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

OUR SUMMARY, Tue closing of the Mail for England by the European has been announced for the 10th. In deference to the wishes of several of our Country Subscribers who desire to forward their papers lo En- gland, wo have determined to publish our Summary this month on the 9th instant. Wo would, however, remind our reader that any of them can have the Summary forwarded to their friends direct from this Office by sending to us the address of those to whom they wish it forwarded. Wo have ' determined to introduce a now featuro into our Sum- mary, and one which cannot fail to bo acceptable to many, namely,-to give a description of tho various districts of the Coluny-one district in each monthly number. The ensuing Summary will contain a graphic description of the Huon, its history, scenery, capabilities, exports, and such like, which has been written expressly for this Journal by J. D. Bai.it, Esq., M.H.A., and which cannot fail to prove acceptable to those who wish to forward some descr...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Daily Mercury, The
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A meeting of Committee of the Chamber of Commerce was held yester- day afternoon in the Royal Exchange Rooms Macquarie street, for the purpose ol considering a resolution recommend- ing tho government to accept the ten- der mado by Messrs McNaughlan <r Co, of Launceston to construct the submar- ine Telegraph botween Tasmania and Victoria. T. D. Chapman, Esq., M.H.A. Deputy Chairman, occupied the chair in -the absence of tho Chairman. After considerable discussion tho fol- lowing resolution was adopted : That ti o tender made by Messrs McNaughtan and Co., of Launceston, to construot the submarine telegraph between Tasmania and Victoria, via King's Island, for the sum of £25,000 by tho 1st of May, 1850, with secur- ities and conditions as stipulated, is, i in the opinion of this meeting, one .that should receive the favourable consideration of tho Government ; and this meeting would strongly re- commend the acceptance of tho said tender, as the best for...

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LATER INDIAN NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, March 31, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

LATER INDIAN NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Launceston, March 31,1833. The " Queen" arrived last night. She brings a few items of later news from India to 12th February, which reached Melbourne by the steamer " Megaera" from Calcutta. . Lucknow wa« to be attacked on the lGth. The 18th Regt, had reached Kabasih; the 85th, 2nd Battalion of the 13th, and the 60th Hides, were daily expected from the Cape of Good Hope. Disturbances having occurred at Burmah, Captain Seymour had gone there, with 200 sea- men. Sir Colin Campbell and his coad- jutors were advancing and defeating parties of rebels as they met with them. The trial of the King of Delhi com- menced on the 2Gth Jnnuary, and had Cintinucd to the 1st Februar)', when the proceedings were adjourned until the next day. The troops of Jung Bahadoor the Nepaulese Maharajah had gained a great victory over the Kajah of Gonduh. Canton was opened for trade on the 10th February. The influx of Chinese at Sydney was exciting alarm, and an import...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 1st April, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

, GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 1st April, 1858. fur Mini will be closed at Hobart Town as nder: For London, via Suez and Marseilles, per European, on or about the 10th inst. For London, via Suez and Southampton, per ditto, ditto ditto For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, per ditto, ditto ditto For India, China, Mauritius, and Cape of Good Hope, ria Point de Galle, per ditto, ditto ditto For Swan River, via Melbourne, per ditto, ditto ditto. S. T. Haedinoe, Postmaster. iKYOttTAXT Nones.-Tho French transit rate on letters for England, forwarded via Mar . Milles, mast be prepaid in cash at the window of the Post Office at which they may be posted sa also the English postage on letters and news- papers for Foreign parts, and for British Colo Bies «hen forwarded through England. Hails for Sydney and Adelaide aro mado op at this office, and forwarded via Mel- bourne, by every steam vessel departing from Hobart Town or Launceston.

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THE MERCURY THURSDAY, APRIL 1ST, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

THE WSBßüBY THURSDAY, APRl'-L 1st, 1858. Sevkbaü/ holders of public house licenses have expressed themselves ignorant of tho exa'ct tenor of tho new Licensing Act, m' oro especially of its penal claubcs ; and a/' j, at least we arc told so, suvcial inforr aations for breaches of some of these i Clauses are on tho eve of being lui , ne have thought it consistent with ou.' ". duty to place those of our readers W* ko aro moro especially interested in ' »he matter in possession of a synopsis of Hiern so that they moy bo upon their guard. We do this the moro readily as it ia stated that an obnoxious system of informing is likely to gain ground amongst us. Wo have resolved to set our face against any attempt which Xaaj be made to convert the constabulary into spies upon the publicans. The Licensed Victuallers have quite sufficient to contend against without being sub- jected to the additional and unnecessary annoyance of having their houses watched in tho hope of catching an in-1 formatio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

