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OUR WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

orjß WriËir. Os visiting the Mucura yesterday wu were very lauclt gatilisd to leam thai the care and atteiitiou which several of our farolera have bestowed fjr some time past oa their agricultural pursuits are already alford! ig abradant proofs that the alleged inferiority of our wheat, at all events, his uoc been iu any way attributable' either to any inherent poverty in our soil or to any want of salubrity iu our climate. We have beeu all along convinced that our wheat was only inferior to the wheat of ¡South Australia because a sutHcieut amount of attention was uot paid to the soil in which the crops were raised. And we were yesterday furnished with abundant evidence that this »as in fact the case. A peck of wheat has been forwarded to the Museum ia order to its being analysfd. Tais wheat was grown by Mb. Thomas Axfohd of Bothwell. The best wheat exhibited at the late Agricultural Produce Exhibi- tion at Melbourne weighed only sixty. seven pounds to the bushel : whilst Mr. Axford...

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MARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

MAUINE CABLE. We have very great satisfaction in an- nouncing that the tender made hy Messrs Macíuügktait and Co. for laying down the Marine Cable between Cape Grim and Cape Otway has been accepted by the Government. We un- derstand, also, that parties will be des- patched to England by the next Over- land Mail to make all the necessary arrangements, so that, in all probability the Cable will be laid down at an earlier period even than it would have been had Mr. Oppeîîueimee retained the contract. We trust we shall hear no more absurd cavilling about this matt r.. Those who desire to find fault must ".\deed be hard pushed for a legitim it" l' -<e for so doing, when they are com ca".' ' to re-ort to «ui-li pitiful atte npbs P6'!* ' which have been mads to fast¿n as those . n the Ql)¥erninBnti for lho » reproach ^ 4 ¿ displayed by it promptitude* ^f^^^/ in reference to tu *? 3 « out this highly imp^f""* ww*

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Lavo rusa Watee.-Wo publish an amended m.inilist of the " Laughing Water," as uwin.' to au iiiadvertertce on tho part of the Captain, our Shipping Reaorter was only furni- shed with a portion, when ho baarde I the vessel.

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THIRTY POUNDS COURT OF REQUESTS. (Before J. Hone, Esq., Commissioner, and Juries of four.) CAMPBELL & ANB.V CHILTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

THIPvTÏ POU\TDS OlJltl OJf - KSQ'JESrS. (Before J. Hone, Esq., Commissioner, and Juries ol' four.) Campbell & Am T. Cnitxoy. îtlr. Cri-p for Plaintiff. An action to recover £11 3s. 6i. on a Bill of tëxehatige. No appearance for defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. Damaget, £11 3,. 6J. Williams t. Pint. dips. Mr. Graves for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff. Dam-igc3 £14, being the amount of a dishonored cheque. Cabb v. Hi/giies. Mr. Graves for plaintiff. An Action to recover £20 on a bill cf Exchange. Verdict for the Plaintiff. Damages, £20. . Allexdeb v. LocKEr. Mr. Mc Minn for Plaintiff, Mr. Ciisp for d tendant. This w is an action for damages for breach of Contract. P loutitt' stated that in February defendant entered into acmtract with him to d a.v 300 louis of w uer, lo im, or timt'er, to a building which defendant was er ctitig at Ka i garoo Point, at 2s. per load. Plaintiff in pursuance ol' the contrat t carted 02 loads. Defendant then caine and said, th it he c mid not a...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Post Office, 5th April 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

