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THE MERCURY SATURDAY, APRIL 17TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

THE MERCURY SATURDAY, APBIL 17ra, 1858. . Wí have heard with considerahle satis _faction that the Government purpose proceeding immediately with the various Public Works for the prosecution of which a very largo sum of money was r voted during the last ses-ion of the Parliament. The Executive has had .?-./the matter under its most earnest cen ,,~ sideration at several sittings of the ., Executive Council ; and it is stated that r ? the merits of several suggestions have - r been fully discussed, and that some of those suggestions have been approved of and adopted. We are not in a position to vouch for the accuracy of what we have heard ; but we have learned quite ?ufficientto convince us that the Ministry are earnest in their intention to prose >cute these Reproductive Works with vigor and at once. We adverted a few <L»ys ago to the great benefits which "would bo derived from undertaking these Public Works, more especially by our mechanics and Laborers during the winte...

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

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Wauwick Street.-The inhabitants o' that poition of Warwick Street, between Trinity Church and Campbell Street, aro mucl dissatisllcd thai nothing lins becu done by tin Jl unicipal Council towards repairing the part o the streut above referred to. From the Church to Argyle Street tho water has worn deep chun nels (some of them nearly a foot in depth) ii tho centre of tho road, beVnlcs laying bare some largo blocks of stone which project several inches abive tho surface of the ground. That part ol tho street from Argylo Street to Cn npbel Sticct is, (in consequence of there being n< proper water courses) in wet weather, a quig mire. The inhabitants havo twice memo, aliscd tho Municipal Council on the subject, and shortly before the late Aldermen went out of ofliee, «12 memorialists received a communie i «mi from them, admitting «io justice of thei complaint, and stating that they would strongh reeouiineud to their successors the propriety ot proceeding...

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THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

THE LICENSED VlCTUALTiEUS. To the Editor of the Daily Mercury, Sir,-Observing an advertisement appointing Constables 'M'Quirc, Morley, nud Vickers to enter the houses of Licensed Victuallers nt any boor by, night or by day, may I beg to onqiiin whether these n o the' only three who possess this cxtrnoi dinary pou er, or whether the same privilege is possessed by Inspectors, Snb-Inspoc tjrs, Serjeants, and Constables ? In plain words; who lins and who bus not the power of oitcrlng a licensed victualler's house by night or by day? 1 am interested in this matter. There aro several petty consta les who seem to ba licve that they also arc authorised to call a pub- lican from bis bed. Is it so ? Your» Kc. ONU OP THE TRADE. [The Act gives the power to those "SpEcrAixv AüTitonisuii" for tho purpose, hy a Magistrate. The Mayor announces that he has, in terms ol the Act, "specially authorised" McOuirp, Morley, i,nd Vicker», for this purpose ; and, wc arc clearly of opinion that none but those...

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

day of cale. Tuesday, 20T april .( j P.'BEMP.OBY SALT?, BY ORDER OF THE MANAGER OF ' THE COMMERCIAL BANK, 100 ACHES OF RICH LAND, WITH DWELLING HOUSES, BARNS, STABLES, Ac., Between, the Huon River and Port ' Cygnet. W. A. GUESDON A CO. Are favoured with instructions to sel l|by public suction, at their Marti I Collins-street, day as above, time, N 12 o'clock, nTHAT JUDICIOUSLY SELECTED J. PROPERTY, comprit ng 150 Acres, (known as Mr John Donnellnn Bal fe's), together with a substantial Weather boarded Dwelling house, Barn, Stable, and other out houses, erected thereon This property is situated on the main line of road to Cradock, within two miles of the Huon river on the one side, and about 2J miles from Port Cygnet on the other side , 19 «cres of the land are cleared, and under cultivation, and IO acres are laid down in English grasses, the whole of which is en closed with log and far i»h fences, and well Watered with a never tailing stream of pure water. "f hil property, from its ...

