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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

POLICE ETTELLIÍ.ENCE. FRIDAY. Before F. Burgess E»q. Night Charges,-Two drunkards Were fined 20s. for their first offence ; and one 'ida. for hie second oifenVfev Twb persons for disturbing the peace were fined 5s. each. Idle and Disorderly.-An elderly woman named her living the best way (she could'." William Bradford charged with the same lutsdcdmeabittr, and received the same amount of punishment. , Coining.-/ames Barrow was charged by D. C. Morley with coining. 'U.C. Morley stated that from information be bad received, he had followed the prisoner, < n the 22nd Instant, when he landed on the Whait", into Lloyd's Hotel. 'I he prisoner had seated himself on a safa in the parlour: He asked his name, and tile name of the ship he had arrived by. Morley then told him that .lie should take him into custody on suspicion of having base boin, in his po. s'essibn. The pii'oner was theil searched with grt.it difficulty, he having struck Vickers; and itiequircd three of them to thr...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Brent and Westbrook, this-duy, at the matt :-nails, assorted sizes, Liverpool soap, prime cheese, invoice of drapery, cane-seated chairs, car- pet broom*, salad oil and pickles, Cheshire cheese, ale and whiting. Tuesday :-stock and fanning implements, at Dr. Moore's, New Norfolk. Messrs Ivey and Co To morrow, at the mart ; prime Irish .Butter, tartaño, shuwls, velvets, per- fumery, casks of beef, patent caudle wick ; win- dow glass. Tlie Mei jury is published every Monday Wednesday and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. The Commis- sariat and Colonial Government Notices aro pub. liahfl officially under authority. The Charge for subscriptions to this Newspaper, is £1 HU cash; £2 2s per annum credit; or 9s and 10s 6d respectively per quarter. Hie Charge tor advertisements is Is and 6d per inch for each insertion, Advertisements not exceeding thirty words or half au inch, ore charged one shilling euch insertion. To regular advertisers, 15 per cent will b...

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

Notice. T J11HE Undersigned beg to notify, that in coñsc .1 qucnce of the plans not being ready the sale .«Mr, Justice Home's valuab'c property is post- poned till further notice. ' William Ivey & Co. Auctioneers. Caution« WE the Undersigned hereby caution all persons from trespassing or running horses mid stock on* the Rosny Estate at Montague's Point after this date. > Wm. Brown & Sos s Liverpool-street. . 20th April 1857. £2 Reward. WHERE VS William WHlhmson a Welchman who formel ly lived at Mr.I. Lords of Sandy Bay, and in March last, willi T.D. Chapman Esq., of New Town and whose Residence is not known by the advertiser, has in his" possession a little ghi aged four years the daughter of tho Undersign- ed. The above reward of £2 will be paid to any person who will give such information as will lead to the restoration of the child to its parents. Thomas Mcao, No. 40 Kelly-street, Battery-Point. 20th, April, 1857, BRIGHTON STORES, PONTVILLE )IIE Undersigned res...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.-FBI DAY. Tho lion, the Speaker cnleied the House at minutes past -1 o'clock. NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. NUTT gave notice that on Monday (this dnj) he should move the adoption of ccrtiin resolu- tions i elativo to the revival otTiansportation. 'I HE NEW MINIS 1'RY, Mi. WESTON taid that he had the honor to in- form tho House that he lud succeeded in forming an Administiation, mid that he had submitted the names of the gentlemen to His Excellency that day j but that, as he had not received any reply from th«; Go\ernor, he would move that the House do adjourn until Tuesday. Mr. CHAPMAN seconded (he motion. '1 he COLONIAL-SECRETARY said he would move an amendment. He could'not see »hy the public business should be thus interim ed with-it »as injining many foi the gain of a few. He wished to 'cfibe business of the country done-its credit restored, by having the consideration of the amend meats made in the Appropriation Bill gone into. Mcmbeis opposite said they hud formed a...

