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THE MARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

THE MARINE CABLE. A Meeting of the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce will bo held at 3 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of urging upon the government the advi sability of accepting the Tender of Messrs. Macnaughtan and Co. of Laun- ceston, for laying down the Marine Cable from Cape Grim to Cape Otway. The throwing up of the contract by Mr. Oppenheimer has been a theme of uni- versal regret amongst the mercantile community, who naturally feel very anxious that they should enjoy the same privileges of instantaneous communica- tion with Victoria, as tnat which will shortly be enjoyed by the other Austra- lian Colonies. To the Firm now tender- ing no conceivable objection can be possibly offered, not even by those who are so anxious to stigmatize Mr. Oppeiî UEiMEit's contract as "a job." If the Ministry do not act with firmness and self-reliance in this matter, we are likely to bo left without a Marine Cable at all. After having accepted one contract, it would be tho height of ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identity oui opinions with thoa.! of j our Coricspoudcnts To the Editor of the Uoba-t Tow i Daily At LI eui 1/ Bro id Marsh, ¿Qth March 1858 I lib old g uno awaiti Hie liroad M irsh Church has been without its Cleigyinm agiiuiortwo Suidajs following 1 think I Mr Lditor it ia a tory lurd cas» after «h it | ti.iv do attend, and go ¡>o ma i> mile-1, thus to bo deputed ot att nding Dmiu bLrvicc beciiisl the Clergyman foi ¡.ima ica-oii best - known to li insi.lt thus negkus tj make hu ] i appeal am. 1 imagine he dies not oui t to c ill (or his s ita y which w. are d uly taxed to pa) Now I tlimk it is a great shame out of 2(U inhabitants bulon'iu.; to the Church, thut thjre is no ai average of 10 attend. Wliure does the blame rest , sure'v it mujt be t'no igh the b id txaui.ile shown the n bv the Rev Mi Dill. 1 remain Mr. Eoitor, Your obedient Servant, Y.Z.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOW[?] ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. pour of iioDAiir towx-. AiimvrtD. March 30-Glencoe, barque, 1C0 tons, White, from I'ort Albeit, 23rd in>t., with 70 cattle; pnssO'igera-Mrs Graves mid child. Agents, IJoys «t Hall. Marali 30- Wco Tottic, bric, 1G1 tousjtanvn, from Melbourne, 24th instant, with cargo ; 1 stccrago passenger. Agents, '1'. 1). Chapman & Co. March 30-Tauinr, sell., l18 torn, Pie, from Melbourno 21t!i iiutaut, with cargo. Agent H. Lipscombe. ^ Much 30-Jfwauarie, »eh., 190 toni, Harris I ../'AclUil ¿.'ii son,"lÏOTn~Port" Albert 21rd instant, with 46 cattle Mail-lWc'l Agents-W. A Uuei don ¿Co. > br . "> "'>.' ''I -1 'T ETTEMiD OUT. 1 I Nil. Ii ' T ckeabbd orr. March 30-Cliesierholmo, ship, 7G1 tons, Evan«, for Calcutta, with horses Pnssongei - Mr Hewitt. " S1ILBD March 29-Mous un, barque, for Melbourne _IMlortTS Wea Tottie, from Mclbottrno-221 bi^s cofleo, Tondeur «t Co, 50 c'iests ten, 165 half do 19a ciscs briudy, A Wilkins, 13 cases vanusli, ill casVs' dil, fond...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ? YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. No1 muoli ha3 been doing in the giain mukot to-day. Who it is gonei illy quoted at 7s Cd per bushel, though a voiy supeuor sample will fetch 7o. 9d Tho demand foi colonial oats is veiy slack, and 6,. 61 is tho luhng quota- tion. Cipo bailey' is lequucd tor seed and good samples fetch 7s. «mci 7s 3d. English buley is in good demand and sells leadily at S». to Ss GI ; asm ill quantity was sold to-day at 8s Od Hay commands a steady sale, looso hiy fetching lrom cC7 to £8,cr>uiitry piesscd ¿C6 10s to £7 10-. ,and hydiaultc pieced fiom £8 to £8 10s pjr ton accoidmg to quality. Potatoes meet with lair enquiry at £10 to £12 per ton hut aie veiy scaice. Onions aie rather dull,aud ai o still quoted at £16 to £18. Theie is no luiskicss in the iloui mai kel, nothing doing beyond the usu ii amount for local consumption. Flour dom the best colonial u heat leahses £17 to £19 per ton accoidiug to quantity Bran bells îeidily at 2s 3 I, to 2s GI per ...

