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JEWISH ORPHAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 March 1858

JEWISH ORPHAN SOCIETY. Tun annual general meeting of this So- ciety was held in the synagogue at noon yes'crday, the president Mr. Montague Levy in the chair. The attendance was not numerous. The rjrArnMAX, after statin» that the object of the meeting was the bring- ing forward of the financial statement, and other affairs, of the society, offered sonic reniai ks, which ho anticipated wnnhl prove satisfactory, and even gra- tifying, in indicating progress. Since their last gc-iernl meeting the society had bud tinder their charge the sons of the late Air. George Moss. They were at first under tile parental guidance of Air. Abraham«. A communication he ing received, h »»"ever, from Air Kenne- dy, who kept a school at Windsor, si a ting his readiness to tcceive the charge, arrangements were made, and the youths were sent to Air. Kennedy. That gen- tleman's character was well known; he was a kind inn ti and a very good teach- er ; and, as appeared from a letter written by Master Mas«, e...

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

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. To CoBBESroxDK.vrs.-Z. WQ shall at all times be rejoiced to hear from our Cbrrcspon dont, Mr. Roper's Lottor hiw besn received and «boll appear to-moriw, LOCAL MissWAinr Socrrnr- In conse quenca of a c immumcation rec»ived from the Lord Bishop of I osraamo empress ng Ins imbihtv to suppl) an) mo-c locali it-, vith M imiteront the Gospel, the Sustentation Ir and boTirg become cthaus td, ¡the residents of^andy lîi\ hare res lied to ii'l back upon th* volmtoit pnncip c, in irler ta scare th» ministrations of a Resident Glcrz) mon, or a Local Missioinrv A Meeting « I bo held in tb» Church, q mdv Bov, th s evca ng tor the purpose of e tabhsh mg a Society, to bo cilled tb-, ' So idy Jijj Load Missionary So letj " An ad-, eruse nent com enmg the meeting, »ill be found in another column Oca bcirjuav-\\ chave receive! s v eral communications complaining of the unpossibilitv of obtaining our Sum nari in t-e Conntr\ District-« m time for J'S tniismission by tlie inonthlv ...

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

STEAM TO SYDîîEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.S.N. Co's STEAM.SHIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY* via TWO- FOLD BAY, on or about WEDNES- DAY, 17fcli March, at noon. CHAHIXS TOBY, Manager T. S. N. Co March 2. !8."8. Franklin Wharf, STEAM TO MELBOUBNE. THE T.S.N. Co.V Steam Ship "CITY OF IIOBÀ11T" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on'WEDNESDAY,Thc24th March, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CnAaijEB TOBT, Manager, T.S.N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 12. 1858. 1226 Black Ball Line of British anti Australian Packets FOR LIVERPOOL. fui warding Passen- gers, Gnlil, and Woul to London, the colelirittcil dipper ship, "SHOOTING STAR," 13<i5 tims register, from Hobson's Bay, on or about Tuesday, Gth April, 185S. i'lio superior soiling qualities of this splen- did clipper are too well known to icquire le ferrmg to in an advertisement, nnd her ac eommndations for all classes of passengers «re not surpassed by any ship on tho berth. The second class accommodations are in the poop.aud aie most comfortably arra...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT Ol' IIOUART TOWff AniîIVED. March 15-Cbesíorholnic, rfiip, 1(50 tons, Evans, from Melbourne, 5th instant, in ballast. Agent, tho Master. EN'TEHEt) OUT. March 15-Firefly, brig, 181 tons, Kirby, for Melbourne. crnABED OCT. March 15-Harrowby, barque, 514 tons, Stone, for Loudon, passengers-Mr. James Knox, Mr. J. Murdoch, Mr*. Murdoch, child mid seivimt, Mr. Wilson, Sirs. Wilson and 2 child- ren, Dr. Scott. March 15-Swordfish, schooner, 108 tons, Roberts, for Melbourne, with cargo ¡ passengers 2 in the steerage March 15-Pet, barque, 27S tons, Gillinghall, for the Mauritius, in ballast. BAIL!!». March 14-Franklin, schooner, for South So is, whaling. EXPoaTS. Harrowby for London-Sixty cas'is sperm oil, T. 1). Chapman & Co ; 15 do, do, Kerr Bogle & Co ; 32 do, do, A. Morrison ; 522 bales wool, 'J'. 1). Chapman et Co; 303 do, do, 2 bales skins, Kerr Uoglo & Co ; 100 bales wool, A. Morrison ; U do, do, A. A. Butler j 14 do, do, 0. Basstiiui...