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THE CONVICT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THE CONVICT QUESTION. If expressions of intention and notices of motion may be accepted as proofs of zea), W» are entitled to hope that the important ques- tion of our convict system will shortly oc- cupy the attention ot our Legislators. Mr. Hayter last night gave notice that on Monday next the Secretary of State for tho Home Department would ask leave to bring in a bill to amend tho act of the 16th and 17th of Victoria chap. 93, entitled "Au act to substitute "in certain cases other punishment in lieu of "transportation." The same high functionary intends, moreover, on tho same day, to ask leave to introduce a uieasuro lo faciliate the establishment of re- formatory schools throughout England. In addition to these notices on the part of the Government, we find that Lord Berners is about to move for a return of the number of tickets of leave issued each year since the commencement of the system, in order to* ob- tain material for bringing the subject formally under the consideratio...

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THE CHINESE RUPTURE. (From the London Times Feb. 10th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THE CHINESE RTJPTUEE. (From the London Times Feb. loth,) Whatever complexion may be attributed in the heat of political strife to the origin or circumstances of our rupture with China, we are persuaded that tho matter will wear but one aspect wbeu considered by the light of common Bense and fair reason. All wars are deplorable, but they are not always ity be avoided, aud every fresh mail from the 'East confira» the belief that the affair of the Arrow vras but the expression on the part of the Chinese of an DDimosity long entertained, and sure, to eSplode, sooner or later, in active hostility. "With regard te that, character of the vessel which gave us the title' to interfere it ought surely to be sufficient to observe that the presumption of our obligations in this respect was uuhesitatingly accepted and acted upoà by every one of tbe parties con cerncdj-by tho master of the Arrow, who reported to our authorities the attack upon his vessel, by our Consul, who investigated the Circum...

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THE MERCURY. published [?] MONDAY MORNING, APRIL, 27TH, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THE MERCURY. $uI)It0hetJ iïloitunri, WeUunemvTtc Sttom MONDAY MORNING. APRU,, 27lH, 1857 We announced in an'extraordinary on Friday last, the names of those gentlemen whom Mr. Weston proposed to associate with himself in the nev. adruimsttation, and which names had beenforwaided to His Excellency for accep- tance. Although, as our readers are aware, tho Governor's reply hid not reached Mr. Weston on Friday afternoon, yet the delay was not occasioned by any repugnance on the part of Hi« Excellency to the names of the gentlemen submitted for his approval. Indeed our statement was positively correct ; as the' gentlemen named by us were duly sworn in as Members of the Executive Council before His Excelleucy the Governor nt 1 o'clock on SatuidsJ». Mr. Welton, it is believed, however, will jesign his seat in the House of Assembly, as Member for Ringwood; for the representation ot which constituency Mi. W.. Henty-the new Colonial Secretary-will present himself -ho, likewise, roth ¡ng from ...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. THE HOBAET TOWN MERCTJBY WE may proudly and confidently invite a comparison of this Journal with any and all of our Contemporaries It contains, although published only thrice a week, quadruple the amount of matter, the earliest, most correct, and most varied intelligence, Foreign and Domestic, while its Circulation is 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 "TIMES" maintains in England: we can assure our numerous Subscribers and the Public, also, that no exertion on our part shall be wanting to render it, in every respect, worthy of their 1 patronage and commendation. We would, therefore, remind those who may wish to become Subscribers in 1 future, that - the present quarter commences t...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April 24. Grecian, brig, 212, Bnitlett, from whaling giound (sailed fiom Hobuit Town 14th June, 1856) with 15 tunsspeun oil. Agent-Mrs. Seal Apiil21. Ci cole, sch , 141, Caite, fiom New- castle, N. S. W., 17th inst., willi coals. Agent Armstrong. April 24. William Brown, barque, 439, Bain- ton, fiom London Jan. 7lh and I'orbay Jan. 12th, with general cargo. Mail-1 bag. Agents-S. Moses and Co. April 24. Indian Queen, ship, COO, Jobson, from New Zealand. Agents-Ken Bogle, und Co. ' April 24. Wee Tottie, biig, l63, Thompson, from Newcastle, N.S.W., with coals. Agents . T. D. Chapman and Co April 21-Pilot, schooner, Bulk, fiom Mel- bourne, with tuga!. April 25-Freuk, schooner, 24 tons, Irvine from Geelong. April 25-Prince of Denmark,schooner, 70 fous, Evans, from Newcastle, N.S.W , with coala. i April 25-Fox, schooner, 183 tons, White, from Melbourne, 20th instant. A barque supposed to be the Helen S. Page and a sail in mid channel were signalised ycsteiday evenin...

