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BREACH OF FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
breach of FM ra. Tun .following ore the 2nd, 3rd, und-Ith paingrnphi of the lleport of the Joint Com- mittee appointed by the Houses of our Legislature to prepare a Memorial to the Home Government, regarding the claims which this Colony bus upon the Mother Country, arising out of a bre-.ch uf faith on her part with this Colony, in having ¡uij o.ted hillier, after the cessation uf transportation, a large number of Imperial Convicts from Norfolk Island, thus indicting ti grievous moral wrong upon Tasmania, as well as en- tailing upon har a heavy pecuniary loss: 2. That tho liriti li Government hiving solemnly undertaken to bear twj thirds of theie expenses, and having only paid a fixed sum or" ¿£23,ÜÜ0 per iinitum from the 1st April, 1-JB, to tho 1st April, 1851-, reduced during tim pre ont yenr, expiring 1st April, 18.58, to £CUIia, und from that dato finally to cease, now owes this colony for this breach of contract tho su.n of £ 103,201, irrespectivo of all other claims. , 3. That ...
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
THE MONTH. The principal political event of the past mouth, has been the prorogation of Parlia- ment! which event took place on the 24th nf Fobrtury. This closed the second fcuion of the Parliament of Tasmania, a session which, for the amount of vain ihle legisla- tion jisrfonned, will long bo rir.i-'-.n.bpred. \mongst the various Acts which have become law, there ae some, which, we believe, will prove of incalculable and of listing benefit. The amount of legislation, unprecedented as that amount has been for any one sesiiuii, is fully equ tiled hy its value andbv til» nngnitii le of tim interests which will lie affected by it. Of the W ute Lands Acts we havn given a-i uu'.line in another column ; and to that on-.liu^', we again solicit the earnest attention of our readers in England. The importance of these measure* it is impossible to "wr-estimite. One great feature in the legislation of the Session, has been the extension of the power of those of our Municipal Institutions which ...
PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
PUlUilO SOíiqOLS OP HOBAltl' TOWN, Pei.h ips thor h i\o eotmt,y m the « ni I, not n\ceptt g cien Ihi^laiil uni Pin-, li tint pas salts h( uiinj tduatioiil us ibl Vi njits us latani ill ni piMpuition to its pjpiilition Foi the last ten jen , espoi i illy, di 1111,101 tinco ot education has boen duly es muted litre, 1 Inch issliownnt only by the luge sans ann ni ¡ \uttd hy tho Legslttno for edu atioinl »41. poses, but still 111010 bv tho timnbei, o,t j,ih ite Schools seitt rod throug unit tho colon,wh eli line been toi\]i\ctt\ 1 with mufi m ?smce^s both ii.-, to ijeuei.il and ft uineiii results Visitois to [ Hob itt io \n mu im nimbly struck uitli tlie ia tr tor hum ilv 1 irgu number of *>Ui jol-, til it abound 111 all pirti ot fit ton 11 ÜLsldes tho ímj'aJs not te v in iiumho -un 1er the co ill j1 ot tho Hoard of I'tlut ition, tl(s>rn ¡^i o seven lingo pn \ uto est iblisliniei ts, 111 ndshticji t > ss\ eiul otlieis with i', moro o,r k¡js litnittd number ot pupils Standing ap...
THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
THE MERCURY rrrjBLISlIXD »ATÎ.Y.1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH lOnt. 1858. Bespossible Government, since its in- troduction into the Colonies, has not only been successful in its practical operation, but it has endorsed and gua- ranteed the triumph of a great political principle-a principle which, we trust, experience will induce the British Par- liament to rccognuc in all its future legislation for England's Colonial pos- sessions. Responsible Government has dealt a heavy blow to disloyalty and disaffection ; it has hushed the distant mutterings of revolt ; it has turned fie sharp Teproaclies of the discontented political charlatan from the Crown to 1 local representatives ; and, it has swept away the foundation upon which alone the pillars of treason could have been based. The small aunoyances and vexations iiecc-sarily arising from the dashing of party interests in a scramble for power and pay will soon die out. The people will learn to discriminate between the empty pomposity and nobhingucs...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. COMMISSARIAT WHARF. Barques—Harrowby, H S Page. FRANKLIN WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
VESSELS IN lIAiinOUlt. COUJIISS VIU.IT WIIAUt?, Barques-Harrow by, II S Page. FnAMKr.w W11 VHP. Steamers-City ol' Hobart, Venus, Cobre. Ship-Hoviinion. Barques-Mo-isam, Eucalyptus. Sthooncts-Sword Midi, Briton's Queen. NEW WIl.MtV. Ships-Au-ora Australis, Heather Bell. Barques- ?et, Southern Cross, Bainiiyincde, Lady Emin i, Nautilus. CONSTITUTION DOOK. Brig-.-William Hill, Dart. Schooners-Bobillos, Pilot, Jane, Picard, Fl/mg Fish, Circassian. IS STIIEAM. Steamers-William Miskin, Duncan Hoyle. Ship-Menkar, lirig -Union . Schooners-.Latly Leigh. Franklin, Village Belle, Marlposi. ARIUVRD. March Í)-Franklin, schooner, P9 lons, Holt, from New Lnudo-i, U. 8., 9th October, 18J7, with wielling storas. Agent, the Master. March 0-Dart, brig, 181- toas. Hansom, frjin Gcelo-'g, '¿U'.i ultimo, with 22) sheep, I'll) balloo): biles n-id sun! ii-s-5 ot.or.iga pas- sengers. Agent, the Master. Miirch 0-Emma, barque, 403 tans, Freeman, from London. November Cal, 1857, with cn-go, mail, 2 bags, 1 par...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. pour of hobart tow* Arrivals and Departures during the month of February, 1H5S. ATUUVED. Fob 1-Lady E-nma, barque, 231 tons, whal- ing. ' Feb 2-Harritt Na thin, barque, 127 tons, -Melbourne, ¿l.uy Ann, schooner, 110 tons, Port Aloert. Cosmopolite, brig, 1*5 tons, Wel- bourne. Eucilyptus, barque, 19(> tons, Mel boa rae. Feb 3 - Swordfish, schooner, 167 tons, Melbourne. Keb (i-T.isiiania. (s), 285 tons, Sydney. Feb 7-City ol' Hobart, 8b,i tons, Melbourne. Fob 10-Glencoe, barque, lol) tons, 1 ort J Albert. Fcb 11-Fr-e Ti ader, barque, 208 tons, New Iti\er, Ne* Zealand. Feb 12-Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, Port Albeit. Mariposa, schooner, 191 tons, Port Albert. Fch 13 -Tamar, schooner, III tons, New- castle, N. S. W. Notth Star, brig, 122 tons, Melbourne. Feb I!)-City of Hobirt (s), 3(13 tons, Melbourne. Hargraves, schooner, 170 tons, Newcastle, N. S. W. freak, schooner, 91 tons, Melbourne. Feb 20 -Tyne, schooner, !)1 tons, Melbourne. Corsair, schooner, 13-t t...
THE WASTE LANDS OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
THE WASTE LANDS OF TASMANIA. The Waste Lands Act, after a very stormy passage through the Upper House, after Having siru.'l: on ii roof which threatened inevitable shipwreck-, bad, through its ur.-a inherent strength, und not through any lull in the bois- terous clements by which it was nssailed.nrrivud safely in port,and that, too, without having sus- tained much da.nage, just as we were irukiug np our last Summary foi- England. To glance hurriedly mid imperfectly at its main provisions» and to hint at its advantuges.advantagas which, we liesitate not to say, nro very fir in advance of those held out by the Land Sahorno of any other Colony, was all that the time permitted iii to accomplish. We return to the subject, therefore, in our prévint Summary ; and we'do so in the expectation, and with the desire, that the provisions of the Acts foi- alienating our Waste and Unsettled Linds may be widely pro- mulgated. The inducements held oat by these Acts arc so great, and so manifest, tha...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 10 March 1858
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ATTEMPTED Suicide.-Yesterday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, a young woman named Sarah Gordon, residing at No. 53, Davey-street, and who was confined in the cell at the Police office, on a charge of stealing a pair of child's shoes, attempted suicide by cutting her throat with a dinner-knife. She was conveyed to the Colonial Hospital, where assistance was promptly ren dered : the wound is not very dangerous, as none of the large vessals are divided. &nbsp; &nbsp; Faukwj-.m. Sativos*. - Tho Ilevcrend Mr. Ileny.lcy, formerly of Green Ponds, but now of Sydney, will preach ii farewell Sermón at the lii-iibaue-sti-eefc Chapel this evening, prior to his departure from the Colony. lNSor.vr.NT CouMi.-Tue following cases will bo beat d before the Commissioner this-dny : Philip Hurt, adjourned first general meeting, mid for discharge ; George lie.\, adjourned liml general meeting ; Hubert aii-lincr ja icliolls, nd | journod fiist meeting; William Bailey, firs...
ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMEN f. The Black Swan entered the Heads at Geurge Town ut 5 o'clock p,m. yesterday buying left Melbourne on Tuesday. Up lo the time of her leaving there was no nppenr ance of the Em opean with the English Mails. How much longer will the co'oiiies ¡?ttbiiiit to tiiese monthly disappointments ? 'I'he effect upon the commercial interests of thu colonies is most mischievous, and we (rust the Emeu will carry with her a attona remonstrance against the continuance of a system which from Its very commence ment has been one of lost and disaster.
GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
GARDEN AND DAIRY PßODlTCE. 1ÎETAII. PaiCES. 8. d. s. Apples, per peek. 1 li ... 2 Heans, French, per quart. 0 0... 0 Butter, fresh, pur lb. i! 4¡ ... 2 Butter, potted, .per lb. 1 ii... 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0 ... 1 Bacon, creen, ditto. 0 0 ... 1 Cabbages, each . 0 4 ... 0 Carrots, per dozen bunches... 0 0 ... 2 Celery, per stick.. 0 8... 1 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 G ... 1 Cheese, English, (best) ditto. 1 G ... 1 Cucumbers, each . 1 0 ... 3 Ducks, couplo . ti 0 ... 7 Eggs, per dozen . 0 0 ... 2 Fowls, per couplo. 5 0... G Geese, each . 7 6 ... 8 Grapes, per lb. 1 0... 1 Greengages, per quart . 0 0 ... 0 .ram, per lb.... 0 10... 1 Lard, common, per lb. 0 G ... 0 : Lard, hogs', ditto. 0 0 ... 1 Lemons, per dozen. 4¡ 0 .. 0 Mulberries, per qanrt. 1 &lt;. ... 1 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... 0 0 ... 0 Onions, per bunch . 0 0... 0 Potatoes, per lb. 0 2... 0 Parsley, per bunch . 0 0... 0 Peaches, per dozen. 1 0 ... 1 Peas, per peck. 2 0... 0 Pears, per dozen. 1 0 ... 1 Pine A...
OUR DEBENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
OUR DEBENTURES. It will he gratifying to those who wish well to Tasmania to leam that upwards of £50,000 worth of Debentures has been tendered fur in answer to" the Colonial Trea- surer's notice. Snine portion of this sum has-been tendered for at pur, and for some portion a quarter per cent, premium has been offered. This fully estiiblUhea the growing confidence of our capitalists in the sound.und healthy condition of our financial affairs, and in the judgment and integrity of thuse to whose bunds the Administration of those a d', iii's lins been coulidcd. Only a short time uga our Debentures were selling ns low us 921; mid now they ure nt a pre- mium. This simple fuct speaks volumes.
CLARENCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
CLARENCE ELECTION. Considerable dissatisfaction is now being felt at tlio operation of the 56th Clause of the Electoral Act, which abolishes the practice of publishing in the Public Journals the reception by the Returning Ollicer ol' the Writ for the nomination of Candidates. The abolition oí this» practice cannot fail to cause considerable inconvenience, espe- cially as it is not generally known that, bj' the New Act, it is not incumbent upon the Returning Officer to do so. Provision is made in the Act, and it is rendered imperative upon the Returning OlBcer to give "Public Notice" of the re- ception ol' the writ within four days af'cer he has received it, and to state the days of nomination, and the day of polling, should there be a contested elec- tion. These words, however, have been construed to mean the placing of a paper, notifying these facts, on the door of the Police Office in the District in which any election is absut to take place, and this lias been done by Mu. T-VIILE...
THE DEBT UPON ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
THE DEBT UPON ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. On Sunday afternoon a large meet- ing was held by the community attend- ing St. Joseph's Church, to devise means for defraying the debt that mains on that building, when the Bishop read the following address, which will explain the actual state of things, and, no doubt, produce the effect that is de- sired. TO; THB CATHOLICS OF HOUAR.T TOWN, AND ITS VICINITY. Bni.ovBn OF OUR Loan,-You are too well aware, unhappily, that some ciue&lt;rions regarding temporal matters belonging toSt. Joseph» Church have long delayed a final settlement At length, however, every obstacle lias been 1 removed. The land on which the Church and other buildings stand, lias been duly conveyed, by grant f.oai the Crown, to tho Truste« elect- ed by yon in December la^t. To eiltet this desirable settlement I have, relying on your faith, your zeal, and generosity, made myself personally responsible for Fifteen Hundred Pouiids(£lfiÖ()),iuid £43lSn.6iI.cxpc.i ses in obtaini...
GENEBAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
"GENEBAL INTELLIGENT E." Finn UiiiOADE.-.Vliiijst every oceurrenea of a ore in our city nloivs the necessity ? f horne regularly organ zed force to tiiporiiitend mid regulate llio requisito operations,, and the pi m suggested in ii recent ¡3311c, il properly earned out, would unquestionably prove greatly bune fleial to tho puolic Tim necessity ot'saàio pro- per arrangement in this respect w ia proved by «a incident, which ocourred at tho lire in Livor., pool-street, wuea MrJ Swain placed the director cf lus cngini aero« the hose of Mr, Hcdberg'B ; I this caused nn altercation, winch resulted in a topious discharge of water by Mr. Hedberg on lho person ot Mr Swim, who laid an informa non I >- tha as» »ult, but \ cry » nely n ithdrow t lins ciron nstanco trifling n* »t may appear, s ettreneh aignihcmt in fiiinn of a properlj >rgim¿e¿ p'in of sup"rvi5ion ml dueetion, fer it is |iejf"Ul\ evident, t mt bad «u li c-asted this coihelcnpi would nit hive happened \\ o einnor, it it tru...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Not much Ins been doiug in the grain mulct todi> an 1 puces hau undcigone no alteration W hear is still quoted at 7s 6d to "¡> 9d pel bushel, th best samples Colom il o its aie scarce and îeahse fiom 6s Id to G 9d, accoid nig to sample Foi igu oats iii, dull if | sall at 5s to 5s 6d C ipi barley is in dimand, and litches fiom os 6d to 7« 3d pei bu«hel English barlev comes | in veiy slowly indi» much inquired loi Ss to 8s Cd pei bushel m the ruling | quotations Hay comes in very fieilv, and the demand is tnodei ate , loose and j countrv pies»ed hij ranges fiom £6 to £7 10s pei ton accoiding oqualitj, a d lvjdiduhc pu si 1 fiom £8 10» to £9 Pofcitocs ne seal ce and ni deni md, but pnces íemiin at £10 to £12 pel ton accoiding to simple Onions continue | at £ 18 to £20, md meet with much enquii3 Vu j little i> at piesent doing in the floui mallet, but pucis have «lightlj decline 1 in consequence of ii cent mi poilations riour fiom t...
LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
LAUNCESTON. The Examiner has announced its in- tention of issuing a monthly summary for transmission by each mail to England. This is as it should be. There need be no lear of Tasmania's ultimate prospe- rity if the press proves true to her. Trie SUPPOSED Munmin ,AÏ GüonOH Tow.s-.--Wu hear that saino chu has lx-uu un- turned to the mysterious losi ol' Phipp«'tho boatman, mid nlsj tho equally cxUtiurdinnry dkippearaueo of a ni ni tom' years ugo nt (ieorge To.vn. ltiiijrose, tlia sliooiniker, to whomsu^iieiou is ¡mid to point in both cases, reiiiaiiu in custody.-lixumiixi: XUE lxspEcwit or I'JLIJJ.- dr. Koiter is nguiu on ii visit ol' inspjutioa hore. Wu hour he 1ms dismissed Chief Uistrla: Comublj liv.nn nt Westbury for n broun of tim i\j.rulatb'n. Mr Foster has ntso boen to George 1'oivii.-Ibid.
THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, MARCH 11TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 11 March 1858
THE MERCURY rrUULISHED DAILY.! THURSDAY, MARCH lira, 1858. TUE approaching visit of Sin HESBY YOTJSO to England could not have occurred at a time when his presence in Downing-street is calculated to prove moro beneficial for the Colony. It is not considered complimentary to say of #ny gentleman that his absence is desi- rable ; that we prefer having his room to his company ; although, in the pre .eut instance, there is a sense in which it may he truly stated that the visit of His ExcEtiiiEXor to England is likely to prove of incalculably greater adv.in tage to Tasmania than his residence amongst us for the ensuing twelve months, could possibly prove. Wo have no reason to doubt but that SIB HEXBY YOUNO will carry with him to England the same solicitude for the welfare of the colony he governs as that which he feels whilst ho is amontrst us. We do not place any faith in, the doctrine which represents absence as an aug- menter of affection. We arc told that "abseuco makes the heart gro...