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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] FRIDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

THE MERCURY TPOBLISHED DULY.] FRIDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1858. Wa bare stated, on more than one occa- sion, that the Representatives of the people seem to entertain but a very in- adequate idea of the responsibilities which attach to the position they bare been placed in by the suffrages of their fellow-citizens. With the great ma- jority of those who hare been elected to ?eats in the Hoiue of Assembly a notioo ssems to be prevalent that the office tbey fill is one of honor only, and that it baa been created for the simple pur- pose of affording au opportunity to the people of evidencing the high estimation in which one of their number is held by them. He who entertains such opinions ai these can never efficiently discharge the duty imposed upon him. Such re- présentatives have no conception of the responsibility which this nnsought-for .ad, too often, undeserved confidence entails. The honor thus heaped upon themis received as a just tribute due to their position and importance ; as a tri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

BAT of SALE, THURSDAY, tbe 18th March. CLOGHBEA ESTATE. Valuable Section of Choice Land, in nut able Blocks for the Industrial Classes or Capitalist». ! W. A. GUESDON & CO, , ' Aw favoured with instructions from John Donellan Balfe, Esq , M H.A., to sell b\ , public auction, at their Mart, Collms «treet, on T HURSDAY, the 18th March, at 12 o'clock, ITIHATjuacioujly selected PROPERTY T having n mile and three qusrters' | frontage on the main line of road from Port Cygnet to Craddock, remarkably rich foil, ! level, and abundantly watered, and which will be «old in con\enient lots, securing to each property n frontage on the main line of ' road and the Creek This properly from its very fertile cha- racter, iii being well watered and frontage, offers peculiar advantages, a considerable portion let on clearing leases, ia in culti- vation, and much more can easily be put ander the plough, while its easy access to market affords a certain prospect of re- muneration for any outlay »...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

CAMPBELL TOWN. BURBANK & DEJIEREST'S SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS Will give one of their GRAND ETHIOPIAN ENTERTAINMENTS AT ENGLEBERT'S HOTEL, CAMPBELL TOWN, I On THURSDAY Evenms.M.irch 18th- ] CHAHLE3 TOBY. ' STOCK BROKER & COMMISSION AGENT. N. B.-Registry Books kept of Pro- pel lies for disposal. * Houses to Lut. Muichnndidu for Sale. Bank Stock and Shnres in Publie Companies, for transfer. ggf No charge mad« for Registry. \* Books opon from 9 to 5, daily. Franklin Wharf, Hobart Town February lit, 1868, J. ,. i , l Ki ,i 5^'wn f THEATRE ROYAL, a BURBANK AND DEMEREST'S SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS CORPS DE BALLET, FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Will open tho above Theatre ; For the FifJi T.me J THIS EVENING,' 12TK MARCH, With one of their Graud UNIQUE ETHIOPIAN DRAWING ROOM ENTERTAINMENTS, Which have been received u ilh marked appro- bation, by the elite of tho Metropolis of NEW SOUTH WALES and VICTOR IA - wran EKTIIIB SMEW SONGS, DANCES, BURLESQUES, Ac. «re. For Particula...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. AL E AND ROUTER [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

HOBART TOWN PRICE CUBKENT. AI.E ANIl rouTEn. Ale Bass's, per hhd ... 8 IO o lo 8 IS Allsnpp's, do ... 8 lo o to ti to Other Burton»do .... 7 O O to o o Byass,'* per dozen...... 0 11 0 to o 11 Allsoup's do. 0 1» li to o II Secoml-cl its brand», do 0 8 0 to 0 lo Porter, Taylor's per hhd C 5 0 to 15 lo Tnitrnn's, do. 3 0 0 to 5 lo Barclay's du un»alable 4 10 0 to o o Byass's qts per doz. OH 0 to o 11 Second-clabí brands, do 0 0 0 to o lo HliiCUlT Colonial cabin, per cwl..l G o to 1 lo Navy do, .-. 1 3 Ü to 1 ii English fancyjustd p lb... 0 1 0 to o 1 HOOTs AND suons Well assorted seasonable invoices^SO to 25 p.c. adv. o o o to o O Do tlaMic sides,do....... O o otoo o Ladies' boots do,do.o o Otoo o Girls'and Children's,ilo... o o o to o o Men's watcrtlghts unsable o o o to o O Do. Ince-ups and bluchers (unsaleable).O O O to o O UUII.UINO MATRIIIAI.S Bricks colonial, psr m 1 lo o to>l 15 Fire. 5 o o to o O Slates, I luches«'per m ...10 o o to o o Countess' do .14 0 O to 0 0 Lidio' do ...

