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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 16 March 1858
H. E. RISBY Has now unpacked, ex Heather Bell and Dominion, a choice assortment of NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS, And bogs an inspection of the Tasma- nian Public of the same, amongst which will be found PINK FLOUNCED SILK DRESSES Ladies' Embroidered and Plain Black Silk Velvet Mantles Ladies' Black Cloth Mantles Ladies' Colored Cloth Mantles Ladies' Rich Velvet and Silk Bonnets Ladies' Dunstable, Bice Straw, Black, Brown, Slate, and Colored Fancy Straw Bonnets Ladies' Blond Caps nnd Fronts Ladies' Mohair and Musliu Caps Infants' Trimmed Caps Infants' Embroidered Satin Hals French Cap Flowers Ladies1 Head Di esses Best French Kid Gloves Ladies' Robe Droses Colored Fancy Bonnet Ribbons Rich Oiiental Ribbons Plain Sarsenet Ribbons French Satin Ribbons Colored and Black Ribbon Velvets Colored Silk Fringes Colored Silk Velvets Hoyle's Fancy Prints Furs of every description White and Black Bugle Lace Welsh Flannels Whitney Blankets, Sheeting, Quilts Infants' White Wool Spencers Ladies'...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN CLEARED) OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBAltr TOWN CIEAItEI) OUT. ' 'March 10- Firefly, brig, 1-0 tons. Kirby, for Sydney, with original cargo of Kauri pine from Kew Zealand. 8AILÏD. ' March 16-Swordfish, sch., for Slclbourno. ' March 16-Harrowby, barque, for London. ' March 10-Pet, barque, for the Mauritius.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDArS MARKElTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ' YESTERDArS MARKElTS.. Business bas b'eii very dull through- out the dav. Wheat is «lill quote I at 7a Cd to 7s 9d, hut it is very difficult to obtain t he latter figure. Colonial oat s arc enquired for, and realize from 6* Gd to 7s per bushel. 1'oreign oats are in no demand at 5s to 5s 6d. Barley moves off readily as it comes ¡uro the market, bat supplies come in very slowly ; Cape fetches Gd Cd to 7s 3d, and English 7s 6d to 8s Cd, according to sample. Hay is plentiful, and prices continue firm; loose and countrv pressed hay ranging from £6 10s to £7 103, accord- ing to quality, and hydraulic pressed £S to £9. Potatoes are still w11 ¡ni; at £10 to £12 per ton, with very little doing. Onions arc not much in demand, and are quoted at £15 to £17 per ton. The flour market is especially dull. Flour from the best colonial wheat was quoted to day at £17 to £18 per ton. Bran is in fair demand, and very scarce, .but remains at 2s 3d to 2s Gd per bushel. Slurps con...
THE CLARENCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
THE CLARENCE ELECTION. Mu. EDWAUD AjinoTT has written a scurrilous letter to one of the news- papers in consequence of a very tempe- rate article which appeared in this journal relative to himself in his cha- racter as a Candidate for the Renreseii 'tition of the District of Clarence. Hie remarks made by us were made in sorrow not in anger. Viewing Mu. AmiOTf as a monomauiao, which he certainly is on one subject, we refrained from availing ourselves of the liberty accorded fc> the Press of commenting on the public acts of publie men. The lone pervading the article, which has brought forth tins silly and childish retort, is certainly uot. calculated to awiken wrath aud dis- temper in minds not already distempered. Had the balance ot Mr. ABBOTTS volition been undisturbed either by con lideratlons of Launceston Swamp or by political discomfiture, hp would have re- ceived our observations in the same tranquil spirit in which they »ero con- ceived and expressed. However much ve may sy...
THE SHIP TRADE WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
THE SHIP TRADE WIND. Through the courtesy of the hon, the &nbsp; Colonial Secretary, we are enabled to publish the latest return from the sur- geon in charge of the quarantine station &nbsp; at Impression Bay : Sick under treatment in hospital, 7 &nbsp; males, 2 females. Sick under treatment out of hospital, &nbsp; 7 males, 10 females. Convalescent, 3 males, 6 females. W. K. Tibbits, Medical Officer. Quarantine Station, 15th March, 1858.
