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

THE MIXSTliKLS. We would again remind our readers that to-day will afford them the last opportunity they will have of hearing the harmony or of witnessing the won- derful abilities of the San Francisco Minstrel?. To those who have seen them once it is unnecessary to do more than to make the announcement ; there is but little fear of their allowing the last opportunity to slip past them unim- proved. We are really desirous tha this Company should not be allowed to depart unappreciated. By a reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that two per- formances are to be given in the Theatre Koyal to-day-a morning and an evening entertainment. We know that there are many who cannot make it conveni- ent to attend in the evening ; and we are glad, therefore, that an opportunity will be afforded them of witnessing this t dented Company at an earlier hour. Wo trust that Messrs. Burbank and Demerest will be rewarded with bumper house for the consideration thus shewn for those who fee...

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

-.' STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.S.N. Co's STEAMSHIP "XASIAKI A" Will lenve for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, on or about WEDNES DAY, 13tli Mardi, at noon. CHAUT/ES TOBY, Manager T. S. N. Co Mardi 2, 1858. Franklin Wharf, STEAM TO MELBOURNE. I THF. T.S.N. Co,'» Steam Ship "CITY OP HOBART" will leave for MEL BOUItSTE on WEDNESDAY, the 24th March, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CHAIU.ES TOBT, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 12, 185S. 1220 Black Ball Line of British and Australian Packets T^OU LIVERPOOL, forwarding Passen f" ger?, Gold, mid Wool to London, tlio celehratpd clipper ship, "SHOOTING STAR," 1375 tons register, fiom Hobson's Bay, on or nl>out Tuesday, Gili April, 1853. The superior sailing qualities of Ibis splen- did elippar aro too well known to require re- ferring to in nu advertisement, and her ac« commodations for all classes of passengers »te not surpassed by any ship on the berth. The second class accommodations are in the poop.and are most comfortably arra...

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THE TRADE OF INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

THE TRADE OF INSOLVENCY. IirsoiTENcr has now become a trade, a limited one it is true, and, consequently, one in which, like all other limited pro- fessions, there is boundless theft. The trade too is a' thriving one, for we find men who have once entered into the speculation, recurring to it again with manifest satisfaction. There eau be no question about one thing, that a mau whobasbeenthroughthelnsolventCourt is a much richer man than he was before. Insolvency makes no difference in his worldly prospects so far as we may judge from external appearances. His business goes on in the same way, there is the same amount of apparent prosperity, the same smirk of self-satis- fied approval. We see no anxiety in the eye of the Insolvent, no regret that his spéculations have entailed loss upon others, 90 shame at his inability to pay his just and righteous debts. And this is the worst feature of the whole matter. If a feeling of humiliation, we will nob say degradation, be once dissevered ...

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

THEATRE ROYAL. BURBANK AND DEMEREST'S SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS CORPS DE BALLET, FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Will open the above Theatre For the Sixth Time THIS EVENING, 13th MARCH, With one of their Grand UNIQUE ETHIOPIAN DRAWING ROOM ENTERTAINMENTS, Which have been received with marked appro- bation, by the elite of the Metropolis of NEW SOUTH WALES and VICTORIA, WITH ENTIRE 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. , 1441 CAMPBELL TOWN. BURBANK & DEMEREST'S SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS Will give one of their GRAND ETHIOPIAN ENTERTAINMENTS AT ENGLEBERT'S HOTEL, CAMPBELL TOWN,   On THURSDAY Evening, March 18th. For Geelong. THE fine fast-sailing brig   D A R T, CAPT. SANSOM,   Will sail for the above port on or about THURSDAY next. For freight or passage apply to the Cap-   tain on board. m 18 1251 TO SAMUE...

