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LATER FROM VICTORIA. [BY ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] Launceston, April 1, 6 p.m. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

LATEE FBOM VICTORIA. [BY ELECTBIO TBLEOniPH.] Launceston, April 1, 6 p.m. (From our own Correspondent.) Tee Boyal Shepherd has just arrived, bringing news to Tuesday. The opening of the Enilway Tenlers tt#s tlie most important teveut sjuce last advices, Tbere'.were three ¡tenders for the entire werke-by Messrs Cornish and Co. for Uva millions four hundred J and forty-nine thousand two hundred and two pounds (£5,449,202), payment in cash or debentures at pnr ; by Me«sra John MusBor& Co. for fire millions filgUt hundred and twenty-six thousaud two hundred and twenty-three pounds (£5,826,228), same payment; and by Messrs Bandle & Holmes for aeren millions ten thousand* three hundred and twenty.four pouudj (<7»W<$2fy jay, ment in cash. A careful analysis of the whole of the Tenders will be made pre- vious to the acceptance of any. - There aro no changes in the grain and flour markets. A mutiny had broken out on board the American ship Tornado, and t...

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MAYOR'S COURT.—THURSDAY. Before Alderman Barrett. THOMAS V. YATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

MAYOR'S COURT.-THURSDAY. I Bsfore Alderman Barrett. THOMAS V. TATES. Mr. Thomas Yate^of E izabsth-strec-t, pleaded guilty to a'i information by the City Inspector charging him with ob- structing the footway by placing boxes thereon, und was fined 5s and costs. S.ISIK V. HOEDHAM. This was an information by tho City Inspector against Mr. Thomas Holdham, of Khzabeth-otreet, for selling goods cn Sunday evening last. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Russell deposeJ. that on Sunday evening lie saw u female go into . defendant's shop and purcha-e some red herrings. Also saw a mau buy sumo pipes. The Inspector proved that defendant ocju.ncd the premises named in the in- form.ilion. Defendant said ho was not at homo at ? the time ; and his wi'e had told him sho had not sold anything. Fined £5 and costs. SAME V. SAUXDEItS. A similar information against Mr. Alex ind-jr Saunders, of Liverpool-street, for selling cigars on Sunday evening last. Defendant pleaded guilty, and wa« fined £3 an...

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

CHINA. We annex a copy of the amnesty is- sued for general information hy Pell ivwi, Governor of Canton, on the 7'h year, 12ih month, 13th day. He says : " Whereas, I the Governor, having already conferred with the British and French authorities on terms of friendship ' there will he peace to the province of Kwangtung, and itis hoped that war will cense for ever. Being mindful of those of roy countrymen who were employed , in the service of the Allies, as clerks, linguists, and domestics, and who qnit'ed their situations during the 9ih moon and returned to their native homes to procure other employment, I now make known to all under my jurisdiction, that the Foreign Plenipotentiaries are arranging terms of peace, and that trade will soon be reaitmnd as formerly. Those that quitted foreign employment and those that now remain in Hongkong and Mncao arc alike looked upon as good and loyal subjects, and are not to be looked upon as having committed any crime. Those that have left, need ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The City of Hobart left \Villiamatown,at 4 p.m. on 'Wednesday, and arrived at the Franklin Wharf, nt 11.30 a.m., yesterday. The Eucalyptus, barque, from Melbourne, was in the river yesterday, anchored off Sandy Bay Point. A brig and a schooner wero signalled yes- terday, at Bun down. The American Expeditions in Search of Sir John Fbakklin.-From Washington ive leam, under date December 19, that Lord Napier, had by instruction of Lord Clarendon placed in the hands of Secretary Cass a number of medals which Her Majesty's Government desires to present to the officers and men enga- ged in the several expeditious which have been fitted out in the United States for the recovery of Sir John Franklin and his companions. Her< Majesty's Government directs Lord Napier to' express the high sense which they entertain of the zeal and devotedness of the parties who vol- unteered iii these enterprises, mid their earnest hope that the citizens of the United States w...

