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POLICE OFFICE.—SATURDAY. Before Alderman Lewis, acting Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE.-SATUBDAY. I Before Alderman Lewis, acting Mayor. Out after hours.-John Askey t. 1. was charged with being out after hours at half past 2 o'clock iu the morning, and with falsely representing himself to be a free mau. The defendant, it appeared had a pa3s, dated the 3rd instant, to proceed to New Norfolk, but was found by the constable faaS asleep in Harrington street. He was sentenced to three mouths imprisonment with hard labor. Idle and Disorderly.-Samuel Ben nett was charged with vagrancy in sleeping in the open air, and with liariug no visible means of subsistence. Toe defendant, who is uut quite right in his mind, and who bas been fre- quently before the bench ou .be same charge, pleaded guilty, and was sent to the House of Correction for one month. Before the Police Magistrate, and Alderman Lewis, actiug Mayor. A suspected person.-John Facey was charged with being a suspected person frequenting a publie place with intent to commie a felony, at 5 o'clock on Fri- ...

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CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

CITY ARTICLE. Mercury OfEce, Saturday afternoon. Business throughout the week has been steady and moderate. There has been no stir or animation in any of the mar- kets, purchases being limited to imme- diate requirements. The grain market ha3 been uniformly quiet, and prices have fluctuated very little. There has been lather a scarcity of wheat, the new wheat coming in but sparingly. At the commencement of the week whr-at was quoted tit 7s 9d to 8s, the best samples, lout latterly 7s Gd to 7s 9d have been the ruling quota- tions, A largo cargo of wheat arrived to order from Launceston to-day, which, with others on the way, is expected iu some quarters to cause a downward ten- dency, while others anticipate that the market here will be more firm at present quotations, as recent advices from Ade- laide and Melbourne tell of a gradual rise in wheat. Colonial oats nome in but slowly, and realize at 6s to Cs Gd, according to sample. Foreign oats com- mand but few purchasers, and remain a...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] MONDAY, MARCH 8TH, 1858. THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

THE MERCURY fPUBrilSlIED DAILY.] ÜÜÖNDAY. MARCH 8rji, 1858. THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND. Sevüiial facts in reference to the con- dition of the officers and men in India, which have recently come to our notice, giro the Indian Belief Fund much greater import in our eyes. Not, as our readers must have perceived, that we have erer been behind hand in the recognition of the claims these sufferers have upon our common humanity as upon our sympathy with British men aad women in circum- stances of such unusual suffering. But the knowledge that the Govenme.ii, of India, instead of alleviating these dis« tressing griefs, appears bent only on their aggravation, makes the appeal to our benevolence, so much the more de eerre a prompt and sufficient reply. TVb hare heard of one young and gal- lant officer, shut up for months in Luck- now, dispossessed of everything, without eren an uniform to wear, indebted to the charity of strangers for the c-tofche:. he stood in, wounded in the hind aud head, bein...

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CHARGE OF PERJURY AGAINST EDWARD CHANDLER, THE INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

CHARGE OF PERJURY AGAINST EDWARD CHANDLER, THE INSOLVENT. Ox Saturday a preliminary examination took place iii Her Majesty's Gaol on a charge of perjury, preferred by Nigel Gresley, Esquire, the Manager of the Union Bank, against Edward Chandler, in reference to his repeated assertions, that he hal paid £150 into the Union Bank at ¡ Launceston on the 11th of January last. The Bank has, very properly, insti- tuted the proceeding, which was forced upon it b3' the evidence given 03' the in- solvent b.-lbre the Com uissioner in Hobart Town, an 1 the result, we have no doubt, will have to be decided by a Jury. Mr. Tarleton was the sitting Magis- trate, and Mr. Brewer, assisted by Mr. Roberts, of the firm of Allporb Roberts and Allport, conducted the prosecution. As soon as Mr. Tirletou lind taken his seat, the defendant handed in a note from his solicitor, Mr. Leas, intimating the impossibility of nis attendance, aud requesting a postpmement of the ca<e : the defendant, also, ...

