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NEWS OF THE DAY. From the Northern Times, of 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

NEWS OF THE DAY. From the Northern Time*, of 5th February. From what has already taken place in the House of Commons, we may expect that there will bo a session of no minor importance. On Tuesday the debate gave us an insight into fie probable course of party warfare, and re- flects more strongly than might have been an- ticipated, the feelings entertained out of doots, on the present pressure of taxation the high s^alo ol' our public expenditure, and the charac- ter of some of our foreign policy. A contem- porary says : " After the address had been duly moved and'seconded, Mr. Gladstone might be observed on tho Ministerial side of the housj, makJDg every sort of parliamentary endeavour to catch the fidéà&rl eye. Mr. Disraeli however, preserved so much of his prerogative as the hitherto recognised leader of Her Ma« jesty's Opposition, as to obtain without difii eulty tho right of pre-audience. With every description of "elaborate preparation-in sen- tences that fell on the e...

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LATER FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

LATER FROM ENGLAND. . "\Vo continue our summary of the latest im \ portant events. | The debate in the Lords on the Queen's Í speech, extended to a great length. S The debate in the Losds aleo extended to I a great length. We avail ourselves of the ( Daily News Summary, as the printing or even I perusal of the whole debato would bo a for- midable task : I The debate on the Address in the Houso of j Commons has early given us some insight I into the probable courso oí party warfare, and r reflects more strongly than might have been Í anticipated the feelings entertained out of t doors on the present pressure of tavition, the ; high seale of our public expenditure, and the t character of nome portions ofour foreign policy. . After tlie Address had buen duly moved and seconded, Mr. Gladstone might bo observed on the ministerial side of the House, making every sort of parliamentary endeavor to catch the Speaker's eye. Mr Disraeli, however, r preserved so much of his prerogative as hithe...

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THE CONSERVATION OF THE BALLOT. (From the John Bull, January 12.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

TUE OONSBKVATÍSM OF TilJi, BALLOT. íFrom the John Bul1, Junuiry 12.) As lue time approaches when our legisla- tors will once more flock to the Palace at Westminster, we naturally begin to bethink ourselves of the various legislative "eiies" that have bpeu current for some time past, and the periodical recurrence'of which is as infallibly to be looked for in its anuual course as that ofgoosberries nnd green peas. Among these it would bo a gross ingratitude to the gentlemen i\ ho have nutde themselves bores, m the hope of doing goud to the public, if we did not regard the Ballot as prominent. We have no expectations of losing sight of this refreshing question. Mr. Berkeley is irre- vocably committtd to it. Cave homincm unius libri : and the warning applies, too, to the mau of one question. Tho precedent is a dangerous one, for there will always bo a crop of legislators distinguished by nothing but an ambitious feebleness, who will argue that if they link themselves on to a particu- la...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Repobtebs Galleby.-We would res- pectfully cull the a tention of the Honorable the Spenki-r to the great w nt of proper accommodation in the Repoiteis Gallery of the I louse of Asseinb y. Putting out of sight the objectionable posit on nllut ted to the Press-immediately in juxtaposition willi the public-there are minor matters, of which Ucporters complain, which might be easily reme- died in a few houi» The ink-tands provided arc all of thom withoU glasses ; and the ink, in con- sequence of its boing acted upon by the fir tanina Metal, becomes of a pale pmksh hue icudeiing the Copy, at times, so indistinct tlmt the Composi- tora . xperieuce great difiiculty in deciphering it. At the expense of a few shillings this mignt be obviated. Another very great in onvenience could aUo be as easily rectified-we allude tj the desk, which at present i< so ricketty that it is almost an impossibility to write upou it with any certainty of being able to make out what ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. Before F Burgess Esq. and Capt. Bateman. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