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A MAN NOT IN THE RIGHT PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

A MAN NOT IN THE RIGHT PLACE. Lord Palmerston, we observe, has thought it necessary or expedient to contradict, through one of his daily organs, the statement credited by nobody that the appointment of the Marquis of Cliinric.irde to tliu office of Lord Privy Seal was but a step to placing that nobleman at the head of the new Indian department, understood to be in con temptation of Government. Whence this alacrity to icpudiate an intention, in which there would be nothing very astonishing, on the supposition that there w» no doubt of the propriety of the previous step, the introduction of the marquis into the Cabinet nil ? . We c >nreäs, since the Prem er was in the humour of contradicting ugly reports, it would have gratified us infinitely more, and gratified the public also, had lie gone ¡i step further, and given the lie to the story of the preliminary pro- motion. The other tala was its own re- futation. There are certain lengths to which a Minister in the full' «da ol power ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

GENERAL POST OFFICE. ¿;.#ÍÍTf Min* will be dosed at Hobart Town as ¡" ander: ¡¡ For London, via Sues anl Marseilles, per .. pompean, on or about the loth inst. 57 For London, via Suez and Southampton, per ti< ditto, ditto ditto ,;r,.i For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, per ditto, . ditto ditto a For India, China, Mauritius, and Cape of - Good Hope, via Point de Galle, per ditto, ditto ditto v, For Swan River, via Melbourne, per ditto, ditto ditto. S. T. Habdhtoi,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

XO TEM PUBLIC. TEM PSOPMISTOB ofthie Journal retpcctjully reminds those who have tignified their intention of subscribing to the Mercury, and note who may dewe to subscribe, tlutt tlte new Quarter mil commence on the let proximo. Advertker* are informed that the . '' Mercury enjoye a circulation »uperior to the whole of the other Hobart Town " Journale combined. TIte Mercury's Booka are open to the inspection of f any bona fide Advertker in corroba ration of thit/act. Mercury Office, , ' 24<* March, 1858.

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THE MARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

THE MARINE CABLE. If anything were wanting to show the opinions of our mercantile men and their deep anxiety that no delay should take place in the laying down of the M.nine Cable, it might be found in the document below concurring fin the Resolution adopted by. the Chamher ol' Commerce, which document was signed in a very brief period on Thursday even- ing. We cannot be surprised at this spontaneous expression of opinion on the part ol' our mercantile community. In a few months New South Wales, Vic- toria, and South .Australia, will be united by the Marine Cable ; they will all be, commercially speaking, advance of this Colony, and what manner of chance shall' we have of competing with them if we are deprived of this.great advantage ? If the government were mad enough to decline accepting the offer now made by McNAUGHTAN & Co., it might as well tow the Island away to New Zealand at once, for we should be, without the Marine Cable, as completely cut off from the Australian C...

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POLICK OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Nigel Gresley, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