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THE MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

THE MILITARY. CtETAlK communications recently left at this office having diracted our atten- tion to the subject, we regret to find that considerable discontent prevails ""among* the military at this moment. From all that wa have been enabled to gather ou the subject, it would seem that the Complaints are not by any means unreasonable. They relate to the conduct of the Home Government, and do not in any way affect the friendly ?abordioatioa of officers aad men. Hitherto the troops in this colony have been allowed to enjoy the benefit of a ' {ree ration, no inconsiderable matter to . soldier, who3e pay is never.very large. But the Home Government some little time ago, with what to us appears to be »nilljudged parsimony, determined upon the retrenchment of this valuable privi- lege, and ¡¿sued orders to that effect. ItappearVtoo, that Colonel Perceval, who is always spoken of by his men in terms of the highest respect, has hitherto prevented this arbitrary abrogation of The «oldiers, ...

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. ItETUb Prices. B. ti. B. Apples, per peck,. 1 6 ... 2 Beans, French, per quart. 0 0 ... 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. 2 4... 2 Butter, potted, per lb. 1 fi ... 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0 ... 1 Bacon, green, ditto ,. 0 0... I Cabbages, each . 0 4 ... 0 Carrots, per dozen bunches... 0 0... 2 Celerj-, per stick .... 0 8 ... 1 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 6... 1 Cheese, English, (bust) ditto. 1 6 ... 1 Cucumbers, each. 1 0 ... 3 Ducks, couple. 6 0 ... 7 Eggs, per dozen . 0 0... 2' Fowls, per couple. 5 0 ... G Geese, «ich . 7 G ... 8 Grapes, per lb. 1 0... 1 Greengages, per quart . 0 0 .... 0 Jam, per lb. 0 10... 1 Lard, common, per lb. . 0 G ... 0 : Lard, bogs', ditto.;. 0 0 ... 1 Lemons, per dozen. 4 0 .. 0 Mulberries, per quart. 1 0 ... 1 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... . 0 0 ... O Onions, per bunch . 0 0 ... 0 Potatoes, per lb. 0 2... 0 Parsley, per hunch . 0 0 ... 0 Peaches, per dozen. 1 0... 0 Peas, per peck. 2 0 ... 0 Pears, per dozon. 1 0 ... 1 Pine Apples eaeh...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The whaling barque Runnymede, which ar- rived yesterday, sailed from this port on tho luth Feb., 1857. On the 1st January last, during tho voyage of the Mousam to Auckland, the steward (John M'Arthur) jumped overboard, and although every exertion was mudo to save bim, ho was drowned. Tho whaler Lady Leigh carno into port on Friday lost, in consequence of the time for which her crow signed articles having expired. She reports the Isabella, with ono whale ; Maid of lîrin, ono whale; Highlander, ono whale; Eliza- beth Jane, with her second whale. A schooner was signalled o(T Brown's River last evening at sundown. As tho Eucalyptus was coming into port yes- terday morning, Bileran foul of the Lady Leigh smashing np one of the boats belonging to that vessel.

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 8th March, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

/ge GENERAL POST OFFICE. / r-mpr.1 P 1** Once, 0taeni^x M»rch, 1858. Ata M11X5 wOlDedo«a ^B 'O^Townas I ander: For London, vii So« and Ma «?*£<*. -P« ?Bmea,onWedneidayneit,atl2J0 V- o For London, vii Suez and Soatnai ^ do. do. , . do. do For Mediterranean Port», vu Saex, do . For India, China, Mauritius, and t, i Good Hope via Point de Galle, do. do. do. For Swan River, vii Melbourne, do do. « ? Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, per . va»eL this day, at 1 p.m. ,. For Melbourne per City of Hobart, ditto, i. s Sp. bl S. T- HlBDISGE, Postmaster. Mau« for Sydney and Adelaide are made to at this office, and forwarded via Mel- bourne, by every steam vessel departing from Hobart Town or Launceston. Imobtast Notice.-The French transit rate on letters for England, forwarded via M*r 2L, mort be prepaid in cash at the window of the Port Office at which they may be postea, M alto tbo Englüh postage on letters and news- paper! for Foreign parts, and for British Colo We» when forward...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