GENERAL POST OFFICE. General Pott Offir«, 6U, Apr!, 1858. Sr Maim wQl be doted at Hobart Town it tri- tt* Adelaide and Sydney, vi» Melbourne, par tot vetseU on to morrow, at 10*30 a.m. For Melbourne, per City of Hobart, do, at 11a.m. For New ZeaUnd via Sydney, per Ant vettel ob Thnrtday neat at noon. For Sydney and Twofold Bay, per Tasmania, ditto ditto. For Loodoo. via Snec an! Maraeillta, par Soropean, on or about tbe 10th intt. For London, via Son and Southampton, per ditto, ditto, ditto , For Mediterranean Ports, via Snec, per ditto ditto, ditto For lodi-, China, Mauritius, and Cape of Good Hope, via Point de Galle, per ditto, ditto, ditto For Swan River, via Melbourne, per ditto, ditto, ditto. 8. T. Habdikoi, Pottinaiter. ImoKTAXT Nonci.-The French transit tate on lettert for England, forwarded via Mar .rillet, must be prepaid in cash at the wind'iw .f the Pott Office at which they may be posted a* alto the english pottage on letters and news- paper* for Foreign part*, and for ...

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THE MERCURY TUESDAY, APRIL 6TH,1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

THE MERCURY TUESDAY, APltIL 6m, 1858. Otra Melbourne, Contemporary, the Argot, although still evidencing an in- clination to exclude this Colony from the Federal Union, has adopted a far len Tiraient tone, and manifested a far lera irate »j hit, towards us than hitherto. An article which appeared in this Journal, protesting against the unfair uro which was being made of the hid conduct of two or three Me nbers of our Lgislature, ha« indu ¡ed our Contemporary to point out the way in which we may secure our future politi- cal redemption and ultimate salvation. After placing Tasmania in tho same «ato^ory as Kinsas, and chanting a most apposite requiem over the murder of Mr. ScfMSEtt in the A neric in C in- gresa, the Argut goes on to say :-> " There h another way"-the first being exclusion front the Federation-" in which Tura mi« m ly hertelf help us. and make henelf worthy of bein z admit«! on-terms of equality with the o'her Australian Colonie« ;* and that Is, by proving »atis fac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

BIRTHS   At Oatlands on 31st March, Mrs. Jos.   BRADSHAW of a son.

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MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

MUNICIPAL, ÜJJJCiL. MOND A Y. Present:-His Worship the Mayor, Aid-riñen Rheuben, Stewart Lewis, Lipscombe, Mur Joch and Propsting. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Alderman Stewart wished to know why copies ot the Standing Orders hut! nut been forwarded to each Alderman ? The Town Clerk explained that the   printed manual had been submitted to the Attorney-General for his opinion,   and the learned Counsel had suggested some alterations. Amongst others he thought the rule prohibiting access to any of the Municipality without leave of the Mayor, should be expunged, as contrary to the provisions of the Act. A short discussion ensued, when the Council resolved to adhere to the origi- nal rule. REPORT.".. A report from the Poblic Works Com- mittee was read in reference to an ap- plication from the inhabitants of Lands- downe Crescent for the. repair of that locality It was ordered to stand over to allow the City Surveyor to prepare a pro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

m. WEPNBSDAY, 7tb April, at 11 o'clock. Household Furniture, corner of Molle and Batburst-strcèts. «'' HnsM. WORLEY A FRODSHAM Will Sell by Auction, 1 fin WEDNESDAY, 7th April, at U '.' ' o'clock precisely, on the premia«, «a above, A QUANTITY of useful FURNITURE, comprising the usual variety of a reapectable cottage residence. ". *M.9 ..-". . A lot of fowl», pig», &e. Terms-Cash. Mount Pleasant Farm, Orielton. Household Furniture and EfTects, on the Premises. THURSDAY, April 15,1858. MESSRS. WORLEY & FRODSHAM Having secured a tenant for Mount Pleasant Farm, are instructed to sell by auction, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising, in addi. non to the ordinary domestic requisites, Gig and harneas Saddle« and bridles Wheat sacks, slabs, rails, hurdles. Blacksmiths' and carpenters' tools, and agricultural implements Bowl, yokes, chain«, ropes, blocks, Tun butt, casks, nails, &c. Chaff cutter Hay knife Milk and other dishes Jan, preserving pan, oil ...