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

Register! Register! ! Register ! ! ; rilHE Argyle street District Registration _1_ Committee will hold a Meeting nt Air. Adamson a " I he Retreat" Corner of Argyle mid Colville-strects on MONDAY the 19th uistint at 7 p.m, when the inhabitants resident within that part of the extended Citv boundary, and who are desirous to have their names inserted in the Electoral Roll for the District of Hobart, are earnestly requeited to attend. The Committee furnish and fill in notices if application fiee of all chsrgc James Gray Chairman, a 11 1912 Edwin Adamson Secretary. To Lei FURNISHED APARTMENTS, Apply No. 156, Collins-street, with or with- out Stalling. 1913 a 17 £2 Reward. STOLEN OR STR\YED, FROM Anstey Barton, near Oatlands, n Strawberry Roan MARE, aged, about 14 hands high, white on off lund fetltck, with a yearling filly at foot, d rk bay or brown. Any poison finding the above, and deli- vering tue same to Mr. A,li Bisdce,Jericho, shall receive the above reward. 1914 a 17 Rewaid. STOLE...

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To the Editor of the Hobart, Town Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

Tq the Editor of tho Hobart, Town flf'ty Mercury. Bibras what appears in. Wr J«ur"a'.u,s generally read and noticed, may I request you to draw «io «ttuutloii ol'tlia City fc'»^0*''^ the small hvo-patli lending from the EqiliuiBilo lu front of tho Council Chamber to tim carnage way behind thp Old Market ? This ought to bo a path, or it ought not, and a» an. opoiung has been left between th« railing, »t1» ,0 "' prewinid that it is really intended tor tl«e use o' passengers. Assuming this to bo «to li et. 1 wouß suggest that the City Surveyor should be directed to binploy a couple ot men for as »any boa» to ramier the paili safely piscle, M]V^ computo » sonveirieuv short cot MvoiS that portion of tho wharf. In its present atato the path is dangerous on dark nights, anil in wet weather from its abrupt declivity, mid tho rnggod condition of the ground ! a small portion of time and labor would, however, render it b ifo and convenient. i . lour», , . .ii l'liDESTRIAX. I Hobart Town, ? !.. ...

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SUPREME COURT.—FRIDAY. [CRININL SITTING.] (Before His Honor Sir Valentine Fleming Knt., Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

bUPREMK COURT.-FRIDAY. [CimriNAIi SjTTîNQS.] (Before His Honor Sir Valentine Fleming . .. , Km., Chief Justice.) The Court sat at 2 p.m. for the purpose of passing sentence upon such of the prisoners convicted at the late Criminal Sessions, as were reminded for that purpose. The sentences were as fodow : Thomas Edward Francis, lu-eeuy, four years uen.il servitude. , ' Kicliard l'lmke, larce.iy, four years penal ser vitude. , ' : Moses-Bentley, faLe protenecä, three yeais imprisonment with lund i.ibor. " Ja i a? Wynne, faUu jjretonoes, four years penal servitude.' Edward C'hua liar, perjury, four years penal servitude. . ¡ On being asked by the Cler'c of the Court if he bad anything to sly why sentence should not be pa-sed upon him tor the crime of wh ot) he had b;en eonvloted, Iidnurd Unandljr read un address tq tho Court, in which he txpr-is-ed hi» great iiissatisUlction lit the lnanuer in wliu-h his defence had been conducted 'by Mr. Macdowell, and iñudo a violent attack upon a, g...

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POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, (Before W. Tarleton, Esq., P. M.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 17 April 1858

I' O L I C E OFFICE. FRIDAY, (Before AY. Tarleton, Esq., P. M.,) Righi Charge*.-Two females wera caih fined 10s tor drunkenness, and two brawlers lach 5s for disturbing tlie peace. , , Charge of Sin'tji/linj.-Frhnd v. Harms worth.-This was au ¡nfarimitiui nyiinit Cap. tain IJ «unsworth <>f tho Heather Bail charging1 bira with tiniiggling brandy, "? I, Hr. Dobson, Crown Solicitor,, »ho appeared ! for the prosecution, said that ho was atraid he ¡would be compelled to apply for an adjournment of thocn=e in tho absence of a material witnc*» who had not been Eerved with a summons; hu [was a lad belonging to the ship and bad in some lnystaious mauner disappeared. air. .Macdowell, who appeared for the defend | ant, replied that he lind ? o objection whatever to a po tponement of the casi', on the distinct understandiiif-, however, tint the informer would undertake to pay all the expenses of de- tention and demurrage. Captain Harmsworth was now rejdy ter sea, and prepared to m...

