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LATER FROM VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] George Town, April 7, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

LATER FEOM VICTOBIA. [BY ELECTBIO TELEGRAPH.] George Town, April 7, C p.m. Tue Argus of the 3rd says :- I The schooner Reindeer and Flying Eish had both sailed for Hobart Town. Tho markets aro quoted thus : - Wheat, Is 3d to 7* 6 I ¡ colonial oats, 7s to 7s 3d ; 'Capo barley, 7s to 7a 6d ; English barley," 7s to 7s Cd ; potatoes (euloninl) £7 to £8 ; onions, £21 10s ; flout tat the Mills), from £18 to £19 ; bran, 2s per bushel. No news of uny importance.

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THE MERCURY THURSDAY, APRIL 8TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

THEMERCÜRY THURSDAY, APRIL 8t«, 1853. Theke are featuieg presented for our contemplation by the tortuous proceed- ings of our suburban police in connex- ion,with recent events which perplex us not a little. No sooner have we sue» ceeded in getting our hair eicct by listening to the tales of burglar/ and houscbieaking which have been night after night committed with impunity, than it is combed down again and well oiled by some wonderful discovery which has been made by the police in the little bick parlour of some obscure public house. If we get irritated at what wo consider tobe wanton neglect, in matters of the most serious moment, on the part of this sagacious corps, an attempt is im- mediately made to pacify us by the nar- ration of their vigilance in mattera of no moment at all. It' any remonstrance bo made by us at llio nightly robberies committed at New Town, ou mouth is stopped by an information against some unfortunate publican in whose house two mea had been found gambling ...

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EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE. From the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE. From the Près Wo have said that we are not unqual- ified supporters of the educational fran- chise. There is, we must admit, another side to the question. \Vo are not afraid that educated men should be higuts to any set of opinions ; hut we du fear one thing, mid that is, lese I hey ¡lioulii he bigots to education itself that is to say, refuse to recognise the force of any arguments not drawn from hooks, and nut harmonising willi rigid theory. There is, t" be sure, a strung practical element in the English charac- ter which might go fur to counteract this danger ; hat undoubtedly the danger exists, and is to some extent aggravated by certain circumstances peculiar to the picfoiit lime. The patronage uf art, science, and literal ure is not exactly in the hands where we could wish to sec it. The dootrinuire is daily insinuating himself into the iii uiagcmuiit of iift'.ths. It has been seriously proposed to give painters and pcbblc-huutcrs a seat in our hereditar...

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GOVERNMENT DEBT TO THE BANK OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

GOVERNMENT DEBT TO THE BANK OF ENGLAND. The Bank of England was incorpo- rated in 1694. Its charter is dated 27th July in that year. The object had in view in its establishment was the rendering of pecuniary assistance to the government. The subscript'ons pf the original shareholders amounted to £1,200,000 the whole of which was lent to the government at eight per cent, interest, and £4000 per annum for management. This debt was redeem- able after 1st August, 1705, after giving twelve months' notice- j but it has con- tinued till the present day, with many additions, and constitutes one of the principal difficulties with which the go. vernment has to deal in legislating for the Bank of England, The entire debt of the Government to tho bank now amounts to £11,015,100 ; and it may bo interesting to know the items of which it consists, First, then, in 1691, the debt started wit)» the èum already named, £1,200,000, In 1708, £400,000 more was advauced to the Government without interest-a...

