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LORD BROUGHAM ON THIS STATE OF CRIMINAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

LORD BROUGHAM ON THIS STATE OP CRIMINAL LAW. A meeting of the Law Amendment Society was hold, December 15, at Waterloo-place; Mr. M. D. Hill in the chair. 'Ihe Secretary (Mr. Hasting») read-.the following letter which he had received from Luid Bionghnm* "My deaf Hástinga-I trust tbatthe'so« ciity will not fail to consider, together with the measures relating to mercantile law (pre» vious to the conference), nlso those which ap pear now to press themselves on our attention, relating tti the criminal law. The . absolute necessity is, not* admitted on all hands of re- moving ft om our law the very discreditable peculiarity which distinguishes it, ofjroatjng the most criminal breach of trustas no offence, biit'only a ground of claim to acrCdiMr-'agai ntt his debtor. After the instances which, I have so often giren, both in tim House of Lords and in aneiety, of the mist scanda« lons robbery-thit never would have been perpetiated had the law given the offence its proper name and condign p...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

VICTORIA. the Àtgui. of Thursday saya.-fhe postpone- ment of the closing of ths mails by the Columbian until Wednesday evening was unexpected, under the circumstances of the uncertainty as to the time when the English February m iii may be expected. The delay will be of advant ige. It is understood that the next homeward mails will he convey«! lo Suez in the ¿unía. This vessel, with the Engh-di mails of the 12th March, may be expected to arri- ve at Melbourne about 4th May. She Will nroceed at once to Sydney, discharge cargo, take in coal, and Di ready for sea within H tiay or tWo of the 11th May-the time fixed, under the contract, for the despatch of the nest «teamen Some misapprehension appeals to exist as t» the notices lecently issued by the Post Offices author hies with respect to rates. In the scales of char- ges exhibited at the post-offices the foreign rates are mentioned separately, but it must be borne in mind these are extra to the ship rate of 61, per quarter of au ou te...

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NEW ZEALAND. NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

