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INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) La re HUGH McGUINNIS the elder. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Browne.) Ia re Huon MCGUI.NNIS lh_> eldsr. F'f.-t meeting. Mr. Criip handed ia to the Commissioner, a written co.iseut by the ei editors to accept payment in full within two years, and ina. « a formal application (hat the petition be 4i. mlssed. The petition was dismissed accordingly. In re JAMËS^VIXCENÏ Huaiiei. First meeting. Toe following d'bli virus proved : J. L. Cleary .(M3 1*A>. tor woric and labor done S(q . J, ..I. UM.o.i £14 li. Gd. fur goods »u.d and delivered. The first general meeting and fordUuhir^s was unpointed tor Wednesday 2S:b iu.taiii. , ' In re T. B. DALE. Adjourned first in.v tin.; and for discharge. '1'lie insolvent was no: in attendance, and the CoininU»i<Vior stated that arrangements, hsd boen maih! !>. diiinisi the petitiua, a ii it was dismissed accordingly. In re JAMES JOSEPH POLLARD. Adjourned meeting for discharge. The insolvent was not present and Mr. Crisp, who appeared for a cre...

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AERATED BREAD. (From the Spectator, December 19th) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

AERATED BREAD. (From the Spectator, Dece'tbcr 19th J The English arc a great people ; the 'nineteenth century is a great century. No question uf tha*-. The bitterest enemies of both or either are yearly com- pelled more fiankly to do homage to the achievements which mark thom out as different from all oJier races ana ail pre- vious centuries. In innumerable respects, too, theie is a sorb of partnership in this greatness-. 4. peaulpu- people and a pe- culiar time play, so to' say, jrçto e.ich other's hands, and contribute to make each other what they are. But all strength has its weakness, all greatness has jtii d>-awbai!"js, T'iprc arp things in which this iiotaulè and progressive" age has not shown itself progressive ; and some of tlicse inregiirdfo which England j .... . i lags behind most civilized nat:bns, possibly even behind some that tío r."t boast to be civilized, as much ai she outruns them in other respects. Exempli (¡talia, let us take what in this country is called " ...

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A FEARFUL SPECTACLE [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

A FEARFUL SPECTACLE AmiEDABAD.-I have just returned from the calm eye-witnessing of a fight which not many months ago would have sickened me to hear. I shall never see such another, nor you ever see auo i a one at all ; and «a ali scenes have their profit, I will fix it while the details are tresh. You know, generally, what I am going to describe. It is the result of more than a week's continuous ca;;rt martial, in which eighteen, ineu were [ sentenced to de^th. '4Vy suffered thia morning. 1 rojle down nt five, and day j | dawned as Ï cantered oloug. I k,now nothing so sad as that alow drawing ou of the suuriso wliick, is to be the sigual | tor ¡HI e^eoutiuu, Tnore were many groups ol' natives moving towards the parade-ground, which was four miles from the city, and every rmw and then a carriage with, the. lamp» still lit. Wuer; ^ reauhed, the ¿round the burles woie only sounding, and there was little to be seen but the gallows with, teu nooses, and the m^ejfable preov.'is seated \i...

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THE MERCURY THURSDAY, APRIL 15TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

THE MERCURY THÜKSDAY, Al'líIL löiir, 1858. \J TH« NOTICE issued by the 31ayor, aud sddreued to Licensed Victuallers, specially authorising Detective-Serjeants ? M'GiriBE, MOSLEY, and VIOKEKS " to enter into any Licensed House in * Hobart Town at any time of the day or night for the discovery and prevention of offences under the L'.cena'ng Act," r ¡¡MM created considerable alarm amongst j ' the unfortunate Licensed Victuallers. Sor are we surprised at it. These perse- cuted men are always being subjected to tomb petty annoyance, and being " ' needlessly reminded of the degraded position in which they have been placed -" wy an enlightened Colonial Parliament. ,, , It ii a portion of their ill-fated lot to be placed under the surveillance of men " ' ' utterly devoid of all feelings of cousid . vration ; of men who will exercise their power arbitrarily and unnecessarily rather than not exercise it at all. We ' , are not advertí og to tho three " Detec ':- ? ¿ive Serjeants " who have now...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

