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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Itr.TAiE Pbioes. S. (1. I. Apples, per peck,. 1 0 ... 3 Beans, French, per quart. 0 C ... 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. 2 4... 0 Butter, potted, per lb. 1 C ... 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0 ... 1 Bacon, green, ditto. 1 2... 0 Cabbages, each . 0 4 ... 0 Carrots, per dozen hunches... 2 0 ... 0 Celery, per stjck. 0 6... 0 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 6 ... 1 CheeBe, English, (best) ditto. 1 G ... 1 Cucumbers, each . 1 6 ... 2 Ducks, couple . 6 0... 7 Eggs, per dozen . 2 0... 0 Fowls, per couple. 5 0... 6 Geese, each . 7 6... 8 Grapes, per lb. 0 4... 0 Jam, peril). 0 10... 1 Lard, common, per lb. 0 6 ... 0 1 Lard, hogs', ditto. 1 5 ... 0 Lemons, per dozen. 3 0 ., 0 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... 0 0 .... 0 Onions, per hunch . 0 IV ... 0 Potatoes, per lb. 0 1} ... 0 Parsley, per bunch . 0 1 ... 0 Parsnips, per bunch . 0 2 ... 0 Peas, per peck. 1 6 ... 2 Pears, per dozen . 2 0 ... 3 Pine Apples each. 1 6... 2 Plums, per quart. 0 6... 0 Tomatas, per doz. 1 0... 1 Turkies,...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Satarday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Satarday afternoon. The grain market has been more than U3uul!y dull throughout the week, sales having been few and limited. Wheat has been selling at last week's quota- tions 7s Gd to 7s 9.1 per bushel, but the litter figure could be obtained only for a very superior sample. Colonial oats were in good demand in the early part of the week at 6s. 6d. to 7s., but latterly the enquiry has been very slight. Bar- ley moves off readily when it comes into the market, but very little has as yet come in from t he country ; Cape fetches from 6s 6d. to 7s. 3d., and English from 7s. Gil. to 8s 6d. according to sample. Hiy has commanded a good business for some time, and there appears no slackness in the demand ; loose hay ex dibits an upward tendency, ranging from £6 10s. to £8 ; country pressed sells at £6 10s. to £7 LOs., and hydraulic pres-ied at £8 to £9 per ton accordjng to quality. Potatoes cora j in very slowly and prices li'ive undergone no alteration, £ IO...

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GENERAL INTEELIGENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

GENERAL INTüüiLIGEITOS. Mb. CoJHiissiosEit Browse.-It appears that this gentleman does " condescend to read tho Mercury" after all. We thought wo could persuade turn t> do so ! ltu nour states that lie has taken yre.it uuil>ra¿e at our strictures upon his notorious incapacity, and th it hu intends taking legal proceeding ¡ig dust us. We don't believe tue Com.nissiu 1er is " lix ir." We uro ! ! ! Jiui.VDlNO A.v InpjU.ueh_A correspaadüit of the Mount Alexande M il narrates the (bl lowii.g incident.-" A most singular in stance of wanton barbarity carne under my notice some two weeks ago. Having business which called me away frota homo ta a distant part of (ho country, and missing my road, I chanced to fall in witli a shepherd's hot, and riding up to tho entrance, un elderly mau mude his nppe .runes, and on asking liiin the way I required to go, I perceived he wits en- deavouring to prevent ino tram observing his fuco by every stratagem possible, which led m: still farther to «cru...