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[?]RIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [?] do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. .i do not identity our opinions with those of j i our Correspondents. Io tho Editor of the Daily Mercury. t-I lnve seen a lett« in the D id} Irc cuni ¡ed John SiMilii in winch the wntii a cribes , ¡rested mow e» to the invthoi of m» m líele ded 1 ire Dr gado ÎSovv, &ir, if Mi Swain in ill to impjte to nie tho ntithorship of the clc ni question, lean only give íc i simple ; unquahlied deni ii, this being done I con ivolittlo rame remains tobo Find, however, /to «DJ offer on mv ] irt to mologiso to Mr tam tor mv proceedings on the oc ision m Lstion, I distmctl) iisoit tint I hid never L s]]Clitest intention to oller nnj such npolosß Mo I"IJ one firtliuin' of mv costs which «li n Jno oui complaint im"'it iiitnil, mid I iiirther Kg to inform Air Swum nnd at the «anio time Tn«surt the public, that (unnv futuie occasion ben my stn ices uii> uihvppil} bo needed I »II, vitliontunj icspcet top i ons do ns I to ci er done, c\ert mvseli to the best of my iht...

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POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Alderman Lewis, acting Mayor, and Alderman Stewart. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 13 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Alderman Lewis, acting Mayor, and Alderman Stewart. Misconduct of Constables.-Thomas   Russell and Saml. Rainy, constables of the City Police, were charged upon the information of Mr. Superintendent Ham ilton with misconduct in neglecting their duty, by permitting Sarah Gordon, a prisoner confined on a charge of larceny, to have a knife in her cell, with which she attempted suicide. The case being clearly proved, Russell was fined 20s., and Rainy was dismissed   from the Police. FRIDAY. Before W. Tarleton Esq., and Alderman Lipscombe. . Night Charges.-Catherine Johnson, for being out after hours, was sentenced to seven days solitary confinement. Maria Bagwell, convicted of being a common prostitute, was sentenced to two months imprisonment with hard labor. Wilful Damage of Property.-William Jones preferred an information against Anne Gray for wilfully breaking a large pier glass (value £5) the property of Elizabeth Barnes of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

THEATRE BOYAL ~^ BURBANK AND DEMERESTsI SAN FRANCISCO MINSTHÏ Having been requested to remaia SIX NIGHTS LONGER, Will open the Royal EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEE&J With a Choice Selection of NEW SONGS, DANCES,] BURLESQUES, %c, &c. For Particulars of Performance see Buln of the day. THE SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS Will perform at Oatlands on MONDAY, and TUESDAY, 22>D & 23RD MABCII. AT CAMPBELL TOWN, 24IK & 25TH M.vncn, AT LONGFORD. 2GTa & 27m MAJICII. 1278 RICHMOND HOUSE. EX "DOMINION." THREE HUNDRED & PIPTY-SIX PACKAGES MERCHANDIZE* ROBERT THOMAS EDWARD3 Begs to acquaint his Patrons and thj Publie in general, that he has received, PER DOMINION, Direct to his own order, the above con- sisting of the following Goods rnoM HIE CELEBRATED HOUSE OP BATTY AND CO., NAME r, Y PRESERVED SALMON, in 1 and 21b. tins L3V1T Knives, for opening Bloater and Anchovy Paite, in fancy pots New Yar.nouth Bloaters, in 1 and 2 doz. tins Ditto Gorrona Anchovies...

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THE MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

TUE MINSTRELS. AFTKR their arnngemeuts u ero almost completed for quitting Hobait low n for Iho iijtcnoi the Sm ti niu-.co Mins.icls lina beca iiulncei bj nu neroiu, sol cftitums to e J.tu> 1 thur s >journ a nongst us for aiothor w col Manj liai c. been prevente I Iroij «itno.iing th ir uoiidTtuI per firmanees and iws'i to hue in opportunity of dung so, wljtUt tho«o wlp ljiK becjine the best niquamtol with tlnm i'o eq nil) pushing in thur limtition to thentosnj We mu not snrpiistd at this lho iblttj of ihe compiny itself is doible^s on raiviii wb\ the request shoul 1 bin e been mil , as it Ins buen mide,at tbt uluient'i lum, and anothoi is tint there is no oilier kind of unit erneut n\ id able just now ni the city Wuitel com, mot J that the pub'it will be gritifieJ at this prolonged stay, anl will ijot allon these talenkd minstrels to regret that they çvor complied i^ith so pies sing an im llition. This evunng tin. peifor j manees arealmoit entirely nu\, mil no trus there will...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