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YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. No animation was visible in the grain market to-day, and prices have under- gone no variation. Wheat is still quoted at 7s Gd to 7s 9d per bushel, but the latter figure is not easily obtained. Colo- nial oats meet with much enquiry und sell at Cs Gd to 7s according to sample. Barley is very scarce and realizes at pre- vious quotations ; Cape, Gs Gd to 7s 3d, and English, 7s Gd to 8s Gd according to quality. Hay comci in very freely and. moves oft' steadily ; loose and country pressed fetches from £G 10s to £715s per ton according to quality.aud the hydrau- lic pressed, now in some demand, realizes dom £8 to £9. Potatoes are still sel- ling at previous rates, £10 to £12 per ton according to sample. Onions are dull at present, owing to the decline in tho Sydney market, and are quoted at £15 to £17 per ton. Very little is doing in the flour mar- ket ; flour from tlie best colonial wheat is selling at £17 to £19 per ton, accord ingtoquantitv". Bran remains at 2¡3dto...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. LIFE Boars -In releienco to a pangiaph pubh lied mom i>sucof the 21>th nit, mid which we e\.ti icted fiom tho London 6un ot the loth December i elaine to tim pi ins of lila boils vInch bid been lonnrdcd to the Govemoi of unit of the Australian Colonies, wo have re eeived ii communieition fiom Sydney informing in tint Mr Chailes dutfield ot t e Patent Slip, i» now building a life bo it upon Mr Pe ite s pi in ciplo mid according to lus institutions, which ho it w ill lio ready foi 1 uinclii ig in about n inoi th \\ e trust that home ot oin bo it baillies will obt mi the plans and instructions from the M mino Board, and build boats m aeeoi dauco with thom flic C lcoterhobno which nrnvol yesfcorlay from Mellum ne li is bee i charl ero 1 to convey hoi »os selected by Colonel ltobius on the put of tlio Indian Government foi the use ot tho e iv di y repfuiionts in India lho II ino vby cloned nt the Customs yester day f ir Lou Ion Beaidci a miscellaneous cargo,...

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INDIA AND CHINA. (From our own Correspondent.) Point de Galle, 13th February, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

INDIA AND CHINA. (rrom our ona Correspondent ) Point de G die, IStli February, 18J8 By tho last mail from India iiotbtnsf «les beirl of Hie movements of the Commander in Chief 'the previous mail brought tlio antelh gonce that be bud con picre I tho rebels ac Furrnek ibid, und ocmpied tint jil lee Sir Cohn Co npbell lms « ith linn, it is saul, Ken suintons lroop, HoiSc Artillen , Smith's lint tery Itoynl Aitiller> , tho\a\ d Hrigude, with six 21 pounder», tu o Hinch homtreis uni eight murtars , two com nines Sappers and Miners, Bennd ditto, and two eonpanis 1'nnjiub ditto , the eui ah v «Indi went donn with Grant's column the 8th toot, 2îrd I usiliprs, and 2nd Highlanders "Sard, 6fth, and Sind 1 out, and 03rd Hi,hl iriders, with a legiinent ot lunjiub Iiifuntiy We lime silica recen el news hythe Vusttdim that Su Cohn I amp tell is eue unpe I liront threo miles fiom I uttcBhur A coricspoudent of tim Kiighsli 1 an «uti», fiat n pultun of the troops lind ei ussed the ni cr tali mg th...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