*/'. NOTICE. TO-MORROW being Good Fi iday, this Journal will not be published, | bat the Office in Collins-street -will be opened from 8 to 9 o'clock in the evening of that day for the reception of advertisements for Saturday's issue« Mercury Office, Thursday. TO THE PUBLIC. TEE ÏMOPRIETOIt of this Journal I respectfully reminds tltote toko have ' rigntüed their intention of subscribing i to the Mercury, and those who may >. desire to subscribe, Hutt the new Quarter tsill commence on the 1st \ proximo. Advertisers are informed that the I Mercury enjoys a circulation superior \ to the whole of the other Hobart Town I Journals combined. Thed Mercury'» Beohs are open to the inspection of\ em) bona fido Advertiser in corrobo : i 'afton of this fact. k Mermry Office, ¿ 4th 'March, 1858.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that all Persons entitled to vote in the Election of Members to serve in the Parliament of Tasmania, whose names are not upon the Electoral Roll now in force for the Electoral District, in respect of winch they claim to vote, or who, being upon such Roll, do not retain the same Qualification, or continue in the same place of Abode as described in such Roll, and who are desirous to have their Kaines inserted in tho Electoral Roll about to be made for such District, are hereby required to deliver or transmit to the Returning Officer of the Electoral District, in respect to which they claim to vote, on or before the tweniy fourth day of April in this year, a Notice ia writing by them signed, in which their Name and Surname at full length, their Place of Abode, and tho particulars of their Qualifi- cation, must be legibly written, according to the Form hereunder set forth. Any person whose name is upon the present Electoral Roll, may also make his claim if he think...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, PORT OF HOBART TOWS. ABIIIV.ED. March 31-Tas-minia, 285 tons, Clinch, from Sydney, 2i)Ui March, with cargo ; passengers Mr Corbett, Mr It Ferris, 5 adults and 2 children in the steerage, mail 1 bag, 10 loose letters and 2 noivspjpers. Agent, C Toby. EÎÏTrBED OUT. March 31-Glencoe, barque, 100 tons, White, for Port Albert. March 31-Fair Tasmania, schooner, 15G tons, Mooro, for Twofold liny. March 31--Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons. Harrison, for Port Albert, ijironxs. Tasmania from Sydney-195 hides, H Elliott ; 100 do, Clinch ; ÓO chests tea, 20 half chests do, Lavington Roopo ; 5 ducks, 3 hlids treaclo. Order ; 5 cases, 3 bales, Stevenson & Sons; 3 bundles empty 0,139, Order ; 1 cask tallow, J Clinch j 1 truss tweeds, Question ; 15 tierces beef, Order j ti bales bags, A & V liutlor ; 1 barrel, S Moses & Co; 10 cases cigars; Clinch. ; 1 case, J Dickenson; 11 half-barrels herrings, Robertson ; 3 cases, Susnnn ; 25 tierces boef, McGnrgan ; ...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY. APPEALS AGAINST THE CITY ASSESSMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY. appeat,s aoaisst tub cltx Assessment. A Court of General Sessions was held yesterday at the Supreme Court House, for the purposoof hearing and determin- ing Appeals against the city Assessment. . PiiEBENT-Joseph Hone, Esq., Chair- man, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Hobart Town, R. Lewis, T. Giblin, W. Knight, A. Kinnerly and D. T. Kilburn, Esquires, Dr. Doughty and Aldermen Lewis, Barrett, and Murdoch. Mr. A. Gardiner officiated as Clerk of the Court. Messrs Cleghorn and Anderson the valuers attended to support the Assess- ment. The Town Clerk presented tho As- sessment Roll and the notice* of Appeal. The Chairman then briefly rccapitu lated the various clauses of the Act with reference to the holding of tho Court of Appeal. The. Town Clerk stated that he had received upwards of (JO notices of appeal, many of which wore delivered on the 27th March. He wished to take the opinion ol' the Court as to whether these notices could be received, ina...

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INDIA. RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR. (From the Friend of India, 14th Jan.) (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

INDIA. RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR. (From the Friend of India, 14th Jan.) (Concluded from our last.) All these causes of apprehension were intensified to the I ist degree, by that measuie by which the pi csent reign will hereafter hu leraeiubered On the 13th June the Governor General proposed a law to lesliict the liberty ot the .fiess Ostensibly it was designed to prevent the pubheation ot the seditious meas the native Pi ess weie suul to be in the habu oí circulating It was howevei applied to the Eui opean Pi ess, and was first employed against the Ti lend of India By this famous nieusuie the piopeiry of eveiy newspapei propnetoi in India was exposed to co i fixation at the dis cretion of the Executive Hie issue of his paper was not merely to le stopped as a measure ot precaution during a dangeious cnsis, but las piopeity was taken awi/ without a trial ile had no ehunee of even legal rcdiesa, foi Govern- ment wei e not bound topro ve the offence 01 even to nsii0n a reason for the pro- ...