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

HOBAlir TO »Vii PltlCE OeltiitEXl'. ALS ANS rou T Eh. Ale Bus's, per hlid ... 8 IO o to 8 15 Allsopp*«, u'o. S lo O to It l8 Other Burton do .... 7 O o io o o Bvasi'» per dozen,. o 11 0 to o II Allsopp'* do. 0 1« 0 io o 11 Secón l-cl iss brands, do 0 S 0 lo o lo Porter, Taylor h pet hhd G 5 0 to (i lo Truman's do. 5 I) 0 to 5 lo Barclay's da uu»alable I 10 0 io o o Byas.'s qw per doz. Oil 0 io o II Second-class brands, do 0 S 0 to o lo HlsCUIT Colonial cabin, per cut.. I ß o to 1 lo Navy do, .-. 1 3 0 to 1 li Englishfancy.asstd p lb... 0 1 0 to u 1 BOOTS AM) SHOES Well assorted seasonable invoices.20 to 25 p.c. ailv. o o otoo o Do elastic sides.do....... o O otoo o Ladies' boot» do,do.o O Otoo o Girls'and Children's,ilo...'o O o to o o lien's uratertights unsablc o o o to o o Do. lace-ups and bluchers (unsaleable). o o o to o o Bini.DlNO MATERIALS Blicks colonial, per m 1 lo o to 1 15 Pire. 5 o otoo o Slates, Duchess'per m ...16 o o to o o Countess' do .14 0 O to 0 0 Lidies'do .12 0...

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AMERICA. THE MORMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

AMERICA. THE MORMONS. It only romains fur meto advert to] the menacing attitude of the Mormon rebeN, wlmra it is the intention of j the Government to chastise signally that is, if the American troops can leach them, which is exceedingly improbable, since Brigham Young and his infatuated dupes arc evidently about to migrate j once more-it is believed into the do tmiiimisof Mexico. The spirit ot mingled ] bl .splieiny and daring that antui'it i Vm> prophets of this extraordinary ¡íeop'e, I may be jugded of by the lonu.i, choice morceaux of uiormouite orator which were heard by Capt. Van V eet j during a visit he paid to Uti.Ii, " printed in the Dtseret Sews. .' I shal I treat," he sa^ s, " every amy and every armed company that attempt to came here as a mob." (The congregation responded " Amen.') *' You migut as well tell mo that you can mike hell a powder-house as to tell me that you could let an army in here and have peace, and I intend to tell und show them this if they do not k...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   PORT OF HOBART TOWN   ARRIVED, March 20-Trade Wind, ship, - tons, John stone, from the Quarantine Station, Impression Bay.     March 21-Ganter", ba-qae, 311 tons. Wal- ter*, from Mauritius 4th February, with canto. Mail-I package. Agents-Tondeur, Lern prière, & Co. j SATO'D. Marrb 20-Dart, brig, for Geelong. March 20-Jane, sell., for "¡yr.iiey. March 21-Southern Cross, barque, for South Seas, whaling. IMPOSTS. Cantero, from the Mauritius-5607 bags of snitar, 20 casks ram, 12 do molasses, 50 bags dates, 2000 gunny bags, Tondeur, Lempriere, and Co. LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. (BT ELECTMO TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED. March 20-Yarra, from Newcastle, N. S. W. March 20-Black Swan (s.) from Melbourne. | BAILUP. March 21-Royal Shepherd, (s) for Mel- bourne. VICTORIA SIUPPING. March l8-Jane, Schooner, from Hobart Town. March l8-Formosa, ship, from Mauritius, with 6172 bags of sugar. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. From the annual ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 22nd March, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

"OENEÈALPOST OFFICE, ri .. ." . , 22B4M»rcb,,lJ86í- j IlIF Matu will be doted at Hobart Town as ?oaW-tA 1' > <. -< v. ? i . i.»i» AdeWde »ml Sydney"tiA Melbourne, per first ttnel, on Wednesday next, at I p ra. For MiBtoarM, per City of ittoWrt, do, at . pjn. lo »vît -. >. -, . 8. T.< HU0nr«í,'J . 'fJHi'l'it. ' t' . ? .'?>". VatosmiXer: » > Va* Jar. Sydney and Adilaid* i«W onde »».>-«. tfab '«Og* and forwarded via Melb- bourne, by every steam vessel departing from .fahart Tow» or Iaonoaston. ,, ' "