LATEST EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
LATEST EUKOPEAN. THE Queen and the Punco Consort, with the Puncc=s Ho) al, the Prince of Wales, and the othu member» ol the loyal lannly, aimed at Buckingham Pihce ycstcidiy (15th January), horn Windsor Castle Her Majesty and th couit will now remain in London until after the matinee«!the Punccss Roval The lllustuous visitoi» invited to bu [ li- sent at tint ccieujony are expected to arrive lu town vu y shortlj The appioachwg measuie» to authorise a lo m lor the Indian government con- tinué in some dcgice to influence the puce ol the funds An impiession seems to he uitcitainel that the amount, nute id oi being limited to £6,000,000 or £fc> 000,000, will be as much as £10000,000 Hie belief tint the Indian Ministei will be stiengtJiened oy a Council, se- lected Lorn imongst ti« ablest and most experienced Indnu officers, civil and militai}, gains gi ound m most quai tejs It ivis the lust loi m in which ruo new Home Government presented ltsell to the public uiird, and subsequent exa...
NAPLES. THE EARTH QUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
NAPLES. THE EA11TIÏ QUAKE. Who ever expects to hear pleasant tidings fro.n this unhappy country ? The very name of Naples is becoming n synonym for crime, calamity, and woo. Nowhere aro dungeons deeper aud darker than in this land oí the sun ; and uowhere ia human life more pre- carious Ihnn under tim shadow of the | wrathful Vesuvius. Last month I re- ported to you t ho sorrows mid Buller- inga of two of my innocent countrymen who have fallen into the tiger-like clutches ot Bomba. This month, while unable to tell of their release, I have for heavier tidings to bear to your cars. An earthquake, of almost unparalleled j severity, bas desolated large portions of the country, engulfed or demolished whole towns aud villages, and killed between 13,000 and 14,0iW human be- j inga. This awful catastrophe happened on the night of the lGth ot December It was a lovel) atti light night, the atmos- phere profoundly tranquil Vesuvius was smoking placidly, though until a\o days betoio it had beeu...
GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 17th March 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
"i* GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Po.£ OSce, 17th SI'MA Í859. Bil* MAUS will bo cloiei at Hu. urt ro.va a «ukr: Adelaide anJSychsy, vii Melbourne,- P=r Grit TCMCI, thU cUy, ut 0 p m. Fur Mi-lboarni) vu Ljuncaston, per Q wen, do. do., at 6 3.1 p. in. F ir Xe«- Zeil md vii Sydney, par lr*t vessel, to-morrow, at 11 a. ni. For Sydney and Twofold Bay, par 'fasal, «ia, ditto ditto. S. T. HAUDIXGE, I'ottmnster. Mails for Sidney and Adelaide are m ide op at this olficc, and forwarded via Mel- bourne, by every steam \essel departing ft 5 in Hobart Town or launceston.
THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY] WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17TH. 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
THE MERCURY FFUBLISIIED »A.ILY.1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17nr. 1838. Tin: Postal arrangements for the con- veyance of tlio Mails between Hob.irt Town and Launceston have long- oeen the subject of complaint. The evils, unnecessary as they were to a great extent, have at length evoked a commu- nication to the Executive Government from several of the leading citizens on ' the Northern side of the Island, and to ? which communication the Colonial Treasurer has returned the following reply : Colonial Treasury i March 10, 1858. j GENTLEUES,-I havo the honor to acknow- ledge the communication you have addressed to me, of date 1 >th February, suggesting an alter- ation in the hours of departure of tho Mails between Hobart TOM ii und Launceston, and ? that greater spued in their passage should be required, under ensuing contracts. 1 bave taken ibu earliest convenient oppor- tunity to bring this communication under the consideration of the Government, and have nau- tilo pleasure of ncíjuuiuliiig ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
Tuesday 23rd Mardi. .Valuable building allotment« at Kangaroo Point, -u , BRENT AND WESTBROOK, . " arc favoured with iuttructions from the trustees of the late Dr. Scott to sell by auc- tion, on the ground nt Kangaroo Point, on Tuesday March 23rd at ten o'clock, -' The following valuable building allotments , of Und :-viz : 1? acres & 1 rood of fine land, fronting on the Esplinadc of the River Derwent, and which lins been cut up into building allot- ments oí hall ÎII acre and upwards, as ?hewn in the plan to be seen at the Auction 1 «era'Mian. .? . 9 acres & 2 roods fronting on Hill, High, à S fenley streets at Bellerive. 2 roods & 21 perches having a frontage on Hill SM of 204} links & 313 links on Uiver Street. JS roods & l8 perches with a frontage of .' 204§ links on Hill street, .'"> ' 2 lots of nearly equal dimensions with a «' ' frontagi- of 198} links each on South it . '. ?' f 2 rood« &34 perches with a frontage of 201J link...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