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THE ASSESSMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

THE ASSESSMENT. This Day has been fixed for bearing the Appeals against the new Assessment. There has been a considerable number of notices of Appeal left with the Towk Clebk, but some of them, we are in« formed, were not delivered until after the period prescribed by law. We can ne no object to be gained by rejecting these appeals on that account ; indeed we should consider such a step positively mischievous. lu taking a new assess- ment it could not be expected but that aome errors would be fallen into ; and it would be monstrous to perpetuate hoso errors merely because they were . oointed out a few hours sooner. Let us 'iave tne aS8ea8mellt as equitable can jje . ^ ind ia order to secure this let every a¿peul be considered, and the errors wherever tbe^ e"isfc rectified. We believe the Magtb.trate8 wfll at once recognise the wisdom of ¿dopting this course. The rejection of som«* oí »bese uppeals, on the plea that notiee han not been given to the Town Cjeswí in time, will bave the ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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THE MERCURY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31st, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

THE MERCURY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31st, 1858. . ÏH1 Municipality hos issued a notice, which will be found in another column, informing the public of the appointment < of Mr. Glosai Thomas as Inspector of balaam«, weights, and measures ; and notifying that all persons can have ac - oom to tho standard weight« at certain . hour» named in order to the adjust- ment of those in their possession. We gave a prominence to this subject not ' very long ago, believing as wo did, and still do, that a very large amount of wrong is being unintentionally ioflicted . opon the poorer classes, by the con- tinuai employment of deficient balances, weights, and tnoasures. There are diffi- culties we know in the way of the new Inspector of weights which are well ?. calculated to interfere with the vigorous ' discharge of hit duty. The laws upon this subject have become almost a dead letter. Every now and theo the late Inspector would lay a few informations, ' but they were intended more as a warn i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

East Coast-Regular Trader. *-.=R3r THE SCHOONEIt £ff**3K. BOIN DEE, A 1, ^¿'iTfifflS» James Qugstbd, Muster, ^¿'ï£g£p Will leave the Dock for the East Coast, calling at Spring Bay, Prosser'« Bay, Great and Little Swanport, on THURSDAY nexMhe 1st April,at3 o'clock p. ni., (weather permitting.) For freight or passage, apply to the Master on boaid, or to Isaac WnloiiT. Now Wharf, March 29, 1858. t & w 1548 TTTifiiiiHiä»1' EAST COAST. Calling at Swansea, Bicheno, and Falmouth. THE Regular Trader FLYING SQUIlt KEL, 12'j tons burthen, will sail ou SATURDAY next the ord proximo. For Freight or Pussage, apply to Chapman & Thomas, New Wharf, 3lst March 1858. a 2 15GS Wanted a Situation as Clerk, &c. A MIDDLE-AGED MAN and an expe- rienced Accountant, &c., would ac- cept of ¡my employment of a light nature in town or euuntry ; can produce goad testimo. nuls, and would be satisfied with a moderate i enumeration. Address A. B, office of this paper. 15G7 m 30 Wante...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