CRICKET. As we anticipated, the visit of the Victorian Cricketers to this colony has had the effect of arousing the ambition of our young Tasmanians. We hear of nothing but Cricket now. Our domain is daily the scene of Cricket matches innumerable. No age seems too tender for the young students to commence acquiring a know- ledge of the science, and hence we see lads scarce as high as their own wickets, marching towards the paddock carrying bats the dimensions ot which are not a whit more abbreviated than themselves. Children of elder growth, also, have   taken the disease and Cricket, nothing but Cricket, is the order of the day. If, however, Tasmanians wish to cope successfully with Victoria, they must adopt the Victorian plan. They must form themselves into a Club, over which they must set one as Captain. Where there is confusion there will never be success; and in a Club thus commanded   it is evident that the object of allotting to each member that plac...

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THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. THE SLOGAN OF THE HIGHLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

THE ItliLIBF OF LUCKNOW. THE SLOGW OP TUE lIIGIIt.ANDE!l8. The following ¡s au Kxtrict of a letter written by M. de liaiineroi, n French physician, in the service of Mussur Itujili, and publislied in Le Pays (Palis Papct) under tint date of Calcutta, Ocf, 8j " I give yon the f.»l- , lowing account of the relief of Luck- I now, :is described by a lady, one of thr rescued party:-" On every side death stared us in the face; no human could avert it any longer. We saw the mo- ment at. pi oneil when wc must hid fare- well to cat th, yet without feeliiiff that unutterable horror which must have been experienced by the unhappy vic tims at Cawupnre. Wc were resolved rather to die than to yield, and were ful- ly persuaded that in 24 hours all would be over. The engineer* had suitl so, and all knew the worst. Wc women strove to encourage each other, and to perform the light duties which had been assigned to us, such as conveying orders to (lie batteries and supplying the men with provisions es...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL REPORT, &c. January, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL REPORT, ¿c. January, 1858. Since our last, notwithstanding the failures of «werai large operators in tbo north, our murket bas somewhat acquired a better tone, mid »col U held more firmly, with a fuir enquiry. Several pareéis of second Land wools hilve been sold to continental buyers at an average advance of Id. per lb, TO lute »le rates, tbo telectieo, bfiug principally of good Sydney fleece, and full bodied wools, well sconred and bright. It is generally expected that the February snlo3 will comprise «bout 40,000 bales, nnd if the demand for continoi'tal requirements should equal expectations, a rise may bo looked for of aliout Ud. j fine and choice lots will, however, bring more, tlio inquiries for tbeso descriptions, for finiey purposes abroad, having led to our market hcing cleared, willi tho exception of one cboico brand seouve3, held at present abovo market ratos, although a few bales which bnvo hoon sold, brought 2s. 10J. per lb., for Fra...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. GAMBLING if HIE DOMAIN-Wo aro in formed that it is the practico of a number of disorderly persons to congregate cveiy Sunday] lu the Darnum and undia cover of tlio hush to play at 'tince up and "piteli nnd toss' duiuig the whole of tho day Only on Sund ly last, a number of lads were also engaged ni a gamo ot cricket in the Dom un and m ilwng use of the most disgusting 1 uyunge, to tlio innoy ince ol many respectable persons who wero walkiug there at the time Wo ti list that the authorities will at onco toko steps to put a stop to these practices, which are disgraceful lo any ciuh/cd community InE YACHT ItAOE -rho race between the Sydney Yacht Ivanhoe, and Mr Bisbj's new »acht Flirt which vvns postponed on Snturdav last in consequence of the da tardly conduct of the thieves who robbed the Ivanhoe ou 11 amy night, has been fixed to conic oil on Saturday next at 2 o'clock A c,reat de ii of interest i£ felt in tins match, there being «tilla veiy ni mi fest disincli...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify oar opinions with those of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the DAi[?]y Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify oar opinions with thoso of oar Correspondents. To tho Editor of tbo Dai'y Mercury. Sin,-Will you be so good as to allow sp ice in the Mercury, to record the Hobart Town Courier's (March loth) notice of a MODEL BISHOP. Accor ling to him, Paul, in his Epist'es to Timothy and Titus, must have lind some very erinneoiis ideas about what he terni« .'fiKhj lucre." For a Bishop, who has enjoyed, ou M avéras:', nut loss than twenty thousand a year for uenrly thirtv years, to leave only 'FIFTY FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS, is, in the opinion of your Reverend cuiiteuipj. rary, " highly creditable to his memory." And who shall presume t-i call in question the wisdom and piety of such judgment? THE LATE BISHOP Heom/rEuo's Vita. -It is understood that Bishop Blomfield lias left about £55,(100 behind bim. Besides Mrs, Blomfield, there are ten or eleven to be provided for out of the sum wc have mentioned. It it highly c.-etUlnUc to the memory of one often unjustl...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General P[?]t Office, 16th March, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