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THE MANAGEMENT OF BANK DEPOSITS. (From the Economi[?]t, 16th Jan.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

THE MANAGEMENT O? BANK DEPOSITS. (From the Bconomitl, 16th Jan.) Now th.it it may he considered thV the crisis ha3 entirely passed a.vay, that confidence is once more restored, and that the country is e nbarking afre»h in a new career of business, there are some points in connection with our great banking institutions which maybe safely, openly, and freely discusscd,without a-iy danger of inducing dis-rust, but %vitn the certainty of much good resulting from their full consideration. Of thes-, none is so important, and none created so much anxiety in the best informed circles during tin» late cri-i-, as the sub- ject of bank deposits, in the new f rm which they assume under the develop ment of joint stock banks and the prac- tice of allowing a comparatively high rate of interest upon then. But tin-; subj et opens up a very large question, which ciunofc be fully or usefully dis- cussed without going down to the origin and objjet of banking institutions, con- st lering the relations i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

Biïfiae Laughing Water PliOJI LONDON. Hills VEvSEL is now entered at the 1 Custom llou e Co ibi,'iiecs aro re quested to piss entries wnhuiit delay. Cla ins tor da nage or dulici-iicy (if any) will not be al'0.vei unless reported to the Captain prior to the removal of tlu Goods fro ii alongside. Wm. Crosby &Co. Agents. New Wlnrf, 5th April, 18Ï8. FJÎ P33T AL3SÍC. To S i¡l on Wediienliy Evening, the 7th Apt ii. -lÖ&aL THE UELFNS-PAr,E ^WaÊïï FREE T It A D E It «j? inSSB For fieiuht or passage apply to the Captai is on board ; or to Wm. A Guesdo.n & Co. Colluis-street, \pril 5. ir,7,, Fji- Melbourne, ^ THE EUC.vLYPrUS f^^SOO tons. Bails wttti her usual For p issage apply to Captain Thomson, on board, or to C. M. Maxwell. New Wharf, April otu, 1858, 16719 a KANGAROO POINT RSGAITA. Uiid.-r the patronage of His Excellency SIR ,H. E. P. YOUNO, Will take pi ice tit Kangara i Point, on WEDNESDAY, léth APRIL, 1838. F/rtsT nacE, Dingy R,ce, (not exceedmg l8 feet,) pull...

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N0 "NATIONALITY" IN THE INDIAN INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

N0 "NATIONALITY" IS THE INDIAN INSrjIlRECriOST. Whatever Mr. Disrieü miy say, tiri« has been in no s.'iise a national insur- rection, hut a military mutiny-a mu- tiny more after the fashion of tin» Triiceh'S« war of Carting,-, thnn ihe revolt of Mitlnidatcs against Hmin». Our territorial annexations li ive had iu thing todo with it, tor the.simple reas'iii that the sepoy is nu politician. He has nut the slightest; sympathy with any of the deposed princes, and he lins. alwiys cheerfully consented to assist 113 in de- ll ising them. As for the people of lidia at large, it is must striking observe how they, hive re naine I 'in moved through uti the suenes of 111 ni nil. We could no's ex.tect from tiiem any active inioi'furei|co in our be'iilf, bm neither cuni.I ive have anticipated lint they would hnve been neutral. V-i during the height of our troubles-when it wns still doubtful which woy» tlic scale would turn-when wintle pro- vinces had lapsed from dur nile, au I every iznomiuy had ...

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SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY [IN CHAMBERS.] (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt. Chie' Justice.) In re FREDERIC ROBERT LEES, in contempt [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

SUPREME COURT.-ÄIOXDAY [IN ClIAMBtRS ] (Refore Sir Valentine Fleming, Knt. Clue Justite.) Iii re fiiEDERtc Robfut Lees, in contempt In this cine a « rit of habeas corpus ha peen issued to Imng up the uoily ut F ed t i Jtolip t Lees, who had lieen c unwilled t the eu<tprly of the S'ieriff, tiy the Cuni-ii (inner «f ti«.* Court of li qu nts for contempt '1 be Gaoler np* made his return to ti. writ, and brought up the laidv ol Mr. Lee Mr. Macdowell and Mr. W. L. Üobsm .ppoared lor Mr Lees Mr. Hone, the Commissioner of the Cou of Kennest*, appeared in per»on. On behalt of Mr Lees three objection were take i to the warrant of commitinen : } That it was add essed to the superintend «nt of the Police and Pollee Constantes in stead (if to the Sum nuning Officer of th Court of Requests 2. I hat the w irrae was on its face' bad from uncertainty. ¡J That it was bud, inasmuch as it shewed . commit m nt on th . 1st \|iril for a hy go ? contempt committed on iii« Gili March. I wa» argu...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. (From our own Correspondent.) Longford, 29th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