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

To Let. BUTCHER'S SHOP, with Flxtmes ^ and a Chopping Machine«nd Filler "ent moderate. Apply at the " Man of Bou Inn" Liverpool-street. te 1397 Ladies' School, 02, H A M P D E N ROAD. MRS. & MISS BARBEH desire to inform the inhabitants of Battery Point, and others, that they have vacancies for four young Ladies as B arders, mid the same number of daily pupils References to the Parents of Pupils given. Terms modciate. Apply at Messrs Walch, Stationers ; and at the above address. ni 28 140S Wanted. WANTED a person of good character as PLAIN COOK and LAUN- DRESS. Apply at No. 113, Davey.itteet. m 24 To Let, 1'HE Old Established PUBLIC HOUSE called the .'Bundnghara Arms," sit« Wtcd io Murray-itotet, A. CUMMING " (Late Thomson & Coumino), Has just opened an assortment of NEW GOODS, which he is selling at Low Kates BLACK and COLOURED French MERINOS Mantles, Woollen Turnovers Mercery, Skirts, Prints Stays, Collars, Flowers Black Dress Caps Black and Culoured Doeskins Drab a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

TUESDAY, 23hb MARCH, o ' Stock at Broad Mar:li. BY MR."g~Â. KEMP, At'Hayley'» Yards. Pi ii ce of W.,le». B oat! 'Marsh, «4 12o'cluck, un 1 ULS.J Aï, 23.d March, ' ONE HUNDRED PRIME FAT WETHERS % -Three hundred fat ewes Four hundred Hore ewes Two pairs working bullocks Four milch cows 2-TThlee hundred two toothed ewes and . ii wethers { On« hundred fat ewes , wSix pairs working bullocks Twelve porkers, j , Terms as usual 1290 Four hhds. London Porter, more or less ,j damaged MESSRS. BURN AND CO. ^ ' Will sell by Auction " At their Mart, Elizabeth street, On TUESDAY next, the 23rd instant, at 11 o'clock, for the benefit of those concerned. TÍ10UR HHDS. TRUEMAN'S LONDON £ PORTER More or less Damaged. Terms-Cash. 1354 Tuesday 23rd March. Valuable building allotments at Kangaroo Point. 1 BRENT AND WESTBROOK, ara favoured with instructions ft oin the truste« of the late Dr. Scott to sell hy auc- tion, on the ground at Kangaroo Point, on Tuesday March 23rd at Len o'clock, The following val...

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THE MERCURY [PUBLISHED DAILY.] MONDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

THE MERCURY ÍPUBIíISUED DULT.] MONDAY, MARCH 22¡n>. 1858 Tub Sydney Morning Eerala ha» pub- lished ia its leading columns an outline of the "astonishing Colonial career" of the accomplished Mibanda. The cool manner in which he has walked into the affections of our neighbours certainly presents features which for daring im- pudence and consummate skill out herods Herod, It would bo difficult indeed to find a parallel to the brief and startling " coloni d career" of Mieanda, or to the strange string of events by which his schemes were aided. Much that did happen he had no doubt taken ¡ato his calculations, but there were nany circumstances attending hi» short .tay, circumstances which had they not occurred must have placed difficulties almost insurmountable in the way of his success, upon which he could not have calculated. In each of his bold and daring transactions fortune seems to have waited upon him for the mere purpose of ratifying his cunning. The frauds, amazing as they wer...

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THE GOVERNORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

THE GOVERNORSHIP. Mast of pur readers will have been taken by surprise at the announcement made by us on Friday, of the revocation by GlNSsUl MACABTOÜBpfhjs promise to »fiume the reins of GvyeramenJ jp t this Colony, and of the consequent de-1 termini«©*. jafiSïit...HEHnT Vpu*p to; mofa tKs advice.- of,-his re-pprisibre. a'd¿ vjsers, ipi forego for a ti ne htsinten ted visit'to lïnglimd.'i, A;,great many''sur- mises as to the real cau*e of this «udden revocation on^hepart^of General Ma -**»TH«n;-wêre 1^Tlo^trdun^g^l?RdayÎI«^J. Saturday, and various reasons have b-en »utrgestetl, . nly to be abandoned'as 'un-f tenable and improbable We have been st «of pains to-olioit^he real truth of the matter ; and, although we cann'it undertake io assert positively that we are correct, still we have every reason to believe that the fact« are as follow. On the receipt hy His Excellency of the despatch from the Secretary of State, sanctioning his visit to England, Sib Henry Young proposed to Co- lo...

