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POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

on POLLING DAY. icr he - Yesterday the polling «orûmeiiced ïvt nine o'clock in the morning. The tatV prcáented,il anj thin», a mine than orainary ijuiet appear- ance. There was nothing at all indicatiVo o the fierce pfahtical struggle then going on ni the various ballot bókes. Now and then oin or two of the more prominent partizans of each 'Candidate might be seen whirling thair way in a cab from one polling place to another, en- deavouring, by swiftness of motion, to give importance to an office Which has ceased with the introduction of the ballot, ' to be either useful or exciti.ig. The solo inn Formula of tho process-the leception of the ballot paper-the solitude of the room wheie the " deed is done''"--iiud the ultimate destiny of tîiû vote as it is deposited with ite hidden mysteries in the eocrecy of the ballot box hive a chilling rather than an exciting effect upon the voters Indications that " the steam was getting up'1 howevei, became plainly per- ceptible after 3 o'clock. ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Mercury, The
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AGENS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

AOEATS FOR TBTS ÏOUÉKAL. Sobarían.,,.\..".Mr. ¿alerones fflizabeth-street ¡, .",.George Hurt, Liverpool-street Kangaroo Point ...'.Mr Leake Launceston, Carrick, Westbury, Perth, Evandale, and Longford. Mt G Stemart Oreen Ponde . Mr Speed Franklin,and the Huon. Mr Greig Sorell, Pttw'aler and Forcett ....'. Mr Henelt Melbourne, Victoria ...... Messrs. Gordon and Gotch London, Ireland, Scotland .'."Messrs ï- Algar Liverpool and Hie Isle of Man .Mettrs Wilmer TO THE PUBLIC. TEE HOBART TOWN M EKCTJBY 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 s...

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Departures of the Mail Ships. General Post Office, 6th May, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

Departures of the íHnil Sljíps. General Post Office, 6th May. 1857. SHIP MAILS will bo dowd at this office .? under : For Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne per City of Hobart, This day at IO n. m. . For Melbourne per City ol' Hobart, This day at 11 a. in. For Melbourne via Launceston, per Queen, This day at 6. 30. p m. For London, via Suez and Marseilles per Simla on Saturday next at 5. p. m. For London, via Suez and Southampton per Simla on Saturday next at 5. 30. p. m. For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, per Simla ou Saturday next at 5. 30. p. m. For India,. Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope via Point de Galle per Simla on Saturday 'next at 5. 30. p. m. For Melbourne via Launceston, per Royal Shepherd on Saturday next at 6. 30. p. in. 4\t>\ Shiih, Postmaster-General.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

DIED. Died, on Thursday the 30th ult. at his residence Orielton. Mr. Nisson Jacobson aged 94 years Mr. Jacobson is a very old resident in the colony, and leaves a wife and large family to lament his loss.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

miscellaneous: ep his its nd jht act om eir . is ces the i ed rad rod leis ¡cal ivo >wu the > >n lay, are ïjs; ids; the ob how x>ds eat and i to rbid il't a ttle, ledi tom. the the tries, ty» NoK-ÂSTEBTIsmO AUB ITS CONSEQUEN- CES,-Warren's celebrated blacking manufac- tory has now ceased to be- The business has *" ¿ted'' ont, simply from a resolution taken by tKè proprietors who- succeeded the spirited orlg'rtaV of the Arm,1 u io' discontinue advertís ing in the newspapers* as' a'useless expense." The consequence might Have' been, foreseen, T he firm ot " Warren" has" ceased to" eust within one generation.-EnglUk Pe*per: The Comit Cour of New Kent County, virginia,, is engaged trying several negroes charged with inciting insurrection. One negro has been convicted, and* » sentenced to be hanged, aud it is supposed that; shoiber will meet the same fate. The Madrid journals of the 24th February mention that a secret society of Communists I exists at Madrid and that its dist...

