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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

CALIFORNIA. Fboat. San Francisco we have (by way of Sydney) papers to the 21st of Djcember, being 17 days later tim ii former advicas. Wa take the following items of news from the sumaiary of the Alla Cali- fornia : During the two weeks which have elapsed since the departure of the last mail steamer, copious rains havu con- fined to fall all over the St.ite, rejoicing alike tlio hearts of the miner, the mer- ! chant, and the agriculturist. The " dry diggings," as they are tanned, are now abundantly supplied with ths aqueous element, so iudispeusably necessary to the development of the aurilerous re- sources of Jtheminer.il districts. Interior journals give glowing accounts of the success of miners, and speak hopefully of the future. The farmers are already busily employed ploughing and sowing, and as there is little damage done by winter frosts in California, there need be no apprehensions entertained from their .otherwise premature labors, A district judge, in the northern part of ...

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BOTHWELL. (From our own Correspondent.) March 17th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

BOTHWELL. (From our own Correspondent.) March 17th, 1858. During tho last fortnight the weather lins baeii very hot, mid tim bush lins been on lire in every direction. Tho Clydo is now a mero trickling stream, tim little water Hint run; in its bed having become quito turbid from the settlers using it for irrigation and other pur» poses ; indeed it is really unwholesome, nnd sick ne« lins been very prevalent in consequence. Several piltry garden robberies have beeu com mitteJ lately ; but, although our active C.l).Ci iM'ü ninnes knows the parties well, he has not been able to bring tho thefts home to them. They had better beware. These »etty robberiog are not committed from want, but from an in- herent love of pilfering;. A splendid rain com- menced yesteiday morning, and continued the whole of the day. The weather is now cool and pleasmt, with every appearance of its continu ance.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN ARRIVED. March 19-City of Hobart (s.,) 363 tons, Bentley, from Melbourne 17th inst., with sheep and sundries. Passengers Mrs Bushall, Mr W Kaye, Mr G Miles, Miss Lake, Dr Sheels, Mr Hooker, Misses Carandini, Master Carandini, Mr F P Stevens, Mr Sumner, Mr Carfrae, Mr Highton, Mr G Wilson, Mr Lempriere, Mr Facey, Mr Cohen, Mr J Solomon, Mr R Lewis, and twelve in the steerage-Mail 1 bag, 1 par- cel, 22 loose letters. Agent C. Toby. CLEARED OUT. March 19-Dart, brig, 134 tons, Sansom, for Geelong, with cargo. Passengers-Captain Archer, Captain Bowden, and 6 steerage. March 19-Jane, schooner, 143 tons, Howard, for Sydney, with cargo. Passengers-4 in the steerage. SAILED. March 19-Tasmania, (a), for Sydney. March 19-Flying Fish, schooner, for Gee- long. IMPORTS. City of Hobart from Melbourne-1 port- manteau, Bilton ; T small case, Oliphant; 100       kegs nails, Harcourt, 13 cases cheese, Wilkins ; &...

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CLARENCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

CLARENCE ELECTION. The Nominations for the Election of a Member for the District of Clarence hive not been published in the journals. We do not know for what reason this has been omitted ; more especially as we find that the Nominations for the Cambridge Fleet on have been duly announced by Mr Wilmot. The following were the gentlemen who nominated the Candi- dates :-Mr Edward Abbott wa« nomi- nated by Messrs. Fielder and Chipman -the same as nominated Mr. Burgess ; Mr Dawson has been nominated by Missrs. Askin Morrison, John Murdoch, William Rumney, George Joseph, and Thomas Watson. We would remind our readers that the Polling takes place ou Monday next.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Inactivity prevails in the grain mar- ket. Wheat is-still quoted at 7s. Gd. to 7s. 9d., but the sample must be very superior to realize tho latter figure. Colonial oats are dull, the enquiry hav- ing füllen off, but tho quotations are still given nt Cs. Gd. to 7s. per bushel. Barley has experienced no change in price, Capo realizing from 6s. 8d. to 7s. 3d , and English 7s. Od. to 8s. Cd. according to sample. Hay is in fair demand with nn upward tendency, loose and country pressed hay ranging from £6 10s. to £8, and hydraulic pressed from £8 to £9 per ton according to quality. Very little doing in potatoes, nnd previous prices still obtain, £.10 to £ 12 per ton according to sample, Onions have again declined and were quoted tooday at £14 to jC16 per ton. The flour market is especially dull. Flour from the best colonial wheat ia .till quoted »t £17 to £19 per ton »coord.. ing to quantity. Bran fetches 2s. Sd. to 2s. 6d. per bushel, and shar...