GENERAL POST OFFICE. General P. ** <"*<*. IGtb March, 1858. IHIF MAIM will be closed at II "<*?* Town as Coder: Adelaide and Sydney, vii Melbouix'*. P<* first vowel, to-morrow, at 0 p.m. Onppn For Melbourne via Launceston, p. » W*". do. do., ot G 30 p. m. , For New /.e ilind vii Sydney, per Irst > «asci, Thursday next, nt 11 a. m. _"": ForSydacy ¿tul Twofold Bay, por Tas «uinia, ditto ditto. T S. T. HAKDIKOE,. Postín** Utr* Vails for Sydney and Adelaide are tonic m> at this olllce, and forwarded via «ei bóurue, by every steam vessel departing iroui Hobart Town or Launceston.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

. FRIDAY, 19th MARCH. ¡ Superior Household Furniture & Effects. BRENT £ WESTBROOK (Successors to Mr. T. Y. Lowes) Will sell by Auction, At the Residence of R. Maddock, Esq., Bur nett-street. on FRIDAY next, the 10 li March, at 11 o'clock, HIS SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising Rosewood Ino table, mahogany lideboard Mahogany Trafalgar seat chairs Ileclinin? chairs Pair small mahogany table» Cheval gins«, mahoginy table Fender and fire-irons, bookcase Writing desk Wax flowers under class shade Pembroke dining table Mahogany sofa covered with hair Huon pine and other bedsteads Watbstands and furniture Cane-neated chair«, feather bed Towel horse», horsehair mattrass , Bidet, stretcher« Kitchen requisite», Arc. &c. Terms as usualj 1270 TUESDAY, 20TH APRIL NEW TOWN PARK, Two miles from Hobart Town. BRENT AND WESTBROOK ' Í Have the pleasure to announce that they ' are favored with instructions from Win. Cotter, Esq., to submit for unreserved 1 «ale. by public auction,...

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To the Editor of the Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

To the Editor of the Courier. Sin,-I have just read in the Courier of Friday, the folloiving paragraph : " i'lie Roman Catholics of London, finding; " that poor Irish boys cuter the Sboj-black " Hrigiule, nre endeavouring to obtain fund« to " establish a ' Catholic ¡shoj-black lirigade." Perhaps j our readers will be surprised to bear th.it one of the chief features of the present 'brigide' is the odious system of proselytUm. A poor Irish boy who may ba in a starving condition, cannot enter tim * brigade,' without abandoning the faith of his fathers!-unless he barter his spiritual birthright for a " mess of pottage !" And I have no doubt the I'riuiieis of this- pious and benevolent uistnutioi would speak loudly i d eloquently on the blessings of Religions Liberty. The reason, thcrefure, why tlu Raman Catholics aie anxious to establish a Oathnl c Shoe black brigade is very obvious, and that tli-re should be cause fur mell acción is much ti be resetted. Since writing tho above few lin...