POLICK OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Nigel Gresley, Esq. Night Charges.-Two drunk irds were each lined 10s, and four brawlers (two men and two women) wore each fined 5s, or in default, sentenced to fourteen days imprisonment. ' Idle and Disorderly, #0.-Mary Mul roney, a dissipated looking female, was charged with being idle and disorderly, &e. The charge was proved, and she was sentenced to throe months impri- sonment with hard labor. Elizabeth Vine was charged with the same offence, and was sentenced to the .aow period ot imprisonment, _Jtfary Copeland, .a_rniserable.lcoking object, received a similar sentence for the same ofFence. ' . , , v ,' William' Sihitli.'the picture of decrepid poverty, was charged with vagrancy, in wandering about the streets at 1 o'clock. in the morning, having no placo of, abode. He askad the constable to take him to the watchhouso, that, he might get something to cat ; he said he caine from Gwen Ponds, and was subject to fits. He was sentenced to thr...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY. COMMITTAL OF F. R. LEES ESQ., FOR CONTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY. Committal of F. R. Lees esq., fob Contempt. Tho Court opened on Thursday morn- ing at 10 o'clock. There .was an unu- sually large number of members of tho leg ii profession present, amongst whom wat Mr. F. R. Lees. The learned Commissioner on taking1 his seat, aJilroäsing Mr. L es, said ; Mr. Lees-I perceive yon are here, are you in any cases that are coming on, because I would remind you, that the Court will not hear you. Mr. Lees-Why not ? The Cojimissiouer-You aro a,wars Mr. Lee*, what occurred on the 6,th qf last month, and that J informed you, since, that I would n,ot entertain you in any case whatever ».gain, Mr. Lees, I have rçqw to address you, On Saturday (ithlast month, you appeared in this Court as Counsel in a cause, Harrington v. Dawson, you being for the plan'iff and Mr. Graves for the defendant. The sum sought to be recovered was only £2 2s. On the part of defendant it YfOb, proved that but £1 Us waa due to. your cliont, and it was also pr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

t. . . Í» Wr3*ríESDAt,7th Aprü,«tU*'d«* * Household Furniture, cota« of Molle and Batburat-streets. , Hum». WORlETä FRODSHAM Will SeU by Auction, Ob WEDNESDAY, 7th AptiL at li o'clock precisely, on the premises, as ' ?bate, A QUANTITY of useful FURNITURE, comprising tb* «uri variety of ft retpettable cottage lesMenee. AMO A lot of fowl», pigs, Ixe. Tarni Cash. win '- ' - ' ' " Mount Pleasant Farm, Orielton. Household Furniture and Effect», on the Premises. «'J THÜRSDAYJApril 15,1858. MESSRS. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Hating secured a tenant for Mount Pleasant Farm, «re ¡ueuwcted to tell by auction, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising, in addi- tion to tbe ordinary domestic requisites, Gig and harness Saddle» and bridle* Wheat eackt, slabs, rails, hurdles. Blacksmiths' and carpenters* tools, and agricultural implements Bows, yokes, chains, ropes, blocks, r - '; Tun butt, eulo, naili, ftc. Chaff cutter Hay knife Milk and other dishei Jan, preserving pan, oil can, paint...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

A. Wanted GOOD WHEELWRIGHT. Apply to John Bradshaw, Oatlands. Noticei THIS IS TO CERTIFY that James Thirling and John Cooley, Farmers, have dissolved partnership on the 7th of December last, on account of breach of Contract, and that if the said John Cooley trespasses on my Farm after this date, he will be prosecuted nccording to Law. Dated this 3rd day of Apiil, ltjj«. a5 Notice. W. H. WELLS of* Dunrobin, being about to leave the Colony, requests that any debts due by him, may be presen- ted under cover forthwith, to his Solicitor William Pitt, Esq , of Hobart Town. 31st March, 1858. Dog Licences. CITY OF HOBART TOWN. "¡VTOTICE is hereby given that, by the 25th j_\ section of the Act 21 Viet., No. 22, the descriptions of all Dogs kept within the said City are required to be registered at the Office of the Town Clerk of the said City, instead of at the Police Office, as provided by the 11th Viet, No 7: And that, on and after the 30th day of April instant, th« sum of 5s. per dog is l...