POLICE liMeLütä&M^_¿ i TUESDAY. -.' h« Before F Burgess Esq. and Capt. Bateman. '° assault and Itób'icnJ.-*]olm McLnugttlin and Edmu id Smith were cimrged by I). C. Hryon willi having on the loth instint annulled and robbed the Jamas' McDWtott tikin«Troin his pef«m"lUe" sum of one pou id fonr shillings at the Seven Stars public howe. Mr. Knuht defended Smith. The prosecutor swore to having li id tha miney in his possession not two minutes before Smith put his hand into his poc tet and sto'o his mi ney. The prisoner McLoughlin merely hinted his intention of knocking McDermott'o brains out. The Jnnd iörd waslving "on asoíá'drunk.' When McLótíg'lf liil kicked lulu, tlie landlord's daughter came and took the light uWaj'. By Mt. Knight.-Ha had not asked to borrow two^eiceto p'dt ton sixience for some blandy. He gave Smith in charge in the SeV'eti Stars before he ran away. He was neither drunk nor sober. Mary Ann Willett .deposed that siro eAw the prisoner McLonghlin strike his wi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April 23'd.-North Mar, brig, 122 tom, R Dall, fr. m Melbourne, 18thinst,, Agent-L-picnmiio. April 23rd.-llnscou brig, 173 ton*, Finerty, from Mellioiune,18th instant.-Agents-Chapman and Thomas. April 23rd.-Fox, schooner, 183 tons, White, norn Melbourne. í , ' CJI.EA.HED OUT. April 23-Gtneial Wool, barque, 161 tons, Towner,Mclbnurnc,sundiies. April 23-Mary Ann, schooner, 11 G«tons, da- ves, Port Albert. 1 Apiil 23-Glencoe barque 160 tons, Lang, for Port Albert, with sundries. . ' ' ' DEr-AKTURES. April 22-City of Hobart, steamer, 3G5 tons, Bentley, Melbourne, with sundries. April 23-Steamer Duncan Hoyle M'Lachlan, for liait Const, with sundries. April 23-Mariposa s-hooncr, 191 tons, Crou cher, Port Albert, in balla-t. April 23-Tasmania steamer, 285 ton;, Clinch, "for Sydney Cabin passengers-Mrs McCarthy,Miss   Eyfe, W. Lestage, Mrs. Wheeler, Miss Murray and Dr. Downing-17 Steerage C. Toby-Agent. EXl'OBTS. Per General Wool, for Melbourne-40,000 feet...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner F. Browne. In re Frederick Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 24 April 1857

INSOLVENT COURT WEDNESDAY. ' ? . ' J Before Mr. Commissioner F. Browne. In re Frederick Jones. t First General Meeting, and for discharge. «, The following debts wera admitted: G.A. Kemp ¿678 2s. 3d. A Caville £31. The Insolvent's discharge was granted. In re Henry Martyn. Firot meeting of Creditors. The following debts wero proved :-Mnrsli & Chapman. £232 11s 7d. for money lent on Moi tirage of a vessiil ; James Barnett £G7 6s on a Bill ot"ex- change, und for goods sold and delivered. The meeting wasadjonrned,ttnd for discharge till Wednesday, the 6th of May. Mr. Chapmau.of the firmolMarsh and Chap- man, was elected Permanent Assignee. - ' In re T.W. Stilling. * ,"" r First General Meeting and for discharge. The following debts were proved:-W. Sea- brook £96 5s. 1 ti. for work done ; E.H. Ivey £8 2s. 3 1. for bread. The Insolvent was examined by Mr. C Butler, on'hehalf of Mr. Seabrook ; he stated j he had been in business, at his last placo i ia;.' Liverpool-street for two ...