COMMERCIAL. Wool had been sold to Continental bu} crs nt Id per lb advince on last pricci The tone of the maiket had improved An -id» once ofljd win expected 'I he pmic lind wliollj sulwdcd, and com- merce, gcncralU, was improving. Money waa plentiful. MELUOURXF Tlierc w-i* no cbnnfre in the quotations of flour mid gr un at Melbourne

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

nXGMSII SHIPPING. Loidinir at London for Hobirt Town-Nep tune's Bride, and Christopher benton Pot liauneciton-Globe flic Liuçlung Water sailed for Hobart Town n December "lELBOLRVE SHiPPIVG A sennits collision bid occurred between the Queen and Stormbird uitlun twon j fî\o miles o' the Poi t Phillip Reids It w is \ cry similar but not so fatnl as tlint lie tu eon fie Chitnpion mid J/iily Bird Hie Stormbird struck tlte Qitoeii noir the stem, but the saloon on decl. cbi i! ed the force of the eolb i m mid ibe onU K n isbe 1 into it, and sliced a large splmte, from her hull Apissen^cr writing to the A-jitit frees Captain Hliieltboiirn from all blaine and shtrs tlmt tlio Stormbir 1 semed to be buried in mesmeric «lumba The Queen bas under gone repurs at Welbourne and is non all rieht I lie Wee Tottie a rued on llinrsdaj Hie Oitv of Hobirt and Ennui Pr>scitr on IV day I bo Harriet Kath m and Pilot stiled for Hobirt Town on i lim dij

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

SYDNEY. Br the Tasmania we have our liles to the 9th instant. Captain Clinch having obtained the Umpire of that date whilst detained at Twofold Bay. The papers are barren of all political matter. StsGUi/A« OcctmriWCE.-As a Mr Wood- ward was standing at the door of the Supreme Court, nbout half-past 0 o'clock yesterday morn- ing, waiting to see a gentleman on business, a bug« rat which was being chased by a dog de- liberately flow up that gentleman's left leg in- side of his trouser--. Mr W. fruitlessly endea- vored to shako bim off, but every nttempt proving ineflectu ii and the customer becoming obstreperous, Mr W. called for assistance, and hy the aid of tho application of two powerful hands who kindly preferred their services, the animal was at length killed in his confinement, hut not until bo bad indicted several severe scratches on his victim and partially destroyed his unmentionables. IMPORTANT INQUEST. DEATH OF A FEMALE IMMIGRANT UNDER EX TRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES. The City ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

MARRIED, On Thursday, 11th instant, at Windsor Park, by the Rev. W. Nicholson, William, fifth   son of the late James Murdoch, Esq., M. D., to MARY ANN, second daughter of Thomas Salmon, Jericho.

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POSTAL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