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

- ._ MARRIAGE. On the 15th April l85S?at the residence of .tb« Bride's Father, No 40 Macquarie Street, , Boban Town, by the Hcv. F. Miller, Mr. Thomas LtKE of Melbourne, to Euu A>s the only dnnghter of J. W. Woolley Esq of this ,CUt. DIED. ON Thursday morning, April 15th, of croup, HENRY FREDERICK WILLIAM LIPSCOMBE,   eldest son of Mr. H. Lipscombe, Murray   street, aged 4 years and 2 months.

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

STEAM WJfflÖLtoüRtffi. _^^ ia- w,u ) nvt, f()r m r" ¡-j PUL IWKmi WEDVËSD\Y, 1htils A(iil, 1853, it i oon CiiA.ni f* Tour, ntiuitK^.!*, F S N Oh All cargo mfci-nded foi slupmtut must bo Mongside the steamer, anti b Ha ot lading sent in an the evening pre\ îous to siifrhiig MankJm Wharf, April 11 180*5. 1885 STEAM TO SÏDNEY, ; Via twofold bai THE T.S,N4 Oo's STEAM ShIp "TASMANIA" I Witt leave for SYDNEY" vis TWO FOLD BAY, tin of iboufc SATUR- DAY, 21th April, it NOON. I Chabttb Tost, Managet T S N Co April lil, 18*3. I Franklin VVlmif XSÍQ FOR tftgëSib SALE, The Biig PBAIRÎE, 156 ton- register, but xvtll rrtrfy 230 with a draft of 9 feet ß inches | THE dimensions nrb-'length 9t feet, beam U2 feet, nnd the depth of hold 9 flet She (a All hold, fore nnd nf(| haVinf, the pai seliger «nd seamen accomiifodition on deck i i rje Prairie has just 1 cen newly coppered and fitted willi new mnsts, yarda, sails anti figging, is \\e11 fount! ill boat*, anchor«, crmifi«, and patent windlass, and i...

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To the Editor of the Daily Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

To the Editor of tin Da'ly Mercury. Nia,-Permit me through your columns to beg the as ¡stance of your valuable journal, ill order that the increasing nuisance of thrown g stones hy boys in this city may be ?rrsited, lu one of our leading th'iroiig'if ire« thi day, vi« , Liverpool-street, I saw two boys wintonly throwing stoius in tV mt of sane good fronted shops, and though I sought a policeman, alas, like most c ises ho was no where to tie found. I think some public example should be made of these boys,and it is to be hoped that to* Mayor may act as vigilant in this nut- ter as he has done in some other cases. I am, Sir, Vour obdt. servant, A. April 17, 1853.

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THE MARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

THE MARINE CABLE. The Victorian Government mean it. Peruse this . Public Works Office, Melbourne, 31st March, 1858. Tenders will be received until eleven o'clock on Friday, 16th April, for contracting a Lin of Telegraph between Geelong and Cap« Otway, via Winchelsea and Apollo Bay, with a branch from Winchelsea to Colac. Full particulars at this office. C. Gavak Düfft. It is very evident that the Victoiian Public Works Department has resolved that no delay shall be occasiontd by any -luggi-hness or procrastination on its art ; and that by the ti ne our Cable is ready the Station at C ipe Otway will be ready also. We are quits convinced that not one hour will bs wasted by the Contractors on this side of the Straits. By the time the Cable arri res from England the pruts and stations on Hunter's and King's Islands will be erected and every preparation made fir connecting it with the telegraphic wires. We are glad to find that a disposition seems to be evidenced to have the lid3 complet...