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THE REVENUE. (From the Home New.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

Til 13 lilSVEN'UE. ("From tim TTnmti ~Ni>mt\ The revenue returns for the quarter eudiug the 31st December show a de crease in almost all the heads of taxa- tion, though this decrease is not to be ascribed to nuy diminution of the re. sources of the couutry, but to tempo- rary circumstances. Indeed, the chief cause of the decrease miy alford su'jeit tor satisfaction, being attributable to the reduction of taxation. In the Cus- toms tho decrease upon the quarter is £642,157, and applies to almost every briñón of Customs revenue. The finan- cial crisis, of course, had ii very injuri« ous effect ; but, independently of this, a reduced duty has been levied upon tea and sugar. lu the Excise the actual. decrease is £47iO00; but this is more apparent than real, beenuse, owiug to the pressing representations made to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, he con seuted to allow a postponement of the p lymeiit of an instalment of hop duty from Novomber till February uexr. This payment would have ...

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MORMON BEBELLION. — ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY U.S. TROOPS KILLED. (From the Alta California. Dec. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

MORMON BEBELLION. - OtfE HTJNDBED AND EIGHTY U.S. TROOPS KILLED. ("From the Alta California. Dec. 21.") By the steamer Commodore, which arrived on the 4th, we are in receipt of the following despatch from Fortland, Oregon : Portland, Nov. 27th, 1857. Editors ALTA ,-By the steamer Moun tain Buck, which arrived yesterday from   the Cascades, we have a report that an express had arrived from Colonel John- son, of the Salt Lake expedition, with intelligence that the Mormons had cut off his train, and kilted 180 of his men, and he had been forced to retreat. The above news was sent to Colonel Steptoe, at Fort Walls Walls. IMPORTANT FROM THE MOR. MON COUNTRY. Nichols and Co,'s Express. The above we publish as it came to us, and our readers are as capable of judging of its reliability as ourselves. We can only say that all former reports warrant the belief that such an occur- rence has taken place. We were favored last evening with a visit from W. H. Wilson, Esq., with &am...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

THE MERCURY fPlIBLISUED DAItT.] 8ATUEDAY, MARCH 20th. 1858. The news which has come to hand per European is of a chequered character. There aro some spots in it which are undoubtedly bright and hopeful, there aro others again which are black and dismal. Still, on a review of the whole we are disposed to think that the cheer- ful «pots preponderate. At three or four of these "spots" we intend to glance. There are but few events that happen out of which some lesson cannot be learnt, some wisdom extracted, some warning taken. The magnitude of these events is of itself sufficient to command our deepest attention and our most earnest thought. At a period of the world's history when men are loud in their con- gratulations at the march of civilization and at the spread of the benign influen- ce» of religion ; when learning and sci- ence are making prodigious strides towards universal dominion ; when en- lightenment and knowledge atmosphere the greatest portion of the globe we inherit ; at ...