SUMMARY FOB ENGLAND THE Mercura Overland Summary for Europe by the Emeu will be published at 6 o'clock on Wednesday morning, the lOthinst. Orders for estra copies to be sent to our publishing office by the 9th inst. To our Country Subscribers. MR. JOHNC. MACMICHAEL having itarted on his country tour, our Country Subscribers and Advertising friends trill oblige by handing lum the amount of their respective accounts on application. JOHN DAVIE?. 12th Feb., 1858

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ABRIVED. March 6-Pilot, soliooner, 90 tons, Burke, from Launceston, 1st ¡list., with wheat. Agents -Maning Bros. March C-H. S. Page, barque, 228 tons, Spring, from Port Albert, 1st inst., «vith cattle and sheep. Passenger Mrs. Duncan, mail 1 package. Agents-Guesdon & Co. March 7-Eucalyptus, barque, 196 tons, Thomson, from Melbourne 28th ultimo, «vith cargo. Pa'sengers-Mrs Driver mid child, Mr Clifton, and 3 steerage. Agent-C. M. Mbx «voll. March 7-Runnymede, barque, 285 tons, Bayley, from whaling. Agent-the Master, March 7-Mousam, barque, 198 tons, M'Don ald, from Wangaroa (Now Zealand), with cargo. Passengers-Mr Nclms, Mr D. Mearon. Agent -H. Lipscombe. > March 7-Circassian, schooner, 105 tons, Lyons, from Launceston, 2nd instant, with cargo. Passenger, Mr. Woollet. OLEABED OUT. March C-Cloncoe, barque, 1G0 tons, White» for Pnrt Albert, in ballast. March 0-Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, Harrison, for Port Albert, in ballast. Ma...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Tue Sae, FbancisCO Minstkels -fie c Minstrel» liai e ami ed, and under tho raaaagc ment of Burbank and De-nercst » ill opea their entertainments nt the ineitre Ro_>ni this even nig nith a progra nineot performances, nlut.li will, if we mistake not, tike the public b\ stn - pris", and highly amuse bj their pa-uhurlr noiel and iccherehe clura-tei V striking tea ture ia a Corps de I) diet of Utbiopi ia dancers, nu which Burbank w ill shine as hereto ore, rivalled onlj by his coadjutor Dinierest, uhos-" danains: is most ovtraordmary supportel is thej muSI be by abl« artistes, this part of the perforiuwce mil beierj attract»e fue Umlesimeo.arc en tirelj non, and ot a leij superior inscription, bemg divested of all lulgan'y anti representing trutlifulli some ot the most striking characteris- tics of nigger life, and nigger onjoj meiits The sains, also, aie neu to ii», mid lmo been select- ed with taste aud judgment We »lull have to¡ w oleóme some ot our old acquai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

DAY of SAIE, THURSDAY, the lSlh March. 1 CLOGHREA ESTATE. VtfJaVe SeStiofi of Choice Lttid, m suit- able Blocks for the Industrial Classes or Capitalists. W. A. GUESDON & CO, Are favoured with instructions from John c l "öflneltan Balfe, Esq., M.H.A., to sell by public auction, at their Mart, Colllnt street, on THURSDAY, the 18th Match, , at 12 o'clock, -'. , tfiHAT judiciously selected PROPERTY ' |_ having a mile and three quarters' frontage on the main line of road from Port 0 s "Cygnet to Craddock, remarknbly rich soil, ~~-lcVe1, "alta* abundantly watered, and which will be Sold fn convenient lots, securing to each property a frontage on the main line of road and the Creek. This property from its very fertile cha riatn» it» temg well watered and frontage, oners peculiar advantages, a considerable portion ht on clearing leases, ii in culti- vation, and »inch moro can easily be put ,.7ÎO«m*lw the plough, «rlnle its easy access to jfkpA-ft affords a certain prospect of re -a...