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THE ACTION OF STREAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

THE iOTlOtf OF STBEÂMS St retos and rivera--in fact all winter currents-act chiefly in a mechanical way, and their influence depends partly on the nature of.tlie rocks over which they run, the , rapidity of their dow, and the size and vol- ume of waïer. If the rocks t>v*r.which they pass be of a soft or* finable' nature, they soon cut out channels, ada transport the eroded material in the state of niiid, san'd/and gravel to the lower level of some lake, to Urea? estu- aries, or to the bed of the ocean. Their cutting as well as transporting power is greatly aided by the rapidity of their cur- rents ; hence the power ot mountain torrents compared with the quiet and sluggish flow of the lowland river* It has been calculated for example, that a velocity of 3 inches per second wjll tear tip fine clay y that 0 inches will lift fine sand, 8 inches sand as coarse as linseed, and 12 inches fine gravel j while it requires a volocity of 21 inches per second to roll along all rounded pebbles...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. MONDAY. Before Samuel Moses Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.   MONDAY. Before Samuel Moses Esq. Night charges —Eleven drunkards were fined twenty shillings; two, sixty shillings; and one £5. In default the customary alternative was supplied.         Six persons were fined five shillings each for dis- turbing the peace. Idle and disorderly.—John Barry was charged with being an idle and disorderly person, and with having been on the premises of Col. Bradshawe for   an unlawful purpose. The man said he mistook   the place for the Revd. Mr. Bond's. He was sen-   tenced to seven days imprisonment with hard labor. Assault and Robbery —-John Cutbush, William     Stevenson, James Edwards, and James Stanley were charged with having on the 26th ultimo as-   saulted and robbed one John Eggett—taking from   him the sum of one pound 12s just after he had left the St. Andrew Public ...

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BREED AND MANAGEMENT OF PIGS. (From the London Sunday Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

BREED AND MANAGEMENT OG PIGS   (From the London Sunday Times.) The subject of the selection of breed, the management and feeding of pigs is one which at the present day is occupying much atten- tion. We shall this week submit to our read- ers (1) the« opinion of au excellent practical farmer in America, given In the Oeueiee Far' mer, for last rudtotti, tfjlicll has jttst readied us on the .value of the iniprovfid Essex breed introduced into that country çhiefiy by Colonel Mortis, Vice Président of a New York State Agricultural Society ; (2) the observations of Mr.Bowlandson,on the breed and feeding gen- erally of the pig, selected from his prize essay on that subject: and (3) the scientific deduc- tion of $fr. jfyawe^ffom" Cid extensive researches on Fig-feeding, occupying", eighty ;four piges of the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Soei ety. In our next week's paper, we intend to submit for the information of our readers the translation of a practical paper on feeding...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES. Messrs. Brent and Westbrook, this-day, at Biidge j1 water, bheep, cattle, &c, to-morrow, at 'Con- stitution Dock, the brigantine Fo\, and at Frankiin Wharf, damaged lead, c\ Mcrcia. Messrs. Ive/ and Co : thi-.duy, at the Mart; tinned kettles; patmeal, split peas, beef, Durham mustard. Messrs. Worlay and Frodsham : this day, at O'Brien's Bridge, household furniture &c. Mr. W. A. Guesdon, this-day, on the property ; valuable city property, at the angle of Bathuist 'and Hairington streets. At the Mart, gas shares ; hats und bonnets ; slipper bath, and copper boiler; prime double rose cork butter; investment in the Commercial Bank ; oakum, scupper nails, black varnish, bread, pieaerved potatoes &c : deal boards ; household furniture piano forte, broom», &c ; rosewood and papie i macho writing desks, work boxes, stationery &c ; gutta percha tubing, revolving weighing machine, ling, salt, &c. > â SYDNEY. By the Tasmania...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT Corrected up to five o'clock Saturday Evening last [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