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THE LATE FIRE IN ELIZAIBETHSTREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 27 April 1857

THE LATE FIRE IN ELIZAI3ETH STltEET. On Tuesday an inquest was hold at the Black Pi ince, before Mr. A.B. Jones, Coroner, mid a jury of twelve, to enquire into the origin of the fire at Mr. Brjdges's, the Basket maker on tho evening ot the 7th inbt ; when the foi lowtug jin ors were swoin : Messrs. It. S. Water- house, foi email, H. Seton, S. Solomon, II. S. Barrett, Thomas Wilcox, John Deakes, ß. "Willing, W. Hough, John Lawrance, A. C. Kirk, and S. Clifford. Mr. Dobson, solicitor, attended to watch the piocecdings on behalf of tho Derwent and Tamar Insurance Company, in which the propei ty was insui ed. Several witnesses were examined, who des- cribed the commencement and progress ol' the fire, nnd the following ewddice was given by William Drew, who was in the employ of Mr. Biydges : he stated, thut when the fire broke out, he was nursing a baby in his master's kitchen ; he ran into tho street, and saw the top loft of Mr. Brydges's stoie all on fire ; he then hastened to pave wha...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PETITION FOR A DISSOLUTION. -- On Fri- day last several gentlemen, including Messrs. Young, Kisrock, Cleburne, Boyes, Gilles, Ivey, Degraves and Foster, waited upon his Excellency to present a petition from the constituency of Ho- bart Town praying him to dissolve the House of Assembly. Mr. Young presented the petition, which be stated was signed by 1570 citizens, and in answer to a question put by his Excellency, Mr. Cleburne stated that, with the exception of about 100 signatures, the petitioners were all bona fide electors. The petition was short, and merely set forth that an appeal to the county was essential, as the vote of want of confidence was not in accord- ance with public opinion. His Excellency received the deputation very graciously, and replied that the petition should receive his earnest consideration. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. -- The principal business to be considered this afternoon is a report from the Public Works Committee, on the represen- tation of...

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A STRANGE CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

A STRANGE CAREER. TTuder this title,we copy the following from a very amusing work,-Chesterton^ Revolu- tion of Prison Life. The author was Gov efuor of the House of Correctiou, Cold Bath Fields, Loudon, for some years, and must have become acquainted with many strange Characters and events. To what colony, the gmtlenmn alluded to, in the following sketch emigrated, our " <!opi nent sayeth not." Amongst the visitors at my boase, at the period Iain record ni',', was n well-known and popular vocalist, who, in the plenitude of his good nature, would give me an oc.-asioi.nl fessc-a ia singing. Entering my room, one diy, he handed mo a ballad, published in u ferf neat form, and said-" There is a sweet little song, composed by a friend of mine : practise it, and let me hear you sing it well, }h a week's time." The ballad contained the BSD)? af the compoker, and was a tabtutul and «Repressive piece of music. Before, however, I had the opportunity to afford my instructor liny reh...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE NEW YORK. Intelligence from New York to the 4th Febru- ary, has urrived/by way of England. The corres- pondent of the Times reports under that date: "At New Yoik, trade, in'consequence of the severity of the weather was dormant. There was an iucreused demund for money, and although rates were nut materially changed, the market was evidently firmer. The current rntes were 8 to 9 per cent, for prime two or four months paper. 'The bank sta'ement shewed an inciense in exchange. There was a pretty large business for the Persia, and and some of the bunkers-raised their prices for sterling bills to 9 per cent, but without sales. 'The market closed flatly. There was rather more movement in cotton, and, owing to the falling off of receipts prices hud advanced a quaiter cent. Flour was dull. Grain continued inactive. Iron quiet. There was a good demand for tobacco, freights without important chungo There was an increased supply of tonnage, and a good demand exibted. '1...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