!.! »dJíwA, » f ' ' ' J> '. ' t - i > THOMAS ' PERKINS T*" WAI offer by Public Auction, at St. "* Andrew's Ion, Cleveland, on TUESDAY, 1 90th instant, at 11 o'clock. ,, AN ALLOTMENT of LAND, contain. /\ ¡ng 3 roods 4 perches, in the best part of the township of Cleveland. i,,, Tide deduced from Giant from the Crown. 1,,,'... i i 'lenna liberal, at talc. v"*' IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE. "¿EST Conséquence of Friday next being i<ti< i Good Friday, the General Merchandize ('»^Safe'of the undersigned, at their Mart Í',K ..VoUini-atreet, will take place on THURSDAY, the 1st APRIL, ., A ¡jcomjmsing several extensive shipments of good«, slightly damaged by sea water, i'l'i,yforthebene6t of the underwriters; as- sorted groceries, and miscellaneous mer- chandise, particulars of which will appear ' ' in Monday's issue. i Wm. A. Guïbdon & Co., Auctioneers. Collins-street, March 26,1858. «' ' TUESDAY, 6th APRIL. Additional Stock at Richmond. MB. O. A. KEMP, Will ...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Insolvent Comw.-The following cases will be heard before tho Commissioner to-diy : Phillip Hurt, special meeting for tho election of a permanent assignee. John Unnis, first meeting ; Ueiinis White, the same. John Eaves, adjourned first meeting, and meeting for discharge. James Joseph Pollard, adjourned first general meeting, and adjourned meeting I for discharge. .Yfluoíirn/ jJ'í Q . woj_ -BoWEBS OF~CôEd>fKR -Too opinions ôTTho law officers of the erin i haï e boen torn arded to the Police Mnçutrito, an icforenco to the powers and jan» liction cf Coroner* au I mon. particular!) us to the r authority to hold uiqni.sU on fires this opinion is adverse to the pr c tico hitherto pu sued in tho lattei respect, an I rho cILct will ho the discharc,o rf tho fcimlcs Morley inlMilsoi oh rged with wilful ant conuptp rjury nhtuoto Jacob King, nul ni c iiincc"aoii willi tho fuo m \\ itelinin streot I ho defend ints who lune been admitted to b ii will be formally brought b...

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INDIA. RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR. (From the Friend of India, 14th Jan.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

INDIA. RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR.   (From the Friend of India, 14th Jan.)   The year 1857 found India at war. During 1856 England had once more been alarmed by the progress of Russian conquest towards India. The Persians had occupied Herat, and it was neceä sary for the second time to compel them to surrender their acquisition. On the 15th November, 1856, a squadron com- prising sixteen vessels, with 5000 men of all arms on board, sailed from the harbour of Bombay. On the 10th De-   cember, Bushire was seized ; Karrack had previously been occupied, and the Persian war may be said to have begun. Early in the year Sir James Oatram was gazetted Commander-in-Chief and Pleni- potentiary in Persia, with powers which overrode those ol' the Government of India, and General Havelock selected to command a division. Au army transport corps was organized at Bombay. The staff was re-organized. Arrangements were made for levying an immense hldy of Arab horse, u...

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INDIAN LOANS. WE extract the subjoined article from the Economist of January 9th: [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

INDIAN LOANS. We extract the subjoined article from the Economist of January 9th : . " The question of Indian finance ia assuming a more important and practi- cal shape, not so much from the fact that it is intended to change tho form of the , Indian Government at home, as from | tho fact that, whatever the form of Go- vernment may be, money will be re- quired for the servico of India to a con- siderable amount during the coining year, over and above the ordinary in- come, even though it should not be diminished below its usual amount-a result which few will be sanguine etioush to hope for. But what we wish first to impress upon our readers is that, whatever changes may be made in rela- tion to the form of the authority by which the Govcrmnout of India is in future to be controlled at home, that will make no difference as to the essen- tial forms, manner, conditions, or se- curity upon which auy loan required for the service of India will be contracted. It is intimated, and we belie...