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GEORGE TOWN SHIPPING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

GEORGE TOWN SHIPPING (BY ÏIIOTIÎIO TELEOJlAPn.), AEnrvED. April 10-Titania, (s), coastwiie. April 17-Triton, brig from Newcastle. April 17._Circassian, schooner, from Hobart TPowii.

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GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

GARDEN AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RETAH. PB IC S3, ». d. ». Apples, per peck. 1 O ... 3 Beans, French, per quart. O 6 ... O Butter, fresh, per lb. 2 4... O Butter, potted, per lb. 1 6 ... 2 Bacon, dried, ditto . 1 0 ... 1 Bacon, green, ditto. 1 2 ... 0 Cabbage«, each . 0 6 ... 1 Carrots, per dozen bunches... 2 O ... 0 Celery, per stick . O 8 ... 1 Cheese, Colonial, per lb. 1 6 ... 1 Cheese, English, (best) ditto. 1 6 ... 1 Cucumbers, each. 1 Q ... 2 Ducks, couplejj. 6 6... 7 Eggs, per dozen . 2 2 ... 0 Fowls, per couple. 6 0... 7 Geese, each . 8 0 ... 10 Grape», per lb.,. Q 8 ... 1 Jam, per lb.,. 0 10... 1 Lard, common, per lb. 0 6. Lard, hogs', ditto. 15. Lemons, per dozen . 3 0 Oranges, per dozen (none) ... 0 0 . Onions, per hunch . 0 i\ . Potatoesjper^lb. 0 1 . Parsley, per bunch . 0 1., Parsnips,, per huni¡h . 0 0 ... 0 Pears, per dozen . 2 0 ... 3 Pine Apples each. 3 0 ... 5 Tomatas, per doz. 0 0... 1 Turkies, each . 10 0 ... 12 Turnips, per bunch. 0 3 ... 0 Vegetable Marrow, each. 0 0...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. George Town, Sunday, 5·30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE- I George Town, Sunday, 5 30 p m. The Royal Shepherd bas just passed througli '.the Heads. The Columbian with the Overland Mail had 'not arrived when the steamer left Port Phillip Heads on Saturday.

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HOBART TOWN PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

HOBART TOWN.PRICE CURRENT. ALE AND rOSTEB. Ale Bast's, per hhd ... 8 IO o to 8 IS o Allsopp'«, do.8 lo O to H Lo o Other Burton do .... 7 O o to o o o Byass'« per dozen,. 0 10 0 to o 10 6 Allsopp'« do. 0 IS 0 to o'lo 6 Second-clan brand», do 0 8 0 to o 9 o Porter, Taylor', per hhd 6 0 0 to 6 & o Trun-an's do. 6 0 0 to 5 lo o Barclay's da unsalable 4 10 0 lo o o o byas>'s qis per dut. 0 10 0 to o 10 6 Second-cUst brands, do 0 8 0 to o 'J o BISCUIT Colonial cabin, per cwt..l 6 o to 1 lo o fJavy do,.-. I 3 0 to 1 6 o English laucy,»jstd p lb... 0 1 Otoo 1 3 BOOTS AND SHOES Well ssiorttd seasonable invoices.gO to 25 p.c. »civ. o o o to o o O Do elastic sides.do. O o o to p o p Ladie«'booU do,do.O O O to o o o Girl«'and Childrea'«,do... o o otoo o o Men's araiertighis unsable o o v to o o o Do. lace-ups and bluchers (unsaleable).......,,.., o o Otoo O o »UILPIXQ MATEBIALS j Bricks ' colonial, per m 1 Io o to 1 15 q Fire,. a o 0 to o o o Slates, Duchess'per m ...l8 o o to. o O ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. .A brig, a schooner, and a sail in sight from .tlie eastward, were signalled at sundown. The flags of the shipping in harbour wcro on ^Saturday flying half-mast, us a mark of respect tto the memory of the late Captain Taylor, nu old colomst, and who for some years commanded « vessel belonging to this port. Wreck op a French WiiAi.sn,-Captain Joyce, of the schooner Cheetah, has brought to Sydney, the master and crew of the French whaler, Eliialeth, wrecked about six weeks ainccat the Chatham Inlands; she »as eighteen months out, and had taken teven hundred luircls-oil ; irilthehamls were saved, and brought {j Wellington.,»! a,i Anioricin whaler. Captain Joyce was detained six dals mi li is passage hence lo Wellington, saving rigging, rails, and Other gear belonging to the American whaler, ¿lexandei, »fancied on Cape Campbell. The oil «SS «o'*1 f°r jf 27*»0, and the vessel 1er .£370. The Clettah sighted \heO'sel/e on Friday night, 110 miles to the eastward of t...