Swanport Eoai Trust THE TRUSTEES of the Swanpoit Road District, request the Rate-payers to «Mimble in Publie Meeting at the» Swansea Pier Hotel, on THURSDAY the 25th inst. ; to consider tbe best means to adopt, in older to procure the Government aid to the Road Assessment j the Government having refused lo gram the full amount. JOHN MITCHELL Chairman. &nbsp; 16th March 1858. 19 m 1322 To Teachers. -o WANTED for mi Academy in town n well qualified person, as Writing and Drawing Master. Apply bv letter to It. W. of this office. N. li.-To one found to give satisfaction, the situation will prove remunerating mid permanent. 1328 w f Public Poun-J, Pontville. ÎMPOUNDED by Constible Henry Swift of Pontville on the 11th uf Mn« oh inst wo calves : viz, 1 led Stier, abouti) months oil, 'orandel C 15 or G B on the off rump. One red Heifer, about ti months old, with a «lit in the oil' ear. Poundage fees, food and water, nine pence ^er diem. Unless claimed and redeemed within the time al...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY. The Council m -t at 4 p.m. PJICSEOT:-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Liwis, Propsting, Barret^ Stewart, Rheube.i, Murdoch, amj Idps-. comhe. The irdnut63 of the last meeting were read and confirmed. ciuvtics or occirpATiox. The City Collector having read the list of changes ol' occupation, the neces- sary alterations were directed to be made in the Assessment Roll. BEUQiKa. *. " A report wa« read from the Public Works CoTimitti>e, recoil-nenling that! the w irks in C J vie'» L ne a ii Upper Gb lihou nj-street I» pi je je Jet with at o ice. j Aid rraii LiisCOTi'u stit»l that in purs ranea of 11 » rei J 'st ol th J C U icil, he Co n iiibtee ha 1 vis te l tlu vano ta wuks, aid lui cUiSiajl tlu n asa-i oeaie 1 to thj n moste ilcul Ue I coa Iv mee the p lblic safeti .ml benefit Three other teports fioin the Public Works Committee wera íeceived and adopted LIGHTIYG TUE ern. After some discussion, the time for bringing up t'ie ieport oí the Lighting Com mttee ...
AMERICA. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
AMERICA. THE PJtESIDCXI S MESSAGE. The message of Mr. Buchanan to the Congress of the United States, the first authoritative declaration of the domees- tic and foreign policy which the new &nbsp; President intends to pursue, has arrived. As far as regards the foreign relations of the United States,it expresses general congratulation. The difficulty arising out of the foreign enlistment question haying buen adjusted, Mr. Buchanan first notices the resumption of diploma- tic relations between the United Skates and Great Britain " by the appointment of a British Minister, who has been corr dially rec-ived." The personal no.i-ae. ceptabi ity ol' Sir J.F. Crampton, in cou ncqtion with the late depute, vyus the sole gi'ouud on which Mr. Pierce took the 8jmewhat strong and extraordinary step of delivering passports to the British Minister ; and now the whole matter has been amicably arranged by the appointment of Lard Napier, whose " acceptability" the new President in the most gra...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. INSOM ES r Cor/UT -rho following cases »ill bp heard betöre the Commissioner this day - Pnillip Hart, meeting for judgment, 1 redone \leunun the same, I-dward Chandler, ai, journed flrst geiieud meeting, mid adjourned meeting for dinclinrg , lohn Hjskcw, adjourned hrst meeting and foi di^ehirge, Ihos It Dak the sims, 11 ne» ioieph I'oilard hrst general meeting and for discharge , John Favcs, trat meeting. Conti or UESFRUL brssioxs --Th" Court was openel pro fo¡ 11 yestcrjav morning, pur suant to a ljourn tient I )»eph Hone, Fsq (Ghan nan ) and Altred Garie« were the ina »is tratLS present, and the Court was further ad «oumul till Mondi), the 5th of April Law - Mr llobtrt Johu I'uker, an articled clerk to Messrs Allpoif, Robeits, and Allport having passed his enamination, has bee» al mittcd as a Hirnstcr, Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor ot the Supreme Court ot las mina CBICKET-It appeals tint wo were m error ni stating tint the match between the Derwent and Ric...