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WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THE MUTINEERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

WHAT IS TO BB DO.Vc! Wii'rf THE MUTINEERS? Tlie Madras Athenäum acknowledges the following commuuicated article : - So sensible min has for a moment doubted the issue of the rebel contest, aud even where matters have been most unpromising, the only question has been one of time. Aud so the results in every instance have proved the sound- ness of the reasoning, the certainty of the conclusions. Tne fill ot D -lhi give the first great blow to the mutiny, and broke its neck. The petty struggles, which scarcely a day passed over, un- mistakably showed the superiority of the English soldier, and must have been ominously threatening; but the tssnultuni overthro.v were neeessiry as fini-ihiug strokes ; and when the ti ne for the assault was fully cone, on rush-d the eager troops, under immense disadvantages and a galling fire, to make short work of the deally struggle. Tne fill of Delhi must have poured thousands of recre mt Sepoys over the country, to repeat their murderous deeds. Means e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

THEATRE ROYAL. BURBANK AND DEMEREST'S SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS Consisting of a full and efficient CORPS DE BALLET, MOM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Will open the above Theatre on MONDAY EVENING, THE 8m MARCH, With one of their Grand UNIQUE ETHIOPIAN DRAWING ROOM ENTERTAINMENTS, Which have been received with marked appro- bation, by tho olitb of tho Metropolis of NEW SOUTH WALES and VICTORIA WITH ENTIBE NEW SONGS, DANCES, BURLESQUES, &c" &c. For Particulars of Performance see Bills of the day. N.B.-This Company will remain for SIX NIGHTS ONLY. 1144 CABINET AND I UPHOLSTERY WAREROOMS, No. C, Elizabeth Stheei. ESTABLISHED 1834 W. HAMILTON, IN RETURNING THANKS to his numerous Friends and tlie Public, for the very liberal support hitherto afforded him, begs respectfully to intimate his intention of RE-OPENING the above Business with tbc most extensive and varied STOCK in overy Department ever offered in Tasmania, the whole hav- ing been nurdi asea by himself within the la...

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INDIA. NORTH WEST PROVINCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

INDIA. NOHTII WEST PnOVIKCES. Eecekt Occüheexces at Meiiid Poort.-The following description of the recent occurrences at Mehidpoor, having been sent to me by a lady, who was an eye witness of nearly all she relates, I have the pleasure of forwarding to you, as it may perhaps be of interest to the friends of the Europeans who were so treacherously abandoned by the troops, and brutally murdered by the rebels at that station:-On Sunday morning, the 8th November, I got up as usual and took my walk in the garden, and round tlie paddock. It was a most lovely morning, and everything around was as quiet as possible. I had just returned to the Bungalow, about seven o'clock or a little after, when our servants rushed to the doors, and said there were " Hulla " in the lines. At the same time two Sowars came down from the Cavalry lines, and gave us the intelligence that the Wulaitees from Ooneal were upon us. These Were the rebels who had bean al- lowed to eicape from Dhar. \Ve had just time to...

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LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

LATEST EUROPE AS". PicruFiE of Lord Palmerston-, The following glimpse at the life of our Premier, even while taking his holidays at Broadlands, was given by .Mr. (J. Sturt, M.P., to'a select audience nf far- mers in Hampshire :-His lordship, like most hard workers, is, according tu this authority, an early riser. Leaving his couch at six, he remains at his desk un- til two. At that hour the veteran starts nfter the partridges; not.as his admirer tells us, for the sport, but merely for ne- cessary excrcl.-c. Otherwise so devoted is he, we are given to understand, to the affairs of State, that he would disdain to cast a thought on anything having even the appearance of recreation. But even in the " stubble" he is not allowed to forget that he is Minister, livery day, while he is out, two or three elec- tric inc.-sagcs, demanding instant atten- tion, are brought to him. Our First Lord is a man of decision. No protract- ed deliberation, no careful elaboration of roundab mt official phr...