NEW ZEALAND. "We have received, by way of Sydney, Nel- son papers to the 11 th of March. The only item relating to the local inter» ests of Nelson, contained in the Examiner of that date, is a lengthy article euforcing the duty of bachelors to pay the rate of £l per annum levied on householder for the main tenance of public schools. The occasion for tile lecture i.s thud etnted :-".Some few haw refused lo ¡uy it at nil, and ure inugiiaiii ii ou.sly prepared to <jo to pri*o I lin>t, lo bo come the minne Hampden» of resistance to a new ' poundage' fee ; to add solitary (.online meut to single blessedness rather than relin- quish one jot of their bachelor right of iudiff ereiice to the wellure of Other people's chu. dren." . Nothing, whatever, is stated in the later papers as to the success of the gold diggers at Massacre Bay. The cause of this miy be the unfreqttency of communication between tint place aud Nelson. It will bere.nembe red the laat accounts were tery favour...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April 17-Steamer City or Hobart, 3G3 tons U. V. Bentley, boin Melbourne; passengers-Mr. W. li. S te wait, Mr. Leigh, Mr. Bowden, Mr. Creswell, Mr. R. Lewis, Mr S. Lewis, Mr and Master H. Chapman, Mr Roadnight, Dr. - Crowther, Mr and Mrs Cook, Mrs'-and Miss Whitney, Mis and Miss Gardiner, Mrs Anderson and infant, Mrs. McLachlan, Mrs. Staples, Miss Chew, and 31 in the steerage. Apiti 17-Biig Louisa, 143 tons, Lucas, from whaling, with t>peim oil Agent, Austin.' April 19th-Tasmania, steamer, Clinch, from Sydney, 16t!i instant. Passengers, cabin-Mr & Mrs Dobbs and servant, Mr Cro.v, Mr & Mrs Cook, and ten in the steerage. April 19th-Maty Ann, schooner, 116 tons, Giaves, from Port Albert. Cabin :-Mrs Luttrell. Agent, Master. April 10th-Zephyr, schooner, 60 tons,' Spain, from Melbourne lilli inst., in ballast. . - April 19th-Dart, briir, 134 tons, Sansom, Geelong 12th mst., sundries. Agent Master. April 19th-Flying Fish, schooner, 122 tons, Lucas,...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA We have news' from this colony to the 8th. The papers are destitute ol' Interest. Parliament Was to he opened on the 22nd. We Subjoin a few extracts : TuunsDAT's LA>*D SATJE was ahont one of the worst that has occurred for a long time past. Twenty-five lots were offered for sale, and only five were »old, the sum realised being not more than £668. It should be remem- bered, however, that just now is the season ol the yeer when produce-growers are more in a position to take money than to expend it, whilst it is also undoubted that the dulness which prevails in the flour market throughout the colonies, and the great talk about future over-abundance, causes those who,, might otherwise invest their money in" land, to look twice before they leap. Is it not time, however; that the weekly saleb were put a stop .to, and sales suited to amore general assembly ofbuy er»-say once a month-adopted in the place of thom ?-Times. The Parliament of South Australia is to be opened b...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING The Tasmania left Sydney at four o'clock on Thursday last, and arrived at the Wharf at 3 o'clock yesterday, making the run iii 71 hours. The U. S. ship Izaak Walton, from New York to Hobart Town, was spoken by the Oithnua on the 29th Feiruary, lat. 27 = 29 south,Ion.28 » 31 west, lortv-six days out. . . The U. S.. clipper ship Foung American.left Hong-Kong on the 1st March, l<ut, unfortunately, brings no newspapers. Her commander reports that the Queen, trading between Macao and Hong Kong liad been seized by the Chinese passengers during dinner-time. Hie Captain, two ladies, and two gentlemen passengers were murdered. One European escaped by jumping overboard. The Young American is in ballast. The Moa reports the William Deiinv as st;ll lying on shore. Captain .Mailler had at lived in Auckland from the scene of the accident, but nothing definite has been done r'specting any attempt to get lier off. \ meeting of ihe directors has been held at Aucklan...

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

SYDNEY By the Tasmania we have Sydney journals to the I6th inst., they, however, contain little news of importance. The Municipal Elec- tions had terminated with the following result : Bourke Ward -Mose* Moses, Esq. ; John Wil- liams, Ksq, solicitor. Brisbane Ward.-William Northwrod, E-q ; John O'Dowd E«q Ciok'tnrd-James Murplu, Esq ; George riiornt n, I\q Denium U ard.-John 'I bomas Neue, E<q. ; Jumes C lui lev. E q. Fitz Hoy Waul-C-orge TI oraton, Esq ; John Baker .Smithers. Esq. ' . Atarquine Ward.-George Hill Esq : William Robert», Esq. " Gipps' Ward'-Patrick Ho^au, E-q. 5 Thomas Rym, E<q Pnillip Ward-John Thomas Neiîe, Esq. ; Jas Oatley, E«q. George Thornton, E«q, a native of the Col- ony had been elected Mayor, an appoint- ment which seems to give much Satisfaction. The Empire thus comments upon a letter from Mes-is. Mort and Co , relative to frau- ds in packing wool :-» WOOL tfiiAitas. - It is much to he regretted that we should hear from so respectable ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. tiSfe COMMISSAKIAT, HOBART TOWN, 13th April, 1857. TENDERS, In duplicate, will be received ut this office'until 12 o'clock on Monday the 20th April, for the supply of tho following articles for be wrv'ce of the War Department, via : 144 Glasres, Lamp Chimney 6 Mats, Door Rope Tarred 672lbs. Paint, Ground Black (" Grants".) Any further informntinn can be obtained on ap filication 'at the Office of the War Department, lohart Town, where patterns of the lamp glasses can be teen. SltrilLV OWLN, Assistant Commiian-General. Oollentwood, MR. HENRY ARCHDALL of Cullenswood has been «ppo nKd Agent for the Hobart a Mercury for the District of Fingal and Cullenswood. COATS. CUT in the latest style including the Sacque Rochford, Beaufort Cambridge and Palmer atone Heather and Balmoral Tweed» &c. at FRYER AND ALLEN, COMMEECE HOUSE 78 LlVEBPOOL-STBEET. WANTED-A Good SMITH AND FARRIER ¡ apply to Mr. E. WHITE Oatlands. April 5th, 1857. . , , WANTED. Five pata SAWYERS ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

