÍ OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A most important addresä was delivered at the opening meeting of tho above society by the Governor-General, in his capacity as pre- sident This address is valuable from its in« triusic merits,' und has showing a disposition to assist in placing agriculture on a secure and certain basis. Sonic such guiding and directing spirit is much wanted here just now to steer our agriculturists safely through the shoals and quicksands on which thay are likely to be wrecked if some master hand does not tuke the helm. A want of space prevents the republication of the addressess in full, but we subjoin the most important portion. The first branch of the subject treated of is horticulture, and Sir William T. Denison asks What is the condition of horticulture in. New South Wales ? A reference to the market price of horti- cultural produce would almost bo a sufficient answer to such a question. I do not,...

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RUSSIA AND THE ALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

BUSSIA AND THE ALLIES. The exultation which may be supposed to have reigned in St. Petersburg during the last month or six weeks, has probably, by this time, a little cooled down. Things, at this moment, don't look so favourable to the real- ization of Bussian dreams and hopes as they did even ten days ago At that time, Alex- ander and bi 3 prime counsellor Gort'schakoff might fairly have congratulated themselves at the prospect which seemed to lie before thom. The emiwanes, which they had sent into every quarter of Europe, had done their work well. The nations lately Landed to- gether to resist the aggressive policy of the Czar, appeared to have grown jealous and dis- trustful of each other ; and their was, cer- tainly, no unreasonable ground for the indul- gence of a belief that tile alliance betWecn the two great nations of the West would shortly be dissolved. If Alexander and his Minister indulged in au expectation of this nature, they can hardly be blamed for it. Circumstances ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Caution.-A new mode has bcecn adopted, by a set of seoundrels,to pass oil' "Flush Notes," and a case tried yesterday at the Supreme Court illustrates the practice." A young boy or girl, being sent to procure change for a note, is watched by one of tkcso fellows, and, in the event of not obtaining chingo, ho kindly proffers his services takes the genuine note, and, pre. tending to seek for change, returns unsuccessful, landing to the juvenile victim anoto of the notorious ¿auk of Independence. As this manouvre nmouuts to a felony, it is to be hoped, that the law will- deal out due punishment to tho culprits, and, in the.meanthne, we would caution parent', residing in disreputable localities, against sending thoir children on such er- rands. New IxsolTEîîts.-Jo3cph Taylor Walker oí | Hobart Town, Licensed Victualler, deckred 6th hist., Liabilities £707, Assets £1150, causo of Insolvency, losses occuring in business, and a judgment obtained by u Creditor iu the Supr...

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. The "Sisters" continuo a brilliant career at the Theatre Royal, drawing crowded audiences every even- ing. The performance last night of "Masks and Faces" created quite a sensation, Miss Adelaide as Mabel Vane, and Miss Joey as Peg Woffington, eliciting-by their wonderful ability in the personification of those characters-tremendous applause. Tho acting of these talented ladies, to be appreciated, must bo been. Description can give little, or no idea, of the extraor- dinary, yet lile like vivacity of Miss Joey, or the re- fined portraiture of Miss Adelaide. This evening, Masks and Faces will bo repeated, for the last time, and wo cordially recommend those, who have not witnessed this exquisite performance, to avail themselves of the only opportunity of doing so Not long ago, a number of the committee asked the members of a class under examina- tion," What is the cause of the saltness ot the ocean?" Some one little girl raised her hand, flushed with the discovery that ...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-YESTERDAY. The House met at 4 o'clock, pursuant to ad- journment from the 17th of January, and the President took the Cnair at 5 minutes past 4. PETITION. Mr. WALKER presented the Petition from the Chamber of Commerce, against tixat'on. The Petition was receivod and read, and Mr. Walker gave notice, for to-morrow, (this-duy) that he should move, that it bo printed. RETURNS. Mr. NAIRN laid on the table various Returns which had been ordered by the Council previous to the adjournment. ADDRESS. The PRESIDENT intimated to the House, that he had presented to His Excellency, the Address adopt;d by the Council, in reference to the new Tanfr, and read His Excellency's answer, intima- ting his intention to give it his most attentive con- sideration, and expressing his satisfaction at the conference between both Houses. NOTICES. Mr. HENTY, on the 17th instant, to move the adoption of an Address to the Quean, praying Her Majesty to re-consider th...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