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PUNCH'S PREFACE TO HIS THIRTY THIRD VOLUME. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

PUNGE'¡3 PREFACE TO HIS TI1IRIT-THERD VOLUME. When the Daughter of England was asked in marriage by the Son of Prussia, her Royal P-rents naturally sought tho advice ol'thuin sineer-est IVi.-nJ. '?'? Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa is young," replied Mr. Punch. "Sue was born, Maihim, on the 2Lsb of Novo nb.'r 1S10. Your illustrious bride, lVaio«, tai ried se netyl-at linger, long.T even than her volunteer L.turtat, L igh Hunt, ordained: "'Ami when ninatooa yeirs hive brought Steady eye und seriom thought, Vuu-' Lio you remember, the passage, dear Madamp It occurred in aelev.'rly-phrascd poem, almost worthy of Punch, wiitten when some provincial magnates had dis- played more th.l'i usual folly i.i what they deemed honour ol' yourself, a young lady of ten year.-." " How you remember things," obser- ved the Queen, with a smile. "lean lbrg.'t nothing ih.it entwines itself with the fortuues of my most gra- cious Lady and Mistre-s," sai I Mr. Punch, witii exquisite tenderness a id a bow of ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

AMERICA. The clipper ship Whirlwind, from New York, anchored at Hobson's Bay after a rapid passage of seventy-one days; she brings twenty days' later news. The Mormons intend remaining at Utah, and will there make their stand against the United States at that place. It is expected that fighting will com- mence in spring. A grand banquet has been given Gen-   eral Walker, at Richmond. The filli-   buster made a long after-dinner speech, which was greeted with most furious applause. A tremendous storm of short duration had committed great devastation at   New Orleans. Fifteen ships were broken from their moorings, and considerably damaged. The damage to steamboats, which the wind broke loose, was im- mense. Chimneys were blown down, and several lives lost. A most atrocious murder was com- mitted at Poolville, near New York. Jared Comstock and his wife, aged over seventy years, were murdered by their son, a lunatic. He killed his father by knockin...

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POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. Before Alderman Barrett. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. Before Alderman.' Barrett;. . ISiglit Charges.-There were several cases of drunkenness and such like dis- posed of in the usual manner. Two men, one named James Anderson, were sentenced to one mouths imprisonment each for wandering about the wharf, and appropriating chip-, wood, and other waifs and strays, which did not belong to them. Mary Ann King and Rose Dalton, who*e parchments were any- thing but creditable to their moral and social character, were sentenced to six months imprisonment for being idle and disordi rly and out after hours. ! Unlawful Puiposc. - Two men . named Thomas Miller and William "West weie severally chaiged with being on the premisi s of Mr. Austin, New Wharf, for an unlawful purpose. This was on the night of the 6th hist. The case was pretty clear against them; and Mr. Austin stated that it was impossible for the men to get over If s high fence if they were drunk. Ile was continually losii'g articles out of his yard. The Bench sen...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE". YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Inactivity prevails throughout "the grain market. Wheat is quoted at 7s. 6d to 7s 9.1, per bushel, but the latter | figure is only obtained for very superior1 samples.' There is no domatid for' colonial oats at 6s Gd, buyers waiting for a reduction, -English barley is in groat request, and realises at 8s to 8s Gd, but the market is Very scantily sup- plied. Cape barley is not so firm as reeently at 6s Gd to 7s. tho enquiry being very light. Hay continues in brisk demand, and previous quotations still rule, loose hay fetching £7 to £S, and country pressed £G 10s to £7 10< ; hydraulic pressed hay is much required for shipment, and realizes £8 10s per ton. Potatoes come in pretty freely, but business is dull ; £9 to £10, per ton aro the ruling quotations. Onions meet with good enquiry, and sell at £18 to £20 per ton. The flour market at present is es- pecially quiet, 'business being wholly confined to local requirements. Mour fr...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 8th April, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

,- GENERAL POST OFFICE. 8th April, 1SSS. stonf Mails will bo closed at Hobart Town as ¿rider : " For Kew Zealand via Sydney, per first vessel IVis day, at noon. ' For Sydney and Twofold Bay, per Tasmania, Jitto, ditto. " For London, via Suez and Marseilles, per European, on or olwut the 10th hist. . For London, via Suez and Southampton, per ditto, ditto.ditto. '.For Mediterranean Ports, via Suez, per ditto, ditto, ditto. 'ÍFor Indi«, China, Mauritius, and Cape of Good Hope, via Point do Galle, per ditto, ditto, ditto. * For Swan Uiver, via Melbourne, per ditto, ditto; ditto. For Adelaida and Sydney, via Melbourne, nor first vessel, ditto.'uitto. Ö- T. IlAEDriîOK, Postmaster. tj¿MTOBTAST Notice.-Tho French transit Tate on letters for England, forwarded via Mar «jeillcs, must bo prepaid in cash at tho window oljtbe Post Office at which they may he posted «bralso.lho English postage on letters and news- papers for Foreign parti«, and for British Colo- nies when forwarded through Englan...