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INDIA. THE FIRST THING THE BRITISH SAW IN DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

INDIA. THE FIRST THING THE BB1TISH SAW IN DELHI. Fancy, on the smoke clearing away at tbe assault, the first thing that met the horrified gaze of our brave troops was a European crucified, and a woman [a European] stripped naked, sore from head to foot, chained to a bastion, a raving maniac. Two European women were also fouud crucified. A rouud shot ended the miseries of tbe poor maniac. DEVILRY OF THE SEPOYS TO BRITISH WOMEN. Goverument is iu possession of infor- mation that n general rising of the native soldiery throughout India (with trifling exceptions) was fixed to take place on tbe 24th of May, the Queen's O nhday. The K.ing of Delhi was to have bud bis old empire, the Rajah of Moor snedabad was to get Onde, aud the ex Kiug of that province to get Bengal and Uehur. This plot was in concoc- tion ever since the annexation of Oude, aud even some months before it. Had the details been carried out as success- fully us the plan was skilful, not a Euro- pean would have been alive an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THF. T.SV Co.'- Steam S1.it. "CITY OP HOBART" «ill leau- for MEL flOURNE on WEDNESDAY, ihe 21th Mardi, lb58, at 3 o'clock. I'liAiu.FS Tout, jMiuingur, T. S. N. Uo. Franklin Wliarf, Mnreh 12. 1858. 1220 41 tsaS Port Esperance. MR. WHOLEGAN'S Boat will continue to moot the Culloden steancr at lJuon id, on TUESDAY, coming to town, mid on FRIDAY going to the Huon, ior the pnruo^e of conveying Passenger to and from the above port. Franklin Wharr, lSth Mardi, 1853. in 21 1352 Hay Pressers. WANTED, à pair of Hay Tresors for the country. Luttrell & Wise. Old Whaif, 16th March, 1858. 1330 t c "Wanted. A BAKER, one who understands small good*. . Apply lo, J. Williams, 1248 t c Gietn Ponds. T. P. Sirutu, Engineer and lïïachi nist 182, Liverpool Street,opposite ¡he fleil Lion. MACHINERY made mid repaired on the shortcut notice and on very mo- te terns. An apprentice wanted. <] Wanted TO PURCHASE a Good GOAT in full milk. Apply lo Mr. J. Pinner, Somer- set ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

. ií3dí^o,9Uí Huon Bubscribers. Mr- JOHN SYMMONS our Town Collector, will visit Browns' River, North-West ii ay, Huon Dis- trict, Ac., nest week hi ta« ¿»arpóse of collect'ns accounts doe to this office. We trust that Mr- Sym- mons' call will meet with a prompt response from our subscribers.

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. Before W. Tarleton Esq Police Magistrate Stealing pictures &c. - Johanna Slattery was charged with stealing on     the 13th instant, some pictures and other artivles valued at £13, the pro- perty of William Grant of Campbell- street. She was remanded till Tuesday       for the attendance of witnesses. Before the Police Magistrate and Thos. Giblin Esq. Riding on a dray.-James Tillyard of Glenorchy was charged on informa- tion by Mr. Sub Inspector Weale with   riding on his dray on the 4th instant at Glenorchy aforesaid. Constable Harvey deposed to seeing the defendant riding on the shafts of his dray on the day in question , there was no other person in charge of the dray; the spot where witness saw the   defeudant was within 5 miles of Hobart Town, about 100 yards on this side of the fifth mile stone; witness had pre- viously cautioned the defendant against ridin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 22 March 1858

DIED. On Friday, the 19th March, Henry Edwin, infant son of Mr. Joseph Witton, aged nine months.              