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THE SEATS OF INSURRECTION. (From the United Service Magazine) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

THE SEATS OF INSURRECTION. (From the United Service Magazine) , Public apprehension is now allayed as to the ultimate result of the troubles in India. Delhi has been captured, and Lucknow relieved, without additional reinforcements from england. Suppres- sing the sob of sorrow for the fallen brave, we must look with pride upon (he little warrior band whose steadiness aud whose daring present one of the brightest examples that history as yet re- corded of British valor. Á time of suspense and expectation is not the most proper for retrospective inquiry or for future project», Tbere it a work in band which must be accomplished, and until thal be done letlis be silent both as to the past and faturc It was a maxim with the Romans never to enter into treaty with an invader un»il the hostile troops were withdrawn from the Roman terrttorv, and so with ns, until the enemy oc «ubi igatcd we CID have no leisure tor discussion. India once more our«, we shall I now how to gov ern h»r Brahmins a...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

VICTORIA. We aro in receipt of our. files from Melbourne to the 9 h. The Now Ministry were sworn in on the 9th. The following gentlemen oompoieit:-7 t ___ Mr. O'shanassy, Premier and Chief Secretary. M r. Harker, Treasurer. Mr. Clmpma n, Attorney-Gcnerab Mr. Ireland, Solicitor-General. Mr. Duffy, C ommutioncr of Lands and Works. Mr. Miller, Co n missbner of Trade and Customs. Dr. Evans, Poîtra aster-General. A large meo ting had been held hy torchlight to discuss the Ministerial Crisis. The 'Herald' says : - The speakers were not prepared to place anbonnaeil confidence in tbe now nion,prcfering to wait, and judge thom according; to their action«. TASMANIA OFTDON'I:.-Bat for the inter- ference of a busy policeman, Queen-street would hnvo been the theatre of a duello yes- terday afternoon, and-no very unusual circum- stance-a lady wies the apple of discard, for which two men were about to do their best to blow each others brains out. Their names are Charles Jackson, a West Indian ¡ an...

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THE LATE MURDER. THIRD DAYS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