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THE MERCURY MONDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

i HE MERC UM KPNDAY, APRIL 19th, 1858. If anything were wanting to establish the worth of our new Land Scheme-we might find it in the reputation it has acquired in the neighbouring Colonie.-. It is admitted that the advantages held out by it must prove highly seductive wherever they aro proclaimed ¡ nnd our contemporaries aro sounding alarm, and protesting that the Land Scheme of Tasmania will attract to these shore« largo numbers of small farmers, tuen who would be willing to select and purchase our laud upou credit, and who would settle down upon the same, and, by honest industry, oultiv ate jt for their own behoof. The passing of pur Land Bil)sf too, will bave the effect of liberalizing the embryo land measures of our neighbours ; for there can be no doubt bul that the Colony which holds out the strongest induce menls in thjs respect, will attract to itself the l.irgest proportion of that agri- cultural labor which is the marrow and sinews of every young community. Despite the in...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENGE. CITY ARTICLE. Mercury Office, Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENGE. I CITY ARTICLE. Mtrtwg Office, Saturday afternoon. TRIS liai bet« an exceedingly quiet week so far as bu.inesJ is concerned. Wheat was rather firmer at the commencement of thi «eck, but latterly it has shewn a downward tendency, and is generally quoted at 7s 3d to 7s 6d ; yesterday however, one or two lots realized 7s ÍM, being very superior samples. Colonial oats are looking np again with improved demand, and sell at 6a 6d to 7s per bushel. English barley is in tptit request, and good samples sell readily at . 6« to fin fid, but supplies come into* the market very apaiiugly. Cape barley meeta willi very little enquiry, and ti further decline has taken place, quotation« being now given at 6s 3d to Gs - 9d per bushel according to sample. The demand tor hay has not been so brink latterly as in the early part of the week ; loose hay moves off readily at previous prices, £8 to £0 per ton ; tra sed hay is quoted at a docline the demand eing rattier slack, country...

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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY. (Before W. Tarleton, Esq., P. M.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Daily Mercury — 19 April 1858

POLICE OFFICE. saturday:. (Before W. Tarleton, Esq., P. M.,) NUjht Charges.-Three drunkards, two mai a and une female, were each fined 10«, mid a woman named Margaret Campbell was fined 5« for di-turning the peicr. A Musical Amateur-George Mitchell, a whaler, was charged with being on the premises of Mr. Lempriere Davey.street, last night for some unlawful purpose, . The apprehending Constable stated, tlia he had sen the defendant loitering about the stree'», and about 9 o'clock he saw him standing near the winlow of Mr. Lorn prière'» house ; there waa a piano being played in the room, and the house was 1 ghted up. j Detective Morley informad his Worship, j that the defend mt hid arrived in port from I whaling about 3 we-'ks a^o ¡ he had no lay I to receive, and witness had frequent'y seen bim at all hoirs of the night talking to him self in the streets. / The defendant indignantly »corned any- thing wrong ; he liked to hear go >d music and was only listening to a tune or twa. Th...

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