HOBART TOWN PRICE OTJRftENT Corrected itjp iofive.o'oloohon Saturday Eeeping. last ALE S¡ REER-fwhoUaleJ Ale, Bass* Ko 2 per doz It) 15» Oí? Worthington and Robinson's No 3 per lihd 91 Os Od Alsopp » No 3, per hhd M O» Od Z)ifío ¿info J?así /«dio per hhd 19 St Od to li 10* Vd Other brands per hhd l8 IO, Od to 19 Alsopp * per dozen Wa Gd to ll*6d Byass s lis Gd to li» bri Duckworths Ila Gd to lis 5d Bryant and Daviss 12» td to 134 Qd Mar eili silt Od to li* Od mbbert's 10* Od to 10» Od Otherbottleis.lle to Ws Porter, Rai clay s, per hhd 17 Ss O to V¡ 10* Elliott and Watney s per hhdlS 0* Od to V¡ O» OfA«- fraiid* '(> 10» tW Io 17 Os Od 2Viiew<ro's X per h]id Id Ss Od io M Ss Od Ti ¡teman'* XX per hhd 16 10, Od lo IG 15* Od Taylors stout per hhd 17 0* Od to 17 10» Od Byass s quarts per dos 12» Od to 13* Od Whitbieads stout per dos 12» Od to 12; Oí tfoj zelh s porter per doz 12» Od io 12» Bryant and Davis s pet do, ils Odio 11* Od Otherooitiers per doz 1 * Od to 1J* 7d ' ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

SHOEING INTELLIGENCE. Mav 5.-Tasmania,stenrm?r, 285 tons, Clinch, from Sydney, 1st,Moy. Cabin passengers-Mr. H. Dent, Rev. Mr. Nicholson. Steerage-Mr. Sharpe, Mrs. Mary Griffin, Messrs. MacEwen, Devie, Luddeli, Bruce. Nuklous, Frasir, Mr. aud Mrs. Richie, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, and 4 children. Caigo-sheep and sundries. Agent-C.Toby. ENTERED OUT. City of Hobart Steamer 3R4 tons Benthy fin-Mel- bourne. Cabin passengers,Misses. McLachlan's(2) Mrs. and Miss Gardiner, Miss Reeves and servant, Mr and Mrs?, Wïlsnn, Mr. J. W. Butterworth, j Mrs, Johnson Mr. and Mrs Collins and 2 children Air. Burgess, Mrs. Barrett, Mrs, Morris nnd 2 in fant-s Mr. M. Bowden, Master Burgess, Mr. Walk- er, Mr. Friend, M J. Rule, Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Dougla«, Mr. J A. Thomson, Mrs. Edgecombe and child, Mr. E. H. Cole, Mr. Staples, Mr. Mitcbell,Mr.Griffiths, and 35 adults 3 children in the steerage - CLEARED OBTf May 5. Indian -Queen ¿mp, 1050 ton», Jobson, for Bombay in ballast. May 5. Thane of Fife, s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