,r TO THE FTJBLXO. THE HOBART TOWN MEEO0EY Uti may proudly and confidently invite . comparison of this Journal ' with any and all of our Contemporaries Xt contain«, although published only thrice a week, quadruple the amount .f matter, the earliest, most correct, .nd most varied intelligence, Foreign and Domestic, while its Circulation ia 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 "THUS" maintains in England i we i nan assure our numerous Subscribers .sut 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 snay wish to become Subscribers in future, that the present quarter comme...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY: Before R. W. Fenwick. Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY: Before R. W. Fenwick. Esq. Night, Charges-Six drunkards were fined 20s. each, and one 40s.; two for disturbing the peace,   were fined 5s. each ; one for obscenity, the same amount ; and Thomas Waddle, for not telling the truth, was imprisoned for twenty four hours. There were several other cases but they were remanded SATURDAY. Before William Garter Esq.   Felony.-Thomas Carey was charged with having on the 11th instant stolen 45lbs of Tobacco of the   value of £7 10s, the property of G. S. Wilson. The Prisoner was remanded.   Night Charges.-Ten drunkards were fined 20   and five disturbers of the Peace were fined 5s each Absconding.-Mary Ann King was charged with absconding from Mr. Warburton's. She complai- ned very badly of the treatment she had received from her Master. She was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment. James Barnes was likewise charged with absconding on the 11th January las...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,-SATURDAY. The House met at 3 ocock, pursuant to ad- journment from i htftídiiY, end the 1'iesident toon Ins seat at 5 minutes past. J £12 000 DEBENTURES BILL On the moiion of Mr Wr DGC peconded by Mr WHYIE, this Bill was lead a third time aud PUBLIC WORKS LOAN BILL. l The Report of tim Bill was adopted On the moilun of Mr WLDGE.that the stand- ing olders be s impended, Mi WALKER oi seived, that an bon Member, who was not in Ins place, had given notice for the re committ ii of th» Bill, for tile re- oiwderation of certain clauses, he, Mr Walker, therefore, sug- gested, that the lion Me tiber forNjitr Ls< should withdraw hi3 motio i, so that the third read ng should be postponed, ihoald he not do so, he, Mr Walker, should propj e a substantive motten os the subject After a le\ remarks from Mr WHYTE, Mr LOWLb observed, that lit stw no reason to postpone the Bill, became bon Members on ano hei occasion, thought pinner to amuse t...

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday MONDAY MORNING, APRIL. 20TH, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

THE MERCURY. ÎPuultsïirti íSonUas, EuartmeaUaa fciFrfoaa MONDAY MOUSING. APRIL. 23ra, 1857 THE discussion, involving the relative powers of both Houses of Parliament in dealing with Money Bills, can be no longer deferred. The return of the Appropriation Act by the Legis- lative Council to the House of Assembly "with amendments," is an assertion of its right to equal powers with the House of Reprcsenta tives in dealing with those Money Bills-a right, which, we believe, the House of Assembly U not prepared to concede. The question at issue lies in a nut shell : it ia the mischief, ol which it may be made the instrument, that gives it magnitude. If an amicable adjust- ment is really desired by both Houses,'we see no i npediment to it : but ii, through mistaken ideas of ' dignity" or " privilege,'' a misunder- standing arises, how can we escape from the difficulties and perplexities of the future ? The importance of this question makoä its consider- ation oppressive ; wo dread the resul...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