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MERCANTILE MORALITY IN 1857—A WARNING. (From the Preston Guardian, 9th Jan.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

MERCANTILE MORA LUT IN 1857-A WARNING. (From tho Preston Guardian, Ofch Jan.) Biíiíoitn we endeavor to seek in the brighter prospects of 1858 motives for dismissing from our minds the sad com- mercial memories bequeathed to us by the year 1857, which lias just ended, let us-with a view to our profiting by the lessons of experience-'pause for a brief space to allow a few of the spectral forms of trading disaster to pass in review be- fore us. This remarkable year opened with a promise of great prosperity. We had gob rid ol' the war with Russia lhere was a prospect of decreased taxa- tion-and there was a hastening on all sides to get suddenly and recklessly rich. Wars would seem to make nations dis- honest, both i" the field and in the oounting house : and the war with Russia did an immense deal towards debauching the business morality of the several con- tractors for shipping and stores in Eng- land. That war set the seal to the gambling [immorality which had sprung up during the rai...

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A "KING CONSORT" IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

A "KING CONSORT" IN HNti. LAND. There never seem to be wanting illus- trations of that uld proverb which nalia iijiuti us to put np a prayer to lie saved from our friends. Of all people in tho world, kings, queens, und great person- ages generally arc those who seem to lmvo most occasion to put up such u petition. Tlie renewed circulation of the rumoured intention or wish of the Queen to give the title of King Consort to her husband at the present moment, is a strong case in illustratijii. it is not a project which would, we think, he looked upon favourably at any lime. H'ilii every respect for Prince Albert, und with every disbelief in the rumours which have attributed to him lae must constant and vexatious interference iu many departments of the State, and particularly in our military administra- tion, we cannot but think that it would be highly injudicious to give him the sort of apparent right to interfere which would be con 1er red by tho title of "King." We say "apparent right...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

,' IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE. IN consequence of Friday next being ~' Good Friday, the General Merchandize j , , Sale of the undersigned, at their Mart Collins-stroot, will take place on THURSDAY, the lit APRIL, , t, eompriaing ?everal extensive shipments .;; ,.pf goods, slightly damaged by sea water, for the benefit of the underwriters ; as '? '? sorted groceries, and miscellaneous mer ___chandise, partícula» of which will appear in Monday's issue. WM. A. GUEBDOÏÏ fc Co., . »' Auctioneers Collins-street, March 26,1858. TUESDAY, 6th APRIL, Additional Stock at Richmond. MR. oTÄTkEMP, Wai Sell by Auction, ", At the Lennox Arm«, Richmond, on TUES u ' * ' DAY, the 6th April, at 12 o'clock, TWO HUNDRED SUPERIOR EWES v,, forward in Umb Two ditto fat bullocks 4711 * ' Preliminary Advertisement. MR. G. "¡LT KEMP. Has been favoured with instructions from T. C. H. Marxetti, Esq., (in consequence 1 of bit lease of the property having expired) to offer for sale by public auction, at Leintwardine, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co's STEAM-SHIP «TASMANIA" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO FOLD BAY, on or about SATUR- DAY, 3rd April, at NOON. Cdaems Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co Mareil 27, 1858. Franklin Wharf. 14C8 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THET.S.N.Co.'n Steam Sliip "CITY OP HOBART" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7fcli April, 1858, at 3 o'clock. Chableb Toby, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, March 26, 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, on Thursday next, 1st April, at 1 o'clock in the nfternoon. 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 STAR, 1375 tons Register, W...

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. Before Alderman Barrett. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 1 April 1858

POLICE' OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. Before Alderman Barrett. Idle and Disorderly.-Eliza Mitchell, an elderly woman, not over comfortably | elad, wa3 charged with vagrancy, in ! lodging in the open air last night, and ¡ having no visible means of subsistence. When the constable told her ho should i take her to the watchhouso, sho said she ' was very glad of it. Sho was senti-nced to tlireo months imprisonment with hard labor. Sarah Clark was charged with the same offence, to which she pleaded guilty. She was also sentenced to tho same period of imprisonment. Mary Ann Turner, charged with the same offence, pleaded not guilty, when the apprehending constable stated that he saw tho "young woman" walking about Goulburn-strcet at one o'clock in the morning, when he took her into custody ; he liad known her for the last eight months, and had repeatedly warned her to discontinue her night wanderings. The case was dismissed. Wiiliam Cope was charged with tho same offene*.-, being found in an out- hou...