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OUR SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

OUR SUMMARY. OUR Monthly Summary for trans- mission to England per "VIC- TORIA," will be published at this Office at six o'clock on the morn- ing of FRIDAY NEXT, the . 9th instant- Parties desirous of obtaining extra Copies wiU please signify their wish This Day. Daily Mercury Office, ; . Thursday Morning.

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SORELL PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

SORELL PUBLIC MEETING. , On Saturday the 3rd instant, a meet- ing which had been called by Dr. Blyth, pursuant to a lcquv-ition to that effect which had boen addressed to him, was held at the Blue Bell Inn, Soi eil, to consider the expediency of piotesting or petitioning against tho nuncvition of that /Distiict, to the Police District of Richmond. Tlio meeting was thinly attended, only twenty-four persons re- sponding to the call. On the motion of Mr. Glover, Dr. Blyth took the Ch lir, and having ex- plained tho .objects of the meeting, entered at length into an explanation ol' the provisions of the Rural Municipali- ties Act, reading- an abstract thereof which ho had prepared. Dr. Blyth then suggested tho advisability of the meeting adjourning for half-an-hour, to discuss and art ango somo plan of pioceeding. On the meeting resuming, Mr. R. Doctor proposed a series of resolutions : -1st. Condemnatory of the union of Sorell with Richmond. 2nd. Condemn- ing tho appointment of tin Ass...

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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re CHARLES PULFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) In re CHARLES PULFER. First general meeting and meeting for discharge. Proof of debt. Marsh and Chap- man £16. 14s. 1d. for goods sold and delivered. The permanent assignee and the coun- sel for insolvent consented to an adjourn ment for a fortnight as the proposed composition with the creditors had not been effected, The meeting was accordingly adjourn- ed to the 21st April. In re jA.itns edimia baynton. Adjourned first meeting and meeting for discharge. , Pioof of debt. John Foy,£l8Gs. (3d. judgment in Couit of Requests. Mr. Giuves appeared for insolvent and Mr. Moiiaity for opposing creditor. Mr. Moiiarly applied that insolvent should be oidered to file accounts for the last six months, and examined the insolvent respecting a portion of his schedule of debts. Mr. Graves, under the circumstances of this insolvency, opposed the applica- tion, and applied for insolvcnl'sdischaige. The Commissioner stated his reasons for o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

J»; . - Preliminary Notice " Salo of Merchandise at Oatlands. MESSES. BRENT & WESTBROOK Hit« received instruction» from Mr M. Solomon to »eil by public auction, in a few dtyi, at Oatlands, Without one traction of lUterre, THE Whole of the STOCK saved from the late disastrous fire. Full particular«, and day of aale, will appear to a future advertisement. 1701 TUESDAY, 20th APRIL. -.' Leintwardine, Ouse. t. * MR. G. A. KEMP Hat been favoured with instruction« from T. C. H. Marcetti, Esq (in conséquence of bia lease having expired), to dispose of, on the premise«, at Leintwardinc, within one mile of the Ouse Bridge, by Public Auction, on TUESDAY the 20th April, at 1 o'clock, THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE STOCK, &c.: j Twelve hundred fine Urge framed store wethers ' One thousand ditto ditto 2-tooth \" wethers One thousand superior lambs _ Eight hundred breeding ewes, in lamb One hundred ewes, forward in lamb One hundred 4-tooth wethers . Six pairs working bullocks Forty head qu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