LATEST DATES. England . San Francisco . New York .- ... Cape of Good Hope.... Mauritius.'. Singapore. Ceylon..'.. Cliinn . Calcutta. Bombay. Valparaiso . Australian C olonics. viz : Victoria . Sydney..,...:.'. .Í.. Adclaido. ,. New Zealand., Western Austria. 16th. 12th. 4ih. 22nd. -20th. 23rd. 7th. 5th. 10th. 2*th. 10th. 21th. 18th. 8tb. 3rd. 6th.

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THEATRE ROYAL. MR. WARNER'S BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

THEATRE ROYAL. »a. Warner's bene«.1. Our favourite performer, takes his Farewell Benefit this evening, previous to his departure for Melbourne. Mr. Warner's theatrical progress, and success are too well known¡to netrd-any «capitula. tidn by us, neither need we enter into any dtt»¡J d his er at merits as a very accomplished and ttltt». ted Arti-te: lie has "played many parts,'.*»! played them weil and whether we regard b» -«ru, as an ador, or his recommendation as an establish- ed favourite, we cannot doubt, but that he «ill receive, in this, his Farewell Benefit, a substantial proof of the appreciation, in which heit held.bv not only, the lovers of the drama, bot by our clti zens at large. The pieces «elect- d for the evenings entertain, meuts are Don Ca;ser de Bazan, for the fir«, and Catherine &Petruchio for the second in both of which Mr. Warner willsustain the principal ctn. racter, supported by Miss Glyndon and the wholt strength of the Company. We may therefo« expect, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

THEATRE ROYAL.; JOHN DUNN, STAGE MANAGER. GREAT ATTRACTION FOR THE BENEFIT * OF MR. H. K. WARlN'ER. THREE PIECES ! ! Last night but Two of the Season and present Company. THIS-EVENIN3, WEDNESDAY, April 29th, Will be presented the admired comedy of DOJV CJ3SAR DE BAZAJT DOX C.ESAE.'.. MB. H. S. WABNEB. MABITA>'A . MISS. EMILY GLYNDOK". By request, MASTER J. HALL will perform his variations on the Carnival de Venice. IRISH SONG . MR. J. DUNN. To he followed by the laughable farce of BOX AND COX! BOX ......... "....".. MB. II. N. AVAHNEIt. COX ..'...."...T. MR. J. DUNN. To conclude with Shakspeare's play of I KATIIABIXE AS» FSIBCOHIO. l'ETBUCHIO . MB. H. ÏT. AVABNEE. KATIIAHINE . MISS. EMILY GLY>"D02i. ßÜ* Friday Evening for the Benefit of Miss Glyndon, under the patronage of Colonel Perceval and the Officers of the 12th Regt. Nights of Peí formalice, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and JiViday. (tágTrivato Botes, £2 2s, and JE3 3s ; or 5s a Single Ticket; Dress Boxe3, 4s ; P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