STEAM TO SYDNEY, v I A TlfOfOLD .A BAY THE T.S.N. C's S TE VM SHIP "TASMANIA" WiH le-»** for SYDN1SV m TWO FÖLP"' UAY, ,on or about SATUR. 4HY,24lh Apiil, it NOON ' , CiÍATtLtís TOUT, Mapagei T S N. Co Apjr li '8"8 t ' Franklin Wharf ¡ j , ! / 183G ' i STEAM TO MELBOURNE! THT 1 <i N Co '» Stonm Ship ' CITY OF HOBART" will leave for MEL- BOURNE on1 WEDNESDAY, the 21sfc iApnl",1858, at Jidon. 1 OH VULES TOBT, ' Mantçcr, T S N Go. AU caigo intended for shipment must i bo alongside the steamet, and bilk ofJ , I. ! I , J ,, < i ti Í ' lading sent in on the evening pievious tocstsi ting j 1 ' J! ' rranklin/Whmf, ' ??' ' -> Apn|r13a 1858. i J I 1S3,Í> PSAIRIE, 1{¡6 ton register but will c irry 230 willi a j , ¡ drufc uf 0 feet 0 inches rpHE dimension«! nie-length 9 J feet, 1 earn 1 - .2-füat, and the depth of hold-9 feet She Is all hold fore -md nft having the pas I scn?er(jnd se unen accommodation on deck The eranie li s j ist been newly coppered and fitted nil...

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THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE Directors of this useful but much neglected and unappreciated Institution seem resolved to urge upon the commu- nity the chains which it has upon the support of those who desire to see its laudable objects attained. These Insti- tutions have notoriously in each of the Colonies proved unable by their own legitimate aims to secure that amount of patronage necessary to their success. And not, perhaps, unnaturally so. It has all along been well known that Me- chanics' Institutes have not been ade- quately supported by those for whose benefit they were called into existence. If the subscription list were analysed it would be found that the largest propor- tion of subscribers were those who had joined for the advantage of reading the light literature contained in the Library ; many others subscribe for the purpose of spending an hour in the Lecture Room, viewing it as a place of fashionable resort ; some again subscribe because they deem it a duty to patroniz...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 15 April 1858

PINE TEAS! FINE TEAS!! THE Subscriber lins received from Loudon a Parcel of very PINE TEAS, consisting of SOUCHONG. SOUCHONG CONGOU. GUNPOWDER. IMPERIAL. PINE HYSON. YOUNG HYSON. The above TEAS were imported from Loudon expressly to order, are of very line quality, and ure highly recommended to private families. DANIEL GRAHAM. Exchange Warehouse, Collins-street, April 15,1838. 10 a PRIME NORTH WILTSHIRE CHEESE. Es "Laughing Water." rp HE undersigned has just received, ex > " Laughing Water," a small parcel of VERY FINE NORTH WILTSHIRE CHEESE. DANIEL GRAHAM. Exchange Warehouse, Collins-street, April 13, 1858. lo a LENTWARDINE. rnENDERS will be received by the under I signed until the Ut of May next, for lentlng of the ESTATE of LENTWAR- DINE, for tlie term of seven y Jars, from the twenty-third of June next. LENTWARDINE is situate in the County of Cumberland, and within fifteen miles of the township of Hamilton, at present in the uccuputian of T. C. H. Marzelti, Esq., containing T...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