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THE PAPAL STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THE PAPAL STATES. A letter from the Romaguaof the 6th hist, gives a fresh example of the anarchy which picvails in the Papal States. For some years past many of the Pope's subjects have been arrested by the Aiistriaus, imprisoned tried by court-martial, and convicted,- the Papal Government maintaining the poor wretches iu prison. Since the amnesty published by the Emperor of Austria the Austrian authorities have ordered the discharge of the prisoners who are in prison under sentence of court martial. Thr Papal authorities have resisted this order , which is, in fact, an act of sov- ereignty exercised by the Austrians in the Roman States» but the Austrian Generals were peremptory,mid the Roman authorities submitted but with the worst grace possible. For instance, the 'prisoners detained in the Castle of Paliano received the news of their liberation, but, in place of simply setting them free, they were carried in chains to Rome, ac- companied hy thieves and assassins, in open carls, e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

H. E. EISBÏ. HAS just unpacked choise patterns i» »^f; SELS, K1DERMINSTER and IMPEUlAL üAttPEJ'S which will be offeied at very low 74 Liverpool-street prices. AGEATS FOR THIS JOUBNAh._ Hobarton.Mr. Lawrance Elizabeth slrat .George Burt, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point .......Mr Leant Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, PerÜh ""."",. Evandale, and Longford.,. Mr ^ «Ä Green Pond» . m-Qrtig Franklin.and the Huon. »&»,)/<« Sorell, Pitwaler and Forcett ......... *VßoteS Melbourne, Victoria .Messrs. Gordon and W* London, Ireland, Scotland .^"Jalr Liverpool and the Isle of Ma» .MessrsWtM^ Printed by JolmDuvIe» proprietor 84 Vtctori»PUce Tom«« «ad Published by hlmat hi« Coller«! Stew Printing .«. ^ »ll»tuMlt[«ties(inU»« olBptart^oW- T ",

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office Saturday Evening. Tho announcement of the wheat; tenders, a week after their receipt, has given cause for much complaint, not only by tho delay, but by the manner in which the tenders were de- cided upon. Tlic highest figure we perceive is 7s. 8d. per bushel, and the lowest 7s., and one parcel of 1000 bushels, fendered at 7s. Gd. by a highly respected merchant, was rejected: this, wo ave informed, is not the only rejec- tion, under similar circumstances. The ellect of the tenders has not materially altered the price, wheat ruling as before at 7s., although a small parcel of good seed samples, was sold for 7s. 8d., on Friday. The grain market is dull, with no other variation in price, but wheat is expected to advance, alter tile supply di tlie tenders, although there is a considerable quantity btored in Hobart Town. In timber the demand has been somewhat moro brisk during the week, for .shipment to the other colonies : the supply i...

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THEATRE ROYAL. MR. MILNE'S BENEEIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. irn. miíse's BESsriT. Mr Milne announces hitf benefit for this evening under the patronage of the Wine and Spirit Merchants, and the Licensed Victual- lers of Hobart Town, and with the attractive comedy of Sweethearts and Wives, with other entertainments. Mi Milne is a very useful, industrious, and painstaking actor, never neglectful of his busiuess, and ia more than one line, a credit to the corps dramatique. To Buch au actor, it would be needless to recommend support, as the public aro always the best judges of modest merit, and of the best means of rewardiug it. We may con- clude, therefore, thot Mr Milne will be patronized as he deserves, and particularly by a portion of our community, whose influ- ence, in matters of this hind, is indisputable. Wo hope therefore to have the pleasure of witnessing a bumper house.