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VICTORIA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

VICTORIA. March 29-Laurita from Threo Hut Point. SAILED. March 30-Sword Fish, for Hobart Town. CLEARED OUT. March 30-Adoona for Hobart Town. , PORT LOUIS. , AIllilVED. Jany 11-Alice Hawthorn, from Hobart Town. ADELAIDE. ABIIIVED. March 23-Picard from Hobirt Town.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. AniirvED. April 1_Freak, seh. G1 tons, Cliristey, from J Geelong via Schouten Island 23rd March, with cirgo : passengers from Schouten Island, Mrs King und two children. Agents, Maning Bros April 1-Freo Trader, barque, 206 tons, Thorn, from Jacob's River, Now Zealand, 23rd March, with cargo. Agent, W.A Oucsdon April 2-City of Hobart, (» 305 tons, Bent ley, from Melbourne, 31st ¿lurch, with cargo Passengers, Mr and Mrs Atkinson infant and child, Mr W jfeusteto!, Mr Moodie, Mr Ililc3, Air Barnard, Muster Cooley, Master H Arm itrong, Master O Armstrong, Mr. Hadley, Mr. Dugan!, Mr Thomas Like, Mr Roid, mid 23 in .lio storage, mail 1 b.tg, 51 loose letters and 1 newspaper. -Agout C Toby. CLEARED OUT. April 1-Glencoe, barque, 1GD tins, Whito for Port Albert with cargo .. passongere, Mr & Mrs. Smith, Mr. Brown. April 1-Fair Tasmanian, seh., 15G tons, Mooro for Twofold Bay in ballast. April 1-.Macquarie, sell., 120 tons, Harrison, for Port...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE THURSDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

COMMERCIAL. INTELLIGENCE THURSDAY'S MARKETS. Not much was doing in the grain market to-day. Wheat was quoted at 7s 6d per bushel, though a very superior sample will realize a higher figure. Colonial oats meet with very little en . quiry and sell at 6s 6d per bushel. English barley is in request, and realizes 8s to 8s 6d. Cape fetches 6s 6rt to 7s 3d according to sample, and is required for seed. Hay moves off readily, loose hay fetching £7 to £8, country pressed £0 10s to £7 103,and hydraulic pressed £8 to £8 10s per ton according to quality. ' Potatoes are still very scarce and are quoted at £10 to £12 per ton. The flour mnrket continues quiet. Flour from tho b'jst colonial wheat is still quoted at £17 to £19 per ton ac- cording to quantity. Bran and sharps are in demand, the former selling at 2a 3d to 2s Gd per bushel, and the lutttM- at £10 to £12 par ton. The Argus of Wednesday last, has tho foi lowing : A circum stanco is reported to havo occurred which occas ioned considerable...

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THE MERCURY SATURDAY, APRIL 3RD, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

THE MERCURY SATURDAY, APRIL 3bd, 1858. ." Hw Wonsmp intimated that he had { received the opinions of the Law ¡, ? Officers relative to the question re- ferred by him, as to the Jurisdiction -of the Coroner in cases of inquiry into Urea ; and that the opinions ran ?gainst the Coroner; and as those opinions were very elaborate and clear '<"> on the point, and much public attention ' bad been directed to the question, he ' considered the opinions public property ; ' and he thought that publicity might bo 'given to them. He also stated his in 1 tention to bring under the notice of the Law Officers, the question as to the desirability oí administering the oath of i office to tho Coroner. Mr. Brewer agreed that publicity should be given .' through the press, to the opinions of \ the Law Officers ; and said that in the i > face of such opinions ho should decline j - any further prosecution of the parties." ¡ In compliance with the above we | publish below the opinions of t...

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CRICKET, MATCH. HOBART TOWN V. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

CRICKET, MATCH. HOBABT TOW>* V. iatJXCESTOS. Tais ¡nterosting Match aime off on Thursday in the Government Dom tin. Tho wickets were pitched by ten o'clock, and the Launcestonians having won the to3s seut thoir opponents in first, and by a quarter past ton tho game had com- menced in good earnest. Bets were even ¡it [ the first set off and n cío« contest wjs expected. The Hobartonians commenced well, but o.ving to some causo or other they dil not phy with their usual steadiness and caution, and suc- ceeded in obtaining only 38 run3 in their first I innings. The day was anything but a cricket I ing day ; the wind was very boisterous, and sharp showers foil occasionally. Westbrook, Matson, and Brown contended successfully for some time against the round-hand bowling of Still and Clai k, and scored 2i out of Hie 3S i uns. The bowling was very ste idy,and in this innings there were no less than ten maiden overs out of 28. The Launcestonians now went in, full of hopo | and confident o...

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