SHIPPING INfELLIGENOE. PORT OF nOIUUT TOWN. ABBIVAM. April 15-Urama, soll., 101 tons, Dodd, from Molbommo Util iiiit., ballast. Mail 2 cases, I package and 1 letter from Swan Island Agent h. Phillips. April 15-Launceston of Sydney, barque, 327 tons, Sinclair, from Newcasilo, N.S.W. 2(ith ultimo, with coal-Agent F. A. Downing. April 1«-City of, Hobart (s) 363 ,tons, Bentley, from Melbourne I<tth instant, with cargo. Passengers-Mr and Mrs Dove, Miss Dove, Miss llnybors, Miss Fairchild, Mr Griffin, Mr Nicholas, Miss Jarrett, Captain Isdell, Mr and Mrs It. Creeth, Mrs Murphy and child, Mr Solomon, Mr V. Turnbull, Mr and Mrs Arm- strong, Mr Roberts, Captain Pryde, and 11 in «io steerage. Mail-1 bag. 2 parcels, 45 loose letters, and 3 newspapers. Agent, C. Toby. CLEAttED OUT. ( April IO.-Hargraves, schooner, 171 tons, Hctidcrson, for Newcastle, N. S. W. in ballast. T.NTEB1ÎD OUT. April 10.-Mary Ann, schooner, 190 tons. Graves, fur Port Albert. SAILED. April 15-Aclonnn, sell., f...

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LATEST FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

IATEST FltOil VICTORIA. The following is from the Herald of Wed- nesday. Import Mnrkets.-Thoro has boon very little doing to day in any depart nent of business, if »e except the transitions which have taken place at the dim i cut miction marts. An neuve speculation has been going forward in tho article' bran, which is now held tor prices varying from 2s C I to 2s 8d per bushel. In tho maiket for Ktistorn produce thei o hnsbeennslightly increased demand, and MnmitiuBcounter sugars especially have been in hetter vequest, at an advance of about £ 1 per ton.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

We have Sydney Journals vii! Melbourne to the lOih. Ths Empire of that d ite ¿«ys : Wc regret that we must record a complete «to'gnation in ali bl anches of trade s during the past month, we have not » single item of any tot j to remark upon. The dealers are acting with great caution and we only purchasing for their immediate wauls, while stocks of all Kinds of merchandise are rapidly increasing. Tlie financial position of the Government is Icploiable, and every day seems but to add nore intricacies to the embarrasment or our Treasurer. It is quite apparent that an entirely lew system is wanted, and yet we can only hear il a contemplated further issue of debentures, *hcn, at the prêtent moment, a large amount -em.im unissued for want of purchasers, and, -?eriidnly, from the tenor of advices »rom home, *e can hardly expect that our debentures. Jither terminable or interminable, will meet viib a sale in the Londonmaikct for romo time to come. Nothing has yet transpire«, witti regard t...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. Mercury Office, April 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

( :0M At 13 IiCI Ali INTE L LIGENC K. YESTERDAY'S M A.UKB V6. Mercury Olli ce, April lfith. to di v Wl cit is gcneially quoted at 7s 3 I to B.imple, but very littlo comos into market. Capo barley is but seldom asked for, with n downward tendency, at 6s 3d to 6s 9d. The demand _ for ( bay was not so brisk as recently, but previous quotations still rulo ; loose hay fetches £8 to ¿.'9, and eanntry pressed £7 ins to £8 10s, nc ..ording to quality j hydraulic pressed bay is not so firm at £0. Potatoes ai o quoted at a decline in some quarters, but the general quotations uro still £9 to £10. Onions are still fetching £18 to ¿20 per ton. Tho flour market continues very quiet. Flour fiom the best colonial wheat is selling at £ll> to £18 per ton, according to quantity. Ilran and sharps aro in good demand, the former at 2s 3d to 2s 6d per bushel, and the ¡latter at £10 to ¿¡12 per ton.

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

SYDNEY By the " City of Hobart" steamship we have received files of the Sydney papers to the lOih insf., being seven da) s later than former dales. On the 7th instant, in the Legislative Assembly, the Colonial Treasurer nude his financial statement to the House. The estimated delicir on the 31?t LXi^em Ler, 1857, amounted to £95,665 5¿. Cd. l'he estimated expéndame for ihrf )'ejr 1838 was £2,158,903 14»., and tho esti- mated revenue £2,240,226 5a. lid. The amount proposed to be raised by loans was-for railway extension, £732,000 ; to pay off debentures falling due, £65,000; and tho deficit of ¿(,'95,065 5s. (id. The only new tax proposed was an assessment on slock, which, it was calculated, would increase the rev- enue, by the sura of £114,000, The mode of raising these several sums ot money by loan was not stated by the Treasurer, although pressed to do so by several members on both sides of the House. At the present time there, is a balance of £781,723 Is. 5d. to be raised by loan...