VICTORIA; We have received by' the C'ty of Hobart a con- tinuation of our files to Wednesday, lait : the ex- citing topic of the day ii the tri ii ol the prisoners charged willi the willul murder of John Price, which commenced on Monday, and terminated on Wed- nesday. ' ' The Parliament was to meet on the 15th,-the date of ourlait advices but,accordiiig to the Herald, with every prospect of a speedy adjournment. Amongst the prisoners convicted before Judge Williams at the late Beechworth Circuit Court, is Rosanna Nichols, sentenced to death for murdering her child by starvation. She is now on her way to Melbourne, and should the capita! sentence be carried info effect, she will be the first female exe- cuted in Victoria.     We abridge the following account of the trial from the 'Argus.'     Mr. Justice Barry presided, and the Jurors were summoned under special commission. The prisoners, 15 in number, were arraigned, and pleaded no...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Mercury. Sir ;-My attention has been directed to the report of a case tried at the Franklin Police office, on the 9th instant, and which appears in your Journal of the 13th, in the following words, and upon no less authority than that of your own   Reporter :-" William Coleman was remanded on a charge of stealing a gold chain, of the value of £3, the property of the Reverend Robert Crooke, The chain was lost, and a reward of 10s. offered for its return. The man kept the chain until the   reward offered was given, when Mr. Crooke gave him into custody." Any one reading this report would naturally come to the conclusion, that after offering a reward for a chain I had lost, I gave the finder of the Article in charge to the Police, instead of giving him the reward I had promised. Now what are the facts ? About six weeks since, I missed a gold chain, for which I had given £4 4s., and made it generally known by placards, posted ab...

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NEW TOWN RACES. THIRD DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 20 April 1857

KEW TOWN RACES, THIRD DAY-FRIDAY. The attendance to day was rather better than "before, tht weather being extremely fine, and this, ' the last day of the Races. The first Race was THE QUEEN'S PLATE, Of 100 sovs voted by the Legislative Assembly -with a sweep'takes of 5 sovs adde'J ; heats twice "round the course.-Three entries or no rice; 3 y.ars old, 8<t lOlbs ; 4 years cid, 9it 10lbs;5 years old, 10»t 71bs ; 6 and aged, list. Entrance, 2 sovs. MrKwaeysbra Fleur Je LI», 4 yr», tartan jkt and cap. 1 1 MrJLBauer'sb.g Albermarle *yra lightbluojkt andcap Ula. Mr TY Xowert Balaclava. 4 year,, dis Finir de T.is was again t?ae favourite at any odds, the betting berne, bower r, merely nominal. The shirt'Tnis a good one, th'j Flower t^kini the lead, followed close by Balaclava, and both leaving Albermarle behind . the Flower came in a good .winner, dis'anc'ng b oth her competitors. In the sccord lief ,t, the Favourite cantered round the course, as a ni eie matter of form. The nex...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Abridged to meet the wishes of C[?]ntry Subscribers. Corrected up to five o'clock on Tuesday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 April 1857

HOBART TOWN PlifCB CÜRREM I Abridged to meut the wishes of Ciaatry Sulweribers. Corrected up to five o'clock ou Tunday Etening Ust ALE <y BEER-(whoUale) Ale, Bass's Sa 2 per doz I \lis Od Worthington arid Robinson's Ko 3 perhhd 01 «'» >'d AUopp s No 1, per Mid Jil tis Ud Ditto pale East India per hhd tt Sf Od to It lito i Other brands per hhd l8 t»r Od io ii» AUopp's per dozen 1 li bd to I . » titi ttgassfi 11« 6d to 11» 6d Duckworth's Iii (lit io Ms 5d A-ytt-tl and Davit's 12s . d to 13* I'd Marzetti't It» (li ¿j Iii . ti Bibbert's 1»« I'd io IO* Oá Ot/terbotllen,llt ta l8*. Porter, Barclay's, perhhd ii Si II (a «7 l<* Elliott and Walneg's per hhd Hi "t (Id to fí lit Other brands Hi tu# da to li 0» «id 2WW» X per hhd Id 5s Od to Iii St Ud Trueman'! XXper Mid lb M* Od to lit I s d Taylors stout per KM 17 Us "d to li IO* lid Byass's quarts per dot VU hi to 13» u«2 Whilbread's stout per doz lit Matu lit Od Marzetti't porter per doz Us Od to 12s Sriat and Davit...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 April 1857