THE LATE MURDER. THIRD DAYS INQUEST. Yesterday the inquiry into the death of William Souch, was resumed at the Gordon Castle, Argyle Street, before A. B. Jones Esq., Coroner. Dr Benson deposed : On the morning     of Sunday last I was sent for to the watch-house at Hobart Town, and on going there, I saw the woman Pocock   now present, she had a clean cut wound on the right side of her forehead, about   an inch and a half in length, but super- ficial, and in my opinion had been pro- duced by some sharp cutting instrument., or it may have been produced by a fall on some short angular substance. I think   the wound must have been inflicted within twelve hours, my own belief is that the wound was not done by a fall, as there was no contusion around it. Tue woman's hair was much clotted with" blood, and the scalp covered with it. I found no other wound upon her person. I did not find any blood any where else except upon her...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 12 March 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, ' VIA TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co's STEAM.SHIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR- DAY, 13fch March, at noon. CUARTOS TOUT, Manager T. S. N. Co March 2, Í8S8. Franklin Wharf, Black Eail line of British and Australian Packets FOR LIVERPOOL, forwarding Passen- ger.', Gold, mid Wool lo London, the celebrated clipper ship, "SHOOTING STAR," 1375 toni register, from Ilobson's Bay, on or about Tuesday, Gili Amil, 1S5S. 1 he superior s liling qualities of this splen- did clipper are too well known to rrqnhe le feirwg to in nu advertisement, and her »c« cominndatioiii for nil clashes of pns'encrr* .re not surpassed by any hliip on the herth. The second eln^s accommodation» are in the poop,nnd nie most comfortably arranged. - ïhis elim i" supplied with a good table, mid stewards' attendance. The intermediate passengers receive a liberal supply of the best provisions. Wool.-'1 he " Shooting Mat " is now ready to receive shipments intended fur t...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Vheat continues at 7s. Gd. to 7s. 9d. bushel with but little doing to-day. bnial oats are in good demand with upward tendency ; a few Miles were ted to-day at 7s. for best samples. eign oats aro still quoted at 5s to Gd. Capo Barley is hcarce ! fetches from O'.-i. Cid to 7s 3d. irding to sample. English barley very generally quoted to-day at Ss Is Gd per bushel. The market is supplied with hay, especially coun pressid hay, which comes in very fly i and ranges from ,£G to £7 10s ton according to quality ; the hy alie pressed is in rather better demand [?hipmenti nnd realizes d38 10s to £9. itoes havo experienced no change, ?gb. still scarce, £10 to £12 per ton g the ruling quotations. Onions 1 maintain recent pi ices, £18 lo £20 ton. flour there was a little more doing; to-day at the reduced rates, £17 to £19 per ton according to quantity. Bran still realizes 2s 3d to 2s 6d per bushbl, and sharps continuo at £10 to £12 per j ton. I

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

|GEN GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. A. KKOVVINO BEGOAU,-A. bccgnr posted nsell'at the door of tho Chancery Court, mid pt saying : " A penny piense. Sir ! Only one wy, "sir, before you go in !" " And why, 'man ?" inquired nu old country gentleman ; bcause Sir, the chances nro, ynn will not ro ono when you come out," was the beggar's ly. I DISINTERESTED DESIRE.-" I wish you I been Eve," said an urchin to a woman who (proverbial for her meanness. " Why so ?" ¿causo you would havo eaten nil the apple, ¡ead of dividing it with Adam." i'QTOsr.-Yesterday an inquest was held nt Gordon Castle, Argylo-streefc, befire A.H iès,Ksq,on view of the body of Emily Oranger, infant aged 1 year. It appeared that the eats of the deceased resided nfc Flower 'Pot f, and the child having been unwell fur some i, in consequence of deiiMtion.hcr mother vas ing her to town in the Cullodon ¡steamer for teil advice. When tlio Culloden was off «dy Island the child died. A po-i mortem ¡nutation of the body disclosed the ta...

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THE SWINDLER MIRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

THE SWINDLBR MIRANDA. Inspector Singleton has communicated to the Sydney Mbrniny Herald the fol- lowing narrative of his pursuit of the swindler Miranda :-Leaving Sydney J on Tuesday, February 9th, by the steam-1 ship London, the inspector arrived at j Melbourne on the Friday morning, and took up his position at Hockin's Hotel, | where be engaged tbo apartmenti wbiob j had been occupied by Miranda. His first object had been accomplished in tracing his man hither, and he had now to follow up his track. He found that Miranda left Hockin's Hotel on the 29ih December, taking with him his luáaaSe> atl<it remaining there eleven days ; and to the butler he had stated, ¡x1 the time of leaving, that he was about to proceed to Ballaarat to purchase gold. Mr. Singleton traced him to McGower's buokiiig-ofiice, where, by a payment of thirty shillings, he bud secured the conveyance of himself and irups by waggon to Ballaarat next day, the 30th. Hie portmanteaus and tho heavy box, pe...