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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 [?]lercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

ORIGINAL COÏÏRBSPONDKNCE. ¡Wb do not identify our opinions with those of our Correspondents, , To.itha Editor of the Hobart Town Daily .? ' . Meran//. i Sib,-In nil'nrticlo on the " Mechanics Insti- tute," in your issue of to-day, allusion is mndo to the Popular Evening Olas-sos now being fqrined there. The tenor of these remarks »haws that tho writer ¡s not fully aequiiiitccl with tho object tl|B Dh octors have in view, or the means liy which they proposa attaining that object. i Mechanics' Institutes haying, universally failed in accomplishing the purposes for which tiley were established, the Managers of such ln ltt|ti;tipi|s have, very generally, endeavourod to Incr^iS0 tl|oir utility by extending their aims, room particularly with tpgurU. to the improve- ment ol' yiuing men, of various occupations, who, from whatever causes, laboured under the disitavnntiigo of a deficient educatio'-. '"ibis very desirable end bus hitherto been HnnttuhjiiqU! here ; the means, at tho command of ...

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THE BRAHMIN. (From the Patriot.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

T H E Ü fl A H Al I N. (From the Patriot.) j The Brahmin is one of the niost j singular characters that can be imagined, I He ia a compound of pride and mean- ness, pf intolerance and latitudinari auisai, of lcarniyg and folly, of external purity and inward uncleamiess, of np. parent sanctity and private unlioljness. .' ! . - ; , . :,în I a teacher of morals and an adept in I lying and fraud, a professed devotee I and the impersnnificalion of selfishness. ] such arc the men to whom was largely com.nitted the military preserrn-1 tiwi of Bengal. The ¡mining, man- ners, omi customs nf this important caste, must now be of considerable inleresl. They boast of having sprung from the I heal or most honourable part of I Brahma's body, and were therefore the i first to comprehend and explain the sublime mysteries of his nature. They I alone tony read the Sacred Hooks, and j may commmniiicaic their contents only lo men of the next caste. They pretend to trace an unbroken descent for a long I ...

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LATES FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

LATES i1 FROM VIOfOlUA. f Bv Hie City of.Hobsit, which arrived yes teidny, we have one day's later news from vVictona. i To1 the gleat di-appointiueut ol our mcrclnnts and citucns g uerally, she brings no English mail. " 0 These continual delays in the arrival of the Bio tbly mails have at last arouss I tho Victorian Pailianieut to action. Tile following resolutions liad been curried in ilia Hnuso of Assembly, on the motion of Mr. Forlonge : " That, in the opinion of this House, the im. perfect manner iii t which the contract for thu c nvoyniiea of Her M ijcsty's mails bttween Aus- tralia n >d England has baon carried out by the .Australian 'nd 'European Steam Navigation Company has been such as to call for the most decided expression of dissatisfaction on the part of this House. "That, inasmuch as the conditions of tbe con- tract have been so p ilp bly violated in spirit and in fact, this House deems it expedient thuts'eps be taken suggesting to the Iu.peiinl Government the expe...

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THE CALORIC MOTOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

THE CALORIC MOTOR, By next February, four years will have I elapsed since tlii» caloric ship Erics3i.ii went to Washington (jHy, nfukinir qoveti bipiu mi hour, with a head wind. By ni my fie suc ces« of the n-w principie wai considered. | established, and was chronicled aoeordlugly ; but the expectations then entertained f ¡led to b<! realized, mid the caloric machinery whs replaced by the ordinary steam-engine. The fima which has since elapsed has lint been suffered to pass f. uijlessly away hy M'( Ericston ; for he has laboured indif itigably for tho porfectinn of his original design, and the development of a motor promMng im portant results to commerce and the arts The caloric engine has been reproduced in forms variously modified, and in al) eai.'s vvbh great himplicity nf construction ; whuV the labour which it performs is vastly dis proportioned rq the consumption of furl when compared, with, the remits of consump- tion in other engines. These rmn^rk* are suggested ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

