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

£2 Reward. WHEREAS William Williamson a Welchmnn who formerly lived at Mr J. lords of S m<ly Buy, and in March last, with T.D. Chapm in Esq., of New Town and whose He-edencc ¡s not known liy the advertiser, has in his pos-essimi a little cirliiged fjur years the daughter of the Undersign- ed. '1 he above leward of £2 will be pa d to any person who will give such mt rotation as will le»d to the restoration of the child to it» parents. Thomas Mead, No. 40 Kelly-street, Batterv-Point. 20th, April, 1857. [ADVEIITISEMCNI] IN the Daily News of the 25th instant and this morn mg an advertisement appears signed T. C. Smait, OG, Miirquaric-Btrcet, in which he men- tions my name, snd purporting to publish a true and correct account of the numlier of deaths thai diet! in the Tasmanian Pritiiiu've Lodge of Odd | Fellows dating the 1 e<t ten or < leven months, din omi words ure-'The only man tobo died was one «./io for tico years previous to l/is death had been ¡a...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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AFFAIRS IN PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

AFFAIRS IN PERSIA. The Nord has published the following tele- graphic despatch,dated Eonigsberg.February 9 :-"By way of Russia, letters from Teheran dated the 3rd Jauuary have beea received. After the occupation of Bushire, nothing was attempted by the Euglish. Their vessels have approached Mohamtnera, a Persian fort situated near the mouth of tho Shat-el-Arab ou the Turkish fron'ier It is believed that the garrison, in case of attack will be able to defend itself. Reinforcements are being | despatched to the Persian army of the south. Eesa Khau has been murdered by au Affghau. He governed the city of Herat in the Shah's | name, after having defended it against the Persian troops." The Moniteur de V'Armée publishes some details relative to the movements of the Per- sian troops According to these accounts, the Court of Teheran was aware of the de- parture of IheBritiah squadron for the Persiau Gulf long before its arrival, but it did not expect its territory would have been invaded w...

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

AMERICA, The Persia left New York on the 4th in» ftant, and we (Daily Post) have files lo thal «ate inclusive. " Th* political news sinre the date of the prê- tions despatches was unimportant. The Post-office Committee had agreed to recommend the establishment of lines of mail steamers between Panama and Vnlpnini-n, New Yoik and the Nirih of lîiiropf», via 'Rotterdam, and New York mid Parn, via Sa Vaimah, St. Tlmmns, Karbidnes, und Denic rara. The General Ocean Steamer Bill, the favourite scheme of some of the piomincnt .teamship operators, has been thrown out by . very dei ¡tied vote. Jn toe United Slates Senate «iii Mondny last, \ resolution was adopted calling on the Sec retar y at War to conmmuicntc copies of all correspondence not herctofoie furnished rel ptiveto the Californian'* Vigilance Comtnit jee" of I8S6. In the United Slates Senate, on t'te 3rd, a feill was introduced to secure to actual pet- ita«, at 2 dois. 50c. per acre, ths alterna e Motions of public lunds in giant...

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THE PERSIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

' '-'I THE PERSIAN WAR, ? . A ' While my Lord Cowley is amusing'th« ' Persian envoy, or Ferouk Khan is cntleavo* ring to outwit Lord Cowley, a document 'has nppeaied which throws more light 'upon"the Persian complication than all the letters "arid leading articles with which tho British public has been favoured for the past six month's) together with all the ministerial staterocmVori the subjects which have been made since- th© ' meeting of Parliament. The " document /»we refer to has appeared in the Tejieran >Gazette and purports'to bo the explanatory reidy < of the Persian Government to the declaration i»of war issued at Calcutta' on the 1st of Novena- . ber. The precipitation, to use no-'strong*r term, with which the British Government has -, proceeded with this matter, is worthy of par-' ticular attention, and argues very i plainly^-i predisposition to proceed to hostilities v/bicli v was not to be set aside by the submission off tho Shah, or for any amende he was ...