THEATRE BOYAL. .;' ' ' " -OOO- ' ' MR. FARQUHARSON Begs to aunouncj that he will givo Two moro ENTERTAINMENTS, THURSDAY, 8th, > And FEIDAY,' the fJfcli APEIL, Being his last appearance in Hobart Town. An entire Change of Programme. j Mr. FARQUHARSON will introduce his , Celebrated Descriptive Scenas ! Tho Maniac, and I ' . M - i , -\ {' * Hie Dream of the Reveller. r I ,r ' Also, the Buffo Scenas " Whyttington and hys Cat" a r.egende of 1 , ye City of London, t \ , '» 1 And " Fayre Rosamonde ;" ' ' And (by dcsiie) ' Handel's magnificent Song, i "Oh! Ruddier than the Cherry." Tasmanian Temperanc3 Alliance ' ' Assembly Rooms. UBLIC MEETING on TUESDAY EVENING, commencing at half-past o'clock. i Vocal and Instrumental Music. HunERT Arnold 1715 ' ' General Secretary. / Public Pound, Ross. IMPOUNDED on the 5th of April 1858, by Mr. It. Crawford of Syndal, for P. T. Smith, Esq. One Chesnut Mare-Aged, a white spot back of eacli ear, a white spot on chest," white spots under the saddle, t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

SHIPPING .INTELLIGENCE. TOUT 01? HOBART TOWST. CIiEAltBD OUT. Apt U 7-Briton's Queen, schooner, 110 tons. Maning, for South Seas, on a whaling voyage. April 7-Prco Trader, baique, 20d tóii3, Thom,' | for Poit Albeit, in ballast. - ' ' Apiil 7-City of Hobart (s), 3G3 tons, Bent- ley, for Melbow no, with c u go j additional pas- senger, Lady Young and family, and 8 in tho I Bteciago. ' S III.ET). April 7-Tamar, schooner, for Sydney. April 7-City of Hobart (s) for Melbourne EtrOttTS. ' , City of Hobart for Melbourne-SWty-fivo cases gi eon fruit, Tondeur & Co ; 02 (do do, J Murdoch j 32 do do, 21 bags onions, C Hollins dale; 1O0 cises green fruit, 1 bigs good, J Pink; 490 ciscs gi eon fiuit, I Wiighb; 700 do do, 10 h igs onions, Cr & J Johnson j 10 boises, TSN Co°; 21 casos green fiuit, M'Muckan ; 221 do do, 9ibag3 onions, 20 do cairots H. Peake; 100 cises greet» fruit, Knight ; IGO do do. Allen ; 1 do do, Stevenson & Sons ; 1 caso boots, J. Liiinsdon ; 23 bags p...

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THE AIM OF REPRESENTATIVE REFORM. (From the Economist, January 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

THE AIM OF REPRESENTATIVE REFORM. (From the Economist, January 2.) It is far easier to criticise than to sug- gest proposals for a new reform measure. This is necessarily the case wherever, a9 in the ¡nstanse before us, reform is prompted rather by the foresight of statesmen than by pressure from the ranks of the people. Anomalies are seen, which are, in the end, sure to pro- voke attack, and at the same time it is not easy, if it is possible, to- remove them without assuming some definite principle-some natural standard-some measure of right-the deviation from which is to constitute an anomaly. In a time of political excitement, when Hie wrong or the anomaly has grown to snell a size that the people fret and chafe under it, such a standard is set up at once in the minimum that will satisfy the popular demand. You scarcely need to know what limit of principle your reform should have, because a limit ol' prnctice is visible within which it is not feasible to stop at all. In 1832 no o...