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SORELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

SORELL RACES. Tile Second Annual Rices which hav been held in the District of Sorell carne off on Tuesday and Wednesday test. As we predicted ihe meit«; was of n v.:rv superior description. In the former part of the day an Tuesday the Course presented nmosi animated and exciting appearance. In whichever way the eye travelled the splen- did and gorgeous scenery of the Sorell dis- trict wai lit up by tho rays of the sun, and every now and then thrown into momentary shade by the broad masses of cloud which swept over the scene. Hundred') of ladies in the mort yicturesqti.' grjups dotted tilt» landscape, and gave additional brilliancy to the whole. AU was life and animation. W' en seen from n short distance the effect was very grand from the ever-changing, ever-varying character of the Course. Tin gav ribbon? and dresses o' tho fair daughters of Eve were flittTins» in every direction, and imparted to the whole an al mort fairy like character too bright an 1 too beautiful t> last And ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD,BAY s&y^ THE T.S.N. <V» STEAM.SHIP "TASMANIA". Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, on T H U B S DAY, 8th April, at NOON. Charles Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co. April 1, 1858. Franklin Wharf. 1626 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.'» Stc m> Ship "CITY OF HOBART" will leave for MEL* BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7th April, 1858, at 8 o'clock. Chables Tobt, Manager, T.S.N.Co. Franklin Wharf, March 26. 1858. 1518 Black Ball line of British and Aus- tralian Packets for Liverpool Forwarding Passpngera and Wool to London. The Cupper Ship SHOOTING STAR, 1375 tona Kegister, William I Alcni-lf, Commander, will be despatched from Melbourne, on or about the Cth of April. Apply to Kerr, Boole & Co. New Wharf, 23rd March, 18S8. 3 a 1418 THE VENUS STEAMER TTTILL leave the Wharf where «he for , VV merty u-ed to start from on FRI- DAY morning n-xt for Kangaroo Point at 9 o'clock, and continue running during the day.-Last trip from Kangaroo Point...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide, March 20th 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From our own Correspondent.)   Adelaide, March 20th 1858.   There has been such an absolute dearth of local news during the last hot fort- night, that I have not felt it worth while to trouble yon with a single line. By this opportunity, however, I send you a few crumbs of intelligence which may not prove altogether uninteresting. The A. and M. S. Company's new Steamer, Admella, 430 tons, H. McEwan master, from Glasgow November 4, built expressly for the Australian trade, arrived last Wednesday. She is, says the Register, a magnificent specimen of naval architecture. Her lines of en- trance and delivery equal any vessel that has hitherto entered our waters. She is classed A 1 at Lloyds nine years, and she was built by Messrs. Lawrence, Hill, and Co. of Glasgow. The follow- ing are her dimensions :— Depth of hold 13 feet 6 inches ; length (extreme,) 183 feet ; beam, 24 feet. She has four iron watertight compartments, carries two iron tanks,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

BIRTH, At Oatlands on 31st March, Mrs. Jos.   BRADSHAW of a Son. DIED,     On Friday morning, April 2nd, at the residence   of her aunt, 116 Harrington-street, Rosetta   JONES, the daughter of James and Mary Ann     Jones, late of Jericho, in the 21st year of her age. Friends are respectfully invited to at- tend her funeral, which will take place on Monday afternoon, at ½-past 2 o'clock. On 27th March, at Victoria, after a short illness,   Lavinia Rosa Elizabeth, daughter of John   William Hunble, and grand daughter of Mr.     Thomas Risby, of this City, aged 12 months.   On Monday, the 29th March, at his residence, Woodville, Green Ponds, Dr. Gorringe, aged 79 years.

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 3 April 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. AnsnsT Siumem: Caution'.-Mr. Tarleton has expressed his intention to punish with the utmost rigor of the law every deserter from a whaling vessel. Wo caution, therefore, tim crows of thoso vessels «gainst desertion, na the penalty is severo, and tha moans of detection always at hand. Baoatkivlk BoAbds.-The po'.ico have re" ccived instructions to caution Licensed Victual' lers against continuing the use of Bagatelle Boards, without payment of the annual liceusi of£I. Should the caution be disregarded im information will be laid iijr.iiust the offending party under tho Licensing Act. StJNDAr TitADiKO.-On Thursday nt tlir Mai or's Court, throo tradesmen were fined foi selliiiit goods on Sunday evoning last. Mr. Superintendent Hamilton attended, and inform- ed the Bench that tho parties summoned had been duly cautioned ; and they were fined two of them in the sum of £?> each, and tho other in the sum of £1. Idle Chauaotiíks.-We aro glad to find that tho police a...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 April 1858