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PARILAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

PABIIAMENTARY DíTELLIGENCE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-MONDAY. The House met, pursuant to adjournment from Friday, and the President took the chair at tn minut-s past 4. o'clock. The Honorable Members present wcre.'Alem Kermode, Walker,.md Dr Bt-dfoid who set on the Ministciial side of tho House: and Messrs Ntrn Burgess, Wedge; Whyte, and Lowes, whooccuoi j the opposition benches. THE NEW MINISTRY. Mr KERMODE, before the orders of the-dat were proceeded with, wished to state, that th» arrangements for the new Ministry had been can. pleted, and his Excellency, Hie Governor, had been pleased to approve of the gentlemen, .»hose names had been submitted to bim : the lum. Mem- ber here rend the names of the-Ministem, and nil that he did not intend on the present occasion, to enter into any detail of the intended policy of ti» administration, but he would say a word or moon a very important question, namely, that the Min. istry were determined to effect retrenchment and reduction, before they re...

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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 — 29 April 1857

HOBART TOWN" PRICE CURRENT Abridged to meet the wishes of Country Subscribers. Corrected up to five o'clock on t.ati:r ¡ay Eetning last ALF! $ BEER-(whohate) Ale, Bass's No 2 per do: 11 IS« Od Worthington and Robinson's Ko ii per hhd ¡01 Us Vd Alsopp's No 8, per hlul fil (I* {Id Ditto palo Fait India per Mid Vi Bl Od to L) 10« d Other brands per hhd IS IO» Od to li) Alsopp's per dozen Its Gd to 11« bat Byass's Us tid to ils Gd Duckworth's 31« Gd to II« 5d Bryant and Davis's 12s < d io I3tf Od Maizetti'slls Od to li« I'd Mibberl's His Od lo IO« Od Oilier bollier^ I« to 12s. Porter, Barclay's, per Mid li 5» t» to ¿7 I'« Elliott and Walneg's per hhd lu >s Od lo 17 IK Other brands ¿I» Iii« Od to 17 Os Od Trueman's X per hhd 16 Ss Od to 16 6s Od Trueman's XX per hlul lb IO» Od lo ¿ti li* d Taylors' stout per hltd li (Is 'd to 17 U\s Od Byass's quarts per duz 1-2« liri lo 13« Od Whiibread's stout per doz li« va to 1-'« Oat Marzetli's porter per doz Its Od to is Bryant and Da...

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OUR PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 29 April 1857

OUR PROSPECTS " The depressed state of the Colony',' ^aro household words in the mouths of all men ; trade languishing, commerce dull, and property depreciated, with a prospect of taxation loom- ing iu the distance, these are the calamities, under which Tasmania declines, and, probably - will decline for some time to come. Our motto however, is nil desperandum ; there is yet corn in Egypt, the elements ot prosperity are ex- tensively existent, and require only a full and free development to resuscitate the waning energies of the country. " . The political economist would say, that with these elements and appliances; there could be no just ground for despondency or despair, and no apprehension of irremediable evil : nor aro there : the great and only object is the adop- tion of the best means for their development and extension ; but how ? In the first and most prominent place, by putting the right men in the right place, in the Ministry ; men, who discarding all temporising and trim...

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

To the Slectors of Hobart Town. GE N T L E M EN,-By acceptance of the Office ot Attorney-General, my seat as one of your Representatives in the House of Assembly has become vacunt. I beg to submit myself to you for re-election. I am not aware that anything ha» occurred since the General Election which should deprive me of the confidence of those Electors by whose suffrages I had the honour of being re'umed on that occasion. Of my quailfica t:otaforthe Office of Attorney-General it is for you to judge, from the manner in which I discharg- ed its duties during my former tenure of the office. I hâve associated myself in a New Administration, with gentlemen amongst whom will be found a combination of high character, ability, energy, moderation, disinterestedness, business-like habits, and great colonial expérience, such as to warrant a well-founded anticipation thit by their united ef- forts they will be successful in devising measures for remedying the present financial difficulties an...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. THE HOBART TOWN MEEOUET WE xaay proudly and confidently to'its a comparison of thi« Journil v itb any and all of our Contemporaries It contains, although published only thrice a week, quadruple tha amount of matter, tha earliest, most c rreot, anl .most v»ried intelligence, Foreign and D mestic, while ita 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 cur Advertising friends Progressi 'g as it does, v?e may safely predict, that in t ¡«reive months more, t îe " MERCURY" will attain the comparative position in this Colony, which the Great ondon "TIMES" maintains in England: we csn assure our numerous Subscribers and the Pub ic, also, that no exertion on our parts tall be wanting to renier it, in every respect, worthy of their patronage and commendation. We would, therefor', remind those who may wish to become Subscribers in future, that the present quarter commences ...