MISOBLIi.VNEOlJá SHlPPÍJíCr. A brig was signalled last evening nt sundown. A Novpl Piirioirr.-Tho ship Asia win sail from San Francisco for Hong l\oqg pj\ .'unitary 11. Her pargo and passengers aro thus (¡escribed i-v The ship Ash will sail this after- noon for Hong Kong. Near fifty Chinamen will return in her to their own countiy. As a portion of bet freight she lias three hundred mid twenty-ono dead Chinamen,-San JPraftc+scq, paper, Tno Adeann, Roh" bound for Adelaide, put li lok into port yesterday morning. On Thurs- day, at 3-30 p.m., when off Fluted Cape, she vvaa struck hy a su'lden squall, which split her top- sail and earned away her loretopiuust, and obliged her to put back for repairs. The Monsiim united at Victoria from this port on the 13th ¡net., and «io Laurita sailed for Hobart Town on the »tuno day The Creole, (Yoin, tl\l^ part, arrived, at Sytbloy qn the 3rd iiu>t. Tl\o roa'd for Great Britain, per Victoria, was to close on the evening of the 15th, that vessol ha...

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To the editor of the Daily Mercury. JORDAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

To tho editor of the Ji.ti'j/ Menmrj. JORDAN ELKoriqtf, .tçu,-I qui nformod hy soiqo ti, it Mr H Band«! u resignation appciuel m tim Admitir lomo «coks ago, and bv obbers, tb it It, is not to appear until the new Wcctoial Boll is undo up Jifo v, Sir, as a public joui nahst, c in you toll nie wheMoMtlnsuniKirjl.uidifiDt whotlio its I Ling wVtblicld'tor »viiglcday after, the d' Sarttire of Mr f»>s toe, »H l'I'É I > "W C n^titijeiicy | r tile Jordan' « ^Q °"i »I ll>e I>l*t'»<¿ 0 it« ur . .«out diuliti'Btfl'H» witilntj of«1 B."deo bavmg loft I. s reflation behind.Ja*, .fliewmtitiwitfi ot Mr. Bisdee '«I« "o'1'''? aWeePt tb. t the hnuQitvit «| q t «17 If p. cod into I* Uta. »°«'» »«va ham re tiru < to them again bv hmi-olt m I»» I«-1»4 »»o' » »? °, ."" ' »It was allli no I by yo ir pap°> tl,'»tnU'" Brother of the late Member was m tho tlcKI as « QtpiqWo Now, bir, it Mich bo the c ue, o in in, man of light feolmg. I would ask jon come fir« ard as a I un...

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LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVED. Nil. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

LAUNCESTON SHIPPING. ' - -OOO [BY ELECTRIC TEIiEOKAPn.] AKMVED. Nil. April 15.-Black Swan (s) for Melbourne, April 16-.Castro, barque, for Sydney,

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

CALIFORNIA. The Sydney Empire acknowledges San Francisco papers to the 23rd Jan- uary, being 33 days later than previous advices received from tin captain of the American ship Alexander, from Puget Sound. The following is extracted by our contemporary : Tho Weekly Chronicle of January 16, refers to the intention on the part of a company at New York to stjrt a line ol' steamers between that poit and San Francisco, but no definite information has been received on the subject. The Sacramento ITnion reports that an ex'raordinary Bill had been intro- duced into Uta Assembly hy Judge Stakes, of San Joaquín. It is entitled " A Bul for an Act oncoming the rc ! capture of slaves escaping from the service of their owners and masters while travelling through or sojourning in the State," }io such law, so far as we recollect, lias ever bten enacted in a free State, and we do noj; see why such a law is needed in California, There js no occasion for the ovvnerg of glave< to travel throu...

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