POSTAL COMMUNICATION. OUR Friends at the Huon will be g1 id to find by our advertising columns that Tenders aro invited by the Government for a horse or foot messenger to couvey the Mails once a week each way between Hobart Town uud the Huon (Franklin) for one year from tlio commencement of the Contract. This is as it should be. When we called the attention of the government to the great inconvenience and grievous hardship inflicted.upon th» residents of the Huon by cutting oft' their postal communication, we did so with the full belief that a proper repre- sentation of the case would meet with prompt attention. Nor were we mistaken. We have a great dislike to making com- plaints. It is at all times a disagreeable dutyand onetherefore,towhicli ive resort with considerable reluctance. Still we feel bound to acknowledge that whenever our duty has compelled us to do so we have always recognised a williugness on the part of tho Govern- ment to remedy the evil complained ot. This prompti...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] MONDAY, MARCH 15TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.! MONDAY, MARCH 15TH, 1S58. WE have poi ted ont as clearly as we could and as clearly we hope as is neces- sary the duties incumbent upon »Repre- sentative of the people. We have .hewn that hin attendance in his place in Parliament during tho session is but one of the duties which devolves ¡upon him. Wc have endeavoured to make it manifest that an equal amount of res- ponsibility rests upon him during the recesR ; that it is imperative upon him to call his constituents together and to give them an account of his stewardship ; to point out to thom the nature and effect of the Acts that have been passed as well as the benefits they are calculated to bestow, whether ho himself was in favor of those Acts or opposed to them : That it was his duty also to afford his constituents an opportunity of expressing their approbation of the ' course he had pursued or of expressing their dissent from that course ; and that it was his duty to place him- self in the hands...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. pour OP HOBART TOWN AnnivED. March 13-Tasmania (s), 29» tons, Clinch, from Sydney, 8th instant, with sheep and sun- dries; passengers, Misses Watson (2), Mr, Moses, Rev. Air. Piddington. Mrs. Piddington, nnd two children, and 13 in tim steerage; mail, 3 bags, 17 loose letters, di newspaper.*¡ agent, C. Toby. March 13-Harp, sell, 154tons, Fisher, from Kinpara (Now Zealand) 2Sth tilt., with Kauri timber. Agent-W. Pi-hor. March 13-lleliance, brig, 119 ton», Calder, from Newcastle (N.S.W.) 5th instant, with 100 tons coal. Agont-P. Leigh. March 11-Firefly, brig, 180 tons, Kirby, from Hoki inga (New Ze iland) 1st instant, with Kauri pine. Agents-Gilles Bros. CDEAKED or/T. March 13-Franklin, schooner, 110 tons, Holt, for South Seas, vvh ding. SYIKED. March 13-William Hill, brig, far Geelong. March 13-Picard, schooner, from Adelaide. Miirch 13*-Euealyptus, barque, for Mel- bourne. IMP0BTS. Tasmania from Sydney-One hundred and twenty-ono hides, Order; 30 chests, GO hal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

- ' MONDAY, 15th MARCH. Gig and Harness. BE;ENT AND WESTBROOK (Successors to Mr. T. \\ Lowes), Will sell by Auction At their Mart, Murray-street, On MONDAY, the 15th March, nt eleven o'clock, ATAPITAL GIG, in excellent repair, ALSO A set of pig harness, in good order. Terms as usual. 1202 MONDAY, 15th MARCH. ' ' {Congou nnd Other Tea. MESSRS. BRENT & WESTBROOK (Successors to Mr T. Y. Lowes,) Will Sell by Auction, At their Mart, Murray Street, On MONDAY next, 15th March, at eleven o'clock, .- WITHOUT ANY RESERVE, EIGHT E E N Ilnlf-cbests CONGOU TEA. Five chests do do , More or Less Damaged. ALSO, Forty boxes Gulnare ditto Thirty-three half-chest* superior Pou. chong ditto. Terms as usual. 12G0 TUESDAY, 20TH APRIL ¡NEW TOWN PARK, Two miles from Hobart Town. BRENT AND WESTBROOK Have the pleasure to nnnoiince that they nie favoied with instructions from Wm. Cm ter, Esq.. to Mibmit for unreserved pale, bv public auction, on the premise«, on TUESDAY, 20th April, at 2 o'clock, mUE ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