LATEST FKOM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
LATEST FKOM INDIA. The Indian nowa by this]mail is'more satisfactory than what we have lately received. The British forces were | gradually inclosing the rebels, and en- vironing the kingdom of Oude. Luck-1 now had not been molested since the departure of Sir Colin Campbell, but remained entirely iu the hands of the insurgents, who were said to be in force there to tbe extent of 50,000 men. Sir Janies Outran), whom at last advices we left in occupation of an entrenched I position at the Alumbagh, had been attacked on four different occasions by, ! the rebels. He, however, repulsed them with great loss, the British casu- alties beipg very trifling indeed. Sir Colin Campbell had taken Furruckubad, and defeated the enemy in several en- gagements. Jung Bahadoor, the Ne paulóse Maharajah, after taking Gor ruckpore, had advanced towards Oude. The trial of the King of Delhi was I about to take place ; it was, however, [ certain that his life had been guaranteed to him, on the authority of ...
POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. Befare W, Tarloton, Esq., Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
POLICE OFFICE. TUE,SD,AY. Befare W, Tarloton, Esq., Police Magistrate. Night Charges.-Three drunkards were each fined 10s beingthe first offence, and two females were each fined 5s lor disturbing the peace. Before the '-Police Magistrate and A. Keiinerley Esq. SJipplifi'mj.-Catherine Smith was charged with stealiug cm the 15th ¡list. I one ulaek sill; mantle of the value of 25s the property of H.E. lusby of Liver- pool-street. ( The evidence disclosed tint the pr' soner carne to the shop about 3 0,'olock in the afternoon with a child in lier; arms ; she purchased «W calico, and (\ some knitting colton, ¡till asked to look Î at some mantles ; she looked at some si bi\t bought nene, and as she was leaving o the shop bite put one under the child's b clothes, which the shopman Mr. Belcher h found there concealed. k She was sentenced to six months, C imprisonrr.ent with hard labnr, ri Alexander Woods was oharged with w stealing on the I5,ch inst. one pair of ti bouts, the property of Geo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
BIRTH. On the 12th March, 1858, at Roseville, New &nbsp; Town, MRS. BREWER, of a Son. On Saturday, 13th inst., at Fitzroy Crescent, the wife of Capt. SANSOM, of the brig Dart, of twins - boy and girl. Mother and children doing well. &nbsp;
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 March 1858
STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY. THE T.5.N. Co's.STEAM.SHFP «'TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, " cn THUESDAY, 18th Mardi, at noon. CHAHI.ES TOBT, Manager T. S. N. Co March 2, ¡80S. Franklin Wharf, STEAM TO MELBOURNE. . .. TH R T.S.N. Co.'» Steam Shin f^. "CITY OF nOBART" m&t will leave for MEL BOUKNE on WEDNESDAY, the 24th Mardi, 1858, at 3 o'clock. CHAIU.ES TOUT, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 12. 1858. 122G Steam to Melbourne. THE powerful and favourite iron steamer "QUEEN'," J. B. Blackbourne, commander, will leave Launceston for Melbourne on THURS- DAY, the lSth March, at noon. Passengers ure requested to book them- selves and piy their passage money at the office of tbe undersigned, previous to em. barkation. For freight or passage, apply to WILLIAM JOIINSTONF, Agent. St. Jfihit'ßlreet, March 8. 127.1 For Geelong direct. ./l-v THE fine fust sailing schooner mm IKYING FISH, SÏFirtlëLUCAS, Master, will sail for tbu above pott with immediate...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWNARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 18 March 1858
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POR I' OF HOBART TOWN Aiinrvnn. March 17-Pilot, «eli, 113 tons, Jamieson, from Melbourne, I Ith ins:., with cargo.- Agent 11. Lipscombe. ^ EXrr.liED OUT. ~" Marah 17-Flying Fish, sell., 123 tons, Lucas, for Geelong. March 17-Tasmania (s.,) 285 tons, Clinch, for ¡jjduey. Passengers Mrs Morrison, Miss Fas«, Mr. Hvans and child, Mis. Cubitfc and child, Mrs Evans, Miss Ross, Mrs. Daniels and nine in tho steerage. CLEAItim OUT. Nil BAILIOT. March 17- Firo Fly, brig, for Melbourne niFOBTS. Pilot from Mclbo'ime, 120 prs. sashes, 53 doors, 23.00 ' fe. timber, l'fi cases bedsto.u's, 10 qr. casks brandy, 371 Imlf-cliostä tea, Crdor ; MO firkins butUr, d.0 chests ten, Goer. LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (nv ELîcinio TEEEOiiArn.) AIIRIVED. Nil. SAILED. March 17-Henry Reed, barque for London. Mareil IG-Titania (s.,) f.r Circular Head.