COUNTRY DISTRICTS. (From our own C irrespondent.) Longford, 29th March. A case of sly grog-selling was tried here on Monday, before C. Arthur, Esq   ? M , A. Clerke, and G. Gibson, Esqs. in which William Morrisy, a lodging   house keeper was the defendant. The         information was laid by Mr Perkins, C.     D. C., chargmg the defendant with sell-     ing brandy to two constables, named     Pear and Wills, on the 21st ult. After a long investigation the case was     early proved, and the defendant was     fined £50 and costs ; he refused to pay the fine, and was sent to gaol for six   months, being the second offence. On Tue-day, bo we-ti 1 a id 2 o'clock, very boa y ihuuucr->torm, accompanied ith vivid llishes of liglirtiin.', hid, a id un, passed over the lo ...

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POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Nigel Gresley, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY. Before Nigel Gresley, Esq. Aggravated Assault.-Sarah Rogers was brought up on r.-mand, charged wi h.ass mlting James Sutherland, with intent to do lum some grievous bodily harm. Oil the a iplication of Detective Mor- ley, ihe p i-oner was further remanded till Tuesday, lor the attendance of wit nessis. Before N. Gresley and E. J. Manley, Esquires. Breacli of the Licensing -4ef.-Mr. Mark Stump, ol' the Q'ieenborou»|¡ Arms, Sandy Bay, was charged, on m formation by Mr. Sub-Inspector Weale, with permitting gambling in his licensed house on Saturday, the 20 h March. The defendant pleaded guilty, hut said he was not aware of the illegality of the recurrence ; the parties were per. sons living in the neighbourhood, and were not playing for money, hut for a pot of beer ; he did not think they had ¡i-shillins amongst them. Mr. Weale explained the circum- stances of the case. About 9 o'clock on the Saturday night, D. C. Kenny, with another constable, was passing alon...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 April 1858

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. INCITING TO AN ASSAULT.-Yesterday Mr. Macdowell applied to the bench for the post   ponement of the hearing of a charge preferred by Mr. Sub-Inspector Weale agiinst Messr.   Stanfield, Barrow and Coss of Clarence Plain for aiding in and inciting to an assault upon   D. C. Ashton on the 22nd ult., the day of the late election. The learned counsel stated, that the minimum has only been served upon the       defendants,on whose behalf he made the appli cation on Saturday evening, and they had now         subsequently had time to summons the witnesses necessary for their defence : he could assure their worships that the evidence of these wit   nesses was most material, and he trusted that       his application would be granted. The constable who served the summmonses, having verified th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 6 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 THUBS. DAY, 8.1» April, at NOON". CirAitT.ra Tobt, Manager T. S. N. Co. April 1, ISR8. Fianklin Wharf. 1025 STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE T.S.N. Co.*» Steam Sliip "C1TÏ OP HOBART" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on WEDNESDAY, the 7th .April, 1858, at 3 o'clock. Chaules Tobt, Manager, T. S. N. Co. Franklin Wharf, Jf ¡ntl .2(5, 1858. 1518 For Sydney Direct. vx* THE fino first class schooner 4tij^ TAMAR,* fftrmfm 119 tGlls' W. l'IK> Commander, Will Bnil Tor tlio above port on Wedno:>day next, the 7th April, 18j8. For freight or passage apply to . ., H. LlPSCOMIE, Murray-street, i FOB J» SALE, The Bli? PRAIRIE, ISO toni register, but will curry 230 with a draft oí 9 fe.'t G inches. THE dimensions are-length 9t feet, beam '¿2 feet, and the depth of hold 9 feet. She is all hold, fore and aft, having the pas- senger nnd seamen accommodation on deck. The Prairie has just been newl...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 April 1858