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Abridged to meet the wishes of Country Subscribers. Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Abridged io meet Hie wishes of Country Subscribers. Corrected up io five o'clock on Satur lag Evening last ALE ty BEER-fwholsalcJ Ale, Bass's Ko 2 per do: li) IBs Od Worthington and Robinson's Ho S per Mid Oí Os Od Alsopp's No 3, per Mid IO Os Od Ditto pale East India per Mid IO Si Od to lit 10s Od Other brands per Mid IO 10s Od lo IO Alsopp's par dozen Us Gd lo llsO'd Bgass's 11s Gd to Us Orf Duckworth's 11s Gd io 11s 5d Bryant and Davis's 12s uti to \3i Oil Marzelli's Us Od to Us Oil Huberts 10s Od io 10s Od Oilier boltlers.lls to 12s. Porter, Barclay's, per Mid li fis 0 to li 10s Elliott and Watneg'sper Mid IO Os Od io 17 Os Other brands l8 10s Od io li Os Od Trueman's X per Mid IO 5s Od to Um 5s Od Trueman's XX per Mid lb 10s Od lo IIS 16s Od Taglors' stout per Mid li Os Od io VI 10« Oil Bgass's quarts per doz 12s Gd lo 13s Od Whitbread'» stout per dos 12s Od to 12s Od Marzelti's porter per dos 12s Od to 12s Bruant and Davis's per dos Us Od io Ils Od Ot...

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GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY: The following official announcement of the appointment of the New Ministry was pub- lished on Saturday afternoon. The following Gentlemen have this day been sworn in as Members of the Executive Coun- cil : William Pritchard Weston, Esquire. The Honourable William Henty, Esquire. Frederick Maitland Innes, Esquire. The Honourable Thomas John Knight, Esquire. The Honourable Robert Quayle Kermode, Esquire. The Honourable John Walker, Esquire. The Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honourable William Henty, Esquire, to be Colonial Secretary and Registrar ot Records of the Territory of Tasmania. The Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Francis Smith, Esquire, to the   office of Attorney-General. The Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Frederick Maitland Innes, Esquire, to the office of Colonial Treasurer. The Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Thomas John Knight, Es- quire, to the office of Solicitor...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

LATEST DATES. England. lGtb. San Francisco . 12th. New York ?.-. 4ih. Cape of Good Hopo. 22nd. Miiitnlius. 20th, Singapore. 23i'il. Ceylon.._.'.?'. 7th. China . 5th. Calcutta. . 10th. Bombay ..' . 2ätth. Valparaiso ... .*. 10th. Australian C olonies. vu! : Victoria . 22 nd Sydney. 18th. Adelaide. 8tb. New Zealand. 3rd. Western AustrJia. Gth.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THEATRE ROYAL? GRAND LEGI11\IATL COMEDY NIGHT ! ! BENEFIT OF MR. JAMES MILNE, Under tho Patronage of the mt ty n Asia spimx ncBCHiiiig AND Licensed Victuallers, Brewers &c, of Hobart Town. THIS-EVENIN3, MONDAY, ArniL 27th, The peí formalices will commence with, (first time this season) the comedy of SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES. CILYBLES EEANKI/IN . MB. H. If. VAENEB ADM1I1A.I. ritAHKHK . ME. MIMTE EUGENIA . MISS, EMILY GIjYNBON t After which MASTER JOHN HALL, THE YOUNG AUSTRALIAN VIOLINIST, will have the honor of executing (first time here) the world renowned Violin Solo, a la Paganini, ENTITLED THE CARNIVAL DE VENICE!» HORNPIPE. MASTER HALL. To conclude with the rattling comedy entitled UVU ESCiAGElHEITii. I/IETJTENANT KINGSTON ... MB. II. K. IVABNEB AMtlHAL KINGSTON . ME. MIMill |¡§|° On Wednesday Evening for the Beneäl ot Mb. Hesbt Neil Wabnee. Nights of Performance, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and i'riday. ^gTrivate Boxes, £i 2s, and £3 3s j or Bs a Single Ticket; Dies...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

PARUAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-FRIDAY. The House met nt four o'clock, pursuant to adjournment, and the President took his scat at five minutes past four. THE NEW MINISTRY. Mr WEDGE wished to know the position, in which he stood, at the present moment: he took it for granted, that the new.Ministry had been uppointeil, and sworn in, and perhaps some bon. Member would state the real case to the House Mr HENTY said, that he had no objection to reply to the bon. Member, although he had nu official information to impart : he could state how- ever, thut Mr Weston had submitted a list of gen- tlemen to the Governor, for the formation of a new Ministry, but his Excellency had given no answer. STANDING RULES AND ORDERS. On the motion of Mr NAIRN, the report of the committee was adopted, and ordered to be printed, and by a subsequent motion of the lion. Member, -after some discussion, it was decided, that the rules should be submitted to his Excellency for his appro« al. ANNOUN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