SALES BY WILLIAM IVEY AND Co "Prime Colonial Cheese:' '? ^fA^aäU»*B8i! WILLIAM IVEY & v'Cö^ ?'";"'; ",'.'' ' Will sell by Public'auction.-'-'1;"1 -j , " tl~ !?'.?,Tv ; J,¿: A^'neir M"1» ÉJizabeili-streeti ' ^, ',i ''"'Qn ;WEDNESD AY, the 6th May', at..'li/', o'ofock,, Í. >J nflHIÏtTEEN PRIMÉ COLONIAL CHEESE; i *.,,,.. I Terrni-Cash.' '?") - -:> I . : ' ' ' "'" ' ' ' " "' -"' '-' '" '-"': ' "?'" '"'? r' ' " '? ,i''rr.:.' r-Fivc Sons Oatwcal, Split Feus,,. v J-, ,«l;MESSRS.. WII'MAM-IVEY AJTD Co. ,| .».:S:: !../;:' Will sell by public auction ,' . .1 ."';.., :?;;.>. -Attheir Mart ElizabélIi:Btrcet,-\ ¡,. ...is' «i WEDNESDAY next the O.th ,Miy, tt eleven '..-,?', o'clock.,-,..;1. .,-..-.. .?.. , , . ' '?'.? fiyji.TO^S. OATMEAIV.ih bags, 5 cask's split rp'ea^' '., ; .. ' ' ,, ;' ' ' , " '' Terms at sale . °'. : "^''",]']_ 'JDamayed Clothing, &c. "?""? -' :t-^MESSRS WILLIAM IVEY AND Co >;'7 ,!'J'.'_"? .'.''.'?'Will sell by auction' -ni., i 'j!.-'At thcirMatt, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING Postage id England-By the arrangements notv niaüe for the departure of the mail ships, it appeals that only two days are allowed at Svdney for making up the muil ; thus the Simla arriving on the 9th, her mail would close at 8 n.w. on the 11th, so that all persons wishing to trans- mit letters to England) ought tobe prepared hefore hatid, as the 6pacc oi'time to answer conespond ence, is, otherwise, peifeetly inadequate. Steam Route io China and Australia via Pacihc Islands- I he New York Journal of Commence, ota rei.ent date, says :-A new project, having m view the running of a steamship lui trom San Francisco to China and Australia, is seriously talked of in this city, in conjunction with a propo-i tiou fiom parties in Europe; and it is in .contem- plation to seek the patronage of the united States' Government, by obtaining -a favourable' contra 't for carrying the mull*. According to this 'plein, the Sandwich tshvhds Will be hiude a poit of callón the outwar...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [j Huok Election.-We understand, that a party of gentlemeu have chartered the Culloden steamer, and will proceed this morning to oppose the election of Air. T. J, Knight, for the Huon dis- trict. Call to the Degbee of Babeisteb st Law.-Amongst the names of gentlemen called to the English bar, on the 26th pf January, hy the Hon. Society of the middle Temple, we ob- serve that of William Kitchie, of Scune, Perth, Van Diemen's Land (holder of the studentship awarded by Jhe Council of Legal Education, Hdary Term, 1857,) and 'he lixtb eon of. the iatc Thomas {litanie, jiautenant ia lier Majesty'» navy. Bread series Tub. Adulteration _ of F'our Uri ib.- fhe LtiièH has jost ,comme'rtp¿5 a new ' Food ..,._.r. ,. --^-- . - "., eel of the 17th inst'.as upon the anulte-aHín of flour and bread. It appears that there is an article in common and daily Use by bakers denominated "Cones," or « Cones' flour' j" this when genu'ne consists entirely of the flour of a particular kind ...

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THE CATHOLIC CLERGY IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

THE CATHOLIC CLERGY IN FRANCE. I The Times correspondent, writing about the asiflfsin Verger,a few days7 before his execution gives some interesting particulars as to the condition of the Roman Catholic clergy of France, which we annex. He says :-Vergax is not a criminal who really belongs to any order of society ; he is simply one ot those ex- ceptional characters who-appear now and them for" tno shame and disgrace of humanity. Nevertbeleis^he fact of his indelible character as a priest hatf eaused severil serious persons. to reflect on the1 mean» of preventing, if possi- ble, the repetition ft? Such a crime. Previous, to the revolution of 1789", while the clergy possessed its privileges, Inker the other orders, of the State, interdicted ecclesiastics used to. be removed from society and placed in con- vents or in ecclesiastical prisons. The revolu- tion very properly destroyed that p-rivilege.aa it levelled alt others, and deprived the auperior clergy of the power which it had ove...

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DISPOSAL OF CONVICTS.—AMENDMENT OF THE LAW. (From the Economist, February 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

m DISPOSAL OF CÖSVlCTS.-AMEND- MENT OF ÏHE LAW. (Prow 'he Economist, February 14.) on« N» ROU or f non onh ano crir whi pro] Eve evei can of* The bill «Weh Sir George Grey introduced to the House on MSndiy last, though embracing no distinct principle «hd not meeting the grand difficulty of the question' as to the dis|>o»al of .'OUT «riminals, yet contains sound provisions which will render it a decided improvement '«id;the Äff which it is intended to supersede. Tífe A'cfof Ï85S substituted penal servitude for tratts'pör'rafion in1 all the less severe sen- tences, leaving only1 as actually sentenced and liable to be sent out tri die country the crimi- nals deemed worthy of banishment for life or for terms exceeding fourteen years. There I was only one colony which consented to re I ceive these convicts-that of Western" Ans- j jyg, iraifa'r and this settlement it was believed I t*ae could riot-safely and advantageouslyabsorb a J^j gee wo ii port the can tion P'?l tain B be i onr ma...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