VICTORIA. The markets still continue without change There has been a good business in shares, certain di'crip tions oí which ore firmer j whilst others are slightly advancing in value.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 April 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. First night of a New Comedy THE WONDERFUL WOMAN ! ! Last Night but seven of the Season and Positively the last night of THE C 0 R S 1 Ci A N -BROTHERS! AT HALF PIUCE ! ! The New Scenery, all painted expressly for this Exlraordinay Drama, by Orre. The Marvellous Mechanism by Watts. Music by Mr. Boam. Costumes by Mis Downey and Assistants. Properties) Mt-. Hasker. THI9-ËVENIN3, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, The peí formalices will commence with, the New Comedy of THE WONDERFUL. WOMAN ! NEW OVfcllTUHES AND SELECTIONS, ORCHESTRA To conclude with for the last time al half-price, The Romantic Drama in 3 Act', and Five , imposing Tableaux, entitled THE CORSICAN BROTHERS I M FAUIAN DEI VRANCIII / Twill \ ,"."""" { n .1 / MR WARNER ii LOUIS UEI FRAKOIH \ Brothers/ EMILIE ... MISS EMILY OLYNDON Nights of Perforniaiice, Monday, Tuesduy, Wednesday Thursday and Friday. ggg°Private Boxes, ¡C2 2s, and £3 3s } or 5s a Singlo Ticket j Dress Boxes, 4s j Pit 2s ; Gallery Is. Half price to Boxes ...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 April 1857

AGEATS FOR TSIS JOURNAL. Sobarían."...Mr. Lawrance Elizabeth-street " .George Suri, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point .Mr Leäkt Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, and Longford., Mr G Stewart Green. Ponds . Mr Speen Fi-anklin,and the Huon . Mr Greig Sorell, Pitwater and Forcett . Mr head I Melbourne, Victoria ...... Messrs. Gordon and Gotch London, Ireland, Scotland .Messrs Ï- Algar Liverpool and Hie Isle of Man .Messrs Wilnur The Mci jury is published every Monday Wcdnesdat and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. The Cominis sariafc and Colonial Government Notices ure pub lishel olficinllj under authority. The Charge for subscriptions to this Newspaper, is £1 16a cash ; £2 2s per auuuin credit ; or 8s and 10s Gd respectively per quarter. The Charge for advertisements is Is and 6d per inch for each insertion, Advertisements not exceeding thirty words or half an inch, aro charged one shilling each insertion. To regular advertisers, 15 per cent will bo allowoi ofl advertisements in...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 22 April 1857

LATEST DATES. England ..'. Sun Francisco . New York. Cape of Good Hope. Mauritius..,.,,. Singapore.'...'. Ceylon. China . Calcutta .,. Bombay ., . Valparaiso. Australian C olonies, vis : Victoria . .*.. Sydney........ Adelaide..,-,. New Zealand. Western Australia. 24th. Jan. 12th. Jan. 13th. Dec. 22nd. Feb. 20tb. Jan. 23rd. Jail. 7th. î Jan. 5th.. , Fob. 10th. Feb. 2'kli. Jan. 10th. Jan. 18th. Aprl 16th. Aprl 8th. Aprl 3rd. Aprl G th. i ob.

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