A Employment "Wanted. PERSON of considernl'le fNperienci j-, ;n business as n TRADER and OTÍ1EKEEPER, who has a first rate knowledee of SHEEP, and a general 'knowledge of Farming, is open to an engage ment in any of the above capacities, would not o >iect to Victoria, Port Albert, or any of the adjoining colonirs, but would prefer Tasmania having a otake thorp. Addtcs, JASON, office of this paner. March Loth 1858. ni w f 1277 The Sandy Bay Local Evangelical Missionary Society. THE Public are respectfully invited to a MEETING, to le helà(I)V) nt St. Stephen's Chinch, Sandy Dav. nt 7 o'clock, on MONDAY EVENING, March lflth, (to 'day), for the purpose of taking tbo uecessaiy steps to establish an Evangelical Missionar)' Society, in and for the above mentioned locality. 12S8 m la HENEY KIN, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER No. l8, ABOYLE-STnEET, Next to Burdon's Coach Manufactory. 1 .«. Every description of Furniture made to order. I ECONOMIC FUNERAL. rSTÄBT LISHMENT, No. l8. Argyle stre...

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ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN WITH THE ENGLISH MAILS PER EUROPEAN. THIRTY-ONE DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) Launceston, Sunday, 11·50 p.m. SUPPRESSION OF THE INDIAN MUTINY—OCCUPATION OF CANTON BY THE ALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN WITH THE ENGLISH MAILS PER EUROPEAN. THIItTr-ONIi DAYS' LATER HEWS FROM ENGLAND. -o (ur ELECTIUC TELEGRAPH) Launceston, Sunday, 11:50 p.m. SUPPRESSION OF THE INDIAN MUTINY-OCCUPATION OF CANTON BY THE ALLIES. Tile Queen arrived at the Wharf, at 11 p.m., Ja-vt night, with the EnglMi mail, pur Euroi«Mi>. She brings 31 days' later from England. There has been a seriom attempt to murder the Emperor Napoleon,,«/liso on his way to the Theatre, accompanied by the E.iipi'AEs, Three hand grenades were thrown into the cariiage, and one horse was killed. The Emperor and Empress escaped with slight wounds. Tito conspirators were Italians, who had gone from England for the purpose. A frightful oai'/hrijako had occurred I in Calabria, /. «r'uich 15,000 lives were | lost. The Leviathan after «id mibhaps, was within a few feet of the point, at which she will float at the next spring tides. The gold iß tbo Pauls of England had increased more than a mühen per wei-k, since last ...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. We'aro in receipt of Auckland papers to the 27fch February. The K'cw Zealander regrets to learn, through private advice, that the long pending land-fend between the tribes inhabiting the Whakatane district in the Bay of Plenty, has of late assumed a tenfold intensity. The contending par- ties are nearly balanced both as to num- bers and arms ; and the}' were fighting1 at the date of the last intelligence, with a fury and fatal effect which quite threw in the shade the last pontest in the Ahuriri or in Taranaki. In otto en- gagement alone, wo hear there were nine of the combatants killed, and many more seriou-ty wn.iuded. One of our informants saw t.vo natives rush upon an opponent, sim!, without firing, club him with tlir butt-ends of their guns-leaving him for dead ; the man revived, but was left ina horribly'muti- lated condition. Unless some powerful mediation be brought to hear upon the contending parties, it is feared there will be a very large amount of ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INrELHG-EN"CE. CITiT ARTICLE. Mercur.il Oiliüp. Sitimliv nfWnn The uncertainty that existed at the CJininetjcetnent of the week relative to the rise or full of whu.it, in ooiisequeuc; of the influence of a-jtajouistie causes, resulted in the eunttiiuiiuce of the closing quotations ol' last week; and ivheit has been uniformly quoted at 7s 6d to "¡i 0.1, though the last day or two the latter figure has not been Very readily obtained. Colonial oats meet with much enquiry, and havq aivo-ueed Gd a bushel 'during the w-ek; a good article now fetching 7s. Cape barley is still scare?, and maintains recent prices, 6s 6J to 7s 3.1, according to sample. English barley co.nes in very slowly, and sales, consequently, have been .very limited, good simples realuin.; 8s to Sa OL'. The in irkot is kept wall sup- plied, wij¡u kay, tmtj tho_country pre««d ¡ has been sellin? at much reduced rates, ranging frum £5 10s to £7 per ton, ac c írding to q i.ility ; loose hay of good q .al ty reali'...

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