' miscellaneous' siï.'nî'piNp-. Captain Bo «ton reports the arrival at|íort Cooper of tho JIntador, from Hobart'Town.-r New Zealand Spectator Feh. 27. ! Loss,of, a SeuooNiut.j-^EY.ESiSI'n» Fito 7T.1 to BcAjr'H.-¡The', Chicago Frac Press narrates'*ii eUr.lo'nlinnry disaster on the Jakes : --The schooner Flying Cloud.lcft'thisporton the lililí instant with H, Carpo' of Íp,3ü0' busho.'s of'wheat. l'Nc\.ti dHy'she'struck' ami'almost, (¡mmeiliateily''broke.her' back/ nn'd filleil with 'water,I,,The captain, ind'erew' took to the rig iRÚAS1 where they reinamedir-11'i'a.v,' and at night ¡haj cijnçdottliiiinilspent,tbeuiightou the quar terj deck lashed to,sp»rs.i i Friday imornini» two of the crew were found, dead, frozen ito'death. ,Tlie mpte jumped ov,eiboimt and swnm.áshore, * disíance'of twenty ¿ouWand made for a »banty about a mile 'lind (a Jjalf" iriijthc wopd|it but wli6)i within a short.uVsJançe of jit fell, do*'¡ »»'. .p'nsheil.' lAnôïh'èi' sailorJW.it, Wayne,jumped n?xt on the sam...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 April 1858

ORIGINAL /CORRESPONDENCE. We do not ideiitify our opinions with those of _. our-Correspondents. - ,,(,,, Morfitt!}/. Mb. Editoji,-I think you will agree withraethatsilencebeyoudacertaiu point becomes cither ciiminal or cowardly. A wrong to'nu liidividtiarcoiicerns ohlj himself, and he can 'forgive or resent it as bests suits his temper or inclination ; bub an injury indicted upon a commu- nity demands exposuic, and the public alone lins the power to rcdiess the evil. I have been induced to make the above remarks in consequence of the state of the 'Episcopalian Church j at Green Ponds. ' ] t , The Rov. Win.1 Trollope resides ¡at this time 26 miles ft ora his, parish. It is tiue tha't ho generally attends on Suuday to read andi preach to tho very small congregation' that attend to hoar him ; hub supposing he'is required 'to marry n couple, or bury a'corpBe, it {is necessary to scud 20 miles'to give bim notice, The inhabitants of Green Ponds aro'fthe most ' patient of 'mortals. Ibjis t...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 7 April 1858

COMMERCÍA..Q , INTÉLLIGENCB. YESTERDAY'S, MAH:ÇE.TS.nr j ' Quietness peí vades thq grain market. Whoat'iä quoted afc 7s Gi to 7s9tl per bushel,'hub bhe latter figiuo is not often obtained. Colonial, oats aie seldom asked'for at ' present quobations^'cs Gd per bushel, which is too high'a figure to admití'of exportation/ while loty prices are'ruling'in'thu'hcightíouiíng colonies. English bailey is in request at 8s! to S3 6d, but'thero is 'a'great scarcity of) sup- plies. The demand 'for Cupo1 barley lins slackened and quotations aro t>ivo ) at;Gj,QJ tOiï-«.ii II iy,is in good dornend but piiccr} liav,ülundoigone lio'alteiabion, loose bayu fetching, ¿C7 to £S, and country pressed £G'Í0s Ho' y^'ÏOs'r'er ton, according . tojtrualityijj ,hydraulic pressed blay is,in,especial.devnainVwith an upward tendency,, £8 ¡ 10s. peri tori, being' tlie' ruling ' quotation. Tho'cle rrt'ind for'potatoes bus fallen |Off, and the tendency is'again'downwards, £0 to ¿610 per ton being tho quotations to-...

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