Sorell Mill rf^HE Undersigned hereby gives notice, that it -*- will be necessary for all .parties paying any monies at the above mill,to procure His receipt for the iame,B5 none other will'be a discharge. Samuel Isles. Sorell May 6th 1857. - - - Crninness's Dublin Porter. The .Uiitcrsigncd has just received, per "WILLIAM BROWS," iCNvirstrr CASKS GUESNESS'S extra stout In fine condition. Also Twenty Casks of Byass's Porter in Pints DANIEL GRAHAM EXCHANGE WAREHOUSE, COLLINS-ßTBEET May 2,3857. Bluestone, Bluestone. i x r For sale bj the Undersigned FIFTY CASES OF BLUESTONE, WHICK VILL BE SOLD CHEAP, ¡DANIEL GRAHAM " COLLINS-STREET. To Hie Electors for the Huon Distict for the Legislative Council. Hobart Town, 4th May, 1857. aE N T L E M E N,-I take the earliest op pot tumty that has been afforded ine of giving my denial to a rumour that has been circu- lated, namely, that it was my intention to decline to become a Candidate at the approaching Elec- tion. lTcan asiure you tlmt there is ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE T.S. N Co's STEAMSHIP TASMANIA Will leave for SYDNEY on SATUBDAY the 9th May at 3 o'clock. Chas Toby Manager, T9N. Co Franklin Wharf, May 5, 1857« STEAM ' TO MELBOURNE & GEELONG IheT S N Co's Steamship CITY OF HOBART will lettie for MELBOURNE & GEELONG » on WEDNESDAY, the GtliMaj, at noon I } CHARLES TOBY. f Manager, T S N Co |, Franklin Wharf, May 1st, 1857 | STEAM TO MELBOURNE 1" ,ilv>- THE Fine Tavounte Passenger í MOJoJí' aWer QUEEN, J ' Huon M'Meckak, f Commander, { Will again be despatched from Launceston to I M elbourne On THURSDAY, 7th May, -, At Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. ' Her accommodations are exceedingly supenor, f both for passenger» and horses. I Foi freight or passuge apply early to I Willi vm Johnstone, Agent. i1, S». John street, April 29th, For Melbourne r j!- THE Fine Fast Bailing BARQUE f ¿BL D0N PEDRO II | SESc John Grant Comnnnder, it th quick des 4 patch ä Forfreight or passage apply only to the Captain , en board....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENGE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENGE Colonial Postaoe.-It it not genrrailly known that mter-colonial letters to Sydney, -now require a six-penny stamp, and that if a'four-penny stamp be affixeil to a letter, it is (ri ated os a nullity, and although transmitted through Hit post-office here the full postage «will be charged at Sidney. To obviate this annoyance to our correspondents we must affix a six penny stamp, in the first instance. VICTORIA. (From the "Herald" May 2nd.) ' The markets to-day opened with a great appear- ance of activity, and many speculative transac- tion*, wh eli had been held over since yesterday, were completed. It would be difficult to say whether the present briskness may be referred to an increase m the demand for actual consumption, or whether it is caused by the anxiety of dealers to do business of some sort, despite any prevailing Guiness. It is well asci rtuined, however, that there is au apparently healthy reaction at present exercising a beneficial influence on the...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Mercury — 6 May 1857

^ÊmÊ8gBtBamei ^CU^JtA. ?JrYe hare Melbourne journals toJ2nd intt; ' It is «aid, that Mr. 0'S.hauMsy intends pitting himself against thfi Attoruey-General, fcy resigning his seat tor Kilmore, ana eontes tog the representation of Melbourne with her Majesty's Attorney-General for Victoria. Another rumour ii, that Mr. Loader, who got up the meeting recently held on the site of the Eastern Market» is to enter the lists. This is the gentletnáii whfcf opposed with so much energy the eight-hour movement, and subse- quently contested North Grenville with Mr. Humffray. i, J^totioJieerihg matters Jook. unusually dull, affer all the folk about opposition to, the new Ministers. As Vet Mr. Fellows has it'ëll hi» own way in St. Kilda, aud it is said Mr. Al leype does not intend to bleak a lance with Mr. Ebden at Brighton. The Herald of Saturday says i-A «orne what marvellous story has gained currency on iiredible authority ; and We propose to ¡Mt it Wore our reader» without abre br comment, ljhis ...

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