COMMERCIA'LUíN T (EËDlGENOlî. iij.mj'ïiijT) j> M) Q y creery Office^ gatnrdjiy _ afternoon. "VJEin, little ,lus ¡been idoingjiu the gi am maikeij £)iy> ji) qeic yWncatJiii, unifo\iply been quoted it 7s (k1, though a few gales ol ycij supeiioi sttnples.ue elicited or casionilly ¡t 7i Od The 'demand foi colonial oitsliBS cijtnely filien pu, the decline of tint aitielo in Melbourne ope iitod pr judicially upon tlusmaiUet, and Os Gdhs the highest figurii now lobt un- ible English bailej ii mgicit lequcsfc md sells at 8s to 8s Ö1, Bub Supplies eomc m vol j Jowly Çipobiiloj is in de n mci, with i slightly upwaid ten lenej,rand a |eW|pueols hive cbmged li mds it 7s lo 7s 3d pet bushel li ly li Vs c mini mded i slcadj sale, loose lnv real ¿nig £7 to £3, countiy pie bed £G 10s to ¡b7 10s Hid hjdiiuhe'piesséa'jES to £8 10s per loh, iccôiding to quîhty' iJot itoes come in mote fieelj, ind a de- cline ol £1 pet ton li is taken place , the de ¡un 1 al o Ins mipiovcd, md qu U tious ire givi...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 April 1858

j'"1 |8tn?ÄE\£ß court. i Í CRIMINAL BITTINOS. ' WIR !)? iii <¡'i The Cn ninal Sittings of tl^o Supreme Coure, ^v'ill commeuco to tuorrotj (rue-ultv) tnoiutng at 10 o'clock befoie His Honor Mr. Justice ¿lorne lui follón mg ia tho n a I ( I r 'iCALETDATt A EJward Chandler, peijury Edwaid Btshofj, telouy ' William Let, torsjery and uttering George Ta) loi, mel Joseph Small,larceny aud reeeiytug n (, , Aaron Webster, stealing a cow Tilomas Edward Fiauets, larceny ¡ j Phoinis Culltuan, murder Stephen Wwglit, forgery Samuel Wilson, breaking and stealing m a warehouse ' Tamea banders, false pretences Moses Bentley, ditto -. i Ihom is Dean, assaulting a constable Thomas i'iiomp»ou, stabbing j Marguet Jones, murder j John Wtijht Oldham, larceny in dwell- ing house j James Wj fine, false pretences i Elisabeth Pocock, manslaughter j Elisabeth Hall un, cutting and wounding John Burns, uttering ' i'nnothv Conway, unnatural crime Eichard Thake, larceny John Kibble, cutting and wounding...

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SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 5 April 1858

SUNDAY TRADING. Tub fines imposed by Mr. Alderman Bauueti' ou Thursday last upon two or three shopkeepers for retailing cigars and red herrings on a Suud iy eveuing has awakened a very strong fei-ling, of remonstrance throughout tho city. Tho wj.tls have been pLioardcd with bills denouncing the aub as one of reli- gious intolerance and fanatical persecu- tion ; and a very general expression1 ol' indignation has been provoked by it From what we can learn this bas not bccii so much occasioned by the inflic- tion of a line for the desecration, of the Sabbath, as it has bet-n by the exorbi- tant amount of the penalty. Wç j do not blame Mr. Alderman Babmîtt for vindicating the law. If it be necessary that the practice of selling cigars and red hepiugs ou a Sunday evening should be put down, let it be pub dosvu by all means ; but let it be put down on some tiling like principles of equity and fair play. These wer<j the first informations of the kidd which have been laid since t...

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