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. Before W. Ta[?]leton Esq. Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. Before W. Tailcton Esq. Police Magistrate. Night Charges.-Four drunkards, three men and one woman-werej each fined 10s\ There were no disturbers of the peace on the sheet. Sureties of the Peace.-Ellen Chute complained of her husband, Michael Chute, of Adelaide-street, with using to- wards her the following threatening language:-"Every time I meet you, I'D make it a warning to you, and knock your brains out :" and as she feared he would do her some injury, she prayed that he be bound over to keep the peace. The complainant was asked, if she would withdraw the information on a promise by the defendant not to molest her ? She replied, that she wanted him to maintain herself and her child, but above all she wished him to be bound over to keep the peace. She the» stated, that on Saturday night week, her hus- band came home, something the worse for drink, and wanted something to eat, but she had nothing for bim, and no money to procure anything, 'flin com- plainant ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

VICTORIA. By tho City of Hobart vro have received our files ol' Melbourne journals to the 17th instant. The elections for the New Ministry were to commence on the 18th. This will be the third time dunns the la.-t 12 months that Alelbourno legislators have been compelled to go to their Con- stituencies through changes in the Government of the Colony, Mr. Miller and Mr. Harker are both opposed. Tl(0 ortty'ps fur tho Turf Club March meeting were made }nst night at Tattersall'« hotel. There w.19 n moderato muster of our turf celebrities and amáteme, and the prainiso of good sport nest week, from the large number of horses pntprpd, wits heartily welcomed. Tlw ll*t °t entries is jjivoi) 'n «îjoilicr polRinn J »ntl »" ttddi tion to tho events iilrpiuly advertised, thero will bo n unod .« supplementary programme" for winding np the week well,- aera d. Yesterday evening the ministerial candidates, Mr. Chapman, »s Attorney Gtncral, Mr. Harker, a« Treasurer, und Dr. 'Evans, bb Postmaster Gener...

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THE PLUNDER IN DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

THE PLUNDER IN DELHI. A letter from a Soldier says :-" For a description of the riches of Delhi, my pen is inadequate. Cashmere shawls, inlaid with gold, bodices covered with gold lace, skirts of dresses, watches, bars of gold, beds of silk and down, auch as no nobleman's house in Englnn'i could produce-yon would see Sikhs carrying out of Delhi the first day as if they were almost nothing. A shawl which in England would cost £100, they were selling for four rupees, and you may depend our fellows were not behind them. It is supposed the Rifles will go to England with iipwnrds of £1000 each though General Wilson has issued an order that the prizes shall be all put together and. divided. Most of our men are worth up wards of 100 rupees." The following is from Allahabad, da- ted 11th January, 1858 : " About 3 o'cloca.m. on the morning of the 8th, a soldier of H.M. 79th, com- posing one of the guards over the pris- oners in the Flirt, blew hit brains out. I have not heard the cause of hi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. The Fine Fast Sailing Ship DOMINION, A 1,13 year« ; W. J. Green, Commander, will sail to the above Port, with despatch ; and presents a favourable opportunity to hhinpers of Hay. fee. ; hi« first rate accom- modation for Cabin and Steerage Passen- ger». , For terms of Freight and Passage, | apply to the Captain on board ; or to Wm. Crosby & Co., New Wharf. March 20th, 1858. 1390 m 25| MELBOURNE LINE OF PACKETS' | FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT. THE fim» First Class Schooner ] .'P Ï L O T," S. Gi Jamieson, Master, ii 115 tons; will sail for the I above port, on Thursday next, the 25th March. For freight or passage, applv to ' H Lipscomub, Murray-strrei Hobart Town, March 19th, 1858. m 24 138(5 On Sale GOOD KATION SUGAR, 3*d per lb cash, or 4d per lb six months' credit. Good Black Tea, 10'd per packet. Strong 3 bushel sacks I R. Drury. Liverpool-street COLONIAL and ENGLISH RYE GRASS j Italian Grass Carrot and Globe Onion Seed, te R. Drury.I i Wanted i A good Kitchen G...