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

TO THE PUBLIC. THE PROPRIETOR of this Journal     respectfully reminds those who have   signified their intention of subscribing   to the Mercury, and those who may desire to subscribe, that the new Quarter will commence on the 1st proximo. Advertisers are informed that the Mercury enioys a circulation superior to the whole of the other Hobart Town Journals combined. The Mercury's Books are open to the inspection of any bona fide Advertiser in corrobo- ration of this fact. Mercury Office, 24th March, 1858.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

.! <. STEAM TO SYDNEY, i '; VU" TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co'« STEAM.SHIP "TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY- via TWO FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR- DAY, 3rd April, at NOOK CHAitr/Eg Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co March 27, 1858. Franklin Wharf. 14G8 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.'« Stenm Ship «'CITY OP HOBART" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7th April, 1858, at 3 o'clock. Chab1íE8 Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 20, 1858. 1518 Steam to Melbourne WEEKLY TRIPS. THE favourite rapid and powerful steamer "QUEEN," J. B. Blackbourn, commander, will punc- tually be dispatched from the Queen's Wharf, Launceston, for Melbourne direct, «a Thursday next, 1st April, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Berths secured, and passage money paya- ble at the office of the undersigned. William Johnstone, Agent. St. John-street, March 27. Black Ball Line of British and Aus- tralian Packets, for Liverpool. Forwarding Passengers and Wool .to London. The Clipper Ship SHOOTING s...

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POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

P 0 L.I C E OFFICE. TUESDAY. Before W. Tarleton E>q. Police Magistrate, and A. Keauurly, Esq. Night Charges. - Seven drunkards were each fined 10s, and four brawlers 5s each, for disturbing the peace. Mary Siveeny, a tieket-oi'-leavo holder, was sentence 1 to seven d iy¡>' solitary confine- ment, for using bad language A Ouse Dismissed.-Ann James, a smart-looking little woman, was charged by Constable Riley with using bad lan- guage in the public street the previous night, by bestowing upon the police in a very loud tone, a very uncomplimentary epithet. Constablo Coss corroborated the statement of Constable Riley. The defendant, who denied the charge, J made a statement bo the following effect : Sho had left her home after 10 o'clock, to meet her husband returning from his work ;, on her way, Constable Riley " poked his head" under her hood, and said: ''I want you, my lady." Mrs. James remoustrated with the constable, and told him he must be mistaken, when he and his companion...

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THE 12TH REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 31 March 1858

THE 12th REGIMENT.   Our contemporaries were in error in stating that the officers and men of the 12th Regiment had been ordered for Melbourne. The head quarters only have been requested to hold themselves in readiness to embark, and will embark in all probability, by the next trip of the Tasmania for Sydney, and not for Vic- toria, as erroneously stated. This will necesitate our parting with Colonel PERCEVAL, Dr. Dick, and the Band. As these gentlemen are going away, we do not wish to write one unkind word concerning them. To say that we shall regret their absence, would be to say what wo do not feel, and what it is just possible we shall not feel. The splendid Band, however, will be a loss. We should have been well satisfied to have kept them here. It is rarely that a blessing comes but what it is accompa- nied by some drawback, and so has it been in this case. These gentlemen will be the first military officers who have left our shores without any regret being felt a...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

CHINA. We linvo received a copy of the Hong- kong Daily Pias, of 10th february, being twenty.six days later than previous advices r» ma this p iper it appeals, that an am- nesty nad been entered into, so as to allow time for communicating willi the Emperor The only inform ition we have upon the subject however, is contained m the follow- ing Lxtncr, which wo copy from the Pi ess Hie people generally have no conn leuce whatever m the amnesty, and no seivints can be got, neithei can business an unge- rn nts he nndc with any of the Chinese who used to be associated with foreigners In the prisons have bom found troces of five ruropeans, who hid hoon incarcerated, .md who had died, eithei fiom ill-treatment or the effects of poison, One of the e was u sappei, who was missed m Decenboi-his cap wus found 1 here hail been wilting on the walls of some of the cells in which tho unfortunates were confined, but it hud been carefully erased The aspect of the city is daily improving bodi as,rcgar...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