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OPENING OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH TO GEORGE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

OPENING. OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH TO GEORGE TOWN. YESTEP.DAT the Electric Telegraph to George Town was opened by the In- spector of Telegraphs, W. H. Butcher, Esq., transmitting a messige to Hobart Town to the Hon. the Colonial Trea- surer, that the line was opened. This message was received at I. 30. p.m. The Telegraph works most admirably and fully answers every expectation formed concerning it. At 4. 30. p.m. the following message was received from the Inspector of Telegraphs. George Town, 4. 30. p.rn, Friday. The wind ¡s îî.R. It is a most beautiful day. I There aro no vessels in sight. A great number of tbe citizens of G/eorgo Town were present to witness the opening of the Telegraph. When it is considered that for sis weeks, owing to the atmosphere being charged with smoko from the prevalence of hush fires, the communication from George Town to Lauuceston, by the semaphore, was entirely suspended, and that steamers and other vessels bearing important intelligence often arrive...

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CASTE IN INDIA. (From the Patriot.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

CASTE IN INDIA. (From the Patriot.) Exclusion from caste may take place for very slight offences against its laws, especially if there be au ill-feeling against n man, but, in such cases, the loss may be repaired. Some instances of this kind are relnted by the Abbe Dubois, from whose interesting work (now out of print) we have principally drawn our observations on caste, about which he had perfect knowledge, inas- much aa he lived among the Hindoos as a Brahmin, and was honoured by them as such. He says that he knew of some Brahmins in his neighbourhood who were convicted of eating at a public entertainment with a Sudra who had disguised himself as a Brahmin, for which unwilling offence they were all ejected, and could only reyaiu admis- sion into their, caste by undergoing a great many purifying processes, at once troublesome and expensive. In another tribe, it happened that the preliminaries of a marriage wore entered into between a young man and girl ; the usual presents wera giv...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Our Adelaide contemporaries are un- usually barren of interest. We cull the following items from the journals just come to hand. TELEGBAPIHC CosisiuxiCATros! - WV aro happy-to learn that the telegra- phic line lias been completed from Guichen Baj'to the Victorian border, and that there is every probability by the middle of April next of the whole line being completed. The delay in the construction of the line from Goolwa to Guichen Ba)' has, we are informed, irisan from the want of available tim jer for posts, and also in consequence of it being found necessary to cut through a thick scrub.- Times. In replying to the supercilious tone of the Argus with regard to the superior idv.mtages offered to laboring men in Melbourue as compared with the other colonies, a party just returned to Ade- laide from Melbourne, gives the follow- ing graphie contradiction in a letter to the Adelaide Times : The first point I shall allude to is that if labour for the immigrant, und here...

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LORD BROUGHAM ON SOCIAL SCIENCE. (From the Patriot.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

LORD BROrjGHA.il ON SOU!AL SCIENCE. (From the Patriot.) "Ecce Cnsptnus ttei um ' ' Behold his loi dallip again, engaged in his fa- vourite cause of the impiovement of the people-a cause in which the British public, is they owe him mueh, are glad ..o welcome lum to Ins cho=en sphere of successful enterprise Lorl Brougham may sa), with the ancient friend of tht Rjraan oiator, "I havo nothing whereof to accuse ol 1 a3e," (Cicero de Senectute,) foi lus (acuities appear as fresh, and his st) It is as vigorous as if In. was ilw ij s lenewmg his mighty jouth Not to lo e an opportunity, ive fi id him in his iv i) home from C innes, reidmg a sci- entific paper in Trench before the sa vans of PJUS SOUI ifter he was at the ihtffield Institute, lctming the youn¿ Dnghndeis then. Within th» last oitmght he has been at Bumingham with his iccustomed eloquence and power, inaugurating, as the phi ase is, a new institution, entitled the National ¡Vsaocia ion for the Promotion of Soci ii ¡science, a* o...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 13th March, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 13th March, 1858. /KIP MAILS will be closed at Hobart Town as auder i Adelaide and Sydney, via Melbourne, per first vessel, this dsy, at C p.m. For Melbourne, via Launceston, per Black Swan, do. at 6.30 p.m. S. T. HAEDISGE, Postmaster. Mails for Sydney and Adelaide are made np at tbis office, and forwarded via Mel- bourne, by every steam vessel departing from Hobart Town or Launceston. IMSOBTASX NOTICE.-The French transit rate on letters for England, forwarded via Mar- seilles, must bo prepaid in cash at the window of the Post Office at which they may be posted, as also the English postage on letters and news papen for Foreign parts, and for British Colo- nies when forwarded throagh England.