HOBART TOWN PEICB CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last ALE <$- BEER-(whoUaU) Ale, Bass'* No 2 per hhd ¡9 IO« Od Worthington and Robinson''s No 3 per hhd 01 Os Od Alsopp's No 3, per Mid 19 0« Od LHHo paU East India per hhd ¡0 St Od to Iii 10s Vd Otlter brands per hhd l8 10s Od to IO Alsopp's per dozen II« Od to 11« Ga Byass's lis dd to Ils Od Duckworth's 11« Od to li« fid Bryant and Davit's 11« Uti to Ils Od Marzetti's Us Od to U« Od HibberVs 10« Od to 10« Od Other bottlers, 10« Od. Porter, Barclay's, per hhd li Sa 0 io li 10« Elliott and Watney'sper hhd IO Os Od to 17 0« Other brands Id 10« Od to Vt 0« Od Trueman's X per hhd 16 Ss Od to 16 5s Od Trueman's XX per hhdlb 10« Od to IO 15« Cd Taylors' stout per hhd 17 0« Od lo IT 10« Od Byass's quarts per dos 12« (id to 13« Od Whilbread's stout per dot 12« Od to 12« Od Marzetti's porter per dot Its Od to 12« Bryant and Davis's per doz 11« Od to 11« Od Other bottlers per dot 1"* Od! to 11« Id BOOTS $ SH...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

CHAMBER OP COMMERCE. Os Monday, at 12 o'clock, an adjourned Meeting of the Members of the Chamber of Commerce was held at the rooms of the Royal Exchange, Macquarie Street, to receive the Report of* the Committee on the Estimates; and on the proposed Increased Taxation, and to adopt a Petition to both Houses'of Parli*. ment on the subject." Amongst those present were Messrs Carter, Degraves, Tonkin, S. Mose», Lipscombe, Macnaughtan, Wilkinson. Maxwell, Morrison, Gerraud, Robertson, Maning, Downing, Rout, Kissock, Huyberg, Crosby, Boys, Lewis, Roope, Walker, and others. Mr. Alexander Macnaughtan was called to the Chair, and stated the object for which the Meeting had been called. The members were aware that a sub-Committee had been appointed to look into the estimate» and re port upon them, but, from the shortness of the time allowed, they had not cone into them as fully as they couíd have wished. They were unanimous, however, in their opinion, that no additional taxation was necessa...

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FINGAL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

. FINGAL GOLD FIELDS. There have been 27 persons engaged on the Nook during the past week. The amount of gold obtained has been 15 ounces 3 dwts. The Police Magistrate remarks :-" The several parties have been working steadily during tho post week-that is, without interruption from wet weather. Of the produce returned, Lupton's party of four ob- tained 3 ounces; Hyatt and Lush, 3 ounces j and Salier's party, (3,) 4 ounces: thus 9 men obtained 10 ounces during the week.

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SHIPPNG INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 11 February 1857

SHIPPNG ¿INTELLIGENCE. February. 9-Glencoe, barque, 1(50 tons, T. Lang from Port Albert, 4th inst., wit'; cattle. Agent Alastor. Fijb. 9-Friends, schooner, 57 tons, W. Johnson, from Melbourne 31st ult., with sundries, Agent Master. ;fcb IO-Lady Leigh, schooner 119 tous, Jacobs, £r*m wbaliug, left 21tU Nov. 1850, clean shin. Agent /Pryde. Keb 10-U.M. schooner Beacon, 100 toiis,NichoLson, from light houses. ' ' ESTEllEn OVT. February 10-Asia, brig 210 lons, Pnckwooil, for »allia. Felt 10-FrcaV, schooner Ol' tons, Irvine, for Gee loop;. . ' "Fob 10-City of Hobart, steamer 864 tons, Bentley, 'for Mclbonrnc.cabin passengers-Mrs Smith, Lt Smith mid family, Mary Roo (servant) Mr and Miss Thorpe, Mr dins leegrave», Mrs Fenwick, Mr B. Knglnnd, Mrs F. Chalmer, Mrs Win McEwen, Miss Webb, Mrs Mc Pherson-steerage, Ann Hannon», William Bush, Geo Arnold, J Roche, Wiri King, Alex Driver, Duncan Mc liryo, Daniel Massa, Antonio Capron!, Francis Sante, ioh« Collett. Agent, G Toby. GLEAMED OUT. ?Rebrua...

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