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

LATEST EUliOPEAN. Norfolk Island is to be severed from the diocese of Tasmani.ii and to be annexed to that of Sydney, the Queen being cmpou ered, by a Bill, to issue letters patent to that effect. The Holy Inquisition at Homo has prohibi- ted and condemned the pastoral instructions of the Archbishop of Utrecht and of the Bishops of Haarlem and Deventer relative to the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. - The Gazette contains the appointment of Mr. C.H. Danvin,now Governor of Newfound- land, to be Governor of Jamacia, and of Sir A. Barnnerman, now governor of the Bahamas,to be'Governor of Newfoundland. Among the many incidents caused by the rise in the Colonial and produce markets, and mentioned in commercial circles, wo (Bristol Advertiser) h,ear that a firm in Bristol has sold n moiety of its supply of raw hides, to ar- rive during the year 1357, »t a profit of £25, 000. The Moniteur Loiret says that everything that Verger wrtito-during his imprisonment has been burnt by the autho...

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

VICTORIA. We have papers, in continuation to Friday the 24th inst:   The motion of Mr Fellowes of want of con- fidence in the O'Shanassy Ministry was car- ried by a majority of 15 the votes on a divi- sion being Ayes 34—Noes 19. "The discussion," says the "Herald" was   prolonged from four o'clock on Weduesday afternoon until seven o'clock the following morning, and we believe that there are few persons connected either with the Legislature or the press who have yet entirely overcome the fatigue and exhaustion of so extraordi- nary a sitting." The same journal, also, states: "we believe   that to the great majority of our fellow colo- nists the result of the debate has given un- bounded satisfaction." Great complaints are made by the Press, generally, of the intrusion of Strangers into the Reporters' gallery especially when the debates are unusually important: the Argus suggests the appointment of a competent door-keeper, well acquainted with t...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Police Roster.-The magistrate whose duty it is to attend at the Police-office this day is W. G. Elliston esquire ; to-morrow (Thursday) the duty will devolve upon Dr. Smart. A Dehnieb Résout.-Wheu you find that full grown men have too much wisdom to become parties to your doubtful schemes in Parlia- ment-irj/ "lillie Bous." DRAGS FOR BOAT ACCIDENTS. -At the inquest on Saturday on the body of Arthur Tul- loch, who was drowned in the harbour, the jury recommended that proper "drags" should be pro- vided at convenient places on the wharves, and that notices of the same should be posted in conspicuous places, for the information of the   public. We fully concur in this recommendation, and, as several accidents, some of them fatal, have   recently occurred, such a provision would prove   salutary. All steam boats whether large or small, ought also to be provided with boats, to be imme- diately used in case of accident. The Munici...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

H. E. RISBY. HAS just unpacked clioise patterns in BRU*' SliLS, KlDßrtMlNi»! UaandlMPUlHl o.wlPEI'S vvlnJi will bo offeied at very lo* " ' 74 Liverpool-strec' AGElsZ'S FOR THIS JOURNAL. _ Sobarlo».Mr. Lawrance Elisabeth street .George Bull, Liverpool-tltta Kang'aroo"po'i'nf".'..'..MrLe*l> Launceston, Cairuik, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, and Longford. Mr G Stew* Green Ponds. ^' %% FtankUn,a,idtheHuon . ,&W« Sorell, Pitwaler and Forcett. Mrf¿riii Melbourne, Twlona .Messrs. Gordon and <W* London, Ireland, Holland .Meurs F-Al<Pf Liverpool and tlie Isle of Man .Messrs WUjur PrUitculiy JohiiDuvIca pioprleturMVloMriaPUOBlsiB*»» 4 tad I'lAUsttof by hita« hi» 3owir.il Swam PrlaUW °*¡? t jV^âmt^fitfùf^'i/MCt rf^iy^«r* \ t