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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. We have, via Sydney, papers from Honolulu, to the 14th January inclu- sive, but find little extraetablj matter likely to prove of interest ; The elections for the Hou^e of Re- presentatives wera going on, and seemed to be creating a good dual of excitement. The returns appeared rather unfavor- able to the present Administration, although the latter were freely chargod with having attempted to influence the elections. The Parliament was to meet in April, The lands fronting the harbor which have been, in fact, redeemed from the sea, and are known as the " Water lots," were to bo sold oif for warehousing pur- poses, subject to a condition that the buildings should be uniform. The plan for these buildings somewhat rcsemble3 the old colonnade in Bridge-street, Sydney, except that the warehouses arc on a larger scale, each having five win- dows in the - upper story. The coloa nade is to be 12 feet wide. Produce seemed to be cheapening. Irish potatoes from Maui were said ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

INDIA. , A letter from Dinapore says-tiro .Sepoy« w<|j convicted m mutineer»} one sentenced »o be transported and the other to be hanged. By mistake they hung the wrong man first, and then the other after-but it is consolatory to know that the sepoy who was hung by mistake and who gloried in it, confessed to having killed a Judge, his wife and two children. The following is from Allahabad, dated 14th January : -, «* The 2nd Dragoon Guards came in this morning, 1,000 strong, and are en- camped on the maidaun in front of the Fort i this Regiment as well as the 7th Hussars leave in three days for Cawn pore, preparatory I fancy to going to lucknow, to polish off the Budmasbus in and around that City. The regi- ment, mustering six squadron«, were reviewed yesterday by the Brigadier; they had a mo«t imposing appearance, and considering the short time they have been mounted, manoeuvred remarkably steady. " Have you heard that before Sir Colin entered Futtyghur, he sent a ' Canny...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Tbe City of Hobart loft Hobson'« Bay at 2 25 p.m. on Wednesday tbo 27th hist, and arrived at the Franklin Wharf at 3 30 F v. yesterday. She had strong southerly winds for tho greater part of her passage, saw the Eclipso and William Hill in Banks' Straits bound to tbo westwards and tho Kingfisher, barque, bound for Ilobnrt Town. Captain Bentley also rcpurts tbatthe Black Swan (s)from Launceston arrived at Mclboarno on Tuesday night last, and put her mail on board the Emeu, K.M. steamship, which bad been detained by the authorities until the morning of the 17th inst. Tho Royal Charter, from Liverpool, 62 days out arrived at Melbourne'just u the City of Hobart wai leaving. Tlie Eclipse nilèd from Port Albeit for this port on the lita. Til» Vary Ann hence arrived st Port Alberton, tbe »to, a I The Flying Fish salted yesterday morning foi , Geelong. She will call at Swan Island, Kent Group, and Goose Island, having on board H B. Tonkin Esq., one of the wardens of ...

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THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRIN- CESS ROYAL. The following is the official announce- ment of the Court arrangements in con- nection with the approaching marriage of their Royal Highnesses the Princess Royal and Prince Frederick William of Prussia :- The marriage ceremony of her Royal Highness the Princess Royal and Prince Frederick William of Prussia will take place at the Chapel Royal, St. James's, on Monday, the 25th of January. There will be present on the occasion, besides the royal family-his Majesty the King of the Belgians, their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Brabant and the Count of Flanders, their Royal High- nesses the Prince and Princess of Prussia, Prince Frederick Charles (nephew of the King, son of Prince Charles), Prince Albert (brother of the king), Prince Charles Albert (son of Prince Albert), Prince Adalbert (cousin of the king), and the Prince of Hohenzollern Sigma- rengen, their Royal Highnesses the Grand Duke and Duchess of Badan, and   Prince William of Ba...