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SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY. [CRIMINAL SITTINGS.] (Before Sir Valentine Fleming, [?]., Chief Justice, and Juries of Twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

sUPIlliilli COU.tr.-WED^K i.) \Y. [CitnrfKAi, Sirri^as/J ((leime. Sir palentina Fleming, lint!. Ch'of Ju<tioe, ami J ariel of l'ivelvu.) '(he Cotiit lu-o^ene.! ¡it IO o'cloc'i, a.m Eduaid Chandler who had ypsterduy pluKlü'tii'itg'pliy tq au ¡pfoini itinn c'ur^iu^ Ipil \vith wiiiuí and corrupt p'rjury, tilt whose t. ¡il h il been pnstp nieil upó i the app'iu it:on of his CojiisbI, .Mr. Lau,, wai placed at t'ia bu-, and the ti hil was pi o cceded W'lh. ' Mr. George llarbroí, who had been called on the j'iiy wu challenge.! hy th,Q defendant, :|i|(( the oi|ille,.i>ji¡ allö,ved. Mr. J^ruvcr conducted the pmi'ee'iuioi. MY. Miicdr.yell und .Mr. Leej were coun- sel foi the defendant.' ^ The p ntiuiiliim Unirla, oa. a H,ivi.\.> bein already (V^ lupuneil in t'he '.'Mercury" it is qifly n^Josjary to aive ¡\ brief iiirrat VJ ol the tua!. ''Hie defendant ivis cb lrged with ¡living fals.ly sur Ji-ii un the 3rtl Much, before the Cjmmissioiier of Insolvent listuted, tint he (the de...

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THE INDIA BILL. (FROM THE SPECTATOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

iiwmiu ihn ¡a> .??.'? v ?' THE INDIA BILL. (FItOSr THE Sl'ECIATOIl) The Bill to be introduced by Minis- ters for the bettiT government of Her Majesty's posço signs jn India will no doubt effect a .very gieat alteration. The e¡trl¡est approach to any thing like' a positive description of it* provisions was given to the pul lie by the ¿>aily News in these terina : - « See a very valuable Paper by Mr. Ne«- I march On Iileotornl ¡statistic» in the "Journal of Í lib Statistical Society," foi Julie and September, ' i*'ej, . : . .. . . " Tho poiitical affairs of India are to bo transferred to the -direct manage- ment of a member of the cabinet, who, it is understood, shall bo a Peer, and in whom all patronage-with one excep- tion-i» to be vested. '.This member of the Cabinet is to be President of a Council to whom simply consultative functions are to be intrusted,' "they are, to have neither administrative nor executive powers. The members of Council are to be six in number ; and 'th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, VIA TWOFOLD BAY THE T.S.N. Co'a STEAMSHIP "IASMANI A" Will leave for SYDNEY via TWO- FOLD BAY, on THÜES. DAY, 8th April, at NOON. Citâmes Toby, Manager T. S. N. Co. April 1, ¡80S Franklin Wharf. 1G25 FOB ttggk SALE, The Biig PRAIRIE, 150 tom register, but will carry 230 with a draft of 9 feet 6 inches. THE dimensions arc-length 91 feet, beam ¿2 feet, and the depth of huid 9 feet. She h all hold, fore and aft, having the pas- senger nid seamen accommodation on deck. The Prunie has jiut been newly coppered, and fitted willi new masts, yaids, sails mid rigging, is well found in boats, anchors, eli lins, and patent windlass, and is particu- larly adapted for carrying cattle or general employment in the ¡uler-coloniul trade. For further paiticulara apply to K. Edwards, * """? v Wharf, Launceston. N.B.-The above vessel is now lying at the Launceston Wharf. March 13. Steam to Melbourne Weekly TÍips. IViE favourite, rapid, and powerful steamer QUEEN, J. B. Bl\cxuoukn, Comma...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 8 April 1858

DIED,   At Oatlands, on the 6th instant, MICHAEL FITZGERALD, Esq, of Elizabeth street. Ho-   bart Town, aged 50 years. Friends are   invited to attend the funeral, which takes place at 3 p. m. on Thursday next, from St.   Joseph's Church, Hobart Town. n 8    

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