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

LATEST DATES. England '.:. San Francisco .'.. ! New Yoi le .. Capo of ttood Hope...'. ¡Mauritius',.'..'. 'Siugapoio,....v..'.. Ceylon.'.. China. Calcutta .._. Bombay..". Valparaiso ...' .....'. Australien C olonios. viz : Victoria . 'Sydnoy.i. 'Adelaide.,. New Zealand <i . 'Western Austr-.Jia. 16th. Feb 121U Jan. 4th. Fob 22nd. Feb 20th. Jan 23rd. Jim 7th. Jnn 6th. Feb. 10th. Feb. 24-th. Jan. 10th. Jan. 24th. Aprl ¿8th. Apr - 8th. Apn 3rd. Apn Gili. 1-obi

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Abridged to meet the wishes ot Country Subscribers. Corrected up to five o'clock on Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

HOBART TOWX PETCB OCR KENT Abridged to meet the wishes ot Country ' Subscribers Corrected up to five o'clocl on ¡¡alurctay Evening last ALE ,3" BEER-(wholsale) Ale, Bass's No 2 per do: 11 ISs Od W01 thmglon and Robinson s No 1 peí Jihd 01 Oj (Id Jlsopp s No S, per hhd 20 Os Od Ditto pale Hast India, per hltd li 5; Od lo U 10s id Other brands per lihd 13 10s Od to IO Alsopp's per dozen Us (id to Us 6d Byass's lis Od to ila bd Duckworth's Ils Gd to Us 5d Bryant and Davis s 12s 1 d to ISs Od Marzelh's I \s Od to Ms (id Htbberty lils tiri to 10s Od Otlicr bolllers,\ is to 12» Potter, Harelay s, per hhd li 5s (l lo li Its Elliott and Walney s per lihd Hi i's Od to 17 us Other brands Id 10s Od to li Os Od Trueman's X per hhd 16 5s Od to 16 5s Od Trueman's XX per Mid lb IO? Od to lb lps 1 (2 Taylors stout pel hlujL li Os 'id lo Vi 10s Od Byass s quarts per dox 12s üd to 13s Od Whilbieads stout pet doz lis Urt to lis Od Marzetlisporlci per dos lis Od to 12s Jjruatl and Davis s per doz Us Od...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

¡THEATRE ROYAL. S JOHN DUNN, STAGE MANAGER. ,GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT AND LASTBVTONEOF THE SEASON! THIS-EVENIN3, FRIDAY, 1st MAY, FOR THE BENEFIT OF' MISS. EfflLY GLYJSDOX. Under the distinguished Patronage of COLONEL PERCEVAL And the OFFICERS of HER MVJESTY'S 12th Regiment; who have signified their intention of , honouring the Theatro with their presence.' By the kind pel mission of Colonel Perceval, and , the Officers of the 12th, tho SPLENDID BAND. WILL ATTEND And perform some of (heir Vu* ourite IMcce» of music. The performance will commence-with Tom Tayloi's elegant comedy entitled TIME TBIES ALL Matthew BatfeS - Mu H. N. Wabnjüe. Lama Leeson .. Mibs. Gxtndon. Tom Tact Mu J. Dunn. Aohj-BOLD SOLDIER BOY... MR. J. DUNN. aniKHPEABE's SEVflar ages Will be Recited in Character by MISS. EMILY GLYNDON. And illustrated by the Company in Tableaux. To conclude with the Beautiful Comedietta of THE WOaUMSBFOX WOMAT*, The Marquis .Ma. H.N.Wabnee. Crepm . Mb. John Dunn. Hortense . Miss. Glynd...