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A NEW CAUSE CELEBRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

A NEW CAUSE CELSBitE. Tun criminal tribunal of Rouen has lately been engiged in one of those causes célèbres winch cultivate the powers of credibility and indispose a wise m m from oitiï disbelieving in improbibility. It is o le of those causes which reduce the m )»t complicated plots ol' B il/.ac to reasonible dimensions, layinj; bare some hidden springs of n iture which startle us both by tneir novelty and their pa- tent re ii ¡ty. The story is involved in but little mystery. The principal feature --a murder-is confessed by the mur- derer. Madamo de Jeufosse is the widow of a cavalry officer, dwelling in her o.ivu chateau at the village of St. Aubin-sux Qaillou ; she has two ¡sons and a daughter, Blanche, a you.ig lady now about 19 years of age. With the family resided a governess named Laurence Thuuzery, about one year older than Mademoiselle de Jeufosse. In tho immediate neigh- bourhood lived a d'u-rcputable kind ol' French "squireen," named Guillot-a, married mau-between whom a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

STÈÂÏff TO MÈLBOUEtfS. THr.T.S.N. Co,'-. Steam SMn ,^ "CITY OP HOBART" Aag* will leave for MEL. BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 21th March, 1858, at 8 o'clock. CiiAiiLLS Tour, Mnnaget-, T. S. N. Go. Franklin Wharf, Mareil 12. 1S5S. 1Ü20 Pott Esperance. MR. W HULEO AN'S Boat will cohtlmte to mod ihe Culloden Eloancr at IJnon Island, ou '1UESDAV, coming to town, and on FRIDAY going to the Huon, lor tlio purpose ol' convej in g Passeiigua to and iio.n the above pnri. Franklin Wharf, lSth Mardi, lSâS. m 21* 1852 Hay Pressera. WANTED, a pair of Hny Pressera fur the country. LuîTRt'I.l. & Wins. Old Wltttif, 10th Mmch, ISM. 1330 t o ' IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURISTS AND GARDENERS. KÏTRATE~OF SODA. OX SALE AT TUE EXCHANGE WAREHOUSE, CoU'ms-stieet, OA CASKS NITRATE OF ¿U SODA. This invaluable article has proved its excellent qualities as a mairaie, and also as the destroyer of grubs and other in- sects, and lus come into such general use in England, Iieland, and Scotland, where its properties h...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

MARRIED, On the 18th last, by the Rev. John Downes, Knox's Church, by special licence, Edward   Samuel Chapman, Mariner, of the Monarch steamer, to Ann Neill, Hobart Town. DIED, On Friday, 19th instant, James Alexander, second son of Robert G. Rae, Master Mariner, aged 2 years and 6 months. On the 18th inst. at his residence the Kentish Hotel, Oatlands, Mr. Charles Madden. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral, which will take place on Monday, the 22nd, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 20 March 1858

TUESDAY, 23itD MARCH. Stock at Broad Marsh. BY MR. G. A. KEMP, . At Bayley'« Yards, 1'rii.ce of Wales, Brord Marsh, at 12 o'clock, on TUESDAY, 23rd March, ONE HUNDHE 1) Pill ML FAT WETHERS li, . Throe hundred fat ewe« Four hundred fiore ewes Two pairs working bullocks ^ , Four milch co» s ' Three hundred two toothed ewes and wethers One hundred fat ewe« .' ' ." Six pairs working bullocks ' Twelve pothers. 3 ' Tern» as usual 1290 THURSDAY 22>d APRIL. ..j,Vcry Desirable Farm of Four Hundred ' " and Twenty Acres in one of the most .., . thriving Districts in the Island. MR. GRAHAM! i Is favoured with instructions from iho Pro- prietor, Mr. John Biri e-, of the Apsley Meadows. Great Swanport, toSell by Pub- lic Auction, nt the Pier Hotel, Swansea, on THURSDAY, the 22nd April. THAT *"Bf nut'ful rnd Much-admired, FARM, knnwn ni the APSLEY MEADOWS, Great Swanport, and within a few miles of , the Frre Port of Bicheno, containing about 420 acre«, f0 of which are under «mltivn tion and sub...

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