SYDNEY. ! Tîv the T-ismnwn we have Sydne\ journals to the 27th instant On the 23rd instant both Houses of Pn lmmentucrc opened by Commission In tho Législative Council Sir William Burton announced th t His Excellency h id done i him tht honor of appointing him President ' of tin. Council, and produced hw commis- sion, which was read In the Assembly S r Daniel Cooper was re elected Speaker, and was piesented to His Excellency on tue 24th On the following day His E\cellcncy pro- ceeded in stite to tlio Legislative Asst mbly, and dehveied his Speech, which we aro com- pelled, it being n lengthy document, to let stand over. 1 ho Iteiald is exquisitely sar- castic upon the " Speech " most of the topics alluded to haung been "shelved" A poll tn\ upon Clnni.se was likely to be c n i u.d without opposition 'Hie most im- port mt item in tht speech is the pi oposql to establish 'i Nationul Bunk, of Issue, a propo s-il which is treated willi the inmost scorn by the Herald, who laughs at the ni...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Business is still very quiet in the | gram maiket Wheat is generilly quoted at 7s Gd per bushel, but now and then wo hea of a few paicels /eahzing 7s 9d. Colonial oats are quoted at Cs 6d with very little inquiry English barley moves off íeadily at 8s to Ss Gd, and the demand is good. Cape meets with some inquiry and sails at Ga Gd to 7s 3d per bushel according to sample Hay ib m fin demand, loose hoy fetches fiom £7 to £8, country piessed ¿G IO to £7 10s, and hjdraulic pi eased £8 to £8 10s per ton according to qu ihty. Potatoes aro scarce and sell at previous quotations, £10 to £12 per ton Onions aie quoted at £16 to £18 pei ton, but meet with little enquny. Rathei more has Leen doing in tho flour maiket to-day Flour lrom the best colonial wheat realizes £17 to £19 pei ton aceoidmg toquantity. Bran and sharps aio in good domai d and soil i eadily at previous prices, the formet at 2a 3d to 2a Gd pet bushel, and the latter at £10 to £12 p...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. A Credit to Austiiama.-Mr. David Thompson, late of Magner«, died in the year ItHS, alter a serious ¡llnosvluring winch timo his aiïiirs became cinbarnssed, so that lie was in considerable debt at the time of his death. His two san*, David and James, some time afterwards sailed tor Australia, which they reached in safety, and after three or four years of severe toil, and having endured many hard- ships, they accumulated u sum sufficient to pay off" the debts duo by their father, whichamouived to between £1800 and £1000. On their re- turn homet they sent a circular to each of the creditors to furnish a statement of their accounts, all of which they have since paid in full. Some of the creditors wished to make a reium for such handsome conduct ' by présentai;; them with a service of plate eacli.bul of this they would not accept. These honourable young gentlemen have again sailed for Melbourne, and have taken with them a new and powerful quartz crushing machine, wh...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

CRICKET. The Grand Mutch between the eleven | of Launceston aud the eleven of Hobart Town will conmenco iu tho Government | Domain at nine o'clock this morning. From what wo have boa» able to gather regarding the science of our Launceston ] friends the match is likely to be severely contested. Of course we should like J to Bee our own side of tho Island victo- rious ; although it would be doing our j Cricketers a grievous wrong to imagine ¿Ott they will be irritated or annoyed , «t bejpg beaten. Wo Lave conversed with several *f our " Muggletonians," who seem sanguine .of success, although they ore aware that their opponents are compoifrdof the best stye» of walch j Launceston can boast. These latter < gentlemen have doubtless booked a place J in Lord's Coach for the conveyance ¡ northward of all the laurels they eau _ < snatch from the brows of tho Derwcn- j ' tera. If they win them we shall not', dony to them the honor of wearing thom; h for they may rely upo...

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