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ITALIAN JEALOUSY AND REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

ITALIAN JEALOUSY ANDEEVENGtí.'' The correspondent of the Baili/ News, s. writing from Borne uuder the date of the <. 31st of January, gives the following particu- < ara of a frightful murder which had recently-, been perpetrated. , ," "", A tiagical specimen of Italian jealousy ~ took place in the beginning of this week ' afc the Pope's favourite summer residence, the ~ once famous but now deserted sea coast town of Porto d'Anzio. The women of that and,, tho neighbouring town of Nettuno are ceh>? ' brated for their beauty, but the charms of a',( voung girl, the daughter of a fisherman, ofrj Porto d'Anzio, bave for some time past enti- /, tied her to a pre-eminent rauk even in tlyut land of beauties. A young man belonging, to a noble family of Orviota, whilst casually sojourning in Porto d'Anzio, became enam- oured of the fisherman s daughter to stich if degree as to overlook all differences off, raufe/ aud to wish for a union with the object* or. " his passi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Planting op Diseased Potatoes.-A correspondent of 'the Inventes» Courier, writing from Corran of Ardgour, says :-"As the season for planting potatoes is fast appro- aching, I am desirous to state the practical and satisfactory result occurring from the plantiug of diseased potatoes, iu rows, in the month of March last year. On looking over the barrels of potatoes reserved for seed, my servant found very many diseased, scarcely showing any signs of vitality. I desired them to be placed on one side, and after having finished the plantiug of my usual quantity of healthy ones, about three-quarters of an acre, I had all the diseased ones dibbled (uncut) into a piece of ground, away from all others, and without manure. The servant laughed ; he 'thought it was a waste of time, and v. as sure nothing would come of them.' However to his surprise, as well as my own, they appeared in due season above ground, went on progressing, and on digging thbin up in the first week in Augus...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. W. A. Guesdon -Ibis day. at the mart, Col- lins Street:-Household furnitiire,piaiio fortes, gie' and harness, &c, lonewood and Paper Alache writing dcses, work and flower boxes, oak stationary cases,one share in the Commer mcic'al Bank, deal' boaids, garden engine, gutta percha tubing, weighing machine, ling, salt, &c, slipper bath and copper boiler,ludies and gentlemen's hats, oakum, scupper nails, Tarnish, bread, peserved potatoes, sarsaprillu, and whiskey, At the Government slaughter yardi.':-250 fat whether», ex City of Hobart. The Mercury is published overy Monday WoduesdaN and Friday morning at 5 o'clock. The Commis biiriiifc anil Colonial Government Notices ave pub- lished officmllt under authority. Tho Cluirgo for subscriptions to this Newspaper, K £116a cash'; £" 2s per annum credit ; or 9s and 10s 6d respectively per quarter. The Charge for advertisements is Is and 6d per inch for each insertion, Advertisements not exceedin...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 1 May 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April 20-Schooner Swordfish, 168 tons, Roberts from Melbourne, 25th n slant, with sundries, Agents, T. D Chapman and Co April 29.-Schooner Cecilia, from Port Arthur April 30.-Schooner Euphemio, 129 tons, Shep herd, from Melbourne, 2-1 instant, in ballast Agents, Maning Bros. ENTERED OUT. April 30-Helen S Page, barque, 22G. Spring, for Port Albert, cabin passengers-Mr Smith Mrs Spring. CLCAR8D OUT April 30-Harp, Schooner, lol, White, for Melbourne. ( , ¡, DEPARTURES April 30-Barque Mousain, 197 tons, McDonald, for Melbourne, passenger-Mr Hollings. Agent, H Lipscombe , > April 30-Ship Mcrcia, C49 tons, Ward, for Madras, passenger-Mrs Ward. / April JO-Schooner Zone, 95 tons, Marr, for, Sydney. ,. IMPORTS. Per Swordfish-109 firkin« butter, 379 gunny bags, f D. Chapman and Co. ExronTS Per Morcia-30 tons coals, original cargo from London - Per Zone-50,000 feet timber, 200,000 shingle«, 14 000 feet battens, F A Downing. Per Mousuni-SOO posts and rails, 25,000 feet...

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