H. E. RISBY. HAS tust unpacked eiuise patterns in BROS bliLN MUÜ.iMlJii.1 bltandlMl'LUUb ^.i U'Eia wai ü will be offeied at very low puces. . . . 74 Liverpool street atf^v^S ¡FOU Tilla JOlfdNAL. _ Eobarlon.M.. Law anee Elizabeth strut .(ieora3 Bu\l,lAcerpooUlrea ¿fayaroo 'Point .JfrZ«*« Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, . cvanaute.and Longford. 3Ir Ö««*' tireen Ponds . n.Tl FrankUn.and Ite U,wa. & 77, Sorell, PUwater and Forcett . ?j,£fei JfcttoiirHe, Hc/w«* .-if«««, tíoidonand was Landon, ireland, Scotland .Messrs F-JW" Hverpoit and théiste ofMm .sbms ZZZ Wiuicaby JoliiiD.Tl« i.r«i^eiorWVIctóri»iT¡i<¿iíra«dlá tad Pub! sttjl bybiiaat bu? 3en.rár8te«a tjto&pW* m£»«ltt»rlB;8treetlnui«Cl eï Hobart tS*< i.*M

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THE MERCURY. Published Monday, Wednesday & Friday WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL, 29TH, 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

THE MERCURY. îlublt'sîjelj üHarttají, aäeuixcäDaa Ajftfoau WEDNESDAY MORNINO. APRIL, 29rn, 1857 The Gentlemen, whose seats in Parlia- ment became vacant upon their assump- tion of office, have addressed their several constituencies, soliciting a renewal of their confidence. The principle which renders it incumbent upon those who take the reins of power into their hands, to go again to the country for re-election, is a sound one; although, like every other abstract proposition or principle, it is capable of being perverted to uses of equivocal morality-distorted and corrup- ted to suit the complexion of the mind employing or avowing it. Hence it is that those, who have no second idea be- yond one of personal aggrandisement continually find themselves acting in vio- lent antagonism one day to the principles they had enunciated only the day before. To have offered any opposition to the re- election of the gentlemen who composed the late Cabinet, would have been, in their opinion, a pol...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tur. Black Ska Fleet.-The Pays, in confirm- ation of a previous announcement that the English fleet was preparing to evacuate the Black Sea, says that Admiral Lyons, pursuant to the protocol of Jan. 0, has ordered all his shins in the Black Sea to withdraw to the Bosphorns. At the same date (the date is not mentioned) the Russians had evac- uated the Isle of Serpents. Two hundred and eighty-six \essels were wreck- ed during the month of January lust. The aggregate sum now paid to mail packet companies for conveying seaborne mails amounts to £1,025,030 per annum. Tun Moral ErrecT or the "Resolute" Arr.iiti.-The reader will find a largo portion of our space occupied by the details of the reception' of the ßewlute officers in England. It is doubtful whether any foreigner, whether of kingly or any oiher rank, have ever been so magnificently enter- tained or so gracefully complimented by the Gov- ernment of England as these countrymen of ours. Fiom the Queen to th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April 27. Don F. dt», barque, 166, Grant, from I Melbourne, 22nd instant, with sundries. Passen- ger«, cabin-Misses Nesbit (2). Agcnts/W. Ivey and Co. April 27. Helen S. Page, barque. 226, Spring, from Port Albert, with cattle and sheep Agent W. A. Gue-don. April 27. Emma Prescott, brig, 166, Stanton, I from Newcastle. N S. W." Agent G. Lewis. April 27. Goethe, ship, 536, Austin, from Bre men, Lower Germany, 24 April, 1856, with 800 | borréis sperm oil. Agent Muster. April 27. Boindie, schooner, 65, Quested, from j Douglas River, with coals. Agents, Douglas River Coal Company. April 28. Roscoe. brig, 173, Finerty, from Melbourne l8 inst. Agent-Chapman & 'Thomas. ENTERED OUT. April 28. Scotia, schooner, 101, 'Trcgurtha, for Melbourne, 2 steerage passengers. April 29. Zone, sc'iooncr. 150, Marr, for Syd- I ney, cabin passengers Mr. Ford, Mr & Mrs. Co- | mer. April 28. Mousam. barque, 19S, McDonald, for Melbourne, cabin prssengers-Mr John Hollins....

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