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, MARCH 13TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

THE MERCURY rPTTBUailJED DAILY.] SATURDAY, MAUCH 13ra, 1858. THE principle upon which Public Nom- ination» were established was a sound «ne, nor do we think that it ought to bo abandoned merely because the practical niode of recognising its justice has ,'' proved mischievous. Although, how- ever, public nominations have been abolished the responsibility of Repre- sentatives has not been abolished. The Electors have the same indefeasible right to bear the sentiments of those who eeek or who havo obtained their suffra- ge« as they ever had. The same power of questioning them up-m the promi- nent and important political topics of the day remains vested in thom and is as indestructible and as immutable as ever. It would be a fatal mistake for any Eepresontativo to supposo that, because ho has been screened from the . annoyances of the hustings, he has been i relieved, also, from his accountability to his constituent?, or that they have been . denuded of their right to question him. His ...

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CLARENCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

CLARENCE ELECTION. THE election of a Member to serve in the House of Assembly for the Electoral District of Clarence in the room and stead of EDWARD ABBOTT Esquire, who has vacated his seat by accepting a pension, is to be a contested one. MR. ABBOTT has presented himself, as we   imagined he would do, for re-election,   but there are many persons which, we doubt not, will operate strongly with the Electors against placing the guar- dianship of their rights in the hands of this gentleman. We do not wish to say one unkind or ungenerous word regarding MR. ABBOTT.   There are many reasons why we should have felt disposed to allow this election to proceed without a single remark upon it did not such a course involve a dere-   liction of duty. The peculiar circum-     stances in which that gentleman stands his known personal antagonism to the       government arising out o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

DAY of SALE, THURSDAY, tho 18th March. j CLOOHREA ESTATE. Valuable Section of Choice Land, in suit- able Blocks for the Industriel Classes or Capitaliste. W. A. GUESDON Si CO, Are favoured with instructions from John DorelUn Balfe, Erq., M.H.A., to sell by public auction, at their Mart, Collins street, on THURSDAY, the 18th March, nt 12 o'clock, THAT judiciously selected PROPERTY having a mile and three quarters' frontage on the main line of road from 1'ort Cygnet to Craddock, remarkably rich soil, level, and abundantly watered, and which will be sold in convenicht lots, securing to each property a frontage on the main line of road and the Creek. This properly from its very fertile cha- racter, its being well watered and frontage, öfters peculiar advantages, a considerable, portion l(t on clearing lease«, is in culti-. vation, and much more can easily be put | under the plough, while its easy accers to, market affords a certain prospect of re- muneration for any outlay of capital Th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

1 COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ADELAIDE. \ correspondent of thel/îeiiij/er gives the following account of the Inte harvest which we reprint, as allowing the views of one on the spot :- . The crops lind every appearance of yield- ing a full average, or more, until the wheat lind nearly arrived nt maturity, when it became apparent that a great portion was nijreorle«s «ffected with the nut, and, in many iusianees, the disease was so virulent, as to destroy the crops entirely ; some «ere not even reaped ns not being worth the expense, and very few indeed answering tho expectations formed of them. The hot winds also did much mischief. Judging, therefore, from what has come under my observation, from the information gathered from the fanners, mid "from the quantity destroyed hy tho late fire, I tlo not think the average will exceed 10 bushels per acre. Of this, loo. a great proportion is of very in'erior quality, the weight per impe- rial bushel being 4lbs. to 6 Iii?, below the usual average....

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