COMMISSARIAT, HOBART TOWN V Sith April, 1857. ALLOWANCE IN LIEU OF FORAGE rpHE Periodical Board of Officers appointed to I determine the rate of money allowance to he granted in lieu oí forage in kind to mounted officers id this command have fixed the same at 3s Id per diem for each horse for the current nionili. Stbimiln Owen, Assistant Commissary-General rAUVKUTlSEMLKT] ÎN au adveitisement signedn Richard Bright," which appeared io scVenil of the newspapers last week, refrfence is made to the mortality ?which has occurred among the members of the Tnbinnnian Piimitive Lodgpof Odd Fellows duiing the last len or eleven month«, (that is) during the time which I have been Medical Officer of that Lodge. And as the author of the advertisement states that a litt of the men, women, and children .who have died during the above period would " startle many," Í herewith subjoin that list, willi other particulars for the information of all whom it way concern. Strength of lodge Number of cases ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Indian Queen of the black ball line, from New Zealand was at anchor off the passage mouth on'Friday evening having put in for water, she pioceeds on her voyage to India immediately. The master of the brig Gieciun reports having ípoken the whaling ship " Prince Regent" off New Zealand clean ship-all well,wished to be reported, Captain Bainton of the' " William Brown" which arrived in pert on Finlay evening last reports having experienced very rough weather in the Britishchanuel-she brings a large miscellaneous cargo. The Culloden steamer having been fitted with a new boiler, and undergone other repairs on Ross's patent slip, will proceed on a trial trip this morn- ing : bhe luB been rendered, regardless of expense, eveiy way calculated for the Huon trade, both, as regards passengers and produce. The Gi eat Britain, in bringing up on Sunday, parted one of her cables. Yesterday a mau was sent down with a diving helmet to bend on a small chain, but owing to s...

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LATER FROM ENGLAND. ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

LATER FROM ENGLAND. ARRIVAL OP THE GBEA.T BEITAIN. By tho arrival of the irreàt Btitain at Vic- toria, we are put iu possession of files of | English papers to the 16th of February. The Argus correspondent says : The intelligence brought by the Morning I Light of the Intention of the Sydney Govern- ment to issue upwards of half a million of de- bentures has taken the peoplo of this country by surprise, and in consequence Sydney de- bentures are'almost unsaleable. The Govern- ments of the different colonies should always bear in mind that their credit is. limited, uni that they should confine their borrowing within reasonable limits. As was expected from the great i eduction in the estimates, the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, in making his financial statement in the House of Commons last night, annouueed tho gratifying intelligence that Government inteuded to take off the war 9d. from the in- come tax It was also stated to be their in- tention to reduce the tax on incomes ranging fr...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

VicîoaiÂ. Our files reach to Wednesday the 22nd. Tlie principal topic of political interest is the vote of want of confidence in the Ministry of Mr d'Siiniiassy, the debäte on Which Was adjourned till Tuefday. and again post-poued with the other orders of the .day, on a motion of the Chief Secretary till Wednesday, in consequence of the demise of Lady Barkly. ' The Argut of the 22nd has a long leader on the subject, from which we extract the following : THE RESUMED DEBATE. The public are destined^ wê fear, this afternoon to witness another display of personal invective It were alpiott to be desired,that the threats uttered on 'I hurt any wera carried out, anil the attention of the Speaker called lo the presence of ''strnngers." It is no edi ying to fee^ony polit cal controversy dwindle down to the dimensions of a personal squab- ble. It is not promotive of a sentiment of public respect for parliamentary institution*, for the House to be occupied night after night with angry quar- re...

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