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 March 1858

Black Ball Line of British and Aus- tralian Packets- for Liverpool . Forwarding Passengers and Wool to London. The Clipper Ship SHOOTING STAR, 1375 tons oiegister, William _ Alcock, Commander, will be despatched from Melbourne, on or about the Gth of April. Apply to Kerr, Booie & Co. New Wharf. 23rd March, 1858. 3» 1418 For New Zealand. THE schooner HARP, J. Fisher, master, should tulBcient inducement offer. W. FlIBBR, m 24 1428 Morrison-street. To Bar-maids. TTTANTED n_Respectable Young Person as BARMAID). None but competent with unexceptii racter need nppl ticulars apply to W. W. Atth T" parties with unexceptionable reference! as to character need__npply. For farther par- I ., at this office. 1422 m 25 A Wanted, NURSEMAID. References required. Apply at No, 45 Murray.street, m 24 Prospect House, New Town. THE Remainder of the LEASE of this commodious and pleasantly situated mansion, which expires in October, 1859, is to be sold. The house is in every respect suitable for th...

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EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 March 1858

EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE. The plea set forth in the memorial is that the comparatively símil class who have had the benefit of superior instruc- tion as graduates of the universities, li- centiates of the medical colleges, mem- bers of the inns of court, students of the different schools of art, are not at pre- sent sufficiently endued with political influence, and that they ought to have more. Well, as far as the concession of a specific franchise founded on academic or professional qualification instead of tlte occupancy of a rated dwelling is concerned, we seo no objection either in theory or practice thereto. As a mere test of the possession of a given amount of property, it is palpable that a man who has expended several hundred pounds in fitting himself for his calling in after life is eminently entitled to exercise the suffrage without any other inquiry or condition. Let every such | man be registered where he dwells. Let him show to his less learned and accom- plished neighbour...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 March 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Fiée oîï Board the "RoYAt Ciia«teb." -The following statement of a fire on board this fine vessel has been handed to m by % passenger:_On Sunday afternoon the 2*th ot January, lat. 9° 33' north, long. 2*° 41' we<t,some of the second-class passenger* thought they percîived a «mell, as of something burning, and mentioned the matter to one of the steward« ; but so alight waa it, that it was believed ta arise from the oll-oloth on the table becoming warm from something hot being put upon it -, so this passed off without further notice. However, on the following morning, about * a. m-, an alarm of fire waa. raised. The Captain and officers wero very promptly at their several peats. The pumps fore and aft were qnickly got ready for action. On the after hatch being opened, the den«e smoke which poured forth left no doubt aa to the roility of the alarm. Some difficulty wa» experienced at first in discovering the seat of the fite, the hold being full of car...

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AN IMPERIAL ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 23 March 1858

AN IMPERIAL SOM ANCE. The Kin peí or Alexander II, a letter from St Pctcrsbuig states, has just been the hero of the following lntciesling adventure - "At a short distance from Warsaw, bet»ten that Mt) ind Liblin, the cn ruge in which his tnijesty was ti welling btokedown, mid ulule wainui; fot ii tu he repaired, the C/ vi' aslved for shcltt r /ioin the nwnir of a c ittti^c neal tile ki id Plie honours of the humille duelling »ore done with most pet feet ease hy the mistress, who, although »he cotisideicd that htr Visums weis n »bits, little imi^tticd th it she had under hi root the Cni^eroi mi his aidc-de camp She offend m the most grnuuns man ncr all that hci liouso alluded A convetsatiou »rose,and natuially tinned on the visit of the Empcior to Poland file Polish woman spuke of the Cztr mux snell pi ¡use that site was asked what she would do if the Prince, whom sim uppeaied to like so well, was evei to visit her cottage * The woman replied tint such a thing was iiitetly impossibl...

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