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JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

JAVA. By way of Singapore we have papers from Java to the 26th of December, from which we gather the following in- telligence : The Courant contains a long narrative of the events which Iel to the dethrone- ment of the Sultan of Lingga by the Governor-General of the Netherland Indh, from which we learn that, after the Governor-General's manifesto notify- ing the dethronement of the ex-Sultan had been delivered to him at Singapor -, the resident ol' Riow repaired to Ling;;.! where he made known to the nobles uni people the decision of the Governor-Gen- eral, and th it it was necessary to elect a substitute for the Sultan according to the institutions of the kingdom Not only w is not a single voice raised in favour of the deposed prince, 'but a general thankfulness was manifested at being rid of him, and the chiefs declared that if the Government had not acted as it did, the people would s ion have been fn rebellion a^ain^t liitn.for not only was he utterly regardless of the affairs o...

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INSOLVENT COURT—WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) JONES V. WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

INSOLVENT COURT-Wedxesdat. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) JOÏTES v. WOODS. Mr. Macdowell for. plaintiff. Mr. Brewer for defendant. Tnis was an action for false imprison- ment. Mr. Macdowell stated plaintiff's ca*e, and said, fro n information given by de- fendant, plaintiff accompanied certain constables on the SSh February to the house of defendant, who, on seeing plain- tiff, charged him with robbing him on the 4th February at a public house in Hobart Town, and gave him into the oustody of the constable?, who hand- cuffed him and conveyed him to the watchhouse. On being brought before the magistrates next da}', plaintiff was discharged. George Jones, the pliintiff, deposed to being taken into custody at the in- stance of defendant. Cross-examine 1-Was not at Brown's public house oa the 4th February. Dil not know constable Farmer at New Town. Was at Cousins' public house on 4;h February,in the evening. Brown's h )U-e is distan» from Cousins' about one hundred yards. Mr. L. Reyno...

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THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. (From the Madras Athenaeum, Dec. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. (From the Madras Athenæum, Dec. 1.) The " war bred Sir Colin," as Charles Napier termed him, his been covering himself with glory. He has amply ful- filled the anticipations which in England   were aroused by his appointment, and has completely justified the confidence which, in Calcutta, would have invested him with the absolute dictatorship. The rapid progress of events towards their goal, when Sir Colin Campbell left the red tape, the minutes, and the obstruc- tions of a Supreme Council of civilians, to make his way towards the scene of action, will not soon be forgotten. A noble impatience seemed to urge his movements, similar to that which ani- mates a gallant war horse when, freed from stall and stable, he caracoles upon the plains. Energy, wisdom, and de- cision were expected from him, and energy, wisdom, and decision he has abundantly shown. The arrival of such a man as Sir Colin Campbell at Cawnpore was most oppor- tune. Generals Havelock...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 March 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, VTA TWOFOLD' BAY. THE T.S.N. <Vs STEAM.SHIP «.TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY wa TWO- FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR- DAY, 13th March, at noon. Ciiakles Tony, Manager T. S. N. Co Franklin Wharf, March 2, ÎS.'.S. "STEAM TO MELBOUBKE. THR T.S.N. Co.'» Steam Ship ^ '-CITY OP HOBART" J&g will loave ibv MEL. BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the lOfch March, 1858, at 3 o'clock ÜH.UU-E3 Toby, Manager, T. S. IS. Co. Franklin Wharf, Feb. 24, 1858. 828 For Geelong ".-j- T II E Favourite Schooner Ä&- JANE, dS^siSwin sail for the abov« port with im mcdiate"dispnteh. For Height or passage, apply to Maning, Brothers. New Wharf, March I, 1858. > ¡0j7 te >>'_ »_ Steam to Helhourae- - *** nillE powerful anti favourite iron steamer .L "QUEEN," J. B. Blackbourn, commander, will leave Launceston 1er Melbouinu on MON- DA V, the Sth March, at \ o'clock iii the afternoon. Passengers are leqncäted to book them- selves and pay their pnssogc money at the office of the un...

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