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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. (From the Nonconformist, December 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

THE H0U3E OP COMMONS. (From the Nonconformist, December 9 ) The second ¡session of the Parliament eleeted last spring, was opened by the Queen in petson on ThuiaJay 1 ist Her Majesty wa» fivoui ed, us seems aluust custom ni, with a bulhant day. The multitude which lined the sheet-, through which she pissed, and the com pany \\ hieb awaited her amval in tue House c1 Lords, weio, peihap», even larger, moie eager, <uii moie giatiheJ, than usual. I'he stite pomp believed to be appioprnte to such Decisions lae'eed nono of its gorgeous leit.ues, ind, if my thing, exceeded m splendour tile oidinaiy display In all its essen- tial cluracteiistics, howevei, the cere- monial »as according to picccdent This ¿eu, the distinguished stiangeis were the Siime»e ambisstdoi» and tue Punce of Pmssia-the hut attractive of att il- toon on account ol the swaifclnness of then compleuon contias'-ed with the richness and peculiuity of then onental attue-the last awikeiutig cuuositj on account ot h...

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POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY. (Befire Alderman Lewis.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY. (Befora Alderman Lewis.) Night Charges.-'Two females and one mau were each lined 10s. fur being drunk mid incapable of taking care oi' themselves ;'in default of piyinmt of the fine, they were sentenced to t.vunty four hours solitary continûment. Six oifdiiders were each fined 5s for dis turning the peace,or using bad language. A smpicious case-lohn Kelly, a stout young fellow, was charged by Mr. John Staveley with being on his pre- mises in Davey-strcrft daily on Sunday morning for an unlawful purpose. Tile defendant was discovered about day- break reconnoitring in the complain ant's yard, aud said he was looking for a man named Ned ; h? appeared as it he had beeu drinking. The case was dismissed. (Before His Worship the Mayor and Alderman Lewis.) Stealing Boots.-Charles Hunter was remanded ou u charge of stealing a pair of boots from Air. Sutforth of the Frank- lin Wharf, for the attendance of the prosecutor. Vagranag.-Jane Burn was charged under the vagrant...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

i/ STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.S.N. Co's STEAMSHJP "TASMANIA" Will lcnve for SYDNEY vin TWO FOLD BAY, on or about TI1URS DAY, 18th March, at noon. CirAiiLts Tour, Manager T. S. N. Co March 2, 1858. Franklin Wharf, STEAM TO MELBOURNE. TH F. T.s.N. Co..- sienmShio "CITY OP HOBART" will leave for MEL BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 24th March, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CIIATU.ES TOBT, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 12. 1858. 122G Steam to Melbourne . <.«>¡L,__ THE powerful and fnrnnrite iron steamer "QUEEN," J. B. Blackbourne, commander, will leave Launceston for Melbourne on THURS- DAY, the 18th Mai eli, ni noun. Passengers ure requeued to hook them- selves and pay their passage money at the office of the undersigned, previous to em- barkation. Forfieight or passage, apply to WILLIAM JOUNSTONF, Agent. St. John-street, March 8. 12/5 For Geelong diiect. r£t%. THE fine fast sailing schooner wÈ&i ELYING FISH, ¿ïîrfÉ; LUCAS, Master, will sail for the above...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] MONDAY, MARCH 15TH, 1858. ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 16th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

THE MERCURY fPÜBI/ISHKD ».UTA"/] MONDAY, MARCH 15TU. 1858. _i -. ... ? - - ' ? " ENGLISH NEWS TO THE lGth JANUARY. A portion of the European's Mails reached town by the coach last night. For the following Summary wc aro in- debted to our Melbourne Contempo- raries, the Herald and Argus : ' Intelligcnea of tho Mi BANDA, fraud ' had already reached England, the Rank in Sydney having promptly acknowledg- ed the receipt of the supposed favors from the Mo-sr». Baring. . Amongst the p isscngers by the Euro Eean is Mr. A. Gabrielli, of Corporation loan celebrity. Parliament had adjourned for the Christmas recess. It was to re assemble on February <lth. Lord Palmerston had given notice to the Board of Directors of tho East India Company of the inten- tion of the Government at au early pc* 1 riod' after the recess, to introduce a Bill ' ' to remove the government of India from r their controul, and place it under thal of tho Imperial authority. Tho Marquis of Claniicardo had been ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858

BIRTH, - On the 12th March, 1858, at Roseville, New Town, Mrs. BREWER, of a Son.

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